The Shreveport Journal from Shreveport, Louisiana on August 1, 1966 · 9
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'101)111 u INI:AV0 161)A1 tik1 uliL0 LAKE CHARLES ab r h rbi Niel If 3312 Janese 3b 4000 Rossitto ss 4 0 0 0 Fryer rf 3011 Gulch-0z rf 0000 Wicks p-lb 4 1 2 1 Wimberly cf 3 0 0 0 Z Johnson c 3 1 2 0 Levy lb 2100 Jackson p 0000 Ortego 2b 3000 JIM TYRER "accepted our ability" Lake Charles Drops Cobb's From Tourney Special to The Journal LAFAYETTE — T L James Contractors of Ruston and the New Iberia Cajuns the only unbeaten teams in the double elimination of North Louisiana regional American Legion Baseball Tournament bid for a berth in the finals here tonight in a 7:30 game at Clark Field COBB'S BARBECUE of Shreveport was the first casualty in the five-team t our n e y dropping a 1-0 heartbreaker to New Iberia Saturday and being ousted by the Lake Charles Stevedores 6-2 yesterday afternoon T L James Contractors upped their season record to 25-1 witha2-1deeisionover Lake Charles Saturday while New Iberia nipped Crowley 5-4 in the other Sunday game The winner of tonight's Ruston-New Iberia game advances to Wednesday night's finals and if the Contractors get the nod they'll have pitching ace Gary Crawford (9-1) rested for the clincher The winner of tonight's game will have two chances if necessary to win the tourney title Should they lose Wednesday they'll play the same team again Thursday COBB'S righthander James Gillespie suffered his first loss in 13 decisions this summer despite a fine three-hitter in Saturday's opener Huey Thibodeaux matched Gillespie's three-hitter as Gillespie fanned 12 hitters and Thibodeaux struck out 11 Barbecue batsmen New lb er ia got the game's only run in the third inning when Terry Etie hit a long triple to lett eenterfield and scored on a ground ball by Eddie Sorrell Yesterday's loss was a case of sloppy fielding (five errors) lost opportunities (10 Cobb's runners left on base) and too much Tony Niel NIEL TIIE Stevedores' leadoff hitter only got one hit ( an inside-the-park home run in the ninth inning) but he reached base three times scored each time and drove in a pair of runs Winning pitcher Dick Wicks and catcher Zeb Johnson had two hits apiece for the winners while Gillespie operating out of left field collected three of Cobb's five hits Two errors helped the Stevedores come from behind with a three-run burst in the fifth inning as Johnson hit a bad-hop single to start the rally Sonny Moss doubled home Gary Stephens who had been hit by a pitch and scored on Gillespie's first single as Cobb's scored ite two runs in the first inning — the only scores the Youree Drive-based team managed in its last three games CRAWFORD outdueled John Fryar who has been drafted by t h e Washington Senators as Ruston won its opener Saturday Singles by Allen Shorey and Jimmy Lindsey were the Con tractors' only hits off Fryar as the Stevedores managed four off Crawford Lindsey singled home Steve Barham who had walked and advanced on a passed ball for Ruston's first run J B Martin scored the winning run after he walked in the sixth inning advancing on a sacrifice bunt and error COBB'S ab r h rbt Stephens 3b 4 1 0 0 R Jhnsn 2b 5 0 0 0 Moss ss 4111 Gillespie If 4 0 3 1 Begeley c 2 0 0 0 Herter lb 4010 Hilger ct 3000 Beede rt 3000 Tompkins p 1 0 0 0 Barton p 1000 TOTALS 29 6 6 4 TOTALS 31 2 5 2 Lake Charles 100 030 011-6 Cobb's 200 000 000-2 E—Tompkins Stephens Fryar Moss Barton 2 LOB—Lake Charles 7 Cobbs 10 28—Moss HR—Niel S—Janese Ortego Niel Levy 2 Wimberly Z Johnson PITCHER'S RECORD IF R R ER BB SO Wicks (W) 7 5 2 2 6 2 Jackson 200000 Tompkins (L) 7 4 4 1 3 6 Barton 222110 HOP—Stephens Hilger by Wicks11— Luouette Loup Lenen T-2:20 Local Drivers Win Sports Car Autocross Meet COLUMBIA—In a Tr-Club Autocross meet held at the Caldwell Parish Airport yesterday Shreveport's Dixie Sports Car Club took honors in nine out of 16 events Armand Breard of Monroe posted the best over-all time with 60 sports cars entered in the day's competition THE SHREVEP ORTE R'S outlasted the Scuderia Washitaw Club of Monroe and the Alpine Club of Alexandria for top hhonors The Alexandria (Last of a Series) By SANDY PADWE Newspaper Enterprise Assn NEW YORK (NEA)--For six years the American Football League heard why it was inferior to the National League Then last June 8 about 4 pm Eastern time some 360 employes of nine AFL teams switched on their radios or picked up their local papers and learned they no longer were inferior but equal "Acceptance" said Jim Tyrer of the Kansas City Chiefs "is what we've been fighting for all these years and now we have it They accepted our ability when they decided to go through with the merger" TYRER A SIX-YEAR man with the Chiefs was questioned in a special pool of AFL player representatives to determine reaction to the merger Denver's Eldon Danehauer another six-year man served as the Broncos' player representative until a few weeks ago when he announced his retirement from pro football to enter By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer THEY STOPPED the music in the National League's game of musical first basemen and look who the winner is—Dick Stuart Dick Stuart? Bill White whom Philadelphia acquired from St Louis collected seven hits and drove in five runs yesterday and Orlando Cepeda whom St Louis acquired from San Francisco to fill the gap created by White's departure took over the league batting lead BUT STUART whom the Phillies got rid of after acquiring White took the Los Angeles Dodgers to the head of the league by rapping three hits driving in three runs and scoring the winning run in the Dodgers' 6-4 victory over St Louis : : AFL Players Elated Over 'Acceptance' Club will sponsor next month's event and the Dixie Sports Car Club will entertain the following month Complete results of the activities are listed below: MEN'S CLASSES A Production—Allen Allbritton Alpine B-Production—Bob Clendennen Dix ie D-Production—Joe Rink ie Washitaw EProduction—Bill Kellett Dixie F-Produclion—George Barron Dix ie G-Production—Bill Noland Dixie HProduction—Armand Breard Washitaw A-Sedan—Courtney Sherod Dix ie CSedan—Dale Buck ley Alpine D-Sedan-- Gale Robinson Dixie WOMEN'S CLASSES D-Production—K itten Hink ie Washitaw E-Production—Jorenda Reynolds Wash-'taw F-Production—Betty King Dixie G-Production—Cathy Angell Dixie HProduction—Jeannie Clements Dixie Layer Defeats Segura BINGHAMTON NY (AP) — Rod Layer beat Pancho Seguar 31-28 and 31-18 to vlan the $25- business His sentiments however speak for most of the players who have been in the AFL since its inception "I feel a pride of accomplishment in the merger" Danenhauer said "We had to overcome an awful lot of gripes from their side over the years Now they've accepted us" JACK KEMP of the Buffalo Bills is another charter member of the AFL "My first reaction" 'le said "was elation Those of us whu have grown up with the league are proud of its growth "My main worry now is preserving the identity of the American League after 1970 when everything goes into effect" And how will the AFL fare in competition with the NFL? "I think we're very close to the NFL in personnel" said Boston's Tom Addison who also played in the NFL with the Colts and Eagles "What we lack is depth They've simply had more players to work with" "WHEN YOU LOOK at some That victory plus Pittsburgh's losses 8-1 and 6-5 in 10 innings to Philadelphia vaulted the Dodgers over the Pirates and into first place by one percentage point San Francisco beat Atlanta 4-3 and made it a three-way jam at the top trailing the Dodgers by only three points The Dodgers Stuart's fourth team in three seasons picked up the colorful first baseman early in July after he had gone unclaimed for three weeks following his release by the New York Met& AS A MET IIE hit 218 In 13 games as a Dodger he's collected 14 hits in 38 at-bats for a lusty 348 average driven in nine runs and hit three of his seven homers And believe it or not he has yet to make even one of the errors he is so noted for "It's very exciting to be play II ANDB ALL CHAMPION—Bob Lindsay United States Handball Assn doubles champion of Austin Tex won the Deep South Tournament's singles here yesterday by defeating Art Moore of the Houston (Tex) YMCA 21-12 21-10 in the finals at the Central YMCA (Journal Photo by Bill Causey Jr) 000 Don Budge Masters Tennis Tournament Sunday Seguar gained the finals of the professional tournament with an upset victory over Ken Rosewall Amazing new TING CREAM dries instantly to powder—protective powder that kills fungus on 60 seconds contact relieves itching helps heal raw cracks between toes fast Cooling soothing pro lit ILILj Juu 1N L Sxut ii un I 1)tiniEtt Cii f LA uINLJAk 1 tAxL L t )J of the individuals we have in this league they're stronger than some of the NFL and vice-versa" Danenhauer said "I don't think there is any one team in our league that would be embarrassed in a game against the NFL Buffalo Kansas City and San Diego can match their top teams and Denver New York Houston Boston and Oakland can match their middle teams "I don't agree either that they have the stronger quarterbacks How many Unitases and Starrs are there? Jack Kemp could hold his own in the NFL and John Hadl (San Diego) is a very learned quarterback Joe Namath (New York) has yet to reach his potential" jug with a club that's fighting for the pennant" Stuart said "Everytime you get a base hit you know it means something" STUART'S performance overshadowed that of Cepeda whom the Cardinals went after in May when they realized White's winter departure had left too much of a hole at first Cepeda rapped three hits scoring two runs and driving in one and vaulted into first place in the batting race with a 339 mark - Elsewhere in the National League Houston whipped Cincinnati 7-0 before losing 10-6 and New York nipped Chicago 2-1 STUART SINGLED home a run in the first inning and homered in the third Then in the ninth with the Dodgers trailing 4-3 he doubled home the tying run then scored as John Roseboro singled The loss halted the Cardinals' winning streak at six games White ripped Pittsburgh apart American League Won Lost Pct Behind 13altimore 69 35 663 — Detroit 55 47 539 13 Cleveland 54 48 529 14 California 54 49 524 14172 Minnesota 51 52 495 1712 Chicago 51 53 490 18 New York 47 55 461 21 Kansas City 45 57 441 23 Washington 47 61 435 24 Boston 45 61 425 25 Sunday's Results Baltimore 4 Minnesota 0 Cleveland 3 California 2 Boston 5 Washington 2 Detroit 5-7 Kansas City 4-1 Chicago 4-5 New York 1-0 Today's Games New York (Talbot 9-7) at California (Wright 4-3) night Washington (Moore 20) at Kansas City (Terry 1-4) night Boston (Stange 3-4) at Minnesota (Grant 6-12) night Only games scheduled Texas Handball Ace Captures Deep South Title United States Handball Assn doubles champion Bob Lindsay of Austin Tex stole the show in the Deep South Handball Tournament which was concluded at the Central ' YMCA yesterday afternoon Lindsey won the singles championship with a 21-12 21-10 victory over Art Moore of the Houston YMCA and then teamed with Boris Orlin also of Austin to capture the doubles title with a 21-17 9-21 21-9 marthon verdict over former champions Alvis Grant INSTANT RELIEF FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT ITCH New medicated TING° CREAM kills fungi speeds healing checks recurrence— all without messy ointments tective--belps prevent reinfection keep feet dry and comfortable Greaseless stainless Get TING CREAM today! 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EXPERIENCE: 33 years in highway railroad levee dam wharf drainage river revetments construction and maintenance engineering Vote For The Mar Who Has The Time No 49 V C SHANNON COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS Headquarters Phone 424-5379 paid For by V C Shannon By The Associated Press "I've always maintained" said Houston's Fred Glick that our stronger teams are on par with theirs Now we'll find out" "WE'VE HEARD a lot" Tyrer said "how our quarterbacks and defensive secondary can't match theirs I don't believe it Football is a game of mental attitude The team that makes the least mistakes the day of the championship game will win I don't believe in paper comparisons The only real comparison is out there on the field" "The main thing in everyone's mind" adds Ernie Wright of San Diego "is the competition between the leagues The championship is going to be a NL Race Tight As a Drum tuart Bats Bums smashing three doubles his 18th homer and a single and driving in five runs in the Phil-lies' opening-game victory He added a double and a single in the nightcap but the Phil lies needed a run in the 10th to AVin it Tony Gonzalez singled was sacrificed to second and came home on Doug Clemens' two-out pinch hit single The Pirates had tied the game with four runs in the eighth two on Willie Stargell's double and one in the ninth on Darold Knowles' id pitch IIAL LANIER PACED the Giants' victory over Atlanta He rapped four straight singles drove in two runs and scored another Willie Mc Covey's 20th homer in the seventh inning proved decisive Houston's Dave Giusti shut out Cincinnati on three hits and drove in a run in the opener Rusty Staub knocked in three runs for the Astros who halted their seven-game losing streak National League Won Lost Pct Behind Los Angeles 59 42 384 — Pittsburgh 60 43 583 — San Francisco 61 44 581 — St Louis 54 48 529 51's Philadelphia 55 49 529 5'2 Cincinnati 50 53 485 10 Houston 49 54 476 11 Atlanta 48 56 462 1212 New York 47 55 461 12ra Chicago 32 71 311 28 Sunday's Results Philadelphia 8-6 Pittsburgh 1-5 2nd game 10 innings Houston 7-6 Cincinnati 0-10 San Francisco 4 Atlanta 3 Los Angeles 6 St Louis 4 Los Angeles 6 St Louis 4 New York 2 Chicago 1 Today's Games San Francisco (Gibbon 3-6) at New York (Friend Al) night Houston (Bruce 2-8 ) at Philadelphia (Cults 34) night Los Angeles (Koutax 17-51 at Pittsburgh (SiFk 4-2) night Cicinnatt (O'Toole 3-3) at St Louis (Washburn 9-4) night Only games scheduled and John Schoellkopf of the Dallas Athletic Club In singles semifinals yesterday morning Lindsay bombed Manuel Sala of New Orleans 21-0 21-1 and Moore outlasted Dr Cecil Lloyd of Shreveport 21-16 18-21 21-12 Blackwalls or Whitewalls No Money Down Free Mounting (INCLUDES FID U TAX) and 4 recappable tires Same road-gripping tread design that comes on our new-car tires! 100 Goodyear Tufsyn Rubber—Fine quality read rubber that is compounded for maximum mileage )ower Cushion tread design I SHREVEPORT 3424 Southern Phone 865-5641 Lifioonfvviti -i4 catalyst for better performances all year If you win that game it's going to be a nice Christmas" Switching to a totally different area the American League's pension plan has caused concern among some of the representatives - JACK KEMP president of the AFL Players Assn also is a member of the pension committee "The pension" he said "will be brought to parity with the NFL by 1970 I have been assured that I will sit down with the league commissioner and Mr Ralph Wilson (also members of the committee) and pursue the means by which we can upgrade the plan for those founding players who will retire before 1970 "I feel it is the good intention of the owners and the players association to maximize the retirement plan for these players at the earliest possible date" On the subject of salaries options and possible anti-trust action against pro football- Kemp's opinion was considerably shorter: "No comment" Eastern League Sunday's Results Pittsfield 4 Elmira 3 Pawtucket 3 Williamsport 2 Waterbury 9 York 8 22 Innings - Southern League Sunday's Results Montgomery 7 Mobile 5 Knoxville 4-9 Evansville 3-2 Asheville 5-3 Charlotte 4-1 4 FOR $4949 GOODEAR SERVICE STORES Open Daily 8:30 to 5:30 to First and the Reds' five-game winning string THE REDS came back in the second garnet scoring four runs in the fifth and three in the eighth on Tommy Helms' bases-loaded double Leo Cardenas capped the fifth-inning rally by OLDTIMERS AT BOWLING REUNION —This is a few of the men who were in attendance at Saturday's reunion honoring former Jordan Lanes and Shreveport Bowling Center bowlers held at Freestate Lanes Those attended participated in a three game handicap tournament in which scores were exceptionally good Kneeling from left to BOSSIER CITY 98 Benton Road Phone 424-3278 THE OTHER representatives however were more talkative "I don't think the vets will sce a lot of the money" said Oakland's Wayne Ha w kin s "The owners will try to recoup the money they've given out the last few years in rookie bonuses It's just smart business to save and make a profit They should make it too "Already the people in the Bay Area are talking about a game between the Raiders and 49ers They won't be able to build a stadium big enough to accommodnte the fans for that one As for options "THE OPTION"AddIson said "is sort of shot with the merger The only place you can go now is Canada—if you want to play there" "Playing out options isn't discussed too much" Wright said "Basicallythe player feels it's a battle he can't win Through the years anyoue playing out his option well his chances of getting with another club were almost nil" stealing home Bob Shaw checked Chicago on five hits as New York moved within 212 games of sixth place Chuck Hiller drove in the !ties' first run with a double and Ed Kranepool tripled and scored the second run on Cleon Jones' single It's vacation time FINANCE INC Jack Brisco former NCAA wrestling champion hopes to be greedy tonight when he tangles with junior world heavy Nvcight champion Danny Hodge in a title wrestling bout here at 8:15 o'clock at Municipal Auditorum Brisco barely missed claiming the title last week He pinned Hodge in the first fall but time ran out before either grappler could muster sufficient strength to down the other Brisco was so impressive that promoter LeRoy McGuirk agreed to give the Oklahoma State ace a second chance Japan's Tom Kamata will meet Pepi Gomez in the one-fall opener The semi-final sends Ann Casey against Jessica Rogers in the best of three falls Miss Casey and Miss Rogers are rated two of the nation's best gal grapplers A Financing Plan for Every ?food Brisco Hodge Go In Wrestling Event right are: Cletus Swann Bruce Ford Douglas Attaway Robert Peron and Eddie Zinselmeier Standing left to right: Cotton McCoy Val Painter Sr Dr Rudolph Lea Newt J Drew Ivy Sweeney the oldest to register at 8112 Bill Kahn and Leonard Porta (Journal Photo by Don Graham) - ASSOCIATES A NIINE TOM ADDISON "we're very close " REPRESENTATIVE PAYMENT SCHEDULES for prompt service Above payments include principal and charges on loans if paid on schedule but do riot include charges on Group Lite and Disability Insurance Choose your own payments—then give us a call Quick courteous service at over 700 offices coast to coast 1704 Market Street SHREVEPOR1424-7193 6224 HEARNE AVE 635-8134 le CASH MONTHLY PAYMENT You RECEIVE 24 MOK--— — 30 RIOS— 36—MOS:-- —$1000 ' $ 5E23 $ 4301 $ 3758 —$1500 $ 7684 $ 6452 $ 56737— $2000 $10246 $ 8602 $—515 —$2500 $12807 ' $10753 $ 9394 —$30—Ter— $153 69 —$129 03 $11273 lose " e Go Event r NCAA hopes to n he tand heavyty Hodge out here TunicipaI d claimeck He first fall re either sufficient other sive that McGuirk )klahoma !hance ata will the one--Ids Ann a Rogers ills Miss zers are on's best in five runs yesterday and Or- up the colorful first baseman scoring two runs ana anving in rates ha d tied the game with oer Atlanta 1 lando Cepeda whom St Louis early in July after he had gone one and vaulted into first place four runs in the eighth two on acquired from San Francisco unclaimed for three weeks fol- in the batting race with a 339 Willie Stargell's double and one I II to fill the gap created by lowing his release by the New mark in the ninth on Darold Knowles' Alets - Elsewhere in the National -'''''f it ' s070)- White's departure took over York ' - II td pitch ' the league batting lead ' League Houston whipped CM- V l' "41!'“k AS A MET IIE hit 218 In 13 cinnati 7-0 before losing 10-8 07400400 ' -4 '" A IIAL LANIER PACED the 04) X-' BUT STUART vvhom the games as a Dodger he's collect- and New York nipped Chicago Giants victor !0' :- :' ' '- ' y v at Phillies got rid of after acquir- ed 14 hits in 38 at-bats for a 2-1 )0(:" ' 0 4i- ::' -'E' U '- '''': t : l : : ' tt-'7 He rapped four straight singles : : -$7 ::- "'! ing White took the Los An- lusty 343 average driven in STUART SINGLED home a drove in two runs and cored geles Dodgers to the head of nine runs and hit three of his i I-:: -A - : the ' H -09 - 1414:' ':‘'' - ' e eagu b ers run in the first inning and anot e y rapping three seven homers her V1 illie l‘l coey s Cv 20th ::-!1f4 : C0:" : : ' : : 0 ' 4) N homered in the third Then in homer in the seventh inning '"' 't1'4 '4!!' -' '::01' :: -i hits driving in three runs and And believe it or not he has the ninth with the Dodgers proved decisive lr' i' - 4 : scoring the winning run in the yet to make even one of the - - trailing 4-3 he doubled home Houston's Dave Giusti shut ::r! 40 1 - : - -4 t: - : 1 Dodgers' 8-4 victory over St errors he is so noted for : - Louis "It's very exciting to be play- the tying run then scored as out Cincinnati on three hits and 10111-4t 00 1 V: :::::: ' - John Roseboro singled The loss drove in a run: in the opener - '4 ::: ag A - --- 1:: - halted the Cardinals' winning Rusty Staub knocked in three ' el ''"wP''' : 4 :0 ) ' ': : ' w ' -i7 streak at six games runs for the Astros who halted :' ' -mig '" - '-: '' ': rt'''MTeVM1"10'11M:ZYPV17777V::::nr::''''" ::'' : White ripped Pittsbur oh apart their seven-game losing streak ' :0' - r a F t it! 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' Boston 45 61 425 25 Chicago - 32 71 311 28 t A - - - - :: ' 1 ii :H::i:::::::-jV1:::irs Sunday s Results Sunday s Results o::' : : :: '' ::WJW" ' Vg i:: l :i: :::-:: i:Hi::HJ:meA" : " Baltimore 4 Minnesota 0 Philadelphia 8-6 Pittsburgh 1-5 2nd :!:' 41 :-:::-:::::: ::''': A't-::1 '" Cleveland 3 California 2 Boston 5 Washington 2 Detroit 5-7 Kansas City 4-1 game 10 innings Houston 7-6 Cincinnati 0-10 OLDT13IERS AT BOWLING REUNION right are: Cletus Swann Bruce For :!::!:i::t : :!:!:: i!0:: : l San Francisco 4 Atlanta 3 ir - tra"7 LI:the 4'7 vACrhilgchatgo i34)-5 New York 1-0 Inoidgahyt's Games Lo Los Angeles n les 66 SSt LoLouis s 4 4 s Age t ui New York (Talbot 9-7) at California New York 2 Chicago 1 Today's Games - : Washington (Moore 2-0) at Kansas City San Francisco (Gibbon 3-6) at New Tit (Terry 1-4) night York (Friend 4-111 night ell ieff (GBatton612()SIlizet 3-4) at Minnesota ici-ulift:stn) -hia 3-4 o (Bruce 28 )at PhiladelP night : " '" : - ' ' ik iiiV' :iv(03 : i only games scheduled Los Angeles (Koutax 17-5) at Pittsburgh This is a few of the men who were in Douglas Attaway Robert Peron and attendance at Saturday's reunion hon- Eddie Zinselmeier Standing left to oring former Jordan Lanes and Shreve- right: Cotton McCoy Val Painter Sr port Bowling Center bowlers held at Dr Rudolph Lea Rewt J Drew Ivy Freestate Lanes Those attended par- Sweeney the oldest to register at 8112 io::i :4-:i: w : Cicinnati (OToole 31 (si 4-2) night :::'4 IF- -: ' i: :-:!::0 ro 1 ' -3 00two:77-'-- - i ' 3 (Journal - at St Louis ticipated in a three game handicap Bill Kahn and Leonard Porta :'t::i -11r-t-::::- '-':-N?p:- - ri ts-: - : Texas Handball (Washburn 9-els) night eicluied tournament in vvhich scores were ex- Photo by Don Graham) :::::is:::: ::i':::i:':eV:'r00t1':' ceptionally good : :-:tI ::::::3'i Kneeling from left to :::'::::-:::::E':: -:':::i a:' :: :":441 Ace Captures and John Schoellkopf of the :: ' ::':4:": :)q)?0 a4:-ogiVii:::: : :- :'i:: Dallas Athletic Club Eastern League :i:::'I:': ''':k : :i'' A':::K::?i4A: ::::::!:'::H4?' :':-:5:''': Sunday's Results Pittsfield 4I I's vacaion '':!'--' Ifto" ' ' ''''ktH:': ::::' :::' ' ' - : : 4 Title day morning Lindsay bombed ' :::::E4 Deep South Ti In singles semifinals yester- t'a'''1117t Elmira 3 t t 3 Wil i msport 2 4: - V 9 Yerika8 22 innings time! - Manuel Sala of New Orleans - :- : -:-- I ' United States Handball Assn 21- 21-1 and Southern League Snday's Results f 04:" ' i ig--q:-::i' -h"'I' Dr0 Cec Moore outlasted il Lloyd of Shreveport Montgomery u 7 Mobile 5 - : ' 4 Atoes44-1' ''-' : : II A N D B A L L ClIAIIIPION—Bob Lindsay United doubles champion Bob Lind- 21-16 18-21 21-12 Knoxville 4-9 Evansville 3-2 ' t 41° - say oIf Austin Tex stole the Asheville 5-3 Charlotte 4-1 ' 44411V-::' 't States handball Assn doubles champion of Austin sh w ' on the Deep South Hand- :: r: :' :' 0:Itn''':4ittt 4-- Tex won the Deep South Tournament's singles here ball Tournament which was r zz'i 07:-kt 44:54?77" t yesterday by defeating Art Moore of the Houston concluded at the C e n t r a 1 Any Size Goodyear Quarty Retreä I s : 0-)0(:4 : (Tex) YMCA 21-12 21-10 in the finals at the Central 'YMCA yesterday afternoon mommoognors 3 4 YMCA (Journal Photo by Bill Causey Jr) Lindsey won the singles ‘:::i: i: '''' 0: ! :- r -:p:c - f-1 a - - isity' ::iA - championship with a 21-12 'i:::::- : ii: :- 21-10 victory over Art Moore 0:::: :04 4--V- :":: 4))$"' ---0 ' 0 't-0000 : 404- 093 ti0 t( r- 70 i - - : C : ')'' o:" z ''It'i ' : ' of the Houston YMCA and then :':i:::::: J 41" :V 1: if:e: 1' i'' 0 7' :: ' '01' :?'0 ore- :4 Club will sponsor next month's 000 Don Budge Masters Tennis teamed with Boris Orlin also ::: ' ii' '-' -'''' 3':: : i' e -e c ::'4:: - -40::t' ---i - '':n-ildolpolk tr ::- 4 r )s i : ' to Vi::ii0P ' 4' '- :! WV 's event and the Dixie Sports Car Tournament Sunday Seguar of Austin to capture the dou- : :- :' 5 '0 i!'--' P: :'-: i l' :: '- ::'f ing month sional tournament with an upset --'' 0 tv : Club will entertain the follow- gained the finals of the profes- bles title with a '21-17 9-21 :::::::: ' :''' '? e- !: s?' i' : ::: t 4 : : -4 4- tri:04i - ' 1 ig40 Complete results of the ac- il victory over Ken Rosewai 21-9 marthon verdict over : ' '' '- ' ':' ::'":' ‘::: :- :i - :w ' former champions Alvis Grant : f -s: : :::: "? ''Q - : tivities are listed below: 4 ' ) 0': '''' 5 't:''' : :4 ''t - ' i : -- i:: q '-i'': - kS c : 4 ' ? - ''' i e INSTANT RELIEF FOR ' At'141 ':' V MEN'S CLASSES : e' : i 4 : H : A Production-Allen Allbritton Alpine '' ': '' 'i s' :'' (!':: ' '' ' - B-Production-Bob Clendennen Dix ie 4: 's'l b : 3: 2 i 3-Production-Joe Hinkie Washitaw E t ? i - : i ACegium 4004 401A -'-4- ::::':: 3 kA l' '''1 '' 'Ili' ist 1 ':: ' :'1 1' see t''''''''f''' is Y '''''L ::A''' ''' Production-Bill Kellett Dixie F-Produc- 7 : j J ''e '''' 4: 4 3' ' : :- '1011—George Barron Dixie G-Production-Bill Noland Dixie H- 4 :: 'rkr-gZj:Ill-ne-o-fi'rrt7-11eaynd SPrcrlch oWxaisehitavd: '1 lk':: 5edan-Dale Buckley Alpine D-Sedan- q6' :iale Robinson Dixie y WOMEN'S CLASSES N - ? D-Production-Kitten Hinkie Washitaw : '1::: tt-'- ' ': ''':kir 1 - EProduc )1— -tion-Jorenda Reynolds Wash - : : :r :k -!ik : ti-i: 4 -" or I : ': taw F-Production-Betty Kingt Dixie New medicated TING° CREAM kills fungi speeds healing - - 4 ? i for :3-Production-Cathy Angell Dixie H- checks recurrence-all without messy ointments ' - - : r Production-Jeannie Clements Dixie - :: ' 5 Amazing new TING CREAM dries tective-helps prevent reinfection :t-l - '4: ' '"- : - i - 11 Layer Defeats Segura instantly to powder--protective keep feet dry anled comfortable : : -:-V07 ' :- : 4 : AdUl l'-'4 prompt service powder that kills fungus on 60 Greaseless stainss Get TING : - --- I BINGHAMTON NY (AP) - seconds contact relieves itching CREAM today! Available at all IASSOCIAtES :: Rod Laver beat Pancho Seguar helps heal raw cracks between drug counters Money back guar- - - '---::-:-- - ---------4-4--------:::'----------------: 31-28 and 31-18 to wpn the $25- toes fast Cooling soothing pro- antee by the manufacturer ADv 1 Blackwalls or Whitewalls REPRESENTATIVE PAYMENT SCHEDULES CASH MONTHLY PAYMLAIT you 7 RECEIVE 24 MOK""-- — 30 MOS:— 36-MOS:— - :: : Aie 4' -' No Money Down 4 FOR $4949 --$1-000 ' $ 51-25 principal a: 8d 6$ 4301 $ 3758 : - ' :' '''' 404'- ''' ::: e e ' 4 ' "- ' t'l!t :' :: : : i'":—':: '! : i ' sHAnnori9s THE l'ilArl! —$1500 $ 7684 $ 6452 ' 567 73— Free Mounting $ EXPERIENCE: 33 years in highway Above payments include car tires! 100 Goodyear Tu syn Rubber-Fine qua charges on loans if paid 4: '''' railroad 'f:eltesli irtatilV' : :f : - - levee dam wharf drainage river revet- vr — ' - t ' 1 I (INCLUDES FiD LtTAX) and4 recappable tires Same road-gripping tread design that comes on our new tread rubber that is compounded for maximum mileage ) $2000 $10246 —$2500 $-7515 $12802 ' $10753 $ 9394 —$30-7)-Cr— $15369 --'—$12903 $11273 on schedule but do not include charges on Group Lite and Dis- ability Insurance 1 ments construction and maintenance en- ower Cushion tread design Choose you - 4 r Quick own payments-then give us a call 'i - courteous service at over 700 offices coast to coast gin ee ring I sgifflit‘ dt--- - — I A NIINE r x:-- :::?ff:':"'":4 ''' : :::: :: : : f': '': ' ' : ' : 4''' 't - :''''? s'' 1::::) : 44100ba! 'T441iRó::' "7'i!: : : :i'i ' " ea '1 ':- t Ilts''''' i ' ti:::' '' : ::: : ::: s:: 1 s Al!' : entatives kin s 11:?'5: r ":" 1 1 g777717:1: : :7! : 71:::::!::::1:-: alkative ''::::::' :IA : '''''''' sk "::::'!::::: vets will i'::::'::f:::)Aff:1:'-1::::::'''::::!:'::- ey said ::::::!::::::'::: ' ::::::: '-::::f-:::'1':' w ':::'if::'::::::::' i 1:':'?':':: ::::::i ::s::::::- 1 itonivertreoc000kttliet :: :::':::: ::::::::t'': t:::':::: ::::::' ''' '' ' : lart busi- ':i74 too refit -4iiii"17"4'w j - :i le in the ' : ' about a '7 — LOALWAV WI IIIALF LPL w w ALALga It saaau ! CASH MONTHLY PAYMLAIT ---$$11050000 $ 5E23 You RECEIVE 24 1410-C"— — 30 RIOS— 36—MOC— ' Local Drivers - 4 40f-- SHAIIIJOII'S I No Money Down 4 FOR $4949 $ 4301 $ 3758 Free Mounting $ 7684 $ 6452 $ 507— al $2000 $10246 $ 8602 $ 7515 Win Sports Car :'6:-- : - :!: (INCLUDES FID U TAX) and 4 recappable tires —$2500 $12807 ' $10753 $ 9394 '' 104r4w- ' : t Autocross Meet- A-v--e!tn Ifri:: EXPERIENCE: 33 years in hg ihway rat oa car tires I 100 Goodyear Tufsyn Rubber—Fine quality ild Same road-gripping tread design that comes on our new- -----S3o—T-)0--- $153 69 —$129 03 $11273 Above payments include principal and charges on loans if paid t ''' -:' ''''' levee dam wharf drainage river revet- : fread rubber that is compounded for maximum mileage on schedule but do riot include charges on Group Life and Dis- A V''' - - ' ability Insurance COLUMBIA-1n a Tri-Club A ments construction and maintenance en- s c e' ' )ower Cushion tread design Autocross meet held at the 5:il ' A Choose your own payments—then give us a call Quick Caldvvell Parish Airport yester- p': ---r:4: !- gineering courteous service at over 700 offices coast to coast day Shreveport's Dixie Sports -: :e - i tQiw!)tbsate G 0 0 DiV EAR Car Club took honors in nine '': t-' or The Mar Who Has The Time No 49 out of 16 events kg-0 Vote F SERVICE STORES A Financing Plan for Every Nood Armand Breard of Monroe posted the best over-all time t V IC o sHANNom ASSOCIATES THE SHREEP 0 A d with 60 sports cars entered in : :i SHREVEPORT BOSSIER CITY the day's competition - - ':- FINANCE INC 3424 Southern 98 Benton Road assros tre 1 V It T E It S - ! COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS Phone 865-5641 Phone 424-3278 outlasted the Scuderia Washi- ' ' :t:::: 1704 Market Street SHREVEPORT-424-7193 i I : nwF v Headquarters Phone 424-5379 Paid For by V C Shannon 6224 HEARNE AVE 635-8134 I Open Daily 8:30 to 5:30 taw Club of Monroe and the ' Alpine Club of Alexandria for top hhonors The Alexandria - - - '' - - — - A to :: o11 ! l ! i :: : :::::i:':'-:e4 ' ':-' --- ::'- :::' '$si':'::::::::i:2i::':'::':::--14-&KI:'::::-::::::::::::-i:::-:-'::'::::::: i::: :: 144:::':: :: ''s t ' - -4bit4 1::- t ::ii'' i :i::: ::i:- :::i::i A: '' :::: -:::: :'::: ::: :: : ::i :- :' ' : :::: :: : ii f AFL P I ( : :::d:t : k ::::::::: :: :: : (Last of a Series) business Hi tt i:-!::: -:: :':: :::: ever speak By SANDY PADIVE :::i:e4:::—::$40:: : players whc -1110 : Newspaper Enterprise Assn AFL since – ' " "I feel a I : i NEIV I ORK tNEA) For six met i th — nn ( years the American Football hauer said : :::: 71 Irle4gt heard tT thee IA h N at iPhny it alLvie'aacisuiente- ::: ' ::::: ::: ::: ' 1! Then last June 8 about 4 IZA:53 oti)-ititte t ci r ac Now they'vi : : ::i pm Eastern time some 360 employ r: ':' :: ::::I' es of nine AFL teams JACK KE ::' '!'-:7::i'A switched on their radios or Bills is ano -0 picked up their local papers ber of the ) ::::-- :::: : :e- and learned they no longer "My first olyttutvo I Altierit11 D S aftvwletoOweltP

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