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.f i« V MQR, AUGUST 20, 1962, LaVe Charles American Little Leaguers Hope To Return Next Year By CHATtUE MEYERS It wns with disappointment and a great deal of reluctance that a weary group of Mid-City Little Leaguers approached the Lake Charles Municipal airport Sunday afternoon on the final leg of their journey aome from the Southern Rrgional tournament at Norfolk, \'a. Saddened almost to the point of silence by their failure to realize their burning ambition, a berth in the Little League World Series, the game youngsters were not looking forward to facing their families and friends at home. But as the plane neared the run- v.ay. the youngsters' gloom was at once transformed into an almost-universal smile at the sight of the welcoming throng crowding the airport, and for a moment the hurt was gone — a hurt that their 3-0 defeat by Del Rio, Tex., in the championship game is but a testamonial to an intense competitive spirit that played a major role in carrying them almost to the heights. To better appreciate what the youngsters did, one need realize that the Mid-City team established itself as one of the best eight Little League teams in the the boys had the spectators pulling for them in the championship, but the day belonged to Del Rio. As for the youngsters, they gave credit to big Ronnie Carta, the Del Rio pitcher for his role in their defeat. "Boy, he sure could throw hard," exclaimed Chuck Jackson, the only player that the 165-pound- er wasn't able to strike out hi the nation and one of 12 best in the' game. world. "We're getting closer every year," beamed manager H. E. Kohler, remembering that t w o years ago his own team was beaten in the first game of the Division tournament, and last year the Southside team bowed out in the first game of Regionals. "They knew we were there, and we hope to be Lack next year." Assistant Wyman Wicks praised Mid-City pitcher Tony Niel had the satisfaction of spoiling Carta's no-hit bid with a first-inning sn- gle, but suffered the ill fortune of serving up the home run ball to Del Rio shortstop Lavell Blanks that won the game. "It was a bad pitch, a slider that hung high," recalled the intense Niel, a star through seven tournament victories for the locals. will soon fade into a sense of i his charges for their hard work. I And that was the story for an accomplishment at the realization ' "They deserved it, and m o r e, j amazing Lake Charles team, who of their real success. j too." he said. j came within perhaps one pitch of The keen sense of loss felt by Praised wherever they went for' every team's dream — the Little the Lake Charles youngsters after their behavior and sportsmanship. I League World Series. Shreveport Has State Net Titles NEW ORLEANS (AP)—Shreve- Irvin and Stevens are all New Or- port nettcrs today held the men's; leans players, and women's single chamiion-1 Top-seeded Col. Robert Scruton ships of the Louisiana Closed Ten- O f N GW Orleans easily whipped nis torrnanient. Earl Kissinger, 6-0, 6-2, in the se- Third-secdcd Dr. Robert Borders nior men's title match. The se- took the men's title Sunday with a nior doubles crown went to Paul 6-1. fi t victory over Jerry Dal- Goosman and Roy Lands, who de- rymple Jr. of'New Orleans. Bor-'feated Harry Anisgrad and Murders moved into the final by up-! ray Smith in the semis and won setting top-seeded Tommy Robin- from Kissinger and Al Penderson of Baton Rouge 6-4, 6-4 earlier grass, 6-3, -40. default, in the fi- Sundav. inals. All are from New Orleans. Mrs. Marlis Moulton won the In an all New Orleans father- women's crown by stopping 14- son doubles, Barnwell and Esmond Phelps beat Harry and Alan Anisgard, 6-4, 6-2, and Roy and three'junior titles and'upset!Bruce Bartlett defeated Val and No. 1 seed in the women's!Don Wilson, 6-1, 6-3. Finals in the event will be played next Sunday year-old Kay Walls of New Orleans 6-3, 6-3. Miss Walls earlier won the No event. In the afternoon, Mrs. Moulton In mixed doubles matches, Roy PAIRINGS SET FOR AIR FORCE BASEBALL MEET It'll be Clinton-Sherman vs Offutt and Blytheville vs Chennault when the annual Second Air Force baseball tournament gets under way at the Chennault diamond at 4 p.m. Monday. Clinton-Sherman and Offutt will meet in the afternoon game, while the host team tangles with Blytheville at 8 p.m. The fifth team in the tournament, Barksdale, drew a first-round bye. The public is invited to attend all of the games in the five-day affair. TRIPLE TITLIST — Carolyn House's grin tells the whole story afler Ihe 16-year-old Los Angeles miss holds a bouquet after winning three freestyle titles in the National AAU women's swimming meet. The feat duplicated her performance in the 1961 event. (AP Wirephoto). 'We're Ready/ Clairhs N.O. Pro Grid Boss NEW ORLEANS (AP) — "The f Orleans roulr? draw as well with at the Saturday night &me and Saints are ready to come march- some other team playing. some 100 persons were still trying ng in," says jubilant Dave Dixon —who's spearheading the drive to ?et an American Football League ranchise for New Orleans. "I'm confident it will be in !963," said Dixon in an interview. He was bubbling with enthusiasm after 31,000 people overflowed Mty Park Stadium to see the Houston Oilers defeat the Boston Patriots 20-10 Saturday night. The game had the largest gate receipts of any exhibition in the ihree-year-history of the American Football League. "It's a shame we don't have two exhibitions at New Orleans so we could get a better indication," Said Hunt. to get in to City Park. Stadium at halftime. ' ,'^ One problem facing pro football in New Orleans may h$ve been Dixon was not fully in accord; partially solved at tfie» Saturday with Hunt's comment on Cannon's drawing power. "Sure, he's a miracle man, but he's part of the AFL." "I think we could have had nearly as many without Cannon." Dixon said he believed the exhibition game would have drawn 60,000 had it been played in Tu: lane Stadium, the 83.000-seat home "That crowd proves this is a hot of the Sugar Bowl. An estimated night contest. White faffs clamored for tickets in the Negro section and there were Negrr)6s Intermingled throughout" We entire stadium. There were no, Incident* and it appeared to be taken matter of factly by the entire turnout. Louisaina has a state'law forbidding integrated seating at sporting contests. It is tmder at- i tack now in federal «owrt and i* Fletcher Sweeps Softball Tourney teamed with Sandra Loubat of Bart jf "^..VT 8 DaS , h T New Orleans to win the women's ^ ° vcerQ ? lU c ^ ero a , ndvKay doubles championship, 6-3, 7-5. W , alls ' r °- 6 ' 9 ; 7 ' ™'.. anc * Kar ° j Kloepfer beat Marilyn Barnett Mrs. Moulton, second-seeded,! and Pni ]j p A d a ms, 6-0, 6-2; Dash-i kept Miss Walls on the defensive! wo d-Bartlett won by default from throughout their match. She ran Dr Borders and Mrs. Moulton; the game little youngster all over i San dra Loubat and Larry Choppin the court, outmaneuvering her un- defeated Bartlett-Dashwood, 6-2. til she got openings for winning ! g^ : In a well-played finals, part of Robinson and George F r i 1 o t which were run off under the took the men's doubles with a 6-3, lights, Loubat and Choppin regis- 3-6, 6-4 defeat of the Rev. Scott j lered a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Kloep- Irvin and Tommy Stevens. Frilot, >fer and Frilot. Senders Fires 65 To Win Sf. Paul ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Doug i who won only $20 this time with Sanders of Ojai, Calif., fired a 7-' a 284. under-par 65 Sunday to win the '. _ . . $4,300 first prize in the St. Paul j T °P mone y winners and scores: I Doug Sanders, 54,300 Open. Sanders' round gave him a 19-|g a ° rvye £!|^V'::::: under-par 269 for the 72-hole tour-; gov. Rg-n. $..•» ..... namsnt and a three stroke mar-1 johnny Pott, $MSO pir ovr Oave Hill of Jackson- 46-69-6945—269 — jttttiiiY rortciit jiiiw • • ville, Mich. It was the second 19?^ Fln l. te !?' a l^.A 1 ' lu0 tournament victory of the year for Sanders. Hill's 273 was one stroke better ,, .1 . , , f T-.,., . , . ony ema, ....... than the totals of P GA champion Tommy Jacobs, $775 .... Plnvnr anH Davn Rntfan nf Poul Bondeson, J670 .... naver ana uave nagan oi| Cary W iddieco«, W70 .. "" ------- "" Dove Hill, $3,000 67-70-08-76—272 70-67-69-67—273 66-68-71-68—273 72-68-68-67—275 67-67-70-71—275 66-71-67-72—276 71-69-70-67—277 68-69-73-67—277 68-69-71-69—277 70-70-68-49—277 73-69-71-65—278 72-66-71-69—278 .46-67-72-73— 278 68-70-71-70—279 72-68-68-71—279 73-69-72-66—280 72-70-71-67—280 Frank Whorton, $1,300 Jimmy Powell, $1,100 I Tommy Bolt, $1,100 xGeorge Boutell Don Folrfleld, $700 Bob McColllster, $900 Joe Campbell, $700 m, I Tony Lema, $775 Cify Tennis Meef Ends This Week The final chapter in the Lake Charles city tennis tournament will be reeled off this week as an abbreviated field of four teams battle it out for the adult mixed doubles crown. Two teams will be eliminated in Tuesday action, slated for 7 p.m., and the survivors will meet for the championship at 7 p.m. Wednesday. • Top-seeded in the division are Jane Henry and L. J. Armand, last year's winners. They'll tackle Lynda Clawson and Allen Singleton in one of the Tuesday matches. The other opening match sends second-seeded Virginia Griffith and Carlos Perez against Frankie Lewis and Jimmy Watson, who lost to the Henry-Armand duo in last year's title match. ALEXANDRIA, La. (Spl.) Fletcher of Lake Charles won the Louisiana State Softball championship here Sunday but for awhile t looked as though the meet might have to be extended a cou- jle of days. The Shells had to beat the host .earn, MMM of Alexandria, two limes out of three to annex the title and the stubborn hosts stretched the final contest to 13 innings before bowing. Billy Wynn provided the key olow for Lake Charles, rapping a single through the middle to score Buzzy Brunot for a 4-3 victory in the title match. Fletcher whipped MMM in the winners' bracket final, 8-2, but MMM came back for a 9-0 victory over Monroe in the losers' bracket to get another shot. Then the hosts clipped Fletcher, 4-3, in the first championship game to force the showdown. Wynn's hit came with two out after a double play had almost ruined the Shells' bid. Earlier, however, it had been home runs and sparkling pitching by A. J. LaRocca which provided the margin. LaRocca hurled a three-hitter at MMM in the first clash and Bobby Spell came back with a four- hit effort in the second meeting. LaRocca opened the rubber game but tired in the seventh when MMM got three big runs to tie the count. Spell came in then and held the host team hitless the rest of the way. Bill Stevens was the big blaster in the home run department. He hit one in the fifth with two aboard in the first game against MMM. In the second game he clouted a two-run blast in the first frame and added another two- runner in the sixth inning of the nightcap. In the first meeting, O'N e i 1 Gauthier .lit a pair of blasts, each with a mate aboard, and Corky Lockhart added a solo blow. WINNERS' BRACKET (Finals) 000 232 l-« I 1 1000001—2 3 4 Fletcher MMM A. J. LaRocca and O'Neill Gauthier; Jerry Lavespere, David Word (5th) and Shorty Heitman. HR—Fletcher: O'Nell Gauthier 1, 4th, one on: 6th, one on; Bill Stevens, 5th, ! two on; Corky Lockhart, 7th, none on. town for professional football both the AFL and the NFL," Dixon continued. "If the AFL wants to get here they'd better do it fast." Dixon heads a group which has a $25,000 deposit with the AFL for a franchise. He says he feels certain the league will take som'e acton on expansion during the 1 first two weeks in September. Dixon's group was not associated with the backers of the exhibition game, but the supporter of the Saints— the name picked for the pro football entry— passed out pledge cards between halves to the crowd. "We got pledges for 7,000 season tickets, and I think 95 per cent of them are authentic," said Dixon. "A bank president signed a card for 100 tickets." Dixon says he thinks New Orleans is the only town now under serious consideration for a new AFL team in the immediate future. That would expand the junior pro circuit to nine teams, but he pointed out that the rival NFL had played with an odd number of teams for many years. Atlanta j also has a $25,000 deposit with the AFL but the Georgia city's chances were hurt when it had to cancel out two exhibitions there because of poor attendance." Lamar Hunt, the wealthy oilman who owns the AFL's Dallas Texans and heads the loop's expansion committee, said in Dallas that he didn't know a whole lot about the crowd in New Orleans 7.000 persons were turned away,likely to be tossed SPORTS CALENDAR TODAY : BASEBALL: Second Air Force tournament, r Chennault AFB, 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. ,.,. MEETING: LaGrange Quarterback club. Senior HS auditorium, 7:30 p.m. '.• ,-. TOMORROW '*.'' ' TENNIS: City tournament adult mixed • doubles, LCHS courts, 7 p.m. . .... BASEBALL: Second Air Force tournamen.tr,''Chen- nault AFB, 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. MMM I Monroe LOSERS' BRACKET (Finals) 64-70-72-73—281 Sun CltV, Fla. Hill, Who shot a Ke * Baxter, «70 66-74-71-69-280 .. Cll ', , j ... j . ., Al Gelberger, $550 71-69-67-72—281 67 sunclay, placed third in the i cos jawor $550 70-67-71-71-281 tournament last year. The winning score posted by Sanders was the same total that won last year for Don January, Bob Shave Jr., J550 ' Perry Dill, $392 ... Frank Boynton, J392 New Orleans In Legion Meet Finals HELENA. Ark. (AP) New B | (l McGrow , Dovid Worde 1002600—9 8 0 0000000—0 1 1 and Shorty Heitman; Bill Danna, Bob Beti (4th) and Ron May. HR—MMM: Dutch Auzmus, 4th, two "but it sounds very encouraging, We are going to look over the expansion situation again after the exhibition season is over." The owner of the Texans attributed the New Orleans turnout to Billy Cannon, the former Louisiana State Heisman trophy winner who plays with Houston and added that he didn't think New on. (First Championship) 200 001 0—3 t .210 100 X— 4 4 1 Fletcher MMM Bobby Spell and George Blum; Bill McGraw and Shorty Heitman. HR—Fletcher: Bill Stevens, 1st, one on. (Second Champlonshl) MMM 0000102000000—3 3 3 Fletcher 120000000001—4 9 3 Bill McGraw ond Shorty Heitman; A. J. LaRocca, Bobby Spell (7th) and O'Nell Gauthier, George Blum (7th). HR—Fletcher: Bill Stevens, 6th, ene Orleans eliminated Austin, Tex., from the Region 4 American Le- I-IUMF. DUyiHUII, *JYi .... /U-OY-M-OY— at ,p ' -"" " w Buster cupit, $392 67-72-72-71— 282 gion Baseball tournament Sunday, fi»ftrn» anu»i* tlEW T> It 4t,T_in_ 1«1 - . . v * 70-69-74-69—282 . . .... 72-73-67-70—282 Jim Ferree, $392 74-71-68-69-282 x—Denotes amateur. Mexico Faces Sweden Nexf in Davis Acfion MEXICO CITY. (AP)-Mexico's j two singles victories on Friday. American Zone Davis Cup cham-| Contreras inserted himself as a pnns next take on Sweden in the | substitute and dropped a 6-2, 6-2, interzone semifinal here in Octo-! 9-7 decision to Nikola Pilic. Mario bur—and things won't be as easy LLamas whipped Vladimir Preas they were against Yugoslavia, seki, 6-0, 6-1, 6-1, in the other "We know they'll be tough," singles. said Mexico's Captain Pancho "Osuna and Palafox are going 10-4. New Orleans meets Walnut Cuntrer«s today. "But our boys are up." The Mexicans wound up operations against Yugoslavia Sunday, by splitting the final two singles for a 4-1 victory. But it was all decided Saturday when the Mexi- to skip college for the fall semester," said Contreras, "in order to concentrate on tennis. We have a lot of work ahead of us." Osuna attends the University of Southern California and Palafox The University of Corpus Christ!. cans won the doubles with Rafael Ulf Schmidt and Jan-Erik Lund- Osuna and Antonio Palafox after MINORS SUNDAY RESULTS INTERNATIONAL LEAQUB Jocksonvillf W-2, Rochester 8-3 Al lonia 11-4, V/racus« 9-3 Coigmbus 5-8, Buffalo 4-6 Richmond 7. Toronto 4 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION ina.giKipolit I, Oenvtr ^ Qallai-Forl VJwt'n 4-1, Omaha 3-2 Lou'v.'lllc 17. Oklahoma City f PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Su>. Ulevo 15!<?. Spokon* 6-3 Portland 3-5, Hawaii 2-2 Salt take City 6. Tacoma J Jecille ot Vancouver, postponed/ rain TEXAS LEAGUE AuMtn 51, TuljO 0-0 $«u Anlonio 4. Alouquerquf I Amoriiii 10, Ei Paso » EASTERN LEAGUE Elrinic i ).. Bm'jliuinlon 3-6 $ann<jl,f.d 1C, WIHiamsport 1 Ch«jrie4ton 6, York 4 OUTH ATLANTIC LEAQUE Slnunnuh 47 Avavslo &1 All evil'* 8, Charlotte 3 u!,') J, Greenville 4 f 4, Mgcon 3, 19 Innlngi quist form the Swedish team that upset the favored Italians in the European Zone. Earlier this summer. Lundquist defeated Osuna in a tournament. But, the Swedes will have the same problems that the Yugoslavs faced — high altitude, partisan crowds, unusual foods and tricky red clay courts. If we had arrived a week earlier, the outcome might have been different," said Yugoslav Capt. Boris Jovanovic. "This is no alibi. Mexico had the better team. But we would have made a better showing if we had gotten accustomed to the altitude." The winner of the Mexico- Sweden tie plays India, the Eastern Zon« winner for the right to challenge Australia for the cup ia December. Ridge, Ark., for the championship tonight. What started as a normal, easy going game erupted into a clouting affair with New Orleans tagging Austin pitchers Almador Alvarez and Mike Williams for eight extra base hits. Alvarez, who gave up all 10 New Orleans runs, took the loss while John Olagues was credited with the victory. Wrightls Winner at Albuquerque ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.(AP) Mickey Wright won her sixth championship on the current Ladies Professional Golf Association tour Sunday, taking top mon-j ey in the Albuquerque Swing Parade Golf Tournament. The $1,000 first place money brought her winnings up to $12,928 for the year. The hard-hitting Miss Wright had a 36 on the front nine Sunday, then settled down and collected H pars and two birdies the rest of the way to post a one- over-par 73 and a winning 219 total for the 54 holes. SWIMMING RESULTS CHICAGO (API-Final results In Sunday's National AAU Women's Ouldoor Swimming Championships: i 200-meter butterfly— 1, Sharon Flnne- ra, Los Angeles AC, 2:31.2 (better* world record of 2:32.8 by Becky Collins, USA, 1961). 2, Kim Worley, Santa Clara SC, 2:31.3. 3, Susan Pitt, Summit, N.J. YMCA, 2:31.7. 4, Wllma Rlemenschnelder, Cleveland SC, 2:34.3. 5, Ann Mclnflre, Riviera SC, Indianapolis, 2:36.4. 6, Susan Peterson, Vesper BC, Philadelphia, 2:38.4. 100-meter backstroke — 1, Donna De Varona, Santa Clara SC, 1:10.4. 2, Glnnle Duenkel, Summit, N.J. YMCA, 1:10.8. 3, Nina Harrier, Vesper BC, Philadelphia, 1:10.9. 4, Pam Sheets, Dick Smith SC, Phoenix, 1:11.5. 5, Sara Barber, Ontario, Canada, 1:12.0. 4, Mary Sabasteanskl, Flushing, N.Y. YMCA, 1:12.8. 200-meter freestyle— 1, Carolyn House, Los Angeles AC, 2:14.4 (betters American ana meet record of 2:15.1 by Chris Von Saltza, Santa Clara, 1940). 2, Robyn Johnson, North Virginia SC, 2:15.7. Susan Doerr, Vesper BC, Philadelphia, 2:16.4. 4, Sharon Stouder, Rosemeod, Calif. SC, 2:19.6. 5. Terrl Stickles, Santa Clara SC, 2:19.6. 6, Carolyn Ferris, Arden Hills, Sacramento, 2:21.3. Platform diving— 1, Linda Cooper, Commerce, Calif., 2 g— 1, 81.00. 2, Barbara McAlls- ter, Dick Smith SC, Phoenix, 260.20. 3, Karla Farnady, Los Angeles AC, 253.75. 4, Joel Lenzl O'Connell, Santa Clara SC, 249.35. 5, Nancy Pulsen, Dick Smith SC, Phoenix, 248.25. t, Patsy Wlllard, Dick Smith SC, 243.05. 400-meter medley relay—), Vesper BC 'A" (Nina Harmer, Lynn Tally, Susan Doerr, Martha Randall, 4:47.5 (betters American and meet record of 4:49.1 by Santa Clara SC In 1940). 2, Los Angel SC 4:49.2. 3, Santa Clara "A" 4:49.3. .. Santa Clara "8" 4:54.5. 5, Riviera SC, Indianapolis 4:55.7. 6, Canadian Dolphins 4:56.0. Little Boys Dixie Play Opens Today SPORTS BRIEFS By The Associated Press GOLF ST. PAUL, Minn.—Doug Sanders shot a 65 for a 72-hole total of 269 and won the St. Paul Open by three strokes over Dave Hill. COLORADO SPRINGS — The United States defeated Ihe British team by on 8 to I margin to retain the Curtis Cup. LONDON, Ontario—Reg Taylor of South Africa defeated Tom Draper of Royal ; Oak, Mich., 4 and 2, and won the Canadian Amateur Championship. TENNIS MEXICO CITY—Mexico won 4-1 over Yugoslavia In the American Zone Davis Cup final. MOSCOW—Frank Froehllng of Coral Gables, Flo., won the men's singles title In the Moscow International Tournament, beating Australia's John Newcombe, 3-6, - - 6-2, ' GAIN OR LOSE WEIGHT * * * BUILD . . . • BIG ARMS • WIDE SHOULDERS • DEEP CHEST • POWERFUL LEGS 6-2, 6-2, 4-6, 7-5, PHILADELPHIA — Defending champion Vlckl Palmer defeated Jane Albert 8-6, 6-4, for the U.S. Girl's Grass Court Tennis r l Championship. MANCHESTER, Mass.—Margaret Smith of Australia won the Essex Invitation Tournament, defeating Maria Bueno of Brazil 6-1, 6-4. NEWPORT, R.I.-Chuck McKlnley took the Newport Casino Tournament by defeating Gene Scott 6-4, 6-4, 6-4. SWIMMING CHICAGO-Flve world, flv* American and two meet records were surpassed In the National AAU Women's Outdoor Swimming Championships. Two world -J marks were bettered In a concurrent > men 1 ? Invitational meet. TRACK LONDON—Jim Beatty of the Los Angeles Track Club ran the fastest mile by an American, 3:56.5, winning a race In which five runners were under four minutes. RACING i 3 SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.—Jaipur . H ($3.30) defeated Rldan by a nose In the o 93rd running of Ihe Trovers Stokes. Q U/JTCT -MAMnm? To /Am ATLANTIC CITY-Noble Jay ($8.20) | S WfcM MUrvttUfc, LA. (AD — . won the Atlantic City Handicap at Atlantic & Eight teams, headed by defend- city...ROC. jn-ock. * SPECIAL BODY BUILDING COURSE 7A.IVU 9 P.M. Adjust Brakes and Repack Front " Wheel Bearing^ Balance Both Front Wheels ANY AMERICAN CAR L. R. McCollum Align Front End Manager Soys Justsdv Take months to pay..*. 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