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NEWPORT TENNIS SHOCKER Aussies' Anderson Trips Richardson; Mike Green Beaten f NEWPORT, R. I., Aug. 17 WV-Ham Richardson, top-ranking U. S. amateur, was upset today by Australia's fifth-ranking MaJ Anderson in the semifinals of the Newport Invitation tennis tournament. Richardson, of Westfield, N. J., took a 6-1, 3-6, 6-0, 6-1 lacing from the young Aussie. The other American hopeful, Mike Green, of Miami, Fla. also was eliminated, losing to AltheaGibson, Louise Brough To Clash Again MANCHESTER, Mass., Aug. 17 UJ Althea Gibson of New York City and Louise Brough of Beverly Hills, Calif., today became Sunday finalists for the 30th annual Essex County Club women's tennis tournament. The top-seeded Miss Gibson, first iNegro 10 win tne Wimbledon singles crown, was forced to the limit before overcoming fourth-seeded uanene Hard of Montebello, Calif., 6-4.2-6,8-6. It was a rematch of their recent Wimbledon final, won by Miss uiDson, 6-2, 6-2. The second-seeded Miss Brnueh. champion here in 1942 and four- times former Wimbledon champion, won 6-1, 6-4 over third-seeded Mrs. Dorothy Head Knode of Forest Hills, N. Y. For the 34-year-old Miss Brough It was her first Essex final as this Essex final. She won the title over Pauline Betz in 1942, lost it to Maureen Connolly in 1952 and again last year to Shirley Fry. For the 29-year-old Miss Gibson It was her fir stEssex final as this is her first competitive appearance In New England. That factor has lured the largest Essex galleries since 1938 with all seats sold out for the final three days. The Brough-Knode duel proved relatively routine, but Miss Brough left the impression that she was playing the best she has in at least three years, an opinion she confirmed later. DARING MATCH In contrast, the Gibson-Hard fight was exactly that a fight all the way. The two played daring, slugging tennis and the suspense held until the final point when Miss Hard lobbed barely over the deep baseline for a 2-4 break against her booming but erratic service. The 21-year-old Miss Hard, much shorter and stronger than the 5-11 Miss Gibson, had many opportunities to win the first set. It finished with three successive service breaks, the 10th and last game being a 2-4 break against Miss Hard's service that included two double faults. The second set was a parade for Miss Hard as Miss Gibson's service was crushed in the first, third and fifth games, with Miss Gibson winning one point out of 13 in the three games. Suspense mounted In the third set with four service breaks, two for each, from the fourth through the eighth games. Miss Gibson took the lead at 3-2, lost it at 4-3, then won it back at 5-4, all on service breaks. They carried service from there through three deuced games to square the match at 6-6. Miss Gibson then carried at 4-1 in the 13th game to lead 7-6 in games. The 14th game proved the downfall for Miss Hard. She won the first point, lost the next three, fought back one match point with a perfect overhead then lost to her own over-deep lob. Fangio Wins Pole Position, Eclipses Three Lap-Marks PESCARA, Italy, Aug. 17 Oft-World driving champion Juan Manuel Fangio of Argentina bettered the Pescara track lap record three tunes today as he won top starting position for Sunday's Grand Prix auto race. Fangio, driving a Masterati, recorded speeds of 103.95, 95.46 and 92.9 mph over, the 15-mile course. The track standard is 89.2 mph set in 1933 by Tazio Nuvolari. Fangio's marks will not become official since they were set during trials. Two Americans, Harry Schell and Masten Gregory, were among seven other drivers who also bettered Nuvolari's mark. Both drove Maserati's. Fangio's first mark of 92.9 was bettered later by Sterling Moss, of England in a Vanwall and Italy's Luigi Musso in a Ferrari. Fangio climbed in his Maserati again and turned in his 95.46 mph mark to keep his No. 1 position. Later, he toured the course for his 103.95 mph mark. 4 Vie For Pony Title; NN, Hamptonln Ist-RoundWins Newport News and Hampton won their first-round games in the Penin-sula Pony League tournament yesterday on the Warwick Pony diamond. Newport News defeated Warwick, 7-4, and Hampton blanked Newmarket, 9-0. The two losers will meet Tuesday at 3 p.m., while Newport News and Hampton play at the same time of these two games will play for the title. Yesterday, Howard Hall picked up two singles for Warwick, but it was not enough as Newport News cut ,tho game on ice in the first inning with six runs. Highlighting the uprising were singles by Wendell Williamson and Horace Underwood and a bombing triple by Bobby Helmer. Catcher Bobby Ball virtually won the-fame in the first inning of the second game when the Hampton slugger belted a two-run home run Britain s, Mike Da vies 7-5, 6-4, 6-2. The first of all foreign singles final since Aussies Frank Sedgman and Ken McGregor batttled in 1952 is set for tomorrow, Richardson ran into a series of accurate baseline and net shots, a fireball service and cat-like court coverage. Anderson had the former Rhodes scholar shaking his head. Anderson snatched the service from Richardson in the second game of the first set and never let up. Richardson took advantage of Anderson's momentary, service lapse in the second set to square the match. Green was stubborn in the first set. He kept Davies at bay until the Englishman managed the first service breakthrough in the 12th game. Green came closest to ex tending him in the ninth game of the second set when he had a 15-40 advantage, but lost it as Davies came on with five straight points That was a dying .gasp for the Miamian as Davies snared his service on the next set and quiet ly eliminated him in the third set to become the first non-seed to gain the finals since Harry Likas in 1948. Likas, lost to Bill Trabert in the final. Ashley Cooper of Australia and Whitney Reed of Alameda, Calif. reached the doubles finals along with Bob Wilson and Mike Davies of England. Cooper and Reed stopped Australians bod Mars ana Roy Emerson 6-4, 6-2, 6-2. Wilson and Davies defeated Aus sies Neale Fraser and Anderson 6-3, 6-3, 4-6, 6-1. Richardsons trouncing at the hands of young Anderson was a severe blow to the United States' hopes in the Davis Cup challenge round. Despite the loss of Lew Hoad, who joined the Jack Kramer nro troupe after winning the Wim bledon title, Australia still is considered tough to beat and Richardson is the most consistent of the U. S. netters-. Strange, Ball Head Eastern Golf After 36 Continued From Page C-l Portsmouth with 73-73146, while deadlocked with Brown for sixth place with 149's are Dave Pond of Portsmouth and Larry Hurst ot Oceana. Sfranop. a 2fi-vear-old straieht- down-the-middle artist, seemed to be on his wav to a solid par round until the last two holes. Missed putts of five feet on the 17th and seven feet on the 18th produced the bogies and sent him over par by two strokes. He opened up with five successive pars and then he got the gallery of 75 or so really buzzing with a birdie three on the 340-yard seventh. A sweet nine-iron shot was punched to within two inches of the cup for a gimme birdie. He averted disaster on the par- four eighth when a four-foot putt for par eased to the hp of the cup, stopped cold and then teetered into the hole, causing the thin-featured machine company salesman to point skyward and volunteer the information that "He smiled on me that time." His putter went sour for the first time on the next hole where his 160-yard tee shot landed on the green's fringe and he putted eight feet past the pin, missing the return shot to take a bogey for a nine-hole 35. A succession of mid-dle-of-the-fairway pars brought him safely to the 17th, but the slight collapse there was nothing serious. Ball, meanwhile, who had equal led par with his Cavalier teammate, Buzzy Outten of Portsmouth on Fri day, was moving' along with a minimum of trouble for a pair of36's. Outten, however, hurled completely out ot contention with a horrendous 80 for a 150 total. Spencer, who since Thursday, has been insisting "I can't sink the short putts, stated solemnly after canning a 10-tooter for par on the 18th. I'll get at least one good round to morrow that's a promise." Possum Jones Wins FAYETTEVILLE, N. C, Aug. 17 W) Possum Jones of Tampa, Fla., stood off a late rush by Curtis Turner of Roanoke, Va., tonight to capture the 150-lap NASCAR convertible feature' at the Champion Speedway. driving in Donnie White ahead of him. Ball also had a double and single and three runs batted in. Teammate Bobby Worthington picked up a pair of doubles and batted in one run. Bob Hunley and Wayne Kanoy each had doubles for the victors. The Warwick Pony League field is located near Mariners Museum on Route 60. Jimmy Barefoot rapped a double for Newmarket, which" managed to collect only four hits off Tommy Staples. - Warwick 010 010 4 S 4 Newport News 010 000 7 8 1 Gayle Rauch. Ken Shockley (1), Wayne Bradshaw (1) and Bobby Thomas, James Douglas (6)i Steve Thomas and Horace Underwood. Hampton . . 201 021 88 1 000 000 00 4 I Newmarket Tommy Staples and Bobby Ball; Larry Gammon, Jerry Franklin (3) and Jerry Franklin, Warm Vick (3). HR-Hampton: Bobby Ball. . j i Tniiiui win pun niPHnrnrinn i nun iiimii i imniiiii w iiiiiiinrnrrr nr t rr-rriTi i i mi iiniuiiiii m mi um iiij iiijiiijwiu . iwiiiiiia-ntTTTrir-rrn i uijiiiji - - - ' ' 4 '4 - I i - r ' ,- v - -- qm'lim, mm mmmm,wtm jswim ' wwnw. i. - -; -, 'ffi';'0j 'rmiiiiii f fi :AT ' - . r 1 f . MiMMiimriMrrr GALLANT MAN EDGES BUREAUCRACY IN CLOSE TRAVERS STAKES FLNISII Willie Shoemaker Rides Gallant Man With Willie Boland Aboard Bureaucracy In The 88th Stakes Renewal. Plaza Belts 2 As Red Wings Top Virginians RESULTS YESTERDAY Rochester 3, Richmond 1 (10 innings) Columbus 6, Buffalo 4 Miami 6, Toronto 5 (IS Innings) Havana 11, Montreal 3 (10 Innings) CLUB STANDINGS W L Pet. GB Buffalo 72 57 58 60 65 66 70 71 71 .558 J54 .531 .508 .484 .462 .454 .450 Toronto 72 Vi 12V4 13Vi 14 Richmond 68 Rochester 67 Miami 62 Havana , 60 Columbus , . 59 Montreal 58 GAMES TODAY Miami at Toronto (2) Havana at Montreal (2) Columbus at Buffalo (2) Richmond at Rochester (2) ROCHESTER, N. Y., Aug. 17 OP) Ronnie Plaza's second home run of the game, with two out in the tenth inning, gave the Rochester Red Wings a 3-2 victory over the still-slumping Richmond Virginians today. ' Plaza homered in the first inning with one aboard off starter Bill Bethel. Jim Coates served the second home run ball to Plaza in the 10th and suffered his tenth loss in 21 decisions. Reliefer Bill Greason, who worked one hitless, scoreless inning, won his fifth. Starter Dick Ricketts left in the ninth when Richmond scored once to tie the game, 2-2 on an error and hits by Dick Sanders and catcher Harry Chiti. RICHMOND ROCHESTER ab h ai ab h a a Graff 2b 3 0 5 71 Alomar 3b-s 4 112 Johnston cf 5 13 0 Plaza 2b 5 2 15 Jaciuk lb 5 1 15 0 Clark If 4 0 2 0 Thomas rf 3 0 2 0 Geieer cf 0 0 0 0 Windhorn If 0 0 0 0 Stevens lb 4 19 0 Sanders lb 4 3 12! Burgess cf-lf 3 2 5 0 Chiti c 4 13 2 Green rf-3b 4 110 Schell H-rf 4 10 0 DaveR ketts ft 3 0 8 0 Kline ss 4 0 0 7 Durnbaueh c 3 12 2 Bethel p 2 0 0 1 Mozzali rf 10 0 0 aWatluigtoa 1 0 0 0 DickR'ketts D 3 0 0 1 Coates p ,10 0 Oi Wright p 0 0 11 lureason p 10 0 0 Totals 36 7z2li Totals 35 8 30 11 a-G rounded out for Bethel in 8th. x-Two out when winning run scored. Richmond 000 010 001 02 Rochester 200 000 000 13 R-Windhom. Sanders. Alomar. Plaza, 2. E-Dumbaugh 2, Chili. RBI-Plaza 3, Sanders, Chiti. 2B-Alomar, Durnbaugh. HR-Plaza 2, Sanders. DP-Kline, Graff and Jaciuk; Plaza, Durnbaugh and Stevens; Wright and Plaza; Kline, Chiti and Jaciuk. Left-Rich-mond 7, Rochester 6. BB-Bethel 1, Ricketts 1, Coates 2, Greason 1. SO-Bethel 2. Ricketts 5. Wright 1, Greason 2. HO-Bethel 5 in 7, Ricketts 7 in 8 (none Out in 9th) Coates 3 in 2-3, Wright 0 in 1, Greason 0 in 1. R-ER-Bethel 2-2, Ricketts 2-1, Coates 1-1, Wright 0-0, Greason 0-0. HBP-By Ricketts turattj. w-ureason 5-5. L-coates u-io;. U-Schwarts and Vargo. T-2:20. A-1,257. Sutton Tosses Gloucester To 11-0 Triumph DELTAVILLE, Aug. 17 (Special to the Daily Press) V. C. Sutton Jr. stymied the big bats of Delta- ville on four hits here tonight to give Gloucester an- easy 1 1-0 Tidewater League victory. The Dukes, meanwhile, exploded against Charlie Revere and Bill Davies for 14 safeties and scored in every inning but the second and fifth. Norman Jenkins and Harold Smith were the big guns in the Gloucester attack, each collecting three hits including a bases-empty home run. Johnny Hogge also rap ped out three singles for the winners. For the losers, John Langford was the leading hitter with a pair cf one-baggers. Sutton, despite his easy triumph, fanned only two and walked six. The victory gave sixth-place Glou cester a three-game bulge over the cellar-dwelling Deltaville team. Gloucester is 8-12 on the season with Deltaville now 5-15. The schedule tomorrow (Sunday) sends Deltaville to Gloucester for a 2:30 p. m. contest. Other games on the Sunday Tidewater League schedule are West Point's visit to Charles City and James City's irek to Poquoson to take on. the Islanders. The Hampton Royals, who have already clinched the loop championship for the regular season, aren't scheduled for loop action but battle the Cheatham Naval Annex All-Stars in a non-league contest at Kecoughtan Field. Poquoson (11-9), west Point (12-11), Charles City (10-10) and James City (10-11) are locked in a tight scramble for second place with the second-place Islanders only a game and one-half ahead of the fifth-place James City club. Gloucester Deltaville 2C3 102 11111 000 000 000 14 1 4 t V. C. Sutton Jr. and Norman Jenkins; Charlie Revere, Bill Davies (8) and Mike AUsworth. W-Sutton. L-Revere. HR-GIoucea-ter; Norman Jenkins, Harold Smith. Gallant Man Scores Travers' Cap Victory SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y., Aug. 17 (ffl Ralph Lowe's dandy little colt Gallant Man and his good friend Willie Shoemaker did the expected today. They teamed to win the Travers Handicap in a speedy two minutes, four seconds for the mile and a quarter. Shoemaker steered the East's leading colt to a half length triumph over Bureaucracy, with Field of Honor seven lengths back of the winner. A crowd of 27,172 made Gallant Man top weighted at 126 pounds, a prohibitive favorite. He paid $2.30, $2.20, $2.10. Bureaucracy, ridden by Bill Bo-lands returned $3.50 and $2.10. Field of Honor paid $2.10. A slim field of five started the 88th running of the nation's oldest stake race. Ted Atkinson's mount, Pop Corn, fell coming out of the starting gate and Hampton's National BUFFALO, N. Y., Aug. 17 (Special to the Daily Press) W., Edgar Jones of Hampton, who in previous races this season has been "a bridesmaid but never a bride," captured the National E-Service Runabout crown with a speed of 48.4 m.p.h. In other races this year, Jones managed to finish second each time time he brought his "Miss Bee Bee' through the two five-mile heats for his winning average and the na tional title. Second to Jones was Russ Kirk- patrick of Clarksburg, VV. Va., fol lowed by Bill Engle of Washington, Pa. Bob Schroeder of Niagara Falls, N. Y won the 280-cubic-inch hydro with 67.7 m.p.h. The 225-cubic-inch race was won by Hank Vogle, Webster, N. Y., in 70.4 m.p.h. The winners of the other races were Paul Brafield, Ontario, with 49.4 m.p.h. in the 48-cubic-inch class; Bill Yeager, Warren, Pa., with 59,9 in the E racing class: and H. Morrison, Middletown, Ohio, with 53.9 m.p.h. in the 136-cubic-inch hydro class. Ronnie'Smith of Mt. Holly, N. J., and Charles Abbott of Ontario finished second and third, respectively, in the ,225 cubic inch. E SERVICE RCNAB01TTS 1. W. Edgar Jones, Hampton; 2. Rnss Kirkpatrick. Clarksburg. W.Va.; 3. Bill Engle, Washington, Pa. 40.4 m.p.h. 225 CFBIC INCH 1. Hank Vogle, Webster. N.Y.s I. Ronnie Smith, Mt. Holly, N.J.s 3. Charles Abbott Ontario. 70.4 m.p.h. 4 CUBIC INCH 1. Paul Brafield, Ontario; 2. Doe Moore Miami, Fla.i 3. Bob Wahl, Rochester, N.Y. 4U.4 m.p.n. . E RACING RUNABOUTS 1. Bill Yeager. Warren, Pa.; J. Russ Kirkpatrick; 3. Ed Andres, Grand Island, N.Y. S9.9 m p h. 130 CUBIC INCH t 1. H. Morrison. Middletown. Ohio: 2. C. Schultz. Rochester, N.Y.s 3. Arnold Boy- ance. Long island, N.Y. 53.9 m.p.n. M0 CUBIC INCH 1. Bob Schroeder, Niagara Falls, N.Y.; 2. Tom Carter, Drexel Hills, Pa.i 3. H. Bu-choltz, Tonowanda, N.Y. 67.7 m.p.h. Olson Gives Weight PORTLAND. Ore.. Aug. 17 (fft- Irish Pat McMurtry, Tacoma, Wash., had a 4'4-pound advantage over Carl "Bobo" Olson, ex-mid dleweight champion now residing in Vancouver, Wash., when the two weighed in again today for their 10-round heavyweight fight at Portland Meadows tonight. Betty Dodd Takes 6-Stroke Lead In Jackson Golf Open JACKSON. Miss.. Aug. 17 uB- Betty Dodd, golf artist from San Antonio, Tex., scored a four-under-par 72 today to card a 36-hole total of 140 and a six-stroke lead in the first annual Jackson Ladies Open golf tournament. . , The 54-hole $3,000 tournament, largest women's golf tourney in the circuit this weekend, will end tomorrow with the final 18 holes on the 6,573-yard Colonial Country Club course. In second place with a two-under- par 74 today was Betty Jameson, also of San Antonio. Her total is 146. Of the 22 pros entered, 13 either bettered or equalled the women's standard of 38-3872 for the first 36 holes. Still low amateur in the field is Mary Mills of Gulfport, Miss., four-time amateur queen, with a 78-79 157. Peggy Swett of Vicksburg, Miss., recent runner-up to Miss '-' ' :;., . "Troy 's - v- V never took after the others.. Atkinson walked off the track uninjured. , Shoemaker held Gallant Man in tight rein through the first three quarters, then let him loose around the last turn. Gallant Man made his run on the outside and as they came into the home stretch he and Bureaucracy dueled for 100 yards before the Lowe colt took over in the last furlong. A record handle of $1,522,596 marked the betting at Saratoga, as the co-feature Grand Union Hotel Stakes went to Jimmer. Edward J. Potter Jr.'s Plion was second and Louis d'Or and Nances Rule combined for third. Jimmer paid $10 straight in the $25,000 added event. Gallant Man collected $29,500. Jimmer took home $23,650. Gallant Man has earned $187,425. Jones Wins ServiceTitle Sarazevis 71 Costs Lead In Senior Meet SPOKANE, Wash., Aug. 17 WJ Charley Sheppard of West New ton, Mass., wrested the lead from Gene Sarazen today after 54 holes of the $12,500 National Senior Open Golf Tournament. Sheppard shot a two-under-par 68 for a 54-hole total of 201, two strokes better than the veteran Sarazen who had a one over 71. Sheppard, 51, shot brilliant golf with four straight birdies on the back nine and missed a chance to go even further ahead with a double bogie on the 17th. Sarazen, 55-year-old two-time U. S. Open champion, got fine distance with his drives bu was having trouble on the greens and lost his lead for the first time since the 72-hole tourney started Thursday. Apparently unhappy with his game, Sarazen tossed his iron in disgust after overdriving the green on his approach shot on the 11th hole. Sarazen dropped into a tie for second with Al Watrous of Birmingham, Mich., who shot a 69 for a 203 total. Fred Wood of Vancouver, B. C, and Jimmy Hines of Palm Springs, Calif., both shot sub par 68s to rank next at 204. The pros tee off tomorrow for the final 18 holes and the $2,000 first prize offered by the sponsoring Athletic Round Table. Second money is $1,400. Martin Leptich, Portland, Ore., the leading amateur yesterday at 140, had troubles today and zoomed to an 81. This left four amateurs tied at 219. They were Fred Siegel and AI Boge of Spokane, Thomas Green of Seattle and Buck Bailey of Pullman, Wash. Mills for the state crown, was sec ond low amateur at 165. Hermene Boteler of Jackson, city ; champion, is third with 173. Today's round was played in fav- j orable weather with clouds shield- j ing the hot August sun. A hard 10- minute rain around noon lowered! the temperature. j SECOND BOUND LEADERS Betty Dodd. San Antonio, Tex. .. 68-72140 Betty Jameson, San Antonio .... 72-74146 Jackie Fung, San Francisco .... 75-7314(1 Mickey Wright, San Diego 71-77148 Beverly Hanson, Indlo, Calif. ... 74-74148 Betty Hicks. Long Beach, Calif. . 78-71149 Vonnie Colby, Miami Beach, Fla. 77-72149 Wanda Sanches. Baton Rouge ... 76-73149 Louise Suggs, Sea Island, Ga. ... 75-74149 Marlene Haee. Dallas 74-76156 Bonnie Randolph, Naples, Fla. .. 74-76150 Mary Lena Faulk, Thomasville .. 77-74151 Joyce Ziske, Waterford, Wia. ... 74-78152 Jo Ann Prentice, Birmingham .. 79-74153 Kathy Cornelius, Dayton, Ohio . . 76-77153 Gloria Fecht, Southern Pines,N.C. 77-99156 Ruthie Jessen, Seattle, Wash. . . . 76-80156 Fay Crocker, Montivideo, Uruguay 80-77157 ; a-Mary Mills, Gulfport, Miss. . . 78-79157 Murle Mackenzie, St. Petersburg 80.78 158; Denotes amateur. DAILY PRESS, Newport News 'Warwick Hampton, Sunday, Hoop Band 1st In Arch Ward Memorial Run CHICAGO, Aug. 17 UP) Hoop Band, a 13-1 shot, zoomed to the front at the head of the stretch and barreled to a 4' length vic tory under jockey John Heckmann today in winning the $57,450 Arch Ward Memorial Handicap at Washington Park. The 4-year - old bay gelding, owned by Mrs. Ada L. Rice, Chicago, matched the track record for 1 3-16 miles on the turf of 1:54 3-5. The mark was set by Swaps in 1955. The even money favorite, John Zitnik's Manassas, was second in a photo finish with D. E. Love man s Sunningdale. Festin was fourth in the field of 12. The defeat was Manassas first in six starts on the turf this sea son.; It was Hoop Band s fifth tn- umph in 16 outings and was worth $34,400 to boost his earnings for the year to $72,500. His lifetime winnings stand at $114,360. Hoop Band paid $28, $8.60 and $5.40 to supporters in a crowd of 25,461. Manassas, beating out Sun- nmsdale by a nose for second, re turned $3.40 and $2.80. Sunning dale s price was $4.40. Festin. owned by Kenneth V. McMillan and T. C. Dante of Los Angeles, set the early pace with Lucky ' Stable's Sam Slick and Jacnot Stable's Ei Zatibi, keeping close behind. At the head of the stretch, Heckmann put Hoop Band in front by three lengths. At the one-eighth pole he was merely galloping with about a five-length lead. "Hoop Band was a running fool today," said Heckmann. "He was crying to run at every stage, so rather than restrain him and get pinched somewhere, I decided to let him go out and run his business. He opened up coming into the stretch and was going just as strongly at the end." The others finished in this order: Dotted Line; Bryn; his Hasty House stablemate, Mahan, winner of last year's Arch Ward Memorial; Spinney; Sam Slick; Clermont; El Zahbi; and Negrotrece. Jockey Charles Burr, aboard Manassas, said "there are no excuses to day. Manassas did his best. The total handle for the nine-race day was $2,037,356. Causey Seeks 'Grand Slam' In Langley's Sailing Regatta By BOB MOSKOWITZ Ted Causey, the busy Hampton Yacht Club skipper, takes dead aim in a Peninsula "grand slam" next week end when he sails his Penguin, Nuttin II, in the third Annual Langley Yacht Club Regatta. The Air Force Base Regatta, fast becoming one of the more popular events on the Lower Chesapeake Bay Summer calendar, has a busy program for nine classes scheduled Saturday and Sunday, club publicity chairman Maj. Veran E. von Stein has announced. Chairman of the Back River even this year is Col. Leslie Weaver, who expects the most impressive field in the short history of the regatta on hand. 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Outstanding LIBERAL TERMS AND TRADES This Sign SPRATLEY-ROGERS MOTOR CO. OVER 27 YEARS AT 201 Armlsfead Ave,, Hampton Dial 4375 DMV 86 STATE TENNIS MEET Ex-Champs Payne,"; Floyd Reach Title I Finals With Ease s RICHMOND, Aug. 17 The two top-ranked players.5 both former champions, continued their straight-set march to- day into the men's singles finals of the State Tennis Tournament; .Bob Payne of Richmond,- who took the crown in 1953, turned back young Bruce Sylvia of Richmond, 6-4, 6-1, while Don Floyd of Arlington, the 1955 titlist, eliminated Bernie Segall of Norfolk, 6-3, 6-2. . j The two will meet for the title at 2 p.m. (EST) tomorrow m a best-of-five-sets struggle. Mrs. Margy Underwood of Char lottesville, seeded No. 1. and Mrs. Barbara Cage of Halifax, ranked No. 2 will meet at the same time tomorrow in the finals of the women's singles. Mrs. Underwood, a four -time former State champion, crushed trances White, Richmond city champion, 6-2, 6-0, in today's semi finals. Mrs. Cage walloped Sarah Townsend of Richmond, the State titlist for girls 15 and under, by a 6-1, 6-3 margin. The veteran men's doubles team of Bob Atwood and Frank Hartz of Richmond reached the finals by upsetting the top-seeded Richmond duo of Payne and Massie Valentine, 9-7. 6-3. In tomorrow's title match, At wood and Hartz will meet the team of Segall and Oene wash ot Kicn- mond. Segall and Wash, ranked No. 2, disposed of Sylvia and Wayne Adams of Richmond, 6-3, 6-3. After battling it out in the women s singles, Mrs. unaerwooa and Mrs. Cage will team up in the doubles for the championship aeainst Miss Townsend and Mrs. Arthur Harrison of Richmond. Mrs. Cage and Mrs. Underwood crushed the Franklin duo of Betsy Parker and Martha Barham, 6-1 6-1, in the semifinals, while Miss Townsend and Mrs. Harrison out lasted the Richmond team Pamela Gibson and Mrs. MacDon-ald Wellford, 7-5, 3-6, 6-3, in the day's only extra-set match. Sylvia gave Payne a pretty good fight for the first half of the opening set, leading by 2-0 and 3-2. But Pavne then got his swing grooved and won 10 of the next 12 games to run out the match. Payne s volleys were crisp and forceful, his service was good in the latter stages and he made some fine passing shots. All this, plus experience, were too much for Sylvia.! Floyd's accuracy wore down Segall, the runner-up to Payne in 1953. The Norfolk player had sev eral chances in the opening set but failed to capitalize on most of them Floyd led, 4-0, dropped the next three eames and then took five eames in a row to win the first set and build up an insurmountable lead in the second. MEN'S SINGLES Semifinals: Bobby Payne, Richmond, defeated Bruce Sylvia, Richmond, 6-4, 6-1; Don Floyd, Arlington, defeated Bernie Se gall, Norfolk, 6-3, 6-2. WOMEN'S SINGLES Semifinals: Mrs. Margy Underwood, Charlottesville, defeated Francei White, Richmond. 6-2. 6-0! Mrs. Barbara Cage, Halifax, defeated Sarah Townsend, Richmond. 6-1, 6-3. MEN'S DOI BLES Semifinals: Bob Atwood and Frank Hartz, Richmond, defeated Bobby Payne and Massie Valentine. Richmond, 9-7, 6-3; Gene Wash, Richmond, and Bernie Segall, Norfolk, defeated Bruce Sylvia and Wayne Adams, Richmond, 6-3, 6-3. WOMEN'S DOUBLES First round: Martha Barham and Betsy Parker, Franklin, defeated Sara Riley and Jane Elliott, Richmond, 6-2, 6-3. Semifinals: Mrs. Margy Underwood, Charlottesville, and Mrs. Barbara Cage, Halifax, defeated Miss Parker and Miss Barham, 6-1, 6-1; Sarah Townsend and Mrs. Arthur Harrison. Richmond, defeated Pamela Gibson and Mrs. MacDonald Well- ford, Richmond, 7-5, 3-6, 6-3. snaring the Penguin crown in the 12th annual Fishing Bay Yacht Club Regatta. The Langley event, which is sanctioned by the Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing Association, officially gets under way at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, although a social affair Friday will precede the actual competition. The small boats race in two heats on Saturday and once Sunday. The Cruisers and Deltas will only race Saturday. The larger craft will start at the southwest end of Hampton Bar in Hampton Roads, and will finish at the mouth Back River. Weather conditions, however, can change the course. The small boats will sail a course on the southwest branch of Back River, starting and finishing at the Langley boathouse. Hampton One Designs will start the racing, followed in succession by Mobjacks, knockabouts, Town Class, Moths, Penguins and Jolly Boats. .S1495 S1995 $1925 .S1195 .81895 .81665 $1065 .$ 695 .810X5 $1095 $ 845 S 925 $ 495 .$ 295 .$ 95 $ 265 .$ 885 Means Business 3C Ferraro Hurls Hardwaremeri To 5-1 Victory: Ray Carswell's fifth-inning homer with two aboard gave the Richmond American Institute of Banking All-Stars an even break in a Softball doubleheader last night at Phoebus with the Sinclair Hardware All-Stars The Richmonders captured the night cap, 3-0, after Nick Ferraro's two- hitter won the opener for Sinclair, 5-1. Catcher Bill Sanders made Ferraro's task easy in the first game by poling a three-run home run in the fifth to give Sinclair its final four-run margin. t, Ferraro fanned four and walked" only one. In the nightcap, Buzzy Haymans of the Bankers and Ray Badger of Sinclair traHprt Krmtrtut tramp until Cai swell's Huee-run homer in the fifth spelled defeat for Badger. Hay-mans allowed but two hits, Badger five in the five-inning contest. Sinclair committed the lone error of the finale as both teams played sterling ball in the field. In the opener, Sinclair got its first J two runs in the third and the Rich-t monders got their lone tally off Fer-f raro in the top of the fourth. '- The Hardwaremen now have a 15' 14 season record. J FIRST GAME Z August 18, 1957 r'Kirnmona ai ww imu u i z f Oil Sinclair Hardware DO! 630 i S S ! Buzzy Franck and Frank Richeson: Nick t Ferraro and Bill Sanders. SECOND GAME Richmond AIB 000 038 8 J Sinclair Hardware 000 000 ! 1( Buddy Havmans and Tony Hargadons 1 Ray Badger and Bill Sanders. Master Sergeant 1 Cops Pistol Title ; On 293-3C0 Score 1 CAMP PERRY, Ohio, Aug. 17 (fft Master Sgt. Huelet Benner, U.S. Army of West Point. N.Y.. won the National Individual Tro- phy Pistol Match today with record score of 293 points out ofx a possible 300. Lt. William McMillan, U.S. Ma-; rine Corps of Turtle Creek, Pa., who just two days ago dethroned," Benner as national pistol cham.; pion, finished second in the ArmyS" special match with a score of 291. Rounding out the first five were Lt. Allyn L. Clark, U.S. Army of Canaseragh, N.Y., Lt. David C! Miller, U.S. Army of Denver, Colo., and Lt. Col. William A.: Hancock. U.S. Army of El Paso. Tex. The latter tJiree fired the same score as McMillan but were unable to match McMillan's bulls-eye score. The U.S. Army team won the national trophy team match with a score of 1,136 out of a possible,- l.zuu. - LOOK AHEAD! YEARS OF FUN AND Z ADVENTURE ARE YOURS WITH A NEW 165 IIARLEY- DAVIDSON Whether you're off to school, or just on a lark you'll get plenty of healthy fun aboard the 163. Quick ! and easy to handle it' designed for smooth, smooth riding and top v ;.(, 1 economy.' Gets up to 80 miles per gallon of fuel. " I Ideol for work, too! With a 165 you whisk quickly, safe v?; : ly to work pass up traffic jams :and never have to worry about parking. Saves more than $500 year over the cost of owning and t operating an automobile! LOW DOWN PAYMENT EASY MONTHLY TERMS Open Friday Night til 9 PAL Closed Saturday at,! P.M. Plenty of FREE -Parking! We Service What $ Sell! 'JJ t 4 5

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