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TEN TAPPING- EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, BID., MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1957 Dial PA 2-4600 for » WANT 'AD Taken • • i. i .1 ..— . — .._.._..---,_ ' _—. . ' **ii*» » n. *.-*uuu lur w WAtsi AIJ laKer Phils Acting Like They Mean To Win Pennant The words of a -popular World! War 1 song, ")low are you going lo keep 'cm down on the farm . . .'.' very well could apply lo William tJunio) Perry, slugging Within Two Of Top Spot After Win Over Brooks By HOWARD SIGMAND NKW YORK <!.\Si~Somebody outfielder of Granlsville's fen- . "-" , YOR K <^'S»~Somebody Mdr I o a E u e for i got to ldl lhc Philadelphia ' '* ... ... .,...', . *_ Phillies thcv aren't lhr> WM/ baseball team. Prior to ves- •today's g ame!P nses a " at BarrclvillcJ 10 wm lhe the former How- nant ' . v Klds of I9o °' Ma - vo Smith's sur- like the >' League pen ard High I Pied- ... m o n t athlclic s . atcd '" a sno( .The Phillies, generally rele in the seconc inim. ! ...... - — had a! alvlslon ln thc P«=-season eslimo 386 batting av-l" 0115 ' are sizzling loward lhe ^ c.agc, including! 5 ' 101 with s « »' ills in 'heir las sen / llle second -place Philadel I six home runs in 'eight contests. "'" "••«""-i'""^ i-nnauui 'Junie 1 Perry y cl j, e ls s tij|lP nlans edged to within two game' playing as an amateur evcn|° f ' he fr0111 - running Cincinnal -±-j-^. —- „„!., .,, ....r^-rn—rE«Hef ' .. . spring to train with the Ncv York Giant farmhands at San tin for Ihe Phils over the Bums ford" burcame" back'home'alw * h ° dr °W e d to fourth place .L..VC IM,,.. ,,.in, i,i r -„!„.,,„ :. three and a half games off the pace. weeks later with his release .. his pocket. This, in spite of the - facti& that he was socking the . PJu ?"!. lphl . a ' s succcss can bcs hail U./.H fhn>-o *rM hit »,hai do be attributed to a combinatioi ball well there and hit what uaif wen Liiuie anu till wuiu ue .... believed to be his longest homer. ° f ' " n -f' Rookle P'ldicrs Jack a clout of over 4sn feet. Sanford, Don Cardwell and Dick a clout of over 450 feet. The trim swatsmilh. who fast season led Pen-Mar batters ffith a scorching .412 average and 12 homers, thinks the Giants gave up on him because a thigh ailment he received in training wouldn't respond to treatment. In a dugout interview short!} after he had whacked three tape measure drives in batting prac tice at Barrelvillc, Perry sai hc pulled a muscle because h started running loo hard at San ford before being warmed up "But I still think the ailment can be corrected wilh proper (real menl," the slugger asserled. Perry said lie underwent hea treatments at Sanford an( Ihoughl the Giants would suggos whirlpool baths when Die lani) proved of little help. But the Gianls-gave him his slip-withou ever trying the whirlpool. "Sure I was disappointed,' Perry declared. "I guess it's the dream of every boy interested in baseball to play in Ihe majors, but I made up my mind if I failed lo make the grade I wouldn't be biller. And I'm not." However, there's still a chance that Perry will go up, as al least lour other major league clubs are showing interest in him. They are the Orioles, Pirates, While Sox and Rcdlegs. The Ihigh trouble undoubtedly would have to be corrected in order for Perry to get a seconc chance, but judging by his lofts baiting average lo date it isn giving him too much trouble. "It hurt a little yesterday." Junie said when asked if the muscle ailment bothers him. But a lot of managers woulc like lo have players with the same kind of trouble if assurec of similar reaction at the plate All Perry did on Saturday a Flintstonc was to smash a pair o 400-foot homers, each coming with two men on, and a brace o! two-baggers. Charley Doyle, manager of th( Farmers arrived at Ihe Flint stone field late but got there jus in lime to see Perry's first round tripper. Kext time he came up Doyle walked lo the mound anc ordered Marshall Fletcher to walk Perry. But the Flinlstom chucker got his first offering toe close lo Ihe plale and "Junie' sent it soaring for another bom er, his sixth of Ihe season. Perry, who swings from lhc right side, weighs only 165 pounds. Standing 6-1, he develops h i s tremendous power from lightning-like wrist action. Several weeks ago he helled a homer at Granfsville that was almost " lorg as Ihc one al Sanford, lhe blast clearing lhe cenlcr-firld fence more than 120 feel from home. Most of his i n yesterday was an "off day t though he went Ihree for "six bis lirs> three limes up, Per went down swinging. Jim McGiu- gor gelling him twice and Ronnie iiAk Ihe third lime. On his fourth attempt. Perry arched a single lo right, heal out a hunt single next time and doubled on hi' final trip. though lie is only 24 years old? , : r~,, J ~~'~""". J , •••"•" ""•* "^ Perry went to Florida in early oalcd the Br <"*lyn Dodgers, 5 . . ... . -. fl.T H M'aC t hn Ihli-^ rl r-nlrit. to 3. It was the third slraigh Karrell have accounted lor 12 ol lhe team's 25 wins to lake up Ihe slack caused by Robin Roberts' 5-6 and the 3-3 mark o Harvey Haddix. Hamner Helps The return lo active duly o Granny Hamner at second Iia: helped tremendously and al though the Phillies don't boasl-a regular batter over .300, thej have been getting some timelj contributions from rookie firs baseman Ed Bouchee, Rip Re pulski. Willie Jones , and rookie outfielder Harry Anderson. Farrell won his third game S'esterday, taking over from Bob Miller in the fifth. A two-run homer by Stan Lopala in (he fourlh and a solo blast by Far rell in the eighth, his first in the majors, gave Don Newcombe his fifth loss in nine decisions. The Redlegs beat the Chicago Cubs, 6 lo A. and wound up even 'or the day as the Bruins bouucei back to take the nightcap, 4 la 2 The Braves broke a three-game osing slreak and moved into lu'rci place by beating the St. '.ouis Cardinals, 3 to I and the "iltsburgh Pirates lopped thc Veiv York Gianls twice, 3 (o 2, nd 2 to 0. Yanks, Chisox Divide In the American League, the Chicago White Sox maintained heir five-game lead by splitting vith the Detroit Tigers. The Bengals won the first game. 3 o 1 and the White Sox coppcc he second, 4 lo 1. The slumping second place New York Yankees divided a pair with Baltimore, winning the second to 0 after the Orioles won ths curlain-raiser, 3 lo 2. Kansas City lopped Cleveland lo 2, and the Boston Red Sos beat the Washington Senators, : Five-man (cam championship '•j Blue Mounlain Skeet Club, Har to 3 in all single contesls. The Redlegs scored five in the fourth^alure^y"gra'ud SrgT "^ of"' slam homer by Bob Thurnian, tc niDurg ' a - 4Q1 oul of •> gain reliever Hcrsch Frcemar his third win. Bob Rush won his first game of the season— Golf Event Won ...- ...oi firtiuc ui me season—_-- T ^ against six losses—as lhe Bruins I>V 1* clV Cl'Orkfl' won lhe second. J J v..i vn,rwT_i Rush, who gave up two of lhe starter Bob Buhl. It was Buhl ' . inglcd home two runs off the Cardinal righty in (he third. Kline Wins First Ronnie Kline, who has lost seven games, won his first of the s season when he beat the Giants n the opener. Bob Purkey al- Most of his hils this season pT°f fo ; lr . hils « he gained thc have been for extra bases, but • Clr l swccp of lhc Purkey stopped Willie May hitting streak at 21 V* This His Year For National NKW RfiriJKl I K- N'v ,*, ""•"^"'••'. v,-"u. ini-j—wiiLie oam imaiiy possesses Sam Snead a firm fcL£ ta f y ° Ung ma " Wh ° haS . r " n Ule " lile in ' CSS than four minlltcs - Sam Snead. igns Ms ye Lional Open golf championship, He documents his reasons. Determined Don Bowclen, who .... loured four laps of Ihe Baxter 'Things go in cycles," mused Sladium track at Stockton, Calif., !hc homespun Virginia philosoph- Saturday night in a stunning » following a dramatic come- 3:58.7, plans to concentrate on the! \. .--.,... jjnv.^ lium uiu ami! aim conunu- I'-ight points behind Masters ally widened thc gap until he hit Champion Doug Ford starting the the tape nearly 15 seconds ahead Final round and 20 points back of the No. 2 num. "..to-. .,,^ i.uv IUUL Muita, oiieau lit; Wds [)lCSCIlieu II1C tfOIJlW as 3111 on a tremendous spurt to win lhe Pacific Asm'TOTtrKIcct's'out- oy eight poinls. He shot a 66 in standing man, even though less the same foursome with Ford, than half (he events had been READY FOR ACTION'— Baltimore outfielder Bob Nieman (left) and New York second baseman Billy Martin are prevented from battling by umpire Frank Tabacchi during fourth-inning flaroup yesterday in second game of dou- re- bleheader at Yankee Stadium. Nieman n- movos glasses as Tabacchi separates them and (lower right) Yankee shortstop Gil McDougald moves into lhe piclure. Orioles split in twin hill with Yanks. up Phot 0 f aj: ) old rival, Ben Hogan and young — _., —.. .. vbl> ,, wllu _j uu iig iuu £u->f<ii-uui native 01 »an Ken Venturi, each of whom bad Jose, Calif., plagued by a heel ™ injury last year, said bis perform- the end of ihe 90-hole, four- ance hadn't changed his plans for day tournament, in which each concentrating on the 880-yard run 16-Year-Old Gunner Wins Ol f\ „ '"»""' 1" "XI otflcl.l at b»|j) ^l^~*Hif- I tv^-k«lr«-« l*J*r anil Club C, All K 11 pet VST**"! L O » *J«.Cl>l V^lOWll >•<"*•• P"'sb U r E h 35 MS 20 5! .312 \V 1 f II SlItTII'" Musial. St. U)Ui5 fO H7 24 60 350 ~~ A HI Ollljlcll '' rVArrm^nnnn ,„, ,„ «•""»»". CincLn-mi i« 35 6 2 .^ _ » GAITHERSBURG. Md., Ml _ William \V. Kirk III, 16-year-old Washington marksman, beat oul Ed Callioun cf Salisbury. Md. yesterday in a shoot-off to wii the coveted all-gauge champion ship in lhe annual iS'orlh-South Skcel Shoot. Calhoun, winner of every major event in the tournament last year and captain of the 1S57 All-Anieri can learn, missed only one of ISO targets, but Kirk got them al lo win his first major tournament Nearly 150 shooters from 10 stales participated in Ihe two-day meet at (he National Capital Skeel and Trap Club. Although Caltioun dropped the big ereiil for 12 gauge guns, he won the 28 gauge championship with a perfect score, 100 oul of 100, and emerged with the high overall score in all events, 3J5 out of 350. Winners in other events: 410 gauge, Harry Wright, Balti- nore, 48 out of 50. I 20 gauge. J, D. Williams, Wasb- ngton, 93 oul of 100. Senior championship fGO or over), Joe George, Sudlersville, Md., 99 out of 100. Sub-senior championship (50 fo GO), Vic Frank. Silver Spring, Md., 99 out of IUO. Junior championship (15 or under), Robert Sntton, Cambridge Sid,, SO out of 100. Sub-junior championship dm dcr 13). John Pearson, Silver Spring, Md., 81 out of 100. Women's championship. Kalh ~ if . ryn Denning, Baltimore, 98 out o 100. VIRGINIA BEACH. Va. W-Fa Ihrpp hilt n,» n n —-"'""• •'""'•".""^•'"-ii. va.(..r—tay mai caiumcl colt is w ng and as taken , ,1 gS ™ !lec(cd ' frockcr n,, S se<f last year's Virgin- able, in the SlOO.OOO-addcd Bel was taken out in the sixth inning la Beach Hound-Robin Golf Tour- monl Slakes on June 15. when he pulled a ligament in his nament. the second richest on the . , T r ,-,~.......i. ,,, ,„? ,^.. l . ,,,,. o^uLm nL-ii(j*i on me uucKcy vviuie shoemaker de- rigtu leg. It was Chicago's first women's professional tour, be-scribed it simply after Gallant ••-•••""•'"•> •"• "--, i"a win over Cincy in eight games, cause of a prior commitment. Thc Man easily won the S28 150 Pe'ler ing a ncw G . 50 °- se at ( Ernie Johnson turned in some o| l'cr lady pros couldn't help wish- Pan Handicap Saturday at Bel R °sccroft closed o parkling ninth-inning relief to in B l°day she'd had a prior com- mont Park- ni § ht s 'and last Satui sparkling ninth-inning relief to in 8 ln(i a>' she'd had a prior com preserve the win for Milwaukee milmenl Ihis year, loo. Major Pacesetters By International News Service -NATIONAL LLAOLE BATHXC 104 official al bats) Archie Askin Title Contest II.OMB nus-s _ Aaron (Milwaukee) STUTTGART, Germany. «1 — IB^.^ ^!.,,,'-?S JI ;..."; £ n ".! ; A . rchi . e Moore fc ™^ed "out Bel (Brooklyn), Baijcv -"••"•-• • •• ^'"~ J-. vui w. niiut,ivv.U UUL JDU1* •™v, „,„ jSio, VrS'iaT'' Ei , an h «avyweight champion Alain RUNS BAITED IN - Aaron (M'H. Chervillc last night and then de- 'flllU-^wl Tt- M., r (-.1 /C. l _..i_k .F _1_ i ._ 1.11*.!* m_ wauKM), 3S; Slmlsl (SI. Louis), 35; clared oncp -lo-iin hn ,..„••! I l"[ unuinvuuu aim lueirOpOHS Furiiio (Brooklyn) and Hoak ra nri n. j/Mp «",", c P'" hc "°" ld hke a Country Clubs in Wcstchester "'rVfv 3 ' „.„ , „..,„... .„_ i^^'l Wlt h bugar Ray Rob-County. 11 would be one of the HUNS — Temple and Robinson CCin- oinnali) and Aaron (Milwauhpc),. 35. HITS — Hobinson (CinrinnatiJ, 62. DOUBLES — |{oak (Cincinnati} am Musial (St. I.ouls), It. TRIPLES - Rrulon fMilwaukre> am Schoondicnst and Mays <Ncw York), \ STOLE.V BASES—Mays (Xeu- York) 16: Temple (Cincinnati) and ISrutOn CMllw.iukcPl, 7; Gilltam (BrooWyn), 6 1'ITCEHNc; —tn.-xsed on most whis>~ Acker (Clnirininatii and Sanlord <I>hila dclphta). 6-1; Jnck-son (St, Louis). 6-2 nn<L Gomez (Now York), 6-3: Uurdoti (.Milwaukee). 5-2; Spain (Milwaukee, and Wo i thin Rio n (New York). 5-3 and Hoberts (Philaclel phial, 5-6. STH1KEOUTS — Arroyo (PiUsbur£h), Q AMERICAN' l.KAGUE BATTl.Vfi (Rased an 100 Official *t fail*) 0 All K 39 US 27 _. ..,. 41 151 31 SS .357 hibidon IFall Arena before some 8,000 fans, including many American soldiers. Thc light heavyweight world champion said hc had an offer from promoter Jack Hurley of SeallJe, proposing lo match him against Sugar Ray this summer in Los Angeles. II Pliyer and Club •VIHiams, Boston Manlle. .Vew York 42 140 34 48 .343 HOMK JIU.VS — Williams (Boston), 2: .Mantle (New York), H; Stcvcrs Washington) and Zernial (Kansas City), 10. ! HUNS BATTED IX — Sicvcrs (Wash- ngton),- 35; Jensen (Boston), 30 and Mlnoso (Chlcaso). 29. HUNS — .Mantle (New Yorh), 54. HITS — Gardner IDaHimorc). Wiliams (Boston) nnd Fox (Chicago^, 53 DOUBLES — Plews IWashlnRtonl. 14. TRIPLKS — Nieman IHaltiniord. •impson tKansas City) and Jl NPW York!. 4. STOLEX BASKS ~ Landi? Hurley offered him $200.000 for start practicing:-" the fight, Moore reported ° •Tm_ very keen on meeting my Fj na l s Toiliffht 9; Krancona (Ilaltii ,, ), Piersall (Roston) anil Aparicio (ChicaRQ). G: Pilar- clk < Baltimore I. -Minoso 'CIlicaKot, Kalinc IDctroii) and Manllc York). 4. PITCIIINC —(Based on most wins)— Piprrr- «.'hicapo>. 8-2; .Maas (Cetroil) 6-2; Brewer <nostntl), 6J .Inri Wyn[ (Clcvclanil), 6-5; Truckj (Kansas Cily) aO; Shanti (New Vorkl. 5-1; Grim (New york> anil Wilson (aiiraco). i-'l: l.o« (Ballimorc), 5-3; and Fovlack (Uclroiu. 5-4. STRIKHOUTS Piorce (Chicago), 57. Gallant Man Set For 'Third Jewel' NEW YORK. «1 - Gallant Man s ready today lo take on Bold FUiJer, and Iron Liege as well if lhal Calumcl colt is willing and . Jockey Willie Shoemaker de- Though she had only Ihc second er." "He never took a long breath. ,,.. ^uv uuiii. it, « tiji oucil ;> -"KH^J.I -,- I( v. nciu viti) l/IC HCC'ijiia [ *-' - ourth win and the Braves ended bc f l medal score in Ihc 90-hole Whether Calumet's Iron Liege mtuaf score m the 90-hole whether Calumet's Iron Liefie ™- J ' J ow- uotn tigurcs were Round-Robin. Miss Crocker will he in Ihe Belmonl hasn't been up about eight pcr cenl over 'ast un SI nnintc .in t\\f\ ri,-^ A~.. Iriniiin rj^i^ : i n< _ • _, vpflr. player matches his score wilh others in lhe 16 man field in foursome play, Snead was 53,000 richer with plus 41 points. Ford, hottest man in the event for two days, was second with plus 33 after losing six poinls then came Hogan, sleady and sure, lied ivith temperamental Tommy Boll plus 14. Mnst Qualify Today Snead, although conceded lo be one of the greatest golfers alive, must qualify for the open today at Ihe Knollwood and Metropolis inson whom he called "the greatest living boxer." Last night's knockout came at old friend Sugar Ray in the rin" Moore said. "IVe two are old friends and would sure like to natch our boxing skills." The Chervillc fight was "just another workout lo keep in shape and get down to the weight limit," Moore remarked. Moore weighed 187 pounds had little lo match Moore's 21 years of ring experience. He at lacked thc world champion fron Ihc very beginning. •*°^i5 JaCKson s winning strcDK — ""•'•'•• ••>'od ^iuvj\t:i |" «• «jv m mtr ncimoni iictsn i Dccn ' at six straight. Bobby Thomson pllec1 "P 51 poinls in the five-day.lfinally determined. Trainer Jim- >car plus-and-minus event and yesterday walked aivay with the top prize of Si.500. The victory, hervsecond of the season on the pro tour, hiked Miss my Jones said Iron Liege was a bil lame from a calcium deposit Tiie Wheat Icy Stable's Bold Ruler, who upset Iron Liege in the Preakness, will be thc favorite Rcdl Risks Unbeaten Ring Record Tonight NEW YORK Snead Figures First American To Crack nn| • TT« ^7" Snead a firm believer in ' B " css lnan lour mlnlllcs . ;, figures this finally may be bul '' may be somel '»>e before he lakes another crack at /ear to win the elusive Na- Australian John Landy's world record ol 3:58 flat. T ignowing a dramatic come- 3:58.7, plans to concentrate on the;'"-«<«• J *" ff.^^1, iack victory yesterday in Ihe lialf mile the rest of Ihis seasonJ/l»>/>i, /"'/•/-....».'»•., Vykagyl Round Robin Tourna- The 6-foot-3 long-striding (Jni- *-'/'«-" \jlUI-HlfnOllS menl. "I've been having a cycle vcrsily of California prelaw stu CHICAGO «v- The sixth annual entive. I figure I got my push in Ihe race. But Don set his own the U. s. women's and men's pace from thc slarl and continu- Opc " champions. through thc first four holes, Snead who scrambled to a par 71; his run. County. It would be cue of the great cruellies ol the sport if he failed to make tiie grade. This is the second time in 20 '"Ldld'.^ Sl y\™? ndt "I a ycars 'h«t"Sn C "od"h«n : rb«i"a7. h Slh .'S S ,.fL E J; "^' ^-™«d for the b.,0 ribbon event of golf, which is slated al the Inverness Club in Toledo. Ohio, June 13-15. The other time was 1939. "I feel my game is coming around just right." Snead said. "I'm pretty confident of my chances. If I qualify, I think I'll . , go to Toledo next. Saturday and fii District 3 GASTONIA, N.C., W - Duke -ind Florida State, as evenly 1 matched as a pair of shoes, clash lere tonight in the finals of the »- 5 .«=u „, pounas N ' CA . iV Th 5 "' 1 - l , 3 Ba -,'; b[l!1 Tourna against 204 pounds a month a<. 0 ^ e " ' T he victor will earn a trip when he had his first fi°ht In i? College World Series in Germany against Hans Kalbfell. ^ . Nel> ". . ,. The Belgian champion at 199 ° clubs havc defeated pounds, put up a game fight bul T i oth p r once apiece since ltle had litlli- in in!,fM< M •_ „, double elimination playoffs open ed here Friday. The Seminoles dropped Duke, - -.— uy......lu*1,.? flUJ/J/L-U L/tfh{., Hie Atlantic Coast Conference Moore" floored hfra twice once cham P icn . 3 '2 in Friday nighf: at Ihe end of Ihe second with a se , mlfinal ac '»"stiff left jab and in thc sixth with j y m 'oumamcnl, Duke a powerful left hook that cut the f, ruhb .9 d G ™ r gia Teachers 31-2 i Belgian down for good. first game of Saturday's double bill, eliminating the Professors. The Blue Devils followed that up with an 8-6 win over FSU. necessitating tonight's playoff game at 8. George Washington, the South Harness Racing Shifts To Laurel ~-«. 0 w iT«jiini£iui], me oouin- I.AUREL, .Jld., i.n _ Jiacv- cr " Conference champion, was and's harness racing season, o'ff eli »iinaled Friday after losing to o a successful start al Rosecrofl Duke 9 ' 5 and Georgia Teachers Raceway, shifts lo Laurel Race- 5 ' 3 -. Tlle Georgians lost lo FSU way tonight for (he opening of a 5 " 3 '" f' rsl round action. 24-night meet. Duke and FSU also split a pair Laurel has made major im- of P^-season games a t Tallahas- irovements at its planl. fealur- Sce - Dukc won one 8-1. but was ng a new G,500-seat granclsland. shul Ollt in lne second 2-0. •ut its _. Saturday night. The Oxon Hill plant drew 165.092 Housio; fans and handled a mutuel niay ra i nl of S6.996.975. Both figures were 81™.^'"^° " c " tuhorn> cil >' (1 ">* TEXAS LEAGUE at Fort Worth <both p*mc Shreveporl 1. Da!1a« 0 Austin at Ttilsa (hofh ga rain) Her only pr evious 155 7 ycar-dd Triple Cr^wr, GalUanl riumpli came in the Miami Open n February. Man skipped the Preakness to concentrate on thc Belmonl. Ten :-iRedl. ___ ^ ^ from Palerson. N. J., seeks" his; ------- --"''^-t-u 11 d n; un ui(3 UGH Thejowest cumulative score in of the last II Belmon. mmicrs .. ,.„„„„ Round-Robin was post-|have been voted 3-ycar-old cham- •sar xr-is'^ *>=S«seas s . , alif., who had a 361 to 363 for . v " -"-'vi ii -mi LU ooo iur „ .—... Ui *.. straight Miss Crocker, a native of Mnntp ^ " ^" J% "" '- r - wmcs when he imzikd lhe Say video. Uruguay. Bul the pav off ^^?™:^Z ««} KIO in lour trips after Mays was on points Ihe contestants were s "" l<! '''• rm ^ " collected a homer and sincle in able lo nirk im in MI»™~, r-,._ I '-"« Ancfi«- 5 7-1. san pit collected a homer and single in he opener. Al Kalinc contributed four ;lraight hits as the Tigers heal he While Sox for (he first lime Perry, who was in the Armyj this season. Kalinc got three lor two years, including an i8-! sm E les and a double and scored monlh tour of duty in Korea, a " fotlr of lh e Bengal runs, suffered a broken collar hniw Jack llarshman eot Ihp rhicnv — —--.-x.il (.vfiidi UUIlt while playing in thc finals of the Pen-Mar League in mvt follow- rag his discharge from service Bul it hasn't affected his throwing. He still pilches or plays fcnlcr field when not holding down first base. He has been in ino games Ihis season as a (linger and ligurrd in one decision, (urn- Ing back Wollcrsburg, 7-1, on a four-hiltcr. He started another game bul needed relief. A basketball slar at Howard c/here he was a regular for four years and picked on the All- lournameiil team of the Vt'csl virnnia lli.rl-1 t?,,i,__> *.-, ».„• I able lo pick up in different foursomes each day. and Miss Wright finished with only -16 poinls good for second money of SLOW. Third place and S600 went to Belly Jameson of San Anlonio Tex., with a 369 and -11 points' Veteran Patty Berg of St. Andrews. 111., wound up fourth wilh a 369 and 24 points. Miss Berg won §650.. 15th straight win tonight wnen f hc meels Frank Ippolito of lhe' Bronx. ,\. Y., j n a televised (Du- Montl len-round boul at SI. Nickolas Arena. SOl'TIIERX ASSOCIATION' rhaiunocaa 11, AHanta S U(»e line* 9.1, Memphis 1.5 Birmingham 60, Nashville 3-2 Mobile Dream Mile 9 Prefers 880 By JACK STEVENSON' BERKELEY, Calif. (AP)—Uncle Sam finally possesses Nation's Golfers /•i JO He was presented Ihe trophy as The 50-year-old native of San Hc won the latter event in a Pacific Coast Conference meet wilh a mark of 1:47.8. Next Saturday at Bakersfield he will run it in the Central California AAU meet. "1 like the half mile beller, and I feel lhat I'm not strong enough to run several fast miles yet'" the slim, 160-pound runner dis- jlosed. Asked if he wouldn't like lo run later against some of the foreigners who also have beaten four minutes. Don replied, "Yes. I would like that some time in the future." Bowden's time smashed the American citizen's record 4:00.5 by U'es Santee. way. Inc.. was scheduled here to %L^?ZZI »_!•_£=- Sri^r^ place nine board members who resigned last week in an intra- managemcnt fight. Board chairman ,7. C. Robinson, the largest individual stock- lolder, called the meeting to "elect a cooperative board." Vice President Edgar G. Bennett, a member of the Slate Soads Commission, and eighl others walked off the IB-member ward. Bennett said the move was made because "Robinson has refused to call board meetings and to cooperate with the olhcr directors." These people each won 1000 VACATION from their Ford Dealer (You con, too!) JAMES E. DUNLEVY 1016 Morrison Ave. Pittsburgh 12, Pa. Golfers can play any course, as many times ,is they choose, on any day this week, provided (hey pay the $1.00 entrance fee each lime" tTioy play" ....... ' ....... * Some 75,009 are expected to try their luck against lhc Open champions on Saturday. Airs. Cornelius will play her round at Ihe Ladies' PGA championship in Pittsburgh. Middlecoff will play his in Toledo where he will be trying lo defend his National Open crown June 13. In Ihe last five years a total of $542,750 has been contributed to various golf charities and projects as well as (o several general charities through National Golf Dav. UNBEATEN MIDLAND, BARTON WILL CLASH Only fivo (cams boast perfect records in Ihe Twilight Baseball League and they will meet this evening al Midland Barton and Midland liave com- of piled 2-0 marks in the circuit. Their tilt is listed for 5:30. In the other pair of frays Wright's Crossing (0-R) is at Lonaconing while Finzel Fight Continues Al Ocean Downs mei-lino' nf C fw= nS n!'' '* iT '' 1>iilllo " al tiasKCioall Association wav ^ 0 L°f c ,H D SL^L e -E Ia >:^-'^. I»l »hrce years. (0-2) plays at Zihlman U-l). Eastern teams have won lhe A National Basketball Association _ . Boston won in 1957. Philadelphia F. POKTMAN n.i>. i Fayclle City, P.i. EXPERT AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE AT REASONABLE COST MclNTYRE'S CHEVROLET, INC. 219 N. Mechanic St. DIAL PA 4-4400 Qualify House Paint ol 1)11 lowt.t price tti town ... for oiitsTd. ond iniiJt o,.. All colon. Not, H OE our low pr ;<, *iUO go |f on Hub Army & Navy Sales Company 19 NORTH CENTRE ST. in with a four-hiltcr lhat gave the lefthander his fourth win in five decisions. i • Lofty Bill Wight gave the Title Fisrlu Iln-iiU Orioles Ihcir third straight over , g Untails Ihe Yankees as he pitched a kxpwMoil Today three-hitter in lhc opener. Yankee' rookie righty Ralph Terry limit-; ,. NI- ; W Y ORK-H\S)-Promotcr cd the Birds to three hits in his- ""' ! - encc is scheduled to an- first start of thc season in llic' l ." nmct: final "detailed plans" to- nightcap. ' na y for thc Floyd PaUerson-Tom- The Yankees tallied all four cfi 1 -**' , Jacki °" l>eavywc:ght champ•--- 1 - fight at lhc Polo Grounds FATHER'S DAY GIFT SUGGESTIONS Iheir runs in lhc first inning off Hector Brown on a two-run homer by Mickey Mantle in Ihe last week of July. II) and solo homers by \ Berra and Elslon Howard. The Athletics lallied six runs die eighth lo defeat the The date of thc match rcporl- 'oei ^ dly Wi " 1>c Jllly 29 or 30 - J-Cncc js expected to announce a na- lianal television deal wilh a major network for a figure between $175,000 and $200,000. (in r |l nia f ",? h Sthool ~ AtlMcllndians". Vic" Powcrs"s7xih.in^ tnlon for three seasons, Pcrryiing ],omcr broke a la-innin;. 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