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I-RIDAY, JULY 17, 1964, Lake Chorles Amerieon Press Barber Pitches Orioles Back Into AL Lead With 6-1 Victory SAFE BY A FINGER—Jo« Amal- fiiano, Chicago Cubs Infielder, barely gets his hand back on second base in lime to thwart a plckoff attempt by New York Meta pitcher Tracy Stallard as shortstop Roy McMillan leaps up for ihe throw in the fifth Inning of Thursday's game in Chicago, The Cubs won 11-1. (AP Wlrephoio). Dodgers Find Batting Eye, Gain on Lead ers By The Associated Press To Hank Bauer, he might be 1 "the disappointment," but to the New York Yankees he's the nemesis. He—Steve Barber — pitched and batted Baltimore back into first place in the American league Thursday night, leading the Orioles to a 6-1 triumph over the New York Yankees. The victory pushed the Orioles one-half game and two percentage points ahead of the Yankees and further tightened the AL pennant race. Chicago, a 9-3 winner over Boston, stands in third place, only llz games from first. Manager Bauer, recently discussing his Orioles, labeled Barber the disappointment of the team this season. After all, he was 12-7 with a 2.78 earned run average at this time last year whereas he's 5-7 with a 3.95 ERA now. That, however, is not the Barber the Yankees have seen this season. The 25-year-old left hander has won only two games in seven starts the past month, hut both have been against New York. He has allowed just one run in each contest. AMERICAN BOXES His victory Thursday niglil came on a four-hitter and snapped the Yankees' six-game vinning streak and the Orioles' our-game losing streak. Even more bitter for New York, •hough, was Barber's two-run homer in the fifth inning. The hit wiped out a 1-0 Yankee lead and put Baltimore in ront to stay. In other AL games, Washington knocked off Minnesota 7-2 and Cleveland outslugged Kansas City 12-9 in 10 innings. By The Associated Press The Los Angeles Dodgers aren't staging any music appreciation nights for Manager Walt Alston, but. he has to be enjoying that steady hum of hits. The defending world champions, closing the gap on the National League leaders since the All-Star Game, continued their heavy hitting at St. Louis Thursday night fiy walloping the Cardinals 10-2 behind a 13-hit attack. Hon fairly again was the key to the attack, collecting his third homer in two nights plus a pair of singles and driving in four runs while the Dodgers finished the three-game set against the Cardinals with 30 runs and 39 hits. Since the All-Star break, a period of nine games, the Dodgers have hit at an amazing .303 clip with Fairly showing the way at .412. More important, however, lias been the awakening of defending batting champion Tommy Davis, finally starting to hit with regularity. Davis, who hit .326 last season while winning the batting tide for the second straight year, has hammered away at .342 since (he All-Star Game and lifted his average to a modest, but respectable .268. The over-all hitting surge has carried the Dodgers to the .500 level for only the third time this season, cut. three games off their deficit and pulled them to within eight games of first place the closest they've been to the top since June 22. Meanwhile, Philadelphia and San Francisco again exchanged places in the battle for first place. The Phillies rode three hits by rally - starling Cookie Fojas to a 7-5 victory over Pittsburgh and a lead at four percentage over the Ginnts. Milwaukee's Hank Fischer stopped San Francisco on four hits, li-0. Third - place Cincinnati also closed the gap in the tightening race, moving to within 3 1-3 game of the lead by downing Houston 3-2 and the Chicago Cubs crushed the New York Mets 11-1. Fairly, who has hit only six homers all season, provided the Dodgers with the only runs they needed by slamming a three- run homer in a four-run first inning uprising. He wound up the St. Louis series with six hits and 10 runs batted in. The victim of the Dodgers first inning surge was Ray Sadecki, the Cardinals' big winner who now is 10-7. Joe Moeller won it with Bob Miller's relief help. The Phillies, winning only their second game in the last eight, scored two runs in the third inning after Rojas started things with a single and came back with three more in the fifth after Hojus smacked a col- leadoff double. Rojas also lected another single. The Phillies went against the book in the eighth when Jack Baidschun, working in relief of Art Mahaffey, walked Jerry Lynch intentionally, filling the bases and putting the potential winning run on with two out. Baidschun got. out of the jam by striking out Donn Clendenon. The Braves handed the Giants their third straight setback and added to their own streak by posting their eighth victory in the last 10 game and the 14th in 19 games. Fischer brought his record to 7-5 and contributed to his own support with a two-run double. lie didn't need it as Hank Aaron, Joe Torre and Dennis Menke homered off Gaylord Perry. The Reds scored the clincher in the third inning, breaking a 2-2 tie, and then held off the Colts behind the relief pitching of Bob Purkcy and Sam Ellis. Marty Keough scored the winning run, beating out a hit to deep short and racing home from first on Deron Johnson's two-out single. Ernie Broglio was touched for 10 hits but won his first game for the Cubs since he was acquired from St. Louis June IS. Me had heavy support with Billy Cowan supplying a two-run homer and Leu Onbriclson contributing a double, and two singles. Barber's homer was his first of the season and fourth of his career. It came on the first pitch from Jim Bouton after the Yankee starter retired two batters following Sam Bowens' lead off double. Bowens later added a pair of singles, driving in a run. The Yankees got only one hit after the fourth, Tom Tresh's second single in the sixth. They scored in the second on Elston Howard's double, an infield out and Clete Boyer's sacrifice fly. Bill Skowron, playing only his second game with Chicago, drove in three runs with a double and two singles as the White Sox unleashed a 16-hit attack against the Red Sox. Johnny Buzhardt won his third straight game from Boston. The Twins continued their home run hitting, getting one each from Tony Oliva and Bob Allison, but that's all they got. Don Lock and Don Blaslngame each batted in a pair of runs in the Senators' five-run ninth that broke a 2-2 tie. Cleveland won a wild game from Kansas City with three runs in the 10th, the winning run coming on Woodle Held's double and two more scoring on a double by Vic Davallllo. The Indians rocketed to a 7-0 lead in the first inning but eventually fell behind 9-7. They tied the game in the eighth on Joe Azcuc's homer and Dick Howser's run-scoring single. Bowling Produces Flurry of Scoring BALTIMORE NEW YORK ab r I' bl ab r h b Drandt cf 4010 Kubek 55 301 Aparlclo ss 5110 Rich'dson 2b 3 0 0 0 Powell II 3000Marls rf 4000 Clmoll rf 100 0Mantle cf 2000 Sicbern Ib 4121 Moore cf 0 0 0 0 Robin-,on 3b 2 1 I OTresh It 4020 Bowens rl-ll 4231 Howard c 3110 lau c 3 0 0 0 Perjltone Ib 4000 Adnir !h .10)2 Boyer 3b 5001 Barber p 3112 Bouton p 2000 Lopez ph 1000 Totals 33 t 10 k Totals J8 1 4 1 Baltimore 000 OJ1 010—* New York 010 000 000—1 E — Aparlclo. DP—Baltimore 3, New i York 2 LOB—Baltimore 6, New York 7. 3B — Bowens, Sicbcrn, Howard. HR— • Barber (1). S—Powell. SF— Boyer. IP H R ER BBSO Saihcr, W, i-7 ... ' 4 I 1 6 5 Boulon, L, 8 0 .... / * .1 .1 5 7 | Hamilton '1 3 :) 3 3 2 0 StaHrud 1-J 1 0 0 0 0 Rrmlf 1 0 0 0 1 1 T—2 1). A—2/.2JI. .CLEVELAND KANSAS CITY ...obrhbl ..obrhbl Hawser 55 4221 Causey is 4222 Davalillo cf A 1 2 2 Charles ib 5140 Woanrr II 511 JHorrelson Ib 5 0 0 0 Chance Ib 511 OColuvilo rf 3110 .Smith rl 5111 Aluslk It 5122 Arcue c 4231 Edwards c 2 J 1 0 Brown 2b 4330 Bryan ph-c 0000 Held 3b 4023 Sho'm'k'r 2b S 1 1 2 John p 000 OMolhews cf 5123 Slebert ph p 1 0 0 0 O'D'n'thuw p 0000 Froncona ph I C 0 0 Jimenez ph 0000 Whlllleld ph 1000 Tartabull pr 0000 McMahon p 1110 Gentile Ph 1000 ..Totals 41)2)610 Totals 3» »13 » Cleveland 700 000 OJO 3—11 Kansas City 501 001 000 0— » E—Alusik, Edwards. DP—Cleveland 2, Kansas City t. LOB—Cloveland 6, Kansas Cily 9. 28 — Davallllo 2, Colavlto, Shoemaker, Hell. HR-(Causey (5), Azcue (2). S— HONOR ROLL M«n 215 LINES: Tony LeBafo J52, J35, Ray Carlson 242-221, Gordon Farnum 223, Horoco Smith 223, Moyo Dupre 322. MO SERIES: Ray Carlson 665, Tony LeBoto (57. Women IIS LINES: Corol Romero 245-221, Belly Chapman 203-197-190-1M, Dot Ellis 201, Mildred Lyons 1«4, Gerrye Doyle 192, Mary Sebalt 192, Lucille Gorum 189-189, Totsle Mouton 189, Myrlls /Villa 186, Mildred Sloma 1B6. 500 SERIES: Carol Romero 446-522, Betty chapman 578-560, Lucille Gorum 533, Marooret Nelson 526, Myrtls MHa 524, Dot Ellis S16, Totsle Mouton 514. Only three leagues bowled Thursday night, but some highflying scores were turned in by Tony LeBalo, Ray Carlson, Carol Romero and Betty Chapman. LeBato reeled off six strikes in a row, added a spare and then came back with three John. SF—Causey. ER BBSO Norffisicfe All-Stars Are Listed The team which will oppose Mid-City in the semifinals of the area Little League tournament on July 24 has been announced by Northside Little League President Alvin Perkins, Jr. The Clippers dominated the all-star aggregation with five nelectjons, while the Optlcrats had four. Kirby Buller will manage the Northside Stars, while Joe Sci-1 mrni is the coach. Here is the roster along with the teams represented: CLIPPERS: Kenny Bellard. Mark Bertrand, Buford Brand, J. B. LaFleur, Kenneth Thibodeaux. OPTiCRATS: Wayne Fruge. Larry Wayne Perkins, David [\ncca.- Don Thilndeaux. ('UBS: Spencer Fontonot. Frank Landry. MATIONALS: Baldwin Fruge, Mike Smith, George Snead. ALTERNATES: Tommy Hoover and Gary Arnold, both of Cubs. NATIONAL BOXES HOUSTON CINCINNATI ab r h bl ab r h bl LIIIIS 2i> s n n i RO^ :ii t o i n Siionqler It 501 OKrounh rt White H J 0 I Ofnrnti i I Bond In .i I 1 II Pnbinsnn If Gnlnes it J 0 1 fl Jamison la Aspre'nle 3b 4 I ? 0 Bores 3b Kaiko ss 4020 Curdenas si Baleman c 300 0 Smith c Nottebart p 1 0 1 (1 Hu'hnli p Lorstn p ! 0 0 0 Purkey p Fox ph 100 OtColervinn ph Total* 55 2 12 1 Tolalt 3120 J n o o a 0 0 0 '121 .1100 4021 2000 1000 1000 1010 31 31 I John l'-,1 3 5 S Bell 2 1-3 433 Sleberl 2 100 Abmmthy 1 1 1 1 A/lcMahon, W, 5-2 . .1 I n 0 O'Donoghue . .... 0 344 Sanllocjo 5 532 Plisler 2 1-32 2 2 Scgul 2-3 1 0 0 Griendo, L, 0-2 ... 1 1-3 3 1 1 Wvolt 2-3 2 2 2 O Oonoahue (need 4 men In 1st. HBP-8y Santiago, Brown, By Pfistcr, Held. WP—Bell, MtMohon 2. T—3:12. A— 3,129. WASHINGTON """MINNESOTA ab r h bl ab r h bl Blas'am* !h S ) 3 JVer.solles ss 4020 Ki-nnedy 3b 5022 Rollins 3b 4000 Klnr) rf 4011 Ollva rf 3121 Mintnn If 511 OKIIIebrew If 4000 Phillips Ib 410 0 Allison Ib 4121 I oc cf 4012 Hall cf 4000 Prumlcy c .1110 Bailey c 3010 Brlnkmart ss 3 1 0 0 Klndol! pr 0000 Slenhouse p 1 1 1 0 Snyder 2b 4000 Valenllne ph 1000 Pascual p 3000 Hnnnoh D 1100 Totals 14 7 10 7 Totals « 2 7 1 Washington 001 000 DOS-7 Minnesota 010 100 006-2 E—Vorsalles. DP—Minnesota 1. LOB— W(i5hlnfilon i>, Minnesota 6. ?B—Versalloi 2, Kennedy. HR—Allison (23), Olivo (20). SB-Hlnlon, LTCK. S— Oilers Remain Undefeated In Fast Pitch Play The Oilers used (he hitting of Bob (lilmore to down the Darts, 4-0, and keep their unbeaten record intact in LCRC City Fast Pitch action Thursday night. Gilmore got a single and triple to drive in three runs as Ed Bell fired a one-hitter for the Oilers. Other fast pitch games found the Pizzas blanking the Green- ies, 7-0 and the Braves whitewashing the Technicians, 10-0. Frank Glenn hit a three-run homer for the Pizzas as A. J. LaRocca hurled two-hit ball and struck out 12. Jerry L e a z e r fired a no-hitter for the Braves. Church Slow Pitch action in the Junior Division found the Crusaders blasting the Skippers, 11-3, behind Theos Duhon's two homers; the Braves and the Blazers and the Bombers tying, 16-16 and the Bulldogs winning a forfeit from the Giant. CHURCH JUNIOR SLOW PITCH Blazers 5143030—1618 3 Bombers 3045013—1613 5 Rusty Fry ond Fred Renlrop; Ken Guidry pnd Grea Trqhan. more strikes before picking up seven pins in his last throw for a 252 game for Wescal in the Classic Doubles' League. Carlson posted a 665 series to outscore LeBato's 657 in the same league. Romero shattered the pins for 245 and 221 games and a 646 series for Queenan in the Domestic Engineers' League at Recreation. Betty Chapman had a 203 and 197 game and 578 series in the same league and 560 series in the Friendship Mixed League. Romero's 203 game was high in that circuit. Ruth Giilespie picked up the 6-7-10 conversion and Barbara Edwards made the 6-7 split in the Friendship Mixed League CLASSIC DOUBLES Men's Game: Tony LeBolo, WtJcal, J52. Men's Scries: Ray Carlson, Singleton- Carlson, 665. Team Game: Wescal Lanes, 437. Tram Series: Singleton-Carlson, 1193, FRIENDSHIP MIXED Gome: Gordon Farnum, On« John- BASEBALL STANDINQS AMERICAN UEAOOB Won Loit pet. Behind • M 33 .I" Vi 12 vr/i IS'* 20'/2 laltlmore New York 5! Chicago £1 34 .600 Minnesota 47 41 .514 Detroit . , 44 43 .504 .03 Angeles .... 43 47 .478 Boston ...42 41 ,472 Cleveland ..... 37 W .415 Kansas City .... 34 51 .312 Washington ... 35 .57 .380 THURSDAY'S CAMES Chicago ?, Boston 3 Washington J, Minnesota 2 Cleveland 12, Kansas City «, 10 Innlnss Baltimore i, New York, 1 Only games, scheduled. TODAY'S GAMES Cleveland (Ramos 4-6) at New York (Williams 1-1 or Sheldon M), night Detroit (Agulrre 3-4) at Baltimore (Roberts 6-4), night Washington (Koch 3-4) at Boston (Mon- bouquetle 4-8), night Los Angelej (Newman 7-3) at Minnesota (Stlgman 5-7) night Kansas City (Drabowsky 3-1) at Chicago (Pet»r» 10-4), night SATURDAY'S OAMBS Los Angeles at Mlnnesolo Kansai City at Chicago Detroit ot Baltimore, 1, Iwlnlght Cleveland at New York Washington ot Boston SUNDAY'S CAMES Los Angeles ot Minnesota, 2 Kansas City ot Chicago, 2 Detroit at Baltimore Cleveland at New York, 2 Washington at Boston, 2 Philadelphia San Francisco Cincinnati Pittsburgh . Milwaukee St. Loulj .... ' ej AnoelM ihlcapo Houston New York NATIONAL LEAGUE Won toil Pet. Bihlnd 34 36 39 40 42 4} 43 43 50 63 .595 .591 .552 .524 .517 .506 .500 .494 .438 .372 13"J Z6Vj Cincinnati THURSDAY'S OAMBS Chicago 11, New York 1 Milwaukee 6, San Francisco 0 Phllodilphlo 7, Pittsburgh S Los Angclei 10, St. Louis 2 Cincinnati 3. Houston 2 TODAY'S OAMES Philadelphia (Short 7-5) ot (Joy 4-6), night Houston (Bruce 9-4) at Son Francisco (Herbcl 7-4), nlpht New York (Cisco 4-11) at St. Louis (Cralq S-4), night Chicago (Buhl 11-4) at Los Angeles (Drysdale 11-8), night Pittsburgh (Blass 3-5 and Law 7-8) at Milwaukee (Bloilngame 2-1 and Spahn 6-W, 2, twl-nlght SATURDAY'S OAMBS Philadelphia ol Cincinnati Pittsburgh ot Milwaukee Chicago'ot Los Angelas Houston at San Francisco New York at St, Louis SUNDAY'S GAMES Philadelphia at Cincinnati, 2 Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, 2 Chicago ot Lot Angeles, 2 Houston ot San Francisco, 2 New York at St. Louis, 2 Hoytton on 004 ooo—] Cincinnati 021 000 OOx-1 E—Ko*ke, Smith. DP—Houjlun 1, Cincinnati 1. LOB—Houston 10, Cincinnati 8. ?B~Aspromont«. 3B—Bond. SB—Coleman. L, 38 Nolllbarl, Larsen Brown NuKhail .... . Purkey, W, 46 IP 4 , 3 , 1 , .1 1 .1 . 32-3 . 1 EHBBSO ? 3 4 0 1 1 o o i .' 4 1 0 0 0 0 'Lot Anniltl 401100004—10 St. Louis 000000110—2 f—Shannon. Javier, Brock. DP—Los Angeles 1. St. Louis 1. LOB-Los Angeles 6. St. l-ouls 7. JB-W. Davis, Oliver, Grlllllh, Javlei. itcnhousc. HR-Foirly (6). S-Moeller, , ,_ ' p H R ER BB SO IP H R ER BB SO Stenhouse ^ 52214 Moeller. W, 5-7 7 t-3 7 1 2 t 5' Honnan W, 24... 2 20012 R.Miller 12-3 1001 0 ! Pascual L, 10-7 ... 8 1 "i 8 A 3 1 5 Sadeckl, L, 107 ..22-3 7551 1 Klippsleln 1-321000 Humphreys 1-3 0 0 0 0 D Arrlgo . 1-3 0001 0 Cueilar 4 :i 1 1 1 2 HBP—By Pascual, Brlnkman. T—: Tavlor 2 34221 A—6,687. 7-2:43. A-15.7W. PHILADELPHIA PITTSBURGH obrhbl obrltbl Rojaj ct 5230 Bailey 3b 5030 311 OMota ct 1000 400 OVlrdon cl 1110 2310 Clements rf s 1 2 o 2011 Lynch If 3012 2001 Clenden'n Ib 5 0 0 0 4112 Maier'skl 2b 5 1 1 0 4 0 0 OPafjMaronl c 4 22 2 4012 Alley ss 2000 3000 Burgess ph 1000 iCalllion rt Taylor 2b Allen 3b Cater If Her'in ph-lf Amaro Ib Wi'it is Dulrymple c Maliaiicy p 1 ' Baidschun p I 0 0 0 Frccse Nolltbail toccd 1 mon In Slh WP-Noilfbait T-1 SO. A-5, SAN FRANCISCO MILWAUKEE , • ab r h bl ab r h bl | bmfl>r 11 (01 OMothcMs 3b 5010! Ma.s < I 4 0 1 0 Boiling :t> 3000 McCovey If 3000 Aaron it 4111 CepeUa In 4000 Ma>e i.f Horl OD :' 0 1 0 Torre I Holler c 400 0 Dalle/ , D'venport ss 4000Carty If Lanier 5h ? 0 0 0 Menke • Hiilcr ph 2I> 1000 Fischer Peirv P icon M. Alou pli 1 0 I n ToJoU 10 » 4 0 Jatoli . . ph 1000 Gibbon p 2000 Sic.n.'ll ph 1011 Srholleld si 0000 Total! » 7 I t Intuit M 5 11 J Philadelphia OJJ 030 000—7 Pltlsbuigh 000 J01 ZOO—5 E—Alloy. Pughoioni, Allf/» 2. DP— Philadelphia I. LOB — Philadelphia 3, ....... Plitsburgh 12. ', 1 *i Y 1 28—Dalr>mplc, Calei, Rolas 2, Paglla- J . I ronl, Lynch. HR-Poglloronl (5). S—Calll- ! son. Mola, Virdon IP BOSTON CHICAGO obrhbl sbrhbl Mantilla 2b 4000McCraw If 3112 Conlglloro If 4000 H'b'g'r ph-r» 3112 Y'trze'skl ct 4 0 0 0 Buford 2b 5130 Stuart Ib 4010 Rob'son rf-lt 5220 Thomas rt 4110 Word 3b 4111 Malione 3b 3211 Skowron tb 5133 Brcssoud (s 4010 Landls cf S 1 1 0 Nixon c 3001 Hansen »» 4022 Lamob* p 1000 Mortln c 6120 Helir.er p 101 OBurhordt p 4011 Me|las ph 101 OWels 2b 1000 41^11 Baidschun 0iboon, L, 6-3 3} t Sou FIOIICIKO Milwuuk«« E" Nonf DP '-an waukce I LOB- Son wogkee / 2B- Snider, f'Mticr Ton« (IJ). Men. COO OOa -0 ' 100 liifl 13»-6 t-'nrii lit o 1. Mil- Ffuncist.a /. MII- ERBBSO 444 0 2 :t 4 1 3 1 1 3 005 002 Mahalley Totals 33361 Tatar's 4Z.fU.7 Chicago 001 1« 010—» Boston 010 «00 100-1 E—Robinson, Ward, Landls. DP—Chicago 1. LOB—Chicago 10, Boston 5. 2B—Buford, Skowron, Thomas, Stuart. 3B-Bu!hurat. HR — McCraw (5), Mai- zone (9). SF—Nixon. Ward. IP H R ERBBSO Buihatdt W, 7-4 .. 7 S 3 1 0 8 Wlihelrrt 2 10010 Lamabo L, 7 8 .... 41-3 II <S A 0 3 Heffner 2 2-3 1 0 0 2 2 Sponiwlch 1-3333 1 0 Charton 12-300000 PB-Nlxon. T-2:46. A-J.468. Men's __ ... . .... and Horace Smith, HI-Lo'i, 223. Men's Series: Frank Caruso, nle's. 578. Women's Game: Carl Romero, Johnnie's, 203. Women's Scries: Betty Chapman, SOB's, 560. Team Game: SOB'8, 929. Team Series: One, ZiJl. DOMESTIC" LEAOUH Women's Gome: Carol Romero, Queenan, 245. Women's Series: Romero, t46. Team Game: Ouoenan, 719. Team Series: Griffith, 2021. C/'fy Police Nabs Babe Ruth Crown Tony Stephens pitched City Police to the Lake Charles Babe Ruth League championship at Huber Park Thursday night, hurling a two-hitter and" striking out eight in a 7-1 victory over Stephens. The victory was the second Loco/ Babe Ruth League All-Stars Are Announced City Police placed four players and one alternate on the all- star aggregation named to represent Lake Charles in the 1964 Babe Ruth playoffs. The 15-man outfit is currently making preparations for the Regional tournament to begin at Opelousas on July 21. The local crew will tangle with the Abbeville Nationals in their first game on the 21st. The winner of the Opelousas Fry; Bombers; HR—Blaiers: tJusty John Brouisard, Daryi Delnney. Skippers 0030000—3 (, j Crusaders 2140210—1115 1 Jim Myers and Arnle Bablneauxj Don Klein and BUI Spreaflco. HR—Cruscders; Theos Duhon (2). CITY FAST PITCH Greenles 000 000-fl 2 5 Pizzas 110023-7 7 0 filackle Stanford and Percy Cormier; A. J. LaRocca and John Vaughn. HR—Pizzas: Frank Glen. Darts 000000—0 1 0 Oilers 000103—4 6 1 Warren Istre and Ed Thompson, Ben Boss (5); Ed Be/I and Bob Gllmore. Technicians 00000—006 Braves 721 00-10 5 1 Darryl Jon«s and Ronnie Rom»roj Jerry Leaier and Bob Van Gossan. College All-Stars Report to Graham EVANSTON, 111. (AP) - The College All-Star football players, 47 strong, reported Thursday for equipment and physical examination for their Aug. 7 tangle with the champion Chi cago Bears of the National Football League at Soldier Field. Coach Otto Graham has exactly three weeks to prepare the collegians, pick of the 1963 college grid season. 1-J-.S4. A — Peny L, /4 She* Richer W, 75 .... ' HBP—By Perry Perry. Wp—Fslchr. (6). IP 7 HK—Aaron (I; tally; B, T—1:13. ER BB SO .1 2 7 .1 1 0 0 3 3 Fischer, A-12.117. Eiiot <t Bizzarre To Box Narvaez NEW YORK (AP)-A possible lightweight title shot adds incentive for Johnny Bizzarro of Erie, Pa., tonight when tie faces streaking Frankie Narvaez of| New York in a return television ; lU-rounder at Madison Square' fiftrdcn. I N'anaez, a 24-year-old Puerto I Hican native, gained a narrow, majority decision over Bizurro at the Garden six weeks ago (o stretch his unbeaten streak to 15. He has a 20-14 record and is ranked seveotb among the lightweight contenders by Ring and No. 8 by the World Boxing Association. The aggressive, little fellow is a 2-1 favorite lo repeat over the 25-year-old lUliaa-boro Penasyl- vaniaa. LOS Wills is Troct'lkl f«'iffj||\ .(1 Gi'.i'Om jj V« r.(j\ ij i T Davis l( V.ti i., ii Howoid '( Paika it Fairly Ib Rosco&rQ Tarbora c Oliver 2b Motller p R Miller p Total* ANGELES ST. LOUIS ab r h bl 3111 F'Oort <f IS 0000 Bro-k II 4 I : 0 V.::;!c !D 1110 ao\cr 3b | 5 ? .' 0 Croat ss i 3 ; j McConrr t 0 C 0 0 Jj.ici 2b 3010 Shannon il ! 0 0 1 SatirrKi p 5134 Glgliano ph 4000 Cue'lar p 0 0 0 0 James ph 4110 Skinner ph Z 0 0 0 1000 1110)37 Totals ab r h bl i 0 1 0 4170 3000 4131 4000 3 0 0 0 4011 4010 0000 1000 1000 1000 1000 34212 Sisk M.:Bean ? Gibbon tni.ej '> men to, ed J nvn In 7lh. V. P —Mal'otti-y. Gibbo 12.163. NEW YORK CHICAGO ub r h bi ob rh bl 4010 Cowan U i 2 2 J It) 4 0 0 0 A'liiiono 2b 4 2 J 1 Hunt ;b 301 0 Williams It 5 J 2 0 Allman It 4 1 2 0 Santo 3b 4221 Chr Tpher rf 4 0 2 o Banks Ib 4122 Gonder c 3010 Clemsn pr-M 1 t 1 1 Smith 3b-JS 401 1 G bi I n r-lb 4032 McMillan s: SOOoBrrtcll c 4001 Cnn I ph 3b 1000 Rodocrs is 4011 Stailard p 1 0 1 0 Brogllo P 4110 Thomos ph 1000 Cnn'sciro ph 1010 Totals M I 10 I Totals 3J1I 1611 New York .............. 000 001 000—1 Chlcoso ........ 000 125 03>— 11 E— Eil|/>l, McMillan. AmoXliono. DP— Nc.v York 1, Chicago 3. LOB — New York 10. Chiccuo 9. 2B— Hunt. Amallitano. Gabrlelson HR— Cowan (13). SB— Ama.titano. 5F— Bertell. IP H R ERBBSO 431 » 130 134 2 J 2-3 I 9 10 Stallard L, S-12 Wokellrld . Btai-narth Su<ternn<! WliW Brogllo W, 49 Schneider On Disabled List MILWAUKEE (AP) - The Milwaukee Braves placed rookie southpaw Daa Schneider on the disabled list and purchased right-hander Cecil Butler from Denver of the Pacific Coast League Thursday. The 21-year-old Scimeider, who baa'a M record, i* hospitalized with a back injury. ' PLATES FOR SALE Arrival in Gull Port — Below Mill Price 3/16 x 60 x 240 and 1 4 x 60 x 240 A -36 Sheared Edge Writ* Box No. 624 !are of American Press AHD ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE one paint for walls & woodwork! DEVOE ONE-COAT VELOUR tourney will qualify for the state meet at Opelousas the following week. Wyman Wicks of City Police and Henry LeBcrt of Stephens are serving as team coaches: Here is the squad along with the teams represented: SEVEN-UP: Sidney Jones, Fred Davidson, Stanley Levy. GULF OXYGEN: Johnny Janese, Leo Stutes, Louis Irwln. STEPHENS: Lloyd Fisher. PITTSBURGH PLATE: George Trahan, Ronnie O'Brien. CITY POLICE: Zeb Johnson, Dickie Wicks, Tony Stephens, Wayne Wicks. CAGLE: Mike Kohler, Rusty Guidroz. ALTERNATES: James Nope, Gulf Oxygen; Earl Demerit t City Police. straight for the Policemen in the best-of-three playoff for the title. City Police collected five safe- ies off Stephens hurlers Steve Griffin and Doug Taylor, pick- ng up syigle runs in each of the first two frames and chas- ng Griffin with four big tallies ,n the fourth to lock it up. Hits by Terry Ward and Ronnie Guzman started the big rally, which was materially aided by two walks and an error. Stephens scored its lone run in the fifth inning. Stephens 0000100-1 2 4 City Police 110 40) X—7 5 0 Steve Griffin, Doug, Taylor (41 nnd Ronnie Knowlej; Tony Stephens and Zeb Johnson. L—Griffin. 1. 3. Enalehorn Shines In Grand Blanc Tourney Wormuo GRAND BLANC. Mich. (AP) —Young Shirley Englehorn of Los Angeles established herself as a top contender in the f'rst annual Ladies Professional Golf Association Yankee Open at Atlas Valley Country Club Thursday by taking low pro honors in (lie pro-amateur preliminary with a one-over par 73. Favored Mickey Wright, who has won seven of 12 tournaments this year including last week's U.S.G.A. Women's Open at San Diego, Calif., played Atlas for the first time and shot 77. Charter No. 14621 Call No. 45» REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE Gulf National Bank at Lake Charles of Lake Charles In the State of Louisiana, at the close of business on June 30, 1964, published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211,, U. S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items In process of collection ...................... $ 3,980,823.53 Untied States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ............................ 7,014,795.45 Obligations of States and political subdivisions ................................. Loans and discounts (Net of any reserves) . . Fixed assets ........................ 10. Other assets TOTAL ASSESTS LIABILITIES of individuals, partnerships 168,366.72 . 7,689,231.79 397,332.59 63,803.72 $19,334,353.80 ELECT FRED C. SELBY - NO. 45 Judg*—Family Court • 51 Years of A*e t 2$ Years Experience la Law and maturity. Vote For A Mao With Experience tad Maturity! (Fred Selby Political A4.) one paint for all your rooms U VELOUR...whether you use flat, for a even wall finish, or semi-slosn, fur a scrubbable finish on woodwork. ONE-COAT VELOUR is an cdoilc^ ulkyd-base paint that dries in 4 hours, even with \vinJov,s shut, iind lets you Jive in your room the day you paint it... £oa the many beautiful ready-mixed colors, or the one coior for you Irc«j CV« WOO chpkcs in the Library e! Colors. tte ram TODAYS KRAUSE & MANACAN, INC 12. Demand deposits and corporations 13. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Deposits of United States Government Deposits of States and political subdivisions. Deposits of banks Certified and officers' checks, etc TOTAL DEPOSITS $17,947.765.33 (a) Total deraaad deposits .. 15,127,729.85 (b) Total time and savings deposits 2,320,035.48 TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Common stock—par value per share $10.00 No. shares authorized 60,000 No. shares outstanOng 60,000 Total Par Value 27. Surplus 28. Undivided profits Reserves TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS NOTE 32, Time certificates of deposit outstanding $11,632,598.87 2,647,385.48 283,3(16.41 3,150,498.56 95,050.29 138,025.72 $17,947,765.33 600,000 HO 650.000 00 106,583.47 30.000 (10 . 1,386,58847 $19,334,353 SO $792,150 00 I G. U - . Lasinian. Vice President and Cashier, of the above- named bank do r.ereby declare that this report of condition is true and eorm-t to the be.st of my knowledge and belief 0. \V. LASSMAN. 209 S. Ryan St. f HE 3-3666 U c. the uiuU-i >ui:ed iiirectur.-, aitc report, ut conditiuti and declare that n ha, I I j and lu the bc-.it uf uur knowledge and belief >e correctness oi this bri'ii examined by us is true and torre<.i. SAM H. JONES F. JAMES ROUYER HORACE R. AUSTIN Directors,

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