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Clowns Send 8 Into Organized Baseball
HOLLYWOOD From his new
headquarters in Hollywood, Fla.,
Syd Pollock, general manager of
the Indianapolis Clowns, who
will barnstorm minor and major
league ball parks with the N. Y.
Black Yankees as their opponent
this season, comes word of the
advancement of eight of his 1955
Funmakers into organized base
ball.
In deals worked on during the
winter, Pollodk has moved first
sacker-cttcher Roberta Herrera
of Havana, Cuiba, to the New
York Yankees’ dhain. He is only
17 and rated a big league pros
pect.
To the Detroit Tigers organiza
tion moves Ted Richardson of
Orlando, and Jimmy Proctor of
Washington, D. C. Both ' are
pitchers and have been assigned
to Augusta Club, now training at
Lakeland.
Slated to play somewhere in
the Milwaukee Braves’ organiza
tion are outfielders Charlie Mc-
Coy of St. Petersburg; Frank Ens
ley of Granting, La., last sea
son’s captain of the Clowns; and
hurler Johnny Wyatt of Buffalo,
N. Y.
Pollock originally sold Henry
Aaron to the Braves several sea
sons ago, after this Mobile, Ala.
youngster broke into Negro base
ball with the Funmakers as a
shortstop.
Outfielder Enwin Ford of
Wlhiteville, N. C. and hurler-in
flelder Rufus McNeal of Kinston,
N.C. will play this season with
the El Paso nine of the South
western League, completing the
roster of players on their way to
the big leagues.
9 TOP COACHES
AT FAMU GRID
CLINIC
TALLAHASSEE Nine of the
nation’s top coaches will serve as
clinicians at 12th annual Florida
A an M University football and
basketball coaching clinic, June
11-16, according to an announce
ment by athletic director A. S.
Gaither.
Some 104 coaches from
throughout the south attended the
’55 confab.
Football will occupy the spot
light Monday, June 11 through
12 noon, Thursday, the 13. Bas
ketball will replace the grid
sport at noon on the 13th and will
occupy the spotlight through Sat
urday, the 16 th.
*
The line-up of guest coaches is
as follows: Ara Parseghian,
Northwestern University; Paul
Dietzel, Louisiana State Univer
sity; Bob Woodruff, University
of Florida; Chuck Mather, Uni
versity of Kansas; Tom Nugent,
•Florida State University; Fog Al
len, basketball coach, University j
of Kansas; Gamer Jone, line
coach, University of Oklahoma;
Frank Broyles, backfield coach,
and Ray Graves, line coach, Geor
gia Tech.
LITTLE LEAGUERS
WITHDRAW FROM j
NATIONAL BODY
BOSTON—(ANP)—The Hull,
Mass. Little League last week an
nounced its withdrawal from little
League Baseball, Inc. because of
what Jerome Grossman, Hull’s
president, termed the failure of
the parent organization to act to
prevent discrimination against
•member teams.
The team informed the national
body flatly that “when discrimi
niation arrives, we mast depart.”
The decision to withdraw was
voted unamimously by the Hull
directors at their annual meeting,
and forwarded by mail to Peter J.
McGovern at the Little League
natonal headquarters at Williams
port, Pa.
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Mrs. Dorothy Madison of lota Phi Lambda Sorority,
was selected by members of Gamma Alpha Chapter to
represent them at the regional conference, reeently held
in Columbus, Ga. The sorority president, Mrs. Theresa
Hubert, is shown pinning a going away corsage on Mrs.
Madison.—Johnson photo.
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