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10 Hht fEmilrmmrrir Aftnr rttsrr Mnndav July U. 1944 4-A Players Announced For Annual All-Star Tilt TUSCALOOSA A new era will begin "in Alabama High School All - Star basketball Thursday, Aug. 13, when for the first time in history, there will be two classic games played at the University of Alabama's Foster Auditorium. The doubleheader of All-Star basketball is a natural nn nf the first season when! one boy from each of the stale's eight regions and four classifications will make up the teams. In addition, each of the All-Star coaches, a champion ship coach in his respective re gion, will select one player irom their respective size classifica tion in their area of the state. The All-Star game coaches, nfkrt iiinra cnlnnf nn thp ha- lOaOW-i - fnamc' finish in the four state tournaments last basketball teams were aiv""Mj March, include the following: into four size classifications tor the state tournament. At 7 p.m. the A and AA All-Stars will collide. Then at 8:20 the 3-A and 4-A stars will meet. Under the doubleheader plan, Cookie Lavagetto, first base coach with the San Francisco Giants, started as a second baseman with Oakland in the Pacific Coast League in 1933. North 4-A, Braxton Nail. Phillips of Birmingham; 4 - A South. Tom Tarleton, Tusca loosa; 3-A North, Paul Cooley, Pisgah; 3-A South, Chuck Al len, Greenville; AA North, Wendell Loean. Hatton of Town Creek; AA South, Jack Stewart, Lineville; A North, John Kitch ens, DAR of Grant; A South Hunt Paces NY Mets To Doubleheader Sweep NEW YORK (AP)-Ron Hunt collected three hits and drove in three runs, leading the New York Mets to a 5-1 victory over Cincinnati Sunday and their first sweep of a doubleheader in more than a year. They won the opener 1-0 behind Galen Cisco's six-hitter. The Mets last won a double-header against Philadelphia, June 23. 1963. They then went 21 doubleheaders without winning both games. The double victory also marked the first time since May 29-30 that the Mets put to- notw a two -came winning s t re a k. Wright Wins Golf Tourney i Hunt homered in the first in ning and singled across two runs m the fourth. He also singled in the seventh Veteran Frank Lary won his first National League game, scattering six hits, including Deron Johnson's homer in the seventh. Lary had lost three with the Mets and two with De troit this season. SAN DIEGO, Mickey Wright Calif. (AP) - caDtured the United States Women's open Onlf chamDionship Sunday for an unnrecedented fourth time when she defeated Ruth Jessen by two strokes in an 18 - hole plavoff. , , . L. Miss Wright birdied the sixth hole with a deuce and was never headed for the remainder of the match. . The site was the San Diego Country Club, which measures about 6,400 yards and has par of 36-37-73. , .A. J- The victory was worth $2,200 to Mickey and $1,320 to the 27-roar.nld Miss Jessen. The pair wound up in a tie at the end of the regulation 72 holes Saturday with total scores of 290, two under par. "I hate to lose," said Ruth, "but there is some consolation in losing to the greatest woman golfer in the world." The two are close friends on and nff the eolf course and had a leisurely lunch together before teeing off under brignt ana ram- er breezy skics. SL Sets First All-Star Tilt BIRMINGHAM (AP) - The first Southern League All-Star game is expected to draw some 8.000 persons to Rickwood Field Monday night. On display will be the cream of talent in t'ie eight-team league. The Birmingham Barons are the host team. They are in first place and won the right to field the classic. Starting pitchers will be Man-ley Johnston of Lynchburg for the All-Stars, and Ron Tompkins of the Barons. Johnston, a husky firebalier and a former Auburn University basketball and baseball standout, is the league's win-ningest pitcher with a 11-6 record. He also is the No. l Baron tamer, with a 3-0 record agai.ist the league leaders. Tompkins holds an 8-3 record n Sam Snead Wins Senior Pro Title that BUSINESS REVIEW Cadden's Mail Lists, Letters j Profitable i The Cadden Advertising Ageiw has many services to oiler- abrhbl Flrit Game CINCINNATI NliW YORK ab r h M Rose 2b 4 0 10 Elliot cf Keough rf 4 0 2 0 Hunt 2b Finson cf 4 0 10 Thomas lb Robinson If 3 0 0 0 Altman If 4 12 0! Johnson lb 4 0 2 0 Chr't'pher rf 4 0 1 1 Cardenas as 3 0 0 0 Gondcr e 3 0 10 Boroa 3b 2 0 0 0 C.Smlta 3b 3 0 0 0: H'rper pr-3b 0 0 0 0 McMillan ss 3 0 1 0 H.Smith c 3 0 0 0 Cisco p 3 0 0 0 Edw'ds ph-c 0 0 0 0 Jay p 4 0 0 0 Totala 31 0 ( I Total. W 1 1 One out when winning run scored. Cincinnati 000 000 000 -0 New York 000 000 001-1 E-Gonder. DP-New York 1. LOB - Cincinnati , New York 6. 2B-Plnson, Johnson, Altman, Christopher. SB-Harpe S-Boros. IP H R ERBBSO Jay. L. 4- 11-3 4 1 1 1 S Cisco, W, 4-11 ... t 0 0 4 5 HBP-By Jay (Thomas). T-2:2. Second Game CINCINNATI NEW YORK abrobl ah r hot Rose 2b 4 0 10 Elliot cf 3 0 12 Keough rf 4 0 3 0 Hunt 2b 4 13 3 Plnson cf 4 0 0 0 Thomas lb 4 0 0 0 Robinson If 3 0 0 0 Altman If 4 0 10 Johnson lb 4 111 Chr't'pher rf 4 1 1 0 Edwards c 4 0 10 Gonder c 4 13 0! Cardenas sa 3 0 0 0 Katehl pr 0 0 0 0 Boroa 3b 3 0 0 0 Can'zaro c 0 0 0 0 Purkey p 1 0 0 0 Smith 3b 4 13 0 Queen ph 1 0 0 0 McMillan as 3 110 Coleman ph 1 0 0 0 Lary p 3 0 0 0 Totals MKITotala 33 5 13 3 Cincinnati OOO 000 1001 New York 120 200 OOx-5 E-None. DP-Ccinnatl 1. LOB-Cin- cinnati 5, New York 7. 2B-Gnnder. HR-Johnson (9). Hunt 4. S-Lary. IP H R ER BB SO Purkey, L, 3-4 ... 5 0 5 5 12 Duren 2 3 0 0 Henry 1 10 0 Lary. W. 1-3 a 1 1 HBP-By Purkey (McMillan). T A-27,156. Brvant Steele, New Brockton. The 4-A players from the North will include: Glen Sadler, 6-3 forward from Huntsville who averaged 15 points and 12 rebounds per game in three years of varsity basketball. Randy Shurbet of Phillips of Birmingham, a 6-2 forward who averaged 15 points per game, converted 43 per cent of h i s field goal attempts and 73 per cent on free throws. Robert Swindle, Mortimer-Jordan's 6-1 guard, has averaged between 17 and 19 points per game in three years of varsity. He was voted Most Valua-j ble Player in Region Five Tournament. Paul Trammell, Talladega's 6-2 guard, has played forward successfully named the Most Valuable Player in Region Six. Also made All-State and All-County team. Last season he averaged 26 points per game. Albertville center Earl Mor ton at 6;4 is the tallest mem ber of the North 4-A team. The Sand Mountain ace aver aged 17 points and 12 rebounds per game last season. He received honorable mention on the prep school "All-America" team. He was named to the All-Star team in Northeast A 1 a- bama and won All-District hon ors. Southern 4-A players will in-; elude forward Don L u n d y of Shades Valley, a 6-3 youngster who has seen service as a guard. His specialty is the drive-in shot which helped him score an average of 15 points per game. Also a gifted tennis player, he reached the quarter- ! ' ! finals of the state prep tennis 3 o o 0, tournament. Forward Lonnie Minor of Tuscaloosa was one of the big reasons why the Black Bears won the 4-A state championship last March. The 6-5 jump shot artist was rated the Most Val uable Player on the Bear squad by his teammates. A member: of the All-State team, he aver aged 12 points and 10 rebounds per game. Jerry Barrett, a 6-3 center from Tuscaloosa County High 0 2 0 0 1 i -2:03. ft i : .-snT,.T r.. -I . J tkT,A mmn iftar Kr'fltt WOn wr.:iwuiuti, j&neiana irtrnoiw cvm , iCV Sam Snead. the' AmericanllOth. Then sneaa g?i nui- ""'Me alert business man who'- fiup nt rnp next uuies auu , ichprt fhp. first 18 five up. Snpart lost the first noie oi ukl afternoon round when his second! shot disaDDeared into the trees. r ! , -i-'TTiHIl Willi llt-uo They halved tne next 'U1"ineeds it in a hurry. . .certain- then Snead sank a U-tom. puu shoukJ knQW that Caddcn for a birdie three on the otny .. . . h : . . . .... . t: ., nnvwu.s.o hole, mat pui mm vc PGA senior champion, shot an eagle three on the 15th hole Sun day and went on to defeat Syd Scott of England 7 and 6 in their 36-hole match for the unofficial world senior pro golf championship. The 52-year-old Snead, competing as a senior for the first time this year, won the U.S PGA title last February. Scott is the British senior pro cham- Iseeks ways of increasing custo--Jmers and expanding his opera-' tions. f For instance, tne ousines fman who needs a letter . . . and 1 m rusn service. A iob brought in one morn- agam. jng is usually ready for tne cus- The American went aneau "Jptomer the next morning six holes when he made a regu-j ninn Thp virtnrv parnnri Snead ilatinn threfi on the short low $1,400 in prize money and thejhole. Scott sliced his drive APARICIO MAKES LIKE BIRD Baltimore Orioles shortstop Luis Aparicio reaches for a bad throw from catcher John Orsino as Detroit Tigers' Bill Freehan safely steals second base in the second inning of opening of a doubleheader Sunday. Orsino was charged with a throwing error. Baltimore won the game, 4-2. (AP) Teacher Trophy The veteran slammer from White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. was only one up after nine holes Yankees, Indians Tie 2-2; Game Called After 7 Innings! CLEVELAND (AP) The Newlwait. All records count, and thel York Yankees and the Cleveland Indians tied 2-2 Sunday in the first game of a scheduled doubleheader halted by rain in the seventh inning. Time was called with the Indians at bat, and the game was called a tie after a 57-minute game will have to be replayedj in its entirety. j Cleveland's Leon W a g n e ri cracked his 19th home run in the first inning off Stan Williams. In the second inning Roger Maris belted his 14th homer over the right field fence. The Indians went ahead in the third when Dick Howser scored NEW TORK CLEVELAND brhbl sbrhbi nuk I J ? S rtowsiir, OT,H!Si from first on Vic Davalillo's op- Rich'son 2b 3 0 0 0 Davalillo cf 30111 -. ,. . ,, , r Mantle cf 3010 Wagner if 2 1 1 1 posite field double. The Yankees Maris rf 3i 1 1 chance rf 3 ooo knotted the score in the fourth pepitone lb 3 1 1 1 Salmon 2b 201 oiwhen Joe Pepitone slammed his Howard c 3 0 2 0 Azcue c 2 0 0 Ojllth homer ' Boyer 3b 3 0 0 0 Moran 3b 2 0O0 n ' , wiiiiams p 3 o o o Ramos p 2 o io ! 1 he tie game will be played i Totals 17 1 i 1 Totals 11 ! 4 2 f ,; -;Lt New York Cleveland DP-New York 1 Cleveland 2. 2B-ravalltllo. HR (14), Pepitone (11), IP Williams 6 Ramos .7 T-l:37. A-37.128. LOB . 010 100 0 -2 . 101 000 i-2 New York , Wagner (19), Maris R ER BB SO I as part of a twi-night double-header here Sept. 22 and the second game will be played as part of a twi-nighter here Sept. 23. American Woman Wins Swedish Match BAASTAD, Sweden (AP) Mrs. Donna Floyd Fales of New York, captain of the United States Wightman Cup team, ut iNu.mpuit, u, a u iC - yeujwon the womens sing,es cham 7 r rtrrr-Vm nt iu T).i 1 Ti. fense and rebounding. He aver- i'"'f "hw Sunday. She defeated Ulla San- dulf of Sweden 6-3, 5-7. 6-3. A Hot Deal ON THE HOT CAR! PLYMOUTH ROUSE MOTORS 324 Moltoa 262-6408 U. S. ROYAL CERTIFIED WHEEL ALIGNMENT Week-End Special This $(o)08 Facto.ry-Trained Expertl 1. Adutt caller 2. Adjust Cambei 3. Adjust toe-in 4. Adjust toe-out 5. Check steering 6. 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H Right now firms need to pre-pare mailings for fall. See Cad-.1 ;; den right away on this. j Cadden reproduces letter-. - heads and envelope addresses . ;-'so realistically that you'll be" amazed. Cadden also specializes in mail lists of all kinds. For instance, they can make avail-, f able to firms, mail lists com-; Ipiled from motor vehicle regis-. trations for the entire state of", Alabama. Other types of lists -"are available by request. Backed by Sean famous Nationwide Guarantee. Up to heavier steel than original equipment type muffleri! Ford . . . '49-53 Chevy . . '49-53 A3 88 ROGERS & SCRUSHY Air-Conditioning And Refrigeration Co. SALES SERVICE DTD A IDC ALL MAKES KtrAIKi ALL MODFIJ! 28 FLEMING RD. DIAL 24-2000 INSTALLED "Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Moiey Back" SEARS AWWVNAaWVWVWrVWtyW. H Cr H JANITOR SERVICE COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL INSTITUTIONAL DIAL 265-5712 DIAL 262-1603 VVWWVVWrVAWVrWW Shop Monday Court Street at til 9:30 F'ainlew aged nine rebounds per game and 12 points. The Most Valua- hlp Plavpr in thp Rpoinn SI Tournament, he won All - - federate uomerence nonors. uoug uarmicnaei 01 Murpny ; of Mobile at 6-5 and 215 pounds '4 is the biggest member of the'i 4-A South squad. A played three years basketball and was center, he of varsity captain of Dodgers, Chicubs Split CHICAGO (AP)-The Los Angeles Dodgers erupted for six runs in the ninth inning for a 6-2 victory over Chicago Sunday after the Cubs won the opener 6-3 on Billy Williams' three-run homer in the ninth. Ernie 'Broglio, still seeking his first triumph as a Cub, was sailing along with a four-hitter until the ninth inning of the nightcap. But after pinch hitter Jim Gilliam and Derrell Grif fith singled with none out, Dick Elsworth came on. Before the outburst was over, the Cubs called on three more pitchers. Flrl Game LOS ANGELES CHICAGO ab r h 111 ah r h bi Wills sa 4 0 2 0 A'alfilano 2b 4 t 2 1 Griffith 3b 3 0 0 0 Rodgers as 3 1 10 Gilliam 3b 1 0 0 0 Clemens ph 110 0! W.Davis cf 4 110 Williams If 5 2 2 3 Fairly lb 4 0 0 0 Santo 3b 4 0 11 Roseboro c 4 12 1 Banks lb 4 0 0 0 T.Davia if 4 0 11 Gabr'lson rf 4 0 1 1 Howard rf 4 110 Cowan cf 3 110 Parker rf 0 0 0 0 Bertell c 2 0 0 0 Oliver 2b 3 0 10 Burke ph 0 0 0 0 Moeller p 1 0 0 0 Buhl p 3 0 10 Moon ph 10 11 Stewart ph 10 0 0 Totals 31 1 3 Totals 34 4 4 Los Anreles ... 000 100 101-3 CMe-afO 000 002 004-4 Two out when winning run scored. E Wills. Oliver. DP-Chlcagol. LOB Los Anjelea 5, Chicago 7. 2B-W. Davis. Cowan, Amalfitano2. Williams (21). S-Moeller, Rodgers, Ber tell. IP H R ER BB SO Moeller . . . 4 6 2 2 2 3 the Panthers for two seasons. TT 1 t 1 1 .. ne aveiageu it reuounus pel Tf game. ! Tommy Gowan, guard from;.- w . . 1 A. 71 Lee ot Montgomery, piayea var-? t.it, Koll fUn Ilnnarnl. Cn-it tnree years, warned to aiht' Ampripfl tpam nf 'Tnaph nnrii4 ...... . lAkaFSsJl. Atniete. He won All-state non-iT:vr4r-?L' .... Illi ors and was cited for his nlavi FRIED PIES Delicious Nutritious, Satisfying Price 1059 Bell in practically every tournament if in which he participated. Nats Divide Twin Bill With Bosox Neither pitcher is expected to' ? I I Bnhl W, 11-4 3 3 PerranosH faced 2 men In th. T-2;2. work more than two innings. Baron Coach Haywood Sullivan and All-Star Mentor George Noga of Lynchburg, said Saturday they plan to expose all their 20 players to the spectators. Second Game LOS ANGELES CHICAGO abrhtil J t A t WASHINGTON (AP) - Theji Washington Senators lost theirli , eighth straight in the first gamely of a doubleheader Sunday ty-ji ing the New York Mets' for the -season's high but bounced back I to beat Boston 10-3 in the scc-j ond game. The Red Sox won theli opener 5-3. Jim King's three-run homer in ! the second game gave the Sen-j' ators a 5-0 lead in the nightcap jV and helped pin a 10th defeat onjj, Dave Morehead. He has wonlt. WrmiWMsilini11WWaVbW H I I Last O Days-SECOND TIRE rSi iszr i ! n! i p Li hjj com LJ L. ZZ3 Li LJ.L,m 1 Nyi,L.. I" lit i s Jli"lwll'lflflMaHMMM"l"Miiiii1i1"1"' 1 1 1 r "TTT-"Til '"irrni'M ii ' I Tjrn tiliiii mjui.M " i 'Jnjim :i.TrnpwiptiitJon oaMOBWMjuuuuuiiuiiLiiw juuuuii juij.tuauijiMaMuiiajijsjij MtoftdMnftWAiaaJul. tJ. y.;..., jj .. A I I ri I m il 7 41 IUY II li 11 II 111! II I Til il li n - 11 till EI A f PRICE'S DELICIOUS ITEMS FOUND IN BETTER STORES IN CENTRAL ALABAMA Donut Co. St. Dial 264-7321 five. abrnbl Nicholson Feeling Fine After Injury KANSAS CITY (AP) - Dave Nicholson, slugging outfielder of the Chicago White Sox, escaped serious injury Sunday when he was hit in the head by a Moe Drabowsky pitch in the second game of a doubleheader against Kansas City. Nicholson suffered a gash over the left eye that will require stitches but regained consciousness after being carried off the field on a stretcher. In the White Sox dressing room, Nicholson said he felt all right, but he was taken to a hospital for further examination. W1IU u 2 0 2 0 A'l I tana h I nn Trace'ski s 1 0 0 0 Rodgers as S 0 0 0 Gll'am ph-2b 1110 Williams If 4 110 Griffith 3b 4 12 1 Santo 3b 3 0 11 W.Davis cf S 0 1 0 Banks lb 4 0 2 0 Fairly lb 2 10 0 Banks lh i (1 2 (1 T.Davis If 4 12 2 Cahr'lson rf 2 0 0 Oi Howard rf 4 0 0 1 Burke ph 1 0 0 01 Parker rf 0 0 0 0 Clemens rf 0 0 0 o Parker rf 0 0 0 0 Cowan cf 4 110 Oliver 2b-si 4 111 Bertell c 3 0 10 Camilli c 2 0 0 0 Broglio p 3 0 0 0 Roseb'o ph-c 1 1 0 0 Ott ph 10 10 Roiseb'o ph-c 110 0 Ortega p 2 0 0 0 Moon ph 1 0 0 0 Brewer p 10 11 Totals 14 i 10 t Totals 35 1 J Los Angeles . ... 000 000 004-( Chirago 000 010 010 -2 fc-uemena. UI'-Loa Angeles 1. LOB-Los Anfielea , Chicago . 2B -Willis, T. Davis. Amalfllano 2. Cowan. Rerlell. SB -Gabriel. Williams. S - Griffith. IP 7 1-3 1 2-3 I 13 1-3 1-2 . 10-10 Ortega R. Miller Brewer, W Broglio F.llsvtorlh I, McDaniel F.Burdette Shanti Broglio faced 2 men in th fared t men in yui, WP-R. Miller. T-2:44. A-34,062 1-3 HR BR SO 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0i 2 I 5 1 1 2 0 0 I 2 0 0 ', Burdette First Game ROKTrtN UlsiUlur.Tnu abrhbl ab r h bl Mantilla 2b 4 112 Blas-ame 2b i 1 2 0 4) Conigliaro If 4 0 0 0 Valentine If 4 2 1 l 'l Y'trze'ski cf 3 0 1 0 King rf 5 0 1 oi Stuart lb 4 0 10 Skowron lb 4 0 1 l 4 Williams lb 0 0 0 0 Phillips lb 1 0 0 0 I Thomas rf 3 110 Lock cf I 3 0 2 0 lalzone 3b 4 2 2 0 Brumley c 5 0 2 1 Bressoud as 4 1 2 1 Ken'dy 3b-ss 4 0 1 0 A Nixon c 3 0 0 2 Brinkman sa 3 0 0 0! T Nixon c 3 0 0 2 Zim'er ph-3b 1 0 0 O'f Lamabe p 2 0 0 0 Daniels o 2 0 1 O A Jones Oh 10 0 0 Uintnn nh.TC I 11 ml ' itatlau 1 0 00 Totals 35 5 I S Totals ..u.u.. .... . wv vjv M-3 Wahlngtoa 200 000 100-31 E-None. DP-Washlngton 1. LOB-Bos-lA ton 4. 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Even better with Tufsyn toughest rubber ever used in Goodyear tires. BLACKWALL WHITEWALL TUBELESS. No-Trade-in 2nd Tire No-Trade-in 2nd Tire SIZE Pric Yu Prica You First Tire Pay Only First Tire Pay Only 6.00x 13, 25.35 12.67 29.80 14.90 6.50x 13 27.00 13.50 31.05 15.52 7.50x 14 31.50 15.75 36.25 18.12 8.00x 14 34.50 17.25 39.70 19.85 8.50x 14 37.90 18.95 43.60 21.80 8.20x15 44.50 22.25 50.20 25.10 ' 'Plus Tax. Same special pricing on every size. Second Came BOSTON WASHINGTON abrhbl abrhhi Jones 2b J 0 0 0 Blas'ame 2b 5 2 1 0 Longinaro If 3 2 2 2 Valentine If S 1 I 1 4 1 2 3IA 5 1 1 Oil 3 0 1 Ojt 4 111A Y trze sRI cf 4 0 3 0 Kine rf Stuart lb 4 0 0 0 Lock cf Thomas rf 2 0 0 1 Phillips li Mantilla 3b 4 0 0 0 Brumley c R.a.,A,iH . A fi 1 A VI. it. m . . Tillman c 3 10 0 Bri'k'n pr-ss 0 2 0 OiT Morehead p 1 0 0 0 Ken'dy ss-3b J 2 2 0 4 Mejias ph 1 0 0 0 Koch p 4 0 1 1 ! T .Schilling ph 10 10 Ridzik p 10 12V Nixon ph 1 0 0 0 4 TnlaU 11 1 1 1 Tot .1. Blllii " " "1 I . .1 iw i . 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