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THE COURIER-JOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 19 U. SECTION 4 Brewers Drop First Twin Bill 1 FROM FATHER'S DAY, SUNDAY, JUNE 18 (ONE WEEK TODAY) BASEBALL Davis Outpitches Creel As Blues Top Birds 4-1 Kansas City, June 10 W) Bill Davis outpitched Jack Creel as the Kansas City Blues squared the scries by winning the second game today 4-1. The Columbus run in the second was unearned. The Blues got to Creel for two runs on hits by Eddie Patrow, Bill Kats and Babe Glunt in the second and then scored two more in the seventh. The Birds were helpless before Davis' curves after the second. He retired 12 batters in order in one stretch and finished off with the last sixth going down. Colum. McLain 1 Stumpf m Wyr'stek r Mack lb Crawfd c Burme'r e Price 3 Young e Creel p CuUop Franti CunTiam p lotais ab.h.po.a 2 0 0 0 33 5 24 11 K. C. Kats m Glunt 2 Platek r Zim'an lb Kolt 1 Portlier Taylor c Patrow 3 Davis p Totals ab.h.po.a. 30 8X7 Mud Hens Defeat ' Loop Leaders 4-3, 6-4 Milwaukee, June ,10 OP) The Milwaukee Brewers, American Association leaders, lost their first double-header of the season here tonight when the Toledo Mud Hens took advantage of loose play to win twice, 4-3 and .6-4. An 11 -game winning streak was snapped in the curtain-raiser when Dick Culler and Heinz Becker fielded poorly behind Owen Scheetz, with Eddie Igna-siak finally hitting a homer to get Johnny Whitehead on top. Charley Sproull's six - game victory string was ended in the afterpiece when he was bested by Lefty Jones. Fred Reinhart drove in' four of the Mud Hen tallies. FIRST GAME. B for Creel In 7. tR for Cullop in 7. Columbus 010 000 000 1 000 020 2 Ox 4 Kansas City E Patrow. RBI Young. Zimmerman J, Wvrostek. SB Stump. Crawford. S Taylor. Davis. Glunt. LOB Col. 7. K. C 8. BB Davis 2. Creel 1. Cunningham 2. SO Davis 4. Creel 1. Cunning-bam 1. H Creel. 1 in 6; Cunningham, 1 In 2. LP Creel. Toledo, ab.h.po.a D.Smith m 3 1 3 0 Schulte 3 4 0 1 Schultz c 2 11 B.Martin r 4 0 2 Reinhart 14 11 Ignast'k lb 3 2 11 Kimble 3 0 0 Wren 2 3 White'd p 1 Fannin r 0 Totals 27 21 13 B for Scheetz in 7. 0 2 1 0 0 0 Milwa. Culler s Peck r Norman 1 Becker lb H.Mar'n m 3 Naeel 3 3 Nelson 2 Raddant C Pruett c Scheetz p Binks Totals ab.h.po.a. 4 2 2 3 6 21 15 Jesse Owens Runs Today At Parkway To Race Between IScgro Baseball Games Jesse Owens, Olympic track champion and holder of eleven world's records, will be the feature attraction at Parkway Field Sunday afternoon in the intermission between a double-header presenting the Pittsburgh Crawfords and the Detroit Stars. First game Is scheduled at 1:45 p.m. Owens outstanding performance in the sports world led to his selection as National Director r of the physical fitness program for colored people in civilian de- fense, ndj laier 10 a position in the Ford Motor Company's De-troit plant where he su-pervises a group of 22,-000 employes. , Today, in the Jesse Owens pink of physical fitness, he will demonstrate his speed in several events, against the best available opposition. . The" Detroit Stars . will have their own drawing card in Billy Ball, their one-armed center lielder. Ball, last season, had a batting average of .360 and this season has been hitting .347. .001 012 0 4 .001 101 0 3 Toledo , Milwaukee E Culler 2. Becker 2. RBI Schulte, Scheetz. H. Martin. Ignasiakr 2, Becker. 2BH Reinhart. HR Scheetz. iKnasiak. S D. Smith. Whitehead. I,OB Tol. 7. Mil. 4. BB Whitehead 2, Scheetz 3. SO Whitehead 1. Scheetz 4. H Whitehead, I In S (pitched to 3 hatters In 6ih: Fannin, none in 2. WP Whitehead. SECOND GAME. Toledo ab.h.po.a. 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 5 r It 1 : Calendar f Standing of the Teams AMERICAN Team. W. Milw'kee 36 Cumbus 27 ivilLe 2 St. Paul 21 NATIONAL Team W. St. Louis 30 Pittsb'B-h 25 Ctncinn'tl 25 N. York 22 AMERICAN Turn W. St. Luis 27 N. York; 22 Detroit 24 Boston 23 ASSOCIATION. L. Pet. Team. 13 .735 Toledo 18 .600 Min'o'Hs 22 .!42 Kan. City 18 .538 Ind p'lls LEAGUE. L. Pet. Team. 15 .fi7 Brooklvn 17 .S95 Boston 20 .558 Philadel. 23 .48 Chicago LEAGUE. L. Pet. Team 22 .551 Chicago 20 .524 Cleveland 23 .511 Wash'ton 23 .500 Philadel. D.Smith m 4 0 Schulte 3 4 1 Schultz c 3 1 B.Martin r 3 2 Reinhart 13 3 Ignas'k lb 3 0 Kimble s 2 1 Wren 2 3 0 JnnM n 2 0 Fannin p 0 0 0 Total 97 Game called end of 71 h. tB for Farmer In 8. Mil'kee ab. Guller s 4 Peck r Norman 1 Becker lb Martin m Nagel 3 Nelson 2 Pruett c ' Raddant c Sproull p Farmer p tSecory Urarn p Totals 3 3 3 2 4 4 0 3 2 0 1 o 29 h.po.a. 1 0 0 5 1 l o 7 21 11 Toledo . 202 010 18 Milwaukee 000 002 2 4 E Naeel. Schulte. Becker. RBI Rein, hart 4. Kimble. Rnddant. Martin. Naael. 2BM Schulte, B. Martin. SB B. Martin. Kimble. S B. Martin. LOB Tol. 8, Mil. 0. P.B Jones 4, Sproull 5. SO Jones 7. Rpronll 2. H Sproull 7 in 4 2-3. HBP Jones (Peckj. WP Jones. LP Sproull. Hoosiers Hits Count, Millers Beaten 4-3 Minneapolis, June 10 OP) Indianapolis made it two straight over the Millers in the current series by winning today's game 4-3. Although held to six hits by Bill Sahlin, Miller southpaw, the Hoosiers made them count for the maximum of runs. Indpls. Mitrus 3 B'b'rn 2-m 2 Herndon 1 4 Poland c 4 Morgan lb 2 l otriie r Ande'n 2 Rhabe m-r 4 Aliperto a 3 ab.h.po.a. Mpls. ab.h.po.a. a z l l Looks n m 5 1 2 o 0 11 Blazo3 3 114 0 3 0 Dan ker s 3 12 2 13 1 Barna 1 3 10 0 0 8 0 Todd r 3 12 0 10 0 1 Schae'r lb 4 1 0 3 15 3 Vaughn 2 4 14 4 12 0 Arncon c 2 0 8 0 0 4 0 tDill 10 0 0 Donahue p 3 1 0 1 Sahlin p 3 0 0 3 Kelley p 1 0 0 0 tBettenc't 10 0 0 Totals 32 8 27 8 Totals 32 7 27 13 tB for Arauon in 9. B for Cotclle in 4. IB for Sahlin in 9. Indianapolis , 200 C02 000 4 Minneapolis ' t 001 101 000 3 E Schaedler. RBI Rhabe 2. Poland, Morgan, Vaughn 2, Danneker. 2BH Anderson. - DP Blazo to Vaughn r to Schaedler. SB Hemdon 2. S Blackburn. LOB Ind. 8. Minn. 7. BB Donahue 4, Kelley 1, Sahlin 6. SO Donahue 3. Sahlin 7. H Donahue. 7 In 5 2-3: Kelley, none in 3 1-3. WP Donahue. VtV Ik. J. Tl 17 28 .393 ' f ySL 13 28.349 k ins -.us nmfify W L. Pet. - "V 21 21 .500 W 23 ZS .473 22 24 .478 20 24 .455 Yesterday's Results -- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. - Indianapolis 4. Minneapolis 3. Kansas City 4. Columbus 1. . . 1-OU1SVILLK 9. St. Paul 2. . Toledo 4-6. Milwaukee 3-4. NATIONAL LEAGUE. St. Louis 18. Cincinnati 0. , Pittsburgh 9, Chicago 4. Other games postponed. . AMERICAN LEAGUE. m All games postponed. - Today's Games AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. LOriSVn,LE at St. Paul '). . Indianapolis at Mlnnearnlts 2. Columbua at Kansas City (2). Toledo at Milwaukee (2). NATIONAL LEAGUE. 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