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Pirates^^ower Back Into Lead By Downing Cards 4-2-Reds 6 Virdon, ClemenleAnd Skinner Blast Homers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ,bc restrained from assaulting urn They said the trouble with the · Pittsburgh Pirates Is that they're just a bunch of singles In'tlere. They lacked the ingredient tliflt lielps win pennants--the long ball. So what did the Btics do about getting back :o first plnco Monday Night? Tliey banged out three home runs and halted the oncoming St. Louis Cardinals with o 4-2 victory that gave them n half-game lend over the idle second-place Milwaukee Braves. Bill Virdnn, Hob Skinner and Roherlo Clemcnte provided the long ball. Virjlon hi! his homer in tfie sixth. The blow came off --~ ..... .......,«.,, ,_,,,,_,,,i e ,,, al Larry Jackson and lied the' score on the play, took the throw from at 1-1. Pittsburgh went ahead, 2-1'first baseman Gordon Coleman pirc Ed Vardo, Banks, batting against Doi Ncwcombe in the second inning, was struck on the left knee by a pitch. He fell writhing to the ground and it was feared he had suffered serious inJLiry. Examina* lion showed only a bruise and ho was expcckHl to be in the lineup loday for his 5S9lh consecutive game. Nuxhall Blows In Eighth Nuxhall's blowup came in the eighth when George Altman, who had hit a three-run Iwmer off S'cwcoinuc earlier, beat out an infield hit. Nuxhall, covering first in the sixth and St. Louis tied it 2-2 in the seventh, when Jackson went out for n pinch hitter. In the eighth, with Ronnie Kline, a former Pirate 0:1 the mound, to When Varga called Altman safe Nuxhall charged him and nearly knockcd him off his feet. Manager Fred Hutchinson had Then Billy Skinner hit one into the seats lo regain the lead for the Pirates. Then, for insurance, Kobcrto Cle- mcntc homered in Ihe ninth and relief artist F.lroy race came in to seal Bob Friend's I t l h triumph of the season. Reds Defeat Cubs B-5 In the only oilier gome scheduled in cither league, tl;e Cincinnati Reds overcame a 5-0 deficit lo defeat the Chicago Cubs B-5. with two runs in the ninth climaxed an action-packed game in which Ernie Bani:s of Ihu Cubs was carried off (h c field after J being hit with n pitch and Cin-;'sacrifice flics'by'Kasko'and' Har cmnah pitcher Joe Nuxhall had to'ry Anderson. Martin and Coleman jumped on tlw southpaw pitcher and wrestled him to the ground to prevent a f u r t h e r atack on the umpire. The Cubs carried a 3-0 lead into the seventh when a walk and two singles gave Cincinnati a run. Cub slarlcr Bob Anderson was shelled n three-run eighth sparked by singles by Eddie Kasko and VnHa Pinson and Frank Robinson's double. NOW NO. 3! yep By Alan Mover J10,QQO Expected y W/L£.tAM$, Crax To Seek jxifri**!ti by xuy rtunTtt £y*fe«ri The Reds winning runs in t h e j ninlh came on singles by Controversy Over Calms Down Boys 1 Baseball NEW YORK (AP)-The Jimmy Piersall controversy has calmed down -- on the surface -- but re- A scheduled meeting today between the Cleveland players and Manager Joe Gordon to discuss mains explosive underneath. Trou- the perplexing Piersalt problem i - · " -- ·--·-i--· bled peace has descended on the was Slled off late Monday nigh ,,"'? -ITM" 18 ' bef ° rc decM "S i..,!:..,.,. i... -.. . . . fa rsischwjtz successors. Two mhpr 6lh Win In All-Star Tilh ATLANTA (AP) - Officials ex- pcci a crowd of about 10.000 fans to show up tonight to sec if the Atlanta Crackers can win their sixth Southern Assn. All-Star game in seven attempts. Allanta manager Rube Walker named Scott Brceden, a right- lander who has compiled a so-so! G-5 record, to start against an All-Star lineup packed with right- handed power represented by Birmingham's Stan Micelolta and Shreveport's Jay Ward. Leo Po-' sada and southpaw swingers for he Stars include Jim McManus and Jay Hankins of Shreveporl and Tim McCarver of Memphis. Baron Lcftie To Start Manager Lamar (Skecter) Newsome of the Birmingham Barons :hose his ace left-hander, Ronnie ischwitz (£H), to start against he Crackers. Nischwitz has beaten the Crackers three times this year, and they haven beaten him. The Baron lefty also sports the owest earncd-run average in the' eague, a stingy 2.14 figure. ! Walker indicated last night he : lans to follow Brecden with right- .anders Jim Harwell ad Chuck. Spell. And his choice of a fourlhj Wednesday Night Plan Movie For Meel To Honor Coach Beach Here Highlights of 1939 ol (he pro Baltimore Colts, Raymond Brown's team, will b* shown as part of the program for the informal meeting to welcome Head Football Coach Wally Beach at Blue Flame Lodge on Lake Ferguson torn- morrow night at 7 o'clock. Cold drinks will be served as compi:menls of the Delta Beverage Company and cookies will be served as compliments o f the S u n f l o w e r stores. The informal meeting will be called lo order promptly at 7 p.m. after invocation the purpose of the meeting will be outlined by Charles S. Kerg, sports editor ot 'tie Delta Democrat-Times. After the serving of refreshments it is expected that the coach Mill make, a short talk, along with other s p o r t s lenders. Tho film will show Greenville's great star of the Hornets and the Ole Miss Rebels as a member of the Baltimore Colts pro team- John Jose, manager of the Sunflower Store, who played football as halfback f o r Ducks Out Of Tourney By CHARLES S. KEKG T HERE'S NO ADMISSION charge and Greenville fans are asked to attend the meeting at Blue Flame Lodge on Ferguson tomorrow night Lake at o'clock. The plan is to welcome ^ach Wally Beach and his staff 'ncidentally the new Greenville ·figh coach has been and is stil: enthusiastic over his new job as athletic director of the Grecnvill_ lornets and head football coach. Since Coach Beach got here he unfolded the coverings from the cst bus the Greenville High earns have ever had. He's talked vith the Greenville High boys and made advance preparation so when Aug. 15 rolls around Ihe Black and Gold squad will hit it (f in fine style. So Wednesday night's big meeting will be one f interest here. THE SOUTH ALL STARS were cached by Coach Beach in their opsided .13-6 victory over the ·forth last fall at Jackson. Coach ieach was then mentor of rVfen- enhall and this year he will view game as a spectator. The West Point Defeats Holiandale 5 To 3 WEST POINT _ West Point's] Cantrell with a homo run and Prairie Belt Packers clash w[ih;Patterson with a home run and Batesville tonight for the State'single in 4 trips paced the West Semi-Pro Baseball championship. Point Team in gaining its victory. West Point defeated the Hollan- West Point won the championship dale Ducks 5-3 Monday night For last year and is favored to repeat their second win over the Deltans. : "" - · In defeating Holiandale West Point got 11 hits off Lamont Echols and the Ducks could get only five blows. Griffith, BnunHeld Hit Hollandale's five hits were garnered by two members of the in Tuesday night's final. Hollandale started off by scir* ing in the first and had a 2-0 lead at the top of the fourth when West Point forged ahead by scaring three runs on three singles and two outfield errors. Both teams scored in the sixth and tha Packers added another ia the sev- club. Manager Junior Griffithlenth. clubbed out 3 hits in 4 trips to the plate. Ore of Griffith's hits was a double. Bob Brumfield got Ho!-on the return trip from Vest landale's two other hits in four] Point, the Ducks haven't schednl- Arriving in Hoilandale West Point at 2:30 a.m. trorn today trips. One of Brumfield's hits was a home run and the other a dou- We. ed any more games. Decision was expected scon as to whether the dub will disband for the season. The PGA Grows, maHer !t !s For Pro Golfer AKRON, Ohio (AP)--The bigger he Professional Golfers Assn. championship grows, and it has ntishcd into the big three of Amer- can pro golf, the smaller it is airier is likely to he another right-j Clarlcsdale In 1953 and !S54, lander, Rick Cronk (7-3), ace of: a "d Sam Provenza, manager he Atlanta bullpen. j Newsome said he'd wail and. ee how things developed in the but it's no guarantee Hint another won't be called. Player representative Harvey left-handers, Bob Milo (lO-C) of Chattanooga and Bob Allen (10-7) nuyer representative Harvey ,,r MnMU , -11 k« -i Vi , Kuenn, after a talk with Piersall, °f it " ,£,.' "',". "* aVa '' P . b c a on S ! of Delta Beverage Company, are lending every cooperation in the plans for the program and furnishing the refreshments. jVFW Wins 1-0 In the second Greenville Junior game of Irm Baseball Lea-' Tim Browning Twins, Shannon- and Eugene, aided the Delta ! Video 11-3 victory Monday by," "£', blasting home runs. c^et Chicago New York Baltimore iCIevelnr.d Grc.envillei Wa5hin S lon .^"I'luii-M 11 it: i l l A l -mate tTOpIlV Ifl * " nmg run for Coca-Cola in a 9-8. t |, e Staralnrd "A" race at Ihe Ai,n! Iiosl ° n '" victory over Wassnn al Grccmvny. Drive-In Go-Karl Race Track. K a n s a s c ' l y gue. National League's Peter P.in| executed the first triple play o f ' the season. Dykes hit lo drive in the win- Ooyie McBride Wins SCart Race Doyle McBride of Gree ,captured the first-place trophy By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS . G.B. MONDAY R E S U L T S SOUTHERN LEAGUE cG'Mi*3v|. l?n 191, Kcil:rm (0 : C;t?. 19; 1 [61. NATIONAL LFAGUt T.-r-irui-'/ --Ce:-a Viift. 1111 PC,101 IV I Civ,*, (in. re;: r,,-, Mi BABE CUIK LEAG'j: IH yS S^.ool --f.'pcja IM}« f6l. US G.tiKT- |3; D.-XIE IE.VG.JE Will Ed PTH-.I Nn'cnol !!'!. V.-'i.-i.-',: .1C: S^'cc: E- n.ll. F.rhcr^ |.r IUSEDAY GAMES ·Sunday. p l a c i n B second was Sonny Utleyl iiarj.jof Greenville. William Dunaway,! F ie . d ,.'nlso of Greenville, came in third. Other winners included: Novice, first, Frank Slonc, Lake Washington; second, Junior Musses'. Greenville. American League W. L. Pet 52 38 .573 49 37 .570 51 47 ·13 42 36 33 Monday Results No gam PS Tuesday Games Chicago at Boston (N) Cleveland at New York (N) Kansas City at Baltimore (N) Delroit at Washington (N) 4.1 40 44 45 52 H .5-13 .540 .491 .483 .409 .379 1 3 31/2 7V4 8'/i 15 17'/j ille; CUSTOM MADE "SEAT COVEUS" Also Furnilure Upholstery A-l Upholstery 1040 AUic.i^ii way, Greenville. "A" Super, first, National League rsl, BoW)ie Picket!,! W L Pet G.B. second, Agnes Duna-jPittsburgh ..... 54 37 .593 -- Doyle Mc- ·Milwaukee 52 36 40 Bride. Greenville: second, Carllon St. Louis 43 41 Johnson. Greenville; third, Sonny San Francisco . 45 42 Los Angeles ... Utlcy. Greenville. Cincinnati . . ____ "li" Super, first, Carlton John- Philadelphia .. ..son, Greenville. .591 .545 .538 .517 .45G .389 .371 said there was no longer ?ny necessity to have a meeting. Piersall at lirsl greatly distressed to loan, that the players planned lo hold a meeting concerning htm, voiced pleasure over the decision. "Piersall convinced me that his talk with President Joe Cronin had given him a new outlook," said Kuenn. "Jim promised me that he would mem! his ways and his teammates are going to give him a chance to prove It. We're very glad we didn't have to have the meeting." On the surface, everybody is happy. But Ihe resentment apparently lingers on. Skowron Could Make Lives 01 Foes Miserable 4 7 IS'/, 20 She had lo figlil for the right lo Iov5...3jjinst the ioimsn the deceit, the shams that clouded all their lives! LANA TURNER-ANTHONY QUINN SANDRA DEE-JOHN SAXON «. , LIOYD nx» cur · mi X^TIOM; - ^..^ RICHARD BASEHART t ' t f f " ' S C B J f N C H T l T » ? C W ( P 6 T w.CHAtt ccfiDOM. rvwj cCFr j~j BEN ROBERTS · ROSS HL.-MER 4 tJHlvtHttt.lrtTf'NATIONAL ftCTitXl (Jo By The FoHiming places anil see Ihe Window Display of "PORTRAIT IN BLACK". Tenenbaums Wards Fashion House Larson's Studios (N) [Chicago Monday Results Cincinnati 6, Chicago 5 Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 2 Tuesday Games Pitjsburgh at St. Louis (N) .Milwaukee at San Francisco (N) Cincinnati at os Angeles (N) Philadelphia at Chicago NEW YORK (AP) - "Give Bill Skowron a full season with the Yankees and he's liable to make l i f e miserable f o r American Lengi:e pitchers." This is what Skowron's team mates and some opponents have been saying the past few years SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Monday Results (No games scheduled) Tuesday Games All Stars at Atlanta Leland Guard Wins 7-4 At Fort Gordon FORT GORDON, Ga., -- The 158th Signal Company of Leland, Miss., took time off from school and won over a strong Fort Gor- ·tlon team by a score of 7 to 4 behind Ibe strong pitching arm of Guardsman Bobby Livingston on Wednesday night. The ISSlh Signal Co. is receiving 15 days of specialized training in various fields of electronics nntl will return to Mississippi by charter bus on Sunday morning July 31. Don Bradey and Chuck Ready of Little Rock and Bob Milliken of the Memphis Chicks. Bradey, n member of Ihe 1953 All-Star cast, owns an 11-6 record, Ready, one of the big surprises of I960 i = 10-3. From In Series Opener By W. T. INGRAM VFW defeated Turner's 1-0 las in the first game in the Shreveport dominates the All- semi-finals of the playoff series Star lineup with five spots among of the Greenville Softball League, the starters, an oddity since the! club is in fifth place, eiphl games D ' Etherid S e of v TM bested behind the leading Crackers. Turner's D. Hale in a pitching Turner's collected only two hits ... _ . duel. It was one of the hardest five Crackers On All Star fmjght ,,, Allanta placed five men on the All-Star squad, first baseman Tim , El ui Harkness, catcher Doug Camilli, in the game and the Vets got 4. pitcher Pete Rirheri, outfickler'lronically the only run of the Jim Koramla and shortstop DAk!garne was scored in the fifth Tracewski. Their replaccmentsjwilhout a hit. The fourth base on are Micelolln, Bradey, McManus,:balls given up by Hale put W. Jack Parks of Shrcveport and Moore on base and forced in J. Bert Hamric of Chattanooga. The Crackers lost to ihe All- Stars the last time thev hosted Etheridge with the tally. W a s the f i r s f ° f _ while the husky first baseman has All-Stars Atlanta been plagued by numerous in- I'ankins cf Tracewski ss juries. Boak 2b Wallace 2!j This year Skowron has appeared Posada rf Harnkess Ih In SO of his team's 87 games an Pal - vs lf Williams d it's showing up in his work. He ^ Var( ^ ·" Koramla If took over the American League! McManus Ib Camilli c batting lead over the weekend and' McCarver c Lajoie rf oday showed a .334 mark--11 j Micelolta ss Lejohn 3h points higher than runner-up Mjn-jNischwitz p Breeder, p nie Minoso of Chicago. . t In all, Skowron collected 16 hits! Al|((IP rAVAPPfl in 28 trips last week. He gained 24 MM " 1 *' · «IU1 GU points while moving up from eighth place. Minoso picked up eight points to .323 with 12 hits in 30 times at bat. Al Smilh of Ihe While Sox ad .*iuia Lilt; ln:L null; LUCY I1UMCV] - - . - -he game in 1958. Before "that, lhc[ thra game series in the Payoffs. Allanta entry toasted five vic-' Tho 5 n m e clui)3 mw:t Wednesday ories in five encounters with thej n i S h t at 8 °' cl ock. The Vets, best of the rest of the league. \ n '^° ' iave won " ie ' r ' ast 7 games, Baseball writers in the "eighii 00 " 1 '' b V winning, clinch a spot in Southern Assn. cities selected the tne '' na 's to be played next week All-Stars. jbeliveen the winner of a series Probable s t a r t i n g lineups: between Greenville Mills and (Game time 7:45 p.m. EST) between Kellum Hardware. TURNER'S AB iHeii'on, J.. If. 3 j.'.tu'hk r, D., 3b. 3 G-oihcTi cF ___I 3 iCorrcts'l, T.'. f. 1 1 3 Wa'e. D.. o ,, 3 O'ciifo-d. W , Ib ,, 1 ,0riv«. W.. 7b. 1 1 K 0 0 0 1 ·beCe n.^-o, V., H." TOTALS ..... ____ V.F.W. tlfcet.dge. B , O b . _ _ _ _ !«;Gt!-.!t, T., c. .- __ I f k l a i o n . r f . . _ _ _ _ _ W. II. ________ , I.. I b ..... __ D., o. ----- vanced from sixth place to third on the strength of ainine point increase to .322. In the National League, Norm Larker of the creaking Los An in Penn Tennis PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Rod Laver, the Auslralian Davis Cup slar, has beer, established as ihe early favorite in (he Ots! Pennsylvania Lawn Tennis Championships hut the most colorful performance Ihis far has come from . 13 Al _ 3 r llvingi' E * e - e g fX-n'cp. *P. E/ I ., , a., 000 030 0--0 coo 010 c--i L'cuador. gelcs Dodgers held a one point lead,M'gucl Olvcra of Guayaquil, over Willie Mays of San Francisco after Sunday'- g a m e s . Larker dropped seven poins to .3!4 last week and Mays' average tailed off Women's Western May Go Hard Way KANSAS CITY (AP - If the qualifying round is any sort of a - 4 - - ---.jv.«u jjiu guu, iitu smauer IE i fornels coach reasoned his Southilikely to become in interest lo thi team couldn't get through the husky North line so they developed a passing attack and scored victory via Ihe aerial route. Coaches Carl Maddox. Hartwell McPhail and Pickens Noble, all onetime Hornets mentors, have coached the All-Stars during the ten seasons it has operated. the club professional. That seemed to be Iho trend today as the nation's top players and teachers headed for their homes and stops on golf's con- DOLLAR DONATION: Coach David Dunaway told your correspondent at the Post Office Monday the Mississippi Slate University Alumni of Washington county have a $1 donation plan at work that is going like hot cakes. The money raised for this goes to the scholarship fund for some boy and girl of the county. Four Mississippi Stale-Ole Miss game tickets will be provided as the big award to be made on Sept. 15. nerve-numbing victory in the I960 PGA tournament. Few Pros In Group Of the top 60 finishers in the course like this 7,165-yard, par 33-35--70 Firestone Country Club monster that played aj. tough u a site of the National Open. Only the regular members of ._ .... golf's tutoring group have, a fellow it used to he designed for-- chance on courses like these. At the start of last week, 90 per cant of the touring pros claimed Firestone was too tough for all but t few of their number. That Hebert wasn't one d those tinuing circuit after Jay Hefaert's mentioned as capable enough nerve-numbin ' really shouldn't matter. What does matter is that of the top 60 in a field that originally numbered 164, the best performances by club ------ r ... ..... _.TM ,,, ,.,,,,, final standing, only a handful'P ro s were 72-hole totals of 296 by were club pros. It has been that! old-timer Henry Pifard of Clevo- way for three years now since the|land, Shelley Mayfield of Jericho, PGA was changed from a match|N-Y., and Bob Harris of Winnetka, play event on generally easy "poo! tables" to medal play on a Cromwell Sees U, S. Track Wins LOS ANGELES (AP-Former nore Delta Legion Junior teams n the race next summer. Cham- xis wants teams in Greenville, ^larksdale and Greenwood. Here Saturday night Chambers said In- rtianola was the only team in the )elta this season and surely more han one team is needed in the Delta. Maureen Taylor Top Cincy Heifer CINCINNATI, Ohio. (UPI) Second-round play in the national girls 15-and-under lennis tourna- J u l , ,^ men! got udenvay loday withn de-'treatrr.ent. fending champion Maureen Tay-' lor making it the easy way. team in Rome this summer. I n a quieter b u t equally r - suring tone Uncle Sam's dc-cath- it will take a record scor the 2-riay, I0-event grind in the I960 Olympics. Average Of H That's an average of 74 per round and 15 strokes off the 281 that won for Hebert and his blaz. Ing finish in Sunday's final round. For a time, John O'Donnell, 46, teaching pro at a public links course in Baltimore, stuck close to the leaders. But he couldn't break 80 in the last two rounds and finished way back at 305. "If you get any money awiy r rom these touring players in a medal play tournament, you just have to be lucky," 0'Donr.ell said. - - - - - - - - - - . -- ,, ,, m , u ,^ oalu . Ion star, Rafer Johnson, predicted! Used to be that a club pro would it Will tako a rwrvrH er-nrn f^i ii-in i eroalr in nm, ^«J II.. _ « _ J __ _i- sneak in now and thfn and grab the PGA title. But in the threa years since it went from match Harold C o n n o l l y , hammer- P !a X Io medal play, the ch«mpions throwing champion, announced he|' iave ^ en a " tourists--Dow Fin- will be trying to better his worldi 5tenvali . Bob Roshurg and now mark of 225 feet 4 inches and his Hebert. . Olympic mark of 207-3!$ even be-.j fore he heads for Rome in meets " coming up in Southern California! Aug. 5 and 12. Connolly is pampering a badly yardstick, the AIR TAXI Anytime Anywhere Cypress Flying Service ED 2-7497 or ED 4-JM3 lorn back mcscle but said the in- failed to appear at the Cincinnati! :S'iS4 -. -.;·· ·::--::- : ::: : -'^'': : '^-'^''^.---':^; : :lilif '·'·'' : '''''''·'' ·'ui' j Country Club. I ?L^^i^**^***l^**~ i * a *** x ~* il * liK Hollywood, Fla., got by the first round almost as easily, although; . n , J«KI:»H.I\, me TM ' "* 0 Hc - w "'eTM Amateur I, I Bnchholz Jr m last wecK and Mays average taicd oil ,,.,,.....,,- r . r , r , ·--,»··.·· five points to .30. Richie Ashb-.rrn h hs Vo f Champion- way. f .L r^- r- t - i * snips, .Monday won over John Pn oM °TM F ° he played a match. Miss Defina ireczed to a straight-sets, 6-0, 6-0, win over Judy Anderson of jray, Ind., and second-seeded Ju- Heldman of Hamlramck, rtich., also had an easy lime of t, defeating Lali Gordon of Rich- lond, Vs., 6-1 and 6-1. In the longest match of the day, two-hour affair, Carol R a e onnson of Kirkwood, Mo. rlefenl-! ed Cinda Kempt of Chattanooga,, Women's Tcnn., 10-8 and -6 and in an-' Golf Tourna- other grueling match, Linda West be decided the hard . . . f .L r^- r- t - i oMhe Chicago Cubs was third 321. of c|cvchr(i] iant 16-3 in the opening round of the Pennsylvania tournament. Miller Named To South All Stars JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -Larry, -, -. Miller has bc;-n named In replace''"atched par. his Florence High teammate, David Jorcs. 0:1 the south Rebels in Ihe Mississippi high school All- Star basketball game Aug. 4. Miller, a 6-3|,$, 17S-pound for- ONLY COMPACT THAT CHARGES THE BATTERY EVEN IN TRAFFIC! See . . . Chat . . . Compare . . . Save . .. Chad Oxner Motors Highway 82 Al Cedar Street For Ihe first t i m e in this 54- year-old tournament, four players lied for the medal. Jo Anne Cnmderson, the defending champion from Seattle, posted an early score of 73, one stroke over par on (he 6141-yard Mission Hills Country Club course. Three oth-| crs followed Miss Gunderson's example but none of the 150 starters of Daytona Beach, Fla. ed Pam Goetz Ohio 7-9. S-2 and 6-3. The matches. In Third Round Of Tourney KALAMAZOO. Mich. (AP) Bill I.enoir, third-secded junior into ward, averaged 17 points per Rriir.e I.T.I .season .. his second round match today Jcr.es. n C-!. 195-pnuml center,-"''* 1 C ra L: A d e h n n n , of Milwnu- .ilhdrow on his physician's ad-i^ ;cc ' n t * 1e National Junior and vice after a knro injury failed to^*°^ s Tennis Championships on respond to tri'.ifmcnt. from Tucson. Ari/., ^is second Vith Tennis ' !M! Kalomazoo college court. I.enoir national finalist last Bolh Miller nr.d Jones were se-year, pulled n leg muscle while Iccicd on cill-stalc. nll-liitlo Dixie winning the tracted H entrants from 22 slates, Save enough running a VW Truck to buy a Volkswagen Sedan Conference find al-county teams. Florer.ee was ninnrr-up in Ihe stale AAA basketball tournament. -- match with Frank Frochling of Coral Gables, Pla., last weekend in the Western juniors. See Grady Griffin FOR LOANS 15"* UP WHAT YOU CAN SAVE AT 20,000 MILES PER YEAR Itsuil Tni:k G^:'c~ Gjsol r.s At 5.57 mpj. 2733 g'ilor.s a! lit $602.13 TIJES, 4 a S26.50 ea:h 1C5.00 Oil.iKluJ.nj cf"an^?s 3^.50 Kamterinte 153 M License 22.50 5 git. »I3.25 16.25 Rspans 2M.OO Tolais 51,139.35 Ycnt*i{U Track Al 21.63 mpj. 923 galbns M 27^-- $249.21 nor.e 11.50 133.00 20.00 rwe. 110.00 $523.71 Savings $352.19 UB.OO 23.00 5!, 00 2.50 16.25 1!».OI $175.64 Savnjs ol $575.64 pet year »ould pay lo/ a VW Sdaa (East tost P.O.E. Cost 51,565) in 27 mor.lhi ar.d 25 diys. Based 0:1 aclus! Casj History rjeilable en (equKt. DELTA SPORTS GAR GO, 121 S. Walnut St. Phons ED 2-2451 Greenville, Miss.

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