The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 21, 1960 · Page 9
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Delta Democrnt-Tlmcs Thursday, July 21, '60 D ·^ ^fe M ^M · · · · · _^ · J i i i u i o M a j , tfuijr ^1, uw J PGA^alled Arnold Palmer Benefit--Plan Improvement Of Eagle Lake 72 Hole Medal Play Test Launched Today AKRON, Ohio (AP) - They're callng this «nd PGA championship an Arnold Palmer benefit. And lire big belter from Ligon- icr, Pa., has all the weapons to make the forecast come true in the 72-hole medal play test launched today over Firestone Country Club's awesome acres. But the year's big money winner, Masters and Open champion, faces a potent par and a fast field as he goes after his seventh tournament conquest of the year. Par Won't Be Fooled Old man par--lie's 70--is not to bo fooled with sinco architect Robert Trent Jones revamped the course ofr the benefit of the play- for-pay contingent. The best pre- tourney guess was that 28-1 or 285, against a par of 280, would grab the $9,000-pluh top prize. Siege gun hitters, firing with the precision of Sgl. Alvin York, were conceded the best chance. The fairways aren't narrow enough to force a single file procession, but they are unusually slim and are dotted with drive- snaring traps and bordered by Sfarkvilie Girl In Tourney Semis ASHEVILLE, N. C. (AP) Mrs. Kay Eckford of Slarkvill Miss., gained a semifinals berth in the first annual Asheville Worn en's Invitation Amateur Golf (our- nament by defeating Mrs. Harry Henderson of Alexandria, La., 2-up. Today Mrs. Eckford plays Mrs Barbara Stark of Asheville in on of two matches. Mrs. Stnrk yester day defeated medalist winner Mary Emma Manley 1-np, icavy rough and dank woods. The greens are big--aome could equire 100-foot putts--and they ire guarded by ponds, streams, or 'awning bunkers slightly smuller han the Sahara, The dozen par-four holes aver- ge 431 yards, seven being 450 or onger. Tho four par threes aver ag 218. and the two par lives 526 ·nrds--one stretching a prodigious 125 with a b e c k o ning pond itrctched across the front of the ;reen. B«sl Puller To Win Generally the proa figure that 'whoever Is putting will win." But one long hitter said after Wednesday's practice round in a 20-mile wind, "the big question today was jetting to the green so you coulc start putting. Now Finsterwald, the 1958 winner, fashioned a six-birdie practice round Wednesday. He was Forced to use a pood for his sec ond shot on 10 of the 18 holes due' to the extreme length. The odds-fellows are saying the top dozen, not necessarily in this onlor, at the finish will bo Palmer, Finslerwald, Julius Boros, Mike Souchak, Tommy Bolt, Ben Hogan, Ken Venturi, Gene Littler Jerry Barber, Sam Snead, Jack Fleck and Doug Ford. All-Star Softball Game Here Friday The championship K e 11 u m Hardware team will battle an All-Star team of the Greenville Softball League in a game at Carrie Stem Field Friday night at 8 o'clock. The annual All-Star game is expected to attract a big crowd. jThe classic was announced by Plagued Now By Shad Public Meeting At Vicksburg Tuesday SIX BASS IN 45 MINUTES weighing an estimated 10 pounds were pulled from Lake Ferguson Wednesday by S/ Sergt. Jim Fancher, 706 Arnold Avenue, who is stationed at Greenville Air Force Base. Sergt. Fancher said he was fishing in an area near the willows on the Arkansas side o! the lake. (Staff photo) Graham To Greet College Stars CHICAGO (AP) - Head Coach Otto Graham today will greet 44 top collegiale football players with the assignment of beating the Hal timore Colts. The squad -- all graduates -will open drills Friday at North western University with the ain of victory over the National Foot ball League champions In the 27t annual All-Star Gamo In Soldie Field, Aug. 12, By JAMES SAGGUS Associated Press Staff Writer The State Game and Fish Com- tission is planning to improve Eagle Lake, a favorite fishing spot ow plagued by an overpopulation f shad. Director John Camp said the Commission will hold a public meeting in Vicksburg next Tues- ay night to discuss the situation r ith sportsmen and see whether itey can help finance the work. A study of fish taken from a howed more than 95 per cent vere shad, a variety useless to sportsmen and harmful to desirable species. Shad Keep Down Other Fish The shad have reached such ize and proportion that they are :eeping down other fish. Camp cstimnled poisoning shad n the lake would cost about $6,000 and said "we just don't have the money to do il all ourselves. We hope the sportsmen will be able o help us finance it. The poisoning method has been .ested thoroughly, Camp said, and safe. The shad is more sus ceptible than other fish to the xiisons which will be used. "Of course," he said, "a few other fish probably will be killed aut not many. And it haa reache the stage where we think we havi to do something." Eagle Lake, an old arm of the Mississippi River north of Vicks burg, is a self-stocking lake Overflows from the Misslssipp River during high waler send in an abundant quantity of other fish Tha lake and Albemarle Bend the same area got another boos in attraction for sporUmei SEMI-ANNUAL MEN'S BOYS' WEAR Now Going On - - Bargains Throughout GROUP OF MEN'S The Store! N E C K W E A R VALUES TO $3.50 C Summer Suits STRAW HATS VALUES 55.00 TO $20 Including Natural Shoulder Models $39.95 To $135.00 Value STRAW HATS BROADCLOTH Odds and Ends Broken Sizes -- VALUES $5.00 TO $15 ONE GROUP Of Suits Up To $89.50 NOW- Long Sleeves--Long Lengths VALUES TO $5,95 rt PRICE BOYS' WEAR Summer Suits Sport Goats Knit Shirts Sport Shirts. Dress Slacks S U M M E R S L A C K S Bermuda Shoris Swim Trunks SPORT Pleated and Plain Front Models -COATS Including Natural Shoolder Models _ LARGE SELECTION SHORT SLEEVES Knit Sport VALUES $19.95 TO SIOO.OO NOW -- SHIRTS ONE GROUP ?5.00 TO ?35.00 VAL. Now Reduced To ENTIRE STOCK NOT INCLUDED ilh th« announcement by Camp lat Louisiana has agreed to oo- Dperate in regulating fishing. Louisiana, which shares owner- lip of the lakes, agreed to en- ,rce regulations substantially the ame as those ot Mississippi, liese include closing the areas o commercial fishing from Feb through Aug. 31 yearly, plus specifying the size of seines anc rats. Mississippi previously enforcet s regulations, but Louisiana die ot push its regulations rigidly Tin lakes are on the Mississipp ide of the Mississippi River, iso- ated from most of Louisiana They are the Old River channe iot constitutes the boundary be- ween the two states. Need Fishemen To Help "We need commercial fisher Lien to help keep the lakes In hape," Camp said, "but we also leed regulations." Camp said some quarters hai misinterpreted comments abou he lake and understood tha Jagle Lake water was now bac le emphasized that the onl hing wrong with the lake was rom a sportsman's viewpoint, ai oversupply of shad. The State Game and Fish Com mission plans to release the date of migratory bird hunting season next week. The dates will be fixet [or waterfowl, mourning dove coots, woodcock, snipe and othe varieties. Mississippi sportsmen can e pect a fine turkey hunting seaso next spring barring unforesee changes in prospects. The d weather of the spring and sui mer has aided the hatch this ye and will make for more turke during the hunting season. The weather has had little | feet on other sports. Vets Show Braves Way To Victory MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The sea l-oncd warhorses accustomed to jjpennant pressure are showing the Way in the Milwaukee Braves' ! drive to take over first place in the National League. The Braves swept to their seventh straight victory by blanking tha St. Louis Cardinals 3-0 ! Wednesday night as louthpaw I Warren Spahn fired a seven-hitter jjand hammerin' Hank Aaron and Joe Adcock hit homers. "We're getting the pitching, ou hitters are coming through--and away we go," said Milwaukee Manager Charlie Dressen. "these guy are playing ball and it's go- Ing to take plenty to beat them." 49th Spahn Shutout Spahn posted his 49th shutout of his brilliant career In earning his 10th victory in 16 decisions this year. !t was the 39-year-olc left-hander'a 277th major leagui triumph, boosting him into a 14th place tie again with Early Wynn of the Chicago White Sox on the ,ial-time winning list, Spahn's performance, cou i w i l h the 450-foot blows by Aaron and Adcock, pointed up the come- iback of the Braves since (hey .slipped 6'/£ games off the pace starting the month of June. Spahn was only 2-2 seven weeks ago. Since then he has won eight of 12 decisions. The other two! members of the Braves' "Big! Three" mound staff also are hol.f Lew Burdelte has a 7-2 record] and [Job Buhl 5-1 in the same period. Major Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Batting -- Faye Throneberry, Senators, drove in live runs Wednesday with a double and two singles in Washington's 8-6 triumph over Detroit. Pitching -- Glen Hobbie, Cubs, pitched seven perfect innings before giving up leadoff single to horpe's Drive Wins For Rocks 5 Over Chicks y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A 33-year-old outfielder who akes his living as * commer- al photographer during th« of I ason is the man chiefly respon- for keeping Little Rode a jntender in the Southern Assn ascball race. The Travelers kept pace with ague-leading Atlanta Wednesday ght by nudging the Memphis hicks 8-5 wit)i Bob Thorpe the cy mar in Little Rock's victory Thorpe smashed a screaming ne drive homer to ignite a Little lock rally in the fifth inninj hen the Travelers were bchin parked Uttle Rock to victory ver the Chicks by smacking two omers. Crackers Humble Barons Atlanta, meanwhile, humiliatec le Birmingham Barons by drop- ing them for the second slraigh ight, M. Shreveport defeate ashville, 7-5, and Chattanooga laded Mobile, 5-4, in 10 innings When Birmingham stormed int own Tuesday, the Barons wer 11 primed to show Atlanta tha leir manhandling of the Crack rs in Birmingham was no fluk ast week. But Birmingham apparently overlooked the firepowe xmtained in the Cracker bats. In Wednesday night's contesl Jirmingham was breezing akm with a 6-0 lead, thanks in par o Stan Paly's three-run homer ind had sent Atlanta ace pitche 'etc Richer! to the showers. Then, in the fifth inning, Allant erupted for five hits and five runs routing Birmingham starter Ro Nischwitz. The big How was double by Dick Tracewski. Th Crackers put the game away i the seventh by scoring four moi runs, including a three-run home by Tim Harkness. Chicks Down To Sixth The loss to Little Rock co Memphis its sixth place standin Shreveport took over that spo dropping Memphis to seventh. In winning, the Sports had to urn back two Nashville rallies. Ihreveport wrapped it up with wo runs in the eighth. The contest featured a temper ianlrum by Nashville's big hitter, Shico Alvarez. He became so enraged «fter being called out on Ha was "not a suitable opponent or the champion. Emilo Bruneau made the deci- ion yesterday shortly after being amed chairman by Gov. Jimmie Davis. He said he had not turned been no racially in Louisiana since There has lixed fight 892. But the U.S. Supreme Court janned the state's interracial sports law last year. urned Down Match Because Jay Portilla Not Suitable Foe For Brown... Bruneau NEW ORLEANS (AP) ~ The ew chairman of Louisiana's Ath- lic Commission says he turned own a match between lightweight lampion Joe Brown and a white ·nan, Ray Portilla, becauso For- fight down on racial grounds romoter Lou Messina plannec he lOround, non-title bout for ,ug. 10. V. S. Bans Sports Law Bruneau said "Portilla has hac "KO over Brown in San Antonio 'ex., a "fluke." Brown receive a broken rib and was unable to Tulana Nelter avored In Bama MOBILE Ala. (AP)-A Tutane Jniversiry netter, Lee Fentress o Baton Rouge, La., was favore, to win the men's title in tha Ala bama state tennis tournament. Fentress was top-seeded in h men's play, which started today Carolyn Rogers, Shreveport a,., recent winner of the Mia siseippi Open, drew the lop scei n the women's division. Ths youngsters completed the 1 play yesterday. Eddie Terrel Birmingham, defeated Billy Ma lory, Anniston, 6-4, 6-1, to ga: the junior title. ontinue. Bruneau said 'Portilla has had' 0 fights in the last four years nil he's won three and had one raw." He said Porlilla had rawn his list light with Nolan Hollandale Meets Batesvilie Tonight WEST POINT - Hollandalo Ducks, winner over Laurel and Gulfport, takes on Batesvilie tonight in the State Semi-Pro Tournament. The Ducks have defeated Balm villa handily . in a recent gams and will be favored to repeat. Tho West Point Packers, who exploded for nin» runs in the Juplessls, "a boy who fights In e '8 n 'h 'nning and a 13-2 victory our-rounders in New Orleans." Cubs' Hobbie Is Winner Over Reds CINCINNATI (AP) -Glen Hob- iie just can't seem to get past he eighth Inning without trouble, xit that doesn't keep him from «lng the winningest hurler for Chicago's lackluster Cubs. He and the Cubs' new catcher, Elvin Tappe, cooked »p a perfect game for seven innings Wednesday night --no hits, no walks. But Hobble couldn't get past hat eighth inning jinx. Wally D ost banged a leadoff singla for GncinimU'i first hit. Hobbie bore down and shut out the Reds 4-0 in the opener of a wi-night doubleheader. Cincinnati eked out a 4-3 nightcap victory. "Post hit a fast ball for that lirst hit off ma in the eighth," said Hobbi*. This is familiar stuff to Hdbble, now 9-11 for the season. He worked up a no-hilter the same way June M against Milwaukee. But in the eighth inning on his first pitch, Del Crandal broke up the no-hitter homer. Also, against St. Louis last year he held the Cards hltless for 5 Innings, but then Stan Musia singled. over Linirel Wednesday night, advance to Friday night play against the Batesville-Hollandale winner. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago -- Sonny Ray, 171. Chi. cago, stopped Billy Ryan, 171, Lowell, Mass.. 1. Ernest Terrell 196, Chicago, outpointed Joe Homphill 192, Chicago, 8. Albuquerque, N.M. -- Davey Moore, stopped San Antonio, Tex., 8. (non title). 129, Springfield, Ohio., Frankie Valder 1281/3, JO* T I P S ON i.v. P-R-0-O-R-A-M strikes in the first inning, he ilammed his bat against the grandstand. His display cost him a night's work as he was thrown out of the game by the umpires torn* threa runs in the ninth inning. Fortunptely for the Lookout liurlers, their teammates came up with a run in the 10th inning lo win the conies I anyway. Stoneham Says His Giants Nof Hustling SAN FRANCISCO (AP)- Pres ident Horace Stoneham says his San Francisco Giants aren't husl ling, but he doesn't plan another Paint Sale of Discontinued Colors Flat Wall Paint $ Q 41 Semi Gloss Enamels $ Q Reg. $8.45 GAL. 0 R*g. $7.52 GAL. 0 Burk Hall-Tayloe Paint Glass Co, 151J Hwy. 81 E. Across From P. 0. Phone PINE BLUFF - KATV ~ CHANNEL T - CABLE 1 liOQ Abour Fcxoi I.JO 5·-..!· 2;00 Day in Cow it 2,30 Gate Storm 3:00 Beat Clock 3j3Q Who Da YOJ Truil ·4:00 Bsrxiilnnd X,M Poctj. 5.00 Gariox--l 5,30 locVy 6:00 N«wi «:li Vllobll 4i33 SUvt Con-ton 7,00 Donna Ke»d 7,30 HtCoyl 8:00 Jtc'n Omon 8:30 UnKuthoblll 9,30 U.S. Honhol 10.00 Ntw» 10,15 "Great O'MalW PVIDAT t,t CH.rlun B.U Doll, Wopd «,00 l« 10,00 Alovl U.30 sW 11 ill Kr*t 11.00 luilm Out Get A Home Improvement Int Loan ... 4:00 managerial change this season. Neither does he think the fifth place Giants are out of the pen not he the manager of the San Francisco Giants this year,' Stoneham said Tuesday night. ±iMinor Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast Leagut Vancouver 4. Seattle 3 Portland 7. Spokane 5 Tacoma 8, San Diego 6 Salt Lake 5, Sacramento 4 International League Montreal 9-0, Buffalo 3-7 Toronto 5, Rochester 1 Richmond 5, Jersey City 3 Columbus 5, Miami 0 American Assn. Indianapolis 7-4, Dallas - Forl Worth 2-2 St. Paul 5, Minneapolis 4 (13 innings) Louisville 3, Charleston ] Houston 5, Denver 0 Wally Post in the eighth inning;, finished up with a two-hitter for| 4-0 victory in first game of double! header in Cincinnati. -WARNER BROS'TECHN.CffllOR TOMORROW SATURDAY j| Show Starts -- 7:39 1,00 About fo« 1,30 Suit 5,00 Day In 1.30 Got l.CC Si30 Wk r«e 4, DO LAST DAY FTRST RUN GREENVILLE JACKSON - WLBT CHANNEL * - CABLE S TRY OUR FAST CARRY-OUT SERVICE Starts Soon BIG FISHERMAN" Fried Chicken Pizza Pies · Chicken Livers · Chicken Gizzards BUBBLER'S RESTAURANT MONROE - KNOE - CHANNEL 8 - CABLE 4 15,00 County Karn 3:30 f*j. of Ntahl 1*15 Oo,n Hou.. 00 SXc 13,35 Wo,Pd lu^i 3,15 Huc 1,00 B.'K, ,, Won. 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