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Delia Democrat-Times Sunday, May 30, '65 9 Boys'Baseball Opens Monday With COO Lads Ploying In Seven Leagues^ Schedules Listed For City Circuits 1. J.dqe Lltlf ichcngf, !»' tin'- Junior Boys Baseball, under ili-[ rccEiun of the Park Commission. will begin in Greenville Monday and fiOO boys in seven leagues - £ . -. - . _ - . . , , . will compete in diamond coniestJ.s^lS/biii^vt shipVY-'^ut'^ii^wS · · ' ' during June ami July. "' t -- L -- "--'"' '··'- 10 tL: -'~ ! ' Joe Ray burn, director of (lie ifwHaY. " J u l y 22. Ad?* leagues for the Park Commission, said the 30 teams w i l l have 20 players each. The number of leagues is the same as last your. The schedules for die 7 leagues TKriday, Jjty fl. Jvdgc li" 111, lla. cool. Ecr:o-g« wi SYpVv; . Ads'* L.'ife: Ihi-iidav. JU'Y 79. Jixige! ll"» vi 111- Nalie-al FacTisrgf vi Shia'ey.l COIION S I A T E S LEAGUE j TuM-toy. K-e 1. Gvle 9anV vi Gv| rpl. Joyrrei v» Boioryr Fekicy. Ju-i follows: PONY 1 Mon.oy, Ma* 31 . Tueuiu/. Jji,« 1, All cd day. A-e 3. Erov.n vi June 4. AU'ed v; Osah 7. Br 0 *n VT. Maow; Cl-.o Rolai vi Gvle 3orA. Gv1« Gr .el ^ Jay *-k vt J a y - 1 r d n y . J.-e! teei. Tu-urfav. Ju-us 8. G c e e i . Gv Crewel vs Po.mv; fcrary * ) Javtf", Gv'c Gmvel vi Gv'o Bsni; Twsdfiv. June U. Jaye-i \i Gvle Gtttffl. Gvle Bnnfc vi Pcrnry; Friday. -L'ne 13, Rcia-f vi Gvl* G-n*e!. Jay ten vi Gvl* Birl. : Tucjday. A-e ;?. Gv'e G'Qvcl v* Gvle Bank Jrwre% v% Porary Rr-ricy. Country Club Swim Pool Opans Here The swimming po-ol at Greenville Golf and Country Club opened Saturday and attracted a crowd of swimmers. Pro Golfer Tom J. Lundy said the pco! will be open today also. ...a.,. .;,_!.:;...·.· J.J TENNIS INSTRUCTOR: Sam- ray Carroll, 18, senior, member of the Greenville Hornets r.te; ILunda/, July 3, Fi.d-jy. Wv 9, SViccc v Julv 12, rV.t^ea vi W:r 13. O-saHf v* »lia;»lc,; I vi Allied: /.lends/, Osaic: Kei'Joy. Jj! lev. FK-nday. July /? A l i r - f vi AMERICAN LEAGUE WiiKiu/, /. V .«IY 31 . lo is vi VF-W vi Sptrd Cccv Thuudaf, St»ed COPS, vi L i o - i . K i * c n t · Memfov. Ju.-c /. I c - » vi OV/. vi Soted Coal: lI.und^Y. J^int \ J-JIKI 1-1. Vf,V vi K . w a n i . l - o - : i M Si COP*. lhi:itH:iY. Jur.e 17. Speed Cue; -. _. p C1L K.WO-I-I. V F W vi Lioni: Mcndir, Ji-r.e S l ' . T j ^"i"", " , , ' Lioni vi K.wnni,. VFW v, fc^cd Casi: IM^*.. ^^ Jl i' v Ihyndny. Ju-.c 2J. Sn«d Co, i vi lie-,.,' '· «"·*". « P«* Kiwnn, ^ V F W : Manday. A-e 3 L c - J ^ ' " ^" rri ^?: through June 18. Carroll was on the Hornets net team three seasons. Registration is at Carrie Stern courts. (Staff Photo by Noel Workman) t VFW Kivscnt vi $;«r! Cop: July 1 . Speed Com vi Vi\V, licm; Monday. July 6. V f W v lioni vi SnceJ Coov: llnindj' Srjoe:! Cor;% vi Kiwa-ii Vi W WKid«y. July 12, llw F l k v Wrn ?, Pcl-o ViH. rn : IL.TH :!^, vi D v:d- Con* vi LIO-.S Ju'y 19. Licm Ccpi: Thjrsd. by. Ji , VfW, Xi Jjly 22. Sp, Ihuridoy. Ju'y 2^, SseeJ Copi vs fj*sn. VfW vi L.cns SOUIHE5N LEAGUE Ltf-, Cc-^m. ii^r.l 'vi All -r.t. IF _n-Ja JU-B a, A5 ri vi Co:a-CVa. Cvlp Ihi. Corr.n. Bark f.'.ortdoY. J-ti- 7. Co'n-fo Ihu-wiy, Juiva 1 6. A-k-ni vi Cniun Pn- Gvle Lb: vi Csfo.ro'n- MomJn/. hirn I Co.i-n Bcinls. vi Gvh Ihr,. Cara-Co-: v s ' Afcint- rruridoy. J.-r.« 17. A'k : ni vs Gvie I Ibf., Ccn-n. Banlc vs Oxi-Colr,: Mcndny. , JU.TS ?1, Ccro-Coln vi Gvle Lh- , Cc-wn.l Mcrwiay, Jure ?S. Ccta CVn vi Ccur-n. En-V, Gvle Ibr. v\ Allini: Tl.uisdav. July 1, Ailt.ni v% Conwn. BnnV. Gvle Ibr. vi Cfxn-Co!o, Mcr.div. July 5. Cc-.mt. Bnr.k vs Cvl« Ihr Cwn-Con vi Mkins: IFtuii- doy. July 8. A-Hit vs G*le Lb-. Cor--n. · BnrJr v j Cc^n-Ccln: ManHav. Julv 1?. Coco Co!i v» Gvle Lbi.. Cc-rjn. Bn-V v» Aifeiri: Tjhunrfay, July 15. AiV/n vi Coxn- · Ccla, Gvle Ibr. vi Ccr.m, Ba-V: Monday. Wy 19, Cora-Colo vi Cc-r..-. BnnV, Gvlr . lb/. Vi Ailti-ii; IhjTiday. JJy 22. Airini ' vi CO--TWTI. Bank, Gvle Lbr. vi Ccco Ccb. . Monde Vj July 26. CCTJII. Ba-t vi Gv'e - Ibr.. Coca-Cola vt AiViiti; Ihunc'ay, Ju'v 79, All'ni v» G'le Ibi., Ccn-m, Ba-k wi Coca-Cckj. DIXIE LTAGUI W.cndoy. Mav 3 1 . Slvp'ey Da-Nuit vi 111 National, E«Ka-.ge vs J.-riqe Liillc: Ihu'idny, Juni 3, JixJqe LMlIc vi SJvple/, 111 ripllwial vi E«cKn^af, Mtvxiny. Jufia 7, Sh^'ev v* E«Konqe, Isl Nnlianal vi - Judgs Liii'e; TSuiidny, Ju-s 10. Judge Lii:1» vi EjcKo"3e. 1st NtT'crvil Nalicnol, Shipley \ » Judge Linli day, June 17, J-,idce liMle vi Ul f r f h z r x j e v\ Sh"p!ey; Monday. Ju.ie 21, . Sh'plev vi Isi KilJo-ol. E«ln Judqs LiMlf: Ttaridnv, Ju-e ?·: Liirie vi Shipley, 111 Uailcr.al v j E 58, Sh ; c" Fi d-iy J»'v f Drl-i F K vi Pn.ic- Moidnv A Iv 12. Pnvioni i - " " ; " -i '.'.ends«i. Elli vi Dclin Video.- Fr^-i/, l^- "a l -' l - lv I A - D"" 1 " 1 V'^^ 0 v ^ fo»ls-. McnHsu, , I "-!'!'' 1 F -^ : li-cHav. Jj'/ ?0. rnx'cn v s Elf i. K.*TM-,t V F - V Meild = r * U1 odro Vl " pp: f'^ov. Jvly 23. ^'^P-^""^ 3 "^."-;;, ,. ^'.,,i 'en vs De^-n ViH-c: F.i^ciy. Ju'v ·3 v» W.endc.i. E l t i vs r c «* lEXAS IFAGUE ei-ii/ J^io 1, Gvle M : «! t v: rJord O I vi lubtnini; fr Jav -;,'-i vs Gvle .Mill. Civl I an vi O.l: r.;«da/. JurM! 8. Gvlp Mill ^rjijj Plaque For Leader "I Klmble's Service To Boys Baseball Sy Is Praised Here O I, f f n r d Tube-'-i O.I. . , Gvl* Mill: H Oil ws Ci - FiErJoy. J.j S:,-udard Oil -n 71, Gvle M:ll v^ C ' v l vi Kbe^ini; rr.H-,v. i vi G^;- fA.II, Civlfcr- v esa'Dy. Jo-e 27, Gvr . .rhv. 0 -H,iid O-l, C-vi- idcv. J u; -^ 15. , GJ- M tl v s IS Tu'vitlni V I Gvlr Mill; Ti«i- vi Cvilm, Ov'p Mitl vi Tufcpiliiv: Julv 9, Tubcrr'nl vi CivitaT. S Oil vi G/le Mill; Tufi-bv. J»lv f Mill v^ Clvilfin S.flnrftiiH Oil v -t ni : Ft'iiny, July 1A. Tuhcni-i %i rrl.ni v» Ela-ida'd Gil. CJVlnn wi Gvl, M-'l: iLF^day. July 77. S'andn.d Oil \i Clviian. Gtv'o Mill vi Tuberlini; Friday. Jul/ SO. Tuberlini vi Civllon S'ar^aid O:l t C-le Wi'.l. Two Big Boat Races Planned For Summer lit Holirwial Ihuisrfav. Skate For Health Skate For Fun Skate-0-Rama snrs and mnnagers of Greenville boys baseball loams were honnrcc! at a dinner al Ihi Downtowner Motor Inn Friday night and it was announced i Raymond Kimble Jr., Commis winner of the boys leagues here vill receive H Mississippi Rccre ilion Association award for meritorious service lo the youtl Greenville. Chairman Ray Smith of (he Park Commission presided ovc sembly and emphasized the Ihe meeting, welcomed the as porlancc of llie sfwnsor.s and managers in the success of boy junior baseball. Ward Praises Kimhle E. M. Ward, supervisor of re- 73. Tub- creation for the Park Commission, made Ihe announcement of the award to Kimble, who is in St. Louis attending the graduation nf iiis daughter from college. Ward said Kimble bad been identified with Little Boys Eascbat! in Greenville since 1351. For three , Ju-e 75, 0-tin-Iard Mill vs S' OUTSTANDING ATHLETES 01 : LLUVliLAN'D CATS AND KITTENS -- Kay Wnlkt-r mid T. George Kelly, sccoiul ;nu! llnrd from left, were nanuxl Outslnnding Girl Athlete and Bey Allilele of Cleveland High School nt AwanK Cluipel al (he school. Pictured with (fie trophies, won ilurtng the past year by (cants and presented lo (lie school, are oulstancltng stii:!?nli in cadi sport: from left, Linda Hamblcd, chc-tr- leader; K. Walker ;nul Kelly; Ricky Walker, foolball; Eddie I.ynns, baseball; Pcmble Davis, trnck, Janice Poui»ds, basketball; and Julianne (nbson, track. Ilie late Billy Jordan was named OntstandinE" Haskotball player and a trophy was presented to Em parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. M, Jordan. (Photn by Duff Stephens) Effective Monday tare's Y.MI.A, r r LI i i swim Pool Chan For 5 Negro Boys Leagues The schedule for the Y.M.C.A. nfi pool, effective Mtm- nnnounced by W. C. l r er- ell. general secretary, as fol- o\vs. GIRLS -- (9-18 yr.) -- Mini- mim aye figured as of Sept. ], 5. Minnow (Beginner) -- fl:3fl a.m. -- Monday, Wednesday l : riclay, Flying Fish) Intermediate -10:30 a.m., Monday. Wednesday. Friday. Shark) Life Saving -- 3:30 a.m. -Tuesday Thursday. BOYS (9-18 yrs.) Minimum ago figured as of Sept. 1, 13G5. I f l l M Cor M VF W: Schedules for five circuits Negro boys' baseball and in Babcj 1 " Ruth League baseball lo he play- wu'er direction cl tlic Park Commission wi:h A. B. Peyton and C. H. Jordan as supervisors^,.!^; were announced Saturday. The season opens Wednesday. - l y 6. So:'fd F? .-J:-. v v VFsV Sacred J./V 1 5 . . Cc-Ho The leagues, (turns and ulcs follows: sched- l«f. Vr\V i^y, JJf ?0. ¥.e.. Cc-,i-.. MCTII. VF','/ vi Gulden irfrv. July 17. VF-W i,t Cet Ccnd-'i vi SauH h-'cnn riav Ji V / / . Ft:. Comn. Con:io~: i : ' . i c f M e n ' ! V I V i \ V T h v ^ o / . J-Jy J9. S-ric.l Id Flee. Con-j.. l-cc. Cc-^c-. v» VF\V lOUrilERN LEAGUE V/rdn-i-iny. Hfnii: Fc-crn Fr H,iy. Ju-p - Hrorr vi ru-eml Worf-n-lny. Ji D^Pftorir S c c - c H fn-inv. J t - p I V;ESY .i fi-rpin V / f r f - r H n v . - r i Fu-nnl D f c f c r s FUMY J-.n- IMTE^NAIIONAl lEAGUt [Mowtft Bryon PorV) \V^nrsrJ:.v, Ju.-e ?. Pcde BW 3 . v j \V-js- 11 T c / / r 0 : Luckv vs GEeenvilla libber Sntred F-:dny. Jo~.e ·(. Greenville Itri^xr vi D - i r f i O ' i vi V/FSY Rod'! RK-3 : Vc»n To*inq vi Li::Vv A. V.FSf % * VF^Vi S a r w d : \Vcd-ciday. Jw* '. Cede Ring, vj il D.ip-'cn U'.ky.- V.'Oisaii Jo« r 3 vi OreeivilU Lu-i lu-p 9 VI V/ vi FL.-.e:al|be' vi V/fSr J ErtjV-v. Ju-e II. W«i*ioo lo*inti v: rrd Henii vi VO'.Vr Rsrf.i BIJii : Gfet"-iMe l,'- her vi U-cLy lo-i \Vcd-c\dny, J-i,c 16. Ecda B'dfl. v ., VF\V \ v V/ESY; Tvti^aty, Jung 12. Gieenv Hi Mill vi ·VKij f j f « Oil vi G/aiu-n Co. Ihu-^^cy, Jun» ?^, G/OI-.TI Co, vi lei-.v-.lle Mstlj ArLmi v» Pwe Oil Tueidoy, J.r» ?9, G - « e n v i ' r Mill M wo O;-: A-l-.-i vi GyCiu-n Cn. Ihj.'v-iny Ji-!y L AlV-ii vi Gr««nvjl1| iiill: GYpi^m Co, vi Tur« Oil K-eidoy. J^-ly 6, Gie*iwi|l* UM vi iyniun Co : fur» Oil v Altini rh'-fidTY. July 6, F*ui* Oil \l G-een- - ,.ll^ t.y.\ : G»ns-.-\ Co. vi A-V, ; -i Tueid7-v. Jul/ 13, Gre«nvill« Mill vi .1 Al'.ini: Tui* O-l vi Gypv-.-n Co Ih^finnv, M/ 15, Gypiu.-n Co. v ;een»i IP f.W : Ai'n'n vi Fi.-re O.l ri,Mdny. JJy ?0, GreenvilU W.I » jfi O-l; A"V"ni \i Gyriuii Co. ThsrirfriY, Ju'v /?. A'V. ~\ M Gicen ilic M.M: Gvrvjn Ca. \ i Pu-» Oil TueHay. July ?7. G-e-nvi,!« y.'.ill v /niu-t Co r Puie Gil vi Aifc ni llgii-!ov. Ju'v 79, Pure O l vi Green :i'a Will; Gypitrt Co. \ * Atkinj J oe Knniath, the Alabama U. great, who received a fabu-' lous sum to sign with the pros afler winding up his career on 10 grid at Tuscaloosa, is the nost talked of grktder in Ihe ountry. All kinds of stories have ome out about his knee injury. rt*o young Grccnvillians, Richard Schwartz, arid Jay Stein cornered 'our correspondent a few days ago bent on talking sports. Schwartz and Stein said they earned with regret that Namaih's tnee injury isn't responding (o refitment and the Alabama U. raincr is much concerned. What abou t his pi o ami ract ? That's vliflt Stein and Schwnrlz wanleri o know. H seems to your correspondent that [he pros must dish out the sum called for in the contract. After all the treatment may bring the knee injury around and the Pennsylvanian \vill be o.k. a f t e r all. At least that's the icpe of everyone. They would ikt. 1 lo see that guy in action again. Summer Carnival boat races lere in July are expected to at- trnct 100 boats and the Conservation League is also planning regata on Lake Lee probably next week Malcolm T.owc, prcsidenl of the Greenville Boat Racing Club, sairl at noon Saturday the Lake Lee races had not been set as yet. Lowe and Carlton (Shot) Johnston have driven boats at McComb and Sicily Island, La., during the past two weeks. There will be no regatta in the Deep South this week-end. years he managed a Coca Cola leam thai lost only one game and (lien became Commissioner in which post he has served for several years. Ward praised the hoys baseball here. He said unselfish service of those who aid youngsters )!ay. The Wafcri Sur« To Please The Grad From BUSCHS ELGIN ShocV-fieifit--Sweep Second, Gentt ,95 50c DOWN cholce 50c WEEKLY Superbly ttvied jfmepiicei designed for long, dependable leryice. Wilh-£rp, 19: must be taught to learn from others". ciownarBinfacf. COMPARE VALUES nutfr/itt't latisr ton* tttrur 413 WASHINGTON AVE- · Pepper Plants · Cabbage Plants · Eggpants · New Flower · Field Corn Peas Garden Seeds · Onion Plants · Sweet Potato · Tomato Plants Plants -ARRIVING DA1LY- Wetherbee Hardware Co. 'If We Don't Ha?« It Yew Don't Need It" 13 S. Walnut Pbone ED 2-W77 GrecnriBe, Mis. "We said. Smith presented Paik Commissioners Dr. N. A. Bologna and Jim Loyd and said H. 0. Felts was unable to attend because of being out of (he city. He also presented Joe Rayburn as director of boys baseball. Sam Neyman as the principal speaker said this was the I G t h season of boys' lillle league baseball starting Monday. He said the leagues started in 1350 with Tom Jones of the Park Commission and the Rev. Garland Ilolloman as the entire adult staff. There verc four teams in Ihe first lea with less than 50 boys. Thi las grown to 16 leagues with CC idult leaders. The expenditure for participa ion and equipment has increased Neyman said, from $1,000 lo $10,000. "The Little League program i an ideal one in which values ar aught and character developed' ic said. Attending Ihe dinner included he following: Joe Wasson, Johnny Long Jr., Mike Leach, W. C. Williams, Dou] Gardner, Jim Loyd, Ed Shaw blosky, Jack Huntley, Dean Loyd Dr. N. A. Bologna, Dennie Cris well, James Smith, Burlen White Bud Williams, Jesse Harris, Jin Mears, Lester Powell, Lee New man, Frank Smith, C. L. Morton Eddie McGaugh, Troy Creely, Tm Hobart, E. M. Ward, Sa Neyman, Ray Smilh, James Ha rington and Charles Kerg. nesday Friday. Shark (high-Intermediate) Life Saving -- 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Thursday. WOMEN: -- 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Thursday. MOTHERS DAUGHTERS: (6-7-8 yrs.) 7:00 p.m. Monday. FATHERS SONS: (6-7-8 yrs.) 7:00 p.m. Friday. MEN: -- (ll:45-l:30 Monday thru Friday ( 5:00-G:30). Contact YMCA for information ·out membership rales. hiSox Win 2-0 )ver Lowly Yanks Sho V/hcleinl Maa's Wed-.tsdny, JU.Y ? ' , vrv/ vi r,-;io:i: Sane^ H»in vs V/FSY rrirfoy. l«:lv ?3. 5wed Heart \ VFSY vi FoTfrrol Oircc-Qii WrrfrcHiY, July 28. VFW vi :ncol Dire:rcii vi Sa:red HpciF BABE RUTH LEAGUE Tueidsv JL.HO 1. Be:. Co:v-;. VFW; Snc-ed Hec-1 vi Coodon IKuita.iy, June 3, CcrJon vt Re ,ilee: VrV^ vj Scrred Heaif li^sdav. June 0. Rcc. CcT^ri citd Heuilr V f W vs Condwi ir-vdJay. Ju-.e 10, VFW vt Kt ir-eer Conda-i vi Sc^rfd H-nr Ii-ei-'a/ Juris IS -Tef- Co-nrr. --d=n Iteecrd Henir vs VFV/ Thun-Jay Junff 17, Sa:rcd H ·7 Ccrr-T-illeP; Crr-dofi V! VFW TueiHny, Juiv- ??, Cer. CCT^TJ VFT.V- Snaod Henri v i CorxJcn Ih-JiiHay, Ju.-p 2J, CondcT -rmilffo: VFV/ vj Sacred Heorl FcPtrlny. JLRff 79, RfC. CCTWT- crod Hrnr: VFVJ v j Condm Sunday. Jtlv I. VHV vi Re riillf f: Ccrd'Si vi Sa;ciJ Ht ail J. She Del- Redo July 16, T o Lwfctr Pod? Plffq. v» Lucky? Wci«i Towi-g vi Gi*cnvill* lu.n- hft ,j j F/ dry, JuV ?3. Wasisn Towlnq vi ,RoH« RMn: Gremv'llo Lur-ber vi li_cVy i.' Werfneidnv. J-Hf 23. Rode Bld-j. vi sGircnvil'c lun bei vi Wtmci Tcvirg rl' rr.n'ny. July G3 Lu:l y vi Pctfe 8'd^.: Giaenvillt Lunbtr v j Wtmo-i Towir.g ,. DELTA LEAGUE (Diltrn* Part) Icy, Jure S, G:irw:ilc fAJI vi P^.o Oil vi Gvoivm Co. -Jcy. Juni 3. Gypi-.m Co. vl Giee.i^ille Mil?; A.V.n vi Pui« Oil re v e t rieiday, JLNII S, G-eenvill« Mill Vi .Puro Oilr Alk m w Gypium Cc- R e c J lliundoy, J--r* 10, A:'..m» vi Grtcn- villa V.,11- GVPV-^I Co. vi FYre O-l ·*e M Tueiday, Jure i s . G-cenvil f.\ II vi iGyPium Co.; Pure Oil vi Art.ni Com- 1 Thundnv, Jut** 17. Pjrp O.I vi G r e e n villa Mill: Gynti^ Co. v\ A'VlM V. J^'y 1. J. .; Oe'.la V/r-c '*| T^eH-iy. JuJy 6. \V "'· |13 Whoteinle; f.\nt,'i *, "*|formii Celfa V/hoVi'nls vi J Shan^n .. I Tuciday. J:.-ly 13, Walker farrrj vi J SKnrr.con; Alae'j v» Del'n Whclenle Thvrsday. J_r»- 15, Delin \Vho'«(i?B v Walter Fni-nn J Shar-owi vi MOB'I _ Ihuitd^y. Jul/ 20. Wnlkar 7arm« v TJ-.urid^n/, Jj(y "??. J. S'-3-nc O n vt Wnl k«r raimi, Delia \Vhclpin:« vt W-ie'i R-ri-Ja/. July ?7, Wa'Vej Fnf.-ni vi D«l ThoiWay, July IV. Mcc'i v» Wolk« Farmir Delia V/hcleial* vi J. Shnrwan SUNDAY MORNING TOAST A\0 COFFEE: Coaches Fr«l Porklns dm! Charlie Hull of tlicl Hornets will measure cntion llu-sl summer . . . An Ole Miss stand-j out says Evan A. I.owis, sporls j director of a Columbus radio j slalion, Ls the new foolball play- by-play announcer for Univcrsily of Mississippi . . . Coach Dom Bevalaque of Si. Joseph will work on liis master's degree a( Ole Miss this summer and Conch Chick ScheirJerman, also of the rish, will spend [he summer in New Jersey . . . Morris Morgan, pro golfer at Greenwood Golf ind Ccunlry Club, informs that he is arranging a round-robin o! young golfers for drcenwood, Greenville, Clarksdalc and Yazoo City . What's New At The Leader - Suggestion for Dad . . . -LOOK WHAT'S NEW AT THE LEADER · By United Press Inlernaiional j It was supposed to he the he- nning of operation get well r the New York Yankees but icy're sicker than ever. Wracked by injuries and: ghting lo get into (he Aiiicri-.i in League pennant race, the ankces looked forward to the, .art of a Ihree-game series' ·ilh the Chicago While Sox to c-establish themselves as con- cntlers. Rut Iheir hopes for an imme- iale leap into the thick of Ibe ,L race were demolished Fri- ay night when the While So.x cored a 2-0 victory over them, eeping the Sox a half game in rent in the AL race and shov- | ng the defending AL cham- Dions nine games off Ihe pace. Joel Horlen, a quick - talking Vilcher with fast ball and curve', o match, held the Yankees to bits lo score his fifth vic- ory against Ihree losses. froirf.q jjiectjori Dress Light! Dress Right! Palm Springs* tailored by Si- I * * Phone 5-3545 638 Wash. Ave. WICK. FAS/TO REPAY I PUT FLECTO f Banish bill bother,,. the easy way Bills piling up? Cross them out with a Bill Paying Loan from us. 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