Monday, May 30, 2016

The Evergreen Courant's Sports Flashback for May 30, 2016

JUNE 4, 1964

Sr. League meets, lists players: The second meeting of the Evergreen Senior League was held in the Civil Room of the Court House Monday night, June 1, 1964 at 7:30. The meeting was presided over by President Bill Chapman. After discussing the general rules and specifications governing League play, the managers completed their rosters by bidding on the new players coming into the league.
The rosters for the Senior League are:
Braves: Johnny Brown, Jud Stinson, George Stinson, Bobby Sasser, James Adams, Grover Jackson, Don Hansen, Forrest Simpson, Charley Wild, John Adams, Gray Sullivan and Eddie Rawls.
Pirates: Mike Moorer, Tommy Chapman, Benny Burt, Ronnie Chastain, Steve Baggett, Johnny Thornley, Glenn Bolton, Eddie Thornley, Harold Hamiter, Ralph Deason, Elliott Quarles and Wayne Hicks.
Indians: Knud Nielsen, Claude Nielsen, Ed Smith, Bill Snowden, Bubba Mininger, Bill Bailey, Wayne Caylor, Jerry Caylor, Thomas Riley, Larry Wright, Tommy Weaver and Dan Johnson.
Tigers: Wayne Pate, Eddie Ellis, Miles Covin, Ronnie Elliott, Jerry Johnson, Bubba Faulkner, Donald Brewton, Herbert Ellis Jr., Bobby Jernigan, Dallas Kelly and Emmett Price.

About 50 youths are expected to participate in the Evergreen Rotary Club’s Fifth Annual Conecuh County 4-H Fish & Wildlife Camp next Tuesday and Wednesday, according to Camp Director Elbert Williams.
The camp is permanently located at Tal Stuart’s Pond near Belleville.

JUNE 2, 1949

“Check” Ellis To Play With Brewton Millers: Chester “Check” Ellis Jr. was to begin working out with the Brewton Millers of the Alabama State League tonight and expects to sign with the Class D club in a few days. “Check,” a 22-year-old right-handed pitcher, talked with Miller manager Norman Veazy Monday and was told to report for practice today.
“Check” has been attending Troy State Teachers College, and for the past two months has pitched for Colquitt in a very fast semi-pro loop in South Georgia. He was a star athlete at Evergreen High School, where he received his diploma, and played with the Evergreen Greenies last year after completing a hitch in the Navy.

Evergreen Handicap Golf Tournament Starts Today: Thirty-four men and four ladies are scheduled to tee off this afternoon at the Evergreen Country Club golf course in the Evergreen Golf Club’s Handicap Tournament. The golfers will start play at 1:30 this afternoon (Thursday).
(Men in the tourney included Truman Hyde, Jack Newman, Horace Deer, C.T. Ivey, Temple Millsap, Dr. Bill Turk, Waynard Price, Sam Cope, Henry Sessions, Roy Pace, Ray Canterbury, Lawton Kamplain, Bayne Petrey, Frank Johnson, Bob Bozeman, Bonnie King, Sam Granade, Bill Cardwell, C.A. Jones, Dr. Joe Hagood, Alfred Long, Harry Monroe, Byron Warren, Willard Williams, Edwin Page, Knud Nielsen, Zell Murphy, L.K. Wiggins, Hub Robinson, Bob Kendall Jr., Billy Carleton, Vernon Millsap, Sonny Prie and Herman Bolden. Women in the tourney included Helen Kamplain, Velma Cope, Mary Nielsen and Katie Newman.)

JUNE 7, 1934

Evergreen Bows Down To Andalusia: Last Thursday, the Evergreen nine met the Andalusia Senators on the local field and met with defeat by a score of 10 to 6. (Andalusia left fielder) Nelson led in the defeat of Evergreen with a credit of four runs.
(Evergreen’s lineup in that game included Kendall, second base; Hanna, center field; Melton, right field; Steen, third base; Fergison, shortstop; Hansen, left field; English, catcher; Jones, pitcher; and Barfield, first base.)

EVERGREEN LOSES SECOND GAME TO ANDALUSIA SUNDAY: Evergreen’s nine motored over to Andalusia to get revenge from the Andalusia Senators, but were again defeated by a score of 3 to 0.
(Evergreen pitcher) Hyde kept the Senators guessing and with the support of the team, it was impossible for Andalusia to advance the score.
A number of fans drove over and witnessed the game.
It seems evident that Andalusia fans back their team well and this is of great advantage to them. Let’s fall in line from their example and help the locals along.
The present standing of the teams in this league are in order, as follows, Florala holds the lead with Greenville, Evergreen and Luverne for second place; Andalusia, fifth; and Chapman at the bottom.

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