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j^fej? .****"• Lake Charles. July II. 1954 Lynn Leads Sessi In Doubles Race Walt Sessi. who last week led the Evangeline League in doubles, Is back in second place m the two- oagger race this week. Bill Lynn, Alexandria boosted his output to 30 doubles, one more than Sessi, Chemicals Win Jaycees Little Loop First Half to take the lead in games through last Tuesday. Thibodaux' catcher-manager Bill Dossey continued to burn up the league batting race. Dossey's average is now .427, well ahead of the competition. > Lake Charles' Lakers have little j to brag about in the team aver-j ages. The Lakers are seventh in' batting, with a .259 mark, ami thi^d in team fielding. j Here are the averages through last week's game. Included are batters with averages of .300 or better, and all pitchers who have winning records: j BATTKHS ab t li zb 3b l, e i-[,I ivt. L>ui>y. p ili. ;iii 7a 1:17 17 A 21 aa .m j-iiin, .Al. a^a ju irs :<u 4 o ;is .3, * *&j, b.n. ;t>j ju Sessi, L.C. aio Bl -»uUiir, 'ill. 2(>a 64 -. .. Saner. i'.A. 31b 33 111 2tj izquire, C. 357 65 .124 la Mathieson Chemicals won !£*& v/. £ 2? ilS 5 the first half Jaycee Little League jj.'smh'N'i' sse ^o iis -n '. Th.° 309 68 101 17 B.R. 237 35 78 4 Lllbrte. Al. 125 16 41 3 HI SO ITlanV of the* tram^c-1 I ^mf* T^/_ 28 7 "9 2 »3 105 18 93 106 2-4 , . -.-.^^, JJ.AW Aijo 73 95 17 the last inning. Little Jerry Col-1 £-"'">• ^.A- -12 8 13 .-' * Barren 269 60 S3 15 for Roger Logan, 5; Morgan's 7 11 6IBerry Bros. ...8 13 6!806 Oi'S 6 13 STANDINGS (Vina! J»lr«t Hound; JVain w I, p ct i.-inker. 8 a .687 £ n f rs 5 4 .556 skeis * 5 .441 1'alnters 3 g .333 . W~l.-onu.not and HarrlK Supply oussard! urouswra >.k«tu»v*v, r t a tier _ Goosport—Dixie vs MorEan'V; 806 OPS vs Berry Bros Thursday—Utah School. 806 OPS vs »? 6 ^.PP 1 ? «0:i 001 0--4. /-u At ' anllc; Merchant's vs Berry Uros. ' 10 ,'>. ar> i > - Ol )u *-"« •> » _ vs T?a?i^ t ~ Fraz ' er Vs Mor K a "' s ; "t^te (JallaUt Ot an<1 K " Jit ' J — i'oi-ivr and i " I.AHT WKEK'8 RKSL-ITS icwT""*' 001 100 1-3 -|.<wor-s ipioaoo-5 « oi c V "•• '• '-' - 0! x ~ 7 5 :! 44th 44th A US SOO 311—13 10 .150 000— 6 9 Take Lak e Charles Recreation Softball Results, Standings vg^i g A • CITY LEAGUE ndn 44tv» mir c/w» «*, .. .. I me in South Little League CITY LEAGUE MEN'S 'A' XKAGUE Team w g'*i« 13 TravlK 14 Merchant's ....14 Frazler 11 THIS WKEK'S SCHKDULB Tuesday—High School, Travis versus Atianclc: Frazler vs. Merchant's ... , .. "Jv V\TV— o u u »LF '""* and Busc!j - **—Knight amt Setters. 806 Supply Htli Ktk| fi' W—Llklns and Bussing CWA . I.KACrb' Li To am Ju'gle Matr's !> OjHtlaruleni •ItTryJaiis It Team 2 Kec's 0000202—4 9 lljj'u'c"*"'" r .......U01 144 x—1(1 8 2|Tw'n«'re!«s - .,•„-.•„-..,<* o . ^.mu t^atta. U— JessujjiDragueUs 4 5'Sea Hawk* 6 : 0°1 001 v ft t ft! 'I'lii* AVefk'h Schedule >co wo oZT i qi, a ,S a , y -.'r r ^,'it!:. l ' lls vs " »•"<-"•'" 1!! STANDINGS (Fin»l Kim UaU) . •, Chemicals Merchants Bankers The pel. 667 <45 .333 G.B. 1 flag Saturday, beating the Gulfj Bankers in a thriller, 9-8. As in so many of the games! played so far this season, Ihislc.LBe.'ju. one was won in the bottom half ofjj^S?*' 1 ^ letta, running who had been hit by a pitched ball, crossed the plate with the flag winning-run. Cary tin made a valiant try Marto get Colletta, but his throw to the plate on Richard Landry's sharp grounder was a trifle wide and the ball of catcher Freddy popped out Lewis' mitt. It was the second win of the Bndlr, Cr. 4 Hylds. N.I. a O JJi. P.A. 1 o S^nr. f.A. 6 1 Jzare, Cr. 5 DRo. N.I. H Slut. N.!. H Veua.f.A. 13 Alvz.l'.A. 14 Siff, Cr. K Fox. N.r. 6 3 »1 '.V'lllto, Al. 4 Sink, u.R. 4 _,X LI* 1!'J 5 17 6Z JBl U4 H 2 1 41 .357 .... 23 Ul .35-t 3 13 77 .3X! 1 .... a .3w 'J. 4 ^a .:n. 2 is Vti .:au 4 12 70 .331 8 3 32 .32U 5 2 29 .3^b 1 .... 20 .32b .... 3 19 .323 1 .... 5 .322 2 .... 43 .321 3 24 74 .315 3 20 60 .355 7 22 SO .312 1 .... 3 .308 6 6 6 43 JOG J o; 88 IS 1 13 68 .301 PITCHERS I lp r h «r bb so 0 33 19 35 19 IS IS IS 2 SI 3 11 10 2 7 -JL 6 5 61) 22 47 IK 47 57 1 « 11 -39 11 8 21 :i 123 52 100 46 41 70 4 110 51 102 43 45 6S 6 161 76 138 71 70 120 7 167 90 165 77 94 44 4 94 57 100 50 59 31 . Holu. Cr. - 52 102 36 45 4S 60 33 64 29 33 31 2 48 23. 48 20 18 21 S 185 99 191 76 80 114 78 133 6S 28 40 5 133 4 100 9 1S6 8 1,10 week for the Chemicals, who had' Alvr ^-E beaten the Oilers 8-3 earlier in theisJnv)°c'r" J'' week. In the only other game of alKpk'ii 'i-h. ia Holiday shortened week, the CHlcsIS 1 !™;": 9 ? "f Service Oilers do\yned the Muller! R " :ti . Laf. it 9 isi Merchants 6-5. u-^V^Y 15 '* nn — •The Standings, schedule for the!" ' -" IM m ^ D8 10S ?? coming week, and scores of games] i .»_,-__ played last week follow: Legion SO 116 60 86 1?0 92 6S 126 56 86 109 22 65 122 44 6S 67 41 77 45 'S 176 64 4.5 84 13 115 B: .'« 4S Richard Gray, above, has compiled an enviable pitching record for the oilers of t h e South City Little League. The youthful moundsman has won all five of his starts this year, giving up only 13 runs. He has hurled a pair of two-hitters, allowed only threa hits in each of two other games and was touched for only four safeties in his other triumph. He is the son of Mayor and Mrs. Sidney Gray. The Bankers wound up with the first-half championship in the South Lake Charles Little League, posting a 6-3 mark to grab the title. They iced the title last week with an 11-3 triumph over the Bakers, using a nine-run third inning. The Oilers finished second with a 5-4 mark, followed by the Bak-l ers K-5) and the Painters (3-6) I Travis 001 ooo i—2 ^.. — wvi vw i--—— t) V \V_j» ea ,. ce ail(1 Hu|) L —Di. a K c an( j Simmons. Berry Bros . Fratler 000 OOO O—0 J !41 001 X--R 9 Fletcher. Monarch -Lous and Goes. L—Soileau and Tuesday — DrutitxHs vs. 1'eenoretls; libretti vs. Hllauderx. \VednesJay—Junsle Matrons vs. 1'an- '.^reiis: Sea Hawks \ - ^. JJearettri- Tliurstjay—Jungle Matrons vs. Teen- 2 .,jer».-tt>: Soa Hjvi'ks \ p s. HiJatitlors. -' Krlday—Draanects vs. B.B.C.'s; Tttc- FKK 1\KK LKAGL'E W J/iTeam 9 HCubs H :t!Hawk« :agk-s 5 5| Thiv U'lwk's Schedule J!o!i<Jay—Cubs VK. Eagles. Tuesday—Hawks vs. Hec'6. Wcdin'sday—Lioris vs. Cuhf. 'i'hursday—Kat'lei v.s. Hawks. l-'rlday—Rec's V6. Llong. w t. e 4 7 I Tl-oj:-!!-. :!^2 SI—J6 00! 00— 1 6 r— •'"• - -t* wi A—n a v —LauKhlln and Wall. I,—Kelly and Sumpler. Frailer Travis ..020 200 1—5 6 0 i)20 J24 .\—9 8 Ol W—1.amity and Simmons. L—Robin-; so* ana HVlls. ! Dixie , oil 000 *> ~ -' . Ben-/ ~ Marr.imi'l 021 034 1_ii 1)11 201 ]-- B •'jus. L—Soilcju 9 (i Broi 004 Olx—5 . a r d Tral «">- "'".gg go? and bumpier. L — u i iu-1. i,-..,.,..., .... ! W—JVmtenol anrl Liindrv. \r- I.ASl' WEEK'S RKSLLTS and Hull. " :?''* ?io ooo- 3 3 a MEX-S -B- LEAGUE > k< - ls 109 10x —11 6 OiTram W j.'Teaui 0 Car l cme Bl ' Un ' y> B °* a " d K- Mar "! Ml>nalvh l5 Jl Bordcn's ikerY P *" l ^ r \...^ el . t . 1 i{ w > a cSi^ 1 6 01 :?" 3! H<V« nw . 'a ?'\£?,,,?"£'i' ly '_>23 13.V—11 7 5i7-Cp S „. , :~+.tf JO.V— J i ( O Carpenter. Welch. Burger and Mil- tord; Brucey, Forrester ind Jlariin i I'ainters 291 . 0 30— 6 S 6 O' ier -< 005 <13)0x—18 7 6 Boulilon. Scarborough, Spencer and \Shec-ldon; Ir.galla and Suydam THE I.KAUINC BATTERS (Kinal Flrat Xalf) ab r h . -12 19 15 .:!! J6 13 . 21^ 1'' l' J 18 4 « 10 THIS XVKKK'R Monduy—High iirhooi. ili-rcuniel: Mnnaivh vs CWV Coosiiorl—Hdq 441 h BW vs 0^ Sunnly v< 4-!th ARS. (['n J4lii 1UV: 7.1'r. v« 4jili \ Veilllo--<la'- — Holk-kl .99 . S 10 7 11 .4 14 Team EAST END CENTER SKMOK r.mni'K \V 1,'Team Tarly Timers ir, 68t8h F.M « 51st Bliib, s'n. r, «th F.M. :i CUv Stars 3 44th P.M. 0 W 1. 211'osia! All'iice 1» 4 Gulf Siaifs 9 -Uir Ward 4 LL Pelicans Hold Eastern Lead J- 1 . Marttn. liakers J. Hoinero, Oilers Suydam. Oilers . C'unek. Paint .. ... Orpemer, Bank limes, bank Able. Paint Rozaj. Offers li. llurgen. Bank rhaumom. Bank fiowrey. Bakers Cott. Painters .... 'n^alls. Oilers Welch. Bankers ... Dawson, BaJcers . -Uih . Srlsool— 7-l'p vs Bordcn's. 19 11 :u :i .......r.T 3 33 22 26 4 15 10 iiTi ~' s •J. 1 .: Tli»r,-.l;iv_»on-y Helulus. Monarch 375 vs i Bor<te!1 ' s: soe Supply VR Marcan- ' LAST WKEK'S nESt'LTS ORO 104—u .363 .353 .333 .333 .333 .333 i .3231 .317 .307! - Dor'lei>'<: W — Hattnnn geron ;md Stewart. — 7 •> 1M 300— 10 9 3 i snd Evans. L — Ber- 5'Covers 4 • S.vr»rt Il"nrt 3 . c ii* \!><*k'» S'cdeditlo -'4th K.M. vs. Clly Sl:ir- p-'io'i -. -i. S-'crpc! ilca:-t. lUfSday—Hc.id <Ju:»ners % s. Cilv Sit"-a: I'o^tal »lll-. llce vj I (>•.ions W.-dH^diy-RKth F..M.' VJ! Karivl ~. os: ^'.•iherviile vs, Qrown-svllle. "i ,•,,/.". ?- v — L-i '' ;t Rfnl). s. vs. -nth' v'.'-,>.,' '""r v '"° V^ nrownsvlllo. | r ;u!f S'^ite^ v*. Covers. " a ' : . Jl'MOK I.KA<:UK : .Spa Culls 11 rjr""".(|i ,,,< n '.' i;i!ti- Al.'ey 10 a•'Kni.-k.-ri.oi-ks :> r > Sa?r«l S |l','£ v 3 '.4°^' >k '' l ' !iea « ^ : ' HuckpiTiivrs 2 T'W.'tois^ J<-kl<; 2 r Harli-iH H'jhts 1 7, rNhorv'.iiP n r USE OUR BUDGET PLAN T» Modernize Your Horn* j Team THK STA.MU.VGS W J. 9 1 .3 7 ,. , '.ray. Oijers Welch, Bank : Hmes. Bank P ITCH IX o U ECO K 1>S (l-'in.il Klj-M Half) li bb Younq Pitcher Gaining Fame ~v.-' i s vs. Yellow Heart W , H I Uard; - . " ay ~ Pl!le A1!ev vs. Kirsi hattuck Rears v s . Knk-kerbork n^;~, Bu ^ 1 " 1I ' n * < ' rs "• Bro«-i:s- '-"'I'ans vs. Project Hawks. 2S 18 IS 32 30 i oi THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE (Second Ha in Monday - Chemicals vs. Oilers. Wednesday - Merchants vs. Bankers iriday — Oilers vs. Bankers Chemicals IM 012-8 5 Ol ;«s 002 010-3 g Laner. B. Logan (5). and Khonry; Runfe and Hanchey. W-Lanicr. HR-Uanchey, Kunte. Ol!ers hantS 110120-3 6 Blake. , Bankers Chemical* .-Sweeney, Pass. (5>> .212 001-S 12 . and ...430 100—41 4 B - (6) and Brown Picks Top All-Stars • CLEVELAND, July 10 (Jf-Cleveland's Browns will have seven representatives on the College All-Star '•earn which plays the Detroit Lions in Chicago Aug. 13. formally the All-Star game can take no more than six rookies from any one National League team. But the Brovrns were losing end Bob Mischak of West Point to Military service anyway, so he is being added to the college roster outside the six-man limit. Besides Mischak, the Brown players will be end Carlton Massey of Texas, end John Carson of Georgia, halfback Gene Filipskf of Villanova, halfback Chester Hanulak of Maryland, quarterback Bobby Garrett of Stanford and center Jerry Hilgenberg of Iowa. Their playing at Chicapo means ?° _t w °- ba ggers. IPV win „;> ™«_ ". T? means 2-°?rtw - o<w 010 ooo-i 201 OOO 10X- Opelousas Ties Eastern Chase OPELOUSAS, La. (Spl.)—Ope- lousas' American Legion Warriors gained a tie for the Eastern Division championship Saturday afternoon, riding to a 4-1 triumph over Crowley on the two-hit pitching of southpaw John Castille. A sudden death playoff between the "two clubs will be played at 3:30 p.m. Monday here. The site was determined by the lip of a coin, won by Opelousas coach L. J. Raymond. The winner of Monday's tilt ( will meet Lake Charles, the Western champ, in a two-out-of-three playoff for the seventh district title. Castille had no-hit shutout going into the fifth frame. With two out, Crowley's Bill Stutes eot aboard via an infield error. Second Baseman Don Signorella lined a single into right-center to score Crowley's only run. Jim Stanton followed Signorella with another single, but Castille shut off the supply after that. - The Opelousas hurler fanned 12 and walked only one In going thn nine-inning route. Opelousas tagged righthander Toe Schimimi for seven hits. Including a triple and two doubles. Catcher Mickey Mills got both of MAPLEWOQD La *-• " ^^*->, Aj*a. . ut , x . , — AIAI. f eiicans of Maplewood continued GB j !'"orrester. Bakers — ISpencer, Paint . 4 IHoullIon, Paint. ... 6 liurgen. Bank 6[Arnold. Oilers . Oilers Oilers ... CINCINNATI, July 10 t#-Majorii scouts had better jot down; is 17 12 13 ig i o'lhe name of 10-year-old Jerry Jen-' 1^ OS la oo ort f\ * \ - I ENLARGE OR ADD A ROOM PAINT .. . REPAIR WE RECOMMEND CARPENTERS— PAINTERS-ROOFERS Monthly Payments Arranged No Money Down Balance Up To 36 Months Louisiana Western Lumber Company 182Z Ryan St. Ph. 6-7515 I 1-Ton MATHES ROOM COOLERS Phone Us for Survey %-Ton ...... $279.95 $299.95 .... $374.00 Easy Terms If Desired MORENO'S SHEET METAL WORKS 2106 E. Broad Phone 7-2155 ..is 27 is 3! 22 5 ->[sen for future reference. .28 6S 45 U7 26 1 2 . .IB 25 IS 20 25 1 1 5 11 311 S 10 001 'ngeiis. oilers . . ... 8 S .... 4 9 ... 5 11 2 H ...13 21 11 16 14 0 1 . 43 . S ?•> 33 8 11 , are slated to meet the Maplewood Isosox on Tuesday and the Hobens Lake. s. N'osox at : IiAST WEEK'S RESCI.TS Dunns 6, Nosox 0 Pels 23. Hobens It Hobens 11, Nosox 5 Pels 17. Dunns 1. League of Ward Four, caniie winning two games last week. andi E - R< stretching their league lead to four! full games over the second place 1 Dunns of West Lake. The Pels clipped the West Lake lichens, 23.1^ and spil)ed the Dunns. 17-1, in their two encounters last week. In games this week, the Pels Palm ' nero. Oilers . 3 20 7 3 Jensen, pitching in a five-inning Class C Knothole League game, struck out all 15 batters to face him as his College Hill Knights whipped White Oak AA 13-0 today. It was young Jensen's second no- REPEATED BY POPULAR DEMAND-THRU JULY 31 on Thursday. „ "IIS WKKK-S SCHEDfl.K LaK-° C:ts Vs ' Dunns at Tuesday—Nosox vs. Pels wood. Thursday—Pels vs. Hobens at 7eoroe Gardner Services Slated CHICAGO, July 10 W^-Four for-i mer boxiag champions will be among the pall bearers for George Gardner, 77, former light heavy- ' 601 402 IS 0 3 . . - i o 11 hitter of the season. 1 ° ^ The scouts might take a peek at the youngster at bat, too. Ke has 22 hits in 25 times at bat this season for an average of .80. HALMSTAD, Sweden, July 10 1st — Bengt Nilsson of Swedei cleared 6 feet, 5V4 inches in a track and field meet last night to better ihe European high jump record by i inches. weight champion, who will be bur-' ied Monday. ; - Gardner died Thursday. Born at ; it Maple-i Lisdoonvarna, Country Clare, Ire-' jland, Gardner won the 175-pound crown by a 12th round knockout from Jack Root shortly after the division came into being in 1903 Gardner lost the title five months later on a 20-round decision to Bob Fitzsimmons at San Francisco. The ex-champions who will be pall-bearers include Tony Zale, middleweight; Jackie Field, welterweight; Sammy IMandell, lightweight; and Johnny Coulon ban- 1 tamweight. J NICK VIGNAUD Home Insurance Agency Complete Insurance Coverage • FIRE • CASUALTY • AUTOMOBILE • MARINE • BONDS Chavanne BIdg. DIAL 8250 - 7-9839 Lake Charles. La. for a short time only! 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The cast will be removed next Saturday and, after light , g workouts, Kell may join the Sox jond Avenue pool under the auspices of the Lake Charles Recre-j ation commission. ' High School Park scored 521-: points, with Goosport park second at 49^4. Other scores were: Henry i Heights 30H. Cooley 19. Lockei 15%, Drew 15, Second Ward «.' discontinued styles for men REG. NO TRADE-IN m^\. PRICE OF $20.60 Ring Official Dies ,"V> GET 2nd TIRE FOR.. ROME, July 10 Edoardo Mazzia, secretary of the Italian Boxing Federation. Your Order Placed NOW! SECURES THE SEASON'S RICE CROP ALL STEEL R I BINS No. 3 - 2400 bbls. 3 SIZES No, 6 - 4800 bbla. No. 9 - 7200 bbls, PHONE 6-0561 FOR FRIGES AND INFORMATION • EFFICIENT • ECONOMICAL • PERMANENT W. B. SMILEY STEEL CO. Bk(xle ' Lake Clark,. REDUCED to $ 6.00-16 Plus Tax and yaw presmt HTM if they era recappablt All Sizes Black on?White Sidewalk SALE-PRICED! BLACK SIDEWALLS WHITE SIDEWALLS REG. 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