AT A Juniors Wins Five Championships; Davis Upset
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Durham's Bonnie Logan
Whips New England Queen
BY DICK HOBSON
NEW HAVEN, Conn. Lenward
Simpson, Bonnie Logan, Lui* Glass,
and Robert Bin ns, Jr. made an un
precedented sweep of tiie New
England Championship last week.
LENWARD SIMPSON. THE
Playing in Mens Singles, Simpson
defeated A boo Simpson of New
Haven, Conn, by default; Rev.
Eugene Houston, New York, N. Y,
-38; 8-2; Allen Pratt, Bridgeport,
Conn., 6-0; 6-3; and Wilbert Davis,
New York City seeded No. 1, 6-3;
5-7; 10-8. Davit is the 1963 Nation
al ATA Champion. Davis, known
as “Billy,” has for a long time
dominated ATA Mens Singles. He
has been a finalist no less than
He was the National Cham
pion in 1957. 1958, and 1959.
Billy put np a game battle for
his prestige and his disdain for
this precocious youth who dar
ed to play in mens singles, but
he was out manuvered, and out
volleyed to lose the first set 6-3.
The second set Billy put up his
greastest demonstration of
know-how to win the first 5
fames, then attempted to run
Lenward ragged with drop |
ehota and lobs.
Simpson leveled the count 5 all !
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only to drop the set 5-7 under Billy's
relentless pressure. In third set it
was game for game until the 7th
game (the most important game
in a set) when Lenward thorough
ly indoctrinated to it value by
playing his most brilliant tennis
and stayed on top of Billy by win
ning his service although he served
13 double faults. Billy fought of #
match points before dropping the
18th game and match.
The semi-finals Simpson out
classed John Mndd, Elizabeth,
New Jersey 4-6; 6-1; 6-2. Simp
son kept so much pressure on
Mndd repeatedly by his net
rushing that Mndd repeatedly
kept hitting wild and ant Mndd
was needed No. 3 and has a
National ranking of 8.
The finals was an anti-climax.
Simpson cut down Vernon Morgan
second seeded player in straight
sets of 6-4; 6-3. Morgan has a Na
tional ranking of 4. Morgan beat
Luis Glass 8-6; 6-3 in the semi's.
Luis Glass of Jackaon Heights,
New York defeated Simpson in the
semi-finals 6-2; 6-3 in the juniors,
and defeated Norman Nazer of New
Have, Conn., in the finals 5-7; 6-1;
6-3. Maze is New England's Juniot
Robert Binns, Jr. won the under
-15 crown downing Donald Ring
From Chavis Park:
Team standings in Baseball Leagues are as follows;
C. E. Lightner Little League
Teaas w l Petg.
HALL'S BEAUTY SALON 71 .875
KABALA TEMPLE 6 2 750
COMMUNITY QRILL 5 3 .625
EAST RALEIGH TIGERS 1 6 143
CHAVIS HOTS. CARDINALS 0 7 000
J. K. Massenburg Little League
Team W L Petg.
BILTMORE MKTS 5 1 .833
BUTLER BOMBERS 4 2 667
CHANNEL 5 3 2 .600
PREEZER FRESH 3 2 .600
ROCHESTER GIANTS 3 3 .500
OBERLIN TIGERS 1 5 .200
BERRY O’KELLY COLTS 0 0 .000
James Baker Pony League
Team W l Petg.
WALNUT TERRACE METB 2 0 1 000
BARBARA’S SODA SHOP 2 1 667
BILTMORE-ROCHESTER 11 500
HALL’S BEAUTY SALON 11 500
S BERLIN TIOERS 11 .500
UTLER BOMBERS 0 0 .000
KABALA TEMPLE 0 0 .000
The Butler Bombers. Hall's Beauty Shop. Kabalah Temple, and
the Otoerlin Tigers have teams in the Little (9-12) and Pony (13-16)
A&TAggie Gridders To
Open Against Ft. Eustis
GREENSBORO The time for
the opening football tilt between
the A A T College Aggies and the
Fart Eustis (Vs.) Wheals, sched
uled for Saturday, September 19, at
the Greensboro Memorial Stadium,
h.F bean shifted from night to day.
The clash has new bean sat for
the same data and same site, but
at 1:30 P. M.
Dr. William M. Bell, A&T athletic
director, told reporters last week
that the time change was approved
at the request of Fort Eustis of
ficials, because of prior military
The appearance of the Wheels
in Greensboro will mark the
first time that a fully Integrat
ed team has met the Aggies on
the home soli. The Aggtee have
played against mixed teams far
several years, chiefly military
Mum On Forced Jim Crow:
Lippy Cassius Clay Says He’s
Against Forced Integration
NEW YORK (ANP) Apear
ing in a televison interview over
station WOR-TV last weak, lippy
Cassius (Muhammad Ali) Clay last
week projected himself as some
what of a race adviser, by declar
ing that he was against “forced in
tegration.” He didn't say whether
he was against forced segregation.
Commenting on integration, Clay,
the heavyweight champion of the
AN INDOMITABLE WILL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 14)
gdrd for the sports in which he
participated as well as his fel
lowmen, whether they were his
teammates or his opponents.
In the area of racial pride he
exhibited a pronounced desire to
keep his identity and to also con
tribute toward racial program. He
often related how he might have
bean able to achieve greatness In
one et the Big Tan aehools, hav
ing been offered scholarships by
some of them. However he select
ed Morgan Collage of the CIAA
This speaks for itself. Pew ath
le of “Pat” White’* caliber would
have turned their bocks on the po
tential fame and fortune that at
tend sports in the Big Ten group.
There Is also the glamor, the eon
tact and the popularity that
comes to a successful athlete for
performance in that bracket.
His family can be consoled In
knowing that their son and bro
ther anlled at life and death a
like They oan know that their
leas has bean a gain for this com
munity In so many ways The
family certainly la more aware et
gold of Philadelphia. Penn. 6-2; 6-1
Binns defeated three opponent*
without lasing a gam* until he
readhed the finals.
Mias Bettale Lagan w*n her third
straight women's ATA singles
usaii la 1964 without taring a set
Sh* defeated Jessie Harvey, New
Haven. Conn 6-1; 6-1; Mary Red
cliffe. Elizabeth. N J. 6-4; 6-6: Ru
byy O. Pdnninfton. Baltimore. Md,
6-6; 6-2; Elaine Bush. Philadelphia.
Penn., 10-8: 75; and Dorothy Kor
negay. Phiklelphla, Penn, 6-4: 6-1.
Miss Logan coma* from Durham.
In tthc Girls’ Events. Mist Logan
defeated Kareen Jaffee. New Ha
vto. Conn, 6-0; 6-0 Miss Jaffa* is
New ftiglagd’a girl champion and
la unislaatsd in the New Ihgland
TO AN ATHLETE
(COWTOUTED non FACE 14)
That aomeday an at u*. too
Will haea to leave tfcla land.
Although we may not loava tn glory
Aa you did bymd’a on will
V we By* aa Ood nnmmandi rt
Well make It to Heaven atUl
So king Dear Friend. Happy Exodua.
We win aae yon by and by
Some day tn that far off Land.
la Ood’a kingdom on Ugh.
outfits, but almost always on
military pasts. The an* excep
tion was the Aggies’ engage
ment against tha New London
Snbmarin* Baas at the New
York Polo Grounds In 1966.
The remaining home schedule
includes: Tennessee Stats Untvsr
sity, September 26, 8:00 P. M, and
the rest, all day games sat tor 1:30
P. M. Norfolk State College. Oc
tober 10; Morgan State College
(Homecoming), October 31, and
Virginia State College, November
Tha sway games call for: John
son C. Smith University, October 3;
Maryland State College, October
17; Winston-Salem State College,
October 24; Florida A&M Univer
sity, Novembei 7. and North Caro
lina College, November 26.
world, whose real field is tha rough
and tumble sport of boxing, said:
”... Whan it brings about tha
death of people, especially my
people, and people being beat with
clubs and pushed and ducked in
water at beaches, and people come
up disappearing and blowed (ale)
up in churches, then I don't like
his closeness with the Creator
than we could ever know. They
have solace In knowing that his
life belonged to all of us and that
he gave it willingly and unflinch
ingly for his school and commun
ity. They can know that they
made it posible, through Ood Al
mighty, “Pat” White ... The
We aalute hi* memory, knowing
that this la indeed a feeble tri
bute to a moat worthy son of Ra
NEW YORK (ANP) Former
heavyweight boxing champion
Jack Dempeey last week suggest
ed that Cassius (Muhammad All)
Clay fight ex-champ Floyd Pat
tenon. and not Sonny Liston In
hi* first title defense.
Dunum said net only
is run** the hottest heavy
weight challenger, because et
his recent win ever Eddie Ms
ehen. but the Clay-Patteraen
fight weald be a boon far box
ing, which currently needs a
Clay surprised the boxing world
by lifting Sonny * title on a sev
enth-round technical knockout
last Feb. 25. when Liston failed
to answer the bell because of a
“tear" In the bleeps tendon of hi*
Since then Cassius ha* not
made up his mind about who hs'd
give the first shot at his title
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