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HEHARRT GOLF WINNERS Above photo* show participants and aponoor* In tat Annul Ahunnl,
Faculty and Student Golf Tournament of the Me ha nr Medical Collec*. held daring the annul com
mencement period at the NaahvlUe. Term., tnetltntton. Golf award* were sponsored by The Coca-Cola
Company of. Atlanta, Go.. the Nashville (Tenn.) Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Carnation Company. Loa
Angeles. Calif., and the Southern Beer Company, Nashville, Tenn. Top photo show* trophy winner*, from
left. CHntou Canady. Jr„ DDS ’44. Lansing. Mich.; W. A. Weaver, DOS *44. Flint, Mleh : Wendell Co*.
DDS ’44, Detroit; William Andrew*, MD ’55. Nashville. Tenn.; Moss H. Hendrix, Washington. D. C.; Ed
ward ▼. Ren nett. DDS *W. Dayton. Ohio; William E. Rhodes. MD ’44. Nashville; 1. O. Stewart. MD ’*9.
Nashville; and E. T. Walker. MT ’64. New York City. At mike Is Mr. Kendrli, who** Washlngton-Atlsn
ta-baeed PR firm represents Carnation and Coca-Cola, extends remarks during trophy ceremony. In
serted are Dr. Harold D. West, top Meharry president, and Dr. George W. Pugh. MD ’l7. lower left. In
sert. Kentucky, retiring Meharry Alumni president, while at right of mike Is Meharry Alumni president
elect. Dr. J. C. W allace. DDS ’44. Chicago, who Is eh airman of the Executive Board. National Dental As
ooctation, From loft, bottom panel. H. Richard Hiller, sales manager, Nash vine Coca-Cola Bottling
Works, holds championship trophy with Dr. Andrew*, the winner, who was tournament chairman-direc
tor. while President West, 2nd f. right, views trophy ease In presence of. f. L. James Bennett, director
of marketing for Coca-Cola. Nashville, Walter Boyd, Meharry Alumni secretary and Wiliam Grant, Jr.,
extreme right, who represents Coca-Cola In Nashville.
Planning A Big July Fourth?
Raleigh Cardinals Invite
Everyone To Double-Header
Far an old-fashioned Fourth of
July, wltb all tha noia* and beauty
as firework* *lmiUr to • N*w York
park on Ft* Hudson River, go to
Devereauk Meadow on Saturday,
July 4. Hera all tha glamor of a
real Fourth, plua baaeball at ita
hast will be your treat whan the
Raleigh Cardinal* lock horn* with
the Wilaoh Tob* In a double-header.
The management haa asked The
CAROLINIAN to say to baseball
lovan that there is a real treat In
atore for you when tha Raleigh Car
dinal* tab* tha field on Saturday,
along all lha color and sparkla
of a genuine Fourth of July display
as booming, colorful firework*.
n JULY §|
IFS Jesse Jones NIGHT!
vs WILSON TOBS
DOUBLEHEADER Ist GAME 6:30 PM
SIOO.OO Savings Bond $50.00 Savings Bond W
OTHER PRIZES POTHOLDERS FOR THE FIRST MS LADIES
ADMISSION (with Jesse Jones ticket or this ad) 50c (Whole fam
ENTERTAINMENT BY THE PRISON BAND
WIN Savings Bonds and other prizes by crystal gazing as to
what will happen at the OLD BALL Game. fttTKfcaiCs
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tie er ties)
S. RESTAURANTS. AND BARBER SHOPSTICKETS AVAILABLE AT FOOD STORE
Dent rate H fetka. lha Garda
are In fifth place and are mak
ing a hid to climb higher with I
sweep as Saturday’s deable
header. Go out and taka tha
family with yoa far a grand
Nicholson Is Promoted In La.
ORAMBUNO, La. (Special)
Collie J. Nicholson, highly regard
ed and knowledgeable sports pub
licist at Grambling, ha* been named
director of Publlo Relations and
Publication* at th* collage by Pres
ident R W. E. Jonee.
and gtarlaaa 4th right hare In
Geed Ola’ Raleigh.
Free prtaaa are In atore, Includ
ing several U. S. Saving* Bonds.
A band will also be on hand to
offer muatoal entertainment.
The appointment la effective bn
Marlon Jackson, sports editor of
I tha Atlanta Dally World, recently
declared that “Collie’* journalistic
■ efforts and seal have brought
front-page publicity to OrambUng
BY BILL BROWER
CHICAGO fANPi —When Jim
Grant reported to his first Cleve
land Indians’ training camp in
Tucson. Aria,, several years-ago.
het was typical of tan players
trying to make major league
teams in those days. He played
several positions. He could play
the infield or outfield and be
But the Tribe brass wanted him
to become a pitcher. Orant, In the
minor leagues, had been a pitcher
and showed signs of being a good
one. After six-plus seasons with
the Indians, the verdict Is still out
on the 28-year-old right bander
At times he has looked like a real
ly fine pitcher. Other times be
has been mediocre and careless
and, perhaps, most of all. Incon
At one time, when Jee Gor
don was managing the team.
Grant was threatened with
exile back to the miners, but
Frank Lane, then general
manager, vetoed any such
move. But last week, the ent
rant general menagtr, Gabe
Paul, serf of gave up an Grunt
and traded him to the Minne
Jim had a record of l-and-4
with the Indians this season and
his earned run average was doer
to 6. He had been relegated to the
bullpen. Even ttvnigh Dick Dono
van was having a comparably un
impressive year, clearly a change
of scenery was *n the cards for
Orant. It was a last-minute deal,
made Just before trading deadline
came on June IS.
Ironically, Grant was traded
to one of the teams in the Ameri
can League over which he has en
joyed great suocess. When the
Twins were the old Washington
Senators. Jim had a masterful
record and he still pitched with
some degree of success after the
team shifted to Minnesota in 1961.
Over all. his record was 30 and
9 against the old Washington and
Senators and 6 and 4 against the
Grant has pitched admirab
ly against other teams, notably
the New York Yankees. One
of his creates! performances
su In i 960, with Gordon stm
the Indians' manager, when
he hurled a 14-Inning. 5-to-4
victory over the Yankees In
the Stadium In New York
City. Grant later thought It
was aae of hie biggest victo
Thom who thought that per
formance would catapult the
right-hander to stardom never got
their wlah. Orant won 15 and loet
9 In 19fll, and when the next sea
aon relied areur.d be war. In the
army. He pitched during the first
half of the season on week-end
leaves from Port Belvolr. He turn
ed In two stunning victories a
galnst the Yankoea. but when he
came out of the army he appear
ed to have leaa stuff than he had
on his week-end outing*. This was
a typical Orant pattern—looking
good for a spell and rapped hard
the next few time*. All of the time
grratneaa was being predicted for
Church In Colo.
DENVER. Colo. (ANP>—When
the Rooky Mountain Annual Con
ference of the Methodist church
met here June 8-13. at the Unl
veralty of Denver, the Rev. J. H.
Jackson. Jr., attended the confer
ence with a full report—lncluding
the addition of a former heavy
weight boxing champion and his
wife to his membership roster.
Shortly before the conference
waa scheduled to meet. Mr. and
Mrs. Sonny Liston were welcomed
Into the fellowship of the Soott
Methodist church of which the
Rev. Mr. Jackscn la pastor.
A graduate of Orambllng, Nichol
son. studied Journalism at the Uni
versity of Southern California and
the University of lowa.
Mkkty Wrijkf Slow*
' Short Iws Rmsw ’
, Am» touch with • short iron
S toOMU ittd by leading golf
vrafmional Mickey Wright.
Playing the ball off her right
Soot. Imping h.r hands in front
cf tbs ball and Kitting down on
the ball, Mickey lets the dub lift
tha ball and apply a crisp back
aphaThie and other helpful hints
are entertainingly displayed by
Mias Wright and another 'tor
proettc. Betsy Reels, in 'Poiht- J
•re on Par.” a 15 minute sour 1
and color film available free o!
charge from the Miller Brewing
Co. of Milwaukee, Wa.
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