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 - * MIWS.TMMINI. 5, 19M NATIONAL LEAGUE PENNANT...
* MIWS.TMMINI. 5, 19M NATIONAL LEAGUE PENNANT MAY ON BROOKLYN-GIANTS SERIES NEXT By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WEDNESDAY'S BASEBALL AMERICAN LCACUE Cleveland New York Chicago Detroit Boston Washington Baltimore Philadelphia W L Pet 105 40 .724 96 48 .667 91 55 .623 64 80 .444 63 80 .441 61 83 .424 49 96 .338 49 96 -33S GAMES BEHIND American League -- Cleveland; New York 85»; Chicago 14»~; Detroit Detroit 40 *·-, Boston 41; Washington Washington 43 '·- Baltimore 56 and Philadelphia Philadelphia 56. TUESDAY'S RESULTS New York 11, Detroit 0 Cleveland 4, Washington 2 Baltimore 3, Boston 1 Philadelphia 1, Chicago 0 WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE New York at Detroit Boston at Baltimore NATIONAL LEAGUE w i. Pet. New York 90 53 .629 Brooklyn 98 SI .604 Milwaukee 84 58 .592 Cincinnati Philadelphia St Louis Chicago Pittsburgh 69 75 .479 68 75 .476 66 77 .462 CO 86 .411 51 94 .352 I lie "Thoria for the ocqwltal. boyi. WX ywol COM up to ·? lor o EMe drink?" Special celebrations call for · ·pecial drink. Make it champagne champagne from Russakis. Botn domestic and imported champagne champagne "pop" when opened. BERTHA RUSSAKIS PACKAGE STORE Cheap Whisky Is Not Good. Good Whiskey Is Not Cheap 112 Depot Dr. Ph. »1« , GAMES BEHIND National League-- New York: Brooklyn Milwaukee 5 1 ,-; LION'S WHIP Cincinna'u 21 3 ,~; Philadelphia 22: St. Louis 24; Chicago 31 % and Pittsburgh 40. TUESDAY'S RESULTS New York 2, Milwaukee 1 Brooklyn 4, Cincinnati 0 SL Louis 5, Philadelphia 2 Chicago 9-0, Pittsburgh 2-4 WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Cincinnati at Brooklyn Milwaukee at New- York St. Louis at Philadelphia Wednesday's Major League Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING 350 at bats -- Avila, Cleveland, .338. RUNS-- Mantle. New York, 120 RUNS BATTED IN-- Berra, New- York, 115. HITS-- Fox. Chicago, 192. HOME RUNS-- Doby, Cleveland, 30. PITCHING 12 decisions-- Consuegra, Consuegra, Chicago, 16-3. .842. STRIKEOUTS -- Turley. Baltimore, Baltimore, 173. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING 350 at bats-- Snider, Brooklyn, .342. RUNS-- Snider, Brooklyn. 116. RUNS BATTED JK-- Kluszewski, Cincinnati, 132. HITS-- Mueller. New York. 192. HOME RUNS-- Kluszewski, Cincinnati, Cincinnati, 48. PITCHING-- 12 decisions-- Antonelli, Antonelli, New York, 21-5, .808. STRIKEOUTS -- Haddix, St. Louis, 172. Tampa May Be Without Best Point Kicker TAMPA tfl--The University of Tampa may be without: its best extra point kicker? Milt Green, in the season opener 'against Mexico City University there Saturday. The little reserve halfback ran into a guy wire while limbering up before yesterday's xvorkout and received a broken nose and a slight concussion. He was to be released from' the hospital today but probably won't be in shape to play Saturday. The Spartans drilled on defense yesterday with reserve end Jim Mayo singled out for what Coach Marcelino Huerta called "the best defensive play ~ shown "by any of our ends this ear." A pair of beefy tackles, CapL Sob Lo\ely and Reggie Colvard, pressed Mayo for top honors. Kentucky, Undaunted By Maryland Power Prepares For Its Opening Contest Milwaukee is Virtually Out Of the Running By ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer As the National League pennant chase rushed to a climax, it became more and more evident today today that the three-game Brooklvn- Vew York series next week would decide the winner. Milwaukee, for all intents and purposes, is out of the running. Giants took care of that little last night with a 2-1 victory the Braves With J2 games to the Braves *re five and a half back, a virtually insurmountable} The Giants still lead the by three and a hail" games. Either of course, could collapse before By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kentucky football forces, undaunted undaunted by the season opener Saturday Saturday with mighty Maryland, turned optimistically today to preparing preparing its attack. On the theory that the fierce Terrapins may conrol the ball dur- the rate the two ha\e been that's hardly likely. If the Braves win the next from the Giants, they could heln the Brook cause. From there on the Giants play sir games in a row with one club -- the Phillies. Brooklyn kept in the race las' night with a 4-0 triumph over Cincinnati Redless behind the fine pitching of Johnny Podres. In "mean nothing" National League games, the St. Louis Cardinals feated the Phillies, 5-2, and the Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pi- rates split a doubleheader. The i Cubs won the first, 9-2 and tne Pirates the nightcap, 4-0. ' In the American League, where it's all over but the shouting, the magic number for the Cleveland Indians became "2" when they turned back Washington. 5-2. Any combination of two Cleveland victories victories or two losses by the New York Yankees and the Indians the new league champions, j The Yanks, meanwhile, contin- ' ued to play it out by crushing Detroit. 11-0. Baltimore beat Boston, Boston, 3-1, and Philadelphia' shut Chicago. 1-0. in another American League action. . , The Giants had their troubles Georgia Tech and Vanderbilt j whipping the Braves who had a called a halt to two-a-day practice j 1-0 lead going into the seventh sessions and Tech coaches indi-· inning. Don Mueller started with cated there would be no more J a single. Dusty Rhodes walked rough work before Saturday's game with Tulane. Toppy Vann, Tech sophomore, was promoted from the reserves and took over ROBERT C EDWARDS ASSOCIATES, Inc. ENGINEERS SURVEYORS ROOM 130. ARCADE BLDG. PHONE 2605 Hydrography · Roads Subdivisions · Highways Topography · Drainage Lot Survey * Sewerage Title and Mortgage Instance Surveys "SUCCESSORS TO FRANK E. ENGLAR, C.E." ing most of the battle at Lexing- as No - 3 Quarterback behind Wade ton. Coach Blanton Collier and his illt cbell and Bui Gngman. Vandjr aides have been emphasizing defense. defense. Yesterday afternoon the Wildcats scrimmaged in secret in an effort to improve their play "deep in their own territory." Alabama, whose passing game was expected to suffer with the departure of end Joe Cummings for the army, took to the air and completed 12 of 14 passes for 273 yards in the final long scrim- coaches praised tackle Buck Watson Watson and guard Larry Frank for their defensive w orfc. Tennessee spent most of the day on defense but concluded the long practice session with a high-speed offensive scrimmage limited to running plajs.* Georgia completed its rough both advanced on a wfld pitch. Willie Mays was passed intentionally intentionally to load the bases. That was all for Gene Conley. v.ho had been pitching well. Chet Nichols replaced Conley and on his first pitch. Bobby Hofman, pinch- hitting for Henry Thompson singled Mueller home. "Rhodes, collided with Brsve shortstop Johnny Johnny "Logan on the faasepath, was oat at the plate. Sal Maglie started for the Giants and was replaced by Hoyt Wilhelm Wilhelm in the eighth. The reliever work for the week \ith a game-jg°^ credit for the triumph, length scrimmage -- officials and Podres tossed a three-hitter at the Redlegs to lead the Brooks _^_ their sLxth straight victory. The ler Crim completed six of seven, i counting heavily on veteran backs Brooks collected nine hits Albert Elmore three of four andij Cnarley Madison and Bob Clem- " ! "-S Carl Furfllo's 17th homer of Ollie Yates three of three. Bart; ens and ea d J °e O'Mallej to sea-'" mage before Friday night's opener 1 a11 ^ trimmings -- last night against Mississippi Southern. Caaa-j Coach . W ally _ Butts said he is Starr, the Tide's regular quarter- son his joung team. Sophomore Johnny Caruso edged ahead of the other candidate for the quarterback post at Tulane. cut a back, will miss the opener. Auburn coaches lauded "Y" team tackles Ted Neurs and George Rogers. Line aides Shot "j" 1 " «" a scrimmage session Senn and Hal Herring called their short at Fl TMte. Mississippi em-! tackle r!aj "the finest seen here in years unit continued to look under-par the season. Red Schoendienst and Rip Repul- ski hit successive home runs in the eighth, inning to break up a ball game and -give the Cards victory over the Phils. Bob Rush coasted to victorv in Mississippi concen injury. snowing first backfield. The Indians scored all their

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  2. 15 Sep 1954, Wed,
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