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Delta Democrat-Times Wednesday, June 2, '65 9 Veale Fans 16 As Pirates Win 12 In Row, 4-0-Angels Whip BoSox 4-1 CROSSWORD--.' By Eugene Sbeffer la b % 20 25 £9 W 57 4S 47 Si t4 fa U w ia \ % w # S* ^ 44 0 $ R i4 y // 46 » # % ^ 8 % J5 44 5 i ^ ^ ^ 4 7 ^ 56 ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 iti ^ 49 » Mi # 4 9 $ 26 ^ 4 W 0 tl 44 1 ti 5Z ^ tt ^ Si ^ SI Shatters Own Record SLINGER, NOT SINGER - - By Alan Mover /M//es By Strikeout King By United Press International T HERE'S a controvery among National League batters over who's the Veale or Sandy Koufax. Veale captured (lie Pnilailel- ihia Phillies vote Tuesday night fastest lefthander -- Bob HORIZONTAL 47.» 1. dty in Moslem Italy 49. an old 6. high ftanco card 82. ear 3. turned on axla *. Mohammedan priest 12. Kent 13.Lattesvday SalntD 15.themin personified IBiKrotrpsof nine 17. exist 38. married IJ.ontlw ocean 20, narrow channel '. S2. brother of Moses i ii. attempt S5.occurrence* 27. decay 29. eom- memoratlTa $0. male ·Inger 8 breach St. sucking fish 87.cheat 40. glutted 42. school of wftalea 43. macaws 45. tilt 46, fiymbol for barium nlcknams 6. prinee of military B5. Greek letter B8. stingy hoardef TEBTIOAIi J.maho laca edging 2. Swiss canton var.) 7. large vulture 8. tea. , eagls J B.cook, u r meat ' 10.beneath 11, written composlUta U. culp» 19. had been 20. jewel U. salu- tatlon 12, Volums ot maps 23, eminent 23. Inferior hor» 28. Egyptian god 3L Mexican border town 82. money ot account S3, male unsolicited lesti- Richie Allen and and received monials from Dick Stuarl. The bespectacled pitcher, who Ihe defending NL strikeout king, fanned 16 Phillies to shatter his own all-time Pirale record en roiile to his third straight complete game victory, Bang 17 Hits 85. manl- feet SS. corded fabrla VGln14-3Win Over Pepsi Cola Tonight's Game -- Allied vs. Walker - 8 p.m. By BARRY JONES VG downed Pepsi in a smashing 14-3 victory lasl nigiil, with V6G slugging out 17 hits to their redit. VG's Davis was the winning pitcher, allowing only 3 hits anc triking out I I . Smith of Peps vas the loser, giving way to Brasher in the 5lh inning. sheep 49. Jewel M. undivided Artnr* «"« *t wlrtom: M Btutw. M- commoa O 19«, Klac Tttuom BnA. Ino- bl. 2b. . B'oyloik, Ib. l«y. II. , Wolfed, ct.' ollwvrv, II Kiio, e / n l h n , 3b Colfnon, 2b lolt. If iofola. Ib Pawill. 'if.'". THE WANT ADS REACH OVER 5b,000 PEOPLE EVERY DAY, THAT'S THE REASON FOR THE QUICK RESULTS. , 5 3 3 . 4 t \ . 5 0 3 44 1-1 17 Al I H . 2 0 0 . 3 0 0 . 7 0 0 . 3 0 1 . 3 1 1 .. 2 0 0 . 3 1 1 Allen and Sluarl each wiffed three times. The triumph was the 12th straight for Pittsburgh and li-l nally sprung (hem from ninth place into seventh. Tn other National League Milwaukee defeated Houston 2(. Louis edged San Francisco 2-1 md New York battered llie Chi- ·ago Cubs 10-5. In (he fast hall rlehate over /eale and Koufax, most bailers concede Sandy has the besl curve ball, hut lhal Vcale's 1 - 'asl ball is superior. The most remarkable part of Vcale's performance Tuesday was t h a t he warmed up, then waited an hour ami 25 minutes because of a rain delay, pitched one inning, then had to wail another 35 minulcs because rain hailed the proceedings. But the giant 6 [oot-6-inch. 220 - pounder has bulllike strength. He struck out five of Ihe tast six bntters on a night when he. had first warmed up at 7:45 p.m. and finished game at J2:!5 a.m. "I was a litlle tired toward the end." Veale grinned, but his catcher, Jim Pagliaroni argued: "He was throwing bullets right down to the lasl man." 'flio Piralcs kayoed Art Ma- haffoy in Ihe lirst inning with (wo runs on singles by Dob Bailey and Bill Virdon, a passed ball, a sacrifice fly and Don Clemlenon's single. Hank Aaron and Mack Jones Home In 4-1 Victory Curly lambsau Dies In Wisconsin STURGEON BAY. Wis. (UP1) --E.L. (Curly) I.ambeau, who organized the Green Bay Pack- By Uniled Press International crs from a group of his high TY Cobb would have loved l i t t l e Jose Cardenal.,school pals and saw the team Jose plays baseball like the i m m o r t a l Georgia [through one financial crisis a!Peach advocated--always running, Casey Stengel calls tcr another, ciicil uf an appar- it "run, rabbit, run." The discotheque term would be cnt heart attack Tuesday night, 'a-go-go" but however you say it, Jose spells speed. [He was 67. CnrclL'nn! stole home for the second time t his 5eason:sensrm nnrl his nearest rival is cf the and j Lambcau, a pioneer Tuesday with the decisive run i n . U c r l Campanerii of the Kansns|Nntimal Football League ' ( h e I.os Angeles Angels 4-1 tri-'city Alrilelics, who has 11. j a Hall of I-'amc member, died j u m p h over Hosloa in Iho rallyJ ..^ ^ R ,. . ( ain j, while mmvinq a lawn at the !American League game. j ^ ^ ^^ tg ^^ Anr ^\ ]mme O f a fHeiicl. The (lie h Angels hrfl was Canlcnal's letti.Mnnagor Bill Rigncy revealed i l nm | Ka ,, rn . year mid left the 160- ^ rfouhle hy Cardenal. whr i* t ., s [ ro: ii 111!) 5-fnnl-lfl Inrh speedster;i^^pj, .373. srt u p n, G [i rsl N r L Trcon | |, ic'wl the Pack- Ihrruiph I!)W. an r c-rinlin':rH!S ser- ! stealing derby. in front in the AL base-!Angel run following an errorlvice. His teams captured six | in the second inning. An infielrl w'l. championship-, nnd lied out scored n run and mnved for ili tiile onrc. His 31-year- M K | Carrlenal lo third. Then he spcdi rc cor! w i i h (irern Hay was w j n _lhorne when Morehead pitched; 235. m-M. His teams finished bclaledly and over Ihe batler'sl(. u t O f ihe first division only lead. .twice, in l^i'.S and l f i n . Change In Squirrel Season Gets Protest Change of the opening day at the squirrel season from Oct. 1 to October 15 has brought about protests from sportsmen and many sportsmen are lodging protests with the Stale Game and sportsmen have recommended Mini Ihe season begin on Scptenv bcr 15 or 20 in Norlh Mississippi- law or laws will The Angels practically slnle the the 21-year-old swifi from San l : rancisco Gimils lasl ler in a trade for catcher Jack I l i a l l Now Jose is doing Ihe pilfering, nnd he. appears a threat !o break Luis Aparicio's 10-year reign ns tho king of the AL base thieves. Tnrdenal Doubles Aparkio'j Thefts Cnrdennl already has doublet Aparicio's total (hefts (8) this Soys From 17 Years Up In Yank Tryouis i New York Yankees Irymils ·U Rounds Park here Sunday si 1 p.m. will be for hoys "17 years old and up," Dr. Noble Frisby said today. Two games between Negro tennis will be played. The Frisby All Stars will meet in Ihe opening game. The winner will lake on the Grccnvillo Eagles in the George Drunel allowed seven I lits and fanned live to post his I third victory in l' vo decisions. The defeat was Ihe sevcnlh straight for Dave Morchead against Ihe Angels, whom he never has leaie:i. lOli Al.l. YOUR BUILDING NEEDS Building Products WHOLESALE COMPANY H.v. «J 1. ED '-" 4I . .......... lllnn-i. 3b ...... TO1AL5; ...... Vicksburg Host TV PROGRAM SCHEDULE WlDHtlOAr I, CO Nrwi Quarltl 4,30 Onl* and Hoiriir 7,00 Paltv Doks 7,30 Shading «:33 Eutkt 1 ! to* PINE BLUFF KAtV-CHANNEL 7-CABLE 4 10,00 N«wi. 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Match play begins Thursday. The championship will be decided Sunday. Mrs, Mary Price of Ocean Springs is the defending champion. Mrs. High Rarnelt of Ocean Springs, runner-up four times, will seek her first title. Mrs. Betty Conway of Greenville, women's champion of Greenville Golf and Country Club and Cameran Chapman, a 15- year old Yazoo girl, will be battling for the title. Ten Greenville players are entered. slammed back- io- back home runs in Ihe eighth inning off Hal Woodeshick to bring the Braves from behinJ. Houston's Dick Farrell was removed from the gams in the second innin) when he was struck on the e! bow by a line drive hit b Frank Boiling. Billy O'Dell wo in relief. The attendance of 28.692 In ths Astrodome, gave Houston a total of 734,139 in 27 home II, nutdor editor cf the Clarks- ale Press Register, says in his olumn "Delia Sportsmen." Gales' story protesting the ac- ion follows. "On May 12, the State Game ind Fish Commission set tentative ish Commission, W. L. Gates Iplease all of Ihe hunters all of the second game. Willis lludlin ot Lilllc Rock, f i n V bill llw eleven Commission- . r,s of the name and fish Com- Ark., scout for Ihe Yankee, and Ihrouj,], former manager ol (lie Oreenville ucks of tlie Cotton Slates Lea- ues, will be in charge of the 'ankce tryovits bere. mission lm\ p e indicated, correspondence with various objecting bunting clubs and h u n f e r s , llint (be tentative squirrel season ·emulation could 1« nltereil if enougli individuals give enough open seasons and bag limits on|sound objections and rccommen game animals, game birds, and itations. ur bearing animals. As required^ . . . by law, a public "earing was held "V.rU»Hy every hunting c hih , in preceding the Commission meet- lte northern part o! the slate ha dates, surpassing last year's total attendance by 8,3Cfi. 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The purpose of Ihuse hearings is lo allow sportsmen and oilier interested people to olfer recommendations and proposals concerning game laws in their respective- areas. Conflicting proposals generally arise through differences in hunting areas, and the Commission lends to regulate laws (hat are feasible for each area. 'The game regulations, as passed by UK Commission, inrJI- cale nut only inlricale problems with which it is faced, but also Ihe careful study thai is given each problem. With all due. res pect for the Commission's knowledge and fairness, it is evident 1 that u legitimate controversy has arison over Ihc Stale wide regulation passed on squirrel season -- October 15 through January II. Last year's season was from October 1 through December 31. By cutting off llie firsl two weks of the season, Ihe Commission has complicated Ihe hunting prospecls for northern Mississippi. "Now squirrel hunfers are of two fralernities -- still hunlcrs and dog hunlers. The still hunter utilizes cover offered by thick foil- age and Ihe dog hunter depends upon defoliated woods for his hunting. The latter makes up alxHit 10 per cunt of the serious hunting population. "It is generally known that northern and north central Missi- -sippi woods start defoliating approximately two weeks before, he rest of the slate. Naturally llie time varies according to the weather; but by Oct. 15 defoliation is usually well under wny, and many limes il has begun by October 1. "A squirrel season beginning on October ID will offer the still hunter lillle, if any, good hunting conditions. A season beginning j late and ending late assures the dug hunter of good hunting conditions for mosi of Ihe season. 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