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Chiefs Take Second in Row from Orioles, 4 to 0 Harris* Hurls 5-Hitter To Notch His Fifth Win BALTIMORE, Md.--Earl Harrist turned in a brilliant five- hit performance here last-night and Syracuse's high-flying Chiefs made it two straight over the Orioles by a score of 4-0 before 8,306 paying customers. In turning in his fifth victory against a lone defeat, Harrist outpitched Ray Flanigan all the way. The Syracuse hurler fanned three and passed a like number and was particularly strong in the pinches. Beeler Shines Afield Syracuse jumped out in front w i t h a pair of runs In the fourth inning, and added single tallies in the filth and sixth frames. Harrist, Hubellng and Harrington each drove home a run/and the fourth marker came in on Ward's bad throw, to third base in the sixth. Two of the Orioles' hits ott Har- Montreal Sweeps Series With Herd By 8 to 6 Victory MONTREAL. Royals made a W--The. Montreal clean sweep of the three-gama series with the Buffalo Three Cardinals Spurn Mexican POST-STANDARD rist were doubles, but the Birds were helpless against the Syracuse ace. Bisons by beating them yesterday 8 to 6. The Bisons outhit the Boyals 11 tojhomer. 10, but thoy couldn't Ret hits with I The Chiefs men in «'scoring position and let 10 runners stranded. Les Mueller Joe Beeler made the fielding gem ot 'the day in third, racing to deep center to rob Ward of a possible wen* the distance for the Bisons and WM charged with the loss. Che Kehn itarted tor the Royals, bu wan replaced in the sixth by John Gibbard. Trailing 8 to 3 the B'isons staged a rally in 1 the ninth when thoy scored three runs off Gabbard on an error, a walk, John McHale's double and Chet Wieczqrek's single with only one man out. Here the veteran Curt Davis relieved Gabbard Gabbard and «ot the last *B r ho a Berrr.sj 9 3 3 0 0 Anfelll,3b 3 1 1 1 3 n»d'tch,2b 5 0 1 3 3 McHale.lb 4 1 1 8 1 wit'rek.rl ft o 1 0 o Trl'ett.lf 4 0 0 3 0 Chippie,cf 4 0 3 6 0 Tabachek.c 3 3 1 3 4 Mueller,p ·WerU 4 0 1 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 SKC, 11 24 12 32 8 10 21 17 a-- Batted (or Trip ctt In »th. n.,i,l a ............ 010 002 Snltt.il ........... ....... 010 100 EiTora-Rifis, Trlpleu. Antonelll. Cam- Run. baited '"-^" Ant6t\el!l 2, nackley. 003--6 Six--» . Franks, Pf»i». un. , ·Suric Ant6t\el!l 2, nackley. Robinson, Caaipnnls 3. MeHale. Wlecjorek, 3. Two- btu hJ»-B«r». ChlPPle, Burrow. An- "relll. RoMn»on, Campania. McKale. Stofen bases -Rackley. i°*°TM"- .«"«|- to Campanls to Burte: Tabachck to Radtr.nvltch: Radtr.nvltch: Campanls to Robinsori to Burie. Left on bases-Bultaln 10; Mont- T»»l 1. Basel on Balls-- Kehn 2. Mueller 4. Oal.hard 2 Onvls 0. Stn keouw-- Kehn 3, Mueller 3. babbard 1. Davla 0. Hit., o I- SSS-r · In ft 3-3 Innlnti: dabbard 3 In ?J.S' Da?ls 0 hi 2-3. Hit by pltcher-by Kehn (McHalel. by Dueller (Camp.nU. wmnlnff pltuher -- Qabbard. Umpires -- ZH- Xr »Sl«: V i i n « r a f l a n a*d relerskl, base.. Time-- 3.31. _ _______ Badger Oarsmen Win on Schuylkill PHILADELPHIA. C* 1 ) -- University University of Wisconsin's (boatmen came from behind to defeat University of Pennsylvania varsity by 10 feet over the Henley course yesterday orrthe Schuylkill river. Wisconsin was timed in 7 minutes and 11 seconds for the mile and one- ·ixteenth course. Penn's junior ' varsity was third, two lengths behind the Penn varsity. Penn's 150-pound crew was last three-fourths of a length behind the JV's. The two additional Penn crews were adder! after Massachusetts Institute Institute of Technology varsity had to cancel its scheduled participation because of transportation difficulties. difficulties. ·_ Rocco Canale Signs With Boston Yanks BOSTON, f.-ty--Rocco Carrale of Wntertown, N. Y.. who became known ns "The Rock" for his line play on Boston college's Sugar Bowl club in 1940 and the same college'i Ofangc Bowl team of 1942, yesterday, signed to play with the Boston Yanks of the National Football Football league. Canale, recently out of the army, comes to the Yanks from the Philadelphia Philadelphia Eagles, with whom he played nevcral weekends last season. season. The Yanks swapped Augie Lio, » top lineman, for Canale. Pennant Chases Rot a break in the first inning but could not take advantage advantage of it. With one down, Beeler drew a pass. Sauer .hit a double play ball to Repass, who tossed to Cihocki forcing Beeler al second, but Cihocki dropped the ball trying to throw to first. Mele, however, ended the frame with a hoist to Ward. · Harrist issued passes to Campbell and Moss in the home half but Robinson lined to Kress for the third out. The Chiefs threatened again the second. Rubeling opened with SUNDAY, MAY 28, 194fi 13 a pass, lined a Kress single fanned, but Wahl to left. Flanigan turned on the heat and fanned both Just and Harrist, 'Two Chief singles went for naught in the . third. Harrington got an infield bingle but ; Beeler hit into a fast twin killing, Repass to Cihocki to Robinson. Sauer singled singled sharply to cent'.. 1 p. but Mele grounded out to Cihock A great catch by Beeler kept the Orioles from scoring in the third. Campbell, a left-handed batter, smacked a double down the third base line with one down. Repass flied to Beeler. Ward hit a tremendous tremendous drive to deep center field, but Beeler, off with the crack of the bat, caught the ball 'over his shoulder on the dead run, Syracuse broke the Ice with a pair of runs in. the fourth. With one down, Kress bent out a hit to deep Short, Wahl flied to Campbell, but_ Just singled to left. · Harrist came thru with a single to right, scoring Kress, nnd when Ward threw wildly to third, Just tallied and Harrist went 'all the way to third. Harrington then flied out to Ward. Moss led off the Bird half of the fourth with a double, but Robinson's Robinson's drive over second hit the ba.g and slowed up enough to allow Wahl to retire the runner at first, cutting off a possible tally. The lineups: The Chiefs tallied another run in the, fifth without the aid of a hit, on walks to Beeler and Sauer, Mele's sacrifice and Rubeling's long fly to Ward, scoring Beeler after the catch. Murray made a fine catch of Kress' foul fly behind the plate to end the frame. Syracuse made it 4 to 0 in the sixth. Wahl walked and was forced at second by Just, but Harrist sacrificed, sacrificed, and Just .tallied on Harrington's Harrington's safety to right. Bruins Outlast Little Giants for 4-3 Win in 11th NEWARK, N. J. 0*3-- A single by Rookie Joe Collins with two out In. the llth enabled t h e / N e w a r k Bears to take the measure of the Jersey City Giants yesterday 4 to 3, The defeat was tne :2lh straight for the Jerseys. Buddy Hassett, who cracked a two-run, game-tying homer in the sixth, '. sparked the winning drive with a single. He, went to second on Al Clark's one-base knock and Collins came thru'after Don Savage was the second out on a ;Cly to left. Bill Emmerich, lanky righthander, went the route for the Little Giants and yielded nine hits, one less than the Jerseys collected. Credit for the victory w e n t to Frank. Makosky, who entered the game at the start of the ninth. He yielded one hit during his tenure nnd fanned five including three in Moore, Musial And Slaughter Turn Down Bids Lanier, Martin And Klein Due To Leave Monday ST. LOUIS. Eddie Dyer of CarcUnals told W -- Manager the St. Louis The Post-Dis- the llth. JERSEY CITY ab h. o a Westfall.ss f 0 3 4 6 LaJesklo,2b . 6 0 0 3 4 Mayn'rd.lf Jaeger,Ib . Uiytonjf 4 0 0 2 0 5 0 1 3 0 3 0 -1 14 1 Th'nw'n.cf Orasio.c Pecora,3b aSolomon 4 1 3 2 1 4 1 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 Weta.3b 0 0 0 0 0 Km'erlch.p 3 1 0 1 3 Repass' bleachers drive into was foul the left field by inches in 1NTEHNATIONAL MAOUR 23 Montreal 8TKACU8E Baltimore ................ " « Newark .................. )« If Toronto .................. }5 'J Buffalo .................. 3 15 RoehMter ................ 13 17 Jersey City .............. 7 M ·emits Yesterday ByrncUM 4. Baltimore 0. Newark 4, Jersey City 3. Montreal S. B u f f a l o 6. Rochester at Torton. postponed. Gamei Todu ·rrauae at Baltimore 12), Toronto ai Montreal (3), Rochester lit Buffalo (31. Jener City at Newark (3). .633 .833 .516 .550 .·461 .414 .333 Brooklyn at. Louts Cincinnati Chicago , Bov.on ... New YnrX NATIONAL LIAOUK W. ai ...-'... 19 .!! 1 i!'.'.! I'.'.!'.'.! is. ,.,., t« u Pittsburgh 13 Philadelphia II R e s u l t * Yf.ntRrilay New Y n r k 5, Boston 3. Brooklyn 1. Philadelphia 1. C h l C H B o - P l i t s b u r K h . ruin. Others not scheduled. (james Today Boston at. New York (3). ' Brooklyn (U Philadelphia. Chlcara at Pittsburgh (3). ·t. Louis at Cincinnati (2). Pet. ,«77 .633 .516 .517 .lit .438 .423 .267 the sixth. The Bird shortstop then singled to left, but the next three jatters went out in order. Podgajny took the mound in the n i n t h and retired Sipek, JMele and beling in rapid order. The 3irds made a determined bid in the n i n t h . Moss beat out a hit to deep short, Wahl making a great play on the ball to miss the runner at first only by inches. Robinson hit' to Cress, but nil hands were sufe when Wahl dropped Kress' throw. ionocheck and Murray both lined to the outfield, nnd Cihocki grounded out to Wahl to preserve he shutout for Harrist. Sipck, who went to left field in he sixth, and Mele both flied to Ward to open the.sovcnth, Rubel- ng shot a single to center and stole second. Flanigan lost control and assed Kress and Wahl to.lond the sacks but Just flied out. A fnst double play, Harrington to Wnhl to Kress, nipped Baltim'oi'e in is lui'n nt bat after M u r r a y singled over second for the fourth hit off Harrist. The Chiefs wont out in order in the eighth for the first time in the game. Mellendick, batting for Fl«n- igan, walked to start the Oriole half of the inning, but the next three Birds went down in order, SYRACUSE fib r h o a H'ston.Sb Bocler.cf Sauer,U 81pek.lt Mele.rt R'bellni,3b Kress.lb Wahl.ss Jutt.c Harrist, P BALTIMORE ab r h o a 5 0 3 1 3 C'mpbell.ot 3 0 1 1 0 3 1 0 5 0 3 0 1 1 0 Ward.rf 3 0 0 3 0 Mosa,3b 3 1 1 101 4 2 1 2 1 33 4 8 37 9 a--Butted for Flanlltnn riepass.ss 4 0 1 2 4 4 0 0 5 0 4 0 0 1 0 Roblmon.lb 4 0 0 1 0 4 0 1 0 1 H'OOhlck.lf 4 0 0 1 0 Murray,c 2 0 1 4 3Clhockl,2b 4 0 1 4 0 4 0 0 5 3 Flanlgan.p 2 0 0 0 3 3 0 1 1 1 PotlKnJny.p 0 0 0 0 0 aMellendlck o o 0 o 0 32 0 S 27 12 .... - . _ .- ...... In »lh. Syracuse 000 211 000--4 Errors--Just. Wnrcl. Wnhl. R u n s . b n t t o d 'n--Harrlsl. H n r r l n c l o n Rubellnii. Two- base hits--Campbell, Moss. Stolen hnsr-s --Rubcllna-. Sacrifices--Mele, Hnrrlnl.. Don- bin plays--TCrpnss, clhntikl to Robinson; H n r r l n a t o n , W n h l to Kress. Lett on buses --Syracuse 10: Baltimore I. Banes on bnlls --Planlaan 7; Harrljt 3. strikeouts-- PlanUin. 3; Hnrrlst 3, Hits o f f -- F l n n l i t a n . « In 8 Innings: Podnajny, 0 In 1. Loslnc Pitcher--Flanlgan.- Umpires--Tobln nnd Wllleford. Time--1.50, Attendance--8,306. NEWARK ab r h o a O a r r l f i o n . c l 5 2 1 3 0 5 2 3 7 3 5 0 1 2 0 4 0 0 2 4 It 0 3 2 D 4 0 0 8 1 1 0 1 3 3 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 HassclUb Clark,If SavBce,3b Collins.rf Buzas,2b Brown.ss Fallen,c 40 4 0 33 14 38 3 10y32 16 BT- Batted for Pccora In 10th. b-- Batted for Mus'.akis In Bth. · T -- Two out when winning run sewed. Jersey Olty ., ........... 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 3 Newark ____ ... ......... 100 002 000 01--4 Buns batted In-- Qrasso 2, ,laeiier, Clark, Hassett 2, Collins. "Two-base hit -- Maynard. Maynard. Home runs-- Grasso, Hassett. Sacrifices Sacrifices -- Emmerich, Layton, Graseo. Double plays-- Brown, Buza's and Hasseti; Hassett, Brown and Buzas. L e f t on bases-- Jersey City 12, Newark. 5. Bases on balls -- Du- blel 3. Mustakis 4, Emmerich 1. Strikeouts--Emmerich Strikeouts--Emmerich 3, Mustakis 1. Makosky i. Hits off-- Dublcl 9 In 3, Mustakis 3 in 5, Makosky 1 In 3. Winnlns pitcher-- Makosky. Makosky. Umpires-- Hobb and Gore; Time-2.10. Time-2.10. Estimated attendance -- 1,500. Seereys Home Run Gives Indians, 1-0 Edge Over Browns ST. LOUIS. (f)-- Big Jim Sec- rey's home run into the left .field bleachers bleachers In the sixth inning 8av e-*or ttieJBraves. wasJUje Joser. patch yesterday by telephone that Terry Moore, Enos Slaughter Slaughter and Stan Musial, the big threes of the Rcdbird outfield, have .turned x down o f f e r s of "fabulous sums" from the Mexican Mexican Baseball league. "I have -tiilked to them," Dyer said. "They told me they have received received offers from Mexico but h;ive turned them down and have decided to remain w i t h the Cardinals." Southpaw Max Lanier and Freddy Martin arrived in St. Louis yesterday yesterday to make final arratigements*for their trip over th'e border to the Mexican Baseball league. Lanier said he left Lou Klein In the east and did not know his whereabouts. He said he and Martin flew to Chicago and came to St. Louis in a taxicab. He would not discuss his decision to leave the puted $50,000 Cardinals to sign for a re- wilh the five-year Mexican league and contract for $150,000. He said he and Martin planned to leave Monday morning for Mexico City in Mqrtln's automobile. Trinkle Saves Day As Giants Defeat Boston Braves, 5-3 CONGRATULATIONS. (AP Wircphoto)-- Boston Red Sox Manager Joe Cronin (left) congratulates Dickey, newly-named N. Y. Yankees pilot, before Iheir teams met on the diamond here yesterday. Hogon and Ferrier Tied for First At Halfway Mark in Western Open NEW YORK. )-- Altho Monte Kennedy needed the help of Ken Trinkle, the young southpaw rookie ST. LOUIS. (/P) -- William' Benjamin Hogan, golf's magic money maker, had a 'case of self-diagnosed" influenza to whip before c o n t i n u i n g his battle battle today with Jim Ferrier for the biggest piece of cash in the $10,000 western open golf tour- ina merit. · The courageous little ex-Dal- ilas, Tex., caddie went to bed ! immediately following his 6 - 1 under-par 66 in second round competition yesterday which pulled him into a tie with Heavyweight Ferrier at 10- NOW I'LL TELL ONE- BY JACK STRAUSBERQ gained his third triumph of the sea-iunder-par 134 for 36 holes. son yesterday, as ( 'ie New York] Giants defeated the Boston Braves,! 5 to 3. Kennedy allowed only one hit in the five innings he pitched, but his wildness caused his exit in the sixth. Wfth the Giants ahead,.5 to 1, in the sixth, he hit Johnny Hopp with a pitched ball and walked both Tommy Holmes and Ray Sanders to load the bases and walk himself to the showers. Trinkle look over and escaped with only two runs scored against him. He gave up but one more hit in the last three frames Cards Eagle 3 . Ferri'cr, a 220-pound Chicagoan. couldn't duplicate his 8-under-par-64. 8-under-par-64. of yesterday, a record for the unusually unusually easy 6,270-yard Sunset Country club course, but did manage manage to beat par-73 by two strokes. Hogan toyed with the course yesterday. yesterday. The biggest mob of an estimated 4,000 cash customers gave Little Ben a heavy hand when he sank a 75-foot chip shot for an eagle-3 on the 16th hole. 'Paying ATTENTION! With · runner on Aral lot ArurelM had Ken Hicks, just out ot Arm?, pitching during 11946 gnm«. Just u h« wurawly la dclircr the n*it pitch the loud *»ak«r blMted: "Attention, plesM'." Hicks (TOM hi a military stance, and th«unpif«kttdt» eall a balk, Mndini UN ranMt la Mcon*| 5-16 . ' .P--' ore I U L in uiii JdaL nn«e AIOJU^O. ., , . -i , . * · i The Braves put over a run in the | "° attention whatsover to a fairly first, but the Giants countered with i stiff wind and damp greens, he three in their half of the second, bodied five holes, had five pars, on a walk, a Boston error, a double I" a row and never caught a, by Billy Rigney and a single by bogie. I Buddy Blattner. - . Hogan's card showed 31-35--66, Ben Warren's double, along with Ferrier's 34-36--70. two walks and a hit batsman'in the; Two strokes off t h e . pace at the, tilth, accounted for two more Ginnt tournament's midway mark were; tallies Jimmy Wallace, who started Stewart (Skip) Alexander, Lexing-; PHILADELPHIA. I a.) --· The Lombard! Pitches Dodgers to 7 and 1 Conquest of Phils the Cleveland Indians n 1 to 0 shutout shutout over the" St. Louis Browns last night behind the effective " h u r l i n g of Allie Reynolds. CLEVELAND | ST. I.OU1S, ( A ) .b r h o iti nb r h o a 4 0 0 1 l'D;lllnKcr,3b 4 0 1 7 a l G r a c e . r f 4 0 1 2 o l F l n n n y . l t 4 1 1 2 OiLuc'cllo,3b 4 0 1 2 llJudnloh.cf 1 0 0 0 21 Ch^mnn.HS 3 0 2 0 2lStcvpns,lb 4 0 1 1 1 0 | H c l f , c 4 n 3 1 o'zarllla.lf BOSTON (Ml n b r h o n 8'drcatl.Kfi Rocco. Ib Mllls.lt Seercy.rf Mcyer,2b Kollner,3b HRyOH.C M'luilcn.of 4 0 2 2 3 0 0 1 6 4 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 4 0 4 0 1 3 0 4 n i i n 3 n 010 o 2 0 0 3 1 o n o i o 2 0 0 0 2 l o o o o n o o o o 0 0 0 1 1 o n o o o Culler,ss Hopp.cf O'nw'l'r.cf Holmiu.rf S a n d n r s . l b ·F 1 rn'cler.,lf Motforlh.r. Robei-Ri3,:it) W'l,'m'n,2b Walliico.p allyan Johnson,p bWorkmnn noHcr.p cMasl Reynolds,p 3 0 0 1 a ' Z o h l n k . p 'aBor'ino b-Shlrlcy ! Manonso.e |Munorlof,p 3M 1037 10J J1HM37 13 a--Batted for Zoldak b n t h . - b--Ran lor Berardlno In Dili, Cleveland ; ' 0 0 0 001 000--1 Hun batted In--Seerey. Two-baar hit-- Macklcwlcz, Three-basfi hit--D'.IHnecr. Homn run--Seerey. Stolen ban:--Hnercy, fiaqrlflcen--Stevens, Reynolds. Left on base. 1 ) Cleveland 8, St, Louis. B. Buses or. balls- Reynolds 3, Strikeouts--Reynolds 0, Zoldak 2, V.uncrlof 3. Hits ofl---Znidnk n in B In- 4 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 I 0 3 0 0 (I 0 4 0 2 3 0 4 0 0 S 0 4 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 i o o o n 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 o o n n n, 0 0 0 0 0 ) NEW YORK ( N l nb r h o a BlnU.ner.ab 5 0 2 4 3 Mural-lull,If 4 1 1 2 0 Ott.rf 4 n o I 0 :i i i D ri a o i « o ;i i o :i o · 1 1 0 2 4 :i i i o 4 3 o i.o 3 1 0 0 D 0 YounK.cf Trinkle,p ton, N. C,; Chick Hnrbert, Detroit, Brooklyn Dodgers increased their and Vic 'Ghoz/.i, KnoxviHe, Tenn,, 1 first place luad over the Me St. each w i t h a 136. · !Louis Cardinals to one and n halt Alexander, R former Duke u n i - l e n m e s yesterday by splitting the versily football s t a r , matched Philadelphia Phils 7-1. HoRnn's Bfi-slrnke job, w h i l e Ghcz?.l posted 67 and Hnrbert 60 for their day's work. The ever dangerous Byron Nelson, Nelson, of. Toledo, second only to nlnns; M u n c r l r r 1 Loslntr 7.oldHk. U m p l r c n -- G r i e v e nnd Summers. Time--1.58. Attondiincc--3,118 paid. National Hockey League May Grow to 8 Teams The National Hockey league is laying plans for expanding to eight teums by adding Philadelphia and Washington next year, according to reports from New York. Len Peto, 32 6 7 37 13 i 21) 3 3 24 3 a--Balled tor Wnlln'oe !n 3d. b--Batlorl for Johnson !n 7th. c--DtiUotl for Hoser In Oth. Boston 100 C02 000--3 New York 030 020 OOx--B Error*--ElaUnm 1 . RoberKe, Warren. Runs bulled In--Sunder*. RlBney 3, B l a U n c r 3, Wtirreu. Fernando?., H o f f e r l h . Two-base hits--Ulirney, W a r r e n . Stolen base-- Yoiinn, Sacrifice-- Holmes. Led on bases --Bosl.on B, New Y o r k 0, Bases on ball*-Kennedy ball*-Kennedy ft. Wnlltum 1. .Johnflon 4, Trlnkle 2. S t r i k e o u t s -- W a l l a c e 1, K e n n e d y 2, Johnson 2, Roscr I. Trlnklo 2. H1U o f t -Wallace -Wallace 3 iii 2 I n n l n K s ; Johnson 4 In 4: Rose! 1 0 In 2. K e n n e d y 1 In ! ( n o n e out, !n O l h l : T r i n k l e 2 In i. Hit by pll.cncr- -By J o l i n u n n ( M l x e ) ; Kennedy (Hoppl. W l n n l r . B p I L c h o r -- K e n n e d y . Losliu p i t c h e r --Wiillnci 1 , Umpires--StewnrL, Mnirerkurlh nnd D u n n . Time--2.88. I in the money collecting deportment I tll'is year, took n bogic-C on the .! 515-yard 18th green mid finished " w i t h n 137. He got around on 68 strokes. J i m m y Hir.es, Chicago, got 69 and rnntched Nelson's 137. The veteran Lawson Little, of Del Monte, Cnlif,, handicapped by a lame back, duplicated his first Cortland Nine Wins At Lock Haven, 6-4 LOCK HAVEN, Pa.--Led by Catcher Doran, who got throe hits, Cortland State Teachers a Canadian industrialist tycoon, islbf.Keball team broke a tie said to have .first cnll on the Phila-' delphia rights. American Association 230 ooo ooo--x i 100 001 010--3 I Brady; Sanford, loll Ind'unapolls .. Tc.'tdn Trelchel and and Moss. Louisville al Columbus, postponed, rain. college in the sixth injiing and scored a 6 to 4 victory victory over Lock Haven Teachers here yesterday. C o r t l n n t l O i l 20J 000--8 10 a Lock H a v e n Oil 110 000--4 10 3 Prlcano and D o r a n ; ndmlnnlon, Potter 18) pnd Tlcony. COLLEGE POLO A r m y 7, Cornell B. 138 round 60 nnd was posted at with Bob Hamilton, Chicago. Harold B r i n k , of Grand Rnplds. Mich., was I.IVB loading amateur w i t h onc-unrlor par I'll! lor 36 holes. Twenty-one of the 62 players who q u a l i f i e d for 1 today's f i n a l 36 holes bettered or equaled par yesterday. Colgate Netmen Swamp Cortland HAMILTON. -- Sweeping every match on the program, the Colgate tennis team returned home ycsler- tlay to garner a 10 to 0 victory over the Cortland State Teachers collcps and bring their season's record to three wins nnd a like number of losses. John Becker extended Al Adams and Bob Shevalier extended Jack Peel in singles matches, but otherwise otherwise the Maroon racket-wielders had little trouble in disposing of their opponents. Senators Climb By Double Victory Over Athletics WASHINGTON. ·(.*·)--The Washington Washington Senators beat the Philadcl phia Athletics twice yesterday, 4 1 and 3 to 2, and moved into place in the American league. Washington passed the idle Detroit Tigers, whose: game with Chicago was rained nut. The Senators went into rhe eighth inning of the second game two'runs behind, but a double by Mickey Vernori, plus three singles and an error produced three runs. Cecil Travis drove in one run, Pinch-Hitter Joe Kuehl accounted for another, and an error by Shortstop Shortstop Jack Wallasea let in the third. Irving Hall was the A's hitting hero. His single drove in Sam Chapman, who had doubled in the second inning of the nightcap, and he scored Philadelphia's other run in the fifth. Successive triples by Hall and Wallasea did the trick. Six pitchers, four for Washington Washington and two for Philadelphia, saw service in the second game, with Ray Scarborough the winner, and Dick Fowler -he loser. ' This was quite a contrast to the opener, a rather dull but satisfactory satisfactory game foi the 19,852 customers. Here little Mickey Haefner pitched eight-hit ball to coast to victory. double by Vornon and a single by Travis with the bases loaded accounted accounted for three runs in the filth. The t r i u m p h , the Dodders' fifth slraifiht, also was their 14th in a row over the 1'hlLs at Shibe park-all park-all 11 last year and the first three this season. Vic Lombard!, who went the route for the Dodders, held the Phils to five hits, three of them coming in the n i n t h inning when the losers j scored their lone run. It lefthander's . f i f t h ' v i c t o r y two defeats. Tommy Hughes started for the Phillies and w»s pounded for three runs In the second Inn I rig* the iallie.s resulting from Augie Galan's triple, Fcrrell Anderson's single and two passes. Hughes was unnble to sur- PHILADELPHIA (A) lib r !i 0 ft 4 0 3 1 0 4 0 1 1 1 S U ' n c k . r t Slider,]!} McCosky.ct 4 0 0 3 0 M c ' i n n . i b - 4 0 0 7 1 Cha'man,lf 3 0 1 3 0 4 0 1 6 0 4 0 1 3 3 4 1 1 4 3 Mewsom.p 3 0 0 0 0 Roanr.c llnlUb ' -Peck 0 0 0 0 0 , 1 0 0 0 0| WASHINGTON n b r 4 0 1 4 1 2 4 1 1 4 3 2 2 0 1 4 0 1 1 4 0 1 . 1 0 1 4 0 0 1 Rob'iton.lb LnWi'.s.rr Spcnce.cf Vcrntm.lb Hctith.ll Travls.s« Pv!ddy.2b Evnns.c Hacfncr,p 34 vive the British Amateur Golf Opens Tomorrow BIRKDALB, England. )-- Five former titleholders will be in the Held when the British a m a t e u r golf championship is revived here Monday Monday for the first tilne since 19M. in- cUiding the winner that year, Alex practice round drew n lough oppn-l "Par 7fi, ncnt when pairings were announced for Monday's opening session of match play. The 23-year-old Toledo (Ohio) strong boy will tee off against "16- year-old John B. Beck of London, I'll dn the ch? that's pretty f i r t t round in 70." high. Reiser's double had scored Eddie Stanley. With Hugh Mulcahy p i l c h i n g Reiser advanced to third on :m infield infield out and then Started a steal of home. He was allowed to score when Umpire Al Barlick called a catcher's balk on Andy Seminick. Seminick had jumped in front of the pinto thus preventing Gnlnn, the batter, from swinging nt the pitch. Galan was allowed to go to first base with Seminick also being charged with an error on the play. PHILADELPHIA (A) ab r h o a Newsome.ts 4 0 0 2 3 WyroBtek.cf 4 0 0 3 0 ,. | ,, , . ,, . , . , , 3 3 4 1 0 2 7 7 It was the r ,- Batted for Newsom in 7th. Philadelphia 000 000 100--1 Wusr.lnston 000 130 OOx--4 Errors--Caulflt Id, Prlddy. Buna batted In --Virnon, Travln 2, Stalnback. Two-base hltj--Rosar, Vernon, Caulfleld, Hcnth. Double playn--c'aulfield a:id McQuInn: C n u l f l e l d , Hall" a n d Mceuinn. --Philadelphia 7, Waahln«lon 8 Bases on balls--Newsom '3. Haefner 1. Strikeouts-- Nfwsom 3, Hanliier 4; Mores 1, Hits off-Newsom off-Newsom » In (I. Flores 1 In 3. Lonlnt Di'.' her--Newmm. Umpires--Pasmrella and Wi-alcr. Time--1.55. SECOND GAME PHILADELPHIA ' A ) WASHINGTON nb r n o a al) r h n a r e t i r i n g nttcr Pete BROOKLYN ab r h o n 4 1 2 3 4 d 0 0 2 3 0 0 6tanky,3b Her'an,3b Relser.cf Hor'sfcUl 3 2 1 3 0 Onlan.lf 3 1 3 3 0 Sicvons.lb 4 1 I 10 0 Reese,ss 4 0 0 0 3 And'son.c 3 0 1 7 0 Lombardi,p 3 0 0 3 1 1 3 0 4 0 2 l l f l 4 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 2 2 Ennls,lf McC'lck.lb Nortl-.ey.rl Seminick.c _ . _ _ R.KU'hcs,3b 3 0 1 3 3 4 0 0 5 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 o o o o o 1 0 0 0 0 Vcrban,2b 0 2 T.Hughes,p Mul'nhy.p n - N o v i k o f f Hoersup b-nowc Pcck.rf . . _ - - . Bl'nbnck.rf 0 0 o 0 0 Lewis,rf Sudcr,3b 3 0 0 0 1 8pcnce,cf McCosky,cf 4 0 1 1 0 Vernon,Ib McQulnn.lb 4 0 o « 5 Heath,If Ch'pmon.cf 3 1 : 3 0 Travis,us Rosar.c --, JJ .. ^ HalUb Wnllnscn.ss 3 0 2 2 1 Fowler,p Cn't'her.p 4 0 0 1 0 R'bertson,3i) 5 0 0 3 3 (1 1 0 * 1 1 3 0 0 4 1 2 2 1 2 4 3 0 0 4 ( 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 4 0 0 IS 1 Prldd.v,2b 4 1 3 3 2 Oucrra.c Evans.c 3 0 0 3 1 Wolff.p o o o l OBc'rb'ough.p 0 1 0 0 0 0 ClirllS,p O O O Kennedy,p O O O bMynU 1 0 0 0 :Blnks 1 0 0 0 dKuhcl 1 0 1 0 A. A. Dawcs, cHib secretary, hcnrd the remark. Dawcs 'takes immense 33 1 1027 111 33 1 5 27 13 n -- B u t l e d for M u l c n h y In fll.li. u - n u t t e d for Moer,st In fll.h. Brooklyn -032 010 100--7 Pliiladiilphla ooo ooo ool--l LTrrors--Semlnluk 2, Vcrbn:i. R u n s hatted p r i d e in Blrkdale's f a i r w a y s , r u n - ; l n - - a » l » n 2, Reese. Anderson, Raiser, N o M h e y , Two-bnse hits--Reiser. G n l n n , Tmce.biuiD liltn -- Qnlan, Hermnnskl. Slclen b;tse.s--Stnnky, Reiser 3. Sucrl.Mcc-- ning down n a r r o w valleys between treacherous sand hills, where the 33 3 5 ;!4 11 33 3 7 27 13 a--Batted for Christopher In Sth. b--Batted for Wolff In «th. c--Batted for Ouerra In Bill. d--Baited lor Hcarborough In ath. Philadelphia 010 010 000--2 Washington 000 COO 03x--3 Errors--McQulr.n, Hall, Wallatea 2. Runi batted In--Hall. Wallaces, Travis, Kuhel Two-base hlti--chapman. Vernon. Three- base hits--Hall, Waltasca. Double play, Travis. Prlddy. V-'rnon and Prlddy. Left on bases--Philadelphia 7, Washington 11. Bases es-- a , . balls-- Fowler 5, Scarborough 3. Slrlke ts-- Fowler 4. Scnrborongh 1. Kennedy 1. ' . . n In 1 1/3, Christopher'! n 6, 8cnrbnrouRh 0 In 2, Kennedy 0 In 1/3. wild Passed n u l l s -- Ouerrivr on outs . Hits off-- Fowler In 2/3, Wolff o Curi.l« 3 In 2/3. pitches -- Curllf,. Rosiir. W l n n l n i l r i c h e r -- I n E pitcher -- Fovjnr. Umpires -- W e n Passarella. Time- S.OO. Runs Batted-ln Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE-- Holmes. Braves, 27; Slaughter, Cardinals, 26; Walker, a a 1, 1 and Debson

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