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Dockmen Pepsi; Post 179 Takes Win The Lake Charles Stevedores moved a step closer to a play- nh h,,h , night, but they had to put down a seventh-inning threat by Pepsi Cola before copping a close are now 7-2, while Pepsi is 6-4. inon Lanier's Best defensive play of t h e • Dwayne Istre walked to open n«i • t Q ' "'Shi was a fine running catch .the big third for Jennings. Don District Seven I by Wayne Savoy in the fifth: Miller singled Islre to second 55 Cle .T! 1 , ur ? day ! 0 l 1 , ?. line . c 'rjve to jrighl-center I and both runners advanced as -si 179 had a close victory also, taking a 4-2 decision before a game bunch of Donaldson players at Sulphur. Jennings used four unearned runs to down the Mels, 6-3, in a non-league tilt, while West Lake defeated Oakdale, 6-4. ce IL. L. — i — ««»..» *LIII*IV,IO CMJ v CUILCU a?> off the bat of Carl Shetler. i a pickoff attempt went wild Ken Post 179 got a pair of tallies |Gallager was safe on an error in the bottom of the fourth as i to load the bases and when Mil• Smgletary walked, Darrcll ton Simar hit a grounder Istre •i walked and Richard jarred Wayne Stephens loose _..._ struck out. The runners i from the ball at the plate for advanced on a passed ball and I Jennings' first run Robert Babineaux was intentionally walked to load the bases. Terry Saucier hit a sacrifice fly to score Singletary and the relay was over-thrown, allowing The Stevedores got a run in j Ardoin to score also, the first as Wayne Savoy bcatj Donaldson came right back out. an infield nil, stole second and scored after David Spell walked and Delman McN abb lined a single between short and third. McNabb started off a two-run outburst in the fourth when he singled to left. On a hit and run play, Greg Dupin doubled to right-center field and McNabb raced all the way home. Ken Bouillon beat out an infield hit with Dupin going to third. Dupin raced home when Ken Stutes let a ball shoot past him in a failed strike. Tom Olney set Pepsi down on just one hit for five innings .. .... .... th chased across an unearned till- but three errors in a row b the Stevedores in the six and tied the score in the top of the fifth. After Steve Noblitt reached first on a walk, Jep Blake was safe on an error. Bill Thomason beat out a bunt down the third base line, and Noblitt raced all the way from second to barely beat the throw at the plate. Gerald Spell then grounded out and Thomason high, another run wild pitch scored £,» uuiiv4v,u uui. aiiu a MOIImSOIl was caught in a rundown, but j wmlc Saucier managed to score before Thomason was put out. Post 179 pushed across two runs in the sixth as Dore opened the frame with a single. Babineaux was safe at first on an error and after Terry Saucier forced Dore at third on a fielder's choice, Mike Mclvin drove in Babineaux with a clean sin David Simar then h i t a grounder and the throw to the plate was scoring. A _ ._.. _ _ Landry and the 'bases were clean with three runs already scored. David Simar got on first, on an error and Wayne Milner i walked. Another wild p i t c h i sent the two runners advancing and when Stephens tried to catch Simar at third, he threw wild into left field. Simar scored easily but Milner was caught trying to score from third. West Lake is now 4-7 in district play, dropped to 2-8. „.. HIIUV . L ..•wv^ iti. i i tl juMuiucauA W1LI1 d LHJall Till™ ly. Adam Ortego and Davidjgle. Charles Boudreau lifted a Irosclair, the first two Pepsi | short fly to the outfield and Sau ' • - - - ,— raced home with the fourth rors. Charles Wimberly hit a run of the game for Post 179. Donaldson 000 OJO 0—2 4 1 Sulphur Post 179 000 202 x—i 1 1 Steve- Noblllt, Ron Roy (5) and Jim Barton; Bobby Barnes and Richard Dore. Mels 001 101 0—3 i 4 Jennings 004 002 x—« 3 2 Sam Ivey, Mike Duhon (6) ond Wayne Stephens, Ed Mix (4); Don Miller and Dwayne Istre. Stevedores 100 300 0— 3 6 4 Pepsi Cola 000001 1—2 I 1 Tom Olney, John Fryar (6) ond Leonard Arsement; Perky Little and Kenneth Stutes. FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1964, Loke Charles American Press City Golf Tourney Resumes Saturday The grueling, three - round courses. They'll play the same showdown for the 19(54 Lake schedule as the championship Charles oily goll championship, group -- 18 holes Saturday, 18 gets underway at (he Country next Saturday at Sulphur and (.liib Saturday with defending (he final 18 Julv 25 at Kayouche champion Tommy Klkins the Coulee m :'" '"I: 1 ' 1 '"- . . , . in addition to the city chanv 1 he Ib-man 1-hampion.s h i p |,j,mship and (he three flight flight, eight golfers each from • e Kayouche C o u 1 p e. Sulphur's Herman Frnsch course and the Country Club, is due to lee off beginning at 12:28. Preceding the area's golfing elite off the lee will he winners in first, second and third flight play from each of the t h r e e trophies, the golfers are competing for the team crown, won last year by the Country Chib. The top four scores among championship flight golfers count toward the club title. Klkins' scoring will not count in lhe learn scoring, however, lie missed the qualifying round Little League Has More High Scoring The hitlers continued I h e i r i lusty slamming in Little League : play Thursday nigh!. : Mid City Minor play found the Colts edging the Indians,, . j 13-12; and the Kagles clipping It' 1 ' for Hie Colls. | the Hornets, 11-9. Gordon Heres- t'ord hit a grand slam homer The Pelicans romped over the [.ions, 20-7, in Mid-City Senior, while tlu: Colts defeated the Owls. !H, in Mid City Major. Byron dibbs hurled a four-hit- Ookdalc West Lake 100 310 0—4 7 t ' 10S 000 x—« {, 4 chopper to second and when Ray Cole let the ball get through, Ortego raced home with Pepsi's TOMMY ELKINS Defending Ciiy Champion . Barnes struck out 13 for the winners, as Sulphur ran its record to 8-1 for the year. Donald- first run- i son is now 2-7. Pepsi threatened in the sev- j The Kiles used a big five-run enth, but could not muster a third inning for their triumph base hit. Coco Rossitto a nd [David Van Winkle singled in one Richard Cooley drew walks, but | run and Tom Fletcher drove Perky Little struck out. A pass; across three big tallies with -i ball sent Rossitto to third and j bases loaded double to spark the Leonard Arsement threw wild j West Lake six-nit attack to third, allowing Rossitto to < Jennings got only one hit in score Carl Shetler struck out the third but scored four runs and Jesse Parr was hit by a '" Tony Lema Claims British Open Title j for the Colts, while Joel Costello hit a three-run blast for I the Eagles. ! South.sidc National a c I i o n i found the Braves clobbering the Pirates, 24-li and the Nationals edged Hie Bankers, 9-8, in Southside Major. Another Souths i d o contest found the Indians scalping the White Sox, 13-!), in the American. ; Greg Foreman slammed two homers, the last a grand slam, to win the game for the Nationals. Joey Dim had three hits and Keith Reed had a homer lor the Bankers. Flic Clippers sailed over the Nationals. H-3, with Ken Thibo- dcaux and J. H. LaFleur getting Ivvo-for-tbroe for the winners. Sam's Takes LCRC Romp Sam's bombed the Lett Overs, .">2-:'i, in the Women's Hecrenlion softball league bore Thursday night. Sam's look lhe lead in the first by batting around the line ii|) twice and scoring 14 runs on seven hits and eight errors. After the first inning the game was due to the death of his father but tournament officials approved a berth in the championship field. Elkins won last year's meet with a 22(5 score, with Vohn Myers of Kayouche in the r u n- nerup spot at 227. So far this year, though, Myers has a l">r> total, well behind the leaders. Top man in the qualifying was Sam Hall, of LCCC. "who fired a 71 and a blistering 68 for a 139 total. Ranked behind Hall as the top threats to Elkins are Frank Foote, of Kayouche, who shot 149 in his early rounds and Ray Todd of the Country Club with ISO. Hubert Landrum of Frnsch and Jack Worley of LCCC each had 152. Here are the pairings a n d starting limes for Saturday's round: City Golf Pairings (Flrtl Round) 12:04—Jim Lusby, Koyouchr IIB.1), Prln Gibson, Frosche 1185). r R. Com hre|l, Country Club (177). Chnriri Kennedy, Knyour.he (171) 13:12—Joel Trnhan, Kayouchc (IM) dy Lyons Jr.. f-'rmcfi (I'OI Mariko, Country Club (t(,5>; Kounti-r, Frrni.h (IV)) l?:30~-Fr«t Wile ox. Kayouche FrnnK DiGrorae, Frnv.li Jack Cairo, Country Club Rod- Hi If Pot Callauqher, (1581. <IM): (1'OK (ISM, Country f t u b Nicklaus WJLS nine strokes be. . ----- -. bind, after a 7(> and a 71 This was (he first major golf Wednesday and Thursday—days National Clipper!, Bind' ...v. t.,,, u , JUl ;,i. uluu mm- runs ^- ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) .before Monday, and Lema had to down the Mots. The Mets ; —Champagne Tony Lema beat j never played 'in Britain before end''thp"VhrT I ,f & Thn U ^v U ^ '" h ? d K tak D.n ™ 1 "° lead on a sil> ! v- f, great cl ! alle "8 e from Jack This was (he first major golf Wednesday and Thursday-days m ~ n end the threat. The Stevedores ! gle by Bill Bourgeoi.se and Ver-1 Nicklaus and won the British title for Lema, who won 11.^ when the winds were so stroh,'! n k - Opcn Golf ChamPionshjp with ajU.S. tournaments last month |l hey almost .blew the players' 5 -""- NORTHSIOE MAJOR Jlfj (I 635 »- Iwm Prune rind Mike Anmid, k 71 I is'r'and U) uiut J. B. IciFlnir 1 VV -Winter',. (| |oi » In other action the All Stars Biii,mi forfeited to the Heavily Spots. Pairings Set For Slow Pitch Meet Three games will get the Dis-) game set for 7 p.m. Sunday. Irict Slow Pitch tournament un-1 „,, ,. L . , . ", down. The winds started again Fri- near-record total of 279 Friday!with a putter borrowed from as the two Americans tore the!Arnold Palmer. Lema used the ,,, hallowed St. Andrews Old) borrowed putter hero, and also day but soon heyV in <1i,> C °T UrSG aparL ihad Palmei " s «W taddy. own A bS s n Ln , Lema, refusing to crack as, Lema was the llth American;Cr I w-,s Sl-1 ocrfoct 3 Nicklaus had the greatest day to win the British Open, dating ! n"we Uher P 8 in St. Andrews history, respond- back to Jock Hutchinson in 1921.' " i ed with a four-under-par 68 and ! a 70 on the final pressure- I packed day. gave the others were Walter Sarazon, Denny j That gave I)e Vicen/o I bird 'place. Bernard Hunt of Eng- week of August. action. Playing at 6:15 p.m. Friday at High School Park will be the Quality Fencers and University Texaco. The Boulevard Blazers and lhe Poppers will tangle at 7:30 and the All Stars will play DeRiddcr at 9 to round out Friday play. -r, ,„. ... o i i ^ am H ous t on captured a pair i The Clippers will meet Gav e nf c| 1P ,.jfr loum,,- at 9 a.m. to begin Saturday Snh . e " ff L f ague s 8 amcs m play. The winner of the Fenc- ; llle Dixi( r and Pellcan B °.vs' Di- cr-texaco game will play Fisk vislon Thurs da.v night, at 10:30 at High School Park Sam Houston blanked Iowa I . - • • « ^» un%.v4U) *-»^***HJ£)CllICllI\l 1 lrt|J state meet at Rayne the first I S i5°S - ma / g )5 ° V ?, r the 24 -year-jwho won in mi ™« "62. ,«,„„!, ,,r *..„..„, y " rst ;old_0hio Golden Boy. i Palmer did not enter this Sam Houston Boys Sweep Two Contests he Nicklaus fired a course re-: year. Nicklaus has never cord-equaling 66 in the morning i this title, the only big one round and a 68 in the afternoon, ; has missed. for 284. Never before had St. ; Champagne Tony, alter rounds ,''" Aclnrews been treated to such' of 71! and 68, .sl.iri.ed the final '"dignities. : day at 141, thrt-n under par and Neither Lema nor Nicklaus i two strokes ahead of Harry had ever seen the St. Andrews Weelmari, long-bitting Englisli- . ! course, the birthplace of golf man. and Sams will meet the win ner of the Bla/er-P o p p e r contest at 12 noon. Top games of the tournament will be the 1:30 p.m. contest Sunday when the finals of the winners 1 bracket will be unreeled and the championship 4-0, in Pelican play, while the Dixie boys' team from G i 11 i s was bombing Iowa, 19-0. Mike Skiles hit his fourth homer a three-run homer in the fourth to spark the Pelican victory while pitcher Clark White was striking out 13. The homer was Skiles fourth in four games, each on a 3-2 count. Bufane, Burney's Win in Slow Pitch , N.Y.; Doug Sanders of Ojai, Calif., and Phil Rodgers of La Jolla, Calif., made the midway cutoff. Sanders, who said he bad driven the ball as well as he had in life, finally got his putter going and had a (if! on the linal round for 2!Ki, 14 strokes behind Lema. Rodgers, who lost this title in a playoff to New Zealand left- hander Hob Charles last year, finished 7-1-71 lor 2'JB and Ford, Inrmer PGA and Masters winner, had '/IJ-72 iur 2!)!l. 'Ill' till'' was worth l.fiOO P'i:iiKis. oi' $l.2,i;i. to Lema, ;uid pr.jljabiy lUO limes thai much in li'ingc. benefits. SOUTHSIDE MAJOR DM) HI? -8 HI 4 0(11 01S--9 V J Stanley Hotlpaulr, Tommy Knl'intr-n (31, Phillip Onklcy (6) and Randy Jay, Rr-ugir? Knowiei and Brud Vincent. l.~- Oakley. HR-Uimkws: Keilh Keeil, 4lli, noil" on Nationals: Greg Foreman jth, none on, 6lh, 3 on. SOUTHSIDE NATIONAL Pilules 000501-1 7 'I Brciucs OH/ ,|lx-'J4 6 2 Ooiy Allen, Jint Lonttlier U), Robert Fore:,1 (4), Boh Slratlon (S) oncl Aluin Newman; Ralph Rorncio ond Glenn Gules. L-AI|en. SOUTHSIDE AMERICAN white Sox inn i'fl>~ s 'i i Indians /OO 42> —U 10 1 Dale Drllloln, Rondy Sell (1) u n d Ricky Milliard; Randy Bryant, Randy Kloor {?), Monnlt? Bablni^njx (S) Hit.ky W—Bryant. L— Urillaln. MID-CITY MAJOR Owli no Yl~f> J 1 Colls MO TI <> I I Kennelh Lanlliriop, Tommy I'riolu I J) and tommy I'fiola, Keitli Zmiliowi'i (0, [iyfon (jil)h', afid Mil, he! Mallt-l I Lanlliiiop. MID-CITY MINOR Indians 'Il'lt'in—Yl II I Jlnlt , fijQ UOS-1 I \l 1 Mark Abraham and Gas Gaviot, Jim Lohdri rind Jay Huist. MR--Colts: Gordon Bcre r >lord, l*it, j on. f-ai|(r-s 04(101 0-14 I' 7 Unmet!, 0V 0 0 'I I '. Hill Abrrnnlhy nnrl Kert r/i/i}lory, l^on rlrl fA'>lam i,n, t : nrl I owe/ (-*) "IK! i' hai tr-s Julin-.on I • f/.rinmnn MM- ! : a((|cs .)u.-l Cc.l. !,i id '/ ',n '•"'"I (U)D4 S1--3? TI 5 I ''It Over-, o 03 01-- 3 5 19 Nolo Mrnufsnid, Genfvlcvi; Franklin ; (4), and Mnrtinrct Foreman; Mildred 1 l omoliell, Gus^le Ooucct (4| and Nell I Mly. VJ Uroimard. L.—Cumnbel). CliomplonililB Fllqlil 12:78—Gilbert Derouen, Kavouche (l'.Ai: Troy Anderson, Frown (IVJI, Andy McElvcen, Counlry Cluh (15S). Vohn Myers. Knyourhc. (IW| 12.36—-CetlrIc Gregory, Frasch (IW); Pay nines. Country C\ub (1531 J.-K k Clark, Kayouche (1541; C r o I rj Burns, French (1551 17 44-C. W. Woodard, Kayom.hf (IV.H: John Minion, Frnvh (1S3*' f.'ny Todd, Country Cluh (1501. .1 a i k Worley, Country Club (151) )7:53--Frank Foole. Knyouclw (149). Hu- { her! Landrurn, Frasi.h (15}|. Sam Hull, Counlry Cluh (139), Tommy Klklnv Ussery Boots Five Winners I NEW YORK (AIM Bobby Ussery rode five winners at Aqueduct race truck Thursday, the first time a jockey has ridden I five winners in one day at. 'a New York track since .Johnney Sellers did it at the Big A i on Aug. 2'J, 1952. r- (!{!<•, MID CIIY SENIOR ers and a loss by the Fisk Premiers gave the Busters the lead in the Major Slow Pitch league here Thursday night. The Busters returned to the h e collected a home run for Bulldogs. Another Junior Church game saw the Blazers bombing the Giants, 19-5. Gale Zembower; l ion' 1 of r f I.' Bluo Moor': ( run) I Cl\. Alk-n OHJM (4) ami Gerald I -Urocld/. THI PARISH CHURCH 100 84—14 :iou * »*\^ 4~*UOI,C1O 1CIU111CU IU IJJC " "** w * *victory column with a 14-3 de-1 the victors. EARLY FINISHERS Tany Lema 7368 68 70-/77 San Leandro, Calif. Jatk Nl'.Haus It, 74-64 6S--284 ' Hnwks Columbus, Ohio | Hornets »r.j „, - „ , -, Robi-'rto De ViceniO ......76-72-70-67—285 Junr'S Pollto, David Boudn-uux (',) uml Argentina (Bill/ Myers, Cr:or(|,.' MrFulter I'.l; Hut. Bernard Hunt 73-74-70-70—287 • *>u Sanders, Bill Drum (5), ond Miko ..-. ; England ! Oreenlee. hit an over-the-fence blast for Chr ',l t .y,..'.' ) 5 onnor 71-737473-291! v/-p 0 nto. CHEVROLET 6 liM'.'-lill A> LOW At (vlimlt ' r I'.lork A> LO 1 11 I B -^- •*• l'«r Month \(» M()Ni:V DOWN n '.can Eu'.y Haymenl Plan Installation Kxtra SEARS 330 DIVISION ST. 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John -•— ~~...~wi.j tunv.u.<;u uj un: i Jaynes collected two home runs Skippers in the Junior Church Bob Maplewood stopped DeQuincy, i and a double for the Busters ' league. 12-9 in a Dixie game; while while Sonny Watkins hit a horn- B id JR ' DeQuincy captured a 5-2 tri-' er for the All Stars umph .n Pelican action. Fisk ^^^ a 17 . 10 m ((J DIXIE BOYS Burney's Grocery and also fell sam" Hou'sion""::::::::'^,?)" ti» ? I from a tie for first P lac e to a R » Ta.."^^ c ss?vs« : second p lace Vance Droddy collected two i homers for the Grocers w h i 1 e J Grocer hurler Omar Hammond ii | had one. Carl Dore and Jack ' ' Melton hit homers for the Premiers. The Fencers hit the Falcons, Ireland Gary Piaver 1 Sanders Oiui, Cuhf. 1 L- : DeQuincy a n n arlie L— Holly. HI 300 1-98 351 300 x-12 8 -, Drost (2) Ce< Lee Ber/as; Mark Ab Freddie F-entrop and Jonn D'/inui Jun Carnahan and Danny AAytr HR--Blaicri: Gale Zernho^er MAJOR SLOW PITCH Fencers 102 U02--IO I/ fair mi!, M? 001 U- i i Richard le/oyo and John VV e ; \ ,. Chu 1 k RybisKt and Anthon/ LeJur.e HR -Falcon',. Dann/ Perkins htn- , Oo-a d Broor -, .73-71-73-70-272 78 7374 68— 293 .71 776V /8-7V7 /4-79-/4 71—JV8 n-n-n n-rn . /i iij it n-'i'fi . II 74 U /6-301 . 77 766080 -31J PELICAN BOYS '°*° , 0000000—0 Som Houston ..._. 001 300 x-4 Woyne Benoil; Botucs (-—Williams. HR—Sam Houiton on. 10-5, in another Major league Allen Williams, Gary HillBurn (41 r:n,i t • , '" '*" ---b"*- '"""• "--• Clark 'while and 'oa?y game which saw Danny Perkins DeOumty Maplewood Jonnn\ 00V 600 i~i 100 001 0-2 'on. Sob KrulF (6). bit a round-trip blast for the sk,ir, 5 . 4tn. -i Falcons and Gerald Brooks collected a homer for the Fencers. ' I In the Junior Slow p j t c h «*, League the Crusaders edged (he Bulldogs. 6-5. Jim Harrington McF Hr! Hh Horn Dor.. ond BLK OK; 000 I ii4 m I 'J.Ti,- TlO'J/ I- 14 Hun/ing Season Framework On Game Bird Is Announced WASHINGTON <AP are the framework dates and bag limits announced by the C. S. Fish and Wildlife Service fur doves, band-tailed pigeons, rails and gallinules, wookeock atd Wilson's snipe: - Here totaling not inure than 70 hall 1 day>-. Baud Tailed Pigeons, In all states, daily hag and pusseiMon limit is 8, wiih"da;h .shi>j!;i!g hour.5 from one-half hour before sunrise until sun.-,et. Kails and Gallimiles Within the- outside dates of Sept. ] through Jan. 15. each itate in the Atlantic Fiyway mav .-elect a season of 70 f.-onsecj'i'.!• ti -latcs t-dM iA the .Mi.-,-:is.-.;ppi dav - in Mi.-<i.sjippi and Central <•• li:vt-r ana bju!.--,ana i Dailv flvvvavs. ot) con.secijhVf ''lav s In >.: -noutmg hours iron; !U noon un- ail three i'lvwav:- dailv i/ag and h, til aunset i standard time', daih possess ion limits 15 and :iu."dailv o: ,'jag limit oi 12. {jo.-.ses»iun limit j hooting hours from sunn-.e un- •-' '-•I 24, open reason ti 70 congee- til sunset u •uUve half days or spin se'aaoni, Woodcock ti uf not more than three periods . Withm out.side dates ui .Sept. 1 <* Mourning Doves Outside dates oi Sept. through Jan 15 Eastern rnana-'virii a;,J po- !U I;a: i Mi.'in.v.- States f>.i:ept New York. >> Snipe (Ja'i.-S i.,f Cagle Wins On Safety By diamond ^' d v/niMir, BJ.' Mike Diamond drilled a sin- Kl " <'-"'"••'••• ' gl,-- v,n!i ibe bases loaded to drive in lhe winning run in the UMi inning Tliur.sday right at lluber Park a^ Cagle n i p p e d ,'-;'"!>!-'.-i!.- ;n the Babe Kulh Ma- Kxira innings games have been nmncrou* this year in liabe liuth play and this one was a thriller. Stephens took a '.'A lead on the bitting of Bob Uov.iis, but Mike McDonald and Mike Chapman sparked Cagle in tying the score in t h e iouriii. '!"!;•• fv.o levins then bat'led for • .•>: •' ' rd'-.ss inning , fj-.-l-in- I>:,i!:".'':'j caine till'OUgil Aitii his (!.i''-il !i.! /'.•p;»:-rj i.'ny Police. 0--x beinnd ti.f [jHcrung of John Je'.vell and li.i; hitting of K'jnnie O'Brien. 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