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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - June 26, 1960, Galveston, Texas                                Dare Devils Moving In Negro LL By JIMMY BLAIR O.K., so the ILA 329 Red Sox St. Augustine Cardinals have been hot and the ILA 851 Falcons hive been hotter. But have you noticed ILA 15M YMCA Dare Devils? The Dare Devils, the most im- proved club in the Negro Little League, shifted gears and vacat- ed the cellar. While the Falcons are setting the pace in the loop, the Dare Devils have found a new solution to their long losing streak and expect to be better in the second round. Although the Red Sox and Card- inals lost some ground during the past week, both teams can gain if the Dickinson Cubs turn back the Falcons this coming week. As of now the biggest noise in the loop is the pitchers.' The Cubs' L. B. Wheelock Ir. leads the hit- ting parade with an average ol .667 and close behind is four more pitchers with a mark of .600. LEAGUE STANDINGS '7 I. ILA ISI 5 II 1.000 ILA 37> 4 MO St. Auiustiae j SL Vincent 3 2 ILA IXt 23 ILA !MM I 5 Dickinson 0 4 HITTING Player Team AB H L. B. Wheelock, Cub. 9 6 John Plcxney, Falcons 10 6 Otli Muie. falcons 11 t John Knox. Red Sox 12 6 B. Crockett Blue Sox 10 e P. Taylor, Blue Sox 53 Robert Brooks, Falcons 11 6 James Dennis. Blue Sox 10 5 OTHER LEADERS Kuna: Brooks, Falcons; Sanchez, Fal- cons (each Pickney and Muse (both Falcons with 7 Knox. Red Sox and Crockett, Blue Sox (each wirji Two base Whprlock 3. Den- Bis 3; Three base H. Brooks. L. Phillips: Home runs Wheelock Rob- ert Brooks. Frank r.aton, BcunMjn Jones, Robert Jack. Oliver While, J. Durien (one Runs batted In Muse 7. Knox 7, Pickney 6. Whrrtock 5. PITCHING Player Team W L Pel. Robert Brooks. Falrons i 0 1.000 Mose Hunter, Falcons 2 0 1.000 Fred Senette. Cards 1 0 1.000 J. Knox. Red Sox 1 0 1000 J. Plckoey, Falcons 1 0 1.000 Crockett, Blue Sox 1 0 LOW THIS WEEKS' GAMES MONDAY-Blue Sox vs Cardi- 1USY CHAMP GENE FULLMER, WHO'LL. PSFEMP ft.B.A. MIPPLEWSIffHT TITLE By Alan Mover Asking for Putts Top Sports Teeve' Berlo Winner NEW YORK the favorite from the Foxcatcher Farms of WilUam Du Pont, Jr., of Delaware, drew away. in the final eighth of a mile Saturday at Belmont Park and won the Coaching Club American Oaks for 3-year-old fillies. It was the fifth straight victory for the brown daughter of Heliop- olis-Faberosc, by Rosemont, four of the triumphs coming this year. Berlo came outside of Ogden Phipps's Sarcastic on the turn for home, and won by three quarters of a length in the field of eight. Hal Price Headley's Rash State- ment finished third, another three and a half lengths away. Berlo finished the mile and one quarter in 1-5 on a fast track, end returned and Sarcastic paid and and Rash statement to show. All carried 121 pounds. ran BOWLING GUYS-DULLS MIXED LEAGUE Tram Standing) iJist Four Buccaneers I i-'our Left Overs Tour Duecei Clams INDIVIDUAL AGERAGES Avj. Klaei I06M. Blaha 106 K. Klaes 1MW. ElovlU 120 L. Williams 15111. 130 E, Williams 175F. Blaha 139 B. Mayo J5JE. Mathcws 112 J. Elovitz 155J. HIIdebrand 126 M. Palfrey USD. Emllianl 134 B. Hudnall lli.debrznd 111 Millie Parker 15BJ. Wilson HO Marian Johnson HIM. Vtught 154 Ray Allbrtion 11SJ. Ward 150 Ulynn Porker 1M 137A. Zinanw 131 M. Ouisli 112A. Townicnd 137 I'. Cardenas 135L. Zintnte 124 B. Scroggini 141 C. Salisbury 1500. Nolle 123 D. Austin 12W. Beti 135 A. McKcy T63A. Everett 120 J. Austin 165M. Betr R. Van Nest J. 119P. FariM 162J. Terry Oldlield 141B. Oldlield VFW MIXED LEAGUE Team StaodiflO Team Marines Five H'i Wolf Pack Coast Guard Bum Bees Heavyweight! Pill Hollers Rascals Mulleti Baiooku Name Duller, B. Butler, C. Carlson, H. Carlson. R. Pace. P. Hoffman, B. Holmes. E. Habluctzel. A. Hoffman, U. Holmes, C. Wolfe. Johnnie Mvarado, J tlvarntio, L Norton, J. Wolfe. Jim Letsos, C. 4adfn. L. P. Boudreaux, F. Michaels, B. Hull, T. Jull. W. Luedecke, M. Flesel. B. Belcik, B. Individual Avg. Name miTDonohoe, G. NIPieconnc, A. MlDellerry, M. 178SUommen. C. IWCarter. V. 174Roberts. R. U6HabIuctzcl. 0. l42Cartcr. J. 169 Roberts. C. 179Pcterjon, C. 13iPeterson. G. 1 I AVI. 149 138 H. 143 Perez, E. J. ISaOacioelli. E. 11. IMDIck, E. mstrommen, V. 144jlcscckc. C. M. 12fiMattern, A. IKtffirtz. L. 127Mkins. N. US K. SAM DAVIS LEAGUE Cult Btauty, Ba Myron Bridtcl American Printing Central Drug Store Team No. 2 rlairston's Texaco Name- Ziesfmer Mason Matijevich Cobb Burnam Mathis Wren W. PeUiovich Radovich Nemarich Av. Daly 1MJ. Petkovicfi 187 Sapio iB3 111 Totnmt III 1BI Bishop 179 ITTQuIti 176Ciaccio 176Anderwn Sunday. June 26, I960 1 1-A FRANK WATSON Central Preu Bportt Writer QUESTIONS team Jim Perry ami Gtxy Bell pitch tort hone In called Iron Homo mnd Old Hgnpsty? horae won the I960 Kentucky Derby? HOOHEET Tras veteran National lenxuf play has JXi been around for i quite a while. I An ex-Giant, lie f is with the Red I Sox now. He'll 'be remembered Nfor. his historic Series Kplay. ANSWERS L stj Distributed by Central Davis Younf L. Pctltovlch 165 Dull Kelley 1M Samuels 162 Ktima IK Dickinson 151 Tomme Read the News-Tribune classi- 'fied ads for best results. Golfers .Killed By Lightning WARNER ROBINS, Ga. Lightning struck a shelter packed with golfers Saturday, killing two and injuring about 20 others. Five of the injured were treated at Warner. Robins Clinic, then transferred to a hospital in near- by Macon. The bolt crashed into a tin- roofed shelter near the No. 4 tes of the Sandy Run golf course dur- ing a violent thunderstorm. A golf tournament for civilian employes of Robins Air Force Base was under way. Participants and a few spectators scurried into the. shelter to get out of the rain. "1 didn't know anything when it said Raymond Selph of War- ner Robins. "When I came to, my right leg felt like it had been pulled loose from my body. My head was bursting. I heard tome- one calling for help, to get an am- bulance. I looked around and saw I was the only one sitting up so I scrambled to my feet and ran to the clubhouse." By MILTON RtCIMAN United Press Internationa] NEW YORK has his own pet peeve In sports but you have to go far to beat the guy who is forever askinf you to concede his putts. This particular type doesn't fall into any set pattern. He may be a consistent 70-shooter or he may carve up the course in 100-plus. But no matter what he scorei he always wants that last stroke nils; Falcons vs Cubs; TUES- on the carpet for nothing and It YMCA vs Red Sox; Card- is a perfect waste of lime to inals vs Braves. THURSDAY- vi Falcons; Cubs vs Blue Sox. Bay Cruise Postponed The, innuil West Cruise Kheduled for Sunday wii called off Siturdiy iftemoon due to weather conditions. Rudy Boenlng, secretary of the Galveston Power Boat Associa- tion which sponsors the event, said officials deckled to postponed the outing when they learned the un- fettled weather was expected to continue through Sunday. Boenlng said no date had been let for the cruise to be held. The cruise Is 70 mile out- board run exploring the Galves- ton West Bay area and was due to start about a.m. Sunday. Thrilling Games In Alvin Leagues News ALVIN, June 2! A week of approximately 10 Inches from the thrillliiR was reco.o..i ,n hole. Alvln's Little League and Teen- age League baseball games this week spectators were treated lo one unusual event after an- other In the Rarr.es. Two no-hit games were hurled In the Teenage League park one by Tommy Howard of the Snorts and the second accom- plished by Terry Pollard with a bit of last-minute help from John Casey. In the Little League park, fans, watched Billy Childrcss of the point out to him that the rules of golf plainly state the ball must be hit Into the hole. Oddly, the professionals often fall Into this class even though of course, they must putt every- thing out when they're engaged in a regulation tournament. When they're practicing among themselves, however, one pro fre- quently will say to another "that1 good" or "It's a gimme" when his opponent's ball is anywhere from 18 to six inch? from the cup. Tint's all the encouragement most duffers need. They sec the pros do it and figure they might as well, too. There can be little argument with any golfer who wishes to concede a putt to his opponent Where the rub comes In, however, Is that many players begin to ex- pect that -concession automatical when they're two feet and sometimes more from the hole. Undoubtedly, you have played with that type. He'll .reach the green In two or three strokes, make his approach putt and stop good, isn't He'll in- quire, as If to say why even bother making him prove it Is? Johansson IK Paid NEW YORK (AP) Ex-heavy- weight champion Ingemar Johans- son finally has been paid off in full for his first fight with Floyd Patterson, the one in which he won the title by a knockout in June 1953. The New York State Athletic Braves win yet another accom- i Commission Friday turned over pllshmcnt this year. He pitched it held In escrow for the first no-hit Rome and hit the first 19GO home run in the park. Johansson, to attorneys for the Swedish fighter. YANKS IIAVi; FIREWORKS, TOO Ail New York's Clcdu Boyer homers with one on agnlnst the White Sox In Chicago, a Yankee ntantlH up In dugout waving Fnuith of July nhow Sox owner 1IIII Vccck, whoso new ..cnrclHinnl discharges iky rockets, that he doesn't have a monopoly on fireworks in n bine- ball park. Surest way to stop him dead in his tracks is to answer: "No, it isn't I'd like you to putt it out." There'll be a pained silence for some time and oh, the things he'll say under his breath, but then he'll move over to the ball and stroke it If he misses, you run the risk of having him not speak with you for the rest of the round. If he sinks It, he'll still think you're chicken-salad player. So what? You're only going by the rules. Three Local Clubs to Play Three local Kml-pto teams will action Sunday. The X-Ray Ralferi will host the Anglcton. Tigen while Forum and the Mocambo Blue Birds will be on the road. The Ralden will tingle with the Angleton Tlgen here Sunday at 3 p.m. on Palm Field. El Mo- cambo will go to Freeport play the Freeport Falconi the G. I. Forum traveli to Alvin to battle the Alvin Galveston'i G. I. Forum, with a record, will send either Ron- nie Zeller or John Marshall to the mound In an effort to win Sunday's contest and at the same lime iron out all weak spots for the Invitational Amateur Baseball Meet here July 2-4, Forum's Stirling lineup will in- clude Willie Rogue, first James Smith, second base; Corn, shortstop; Skippy Ruttlger, third base; Joker Gonzalcs, left field; Bob Bulllngton, field; Ronnie Rodriqucz, right- field and Chick Plowman, catcher, j The game that might bo tough- est Sunday for the Galveston Teams is the contest here at Pnlm Field. Anglcton best FoN! urn In a close game but lost the next two. Thus the Raiders will need both good pitching and tight defense to stop tiic Tigers. Starters for the Raiders will D M. Banuzlos, left field; S. Simmons, center field; R. Garia, second base; R. Wlllard, short- stop; H. Cardenas, right field; R. Matthews, third base; Z. Callis. catcher; A. Thuessn, first base and N. Perez, pitcher. El Mocambo, with the best rec- ord nlno wins and two defeats. taking on a rough foe when hey meet the Falcons. But with lohnny Karacostas and Jesse Sol- as the batteries 'for Sunday, he outlook Is much brighter. Other players in the Sunday's ineup arc Vincent Plvarez, firsr >asc; Joe. Mega, second base; Pony base; Johnny Soils, shortstop; Frank Gonzales. eft field; Pete Garcia, center icld and Willie McNeel, right icld. PURGED KARACHI, Pakistan cil E. Gibbon, former deputy peakcr irl Parliament and lead- er of the Pakistan Christian com- munity, has been purged from political life for six years 'and rderccl lo pay back government money he allegedly squandered j in personal expenses. A special :ourt convicted him of corruption md misuse of official powers. Helium Kinds Leak Holes NEW YORK Helium, used: tuhing manufacturers lo de- cct leaks, can rcvcnl in minutes hole that Is too small lo let out a quart of lir in years. 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