The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 27, 1963 · Page 15
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Rrtilnd C!irni:o Bnlllmorf Clcvr-ldnd Pinion DcLroll '. L\ Anwl" Xnnra; Cuy CO US S7 P6 72 T2 S3 365 HH J2 21 n -M"ri :ii 36 YKSTKRDAYS RKSCl-TS Mlpr.csoln S.3, WJi.ihlnjnon :-7, L Only E«m» S flirdul«l. TOIMVS O A M W ^ m3 '' "' ChlnvKo i DcBuwehcro 3-) «i Clcvpland K^rciiv^RikS? 1 "^ Rl a-tomoTM iMcNaiiy 6-5, nich; BoMor\ i.\'lchol. !·: md Mnrchrnd ?-10; nt New York (Bouion 17-6 nnd Terry WK1.\KSIAVS CA.MBS Lo« Anin-le M Detroit Cnlcni:o nl Cli-velnntl. 2. uvi.nlchl K«n.wi CHy a: Baltimore, nwhl FivJlnn Rl New York v v n n c roAsi 1 I.KAGVE NOIITHKKX IHVISION W,,n M^t I'd. Hrlilnd 66 73 .5:? ,4!V1 SiiirTHKKX DIVISION ' Okihhomn cliy . 76 Dill»5-Kl. Wonh ~ SJn Dloco - - 7 1 Shi! Lnku Cily .. S3 Donvrr ...... 61 ^T:STKlin\VS Hnwriil 6. Slok«np n Scullli' 11. T»com« 3 HIIWHII B. Spnkinf " scheduled, -VM .J«i On'.y l.NTKKXATIONAl. l . K A f i U Milt'l'HKIlN l l \ ' I S I i l N _ . . \ V i m l,i»l fi'I. uw ..... . 77 W -W2 Listen Holds Mock Battle With Nilon By HELL1CK 0. HAUGKX . MYSEN. Norway (AP)--Sonny Lision was so jovial he even staged a mock argument with his adviser, Jack Nilon. The selling WHS a news conference following an e.xhibition by rhe world heavyweight champion in this southern Noway town Monday nighl. The question wns how long il would take Listen to gel in shape for a bout with former champion Ingemar Johaiis- son. The Liston-Nilon argument was whether i: would take five days or six, Johansson's name was one of three--Cassius Clay and Floyd Paiterson were the others--\liac were thrwn at Listen as possible opponents. He and Nilon admitted there had been some talk ol a lijht wirh Johansson, but lhat nothing was firm. They reversed their field on a day light, bul held out no hope for a .(mure bout u-ith Paitcrson. "Ingt'mar told me personally thill he is willing ro right IJslon nny rinw if the price Is right," Nilon SHid. "I am iroing to cnn- IVr wiih my brother when 1 £el l«ck to Js'ew Ybrk about the price," Lision also said he hoped to have a title fight wiih day, the I No. 1 contender, by February. : Earlier in the United Stales! Lision and Nilon said that all ! negotiations with Qay and his i baekors had broken down. They ] indicaled Monday lhat negoiia-' lions were being held up, b u t : hinied they would be receptive t o : funher talks. i "Clay is backing off," Nilon i said. "\Vc have offered him 22V;, per com and that is more than ,-iny challenger ever has been ( offered.'' , Listen was scowling and angry| when ho arrived in Nonvay Mon-l day afternoon on his exhibition | tour o[ Norway, Sweden and Fin- \ land. Bul he received a iremen- \ dons ovarion from a crowd o l : aboul 30.000 which watched h i m ! Two Orioles- Need Extra Hit Practice By GORDON BISARD Assutlntcil Press Sports Writer BALTIMORE (AP) -- Have you heard aboul the hilling exploits of Peck's Bod Boy Grown Up? THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Tuesday, August 27, 1963 f 5 Ralston May Help Yanks Regain Lost Net Prestige By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer. FOREST HILLS, N.Y. '(AP)--If tempestuous Dennis Ralston can demonstrate that he has grown Killian Wins MunyTests Richard Killian won two matches last week to move into the title picture in the Greater Lawton Baltimore's 0-and-B boys? Probably not. Because, sense, there's NOTHING to report. O-and-0 doesn't refer to trie first initial o[ the players' names. It sl;uids for the number of hits Oriole pitchers Wes Stock and Dave JlcNally have collected during their major league careers. That's right -- None. Stock, . a relief doesn't go to bal too often, has gone O-for-39 during bis five seasons in the majors. McNally, ?rookie, is O-for-32. What's more, they're roommates. Most pitchers like to talk a Iran t their lulling prowess. With Stock and McNaliiy, it's almost a running word battle. Here's a sample locker room conversation: Slock: "I concede I'm not a good hitter. But I'm improving." from a Peck's Bad Boy to an a ! angry young man the United | to channel his temper toward including more than 100 foreign i champions, opens Tuesday wiih Si Area golf tournament at Munici- men competing for 36 spots in the | pal championship bracket of 12S. The pressure is squarely on Ralston, not only to demonstrate his maturity -- and with it the ability Slates may be on the way toward regaining its long-lost tennis prestige. The acid test ot the 21-year-old Calilornian with the checkered tennis past begins Wednesday on pitcher who j the carefully manicured courts of Forest Hills' West Side Tennis Club in the U.S. NationaJ Singles championships. Ralston, a rangy stylist from Bakersfield. is seeded third behind bounding Chuck McKinley. the Wimbledon champion from San Antonio. Tex., and Australian Roy Emerson, Ihc- Australian and demolishing opponents instead of throwing rackets -- but also to Killian dubbed 1962 runnerup Tom Strickland. S and 7, in a late first - round match, then trimmed Jack Pierce, 2 and 1, in the second round. Joining Killian in the semifinals solidify American hopes of again ,' . j , .. , becoming an international tennis are delcndln ? champion John Mavity. Jack Alien and John Jones. power. A younger Ralston was regarded as one of the country's most Mavity advanced wiih a 1-up victory over veteran R. C. Stanley, promising young players a few Allen stopped 1961 champ Wavne years ago, then drew a year's sus- I pierce. 1-up, and Jones ousted pension for his temper tantrums ; youngster Ronnie .McCord 3 and 1 on the court during Davis Cup eliminations. He re-emerged as potentially one of the world's best in a spectacular display against Mexico in American Zone Davis Cup semifinals two weeks ago in Los Angeles. He heal, both his Southern French champion. Rafael Osuna of j California roommate, Osuna. and ,, .. .....,_., ,. Mexico is seeded fourth. ·McNally: "So am I. I struck out _, The tourney proper begins r n 13 limes In mv first IS ai bats ? n '' ubut , qualification eliminations this vear - and none since." , for the Huge field of 224 players, Stock: "Thai's becituse Uio pilclnrrs found dill ynii wtrc a [hid. iinil they're laying Ihc bull In then- lor you ninv." Slock: "I WHS a good h i t l e r in high school. I bcilled clo;m-up." McNally: "You'd be a bad hil- tor oven in high school now." Slock: "You have the a d v a n t a g e because you're a starter and see the same pitcher there or four times in one game." McNally: "If you faced the same pilclipr 1(1 times-in one inning, you still wouldn't gel a hit. If you play 12 more yn.-irs. you'll City Tennis Association Is Formed TTi? Lawlon Tennis A-srocialion Antonio Palafox and learned with McKinley in beating tho Mexicans, who hold the Wimbledon double championship. Ralston also joined McKinley in sweeping lo the U.S. National doubles title at Brookline, Mnss., a strong indication that the U.S. doubles team may be able lo compete on equal fooling wiih the i world dominant Ausiralians. [ McKinley Is generally regarded j as the world's No. 1 singles play- i er, particularly since Emerson j has played erraticaliy since win- In matches this week Killian wjJI j meet Jones and Mavitv wiJl meet Allen. In A Flight. Harry Rntliff had to go 2-1 holes to edge Jack Smith, 1- up, in the tourney's longest match. Sam Leech and Cecil Payne will meet for D Flight honors this week. Leech slopped Randy Abbotl, 6 and ·J, and Payne ousted Bill Abbotl, 6 and 5, last week. \Mpro*smr rrjorrr f'[r«t Hound Richard Klllij.-! dt;. Tom SlrlcW jnd Sppnnd nonnd .lohjl M«vlly dcf. P.. C. Slnnlry, I-up: .Inck Allen dcf. Wnynp Pierre, }-LX: John Jon(*.i dcf. Hir.nie McC'irri, 3 »nd 1; Killlhjt dcf. jAck Plrrcp, 2 (Uld 1. A FLIGHT Hnrry P . n l l l f r ilc/. Jnck Sml:h. 1-up Ol hn]^*: Ji.-n S t r n n j r p rtcf. Ray Bar- hour, 2 and 3: Van Jflnfii dcf. Lew Joh.1- *on, 2-up. n FLIGHT C. O. Smllh tlef, AlbrrI Johnson. 3 and 2: Ted Rnlx'.nn ric'. .rack BnL'..*. 2-'jp: P.ubon John-ior. dff, Karl MrSpadrlen, 3 ...... . , , i . ,. -. , - , - - . , p n r n , was officially orcamzed here last | nm£ the Australian tiue in Janu- 1 ^.r.d ;· Ted Hurrl-.nn d»r w«ynr Mo- night with ihe election of a lull i ary. . ! i.iiosh. 3 A I.ITTL10 SHOUT. Okluhoniflii Orvllli; Moody (kiiivlinji). ivliu plMy.t fnr William Rciiiiitlnnl fivncnil lliwpllivl, ilncl I r orl toll's J o h n .'Miilc'nilH plnyfiilly cllscii-.-i « short pull on Ihn pultlnc i^n'On IhN i i i o n i i i i c biv fnrr li'oiiij; off Tor tlu- Fourth Army I n u n i H i n v n t hen 1 . Tli(r hvii are Hinvnc favorilus In lilt bij; Anny l i n k s event OVIT ?IU'« Irco-llni-d (Sliiff 1'holn) Toronlo ........ 7: Bufrnln ........ 70 Klchmnnd ....... 7? VI-^TKROAYS nvlllr -1-11. H s-i. Buir .· i KKSll.TS " put on an exhibilion with one o f ! I / I \f I \A/'ll hi, spun-ins Partners, and was i Y QHO 6^/^6/6/7 Will joking; and smiling in the news conference that followed. He was asked if he ihouphl Clay would be afraid to stand and MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (AP) ' lhat behind when you net out on nim - Av a a y NFL Baptism On Saturday fisin ; ' ' probably never go Slock: "1 sol a Rico Ins 1 , winter." McNnlly: "Thai \Vhen (iid you Ret in ilic' Slates?" Stock: "In 1960, for Miami. \Vhcn did you gel one?" McNally: "Lnsl May, while playing w i i h Elmira, I got live in the first m o n t h of the season-and none «inco." Mo.=l ol Hie olhcr Orioles sair! slate of o/,'icers, I But if the U.S. is to make a j DMT Robivm nr. t;r jionnom'ry, Hnnaid Ramming, former Law-: successful challenge lo Australia--i J r '* ulI j,, F '?'' 1 K ' Jrt ? ^'i E "S vnrln , F Ion high and Oklahoma Stale n e t ! providing the American Davis Cup ; ' "' ° " ' *"' star, is president of the new group I lesm gels that far -- in the chal- ' while Bryan Waid will serve as i Icnge round, il must have a strong vice president. Arcrh Parmrnler j No. 2 singles player. 11-up; Bill Stranso def. Dave ?:i?eno. l--jp. I FLIGHT Sm I^erh der. R a n d y Anbol:, R nnd 4: Til P*yn' drf. Bill AbholL 6 «nd 5. hil in Puerlo ! Jr., is the treasurer and Mrs, ' Charles Jennings was elecled sec- That's where Pjilslon comes i n - | C r O t S T V I I Ifi doesn't count, your last one while playing mini".'. Memberships are available lo any local tennis enthusiast. Family memberships arp 510 annually while individual fees ,iro S3. · Persons may join the new l«n- nis club by contacting eiihcr Ram- mi nR or tt'aiel. A Icdder lournamcnt will lx? started in the near f u l u r e for all · And ForeS Hills is his proving ground. Hc is in tho same bracket w i t h ;Big Racing Card T .. . _ . .. . , , ,.- Modified siock cars and lor. India s Pnmjit Lai and Ken ; wi]1 racc nf , xt weckcnd in , he W o- Fleichcr of Australia. Opposing Me; dny ljt ^ r Day championships at his bracket are Vic Kinley in Seixas of Philadelphia. Orlando Zurleta of Ecuador, and Donald Dell of Bethesda, Md., among others. Crarcrviilc Park, it was announced tods.y. tlioy ihouahl McNally was the b e t - i will be in three divisions, including association members. The t o u r n e y ; E ' mers( , ni who won thc t j t l e , wo i his professional debut has not boon i ^ l1n( ' «-0. both s«me^ SyrKruT~2. Klrhmonil 1 Ark«nK» 7. Cflnrr.lJUS 0 ^ Tr*ronlf Hi R^-hcstcr Richmond *L SyrnrL^f Columhus M Ark«n»M BuffMo RI Allnnlh 2 :ASTKKN I.BAPITK Ch»rlol"n «. F.lmlro J B l n c h n m l n n c . Rrncllnp Vork 5. Sr-rlntflold 4, 10 InnlntT SOn-lt ATIANTIC bKAOUK Oilllti[nx,t;ii T. Mn'-'»n D Chnrlollf ^. A s h r i ' i l l r ^ 3 Lyncnnur: 6. Aucu"l« 5, 11 Inning 'I'KXA^ I.KAC'UK S«n Anlonln in. Tul-ai 0 Austin 10, El PII^J 1 for Ron VanderKelen, lhc ! my glovp out of his mouth." He also was asked if he thou; Palierson was finished as a fight- · M inne j 0 i a Vikings' prize ft. Lision thought a moment, then ; replied: | "I fhink he is finished with me. Baseball Continued from Pago 14 Ed Mathcws. pinch hincr Don Dillard and Hank Aaron homered : then steered the College All-Siars , for thc Braves while John Baio- Io vici or y over the defending N n ; tnr h i i l n r -- or swinger, n t least. Bul ihcre were several borderline opinions. "There's riot much difference i 'l-l and undnr). ! briwecn iprriblc and bnd," s a i d ; ladder touniamnnls have boon bcllrr i piichcr Mike McCormick. | popular in many neighboring "Dave was good, but he's going i ciliw. rlownhill. Wcs is gelling bailor." ! Tho laddtr ratings for all Ihrre "I know more aboul ihe offense ! snid ihird bawman Brooks Robin- divisions will be posted at Ihc Law- 3 f f p n l n n a v l p r h a r k I j T . t - i r . · . . . . . . -- . , . * . . _ , . , , . , . . . ^ , t . . . . _ n n i in i|iMn(.i urti.R. .now, ann I llnnk I m doing b o n e r ' s o n . VanderKclon joined the Vikings j mechanically, such as passing and j about tlircc works ago as Ihn | ball-handling." lie said. "I c a n ' t ' 1 say I'm conscious of an}' expecls top opposition n play for men and women fno -j,,. om p ; ii r .,; ox an( j England's Bobas-T l i m i t ) , junior hoys ;inci lirls bv Wilson. Osuna mus: face New' ' ' H U n " a n d M " a n 3 S l r I s ; Zealand's I n n Crookendrn. Pierre Darmon of France, veicran Ham ^. free; ! urst v i k i n g s he is n lot than h« wns [or In prc-scason Rarnc 1 . Richardson and Arthur Ashe en roule 10 the semifinals. much-publicized Wisconsin siar I-1 -" "" ""'»V"-' US . .°' , im * s r K "-' i: » 1 ' JOyCGeS . . , , i pressure. I t m n k i t s mipoi'lant lo · T- i r\ r whoso passing wizardry nearly! ^ olr lo ., Rood f u m s.'HUrday [ / Q 19-0 rallied the Badgers to viclory i n ! nighl. bul those HIV things ilia I j this year's Rose Bowl game nnd ; vk 'i" llav e W work Uionisclvcs! The Jaycccs oulsluggcd Trans- 'out." I poil.iiion Wnrrhouse of Forl Sill. Van Brocklin is fully aware of i 19-6. '" n ?'·'«* - pilch soflboJI Ihe strain of mnkinc the j u m i J P'lmi 1 Insi Trinity Captures Church Loop Lead Trinity Baptist bopped Cameron Baptist. P-1. last night and took over the load in the Church soil- ball league. Dale Coody hurled f i f t h tied the score 6-6, then the | Braves moved ahead lo stay on j Gene Oliver's sacrifice (ly in the I si.vih inning. The Senators pulled i n t o a 2-2 tie in :he opener on Chuck Hinton's fwo-run homer in the sixth, bul in the seventh. Kiile-brev, 1 hit his 39ih homr-r and Allison Jol- i from college lo the pros as a quar- i lerback. Hc did it h i m s e l f . you know nlxiut lowed with his 2"lh. Both Wows I lot VanderKclcn piay against thc Philadelphia E a p 1 e s Saturday Ihc . . . . . ... , . . . hib-.tion camps ridme the bench,; h i m su , hc h ., s , hc s [ u f f . . Va| , as Conch Norni Van BroCK-lm de-| Brock , iT1 sajd of la,ved his NFL baptism unlil he | "|i c ' s our fcl! the younpsier hsd absorbed ' enough knowledge ot the pro Rame to make a rcispeciablc shomns. Van Brocklin decided Monday 10 Rib Ebisch slammed a pair of homers lor the winners, nnd .Japon Monroe collccl"d five siraigln hits. , Tnin|iiininlnii - - . . '"'3 W '"'-- ' VandorKolcn. j Jur~, :i«i 11: ai\-^i» atrninst the Ea- , v ^ 0 V«rl!,'Tv«c«"'^iiou.'''^^^^- tnn hich school courts. Playfrs : may challpng" tho contestant, im- mcflialely abovp him onc: a week. I A t e n t a t i v e meeting has h?rn'· scheduled next week to plan mnre : club activities. Members al.^o dis- cus.scd Ihc possibilily of bringing: n big tournament to Lau.'ton. pos-: siblo i h n ^fis.cou^i Vallry classic, i All cily tennis coaches were vot- c^J honorni-y memberships in the no'.v ajisociation at last night's mcrling. Thr meeting was held In Ihc home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jennings. 315 D Ave. Styled Clothing for Men and Young Men "TRY KING EDWARD Amerig's Llrgest Selling Cigar in light at Hcrshcy. Pa. VandcrKclen is due 10 go most with a bases-loaded walk in the '· "^ went through a pretty rough nightcap, belrinc a two-run homer: . . second place. Cooly aided his. own cause wiih a two-run homer. Trinity Bill.lKl 1TM I 1 "' *-» " Ciiinrn.n Kll|ll-l "« "" "-' : Cimlv nni! Joync.-: P.osrt"- nnd Prulu. HR--Joyncr. -llh Coody. 7ih 1 on. T.-ln- 1I.V. Fights Last Night Hi- Tht A^H^Inf--!! ITfHh NEW BEDFORD. Misn.-V!nce Shnmn, I 149. .Now Ynrk. oulprtnlfd M.inn.v Burco, ISO NT" Briironl. 10. TOKYO -- Yoshlnort Tnkuhnshl. US. Jupiin oii'.poinlFd Mnkolo Wai»n»nc. ]414. Jnpnn. :;. lor Ihe Orlenial wellerwclRht championship. I fifth and collecting another RBI i with a sacrifice fly in' the seventh. Allison, Don Minchcr and Jimmie Hall homered for the Txrins. adjustment a couple of weeks ago," VanderKclcn said. "You can think and think aboul plays and but you leave all COMPLETE AUTOJIOTn-E MAC1IIXE SHOP BURCH MACHINE AUTO PARTS 125 B Avenue EL 3-7921 G U L F P R I D E The World's Finest Motor Oil NEW, LONGER LIFE . . . BY FAR! Runyon Oil Company -- Lawton -- Wholesale AKTS--TEKMTTE3 LAIRD'S EL5-2134 Complete SWIMMING POOL . SUPPLIES Southwest Chemical Co. A SPECIAL CASE RAY E. 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