The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 24, 1960 · Page 8
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Delia Democrnt-Ttmes 8 Sunday, July 24, '60 ChiSox Edge Yankees 5-3 To Vault Into AL Lead--Sanders Takes PGA Lead 5. F. Giants Defeat Top Pittsburgh, 3-1 (From the Wire Services) C HICAGO WHITE SOX defeated the New York Yankees 5-3 Saturday afternoon to leapfrog over the Bombers into first place in the American League pennant race. San Francisco Giants turned the tables to defeat league-leading Pittsburgh 3-1 in the National League. Milwaukee blanked Chicago Cubs 3-0. Bob Shaw hurled 8 innings for tho White Sox and Gerry Staloy pitched the ninth. Whitey Ford started for the Yankees and was yanked in the sixth when the Sox scored 4 runs. Ralph Terry rc- lieved in the sixth and Shantz went in to hurl Bobby the eighth. Shaw was the winner and Ford the loser. Bill Skowron o! Iho Yankees blasted his 18th home run of the wason in the eighth inning. Tha Washington Senators pulled ofi the first American League triple play of the season and Harmon Killebrew hit his ninth homer as the Senators whipped the Kansas City Athletics 8-3. Chuck Stobbs, with five innings of four-hit, one-run relief work, was credited with his seventh victory against two defeats. Bud Daley, seeking his 13th victory, instead was tagged with his seventh setback as the Senators belted him for their first five runs in his three innings. Hank Aaron took over the National League homer lead as he smacked his 27th in Milwaukee's 3-0 defeat of the Chicago Cubs. Aaron homered in the ninth and Eddie Mathews put the Braves in motion offensively with his 21st homer. Juan Pizzaro was the winner. Minnie Minoso cracked four straight hits and drove in three runs in the Chicago Sox win over New York. Whitey Ford was the victim of the Pale Hose's 11 hit assault. Cleveland rookie Mike de la Ho. cracked his first major league home run and a sacrifice fly ii a 4-2 victory over the Boston Ret Sox, supporting Jim Perry's llth pitching triumph. Willie Tasby and Ted Williams provided the Red Sox punch with olo homers. Centcrfielder Jim Piersall was irown out of the gams in the ighth inning for obstructing Wilams* batting vision. Manager Joe Gordon had ruled he would fine 'iersall $500 the next time Jim fas ejected but got bounced himself defending his outfielder's ight to dance back and forth on efense. Cuban Aids Indians Win De La Hor, 20-year-old Cuban, it a sacrifice fly off loser Tom Brewer i n , the second inning to put the Indians ahead 2-0. He Tomcred in the fourth, running he Indians' margin to 4-1. De La Hoz was .called up from Mobile to play shortstop for the ndiaiu while Woody Held is side- ined by a broken finger. At 45 Hole Mark There a Nothing Liu GENUINE TILE KOESTLER TILE CO. Phone ED Z-2SM Hwy, S! E. ieberl 1 Stroke Sack; January 3rd,, And Palmer Fourth AKRON, Ohio (AP)--Doug San ders, a golfer with a controllei backswing, abandoned c a u t i o n Saturday and.boldly played his way into the lead at the 45-hole mark of the 42nd PGA Champion ship. Shooting his way out of uncom-j iortable positions time after time, Sanders posted n 22 cm the front nine of the Firestone Country Club course with five birdies and a double bogey. Leads Hebert One Stroke With nine holes to go in the Hall, O'Brien Homer Speed Cops Drub Kiwanis; Leagues Standings Listed (9am* Thr*ifh flidff} TEXAS UAGUI .. OLYMPIC MEDAL - Tliis is the gold modal to be awarded first place winners in the Olympics, which get underway in Rome on Aug. 25. Front shows figure of Victory offering the traditional laurel wreath. Bnck depicts a win-, ning ntlilete being carried by other competitors. Air turn IEAGUI (Hl«h Schial Fiild] S. Gypivxn MeMrlloj Bucs Pad Lead By Win Over Giants: Cubs Stop Braves By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Yep, those Pittsburgh Pirates really were falling apart. They lost five of seven and tlieir National League lead was chopped to a mere half-game over the Mil waukee Braves. But now, the Bucs are booming again padding their lead to 2'/5 games once more. Wilmer (Venegar Bend) Mizell. shaky, but tough when things got rough pitched the Pirates to a 4-1 victory at San Francisco Fri day night. It was their secern straight after that slump that fol lowed the All-Star game break. Braves Drop Second The Braves, after winning seven straight, dropped their second in third round, Sanders was out in succession, just barely missing front of Jay Hebert, the 36-hole leader, by on* stroke. Darkhorse Don January was in third place at this stage with Arnold Palmer, the pretournament favorite, Sam Snead, Wes FJlis and Fred Hawkins in rather distant pursuit. . Hebert had a one-stroke lead over January when they started Saturday's third round over the par 35-35--70, 7,165-yard course. Sanders, Snead and Palmer were two strokes back. But by the time Sanders had made the turn and ths others followed, the scores read like this: Sanders 173, Hebert 174, January 178, Palmer 177 and Snead and Ellis, who shot front line, 178. on the CANNING SUPPLIES * COLD PACK CANNERS if BLANCHERS * MASON JARS * PRESERVING KETTLES if CORN CUTTERS Wetherbee Hardware Co. "IF WE DON'T HAVE IT, YOU DON'T NEED IT' 122 S. Walnut Greenville, Miss. for contemporary design, quality and color The crisp, dean-sculptured look of Stran-Styte buddings puts them In a class apart from Ofdmary steel buidings. They have new tow s8hoo«ttes which are architecturally adaptable to all collateral building materials. 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Willie Mays h lis 19h home run for Ihe GianL n the first inning, but Mizell (6-5 hen blanked them on eight hits Drysdale Ties Record Drysdale tied the Nationa .eague strikeout high for nine in lings this season--fanning the la: ;ix men he faced--for his fourt straight victory and first shutou Waters Expelled FromRebsCagers OXFORD (UPI) -- Jack Wa tcrs, All Southeastern Confer ence basketball player, has bee expelled from the University "rlississippi, L. L. Love, dean of men he school, said Waters was ex- elled for "discplinary reasons" and would not elaborate. T h e action apparently had been- kept |uict for the registrar's office ;aid Friday he was expelled May 23. Waters as a junior finished se- :ond in SEC scoring last season with a 19.5 point average and led Ole Miss to a 15-9 overall record. 100 Target Shoot Set Here Today A 100-largct shoot will be held Sunday at the Riverside Gun Club, Manager Dcwitt Alexander sadi Saturday. 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GYPIUTO ill-Star Game Tickets Sale Opens Tickets for the Mississippi High School All Star gams in- Jackson "riday nighf, August'4, rhiy be ecured at $2 each, tax included rom L. M. Montgomery, box 1200 "ackjon, Carl Walters, chairman if the State Team Selection Com mittee, said Saturday. Walters said orders mnst be ae- :ompanied by check or money irder covering the number of tic cets with 25 cents added to cove the cost of handling and mailing Ths All-Star Awards Banque vill be held on Thursday night August 4, at the Heidelberg Hot I. . The AH Star baskeball game with Greenville's Donald JCnox 01 the North Stars, will clash Thursday night. A Coaching Clinic will be heli earlier in the week. Fortress, Galon Rated Favorites MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Lee Fentress of Baton Rouge, La and Larry Calon of Pensacola Fla., were favored to win thei semifinal matches Saturday an face each other Sunday for th Alabama state tennis title. Top-seeded Fentress, a ntembe of the Tulane net team, goes against fourth-seeded Fred Che of Montgomery, Ala. Caton, seed ed No. 2, faces unseeded Ernes Cox of Mobile. DELTA DHMOCRAT-TIMES WHAT A RELIEF By Alan Mover 'fe': - V ChiSox Near Top; Down Yankees, //-J By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Chicago White Sox, charging back from the grave, have streaked within .003 per cent age points of the American League leading New York Yankees -- the club that left 'em for dead. The Sox, tearing up their obituary that was typed by New York writers when the Yankees swept a four-game series at Chicago in mid-June, busted back for 18 hits and a 11-5 romp in Ihe opener of four-game set at Yankee Stadium Friday night. in five games. They've scored 4' runs in that spree, getting five o them in the fourth inning Frida night to beat Bob Turley (6-2; who had won six straight. Early Wynn, starting pitche singled in the first run of th frame, breaking a 2-all tie. Minnie Minoso, who batted in thre runs, clinched it with a two-ru double. Skowron Drives In Pah* Bill Sko\vron, who hit in a dou ble play with the bases loaded i the fifth inning against winnin It was the sixth straight sue- reliever Frank Baumann cess for the Sox, their longest drove in two of the Yank runs, string of the season, and 20th in their last 2fl games. The Yankees, now have lost 10 of their last 15. Third-place Cleveland stayed J4 games back, losing 6-i at Boston as Vic Wertz drove in four runs with a homer and two singles. Baltimore's fourth-place Orioles, ending their home losin At Boston, Wertz walloped three-run homer, his llth, in th third inning for a 4-3 lead agains loser Jim Grant (6-5), then singled home the winning run in th fifth. Ted Williams also homero for the Red Sox, his 15th and N W eck. 7 Unanimous For Southern All-Star Team BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- A record number of feven baseball layers were unanimous choices the selection of this season's Southern Assn. All-Star team. Atlanta, host team for the AU- jtar game next Tuesday night, laced five players on the team.. The team was chosen by 16 »rts writers on newspapers in IB eight-team circuit. Unanimous choices were Stan 5 alys of Birmingham, Ron Nisch- itz of Birmingham, Pete Reich* rt of Atlanta, Charlie Ready of .ittle Rock, Jim Maloney of Nash- Tim Harkness of Atlanta and Cliff Cook of Nashville. Other Crackers Named Others picked from Atlanta vere Doug Camilli, Dick Tracew- ki and Jim Koranda. Replacements for the Atlanta ilayers for the All-Star game wil e Bob Micclotta, Birmingham, or Tracewski; Don Bradey, Little *ock, for Richert; Jim McManus, hreveport, for Harkess; Jack Parks, Shreveport, for Camilli :nd Bert Hamric, Chattanooga, 3r Koranda. Others on the allstar roster Charles Ready, Little Rock pitcher; John Edwards, Nash- rille; Bob Milo, Al Grandcolas and Ernie Oravctz, Chattanooga; Bob ·er, .eo Posada ihreveport. Hollandale Battles W. Point Again Today W EST POINT -- Hollandale Ducks and West Point Packers meet for a second time here Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock after the Packers' Ed Aljwtt' blasted a 2-run home run in the ninth Friday nigfit for a West Point 16-15 victory. The winner will meet Batesyille for the state semi-pro championship Mon- Allen Mobile; Tim McCar- Memphis; and Chet Boak, and Jay Hawkins, Packers Win In 9th Friday, 16-15 day night. It was Allen's second circuit; vallop of the game and the win-; ling circuit clout was off the lelivery of Frank Janous, big catcher turned pitcher, who was tollandale's fourth hurler. Lefty 'hillip Thomas started for the Ducks. Joe Overton went in in the ifth and Griffith took over the Mtching in the seventh and the 5ucks* manager gave way to Janous who hurled the eighth and ninth. The loss to West Point was Hollandale's first defeat of the ournament after winning three ;ames in a row. Although they lost the Ducks clubbed West Point Prairie Belt backers pitching for 13 hits. Wild pitching, proved cosily to the Don Ward had put the Hollandale club in the lead 15-14 by blast- St, Joe Expects Squad Of 38 For Drills On Aug. 15 Coach Dom Bevalaque of SI. Joseph's Catholic High Fighting Irish said Friday night he expecls o have tho biggest squad of 33 players to report for football [hamp Kellum's Edge Stars, 8-6 Pennant winning Kellum's edge Ihe All-Stars 8-6 in a well-playet game in the Greenville Softbal League Friday night at Carrie Stern Field before a big crowd. Harold McGarrh pitched 7 imv- ings and Sweeden hurled two innings for the winning Kellum team. David Wray and Ben Oakes were pitchers for the Stars. Bobby Etheridge hit a double for Kellum's. Infielder - Outfielder Samuel (Skeeter) Fleming sustained an injured right hand and received treatment at the King's Daughters Hospital. Preliminary playoffs begin Monday at 8 p.m. with Turner and VTW paired. Tuesday night Kellum's meet Greenville Mills. The winners will clash the following practice Aug. 15. Coach Bevalaque, who has been working for American 1-ou- isiana Gas Company since school closed June 31, will be winding up his final week on his summertime job this week. Newcomers to the sqund in August will include Billy Rosenfelt, a 145 pound halfback, who moved to Greenville and has played football at a Virginia Catliolic High School. Rosenfelt has good speed. Billy Swain, a 175 pound fullback-halfback, is in Florida now along will] halfback John Ventura Swain has indicated he may go to St. Joseph's this fall Coa ch B ev nl aqu e pi a n s to attend the Mississippi As.sociation of Coaches Clinic in Jackson in early August. g a grand slam 4-run home run. 'ard had 3 hits in 5 trips, R nglo and a double being inclucl- d. Ward's homer came when tha ucks scored 7 runs. At one stage of the game Hol- .nclale was in front 13-8 and wero 1 front by a single run in tha inlh when Allen's blow came. I.nmont Echols will pitch for ollandnle in Sunday afternoon's ame. The loss to West Point, efending champions, deadlocked atesville, West Point and Hoi- ndale with one loss each. Bates- lie drew a bye in the final ound pitting West Point against 'ollandale again. 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SI2 Orlando St. Gretoviile, Phone ED 4-3*11 Red Gonway Gets Hole In One Here M a r t y (Red) Conway, GreenvHle Golfer, scored a hole in one at Greenville Golf and Country Club July 9, but it was only reported Saturday. Conway's ace was scored on hole No. 3, a 190 yard dn're, and Pro lorn J. Lundy in the rush of things during the early part of July forgot to make Ihe report. It was Conway's third ace, but his first oo the GGCC course. The others were scored in 1950 and I9H on the courses in cities where he formerly lived. He was playing a foursome with Maj. Jones, Jim Phclan »nd fra Pillman. . .. . . , H 1 U I I I X U U I I I J I C U l l l i v,lllv^r A t 11(U1- stnne at seven, trai ed by three-, .. . ,, « . , , fl he l' rt '! 7 i l z £ave Orioles and re- \\ith a pair of unearned runs. Kansas City netted six unearned runs! in defeating Washington 9-1. The White Sox, trailing by six j games in fourth place on July 4. · simply kept rolling on a tear in ;which they have knocked 70 hi!s Jack Fisher (5-8), who blanked the Tigers on six hits for seven frames. The A's wrapped it up with four unearned mns in the sixth at Washington, thanks to an error by Jim Lemon, who hit l.\; 2!!h home run for the Senators. 131 total for the 36 holes, j past iMrs. Charles Berry's 132 secured! weeks Ladies' Day at the Green- 'for her second place, and Mitchell Name GGCC Winners In Chipping, Polling Kellum's will go to Jackson for games in the state tournament August 11-15. flight] is as follows: 13 . 24 . 16 . 44 . 33 . IS D. McGovem Returns Any Ball From Any Distance. Reg. $5.93 WHOLESALE Returns Grounders, .'op Ups, Line Drives. Save 207o To 50% On F.verything Delta Wholesale Co. 815 M A I N STREET A chipping and putting contest (with : ?as the featured event oi the past iMrs. ville Golf ami Country Club, with Mrs. Stan Tngram Ihe winner. Low gross in Ihe A flight went to Louise Morrow and in the B flight to Millie Moody. Low net winners in A and B flights respectively were Betty Koestler and Margie Taylor. The second round of the Ladies 54 Hole Handicap Tourney completed this week saw Mrs. Robert Mann move into the lead Finch placed third with a 138. Most spectacular golf seen this : week was displayed by Louise Morrow who carded an 82 gross for her second round. Playing | with a 16 handicap Miss Morrof moved into fourth place, with 8 total of 139. In the B flight, Millie Moody continues in first place. In second place is Mrs. Ernest Roberts. Second round scoring for the two A 1 H TP A Y¥ A11\ JL A Jk 1 ANY TIME - ANYWHERE PLUSH ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FIVE PASSENGERS CRUISE AT OVER THREE MILES A MINUTE WITH MULTI ENGINE SAFETY! For Smaller Parties Use Our Beech Bonanza CYPRESS FLYING SERVICE Phone ED 2-7497 or 'ED 4-3063 Greenville, Miss. 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