The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 26, 1959 · Page 33
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July 26, 1959

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 33

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We/come Amateur Golfers Welcome state amateur golfers! You will find two of the best-maintained golf courses in the state this week when you play today at the Racine Country Club, the next two days at Meadowbrook and Racine Country clubs in qualifying rounds and the remainder of the week at the Racine County Club. You also will find two of Racine's best-liked golfers acting as hosts—pros Ade Jensen at RCC and Steve Bull at Meadowbrook. Both courses are In excellent playing condition. Rain last weekend and this week has helped the fairways. The greens are perfect. We hope you like the courses, the club facilities and the host pros. We hope you enjoy playing in the state amateur tournament in Racine. We know we will enjoy having you here. * * * • « * « Avila Could Be Big Boost Acquisition of Bobby Avila is an asset to the Milwaukee Braves . . . perhaps more so than even the staunchest fans dare hope. The hustling Avila was hitting only .207 In the American League when the Braves purchased him from Boston, but he got off to a poor start with Baltimore, then had started to pick up after being sold to the Red Sox. He has proved in the past he can hit. In fact, in 1954 Avila won the American League batting crown with a .341 mark, slammed 15 homers, a pair of triples and 27 doubles and led the league in sacrifices with 19. At that time he was playing with Cleveland, where he spent his first 10 years in the majors from 1949 through 1958. In 1951 he hit .304 and in 1952 he was a .300 hitter. That year of 19S4 was a good one for the Veracruz native. He was named the Sporting News' outstanding player in the American League and was picked to that paper's all-star major league team. His hitting helped pace Cleveland to the American League pennant, in the All-star game of 1954, Avila was S-for-S and counted a pair of RBI. Milwaukee has tried everyone else at the second base spot. My guess would be that Avila will come closer to filling Red Schoendienst's shoes than any of the others. "I thought the trading deadline was passed," some fans have said. Others ask why, if he is such a hot shot, none of the American League clubs picked Avila uj^ first. The trading deadline is passed within the leagues. A player may go from one league to the other, however. In order for a player to switch leagues, the team owning him must get waivers. If he is claimed by another team for the waiver price, the owning team may withdraw and keep the player. In the case of a player who other teams know will be withdrawn if he is claimed, they may pass M him Just to get him out of the league. * * * * * * Lombardf Has Been Trading RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Jnljr I95» 8e«. I,JPjIff # Olmedo Beaten, MacKay Winner WINDBLOWN THISTLES — Yachts competing in the Great Lakes District Thistle Class Association race Saturday at Racine Yacht Club were off to a good start, in the photo above. Robert Kaiser, Decatur, 111., in 1149 (third from the right) won the morning race with Bruce Goldsmith of Racine second and Robert Stoddard, third. - .iDiiriml-'l 'lini'i I 'lmlo Goldsmith in 6.12 won the ol'tcrnoon race with Kni.scr .second and Stoddard third. Boats and owners in the photo are, (from left) Robert Biichus. Racine: 1(50, Ed Zim- niers, Racine; 926, KI{4in Hufford, Decatur; 901, Bob Mc- Nnbb, Racine; 11-19, Kaiser; 12'I8, William Lnisen, Decatur; and 447, William Walton, Decatur. Blues Shade Cubans 5-3, Paige Sharp as Starter HAVERFORD, Pa. — i/P) — Ian Vermaak of South Africa scored a major .surprise .Saturday by upsetting lop-.secded Alex Olmedo, Wimbledon titleholder from Los Angeles, 6-2, 6-4, 6-2. in reaching the final round of the 60»h Pennsylvania lnwn tennis championships. A oapacity crowd of 2,.'>00 at the Morion Cricket Club saw Barry MacKny of Dayton, Ohio, fill the other place in the final round in defense of his title by winning from Ramnnnthan Krishnan, of India. 2-6. 6-4, 6-2. 6-1. MacKay, a member of the 1958 U.S. Davis Cup team, will play Vermaak, a member of the .South African Davis Cup team, for the title this afternoon. Vermaak All The Way The loss for Olmedo was his first on grass since Wimble don, and his second setback since his listless performance in losing to Abo Segal of South The Racine Blues errupted for four runs in the third inning to take a 5-3 win over Satchel Paige's Cuban Allstar team Saturday night at Horlick Athletic Field before an estimated 800 fans. According to the Allstars, the Blues were the first Wisconsin team to win over them. Paige, the Ageless One of organized baseball, pitched the first two innings, displaying a smooth and effortless style, then retired from the game. The former big leaguer, who is estimated to be some 53 years old, had no trouble in his two innings of work. He fanned four and no one got a ball out of the infield. The Blues found Paige's successor, Andy Hebra, but good in the third inning. Ed Freeman led off with a walk and Clyde Maiden bunted neatly for a safe hit. Jack Trott and Alvis Cobb then laced back-to-back doubles for three runs and Fred Bell singled to center for the fourth run of the inning. Meanwhile, Ray Arndt, on loan from Kenosha for the game, blanked the Allstars for four innings before they counted an unearned run in the fifth. He had no further trouble until the ninth when a walk, a double, a passed ball and a wild pitch scored two runs for the Cubans. Bell and Arndt copped hitting honors for the Blues, Bell getting a double and two singles in four trips to the plate and Arndt two hits in four tries. Today the Blues will meet Love Park, 111., at 2 p.m. at Horlick Athletic Field. Cuban Allilar—R Rkcinc Blue* Oratn Bay Packer head coach and general manager Vince Lombatdi has done nothing to make the board of directors S igMt their decision in hiring him last winter. He traded off illy Howton, at one time the National Football League 's best e st receiver, and got Bill Quintan, a defensive end, and Lew irpenter, an offensive halfback, in return. Ha picked up Lamar McHan from the Cardinals. He sent Marv Matuszak to Baltimore. Every deal should help the Packers. McHan Is listed as a quarterback, llhat's where he played with the Cards. It wouldn't surprise me, however. If Lombardl switched him to halfback In an effort to open Green Bay's offense. Paul Homung, who has been . playing fullback, can pass. He played quarterback for Notre Dame. McHan can pass. Bart Starr or Joe Francis, If he has had sufficient seasoning in one year, can pass from the quarterback slot. That could create a pretty potent weapon if they all got in at the same time. The Packers opened their rookie camp Thursday and vet- •rani reported Saturday. Spaaidng of pro footliall, Street and Smith's new football yearbook has a good thing to say for a Racine pro fridder. The publication analyzes San Francisco 49ers defensive backfield as noticeably weak, with the exception of Jerry Mortens. Mertens caught a lot of Roger LaBrasca (another Racine St. Catherine's alum) touchdown passes at Drake before being drafted by the 49ers as their 21st choice before the 1958 season. Most 21st choices get lopped off long before the season starts. Mertens, however, soon nailed down a starting Job aa defensive halfback and is becoming one of the best •round. Vinc9 Lombardi Wright Cops Lead with 70, 69 by Rawls MOUNT PROSPECT, 111. — — National Open champion Mickey Wright carved four strokes off par with a 70 Saturday for a 36-hole total of 145 to take the halfway lead in the $20,000 Mount Prospect Women's Open golf tournament. Pressing the 24-year-old blonde from Bonita. Calif., was Betsy Rawls with a competitive course record of 69 for 146, a total matched by Louise Suggs with her second successive 73. The 31-year-old Miss Rawls, winner of six tourneys this year, including the ladies PGA title, completely tamed the 6 , 4 2 1 - y a r d par 37-37—74 Mount Prospect course. She hit 17 greens in regulation,' had five one-putt greens, found the rough only three times and never was trapped in a 34-35— 69 effort. The old course record of 71 was set by Beverly Hanson in Wednesday's pro - a m a t e u r event. Also bettering that mark was 45-year-old Fay Crocker of Montevideo, Uruguay, the 1955 U.S. Open champion whose 70 gave her 148. ABRH All R HI RodrlKuez.rt 3 1 1 Trolt.cf a 1 1 Vclln.lb 3 0 I Cobb.rf 3 a 1 Enoa.lh 1 0 0 Colcmnii.lb 4 0 n Vttldes.cf 4 0 OIF. Bell.c 4 0 3 Tcjcra.ct I a 0 Ariidt .p 4 0 3 Zaynn.Sb 4 0 1 • nrUnd.iis 4 0 0 Aldazndnl.rf 3 0 1 Frecmnn.lb 3 1 0 CliBteloln.31) 3 1 1 Mnldfln.lf a 1 1 Iluerla.ss 4 0 1 Cundron.lf 0 0 0 Campy ,c 3 1 0 HPndrriinn,3b 2 0 0 Pnl((e,i) 1 0 1 llrbrn .p 0 0 0 Alviircz .p a 0 0 li-Porto 1 0 0 Tolali 3~3 3 7 Tolttlii as' R ~i Cubnna 000 010 003 -3 Ulue.i 004 100 OOl- -5 a-Snick out for Alvnrej In ninth. Sheboygan Rips Redbirds Racine Redbirds paraded four pitchers to the mound at Sheboygan Saturday night in a losing cause as the Birds' bowed to Kingsbury Brews of Sheboygan 14-4. Sheboygan outhit the Redbirds only 9-4 but seven walks and three errors boosted their run production. Sheboygan shortstop Jim Bielfuss belted two home runs, one a three-run job off starter Harlan Fedders to climax a six-run third inning and another three-run blast to top an eight-run seventh inning. The later clout was off Jerry Larsen. YMCA Baseball MUNIIAY 8:00 A.M.^Sou. Aoaoc-LnukoulK v>. ChlulCN 8;00 AM. -Sou. Asuoc— TinvBlem v». Pellcnns iPony Btadlum) B:45 A.M.—Sou. Assoc.—Chlclcn v«. Vol- unloers S.'IS P.M.—Pony League—ScnBtoM vs. Athletics S:15 P.M.—Llddle LeHgue-Orioles vs. Dodgers TUEHDAV 8:00 A.M.—Pacific CoBst—Mountles vs. Padres 8:00 A.M.—Pacific Coast — Bees vs, Solons (Pony Lengue) »;45 A.M.—Pacific Coast—Beavers Taylor Ave. Still Undefeated in Senior Baseball League Africa in the quarterfinals of the U.S. clay court champion* aMps last week in River Forest. III. The redheaded Vermaalc outclassed Olmedo all the way. He was sure in his placementa from deep court, and brought off effective volleying too. Ho won five straight games in taking the first set after Olmedo led 2-1. Olmedo also led 2-1 in the .second set but Rave ground as Vermaak went abend '1-2 and won the set in the tenth game by holding OI- modo to one point. MacKay Rallies Gnmes in the third set followed .service to 2-1 In favor of Olmedo. Vermaak then mounted a strong attack, out- plarcd Olmedo in the forecourt and won five straight games for the victory. Kirshnnn, placing his shots woll down the line, won the first .set 'with a run of six slrnight games after MacKay led 2-0. The Indian continued to hold an edge in the second until 4-3, after which he was hold to two points as MacKay bore down and won three games to .square the match. After that it was all MacKay, In the women's singles, Sandra Reynolds and Renno .Schuurmnn. both of South Africa created the first all foreign final by coming from behind to defeat two California opponents. They al.so will play for the title today. Packer Coach Still Smiling GREEN BAY — m — Green Bay Packer Coach Vince Lombardi continued to smile Saturday after he sent his National Football League rookies through two long drills, including some contact. More of the squad 's veteran's reported, raising to 60 the number of players in camp. They skipped the heavy going but watched as the rookies banged about in line scrim- ' mage and one-on-one drills. Lombardi said the scrimmage work of linemen Dicic Tcteak of Wisconsin and Ed Buckingham of Minniesota was outstanding, as was the end play of A. D. Williams of the College of the Pacific and Jim Ward, who has no college experience. Citing the overall speed of the rookies, Lombardi said they gave him "two good drills." —.lournnl-Tlmeit Photo Satchel Paige, ageless pitching star currently playing with the Havana Cuban Stars, signed autographs for youthful admirers before Saturday night exhibition here. Left to right are Paul Barker, 7, Paige, and Jim Drane, 10. Taylor A v • n u e Barbers rolled along undefeated in their ninth Senior Baseball loop encounter Saturday by trimming Dumore 5-1 behind the four-hit pitching of Andy Rauwerda. Two of Rauwerda's hits allowed came in the seventh inning to net Dumore's lone run. Glenn . Nyboe homered for the Barbers with one on base, Dave Lampman was two for two at bat and Ken Witkofski and Jack Eifert were two for three. J. Seitommer led Dumore hittiiig with two in three tries. Club Lathrop pounded out 13 hits to take an 8-3 decision over the Latin Stars. Bill Rash- liger was winning pitcher on a five-hitter. G. Schmidt led Club Lathrop with four hits in five at bats and notched four RBIs. St. Joseph's Win In Cade t-Parochial A-B league play St. Joseph 8th voUed up its seventh win with out a loss by pounding St. Rita 14-2 as Don Paar pitched a no-hit game. Three St. Joseph miscues gave the losers their runs. Paar belted two home rui]ies,,one a grand slam variety. Dick Meteyard and Don MaGee both had two hits each for the winners. The Saiiits also remained unbeaten with only a tie to mar their record, as they belted out a 9-1 win over St. Stanislaus back of Dave Krause's one-hit twirling. Jerry Beechem and Dave Nelson both collected two home runs. Holy Name took an 11-6 win over Sacred Heart 7th with John Robers and Paul Burkhardt combining to pitch seven hit ball and fan 18. Burkhardt also had three hits in four tries. J. Johnson of the losers was three for three at the plate. Tom Sura allowed only one bunt single as Danish Brotherhood blanked St. John 7th 8-0. Ricky Taube and Don Johnson each had four hits in five tries to lead the winners, St. Patrick rolled over St. John 8th 14-2. Tom Lees fired a three-hitter, fanning 15. Mike Stevoff led the winners with four for four. Dennis Kisley fanned 13 as St. Mary's edged St. Joseph 7th 4-1 for their first victory of the year. Al Fauria and Kisley led the winners at the plate. Muni Baseball SENIMIl BASEBAU. W 1. Latin Stars 4 ',ii a'/:i Club Lathrop 6 B Industrial 2 10 Pacers 0 8 vs. Ralners 6:l& P.M.—Amer. Assoc. — Oats vs. cardinals 8:15 P.M.—Amer, Assoc.—Mllleri vs. Bears (Pony Stadium! WKDNKHUAY 8:00 A.M.—Sou. Assoc.—Crackers vs. Travelers 8:00 A.M.—Sou, Assoc.—Volunteers vs. Lookouts (Pony Stadium) B:45 A.M.—Sou. Assoc.—Crackers vs. Pelicans 5:15 P.M.-Llddle League—Athletics vs. DravPs 5:15 P.M.—Llddle League—Olants vs. White Sox TilURHDAY »;00 A.M.-PaclfIc Coast-Padrcs vs. Bolons 8:00 A.M.—Pacific Coast—Beavers vs. Mountles (Pony Stadium) 9:45 A.M.—Pacific Cotit—Solons vs. Ralners 6:15 P.M.—Pony League—Cards vs. Indians 5:15 P.M.—Amer, Assoc.—Eagles v Senators FRIDAV 5:15 P.M.—Llddle League—Red Sox vs. Cubs (Pony Stadiumi 5:15 P.M.—Llddle League—Yankees vs. Cardinals SATUKOAY 8:00 AM. — Amer. Assoc. — Buffs vs. Indians 9:00 A.M.—Pony LeaKue-Cards vs. Pirates (Ualnout gamo of July lai 9:45 A.M.—Llddle League—Phillies vs. Orioles 1:00 P.M.—All Star Qame—Sou. Assoc. vs. Pacific Coast 1:00 P.M.—All Star Game—Colts vs. Tay. Ave. Barb. 9 0 Allen Mcrch. 9 3 Dan. Broth. 7'/a 2'-^ City Travelers 7 5 Dumore 7 71 Results Saturday Club Lathrop 8, Latin Stars 3 Taylor Ave, Barbers 5, Dumore 1 CAUKT-PAKOCillAL A-H W L St. Joseph 8lh 7 0 Saint,s 8>/a Va Sac. Heart 8th 3 1 Dan, Broth, 5'/a 2'/a St, Patrick 5 3 Holy Trinity 4 a St, John 8th 4 3 St, Edward 3 4 Results St, John 7th 2 i Holy Name 2 4 Bac, Heart 7th 2 6 81, Jo.seph 7th 1 4 St. Rita r 4 St, Stanislaus 1 5 St. Mary 1 7 . Saturday Stalnts 9, St. Stanislaus 1 St. Joseph 8th 14, St. Rlla 2 Danish Brotherhood 8, St. John 7th 0 St, Mary 4, St. Joseph 7lh I Holy Name U. Sacred Heart 7th • at. Pfttrlok l«, St. Jobn 8tli I Pony League 3:00 P.M.—All Slar Qame -- Llddle League (Amerlcan.s vs. Nationals) 4:46 P,M,~Amcr, Assoc—Colonels vs. Cats (Ralnout game of June 27) 3:00 P.M.—Pony League—Indians vs. Senators (Pony Stadium) Ralnout game of July 18 ARAGON VS. JORDAN LOS ANGELES—(^)—World welterweight champion Don Jordijn and Art Aragon, onetime Los Angeles Golden Boy, will meet in a 10-round non- title bout here Aug, 25, matchmaker Jackie Leonard said Saturday. All-Star Game to Western 14-7 The YMCA American Association Western division Allstars drubbed the Eastern Division Allstars 14-7 Saturday with Jim McGowan the winning pitcher In an American Association game at Liddle League Stadium the Senators out-slugged the Saints 13-10 behind good relief pitching by Pete Crane. Ron Danoski's double with the sacks full was the big blow for the winners. Randy Wiggs homered for the Senators. In the Y Liddle League, the Red Sox thumped the Phillies j 9-3. Don Bergman scattered eight hits, fanned 11 in winning. Bruce Goldsworthy hit three for four for the Sox, Daryl Bealhen homered. For the Phillies Troy Cobb and Mickey Pascale each hit two for three. In an exhibition Pony Loop meet the Athletics beat the Fewer Boilers of South Chicago 8-2. Kenny Jensen was winning hurler. Rich Hoffman led the attack with two hits in three tries. The Pony loop Redlegs turned back the Pirates 5-3 with Royal! Latshaw pitching six-hit balij and whiffing 10. Manuel Carr hit two for four to lead the winners. In another Liddle League game the Dodgers took a 5-4 win over the Athletics. Richard Nygro, winning pitcher, drove in the winning run in the sixth, his fourth hit in as many times at bat. Howie Olson hit two for three for the losers. NOW AT ELMWOOD PLAZA BARBERS EXCELLING IN ALL PHASES OF BARBERING and HAIR CUTTING INCLUDING LADIES' HAIRCUTS Peter N. Maragos (Formerly of Maragot Barber Shop) Michael SwinsoH (Formerly with UniyersUy Barber Shop, Maditon, Wis.) John Trecek William Kramer The New Modern ELMWOOD SHOP WEST END OF ELMWOOD PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER (Next to Initanet of Plata Bowling Lat\e$) Lathrop ond Durond Your Midas man Is a specialiflt In juSt one thing-s»rv<ctng your car's «xtiaust system. 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