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*•§• Six 1. A. Homers 'have Lead of heRedlegs By BD WILKS soci'atcd Press Sports Writer ?cond place I,us Anodes ahm- '«! four homo runs for ;i 10-1 -ZC ill Cincinnati '!'hursd;iy 'I, shaving (111 1 Reds' N;ilion;il Site lend to I'-j games with • fifth straight loss. The Dod- ; swept the two-came scries thumping first Hob Purkey , Joey Jay, the two aces of ' Heels' pitching staff. n Fnineiscn clung to third J with ;i !().(; victory at SI. s, ending the Cards' winning IS ;tl. five while- 1'inrlh-place shurgh beat the Chicago Cubs bcliiiul the four-hit pitching ioiilhpaw Joe (iiblion. Milw;iu defeated I'liiliidelphia 5-1. i (lie American League. l)et crushed Baltimore !.">-!! and (lined first place by one per- ilagc point over idle New York. vcliliul otil-sluguod HosLuii II in the only other AL game ledulcd. )ukc Snider. \Viliie Davis, illy Moon and Norm l.arker. Icft-liandcd swingers, did Ihe imping for the Dodders auainst _.y (13-rP. Singles by Maury ills and Moon, \vlio dro\e in ircc runs, and Snider's homer 'rapped it ii|) in a four-run third fining. Southpaw Sandy Koufax ('12-61 was the winner. ; San Francisco blew a li-0 lead, •when Bill White's three-run dou- < bel tied it for the Cards in the sixth inning. But the Giants then broke loose for four runs in the eighth on Harvey Kuenifs tie- breaking double and Willie Mays' 28th homer. That lump: the defeat on reliever Lindy Mi-Daniel '6-4). Rookie Dick LeMay '2-2' von it in relief. Jerry Kindall had two of the Cubs' hits, both doubles, off Gibbon <8-4>. who gave up three walks but struck out nine for his first major league shutout. Dick Stuart doubled home ;r fir.-t inning run for the Pirate?, and they added two mure in the fourth on Bill Maxero.-ki's single off losing lefty Jack Curtis 'ti-4'. JJoc Adcoek lit ihi.-: loth home run and also had one of the Braves' three siimles in a three- run first inning that beat Chris Short (3-2>. Rokie Bub Hendley (3-2>, a left-hander, shut out the Phils after Don Demctcr hom- ered in the first inninc. HOP I STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS Friday, July 2T, Standings Sout n ern Association fey THE ASSOCIATED PRESS W- L.Pct.G-B. 5(1 43 .374 59 Chattanooga Birmingham Atlanta Shrcvcport Little Rock Mncon 50 51 40 Mobile 44 Nashville .... 44 44 4(1 52 (;;) f>3 50 58 .573 .534 .4!X) .4!K) .4(V> .440 .431 II ]3"j l-l'.-i Friday's Gomes Little Roek at Atlanta (2) Nashville at Birmingham jMacon at Chaltanoga <2) Mobile at Shrcvcport Thursday's Results Atlanta 5, Macon 0 Mobile G, Birmingham 2 Little Rock 5, Shrcvcport Chattanoga at Nashville, polled, rain 1 post- SCUHA diver wears (1) snorkel (2) mask, (3) regulator, (4) back pack, (5) safety float and (fi) weight-, belt. "Diver uses fins (7) and carries underwater camera housing (8). Another Edition Given Away ST. PETERSBURG. F!;i. 'A! 1 ' —Tropical storm Brencla dumped more than 12 inches of rain on Florida the last time the St. Petersburg Independent gave away its "sunshine" edition of the paper. That was July 20. iwo. ' The Independent gave another edition. the 212th, away. Wednesday when ihe sun failed to shine on the Independent building for 24 hour--. The paper started the practice in 1910 to promote St. Petersburg as the "Sunshine City." Whtn to Fish or Hunt Solunar Tables By John Alden Knight The schedule or Solunar period U printed below, has been take from John Alden Knight's Soluna Tables. Plan your days so tha ym will be fisning in good tern lory or bunting in good cover dur mg these times, if you wish t< find the best sport that eacn das baj to offer. I** Major periods are shown L *ydd face type. These begin at tin •Jm« shown and last for an hoii fcnd • half or two hours there ' after. The minor Periods, showi ta regular type, are of somewhai •borter duration. Minor Major Adinor Major A. M. P. M. Fri. . . . 11:40 5:30 11:") 5:40 Sat. . . 6:20 12:: J ,U 6:40 Sun. . . . 12:5.3 7:10 1:2U 7:35 Travelers Get Even With Sports By ROSS M. HAGEN Associated Press Sports Writer Chatanoga holds a paper-thin advantage over Birmingham in their see-saw struggle for first. place in Southern Association standings, but the Lokouts will have to credit their current lofty poi-iion In Moble's unsung Bears. While Chattanooga sat idly by in Na.-hville. watching the raindrops fall. Mobile was trimming Birmingham's proud Barons, 6-2. It \v;is Mobile's second straight victory over the Detroit farmhands and it knocked them out of the lead. To be sure. Chattanooga's rrmr- dn isn't much — one percentage. point—but the Lookouts arc back on top. Biu Thad Tillotson threw a ''irt-e-hiUcr at Macon and his Atlanta, his teammates found enough baiting prowess to conquer th> Peaces 5-0. The victory took some of the sting off a double loss to the Macon slub the night before. In the only other league activity. Little Rock whipped Shrove- port 5-1. The usually punchless Mobile Bears hammered out 11 hits against four Birmingham pitchers. Infielder Prentice Browne led the assault, driving in three runs. Tiiiotson hurled one of his best -amus of the season against Ma- cmi. After a leadoff single to Chico Snare?., the young right • homier retired the next 11 batters to face him. He surrendered two more .-ingles—to Tony Bartirome in the sixth and Nick Testa in the eighth. Meanwhile, the Crackers touched Macon ace Charlie Rabe fur nine hits, including a homo, run by Larry Burright. Dave Nicholson, 5110,000 Baili- more Oriole bonus baby, smashed t«o home runs for Little Rock a'jain-t Shrcvcport. He poled a three-run homer in the first inning and added a solo blast in the fifth. Chick Ready held the Sports to five hits. I'-: 7 7'i 10 l'-j '- FRIDAY'S BASEBALL iy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League ' W-. L-. Pet. G-B. Cincinnati 50 3f> .GO'J — Los Angeles ... 54 37 .3'J3 San Francisco . 4(! 42 .5311 Pittsburgh .... 44 3!) .iiso j Milwaukee .... 43 43 .500 I St. Louis 43 4G .4!',;; Chicago 3!) 51 .427 Philadelphia .. 27 5!) .314 Thursday's Results Milwaukee 5, Philadelphia 1 Pittsburgh 4, Chicago 0 Los Angeles 10, Cincinnati I San Francisco 10, St. Louis G Today's Games San Francisco at Cincinnati 'N 1 Los Angeles at St. Louis (Ni Milwaukee nl Pittsburgh (N) Chicago at Philadelphia (N) Saturday's Schedule Ihicago at Philadelphia Milwaukee at Pittsburgh San Francisco at Cincinnati Los Angeles at St. Louis N> American League L.. 33 32 42 43 47 5150 54 54 53 Pet. G.B .G45 — .044 ' .541! .547 .500 .403 .458 i W-. i Detroit ........ GO iNcw York .... 5!) i Baltimore ..... 51 ! Cleveland ..... 52 ! Chicago ....... 47 [Boston ........ 44 j Washington ... 42 iLos Angeles ... 3<l 54 .419 i Minnesota ..... 38 54 .413 I Kansas City ... 33 53 .363 i Thursday's Results Detroit 15, Baltimore 8 Cleveland 12, Boston 11 Only games scheduled Today's Games Cleveland at Minnesota Detroit at Kansas City <N> New York at Boston <N> Washington at Los Angeles Baltimore at Chicago (N- Saturday s Schedule New York at Boston Baltimore at Chicago Cleveland at Minncsoto Detroit at Kansas City Washington at Los Angeles 0 9 13' i: 17 17' .-i 21 21'i; 20 (N) MINOR LEAGUE RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Rochester 5. Syracuse t Buffalo 8, Toronto 0 Other games postponed American Association Denver 3, Dallas-Fort Worth 1 Omaha 6, Indianapolis 1 Louisville 0, Houston 1 Pa c ific Coast League Tacoma 2, San Diego 1 j Seattle 16, Spokane 1 | Vancouver 10, Portland G Salt Lake City 8, Hawaii 1 o MAJOR LEAGUE STARS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching — Sandy Koufax, Dodgers, checked Reds on seven hits, ! while not allowing a run over last eight innings in 10-1 victory. j Hitting—Rocky Colavito, Tigers, drove in five runs with pair of homers in 15-8 victory over Orioles. Liquor Men Arc Against Rates LITTLE ROCK HP'— The state C u m m c r c e Commission said Wednesday that seven Little Rock wholesale liquor distributors have protested a proposed increase in intra-ia'.L 1 truck freight rates. A hearing on the rate increase is -.dicduled by the Commerce Commission Tuesday. The truckers want authority to bost minimum rates from S2..VS to S3.06 and to increase weight - distance mile rales. niaffer of FACT Detroit Regains 1st Place Over Idle Yankees By ED Ass°cintcd Press WILKS Sports Wri'or j Our grim-faced TV cowboys would no more break into song than wear lace pants. But home-made music was one of the rare pleasures of the old West. Cowboys liked to give old tunes new words to fit their own outfit or section. You'd hear 30 different versions of a song between Idaho and Texas. © Encyclopedia Britannic* Riders Again Continued from Page One leave Ihe slate without further tests of segregation. Jiabhi Sidney Shanker, Cran! brook, N.J., and Rabbi Herman j Stern of River Edge. N.J., flew 1 home a few hours after the latest group arrived in Little Rock. Rabbi Stern called The Associated I five Press in Memphis from the Memphis airport, lie .said he had learned a great deal first hand about segregation in the South. "We feel it degrades both the Negro and white populations" he said. "We think there arc many white people in the South who want to end segregation, but for one reason or another will not •stand up for their ideas." He said the other three riders would fly home today. Thomas, a lanky The Detroit Tigers moved back I on lop in Ihe American League'! nice by thumping Baltimore 15-1! i Thursday for a one-percentage point edge over idle New Yoi'k. Cleveland out-slugged Boston and no other games were sched- In the National League, second- place Los Angeles rapped Cincinnati 10-1 for a two-game sweep that shaved Ihe Reds' lead to l'/i games. Sail Francisco heat. St. Louis l()-(i. Pittsburgh defeated Chicago Cubs '!-(! and Milwaukee beat Philadelphia !>-!. The Tigers twice came from behind againsl Ihe Orioles before ripping a (i-(i lie wilh righl runs in Ihe seventh. Hocky (,'olavito drove in five runs wilh a pair of homers, Ihe second a Ihr'ee-ruiv shol in the big seventh. Jim Gentile hit Iwo home runs for the Birds. Hal Woodeshick <l-:u was the winner in relief and Steve Barber ' If)-!!) the loser. Jim Piersall and Tito I'Vancona drove in seven runs between them for the Indians ami paired for concscutivc home runs in a four- run seventh inning that beat Ihe Red Sox. Boston, down ;i-2 after ME AND MY SHADOW—Phil Cavarrclla, Jr., 4, mimics his father as they watch Detroit batting practice. Little Phil has to gel an early start if he is to emulate his clad. The Tiger coach was the Cubs' regular first baseman at 17. innings, had five runs in taken the lead the lop of the seventh. Bobby Locke (li-0) won it and Billy MuffeU (2-10) lost it, both in relief. . . ^ V 1C U.dcrs have fair on Crappie Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes LITTLE ROCK (API-Here is a fishing forecast from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission: Lake Maumellc: Water clear and normal. Bass and crappie fair on minnows and artificial field secretary for ihc"congress' bait ' Brciim fair lo g °° d °" crick of Racial Equality, respect the Freedom failed. "We're trying to make it possible for everyone to get served and use bus facilities," lie .said, "not just Freedom Riders." lie added that this is not yet possible. Thomas has been in and out of jail seven times in connection with anti-segregation demonstrations. Asked if he thought he might be arrested again, he said, "I understand they have new jail space at Jackson, Miss., and I'm ready, willing and able." F.c was one or the original group of riders whose bus was burned at Aniston, Ala., and he spent 45 days in jail at .Jackson and was released only two weeks Hope Star SPORTS U.S. Track Team Sorely Crippled LONDON (API — "How, 1 mused Jumbo Jim Elliott today, "can one track team wind up wilh so many injuries? I'm just els an Lake Ouachita: Water clear and normal. Bass fair on and live bails. Bream crickets and worms, poor. Lake Hamilton: Water conditions good. Black bass fair to good on artificial bail. Bream fail- on crickets and worms. Crappie fair on minnows. Lake Conway: Water clear and j ama/ed." normal. Bass fair on artificial | Elliott, head coach of (he Unit crickets and ! ed States track team that look ago. He said he- was arrested six times while participating in sit-in demonstrations in Washington while a sophomore at Howard University. That was before he became involved in the Freedom Rider movement. The other two riders who remained wilh Thomas in Little Rock are Woollcott Smith, a while Michigan Stale University student from Vincyardhaven, Mass., and John Harvard of Elizabeth, N.J., a Negro. Negroes have used while facilities at bus stations here in the pas.t although separate res', rooms, lunch counters and waiting rooms still arc maintained. Thomas' group used all those before leaving the station in a taxi. The three spent the night with friends here. bail. Bream fair on worms. Crappie fair on Lake Grcson: Water clingy. White bass fair ficial bait. Lake Bull Shoals: Water Bass fair trolling. Blue on worms. Catfish fair and willow limb lines Lake Norfork: Water clear Black bass fair on jigs anil eels Crappie fair on live bail. Lake Catherine: Water clear and normal. Bass fair on artificial bait. Bream fair on crickets and worms. minnows. high and on arti- falling. gill fail- on trot on Great Britain at White City Stadium today and Saturday in its (bird inlcrnational meet in a week, had to make four subsli- lulions for his injured men going againsl Greal Britain. The hospital list roads like this: 1. John Fromm, javeline Ihrow- er from Seattle—out wilh a pull in his side. 2. Bill Sharpc, hop, step and jumper from Philadelphia — out with a bad leg. 3. John Uclses, pole vauller from the Quanlicu Marines—out wilh a bad leg. 4. Paul Oraylon, sprinter from Villanova—out wilh a pull in his leg. 5. Jerry Sieberl, half-miler of Santa Clara, Calif—Ailing wilh a cold and a bad knee but ready to start the half-mile. Dave Edslrom will lake the place of Fromm in the javelin, Chuck Fra/ier will substitute for Drayton in Ihe 100 and Earl Young for Drayton in the 220; Ralph Boston or Cliff Cushman will replace Sharpe in the hop, step and jump, and Paul Herman will lake over for Uelses in the pole vault. Fight Results Some States lipping Their Draft Quotas By BARRY SCHWEID WASHINGTON <AP> — Several states today reported they were increasing their pools of available draftees. Selective Service officials in Washington tied the increase to the already announced 8.000-man August draft call, 2,000 more than Chis month's call. Indications In the capital were that the administration planSfcd to rely primarily on trained National Guardsmen and reservists in any defense manpower buildup. Larger draft quotas would be used only as a possible lony- range support measure. Some stale Selective Service directors said they were acting on orders from Washington in building up Ihe available supply of men eligible for induction Olo the armed forces. A Selective Service official here pointed out that some increases had been expected—there were no draft calls for May and June wilh 14,000 men to be. drafted in July and August. "1 think perhaps some slate directors may have sent out calls I for more men in anticipation of further increases," he said, '.gut there have been no increases since the call of li.OOO was announced for August." Selective Service officials said the state calls had no connection with the Brim crisis. Among th states reporting increases in their "ready pool" were Massachusetts, Indiana, Ohio, Arizona, Oklahoma, exas, Georgia Rhode Island lilies, Oregon, Tennessee Arkansas and Maryland. The possibility that the draft will be increased exists. For one thing, it has been operating at relatively low levels sine th bginning of th year. When the increased draft call for August was announced, a Defense Department spokesman said the purpose was to help bring fl'ic Army up lo its authorized power of 870,000 from its present !I56,000. The Pentagon has been answering all questions about draft quotas by saying they arc deterd .mined on monlh-to-month bais. Selective Service headquarters said it had received no word ifrom the Pentagon of any marked increases to be asked soon. f Speculation centered then on the possibility of early induction into federal service of a few Guard divisions together with individual members of specialized units of the ready reserves. The ready reserves total more By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Los Angeles—Wayne Thornton, :i(>2, Los Angeles, knocked out Buck Bellamy, KiO',-., Phoenix 2. i than a million men. A subslan- Tokyo — Teteuva Yamaguchi,; lial part, the Pentagon says, can 117 Japan, knocked out Koji move out quickly when mustered Ishibashi, 117, Japan, I. into federal service. Ask your dealer about a real cool extra-cost option-Chevrolet air conditioning. 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 ana' loan problems. You are cordially invited to use our man'.' fcd!:fies. Fred 0. Ellis, Secretary 209 S. Main — Pho. 7-4661 Miking your city a better place to live, work and ralsi a fimlty- th« result of a Savings and Loan business 124 Ibylu vqyyxssuec ec 21 MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 200 or mor£ Batting (based on 200 or more at bats) — Howard, New York, .367: Cosh. Detroit. .354. Runs—Mantle, New York, fi:j; Colavito. Detroit, 7B. Runs batted in—Gentile Baltimore. 89; Mantle and Maris, New York, 84. Hits — B. Robinson. Baltimore, 113; Kubck, New York. 110. Doubles — Kubck, New York, 20: Kalinc, Detroit. 23. Triples — Wood Detroit. U; Landis. Chicago, fi. Home runs—Mantle. New York. 36; Maris. New York. 35- Stolen bases — Aparicio Chicago, 32; Howscr. Kansas City, 26. Pitching i based on 7 or more .decisions'—Lotman, Cleveland. D- 0. 1.000: Ford. New York, 17-2. .8'J"). Strikeouts — Ford New York, 131; Pascual, Minnesota, i:X). Autopsy Ordered in Woman's Death BENTON, Ark. <AP' - An autopsy was ordered to determine the cause of death of a Ne»ru j woman whose body was found on a path near here Wednesday. | Coroner George Mac-Donald or- i clercd the autopsy on the woman, ! identified by sheriff's officers as i Mrs. Lucille Arberry, about :i!l. of jBcnton. Officers said the body bore no marks of violence. Xcw Clicfij Comiir 700 > t -Door Sedan New Impala Sport Coupe Claims Revolt Is Crushed Summertime is saving time at your Chevrolet dealers one-stop shopping center Salvador; says it! National League Batting i based on 200 or more at bats' — Clcmente. Pittsburgh: ..'i.VJ; Moon. Los Angeles, .:',43. Runs — Mays San Francisco, Runs — Mays. San I.ranciscob B2: Robinson, f'incinnaii. 7:,. Huns batted in — Cope-da. San Francisco, 82; Robinson, Cincin- SAN SALVADOR. El (APi— The government has crushed a Communist. l ( .. ( ; revolution plot timed to erupt ( , n the July 21', anniversary of thy ('astro movement in Cuba. A communique said a lar^c rjuantily of Marxist propaganda was seized when government forces moved against the plotters Wednesday. I'nolficial sources f-aid several men were arrested. You can't beat your Clievy dealer fur a July buy! Summertime savings are in full suing. And — becuu.se Ihuse. Jet-smooth Chevies are outselling all other makes —lie's in u position to make the savings even better. Take your pick from luxurious Impalas, popular ik-1 Airs, thrifty Bi.seuyne..; and (hose. best-selling full si/.o wagons. C'orvair your dish 1 .' See those, trim, easy going sedans and coupe.-; (including the sporty ) and Greenbrier ami Lake-wood wagons. Corvette bug biting you'.' Amerieu'a goingest sports car is itching to make you happy. And so is your dealer, who has about everything on wheels you could want, wish for—or fall in love. with. Live it up, save, it up, see. him now. J('(-smoo(h Chevy nati 77. Hits — Pinson. Cincinnati. ll<",: Clcrnrnte, Pittsburgh. 117 Doubles — Coleman Cincinnati 24: Mays. San Francisco. 2'', Pittsburgh and While. ; J£3. St. Loui Home Cisco. 2\ CO. 2fi. Stolen k33. ID: Cincinnati, runs—Mays, San ; Cepcda, San I- bases — Aaron. 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