Â· *Â·Â· 4 POII I Dec Undergoes 0||crotiÂ«n Doctor Removes Torn Piece Of Cartilage From Shoulder Socket In Effort To Restore Effectiveness To Right Arm Of Cardinal Pitcher, ST. LOUIS -- (AP)--Dr. Robert F. Hyland operated yesterday on arnvin an effort j to enable the St. Louis Cardinal 0 0 2--8 0 0--5 '.'. R. 1. ItamnKsworth 3 Schott 2, ('.abler 2 Davis ( D a n - will pitcher *o hurl effectively again. Hyland removed a torn piece of cartilage, which he said he found very deep and ossified, from the shoulder socket. The physician also said h,e found adhesions. the operation well, said Hyland. i The physicians would estimate of the time required recovery nor would be say the operation would restore the 3 6 make no younger member of the pitching Dean brothers to 1m former ability. After Dean's arm failed him In 1936 he went on the \aluntary retired list. He joined the club In spring training, and also tried out 4he arm in regular league competition, but was ineffective.