The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 17, 1960 · Page 8
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 8

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, July 17, 1960
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Deltn Domocrat-Tlmw 8 Sunday. July 17, '60 Greenville Legion Leagues Enter Last Kellum's Still Winning With Week To Go Two Legion Leagues Rebs, Panthers Lead Th o Rebels lead the Maj- homo runs for the Cards. S 'anthers .ins Jeavers Bears or League and Hie Panthers lead the Minor League in Greenville' American Legion Boy's Baseball with one week of tho season left to go, reports Gcno Hcyman. In I-'riday action the Panthers Indians clowned the Lions 12 · 0 and the Cardinals Cardinals defeated the Tigers 15 rigers - 14. Steve Carter led Iho Panthers to victory at Maude Bryan Park. Fielding and catching by Pace, Nelson, Hollowell, Neyman, Newman, Billings, Woods, Muirhcad and Howe enabled Carter to go tho distance in the 12 to 0 shutout. Carter struck out seven men and allowed only three hits ns the Panthers regained first place. It was Carter's third win in tho last half of the schedule, reported L. A. Newman, manager. D. Mandien went oil the way for the Cardinal win. E. Tutey, 11. Snyder, and J. Pclgrcen hit Jersey City Chief Goes To Park With Police Escort JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP)-Nat Ryes, manager of Jersey City in tho International League, brandei a traitor in his native Cuba, left for the ball park Snt. with a plain clothes detective ot his side. Reyes, who took over as field boss of the Jerseys when the league moved the franchise out of Havana, was placed under 24- hour guard Friday alter being termed "a tratiro and an enemy of his own country" by the newspaper La Revolucion. Castigated by the semi-official organ of Fidel Castro's government for "behaving like a Yankee," Reyes shrugged off tho verbal scalding, "I'm a baseball man. I go where I'm sent, and I'm not wor xying." said the former major league inlielder who played wit] the New York. Giants.-' Local authorities, however, arc taking no chances. Police com missioner William McLaughlin has ordered around (he-clock protection for Reyes, whose famil; still is in Havana. Shlpman was the losing pitcher. The standings: Major Lcagne Won Rebels 5 3 3 1 Minor League Won 5 4 3 1 Lost 1 2 3 Lost 2 3 3 5 Olympic Records Fall As Trials Start in Texas ABILENE, Tex. (AP) - Broad lumper Willye B. White, weight star Earlene Brown and fleet Wilma Rudolph got the women's Olympic trials off and winging Friday night. In eight of the nine events in which preliminaries were held, all Olympic trials records were smashed. Miss White, a little girl from Chicago, set an American record in the broad jump with her best leap in six years ol ompcting--20 feet !£ inches. McGarrh Wins For Turner's Second Night In A Row Harold McGarrh allowed only (our scattered hits by a patched up Turner's team Friday night to win his second game for Kel- iums in as many nights on Carrie Stern Field. Kellum sottballers who will represent Greenville in the Stale Softball Tournament to be held in Jackson beginning Aug. showed a lot of power in collecting 14 hits in 37 official at bats foi a team average of .378. Last year's defending champ! oaf picked up their lone run in Iho 16 - 1 gome in the fifth inning when J. Ilission led of! with a triple and scored on D. Wray'i sacrifice fly to center field. K. Hendricks and Bobby Les ler were batting stars of the game. Hcndricfcs had three foi four and Lester connected loi two out of three trips to thi plate. ( I L I U M ' S AS R I . tl Mo:gnn. W. £., Ib . S., 3b B., Hero's Nothing Like GENUINE TILE · C. remit TiU · Ti rail · · Mortl. · viort i Avt Til. Floor. KOESTLER TILE CO. Phono ED 2-2834 Hwy. 82 E. iaybuir ... p.. II w., toy«. J.. ii. .-- ·oltiinrti, B.. rt s'loKmd.' it"--"_~m; TOTALS TUINH'S 5 _. i 3 5 5 Bolltvan Sllr Comchdl. T.. c Jockioo, E. N.. Ib ... '.. "1 W., 2b C.. -..._ 0 1 37 16 Al I V/roy, D., p 3 3 American In Tight 4 Team Fight For Lead SERVE -- Amateur tennis players from all over Iho Delta kept the courts at Carrie Stern Park busy all day Saturday. Some semi-finals matches and all finals matches will be played oil today at the same site. (Staff Photo) The world's record for women 20 feet 10 inches, Mrs. Brown, the huge Los An- cles shot p ut te r and discus irowcr, led both of these events, ven shading Olga Connally, the ormer Czechoslovakia Olympics iscus champion. Mrs. Brown eaved the shot 48 feet 8 1 / inches, 'most two feet over her own ilympics trials record. She threw Ke discus 156 feet 6 inches, to xitlcr her Olympics trial stan lard of 145 feet 4'^ inches. Miss Rudolph, a Tennessee Stale star, got little competition n the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes. Miss Rudolph, who last vcek at Corpus Christ!, set a world's record of 22.9 in the 200 meters, was far ahead in her qualifying heat in a time of 24.2, vhich bettered the Olympics trials record by two tenths ot a second. She led the 100-mclcr r ive4enths of a second under the trials record. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Portland, Ore. -- Phil Moyer, 152, Portland, Friday outpointed Don Jordan, 149, Los Angeles, 10. Guam--Winnie Rebaldo, Philippines,, outpointed S a m m y Borja, 135, Guam, 10. .. 23 " 1 0 3 1 8 0 t 0 0 0 0 1 0 ASK your Classified Depart ment about placing "In Mem By CHARLES S. KERG T humbs down on a third Joh nnsson - Patterson heavy weight title match is about to be Iho new move of the Nationa Boxing Association. This is a swapping of a championship between two men and is disgusting to say the least. Emile Bruneau who is n member of the execu live committee ot NBA, has given an emphatic No to the question naire on whether the NBA shoul give its approval to another Ingemar-Floyd battle. Questionnaire arc going the rounds to determin f boxing men believe that UK »ut should be approved. Afte n third bout, provided one icld, then a fourth would prtbabl bo staged in some foreign coun Lry, possibly in Australia or Sout Africa. From where we sit w can't understand Johansson. Th Swedish fighter who was reportec to have a devestaling right han oriam Day to .ones. notices for Mcmoria honor deported loved NEED YOUR CAR RADIO REPAIRED! Yarber's Bay Station HWY. 82 EAST AT DELTA ST. I^V^ T T has a trained (ecrmicisn to service all makes of radio and television , . . Call ED 5-1281 FOR PICK UP AN DDEUVERY SERVICE By. ED WILKS, Associated Press Sports Writer The hot b«U of Rocky Colavito and Brooks Robinson have hammered the American League pennant race into a tight, four-team package. Colavito's tie-breaking homer triggered a six-run third inning for Detroit as the Tigers rapped New York 8-4 Friday night and tagged the Yankees wiUi a four- game losing string for the first time this season. It was Rccky's fourth home run in three games and chopped New York's lead to 1^ games over second place Cleveland. The In dians beat Washington 4-0 ns Jim Perry won his 10th with a four- hitter. Robinson became the first AL player to hit for the cycle--home run, triple, double and single--in three seasons, going S-for-5 with three RBI as Baltimore beat Chicago 5-2. The Orioles, after losing live straight, now are in a virtua tie with the White Sox for third * * * lace. Each Is three games behind. . Tho Boston Red Sox, winning ive in a row for the first time his season, took a 2-1 decision at Kansas City. In the National League, Cincinnati spilled Pittsburgh 4-1 and trimmed the Pirates' lead to three games as second-place Milwaukee »at Philadelphia 7-5. Los Angeles clung to third place with a 5-J victory over San Francisco Fourth-place St. Louis defeatK Chicago's Cubs 6-0 .behind Ernie Broglio's one-hitter. Colavito's 18th home run came with two on and handed Art Dit mar (7-6) u third straight loss Eddie Yost and Frank Boiling alsi homered for the Tigers as Don Mossi (-G) beat the Yankees fo the third time. The southpaw ace did it with a five-hitler, giving up Mickey Man tie's 2Ist home run, with two on in the first. Mossi then blankcc the Yanks until Elston Howard': sacrifice in the ninth, finally put ting a called third strike pas * * rfnch-hltting Roger Moris Jor tho inal out with two on. Robinson, who has hit safely in Is last eight at-bats, homered long with Jackie Brandt in a two- run third that brought the Orioles rom behind. The Birds then beat Jilly Pierce (7-5) with a clinching run in tho sixth. Milt Pappas 8-6) was the winner. Perry (1W) walked just one and struck out one while wrapping p his second shutout. The Indians made It nine In a row over Washington with two runs in the first wo innings off Pedro Ramos 5-10). The Red Sox beat Bud Daley '12-5), the majors top winner. Bill Monouquette (0-7 won it h a seven-hitter. Broglio's One-Hitter Puts Cards In OFFICIALS' TABLE -- Nerve center for organization of Iho Delta Tennis Tournament was the table pictured above nt tho west end of the courts. There wero 78 entries from more than a dozen Delta communities in the tournament sponsored by the Greenville Park Commission and tho Delia Democrat-Times. Promoter Kramer Tennis Amateurs All Over By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer "Ernie Broglio? He's my guy," said Manager Solly Hemus of the sparked-up St. Louis Cardinals, fle's done the job, as a starting pitcher or in relief." That was during the Alt-Star break, after the Cards had won nine of 13 and moved into a fourth-place tie in the National League race. Broglio had won three of 'em, two In relief against Milwaukee and the other in a complete game against Los Angeles. Now the 6-foot-2 right-hander, n fast-balling 220-pounder, has add ed the best game of his tv/o-year career in the majors, allowing just one hit and striking out I in a 6-0 victory over the Chicago Cubs Friday night. Cards Aton« first-inning runs and Frank Hov ard hammered a 430-foot homer his 14th, as the Dodgers beat Sa Jones (11-9). Drysdalo (7-10) beating the Giants for Hie firs time this season, won his thir in a row. ·J7-JEWEL B U L O V A Wmi UNBBEAKADLl MAINSPRING Oolr SOc^Down JOc Weekly Foe him, f !r» footura of o .nudi tilgheij Pftccd waich . . . fff hw. dahcoM l«cu:r t» coevcb hor »rhL Lodk*] ^ Sfl SPECIALS. IH OUR WIHOOWJ S LilWSI WATCH WSfur 1^. XKHI JWttDB-WTiaMtS 243 WASHINGTON AVE. By WILL GRTMSLEY LONDON (AP)-Promoter Jack ramer is chasing around Europe with check book poised, and amateur tennis is in a nervous dither. The court brass doesn't know where the hard cash will strike next. The past week, the Californlan moved into Barcelona and plucked off Spain's No. 1 player, Andres Gimeno. Thursday Kramer was in Paris. Today, he is in London. Sunday he will be in Bastaad, Sweden, where the Swedes play France to sec who meets Italy in the final of the F-iiropoan zone Davis Cup competition. After Best "I'll try to sign the best playei o! the series," Kramer said. "It punch refused to train in both his bouts. He sort of indicate* that American fighters were out {late in working hard to get top condition. Then the Swedis battler wound up flat on his bac in the first defense of his cham pjonship. OH' FOR A JACK DEMPSEY What boxing needs is " a rea champion like Jack Dcmpsey. I this writer's humble o p i n i o heavyweight champions since til Manassa Mauler have been tiers who couldn't stay a round with Dcmpsy. Jack is a better fighter right now in his advanced years than some of the so called heavyweight title contenders. But Dempsey is n better fighter himself than his record as a picker of winners in heavyweight bouts. Jack thought Johansson had a paralyzing right and named the Swede to hold his title. After rll there is nothing peculiar about a grent fighter being a poor judge of other fighters in bouls in which lie is not engaged. BIGGEST BOAT RACE in the Southeast is tlm aim of Guntsre- ville, Ala., Jaycecs who arc promoting the 21st Annual Boat Race Festival today, Saturday and Sunday. Trophies and $3,000 in prize money will be presented the win- 'ners. Oldsters Heard From In Southern Race By VERNON BUTLER Associated Press Sports Write* Despite tho large number ol glittering young prospects in the Southern Assn. this season, it is "old men" who are makinj may be Pierre Darmon of France or it may be Ulf Schmidt of Sweden." Now that the world amateur tennis bigwigs have voted down open tournaments, Kramer has indicated he no longer feels bound to soft-peddle his professional operations. He has announced that all amateur players are now fair game and he hopes to sign a new batch of performers for his world stage --with particular accents on Europeans. Kramer is not interested in any more Australians nt present. He is anxious to sign two Americans --Barry MacKay and Earl Buch- most noise in the pennant race, especially with the bat. Nashville used a 34-year-old "old-timer" to show Little Rock that the Travelers aren' t hnoycl that the Travelers aren't the only team in the league with a cluster of quite valuable senior citizens. Veteran Crawford Davidson, playing his 13th season in organized ball, belted his eighth and ninth homers last night, added a! Chattanooga edged ahead of pair of singles and drove in six Birmingham jn the _ top^ of the runs ns the Vols whipped the Rocks 9-4 and shoved the secor.d- place club five games in arrears of front-running Atlanta. Top Hurling The Crackers got anoUier sharp pitching job--after the second inning--from rookie ace Pete Richer! and followed the 20-year-old left-hander to a 5-3 verdict over Mobile. But there, too, a veteran provided the bat damage. Jim Wil- 1 Closing Out A} C o s Only 20 Left KEEN MOW P O W E R MOWERS 19" 22" Cuts S A V E UP TO $"1/^00 '20' w n LUMBER H A R D W A R E C8. PER MOWER pbone ED 1-2WB llwy 1 South the league all-star game July 26. The club in first place alter games j j ...... _. of July 21 gets the game. Thc| 0 j z j r ._b u t he won't raid Uncle Crackers own a five."ame bulge,'s cupboard until after the with only six playing dales left.[Davis Cup campaign. The talented young southpaw j "['d never do anything to hurt was in jams in each of the first' America's chances in the Davis Cup," the onetime world champion s.-iid. "But when Barry anc Earl are ready, I'll sign them." This may happen in January. Kramer said he isn't interested in Ncalc Fraser, the Wimbledon champion, and was only slightly 24 batters over the last seven in- · interested in Rod Laver, the nings. Don Saner homered for flashy but unpredictable Wimble- Mobile in the second. don runner-up. Kramer said he considered Europe the new frontier for professional tennis. two innings. But he pitched out of bases loaded situations after yielding three runs. Second Win Starling with the third, he was a new pitcher. He limited Mobile to three singles and faced only ninth when Rac Slider homered with one on. Henley's homer in 1 , "European cities aren't particu- the ninth tied it and set the stage larly interested in watching three for Micclota's game-winning sac- Australians and one American That left the Cards all aloni in fourth place," seven games be hind the first place Pittsburg Pirates who lost 4-1 to Cincinnati Second place Milwaukee movec within three games of the Buc, by beating Philadelphia 7-5. Thir place Los Angeles, a half-garm ahead of St. Louis, defeated Sai Francisco 5-3 and dropped th Giants to fifth. Broglio (1CH), giving up only second-inning single by Ed Bou chee and walking just two, rollec up the top nine-inning strikeou total of the year in the NL for hi fifth straight victory and firs shutout of the season. The Cards, with Stan Musia driving in two runs and Carl Sa watski hitting a homer, made two in a row over Don Cardwe (4-8). The Reds, after losing eight I a row to the Pirates, beat Frien (10-6) with two first-inning run They got them when Vada Pinso rapp-xl an RBI single, stole se ond, went to third on a wild pitc and then scored the clincher o Wally Post's sacrifice fly. Jii O'Toole (7-S) won it. Grand Slam Joe Adcock hit a grand-sla home nin in the fourth inning thi got the Braves moving again. Chris Short 4-6). Warren Spah (9-G) gave up two home runs Pancho Herrera and needed R Piche's help for the final out. Duke Snider singled home two rifice fly. Bob Millikcn, Memphis right- hander, made a that led to Shrcvcpot's earned runs in the seventh. On the heels of the error came four singles, a wild pitch, and a three- run double by veteran Al Grunwald. play--even if they happen to be the best in the world," he said, throwing error j "So I intend to give them some cpot's five un- !ocnl flavor.' En route to Bastaad, Kramer arranged to talk to Denmark's Kurt Nielsen in Copenhagen. Nielsen is pro bait. Also high on the promoter's list Screen 21 Inch I Yior Warranty ELECTRONIC WORKSHOP JOJ Hwy. No. I South Jerome Sit ED J-8261 for contemporary design, quality and color) Tho crisp, dean-sculptured look of Strap-Style buildings puts them : In a dass apart from ordinary steel buddings. They havo new low j silhouettes which are architecturally adaptable to all collateral buBding materials. 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Paiys, Gail Henley and Gip Dickens for a 7-6 victory over Chattanooga in 10 innings. Micclotta joined the other three in hitting homers, then lofted a sacrifice fly in the extra inning that delivered the winning run. Shreveport scored five runs in the seventh inning and topped the Memphis Chicks S-4. ' Davidson, a streak hitter, has been hot for Nashville of late. He has delivered three or more hits three times in kis last nine outings. Chico Alvare also homered for the Vols. It was his eighth. The slugging stow helped rookie Duar.e Richards post his n i n t h vie- j lory to go with 10 losses by the hard-working right-hander. | Richert, notching his 14th vie- ] lory and fanning 10 baiters, si-: moat assured Atlanta ot hosting FOR EVERY BASS CAUGHT During the fishing season a boit will have been cast well over a hundred times. Why not choose your rod and reel to do the number one job the best -- CAST THE BAIT. 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