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' "•'Jf^TJ. Charles In 9th Title Defense Story On Page 2. C lava-land lesdians Bob Lesera >.. and Al Rosen hav* been •seek t>a« hils as disc jo«W*j*. on WJW that another Forre.t City radio station. WSRS. is tun. teampl.ttaie- a .how witb Larry Doby and Luke Easter spinninf tKe w*. pancak*.. Srirfc ama a ENTINJEL I P.opl.** [Oiompio w VOL. 3, No. S Saturday. July 14, 1951 Columbu*, Ohio Maceo Hillt^>r«.id.ot of tk* Ba-att v Tennis/ club, TuesaUy told Tb* Selaliiirl that tan.Jaa. Irnnia *t*r A|(h*« Cilisora will play an a.hibition match bear* in Auga.t. bat will not dafesed larr national women's sinjle. cbasnpion.bip. Ray's Wife: 'Easy Life' Indianapolis Clowns Take 1st Round Bunting in American Loop Syd Pollock'* Indianapolis Clo**-*ms. eastern division champions of the Negro America** League la»t season, again captured the title fey the first half schedule which came to a close July 4. ^/ . _ Hitting a"*i speed were! the. u> un factor-' in repeatiiig for th* t derway, there, should be .*»me ho. t -.i.tnaka*! - -:'«* e the piUiitng v/*** competition antoog the member*, spotty and the Clowns had *••>' ,>' the club seeking berths <>n the ,. ..r • l»*t!er than five runs perl a|L«tar team t.» represent tho aj.iiu..* in their drive f«r ths? first = t.H*tern division in the annua! J round bunting, [ . r.i east-west <-la.-«<ia. to be staged «*t j Jim I'oli«-u. Crafty rlghtmnd.crJ t'omiskey pk., Chicago. Sunday. *:,, the* only m.niiidsnian taaHiur. j ^ux j^ •a thu tout iiuriiig the opening half j T|,,. Clowns are scheduled t»» blanking the Baltimore Elite| n,,vi ini colorful Memphis***Red Giant*, :'•". on May 6 at Waah-'j sl>x a* Chattanooga, Ten n . I ington, D. (".. in the inaugural J Thursday night. -Julv li), in the game of tha* season. j first annual benefit game <pon-j The Clown- had an extraord. wired by the auxiliary for the nary hitting club whia h average* : Carver Memorial hospital fund . over .301*. highlighted by th.'; Thi.* promise* to be a gala occa j slugging pair ot catcher.-. Sam j f,on f,„. Chattanooga and vicitii'v! (Piggy) Sands and lien (Fatso, \ baseball followers, with music t- Ping Sands lopped the club with he furnish*. 1 by the Freeman • lusty .JeffS, white Pigg clubbed • Giveha pout Amerit-an Legion the hall at * JMW mark. ! band. Oh the ba.*e path*-, the Clowif**^ weie a terror for opiioneni*. vtealtng ova*r 100 ba-av*-. Nat IVf^aae.e. who ba* been sold to El- mrra of the Clas-- A Eastern League, of the Brooklyn Dodg. r organization, led the team with 47 theft*, and Henry (Speed' MerchaM waa" a t'ln.p runnerui wits* «0. HOT COMPETiTfOaS When Nut Peeples broke an with Elniira again-'. Hartford in an Eastern. league contest, he collected four, hits in as manj appearance*. iAcluding outlegging two infield singles, and a double. With thc second half drive un Sandloi Hems The Memphis Red Sox are the 'ftyly team to have defeated the Clowns at Chattanooga Flag Tourney Af Twin Rivers Capital City Coif club will • tag.- an open flag tournament on the Twin River, course Sun. day. July 22, Publicist Ceorfe R. C.rtwrifht announced Wednesday. "All golfers isi Columbu. and Central Ohio are invited to particepat*." Carlw right told. The Sentinel. "We urg* • very golfer, regardless of experience on the cour*es, to enter end make • run for the valuable prise, we plan to ga*** away. We want to give everyone a chance, and drum up more interest among fledgeling golfers in tournament play- Those planning to compete must turn in a wars card for 18 botes play on tke tourney site conns. LONDON.—Wiping tears from both eyea, pretty eic chorua girl Edna .Mae Robinson, wife of vanquished middleweight champion Sugar Ray Robinson, blamed hia title lo.ts to husky Britisher Randolph Turpin to the easy living of his 40 day tour of Europe in which the Robi-won entourage was the toast of Paris and other French, German, Belgian and Italian townsmen. Edna Mae said. "He should: have fought Turpin wl»en he started the trip instead of when he was ending it. After all, Ray i> tl But he'll be In shape for the return bout, and Turpin will learn plenty in that one." A sellout crowd of lrt.O'lO cheered wildly ,i- the Briton punched «>ut an authoritative de eision, thought by many the greatest upset since Gene Tun- nev outpointed Jack Dempaey in Philadelphia In H»2«. ""* NO FLUKE VICTORY There wa.i no fluke about Tur- pin'a victory. Confident avd aggressive from the outset, he waded in after Robinson from the b e g i n n i n«g. exchanged in the champion's own roughhouse style and took the play swsv from Sugar Ray. A left hook staggered Sugai Ray in the 14th and the howlinc. crowd yelled for Turpin to finia'i him. Turpin. holder of the Eurooean and British middleweight crowns, wasn't rated much »f a chance *n his own "country although he predicted he would win. "SornM.f't foiti| to take the big boy. It might a. well be me," he s*«d confidently. Dis appointed in losing, Rob- in.oa »»ed, "I have no alibi.. I w*. boatesi by a b*tt*r aaa-a. He*, real good. 1 felt goexL Maybe it **». has style, ileal bothered me." "NEVER HURT ME" In hi* dressing room after tha fight Turpin said, "I thought I was winning all the way. Ha never hurt me once." The new titlehoUUe*. fir.t .top after having lb* ring wa* Robinson'. dre..ing room wber* he told Rob*/..©*. "Yoe. w*r* a real champion ju.t lib* tbey tolj me.'* Turpin had the better of It most of the way and appeared ia trouble only in thc eighth when Robinson rallied to rock the Briton with two hard right* to tho head and Turpin h*d to hold on, and again in the. 12th when Robinson, apparently awai t •'bat hi* only chance to win waa by * knockout, opened up with a .■■mashing attack to the body. Turpin outlasted Sugar Ray i« both foray, and on each occasion tamo back stronger the n«t round. •ftobinaon picked up a check foe $6.*..000. largest purse of his career, while Turpin received *24,- 000. a new high for him and the biggest purse a Briton haa earned. here in recent years. Midgets League Set At FeHon Announcement of organisation • f * Midget* Baseball League -at Felton schawl playground was made Tuesday by Dir, Doug Comer. The team-, schedule', in the im'w league are the Cleveland Indians, Brown Bomber.*, New York Giant*. Chicago Re,i>. (James will be played on Tue*da • : and Wednesday at 1 p. m. Felton playgi -Jiid M i g h t vi Midget-i baseball team ha* been; entered in the City Recreation' Dept.'* Little Ba*-eball League < Tha* Midgets won th.-ir first prat j ti> e game of the .eason last week 1 :*-(), over Children's Home. A re | turn game will be played Monda" ; t-t 2 p.- oi. at Harley field. Officer, of the club spon-...ring the tea'i are Walter Jami-urn.. president Cliff Rutledge, vice prcsddena Robert Rutledga*. .-.ecretary: ll»f bid Brock; assistant secretary A If onto In*• »*«.in. <crg e s n t-st j arnl.-. (Jlh<*f oia-ii}l'a*r - of IS-* group are Baron Rutland ge, Hand ■ Caftver and Milton Trailor. 1 Sentinel Girls Hit 165 Mark Opening game* in The Ohio Sentinel-aponeored Girl** Softball League developed into acoring marathons with combined tallies in three contests played last Tuesday totaling an astronomical 165, more than were scored in 23 contest* played under Sentinel supervision a year ago. Leonard Av. School and Blue .-v■:,•:..••; CI. ►>... (I; WwmI PRETTIES JOANNE WALTON (LEFT) and S*ndr* Catliff will be .««• »»* action a. member, of Beetty Tennis club Sunday. July IS. wh*n local, play ho.t to Cleveland Tenni. club at B**tly p|». Joanne and Sandia have been playing on* year e»cb esnder tutelage of vet«r,»n tennis .tar. Maceo Hill, prexy of Beatty dub. _nd Jack Sudderlh, •« instructor, Sunda/'. matches get underway at 2 p. aai. Flamen locked horns in the thriller of the day, a Ci» run epic won by Leonard. 38-31. Bolivar St. AC trounced Spring St. 41-7 and Neighborhood House chalkad up n 40-8 "veetarv o*-."- " Poindexter Ceniei. Boy's l-eague play got into full sway Monday a« Neighborhood House scored a 3-0 shutout win over Poindexter and Leonard Ay. toppled Spring St. 7-4. Garfield Playground, fifth member of thc loop, drew the bye. vViun.Jss in both leagues wilt receive trophies donated by the j sports department of The Sentin^L in commemoration of the late Shad C. Jones, former aasociate editor. BALANCE OF GAMES The balance of games scheduled for teams in both leagues are a* follows: GIRLS LEAGUE JULY 17 — Blue Flames at Poindexter; Bolivar St. AC vs. Neighborhood House al Felton, Leonard Av. at Spring St. JULY 24—Poindexter vs. Boll vax St. AC at St. Dominic'*; I ulca. Spring St. vs. Blue Flames at Fed- ton; Neighborhood House at Leonard. JULY 3» — Poindexter at Spring St.; Leonard vs. Bolivar St. AC at St. Dominic's; Blue Flames va. .Neighborhood Houae at Felton. ANG. 7—Poindexter at Leonard; Blue Flame* at Spring St.* Bolivar St. AC vs. Neighborhood House at Felton. BOY'S LEAGUE JULY 16 — iSeighborhasoJ House vs. Leonard Av. at Feltoa; Poindexter at Spring St.; Garfield vs. bye, JULY 23—Neighborhood Hnuae v.. Spring St. at Felton; Poindexter at Garfield: Leonard V*. bye. JULY 26—Garfield at Spring St.; Poindexter at Lej-onard; Neighborhood House vs. bye. JULY 30—Neighborhood Houao vs. Garfield at Felton; Spring St, at Leonard; Poindexter vs. bye. All games are billed tor 5 p. ra, on playing dates. Championship playoffs will be announced fallowing completion of listed tKhasi- s "-».!' Walcott Wins Titls In Fifth Story On Back Page 10 JEN THE OHIO M bneL ^ . IHO "tnHKsTl«J*> owaK <mvib <»mo 10 VOta. $, Ho, 4} SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1951 COLUMBUS, OHIO Democracy Bows In Cicero HOW 6000 ROWDIES TOOK OYER A U. S. WITH NOB RULE ■^ Story On Page 2 _ # • • 1 , ^*p.-e-l t*i*i'-; m wh tU If Happened In The U. S. A. Otaicaca Dslaaiar Pl.nl.ia Mr. and Mra. Harvey Clark, young Negro couple, and their two children were victim* of rampaging hoodlums in Cicero, all-white Chicago suburb, last week when race-baiting white* destroyed couple's belongings and attempted to burn down building (pictured) into which they attempted to move. Estimated 6000 person* of all ages compriaed mob. Mayor of Cicero waa "out of town," police looked on while rioting went oa undisturbed, Nat'l Guard had to quell upriatng. Road datailed story of how a mob takes over a city on Page 2 of this edition. \ __*_ Probe Mystery Death Story On Page 2 ■~y
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Charles In 9th Title Defense
Story On Page 2.
C lava-land lesdians Bob Lesera
>.. and Al Rosen hav* been
•seek t>a« hils as disc jo«W*j*. on
WJW that another Forre.t City
radio station. WSRS. is tun.
teampl.ttaie- a .how witb Larry
Doby and Luke Easter spinninf
tKe w*. pancak*..
Srirfc ama a
VOL. 3, No. S
Saturday. July 14, 1951
Maceo Hillt^>r«.id.ot of tk*
Ba-att v Tennis/ club, TuesaUy
told Tb* Selaliiirl that tan.Jaa.
Irnnia *t*r A|(h*« Cilisora will
play an a.hibition match bear*
in Auga.t. bat will not dafesed
larr national women's sinjle.
Ray's Wife: 'Easy Life'
Indianapolis Clowns Take 1st
Round Bunting in American Loop
Syd Pollock'* Indianapolis Clo**-*ms. eastern division
champions of the Negro America** League la»t season,
again captured the title fey the first half schedule which
came to a close July 4. ^/ . _
Hitting a"*i speed were! the.
u> un factor-' in repeatiiig for th* t derway, there, should be .*»me ho.
t -.i.tnaka*! - -:'«* e the piUiitng v/*** competition antoog the member*,
spotty and the Clowns had *••>' ,>' the club seeking berths <>n the
,. ..r • l»*t!er than five runs perl a|L«tar team t.» represent tho
aj.iiu..* in their drive f«r ths? first = t.H*tern division in the annua! J
round bunting, [ . r.i east-west <-la.-«|