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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 2, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaFriday morning August 2. 1057 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Cincy cops 4th on Victory Over Phillies Cincinnati. Aug. 1 a the Cincinnati re Lefis slopped with Only four hits through the first seven innings rallied for three runs in the eighth inning tonight for a 4-3 Victory Over the Phila Delphia phils. The Triumph in Al blew the reds to regain fourth place in the National league. Slan lop Ala and Kip lie pulse hit Home runs for the phils Anc Hup Lii s was his third in As Many Here. The reds sudden rally came Al or curl. Simmons had told them to one run and four hits Over the first in Van innings. Johnny Temple opened with single stole second and scored on Gus Bell s double. Bell mover to third As Frank Robinson was Safe on a sacrifice and Felder s Choice and he scored As Wally Post lined single off the left Field Wall. The reds has gotten their other run in the third on a double by Hoy Mcmillan a walk a Safe bunt a sacrifice Fly by Bell. Cincinnati Page 1-b tourney concludes today Gorsuch fires 75, leads by 4 in Junior girls Golf by _ Harvey Sii Noakh Connie Gorsuch of Greensboro n.c., three times the runner up in the Florence Junior girls invitational Golf tournament took b commanding Lead at the half Way Mark of the fifth annual tourney with a two Over Par 75 yesterday. The 17 year old women s Carolinas Champion toured the backside at the Florence coun try club in even Par 36 after taking a 39 on the front nine to hold a four stroke advantage Over Elaine Addison. Also 17. Of Clinton in the a division j5-18, and Overall Competition. Miss Addison who was penalized two strokes on the first Hole for one club Loo Many came in at Eleanor Brown 14, of greens Boro had a to Lead b division competitors Wilh 13-year old Pam Barnett of Charlotte next in line at 44-50--94. The two Day tournament comes to a close today with 18 Hole rounds for a and b Divi Sion players and six holes for c division entries 11 and under. Sheridan Schollz. 21, of Char Lotte had the Best first Day c division score for six holes a two Over Par 26. Barbara Moser of Salisbury n.c., followed at 33. Eleven of the 21 tour entries Are in the c division. Hope yorker of Columbia and Julie Poole of Easley Only other a division entries carded scores of 87 and 94 respectively. Other b division scores included Joy Farlow Greensboro. 97 Katie Law Charlotte 98 Jane Corcoran Greensboro 108, and Susan Brady Salisbury 133. Florence golfers rounded out the c division with nine year old Janet Dobbins Topping the local entries and placing third in the division with a 35. Other scores were Kathy Hile 36 Barbara Lewis 42 Winifred Womack 46 Marcia Creel. 47 Kathy Moody 48 Judy Way 49 Meg Alderman 55, and Pat Timmerman 58. Although second after 1r holes. Miss Addison did miss Gorsuch one stroke better on the Back nine with a one under 35 Hanks to four birdies. Her Start was exactly the opposite an eight on no. 1 and a bogey five on two. Trophies will be awarded this afternoon to the Overall Cham Pion and the Winner and runner up in each division. Tee off time today is . Cards for leaders Par out .443 445 445-37 Gorsuch out Addison out .853 455 Par in Gorsuch in ___435 345 Addison in .555 244 to h n a Ali h of 4240 to Milf Job 3216 Lamner 2b 4 0 d 1 Bell of 3100 Michee in 1040 Robins in in a c 4260 4js1 Anderson 11 t l .1 n Post if j j 1 he Pulsky of 3120 honk 3b 4012 Jones 3h 2040 Whisen t if 3010 f Tandez h 3010 k Peteln f 000 Delemus 1000 a Burriess 1 0 0 film mini p 2002 Jeffcoat 000 Marker p 0001 Acker p 010 Alor head p 0000 Bailey c 170 1000 Mcmillan 111 Lawrence p 1 0 it 0 urdu ski in 1 0 .1 1 totals 326244 tolls fouled out or Law genre in 7th. For kelp Peteln in 8th. For in rms in 8th. Out for Fernandez in 9th. Out for Slor head in 9lh. 010 Clarl Nentl 001 Lopau Sepulski. Temple. _ Bell. Post Mcmillan. A Bailey. Golfers. Lop Ala 2, Repulski Bell 2. Bailey 2b.-Mcmillan, Bell. He lop la. Ripul. Ski. Temple. If Bell. Bailey. 6, Cincinnati 7. 3. Sim two shatter ladies Par at Chicago Chicago aug. 1 vet eran women or o f e s s i o n als Hanson and Fay five strokes off regulation figures today to share the first round Lead in the All american Wilh 71s. Miss Hanson of Indio Calif and miss Crocker of Montevideo. Uruguay had identical rounds of against Tarn o Shanter s exacting Par for women 7, 6. To Lwrence 5 in 7. Kelp Peteln 1 in 1, Simmons 7 i 7 4 bitters in in 1-3. Morehead 1 in 2-3. Acker in i. Reh Lawrence 3-3. Kelp Peteln 0-0. Simmons 4-4. Hacker 0-0. In relied fro. Acker 0-0. Hip by Lawrence he w kelp Peteln 15101. Jarkowsky. Crawford Vinzon. No evens legion series at 2-2 Charleston. Aug. 1 Phillips held Camden witless for the last five innings and Billy Rey nolds poled a two run Homer in the fourth to give North Charleston s american legion juniors a 3-1 tic Lory Over Camden and Square their lower stale final series at two games apiece. Phillips a junk hurling right. Hander gave up a run and two hits in the first inning after two were and scratch singles i the second and fourth. He did not allow a hit thereafter struck out Teven and did not walk a Man. The series finale is set for Orangeburg tomorrow night. Camden 100 000 000 1 4 n. Charleston too .100 3 7 i roller and h. Robinson Phillips Veronee. Beverly posted her total Early. She notched six birdies and 11 pars before bog eying the Irish Hole. Miss Crocker had three birdies on the front nine but had trouble on the seventh for one Over Par five. She birdied two of the first three holes on the Back Side before bog eying 13. A Birdie on the Long 14th helped make the 35 coming in for a 71. Trailing the two leaders were Jackie Pung of san Francisco Joann Prentice Birmingham. Ala., and Kathy Cornelius Dayton. Ohio Wilh Fay crop apr Beverly Hanson Jackie Fung in Ann print los .38-3iv-74 Kathy Cornelius Marlene Bauer Alice Bauer .38-37-75 Vonnie Colby Betty Dodd Lou so Subj Joyce it set a fifty Bers .38-39-77 39-77 .37-41-78 Bonnie Randolph Mary Lane Faulk Gloria Flechl Betsy a mob Mickey Riehl Nellh Hetty Marilynn sir Pem Kirk belly lurks Wolffi Smith Ruthie Jeswin Gloria Armstrong Ion Snyder Esther Foley a Anda sane Hen Diane Garret Murle inc Krenzi. Barbara Rotvig .40-41-8 .40-41-8 44-39. Bar the Assoc lated Fren american Ceacille won in behind new York 65 34 .657 61 38 .616 4 54 46 .940 Chii Boston Cleveland Detroit Baltimore Kansas City Wasington 49 .50 49 .46 53 .36 63 36 66 .505 .505 .465 .364 .353 15 15 19 29 20v, yesterday s results Washington 5. Chicago t Detroit 7. Boson 5 Only games scheduled. Toavs games Cleveland at new York if jul Mossi 7-6 is. I Halz 9-3 or Sturdivant Chicago at Boston. Night _ 11.7 is. Sullivan is. Sullivin Detroit at Washin Filon. Foy urk 12-9 is. Pascual 7-11 1. Kansas City at Baltimore 2 twi night Terry and Gorman 2-fi is. Johnson 8-61 and Walker National top ten by the associated prom i a Ataman based on 2-5 i american i Eafie player. Club Bon. Mantle n. A. Woodling Cut. Boyd. Bait. Skowron. N. Inv. Chi. Minn so i. Cle. Malinne. Bos. Mcdougald a. V. Home runs Williams bos., 29 Mantle n. A. 2b a levers. Wash., 28 colavito cle., Max Well. Del. 19. Runs batted Musial Jones lift redbirds into no Lead St. Louis aug. 1 Musial hammered in four runs to night with four hits including two homers and Sam Jones pitched an fl-0 Victory As the is. Louis cardinals took Over then Aliq Nal league by completing a three game series sweep Over the new York giants. Musial snapping a slump by gelling As Many Hils in this game As in the previous seven look Over the major league Lead in runs balled in Wilh 83. The redbirds moved into first place two percentage Points ahead of Idle Milwaukee. Jones who had missed a Pilch ing Lurn Wilh an inflamed Elbow breezed to his ninth Victory in 13 decisions. The big right hander walking Only one while fanning four scattered four Hils until the ninth when the giants put together two flows. Including the second single for Willie Mays and Ray Jablon ski. York St. Louis Boa h o Connell 2b 4 1 1 1 Blas ame Job 5 i 0 1. Mueller of 4 Al 3 0 dark is 3 0 s 5 Mays or 4230 Schofield h 0000 Label ski 31 4502 Musial in 4 4 1 Sauer if 4010 Cun Ham in 0030 up Carer 4033 Ennis 11 4010 Lockman in 4081 Boyer of Westrum c 2032 Moon of a att c 1 0 2 0 11. Smith c Antonelli p 1100 Kasko 3b Miller p 0 0 i 0 Jones p Constable p 0 0 o l in Grant p 0 0 n n by Rhodes 1000 Worth Toa p 0 0 0 n Tantau .13 i 21 ii 3fi if 27 10 out Lor us Annii in 7lh. Out for Monzante in Bill. New York of Tel Ono is. Louis .3 0 202 Musial 2. Buyer. Moon Casper 2nd 4 tied for 3rd Porky Oliver Leader by one stroke in ail american affair 4150 4320 4340 3212 3110 Chicago aug. 1 led Porky Oliver whose four off Spring keep him a Busy breadwinner on the tourney circuit Iho cd his Way ahead of the younger set today with a fabulous j6 and the first round Lead in the ail american Golf tournament at Tarn o Shanter. The 40-year old pro now Regis ering out of Canton mass., never missed a Green. He pulled for a Birdie or Eagle on every Hole n shooting a pair of 33s against Tarn s Par Bill Casperjr. 26, of Bonita. Calif., upheld the Hopes of the younger players carding a i7 among late finishers in a race Vith darkness. He dropped Long pulls to finish his round Wilh a air of Birdie 3s. Casper is having a big year on he tournament circuit and is fourth on the official pea Money Vinning list with Oliver without a tournament Victory in 10 out of 14 starts this season for earnings of was allowed closely by 45-year-old Sam Snead and two comparative newcomers. Coming in Wilh g8s in the Chase for a first prize a prelude to next week s world championship for men pros were Snead Shelley Mayfield 33, of Jericho n.y., and Tommy Boll 36, of los Angeles. Gay Brewer jr., of Cincinnati. 25-year-old former National Junior Champion also made his bid among the leaders Wilh a pair of 34s for 68 As darkness engulfed the course. Bolt matched Par 36 on the front nine and then came Back with a sensational 32 despite a bogey 5 on the 18lh when he left himself under a tree on his approach. Bunching the Field were eight 69 shooters. They included two younger Hopes Paul Harney 28. Of Wor Cesler. Mass., and Arnold Palmer 27, Latrobe a. Also in the group were Al bes relink. Jay Hubert Bob Rosburg Don Fairfield Mike Souchak and through qualifying trials. De Vicenzo 34, missed hit Chance for a share of the Lead at least Wilh bogies on two of the last three holes when he pulled his approaches into the rough. The leading Roberto do City. Besselink among the foreign competitor Vicenzo of Mexico and Harney were non exempt players who had to make their Way the leading Ico Reri de Oliver Bill Casper Sam Snead Gay Brewer or. Tommy Boit Shelley Mayfield Paul Oon Fairfield Mike Sinichak Loberto de Vicenzo Bob Rosburg Arnold Palmer Jay of Burl Besselink Ken Venturi i Karl Stewartjr. Gardner Dickinson or. Bud voucher Marty Furgol Arthur Doe rink Oense Bayer Dow Finsterwald Jerry Barber Walker Inman conc Coghill. A Evans Frank Boynton Jimmy Dumaret baht Lichardus Howie Johnson Bob Duden Leo Biro Tel Jack Fleck Dowie Sanc fort Gary player Stan Leonard Walter Burkemo .t1-.13-m .3.1-33-87 .31-34-611 .3i-3v-65 .343.1-69 34-3s-70 .35.35-70 33-3 .-71 3.v3fi -71 3v-3i-71 36-3j-71 Li-35-71 .38-33-71 won 59 Frt. Or band .5% is. Lonis Milwaukee Brooklyn 5h 42 .5bo 1 a Cincinnati 56 44 .560 31? Philadelphia 56 a .554 4 new York .43 58 ,42fi 17 Pilton nigh .36 a .356 34 Chii Ano 33 Fig .333 26 yest tiday s results Oklyn 12. Chicago 3 Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia 3. Night St. Louis a new Yorky Nix it Only games scheduled. Today s games Pittsburgh at 7-5 droll new York it Cincinnati 14-71 is. Jeff con 8-7i. Brooklyn at Milwaukee 9-3 is. Conley Philadelphia at St. Night Sanford Fu-31 is. Jackson servers. Wash., 77 Mantle. N. Wrrl7. Cle. 72 sow Ron n. Y., sen. Bos., 69. National e h Pel. .93 312 73 119 .382 .99 329 94 118 .359 .83 251 47 84 .333 .95 311 52 103 .323 .87 323 48 10j .325 i 101 389 63 125 .321 .98 369 58 114 .309 i u h Smith. Jones. Rib my s Iii 4. Jones. Blasl Ngaine. H. Smith -1" 01 Kaska. Boyer. In and Nelll. Ill Musial 2. So Mays. Of Jones. Kasko. York 7, St. Louis 9. 2. Worthington i. Jones 1. 1. Monzante 2. Jones 4. Antonelli 10 in 4. Miller 1 in 0 pitched to 3 Bailers in 5tht. Constable 5 in 2 pitched to 3 batters in 0 in 1, Worth Norton 0 in 1. 4-4. Miller 0-0. Constable 4-4, Monzante 0-0. Worthington 0-0, Jones 0-0. A Gorman i Burkhart. Dixon Sudol. T a a. 74 in Jen Pla Aaron. Mil. Musial is. A Groat Pill. Mays. N. V. Schoendienst. Mil. Fondy. Pill. A Phinson. Cin. Thomas Pitt. . Chi Hodges bin. C a it n rat. .98 401 77 137 .339 99 38b 63 .315 73 3u5 35 101 .331 .100 3v5 70 120 .329 98 55 134 .318 87 344 42 109 .317 .96 3911 122 .313 .100 405 111 123 .304 95 352 48 107 .304 370 55 112 .303 Home Hans Aaron Mil. 30 Snider. Bin. Ski Musial. St. L., 24 Banks Chi. Crowe. Cin., 23. Runs batted in ally dial is. A. 83 Aaron. To Crowe. Cin., 69 Ennis is. L., 66 Hoak. Cin. 83. Fore City match at Sumter postponed Sumter aug. 1 sunday s fore City Golf league match at the Sunset country club Here has been postponed until late in sep tember it was announced today. Reports indicated the postpone ment was requested by the coun try club of Charleston. Other teams in the circuit Are Florence and Orangeburg. Sports briefs summer fill tip s the Way to save Call for yours today Oil Gulf Oil corporation n. Lawson St. Phone 2-3614 Turner and Goldsmith to promote near Detroit Charlotte aug. 1 Ufi Curli Turner wealthy Roanoke a Lumberman and one of the a lion s lop Slock car race Drivers said today he and two other Drivers will promote Stock car races near Detroit. Turner at Odds recently with the National Assn. For Stock car Auto racing said he and Paul Goldsmith another Lascar Driver and three de rail businessmen have leased the Packard proving grounds just outside Detroit. We intend to soon run a 500 mile Slock car race and a 500 mile Indianapolis car race there under S.C.United slates Auto in he told the Char Otle news in a Telephone inter the Packard proving grounds consist chiefly of a paved 2vi mile rack steeply banked for Maxi ruins automobile speeds. Turner . There Are no grandstands. I Turner said contracts already Lave been let to cons Ruck seating . Turner who won Lascar s big esl event the Southern race for late Model cars at Arlin Tuii. S.c., was recently ined by Lascar for rough driving in an incident Al Hickory. Turner also has been a mainstay n Lascar s 2-year-old converti ble division. We pay you to save and when Money is needed suddenly for an to meet an no substitute for ready Cash. You la find your savings earning an insured safety Here and pro vide you with a comfortable Safe guard for the future. Start that savings account Here and now. Each account is insured up to Security building loan association save with Security 200 Evans Street Florence s. C. To Barringer president f. H. Lucas Tria surm a Chas Shaw ski Dent a. W. Miott asst. Tri Asuri the Virginia Lumberman re fused to run any More races for Lascar unless Lascar presi Dent Bill France rescinded the line. France has refused to lift the Fine. The news said Turner plans to drive in a few S.C.races during the remainder of the year including the 150-Miler at Milwaukee wis., on aug. 18. through Springfield mass., aug. 1 lightweight Bobby Courchesne 22, who underwent brain surgery monday is through As Boxer his manager said today. Pat Bartlett who Jaid he has contract with Courchesne tha runs to 1970, decided to retire Highler officially after a talk wit he neurosurgeon who perform he operation to remove a blood clot. Calhoun is warned Philadelphia aug. 1 Lee Calhoun olympic hurdles Champion has been notified he will lose his Amateur standing i he accepts gifts As a principal in a televised wedding Daniel j. Fer Ris Secretary treasurer of the National aau said Here tonight. Ferris said he had written Cal Houn and the athlete s coach l. T. Walker of North Carolina College saying aau rules prohibit an Amateur athlete from accepting any gifts on a commercial television program. Onekea leads qualifiers Philadelphia aug. 1 eighteen year old George on eke churned through John b. Kell ool in 18 minutes 58 2-10 second o Load eight qualifiers including defending Champion Georg Bret n. Of the Buffalo n. Y., All tic club in the event of the National aau swim Ning and diving championship oni Ghl. Onekea a Young hawaiian Tike ele player who last year finisher second to Breen at Cuya hoga alls. Ohio easily outdistanced he Field in his heal third of five preliminaries involving 33 competitors. His time was Only two seconds off his clocking in Las year s finals. Creed Amateur Chicago aug. 1 i Clifford Ann Creed last year s women s Western Junior Champion today captured the first round Lead Wilh a one under Par 75 in the women s Amateur division of Tarn o Shan Ter i All american Golf tournament. The 18-year-old Lassie from pc Lorisas ui., mulched Par .18 on the Iron nine Nind lined a 37 com. Iii Back to rain a four stroke margin Over. Mary Tully. Miss Tully 18-Yenr-old dough scr of Golf professional no in Lam wis., saw her Early Lead vanish by miss or Vert of steady Shoolin Nufler Fin Ishing a orly with in Thi Field of ii. Morris gains semis Charlotte. Aug. 1 top j seeded Allen Morris of Charlotte proved there s no substitute for experience today As he gained the men s singles semifinals of the Carolinas Tennis championships with a pair of victories Over two of South Carolina s top Joung players. Morris disposed of Bobby Dan Iel. Belton. S.c., 6-1. 6-2. And then whipped Greenville s Ben get a keys 6-3. 6-3. Midgets race Here tonight Florence s Quarter midget vac. Ers will begin their regular Fri j Day night program with at tonight. Time trials Are j slated for 8 with three heat races and a 15-Lap main event to follow immediately at memorial stadium. From Money donated at inc guile during the summer months the local group has sent two children o the Myca Camp Al Ocean drive. All donations Over Upkeep of the track go to Churly. Kex Lensi Slor the races Are borne by he individual car owners. At present Lueky i Kan is Iii dint in Point sum Lugt to Villi us slim is Sec Ond Wlllie Korli is third wild 309. Points Are awarded for qualify no and heals As Well main vent. The Winner of qualifying Els 10 Points and each heat win ice 15. The Winner of the Nain event is awarded 2fl Points the first n cars in Chr main Wal Scle Points. In Ihmi Oal Rac-1 the first h net Poi Nii. To silk chaise lounge Frame of Light weight aluminium Metal the famous Firestone Champion the Economy lire for the Economy buyer site 6.70-15 12 site _ 7.10-15 14 Reg. 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