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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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HOP! STAR, HOfrf , ARKANSAS Monday, July 24, 1961 Here Is Roll of Famed Hempstead Rifles Reds Bounce Back to Lash Giants Twice By MURRARY ROSE As$o c ia'ed Press Sports Writer '•The Cincinnati Reds broke out of- a six-game losing streak Sunday by thumping the San Francisco Giants, 6-5 and 11-2. ; There apparently is no in-between pattern for Freddie Hutch- ihson's league-leading club. Either they win in batches or they lose the same way. The twin triumphs, engineered by 13 extra base hits including five homers, boosted the Reds' lead to I 1 2 games over the pressing Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers, sparked by lion Fairly's When to Fish or Hunt Solunar Tables By John Alden Knight H»e gcheatuy of Solunar period IB printed below, has been take. from John Alden Knight's Soluna Tables. Plan your days so tha jruu will be fisning in good tern lory or bunting in good cover din log these times, if you wish ti find the best sport that eacn d«j baa to offer. H»e Major periods are shown li S»ld face type. These begin at thi •to* shown and last (or an boui •pd • half or two hours there •(ter. rhe minor Periods, sbowi ID regular type, are of somewh* duration Minor Major Minor Major two doubles, edged the Cards at ; St. Louis 2-1. ; ' The Milwaukee Braves, sizzling in the heat, whipped the Pirates • at Pittsburgh twice. 11-4 and 5-4, for a tour-game sweep of the scr- | its. This moved the surging : Braves past the Pirates into fourth place, only a half game behind the third-place Giants. The Chicago Cubs snapped a seven-game losing streak by belting four homers, including • two by Don Zimmer, for an 11-5 walloping of the Phillies at Philadelphia. : i In the American League, the. weary Detroit Tigers regained first place from the Yankees by sweeping a marathon douhlehcad- er from the Athletics at Kansas City. 6--!. 17-H, while the New Yorkers were nipped in the ninth by the Red Sox at Boston, ")-•!. Minnesota blanked Cleveland, 10-0: the White Sox beat Baltimore 5-2. and Los Angeles' Angels thumped Washington, 8-3. Hutchinson will get an idea of how long this streak is headed when his club takes on the Braves at Milwaukee in the only league game tonight. Joey Jay U3-5> faces Milwaukee's Bobby Hendley '3-2'. The Dodgers play the Baltimore Orioles in the Hall of Fame game at Cooperstown, N.Y. Jerry Lynch's second homer of the game in the ninth earned the fi-o opener for Bob Purkey 112-51 and pinned the defeat on reliever Sam Jones 17-6". The Reds also got homers from Frank Robinson' and Leo Cardenas. Ed Bailey, a former Red. delivered two homers and Orlando Cepeda one for the Giants. Robinson's second homer of th| day—his 28th of the season—and 14 other assorted blows made it a breeze for Jim O'Toolc '9-8 1 IN HER SATURDAY FEATURE ARficLEiN HOPE 1 STAR .of July 1 Mary Anita Laseter referred to a framed plaqoe showing the roll call of the Hempstead Rifles of June 6, 1861. Above- is the plaque, photographed this week-end by The Star ;,....;THE BIG, FRAMED PLAQUE, STAINED AND YELLOW with.age, was discovered unclaimed at the close of the 1930 state fair in Little Rock and held by E. G. Bylander, )he fair's execu- .tiye,director. Mr. Bylander has just presented the heirloom to the 1 Pioneer Washington Restoration Foundation. • : THE ROSTER WAS PREPARED FOR COL. W. H. ETTER on June «, 1861, by a fine artist of the Arkansas Gazette. The 100-year old plaque still shows all the names of the Hempstead Rifles clean and sharp. Travelers Back in 1st Division By VERNON BUTL6K Associated Press Sports Writer All things considered, it was a : pretty good day for lefthanders in ithe Southern Association. 1 Southpaws cashed victory chips Sunday in all four games, and there were so many in action that la few even got battered rather roughly for the losing teams. Chattanooga, with lefty Jacc Striker going the distance, returned to first place with a 10-4 decision over Macon. Big John Davolio hurled a three-hitter, and j.Nashville kicked Birmingham out iof the league lead 7-1. Lefty Pat :Gillick restricted Atlanta to five hits a s Little Rock returned to 'the first division with a 10-2 victory over the Crackers, and Mobile got a strong relief effort from left-hander Don Corolla in a 13-4 decision over Shreveport. Striker had a three-hit shutout over Macon for the first seven 'innings, and Chatanooga led the Peaches by eight runs when Ma- found the in Hope Takes Disr. Babe Ruth Title Hope's Babe Ruth League All- Stars took the District 4 championship at Malvern Saturday night by beating a good Arkadelphia Babe Ruth team 3 to 0 in a pitching duel between Hope's Gecrge Jones and Arkadelphia's Jimmy McGuire. Hope had prccviously beaten .Malvern on Thursday night ;i to 5 and Arkadelphia had advanced to the final'j by dropping n,,t Springs 10 to 5 in an axtra inning , : affair. " • n • h, •Tony Purtle 'hit to the short- 'stop, who threw wide to first.pull, ing off the first sacker and pm ting Purtle on. Then- George Jones ; singled Purtle to second. Richard McDowell then 'hi tsharply | () the second baseman, who forced i Jones at second and threw wide to first in an attempt to get .Me Dowcll, with Purtle coming all the way home on the play. | The locals picked up another run ir; the sixth on Tony Pin-tie's j blast over the left field k-nee I with nobody on. Hope's fir/al run Mon. . lues. . Wed. . Tliurs. Fri. . . Sat. . . Sun. . A. M. 1:50 8:05 2:50 9:05 3:50 10:05 4:50 11:05 5:50 6:50 12:35 7:45 1:30 P.M. 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 12:05 1:05 2:00 tended his consecutive hitting streak to If! games. ! | Fairly's double in the first inning led to the Dodger's first run a^ain>t the Cards. His second 1 two-bagger in the sixth drove in M.iury Wills with the winner. The Braves pounded nine Pi- ra'.c pitchers for 25 hits in tak- had DON'T DELAY! Drive out to Jordan's "Get Far Shop" where you can get food for your freezer; butter beans, peas, okra. H.T.JORDAN *,,.,„„ NASHVILLE, ARK. Phone 588-W1 when Don LeJohn and Al Norris ; slugged homers. Dave Nicholson's ; homer and three singles paced a 14-hit Little Hock attack. The i husky bonus boy from St. Louis ! drove in four runs. The Travelers jjolted Cracker southpaw Ron Hub- jbard for six runs in le.vs than two ;innings. Gillick improved his sea- ison record to «-5. Hubbard suffered hi.s 10th defeat in 1'j decisions. ing two for nine of their last leu. Zimmcr's two homers '7 and ','<• for four runs. Kd Bouchce's .ninth and George Altman's l!Hh : were the bij; blows for f'hica^o. Don Demeter hit a triple and two-run homer for Chicago. Jim Brewer yave way after Ijernet- cr's homer in the fifth and Don El.ston '(>=1; v.ent Ihe re t of the distance for the v.ctory. bunted him to second and beat it out. Then Paul Her/ley drove one Jordan to third 1 . Jerry Burnet't then doubled to the left field corner sconr/g Jordan. Kit-hard McDowell led tnt- jutting with a double and a MII; le in three trips. George Joiie.- h,, ( | a double and a single in ;>,iir trips. \Va:>'dl, Purtle. Burn-it, Ka-.cr.v-.craft all had a hit apiece.' Jones wa-> the winning pitcher giving up only four hits and .-inking out five. Hope will play Cre-sctl u firM roiir.vi of the Male t arm nl. at 2::!0 Wednesday noon. Crops'.It. rimrxrup m Irict 7. -,w> beaten b\ del, state champion Pine Biut! day aften i.oiv 7 to '•'>. •lie um- •M;.ei ia i-. more than !'.•',:•• the bize ot Fiance-. tV V 0 i \ . RIFLES. $F;' & * I- i'uj • .*r s » Yanks Falter, Tigers Regain American Lead By MURRAY ROSE As s ocintccl Press Sports Writer Ddroil' wcar\. uern Timers were back in fir.I place in the lerican League loeay but the Krim simple lo move past Ihe New York Yankees lias taken its toll. The. Tigers won a hai'rowing marathon doublebeader. li-l and 17-14, iivcr Ihe Alhlelics al Kansas City Sunday but lost third baseman Sieve Horns for at least a month and enou;;h energy lo build a dam. Al'ler li hours am of playing lime the ' a half !;amc and on point in fronl of Ihe Yankees. The Yanks learned how it feels lo blow a name wilh Iwo-oiil in Ihe ninth, bowing 5-1 lo I he |(ed Sox on Gary Gc-iger's single. • To make it lnugh<:r for Ihe Tigers they had lo lake off for Lo'< i Angeles where tonight they will ! meet the revilali/od Angels in the i home run haven called Wrigley i Field. A defeat lo Ihe streaking i Angels will drop the Tigers a : Point back of Ihe Yanks since this j is the only league game on the j schedule. | The Angels completed a three- Knme sweep of (heir series with Washington l)y thumping the Senators !!-3 at Los Angeles with Sieve Hilko hitting his Hth home run and driving in three runs. Minnesota uncorked three homers • and six-hit pitching by Pedro 1 Ramos to blank Cleveland ]()•() and hand Bary Latman '!)-!) his first defeat. Roy Sicvcrs drove in four runs with a pair of four- baggers in Chicago's .0-2 fviumph lover the .slumping Baltimore I Orioles. ! In Ihe National League the Cincinnati Reds .snapped a six- game losing streak by beating t'iie , Sun r'rancisco Giants at Cincin- iiiati. 0-f) and 11-2 as Frank Rob- ! inson and Jerry Lynch each hig Hope Star SPORTS Bond Program Names Director | MALVERN, Ark. (Al 1 '' -Miss j Elizabeth Goodman of Malvtrn jhas been named stale director of r , „.. . . . !the women's division of Ihe United a pair oMiomcrs Ih.s increased «., t g . , ,, m _ sh/ , the Reds' first-place margin toi ic . ,,,„ ,, .,., r ' I 1 - games over Ihe Los Angeles Dodgers, who nipped St. Louis 2-1 at St. Louis. Milwaukee's flying Braves walloped Pittsburgh ll->, and 5-4 and drove past the Dues into foiirlh place, a half-game in back of Sai^ Franci.vco. Don 1m- iner's two homers accounted for four runs as the Chicago Cubs broke a seven-game losing streak by Ihumping Philadelphia, 11-5. tioros suffered a fractured left collar bone in a collision with ! V pilehing ace Frank Lary as they both went for a bunt in the see- the daughter of Mrs. Conney Goodman of Malvern the league-leading bailer (,:i(itii ••iml top RHI man f!)l> in Norm Cash. The first baseman went six i lor eight and drove in eight runs, j five in (lie second game mara- Ilion. His single in Ihe ninth inning of the opener drove in Ihe final I wo runs in Ihe four-run splurge. In Ihe second game hu gled in one of the six runs in the fourlh thai put Ihe Tigers in (rout for good and he double-;! Arlington Meet to Atract 200 i MOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP> — •The second annual Arlington Ama; leur tournament here Aug. 17-20 is expecled to attract more than j 200 golfers. I Qualifying for the match plly I meet starts Aug. i:{. \ A pro-am event is scheduled Aug. 17, with one professional and three amateurs makin up each learn. There will IK- ,",2 golfers in the [championship flight with Hi players in each of the other flights. ... , , , , .,, ' home two more in the four-run ond inning. Lary had to quit with j^^ Besides the :!:54 lime record for the closer. ..the two learns broke another record by one in using a total of 21 pitchers. The Tigers fattened their baiting mark with a charloy horse bul Boros went to the hospital. A week ago Saturday the Tigers lost Dick Brown, their first-string catcher. He has a broken finger. Jn addition to taking over first place, the Tigers wound up with 27 hits while Ihe A's belted 2:!, each getting 17 in the nightcap. Texan Captures * Chess Tourney HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP> — Kenneth Smith of Dallas, Tex., •won Ihe fifth annual Arkansas |Open Chess tournament Sunday j with a perfect f,-() score. He will i participate- in the U.S. Open tour- Iney in San Francisco nxt month/ i Ron Taylor of Fort Smith was second with a score of 4',i. ,\ SAFEWAY The peachiest peaches are here.... Arkansas' FincstTrec Ripened Freestone Elbcrtas. Enjoy Them in Many Ways. Sliced, with Cereal, in Cobblers, Pics, Sundaes, Salads or for Canning or Freezing Full $ Bushel Breakfast Gem - Small Doz. $ 1 White Magic For Washday Pricle & Praise Foil Wrapped to Keep Freshness In Moisture Out. • Tide Detergent gnt. box 59c Giant Box Limit One Box Per Customer Split Broilers U. S. D. A. 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