The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 2, 1965 · Page 8
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Invade Pensacola Games At Four Parks iGreenvi.le Meets In Boys Baseball Here The results in Tuesday's sccond| round of games in Little ttoysl Cfaffl Unl Baseball al [our parks follows: | *««»«» "lit Playing field. Mill Road Park. Greenville Bank -- Hits 6. Runs 0. Pitcher Branning; Greenville Grave, Co - Hits 7 Run, 7 g^g fo QgHg JACKSON -- Mississippi fisher Pitcher Lipo. Jaycees -- Hits 3, Runs 4,| Pilchcr Shenvood; Rotary Club- Hits 1, Runs 2. Pilcher Hicks. Playing field. Greenway Park. Greenville Mill -- Hits 3, Runs 2, Pitcher Hodges; Civitan Club -Hits 5. Runs 10, Pilcher Williamson. Standard Oil -- Hits 2. Runs 5, Pensacola-Mobile Winner Saturday (irecnville Allied Van Lines, undefeated and pace- setting team in ttic Softball League here, will meet the winner of the Pensacola- Muhile game in the fiesta of Five Flags invational Softball Tournament at Pcnsacola, Fla., men h'aw been playing'lhc waters Sal»_rday. If the Greenville team SOLID AS SOPH By Alan Mover j , Crappie of the state with above-average results during the past week. Reports from widely scallcrcd areas indicate that the fish nre h i l l i n g wins they will play a second game at 2:30 p.m. Saturday. Manager Samuel E. "Skecter" Fleming nf the Greenville team well almost everywhere, the Stale .received the pairings of Ihe tour- Game and Fish Commission ports. Delta Lakes Among Hottest Places Pitcher Norwood/. Tubcrtini Con-! The delta lakes have emerged, I struction Co. -- Hits 9, Runs 13, after Pitcher Sherman. Playing field, Community Center. A. G. Pa.xlon Co. -- Hits 11. Runs 9, Pitcher Barnetl; Meadors Chevrolet Co. -- Hits 5, Runs 12. Pitcher Brown. F.Iks Club - Hits 6, Runs 5. Pitcher Harris: Delia Vklco -Hits 13. Runs 18, Pilcher Winters. Playing field, Greenville High productivity as some of the lxt- cst places in the slate for crappie Srhool. Allied Van Line -- Hits 1, Runs 2. Pitcher Spears; McKee Lumber Hdwe. Co. -- Hits 2, Runs 0. Pifrher Crnmnton. a rather long spell of un- '·inament loday. Seek Funds For Trip The (irccnvillc Lcani is seeking" funds to dcfr.iy expenses for tta' trip lo Pcnsacola. Reports are | that the funds for expenses are and bream. coming in .slowly. The funds are Eagle Lake north of Vickshiirg.j"":" 1 " 1 immcdialely. Persc/ns j yielded some f i n e ralrhcs of. w ' s l l i n S lo fi' vc money lo drfr.iyl crappie and bream In a Ilirec mati| l -M 1( ' nsrs rf l l l c lc;u " I" Pcnsa- j party consistinc of lliimrr Tac-. 11 " 1 ! 1 ""C "^f' 1 I" mail the checks! Kelt. Frank Parker and .lini| m a ' I c payable to Ibe Greenville I r o n M v u r l i n n en- Softball Lrapie ID J i m m y l.nyn pinccr for the Game and l r isb' |pa (!" p president, P.O. Box 5151 Coiiiinissitiii, .slnlcd water is a* clear ai liopcd at Ea;le, ami water level is w i t h i n [wo of nnrmal. NOTICE CF SIOCKH010ESS M E E T I N G i ] mt nnr [|, o f H n f l l c l i f S CllOt- COMPRESS COMPANY ard Lake, another of the old i l l a t ihr::rcciiville. ; could he that Inc flMt The Fiesla ot live Mags Tiir-| nameill is lriiij; held S a t u r d a y for Ihe sixtrailh year. Last se.ison (Jrcenville won Mic stale championship, delcating_a Jackson , . . , , , . , , l c a m '» l l l e linah at McCunib, Ke,«b» 5 iv,n r,ii t « .hoi A. river beil lakes, and reports from j nsncchllv inviicd I,. ,,. C^JLX^'^'^ «TM --' "»l crappie are ^ o^ ^ale X. A l^on "l"lpinT Lake, lying - - ~ U * «TM wi » ^ bc * Snead Will Try In The U.S. Open For His 25th Time Grampfon Second In Money Winners ed from second place by iCrampton. dropped to the No. |3 slot with J37.166.ll and/iJPflr:* - N - |Devlin, third last week/. fUlTta ! : la. (UP!) -- Australia's Bruce! JH!!L-*1.-v ^---- '--s? . (Jramplun, winner of last wcek-j,. YES, IT'S TRUE «· eixl's Festival "500" golf lourn-,** vrntT r A W c fn ~ NLW YORK ( U P I ) - Slam-| a m c n t . j un ,ped from f i f t h to," rniii' Sam Snead will try to! scccnc i p | acc ; n this week's «· YOU CAN $ BORROW .Minnesota Chicago Detroit Baltimore Cleveland Los Angeles Boston New York Washington Kansas City money winnings. American League .qualify for his 25th straight'Professional Golfers Association W. L. Pet. GB U.S. Open golf tournament nexl| o ffj c i a i 27 15 .643 ,..|wcck when 459 players across: Man lake Iheir final ex-'. Cramptoii. who collected $15. anis for entry into the 1905 W or his first-place finish at 27 25 25 21 25 21 19 20 10 16 .528 "/ 18 .558 3 4 .512 V/, .510 5 1 /; 21 20 24 22 .488 6'/ 2 26 .422 D/2 23 .417 10 29 .256 15'/ 2 Tuesday's Result Los Angeles 4 Boston I (Only game scheduled) Los Angeles San Francisco C i n c i n n a t i Milwauke St. Loui\ I Houston Pillsburfjh Philadelphia Chicago New York National League W. L. Pet. 29 17 2li 21 championship. Final 36-hole lests are scheduled at (our sites on June 7 and at another nine on June 8 to fill out I lie last 119 berths in the s t a r t i n g field of 150 teeing off in the big show at St. Louis June 17-20. The first 31 spols went to a group of hot shots exempt from all qualifying trials on the basis of past performance. Lead ing t h a t group are defending i c h i i i n p i u n Ken Venturi, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Billy ·Casper, Tony Lema ant! Bubbj otal of $43,095.17 thus far this ·ear. Jack Nicklaus, who holdsl£ down the first-place position'- with 517,900.00 in official eam- by-passed the Festival Open. Doug Sanders, who was oust- 21 24 20 25 20 25 18 23 ndianapolis, now lias won a li For 30 Days At ·» A cos! of Only J I Ofl *, 1 «· ·* YBI, or.d II jevf r.MJ «xtMdi JSO ** «A inoar *"«·" - · · * " "* '«^T« * 4» mach ITIM* HM* thon 30 rioyi ln« «;. ._ *cn* lermuta O9BII"! fiTBfldlr, «« -" DEFENBAUGH FINANCE -IN LELAND- FOR A QUfCK SALE USE THE WANT ADS IN THE DELTA DEMOCRAT-TIMES , 15. 1965 ci 1G.C3 . . in 1l-t Hfi;e of Gie-nvllle CotnO'BU Cvn- r.-inv. OIJ Ltland Rood, GfBinvillB, Mn- cast Eagle, has Iwen producing above average catches of both bream and crappic. ]tered. The roster nf the (iicnwillc am who will make Ihc trip lo Now we're fgiffB* Dealers but we still can't air condition everything ...just houses, stores, offices, restaurants, bowling alleys, churches, theaters, etc. More people put their confidence in Carrier air conditioning than In any other make Air Conditioning Sales 121 S. Walnut 334-9707 "Vnsacola includes Manager leming, Paul (Junior) G r i f f i t h , "ommy McGehoe, Monroe Willams, Ray Quong, Lee Wallace, cd the only extra base hils. !en 0;ikes, E n n n c t t Swecden, ' Here's Results In Negro L. L. Openers A t k i n s ville Mil Delia League openers nF Ihe Negro Little Lc;iguc games. J. R. Saw ilcfcnrrtt (ircen- Is Tuesday 6-4 in the Kicliarrl \vas Ihe \vinninr; pitcher and \V. (iirn Ihe laser. Ii. Jordan of A t k i n s with [wo doubles collccl- ohu Azar, Robert [.angley, Jim- ly Colhran. Billy Hood, Jerry [ill "Chief" O l t r e m a i i Wcs 'rcrland Lib Cower and Jimmy aye, the business manager. loyce Sulton Is Low Gross Here Royce Suttnn \\as low grossi inner in the Tuesday t o u r n a m e n t ; f Ihe most 4's, fi's (j's and 7's at Greenville Golf and Country luh. Ellie Glezen had the most 4's; ulia Alvarez the most 5's; Millie loody the most O's and Hetty iingley the most 7's. Many o[ Hie GGCC golfers were n Vicksburg for tho Mississippi Vomen's Golf Association lournii- ment. Jose Medel Wins. Eyes Title Bout WEMBLEY. England ( U P I --Jose Medel, second - ranked 1 bantamweight, today is eyeing) Fighting Ilarada's world crown a f t e r Tuesday night's sixtli- round TKO over Waller McGowan. Mode], (he Mexican champion of his division, stopped Ihe British ami Empire flyweight king at 2:52 nf round six when Referee Ike Powell halted the bout because McGowan was in a dazed condition following a knockdown. Pure Oil won from U. S. Gypsum 7-5 in the second game. J. Gaile was w i n n i n g pitcher and G. Daniel t h e loser. R. White smashed a double for Pure Oil. VFW meets Sacrel Heart and l-'uneral Director takes on WESY al 6 p.m. in loday's games at DeLainc Park. BABE RUTH LEAGUE Recreation Commitlee won from VFW 4-3 in the Babe Rulh League. Jcssi; Taylor was losing hurl r and Eddie Jwies Ihe laser. P. D. Condon edged Sacred leart 7-1 in the second game. Vadc Curtis was winning pitcher ind Carl Hughes the loser. In Thursday's games nt Rounds Park at 4 p.m. P. D. Condon meets Recreation Commillee am VFW takes on Sacred Heart. Shelby Defeats Soso 12-2 For State B. Title SHtXY -- Shelby Tigers won Ihe Mississippi Class B. high school baseball championship with a 12-2 victory over Soso here Tuesday. Louis Tackell's three run home run pul Shelby in frunl and in Ihe f i f t h Ihe Tigers got 8 runs on as many hits. Relief pilchcr Tac- ketl was the winning hurler. Shelby's team, coached by F. li. Allegrczza, former Delta Slale star hiul a .310 b a l l i n g average ami Ihe pitchers a 1.20 earned run average. .fi30 .551 V/ 2 \ 21 20 .515 «~, .,i CT Ji'/i Snead. now 52 and with fainl 21 i\ .533 4y? . . . . . ,, ., r ^y 7 ,/|hopcs ol winning the only ina- ' j 7 |'Jljor crown that has oludrd him 4H gi' Z j w '" a t t e m p t to qualify in i h e l 411 R I ' I Detroit section on J u n e S. Thir- '' ,, .,"' ly-five players are shooling for! / 2 j ] . i berlhs at Detroit. Tuesday's Results New York 10 Chicago 5 St. Louis 2 San Francisco 1 Milwaukee 2 Hous. 1. night Pittsburgh 4 Phila. 0. night NEW YORK (UP) - Trainer Harold Young may have an- mher surprise for Saturday's D7lh running at Ihp, Bctmonl Stakes, final jewel in racing's Triple Crown. (UPI)! The M-ycar-old trainer of long (Only games scheduled) Speedway Jackpot Is All-Time High INDIANAPOLIS, Imi. Young Confident Of Belmonl Upset --The way the mile payoff is Memorial Dny Speedway's 500- ballooning, auto race the soon be a million dollar a f f a i r . NATIONAL LEAGUE r.cnn Gram hurled Walker h'arms to a 1C-9 victory over i Shnmoon. Wardoll Ferguson smashed .1 home runs for V/all rjr Farms off (he pitching of Shamoon's J i m m y Brown. Delia Wholesale won from May's 8-2 in (he second gnmf. R. Barnes was winner and Beaufort! was ihe loser. Todaj games at 4 p.m. at Mamie Brya Park included Rode Building W as.s o n Ton 1 ing and I ,u cky Greenville Lumber. 44th ANNIVERSARY SALE Since 1921 SPECIAL PRICES ON GRAND PRIX Soso Shelby 020 000 0-- 2 100 3EO x--12 Slim Jim Clark will take home lo Scotland t h e paycheck ever handed a driver -- bill whether he will return lo defend his crown next year remained uncertain. So rlid Ihe racing career oi A. J. l-'oyl, the 13M Speedway winner, who said he has been "considering 11 relirement. The Speedway jackpot, split up at Tuesday night's victory banquet, reached an all - time rcc- .arry Welborn, lliulon (5) and illy Welborn; l.arry Young, ackett (5) and Don Young. shol Shcrluck, who won the IOGI BelnionE and spoiled Carry Back's bid for Triple Crown immortality, is confident Selari his ID65 entry, can pull another ' upset. "The mile and a half of Ihc Oclmont should be to Seiari's aclvaiilagc." Young said Tuesday a f t e r shipping his Princr J ohn colt to Monmoulh Park Cleveland Signs Two Key Gridders CLEVELAND, Olib (UP1)- Ihe Cleveland Browjis announced today [J*at flanker Gary Collins and offensive tack ord $628,303 -- an increase ofllc Dick Schafrath, key men in more than $120,000 over last year -- wilh Clark and his Lotus crew sharing $166,621. the team's drive to Ihe championship, have signed 1364 1365 Delta Air Lines TO CHICAGO DETROIT- ST. LOUIS INDIANAPOLIS for Reservations dH Southtra Airways »*·**· \ i Close-out Sale on'the Goodyear Tire that beat i; all Major Competition in its price class in 'i ii ii ii A groat vahiG-oiiT fastest-, selling 1964 3-TNylon lire!' 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