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Knock Pirates From National Lead- Front InAL Doha Dcmocrnt-Tlmei 'Monday, July 25 'CO 7 Milwaukee Wins Two from Cubs; Bucs Lose By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS For the first time since May 30, the National League lias a new leader. Pittsburgh finally has given way to the charge of the Milwaukee Braves who have been chewing chunks out of the Pirate lead in recent dnys. Just before the All-Star break, the Pirate lend measured 5'^ games. The wise men along Broadway had tabbed the Dues as 1 to 4 favorites to win the pennant. Dravcs Close Gap Milwaukee closed the gap Sun- port of a 12-hit attack Including home runs by Johnny Logan and Joe Adcock as the veteran won his IHh. Buhl tied up with rookie Jim Brewer, up from Houston, in a real pitching duel until Mel Roach doubled with two out in the ninth Inning of the second game. Logan was given an intenlional pass and Al Spangler, running for Roach, stole third. Dark the laced a single to left for the run It was Buhl's 10th victory. Antonelll Knocked Out The Giants were rolling with a 6-0 lead on homers by Willie Mays and Bob Schmidt when day by whipping Chicago tsvice 7-:blister developed on Billy O'Dell's 5 and 1-0 behind a couple of familiar names,' Warren Spahn and Dob Buhl. The Pirates trailing G-0, scared San Francisco with three runs in the ninth and had Manager Tom Shechan digging deep into his bullpen for three pitchers before the Giants finally nailed down a 6-3 victory l,os Angeles, blazing hot with 29 consecutive innings of shutout p;iching--27.against, the Phillies- blanked the Phils again 90. Stan Williams, the big man of the Dodger staff, hit a two-run homei during an eight-run spurt in the third inning and then managed to pitch a KKrlt shutout. St. Louis came up with two in the ninth with the help of an error by Roy McMillan and a double by Ml White and nipped Cincinnati 6-5. The result left the Cards in fourth place but only one percentage point behind the third- place Dodgers. Each is four games behind the Braves. The Braves gave Spahn the sup-lthe looser * * pitching hand after he walked Dick Groat to lead off the ninth Johnny Antonelli,' the first relle! man, was knocked out. Billy Loes next in line was thumbed out for arguing with the plate umpire Mike McCormick finally got the side out. In the big third inning, Los Angeles sent 11 men to the plate against John Ruzhardt and Jim Owens and eight of them go' hits. Norm Larker regained the league baiting lead at .344 with two of the Dodgers' 15 hits. Cincinnati appeared to have locked up (he game with St. Louis when it scored two in the sev enth for n 5-3 edge but Stan Mu sials homer cut the edge to one run in the eighth and the Cards pulled it out with a rally againsi Jay Hook and Bill Henry in the ninth. McMillan's error let one run in and While's double scoret the other. Bob Gibson was the winner on relief and Hook was Jay Hebert Captures PGA Golf Laurels AKRON, Ohio (AP)-Jay Hebert finally got even with his kid brother. The ex-marine, wounded at Two Jima stormed out of a four-way crush Sunday to win the 42nd Professional Golfers' Assn. championship by a stroke, leaving 1947 champion Jim Ferrier, three-time champion Sam Snead, and third- round leader Doug Sanders In his wake. Should Slop Needling That should put a stop to the "needling" Jay, 37, has been getting down around his bayou home in Lafayette, La., ever since his brother, Lionel, 32, won the same title three years ago. The Hebert boys, on the tour only fivo years, are brother act to grab Pale Hose Divide With N. Y. Yankees By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS iror of a major league record by Eli Grba is a name not calculated to strike terror into the hearts of American League hitters. Yet this 25-year-old right- hander, recalled from the Richmond farm in. early June has saved the New York Yankees at a crucial stage. The Yanks were moaning low Sunday after losing the first game of a 'doubleheader to Chicago 6-3. Tlie White Sox came into town In second place and proceeded to win three, straight from New York. One more defeat and the proud I mnking five in the seventh inning while losing the first game to Kansas City 6-3. The Senators snapped back 10-2 behind Camilo Pascual. The Yankee-White Sox double Yanks would have been three games back. Desperate for pitching afler the failures of Bob Turley, Whitey Ford and Jim Coates, the Yankees called on Grba. He came through with the first complete game of his brief major league career and his second victory over the White Sox £-2. As a result the White Sox' lead was cut to one game. Grba has a total of four victories over two seasons in the majors and three of them have been at the expense of Chicago. Orioles Grab Third Baltimore sneaked into third place, three games back, by edging Detroit 2-t in 11 innings on Jackie Brandt's fourth hit of the day. Boston dropped Cleveland into fourth place by taking two from the Indians who spent most of the day jawing with the umpires. The scores were 1(H and 7-j. Washington came within one er- dr'ow the season's largest Yankee Stadium crowd, 60,002. The fans saw Billy Pierce whip the Yanks in Ihc first, with late inning relief help from Turk Lown and Frank .umann as the Sox pcxmdetl Yank pitching for 12 hits including Roy Sievers' 16th homer. Grba went an the way in the second game while New York ruined Herb Score's comeback hopes by knocking him out in Ihi fourth inning. Mickey Mantle hit his 24(h homer off Russ Kemmei er in the fifth. Bill Monbouquctte and Mike Fornielcs, working in relief of Frank Sullivan were the Boston winners. Ted Williams beat out a bunt. Jimmy Piersall, fined $100 and called on the carpet for Saturday's argument, hid behind the flag-pole in center field during one of the many arguments between Indians and umps. Gary Bell and Jack Harshman were the Cleveand losers. Brandt's game-winning hit gave Baltimore third place. Chuck Estrada turned in a five-hitler against the Tigers for his 10th victory. In that wild inning at Washington, shortstop Jose Valdivielso made three errors. Second baseman Bill Gardner and right fielder Dan Dobbek each made one. the only big-time title since the Smith brothers, Alex and Willie, did it in the National Open around the turn of the century. Both the Louisianians hit the heights on Ohio courses. Lionel won at Dayton's Miami Valley layout, in 1857, the last time the feature was at match play. Jay did it on Firestone Country Club's 7,165-yard "monster" over which par was bettered only 13 times in four days. Hebert wound up with a par 70 and a 72-hole 281, one over par, with birdies on two of the last four holes. Ferrier, the ex-Australian with the dip in his swing, was second at 282, and Snead and Sanders deadlocked at 283. Palmer Ties For Seventh Arnold Palmer, famed for his finishes in winning the Masters and Open crowns this year, couldn't make up a stroke on the final 18 with a par 70 and wound up tied for seventh with ex-champion Doug Ford at 2S C . Snead, who has "blown" eral big championships with shaky Beavers. Hegwood pitched finishes, did it again. With two win for the Bears. .... two holes '.o play he held a stroke lead in a four-way fight for the finish. But he bogied the last two to lose three strokes to Hebert. Hebert picked tip Jll.OOO of the record 563,000 purse, boosting hi: year's earnings to 533,002. Fcrriei almost doubled his previous laki with the $5,500 second prize * * Final Top Ten Scores In PGA AKRON, Ohio. (AP) -Final top 10 scores and ties with the prize money in the 42nd Professional jolfers Assn. Championship com- ileted Sunday at Firestone Coun try Club's 7165-yard par-70 course. Jay Hebert, Lafayette La., 7267-72-70--281 511,000 Jim Ferrier Burbank, Calif. 71-74-GG-71-2S2 55,500 Sam Snead, White Sulpmur Springs, W. Va.. 6S-73-70-72-2S3 $3,350 Doug Sanders, Miami Beach 70-71-69-73--283 53,350 Don January, Dallas, 70-70-72-72 -285 $2,800 Wes Ellis, West Caldwcll, N.J., 72-72-72--«9--285 $2,500 Doug Ford Crystal River, Fla. '5-70-69-72--286 $2,125 Arnold Palmer, Ligonier, Pa 67-74-75-70--286 $2,125 Ken Venturi, Palo Alto, Calif., 70-72-73-72--287 $1,900 Dave Marr, Houston, 75-71-69-73 --288 $1,750 Fred Hawkins, El Paso Tex. 73-69-72-74--299 51.750 SOPHOMORE STAR By Alan Mover HI5 TROUBLES TUB OfE?/tHG Ait.' GAME. Memphis Golfer Cards 72 To Win Greenwood Title GREENWOOD, Miss. (AP) Gene . Dixon of Memphis, Tenn.,! Sunday carded a par 72, his worst in three rounds, but stilt managed to capture the title ii PEl/SLOPED /tiro ft/7 LEAGUE'S TOP MOST Wot/PER /-fffoM ·f TZ %R otfiy TIYKE Panthers Win 14-4 And Heel Lions For Title The Panthers won first place in ( the final half of the American Lc-; Minor League Saturday by 1 rolling over the Beavers 14-4 at Maud Bryan Park. | In a Sunday afternoon game Ihc Rebels used 17 hils to defeat thcj ^ndrans 9-3. Tlw Indians got only' hree blows. i The Bears wound up the season' Sunday with an 11-8 win over the. Jimmy To Talk To Gronin Tribe On Warpath; Pie f sail Is Object BOSTON (AP)--The Cleveland "|Indians are on the warpath, and tournament. Despite his consistent accuracy in the amateur event, Dixo/- had to whip Dickie Myer of Baton Rouge, La., in a sudden death playoff after both reached the end of the 54-hole (ourney with a 6- under-par 210. Dixon Birdies First Hole Dixon birHicd on the first hole of the playoff while Myer shot a par 5. Two others, Louis Culley of Jackson and Burt Burdick of Baton Rouge, tied at the ciul with 211 each. Culley took third place by beating Burdick in a six-hole playoff. Dixon, former Tennessee stale amateur champion and Memphis city tillist, was in the tournament for the second time. He finished fourth in 1955. Myer nearly had the championship on the 18th hole. He was 3- undcr-par and needed a birdie on the 500-yard, par 5 hole to win. But the ball went out of bounds' on the second shot, costing him| a penally shot and putting him; in the playoff with Dixon. Defending champion Bill Chap man of Russellville. Ky., finished Manager Frank Lane to demand that he take action to curb Pier- sail's antics. One irate player told a reporter the team is on the verge of a revolt, adding that "Lane has got to do something or the entire team will fall apart." A veteran Tribesman said the Indians "still have a good chance to win the pennant, but not if Pie.-sall remains unchecked. We Rawls Winner Of Worcester Golf WORCESTER Mass. (AP) _ The nation's lady professional in 20th place. He was eliminatedlgolfers headed today for the from the championship flight at American Open at Minneapolis, the object of their ire is teammate Jimmy Piersall, tile excitable center fielder. Piersall stayed behind In Boston today for an appearance before American League President Joe Cronin while the rest of the squad packed their war clubs and set off for New York, where they o|cn a four-game scries against the Yankees Tuesday. May Seek To Curb Antics Team members said they may seiul a committee to General the end of the second round. Here's The Scores How they finished: Gene Dixon, Memphis aware that even boot a big one. the stars can OS-70-7:--210 Dickie Myer, Baton Rouge the Southern Resumes Service NOW DIRECT SERVICE to MEMPHIS«NEW ORLEANS BATON ROUGE For Reservations Call Southern Airways Detroit Boston 7/ 2 |Louis Culley, Jackson 71-7049-210 15 Kansas City 54 In the Minor League game Curtis Pace hit his first homer of the season, Steve Carter pitched a 6- hitter for the Panthers and copped I his fourth victory of the second' half. ! Pace got 3 hits in 3 trips, Carter (wo nils in 2 trips, Woods 2 for 3 and Neyman 2 for 4. Nelson, Newman, Howe, Muirhead, Hollowell, Billings ami Roebuck turned .409 .379 Sunday Results Chicago 6-2, New York 3-8 Boston 10-7, Cleveland M Kansas City G-2, Washington 3-10] 71-58-72--211 Burl Eurdick, Balon Rouge 70-70-71--211 Charles Kennon, Balon Rouge Tommy Lo't, Columbus 71-74^7-212 1 (11 in-|Hank Grant*, Belzoni 70-72-74--216 Monday Games No games scheduled 71-73-72--216 I Dr. George Coors, Memphis National League Milwaukee Pittsburgh in outstanding fielding. | Los Angeles .. The Panthers finished in last! St. Louis place in the first half with 3 wins San Francisco and six defeats. In the final half Philadelphia they won 7 games and lost 2. W. 52 53 43 49 . 45 35 L. Fct, G.B .591 .559 .5-15 .544 .517 .359 .375 The champion team will lie de- off between the Panthers and the Lions starting Friday. The secondi game is scheduled for Sunday and the third game on Tuesday. Chicago J3 Sunday Results cided in a 2 out of 3 games play-i San Francisco 6, Pittsburgh 3 Milwaukee 7-1, Chicago 5-0 Los Angeles 9, Philadelphia 0 St. Louis 6, Cincinnati 5 Monday Games In the Rebels triumph over the.' Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N) J '--- "' ' ' " ' ' Cincinnati at Chicago Indians Richard Brown went the' 8 inning -oule for the win. Craig' Jones was the losing hurler, Jini-j my Cochran, Wendell Frazier and- David Hill hit homers for the Rebels. Tennessee Gage Star To Chocs MEMPHIS (AP) -- Rhesa Davis star athlete for Bartlett High Only games scheduled Tuesday Games Pittsburgh at St. ouis (N) Milwaukee at Ssn Francisco (N) Philadelphia at Chicago SOUTHERN Atlanta Birmingham ASSOCATION W. U I'ct. .B School, said he has signed a four-! Litt!e Rocl year basketball scholarship lo at- Mobile tend Mississippi College at Clin-' Snrew P° rt ton Miss. (Nashville Davis said he will study for thej M c m P l l i s ministry and probably play foot-j C n a l l a n o o £ a ball a- well as basketball. Record Catches At Alabama Rodeo MOBILE, Ala. (AP) -- Record CO 55 52 51 52 51 57 42 .571 .534 .520 .500 .495 .490 Ham Carolhers, Jacks-m 73-71-72--216 David Dixon, Memphis 74-71-71-215 Curtis Persons, Memphis 72-70-75--217 73-73-71--217 Clayton Cole, Monroe, La. Sunday's Results A t h n l a 3, Mobile 8lh, rain) They saw Mickey Wright drop a two-stroke halfway lead Saturday in the losing the National Women's Open Golf tourney at the 6,137-yard, par 35-37 -- 72 Worcester Country Club course. It was the first time the willowy blonde from San Diego lost a tournament after taking a first- round lead. The winner was Betsy Rawls of Spartansburg, S. C. and although she is the leading money winnei this season, she was written off because she was so Jar off the pace. However," she overcame a seven-stroke leatl during the 36 hole play Saturday to take the title and 51,700 in prize money. For Betsy, it was an unprecedented fourth Open championship, breaking a reccorcd she held jointly with the late Babe Zaharias. Miss Wright was shooting for her (bird straight title. The first to win two successive titles, in 1953-59, she finished fifth. U, S. Olympic Swim Team Hopes Hiked TOLEDO, Ohio. (AP) -A week-! end of record shattering performances that stunned even the most optimistic of the experts has buoyed the United States' Olympic swimming hopes. Six world records fell during the AAU Men's National Outdoor 1 ympic short course swimming Swimming and Diving Champion-! ind diving championship. p h 'P s - American and meet stan-, Jackson edged Shrevcport La I*"' 0 ' 5 vvere toppled in all 14 senior 262-233 here Saturday. Columbia' s v v i m m i n S e«- lnl s. Miss, was third Baton Rouge | ..,,-.. unbclicvablCi » said Gus La. was fourth and the New Or-: S(Bgcl . p , ne yout hful University ofl eans Royettes were f i f t h . ! M j c higan coach who will lead the' Jackson edged the defending a s A sw immers Into Olympic 8 2 champTM Royettes 134-132.',, tu| mion in K(me , ater thjs 14 wm the g i r l s title. | s ,, mnier . 17 there were three Iripb winners j in the tourney. Bob Katz oi Now 117 FOR SPAIN IN OLYMPICS 74-73-71-218 Mort Jordan, Greenwood 76-72-71--219 Joe Corbett, Grenada 73-73-73--219 John Kirk, Greenville 7-1-72-74--220 Billy Barrett, Memphis 73-74-75-222 Jackson Swimmers Defeat Shreveporl JACKSON Miss. (AP) -- The -lying J's of the Jackson Swim Assn. have won their second ifraight southern AAU junior 0- swimming got a lot of rough decisions from umpires in the Boston scries. They lean over backward when Piersall is concerned but take it out on the rest of the players." Fines Have Little Effect Members of the team said they thought the fines that have been levied on Piersall will have little effect. "They talk about the $350 he (Piersall) has paid in fines this season," said one player. "That's a big joke. He will mrke far more than that making personal appearances. But we aren't going to make any extra money unless we win the pennant." Cronin called Piersall on the carpet lo explain his antics and umpire-baiting tactics. MacKay Captures U,5. Net Crown; Team To Mexico CHICAGO (AP) -Barry Mac 'ay, at the peak of his game after impressively winning the National Clay Courts Tennis Title, oday headed the U.S. Davis Cup earn toward Mexico City. The four-man squad of Mac- Cay, Bernard (Tut) Bartien, :huck McKinely and Earl Buch- ralz, are to arrive in the Mexican ·apital tonight. They will have nearly two veeks to get acclimated to the ligh altitude before opening the second round of American Zone )avis Cup competition, which, as n Canada, will be played on clay courts. The U.S. team trimmed Canada n the first round before arriving at the River Forest Tennis Club lere, where the 24-year-old Mac-'j Kay never was sharper in hammering down the mechanical Bartien Sunday 4-6, 7-5, 6-4, 6-0, n the finals. SAVE Birmingham G-6, Chaltar.ooga 0-3 Little hock 0-0. Nashville 6-6 Shrcvepoit 2, Memphis 0 1 (called eixl|0rleans YMCA, Da Hi!! Shrevcport and Judy Smiih MADRID (AP)- Spain Saturday ofjnamcd 147 men and 8 women as Shreveport. EC isting records. ch broke two ex-:its representatives in the Rome I Olympics. Aug. 25-Sept. 10. Rained Out Sunday West Point And Hollandale Clash In Semis Tonight WEST POINT - The scheduled semi-final game between Hollandale and West Point was postponed here Sunday because of ain. Holiandaie and West Point will clash Monday night at 8 o'clock. The winner meets Batesville for the Mississippi somi-pro championship Tuesday night. Lamont Echols Is scheduled to hurl for Hollandale tonight es th-j Ducks will seek to avenge a ninth inning 16-15 win by West Point Friday night. Jt was raining at noon Sunday in West Point and the game was called off at that time, Ik-cause of the rain the tournament was delayed one day. anager Junior Grififch ond hij Hollandale Ducks were in West Point Sunday for the game and will be ready for the contest tonight. "The tournament ivas just held up for a day because of tha rain. We play Monday night" Robert Fonienot of the Kollan. dale team said Monday. US Olympic Traek Team Begins Work EUGENE, Ore. (AP)-"lf they they want purple Iwtterrnilfc," Bud Winter said today, "we'll get them purple buttermilk." Winter is one of the coaches of the United States Olympic track and field team assembling here for a week of practice to bo capped by a meet Saturday. America's "finest 56" plus alternates, plus four Canadian guest athletes, plus coaches and trainers began today to work out kinks and sluggishness which may have developed in Hie layoff since tb.2 Olympic Trials early this month. AIR TAXI Anytime Anywhere Cypress Flying Service ED 2-7W or ED 4-3K3 Complete BOAT, MOTOR and TRAILER $ Reg. S2395.00 Only 19% Down Delivers 16 FT. FIBERGLASS SPEEDLINER Has Mercury 700E, 16 foot Heavy Duty Magnolia Trailer and 70 h.p. Full Electric Motor. THE FULTON Highway I South Phone ED 2-1763 size catches of ,-imborjacfc. red! Monday's Games snapper and speckled (rout yes! No E ame s scheduled) erday brought the total of record! catches to six during the three^Alabama deep sea fishing^ ^ ^^ Harvey Roberls of Tupelo.j CLARKSDAI.E, Miss. 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