The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 22, 1960 · Page 8
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Deltn Democrat-Times 8 Friday, July 22, '60 Pirates Drop Dodgers 4-1 To Boost Lead N. Y.-ChiSox Showdown Tonight Hal Smith Slugging Paces Win for Bucs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS gotten another. The man made the Hal Smith is the Babe Rulh of decision, Em] thai was it." The single came on a ball hit at third baseman Joe Morgan. Stepping back to field the bouncer, Morgan stabbed the bail but fell to the ground. It was scored a base hit. Bob Anderson pitched the last- place Chicago Cubs to an 8-1 victory over Cincinnati in the other National League game. Clemente Blow Scores Three Pittsburgh scored two in the third at Loh Angeles on Roberto Clemente's single with th« bases loaded. SmiLH hit No. S in the fourth and No. 9 in the seventh, both off Johnny Podres. Another big crowd of 11,193 saw the series finale. A total of 153,932 fans saw the three games, boosting the Dodgers' home attendance to 1,433,729 for 46 home dates. It was Law's third victory over the Dodgers and his third complete game against them in three starts. The right-hander had gone the route six straight times at the Coliseum since he was knocked ou May 1, 1958. The Cardinals, blanked Wudnes- official scorer's call on the single day night by Warren Spahn, were that robbed Roberts of his first held to one hit in the first five the Los Angeles Coliseum. The Pitlsburgh catcher plays scrceno with the man who invented the game. Smith hit two more over the screen Thursday night in Pittsburgh's 4-1 victory over the Dodgers. The pair ran his season total to nine. Six of them have been hit at the Coliseum, four in the last two days. As a result of Smith's home runs and a five-hit pitching job by Vern Law, who won his 12th, the Pirates again lead Milwaukee by 114 games. Cards Give Bucs Help St. Louis gave the Bucs a helping hand in an afternoon gome at Milwaukee whe»c they broke the Braves' sevan-game winning streak 9-4. A six-run rally in the sixth inning helped Larry Jackson win his 12th. ._ Philadelphia's threw a one-hitter, blanking San Francisco 3-0. The only hit was an infield single by Felipe Alou with two out in the fifth. Mgr. Gene Mauch disputed the Robin Roberts no-hitter. Roberts took the ruling by scorer Jim McGee philosophically. "You don't know, you don't know," said Roberts, shaking his head. "If they didn't give the boy B hit on that one, they might have innings, but they rose lip and chased Carl Willey in the big sixth. Bill While's two-nm double with the bases loaded opened the gates. Jackson needed help from Lindy McDaniel when the Braves threatened in the seventh. ?iaers Claw Senators Score 9-5 Victory By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The first showdown series of the year opens tonight at Yankee Stadium where the New York Yankees, nursing a one-game lead, take on the second place Chicago White Sox in the first of four games. It will be White Sox speed and sound pitching against the Yanks' home-run power and wobbly pitching in the series that overshadows other doings in the American League. They will play one game tonight, Saturday afternoon, and two Sunday. The Yanks hold a 7-4 season edge winning the last seven from the Sox. Tigers Climb Into Fifth Most of the league spent Thursday on the road, but Detroit managed to climb into fifth-place tie with Washington by beating the Senators 9-5 in the only game! played. Frank Lar;-, helped by Dave Sisler, managed to hold enough of an early 7-0 lead to offset Washington's late home run power. Jim Lemon hit his 22nd and 23rd and Harmon Killebrew his eighth, but the Senalors never could catch the Tigers. Rocky Colavito's 20th homer with Iwo on in the fifth inning helped build up Lsry's lead. For the opener at Pankee stadium, Mgr. Casey Stengel- ha? Bob Turley, 6-1, ready to oppose Early Wynn, 40, at 5-7. Saturday's pitchers probably will be Whitey Ford, 6-5, for the Yanks and either Herb Score 2-3, or Bob Shaw, g-S, for the Sox. In the Sunday dnubteheader, Stengel has Eli Grba, 1-0, and Jim Coates, 9-1, or Bobby Srranlz, 1-2, to oppose Billy Pierce 8-5 and either Score or Shaw whoever does not work Saturday. Lopez Gets Pitching Mgr. Al Lopez finally is getting r How to make driving a picnic The remarkable thing about ifie Volkswagen Camper is Ihol nobody ever thought of building it before. You can jusl get in and keep on going. And you can stop wherever and whenever you (ike. Ideal for people who'd rather look at scenery than at "No Vacancy" signs. Ideal, too, for just plain escaping. (A Camper is better than a v/eek- end place because people can't visit you if they can't find you. Two adults and tv/o children sleep coiifyin the Camper. (A skylight opens for ventilation and stargazing.) A wardrobe, 2 fables, a 23-gollon water tank, striped awnings, lights and curtains make it very homey. The optional cupboord Iwilh ice box! the portable chemical toilet and the 2-burner stove make it even more so. If you ever return, the VW Camper will do nicely as the family station wagon. If you don't come back, write now and then. We like to keep track. And soy hello to all the Volkswagen dealers you're bound to meet. Nice people, all. DELTA SPORTS CAR 121 S. Walnut ?h. ED 2-2653 Grwnville, Miss. Roberts Pitches One Hitler With Phils 3-0 Winner SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - In a brilliant career dating back to 1918, Robin Roberts has appeared in 489 baseball gomes for the Philadelphia Phillies. He has won 227. Never did he come closer to a no-hit, no-run performance than he did Thursday. Manager Gene Mauch contended he should have had one. So did third baseman Joe Morgan who figured in the controversial infield single by Felipe Alou in the fifth inning -- the only hit as Roberts aikl the Phillies won 3-0. With two out in the fifth, Alou hit a sharp bouncer to Morgan. The third baseman stepped back, stabbed the ball but fell. Official scorer James M. McGee ruled it a hit. Mauch Comments "The rules say the first hit of a game has got to be legitimate, and it was not." declared Mauch. "'Iliat was as legitimate a no- hitter as has ever been pitched." Said an unhappy Morgan, "They should have flashed the error sign right away. I think they! could have given me an error." Roberts didn't appear perturbed. "You know," he said, "you know if they didn't give that boy a hit on that one, they might get another. "This is as dose as I've ever come. Someday I might pitch one." Rocks-Chicks Split Pair As Sports Edge Vols By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i Nashville found the Shreveport i Sports a soft touch in 1958, but: he Southern Assn. newcomers ,re pouring it on the Vols with a /engeance in the second season f their return to Ihe league. They completed their fourth se- ies last night. Shreveport won three of the sets and the other fas a 2-2 draw. To date the Sports lave beaten Nashville nine times n 15 meetings. They won only eight of 22 games with the Vols ast year. Shreveport erupted for five runs n the third extra inning to win 9-4. And to make it more humiliating for Nashville, the winning ritcher was Jerry Davis, the left- lander Nashville let get away last 'ear. Davis hurled the entire 12 nnings for Shreveport and was rewarded with his 12lh victory. ie has lost nine. Birmingham salvaged the final ;ame of its three-game series with Atlanta by topping the Crackers 4-1 on a three-run homer by Legrant Scott and the seven-hit pitching of Joe Grzenda. Little Rock whipped Memphis 3-1 in the first game of a doubleheader, hut the Chicks won the nightcap 8-3 behind the steady pitching of Tom Hughes. Chattanooga and Mobile were rained out. :he kind of pitching he thought te had last spring to make a successful defense of the championship. While Sox starters have ;one tin. route in four of their! ast five games, and Ihe club has won 17 of its last 24. Since the radilional July 4 dividing line, the Sox have climbed from fourth place, six games out, to second, only one off the pace. Roger Maris continues to stay ahead of Babe Ruth's record home-run pace of 1927 when he hit 50 home ruas. Maris has hit 31, EAGLE VS. DANCER By Alan Mover in 69 yew* ofJi.y TMO HoRsee fiAve SCORED r//£ ftAfiPtCAP Tfi/Pl-E- tittK BROOMIlOVl A/IP TOM FOOL (/9S3). B£A GREAT eATTte fORA GK/P ofj CROW /// 77t£ BROOKt-YH HAfilP/CAP AT PANCER, of rxe f9S9, BACK To r/te SUBURBAN HAND/CAP- Arnold Palmer Leads PGA By Single Stroke AKRON. Ohio (AP) - Arnold Palmer headed for an unprecedented triple today as he led the 42nd PGA championship into the second round stroke. All-Star Friday Night VFW Edges folium's 7-5 In Final Game By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS By W. T. INGRAM In a hard fought game that saw both teams frequently fumble the vet ball, VFW defeated Kellum's 5 Thursday night in the final game of the season of the Greenville Softball League. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L, Pet. G.B. 52 35 .598 -49 35 .583 I'/ 45 40 .525 S 46 41 .525 6 43 41 .512 7 1 / 40 46 .465 11' 33 52 .402 17 32 52 Pittsburgh Milwaukee .... Los Angeles ... St. Louis San Francisco Cincinnati .... Philadelphia . 33 52 .402 Chicago 32 52 .351 Thursday Results Pittsburgh 4. Los Angeles St. Louis 9, Milwaukee b Philadelphia 3, San Francisco 0 Chicago 8, Cincinnati 1 Friday Games Pittsburgh at San Francisco I Milwaukee at Chicago Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N) St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) AMERICAN LEAGUE WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) I? e *t«mination of defending B. Etheridge led off in the first with a sharp single to left and went to second on a high throw.,, . ... , ,,, . . of McGehee's grounder. B. Baker Cham P lon Mlcke ' Wright and srashed a hit to center field that ' . . "'"¥ lr ° n of Maril ' nn ;ot through the defense to put f^l S m " h Werc the P rlnc 'P al to P !cs of Vets 3 runs ahead. W. York 48 Chicago 49 putting him II games ahead of .585 .570 .554 .533 .494 .494 .393 .373 Cleveland 46 Baltimore 48 Washington ... 41 Detroit 41 Boston 33 Kansas City ... 31 Thursday Result Detroin 9, Washington 5 Only game scheduled Friday Games Chicago at New York (N) Cleveland at Boston (N) Detroit at Baltimore (N) Kansas City at Washington (N) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta Little Rock Birmingham Mobile Ruth. Mickey Mantle is ninning!Shreveport ahead of last year with 23 to his! Nashville credit, and Moose Skowron has 16'Memphis lomers and 4 runs butted VTaris, of course, tops the league with 76 RBI. For Fishing Boating Trips Take Along Some Of Out W. L. 58 44 51 46 52 43 50 W 50 52 49 52 49 53 4G 42 Pet. G.B .569 -- .526 41/2 .520 .505 .490 .485 .484 .420 8 V/l by a single After being forced to birdie the last two holes to win the Masters, and coming from seven strokes off the pace to take the national open the Pennsylvania strong boy said: "It's nice to be out in front for once." The Ligonier lad blazed 34-33--67 over Firestone Country Club's 7.165-yard par-70 layout, with four birdies and a bogey. He nosed out veteran Sam Snead who snared this championship 18 years ago and twice since. The performances of the two long hitters featured the first day of this ertravaganza in which Ihe biggest PGA field in histjry is playing on the tournament's longest course for the biggest purse before the largest gallery. The first round's paid attendance was 10,225. Kossman-Grafton In 0-0 Deadlock Kossman and Grafton battled to a (M deadlock in the only game that went four innings in t h e Greenville Junior Baseball League Thursday afternoon. A 1 I other games were rained out. The postponed games will be played on Monday. FlIDAT GAMES TEXAS l^AGUE IGreenwaYl ·ee.Tley vi. Siondatd o:l AMOICAH IEAGUE ' ICorTM !y C«nK.O Hollandale Downs Batesville 6 To 2 W EST POINT -- Hollandale's Duck's, only undefeated team, in the Mississippi State Semi-Pro Tourney, scored their third straight victory Thursday night by trouncing Jake Gibbs and Company's Balesville team, 6-2. Tonight at 8:30 Hollandale meets defending champion West Point team. Joe Overton of Greenville, will be on the mound for Hollandale. Both Hollandale and Batesville each banged 9 hits in lasl night's game. L^mont Echols pitched and Manager Junior Griffith caught as the Ducks' battery. Foster started for Batesville and Warren succeeded him on the mound. Dempsey, Ward Show Power Hollandale's Gary Dempsey belled two doubles in four trips. Don Ward crashed a triple and single in four trips. Griffith blast-; ed a triple in four trips. Gibbs, Ole Miss grid and dia- BABE EUTH LEAGUE IH-gi School F!di Eaicj'i y|. M^-vllan Mickey, Marilyn Battle it Out fn the third P. Doterly drove in W. Moora with the fourth marker. In the f Ducks Play Sunday, WP Tonight Greenwood Goif Tourney Begins; 170 Are Entered GREENWOOD, Miss. (AP) Some 170 golfers from Louisiana, Mississippi and other stales begin play today for the Greenwood Invitational Tournament championship. Entries from several surrounding states will attempt to wrest the fi'le from last year's winner Dill Chapman of Russellville, Ky. Host for Ihe 13th annual event is pro golfer Norris Morgan, who hill got 2 hits in four trips. West Point is one-defeated, losing to Batesville in tournament predicted that a score of 210 or competition and the Ducks will be favored. With 3 wins Hollandale needs two more victories to cop the championship and as the only undefeated team will play Sundsj afternoon at 3 o'clock. Their opponent will be the winner of the Batcsville-Columbus game. The Ducks have split a Columbus mond star, paced Batesville with.jrubbing the Lowndes countians 3 singles in 4 trips. Burrs and Toe-.j n | nc second game between tiie two teams at Hollandale and the Ducks lost their only till of the season at Columbus earlier. 5-4. A big crowd of flolrandale fans are planning to come here for Sunday's game and Robert Fonle- not, one o( the leaders in making possible a fast team for the Washington county town, sakl the players are quartered at Holiday Inn Harris-Anderson Final Postponed Unless arrangements are made for playoff of the finals, William Harris of Greenville Air Force Base and Gordon Anderson of Greenville will jointly hold the singles championship of the Delta Tennis Tournament. The scheduled final Thursday af- :erncon couldn't be played because of weather conditions and Harris also had to attend exercises at IAFB. Anderson said he was to talk with Harris over the telephone today and it might be possible the match would be played today, ·larris is leaving GAFB for another air base and if the match is not played today the singles cham- sionship will be a co-championship affair. Anderson and Harris won the doubles championship. for the tournament. Kaline Suffering Now From Fatigue DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Tigers believe they finally have found the reason for Al Ka ine's season-Icing batting slump The once-slugging outfielder is suffering from fatigue. Kaline admitted Thursday night he has been feeling rundown for| "quite a while." He said he did not want to say tetter would be needed to win lha H-hote event. Besides Champ Chapman, other top amateur golfers expected to participate include Mississippi state chamion Ham Carolhers of Jackson; Bert Burdick of Baton Rouge, La.; David Rheams of New Orleans; Clayton Cole of Monroe, La., Lewis Culley Jr. and Maynard Craft of Jackson, Miss. Thomson Fired; Stock Recalled BALTIMORE (AP) -- The Baltimore Orioles recalled from Mi- iami today Wcs Stock, a right- hand pitcher, and let go Bobby Thomson, who thrilled the baseball world in 1951 with one hit. Thomson hit a home run in tho ninth inning, scoring two New York Giants ahead of him, and won the rubber game with Brooklyn for the National League pennant. The Giants traded him to Milwaukee in 19iS. and the Braves traded him back 1357. Since then he played for Ihe Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox. Tho Orioles signed him as a freo agent July 2. conversation today as the National Women's Open Golf Championship entered its second round. Miss Wright, a Calif., pro trying tor an unprecedented third consecutive championship, turned on the steam on didn't want it to sound like I was making excuses for a Icusy year."' 1:45 p.m. Dial ED 4-31M TODAY! . . . and Tomorrow! the back nine Thursday to take' er ~P ar " over ltie 6,137-yard Worcester Country Club course. Breaking out of a recent slump WHILE MONTE CARLO WAS HAVING A BALL, THEY MOVED IN FOR THE BIG HAUL! the 25-year-old golfer scored The Bossier City. La., walloped the Clarksdale All-Stars in the Colt League area base ball tournament held here yester- RIDE WITH BAY' -- At -Yarber's Bay Station KWY. 87 EAST AT DE11A DINE AT MAINELLI'S RESTAURANT 801 Wash. Avo. fourth they picked up 2 more runs when Dunlap scored on McGehee's triple and McGehee counted on Wallace's sacrifice fly to left. B. Etheridge made the fi-l t n e first-round lead with a one-j nal tally in the six* for VFW on! uml ' some daring base running. W. Rayburn scored in the fourth and Kelium had their big rally injbirdics'for her the fifth on a walk, two miscuesiover Miss Smith, and a single produced 4 runs by! McGarrh, Hendricks, Morgan Lester. Batting stars with two hits in 2 trips and Ben Oakes with 2 hits in 3 trips. The All-Star game will be played Friday night at S o'cloc Carrie Stern Field. v. f. vt. 15 Phone Us, We Will Have It Ready When You Call-- 3 Pieces 4 Pieces 9 Pieces 15 Pieces _Salod SLOO SI.25 $2.50 $3.50 CtliV.n Pair .80c $1.00 .300 21 Pieces | H.M You'll Liko~Oiir Carry · Out Service BUEHIER'S RESTAURANT 2119 Highway 82 E. Phone ED 4-95.il Chattanooga Thursday Results Birmingham 4. Atlanta 1 Little Rock 3-3. Memphis 1-8 Shreveport 9, Nashville 4 (12 'nnings) Chattanooga at Mobile, ppd, .·a in Friday Games Birmingham at Chattnnooga Shreveport at Memphis Atlanta at Mobile Nashville at Little Rock $50 io $1500 READY It) GO! 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