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than Walton, 5’ 9” 170 lb. junior quarterback, raced 54 yardt on
thia punt return to act the Bear» up lor their first touchdown.
Walton is perhaps one of the best quarterbacks in the C. I. A. A.
eonference. This shot was taken Saturday, October 10, during the
contest between Shaw and Virginia State.
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WHATS THE OPPOSITION DOING? New York:
Yankees' Tom Tresh, Elston Howard and Mickey Mantle, listen
to the St. Louis Cardinals game in the dressing room before play
ing their own game with the Cleveland Indians here October 4th.
Their obvious jubilation stems from the fact that, no matter what
happens In either game, they’ve won themselves another Ameri
can League pennant, their fifth consecutive flag for a grand total
ot 29. The smiles were not quite as broad but still present even af
ter losing the last game of the season to the Indians 2-1 in the 1 3th
inning. The World Series started October 7th. (UPI PHOTO).
German Choir Will
Start FSC Lyceum
FAYETTEVILLE —The Luebeck
Bingelelter Choir from Orrmuny
will inaugurate the 1964-85 ly
oeum aeries at Fayetteville State
Collate with a concert In Seabrook
auditorium on Thursday night,
October 33. at • p.m.
Directed by Leberreeht
Klahs, the aggregation will
beef one German folk and
chair songs aa well as folk
daaese and medieval plays In
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The songs, which will be sung
SATURDAY If ™
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RALEIGH, N. C.
Gen’l Adm. $1.50 Students SI.OO
In Oerman. will be explained be
forehand In Englich to the audl
Ten men and II women com
prise the choir, which has ap
peared at many prominent col*
leges during previous Ameri
Inquiries regarding season tic
kets for the current lyceum series
may be made to Mrs. Mary T.
Eldridge. chairman of the lyceum
committee at Fayetteville State
Quarterback ‘Nat’ Walton
Sparks Play With 2 Runs
BY ROBERT WHITE
The Shaw University Bears, going
Into the game as the underdogs,
overpowered Virginia State, the
number three team in the CIAA,
by a score of 26-7, last Saturday
afternoon. The offensive and de
fensive play was superb for the
Bears throughout the game.
The Bears gat eff tea slaw
start In Ckavtr Park, when they
let Virginia State make the
first touchdown on a 28 yd.
pass from Gaidar to Roby Pear
son. After that Shaw lamped an
the scoreboard to make the
The BearV scored their first
touchdown on a 6 yd. pass from
halfback, Hobart Tinnln, to Art
Bridges. In the second quarter, the
Bears scored on a 19 yard pass from
Nathan Walton to James Snow and
Dußois Lions Chew
Selma Bulldogs, 50-6
BY CHARLES A. MASSENBURO
WAKE FOREBT The Dußois
Lions of Wake Forest bombarded
the Selma Bulldogs by a score of
88-6 Friday. October 9. on the
Dußois Athletic Field.
Everyone got in on the action
and could do no wrong. Frankie
Lucas scored four touchdowns,
Lorensa Jackson scored two and
Horace Alston scored twice.
Selma scored first, after the
first five minutes of the game.
Dußois received the kick-off
from Selma and drove 82 yards
for the touchdown and extra
points. Before halftime, Do-
Bola scored two more tlmis
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At the beginning of the second
half Lorenza Jackson made a
spectacular 72 yard run to the 6-
§ SPOTLIGHT ON
by Charles J. Livingston
By Negro Press International
THE 'DARK" AFTERMATH
SAN FRANCISCO Despite a
denial more than a month ago that
he was planning to dismiss him,
Horace Stoneham, owner of the
Ssn Francisco Giants, last week an
nounced that he was firing team
manager Alvin Dark, who had
stirred a racial controversy at mid
Dark was replaced by Giants
coach Herman Franks.
The racial controversy centered on
a statement attributed to Dark. In
which he allegedly downgraded
the ability and Intelligence < ' Ne
gro and Latin American baseball
Stan Isaacs, a columnist for
Newsday. a Long Island »N. Y >
newspaper, had said Dark alluded
to the Negro and Latin players as
"deflcent in alertness, team effort
and mental capacity."
Dark later denied the views at
tributed to him, but their after
math lingered, as the Issue was re
hashed several times later in the
Shortly after this contro
versy. It waa rumpred that
Stoneham planned to lire Dork.
However. Stoneham. at that
time, denied "all (the) reports
that a managerial chance Is con
templated." Dark then hailed
Stoneham') statement aa heart
It is not known if Dark's dis
missal had anything to do with the
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a 8 yard run by Tinnin with a
pass from Willie French to Bridges
tor the extra point The only other
score came in the second half when
quarterback Nathan Walton took
the ball over from the 1-yard
Walton, a junior, sparked the
Bears* offense with a punt re
turn et M yda and a W yd.
run from the line of serim
Defensive standouts for the Boars
were Capt. and All- CIAA tackle
Charles Brandon, defensive half
bock, Robert Tinnin, James How
ard, and Willie French and defen
sive ends Edward Walker and Hay
wood (Bean Jack) Moye.
The Bears now have a 1-1-1 re
cord and will again ba playing at
home this week against Elizabeth
City State College. Game time will
be 1:30 p. m. at Chavis Park.
yard-line. After the score was
made. Dußois once again saw tre
mendous effort on the part of
Frankie Lucas, who also ran 72
yards to the 18-yard-line There
was no problem making the touch
Horace Alston made all tha
extra points on his two touch
downs. Brace Lucas, Jr. scored
three times for extra points,
John Walker scored once for
an extra point.
Outstanding players for the Li
ons were: Horace Alston. Roger
Shackleford. Samuel Caudle. Lo
renza Jackson. Bruce Lucas,
Frankie Lucas, Richard Harris,
Enoch Hood. Wilbert Forte, Don
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thur Jefferies, Jerome Anderson.
Eddie Klttrcll, Frazier Durvston,
John Walker. Eddie Williams, and
racial issue. At least this was not
indicated by Stoneham.
The Giants owner, whose great
admiration lor the team's star cen
tal fielder Willie Mays is well
known, did indicate, however, that
he was dissatisfied with the fourth
place position In which the team
finished this season. Asked why
he was firing the 42-year-old,
Southern-born Dark. Stoneham
"We believe we can do a better
Job as far as the club’s standing
The announcement that Dark was
being given the gate came Just 30
minutes after the team had drop
ped a 9-2 verdict to the second
division Chicago Cubs in the final
game of the season to finish in
The Giants led the National
League earlier In the season
but then began to fade. It b
not known whether the state
ment attributed to Dark had
adversely affected the moral,
and ultimately the performance
of the Negro and Latin Ameri
can players on the leant. Those
Included. In addition to Maya,
Jim Hart, Jesus Alou, Willie
McCevey, Orlande Cepeda.
Jose Fagan and pitcher Juan
Marlrhal. Martchal. Alou, Cepe
da and Pagan are of Latin A
merican descent, though they
are rated as Negroes.
Dark had blamed the racial con
troversy on a “misunderstanding*
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NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPS, St. Louis, Mo. The
1964 National League pennant winning St. Louie Cardinals are
shown in their official team photograph. Team members are
(back row, l-r ): Ray Sadecki, Bob Uecker, Ed Spieeio, Dal
Maxvill, Tim McCaxver, Mike Shannon, Ron Taylor, Charlie
James, and Jerry Buchek; (middle row, l-r ): Gordon Richard
son, Ray Washburn, Curt Simmons, Bob Gibson, Bob Skinner,
Lionel Hampton, Ork To Play For Ball At A And T
GREENSB ORO The annual
Homecoming Ball to be held at
A&T College on Saturday evening.
October 31. will feature the music
of Lionel Hampton and his orches
Marvin B. Graeber, chairman of
the Ball Committee, said that the
Hampton bend had been selected by
hia group and final arrangements
were completed two weeks ago.
IldlUtltVii, JMipUidllJ lIUiHHU
"King of the Vibes,” not only
Is the nation’s top stylist on the
vibraphone, but ranks high a
mong all-time jass performer!
on the drums and piano.
The Ball is sponsored by the A&T
“The Supremos'* Win
Billboard Mag Prize
The “Billboard Magazine Award"
,was presented to The Supremes, on
I At Shaw Is
| Plana for the Inauguration of an
instructional music program at
Shaw University have been en
hanced fagr the arrival of six new
musical Instruments; two trumpets,
two clarinets and two violins.
These Instruments were a
gift to Shawls Music Depart
ment from Mr. and Mia. Herm
an Goldstein, of Flushing. N. T.
They will be utilised fee Instru
mental classes that trill be a
part of the regular program for
stadenta majoring to music ed
A number of instrumentalists on
the campus do not have Instru
ments of their own. If there are
people in the community who have
instruments that these students
might use for the current academic
year, they are asked to contact Stef
an Sylvander on the Shaw Univer
sity campus. Extension 26. These
instruments will be appreciated.
which he said waa perhaps the re
sult of his Southern birth.
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SHAW* MUSIC MAJORS EXAMINE NEW iNSi'RU
MENTS Lett to right: Stefan Sytvander, instructor in music
at Sham University, demonstrating the use of new musical instru
ments id: (seated) Robert Hassell, Columbia: Randolph Lockett,
Oxford; John Lessens, Luzaberton. and Robert White, Washing
ton, D. C. (See story).
The Steve Allen Show, Wedneeday,
October 7, for their million-seller
recording of “Where Did Our Love
Go,” which reeched the number one
position in America and in current
ly the number one record in Eng
Through the London (England)
Press Exchange, The Supremes
were presented the coveted "Shoot
ing Star" trophy.
The lovely trio, affectionate
ly dubbed the “Number One
Sweethearts” es America, ar
rived at Leaden Airport Mon
day, October 6th fee o whirl
wind Promotion Tom- of radio
and TV engagements. Their
tight Itinerary of ten days will
take The Supremes to many
areas of Great Britain. Hol
land. Belgium, Germany and
The Supreme*, Diana Rom, Mary
Wilson and Florence Ballard are
from Detroit, Michigan and their
current release is “Baby Love."
The cause of the explosion which
sunk the battleship Maine in 1898
and started the Spainish-Ameriean
War has never been satisfactorily
. determined,' the Catholic Digest
WHILE WAITING for her moth
er in the beauty salon someone
handed the litle girl, of all things,
a “True Confessions” magazine to
help her while away the time.
DBI V E SAFE LT •
Mike Cuellar, Roger Craig, Lou Brock, Bob Millikm, (warm-up
pitcher ), Carl Warwick, and Bob Humphreys; (front row, l-r) :
Curt Flood, Ken Boyer, Dick Groat, Howard Pollet, Joe Schulte,
Johrmy Keane, Vem Benson, Red Schoendienst, Bill White,
Barney Shulta, Julian Javier, and (front canter) bat boy Bob
Baker. (UPI PHOTO).
College General Alumni Anoda-f
Bon for the benefit of its Scholar
ship Fund. j
SQH |i| $l9O
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Sat, Oct 17, Albany
(HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR DAY)
Sat, OcL 24, Norfolk
Admission $1.50 HOMECOMING $2.00
Students SI.OO Students $1.50
Nov. 7 9 Johnson C Smith U.
Nov. 14, Allen University
Kick-off 2 P3L, Livingstone College Field
Salisbury* North Carolina
| The affair Is to be held at AATs
Charles Mom Gymnasium tram
18 p. m. to 12:00 midnight