Elm Street Wins,U-6 CHURCH :RcsultR Ln»< Night St. John's 7. Kenwood 0 (forfeit). Elm Street 14, KoRO\vooil 6. StandliiR of the Ctnb.i L. Pet. 1 St. John's First 15 as in .638 .813 .760 .510 .3t3 .204 G.B Memorial ... 10 3 Elm Street . n 8 AVoodlnwn .. 5 11 Kenwood ... 5 12 West End .. 4 12 Ttosewood .. 2 13 .133 Games Tonight "Woodla\vn vs. West End p. m.) First Baptist v*. Memorial m.) • Z 314 61 10 1<H4 it 7:3 Elm Street moved closer t clinching a playoff berth- in th> Church Softball League Iast<nigh by taking a slugfest from Rose wood, -14-6, in the second gam of the loop twin bill at Lee Park St.: John's edged-doser _to_sew ing up.'its second straight pennan by winning on forfeit from Ken wood, the latter being unable t field 'a ; team. • Elm Street now-holds a thre and a half game lead overfift place .Woodlawn, and Elm Stree had four more games to play an Woodlawn five.- A loss bv Wood lawn to West End tonieht woul make anythikng better than a ti for fourth place imbossible. In the. second Eame tonight th second and third place teams First Baptist and Memorial, cp lide. First Baptist has five mo r games', while Memorial had eigh three of'them with St.'John's. Elm Street scored in every ; in ning; except the fourth, with Fo_ rest Eley, Olin Ferguson and Pau Grumpier leading the parad Eley had a, homer and two dou bles, Grumpier collected,a home and two. singles, and—Ferguso had two doubles- and a" sinele C. W. Wray/Karaered two single and Fats Canyile. had a triple Carwile fanned 13. and had four-hitter going until the seventl when three safeties produced tw runs. Errors played a big part in the scoring 'of both teams, with Rosewood being charged with -nine errors, and Elm Street with four. However, Elm Street also exhibited a good amount of offense, as the 14 hits will "attest.-Eieht of those-hits were for extra bases. Rosewood. Elm Street 100 120 2— fi 7 136 013 x—14 14 C. TJaldorlco, DeGrecn (3) and B. Epps; Carivlle nnd Ferguson, Hodnot (2). 2B—Eley 2, Ferguson 2, Bradlcyi 3B—Carwile. HR—Eloy, Crumpler.