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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Tuesday, June 23, 1964
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mith, Bueno Easy TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1964, Lake Charles American Press 1 J FACE LEGION PLAY — Among ihe local players scheduled io sea action lonlght In American Legion baseball action are Tommy Silvia of the St&vedores (left), who'll be looking at the curve ball slants of West Lake's Denny Slolhand (second from left) in a game at West Lake. Slugging out. fielder Bernard David (second from right) is a likely starter when the Taussig Mela invade Oakdale, while third baseman Jep Blake of Sulphur Donaldson (right) awaits an invasion by Jennings. In another game, Pepsi Cola will host Sulphur Post 179. SPORTSMEN TAKE NOTE: Hunting Hearings Slated; New Fishing Licenses Due Two important dates are coming up for Louisiana sportsmen in the next week. Friday and Saturday, June 27 and 28, will feature the annual hunting season hearings of the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission. The meetings are set for 9 a.m. each day at the Holiday Inn in Alexandria. Next Tuesday, June 30, is the expiration date of 1963-64 fishing licenses. Anglers needing a license to fish in Louisiana will have to have a new one in their possession from July 1 on, or run the risk of getting a violation tickets. The Alexandria hearings were inaugurated by the commission several years ago and have proved highly popular with hunters. Several hundred attend each summer to air their views on seasons and bag limits for the coming hunting season. The full commission, plus top biologists and field personnel, are on hand to answer questions and offer recommendations regarding hunting prospects and any sportsman who wants to talk is given an opportunity. All proceedings are tape-recorded and studied by the commission before the regulations are formulated. Any person between the ages of 16 and 60, who uses a rod and reel or artificial bait, is required to obtain the $1.00 resident fishing license. Persons on active duty with the armed forces are considered residents for license purposes. Anyone over 60 years of age may obtain a free fishing license. Hunting licenses for the 1964-65 season also are available now and may be obtained at the same time as the fishing license. WIMBLEDON, England (AP) —Defending champion Margaret Smith of Australia and second-seeded Maria Bueno of Brazil easily won (heir second- round matches in the Wimbledon Tennis Championships Titos- day before rain halted play after 50 minutes. Tom Brown, 41-year-old American making his first Wimbledon appearance since 1948, fought his way into the second round in a match interrupted Monday night because of bad light. Brown, an attorney from San Francisco who was defeated by . __ -Jack Kramer in the 1947 final, By Tha Ajsocioted pres< ' won over Graham Stilwell, NEW BEDFORD, Mnss.-Jo.e Torre,, j {°™ C J ^H^A" 1 '^ cl ™W [ ™ '«. N .ew York, stopped Fronkis Ollvera, 18-10, 6-2, 6-2, 5-7, 8-6. Only the 164 ' New York ' 5 ' i fifth set was played Tuesday kn T ^d^^^Namato TOb phlll B pin D eT! ancl Bl'OWn survived tWO match S. Orient lunlor welterweight title tight. , points agaillSt Illrtl in the 12lll game before he finally won on his backhand. Miss Smith disposed Of Annette Van Zyl, South Africa's No. 1 player, 6-2, G-l. Miss Bueno, relaxed and confident, had no trouble with Car- jol Prosen of Orlando, Fla. in a (6-0, 6-3 victory. The American 'girl appeared overawed by the occasion. She overhit badly in her first game and double-faulted in her next service game when Miss Bueno broke through again. The women had drawn first- round byes. j After a delay of 90 mitniffs the rain still was falling steadily . with no sign of a break, Ho\v- i ever there was no immediate I notice from the referee's office of a decision on calling play. As Wimbledon has no rain checks, the referee normally waits until as late as possible before closing I the courts. Kno's of spectators gathered in :ho and on the stair- wa.\.; under the center and No. 1 ocurK nnd some started to make Ihcir way home. BOX1NQ Wimbledon Results TOPL'KA, Kan. (AP)-A 14- year-old girl who look up golf 2'- years ago in Guam is the new Kansas women's golf champion. Jackie Evans won the title Saturday at Salina, defeating Joan Ashley of Chanute, a veteran of the tourney, 3 and 2. It was Miss Evans' first try in the tournament. She won the state junior girls title last year. "Dad taught me just about all I know about it (golf)," Jackie said. Dad is Ll. Col. John Evans, stationed at Forbes Air Force Base here Jackie first stepped onto a golf course, a nine-hole, par Fidel Jails Kid Gavllon MIAMI, Fla. (API-Former world welterweight boxing j champion Kid Gavilan of Cuba; is reported a prisoner of the i Fidel Castro regime. j Exiles said today Gavilan was' arrested three months ago while preaching in Marianao, a Havana suburb. They said that after retiring from the ring he became active in the Jehovan's Witnesses sect. Francisco Valle, head of the Teachers Anti - Communist Front, an anti-Castro organization, quoted Cuban underground j three layout, in Guam in January, 1962. "We finally gave her the okay to play the regulation course on Guam that summer," Evans said. "And she won two tournaments, including the Guam Air Force women's open in June of 1963, just before we transferred to Topeka." The new title gives her a 1.000 in tournament play. She will play in the Topeka women's meet in July, defend her state junior crown at Emporia, Kan., and compete in the USGA junior girls tourney at Lcavenwortb, Kan. in August. She said she probably will enter the Women's USGA Amateur at Hutchinson, Kan. Aug. 17-22. Jackie is a 10th grade student at Washburn rural high school, near the air base. She practices nearly every day at Shawnee Country Club. The club pro gives her pointers but she doesn't take lessons regularly. Evans didn't get too excited about Jackie's chances in the women's tournament until a recent vacation. "We went to Cleveland and played the men's tees at Fairlawn Country Club, where the women pros play the Cleveland Open. And she beat me for the first time with an 80," he said. "Then she shot a 72 on my home course in Springfield, 111., 1 had a pretty fair 74. The he hit that tee ball during I knew she was SPORTS CALENDAR ifene Fullmer TODAY LEGION BASEBALL: Jennings at Donaldson Ford: L. C. Stevedores at West Lake; Sulphur Post 179 at Pepsi Cola; Mets at Oakdale, 7:30 p.m. TOMORROW No events scheduled. 14-Year-Old Lass Wins Kansas Tifle Give Up Boxing SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Former middleweight champion Gene Fullmer and Marv Jenson, his manager, traded boxing for mink and politics Monday. Fullmer, inactive since an unsuccessful bid to win back his crown from Dick Tiger 10 months ago, announced his expected retirement from boxing and said he would devote his time to raising mink and quar- terhorses on his suburban West Jordan ranch. "It wasn't an easy decision to make," the 32-year-old Mormon Church elder said. "This has been my life and I hate to say it's over." The announcement by Jenson, RUSSIAN VICTOR — Russia's Tomas Lejus makes a low reiurn en route to a 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 straight sat victory c\->JT /. r.rsricnn Allan Fox in the opening round of play at Wimbledon Monday. (AP Wire- phcto). WIMBLEDON, England (API-Monday's results In lh« All-England T«nnU Championship;: MEN'S SINGLES FIRST ROUND Chuck McKlnely, Son Antonio, Tex., defeated Terry Ryan, outh Africa, «-2, 6-1, 6-3. Roy Emerson,Australia, defeated Donald Dell, Bclhcsda, Md., 6-3, 6-1, 6-0. Tomas Lelus, Russia, defeated Allen Fox, Los Angeles, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2. Antonio Polotoi, Mexico, defeated Jock Crump, Britain, 6-2, 34, 6-3, t-4. Alexander Metrevell, Russia, defeated Eduardo Soriano, Argentine, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1, Ron Holmberg, Brooklyn, N.Y., defeated Mustapha Belkhodla, Tunisia, 6-4, 6-4, 6-2. F. Gadbout, Canada, defeated George Baltrlck, Britain, 6-3, 6-2, 8-6. Arthur AshR, Richmond, Va., defeated Milan Holecek, Czechoslovakia, 3-6, 6-4, 10-6, 6-1. Torben Ulrlch, Denmark, defeated Stanley Matthews Jr., Britain, 6-3, 6-4, 1-4, 6-2 Ronald Barnes, Brazil, defeated Sergei Llkhachev, Russia, 6-4, 7-5, 6-1. Hugh Stewart, South Pasadena, Calif., defeated Ray Senkowskl, Detroit, Mich., 6-4, 6-2, 6-8, 6-2. Abe Segal, South Africa, defeated Clark Graebncr, Cleveland, Ohio, 6-2, 7-5, 6-2. Cliff Rlchey, Dallas. Tex., defeated Andres Lids, ttateless, 6-4, 34, 6-4, 8-10, 6-3. Tony Richard, Britain, defeated Dennis Ralston, Bakersfleld, Calif,, 3-4, 34, 6-4, 7-5. 9-7. Tony Roche, Australia, defected Jolrnt Glsbert, Spain, 6-1, «•*, 6-4. Pierre Darmon, France, Defeated Ml- i chel Lecrerl, Fran 6-1, 6-3, 6-1. i R. J. Carmlchael, Australia, defeated J. : Saul, South Africa, 6-2, 6-1, 7-9, 2-6, 9-7. i Marty Rlssen, Evonston, III., defeated Rvon Nlsher, Houston, Tex., 4-3, 3-6, 1412, 6-2. , I Jim McMnnus, Berkeley, Calif., defeat- ; ed Ian Crookenden, New Zealand, 8-6, B-A. ! 6-3. Lew Gerrard, New Zealand, defeated I Daniel Contet, France, 6-4, A-I, 6-0. i Fred Slalle, Australia, defeated John i Newcombe, Australia, 8-6, 7-5, 6-3. Jaldlp Mukerlea. India, defeated Roger I Taylor, Britain, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3, 34, 6-4. Bob Hewitt, Australia, defeated Glor- • dano Majoll, Italy, 6-0, 6-2, 6-0. BOLTON NAMES CAGE COACH MCCOMB Miss. (AP) - j Bill Morris, McCornb high basketball coach has resigned to accept a head cage coach slot at Bolton High School at Alexandria, La. Morris has been at McComb high for eight years. He led the 1961-62 Tigers to the first overall state championship ever won by a Big Eight team after it had won the AA-A championship. A. K. Carpenter, Canadn, dntcatcd Georae Bluelt. Britain, 6-2, 6-4, 6-2. i Nlcolo Koloperopoulos. Greece, defeat- ', ed Frank Froehllng, Coral Gables, Flo.. 13-11, 3-4, 4-2, 0-6, 4-4. Martin Mulligan, Australia, defeated Wllhelm Struck, Germany, 8-6. 6-4, 4 7. ! Nicola Pletranqell, llaly, defeated BUI Bowrey, Australia, 6-3, 44, « 7, 7-5. Mike Sona^ter, Britain, dclcolcd Rclno Nvyssonen, Finland, 6-4. 6-4. 6-4. S. P. Mlsro, India, defeated Mike Nce- ly, Atlanta, 6-2, 6-4, 6-4. Mike Franks, Los Anqeles, delnated Edward Newman, San Anlonlo. Tex , o fi, 4-1, 34, 6-4, 6-4. Manuel Sontano, poln, defrnted Prem- III Loll, India, 4-2, 24, 6-3, 7-5. Rafaal Osuna, Mexico, defeated Larry Naglcr, North Hollywood, Calif., 6-4, 6-4, Cliff Orysdale, South Africa, defeated Cliff Buchholz, t. Louis, 6-2, 6-4, 36. 24, 6-4. Ken Fletcher, Australia, defeated Jlrl Javorsky, Czechoslovakia, 7-5, 6-2, 6-4. Bill Bond, San Olego, Calil., defeated Roqer Dlxon, Britain, 6-4, 6-4, 57, 4-2. Wllhelm Bunaert, Germany, defeated Roger Moore, South Africa 8-6, 7-5, 14, 3-4, 6-2. Jose Arllla, Spain, defeated Roger Werksman, Los Angeles, Calif., 34, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4. BPAA Mode Target Of Trust Suit NEW YORK r API-The antitrust division of the Department of Justice filed a civil antitrust suit in U.S. District Court today againsl Ihe Bowling Proprietors Association of America, Inc. The association, which has a membership of fi,l50 commercial bowling establishments | throughout thn country, was accused of violating the Sherman Antitrust Act. The government charged that i the conspiracy "has consisted i of a continuing agreement, un| derslanding and concert of ac| tion among the defendant and coconspirators ot induce, persuade and coerce bowlers to eliminate or stibutantialjy restrict their league bowling in non-BPAA commercial bowling establishments." er, came as a surprise. He said he would return, not sell, all the contracts he holds on fighters. One is Fullmer's brother, Don, who Jensnn said could win the middleweight championship. Jenson said his departure from the boxing world would settle any questions of conflict of interest arising from his role as commissioner in helping the county get a new $17 million dollar sports arena and civic auditorium. Cassius Claims i i He'll Come Home \ \ CAIRO iAPi -- Heavyweight champion Ois.v'u; C.';\\ said Monday he is Ihinc; hum; 1 Tuesday. "I had to cancel my vi,;ii to i Saudi Arabia because 1 have lo j attend a meeting of the Black Muslims at home June 2<i," he said in a telephone conversation. , V--.AV, ".MIKE" RICKETTS Mike's Alignment AND Brake Service 1203 3rd St. HE 9-3225 Havana's La Cabana Prison on charges of conspiring against the regime. The Rev. Germinal Rivas, of the anti-Communist Christian movement, also said he was informed Gavilan is in prison. State Doe Ban Clears Hurdle BATON ROUGE (AP) - A house committee okayed a Senato-passed bill today which would provide a two-year closed season on doe deer effective when the bill becomes law. The House game, fish and oysters committee acted at the request of Rep. Benny Christian of Richland Parish. Co-sponsors are Sen. J. C. Gilbert of Sicily Island and Rep. Lantz Womack, Franklin Parish. Fireball Roberts To Have Surgery CHARLOTTE, N.C. (API Stock car driver Glenn i Fireball) Roberts ot Day tuna Beach, Fla., was lo undergo surgery today for severe burns he received in Ihe world 600- race May 24. City, Tex., hometown of her mother. Her father is from Springfield. 111. Stephens Is 7-6 Winner In Babe Ruth Stephens had to go nine innings to nip Gulf Oxygen 7-6 in a Babe Ruth Major league game Monday night. Willis Malone and Steve Griffin hurled four-hit ball for Sephens while Vincent LeJeune and Mike Terry pitched three-hit ball in a losing effort. Cagle nipped PPG 8-6 in the same league. Tony N i e 1 slammed a triple to aid the Cagle cause. George Trahan hit a double for PPG. BABE RUTH , . Ccqlg 301 030 1—8 « 2 PPG 3020100—6 6 1 Mike Kohler. Craig Oullbeau (3), Ken LeBleu (14) and Mike McDonald, S!an Baldwin. Johnny Jewell, (I), Eddie Goadman (I) and Bert David. W—Gullbeou. L—Goodman. Gulf Oxygen SOO 010 000—6 4 3 Stephens 000001101-7 3 i Vincent LeJeune Mike Terry (9), and James Nape; St«v« Griffin, Willis Malone (3) and Ronnie Knowles W—Malon«- U—LeJ«unt. Bonner Miller Loses in Meet CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) i — The four favorites in the Southern Girls tennis tournament posted convincing first-! round triumphs Monday. Patsy Rippy of Shawnee. f Okla., top seed in the 18-under I division, defeated Bonner Miller i of Jennings, La., 6-0, 6-1. Becky Vest of Jackson, Miss., favored to win the 16 singles bracket, disposed of Sara Hume of Nashville 6-0, 6-0. : SINGLES Girls 18 First Round Becky Vest, Jackson, Miss, defeated i Frances Knoll, Moryvllle, Tenn , 6-1, 6-0. i Second Round Palsy Rtppy. Shawnee, Okla.. donated Bonner Miller, Jennings, Lo.. 6-0 6-1. Ann Moore. New Orleans, detected Cor- : ollne Brown, Belton. S.C., 6-1, 6-2. Girts 14 Second Round Vest deleoted Sara Home, Nashville, 6-0, 6-0. Moors won by default over Peggy j Douglas, Chattanooga. Ginger Pfcitfer, Springfield, Ohio, defeated Miller, 6-0. 6-1. Kay Walls. New Orleans, defeated Pat Garcia, Knoxvllle, 6-2, 6-0. MENS Preliminary Round Steve Faulk, New Orleans, defeated Thomas Bauer, Scituote, Mass., 1-6, 6-1, 6-1. Richard Carter, Baton Rou(ie, deleoted Ron Sloan. Ontario, Calif., o-I. 63. Phil Adams, New Orleans, won by de- tault over Bill McRae, Tullahoma. Tenn Bobby Ecuver, New Orleans, defeated Merna Cornelius, Ormond Beach, Flo. 6-1, 6-6. JUNIOR First Round Adams defeated David Bryan, Chatto- noooo, 63, 75. Creer Cummings. Nashville, defeated Woody Faulk, New Orleans. 6-2, 6-3. Second Round Upton Giles, ill, Covlngton. La., defeated Perry Reynolds, Annistan A!a , 62. 4-6. 6-0. i Ectiyer defeated Tom Beoedut, Aranta. | 6~4. 6-3. ; Bays Ik First Round Forrest Simmons. Loo^ouf Mountain, av tealed Bab Fcldman, Solon Rouaf, 5? Gordon Traylor, Shrevpport, Lo , defeated Robert Howard. Knoxvilie. 6 I. »•!. Second Round j Howard Shcorn. 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