Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 29, 1964 · Page 24
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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Wednesday, July 29, 1964
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tevedores Beat Sulphur For District 7 Crown 2-0 WED., JULY 29, 1964, Lakt Choflei American By CHARLIE MEYERS SULPHUR-The Lake Charles Stevedores were happily savoring another District 7 American Legion baseball championship lied it, with a 14-1 romp on Monday. With righthander Kyle Carlln, the winner of Saturday's game, on the mound, Sulphur was in of breaking the Lake today and mapping out. plans for Wea o reang e ae p wPPkpnd iaunl to Baton Rouee Charles tltle monopoly, but this was not to be. R weekend jaunt to Baton Rouge and the slate tournament. Lake Charles, perennial dis-j With Ihe towering Derouen trict champ, did it again here i pitching courageously out of fre- nv . -. . -t . : _1. i ,.J_f,.-.i.!u_. C"..l ftllanf t-i'rtitKln «r»tt/^ ft'ttrii* nnnt t*ir\_ Tuesday night, -defeating Sulphur Post 179 2-0 Tn the third and deciding game of their title series, a game which featured the pitching of Darrell T)c- roucn and Johnny Fryar and the hilling of Delman McNahb. quent trouble and Fryar contributing a dazzling relief stint, the Stevedores simply never let the Postmen get started. Derouen struck out nine and walked six in his 5 1-3 innings on the mound, white Fryar re- Deroiirn and Fryar combined tired four of the five men he to throw a brilliant one-hitter faced via the strokeout route at. the Sulphur nine, while McNabb scored the only two runs and got the other on an easy pop to the catcher. Terry Sau- of the game, one on a fourth-! cier's first-inning single was the inning home run. lone hit off the Docker duo. The victory was a sweet one j The Dockmen collected only for the Stevedores, who have | four safeties off Carlin and Rob- been playing catch-up to the' ert Babineaux, who also turned Post 179ers all season. Sulphur | in a fine relief stint, had beaten out the Stevedores'] Lake Charles jumped into the for the district's western divi-1 lead early, pushing across an sion title and had taken an early j unearned run in the second in- lead in the championship play- ning on only one hit. off series with a 5-3 victory Saturday night before Lake Charles McNabb started the frame with a bouncer to third which hopped off Charlie Venissat's chest for an error, promptly stole second and romped home on Ken Bouillon's single to left, McNabb, who has pounded the ball lopsided In the playoffs, hit his second home run in as many nights with one out in the fourth, a towering blast well beyond the fence in deep left center to put the Dockmen ahead 2-0. The Stevedores appeared set to further add to their lead when Bouillon was safe on an error and Olney moved him to second with a ground single to left. Carlin, visibly weakening, was replaced by Babineaux at this point. Babineaux was greeted by a looping single to center by Leonard Arsement, but center fielder Darrell Ardoin, after momentarily hobbling the ball, fired a perfect peg to nail the sliding Boullion at the plate. A walk to Tommy Silvia loaded the sacks, but Babineaux speared Derouen's liner to end the threat. Babineaux allowed only one runner to reach base thereafter, but the damage had been done. Sulphur took advantage of a touch of wildness on the part of Derouen to mount numerous threats. The 179ers left two men on in the first and got their leadoff batter to second with nobody out in the third but couldn't move him. Walks to Ken Smith and pinch hitter Bobby Barnes with one out in the fifth put Sulphur in business again. Both runners moved into scoring position as Venissat grounded out, but Derouen knuckled down to fan Saucier for the third out. However, when Derouen issued back-to-back passes to Richard Dore and Babineanx with one gone in the sixth, Stev' edore skipper Bob Gilmore called on Fryar to put out the fire. This he did with flying colors, getting Mike Melvin on a pop foul to Arsement and striking out pinch-hitter Brad Thompson. The youthful fireballer then struck out the side in the last of the seventh to end it. Loke Charles 0101000-2 4 t Sulphur 0000000—0 1 > Darrell Derouen, Johnny Fryar 16\ and Leonard Arscmont; Kyle Carlln, Rober Babineaux (4) and Richard Dore. W—Derouen. L—Carlln. HR—Lake Charles: Delman McNabt 4th nono on. NBA to Widen Free Toss Lane CINCINNATI (AP)-The little man is being given more of a chance to compete with the giants in the National Basketball Association. Widening of with the Olympic player not counting on the active roster. Sid Borgia of New Rochellc, N.Y., was reappointed supcrvis- HOME RUN JAUNT—The Lake Charles Stevedores' Delman McNabb gels ready to receive the handshakes of his teammates as he nears home plaie after slugging out a home run in the fourth inning of their District 7 American Legion championship game in Sulphur Tuesday night. McNabb'a' blow gave the Slevedores a 2-0 lead in the game, their final margin. or of NBA referees. But Borgia will not participate as an active official in the coming season, the NBA said. TALKING IT OVER — Sulphur pitcher Kyle Carlin, left, and catcher Richard Dore hold a strategy session during a fourth-inning uprising by the Lake Charles Stevedores in their game in Sulphur Tuesday. Moments later Carlin was lifted from the game. the free throw lanes from 12 to 16 feet was approved Tuesday by the NBA Board of Governors. "The new rule is designed to ! open up the middle a bit more land give the lit'.lc man driving room," League Commissioner continuing "through April 13. J. Walter Kennedy said. "It should reduce effectiveness of extreme height to a certain extent, and make sure teams do not use a zone defense—which is prohibited anyway," he added. The new rule will be used in exhibition and regular games, Kennedy said, until mid-December when a decision will be made on whether to make it permanent. Kennedy said the NBA also discussed the possibility of increasing the nine-team league to tfl teams by 1965-66. Cities being considered for a new franchise include Pittsburgh, Chicago, Cleveland, Kansas City, Houston, Dallas and San Diego. The league voted to permit Olympic players to be carried on team rosters until Dec. 1. This would permit carrying 13 players, instead of the legal 12, 1964-65 Hunting Dates Set; Deer Limit Is Hiked to Three NEW ORLEANS (Spl.)-The i gun season in addition to the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries \ special bow season. approved j Opening dates for Commission Tuesday an increase in the season lim-' it of deer that may be legally killed by state hunters. Hunting seasons and bag limits for the 1964-65 hunting season , were set by the Commission in • its regular monthly meeting and j the increase in lite deer limit, j to three legal deer per season, i was the major change. Previously, hunters have been , allowed only two deer per spa- son but the Commission heeded recommendations of biologists that deer herds in Louisiana have increased to the point thai Ihe higher limit is justified. The earliest dale for gun hunting of deer will be November 7. The archery sca.-:un on deer will begin October 17 and run through November 22, although deer may be taken by archers at any time during the regular dates for game management areas, including West Bay and Fort Polk, will be November 27. The length of the deer season will vary in different areas of Ihe slate, wilh January 10 Ihe lalesl closing dale. Here is a rundown on other game species, with opening and closing dates and bag and possession limits: QUAIL: November 26-February H, in and '>(). RABBIT: October 3-February 14, 8 and Hi. SQUIRREL: October 3-January 10, 8 and If. BEAR: December 26-December 30 in designated areas, 1 per .season. TURKEY Aiii-il 3- April 18, I'Jlw. in designated areas, 1 per season. In West Bay GMA, in Allen Parish, hunters will be able to Kennedy also announced one game each Sunday will be carried on national television (ABC) beginning Jan. 3 and District Fast Pitch Deadline To Be Thursday Thursday at 5 p.m. has been set as the deadline for entering the 1964 District Fast Pitch Softball tournament which will held at High School Park on! July 31 through August 2, tour- j ney director Harmon Johnson' lias announced. At stake in the tournament in addition to the coveted championship will be the district's two berths in the slate tournament to be held in Alexandria on August 21-2.1 All teams in the tournament must o registered with the American Softball Association. All entrants fron> the parishes of Calcasieu, Cameron, Jeff Davis, Beauregard and Allen are eligible to compete. Pizza House of Lake Charles is lop-seeded for the meet, while Bell City is seeded second. Trophies will be awarded to the lop three teams, while 12 individual awards will be given, including one each to the most valuable player and the outstanding player. Persons wishing additional information should contact Johnson at HE 6-7134. Reed Pitches Southside To State Meet Berth 7-0 The Southside All-Stars used the strong right arm of Keith Reed to down the Mid-City All- Stars, 7-0, and advance to the state playoffs at Bossier City in a Tuesday night championship at Huber Park. Reed gave up only one hit, struck out eight and walked only three as Southside played errorless ball behind the big right hander. Southside got four big tallies in the top of the second. Mike Parker and Barry Veron drew walks from Mike Lynch, who was then relieved by John Tun- in Parker for the- first run of the game. Stanley Hoffpauir struck out and Ted Perrodine walked, Mid- City then made one of its four costly errors. Peter Romero hit a chopper down to third and a wild throw scored two runs. Greg Ninl's single drove across Romero with the fourth run of the inning. That would have been enough ! for Reed, but Southside got some insurance tallies in the. fifth. Greg Foreman got things started with a double and took third on Keith Reed's single. or Wendell Stephens and .Steph- i ens threw wild down the first' base lino. Foreman and Heed raced homo, while Parker advanced to second. Parker went to third on a sac- • rifice bunt and scored on ;> passed ball to end the scoring for the night. Swithsidt' gained lite right to participate in the state tournament at Bossier City starling August 81h. The Angels defeated I h e Giants, !)-h', to capture the Southside American champions h i p at KPLC field. Al.'in Van Ness of the Giants had throe - for • three, scored twice, drove in one run and made (wo good catches in a closing effort. LITTLE LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP ScmthMrlf! (MO 0)0-7 H 0 Mill Clly 000005-0 t 4 Kcdt! Rcod and Barry Voron; Mlk« ' Lynch, John Turmard (!), Wendell Stt- I plieni (5) and Max McFaller. SOUTH5IDB AMERICAN Anaols no 510— 1 4 J j&tonls 024 000-4 t 1 Ranald Johnson and Mark Roberts) Guy Romero and Bob Grcfr. nard. Steve Boiidrenu singled ! Parker hit a bouncer to pilch- Major Teams Cop Slow Pifch Games A Financing Plan for Evory Need SPORTS IN BRIEF Ted Williams Doing We// Fo//owing Bock Operation BOSTON (AP)—Ted Williams cartilage were removed and the has launched another of the re- well. He said fragments of which cuperalion periods with his baseball career was marked so often. Williams was reported in good tomy." pressure on the nerve root was relieved. He called the opera- lion "a partial hemi-laminec- condition today following surgery Tuesday to relieve pressure on a nerve from a ruptured spinal disc. Williams, the former Boston Red sox slugger, had a career marked bv injuries. Including kill either sex deer until a maximum of 800 animals have been taken. After 800 deer have been harvested, bucks only may be hunted for the remainder of the five-day season which closes December 1. Fort Polk will have a three- day season, November 27-29 with daily permits required. Either sex deer may be killed until a maximum of 300 is reached, after which only bucks will be legal. Bucks only also may be taken on Fort Polk during open seasons in adjacent areas. Small game seasons also willr he allowed on the two game ey j^ Aueciot«d management areas. On West i SOUTH ORANT0EENNI ,Vj.-Dcnm : , Ru i Bay, squirrel and rabbit may be I *<°n, Frank Frocnilna, Euaene icolt, and i , j , •, ! Marly Rieiien, the four top needed play- hunted Under a season permit I t-rs, won iecona-round matchc* In the from October 3 through Octob-! E05ler " Gro " c°^ | <h. amplonstllpl - er 31. Quail may be hunted un- i .. Ntw YORK-FI OS . «.». ">«° to der season permit during two ; periods—December 5 through December 9 anci February 6 through February 14. On Fort Polk, all legal small game may be hunted during open seasons under season permits and subject to military clearance. No dogs will be allowed during the deer season. Portions of Calcasieu Parish will have 16 and 33-day seasons I for deer hunting. Area 7, formerly designated as Area 9, and including portions of Calcasieu and Beauregard parishes bordering the Texas border, will have a 33-day split j tournament for high school boys .season, with or without dogs. ' ~" J ''"' "''" u U "' J u ~~ i The season dates will be November 27-December 13 aod De- j east College union. The Major Division of the City Slow Pilch Leagi'e showed their heels to the rest of the leagues in Tuesday's LCRC playoff action at High School and Goosport diamonds. All four of the Major division teams, Butane, Fisk, All-Stars and the Fencers advanced to the semi-finals of the city playoff. Butane beat the Clippers, 9-3; Fisk defeated the Titans, 14-8; Luck Hopes To Recover From Illness the All-Stars blasted University Texaco, 17-fl and the Fencers turned back the C;irboris, (i-l. Ken ('tinnier, ('. (i. Bjibin ;m<| Dick Willett clubbed homers for the Busters. Hobby (lough, Carl Dore, Gary Snycier, Buddy Dupin, Charles Burton and Charles Winfree lead the homers parade for Fisk. R. J. Duhon fired a four-hitter and Calvin Bodden, John Thomas, Clark Abercrombie and Wayne Truax clubbed round trippers to pace the All-Stars. Ron Buckley with a two-run ; homer drove in the winning run '• for the Fencers. length victor/ In the Jet Pilot al Aqueduct. GCtANPORT, K.J. — Recfclcts Dn/er. S1V 80, vpnnted to o three quarter length victor/ m )hf /»<&nmouth Park tfcaturt, ST/-NTGN, Del.-Hold The Foil. MM, tooK the Delaware Pork Icaturc b/ one Jengtfi over Chl/lertort. SALEM, M.H.—Peripol, $52,iO. captured the liiluriong Indian Head Purie at Rocktnghorn Park. CHICAGO— Romancero II, 112.00, beat Demon Twiit &/ o noie and won the 16,000 Diplnmat Handicap ewer seven furlongs at Arlington Park. DEL MAR, Cafif.—Ken, M.80, coplured the J/,500 Inaugural Handicap 04 Del Mar opened Its uawn. Northeast Keg Tourney Nears MONROE tSpi.i - A bowling NEW HAVEN, Conn. (APj- An attack of mononucleosis is j and the All-Star standing between hurdler Jay j Luck and a trip to Tokyo as a' '" Church member oi the U. S. Olympic team. The energy sapping disease struck the former Yale captain 10 days ago as he was continuing to prepare himself for the final Olympic Trials to he held in September in Los Angeles. The illness, he said Tuesday, may he "a blessing disguise." At least (hut's what 1 tell myself to keep my spirits up. I've been training since last September and it s tempting to say you need a layoff." All he has to do to insure a place on the U. S. team is be in condition when he arrives in Los Angeles. Being ruled out of | condition is the only way he can i lose the spot he earned earlier ] this month when he turned in i a near record-breaking pvr- | formance to win the Olympic I Trials in the 400-rneter hurdles at Randalls Island His time ot :494 was good enough to beat Rtx Cawley and :wo of the coun- Wednesday play will pit the Fencers against the Busters against Fisk. play, the Crusaders pushed across four (allies in Ihe seventh to edge. Ihe Ben- gals, 10 !J, at. (ioospoil. Theos Uulion had a lour bagger for tlic Crusaders. CITY SLOW PITCH PLAYOFFS All Slur i <fil Wi * 1/16 0 O-Ofqc Jonf:, OM<J Mul;',>n> Oil:'./ F* : J. D'inoii und WUrnc "Iruu. Hft All-btiii)- C(jl<n\ bulil'n, Jtii.ii HW..Fi ............... I)'. .............. U2' .c/ unj Budd/ i,d Buli.r, Brfirj/ >. Bobb/ Cou'j (jy, •• 101 I j'., . . . pin, Char if, /iinfree; Tilui'i liooo/ l-a/, Churlci F'onkuot Ci(,[«!r$ ............ ififj IM 0 - i t I BuMfr, ............ 003 t,uO « -V 10 1 Jor.n Ful'iiylon or.d Doi.oid Murlin, Wa/ne McEivttn uf>d Jfjf.f. Cochron HR— Butane Ktn Cormier, Di(.k v/il loll, C, O. Baoin. Carbon* ........... 0000100-1 6 I Fenctri ............ 010 OiJ *~6 * j Ed Ward and Erne«,' Grouser; Gene Hay and Gerald Bahaid HR— Ron Buckle/. CHURCH SLOW PITCH PLAYOFFS ftruiuderj .......... 0100414-1014 J BfO'juii ........... 4J! UiQ I-- V 14 2 CaUin Berliand arid Bill Spri-atlco, Ct- cil Phonic ar.d Ricr.urd John-.on HR— Cruise: -I: Thuov Dvt.on. lime out for military service, | cember 26-January 10. The area Doctors at New England Bap- Williams lost a total of five sea- j had a 21-day season last year. Area 15, formerly Area 1, will have the same season as last year, 16 days, still hunting only, and girls will be held here July t - s ]eadj hurd ] m . Md was and August 1 at the North- (J|lly tvvu . tenths o[ a st ,, jnd „„ the List Hospital said there was no sons during a career which be- way of knowiing how long the gan in 1939 and wound up with will recuperation period will last because each case varies according to the individual's recuperative powers. Dr. James L. Popper), senior neurosurgeon at the hospital, said the operation went very a .388 average in 1957. WiUiams, now 4€, was the last from November 7 through Noman to hit .400 in the major vember 22. The area includes leagues when he posted a .406 parts of Calcasieu, Beauregard, batting average in 1941. He hit j Jeff Davis, Allen, Vernon, Ra•d total oi 521 home runs during pides, Avoyelles and Natchitoch- his career. : es parishes. Registration tor the tournament will be held on Friday morning from 9 a.m. until 12 noon and the bowling will start at 1 p.m. Friday. A total of nine lines will be rolled by each individual. Trophies will be awarded to singles, doubles and team champions. Teams will be composed of four members. world record set by Glenn Davis in 1958. But maintaining his condition may be the hardest thing he has to do. The only cure for mononuele- osis, the Watertown. Mass.. athlete explained is complete re-i With rest and without complications, he may be able i» resume workouts within three weeks, Luck said. Foyt Will Make European Debut BRANDS HATCH, England (AP)--A. J. Foyt, winner of the Indianapolis 500, heads a trio oi American auto racers who will make their European debut here Monday Aug. 3. The other The New York Giants of the Hansgen. All three are entered in the International Guard-. 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