The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 15, 1960 · Page 9
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 9

Greenville, Mississippi
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Friday, July 15, 1960
Page 9
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Friday, July 15, '6Q 9 Rocks Get 20 Hits To Blast duds IS-S-Hoilandate Routs Batesville Atlanta Shades Barons 1 -0 To Hold Lead Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Something about Memphis pilch- ing brings out the power in Li I tie Rock bats, Tho Travelers have enjoyed their two biggest scoring nights of the Southern Assn. sen- sin against the Chicks. They slammed 20 hits last night to rout the youthful Tribe 1W, staging a whopping good show for Cecil Sullon, their 100,000th (an of I960. He made the trip to Memphis with tho Trnvelors for being No. 100,000 through the turnstiles at Littln Rock. Little Rock didn't Imvc Sutton with the team May 29, but the Travb feasted that time 16-4 on Chickasaw pitching. Crackers Shade Borons 1-0 Atlanta maintained its four- game lead over Little Rock. Tho league leaders shaded Birmingham 1-0 on a four-Mttcr by Dick Scott. Billy Harrington lost his bid for a no-hitler in the eighth Goodyear Tires Blackwall M l 9 3 J.70 x 1] 11 Yarber's Bay S«nll. Hallo* Hwr. II el Dtha ll. inning but won his third decision vhen Shreveport topped Nashville Chattanooga got big hits from veterans Bert Hamrlo and Al irandcolas and trimmed Mobile 2-1, although OK Lookout! managed only three hits ait Bruin right-hander Don Schaeffer. Little Rock routed loser Hal Dcltn by taking the Memphis rookie for five runs In the second nning. They s«nt 13 batters to the plate and tallied nine limes In the sixth, routing Loroy Gregory and Fred Walker. The Rocks rapped six hits In each ot their big innings and got additionul help from Mernph'* errors In each round. Veteran Mickey McDermott cousled to his seventh victory. The left-hander restricted Memphis to six hits, one a homer by Miko Shannon. Scott kept Atlanta from being blanked In the three-game series at Birmingham. The 27-year-old left-hander posted his second victory in six days since getting a hurry-up call at Macon, Ga. when injuries struck the Cracker mound staff. Scott beat Clmtta nooga in his first Southern Assn. A I R C O N D I T I O N I D THE MOTION PICTURE GIANT Of 1960 BY THE MJTHOfl OfCW! T I P S O N T.V. P-R-0-G-R-A-M FARNSWORTH'S The Bride's Store I'iNE BLUFF KATV-CHANNEL 7-CABLE 7 . . ' 8 ; 00 Ccnvinllon l . O O E o . l y SHe* fclO Old Ck*» IIIDAT 10,00 N.,, 1,55 LA or sf 7,00 Rood 1:00 N.» l 10.15 -eiglnrtng cr J,S» Stuoti 7,30 CKIYU . V,'""t!" lu irxi ' s '°° Hcr "' »·" 8 '°° l «»- *·* 4,U Vrabl. UIUIOAT Derby 900 Jubllll USA QUODII 11,15 Orcnrtl 7 5,30 Suili ?.*) Oo«d Loot 6 30 \7oli Di,nil 1 1 , J O Ca.locn 4 00 rh. HtM ID II "Ah 7.M 8 ' m t h o w V W i t j i m . i i " K A D I O A PKONOGtAPK REEVES TV SERVICE start lut week. Bests Another Southpaw He. bested another southpaw, Wyman Carey of the Barons, when the Crackcrt scored the game's lone run in the fifth Inning on singles by Doug Camlltl and Tim Harkncss and a force- out. Carey limited Atlanta to five hits but absorbed his eighth loss. He has also won eight. Harrington retired the first 11 Nashville batters in order and had a no-hitter until Vol catcher John Edwards opened the eighth with a tingle. A walk ad Ron Kanehl's single led to the lone Nashville run. Bill Kern and manager Los Pedcn hit home runs for Shrcve- port, enabling the Sports to hang loss No. 7 On Nashville lefthander Jim Bailey. The Vol hurler was seeking his seventh victory. Hamric homered for Chatta' nooga In tho second Inning, his 10th of the season, and Grandcolas tripled home the second run Jr tho Lookouts. Steve Jinkowski Jrove in the lone Mobile run off ihaltanooga left-hander D i c k Bunker who uppcd his mound record to e-4. Schaeffer, a mainstay last sea son when Mobile won the pennant took his ninth loss in 12 decisions although he pitched one of his better games. Tiny Texan In Fighf For Finals CINCINNATI (AP) --A 17-year- old tiny Texan with a hot puller as a prime weapon goes gunning today for a place in the finals of the 30lh annual Women's Trans- Mississippi Golf Tournament and i possible championship. But Sandra Haynie, the Austin, Tex., high school senior who stands only five-feet, three-inches tall, faces a huge task. The three other golfing gals remaining for semifinal play are veterans of big time competition even (hough two of them arc young enough to have played and finished one-two in this year's National Intercollegiate. Natchez' Dunn In B.R. All-Star Game BATON ROUGE, La. (UP!) -Quarterback Perry Lee Dunn of Natchez, Miss., who was sought by colleges throughout the nation, has been named to play in tho 1960 All-America high school football game here Aug. 20. Dunn, signed by the University of Mississippi, was the starting quarterback at Hatchet High four straight years and scored 20 touchdowns and passed for 14 more last fall. 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Oh the back row are Manager Bill Hanbcrry, Skceler Fleming, Don Stafford, Billy Palmertree, Percy Palmertree and Sponsor F. A. Kellum. Team members not pictured arc William Earl Morgan, E. C. Sweeden, and Charles Whllaker. (Staff Photo) Batesville 17-5 hero Thursday night for their 13th win in 14 games. Greenville's and Auburn's Joe Overtoil turned in his second victory in as many outings for Man-, ager Junior Griffith's team hold-] ing Balesville to 7 hits. Jake Gibbs, the Ole Miss baseball and footbol.1 great, who was scheduled to be with the Batesville team, failed to show. It was said he had to remain at home to direct his Little Boys League team. Green, Overton Hit Homers Hal Green, the slugging doorman from Anguilla for the Hoi- andale crew and pitcher Overon delivered home run blows hat were the "big hits" of that opening first inning when the )ucks scored 7 runs on two bases] on balls, 3 Batesville miscues and the two round-trippers. Batesville used 3 pitchers against the Ducks who used 8 solid hits for the victory. Overton went tho route for Hol- Inndale with Griffith catching. Pruett, Foster and Warren were die Batesville hurlers and Counts did the catching. Gory Dempsey of Anguilla got 4 JOY Crttnrilli ttur* fP 4-1511 TODAY SATURDAY Champion KeHum's Trounce G. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Standings W. L. Pet. G.B. Pittsburgh .... Milwaukee .... Los Angeles .. St. Louis San Francisco Cincinnati .... Philadelphia ., 49 31 44 31 41 38 Chici :ago 41 .40 36 34 30 .613 .561 .519 .513 .513 .462 .420 .395 8 8 12 161,4 17 Thursday Result Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 0 Only game scheduled Friday Games Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N) Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N) Los Angeles at San Francisco (N) Chicago at St. Louis (N) American League New York Cleveland W. L, Pet. G.B. Chicago +4 Baltimore 45 Detroit 37 Washington Boston .600 .566 .557 .542 .487 37 39 ,487 30 48 .355 Kansas City ... 29 48 .377 Thursday Results No games scheduled Friday Games New York at Detroit (N) Baltimore at Chicago (N) Washington at Cleveland (N) Boston at Kansas City (N) hits in six trips for the Hollandale crew. Ken Parker banged two hits In 5 trips. Nix and Neth- crland got 2 hits each in 4 trips for Batesville. Hollandale's team Mndcr Manager Griffith will leave at 0:30 a. m. Saturday for West Point to participate in the Mississippi Semi-Pro Tournament. The Ducks will meet Laurel in the opener. FREE K O D A K FILM with the purchase of one gallon Pee Gee Paint any type! S A V I N G S O F F R O M O n A l l Y o u r P l a i n t You'll never have to buy another roll of film] 2 6 T O N e e d s 3 0 % Sw -- Don -- T)M PeTnT Men C O Y E R C O . -(Paint Dept.) Phone ED J-815? CCA Credits Free Parking TONIGHTS GAME 8 p.m.--Turner's Pharmacy vs. Kellum Hardware. By W. T. INGRAM In a game played last night at Carrie Stern Field under weather conditions, t . Kellum's Hardware trounced; for Greenville Mills 21-6. Then Kellum's had 3 big innings. and the team went to bat in its| entirely at least once and the,! Champa scored 20 nnis. Then in the fifth they scored again for run No. 21. The game Mills team fought back in the sixth and seventh to, goodlbc champion! score 4 runs but the rally fcll|| short. Cothran was thrown n Greenville Mills scored early and tallied in the first inning to lead Kellum's 2-0 u n t i l the boltom of ihe second. Giants Open Big Series Tonight SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -Showdown testing of the slumping San Francisco Giants opens tonighl in Candlestick Park with the re- surging Los Angeles Dodgers aiming to keep them on Ihc skids. Fifteen games remain for the iants in their current home land--15 that should determine ' San Francisco can come back nlo National League contention. Following the Dodgers into Can- lestick Park will be Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee and Cincinnati. out trying to sneak second base to end the game. GREENVILLE MILIS Also t (tier/ HtinJu H wonnww *M0*ui ^ ROD UMROH-MWY IWRPHY · EXPERTLY INSTALLED PROMPT SERVICE WE HAVE CURVED WINDSHIELDS IN STOCK! Burk Hail-Tayloe Paint Glass Co. ISI2 Hwy. 82 E. -- Across From P. 0. phone ED 2-26W 12» So. Walnut "Service" Pbo» ED J-»M Plus - NEWS - CARTOON Show Starts-- 7:30 A N N E nd Or.,mill. PW.i ED 4-3 TODAY SATURDAY SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W. L. Pet. G.B, Atlanta W 41 .565 -Little Rock 47 42 .528 4 Birmingham 47 45 .511 5'^ Mobile 47 46 .503 e Memphis 44 44 .500 6, NashviHe- 45 49 .479 S'/J Shreveport 46 50 .479 8'/i Chattanooga 40 53 .430 13 Thursday Results A t l a n t a 1, Birmingham 0 Chattanooga 2, Mobile 1 Little Rock 15, Memphis 5 Shrcvcport 4, Nashville 1 Friday Games I Mobile at Atlanta I Little Rock at Nashville Memphis at Shreveport i Chattanooga at Birmingham American Assn. Denver 6, St. Paul 3 Houston 2, Minneapolis 1 Louisville 2, Charleston 0 Dallas-Fort Worth 2, Jr.dianapo lis 1 (12 innings) Pacific Coast League Portland 8, Vancouver 7 Spokane 6. Seattle 2 COUMtrHDC Also Show Starts--7:30 "TiMPtE LAST DAY Cecil B. DeMille'B Production Academy Award "Best Picture" "GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH" Starring: James Stewart, Belly Hullon, Charllon lleston \ju\e. Laughter, Wonders SHOW STARTS - 7: SO F E T I M Guaranteed NOW! frtrylNTCRNAnONAl PARTS MUffltt ii uneondt- tkxiotly guoronleed for tha IIFt! of th« v«hkJt on which K It irutdlltd. iBT£0, AWOVIO AND ItSIEO I Sacramento 3, Son Diego 1 Salt Lake 7, Tacoma 4 International League Buffalo 2, Toronto I Jersey City 7, Miami 3 Montreal 4, Rochester 2 Only games scheduled POGO - 1 3 2 * 2 2 TOIALS _ 35 21 IS BV IIBIIHG5, G. 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