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TUESDAY, JUNE 23,1964 lake Charles American Press Giants, Cardinals Place Two Each on NL All-Stars LEAD BALLOTING-Wlllie Mays, left, of the San Francisco Gianis and Billy Williams of the Chicago Cubs were the leading voie-geiiers on the National All-Star team announced today. NEW YORK (AP) - Wonderful Willie Mays attracted the most votes as the San Francisco Giants and St. Louis Cardinals each placed two men on the National League All-Star team's starting line-up for the July 7 dream game with the American League at Shea Stadium in New York. Mays, the Giants' brilliant center fielder, along with third jfhf Play low Pitch Games Rallies in the Major Slow Pitch league of Lake Charles Recreation Commission Softball gave three teams victories here Monday night. Fish scored seven runs in the seventh inning to hjt the Grocers 16-6. Charles Burton hit two home runs for Fisk, while Ted Dupin and Carl Dore each had one. Omer Hammond hit the Grocers' only home run. The Busters relied on a seven- run rally in the fifth to outdistance the All Stars 11-5. Dick Little League Fans Witness Close Contests Little League teams generally played close ball games in action here Monday night. The Bankers nipped the Lakers 5-3 in a Mid-City Major league which saw Banker pitcher Wendell Stephens and Laker pitcher Dwight" Viator hurl six hit balls apiece. Donald Gates w.as 2-3 at the plate for the Bankers and John Tunnard slammed a double for the Lak- irs. In the Southside Major league Augenstein retained the lead spot in the league by taking a 3-2 squeaker from the Bankers. Ken Findley batted in the winning run. Reports of the Giants-Cubs game were incomplete. The Bears bombed the Colts, 12-6, in Mid-City Senior league game. Phil Fontenot slammed a solo homer for the Bears in the third inning. In Mid-City Minor league action the Hornets hit the Indians 14-9 and Giants edged the Tigers 12-11. The Indians lost their fii-st game of the season. St. Margaret retained iirst place in the Tri-Parish Church league by nipping Molbert's 2-1. Billie Cast-lie."hurled one-hit ball for St. Margaret. In Northside Major league action the Cubs hit the Nationals 13-11. NORTH5IDE MAJOR Cubs 1M 2-13 1 4 Notionols —nei D--M 1 I Roy Browning. Tony Vlalor (2), Spencer Fontenot (4) and Gory Arnold; Charles LaRocca, Mike Crewell (1), Ray Peloquln (2), Mike Smith (4) and Charles LoRocca. W—Viator, L—LaRocca. MID-CITY MINOR I Tigers 01091-11 8 3' Glanls 00453—12 9 Si Jeffrey Mancuso, Gary Benolt (4} ami I Bill Miller; John McDonald, David Kir- , by (3); Chris Papanla (5) and Wavne I Prarce, Comp Fuller (5). W-Papanla. L—Benolt | TRI-PARISH LEAGUf ' Molbfrt 001 000—1 1 4 Sf Margaret 000 02x—2 6 2 Richard LeBlanc and Donald Vlncenl; Billie Castllle and Skip Clements | Willett, Steve Nicholson and Ken Cormier had homers for Butane while Sonny Watkins collected a round tripper for the All Stars. The Fencers scored five runs ( in the fourth inning to defeat Midwest 12-6. Gene Hay hit a homer for the Fencers while Larry Duplechin, Chuck Rybiski, and Ron Buchly all did the same for Midwest. In Minor Slow Pitch ball the scores were closer than in the Major league. The Shelters ndged the Vets 6-5 in an eight inning affair. Ronnie Ramsey and Skip Grisby hit home runs for the Shel- lers. Charles Ritter hit a three run-homer in the fifth inning of the Engineer-Carbon game to pace the 7-5 Carbon victory. The Woodchoppers had to depend on the three-run blast by Norris Guidry in the bottom of the seventh to nip the Packers 8-7. George Lovelette also had a home run for the Choppers. LeRoy LeBlanc, Neal Fontenot and Calvin Deshotel hit homers for the Packers. In the Rookie Slow Pitch division Dr. Pepper rapped Gayle 15-9. Hubert Dominque hit a three-run homer for Gayle. In another Rookie league game the Villagers hit the Bankers 9-4. MAJOR SLOW PITCH All Stars 0110120—510 3 Busters 0102710—1113 S Burr Cart and Joe Natalie; Tony Moncuso and John Jaynes. HR—All Stars: Sonny Watklnj. Busters: Dick Wlllelt, Steve Nicholson, Ken Cormier. Flsk 231 202 7—U 19 3 Grocers 6000000—4 8 3 Charlie Meyers ond Bob France; Omer Hammond and Horace Jones. HR—Flsk: Ted Dupin, Charles Burton (2), Carl Dore. Grocers: Omer Hammond. Mdwest 100023 0—6 » 1 Fencers ..... 030 540 X—12 16 4 Ronnla Savant and Tim Hooper; Gene, Hay ond Richard leyoub. HR—Midwest: Larry Duplechin, Chuck Ryblskl. Fencers: Ron Buchly, Gens Hay. ROOKIE SLOW PITCH Bonkers 101 002 0—4 9 1 Villagers 201 221 X— 9 12 4 Artie Burnett and Joe Perello; Dobble Barras and Lynn Caruso. Or. Pepper 090 132—IS 17 4 Gayle 340101—9 9 4 Albert Cosfets and Phil LaFargue: Chuck Velasco and Calvin LeJune. HR—Gayle: Hubert Dominque. MINOR SLOW PITCH Vets 12001010-512 2 Sheller 10102011—610 1 Frankle Wotson ond Don LaBlche; E. J. Gaspard and Jimmy Balshaw. HR—She/lees: Ronnie Ramsey, Skip Grlsby. j Engineers 000 302 0—S A 4 Carbons 303 040 x—7 10 4 Fred Beard, Andy Myers (4) ond Don Coyrvllle; Ed Ward, Jock Newcomb (6) ond Ernie Granger. HR—Carbons: Charles Ritter. Engineers! Carl Prlmeoux, Fred Beard. Packers 0202300—7 8 4 Woodchoppers 001 043 x-S 7 4 Calvin Deshofels and Harold Lavergne; Norman Brlgnac, Lynn Cos (51 and Wilson Gautreaux. HR—Packers: LeRoy LeBlanc, Neal Fontenot, Calvin Deshotesls. Woodchoppers: George Lovelette, Norris Guidry. baseman Ken Boyer and short-1 League and Walt, Alston o| the stop Dick Groat, were the only repeaters from 1963 in the voting of 270 players, coaches and managers. First baseman Orlando Cepeda was the other Giant selection on this year's starting team. Commissioner Ford Frick, whose office conducted the balloting, said the complete squads, exclusive of the pitchers, will be announced nest week. The pitchers, who are selected by the All Star managers, Al Lopez of the American Los Angeles Dodgers, will be an nounced Thursday, July 2. Surprisingly, "the National League starting line-up wi 1 not contain a single member of the league-leading Phiadel- phia Phillies, who did not place a man even on the runrjer-up t. In addition to the four dliants and Cards, there were single list. representatives from the! Chi cago Cubs, Pittsburgh Milwaukee Braves and York Mefs. up included Ron Hunt of the Mets at second base, Roberto \ Clemente of the Pirates in right field, league leading hitter Billy Williams of the. Cubs in left, and the Braves' Joe Torre behind the plate. In all, little fault can be found with the starting squad. The only possible objection would be over the by-passing of Matiry Wills of the Dodgers, who leads . The NL's power packet), line , the league in stolen bases and «-J![ hose , ' 285 ballln ? avera §e New j through last Sunday is the highest among the shortstops. Wills Temple Again Will Coach US. Wom6n NASHVILLE (AP)-The U.S. Olympic Committee asked itself "why kick a winner?" Deciding it shouldn't, the committee "drafted" Ed Temple of Tennessee State to coach the U.S. women's track team in the Olympics at Tokyo in October. "I had planned to watch this one on television with my family," Temple said Monday night. "But I guess if they're satisfied with me then I'll go on and do my best." Temple coached the 1960 U.S. women's team in the Rome Olympics. One of his students, Wilma Rudolph, won three gold medals that year and threw U.S. women's track into the world spotlight. Only last week, sports writer Yosho Ono of Tokyo was here to do a feature story on Temple and some of his brightest stars —Edith McGuire, Vivian Brown and Wyomia Tyus. Temple told The Associated Press two months ago he had been approached about coaching the U.S. team again this year, but said he felt some of i the nation's other coaches should get a chance. "At first I was reluctant to accept, thinking the honor should go to somebody else," he said Monday. "But this is another great honor for me. It's alwjays a great honor to represent your country." To pick Temple agEJin, the Olympic committee had to amend a 19fiO ruling whtyh said no one could coach a team twice in succession. The Tokyo Olympics will mark the fifth time Temple has coached a U.S. women's track team in international competition. He led the 1958-59 team against the Russians ajid was coach of the 1959 team: in the Pan-American Games. Temple thinks the U.$. women will be "good" in Tokyo. "We won't have a Wilma Rudolph, but as a whole, I think- well be all right. "We'll be strong in springs, the high jump and broad jump. "We may not pick up as many gold meals, but we shcluld win more bronze and silver in more events." Bankers, SOUTHSIDE MAJOR ............... 000 PJO— ? 4 4! Auiensleln ............ 100 "il— 3 7 3! Stanley Hcffpoulr end Ro"d/ Loy; ' Steve Boudreoux and Barry Vemon. MID-CITY SENIOR MAJOR ! fears, ... ............... 801 f>?~ 1? 9 1 Colts .................... 20202—6 5 4 Charles Corbello, Tommy W\alen (41 and Bobby Morgan; Bryan Glbbs and Da/e Hakcv. W— Corbello. < HR— Bears: Phillip Fotttenot. 3rd, j None on. ; MID-CITY MINOR I Hern»»s ............... 407003—1418 0 Indians ................ 044100—9 B 3 Rondel Mclancon and Charles Johnston, Frank Murphy, Mark Abraham (i) j and Tommy Gavrel. I _ ) MID-CltY MAJOR ' Bonkerj ............... 030 003— S A J; Lnkers ................. 003 000— li 6 2 Wendell Stephens and Paul Ashwaith; : Dwirjht Vlalor and Man McF-allcr. ! Hightower And Kimball Pace Putt-Putt Play Louis Kwiball and Jamie Hightower were the leading put- UTS Monday night in Putt-Putt Church League play at (.he local Kunball posted tlw beat 36- hole score, a (to while High lower's 28 was the best for 18 holes. 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