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f«S« Six HOPE STAR,'NO? I»~ Alt A Ml AS Yanks, Tigers Closing in on the Indians By ED WILKS Associated Pre s s Sports Writer Kansas Ci!v defeated Cleveland 7-5 in 10 innings Monday ivi.ulU .and cut the Indians' American (League load to one uame over New York and Detroit. New York moved .<«M percentage points .-ihead of idle Detroit with a 3-1 victory over the Los ; Angeles Angels. | The Chicago While Sox defeal- cd Baltimore !)-!!, ;in;l Boston beat: Minnesota 10 R in the only other j games scheduled in the AL. j In the only National League game scheduled. San Francisco | beat Los Angeles 7-1. dropping! the Dodgers a half-game behind i first place Cincinnati. ! The Yankees, working behind, the four-hit pitching of right-hand- or Bill Stafford, broke up a two- hit shutout by losing lefty Ted Bowsficld (2-2'i and came from behind with three runs in the sixth inning. Singles by Tony Kubek, Mickey Mantle and Elston Howard, a force out by Bill Skow- roil and a double by Hector Lopez did it. Stafford <4-2>, whining Ills fourth in a row. held the A's hitless until 'he fifth inning, when Lcroy Thomas opened with a single and scored on a double by Ken Hunt, who was cut down trying for a Iriplc. Stafford walked I wo and struck out seven for his third complete game—the eighth games by the Yankees staff, Carver Takes LocalJaycee Golf Title Tthe Third Annual Jnyecu Junior Amateur Golf tournament was held last week at the Ilpoe Country Club. There were seven entries. Charles Carver won the tournament with an even par liiiij Shrcvcporl Standings Southern A s seciat'«n By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS W L Pet. O-t. Chattanooga 40 Birmingham . an Atlanta ....... 34 Little Hock ... 35 Nashville ..... 31 31 27 25 27 29 33 33 29 37 38 .615 .585 .540 .515 .484 .443 .422 .397 2 5 6V4 BV4 which had produced only six in the first 2 games. The A's tagged the Indians with for 36 holes. This was Carver's •third time to win this tournament.! Mobile ..... . . 25 Mickey Babcr was second with] TODAY'S Games a 150, Sammy Strong was third" dial tanooya at Birmingham their third defeat in 10 games when Ileywood Sullivan singled Phil McLarty : Macon at Little Rock a 101. Others i Mobile at Nashville PERRY'S Truck Stop for his fourth hit in the 10th and pinch-hitter Leo Posada followed with n two-run, two-out homer off relief ace Frank Funk (7-4). Kansas City tied it 5-all with two runs in the ninth as Cleveland missed double plays. Jerry Walker, seventh Kansas City pitcher, saved it for reliever Jim Archer '4-1) when Vic Power bunted into a force out and Kirkland and Wodie Held flied out with two on base. Hoy Sicvcrs drove in three rims with a pair of homers for the White Sox, who nailed it on Al Smith's folo homer in the fighth off relief ace Hoyt Wilhelm. Dick Hyde (1-1) was the loser Don Larson (2-0), acquired Saturday from Kansas City, was the winner in relief. A walk and Chuck Schilling's two-out single gave. Boston the deciding run in the seventh. The Twins out-hit the Red Sox 15-11, and slugged three home runs, but left 17 on base. Ike Dclock (4-2) won it with relief help. The Giants, beating right-hander Roger Craig (3-4) for the first time in nine decisions since 1955, dropped the Dodgers with throe runs in the fifth inning for a 7-2 lead. Orlando Cepetia's double scored the clincher. Billy O'Dell (2-3) was the winner. with a 157, and was fourth with . . . who took part in the tournament I Shreveporl at Atlanta tire Jimmy Pilkin-ton, David Waddle, and Fred 0. Ellis. Monday's Results Birmingham 5, Chattanooga Carver will represent the Hope] Macon 4, Little Rock 2 JC's in the state tournament in .Shrevcport 4, Atlanta 0 Fayctteville, July 24-25. Dale j Only games scheduled Dunn, president of the Hope 24 HOUR AUTO AND TRUCK REPAIR Road and Wrecker Service Complete Stock of Part* •nd Accessorial Telephone 7-9974 Banwy Gaines Shop Foreman EvMfM O'Steen, Carl Thornton, Bill Dillon OFFICIAL AAA GARAGE Jaycccs, and James flowell were in charge of the tournament. Fight Results BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Francisco—Eddie Andrews, 100. San Francisco, stopped Ramon Hernandez, 160Vi, Hermosillo, Mexico, 6. New Orleans — Ralph Dupas, 14G'2. outpointed Guy Sumlin, 144, Prichard, Ala., 12. Stockton, Calif.—Herman Marquez. 118, Stockton, outpointed Macon Turns Back Travs by 4-2 Score By VERNON BUTLER As'oc'ated Pre*s Sports Writer Thad Tillotson hasn't exactly brought disaster to the stumbling Atlanta Crackers, but the personable young right-hander has certainly induced a strange sort of scoring drought in the ranks of the defending Southern Association champions. The Crackers went 51 games without drawing the collar this season but they have beer, 1 zeroed in three of their last 12 games, and each lime the starting pitcher was 20-year-old Tillolson. Shrevcport applied the whitewash 4-0 Monday night, handing Atlanta its sixth defeat in the lasl seven games. Victim Tillotson had his season record adjusted lo 5-4 in the process. Birmingham shaded Chaltano- ga 5-4 and cut the Lookouts' league lead to Iwo games, and Macon—still on the rebound under) hustling Jerry Snydcr — trimmed j Little Rock 4-2. Mobile and Nashville were not scheduled. Buddy Blemker baffled the Crackers with an assortment of slow curves and posted his firsl viclory. Blemker tired in Ihc ninth Tue s day Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American Lcagut Fishing Around Arkansas Lokts LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Here is a fishing forecast from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission; Lake Maumelle; Clear and normal.. Bass fair to good on artificial red worms, fishing early and late. Crappie fair to good on minnows, fishing deep. Bream good on crickets, fishing deep. Lake Hamilton: Water dingy in inlet. Black bass fair on artificial lures. Crappic fair on minnows and jigs. Bream fair to good on crickets and worms. Lake Norfork: Trout fishing good on worms. Lake Contfay: Water clear and normal. Bass fair on minnows and artificial bait. Bream good on crickets, worms and popping bugs. Lake Bull Shoals: Water conditions god and still rising, Bass fair on lop water bait, early and late. Crappic and white bass fair. Catfish good on willow limb and Hope M Star TuctJay, Jum lit IHf He Will Listen to His Son Now SPORTS W. L. P^. G-S. Cleveland 37 20 .649 — New York 35 20 .636 1 Detroit 30 21 .632 1 Baltimore 2!) 21! .509 8 Washington .... 2« 29 .491 9 Boston 27 28 .491 9 Kansas ity ... 24 29 .453 11 Chicago 21 33 .389 14Vz Minnesota 21 35 .375 15Mi Los Angeles ... 21 36 .368 16 Monday Results Boston 10, Minnesota 8 New York 3, Los Angeles 1 (N) Kansas City 7, Cleveland 5 (10 innings, N) Chicago !), Baltimore 8 (N) Only games scheduled Tuesday Games Washington at Baltimore (N); New York al Cleveland (N). Boston at Detroit (N) Los Angeles at Chicago (2 Twi- night) Kansas City at Minnesota (N) Wednesday Games Washington at Baltimore (N> New York at Cleveland (N) . Boston at Detroit Los Angeles at Chicago (2 Twi- night) Kansas Citv at Minnesota (N) throw lines. Lake Catherine: Water clear and normal. Bass fair on artificial bait. Bream fair on crickets, worms and popping bugs. Lake Grccson: Water clear and normal. Bass and crappic fair on minnows. kec and Ccpcda, San Francisco, 17. Stolen bases—Pinson, Cincinnati, 11; Aaron, Milwaukee, 8. Pitching (based on 3 or more decisions)—Miller, San Francisco, 5-0, 1.000; Duffalo, San Francisco, 3-0, 1.000. " . Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Angeles, 89; Drysdale, Los.Angeles, 75. Some Riders Will Go to Penitentiary JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Hinds County Sheriff J. R. Gilroy, whose jail is overcrowded with "Freedom Riders" had authority today to transfer them to the spacious 16,000-acre state penitentiary. The authority was granted after a dozen more segregation-testers were convicted Monday to raise the total to 96 in city and county jails. The arrests began May 24, three days before Diane Nash of Nashville, Tcnn., coordinating secretary for the Nashville Student Non-Violent Movement said the riders "plan to fill up the jail" in Jackson and Montgomery, Ala. Twenty-six others have paid fines or posted bond. The Board of Supervisors said MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (AP) — Sgt. Carl Ennis of the Trenton Police says he'll pay more attefr tion to his son's warnings from now on. Ennis said the boy, ChriAfi took a bite of his father's ice cream bar. The sergeant took it , back and swallowed a sizable ~ i portion although the boy cried, in their order that "by reason of «.w n it f in,iriv " such overcrowding, Hinds County .., unable with its own facilities lo provide necessary housing and work as required by statute for its prisoners." The board said that at Parchman, the sprawling prison farm Jackson. may be 150 miles northwest of "adequate public work made available to them so they may lawfully receive credit for time spent in confinement." Wait, Asked What was wrong, Chris said, "Never mind now, daddy, you've already swallowed my loose tooth." Judge Asks Help in His Campaign FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) — Circuit Judge Paul Wolfe of Fort Smith say he has asked Arkansas Sens. J.W. Fulbrighl and John L. McClellan to to be named Arkansas federal jutlgeship. The roving federal juilgeship was one of many federal judicial posts created by legislation recently signed by President Kennedy. Ben Lomond Man Fatally Injured DEQUEEN. Ark. (AP) —Jerry Rocye Gore, 19, of Ben Lomond jwas fatally injured Sunday night when he attempted to pass another .•ar and smashed into a bridge , railing on U.S. Highway 70-71 MM-' here. ,5 A passenger in Gore's car, JcV rjv'' Wayne Day, 20, of Ben back his campaign to a newly created fi was hospitalized here in scrio'fi but not critical condition. Authorities said Day was pined in the wreckage for almost an hour before he could be freed. He died in a 'hospital several hours after the accident. Gore was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Gore of Ben Lomond. JUNE is DAIRY MONTH Ronnie Perez, Calif., 12. Caracas, Venezuela 118, Hayward. — Sadao National League Cincinnati .... Los Angeles .. San Francisco Pittsburgh ... Milwaukee ... St. Louis V l^LVJl J « J-»l*-lli(\^l llLVsl* 111 1,1 IV 11 11 I LI 1 I ,-,, . and was removed after he walked I r,,.^ Yaoita, Japan, oulpointed Nelson Frank C i p r i a ni drove in the Shreveport runs. FOP. YOUR FAVOHmGUY serious relaxin' the first Cracker and hit the second. Alex George, Bill Kern and Hope Makes It 3 in Row OverCamden Hope Junior Legion team made it three in a row over the Garden nine with a 5 to l decision last night OR the home diamond. Camden scored first in the third but Hope rallied in the fifth with Ford Ward, Joe Duke, David Burke, Carl McMurtrcy and Wayne Camp leading the way. Mac Campbell, who gave up only one hit, -was relieved in Hie third by Carl McMurlrey who struck out nine and gave up only two hits the rest of the way. , journey' W. 33 3') 31 2fi 24 24 21 , 17 L. 2! 23 23 24 27 27 32 33 Pet. G.B .611 — .506 V. .574 .520 .471 .471 7'/j .3% ll'/i .340 14 2 5 7'/4 Philadelphia Monday Results San Francisco 7, Los Angeles 4 Only game scheduled Tuesday Garnet St. Louis at Philadelphia (N) Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N) Los Angeles at San Francisco (N) Only games scheduled ; Wednesday Games St. Louis at Philadelphia (N): Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N) Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Milwaukee at San Francisco American League Bailing (basdd on 125 or more al bats) — Picrsall, Cleveland. ;371; Cash, Detroit, .370. Runs—Mantle, New York, 0: Colavito, Detroit, 47. ; Runs batted in — Cash, Detroit, 50; Gentile, Baltimore, 49. Hits — Picrsall, Cleveland, 70; B. Robinson, Baltimore and Ku- bck, New York, 73. Doubles—Power, Cleveland, 18: Romano, Cleveland, 17. Triples—Wod, Detroit, (i; Pier- sail, Cleveland and Kcough, Washington, 5. Home runs—Maris, New York, i; Mantle, New York, 18. Stolen bases—Howser, Kansas ity, 17; Aparicio, Chicago, 15. Pitching (based on 3 or more ccisionsl—Grant, Cleveland-,- 7-0; 000; Latman, Cleveland, G-0. 000. Strikeouts—Ramos, Minncsota 1 1;. Ford, New York, 70. Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching — Bill Stafford, Van kccs, held A's hitless until the fifth inning, then finished with a four-hit, 3-1 victory, striking out seven and walking just two. Hilling — Harmon Killcbrcw, Twins, had five nils in six trips one a two-run homer, and drove in four runs in 10-8 defeat by Rcc Sox. The North night. Junior Little boys Rock to Wednesday Estrada, Venezuela, 10, (weights not available). Tampa, Fla. — Claude Williams, 161, Tampa, outpointed Andy Mayfiekl, 165, Miami, 10. Caracas, Venezuela—Eddie Perkins, 136'A, Chicago, outpointed Carlos Hernandez, 133'.i, Caracas. 10. By DAD COOL ARROW SPORT SHIRTS FOR FATHER'S DAY $4.00 and $5.00 If you had sport shirts personally tailored for Dad, they couldn't fit better or feel better than these lightweight fashions. They're contour tapered to follow body lines naturally, neatly. Ready to help Dad breeze through summer in a cool choice of wash and wear British Aire cottons, and Dec ton blends of no-iron Dacron* polyester and long staple cotton. Great to give . . , In the colors, patterns, styles Dad wants. » Du Pom Rw T.M. Wkflii to FUh or Hunt Solunor Tables •y John Alden Knight Major League Leaders THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National Lea9u* Batting (based on 125 (or more at bats) — Moon, Los Angeles .356; Aaron, Milwaukee, 347. Runs—Boiling, Milwaukee an Mays, San Francisco, 42. Runs batted in—Cepcda, Sa Francisco, 48; Aaron, Milwau kce, 41. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 70 Aaron, Milwaukee, 69. Doubles — Coleman, Cincinnati, 16; immer, Chicago and Mays. San Francisco, 14. Triples—Wills, Los Angeles and Virdon and Clemenlc, Pittsburgh, 5, Home runs—Mathews, Milwau- Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Vancouver 15, Tacoma 2 ..Salt Lake City 5-3, Portland 2-6 Hawaii 2, Spokane 0 Only games scheduled lnte r nation«l League Jersey City 2, Buffalo 0 Charleston 3, Rochester 2 Toronto 4, Columbus 2 Only games scheduled Amer'can Association Denver 7, Louisville 5 Omaha 5, Indianapolis 4 Dallas-Fort Worth at Houston. rain Alcoholism Board LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Charles Crutchfield ot Camden was appointed to the state Commission of Alcoholism Monday by Gov. Orval E. Faubus. He replaces G. D. Smith Jr. of Star City. Rudy Jones of Minturn was reap- pointcd to the commission. 'Serve Your Family The Protein Lift! *> Enjoy the freshness of Arkansas home-produced millc. -L.__ Serve your family plenty of milk three times a day for the health oE \ your growing children, for the protein-packed vitality it gives you Mid your family. Ask for Arkansas produced milk. Help , build home industry lor greater prosperity. • CENTRAL ARKANSAS MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION c ABC's FOR BARGAIN-HUNTING GROWNUPS ifRBfRT .1 v'Jr ,_ actoduie of Solunar period prtBted below, has been take _ B John Alden Knight's Soluna Table*. Plan your days so tha y«l will be fisning in good tern tarjr or bunting in good cover clur (Of Uww times, if you wash t< UM best sport that eacn da? tat to otter. Major periods are shown L Slid fooe type- These begin at tt> 'ima abown and last for an bou ajni ( half or two hours there altar. The minor Periods, show A refular type, are of somevht iiortar duration. Miner MU|er Minor M»l» a.M. P.M. Tues. . . 5:25 11:40 5:55 Wed. . . 6:15 12:05 15:45 12:30 Thurs. . 7:00 12:50 7:35 1:20 Fri. . . 7:50 1:40 8:20 2:05 Sat. . . 8:35 2:25 9:00 2:45 Sun. . . 9:15 3:05 9:45 3:30 FEEL THE DIFFERENCE Travel WASHINGTON <AI J i—Sen. John L. McClellan, D-Ark., is one of eight southcti.stcrn Democratic senators who introduced u bill to outlaw travel in interstate or foreign commerce for the purpose of inciting lo riot or commit ling other unlawful aets. It is pending in the Senate Judiciary Committee. THE A.R.A. CHAIRMAN MAKES A-R.A.'s all sew doublc-blovaf unit adds a new kind of luxury to automotive air conditioning •— instant cooling that u extra* ordinarily quiet and that circa* lates through and around all of your car interior. Hero U itmou* sine comfort, at economy coat —whatever the car you dmv, PRICES START AT 5235 INSTAUIO APPLIANCE REPAIR CO. 223 E. Third St. Hop. FULL-SIZE OOOQE DART A is for Alternator. Charges battery even at idle. D is for Bargain. The great deal you get with Dodgs in June. C is for Comfort. Chair-high seats. U is for Dependable, the way Dodge Dealers are. t is for Economy. Gas-saving engines, r is for Fun. You'll have plenty in a Dodge. U is for Gala savings you get now! n is for Handling. Easy. True. I is for Interiors. Plush. Roomy. J is for June, Best time to get a great deal. |\ is for Kick you can feel. L is for Luxury. IYI is for Many models. |l is for Now. Never a better time to deal on Dodge. U is for Opportunity. Yours! r is for Parking. Dodge does it easily. U is for Quality, n is for Rust-proofed bodies. O is for Safety-rim wheels that protect you in case of blowouts. I is for Toi*sion-Aire ride. Smooth. U is for Unitized body. Sturdy. Y is for Value. High trade. Low price. W is for Welcome. The way you feel STANDARD OR COMPACT V V YOU GET A (WEAL WITH at your uoage Dealer's. k marks the spot. Your Dodge Dealer's. Y is for Yours—a Dodge at June bargain prices. L. is for Zip. To your Dodge dealer's. Now! DODGE NUNN-PENTECOST MOTOR CO. • 901 E. 3rd St.

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