The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 15, 1960 · Page 8
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Delia Demoertt-Tlmw 8 Friday, July 15, '60 Braves Blank Pirates 4-0 And Cut League Lead On Ed Mathews'Slugging Kaddix Jinx Ended id's Homer, Triple And Double Score 3 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ed Mathews was in a slump so bad he was even talking about it. Milwaukee's slugging third bsse- man hadn't hit a home run in 19 Mathews each had three of thi dix and recover Fred Green who were tagged for his extra-base hits at Pittsburgh. Billy Bruton, Del Crandall and games, and his batting average was down to .266 with just two hits in 27 trips. The second-place Braves were stumbling along the same v*jy, losing II of their last 19 games. What's worse, they had managed to beat first-place Pittsburgh just three times in 13 tries. And they were 0-i against little lefty Harvey Haddix of the Pirates. They buried the slumps and the Haddix jinx but good Thursday night, winning 4-0 at Pittsburgh as Mathews walloped a home run a triple and a double while driving in three runs behind the'gve- hit pitching cf Bob Buhl and Lew Burctelle's neat, ninth-inning re- life. Bud Loss Make-Up Game The loss, coming in a make-up game while the rest of the major league clubs were resting after the All-Star games, trimmed the Pirates' lead to four games again. It was during the All-Star games, which don't count in regular season statistics, that Mathews mentioned the slump he was trying to shake--and showed signs of shaking it by belting a two-run homer in Wednesday's G-0 victory over the American League at New York's Yankee Stadium. Oddly, the left-handed hitting Mathews broke the slump agains three left-handed pitchers. It wn Yankee V'hitey Ford who gave u] his All-Star jolt, and it was Had Braves' 15 hits against the Pi rates, and a dozen off 'em wen off Haddix, now 6-5. Bruton's leadoff single a n d Mathews' double gave the Brave a 1-0 lead in the first inning Then, with Bruton on base again fathews walloped his 17th home run in the fifth inning. It was the eve nth ever to clear the roof o IB double-deck right field stand t Forbes Field, arK* the sccom lathews has sent over that bar The Braves got their final run n the ninth, when Mathews tri led and scored on Joe Adcock'i queeze bunt. Buhl (9-3) won his fourth in i row on the fourth try. He gavi p singles by Dick Groat, Bo! kinner and Bill Mazeroski in the irst three innings, but then no-hi he Bucs until the ninth, whe Skinner and Dick Stuart singler or what looked like another of th Crates' last-inning rallies. Burdettfi Chetks Pirates But Burdette then came on and shut 'em up, retiring Roberto Cle- mentc, Smoky Burgess and Don Hoak in order for the Pirates' third defeat in the last five games and their ninth in the last 17. While the Braves move on to Philadelphia and Cincinnati pulls into Pittsburgh tonight, the rest of the NL gets back to business after the All-Star picnic with For Fishing Boating Trips Take Along Some Of Our TO VISIT GREENVILLE? Mike Renter (front) and Bob Steiger pause in Cincinnati, 0., on their way from headwaters of the Ohio river to New Orleans, La. The Aliegany, N. Y., canoeists started June 13 in Potter county, Pa. It was 323 miles to Pittsburgh. From there (o Cairo, 111., is another 931, and another 964 down the Mississippi to New Orleans. The lads have not announced if they will paddle off their course and visit Greeenville, on Lake Ferguson, an arm of the Mississippi. third-place Los Angeles at San Francisco and Chicago's Cubs at St. Louis. The Dodgers, hottest club in the NL at the moment, go with Don Drysdale (6-10) against the Giants' Sam Jones (11-8). The world champions have won six of their last seven and have lost just three of the last 14. The Giants, tied with St. Louis for fourth place, have dropped five of their last Jackson's Swim Team Wins Meet HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) -Jackson won the championshi title yesterday in the Magnoli State Swimming and Diving mee here. The c i t y ' s representative amassed a total of 789Vi point easily outnumbering the runne up opponent, Columbus, who ha 549. Phone Us, We Will Have It R«ady When You Call- 3 Pieces 4 Pieces 9 Pieces 15 Pieces 21 Pieces CMikin, Iclli Pgralati t Salad $1.00 51.25 $2.50 $3.50 H.50 ChliVin Only .8 DC $1.00 $1.75 $3.00 $4.00 You'll Like Our Carry - Out Service BUEHLER'S RESTAURANT 2119 Highway 82 E. Phone ED 4-9551 21 Enier And 60 Golfers Needed In Scotch Event Tom J. lAtndy, pro golfer at Greenville Golf and Country Club, said today entries are falling short in the Mixed Scotch Foursome Tournament to be played Sunday. Only 21 golfers have entered and Lundy is seeking an entry list of 60. He noted also teday that the entry list of men was especially small and asked that men players enter immediately. Jackson swimmers scored 628' points in the swimming divisk and 61 in the diving. Trailing in third spot was Na chez with 190. An estimated 1,000 youngste participated in the two-day affai A trophy to the outstanding bo competitor went to Bill Myers Jafkson, who scored 29 points. The outstanding gir\ trophy wa shared by Merry Matthews Jackson and Peggy Yarbrough · Columbus. Each had 26 points. 14 Lady Golfers In Tourney Here Fourteen golfers participated the Ladies Day Tournament at the Greenville Golf and Country Club. Louise Morrow and Betsy Gully tied with 46's in low gross for the 9 holes. Berry Berry was the winner in the low net event. In the IS-holo relay tournament by partners, Pat Ingram and Betsy Cully were the winners. Low net partners were Millie Moody and Dolly McGovern. The 51-hole handicap event is in the second round. The A. flight Yanks And Detroit Opener Tonight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The American League begins its allle back from obscurity (that's joke, Charlie) tonight, resuming IB pennant scrap to decide who ets a crack at saving face gainst the National League in ie World Scries. If you've forgotten how things tood before the A I, was laid out y the NL All-Stars, the New York Yankees are on top, leading Cleveand by 2'/4 after dropping three traight at Boston. Chicago's de- ending champion White Sox are lird, three games hack, with Saltimore fourth, another length xUiind. Maris May Rest Going into the opener of a four- ame series at Detroit tonight, fankee Manager Casey Stenge lenlioned the possibility of rest- ng Roger Maris, the ailing thump- r who leads the majors with 27 xmie runs. The young right field r also led me AL in futility, leav ng seven men on base, in Wednesday's All-Star game shut xit by the NL. It's probable, however, that both rtaris, bothered by a sprained wrist, and sore-legged Mickey lantle will be in the line-up igainst Tiger lefty Don Mossi Soys Baseball Ray Key Hurls No-Hitler And Peter Pan Wins Ray Key turned in a no hit ame, the first of the year, and Peter Pan came through with a 10-5 victory in a National League ?ame at Community Center. A]] of Paxton's runs were scored on 7-6). Right-hander Art Ditmar (7-5) is the Yankee choice. He has ost two in a row after winning T ive straight. The Indians, who play three with New York beginning Mon day, get back to business agains !ired-up Washington. Right-hande Pedro Ramos (5-9) goes for the' Senators, who have tied Detroit for fifth place (8/4 games behind) after winning three in a row at Baltimore. The Nats have won seven of their last eight -- since dropping three straight to the Inns. Perry For Indians Right-hander Jim Perry (9-4) is Cleveland's starting pitcher as the Tribe tries to get out of a rut. They've lost five of six after closing within one-gamc of first place with a five-game streak. The White Sox, the club that handed the Indians that 1-5 slump, send Billy Pierce (7-4) or Frank Baumann (M), both left-handers, against Baltimore and Milt Pappas (7-6). The Orioles, who have lost seven straight at home, have a four-game road winning string on the fire. And there's another round in the atlle for the cellar on tap at Kansas City. The last-place As, winners in just three of their last 16, face seventh-place Boston be- u'nd southpaw Bud Daley (12-1), the majors' top winner. It's Bil Monbouquette (S-7), the right- errors. Harry Black hammered two home runs and r.is teammate Harry Glover poled another round tripper Thursday afternoon anc Whitacre team in the Dixie Lea- MAKES GOOD SHOWING - Friti Rogers (above) of Greenville, won silver and bronze mednls in (he State Swim Meet Thursday at Hat- (icsburg by placing in (wo events and ranking fourth in another. * * * Wins 2 Medals Changed From Friday Go-Karl Races To Be Held On Saturday Night The weekly Go-Kart races at "airgrounds Track on Highway 1 South will be changed from Friday to Saturday night effective :his week. Don Nick, president of the Jaycees, said late Thursday the change was made to Saturday night to permit racing drivers US Davis Cup Hopes On Bartzen M'Kay QUEBEC (AP -- The United States Davis Cup team starts the long road back today with Bernard Barlzen and Barry MacKay carrying the American hopes in the opening singles matches against C a n a d a i n t h e first round of the American Zone competition. Barken, 32, Dallas, Tex., veteran of the team which will try to gain back the coveted trophy lost who were unable to compete and to Australia hist September, work on their jobs Saturday and takes on Bob Bedard in the open- jecause it is believed attendance will be larger Saturday. The Jaycees are seeking more The second match sends MacKay, Fritz Rogers Gets 12 Points In Hub Swim Meet Aquatic star Fritz Rogers of Greenville was back home today from Hattiesburg where he represented this city well in the State Swim Meet and scored 12 points as well as a silver medal and a bronze medal. In (he 50-yard free style Rog- hander who lost Monday's All-Star|ers was third in the event for 15- racers for the Saturday night events. Especially are more racers needed in the novice division of young racers. Saturday night time trials will begin at 6 p.m., the gates open at 7:30 p.m. and the races start at 8 p.m. with admission charge of SO cents for adults. Children under 12 will be admitted free. Races will be held in five classes, including the novice, Class A, Super A., Class B. and Super B. Fairgrounds track has a seating capacity of 2,000 and trophies wil be awarded the winners. 24, of Dayton, Ohio, against Don 16 year old boys and all t h r e e swimmers broke the record of 27.5 for the event. Second In Breast Stroke Rogers was second t h e game at Kansas City, for the Red Sox. Three Vets Share Lead In Western DETROIT (AP - Three veterans who have had some long gulps from professional golf's big- money fountain and a freckled short time for the meet under rookie trying for his first sip shared the lead as the S25.000 Western Open Golf Tournament entered the second round today. Redhead Butch Baird, a game breast stroke event and fourth in the 50 yard butterfly breast stroke. A Greenville Hornets' track learn ace. Rogers trained only a direction of William Earl Morgan at the city's Bobby Henry Pool. He was accompanied by his father, Nenl Rogers, who prais- ing match on the clay courts of he Civil Employes Tennis Club. Break A Draw 'We got the break in the draw," said U. S. Team Capt. David Freed. "I think we'll win the first two matches." Freed, who succeeded Perrj Jones as captain of the U. S team, said he figured the two countries might liave split the opening singles if the draw had gone the other way. "Bedard would have had a good na the likely Canadian team ,., However, Fred has not decided , -..; on the U. S. team. If Earl Bu- " '* chholz of St. Louis has fully r»- covered from an old ankle injury he'll likely pair with Chuck McKinley, also of St. Louis. If not, Bartzen and MacKay probably will ;et the call. ' Winner Meets Mexico The winner of tho bcst-of-five matches meets Mexico in the second round. New Zealand and British West Indies were to start their first round match today to determine the second round opponent for Venezuela. Out of the American Zone will come the opponent for the.PhiI- lipines. Eastern Zone winner, with } the winner taking on the European Zone champion. ·'· ·-· The European Zone is getting ·, down to its finalists this weekend. -~i Italy took the first two singles :i matches from Britain Thursday ."' md is favorer 1 to move into the finals against either Sweden or j France, which start play in Stock- ·; Braves Must Win More... D res sen PITTSBURGH (AP) - Better litching end more power hitting --that's how Milwaukee's Charlie 3ressen figures -to nose out the: ront-mnning Pittsburgh Pirates. 'The only way we're going to catch them is by winning, winning, winning, and that's just what we plan to do," said the Milwaukee manager. He had just seen his Braves drub the Pirates ·S-0, cutting their league lead to four games. chance lo beat MacKay but not Bartzcn," he said. "Barren's will power and steadiness are hard to;' beat." Bartzen and MacKay switch op-|| ponents for the other singles Sunday. The doubles wil! be played-fl Saturday with Bedard and Fonla- holm today. DINE AT MAINELLi'S RESTAURANT 801 Wash. Ave. COLOR 1 MIXING MACHINE gue trounced the Exchange Club '' t{ ' e Texar trying lo strike it'ed the meet anH pointed out that 23-8 at Mill Road Park. THUS SO AY RESULTS E IEAGUE (Mill iZd. park] Salod QvI 115] 1st National |3] SOUTHEEN LEAGUE (Gr«eir*,oy) Grafrcn [ I 5 f Wouon HI Coca Cofo \£\ Kcuman (B) NATIONAL IEAGUE (Cc.-ranuiiihy Cerfe/1 OeJro Video \7\ Orange Crvth (3) Peler For* [1Ot Foxtsn f5] BABE RUTH LEAGUE [High School FiCrd] McMillan |8| U. S. Gypi-jm [5] FHIDAY GAMES TEXAS LEAGUE fGree.-.wcv) Civilon vi S-orviard Oil G--eenl«y'i vi Gre«nvill B Milh AMERICAN LEAGUE (Community Center] V.F.W. vi Kiwa.nri Sp*ed Copi vi licr.t BA3E EUTH LEAGUE (High Scfrol Field) Bc.-q'i vi MoQte Lode* ChiSox Say They Will Be In Race CHICAGO (AP - The Chicago White Sox enter the last halt of the American League race convinced they will be in the thick of the pennant battle until the last. The defending champions open a four-game home series with Baltimore tonight, hoping they can continue -- or increase the momentum that made them the hottest in the league prior to the rich on the bigtime circuit, barged Greenville, with a fine into first round leadership with ming pool should have a large veterans Bob Rosburg, Burke and Fred Hawkins. Here's how much a Volkswagen Truck holds a standard half-ton truck holds only the white setsl The VW is almost 3 feet shorter than the usu al half-ton truck, but carries 830 pounds more-a full 1,830 Ibs. Ita cubic capacity is greater, too: 170 cubic feet vs. 145 cubic feet. Yet the VW costs only half as much to run. It gives about twice the ga3 mileage. Its air- cooled engine needs no oil between changes nnd no (\nti-freeze, ever. You also save on tiros, service, depreciation and, in many states, license fees and insurance. We have actual coat figures. Call or come in, look them over . .. and take a ride. DELTA SPORTS CAR the B. flight leader Millly Moody. The tournament lasts three weeks. Rebels Win From Indians 15 To 9 Blasting three home runs, the'. Rebels tamed the Indians, 15-9| Thursday in the American Legion', Little Boys League in the major] circuit. The homers were blasted by Buddy EUieridge, Leon Loper and' Jimmy Cochran. Jimmy Cochran went the route to pitch the Rebels to victory and Craig Jones was' the losing hurler. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Spokane -- Kirk Barrow, 178!4, Spokane, outpointed Sixto Rodriguez, 17514, San Francisco, 10. 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