The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 6, 1965 · Page 10
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2 ..JO Sunday,-June 6, .'65 Delta Democrat-Times ; faTFteta Of 5 Flags Tourney Pensacola Ekes 3-2 Win Over Greenville P ENSACOLA, Fla. -- Escambia Motors of Pensacola eked a-3-2 win over Greenville, Miss'., Allied s: Van Lines here Saturday in the Fiesta of Five Flags 5-,-Invitational Softball .Tournament, .=tj ..The Greenville (com, 1964 Mis- -Ssissippi softball champions, were !*·. rin'M up in the race all of Ihc ·" "wrv; 1 ..". '. · Greenville scored first in the fourth when Tommy McGehee . singled in Ray Quong who had Breached first on an error. Ben :- : Oakes delivered a single in the ·"·· fifth inning and Wes Freeland, a - T.pinch runntr, scored on a sacri- ": fice and error. "· 'Greenville Threatens Twice The Greenville team threatened in the seventh when Manager Seeeter Fleming led off the inn' ing. with a triple to deep left ,field but was left stranded. And ·v: in 'the' first .inning Paul Griffith : : iJr., tripled but was also unable "/·to score: ~.j jjie^GreenVille team got only 4 . : hit/;.·Escambia had won an earlier game from Mobile, Ala., and ' their victory was the second in the tournament which has attract ed top softball teams from Dixie States. Ben Oakes started on the mourn foi Greenville and worked four nnings. Bob Belz relieved Oakes and hurled two hit ball the rest the way. "We were the best, but we jusl ;ot beat," Manager Fleming of he Allied Van Lines learn said rom the San Carlos Hold where he team is quartered. The Grcen- ·ille team planned to return home Sunday. Talking Over Phone fOE THE SERVICE Of ' RADIO - TV - HI-FI THE USUAL OB UNUSUAl CONSULT, MaGiCo Electronic Engineering IK Khw 1. »· "»"· "':*'« Hail To Ml Is Winner At Balmonl N EW YORK (UPI) Hail To All, outrun in both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, survived one of the bitterest stretch duels in the history of the Belmnot Stakes at Aqueduct Saturday to win the third of the Triple Crown classics by a neck. Wilh Jockey Johnny Sellers n the saddle. Hail To All fought his way to the front in the last 50 yards lo outrun Tom Rolfe in one of the most dramatic finches in the history of the race. First 1 Family was third Betty Conway In Flight 1 Finals Delta's H. Cauthens In Champion Finals Y ICKSBURG (UPI) -- Medalist Mary Ann Edge of Tackson and former champion Harriet Cauthens of Clarksdale won their semi-final matches Saturday and will meet for the championship of the Annual Women's State Amateur Golf Tournament. The 36-holc finals of the match play event will begin Sunday morning at the 5,400-yard Vicksburg Country Club. Mrs. Cauthens, who won the championship in 19C2, defeated Negro Boys Loops Alabama Star Killed By Boll DOTHAN, Ala. (UPI)-A 17- ear-old high school football star was killed Friday when struck by a lightning bolt while alking to his friend on the :elephone. Houston County Sheriff James rfcrring said Horace Bencfield of pants was pressing Horace a pair and talking to Ronnie Barrett, 17, when lightning apparently came in on electrical lines and killed him. I'm burning up," Barrett said Benefield told him lightning raced through his body. DO YOU PLAN TO REDECORATE THE INTERIOR OR PAINT THE EXTERIOk OF YOUR HOME? WE FEATURE . . . Complete fainting £ertice · EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED · CALL CHARLES PURVIS AT ... Greenville Paint Class Co. ED 4-3M1 the mile classic, one length far her back and three-quarters ) length ahead of Dapper Dan In the Kentucky Derby, Hai To All, owned by Mrs. Den Co hen of Baltimore, finished fift behind I.ucky Debonair, wh was injured in the Preaknes Slakes. Tom Rolfc, owned by the Pow Satnn Stable of Raymond Cues won the Preakness as Kail T All finished third. Saturday it was a diffcren story ns Hail To All, far hac the early running jn th longest of the classics, music cd the speed and strength neec cd to win this gruelling tes He was third choice in the be [ing and paid $7.M, $4.10 a $3.60 across the board. Drag Racer Sets Record, 209 MPH BRISTOL, Tenn., (UPI) - Con nic K a l i t t a , Mt. Clemens, Mich set a new World Record in th AA-Fuel Dragster Class Saturda by racing 209.17 rnph in the Sprin Nationals at Bristol Internationa Drag Way. Kalitla beat his own record 206.42, set last month in a dra race in Cecil County, Del. FARMERS INCORPORATED GmnvllU ED 2-7244 0*1 la City I73-M77 Greenville Lumber Tops Rode, 13-3 Greenville Lumber Company defeated Rode Building Material 13-8 Friday in the Southern League of the Negro Little League. Curtis Foster was winning hurl- cr over Denny Martis. Curtis Foster hit two home runs, one a grand slammer for Greenville Lumber Company. Robert Anderson had a home run and a single, Myrion Young a double and single. Martis hit two home runs and a single and Michael Morris blasted two home runs for Rode. Lucky Food Stores defeated Wasson Towing Service 15-7 in in the second game of the league contests. Robert Brook was the winner and Alfred Seals was the loser. Managers of Southern League learns will meet Monday at 5:30 p.m. at Armstrong elementary school. In International League games WESY defeated VFW 11-4. Larry Williams was winning pitcher and James Terry was the loser. Top hitters included Michael Washington, homer and a single; Kelly Williams, home run; Den nis McDowell, two doubles; Hen ry Washington, double and single; Henry Allen, double and single and Harvey Williams, a double all for WESY. Sam Randall, Ross Wells and Terry doubled 'for VFW. Funeral Directors thumped Betty Johnson of Vicksburg 5 and Saturday. Mrs. Johnson earlier lad upset the defending champion Mary Price of Ocean Springs. Miss Edge, runnerup in last 'car's event, eliminated 15-year- olcl Cameron Chapman of Yazoo City 3 and 2. Mrs. Caulhens, a housewife am mother of two, carded an even ar 37 on the first nine holes vhile Miss Edge posted a one over-par 38. Miss Edge is a phy sical education instructor at Mill saps College. Betty Conway In Finals Greenville's Betty Conway won from Snookie Williams of Jack son in the semi-finals of the f i r s flight Saturday, 7 and 5. Mrs Conway will play in the finals fo the championship of that fligh today. In the first flight matches Fri day Mrs. Conway defeated Jean ette Dennis of Greenville, 7 ani 6. Mrs. Conway is champion c Greenville Golf and Country Chi' and Mrs. Dennis is former cham pion. In the second flight Mrs. Han Dickman of Greenville, won from Mrs. Milly Cox 4 and 3. Laura Wickenhauser defeated Jean Friedman of Greenville, 4 and 3 ii the third flight. ELECTED TO BOARD CINCINNATI (UPI)- Jacot E. Davis, president of . was elected to the Kroge Cincin n a t i Reds board of directors o Thursday. Sacred Heart 16-3 in the secon game. Pitcher Mike Evans won over Carl Pinkins. Evans homer ed. Henry Ralph tripled and singled and Clyde Barnes and Robert McElvaine got two singles for the Funeral Directors. Reginer Moore doubled for Sacred Heart. GREENVILLE'S BIGGEST SELECTION of USED FURNITURE, TV's, and APPLIANCES! LIVING ROOM SUITES CHAIRS TV'S · TABLES · PICTURES · LAMPS · RUGS · BEDROOM SUITES · MATTRESSES · SPRINGS · DINETTE SUITES · ELEC. 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