Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on June 6, 1957 · 55
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Thursday Evening June 6 1957 'RHYTHM ON MOUND:' CHICAGO June 6 (41--Right- handed pitcher Dick Donovan has found "rhythm on the mound" and it may mean a pennant tune for the high-flying Chi cago White Sox The rangy 29-year-old Irishman from Quincy Mass Wednesday notched his fifth victory against one defeat and turned in his fifth complete game in his last six starts by taming the Red Sox 6-2 with a' well-paced eight hitter Ray Berres who handles the pitchers for White Sox Manager Al Lopez commented Thursday that Donovan has rectified a timing fault he had last year when he had a disappointing 4-4 record for the first half of the season "It was a matter of rhythm" said Herres "Dick was getting his body ahead of the hall last year His timing was off and he was ineffective as a result Now he has his rhythm back and his delivery is smooth and deceiving" Donovan agrees with Herres and adds: "I never had better stuff than I have this year" Lopez observes: "Dick hasn't —Associated Press Wirephuto CLOBBERED CATCHER—Tape adorns the nose of Catcher Yogi Berra of Yankees who suffered slight fracture Wednesday night when foul tip broke bar in his mask Those familiar with the game of golf can skip this get on their spiked hip boots and hustle to the course for a round of what once was called cow-pasture pool but now is better described as water polo with mallets r )This is for the uninformed and they'll just - omilitC- ro' - --! hae to read on to decide whether they should '' ") haAe skipped too Ot '111'N The issue is what in blazes a golfer means f i "ye - 1 -- - when he says I was hitting the ball good but - il ' ' ' ' couldn't score" or ''l didn't play well but I scored DOUG FORD resident with a BY GENE GREGSION Star-Trietram Sports Writer good Merely another example of the enigmatic nature of the game that is but one which frequently arises when a tournament is played and might possibly hxce confused folks with lessthan-liberal knosledge of the sport The better to explain it let's take two personal illustrations on their current performances Doug Ford is a golfer who swings at the hall something on the order of a lower Richland Hills mop in us hands Occasionally he will not get the ball off the ground and more often it will not go on a direct line to the green but rather in a hurry toward trouble lie thus terms himself "king of the groundhogs" S I S THE DIFFERENCE IS AROUND ON THE GREENS But even if he is not the picture-perfect golfer Ford scores well and makes far too much money at the game for someone like us to be making disparaging remarks about how he does it Ben Ilogan doesn't ha e the finest golf swing—Sam Snead usually gets that billing—but Began does a fair country job of sending the golf ball where he wants it to go So much better so from tee to green for example that it causes a shudder to mention him with Ford But Hogan hasn't been scoring well in relation to his playing The difference of course is araund and on the greens Ford has a keen scrambling touch (beginner's dictionary: Scrambler is one who scrambles) he can rake the ball up near the hole and get it down in two strokes where less-gifted golfers might need three or four or more shots Others have this remarkable facility This is where the "scoring" Is done in golf around and on the greens A duffer may not agree entirely since he's apt to lose numerous strokes hitting off the tee into a pond 0 0 THERE'S BETTER REASON FOR THE FUNNEL IDEA But with better golfers the line between a good score and a fine score is that drawn between ball and cup on the green or the area around the green This is the knack Hogan has lost or lacked in consistency as late as last week A player who can "gct it- down in two" from off the green or one-putt every once in a while can score well even though he may not be letter-perfect from tee to green And a player who can not "get it down in two" from off the green and can not sink a putt every once in a while can score badly even though he's playing well from tee to green If Hogan were chipping and putting as of old he might not have advanced the idea but now he contends that golf is two separate games and should be played separately or amended "You play one game in the air (tee to green) and the other On the ground (putting)" he says "and they don't belong together" lie has facetiously suggested that the greens be shaped like a funnel with the cup in the center so that the man who does the best from tee to green would automatically make the better score We have a better reason for shaping the greens like that The water would drain off quicker Poly Assistant Coach Goes to Junior High Post Preston Thompson assistant football and bead baseball coach at Poly has been switched to Handley Junior High School replacing Ronny McBee Announcement of the move was made Thursday morning by City Schools Athletic Director Her-roan Clark Thompson came to Poly from McLean in 1930 and for the past three years has served on the varsity football staff He led Poly to one state baseball championship Thompson who lives in Meadowbrook requested the move Clark reported and it was approved by Poly Principal C A Thompson McBee was promoted to head basket hall coach at Handley when Charles Johnson recently resigned Thompson's move from Poly leaves two vacancies to be filled at that school The fifth coaching position isk open as well as the assistant football-head baseball Job 1 FLIP SIDE A PENNANT TUNE? pitched a bad game this season His control is fine and he doesn't ever quit" Donovan never has maintained a full-season stride for the White Sox who obtained him from Atlanta Southern Association club of the Milwaukee Braves in September 1954 In 1955 Donovan had won 13 of 17 Sox decisions by July 31 and then was sidelined by an appendectomy Some observers thought that was the killing blow to the Chi-Sox' pennant chances of that season Ile wound up 1955 with a 15-9 mark Last year Donovan struggled IN FRANCE U S Golfer Scores Upset CHANTILLY France June 6 Y—With a rather routine first round out of the way—along with the weekend g9lfers who became its casualties — experts looked for the pressure to mount Thursday in the French Internagional Amateur Golf Tournament Interest centers on the match between France's Henri de Lamaza who has won the Chantilly tournament the last three years in a row and seven years in all and George Iacono of the U S embassy staff in Paris Topseeded Lamaza drew a bye into the second round The winner of the match will play an afternoon match against the winner of the meeting betAeen Paul Coste of Jamestown R I and Canada's Harry Archibald Fourth seeded former U S Public Links Champion Gene Andrews of Beverly Hills Cal meets Richard Nash of Warrenton Va in another top interest match Nash won from Max Landphere of Atherton Cal 2 up in the first round Ardrews beat Britain's Charles Dugan-Chapman 6-5 Dunlap 'Unretires: Will Rejoin Sports SHREVEPORT La June 6 :1" r Grant Dunlap who led the Texas League in batting in 1952 is com ing out of retirement to join the Shreveport Sports Dunlap remained out of baseball last season while serving as i baseball and basket ball coach t at Occidental College of Los An t gelcs Dunlap who played with Shreveport in 1951 and 1952 will join the club Thursday Bud and Stan 811 CLUB 1912 Hemphill TWO BIG FLOOR SHOWS NIGHTLY THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Reservations Held 7i1 I PM Only FOUR ALL STAR ACTS TWO EXOTICS Fleet Shows 930 end WELCOME SHRINERS! THE BIG APPLE Barbecued Ribs Beef and Chicken At Its Best Notionally Famous 706 Cliff St MA 4-0056 FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM to a 4-4 record the first half of the season and then spurted to win eight and finish with a respectable 12-10 record It is doubly important to Pilot Lopez that Donovan hold his own as a front-line pitcher since Lefty Jack Harshman a 15-game winner last year is having trouble finishing of late Chicago's Billy Pierce of course is the American League's winningest pitcher with nine vietories Veteran Jim Wilson has a 5-2 record while Harshm an is 4-1 Donovan was knocked out in his first two starts this year but Dallas Opens Cats' 6-Day Home Stand 11 With fair weather forecast the Fort Worth Cats looked forward Thursday to improvement in their luck as they prepared to open a six-game stand at home: Against Dallas Thursday and Friday 1 1 i nights starting at 7:45 and ' Tulsa the next four dates second straight one-run defeat suffered in Dallas and the sixth Larry Sherry hard-throwing re- consecutive contest decided by very close scores Five of the siN 4 cent addition to the staff has were lost Not since last Thurs or: been announced as the starting day when they clipped Shreve pitcher Thursday lie has a 22 port 3-1 have the Cats won one I record hut is without a decision against Dallas but they were rained out twice A Murray Wall 30-year-old curve- bailer is scheduled to work for By allowing the Eagles to score three runs after two were out anc 4 Dallas The tall (63) right-hand- none on in the third inning thE er has an 83 record and hopes to Cats put themselves in a bad hole 4 become the first pitcher in the Wednesday but they eventually fought back to within one run ol 1: league to notch No 9 in '57 Be has won one and lost one in the league leaders and were li ? brushes with the Cats nally nipped by an unearned rur The 4-3 game that they lost in in the seventh inning After thal ?r they surged back and were pre k Dallas Wednesday night was the f FORT WORTH Th Itzapple0 5 0 2 2 2 0 ': DPviln 2 5 0 1 2 3 0 : 1166sr1 3 1 1 0 0 :- W:cf 2 1 1 3 0 Stamte 1 40 0111 - Eiltier c 3 0 0 6 3 Ills' 1 2 1 1 2 0 March m 1 2 1 1 2 0 S'-:Ii:e 1 10 001 Iorey 1 0 1 0 0 Payrslch0 0 0 0 0 0 2Davls 1 0 0 0 0 - — — — — -- Tot Cs 31 3 6 24 13 DALLAS AB R H 0A E TAY:or 3 4 1 2 1 Ta s 4 1 2 1 McCovev 1 3 0 0 Testat 4 0 1 7 Taasks et 4 0 1 2 m-t-f c 3 0 0 2 ic7er 1 3 0 1 1 Cnsnlidj 2 2 0 1 4 Ron 2 2 1 0 M4AwaerP 0 0 0 0 - - - - - Tota:t 29 4 9 27 10 0 Fort Worth non t6-0 129 - 3 8 1 Da:as 063 0041 10x -4 9 0 1St4le1 for frodtre In 7th 2Flted out for Parnich 9 13111-Tast!or 2 Tate Wltanct:e 1-13&! 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Colors: Red Blue Green I was not the pitcher of record In either In his third start he went all the way for a victory and then suffered his lone setback in a complete game against Boston May 7 In his last 52 innings Donovan has permitted 12 earned runs Donovan got off to a shaky start against the Red Sox Wednesday allowing two runs and six hits in the first three innings But he blanked Boston the rest of the way allowing two harmless blows a double by Ted Williams in the fifth and a single by Sammy White in the ninth second straight one-run defeat suffered in Dallas and the sixth consecutive contest decided by very close scores Five of the six were lost Not since last Thursday when they clipped Shreveport 3-1 have the Cats won one but they were rained out twice By allowing the Eagles to score three runs after two were out and none on in the third inning the Cats put themselves in a bad hole Wednesday but they eventually fought back to within one run of the league leaders and were nally nipped by an unearned run in the seventh inning After that they surged back and were prevented from tying the score in both the eighth and ninth innings by a series of brilliant defensive plays Gophers Hire Hamberger GRAND PRAIRIE June 6 (T John Hamberger former South' ern Methodist University football player who has been head coach of Schreiner Institute has come to Grand Prairie High School as line coach Bowling League Results PLAYDIUM—Cillt Galloway Mayo s Fe 6 Rldgley Pan t 2 Mayo 5W3 Team 4 3 Gen Ind Edwards 4'2 Tumblers 6 Hbal'Ars 2 Morton 572 H:lion Hotel 6 Team 10 2 Larnhert 614 Team 1 4 Team 2 4 Anon 569 MIMI FRYERS BY THE PIECE SEIZilin BLOOD BAIT It Catches Catfish J W NICHOLS 719 NORTH MAIN ED 24187 :::'::'':3r:"4::-:::3:!xi::15i '4 fr ? :- !:1 c' : L- :-:'::' ':::t4'-z-ekTg!:lietm - :? 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OPEN DAILY 8-6 OPEN FRIDAY 8-8 OPEN SUNDAY 9-5 2840 WEST 7TH ST Corner Currie Street ED 26031 111 across the nation Seagram's 7 Crown will add more pleasure to more glasses than any other whiskey in the worldWe hope your glass will be among them Say Scagram's aild be Sure I lihmkooanialloAftmbpolboolliPt I t i t r f Nif V v - vented irom tying the score in 4 Ve V N -6 both a the eighth and ninth innings ' 11rAIN)Ittf014fritlittc:fP)Aftr39-'eCtilOteltrO by series of brilliant defensive plays 'k Not a stitch of cloth ) entire trim in soft white fr Gophers Hire Hamberger t vinyls Even hat SIL $ 88 ::516) GRAND PRAIRIE Julie 6 trr I' VER WELT to accen John Hamberger former South- NLNc--Nt-s-asl ern Methodist University football Nate the dramatic t player who has been head coach ' design $4500 Value! 11 i) of Schreiner Institute has come to Grand Prairie High School as 7-:!:!-'- r le t :---1--9"Am Art-- "7 0- -- --- line coach Bowling League Results VISIT FORT WORTH'S 3 OPEts 4 -- PLAYDIUM—Cllit GallewaL i Mayo a Fe 6 iingey Fault 2 LARGEST EXCLUSIVE OPEIN Nom Marc) 593 Team 4 3 Gen End 1 Enwarn4 452 OPEN Tnnblers 6 Hbars 2 Morton 572 ' SEAT COVER STYLIST ''--7: rt 411i Riffs - Illion Hotel 6 Team 10 2 Larnhert 614 ' 11111 a-'"r ammomon Team 1 4 RYERam Te 2 4 HE PIECE Alton 569 COMPLETE CUSTOM : - FS BY T ' 719 NORTH MAIN 11111 ED 24187 - UPHOLSTERY CONVERTIBLE TOPS 'er ' 4 284( BLOOD BAIT --' ? - ' -4 --- - — 4 :' 4AF ot J W NICHOLS -: - or - co It Catches Catfish PHONE ED 2-4131 TO PLACE CLAS ri ir rt ' I- 'EI- le 44 vell TB '' 0i 441 r‘ 1tr II 1 4 72 ' '''' g ''' -a Aall- 40 4 SEAT COVERS "FITFOR'd ICINGP! i II '' AT PRICES "FIT" FOR ANIIPURSE' - ' feliVittil644TED1F)PROIT'4iiiiitil9stItittiitat - Not a leader—but a ire ) - mendous value cover that 4- '''''S-:: w $1188 defies comparison Every fl7 -- strand coated for longer 9 1 - -3-—— -4-wiwkwwqcftvolf wear $1795 Value! - Colors: Red Blue Green i AN' 0141011111101t iirOlAtiOr0Allilltniftti II J Not flimsy throw - - ami over but skin nesik-wwww t I -kt i : i 7 --- rf7-717-11f t tight fitting cover that 1 I will protect yet show f $1788 1 4) ip 1 I '''i':-4'''::1'''":01:-skt- I -'i' that new upholstery t A $3500 Value' ilialm- 44coll 1 ' 1 filitiOSOWIS '' iiiiipto 4 140010r owl': 7-przoo SOLD EXCLUSIVELY at MARKS ! 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S::: '4:'Z' :' V :'':: I sA 4: i:is4:::4::i::4-i!:s: '''"A4?:r:-):i:'&k44'4:''5:4'":':::'4::-44 ' - 44 Dunlap IUnretires ::::::i-::--:i::::: i:':::::-:-:-::::!:-$:::y --:N:tk e 4::':::'n'k::'::: :i:i: ' " Will Rejoin Sports 4 ''4':'1:i!:i:::-::-:i"i:'::: ': "'':'''':''':':kix''''i4i'qk:WW:k:V:' l''':'-:::-?c4tt'':?':'‘ ':: : : : : : ::f :H:::--::::?::::::': !: SHREVEPORT La June 6 '1" r'''''s ' -- - -::---:-s'-:i:H--'-''2':::::V: Grant Dunlap who led the Texas iis:::::-:::::::: -:::-s:-- : ::-::-2::?:::::: :-11 '' 't ?:1''''F-ki-4W-i'''W4:-''":":-:-'''Zrsettsiis :t' - -4rr4: -"--- s :- trt-rklkA4-A-'''5-- —77 ''''''' ing out of retirement to join the ' -------54:--- - League in batting in 1952 is corn- t:"::":::--::--"::- --:-" : "-'- -:": ---' - '''''v'4''''': l'''''':i ' ' '' : k'vb-- "' ' ' - '---''''''''''''"--ve'soga:ZESsi? -7:7'7-''':'' 7:!:7'''--:''':':' 'i" --: -- Shreveport Sports ii:- :'' '?''' - "'- ' - - -- : - - - '' ' ''''''' ' ----or-wik: - c-:4':477:-:-:':-':?'-:':--t":-- - - - ' - 5sk4:K&X'1:1::":--'''''""-''----'-:'''''' Dunlap remained out of base- i : : ": -- -ti!:t ii7-"--::--- :'--:-i ball last season while serving as i - -- j ‘ &::mY!A-::-'' ' ''::: : - C ?I' t':'' baseball and basket ball coach 4 t - : - s - Y- xksz:-:FwA-:i:-I?::---:-:4‘:s '''-''''''' ' :''''':-V0'i--'':::''::::-:':'01: -- --" at Occidental College of Los An- 1: geles i - :-- : " I '- -P-o-catiazas : :::: i : — Dunlap $vho p 1 ayed with 1- ' ' - H ' :-- '' - - -- Shreveport in 1951 and 1952 will l -vz - $:::'':?:::! s:::-::: join the club Thursday 1- - - - -1 :1 - - -- 4z::t?- -':- ":'::'--:-c-":':':-A"2-:i-:':---:- ::-: :----::: :— ' '' ':---:- --iii4 -iik v--:''is z --::-'-"-::"-::---:-:':'--:-- 13vd n d Stan' — - : - ':? :- :: : ::::'‘ls : :?: : -i: ::: sof 4:: :: I k::::‘:" - : - :: i141 ?:l 4 : s :-: 4!-'411: 'ei:-V " 4 x-- 7:4 E ''??' :- ' ' '''':'v 4::I! 4 ' ' ::-'i '--7':'tI'7''''1 ie:' ::::: ' :'7-:)- ' :'''''-:''-z-47'?? 44e tin tain-A :::I:::: "kt ‘1 f e:::1i--'::'H:::-:: : : 811 ::w:?::::ii:::0:i:: :::N:: : rf::e:::i::4kr??:i::i::tT-'' ': 1912 Hemphill - :- sw n: - gx:: :::f:::::fi::!-xs: -: : i ‘ 1 i:-A-::':N-- -- : 4''‘k:i:-s--tV :: ::::::::4-4e? ack?z:w-t s : !::k i"4'4!-z'::5'-k‘i1:' ' '-:: :'--4-V:4' '- ''''''''''''''''''k':4::''::':'::-'':':':'"-'''-'41o' - rytts Cone' :'1 1 : ':'U--z'4jx:-5--:- ! 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