The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 31, 1965 · Page 9
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 9

Greenville, Mississippi
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Monday, May 31, 1965
Page 9
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Velim Detnocrtt-Times - ' Monday, May 31, '65 BARBER POLE B 8V CHARLIE KERG iloxi Redskins won [lie Mis- jchool baseball champioiuhip Saturday by edging Clarkjdale 3-1. Jimmy Wallis o! the Indian* claimed his 12th. win of the sta- ton in the game played at Clarksdale. But errors proved costly to Clarksdale. Morris Wiltshire turned in a 6-hit pitching performance fur the Wildcats The Wild- cab' young catcher, Larry Burr, missed a third strike and a picked throw by him sailed into left field to permit two runs lo score. But Burr's miscues might have been overcome if some of those Cats had been hitting a little belter. Burr is like most young high school catchers. They wanl to show their arm and like to throw at every opportunity. Clarksdule had a fttir ball club this season and Coach Barbour ind his Wildcats had a lot of luck in winning the district and t h a n o r l h state titles. Frankly the Hornets and Cleveland Wildcats were just about as good as Clarksdale. MAJORS SWAP INVOLVES FIVE: Trade winds are blowing between San Francisco and Chicago. San Francisco's Giants have traded catcher Ed Bailey, pitcher Bob Handley and outfielder Harvey Kuenn to the Chicago Cubs for catcher Dick Bertell and outfielder Len Garrielson. Now the managers of the Giants and Cubs will each claim they got the best oi the trade. Time will tell. DOWN AT VICKSBURG the ladies of the Vicksburg Country Club are planning Red Carpet treatment of the Mississippi group taking part in the annual State Ladies Tournament. Even Billy Ray has left his first love, the Vicksburg Greenies, and is tub- J thumping for the tournament. Greenville ladies are making plans for a large number from the GGCC Ladies Golf Association, one of the stale's best, to attend. THE INDIANAPOLIS 510 auto race is scheduled for today. Thirty three racing cars qualified with new record speed. There is some Interest here in auto races due to the interest in the drag races here CHARLIE CONERLY, who went from Clarksdale High School to the New York Giants via Ole Miss and performed in great style a; the Giants quarterback for years, was in Greenville several days ago and the ex-Wildcat and Ex-Rebel star had supper with his old friend, Jake Stein. Conerly is one guy who gave football everything he had and the game paid off handsomely for him. Likely TUNICA COUNTY COACH BILL DODSOM IS leaving the Cardinals to become line coach of the H. V. Cooper Hight G r e e n i e s o f Vicksburg. Leon Regal, assistant coach at Tunica, will become head coach at Harrison Central High in Gulf- porl. Dodson succeeds Jerry Foshee at Vicksburg. Foshee to!d your correspondent while here with the Greenies track team that he was leaving Vicksburg for another job. Sometimes when conches leave they do so because the material possibilities become slim. Maybe not so at Tunica. New Fish Records For Rodeo GULFPORT - Records are expected to topple in the 17th annual Mississippi Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo which opens at 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 2nd, and closes at 4 p.m. Monday, July 5th, at the inner harbor in Gulfport. There will be U species of prie-winning fish and other special awards. Prizes will include fishing tackle, trophies, etc. Three records fell fay the wayside in the 1964 event and more records are expected to fall this year because of an increased number of fishermen participating, according lo Robert L. Rice, rodeo general chairman. Rice said 10,000 invitations have been extended to fishermen to lake part in the 1965 event. "Since «nglerj »r« invited, (hey are not required to pay a registration fee," said Rice, "we're again expecting a record field of participants." NEED EXTRA CASH? Sell your no longer needed household goods wtth a Clurififd Ad, ~'a\ (W1K) today. THE LITTLE WOMAN IT'5 A kriTe-EATlN6TREe, THAT'S WHAT IT IS! 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NOT, OUR PRECAUTIONS WITH THS fioVERNMENT PMC SHoUi-P REVCAU ANY CD1-.CANYON, ALL THE WAiWINS ABOUT WS5 RIME HAV£ COME FROM CHEETAH .'.WILL SHE-AH- S6ARCH )IER B055 FOR WEAPCIJS ? RUSE; W£EL BE THE HEETOFTHE PAP-Ty. 1 EEN FACT PARTY. 1 YOU KW T3 WEEU MAKE E STORY.' WB.L-HER65 TO A1ICE ANP PUMPKINS. 1 JHCffft BOMOM6 7Ht BUS TO THE "fisi DP:r,KT fjrrtl 1 nnT YOU fAfl'T NEVER. BOKIS.' THIS BUNCH SKI KKOKT NOfi! Bur you c. LAHO YCUQ SUFFKSOHIC. SHIP AT TH/5 T/NY AIRSTRIP THI3 Gil*.' All- LUP A6ENT.I67 HERE.' THE. RUSSIAN GIRL IS DIS6U15EP AS A MUS5E 1HE KIPNWPED A-.AH 15 THEIR. "PATIENT". A*E STOPPING OVER IH TH£ Tr«X.EAN BOR\S! f=RO« HERE WE CATCH PLANE TO YIENNft AND OH TO THE MOTHERLAND THE AMERtCAM SPIES WiU- HEVER PREAMINS- TO F1NP US HERE, rowiAoe TANYA.' Vlt'PE AWARE OF THAT, .f67.' 1HAHK5! WFtl- TAKE OVER TOW.' THEY'RE TO SHOOT ONE OF TOE P1AWO SCENES,, MISS 61SSOH. GOCO, 1 CAM USE THAT IN MY PLAN., I WAMT TO SEE IF I CM SET YOUR A\YS7ER10US VISITOR TO RETURN. IT WltL BE LESS PAJJGEROUS, .AOY5. BUT COM'T SAY WTHIM3 TO I'LL RESiSTER BOTH OF YOU UNDER ASSLMEP NAMES ANP TELL AV55 MIERE TO FIND YOU m WONT TRY TO TAKE EVERYTHING; MILLIE. I WANT EVERYONE TO THINK MISS SIBSON IS STILL. LIV1NS- ALL RISHT, RP. Ir YOU WANT MS 70, I'LL LIVE AT A HOTEL FOR. A WHILE. I THINK I XNOWA6OOP VAY TO BRING 1IOVE HER, B'JT SHE'P H.WE TO STAY HERE WITHOUT ,VK, K1KBY BSETLS.' WE DON'T N'EEP ONE- TWENTY ANP ALL 15 WELL' ONt-TEM AND ALL IS ves, z. BIST IT'S HARP TO K£= CALM QOICKSAMO, SIR / T!5Y TO KEEP / VOUR PISNITV, CAPT. \ Pc \ VCU'RE A^4 X EVEKVTES MINUTES' ' THAT WAS " SUPPOSED TO BE AN O R A - - . NOT AH ANPAT NOTMIMG TO READ AMD THE ) TV DDT OF UN- IT'S MO FUM WHEJ BtOWD'E A^'O THE KIDS APE AWAY FOR TM EVENIMS /-"' ( I SURE WOU ( MAKEADLJL V_ HERMIT S /f.OOO M. RH. THE FIRST CflUNIOR MAS REHEARSED WELL. HE KNOWS EXACTLY WHAT TO DO. FIRE AND BRIMSTONE, LUCKILY DIET SMITH CAVE Nl WOW TO GET TO WORK' ME CARTE BLANCHE ACCE5S1 THE MOON GOVERNORS SHIP TO THIS PLACE LONCiAGft 1 MUST BE IMMOBILIZED! Of? I'D BE OUT OF LUCK. NO FUMES AND BLAST-OFF -JUST SILENT MAGNETIC POWER." 3O SECONDS, THEN UP TOSOOpOO M.P.H.? MOON MAID, HERE I COME?" OKAY, BUDDY, OLD PAL/\ GOOD LUCK TO US. J THATS THE GOVER«XT5 SACK THERE, ft. MV STUFF

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