The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 3, 1965 · Page 9
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Delta Dcmocraf-Times Thursday, June 3, '6? » Howard's Bat Paces Senators Sweep Over Angels--Dodgers Down Cards, 4-7 Bangs 6 Hits In 10 Trips With 2 Homers F By United Press International 7RANK Howard is known around the American League as a nice guy, but with a bat in his big hands he defies Leo Durocher's pel theory about nice guys finishing last. " Big Frank currently leads the league with 39 runs batted in, is tied for the home run lead with 1C nnd is batting a respectable .302, good for the No. 10 spot in the circuit. Howard came lo the Washington Senators from the Los Angeles. Dodgers of the National League for pitcher Claude Osteen and infielder John Kennedy. Wednesday night he returned to the city of Angels, this time to play against the home team --Ihe Angels. He baited 10 times in a Iwi - night doubleheader, getting six hits including two homers, and driving in Jive runs as Ihe Nats swept their fifth twin-bill 13-0 and 7-1. Other AL Action In other American League aition Minnesota increased its told on first place with a G-3 psting of . Boston and Baltimore beat Kansas Cily 6-4. Detroit at Now York and Chicago il Cleveland were rained out. In the National League Cin dnnati defeated Houston 5-2 ir i game called because of rain after six innings nnd Los An geles beat St. Louis 4-1. New York at Chicago, San Fran Cisco at Milwaukee and Pliila dolphin at Pittsburgh were al rained out. Howard hit 3-5 in both ends o[ the doubleheailer, driving four runs in Ihe first game am run of the season our-run Baltimore he sixth inning Steve Earlier to evening fourth one in (he second. He had ilenly of help in his assault on he Angels' pilchers, with Joe Cunningham driving in five runs in the opener with ingle and a three-run homer. Cen McMullen homered in the tighlcap and Jim King had one n the first game, Phil Ortega von the opener, with Benny Daniels gaining credit for 'ictory in Ihe nightcap. Homer Is Climax Norm Siebern's fit:h home climaxed a uprising in and helped his record- victory. Dick lall relieved Barber and litched two-hit baseball for four innings. Dick Green hit his iifth home run for the A's, blast that Oriole right fielder Russ Snyder caught. However, Snyder tumbled into the nant porch in the Kansas City Stadium and Green was award ed a home nm. The Twins increased league lead lo a full game over the idle White Sox. Har Killcbrew hit his eighll homer in the third inning am Jim Hall connected with his n i n t h in the fifth, both comin] with a man on board. Bob Tillman and Lee Thomas homered for Ihe Bosox. Jim Perry was the winner in relief, his third victory without a setback. - - By Alan Mover TEST OF CHAMPIONS wf/ic/t /s o,te yK ay r/te M/t/fM5 OtMfff Of THEBliMOttr STAKES, rwty 'rf/e rtsr of TH£CM AUGUST BfLMONT MEMORIAL CUP- rof OF r//e JOCKS? tfOrf 6 OUT OF 7 104 Golfers Begin Battle For GGCC Men's Championship A Schedule Complete Junior Golf Tourney in Here Friday Maury Wills Adds To Base Pilfering Mark By United Press International E VEN the legendary base-stealing records of Sliding Billy Hamilton and Harry (Smokey) Stovey ' ' · of Maury Wills this may fall before the on-slaught season. Slovey, ' at the age of 31, swiped 156 bases in 130 games lor Philadelphia back in 18SS Bni Hamilton stole 115 in 133 ganes for the Phillies in 1891. That's a bundle, but don't (Dint Wills out of the race. Ap- jarently, all he fich first base needs is as often to tamilion and Stovey, both bcl- tr than .320 hitters in their rcord-setling seasons. Wills, a .271 hitter, reached fst base twice Wednesday ight and twice stole second for le Los Angeles Dodgers as icy downed the St. Louis Car inals 4-1. He has n total of 32 ,netls, putting him 12 games jihcacl of his 1002 pace when hi ·t Ihe modern record of 1M. Three Games Postponed Cincinnati stopped Houston 5- i a game halted after six in because of rain and th three National Leagui flings other jgames were rained out. Rnin forced postponement ners -- 9 Holts Win 12 In Row ohnscn. Moon also hit his first lome run in the ninth, Don Drysdale (9-3) tired in lie sixth after allowing five hits, ml Ron Perranoski relieved to lank the world champions over he filial Vashburn three innings, was the starter Ray and oscr for the slumping Cards. Hold Four-Game Lead The victory gave the Dodgers Tournament -- 0 Holes A Scolch foursome of 9 holes. Friday -- August 27th Jnnio vas scheduled for Friday as the Tournament 18 Holes -- l-'lights-- irst of a series of matches i n i N o Handicap connection with the Junior Golf| Saturday -- August 28th Conso Program. The tournament is for lation Tournament -- Non Win Doys ami girls from 7 through 17 years old. The Ladies Golf Association of Greenville Golf and Country Club sponsoring the program. June 11 and August 27 tournaments- will have an entry fee of SI. Other weekly plays will be for n fee of 25c. The complete schedule of play cllows: Friday -- June 4th Scotch 4 erne -- 9 Holes Friday -- June lllh Blind Partners -- 0 Holes Friday -- J u n e ISlh Nassau Tournament -- IS Holes Friday -- June 25th Get Acquainted Tournament 18 Holes \lednl -- Handicap Friday -- July 2nd Mystery a four-game lead over Cincinnati and San Francisco in Ihe NL pennant chase. equalling their biggest lead of the season. Tommy Harper doubled with the bases loaded to cap a four- nm second inning for Ihe Reds Gordy Cdeman opened the sec ond with his f i f t h home run ant Johnny seventh Edwards slammed round-tripper his Ihe of Detroit at New York and Chicago at Cleveland in the American League. Minnesota whipped Boston G-3, Baltimore toppled Kansas City 6-4 and Washington (wept a dmtbleheader from Los Angeles 13-0 and 7-1. j Wills was nailed once Wednes- pay night, trying to take third but the Dodgers a commanding a home run by and run-scoring sixth against loser Dave Giusti (6-3). Sammy Ellis allwed four hits over the six innings and walkec four en route to his eighth vie tory in 10 decisions. The Astros scored both of Iheir runs in lite fourth inning, bunching a walk and singles by Joe Gaines am Bob Lillis with a throwing error by I'ele Rose. Nellie Fox, regularly a second n the eighth, slready had (cad, thanks to ohn Roseboro Friday -- July 9th Monkey Tournament -- 9 Holes Friday -- July I0th Single Bangle Bungle -- 9 Holes' Friday, July 23rd Blind Bogey -- 0 Holes Friday -- July ,10lh Fewes Putts -- 9 Holes Friday -- August 6th Most 3-4 5.5.7.8 _ D Holes Friday -- August 13th Scotch 4-Somes -- 9 Holes Friday -- August 20th No Play Pirates' Walker Rubs Rabbit's Foo PITTSBURGH (UPO -- A! here angels in the Pirates' ou ield? Or a sorceress in Iheir lock room? "Naw," said Manager Har Walker. "Nothing like that. B somebody came over the othe day and let me rub his rabbii new high of 104 golf-j ers -- 8 more than last! ear -- are competing inl , h e men's championship ournament at Greenville Golf and Country Club. Assist-nt Pro golfer, Chuck louse, said the entry list was larger than last year. Pairings by flights were an lounced today by House who said iirst round matches must be completed by Sunday. J u n e 13. Harry Branton, who won the club championship last year, will ,-e defending his championship. Monroe Whittaker Jr., runner-up to Branton in 1964, will be after Ihe title. The pairings for first round matches by flights follows: Championship Flight--Harry Branton Vs. Rob Roy Fisher, Monroe Whitlakcr Jr., Vs. I.ige eming. John Causey Jr., Vs. obert Fisher, John Kirk Vs. Bill cRight, Fred Michael Vs. Mon- Whittaker Sr., Marly Comvaj s. J. P. Hampton, Jack Gordon /e; and Joe Glass Vs. Wally each. First Flight--E. T. Cashion Vs ock Baskin, Leroy Hight Vs. ick Goodwin, George Abide Vs mory Strange, Bernard Skibcl s. Leo Frnnkel, Buddy Shep- nrd Vs. Dr. N. A. Bologna, Dr ussell King Vs. Ira Pillman. Second Flight--John Mulligan Vs. lyde Gaull, Leo Norikus Vs. Har- Id Bell, Sam Smith Vs. Allen larrows. Buddy Smith Vs. Slral- on Rounsavall, Dr. Thomas arnes Vs. Walter Roman, Bill IcGouh Vs. Jerry Lime, Bob Harding Vs. Paul King, Don Mul- aahy Vs. Fcrd Moyse. Third Flight--William (Bubbert Dugger Vs. Jack Stull, George mith Vs. Bob Ludke Sr., John McRae Vs. Leon Davis, Dr. Neil Leonard Vs. Rick Richardson, Gordon Anderson Vs. Charlie Miler, Dave Walls Vs. Alex Curtis, Bill Percy Vs. Gene Ganier, E. 0. Mitchell Vs. Bill Moody. Fourth Flight--Mitchell Abide 's. Jim Uubberly, Millard Powers Vs. Dr. John Suares, E. V. (Uree- zy) Baker Vs. Joe Sherman, Norman Lever Vs Frank Alvarez Don Springer Vs. Carl Grotli, El zie Scott Vs. George McMillan Norman Jones Vs. Henry Crosby Paul Abide Vs. A. Q. Rowell. Fiilh Flight--Kct P.lerioo V.. Wcllt Raynsr. Jim Periy V». Don roherlihas* Oitar tocktr Vl. Jack lc*ry. Jerry layl: vi. Salvador rVrtjianJo, Gcoige Slo*k Vi Ed AliAondsr, Scr.nv Hcbior. Vl. Hrjn Bynum. Jo. Azor V,. Robejt Col-n, Li rWen Vl. Bill loggorl. 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Don Bslo Mcns Tournament Allied Takes 11 In Row Wiih 14-1 Win Over Walker TONIGHT'S GAMES baseman, played first base for,Men--Harts' the first time in his 13-year:Lr:dics -- 1m! Rabbit's fool, elixir or mag spell--not to mention the cias-' ic ingredients for winning baseball, g o o d hitting »nd pitching -- gained the Pirates the season's longest winning streak, 12 straight going into tonight's game with the New York Mets. The spurt moved the Pirates out of the National League cel-i ar to severfji place and com- riarative respeclabilty. Hitting Was Off Although the Bucs had been getting excellent pitching during the first month of the season, their hitters were producing less than three runs a ;nme. Walker went to work. He broug.St Donn Clendenon, Bob Hailey and Willie Stargell to jthc ball park for some private VG -- 8 p.m. instructions. His credentials major league career because Ihe Astros have outfielders Jimmy Wynn, and Lee Maye and Eddie Kasko on Ihe Allied hnd their l l t h straight triumph ot the season last night when Ihey trampled over 2nd place M B j I l a l U p l-uxl.l- 111. J. iv u.. · · . - . · injured list. Regular first base- only 5 ua\m S s Singles by Wally Moon ant! Lou'man Walt Bond played left field. Negro Boys Baseball Sacred Heart, Wasson And GLC Win Battles I Sacred Heart edged FW 12-11 yVednesday in the opening game of the International League of (iegro Little League baseball. F. Toy was winning pitcher and Dun- ian Toy was loser. Jerry Walker crashed a double nd a single for Sacred Heart and Pinkine doubled. David Me- rancy smashed a double and ngle, I.en Gibson doubled. James odgcs hit a homer and double, flllis Cowain nnd Larry Duncan it homers for VFW. US Gypsum leels Greenville Mill ami Atkins akes (,n Pure Oil at 6 p.m. in SeLaine Park. WESY edged Funeral Directors 2-9. Larry Willians was winning jitcher over Clyde Barnes. Her «rt Washington with a single am loublc; Kelly Williams with twi riples; Dennis McDowell doubled nd singled as did Kenneth Gray, ill for WESY. Michael Evans had homer and two singles for Fun- :ral Directors. Wasson Towing won from Rode Building Material by a lopsided -core of 21-2. Jordis Johnson pitch- Walker Farms M-l, after r of Allied's Oakcs was (he winning pitcher, yielding only 2 hits and slriking out 4. Gower o! Walker Farms was the loser, slriking out nn players and giving up 11 hits. AHIID * « H G.,ll,1r,. cf ................... 3 W.llnm Hood. , IF ?b 2 I 3b Ib cd a 1 hitler for his win over ke Buck in the Southern League ame. Johnson hit a home run, ouble and single in addition to itching his team to victory. Co- andus Moore got a home run and ingle for Rode. Greenville Lumber defeated .ucky Food Store 8-6 in the second game. John Williams was the vinning pitcher over Robert Jrook. Robert Johnson got a trip- and single and Williams a dou blc for Greenville Lumber. Mau ice Plant got a double and home run for Lucky Food Store. At 4 1 1 3 I 3 0 0 0 I vs. V G--7 p.m. tt , erc legitimate. The resulls were too. Top Drivers Clash In NASCAR Races NASHVILLE (UP]) - Top NASCAR drivers Dick Hutcherson and Ned Jarrett will duel as favorites tonight in a 100- mile race at the Fairgrounds Speedway. Hutcherson, No. 1 man in the latest NASCAR point standings, 9-is expected lo draw hot com o oipctition from Jnrrett, following TTJclosely at No. 2 in the official TOTAtS " ,rn, 5D. .. o r or.d, ft. It 2 0 0| 2 0 0 ! j o o 23 registered in the 200-lap race . for B total purse of $5,330 in The two drivers nre 1"S. r. dgei, b . dltil, rf. . TOTALS o o 2 0 0 2 0 0 i i purse the 10th NASCAR battle sched tiled here since opened in 1958. the track was p.m. today games in the league at Maude Bryan Pork include Delia Wholesale Vs. Walker Farms and J. Shamoon Vs. 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