Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 22, 1964 · Page 9
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 9

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Monday, June 22, 1964
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Legion Teams Begin 2nd Round Tuesday The second round of the District Seven Western Division American Legion baseball schedule starts this week with the Sulphur Post 179 and Pepsi Cola tilt Tuesday taking the headlines. Post 179 completed the first round with a fine 5-0 record, mainly on the strong arms of Bobby Barnes and Kyle Carlin and the hitting of Richard Dore. The Pepsi nine. Lake Charles' second entry in the field, made a fine showing the first half I with a 4-2 record and is tied (with (he Lake Charles Steve- idores for second place. On the same night, ih c stevedores will journey to West Lake in atlemp! k> avenge one of their two defers in the first round. West Lake shocked the Stevedores in I he first game of the season, fi-0, behind the five- hit pitching of Denny Slolhand. Rounding out Tuesday p 1 a y will be .Jennings at Donaldson Ford and Oakdale hosting the (Unofficial entry in District Sev- en, the Taussig Mets. ! The rest of the week, the leaders should have smooth sailing,j barring any major upsets. j The rest of the week, the; leaders should have smooth sail-! ing, barring any major upsets i Thursday play pits Pepsi! at, Jennings, West Lake at. Don-! aldson. Post 17!) at Oakriale and ' the Stevedores hosting t. h e j Mets. ! RIVAL SHORTSTOPS — Coco Rossitto, left, of Pepsi Cola and Robert Babineaux of Sulphur Post 179 will do the shorlstopping for their re- spective teams Tuesday night when they tangle ui a featured American Legion baseball battle at Legion Field. Two Teams Unbeaten Sheriffs n League Only two teams remain undefeated in the Sheriff's Leagues for boys and girl in Pelican and Dixie divisions. In the Dixie Boys' Eastern division, West Lake has posted a fine 7-0 record to jump three games out in front of Sam Houston (4-3). Bell City, in the Dixie Girls' PELICAN BOYS Eastern Division W L Pet. OB Marlon ,. 6 J 8J7 — Sam Houston 5 2 .714 1 Iowa 4 3 .571 2 West Lake 2 5 .286 4 Bell City I 6 .167 S Western Division DeQuincy 7 1 .875 — Maplewood 7 2 .778 Vj Slarks 2 7 .222 S'/j Vlnlon 1 7 .125 6 DIXIE BOYS Eastern Division W L Pet. West Lake 7 0 1.000 Sow Houston 4 3 571 3 Marlon 3 3 J500 3' Iowa 3 5 .375 4' Bell City 1 6 .167 6 Western Division Martlewood 8 1 .88? — DcOulncy 7 2 .778 Vintcn 2 6 .250 Starks 0 8 .000 PELICAN GIRLS Eastern Division W U Pet. Bell City 6 1 .857 — Morion 5 2 .714 1 Sam Houston 4 3 .571 ? Iowa 4 4 .500 5Vj West Loke 0 7 .000 6 Western Division N'.ipiewood 8 1 .883 — stores 7 2 .778 I Vinton 3 A .331 i DoQumcy 0 9 .000 8 Eastern Division, has taken a one-and-a-half game lead over Marion. Bell City has a 6-0 mark. Closest race is in the Western Division of the Dixie Girls, where both Starks and Maplewood have compiled 7-2 readings. 7-1 record, but only a half game margin over Maplewood (7-2). Other leaders are Marion (6-1) in the Pelican Boys' Eastern Division and Maplewood (8-1) in the Dixie Boys' Western Division. Team leader in the girls' play is Bell City (6-1) in the Mefs Do It Aga/n- Beaf Welsh by 70-5 n Ag< WELSH (SpU - The irrepressible Taussig Mets made the Welsh Independents their fifth victim in six games here Sunday afternoon, rallying late for a 10-5 victory behind the slugging of Bobby Fry and Sam Ivey. The Taussig crew, trailing 5-1, poured across five runs in (he sixth inning, with the big blows a three-run homer by Ivey and a single by Steve Stroh driving home the winning run. The Lake Charles crew went on to push across three more tallies in the seventh to wrap up t h e game. Fry rapped a solo homer in the second inning for the Mets and also added a single in four trips, while teammate Bernard DeQuincy in the Pelican! Pelican Girls' Eastern Division.! David had a pair of safeties in Boys' Western Division has a Bolero Has Slim Yacht Race Lead NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) Bolero, a 73-foot yawl owned by Tim Moseley of San Carlos, Calif., held a slight lead on the field after one-third of the Newport to Bermuda yacht race. Stormvogel, a 73-foot ketch of Cornelius Bruynzeel of South j£ j Africa, was within hailing dis- ! tance of the leader, according 1 to sightings marie by the U.S. CB Const Guard. Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors-Available Now Without Prescription Stops Attacks in Minutes . . . Relief Lasts for Hours I York, N. Y. (SpecUl)-The asthma formula prescribed more than any other by doctors for their private patients is now available to asthma eufTercrs without prescription. Medical tests proved this formula slops asthma attacks in minutes and gives hours of freedom from recurrence of painful asthma spasms. 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DIXIE GIRLS Eastern Division Bell City 6 Marlon 5 Sam Houston 3 West Lake 1 Iowa 1 L Pel. 06 0 1.000 — 2 .714 Hi 2 .600 JVj 5 .167 • Slarks Maplewood Vlnlon DeQuincy Western Division .125 6 2 .773 — 7 2 .778 4 5 Mi 0 9 .000 Bishops Lose Four Games FORT POLK (Spl.) - The Fighting Bishops' baseball fortunes took a radical turn in the opposite direction this weekend as Ponchatoula took a twi-night sweep of a doubleheader in that Southeast Louisiana city, 7-5, 8-4. On Saturday, an invading Kelly Trucker from Bossier City turned the same feat against the homestanding Fort Polk nine, winning 17-1 and 10-3. Polk had won eight of its last 10 games prior to the weekend action and now stands at 10-15 for the season. The Bishops take lo the home field again Tuesday night, opening a three-game series against Fort Hood, and' will then play host, to Randolph AFB on Friday night and Saturday afternoon, there is no admission charge for the games. George Kimball Takes Putt Putt Nod in Playoff George Kimball won first plare in the monthly amateur Putt-Putt golf contest in a play-1 off with Mike Touchey after the pair tied with scores of 127. Kimball won the playoff with a 30 round, defeating Touchey by two strokes. Ray Shawa was only one stroke back with a 128 while Jim Clack took fourth place with a 129 score. Other top finisheis were Eddie Austin, 135: Jamie Hightow- cr and David Harvey 136; Joe Nagem, 138, and Louis Kimball, Howard Trahan, Jerry (Jarvey and Ronnie Wesl, all with 139. Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Uou'i be cmbturiibaed by loose lal&e teeth Mlpplng. dropping or wobbling wheu you ettt. tajjc or laugh. Just •PrluUe a mil* FAS'l'KE'ra ou your pittlu*. TWs pleunuiu pciwcior ylveti a icmiijltable aauae of tvdiicd comfort ftud bticurlty by imidiiijj plates awe Urmly. No tummy, nouuy, pasty tiisto or leellug. 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Travis Courville was 2-4 for (lie Independents, now 2-1 on tlie season. Oakdale. and West Lake, all with 2-4 records, are in a tie for third place and this week's games should provide a solid third place contender. Saturday tilts find Donaldson at (he LC vStevcdores, Post 170 at. the Mots. West Lake at Jennings, and Pepsi at Oakdale. DISTRICT 7 WESTERN DIVISION MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1964, Loke Charles Americor. Press 9 104 IN CITY GOLF AS DEADLINE NEARS With the entry dradlinr! only three days away, '104 golfers have already cast, their hats into'the ring in a bid for tho 1904 Lake Charles City Gold championship. Local golfers have through Thursday to post the IH-hole qualifying round which will make their entry official Enirv may hn filed at whichever of tho three courses— Kayoucho Coulee. Lake Charles Country Club or Herman Frasdi—the prospective entrant normally plays. Through Sunday night, Herman Frasch led the way in number of entries with 42, while 40 had qualified at Kayonche and 2'J at the Country Club. The 18-hole score will be the basts for bracketing the field into flights for another 18-hole club round this Saturday which will determine who advances into the 54-hole city tournament proper, as well as the winners of a number of flight, prizes. On tho basis of this 3fi-ho!p total, the top five finishers in the championship flight, as well as the winners of four additional flights from each course will qualify for tho city tournament, to be held on successive Saturdays from July 11-25. w Sulphur 179 .......... ,s LC Stevedores 4 Popsl Coin 4 Jennings j Mels Welsh ...nin nis j-in ...20? 100 0— 5 Pet. O.B. 1.000 — .667 IVr .M7 iv, .333 3Vj .333 .11., .333 n /Kv I ? MI> , Wovne S(e ""ens nnd Ecf- m v FI V"" "'chard, Larrv J C , R , lchar <J Kucner (6) L— Guldry. Wesl Lake Donaldson j \ 206 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE TUESDAY: Jennings al Donaldson, LC Stevedores at Wesl Lake. Sulphur Post 179 at Pepsi Colo, xOakdale vs Taussia Mets. H THURSDAY: Pepsi at Jcnnlnns, Wesl Lake at Donaldson, Sulphur Post 179 at Oakrtole, xLC Stevedores vs Taussla Mels. M SATURDAY: Donaldson of LC Stevedores, West Lake at Jennings, Pepsi at Onkdale. xPost 179 vs Taussig Meis. x—Exhibition game. FOR COOLER - COMFORTABLE DRIVING REPLACE YOUR C-R-A-C-K-E-D WINDSHIELD WITH A TINTED GI ' ASS GUARANTEED AGAINST LEAKS WP Service Insurance Claims—Free Pickup and Delivery Allied Glass, Inc. 1505 HodRfiR at 6th Street 'hone 439-8858 ;*«. V*-; NOW! Work-Free "Instant" Meals with a SCOTCHPAK FOOD PACKAGING SET Now you can package, freeze and serve In minutes your own delicious foods the same "heat-in-the-pouch" way that's featured in fine commercial frozen foods. 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