2-B -THE CAROLINA THUS SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1885 - ■* W ' Hr If 1 SWEET NANCY SINGS—Shown htri in on* of her well-known poMi the talented Miss Wilson in the proceeding 18 months or two years has soared to fame. Although her rapid rise to popularity was a foregone con BASIE SWINGS FOR DOWN BEAT FESTIVAL THE SWINGING aggregation of Count B«it will perform on Saturday evening, August 14 at Soldier Field in Chicago at part of the Down Beat Jazz Festival. Softball League Standings HARRIS FAST PITCH TVins 21 4 840 Elites 20 0 833 First Calvary 19 6 .760 Beatles 10 11 .476 Vikings 8 13 .381 Bragtown .... 5 9 .357 Ragley Nine . 4 14 .222 Cats 4 15 .211 Borden 3 12 .200 White Rock 0 6 .000 • ♦ • JONES SLOW PITCH Jet Turks ... 19 2 .905 Hornets 18 3 .857 Durham Tennis Star Unable to Stay for Penna. Tennis Meet By DICK HOBSON NATIONAL JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Bonnie Logan withdrew from Woman's singles in the Pennsyl vania Open ATA Championships because she would have been seeded no. 1 and had to leave Saturday night for the USLTA National 10 Championships in Lake Bluff, Illinois. L«nward Simpson playing in Men's singles defeated Bruce Carrington, Elisabeth, New Jer sey 0-3, 0-1, Richie Myers, New York City £0 0-0 and Charlie Williams, New York City 0-3, 0-0 to reach the semi-finals where he defaulted to play in the Western USLTA Junior and Boys Championships in Spring field, Ohio. Luis Glass defeated Louis Ashby, New Yurk City 8-0, 64 and Caesar winns, of Philadelphia 6-1, 6-1, but lost to Ronald Richmond, Virginia in three sets. Henry Kennedy defeated Richard Cohen, Plainfield, New Jersey 6-1, 6-0 but lost to Ron ald Charity 6-1,6-1. In the Jun ior on the road, Bonnie Logan, playing in the USLTA Nation al 16 Championships defeated Gay Gordon, Baltimore, Mary land 0-1 % 64, Ann Roberts, Co ral Gables, Florida 6-3, 7-5. Lo gan lost to Genger Pheiffer, clusion of those who had heard . her when she first arrived in New York from her native Ohio a few years ago, her quick 1 emergence as an outstanding night club personality and as The Festival will have five per formances, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings and Satur day and Sunday matinees. Agents 10 8 .556 Kombcrs . . 9 8 .529 Socialites . . 8 10 .446 Tigers 7 13 .350 YMSC 3 17 .150 Kings 2 16 .111 • • • BULL CITY WOMEN Nicks . 188 I .947 Cordon Gs .. 12 5 .706 Ainev 12 6 .667 Weavers .... 8 10 .446 Colts 45s 5 13 .278 Ingold 1 19 .050 Forest View . 0 2 .000 Springfield, Ohio. Pheiffer is the former ATA Woman's Na tional Champion for 1963. Bon nie also lost in the consolations to Mimi Rainey 4-0, 6-4, 6-1. Bonnie had defeated Mimi twice earlier this year. • • * WESTERN JUNIOR AND BOYS CHAMPIONSHIPS USLTA Westerns Glass and Simpson lost in the first round. Simpson lost to Brian Marcus, Lansing, Michigan 0-3, 0-4 and Glass lost to Mike Hamilton, Coral Gables, Florida 0-4, 0-1 It was Hamilton who defeated Glass lost year in the Junior Nationals 0-4 in the third set. • • • CLASS AND SIMPSON SUSPINDED In an unprecedented move, "Whirlwind", after getting his telephone report (a daily thing) from O. G. Walker, traveling coach, ordered both Luis Glass and Lenward Simpson suspend ed without prejudice indefinite ly. Both players were with drawn from the National Championships at Kalamazoo, Michigan and returned to Lynchburg, It was learned that both players had broken train ing and had refused to obey or ders. Upon the reccomendation of 0. G. Walker, Simpson was (he largest selling female re-1 cording artist in the world was ; astounding. Basically a jazz-oriented sing er, Nancy nonetheless moves with characteristic grace and Sports Video By EARL MASON Times Sports Editor QUIPS AND QUOTES This pillar is happy to see Coach 'Herman H. Riddick up :ind doing fine. Riddick, the Uean of CIAA football coach es was stricken With a heart attack a few months ago and since that time has been con fined to the bed. However, the soft-spoken, easy going mentor, was seen last week walking in the streets under his own pow er and reported he is feeling much better. Riddick, who was at the head of the North Car olina College gridiron powers for 20 seasons, was forced to retire this year after the heart attack. He really deserves a pat on the back for the records and other distinctions that came to the college as a result of his hard work. Best wishes for your continued improve ment. coach. The North Carolina Kecrea lion Society's annual state fast pitch softball tournament will be held in Fayetteville this year on Saturday, August 21. The one day affair will bring together eight teams to com pete for the softball crown. Kaleigh is the defending cham pion having won the honor last summer on her home soil. Dur ham was the host team for the tourney two years ago. The representative for the Durham area will be either the West End Elites or the Walltown Twins. The two teams finished the regular season in a tie for the top spot. They met in a one game playoff last Monday. The winner will gain the right to carry the banner for the Bull City nine. In addition to teams from Raleigh, Durham, and the host city. Fayetteville, teams from Gcldsboro, Greensboro, Wi 1- mington, Charlotte, and Bur lington are expected to be on hand for the tournament. Jimmy Brown will get his first chance to show the public he is willing to play football now after the trial Fri. night, August 6 when the Cleveland reinstated on Frobation. The suspension is a blow to the Jun ior Players in that the Junior Doubles team, the ATA Men's Doubles champions will not be sent to Boston, Massachusetts to compete in the USLTA Doubles championships. TINA WATANABK WITHDRAWN Little Una Watanabe, latest addition to the Junior Dev. Team also runs into discipline problems and was withdrawn from the USLTA National Champions in the 16 category where she was supposed to have played doubles with Bon nie. Tina and Bonnie are play ing great game of doubles to gether and will go after the Women's Naitonal ATA Dou bles at Central State. I unfailing good tast* through Broadway show songs and spe cial material—adding tha per sonal nuances and compelling jam beat where her own unique talents dictate. K' Bror«tis meet the College All Stars in the annual College All- Star game. The game will be televised nationally beginning at 9 p.m. Brown, after winning his case in court in Cleveland two weeks ago, told the public he is ready to forget about the incident and play footabll, whether or not Brown will be in top con dition remains to be seen. But the All-Pro fullback and top ground gainer in the NFL, said it would take him about 10 days to get back into shape after the off season. Brown won his case in court against the 18-year-old Miss Brenda Avers who charged Brown with assault and battery on a fe male. The court, after brief de iibertion acquitted the star back on the grounds that Brown was only trying to help the high school dropout instead of making a romance of the af fair. The 10th annua 1 city-wide sports day held last Thursday at the Walltown Park was a high success. The occasion sponsored by the Recreation Department of the City of Dur ham had participants from the six playgrounds. Keeping in mind that there is always room for improvement, the Recrea tion staff, under the guidance of I. R. Holmes and Edward Boyd is looking forward to even a better day next summer. Tournament time is just around the corner for our local softball and baseball leagues. Tourament play will be in full bloom this week. A playoff is scheduled for the Charles Har ris Fast Pitch League to deter mine the winner while the oth er positions are sat Athletic director, Edward Boyd, has an nounced that the top four teams in each league will battle for post season honors. The Bull City Women's League will be played at Hillside Park, the fast pitch curcuit will be reeled off at Lyon Park, and Bill Jones Slow Pitch League will play at Hillside also. The midget league teams will square off at the Walltown Parte while the Pony League will {day at Lyon Park. Mickle Wins Annual City / Sports Day E. D. Mickle win eight firtt places to finish first among six playgrounds in the 10th annual city wide Sports Day sponsored by the Durham Recreation De partment held here at the Wall town Park Thursday afternoon. Walitown collected six first places to finish second and Whitted Park garnered a total of five first places to finish •Aith third place honors. T. A Grady, Lyon Park, and Crest Street each had two first places to highlight an afternoon' that saw some 300 participants com pete for honors. The winners and the play grounds the represented are listed as follows: Yvonne Strudwick and Ros lvn Johnson; Mickle; paper bag contest. Cynthia Wilson ; Mickle and Hershel Branch; Walitown; balloon contest. James Johnson; Mickle: bubble gum contest, Gwen Perry; Walitown: soft- I ball throw, Brenda Gamble; Mickle. Denise Daily; Grady and Jackie Chennelle; Walitown in the dashes. John Poole; Lyon Park, Westlev Johnson; Crest Street, and Larry Dixon, Mickle horseshoes: Cynthia Wilson, Mickle, cup contest, Stephen Dixon; Mickle, Tyron Alston; Whitted, and John Jackson, checkers. Deborah Holiday Mickle; girls horseshoes, Harold Smith; Grady, croquet, Deb orah Holloway, paddle tennis for girls and Mike Watkins, 1 Whitted, Smith, and Frank Jacobs, Lyon Park paddle ten nis for boys. Derrick Hughes; Whitted, Lawrence Turner; Walitown, Raymond Hughes; Whitted and Glenn Long; Crest Street; the boys dashes. First place for playground honors was awarded on first places alone. However, second and third place finishers in each event as well as first place winners were awarded certifi cates for participation. The mfilnffln idiiinP o ®® j§j|iniS lß| M Scene SINGER DELLA REESE BUSY WITH DATES, MOVIE NEW YORK—Delia Reese, who is squeezing two Nevada club dates between her role in a motion picture based on the life of Ethel Waters, is current ly touring Europe along with three musician* and her per sonal manager, Lee Magid. She opened her European tour with an appearance at Ramstein Air Base, Germany and is sched uled to appear at Toul Rosieres Air Base. France and Wiesba den Air Base, Germany before journeying to Amsterdam, Hol land for three days of television filming before returning to the United States. ACTOR'S UNION BEEFS UP POLICY AGAINST BIAS NEW YORK—Actors Equity has beefed up its racial relat ing to areas where segregation and discrimination are practic ed. In a move consistent with the non-discrimination clause ftt>w contained in all Equity contracts, the union ihas di rected its members that they shall not perform in any coun try where a policy of segrega tion and discrimination exists. This constitutes a reaffirma tion and amplification of a '6l Equity statement relating to appearances of its members in theaters in the Union of South Africa. • • PLAN BENEFIT FOR AILING BUD POWILL BROOKLYN, N. Y. While Bud Powell, a pioneering mod ern jazi pianist, lay clinging to life in the Cumberland Coun ty hospital last week, several of his friends and jazz contem poraries were rallying to his sid by staging benefits in va rious cities to help pay his hos pital bills. A hard luck musi cian, Powell, because of almost constant ailments of various types, has never really enjoyed the financial reward of his genius. He is suffering from jaundice, complicated by ab dominal dropsy and pulmonary pneumonia. • • • ... LOS ANGILIS NIGRO LIVING IN ITALY, SINGS "OTHILLO" SPOLETO, Italy Nathan Boyd, a Negro from Los Ange les living in Italy, gsve a com mendable performance in sing ing the role in Verdi's "Othel lo" at the Festival of Two World Adding to Boyd's cred it was the fact that it was the first time be had sung the role under an American conductor CITY-COUNTY TENNIS TILT SET FOR AUG. 18 The Durham Recreation De partment has made available entry blanks for boys, girls, women, and men wishing to enter the annual City-County Tennis Tournament scheduled at the Forest Hills courts Aug ust 18-22. Blanks may be ob tained at Er*in Auditorium and Hope Valley Country Club. The deadline date for entries in all divisions is August 13. This year's tourney will be played at Forest Hills instead of Duke University as it has been in the past. However, the divisions will be the same. The divisions this summer included groups for men 40 and over, men's and women's singles and doubles, and mixed doubles, junior boy's and girl's singles and doubles, and boy's and girl's singles and doubles. The junior division is open to en tries 18 and under while the boys' and girls' category will have an age limit of 14 and under. Some 144 entries participated in the event last year and noth ing short of this number is ex pected to compete this year. Whitt Cobb and Bonnie Lojran are the defending champions in their respective divisions. Alex Gilleskie will serve as chairman of the tourney and John Clemons will be the tournament director. (Thomas Schippers) and oppo site an American Desdemona— —Jane Marsh. ELLA SCORES BIG HIT IN DEBUT WITH MET ORK NEW YORK—Singing mostly songs from the "Golden Age" of jazz, topped off by a riffing version of Duke Ellington's 'Take The A Train," Ella Fitz gerald, queen of the jazz sing ers, scored a big hit in her de but with the Metropolitan Or chestra at Lewisohn Stadium recently. With Ella at the mi crophone, 'Singing up a storm,' the audience, more accustom ed to more restrained operatic offerings, quickly adapted it self to her jazz idiom, and in some instances sang right along with her. EASTERLINO A&T College Coaching Clinic Set for Aug. 10 GREENSBORO—The A. and T. College Coaching Clinic will get underway here Tuesday evening, August 10 at the Holi day Inn, South with the main address being delivered by Ara Parseghian at 7:30 p.m. at the kickoff dinner. Parseghian heads a list of nine clinicians who will con duct the five dsy lectures on basketball and football. Parse ghian, hesd football coach at Notre Dame and voted the "Coach of the Year" last year by the Football Writers of America, will also conduct a day long lecture series Wednesday. Other lectures on football will rll mm |S» W V. ,3 p v in w Br Miss Boxing 1965 Seventeen-year-old Dorothy Prunier, a freshman at Newark State Teachers College, is all smiles as she poses with fighter Frankie Narvaez after she was chosen "Miss Boxing" at the Philippine Pavilion at the World's Fair in New York. IR' made by Donald E. Fuoss, assistant football coach at Pur due University; Jim Hickey, head gridiron mentor at the University of North Carolina; and Thomas Lofton, football boss at Darden High in Wilson. Darden won the NCHSAC state +-A football title last fall. Leading the list for talks on basketball is the master-minded Frank McGuire, athletic direc tor and head basketball coach at the University of South Caro lina. McGuire, who coached the undefeated NCAA champion, University of North Carolina cagers, also has coached in the play for pay league. McGuire t was the head cage boss for the Philadelphia Warriors in the NBA for a couple of seasons. The basketball staff will in clude in addition to McGuire, Ben Carneval, basketball coach \last y few days! SALE ENDS SATURDAY -WOMEN'S SHOES- S 6- $ 8 -MEN'S SHOES 'B-14 Children's Shoes $4 Tea name 1t... Durham hat It within a block of your ear I soScoe Griiiin 114 W. MAIN STREET at the Navy Academy, Press Maravich, basketball tutor at North Carolina State University, and Carl Easterling. head cage mentor at Hillside High. Hill side claimed the 4-A State cham pionship in basketball last win ter. Hornsby Howell, assistant coach at A. and T. College in football and basketball, will conduct a special clinic on in jury care and prevention Fri day. Dr. William Bell, athletic director at A and T. College, is serving as director for the clinic. Anger is righteous if it has in it grief on account of what is happening to others, and not a grudge on account of what is happening to oneself. —E. Stanley Jones

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