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Laurel Leader-Call (Newspaper) - January 30, 1964, Laurel, Mississippi KILLED ON RABBIT HUNT Route 6, allack his rabbit displays animal he identifies w a s hunting rabbits beyond as he shot as it. was Lake a n d near to spring from tree to Lake when the three dogs treed the The animal weighed about 2n staff More Personal Attention For Tornado Football Men An addition to coaching staff is certain to afford more personal attention to young men who participate in football training of the Laurel High School Golden Barney head said Effective David head football coach at Jones Junior High School for the past two joins the Tornado coaching staff as coach of the Poole proud to have Coach Kelley with Poole we'll now be able to give more personal attention to the many young football men who report for Edwin now in his fifth year at Laurel and assistant coach at Jones Junior High School for the past four will be the head football coach effective A NEW Joining Taylor as assistant coach is Norman who starred in high school football at He attended Ole Miss one then graduated at Junior College and Mississippi Taylor is a graduate of Jones County Junior College and the University of Southern Kelley is a graduate of Mississippi State where he starred in football and was Conference Spring practice for the Golden Tornado will begin in late Poole His staff now includes Hal line Joe assistant line Zerk backfield and end expect more than 80 boys in spring Poole with a five man staff we'll be able to afford them more personal attention than ever afforded a Golden Tornado training Two Seeded U.S. Aces Far Back In Ski Race 14 Jan. 30, 1964 By TED SMITS Associated Press Sports Editor Austria dashing Egon Zimmerman flashed to a course record victory in the men's downhill ski race - glamor event of the Olympics - and America's high hopes crumbled on a sour note today in the ninth Winter Three more championships were in the ninth Winter Olympics The United States is still without a bitterest disappointment came in the where the two seeded U.S. Billy Kidd of and Bud Werner of Steamboat Colo. - finished far out of the One of Uncle Sam's unheralded Annibale a 19-year-old. student from turned in the best 2 21.59 seconds for 14th The favored Zimmerman's winning time was 2:18.17. the fastest ever down the 3,412-yard Mount where a young Australian met his death in training last REFUSED TO TAKE Werner and U.S. veteran Chuck Ferries of ' themselves behind a barrier immediately after the disappointing race and refused to talk to Reporters who sought interviews were roughed up by the Kidd's time was 2:21.82 for 16th, Werner's 2:22.05 for 17th, and 2:23.00 for -i 20th. 7. Prior to the race the American contingent had protested against the omission of any of their skiers from the top seeded International ski officials finally gave in and put Kidd and Werner in the top 16. A 26-year-old Finnish border customs Eero won the 18.6 race in 1 30 50.7 seconds and scored a 1-2-3 sweep in the women's 500-meter speed skating GiRLS DO WELL The United States made its best showing of the day in the women's 500-metcr speed skating a European with Jeanne Ashworth of Lake and Jan Smith ol tying for fourth The gold medal was won by the husky Lidia a double winner in the games at Squaw in 45 seconds She and two til her teammates - Irinia 45.4, and Tatyana 45.5, all beat the Olympic record of 45.9 set by Helga of East Germany four vears Beagle Hounds Run Saturday Beagle hounds will gn for rab bits in a Saturday field trial at the running grounds of the Free State Beagle The site is miles south of the nty on Old Highway In The hounds will run in tuo inch and 15 inch i Measuring of the hounds will begin at 7:30 a.m. Sonny Stevens will judge both j His assistants are I Butler and Morris | The 15 inch hounds east at 8:30 a.m. and the 13 inch beagles will compete when the first class is completed registered Beagles are Owners of the competing hounds are not required to be members of the Free Stale Beagle Ribbons have been mm for winning The two American girls clocked 46.2. The Yanks never were in contention in the 30-kilometer ski traditionally dominated by Mike the 21-year-old Fort Lewis College student from finished 30th in 1 40 11.7 seconds for the best U.S. Dick Taylor of was 42nd in 1:42:39.5; Larry Damon of 46th in 1:42:57.7, and Jim Shea of Lake 48th in 1:43.18.4. Marie a 19-year-old high school girl from showed a lot of spunk by competing in the women's speed skating race despite an overnight attack of shin a form of muscle She clocked 46.6 for seventh who many observers said was washed was flushed and tired after completing the more than 18-mile ski Commissioner Ford Frick Stands For Uniform Law Owner Of Athletics Gets 2-Week Extension WASHINGTON - Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick endorsed today a proposing uniform antitrust exemptions for professional basketball and He the Senate Antitrust and Monopoly subcommittee he understood the measure would permit continued self-regulation by extend the same right to the other sports and end confusion now surrounding their antitrust SERVES THE PUBLIC Self-regulation by Frick said in prepared well served the public and the The confusion Frick mentioned stems from Supreme Court decisions which have exempted baseball from antitrust regulation since 1922 but not the other The prepared statements of all concerned in the hearings remained strictly silent on a issue which interested all of efforts of Charles O. owner of the Kansas City to moved his American League team to Louisville or The league has refused to permit him to and Finley has threatened to Sen. Edward V. told a reporter the subcommittee had notified Finley's lawyers that Finley would be welcome if he cared to testify about his Long said there has been no indication Finley will show up at these or later Chairman Philip A. had announced the subcommittee would invite but not compel testimony from in a statement for the warned baseball moguls that Congress has an eye on the imbalance in baseball which sees some clubs chronic others equally chronic There has been grumbling off and on that teams rich in talent tend to trade good players only among presumably because weaker clubs have little top notch talent to trade off. KANSAS CITY O. Finley and the city are farther apart then ever over a stadium lease for his Athletics and Finley has gained new confidence from a extension of the American Finley at a 90-minute session two four-year city proposals he had taken under advisement He insisted he would risk bankruptcy by signing for more than two The city wouldn't back down from its stand that at least four years is to recapture support of the and to stabilize the troubled NO NEW MEETING No new meeting was set and no new proposals are under Finley threatened to go to court after the American League turned down by a 9-1 vote his bid to move to Louisville Jan. 16 and by the same vote ordered him to sign a lease with Kansas City by Feb. 1 or face expulsion from the Joe league extended the deadline to Feb. 15 a short before Wednesday's at the request of Finley's Louis Finley went to Oakland after Saturday's session here and obtained a firm commitment to play there next should the league But the league ignored Finley's request for a new meeting to consider a move to Basketball Team Scores 211 Points La. - The mismatch of the any Grand Ave. High of DeQuincy beat Audrey Memorial High of Cameron 211-29 - in basketball Wednesday Raymond Clarkston scored 48 points for the victors and four of his teammates each got over 20 Jaycee Team Coasts Home The the Laurel Jaycees barely beat the Red a team of in a Wednesday night basketball game at the Civic Not so. The Jaycee bolstered by basketball coaches in the city school could have come up with a And that wouldn't have been good for the Red who are billed as the nation's top professional girls team in Despite the close score that went into the record the Jaycees coasted And seldom has there been such To hold down the a Jaycee goal from the field was counted as one point rather than And Red Head goals from the foul lines were counted as two points rather than But the some 800 fans who attended enjoyed the The clowning of the girls was especially the game had a most magnificent It was a benefit in which the profits go to the Jones Heart Cage Tourney Resumes Play Idle the Jones County Championship Basketball Tournament returns to the Civic Center boards with a four game slate of first round games At 5 p.m. Calhoun Girls meet Ellisville The Calhoun Hornets face the Soso Blue Devils at 6 Myrick Girls met Glade Girls at 7 and at 8 o'clock the Shady Grove Golden Eagles soar against the Myrick The Tournament opened in a four game slate Soso Girls beat Sandersville the Glade Green Hornets eliminated the Moselle Moselle Girls defeated Shady Grove and the Ellisville Rebels stopped the Sandersville Friday is also a recess The tournament semifinals swing into action at 6 p.m. The championship games are at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. FIGHT RESULTS Wednesday's Fights By TIBS ASSOCIATED PRESS 158, knocked out Del 158, St. 5. 154, Los outpointed Ron 160, 10. 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Wagon Standard air White wall It's 1960 Cadillac 6 Window Sedan Green loaded with a local one owner Derby Favorite Finishes Third Fla. - Roman the colt some think will win the Kentucky made his first start of the year at Wednesday and finished third in a field of Roman Brother gave away from five to nine pounds to packing top weight of 122 in the He was ridden by Manuel who came from California to do the The race was won by Green-tree Delirium under 117 pounds in the modest time of 1:24 2-5. High Finance finished Something New In Basketball Miss. - There's something new in basketball at Jones County Junior For the first time in the history of the college an Intramural Basketball League has been in operation this And come Monday night an All-Star game will occupy the boards at Ellisville Field Game time is 7:30 The competing teams have been selected from North and South divisions of the league and are ready for Many of the players are former Rebel Conference or Ready to bear the North All-Star banner into the combat are Sam Larry Con nie Billy Sonny Dwight Dan Roy and Denny The South All-Stars include Gary S. Tommy Richard Mike Mickey Larry Allen Albert Phil Hearn and Mack There is no admission BOWLING birthplace of the diamond is a modern city of about 80,000 standing on open 265 miles southwest of in the heart of the Republic of South EARLY BIRD 49 IT West Side Lindley Wire High team Ravens - 1812 High team Ravens - 624 High Individual Mildred 213 High Individual Mildred 518 LADIES Dixie Gardiner Lumber Co. Laurel Mach & Fdry 29',4 21 Rose Brownlee Sid's Trade Waller's High team Dixie Auto 2378 High team Auto High Individual Hill & Jean Temple 200 High Individual Sarah Hill - 5,'iM ORIGINAL DRIVE-IN THEATRE 1st Show At 6:45 Phone 428-5451 You'll The Yum Yum Furnished by Subject To Without Notice Channel 7 Laurel & Hattiesburg THURSDAY P.M 1:00 Dav 6tn Hour 8:30 Dragnet 7:00 McCaffrey Showtime 7:30 Dr. 8:30 Hazel 8:00 Kraft Suspense Theatre 10:0O Farmer's Daughter 10:30 News Final 10:45 Tonight Show FRIDAY A.M. 6:30 Laff 7:00 Today Say When 9:25 News 9:30 Word for Word 10:00 Concentration 10:30 Missing Link 11:00 First Impression 11:30 Truth or Consequences 11:91 Newt FRIDAY P.M. 12:00 Peoples Choice 12:30 Midday News 12:35 Camera Seven 12:45 Hymn For The Day 12:50 Corner 1.00 Let's Make A Deal 1:25 News 1:30 The Doctore 2:00 Loreita Young 2:30 You Don't Say 3.00 Match Game Newt 3:30 Room for Daddy 4:00 Engineer Bob 4:45 4:55 Gale Storm 5:25 Weather Eye 5:30 Huntley Brinkley 1958 Imperial 2-Door Hardtop Solid It's loaded with extra and is ready to 1959 Olds 51295 4-Door Sedan Russett full One lots of other OTHERS 1959 Mercury 9 Sta. 1958 Olds S 88 4-Door Sedan 1958 Cadillac Sedan DeVille 36,000 actual Loaded with 1957 Mercury 4-Door Sedan 1957 Plymouth 2-Door Sta. 1960 International 2 Ton 1960 Ford 3/4 Ton Pickup DRIVE WITH USE SEAT BELTS A PUBLIC SERVICE MESSAGE SPONSORED BY MASONITE CORPORATION Channel 3 Jackson 5:30 Huntley Brinkley 6:00 News 6:15 Sports 6:25 Weather 6:30 The Texan 7:00 Donna Reed 7:30 My Three Sons 8:00 Peter Gunn 8:30 Hazel 9:00 Theatre 10:00 The Saint 11:00 News 11:10 News 11:20 Sports 11:25 Weather 11:30 Decoy 12:30 Sign Off FRIDAY A.M. 6:55 Morning Prayer 7:00 Today 7:25 Miss. 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