Deli* .Democrat-Times 8-Thursday, July 21, '60 Braves Close In On Pirates By Beating Cards---Chi'Sox Cut Yanks Lead Spahn Shuts Out St. Louis 3-0; Bucs lose To Los Angeles, 7-5 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Maybe Chuck Dresscn had the right dope on Warren Spahn and Lew Burdette. Instead of wearing out his two Milwaukee aces in the spring, he has them ready for the sccond r half pennant drive. Spahn, 39, ran his won-lost record to 10-6 Wednesday night by pitching his 49th shutout at the St. Louis Cardinals 3-0. The left- hander has pitched only 14Z innings this year and made 17 starts as compared to 167 innings and 21 starts at this stage last season. Rookie's Homer Wins Burdette, boasting a 10-4 record, had worked only 137 innings and started 22 times. Dressen's Braves clipped Pittsburgh's National League lead to a half game when Los Angeles knocked off the Pirates 7-5 in U innings. Rookie TOM Davis' two- run homer in the llth did the trick (or the Dodgers, despite two home! runs by Pittsburgh's Hal Smith. Glen Hobbie, of the Chicago Cubs pitched seven perfect innings against Cincinnati before Wally Post opened the eighth with; a single. Hobbie finished up with! a two-hitter for a 4-0 verdict in the second game behind Don Newcombe, who had lost five straight. Errors Hurt Jones Errors by Dave Phil ley and Orlando Cepeda put Sam Jones in a hole in the ninth inning of San Francisco's game with the Phillies before Johnny Antontlli got the third man out to nail down Jones' 12th victory 3-1. Spahn scattered seven hits and didn't allow a runner to advance past second base, while Jpe Adcock and Hank Aaron did the slugging with a pair of taps-measure jobs against Ernie Broglto. Ad- cock hit a 450-foot drive into the Weachers for his 15th homer, ani Aaron slammed No. 26 into thi same sector, extending his bat ling streak to 15 straight games Dodgers Scuttle Pirates The Dodgers, who have won I. of their last 23, made it two in a row over the Pirates when Wall, Moon opened the llth with a sin gle off loser Elroy Face, 5-5, an moved to second on Gil Hodges sacrifice before Davis put his sec ond major league homer into thi Coliseum seats. Roger Craig. 3-1; was the win ner in relief. Both clubs krade the bases in the 10th but scores just once after Hal Smith's sec ond home run of the game tied it 4-all in the ninth for the Pi rates. His first homer came with two on in the fourth inning. Duki Snider hit his llth home run fo. the Dodgers. Pale Hose Down Boston 7-1; Indians Win From Bombers, 8-6 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Chicago White Sox, written off for dead after losing four straight at home to tha New York Yankees in mid-June, are very much alive today, breathing on the necks of those selfsame Yankees. Al Lopez, the While Sox manager, had the foresight to clip some of the obituary notices typed by Yankee newsmen, quoting various members of the New York club on the demise of the 1959 league ch a m ps. Lopez pinned them to the bulletin board in the White Sox clubhouse. Apparently the Sox got the message. It is Lopez' turn to smile now with his White Sox only one game behind the Yanks as they move into Yankee Stadium Friday to open a vital four-game series. White Sox Win 5th In Row Chicago won its fifth straight Â·nd its 17th in the last 24 games Wednesday night with the aid of ton lineup, drove in five runs with home runs by Roy Sievers and A! Smith. Although the combined pitching of Russ Kemmerer and Frank Baumann yielded 13 Bosjon hits, Chicago won 7-1. At the same time, the Yanks were having pitching trouble in Cleveland, where the Indians salvaged the finale of their three^ game series with an 8-6 decision despite Roger Maris' 3Ut home run and Mickey Mantle's 23rd. homer for the Indians, and Harvey Kuenn homered and slammed a two-run double. Another late Yankee threat died ninth, Johnny Temple made a leaping catch of Hector Lopez' line drive ending the game. It was Gary Bell's victory and a seventh defeat for Art Ditmar. Washington moved into fifth place, all even at the .500 mark with a 41-41 record by thumping Detroit g-. Faye Throneberry, an occasional starter in the Washing- a double with the bases loaded and two singles. Kansas City's Ray Herbert skirted disaster in the ninth inning while pitching the A's to a 4-3 victory over Baltimore. Maw Throneberry hit a lowering 400- foot homer, and Andy Carey came through with a triple and a double in defeating Milt Pappas. With only one day game on the Thursday schedule in the American-- Washington at Detroit--attention turned to the big weekend series at the stadium between the when, with two men on in the Yanks and White So.x. They meet Friday night, Saturday afternoon, and play a double-header Sunday. Lining up his pitching for the Yankee series, Lopez started fCemmcrer against Boston, a club :hat Chicago has now beaten 11 imes'in 15 starts, including nine straight at Comiskey Park. Kemmerer didn't make it all the way, Hit Baumann finished up with c ive shutout innings although nicked for seven hits. ... OF THE TOTAL OF 10 BILLION DOLLARS SPENT ON ADVERTISING IN AMERICA, NEARLY ONE-THIRD WAS PLACED IN DAILY PAPERS! Why do advertisers show such confidence in the power of newspaper advertising? They know lhat advertising Is a (wo-way street . . . that readers are constantly looking for a myriad oÂ£ goods, services, bargains and ideas. Experience has shown them that newspaper readers are enthusiastic prospects who know what they want and that the place to find it is in their daily newspaper. Advertisers know that their daily newspaper reaches more prospective customers effectively and economically than any other medium. MR. MERCHANT, LET US GIVE YOU RATES AND DATA ON AN EFFECTIVE NEWSPAPER AD PROGRAM FOR YOUR NEEDS! Buchholz' Loss Wrecks Chances Of U. Shelters CinCAG.0 (AP) - Chances of U. S. Davis Cup team members making up the semifinals of (he National Clay C o u r ts Tennis Wednesday when a diminutive South American upset Earl Buch holz Jr., ot St. Louis. Miguel Olvcra, a 5-feet 5, 11- pound speedster from Ecuador, humbled the Ihird-seeded Buchholz, 6-2, (M, in third round competition of the tournament at the River Forest Tennis Club. Three Yanks In Quarter FlaaU Three other members of the U. S. Davis Cup team breezed into the quarter-finals. Barry MacKay, No. 1 seed from Akron, Ohio, eliminated Edwardo Zuleta of Ecuador, 6-3, 6-4; second-seeded Bernard (Tut) Bartzen, the defending champion seeking his third straight Clay Courts title, lobbed his way past 20-year- old Rod Susman of St. Louis, 6-J, 64, and Charles McKinley also of St. Louis defeated Don Russell of Australia, 6-3, 6-2. Also reaching Ihe quarter-finals was Australia's Rod Laver, the Wimbledon finalist who is the No. I foreign seed. Laver dropped his first set to erratic Whitney Reedj of Alameda, Calif., 4-6 but rnllii Tom a 4-3 deficit to win the ond set 7-5 and then powered his way to victory with a 8-0 decision in the final set. Here Are Leaders In Major Leagues By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 180 or more at bats) -- Â·Aspromonte, Geve- and, .323; Power, Cleveland. .322. Runs -- Mantle, New York, 77; Â·laris, New York, 64. Runs batted in -- Maris New York, 76; Skowron. New York, 64. Hits -- Minoso and Smith, Chicago, 1M; Robinson, Baltimore, 00. Doubles -- Skowron, New York, 2; Runnels and Malzone, Boston, "mith, Chicago and Siebcrn, Kanas City, 18. Triples -- Aparicio and Fox, :hicago, 6; Robinson, Baltimore, Nfaxwell, Detroit, Snyder Kansas City and Mantle, New York, 5. Home runs -- Maris, New York, 31; Mantle, New York, 53. Stolen bases -- Aparicio, Chicago, 23; Landis, Chicago, 14. Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions) --Coates, New York, 9-1, .900; Turley, New York, 61,.857. Strikeouts -- Bunning, Detroit, 118; Bell, Cleveland, 100. ABLE AUSSIE By Aton Mover By CHARLES S. KERG IS THIS BEACH'S HACIENDA? I That was our query over the telephone to Coach Wallace Beach, new mentor of the Greenville Hornets, lale Monday. The lead man ot Greenville's Black and Gold grid crew said ho was 3usy "getting some old stuff thrown away, keeping a sprinkler on the practice field and other activities." Coach Beach and his staff are going to Jackson for the clinic of the Mississippi Coaches Association in early August. Be- bre then the new Head Man of the Hornets and his staff will meet with the fans of Greenville on Aug. 27 at the lodge. National League Batting (based on 180 or more at bats) -- Larker, I-os Angeles, .356; Mays, San Francisco, .341. Runs -- Mays, San Francisco, 68; Skinner. Pittsburgh, 6.1. Runs batted in -- Banks, Chicago, 78; Aaron, Milwaukee, 73. Hits -- Groat, Pittsburgh, 121; Mays, San Francisco, 110. Doubles -- Pinson Cincinnati, 25; Cunningham, St. Louis, 23. Triples -- Pinson, Cincinnati and White. St. Louis, 8; Bruton, Milwaukee and Kirkland, San Francisco, 7. Home runs -- Banks. Chicago and Anron, Milwaukee, 26; Boyer, St. Louis, 20. Stolen bases -- Pinson, Cincinnati and Mays, San Francisco, 20; Wills, Los Angeles. 17. j Pitching (based on T or more decisions) -- Williams, Los Angeles, 9-2, .818; Roebuck, Los Angeles. 8-2, .800. Strikeouts -- Drysdale. Los Angeles, 142; Friend, Pittsburgh 117. Jackson Netter Loses In Tourney CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP)Semifinal matches are schedulec today in the girls 11 and 13 age divisions and boys aged 13 group of the U.S. Junior Tennis tournament. Second round results yesterday By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L, Pet. G.B. Pittsburgh 51 35 Milwaukee .... 49 34 .593 .590 Los Angeles ... 45 39 .536 4 St. Louis 45 41 .523 6 San Francisco . 43 40 .518 6'/$ Cincinnati 40 45 .471 lO'/i Philadelphia ... 34 52 .395 17 Chicago 31 52 .373 IS'/i Wednesday Results Los Angeles 7, Pittsburgh 5 (11 innings) Milwaukee 3, St. Louis 0 Chicago 4-3, Cincinnati 0-4 San Francisco 3, Philadelphia 1 Thursday Games Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N) Philadelphia at San Francisco St. Ijouis at Milwaukee Chicago at Cincinnati Friday Games Pittsburgh at San Francisco (N) Milwaukee at Chicago Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N) St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) American League W. L. Pet. G.B. New York Chicago .. Cleveland Baltimore Washington Detroit 40 Boston 33 48 34 .585 49 37 .570 46 37 .55-! 48 42 .533 41 41 .500 42 .4S 51 .333 Greenley's Win 8-3 From Civifans In Boys' Baseball Greenley's won from the Civi- tans 8-3 and Greenville Mills edged Standard Oil 10-0 in Texas League games of the Little Boys Leagues contests Wednesday at Greenway Park. WEDNESDAY RESULTS TEXAS IEAGUE IGr^nwoy Po ,l)_G r Â«,,. Â£a Si" 0 ,;,.' 3 ' 1 Â°--" mi "Â°"Â»" '"". AAlcaiCAN IEAGUE fCc-Timunl'v Ce/veil Karuas City . . 3 1 52 .373 IT/? Wednesday Results Cleveland 8, New York 8 Chicago 7, Boston 1 Kansas City 4, Baltimore 3 Washington 8, Detroit 8 Thursday Games Washington at Detroit Only game scheduled Chicago at New York (N) Friday Games Cleveland at Bostcn (N) Detroit at Baltimore (N) Kansas City at Washington (N) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W. L, Pet. G.B. Atlanta 58 43 .574 Little Rock 50 45 .526 5 Birmingham 51 48 .51 6 Mobile 0 49 .505 J Nashville 49 51 .490 8'/ 2 Shreveport 49 52 .485 9 Memphis 45 48 .43-1 9 Chattanooga 42 53 .420 15^ Wednesday Results Atlanta 9, Birmingham 6 Shreveport 7, Nashville 5 Little Rock 6, Memphis 5 Chattanooga S, Mobile 4 (10 innings) Thursday Games Birmingham at Atlanta Chattanooga at Mobile Shreveport at Nashville Memphis at Little Rock -coi (16). V.F.W. (B}j lloni Â·c-i.I (0)j Horn (0). Playoff cf a BABE s'ulH LEAGUE IHioh School Fi.ld] -- Earti Â» (101, U. S. GvDluni [91 THUISDAY GAMES DIXIE LEAGUE (Mill 5J. Poikl--lit Nat. nwl _ vi. Whitacr.; ScVd Josvl u. SOUTKFBN LEAGUE IGi.enwavt-ltcli- ai vs. Grafiofi; Ccta-Cola vi. V/ancn NATIONAL LEAGUE (ConvTM n i, v Cen ',., iÂ«lal- P3Â»lon vi. Otlla Vidfr, ff.tt Pon I. O.-a.-co Cr-ib. BASf RUTH LEAGUE fH'gl, School FWdJ -- MOCIB Lodco vi. U.S. Gypiwn. Green Bay Opens Work Thursday GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP)-The Green Bay Packers launch training for their 41st professional football campaign Thursday with 23 rookies due to check in with Coach Vince Lombard! and his aides. Lombardi, who piloted the Packers to their best N'ational Football League record in 15 years in his rookie year at the helm in 1959, was optimistic but guardedly cautious. We'll have a better team than last year, b-jt it's difficult to say how well we'll do," he said. "We caught a few teams by surprise last season and they'll be laying for us this fall. And it looks as if most of Ihe other clubs have improved, too." The Packers wound up last year with a respectable 7-5 record. Blue Flame BILLY STACY'S C O A C H FRANK "TOP" IVY hasn't decided if he will use the former Mississippi State star and one of ihe greatest rookies to como into the National Football League on offense this fall after playing mostly on defense last season. At Ihe end of last season with the Cardinals Stacy snid: Now that I've satisfied myself (and everybody else for that matter) that [ could play defense in the National Football League, I'd like to get a shot at offense just to see if I could cut it that way too." Ivy said: "St. Louis fans are going to like Stacy. He knows only one thing and that's hustle. I wish we were in position to use him on offense but he's such valuable man on defense that we can't spare him back there. Hou ever, let's wait and see what happens in training camp." Since Â·ast season ended, Billy has come up with an additional rooter. He and his wife, the former Patsy Fitzgerald of Greenville, are the parents of Stephanie Ann, 9 pound, 9 ounce young lady born (an. 5 in Greenville. Stacy signed lis contract several months ago. 3il!y is a native Delran. He was born at Drew and attended high school at Winona where he picked up four letters each in football and basketball and three each in baseball and track and one in tennis, a total of 15 letters. In addition to leading Winona to Delta Valley Conference titles in football he set high and low hurdle records. . HORNETS' LOSS IS EAGLES' GAIN: David Ely, young quarterback who was a whiz last season and with E. E. Bass Junior High will go to school at Drew and will be lost to the Hornets. David's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ely, will be living in Sunflower county, near Parchman, in the Drew school district. In addition to being a topnotch athlete and participating in the sports program all the way, young Ely was a 00 student. Good luck David. The flornets will miss you a f f f-j f U The Favorite Reading Habit Of The Mid-Delta NEED ^ MONEY/ ^ t, f f - ?l Â«tl Â· WALKER FINANCE CO. CHOKE EP4-4S44 ' included: Boys 13: Bill Shippey and Richard Howell, Atlanta, beat Bobby Ecuyer and Phillip Adams, New Orleans, 6-0, S-0. Girls 13: Patsy Rippy ond Cheryl Stapp, Shawnee, Okla., beat Cindy Kemp, Chattanooga, and Becky Vest Jackson, Miss., 7-5 6-4. See Grady Griffin FOR LOANS 15Â°Â° UP There's Nothing Like GENUINE TILE Â· Ceramic. HTi Â· Tlfrarzo Â· Matlt Â· Vinyl 1 Alpha!! TU Flcin KOESTLER TILE CO. Phone ED 2-:6J4 Hwy. 82 E. Davis Keeps Promise Pirates Are Wilhin One Bad Night Of Lead Loss LOS ANGELES (AP) - Be- games of first-place Pittsburgh. cause Dodger rookie Tommy Davis kept a promise to his pitcher, the Pittsburgh Pirates are within one bad night of blowing that fat Ive-game lead they held only a week ago. The score was tied 5-5 in the llth inning Wednesday night and Wally Moon was on first base when Davis turned to pitcher Roger Craig and told him: "Don't worry. I'm going to win it for you." The Davis stepped up and drove one of Elroy Face's pitches deep into the left-field seats and the Jodgers beat the league leaders "or the second straight night, 7-5. The loss left Pittsburgh a scant ialf game ahead of Milwaukee. A crowd of 51,301 sat in on the 3-hour, 31-minute thriller, running attendance for the first two nights of the series to 102,739. The Dodgers have won 10 of their last 12 games, 15 of their ast 19, and IS of their last 24. They have pulled to within five Mickey Surveys Golf Tiiie Chances WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) These arc tho ones who will be :he toughest to beat." Mickey Wright, the personable pro from San Diego, Calif., was ooking over her chances for a third straight title in the U. 3. iVomen's Open Golf Tournament .hat starts today. "In order, I'd say my toughest competition is going to come from Befsy Rawls, Louise Suggs, Joyce Ziske and Barbara Romack." She made Ihe comments Wednesday aftre finishing her preparations for Ibe $7,500 touniey ut :he 6,137-yard Worcester County Club course. The defending champion was slightly hampered by an ailing eft knee, but said she didn't ex- icct it to be a major factor in .he tourney. Manager Walt Alston won't predict the Dodgers will duplicate their dramatic finish o! 1059. when they won the pennant in a playoff with Milwaukee. But he does say IB looks for the sums club--tha Braves--to become tho team to beat. Rebels Clinch Top Spot In Legion Circuit The Rebels clinched first place when they crashed 13 hits to tame the Tigers 11-8 in a senior division game of the American Legion Little Boys Baseball League Wednesday at Greenville Mills Field. The Tigers got 7 hits off Jerry Coachran, who went the route for the Rebels. Wendic Frazies, Leon Loper, Donald Skinner homered for the Rebels. R. Masscy was cliargcd with the loss. The Lions edged the Tigers 2012 in a minor league game at Maude Bryan Park. 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