Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 26, 1961 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, June 26, 1961
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F«§ t SI* no Monday, JttM II, If II Redlegs Widen Lead to Three Over Dodgers By JOE REICHLER . Associated Press Sports Writer Cincinmili widened its first place lend over Los Angeles to three games Sunday, di-feating Hie Dodgers, 3-2. Joey Jay, wilh the help of Jim I3ro.sn;ii) in Ihe eighth, notched his ninth triumph. making a three run first inning holdup. San Francisco's thinl-phicc (!i- ants fell four games off tin: pare. splitting a doublchcaik'r v.ilh St. Louis. Hay Sntleciki, 20-year-old southpaw, limited the Giants to two hits in (he nightcap, winning 3-1 after the Giants had captured the opener (i-4 with a four-run rally in the ninth. Chicago's Cubs defeated Milwaukee 5-3 behind Ihe hitting of George Allman and Billy Williams, who got seven of their team's 10 hits off loser Warren Spahn. Pittsburgh and Philadelphia divided a doubleheader. The Pirates won the opener 10-3 anil the Phillies came back to tuku the second 4-3. New York's Yankees narrowed Detroit's American League lead to, IVs games, defeating Minnesota 8-4 while Cleveland was holding the Tigers to a split. The Indians won the second game 4-3 after the Tigers had walked off will) a Gr3 opening game triumph. Baltimore outlasted Los Angeles D-B in 14, innings. Chicago's White Sox made it 10 in a row, winning two from Washington 7-3 and 6-3. Boston and Kansas City splii a pair, the Red Sox winning the first 7-1 and the A's taking the second 3-2. Cincinnati used only two hits tu score three runs in the lirst in- ujng. After Blasingame singled, G.us Bell walked and Vada Pinson doubled home a run. Gorcli Culeman drove in another with a sacrifice fly and the third run scored on a balk. George Altmun and Billy Williams slammed Warren Spahn for seven of the Cubs' ID hits. Aitman had a double, triple and homer and scored three runs. Williams had four singles and drove iii two. Don Carciwcl!. with the help of Barney Schultz, who pitched hitlcss ball in 3 1-3 relief innings, won his sixth. Three St. Louis errors and .singles by Jim Dapenport ami Willie Mays gave the Giants four runs in. the ninth to overcome a 4-2 Card lead in the first game. Ray Sadecki, 20-year-old Rcdbird left- hander, permitted the Giants only two hits as he registered his sixth victory in the nightcap. Stan Represents State for Third Time LITTLE Rock (AP) — David Kossovcr of .England will represent Arkansas for the third straight year at the international Junior Chamber of Commerce tennis tournament in Lansing, Mich.. Aug. 0-12. Kossovcr won Ihc stale junior boys divisbn title Saturday, beating Chuck Phillips of Little Rock in (he finals. G-l, 4-G, G-2. Ben Barry of Fort Smith won the boys .15 and under division title. Ann Bramble of Ft. Smith! with Pittsburgh. The Phillies eked won he junior girls 1!! and under!out a 4-3 triumph after the Pirates (ille. LyniK! Leopard of Little had won Ihc first game 10-5. Hope &• Star SPORTS the first game fi-I but losing (he second 3-1. Chicago whipped Milwaukee 5-3 and Philadelphia split liwl; won the title. irls 15 and under Standings Southern Association By THE ASSOCIAED PRESS Birmingham Tigers Lose Ground in Indians Split By JOE REICHLER | Associate! Press Spo^s Witer ' Detroit first baseman Norm (.'ash walloped three home runs Sunday but tlic Tigers lost ground in I hi 1 American League pennant iraw when 'hey were held to a I split in their doubleheader wilh .Cleveland. I New York's second-place Yankees narrowed Detroit's first place margin to Hi games, defeating Minnesota 10-5. The Ti- !gers. after winning the first game : (>-3, wore nipped in the ninth in•: nhii; of the second game 4-3 by W. 47 40 40 40 Cash drove in four runs in the opener, walloping a pair of two- run homers off loser Wynn Haw- Challanoga jkins. His slugging enabled Jim [Atlanta Dunning to register his seventh LJII| C j{ OC k victory. The veteran righl-handc? Nashville needed help in the eighth hut did iMacon 34 very well in a scuffle with Clrvc- Ishrcveport ... 30 land's Jimmy Picrsall three inn- M O |JJI<> ings earlier. The Indians' Icmpcranicnlal outfielder became enraged when hit on the wrist by a Dunning pilch and charged out to the mound. Picrsall. along with two teammates who came to his assistance, was ejected. Cash's nightcap homer was not enough. The Indians snapped a tie L. 32 33 37 42 4t 41 44 33 43 B. Robinson, Baltimore, 8(1. Doubles—Power, Cleveland, 20; ttornano, Cleveland, 19. Triples — Landis, Chicago and Wod, Detroit; 6; Picrsall, Cleveland and Keough, Washington, 3. Ifomc Runs—Maris, New York, 27; Cash, Detroit, 24. Stolen bases—Aparicio, Chicago, 22: Howser, Kansas City, 1ft. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions) — Latman, Cleveland, 6-0. 1.000; Terry, New York, 5-0. 1.000. Strikeouts — Ford, New York, 93; Pascual, Minnesota, 80. - National Leagu* Balling 'based on 150 or more al bats)—lloak, Pittsburgh, .341, Altman, Chicago, .335. Runs—Mays, San Francisco, 57; F?obinson Cincinnat, 52. Huns batted in — Ccpcda, San Today's Games Chattanooga at Atlanta Macon at Nasvhile Mobile at Little Rock Shrcvcport at Birmingham Sunday's Results Pet. G-B- .5»5 .582 1 .519 6 .488 7'/2 .474 BVt .453 11 .450 ll'/2 j Francisco, 59, Robinson, Cincin- .434 12Vi nati, 57. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 88; Wills Us Angeles, 84. Doubles—Pinson, Cincinnati, 17; Legion Lads Keep Victory Run Going Friday night the Ifopc Junior Legion team strctc'hcd ils winning streak to eight games with a 7-4 decision over Gurdon. Actually it was a close contest. Hope scored first with Gene Robinson and Joe Parris sending home Wayne Camp and David Moore who walked. Hope picked up four runs in the 7th on hits I by Parris, Earl Hay Murphy, ! Robinson and Curtis Churchwell. David Burke was the winning hurlcr, striking out eight and limiting t'hc visitors to four hits. Hope got six hits with Parris, Murphy and Tcbo Roberts leading the hitters. Scores Friday night: Braves 15, Yankees f) Midwest 17, Owens 1 Pop Kola 15, Colcman 0 CBC 7, Lions 5 Games tonight: Hope 2 vs Nashville 3 — here Nashville 4, Hope 1 — here Tuesday Games: Giants vs Braves Lions vs Midwest Coleman vs Owens Pop Kola vs CBC The number of hired farm workers during 1960 was about the same as the previous year.fec- cordnig to reports of the US. Department of Agriculture. 6-1, ,857. Strikeouts—Koufax Los les. 117; Williams, Los Angeles, 94. Major League Stars BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Balling—Norm Cash, Tigers — The Detroit first baseman crashed three. home runs as Die Tigers Coleman, Cincinnati, Ifi. (split a doubleheader with Clcvc- Triples—Virdon, Pittsburgh, 0; 'land. He hit a pair of two-run AKman, Chicago, Wills Los An-!homers in a fi-3 first game tri- Scles, Stuart and Clcmcntc, Pitts- umph and added another in the »ii . _ t'lll r» I »*' 1 "*' ' v -' ' Wl/ViCll I ClUU VslVII l\^l IHJj I IIAQ Ull l|'l I CII1V.I klUlltsU tl!IV/l.llV<I Hi 1.11** Atlanta 9-3, Little Rock 8-4 (frirst burgh and Boycr gt Lmijs 5 ] sccond gnmC| vvon by Cleveland game 10 innings) 2-2 fence with one out and the bases loaded. Ironically, Essegian was not credited with a hit because Vic Power failed lo touch second and was forcec 1 for the second out Cisco, 20; Robinson, Cincinnati, 18. Stolen bases—Pinson, Cincinna- Mon a ay Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League w. L. Pet- G.B. run scored. Detroit 45 , ,^ , „. New York 43 napped Detroit s c]cvcland five game winning streak and u ' LVUd " u as the winning The Indians 41 broke their own seven-game losing string. Baltimore Veterans Billy Pierce and Early 'SS'^V Wynn pitched the victories for the .SSfiSn f.Py ca ™ Iar I Minnesota the Indians. | Chicago's red hot While Sox j roared into a fifth-place tic with ; Baltimore, defeating Washington i White Sox whose 1 twice. 7-4 and 6-3. The double Id- |three-week surge has lifted them f'" fifth-place Boston 36 36 36 2'J 30 26 amiph extended the Sox' winning! from last place to 24 25 30 33 34 34 38 40 43 25 40 .625 .032 .577 .522 .514 .514 .433 .429 .377 .352 li, 13; Aaron, Milwaukee and winning Ihc nightcap of a double- Mays, San Francisco, 10. (header 3-1. The Giants won Ihc Pitching (based on 5 or more .opener 0-4. Sadecki losl his shul- dccisiqns)—Podrcs, Los Angeles, [out in the ninth when Willie Mays 7-1, .875; Miller;. San. Francisco, slammed his 18lh homer. 9 9% 9'/2 15 15'/2 19 21 •streak lo 10 in a row and gave •them 17 victcu-ies in their last 18 .games. Baltimore downed Los j Angeles 9-3 in 14 innings on Ron il Unison's home run. | Boston and Kansas City split. •The Red Sox won the opener 7-4 iiiiKl the A's took the second 3-2. 1 Cincinnati widened its first- place National League lead over iLos Angeles tc three games, shad'• it:g the Dodgers 3-2. San Francisco's third-place Giants wcro ;held even by St. Louis, winning jMusial's double featured a two- run rally in ihe second against ; loser Billy Loos. Mays' 18th homer | in the ninth ruined Sadccki's .shutout bid. Homers decided the Philly-Pi• rate twin bill. Robert Clemcntc •had two for Pittsburgh in the first game, his second igniting a four- run rally in the seventh inning Pancho Hen-era slammed a two- run homer in Ihe seventh of the nightcap to snap a 2-2 tic. lie with Baltimore, fifteen and a half games out June 11, the Sox now trail front-running Detroit by 914 lengths. Nellie Fox, with three hits and two RBI, was the Sox baiting star in Ihe opener and Floyd Robinson, with four hits and 3 RBI, paced their hitters in the nightcap. (N) Catcher Ellic Howard drove in innings) MondaV Games New York at Los Angeles Only game scheduled Sunday Results Detroit 6-3, Cleveland 3-4 Chicago 7-fi, Washington 3-3 Boston 7-2, Kansas City 4-3 New York 8, Minnesota 4 Baltimore I), Los Angeles 8 (14 KXAR KOLUMN rr Everybody Will Enjoy "The Tennessee Ernie Show "The Show That Sparkles" Songs, Music, Comedy Variety, Guests Presented by BAKER'S EASY PAY STORE Beginning Monday. July 3rd Monday thru Friday - 8:05 - 8:20 A. M. HERE IS A SPECIAL SPRITE Offer for the Holidays Ahead Buy One Carton, Get a 2nd Carton FREE At the Following Stores: A&P B&B GRO. & MKT. BAKER'S FOOD STORE BARRY S GRO. & MKT. BARRY'S QUICK SAC CHILDS EAST SIDE FOOD STORE MOORE BROS. GRO. & MKT. RALPH MONTGOMERY Gro. & Mkt. SAFEWAY WINEMILLER GRO. (W. Avc. B) four Yankees runs with a home run and single and offset the torrid hitting of Minnesota's Harmon Killcbrcw. The Twins' slrongboy clouted a home run and single to account for half his teams' runs off winner Bill Strafford. It was the sixth homer in six games for Killebrcw who drove in lo runs and hit .591 during the span. Mike . Fqrnieles pitched four scoreless innings to protect Don Schwall's sixth victory in seven decisions since the latter joined JTwi-nighl) Saturday Detroit 5. Cleveland 4 Chicago 12, Washington 6 New York 10, Minnesota 7 Kansas City 9, Boston 3 Los Angeles 4, Baltimore 1 Tuesday Games Washington at Cleveland (41 9 Chicago at Detroit (2 Twi-nighO Boston at Minnesota (2 Twi- nighl) Baltimore al Kansas City (2- Homc runs—Ccpcda San Fran- 4-3. Pitching—Ray adccki, Cardinals — The 20-year-old southpasv limiled San Francisco lo two hil.s, HOME LOANS TITLE 1 (Home Improvement) • Conventional • FHA Build — Buy — Repair — Remodel — Refinance This is a local institution, owned by the nearly 500 people who save their money here, and we're here to help YOU with your savings and loan problems. You are cordially invited to use our many facilities. Fred 0. Ellit, Secretary 209 S. Main - Pho. 7-4441 Making your city a better placi to llvi, work and nil* • family-. the result of a Savings and Loan business rr HOLIDAY AHEAD" Buy Your Pincnic Needs, Casual Wear, Swim Suits, Trip Insurance, and Fishing Tackle for the 4th of July Holiday Now . . . HOPE HAS IT ... BUY IT IN HOPE Hoikell Jonef Gen. Manager the Red Sox six weeks ago. Red Sox outfielder Carroll Hardy had a double and triple, scored two runs and drove in one. Gene Stephens, a former Red Sox outfielder, smashed a two-run;Los Angeles . homer to give the A's the split jSan Francisco and furnish Bob Shaw with his'Pittsburgh ... first Kansas City victory since he [Milwaukee .. came from the White Sox two iSt. Louis weeks ago. Ronnie Hansen homered in the New York al Los Angeles (N) National League top of the l<Hh and Jack Fisher Monday survived a bases loaded situation j San Francisco in the bottom of the inning lo;(N) W. L- Pet- G.B- Cincinnati ..... 43 25 .032 — 41 20 .r>8fi 3 38 29 .567 : AVz 33 30 .524 7'/i 30 32 .484 10 30 35 .402 11 V, Chicago 25 40 .3(15 I6'/ 2 Philadelphia ... 21 41 .33!) 19 Games at Philadelphia feature the Orioles marathon victory over the Angels which consumed four hours and 42 minutes and 16 pitchers. Fight Results j BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I Tokyo — Takeo Sugimori, 133, | Japan, outpointed Jumpol Pon;sing, 132, Thailand, 10. i New York—Yama Bahama, 15!), iBimini, B.W.I., outpointed Jose | Gonzalez 157'2, Puerto Rico, 10. | Manila — L.C. Morgan, 14m, lYoungstown, Ohio, stopped Rocky iKalingo, 144, Philippines, 2. Queen Elberta Is Selected CLARKSVILLE, Ark. 'API - Jaync Branting, 18, of Clarksville was named Queen Elberta Saturday night as the Johnson County j Peach Festival ended. Nancy i Cochran, 18, of Russellville, was I named Miss Arkansas River Valley. She attends Arkansas Tech and Miss Branting will attend Denver University this fall. Milwaukee at St. Louis (N) Only games scheduled Su na ay R e *ults Pittsburgh 10-3, Philadelphia 5-4 San Francisco 6-1, St. Louis 4-3 Cincinnati 3, Los Angeles 2 Chicago 5, Milwaukee 3 Saturday Results Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 2 . San Francisco 6, St. Louis 1 Milwaukee 13, Chicago 4 Los Angeles 0, Cincinnati 7 Tuesday Gam's Cincinnati at Chicago San Francisco at Philadelphia • N) Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (N) Milwaukee at St. Louis (N) | WMw to Fiih or Hunt Solunar Tables •y John AldtH Knight Tto schedule: of Solunar period u priated below, has been take. from John Aldeo Knight's Soluna Tables. Plan your days so the j you will be fisning in good terri j tory or bunting in good cover dur { ing these times, if you wish ti Uad UM bett iport that eaco dai bai to offer. Hw Major periods are shown t Nrid face type. These begin at th< •ima shown and last for an boo* «ad « batt or two hours then; The minor Periods, sbowt rtgular type, arc ol Minor League Re*ul*s BY THE, ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday Results Pacific Coa s t Leagu* Tacoma 3, Seattle 1 Spokane 8, Hawaii 2 Vancouver 5, San Diego 0 Portland 11, Salt Lake 10 American Association Houston 4-G, Louisville 2-9 Dallas-Ft, Worth 5, Indianapolis Omaha 5-2, Denver 3-3 lnt*r n ationa| League Jersey City 6-1, Toronto 3-0 Rochester 7-0, Richmond 2-1 Charleston 8-0, Buffalo 1-1 Columbus 11-4, Syracuse 5-3 Saturday Result* Pacific Coa*t League Salt Lake 14-7, Portland 12-1 San Diego 9-2, Vancouver 2-6 Spokane 11-1, Hawaii 3-a Seattle 1, Tacoma 3 American Association Denver 7, Omaha 2 Dallas-Ft. Worth 4, Indianapolis ; Louisville 4. Houston 3 International League Richmond 0, Rochester 7 Charleston 1, Buffalo 0 Toronto 9, Jersey City 3 Columbus 2, Syracuse 1 Mgn. . Tues. . Wed. . Thurs. Sat'. '. '. Sun. . , Major League Leaders BX THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Malar Mla*r Mal*> j Batting i based on 150 or more P.M. |at bats i — Cash, Detroit, .377; 3:35 9:55 ^toward. New York, .364. 4:33 10:55 j Runs—Mantle, New York, 61: 5:35 11:55 jCash, Detroit and Maris, New 6:35 12:25 I York. 58. 7:35 1:25 | Runs batted in—Cash. Detroit ii:30 2:20 'toi Maris, New Y;ork, lil 9:25 3:15 : - Hits - PiorsalL Cleveland, 90; . 3:10 »:25 . 4:10 10:25 . 5:10 11:25 .6:10 . 7:10 12:55 . S:10..1:55 . 9:05 2:50 If You Live In Arkansas; THE •ifl $90,000,000 BOND DEAL MEANS: MORI TAXES There is no magic way to pay off $90,000,000.00. This debt will have to be paid from current taxes or new taxes. You are going to do the paying with extra taxes for a long, long time. LESS SERVICE Construction alone does not build an educational program. Teachers determine the effectiveness of the educational program. Less service will result from the drain placed on Public School Funds and Welfare Funds by the BIG BOND DEAL. SOWS THE FEW $ ;' ' The big benefits go to just a few people. The bond holders, bond dealers, lawyers, and promoters will slice up a big $30,000,000.00 profit and you will pay the bill!., cosrs you The Bond Deal will cost $4,500,000.00 each year to service. E^ess racing fees and use taxes will only provide a small portion of this cost. At least $3,500,000,00 will have to be paid BY YOU each and every year. If You Love Arkansas Don't Mortgage Her Future VOTE'AGAINST THE BOND i DEAL X I m ml (Ppicj for fc>y tht Ark. Cpmm. for ihe Public Schools, J. K. Shepherd, Chm.) | W ^1

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