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Robinson, Bowens, orcsn, Tsf. 0000 oooo I2H tffM shfifg Mi dhaftft! ott the f ^t (tfttA 4 foliftd,. ftokOoHli* !a 5 tllt1ftg' Sdc&ifiiiticeasfetwo "" ' effdftg ift the US Shutout over the r ,... ful Baltifflbfe OrJoleSi It-wag the Angels second stid- cesMvfi' shutout against the OrK oles, - (heit, ninlK in the last THE BALL WON-Kansas Ciiy's Bert Campaneris makes a dive to first, 'New York's Joe Pepifohe 1 gats Jady to put ite lag on a,iltfew pstcKw Al Downing, (AP'.V HatfdlX ....«..,,. Chance, W, 12-5 o « AT BATON ROUGE Eaist Favored by 6 Points In All-Star Football Game Jfl ah 6V6fl f th&^Atige|s -because tie a relieves with ,dtHn't'wariM» Piltsbutgh* now has shared si* sktoiitS'ftllh lit? Anget team* rnat&9| pitched scoreless bail fof raff la < " ' stayed a full 'hftef'&'r ihe pice after a 3-1,13-inrtfftg loi$ to (rotti ' - ' ."" s To Defense Of Dark With 2 Homers o ., >.oi • ,tf 4 0 ( ef g.oi If 401 _,,,, — to Iflf ' toward t _oy*f 3B. , Downrrtg 0 Mowe'ph Biancjf'a - Totoli Niw York :io8( 01 BATON ROUGE (AP) - Louisiana State football coach Charlie McClendon will get to see a preview of some of the players he recruited from last fall's prep crop in tonight's 27th high school mil-star game. LSU has signed 17 of the 44 players ticketed for starting assignments—offense and defense —in the classic. The East rules a one touchdown favorite but .#ie West has players capable of reversing the charts. The West hasn' 1961 when the sq tions were changed won Since ad designa- from North- South to East-Wes The West squad did tie the East in 1962 and i was a one- man performance by Oberlin's Hoyle Granger—new a star at Mississippi State—which gained the West the deadlock with the favored East all-stars. The big guns foi the backfield will b SOUTHWEST the East in quarterback By Frank Adams and Red Kohnke FISHERMEN, WHO CONSTANTLY look for something new to add to their bulging tackle boxes, can expect a literal deluge of fresh items when tie fall lines appear in sporting goods shops. Some 160 exhibitors, covering every phase of the fishing industry, will unveil their 1965 offerings next week at the annual trade show of the American Fishing Tackle Manufacturer's Association. The big show, being staged in Chicags, isn't open to the publjc but is expected to attract several thousand buyers who will be deciding what to stock for the coming season. A pre-show survey indicates that at least 30 manufacturers of rods and reels, 40 luremakers and several companies in related lines will hav|e brand-new goodies on display. Many of the "new" items, of course, Fred Mlxon of Amite and backs Maurice LeBlanc of Lafayette, Jim Dousay of Istrouma and Doug Harson of Houma's Terrebonne High. LeBlanc, Mixon and Dousay~ perhaps the best player in triple- A circles last year although he was sidelined much of the year with injuries *-' have all been signed by McClendon and his staff. The East offensive line includes end Bob Bdrison and center Barry Wilson of New Orleans Holy Cross—last year's triple-A champions—and guard Chris Cenac of Terrebonne and tackle Charles Alozo of East Jefferson. Sammy Grezzaffi, the speedster from Pointe Coupe Catholic, Is slated for the safelyman position if the East has to defend at the start of the game. But you can bet that Grezzaffi, who runs the .100 in well under 10 seconds, will also lug the ball some. r The West's starting offensive backf i e 1 d includes Jennings' Frank Matte, Fred Haynes of Minden, Jhn Delaney f of-Lake Charles LaGrange and Tommy Allen of DeRldder. The safetyman for'the West will be Baslle quarterback Jimmy Vidrine, who rushed for 1,055 yards and passed for another 687 last fall. Vidrine can also be expected to see offensive action. The East holds a 16-8-2 edge in the series. By The Associated Press, "1 shouldn't be playirtg," said Willie Mays. "I'm doing it only to help the manager," • It's a cinch Willie wasn't doing it for the New York Mcts. The San Francisco Giants' star center fielder showed up at Shea Stadium Wednesday night nursing a heavy cold and when Manager Alvin Dark made out his line-up, Mays wasn't in it. But five minutes before game- time Willie decided to play. The Say-Hey Kid then clouted two home runs — his 30th and 31st of the season — and the Giants coasted to a 4-1 victory over the Mets. "These guys are trying to get Dark fired," Mays said. "I've got to help the man." Mays came to his manager's defense the best way ho knew how — with his bat. "AH this should not have happened," Said Mays. "What are they trying to do?" Mays, angry at the reports that Dark might be fired, took out his wrath on the Mets. His fourth inning homer tied the score at M and before the in- g was over,', San Francisco had taken the' lead on hits by Willie McCovey and Tom Haller. McCovey tagged his 15th homer in the seventh and Mays clubbed No. 31 in the eighth. The power show whipped Ihe Mots but didn't help the Giants HOUSTON . ,PHIt.AOEUPHfA . obrhbl * abrhbl Spongier If .3111 Conzolez cf 4036 Fox !b 4000 H'Stgm Ib-ll 3000 Galnos rl 2010 Calllson gf 4120 Bond Ib 4020Allen 3b 4111 Aspro'nlo 3b 4 0 1 0 Covlngton IM 1 1 0 Hardy cf O 1 o Amaro Ib 0000 4010 DaPple e LIHU ss Grote c Bruce p Roberts 3011 3 1 Jl 4000 Taylor 2b . . _ . 2000 Wine SS 3000 ph 1000 Bunnlng -p 7000 Kolas oh « 0 o 1 Total* it 1 7 1 Totals 30 4 10 1 Houston , ,, 001 OM 000—I Philadelphia 010 wo Ux—4 K—None. LOB— Houston 10, Phlladel phla 7. 2B-*-Aspromonle, Bond, Calllson 2, con inlet, Allen, Taylor, 38—Taylor. HR — Spongier (3). S—Hcrrnslcln, Ddlrvmplc, Galnes, Bruce. SF—Taylor, Kolas. IP H R ER BB SO ruce, L, 11-6 ,,.8 10 4 4 1 5 mining, W, 11-4. 7 S I 10 aldschun 2 2 0 0 1 HBP—By Buiinlnu (OolnKs, Pox, pangler). T—2:18, resent model changes, revamped packaging merely rep- and the like, but for the benefit of anglers who want to make out their Christmas shopping list early here Is a rundown on some of the more interesting items to be shown at Chicago: * * * A NEW FLY REEL, made of "practically indestructible" and corrosion-proof plastic i:i offered by P & K, Inc. Neither automatic or single-action, the reel has a finger-tip level control for line picki.p which prevents snapping rod tips or leaders but can be manually operated. Roddy Products offers a two-speed dquidding and jigging reel with side plates of fiber glass. It has a 5-to-l ratio retrieve and handles ca,n be switched from side to side for right or left hand chanking. Roller guides of molded Polycarbonate are featured bjr Allan Manufacturing Co. The guides have a porce- Jaiii'like body with high resistance to impact and temperature, with stainless steel legs that conform to rod curvature for added strength. G.M.P. company offers a new plastic ferrule, reportedly far superior to other slip-type ferrules, Wright & McGiJl offers a lifetime guarantee on its Golden Eagle Trailmaster rods, with iree repair or replacement as long as the original owners has the rod. The npvice angler is eyed by Cortland Line Co., which is moving into other fields with a matched out-r t fit of fly rod, reel line and leader, designed to make it easier for new fly-casters to get the hang of it. * * * AT LEAST ONE LINE manufacturer also offers assurance to buyers. Ashaway Line and Iwine Company has a money-back guarantee on its Magic-Mono mono- Spanglcr Pox 2b iwt ir, Kub«l:, u N«w Yari WIM 2. I Coldvlto -, 019 330 5W-18 powjino, L, M Sheldon .,.,.. Mlkkelsen ... Stafford .,,*. Pwta/ W, MO . . HBP-Bv Ml Ml. A-2MS4, n the National League pennant race. Despite winning, San Francisco fell two games back of the Philadelphia Phillies who swept a twl-night doublcheader from Houston 4-1 and 2-1, St. Louis lopped Chicago 4-2, Milwaukee downed Cincinnati 6-3 and Pittsburgh edged Los Angeles 4-3 in other NL games. * * * BoroS reached first on Torre'* Interference. Milwaukee »M 100610-4 Cincinnati ,.,.411 000001—3 E—Torre, Menke, Plnson. DP-Clncln- noll 1, LOB—Milwaukee i, Cincinnati i. HR—Malhews (15), Pavlellch (4), Car- d«ias (8). SB—Aoron, Horper. IP H R ER BB SO Lema»ler< W, 11-7 7 51117 Blaslngame ..... 21 1 101 Tsllourls, L, 7-8 .. 72-3 10 6 i 0 4 Duren , 11-32 0 0 1 2 T-2;33. A-7,553. CHICAGO """ST. LOUIS A'llltano 2b 4 1 0 0 ob r h bl Burke rt 4120 Juavier 7b 3110 Williams II 4000 BrocK If 5120 SanlO 3b 4021 White Ib 4223 Banks Ib 3021 Boyer 3b 4020 Cowan cl 3000 Flood cl 4031 Berfell t 3010 Shannon rt 3000 RorsRy ph-c 1000 McCorvcr c 3 0 1 0 Rodgers ss 3000 Bucnek si 4000 Stewart ph 1000 Rlch'dson p 2 0 0 0 DETROIT Lump* 5b ThOtTKW tf Kallne rt Demeter Ib Brown If Freehott o , Wert 3b McAullfte u McLtiln, p 'PhlTtlpi ph Novarro p *s r iW Io°2° 5000 ?9 SS CMICA68 'J'B'i; rf-cf 4 6 00 ufordJb 5010 ord 3h 604 ft kowron 1b <i Q fl 0 ob'jon If-rf J I 3 0 onsen u I 3600 1 2 0 LODdll Cf R' 2 0 0 0 5112 McCroW, pSi t 0 0 S 3000 Slephin* fcf>0 000 looo Ntck'n ph-irla 0 0 0 1000 McNtrlnev.c J 0 2 I Totals Detroit Chicago Pl*orr« 45 it i Tumi* 'v-;«,i»I,,,,.,.„.„ MO 001 wo ew> 2-j .,..,.,,.... 000000 100 000 I „ DP—D«lrolt /It LOB-Detrolt S, Chicago 13. 2B - Word, Robinson. )• (20), S-Han«n <2). Mel,a|il *,.,...... i P 1.3 « ........ 1 2-3 i i, 4, .4 ' 0 0 :! - J 2 0? (K 2 . 4 Aoulrri 12-3 6 Navarro, W, 1-1 .. 3 3 .... .- - Pliarro, L, M-< .3 , 7 3 2 2- J T-3!10. A-17,7<0. J ,•„*,-"•/ WASHINOTON CUBVEUAND ' - abrhbl : abrhbl Blaj'ama 3b * I 0 a Homer a ,,4 I to King rl ock " Buhl p Clemens ph Night Gtmu HOUSTON PHILADELPHIA ab r h bl ob r h bl ! lf 3110 Ganzalei cf 3000 b 4000 Trlondal nh 1000 alne: r| 301 0 Boozer pr 0000 Bond Ib 4011 Hrrnsln Ib 3020 Aspro'nt* 3b 4 00 0 Amaro ph-ib loll ^rdy cf 4010 Calllson rl 3000 Jills ss 401 0 Allen 3b 4121 role c 4000 Covlnaton It 3000 Johnson p 3000 Orymple c 3000 Taylor 2b 2000 Wine u 3110 Culp p 1000 Brlggs ph 1000 Ro|as ph.cl 1000 Totals 33 1 5 1 Total! 3» 2 ( 2 No outs when winning run scored. Houston ................. 100000000—1 hlladelphla ............ 000000011—2 E—Covlngton, Roebuck, AHon, Johnson. LOB— Houston 9, Philadelphia 5. 3B— Spongier, HR— Allen (19), SB— allies, Allen. IP H R ERBBSO Johnson ........ 7 1-3 4 1 1 1 S WoodeshlcK, L, 2-7 2-32 1 10 Oi Gulp ............ i 41135 Bennett .. ....... 2 10002 Roebuck, W, 3-2 ,. 1 0 0 0 1 1 ^HBP—By Johnson <Taylor). T— 2:19. A —2,268. SAN FRANCISCO NEW YORK abrhbl ' abrhbl Hart 30 4000 Klaus 2a 4020 D'venporl 3b 0 0 0 0 Hunt 3b 3000 Snider rl 3000 Kran'pool Ib 3 0 0 D M. Alou rl-ll 1 0 0 OiChrTpher rl 2001 Mays ct 4222 Elliot cf 4000 McCovey II 4121 Can'zaro c 4020 J. Alou rl 0000 Altman If 4010 Cepeda Ib 4100 McMillan s> 3000 Holler c 4021 Thomas ph 1000 HUler 2b 4010 Fisher p 1110 Pagan s> 4010 Hlckman ph 1000 Herbel p 3000 Totals J5 4 I 4 Totals 30 1 i 1 San Francisco ............. 000 301 010—4 New York ................. 001 000 000-1 E— Cepeda. DP— San Francisco 1. LOB —San Francisco 4, New York 7. 2S-Ha|ler 2. 3B~Klaus. HR-Mayj 2 (31), McCovey 15 SB-Cepeda, Hlllcr Klaus. S— Hunt. . 1000 Gabr'lson ph.l 000 looo H'mphr'ys n 0 0 0 0 Totals Cun'ham Ib 3000 Salmon 2b-)f 401 OWaqnef If «, 4030 chonct ib <,; 4 o 1 ofroneona rf 40to Held 2b i- 4000 Oavolilio cf 3010 Aleut c ' I) 5 J 1 0 0 OMoran 3b 3000' Lock cf Brumiey c Valentine If Kennedy 3b Brlnk'n si Koch p Phillips ph Slevers ph Hunt ph Totals 2'3 2 '223 220 i a j 0 0 0 Alvls 3b t 0 0 0 Stange p 1 OOOBell p' ' 0000 Washington f. HR-Salmon (t) » 1 7 i Totals 32411 4 Chicago 100000000—1 St. Louis 100 030 Mx-4 E—Boyer. DP—Chlcaao 1, St. Louis 1. LOB—Chlcaoo I, SI. Louli 10. 3B—Brock. HR—Whll« (14). S—Cowan, Humphreys. IP H R ERBBSO ! Buhl, L, U3 41-3 7 4 4 3 4 McDanlel 12-32 0 0 1 2 Shanli 1 20012 Richardson, W, 2-15 S 2 1 3 5 Humphreys 4 20003 Richardson faced 2 men In 4lh. PB-Bertell, T-2M4. A-11^14. LOS ANGELES PITTSBUROH ab r h bl ob r h bl Wills ss 4120 Bailey 3b 4000 Trace'sKI 3b 4 1 1 0 Vlrdon cf J I 1 0 W.Davis cf 4121 Clemitnlt rl 5031 4011 Lynch II 4020 2 0 1 1 Starccll Ib 3111 1 0 0 OMa'roske 2b 4 00 0 3010 Pagllaronl c 4 1 2 1 4000 Schofleld ss 2010 3000 Alley pr 0100 3000 Gibbon p 0000 p 1 0 0 0 Frees* ph 1000 ' : AAcBcan : p 1 O'O 0 totals 33 Jl J T«tnls f H410J Two out when winning run scored. Los Angeles .,.,. 000003000-3 Pittsburgh ,. 000 100 012—i E—Maieroskl, Bailey 2. DP—Los Angeles I, Plltsbursh 2. t-QB-Los Angeles 6; Pittsburgh 9, 2B—Lynch t, Wills, Clemwile. HR — Slargell (U), Pagllaronl (7). S—Gibbon 2, Fairly, IP H R Drysdale , 7 72 Per'npskl, L, 4-S . 1 22 R,, Miller 2-3 t o Gibbon , S2-3 7 3 Face 11-30 0 McBeun, W, 5-0 ,. 3 1 0 000 n- ' , VO 0 0 34070 Total* 3« f 1J » Washington ................ 000 MO Mft-0 Cleveland ,.,.,,...,....... 000 J01 40x—» E—Woqtier. LOB - -•--•• Cleveland i, 28—Cnqnc«, Howjef.. Woon«r (J7). Koch, L, 3-7 ..... 4 Slenhoui* ........ 2 Daniels 0 Hannan ., I Kline Stono«, W, 5-11 .. 41-3 Bell ... 21-3 Daniel* faced 3 men In 7th, ERBBSO 1 1 3 ' 0 1 ,.1 0 -.0 0 3 0 0 T.Davis It. Howard rt Parker rt Fairly Ib Oliver 71) Roseboro c Drysdale p Perran'skl Herbel, W. 8-6 ttf.fr 7 T-2I30. , SF— Christopher. '9" "o ^ E f '? $ °J I \\ilt ''»»' ER BB SO J Z 5 2 1 1 0 1 2 3 1 2 001 "> 1 1 Drysdale faced 2 "men In tth/ Perron oskl laced 2 men In 9th. WP~Perranoskl, T—2:42. A—11,071, MILWAUKEE aNCINNATI obrhbl abrhbl Mathews 3b May« a Aaron rl Corty |( Torre c Alou Ib Clint pr-lb Menke ss OLAHoz 3b Lemaster p Bailey ph Kolb pr Boiling 3b Totals 5122 RulE 3b S 0 'i 0 Harper II 5230 Robinson rt 4110 Johnson Ib 4122 PavletWi c 4011 Cardenas is oooo pinion et 3000 Boras 3b 400 OTsltourls p 2000 Perei ph 1010 0 I OOrt 1000 31 i |l 5 Totals 4010 4110 4011 4000; 4111 4 1 1 1 t 4000 2000! 3010 10001 34 3 MAC'S CAMERA SHOP CEASES BUSINESS!! HIM, MeCLANAHAN HILL TOLW RON BIUGNAC Invites you to *e« them now at PHOTO & COPY RYAN AT PRIEN I.AKR ROAD filament, Cortlarid also has a new entry braided nylon backing for fly reels, w BIG FISH TAIL—Joseph Teti, & 40-year-old Philadelphia execwiive, (left) standp beside the 620-pound Blue Marlm he caught during the annual Greater Atlantis City Marlin. ment, The fish, was top heavy for local scales and had to be weight at a nearby coal yard, It took Teti one hour and 20 minutes to haul the mammoth fish into his boat, (AP Wirephoto), yards dyed red to warn the angler that he's running out of line. As usual, there will be plenty of ne^v bajts, several' of which should interest anglers in this Fred Arbogast has developed a S spqon with patented weedless treble Sons ajso has a new line of weedless sizes, an4 Heddon is in the field with a of the Ton! spinner. JJeddon also is re in this field, a th the last 251 area. Iver Hawaiian Hooks. Arndt & rebles, in four weedless model urning several of its pld. Jine wood baits to the market and is adding two spinier models jidjapted from the ultra-flight Cobra, one of ihis season's top sellers, Followtog thf splash made by Finland's Eapala and its myriad imitators, Strike Master is marketing a line of Swedish Jures headed by the intriguijgly-name^ AM Porker, a Swedish, prize-winner the pjsi; three years, Another newcomer is the Z-R^y, being marketed "w- tionally for thfi first time by Wittm?ua toe Co, ynclfi Josh Psit Co. ha,s added to fits mid-summer introduction, of blue pork baits, while Luts Pork Baits have the Fishburger Patty, a new prepared bait for catfish. * * * AM©#£ TBS &GSg8S0mi§, th« top item is of- fere4 by Umco Enterprises—a Way-^ing landing net that weighs the fish wnen it is lajwjed, ^nyope who has sver bad a fish, pop a dry^rotted Jawing aet will Jjtee thu polye&ylene netting used o» the aew line pf Si Ciwungs, Inc. Ajnerica» P^d and Textile aims at salety, with, a life vest featuring reflective tape shotfiier strips. F <8? F ofifers a Miracle Worm Dispenser that can Aeries of cases with reels ?t* AUGUST ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ i^^^H^^ r ^^^^^^^~ ^^p ^W iMP ' ^^^BBI^^ ^^JUJIfF- iflH!^^^T|!Bk 8BHBBU! HIII|plHI|| M^l F§AMMITOIflMP rwti* SMM&B& RPVAfcTV MATTBESS '' llif MAf f BISS QE I@X " ' size AH& $44 $79 $T3 $79.50 PUBLIC NOTICE! WORLD WIDE HEALTH STUDIO SAYS; DO NOT JOIN ANY HEALTH STUDIO OR REDUCING SALON UNTIl YOU HAVE CHECKiD TH1M be worn on the belt. Bound Tubes and £ores Co. has a rectangular rod case to beat the rolling of conventional , and Flambeau Plastics has a ne will handle rods up to 60 inches €!HAI9E UNITED FURNITURE HIST. ING. 932 IMTftfliii BiVP. LAKE CHARLES, LA. FREE PEUVEKY ^- PHONE 436-3Q29 WP—Daniels. PB—Brumiey. T~2:2S. A . BOSTON MINNESOTA .abrhbl abrhbl Mantilla 2b 4000 Versalles u 4110 Horton If 4000 Rollins 3b 3010 Y'lrje'skt cl 3 1 1 1 Ollva ft 4212 Stuart Ib 4000 Klllebrew If 3 1 1 I Thomas rf 4020 Hall cl 4 0 1 0 MaUone 3b 3 0 0 0 Allison 1b TO 1)0 Bressoud ss 2000 Bailey c 3110 Nixon c 4000 Allen Ib 1112 Wllwn 0 2000 Pascuol p 4010 Smith ph 1 0 0 0 Totals 11 1 1 1 Totals Jj < I S Boston 000 too 000-1 Minnesota 321 M» 10x-4 E—Stuart, Rollins 2, DP*Mlnnesola•!!•- LOB—Boston 7, Minnesota i, ' • • 2B — Paseual, 3B — Ralllntj HR— 1 Yaslnemskl .i!?),._0llya .(23), .t?jllebr^, Ollva. R ERBBSO 1 ] I -I T-tiU. A- Wilson, L, 11.7 , Lamabe ...... Pojcual, W, 11-8 WP—Wilson 2, IP H .4 6 .2 2 - 9 3 Lamabe, GOLFERS' GENERAL JATO LIQUID CENTER LONG DISTANCE CADWELL COVER TH80U0H THE AUTHORITIES WHIM f MA? TMIY MiH AND At 80 DAYS SJ¥S| PSOFES-I SEHYICE. WORLD WIDE HEALTH STUDIOS GENERAL

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