The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 4, 1965 · Page 8
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Greenville, Mississippi
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Friday, June 4, 1965
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8 Friday, June 4, '65 Delta Democrat-Times C I f J £ 7 1 T R D a C s r i F C ^ * ii ii 1 S S J r E S S' (I S E fi tc p \\ W 7: P a Dodgers Edge Cardinals 11-10 To Open Five Game first Place Lead Braves Roughhouse The S.F, Giants, W-3 By United Press International W HO put the bounce back in the National League baseballs? This is supposed to be a season of gilt- edged pitching but balls were flying around parks Thursday night like they were powered by Titan II rockets. No less than 30 pitchers saw 4-1 For Tacoma action in four games yielding a total of 59 runs, including 14 doubles, two triples and nine homers, walking 3-1 batters, making seven wild pitches and hitting one batter. And when all the bombarding was over, the hitless - wonder Los Angeles Dodgers h a d opened up a five-game first-place lead -- their largest of th» season -- with a tidy little 11-10 victory over the world champion St. Louis Cardinals. Wild Game It was like the married men against the single men with a keg of beer at every base as the Cardinals bombed out Sandy Koufax with six runs in two innings and then saw their own pitching collapse. The score changed hands four times with the Dodgers finally pulling out the victor)' in a three - run eighth inning climaxed by Ron Fairly's two - run homer. The Milwaukee Braves roughhoused the San Francisco Giants 10-3, the Now York mcts ended the Pittsburgh Pirates' 12-game winning streak 8-6, and the Houston Astros s l a p p e d around the Cincinnati Reds 8-3 in other NL games. The Minnesota Twins extended their first- place lead to \Yi games with a Jackson To Host Dixie Net Tourney JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) Tennis players from at least four foreign countries and the United States will participate in the annual Southern Lawn Tennis Association championships here June 7-13. Officials of the host River Hills Tennis Club of Jackson announced Wednesday that players for Mexico, Australia, Switzerland and Venzuela would participate in the tournament. 4-3 win over the Boston Red Sox in the only scheduled American League action. Two Dodger errors helped to victimize Koufax but Los Angeles battled back for a 7-7 lie in the fourth inning and trailed 10-8 going into Ihe eighth. Wcs Parker started the winning rumble with a double. Jim Gilliam singled and Fairly followed with his homer. game-winning There were a total of 29 hits in (he game, including homers by Fairly, Ken Boyer, Bob Skinner and Julian Javier, triple by Maury Wills and six doubles. Doubles Day Braves were practicing The doubles in a big nine-run third inning which gave ex-Astro Ken Johnson a 10-1 lead and enabled him to earn the distinction of being the only major league pitcher of the day to last nine innings. Frank Bolling, Mack Jones, Hank Aaron and Felipe Alou all had doubles in the big inning which also was featured by Johnson's two- run single and Ed Mathews' two-run homer. The Mets ended the Pirates' 12-game streak with an 11-hit attack concentrated largely in a six-run fourth inning which produced an 8-0 lead. The big blows of the inning were a bases-filled single by pitcher Galen Cisco, Ed Kranepool's two-run double and a two-run s i n g l e by Joe Christopher Andre Rodgers went 4-for-4 am Willie Slargell and Jerry Lynch homered for the Pirates. .Rusty Staub's three-run horn er and three hits each by Ron Brand and Bob Lillis led the Astros' nine-hit offense whicl brought Don Noltchnrt his firs' victory ol Los Angeles Milwaukee "incinnnti San Fran St. Louis Houston Pittsburgh Philadelphia Woodeshick the season. Ha c l e a n e d up fo: NOTICE HEFINISHERS Stftcb Ipray -- Loiquira cJuch lrn flnm SttaE Wool Pftliih -- Scratch Rtmavin Star Polish DELTA TRADING POST T4S W»lt. Av«. 335-2571 C«ltf«n Sinr and Sin/ Pr Wiping StalR -- Exl Sprvy 'N' Notlebart when the Reds scorec two runs in the ninth. Camilo Pascual gained hi seventh straight win on thi strength of seven innings o five-hit pitching and an eight hit attack led by Bob Allison's eighth homer. Bill Mnnbou- quclte suffered his fifth defea for the Red Sox. CAREFREE VACATIONS BEGIN ATTHIS STANDARD STATION You're spent a strenuous year earning your long- awaited vacation. Now let your car spend an hour at our Standard station insuring the success of your trip! We'll check every critical part, change oil, KYSOlubricate front to rear. You'll drive away in a vacation frame of mind. Especially if you're rolling . on husky, ATLAS Tires . . . STANDARD) with t}dr2s % m ° rc i"^* f\\\ yQisl on the road, and their Standard Oil guarantee! RAY MORPHIS, Agent No. Broadway Extended Phone 4-9851 Paul's Standard Oil Service Station 7K Main at Theobald SI. Phone 332-2/33 Prine's Standard Service Station Highway 1 at Thomas Shopping Center Phone 3W-92W Perry Standard Service Station Hwy. No. 1 at Old Leland Road Phone 334-9242 Neal Sons Standard Oil Station 202 N. Broadway at Alexander Phon« 332-7SI3 Overton To Hurl At Little Rock In Twin Bill Sunday Greenville's Joe Overton ol the Tacoma, Wash., club in (he Triple A. Pacific Coast League, will pitch for Tacoma against Arkansas in one of the games of a double-header at Little Rock Sunday. Tacoma will be playing in tittle Rock for Ihe only series this season. Tacoma is leading the western division of the circuit. Overton has won 4 and lost 1 game thus far this season. His latest victim was Oklahoma City Wednesday night. The onetime Greenville Hornets star athlete and later Au- hurn star of (he Southeastern Conference, defeated Oklahoma City for Tncoma 5-3 and limited the Oklahomans to 5 hits. He struck out 7. Robert Fonlcnot of Hollandale, scout for the San Francisco Giants, who signed Ov- erlon for (he Giants, said he talked with the fire ball Greenville hurler after Overton's victory Wednesday night. Overlon was assigned to Springfield, Mass., last season and is with a Giants farm club, Tacoma, this season. Indications were that a number of Greenville and Mid- Delta fans will travel to Little Rock this week-end to watch Overton in action with the Tacoma club. Five Fast Games Are Played Here In Boys' Baseball Sliipley Donuts, Exchange Club, Atkins Saw, Greenville Lumber, Lions Club and Brown Sheet Me:al won games Thursday in the Boys Baseball League. 'lie- results in games at four parks Mows: MILL ROAD PARK JUDGE LITTLE CO - 0 hits, 2 runs, pitcher Wright. SHIPLEY DO-NUTS -- 8 hits, 24 runs, pitcher Dunaway. FIRST NATIONAL BANK - 2 hit-;, 2 runs, pitcher Covington. EXCHANGE CLUB -- 12 hits, 11 runs, pitcher Walcolt. GREErVWAY PARK ATKINS SAW CO. -- 8 hits, 15 runs, pitcher Harrington. COCA-COLA - 1 hit, I run, pitcher Sclingslein. GREENVILLE LUMBER CO.- 8 hits. 24 runs, pitcher Meeks. Minnesota COMMERCIAL NATIONAL Chicago 3ANK -- 4 hits, 1 run, pitcher Detroit Orlansky Baltimore COMMUNITY CENTER Cleveland SPEED COPS - 10 hits, 4 runs, Los Angeles )itcher Rulledge. Boston LIONS CLUB - 15 hits, 15 runs, Washington pitcher Ingram. New York KIWANIS CLUB - G hits, 8 Kansas City rons, pitcher Reynolds. V. K W. -- 10 hits, 7 runs, pitcher Dawkins. GREENVILLE HIGH BROWN SHEET METAL CO.- hits, 6 runs, pitcher Fleming. SHAPLEY LUMBER CO. -- 5 ills, 5 runs, pitcher Peels. ----**·-"-- - - . . , . . . . . . . _^^--- - -. Here Are Leaders In Major Leagues By United Press International American League ioslon 000 100 Oil-- 3 6 3 rtinesota 030 000 Olx-- 4 8 2 Monbouquette, Earley (7) and "illman, Ryan (7). Pascual, Plei* (8), Klippslein (8), Nelson (9) and Zimmerman. Winner--Pascual (7-0). Loser--Men- bouquetle (5-5). HR -- Allison (8th). (Only game scheduled) National League Houston 033 110 000--8 D O Cincinnati 000 001 002-- 3 9 0 Nottebart, Woodeshick (9) am Bateman. Arrigo, Tsitouris (4) Craig (6), Duffalo (8) and Ed wards. Winner-- Notfebart (1-4) Loser-Arrigo (1-2). HRs--Staub (6th), Johnson (8(h). New York 002 COO 000-- 8 11 Piltburgh 000 000 060-- S 12 0 Cisco, Miller (8), Parsons (8) and Cannizzaro. Gibbon, (Sisk (4), Schwall (4), Wood (5), Carpin (8), McBcan (9) and Pagliaroni. Winner --Cisco (1-2). Loser-Gibbon (0-5). HRs -Stargell (llth), Lynch (4lh). Los Angeles 030 400 130--11 15 2 St. Louis 052 030 000--10 14 Oj Koufax, Reed (3), Purdin (4), Brewer (G), Miller (8) and Roseboro. Purkey, Carlton (fl, Taylor (6), Schultz (8) ami Loser--Schuliz (1-1). HRs-Boy- er (5th), Skinner (2nd), Javier (1st), Fairly (6th). \V0 take better- care of your cetr Independents-VG In 10-10 Deadlock LEAVE FOR PENSACOI.A TOURNAMENT: This Allied Van Lines team of Stars from the Greenville Softball League left today for Pensacola, Fla., to take part in a tournament starting there Saturday. The Greenville team meets the winner ot a Pcnsacola-Mobile game in their first contest. In the picture, from left, front row, Manager Samuel (Skccter) Flem- ing, Tommy McGehee, Monroe Wilkins, Ray J. Quong, C. Ollremari, Lee Wallace, Jerry Hill. Back row, from left; Jim Liud, Ben Oakes, Paul Griffith Jr., John Azar, Lib Cower, Jimmy Cothran, Wes Freeland, Billy Hood, Jimmy Luye, business manager. The mascot, front, is Jimbo Loyd, (Staff Photo by John Childs) By United Press International National League W. L. Pet. GB 31 23 25 215 24 24 21 20 20 19 .646 .. .548 5 .543 5 .542 5 .511 C' .471 8| .457 9 .444 9 .444 9! .396 12 New York Thursday's Results New York 8 Pittsburgh C, night Houston 8 Cincinnati 3. night Milwaukee 10 San Francisco 3, night Los Angeles 11 St. Louis 10, night American League W. L. 1C|. GB 29 J5 .659 ... 27 1C .028 ll/ 2 GRAND --Iowa's young boasted two day, and if he ht to OT to an immediate Spray, a 24- dianola, Iowa, in absentia" N'ew Mexico under par 08 day lead in t Open. It was has led i the Ag ;ainst the 25 26 21 25 21 22 19 10 .028 .508 .553 .512 .4!H .467 .4 tO 10 .422 lQi/ 2 .250 17/ 2 Thursday's Results Minnesota 4 Boston 3 (Only game scheduled) far raduafes, ickOpen INC, Mich. (UPI) g Steve Spray ew diplomas to- c can prove his them it will lead te cash payoff. year-old from Ingot one diploma from Eastern State University t, only a few had wrapped up Dskin with a four to seize Ihe first he $100,000 Buick irst time he ever ourney on the pro is seventh venture ars of the game have prevented ning a nickel" in tournament pro- d, "I might have vice before, after but never after fh, Wright 11 A VI f At voriies :, Ky. (UPI) - rth, the tour's f winner, and ; Mickey Wrieht. Negro Boys Loops Delia Wholesale Tops Walker 4-0 Delta Wholesale crushed Walker Farms 4-0 Thursday in a Na- ional League game of Negro L i t t l e League baseball. Arrington pitched his team to victory and Johnson was the loser. Hitters included Leon Alvoid, a home run and triple; Larry Kennedy, two home runs and a single; J. W. Williams, two home runs, all for Delta Wholesale. Willie Dean dei'bled for Walker Farms. In the second game May's defeated J. Shnmoon 16-7. Brook Robinson was winning pitcher ami Jerry Echols was the loser. Eddie Conlie had two homers and a double and Dean Houston 3 singles for May's. Larry Simmons homered and singled, Mil- Ion Williams got two doubles and a single in 4 trips for Shamoon. In the Delta League Greenville Mills whipped U. S. Gypsum Company 11-4. Floyd Wells won the pitching assignment over M. McKinney. Wells hit a double and single to lead his team to a win. Pure Oil smashed Atkins 13-3. E. Gray was the winning hurler over Artis Greene. Calvin Armstrong with twn hits srvl T? U/hif- INDEPEKDEN1S Atfcrrv 11. ... . Hcckeir. Builcrd. , . 3b. .. rl. ... By BARRY JONES i T h e Independents a n d V G of the ladies league battled to a 10-10 dead-lock last night as the game was called in the 6th because of the time element. Tliey|f^ ilh ef will play off the tie the next timej£°itTMr, 'cf.'V the 2 teams meet. TOTALS .. Cooper was pitcner for the iva^evt-der VG nine while Gilliam pitched!t*eiiJg«, 2b. fer Ihe Independents. |l£dien'.''c.".'.'. Lambeau To Be v p; ' Buried Saturday GREEN BAY, Wis. (UPI) i. L. (Curly) Lambeau will be buried Saturday in the small he helped make a citadel of professional football. Lambeau, a founder of t h e jreen Bay Packers and he earliest salesman of of pro football, died Tuesday night of a heart attack at the age of 67. . . B«l'. Ib. .. Mullen cF. 33 10 9 A! « H 2 2 2 3 2 1 0 0 1 1 I 1 0 1 0 T 0 0 0 0 1 2 Collegians Aim Ai Trask Marks SIOUX FALLS, S. D. (UPI) --Sponsoring officials expect to track when and the fiiend in Biloxi Outboard Jubilee June 14 BILOXI -- Advance registra- and inquiries for the 1965 annual Biloxi Outboard Jubilee June 14 - 19 are coming] see a wholesale onslaught on field records today National Association The stormy Belgian w h o ^ Intercollegiate Athletics an- coached the Packers f r o m j n u n l oulloor moct £ cls u n ( i c r their birth in 1919 until his con-: wa '' (rovcrsial retirement in 1949 | Tne y nolcd lhal H mcct died quietly while mowing ,t, 0 'standards bmc 1*TM bettered awn of Gay, Wis. "Curly Lambeau's death is a loss, not only to Green Bay and : Wisconsin, but also to professional football." said Packer Coach and General Manager Vince Lombard!. "He will be remembered always by those who played with and for him." Sturi;con; ^ the competing season. A matched. athletes during 12(h hus been Fred Whitacre Z E N I T H TELEVISION · RADIO STEREOPHONIC HI Fl Hwy. No. 1 South with every mail delivery, ! the Biloxi Port Commission announced here today. "We have 20 advance boat registrations and 40 individual registrations to date," John A. Mar- [iniere, Biloxi Port Commission Director announced. "This is a for advance registrations over past years at this date. It like a record-breaking event in every way." "We have information requests 14 states and from as far away as Canton, Ohio." who thus him from "ca: the lucrative gram. " he said, led once or ti tlie first bole, Ihe second." LOUISVILLE, Kalhy W leading money long-ball hiltinj liead up the field for the Blue- rass Invitational Tournament which opened here today. Oil in the Delta League game. Recreation Committee won from P. D. Condon 10-3 in a Babe Ruth League game. Ranny Jones pitcher the win and Gable Vick the loser. Clarence Johnson homered and F. Hall tripled for Recreation Committee. S. Hines got a double and Jimmy Greene singled for Condon. Sacred Heart smashed VFW 18-0 in the second game. Greene bested Johnson. Odis Mitchell hil home run. Mac Connor posted a single for Sacred Heart. Greene 9. "Ail I said was: ^ ;.:·; Show me a filter that delivers the taste and I'll eat my hat." Try Lucky Filters !ar with a double and a single, "lifton crashed a home run, :riple and a single, all for Pure' GOOD/VEAR ^^ ^ ^* Spray new Caparol after cotton is 6 inches high to control weeds. Industrial Electronic SUPPLIES BLUFF CITY DtSUIIUTINO CO. |10I Hn. I S.[. rh. [0 Control most annual broadleaf weeds and grasses in cotton with new Caparol* herbicide. Simply apply as a directed spray to the base of your cotton when it is six inches or higher. You'll get good knockdown of weeds and grasses that are less than two inches high ... plus some killing action through the roots of laler-germinating weeds. The cost of this treatment, when Caparol is applied in a 10 inch band, can be as little as 85 cents per acre. 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