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(ft Vibs 1 ! Nf\vS HER AD i *tt 26 1961 Ivy League Hit By Cage Scandal N'i;\V YORK ;AP. —Poliep hiuT- •<-<•>•. asked K. broa-ioast a i'isU<;n- \'\ ie alarm (oi-the ui Philip La curl of Host on and .Joseph ;.,eer; t,f \e\\ \utk us the it>j-nli (t IH-U- disclosures ii: the still" ' .ipi t'at'ini: collOi-'e basketball scaii- liniic!)i!C!H ui i.aotit. 3;i. aiui Grfi-en. U. on charges of bribery .ij^l (.-• ;:s|Mi ;ii y \\ ^ antHiliiidv; Mr.nds'iy by Disirk I A ! I o r n i- y frank Hoean, «\hi> is conducting the main part of the iu\ t-stiuatron ihiii iu;u -ha,> >pri'3d to envelop 'U> players from -! collotes. '.same* on M hu-l> i«>irit-si>rea«i fix* < were ;u'hu-ved •>'!' attrn.pU*<i In ;!>(: I!>M --i.-andrd. -"<::• player? V.VIUT- \\---r\- r;:i-.i. I'i-.T !'.:•> fir.-! ;.::;s\ :iu- rH'-W in'\ i-s'ii^Htiivn tfiTii'bfd !iie Uy th:n Krcd Portnuy. .-oplK'is.orf i Hogan. a graduate of Columbia, a trustee of the university and a former president of -its alumni sjroup. said the 19-year-old New Yorker aureod to shave points in four games last season for $1.00(1 a game. According to^ Hdgan. Portnov actually received Si,HO. i Portney Monday night was dis- niUst'd hy Columbia aftf-r the unixersity confronted him with information furnished by Hogan's office. His namo en me up in the indictments of Laeort, described by Hojiar. as well known in New England gambling circles who operated on tbo ''syndicate lev-. f-l". ;;nri lircen, an associate of gamblers Aaron Wagman and Joseph Haeken—the first two men arrested xvh.en the now scandal brt.ske on St. Patrick's Day. Green had been named previously in the Xew York investigation as a coconspirator and also in the probe being conducted b\ North Caro- iina authorities. Starting Dates Set For 1964 Olympics ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The! International Olympic Committee j today approved- the dates for the; 1964 summer Olympic Games in<;' Tekyo—starting Oct. 9 or Oct. 10 ; and ending Oct. 25. ; The winter games will be held' in Innsbruck, Austria, from Jan,. 29 to Feb. 9. The reason for uncertainty on the exact starting date of the Tokyo Olympic is that the summer games, for the first time. will have a full day of rest following opening • day ceremonies. Originally the Japanese proposed thai the games open Oct. 11. Monday the IOC ruled there should be a day of rest. IOC Chancellor Otto Mayer said Major Little League Wardlaw Wins Trailer Lo the Tokyo opening 'cere in o n y would IK- .Oct. 9 or''10.. The next day would he a day of rest. The actual competitions will start : on the third day—cither Oct. 11 or 12. There .will he no rest period after the winter Olympics open- ins day, . Mayor said the program of tht 1 winter Olympics hau been ap- pro without too much discussion '>ut i\\f( tunny <itK'?tions : .'re-> nuiiiwd 10 Ho seillod uhoiil (lie lli> > ihe winter Olympics projjrfcm wtMihl bo tho same as the 1PW program at Squaw V<U- K'v. i':ilif.. phis' competitions in hohsied- and lugos (A one-man tobogeam. Spikers Whip Lions, Wheelers Beat LAFB icme Lions Dump Creamers, Nats Overcome Bats T!n' ! LifiTis dumped the Cream-' . <TS i«-*3 in thc opening game of a !':;)>«• 5>ii!h double (leader at Rw»?e=- .veh Park last ni^ht. The - Xjits <son-d four runs a; th? bottom • >< tiif sixth to whip !lu-° Bats 11-S ni tin'' second game. * The opener was a bouncing bat" lie "linDl the Lions broke it op't-n v. ith .six runs m the- top of the ioiirth. Tiie Creamers took a 1-0 h'-»d in the,lKjitom of the- first. The Lions scored two !O move in front in the top of the third. The- Creamers .took the lead back with three runs in the bottom half of the mnms. Then in the fourth the Lion^ earn«? up with six runs on only r.vci hits. The Creamers picked up one run m the- fifth 1 and an.••her in the* sixth, but • couldn't irvt the big rally eoint;. ,!•;.• >?»«? Zunica 'Aas tht.' \vinninc piichci and Rolando Ramon t!ie loser. San: Hill of the Lions eol- li-cted s brace cif singles to lead the hitters. In the second same the Xats jumped out to an early lead with four runs in the bottom of the first innins. 'The Bats came up with a pair of runs in the second, but the Xsis s-oi - one of them back in the Kutom 01 the inning. The Bats -kept peeking away at ihe lead. They scored once in ihe third, txvice in the fourth to lie the game at 5-5. Then in the top of the fifth the Bats took tha lead, 7-5, with two runs. The Xats tied it with two of thoir- own in the last hr.lf of the inning. The Xats came up with four big runs in the bottom %of the sixth. The- Bats scored once with two away in the top of the seventh. Jes?? Suarez . got the decision, and aided the winning cause \\ith three .hits. Mike Cox also had three bits for The Xats. including a triple. Jacinto Vasqtiez had three lists for the Bats. Baltimore Playing The Waiting Game The Elks Spikers tumbled the league-leading Lions 7-1 in the I'trst game of a Major Little League twin bill last night at Overstreet Park. In the second jgame the Rotary Wheelers came from behind to whip the Laughlin Air Force Base Flyers 10-5. I The Spikers collected only three i hiis in defeating the. Lions, but they took advantage of 12 walks- issued by losing pitcher Gene Snl- • mon .Jr. to score their runs. The Spikers opened the scoring with | a single run in the top of the sec- jnnd inning. They added two more |in the third. The Lions rallied.for ;one run in the bottom of the third. Ronnie Carta set the Lions down |in order during the final three innings while his teammates scor- jed four more runs to give him a i comfortable margin to work with. j Norman Hicks of the Lions was [the hatting star of the game with 1 two hits .in three trips to the plate. 1 The -. Wheelers, look a 2-0 lead [over the Flyers in ihe first inning 'of the second game.- Laughiin I came up with a single run in the -top of the second and then took jihe lead with a four-run outburst i in ihe third. •; In the bottom of the third ihe i Wheelers sent 13 men id the plate ; as-they paraded .eight runs across ,for the winning margin. From there on out the two teams seem; ed to tire a bit, and neither was • ever able" to mount much of a [threat for the remainder of the :ball game. Ray Snare:' was the winning pitch-.'- rr'nd Fred Haymond the loser, .'t-rry 'Waikins wielded the hit' stick for she winners. Hr pounded oil! yvvrt doubles and two singles in four trips to the plai,\ Krne>M Zuniga had two singles far i ho V.'heelers. BASEBALL STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit . Cleveland Xew York Boston --Baltimore Washington _. Chicago .. W •1(1 -JO 32 32 30 20 24 23 L 23 2-4 24 30 3-1 34 33 39 42 Pet .C.35 .025 .613 .516 .500 .450 .381 .354 GB K. 1 '• -'I 7' j 8',i 11 11 -16 18 Beiitdn Wardlaw needed* * trail* \ er lo bring home all'the prizes he. won at the Slate 'Championship i School Rodeo xt Hallettsville last weekend. ! He won a saddle and a belt | buckle for the All .Around Cowboy; Championship. He won a saddle) ami a belt buckle for winning the tie-down ealf roping championship at the show. He won' three breast buckles, one each for winning each so-round of the tie-down ealf ropitiji. IVfnton also "won two scholar-! ships worth $200 each; -One was! an FPA award for .winning the All! Around title ami the' other was! the l?a\ ir.oml Dickson Scholar- j ship for the champion senior tie- down calf roper-. In spile of the' mud and rain, Reman easily won the tie down-; championship. .He.'-took the lead j i in winning the first go-round with] a time of 13.7. His time on his ] second cii.'f, roped in a muddy j : arena, was 13.1. In Ihe final go-i round Saturday -night Wardlaw: had a 152 second bulge, over his; nearest competitor. Roping this-j linn- in a hard'rain, he caught and_i lied his ealf in lt?,S seconds. t ..Things were a little rougher in i his .tijiht for Ihe All Around title.; In order to he eligible a 'contestant 'must win money in two or more event?. Benton knew when j time came for him to 'dog his j' steer in the final go-round' he had • lo finish in the money. ; ^"l jumped about a mile." Ben-' i ton said. Uut he caught the steer; and threw it in about seven sec-j , ond&l The time was good enough j ; for him to split fourth place in i • ihe final go-round. That money i was all he needed to wrap up \ tliL 1 All Around Championship' i title. •;. . ! - 'Ihe next step for Wardlaw is! the National High School Cham- 1 , pionsip Rodeo ai Douglas, \Vyo.. I on Julv'. 20-23. Tiiere he • will be i D ;'- '; competing against other states the winners { all over the! Mmne..*o«a Los Angeles ___ 23 Monday's Results Kansss City 4. New York 3. night Cleveland at Chicago, postponed, rain Today's Games Detroit-!'Running'5-G) at Washing- ion (Donovan 3-5). night Baltimore (Brown 6-3) at Minnesota i.'Kraliek 6-41. night •Xe-w York (Stafford 4-3) at Kansas Citv rXuxhall -J-2>. night Cleveland -;Gram 7-0) at Chicago " {\Vvnn 4-1). ni«iu from 'West. ' : In ihe meanltme Wardlaw wiil ; continue competing! .in American [Junior "odeo. Association events i around the slate. Although he is ; a strong contender for at least :two AJRA titles—All Around and I tie-down -compete for the slaie and nation- l . al championships may well cost I him his chance at the two. Neith| er of. the two hifh school eham- jpionship rodeos count towards the l.AJRA -landings. • Benlori became the fourth Del Rioan to eniet hi:; name on ihe ALL AROUND HIGH SCHOOL CHAM- PIQN—Benton Wardlaw displays some of the trophies he won at the State High School Championship Rodeo at 'Haliei.tsv.ille last weekend. The saddles and belt buckles are for winning the tie-down roping championship and the All Around Cowboy title. The-lhrc.j breast buckles are Tor winning each round of ihe tie-down roping. In ack!i| tirin. Wardlaw won two scholarship] valued at §200 each. (News-HornId Phot,>> list of winners-at the rodeo. Back in !f'i7 away calf roping was Bob Aliizer, In 1954 >Ia!iclisville i the break- won by .lim Gerald Colts (.45-Type) Sign Bonus B nard won the same title. Proving; the Del Hib boys didn't have a monopoly on roping ability. Bo roping—his decision to; De j! Wiiitehead woii. the girls- breakaway roping in 1955. However. Benton. is the first; local contestant to win .the tie- down title and the All Around Championship. LOS. ANGELES i AD — \Vally U'olf. Vniversity of Sttuthern California risjht-handcd 'pitcher. !KIS signed a SUK),QOO bonus baseball contract with t:)e new H-msion dub of tho Xaticnal League. Wolf. l!>. is r. fast ball specialist w!:o did relief \\ork '• on the Trojan team that won thc XCAA championship last week for third time. He turned dosvn ;t OOli offer from the Los Am ! Dotlgc-rs to si.^'n \vitlv Hobby .lick. Houston scout. 3 Wolf will report this wci4:i» ;lluust(in and pilch in fhr Air| can Association, The 1 Illusion (| will play in the National Li-:J next season. 1. n. 30, 11, 12. "13. 35 IS If) 21 22 CHICAGO i'AP) — Manager Paul Richards and the Bslmn.ire Orioles are playins the '.vaiiina same so far ?; the American League pcnnam race is con- u-i-rn-?'!- Ricliard.s. who -topped off in ChicaL'o i-.f tfixc in ihe \Vhiio Sux Cleveland same vvcnluaHy po?;- pr-nr-d >!rnuiay nich/. ^aid .ul his ch.b ner-ds if a hard hitting oni- ficklc-r •<; cr^vli in;n .si-rioin _ci.'Si- - t . . i ;. : -,vhy Sit.- v -ki' soing to either my infield or tht ziuclc-iss of a line, young pitching staff for an aaing outfielder." The Orioles ar«* languishing ir fifih p!ac«.-. S v ; games off tiie pace I'-iii fvicha'rii* isn't conceding ?. ihir,^ 10 anyone dcsj>ite his lack (.>? '.'.ufit !<: "rt^.t-r. -'The c-'.ntrac; was for i<i2 •_•,-!n>.rs.." he said, "and we've only plaji'd about a tjurd of the sea- we wanted to <!t-ai i'.v;(h v.-sntod one •:•: those youii^ 'pitcher?: and 1 decided I't . ; or Detroi: take _^ ; <,f Ithat pitch- irfg* the N'ew York '"Yankees' throw at you isn't exactly frightening.^ "! still think [his is a wide open BE CAR SAFE! wifh these SAFETY SPECIALS! Shock Absorbers • _ Tail Pipei Mufflers Wheel Balancing Wheel Rotation ALL ON EASY BUDGET TERMS Roy SrnaJly. former major ieasiue short5inp. manages ihe Reno -Silver Sox in llu- Class C California Lta-zue. Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Balling {based on 150 or more 'at bats) — Cash. Detroit. .360: Brandt. Baltimore. .354. Runs—M anile, New York. 5-!: Colavito. Detroit. 51. Runs b;:ltod in—Cash. Detroit. r>7: Maris. Xew York; 54. Hits — Piorsalf. Cleveland. X>: Kubc!;. Xew York. SO. Doubles—Power. Cleveland. 20: Romano. CleveSaiu' ami . O'Con- nc!l, Washington. 17. Triple-—Wood. Detroit. 6" Lan- dif?. "ohk'aso. Pie^ali. Cleveland and Kcouuh. V.-'ashington. 3. Tiomc runs—Maris. Xcv.- York. 25; Mantle. Xew York. 20. : Stolon bases—Apurieio. Chica: go. 20: Howser. Kansas City. Pitching f based on 3 or- i< decisions^—Ctram . Cleveland. : 1.000; i.atman. Cleveland. •outs—rFord, Xcv. York, Bosion Oluffelt 2-6 or Monbou-' cnielio t5 (>) a! Los Angeles (Grbs .=!-6>. night • NATIONAL LEAGUE } W L Pet GB Cincinnati ____ 3S 23 - .G23 — S. Francisco _. 36 23 .titX) T-j Los Ansjele? '__ 37 ,2G .5S7 2 Pittsbursii I-.- 30 27 .52G 6 St. Louis ______ 27 SO .474 9 Milwaukee ____ 26 30 .404 9Vi : Chicaec- ______ 22 36 .:i7S 14'^ Philadelphia __ IS SS .321 17'- Monday's Results ', No .games sc bed. sled Today's Games l'i;t-5>!ir.jh t Law 34> al Philudel- phia' ' Mahaffey »v6i. r.i^ht S; L;»ujs '(Sadecki - r v4 and Gibson. •!-3) :<! CincinisM! \ .lay !S-,i and Hr:<VK 0-2 >. i 2 '.. tvvi-lliuil! Sa!~: Fraiscisco .iMcCormick 7-5- a! Milwaukee (>i>n!m 7-7t. nigh? '•Los An;eU's fK;nifax 9-3) at Chi-' uS. lore 7-0. Willie Shoemaker won his firsl race on Schafter Y in a race at Golden Gate Fields. April 20, 1940. SIRVICI STORIS PHONE PR 5-3588 767 S. Main-Del Rio, Texas BUSINESSMEN learn to f/y... while you trove/ it's the modern PIPER way 1 Make your time ir.J asoncf Ao doubl* c'unr ' Ltj;a to £.j while tziveling lo »nd froro busir-eii »ppointmtnu. En route, one of cur qualified insuunon will check you out »! the cootrolt of tht euy-to-Jiy Piper Tri-Picer.-Ja thin corr.fortibie. •« puce »irpl»n«, with c<x>rdini:cd cont.-oh shxt mike tjiof •i siinplc »j driving £ «r, jou'JI b« reitif to icio in Ins timi thin jou'4 ihia't pouible. Trav»(" brechui*. •« DEL RIO FLYING SERVICE DEI RIO AIRPORT-PR 5-3 ill National League Bailing (based on ISO or more ;il hrstsf— Hoak. Piushurch. ."^: Pin son, Cincinnnt. .P.:iO. Huns—Mays. SJH Francisco, -59: Boiling, Milwaukee. 43. Huns bailed in—Cepeda. San Francisco. 53: Frecsc. Cincinnati. 47. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati. S3: Clemente, Pittsburgh, 74. Doubles — Coleman. Cincinnati. Ifi; Pinson. Cincinnati and .Mays. San Francisco, 15. Triples—V'irdori, Pittsburgh. 6: Wills. Los Angeles and Clememe and Stuart. Pittsburgh, -T. Home runs—Cepeda. San Francisco, 18; .Mathews, Milwaukee. 17. Stolen bases—Pinson. Cincinnati, 12; Aaron, Milwaukee.'!*. Pitching 'based on 3 or' more decisions)—Miller San Francisco, 6-0, 1.000; Mc.Mahon, Milwaukee. 3-0. 1.000. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Angeles, 97; Williams, Los Angeles, 85. TEXAS LEAGUE W L Pet GB Amnriilo ________ "!> 27 .Sni — San .'>.:^vr:io ____ ::.v ;'~* .515 5 T'.s'-a _ _________ 33 :>;; .5!W 6 \":c:;'ri;i ________ 33 03 .500 6 A-:-;::; .-. . _ ....... 34 '.'•-. .492 6'i Ar-::ir;>--re ________ 25 -H .4'W 12- i. Monday's Results TiiNa ". 2 - \ Vici.;r;a i 2. Austin 2-1 i 2nd game, i P. innsnp'si Amsrillo 2-2. San Antonio 0-1 (2nd S;i;r,o 19 innings Today's Games Austin r.: Tulsa An! more rn Amnrillo San An'-ii'iKi at \"ict»'»ria LL Mothers In Battle HOUSTON (AP>—Mrs. Dorthy Horton lakes her Little Leagxie baseball seriously so she is under charges today of simple assault upon another mother. Mrs. Morion. 32. wife of a part lime preacher, was charged in a complain! by Mrs. Mary Courtney. 3r>. v> hose husband coaches ill.* Eauies in the church-sponsored k'agu' 1 . "1 ;ook .a hnseball ulove and worked her over all rigbt." said Mrs. Horton.-" 1 ! don't think she'll be hoi hiring anybody else/ The Kaglcs los' to the ' Pirates •' Fridny niahi. Tlie Eagles claimet^ a win by default, charging a Pirate pitcher was ineligible. "• ."Porthy sinned bawling <mt my kid.> as she drove out of the park." paid Mrs. Courlnev. "1 told her to move oiv. She got a baseball clove and-came al me". She- laid into me with that glove. 1 had to run tr- set away from her." Fight Results Philadelphia — .limmy Soo. 140, Philadelphia, stopped -Irish Bobby Douglas. 113, Philadelphia. 0. Xew York — Tommy Tibbs. 131, Boston. outpointed -J.D. Ellis. 'Trenton. X.J., 136'.-?. 10. > PRODUCE I Watermelons 4 , bl 98c Colir. White MEATS USDA INSPECTED USDA GOOD : Loin Steak , b 79c : Ciub Steak lb 8Sc : Shoulder Steak lb . 59c : Potatoes:] 0 Jb5 ..39c! Ay\>i»o'"pr 'ftsd "'"'•" ''.'.-.',....-. "Grapes "'. .' lb . 2'3cj'-{"Roast Slab Bacon Texas Special BLUE PLATE COFFEE I*. »„ $] .29 {The Guest Coffee of Old New Orleans) 4* 4; 4( 4' , b .,49c : .^ 29c : "ib'59c FOLGER'S COFFEE ... 69c PINTO BEANS 5-l'u. bag -: "», ' t Prices Effective Wed., Thurs., Fri. & Sat., June 21 - 24 PtlKbuiy Pancake Mix Tide Auqc Pure Lard ,. Ib: p!<3 . .. Flour p:lllbury Wb . 41 c r , 9 , M 27c 2 , or -29c 49c Major League Stars j By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I Pitching—Jim Archer. A's, beat ! Yankees second time, 4-3, allow; ing seven hits and walking two. i Hitting—Norm Siebern, .A's, had i half of club's six tuts, driving in j two runs, scoring two and belting tying borne run in ninth that s«t up winning pinchhii homer by Wes CovTngton for 4-3 victory. LEAGUES ARE NOW BEING FORMED! INDIVIDUALS or TEAMS ARE INVITED TO REGISTER AT THE BOWLING CENTER or CALL PR 5-4313 AFTERNOON: 75c Bowling Fee Plus League Fee EVENING:, 90c Bowling Fee Plus League Fee PRICES: Adults 30c Children 25c Del Rio Bowling Center .801 AVE. F DEAL.'PR 5-4313 5-lb. ling Dew Drop All Gfflcn Spodfs Asparagus „,,.„,. 29c Del Monte Sauerkraut No . 303 {on 15c Diamond Sliced © DELICATESSEN ITEMS 6 FOR THAT QUICK LUNCH or JUST TO GET O'Oi OF THE KITCHEN-TRY TAG'S SNACKS BAR-B-Q POTATO SALAD TACOS CHILI WITH BEANS HOT TAMALES, Ready to Eat BAKED HAM, Sold by »he Slice ENCHILADAS Diamond Sliced Prp^PTVPC n- I on coci vt;i p;n*oppi<. 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