32 SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 1964, Lake Charles American Press - . , __ . .. _ . , . Cincy Trounces SPORIS CALENDAR Lake, DriscoH Win at Lafayette mm * . No events srhpchilrrl T ° DAY LAFAYETTE La (AP)-Top- ] leans will meet Glady Tralian of j Grcgson and the twosome of of the Me 1J A* |£»JL.-fc»» L. /L 1 ' TOMORROW seeded Ray Lake of ShrcvcDort iCrowlev for fho title Sunday.! Hnrrv Rnrtnn and John Pwr nnH «/An nousion DV O"i ^ ™™t* scheduled. Stars To Be 47 Strong HOUSTON (AP) - Bobby j Steve Boros in the eighth. Ed- Klaus and John Edwards drove;wards bolted throe singles, send- in two runs each Saturday as j ing home two runs in the third Cincinnati trounced Houston 6-1 i .Jim Maloncy won his fourth for its eight victory in the last!game in 11 decisions, scattering 10 games. ;s j x i,j| 5 . He walked two and Klaus hit his first major 'in hi\f AYIM i tx ba. (An—rop-1 leans will meet Glady Tralian of Gregson and the twosome of seeded Ray Lake of Shrcvcport Crowley for ihc title Sunday.! Harry Barton and John Perez. .and second-seeded Al Driscoll Gregson and J. I, Beyt also are | Jlm Watson of Lake Charles of Beaumont lex., Saturday in the finals of the senior men's j was defeated by Roy Bartlett -—advanced to the semifinals mi doubles against James Leake! O f New Orleans 6-0 6-2 in the the tnrm'o oil-mine in !Vio C.fait. ™/1 T» n l ; Ul ne " Ul JCUII3 0 U, O4 III U1C (the men's singles in the Great- and Trahan. A i , Pm 11S ! quarter-finals after advancing , In the men ' s J™ ve) do «b-iby defeating George Watson of les. M. I). Miller and Trahan i Jennings 6-3. 6-4 in the Men's league home run in the fourth with none on, then tripled across ; on * * * Cards Invade Houston For 4-T 'ilt Stand HOUSTON (SpU - Johnny Kcane's St. Louis Cardinals, led by Ken Boyer, Dick Groat and Bill White, open a four game series tonight at Colt Stadium in a 7:30 p.m. game and will follow with night games Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, to close out the Houston Colt ,45s' current home stand. Dick (Turk) Farrell, the win- ningest pitcher in baseball, will be on the mound for the Houston Colt .45s and will be going after his tenth victory of the season. Ray Sadecki, the Card lefthander who has won s i x straight games, will pitch for the Cardinals. Tonight will be "F a m i 1 y Night," as all children 16 and under, will be admitted free to the genera] admission section and may enjoy a S1.50 reduction on box or reserved seats when accompanied by a parent. Harry Craft has Don Notte- bart, Bob Bruce and Ken John son ready to pitch in that order Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. struck out four. The Colts scored the first: CHICAGO (AP)-A 47-player backs. Fruge, Hall Post Best Keg Scores HONOR ROLL „ . Men - ' I "^ Chorif-s Hall 214 63) SERIES tlane. Women IE* 1 If'.'ES: Jane Prune 2(M, Coral R 0 . r---3 --'i-l-Jti Jen Fr| 5 i oe 157 Ruby t^ u ' r '" '•'•"'' G"-"'' = r V 185 5-.X; SERIES Carol Romero 563 Jane F-uae 527. Charles Hall led men bowlers when he kegged a 234 line in the Recreation Partners League here Friday night. Jane Fruge of the Triple-Ettes league led the distaffers with a 2fM game while Carol Romero of the same league had a high faeries of 563. FRIDAY TRIO Ic-.•-'"-[" * Gorr e: Joyce Moss, Ho Hour- Lou Rose, Team FIGURE EIGHT MIXED ', •" s Game: Bob Beqlis, Leodina Dalr, so.-i.-iie Huanes, E-Z 5, (tic), 211. >."ei i Series. Ronnie Hughes. E-Z 5, I'.r.mcns Game: Elaine Holcombe. Slow PC^es 157 Fi ''; D " ie r '' 5£rie '' Betty Mnncil. Just Tcn:n' Series'. E-Z 5, J.455. TRIPLE-ETTES VOTIJII'J Gar-;«: Jane Fruge, Team v,ome'i^_ Series: Carol Romero, S!cr- Tc.'jm Gone" SlarrJustc-rs, £14. TC-CHI Series: 5'or3us'?rs. 1517. RECREATION PARTNERS '.'en 5 Gome: Cnorles Hoil. Team Nine '!<!-• « Series Sie.e Gii>c-tp,c, P n I i I ,• V\r ,«. 59;: ••-'..rrcr- :> Gari,--' S^oron Gii.eir.'C, 1 T "' V.cmcn s Scries. Gilhipie, Pniiiy -,vr.il- lie . 428. Te-Ti Game: Team Nine, 419. Ttim Series: Team Mine, 1043 Mann Fires 70; Grabs 3 Stroke Lead ELLICOTT CITi', Md. rAP) —Carol Mann of Towson, Md. shot a par 70 on the Turf Val- Itv Country Club fourse Satur- di).v for a :-;fi-hole !42 total and a ( hr»t.-q TO.-.': lead in the S10,- 000 Lady Carlms Open Golf T 'ornament. The fi-fuot-3 blonde fired a 34 the front nine of the 6.450- on . yard c-ojrse a;id came in v,nh a '.'A r 'i:iord a 7d lr.,r !-.•"• in '). which tfif Ann Cret-d also shot secnnd-place total of ! S4-h'i!t tournament THE r/ii f-: J." P. Jo- 6& . P. ?7.7i-150 79-71—150 76-7S-151 81^72—15? :. Tor ifTif-.e He Pur.g . .. •'.0 */-•".:. •'',"• .;,- 1C -i- 61- I r 'nv Mi: c tangs h Basketball DALLAS < AP >-Georgia Toch \';i',ri'-)-hiJt. Oklahoma City, Tui- iir» l/>uj.siana Stale. Tulane s.'id Mr-vouri make up the ir.terat-t- l'-'!;.-j| srheduk" of Southern M 'J.'i'.di.-i s ba^Ki.-toal! t(-am !'• • '-'' ^ M'-!:;-jt,!> S'ii'i itM.i ;-,' i '.•.-•!-. c r,i.!!.c ;-,-j!!,i-.-, a! t Oi. ?'.'. M f:r.:.jif- Mf:jr|; ijptlJl D<;C. i Vk.'ih Okiahonia C/iv. Al Spangler's triple and Bob ^Hegiate squad, with emphasis, George and big running selected Saturday Aspromontc's single. nn passing The Reds evened the srare in backs, was the second as they loaded the <" face the bases on singles by Edwards. Roars of the National Football Ix?o Cardenas and Boras. Ed- /^-'••iguc in the 31st All-Star fool- when at Call- i They Mira. Southern fornia's Pete Beatharcl ...... Jai;k Concannon of Boston Col- Lake defeated Earl Turner of; defeated Will Palfrey and I,eake I Singles events. Lafayette in the second round' 1 '" the semifinals and will face' Lake Charles' Sullivan ! the winner of the semifinal ; feated Will between Bartlett and 1 wards scored i forced Boros ! wards put the Reds ahead to i slay in the third. Vada Pinson Maloney ball game in Soldier Field Fri- second. Ed- day night, Aug. 7. The squad was picked by Conch Oilo Graham, whose All- champion Chicago legc. Mississippi's Perry Dunn and Texas' Duke Carlisle, most likely will he used defensively. cracked his seventh homer Cincinnati in the seventh. CINCINNATI HOUSTON ob r h bl Ob r h bl Klaus 2b 5122 Spongier r.f 4120 Harw II 5110 Pox Jb 4000 Pinson rf 5171 Roberts Ib 4 0 0 0 Co'rmnn Ib .S 0 7 0 Bond If 3000 Robinson rl 5110 Asnro'nte 3b 4 0 1 1 Pclwards c -1 1 .1 ? S'oub rl 4010 Cardenas ss .1010 I.nils ?s 40)0 Boros Ib 4120 Bnleman c 1000 AAolonry p .1001 C.role c J 0 0 0 fltown p OODO Ovvc-fis p I n 0 0 ov.'ynn 1010 Jnnes p 0000 Totals 406 14 6 Totals 3J 1 6 1 o—Sinaled lor Owen-. In 7lh. Cincinnati oij 100 1)0—« Houiton 100 000 Mft-1 E-Nono. pt>A-cincinnoii v T, HOUS- ' represented bv two plavers. ton !7..«. l.nB-Clnclnnotl 18, Houston 7 ' ' ' * ?8—Plnjon. 3B— Spnnalfr, K^aus HR— Klaus, Pinson. SB—Robinson. S—Brown, Maloncy. IP H R ER BB 50 Woloncs-. W 47. . o 61174 Brown. L, 17 3 5-S 8 4 4 0 1 Owens 3134 1 i o 3 Joni-s 1 2 1 1 0 2 U—Sijdol, Prvor. Sccorv, Burkharl T— 2:11. A—7,189 fo r Star squad lasl year handed the Green Bay Packers a stunning 20-17 setback. Among the 33 schools represented nn the brawny and talented squad, Southern California, Ohio State and Iowa lead in contributions with three each. Eight other schools, including Pittsburgh, Nebraska, Michigan State. Pcnn Slate. Miami. Fla. and Arizona State will be and then beat Danny Sullivan ! the . of Alexandria to make it to the match Miami's i semifinals. :~ Lake will take on Billy Holmes of Alexandria in his semifinal match Sunday morning. Driscoll. former Lamar Tech star, whipped Irvin Dolalfc of Lafayette in the second round and then polished off Danny Sullivan of Alexandria in the quarter-finals. DriscoU will face Roy Bartlett of New Orleans, third-seeded player in the men's division. „ „ „,, ,, 0 , rr In the women's singles, lop- Dm Ccnners, Mloml, Fla.;^Cnri j seeded EUSlJS Reil.V Of New Or; leans defeated school-girl sensation Bonner Miller of Jennings ! 4-6, 6-2, fi-1 to reach the title 'round against Ruth Shoptaiifh of Baton Rouge who beat Becky Wolfe, another Jennings high 'schooler, 2-6, 6-1, 6-3. Mrs. Reily and Betsy McLel- flan Leis de- Palfrey of Baton Men's Junior Vet Singles won in the quarter-finals with a 6-1, 6-3 victory over A. 0. Sigur of Lafayette. Leis lost to Meredits Bogan of BatonRouge 6-3, 6-1, in the semi-finals. Leis and Watson defeated Earl Turner and Dennis Aucoin 6-2, 4-6, 6-0 only to lose in the second round to John Breaux and Ed Bankston 7-5, 8-6 in the Rouge 6-2, 6-3, in the first round ; Men's Doubles events. CHICAGO (AP)—The rolkcjlntc squad nomod Saturday tor llw 1W.I All-Slar fooT>a!l qam^ with Ihr champion Chicago Bcurr, ol the Notional Football Lfanuo at Soldier Field Pridtiy niatit, Aug. 7: GNDS—Hot Br>d;olc, Soulhprn California: Vcrn Burke, Ornoon Slate; Ted Dav- 13, Georaio Tctli; Ed Lolliomer, Mlchloart Stole; Dovld Pork;, Texas Tech; Mel Prolil, UCLA; George Seals, Missouri; Malt Snrjrton, A/iichlion Stale; Billy Truax EUcr, W.lnncsola; Tom Kcatina, AMrlii- no". Ken Korlas, Louisville; Jfimes Moran, Idnhn: ffor-cr Pillam, Wisconsin GUAROJ-Ernie Borohetli, Pitlsburqh; Boh Brown, Nebraska: Dick Evey, Ten- ne=sri!. VVallv Hllqenberq. \nvrn; Mike Rdllv, Iowa; Hakh Rosdnhl, Penn Stole; Lloyd Vo«, Nobraskri CEMTES5—Ralph Bokcr, Pcnn Slole; Ken Bowman, Wisconsin; Ray Kubala, Texa? AS.M; Jim Morris, Holy Cross. QUARTERBACKS — Peto Bealhard, Southern Cnllfornia; Jock Concannon, Graham, himself a former star passer for the Cleveland Browns and now coach of the U.S. ("oast Guard team, selected three sharp pitching quarter- Two other quarterbacks. Boston Collcae; George Mlra, Mloml, Fla! HALFBACKS—Willie Brown, Southern i. •, . . , - r.aiifornla; Ode Burrell, Mississippi State; 1311, top-Seeded in the WOmCH S Duke C'lrli^le. Texas; Perry Dunn, Mississippi; Pout Krauso, lown; Joe Don Loonev, Oklahoma; Paul Martha, burnh, Jerry Richardson, West Texas Stale; Gr-orqc Rose, Auburn, Charles plav Taylor, Arijonrj state: Dick Van ROOD horse. Ohio Stale, Paul Warlleld, Ohio Statf. FULLRACKS-Tommy Crulchcr, Texas Christian • Tmv I ori.-k, Arizona Stole; Mnlt SneH. 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