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20 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, Thursday, September 30, 1948 Feller Hurls Tribe to 5-2 Grid Ace Suffers Fractured Skull Elroy Hirsch Injured Sunday May Be Out for Rest of Year CHICAGO, Sept, 29 (UP)—Elroy (Crazy Legs) Hirsch, star left halfback for the Chicago Rockets of the All-America Football conference, suffered a fractured skull in the game against Cleveland last Sunday, it was revealed Wednesday. Hirsch will be lost to the team!' between four and five weeks and 'NONCHALANT RUN possibly will not^ be able to play'. •K«in this season'. Ho wns Injured on the last play of the first period of the game the Rockets spokesman said, when he was kicked in the head. He was not usfi Again In the game. X-rayed Monday The definite Information that he was suffering from a fractured skull was Wednesday. not obtained until He returned to CM- capo with the team and his skull was X-rayecl Monday. Other X-ray tests and an clectro-encephal- OKrnm test civen Wednesday disclosed the fracture. "There is a definite crack on the right side of his skull," team physician Sylvan Soiare reported, "The bones are In good position." Dr. Solarz explained that none o( the bor.es had been moved, and that normal recovery was probable. A neurologist, Dr, Louis Boshes, also participated In Wednesday's examination. Hirsch, 23, was playing In h!.« third year with the Rockets. He Feature Won By Citation NEW YORK, Sept, 29 UB—Cita- tion ran away from five rivals to win the $29,250 Sysonby mile Wednesday In one of the most nonchalant gallops ever witnessed at Bclmont park. The great three-year-old triple crown champion toyed -with th others In the field, Including h stablemnte Coaltown. He ran just enough to assur victory, then trotted under th wire eased up, Arcaro looking ovi to see who would be second. r itL jockey Eddi iv"r his shoulde was out part of last season with leg injuries. "His condition Is not serious," Dr. Solnrz said, "but it Is necessary thnt the boy rest and have complete quiet. He must remain out of the came for a considerable period of time," Goo* to Ho.spilnl The player was at his hnme Wednesday, but will be moved to a Chicago hospital Thursday for a period.of convalescence, Hirsch was a Big Nine star during his college days, playing at Wisconsin in 1942 and as a marine trainee at'Michigan in 19<13. He played with the El Toro marines in 1945, and then after discharge, from' the marines, he joined the Sockets. His injury left the Rockets two left halfbacks, Bob Livingstone and Chuck Fonenbock, for their next league game with 'the San ] Francisco Forty-niners Friday night. Hlrsch's Injury was reported less than a week after another Chicago pro football player. Stan Mauldin, tackle for the Chicago | Cardinals, died in the dressing room from n heart attack suffered &Cter ,-. game. Mnilldin tiled early Saturday after ho had played against the Philadelphia Eagles. Juit Makes It Four lengths back, battling fo second money struggled C, V, Whit ne.v's First Flight,, and the filly just made It by one-half lengt over the onrushlng Coaltown, Then came Star Reward, Spy Song an'" Natchez. Had Arcaro found it necessary to run, Citation might have menaced Count Fleet's track record o 1:34 4/5, but even as it was, the Calumet farm star romped home in 1;36 fiat. Eddie actually was applying the brakes in the final sixteenth, then about 30 yards from the finish he pulled the son' of Bull Lea up and they coasted home The time equaled the 1:36 made by another Calumet star, Armed winner of the Sysonby last year. Minus Pool With the Calumet entry going off nt 1 to 10 on the board, nnd only win' and place be"lng, the entry paid $2.20 and $2..^ for $2, 532,30 in wagering for second place. With $99,172 bet in the place pool, $89,847 went on the Calumet pair. ANOTHER MIRACLE Stallings' Son Gets Ducats 'Crowd' to Hit 100 Million NEW YORK, Sept., 29 W>—Industry sources estimated Wednesday between 80,000,000 and 100,000,000 persons will hoar the world series on radio and 5,250,000 will ace It on television. The Mutual Broadcasting' system, which has exclusive radio rights, said it expects 26,000,000 radio sets to bo tuned In, with three to four listeners per set. Will Baltin, secretary of the Television Brcmdcnsters 1 Assn. said the television estimate Is based on the flssumption Cleveland will wlrrthe American league pennant. That would make Cleveland' Jinnes of the series available to thu new midwest, video network, with a potential 450,000 viewers. Bosox Victors Indians Need One More /. Triumph to Clinch Tie By GAYLE TALBOT PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 29 W— A pair of Yankee rookies, Bob Porterfield and' Hank Bauer, kept the pennant light gleaming faintly in the window lor the world champions Wednesday. All but ready to concede the flag after Tuesday's trouncing by the As, Bucky Harris' New York crew bounced back behind Porterfield's-steady 10-hit pitching and BOSTON, -Sept. "29 UP)— Ellis Kinder wobbled through a dizzy 11-hitter Wednesday to keep alive the Boston Red Sox' dim mathematical chances in the waning American league pennant race by a 5-1 decision over Washington, . In and out of more trouble than a tipsy high wire artist, Kinder managed lo salvage his 10th victory of the campaign, leaving the sox two full games back of the Id's-steady llMiit pitching and i e8RU p.ieadingi..Cleveland Tribe towering three-run homer by W j th only three to «o. . with only three.to go, time there Costly Slide by Braves' Jeff Heath HI* loft foot twisting, Jeff Heath, outfielder of the Boston ' Brave*, mifffirs BASEBALL SCOREBOARD National League W Boston 88. Brooklyn S3 ittsburgh 82 St, Louis 81 New York 77 hiladelphia 65 Cincinnati 63 Chicago 62 GB Pet. .591 ,550 .547 6'/j .544 7 ,510 12 ,428 2414 ,420 23 >/• .413 2614 «5''« Renulti Boston 4, Brooklyn 3. Cincinnati 5, Chicago 3. Pittsburgh 2, St. Louis 1, (day g.ime postponed, rain). Thursday'* Trobnble Pitchers Boston (BIckrord 10-54 at Brooklyn (Branca 14-8). Cincinnati (Ra/fensberger 11-31) at .Chicago (Chambers 1-9). PHtsbur/rh (Lombardl D-8 .nncl Scwcll 13-2) nt St, Louis (Pollct 13-R nncl Dlckson 12-14) day and night double henrlcr. (Only games scheduled). American League W L Pet.. GB Cleveland ,,, 95 B6 .629 New York 93 58 .616 2 Boston 93 58 .616- 2 Philadelphia 84 67 .55611 Detroit !. .75 75 .500 19# St. Louis 58 91 .389 36 Washington 54 96 .360 40>,i Chicago 49 100 .329 45 Wndneitl.ty'n Remit* New York 4, Philadelphia 2. Boston 5, Washington 1, Detroit <t, St. Louis 0. Cleveland 5, Chicago 2. Tlinrpduy'i Priibablc rltclien Washlnjr'on (Wynn 8-18) at Boston (Parnol 14-.-; t, New Xoi-k (topat 16-11) at Philadelphia fBrlssle 14-10). St. Louis (Osirowski 4-5) at Detroit (Krctltiw 2-0). Only games scheduled), and the games to play were running out on them fast, the' champs took grim satisfaction in taking Wednesday's contest, •Have lo Win It' "At least we're not. going to hand it to them on a platter," Har. ris said. "They're still going to have to win It." The Indians, by whipping .Chicago, 5-2, maintained their- two- game edge over both the Yanks and Red Sox. The Sox- downed Wash- ngton, 5-1. The three ,top teams each have only three games left t play. Before the game, Harris declare he had a hunch the Yanks wou 1 ,vin their four remaining game and "he shook up his batting orde in an effort to inject a little mor spee-d and punch. Bauer, just up from Kansas City was-installed in left field in plac oi Johnny Lindel], and it prove to be a stroke of genius on th manager's part, ' In the sixth inning, with Torhm> Henrich and Joe DiMaggio on basi and two down. Bauer caught oni of Dick Fowler's last, inside pitche squarely on the button' and the ball'* first stop was the left fielc roof, high over the 340-foot mark Score In Fourth _ , , - , ..... That, as it turned out, was si lyn Dodgers, 4-3, Wednesday but; (he hitting help the 24-year-old the victory was costly as they lost j Porterfield needed. Although Con- the services of Jeff Heath, hard-! nie Mack's spirited band harvested hitting outfielder, for the world' their hits in two' figures, they series, i scored on the tall rookie only in Heath broke his left; leg sliding, the fourth frame, when Elmer Bauer to win the second of thej For vital three-game series, 4-2, . hopes in the hearts of the'scraggJv Although the Scoreboard showed , cr ^ wd ot .7247 as the big Scoreboard the fading champs that both Cleve-. on . tne left fle]d wa] j \howed en- fracture of fibula as hfi tried to neon against Brooks Wednesday. Catcher Is Roy Campftnella, Boston Wins, Loses Heath BROOKLYN, Sept, 29 UP)— The Boston Braves hipped the Brook- At a Glance • By UNITED PRKSS HADDOCK, Ca., Sept. 29 CP>_ George Stallings Jr, will see the W L Boston Braves play in the world oVton .!.'!!.'S3 58 series after all, j New York '..... 93 58 Wednesday, Staltings said he had Hcmalnlnp schedule: written for tickets to the series, but they were all gone. He said see the Pet. ,629 .616 .616 GB TP he especially wonted to Braves play, because his !at.e father managed the Braves "miracle team" of 1914. ' So, Stallings said, he guessed he'd have to stay at home on his farm at Haddock, near Macon, and listen to the series by radio. Wednesday, Lockwood Doty, news director of WCON In Atlanta, said he had telephoned a friend of his In Boston; Sports Director Chuck Crosby of WCOP, to tell him about Stallings 1 predicament. Crosby in turn talked with Lou Perrlnl, one of the Braves' owner*. As a result, Stallings and his mother are not only going to get two. tickets to the series—the Braves are going to pay expenses of the pair to Boston tor the games, Cleveland: Detroit, Oct. 1, 2, 3, Boston: Washington, Sept. 30, New York, Oct. 2, 3. New York: At Philadelphia, Sept, 30, nt Boston, Oct. 2, 3. Southern Association R H E Birmingham 330 031 001—11 14 o Nnshvlllc ... 000 001 010— 263 Modlca . and Walters; Mallorv, Conger (2), Hollomnn (B) and Burgess. American Association (Playoff) at Columbus postponed, St. Paul rain. International League (Final playoffs) KHK Montreal . 110 300 002—7 9 1 Syracuse 000 002 001—3 9 1 Podbiolnn, Znchary (8) and Dapper; Howell and Boslack. (Montroal wins beyr of seven series, 4-1.) i Walker Gives ! Pirates Win ST. LOUIS, Sept. 29 UP)—Dixie Walker doubled in the first inning and singled in the eighth, driving In a run each time, to give the Pittsburgh Pirates a 2 to 1 -triumph over the St, bouls Cardinals Wednesday night. The victory put Pittsburgh into third place in the National league, a hali game ahead of the Redbirds, FIIUlHirrh ABHO Al St. Lnnla AS H O A Rojek 4» 3 1 0 21 DltTlnR cf 40-1 1 Konp 10 •• 4 1 7 01 Hchndnst- 2b 4213 home attempting to siore In the sixth inning from second base on Bill Salkeld's single to right. The husky outfielder was batting at a .319 clip and had belted 20 homers. -The injury was diagnosed : as a fracture of fibula, in the left foot. Heath was faker, to Swedish hospital In Brooklyn. Johnny Sain went the route for the Braves and allowed seven hits Valo and Buddy Rpsar wrapped singles around a ringing double by Sam Chapman. The Yanks gat their "insurance 1 (ally off F9wler in the ninth on Porterfield's third single of the game, a rap to right by Phil PJz- zuto, a sacrifice and a fly to right by Bobby Brown on which. the pitcher easily scored. ""mainly to a muff by. ,.-j in gaining his 23rd .win of the year ! £'Magg,o on an easy outbid fly against 15 defeats. Sain won out when Sibby Sisti singled home Phil Mas! from second base with two out in the ninth inning to snap -a 3-3 tie. HlMlnn ABH OA! Bklyn. AE H O X Holmi'a. r£ 4 .1 0 Oj Rckly If cf 4 2 2 0 »«• Vork ABHOA Dnrk js 4 0 r s| Rbmon 2b 3 0 4 3 ' ~" . - - . 'J'or£jfn Jh x a]40' r-tcfue an 4112 R.EIIot ,'ib t 0 1 81 Rtlner If 1001 Hciuh Jf m :> i o 0! Hinder cr 3 2' 2 1 in the ninth, Porterfield was not around at the'finish and trie contest ended on a note of high excitement. A fast double play saved the Yanks from possible serious trouble. Conner ft 1 0 0 0 KrmKvlil rf 2 1 0 1 ....... - ........... 4 0110 4182 4003 20011000 0010 1000 Sullitld c 3163 Hodsen Ib Mnfll c 0000 Cnmjinla c M.M'Ck r.f 4 l 2 oi vtlknl* •"- Stnnliv 2b 3 1 2 0 lilt! Sain 2b P Bjnify Rfxxuto i Hcnrlch Ib Brown 3b nlMnglocf Berra rf Bauer If 81 Ivera e nColllns 4221 3 1 101 Phil. J00»t M McCoiKy If Fain 3b 5004 4240 Ma'jMkt 3b 4 l 2 Oi aVlo r.' 4 1 '.-! O'Chupm/inc! 433 URowirc 0 0 0' Sudpr lib 1111 2102! Taylor p I bMlnner ABH 0 A 5222 4 J 4 0 2132 5023 4100 4140 4430 3012 3022 1000 0000 Beard cf 4 o 5 01 lluolal rf 3011 Klne-.- l( 3 1 2 01 Lang 3h 2 0 1 4 Walker tl 433 01 nLapolnH 0000 Wcntliike rf 0 n 1 01 Dusak If - - - - MurUEli 2b 4 a 2 2 Joncn Ib Boclimn 3b 4 1 2 ll H.P.ic*'If KlutlH c . 3 o 5 01 KM& 3b Lombardl r, 3 ,0 0 II Marlon M , _ _ V/llbtr c 4 '2 3 Dlckson p 3-01 DBaKir .100 Tollll 32 7 27 61 Totall . 33 7 27 1 aRan (or Lane In the eighth. - bFNed nut tar Dlck&oa in ninth. Score by innlnEs; PlttuburKh 100 ooo 010— 81. LoillJ 000 000 010— E—Jonen. RBI—Walker 2, Jonf», 2B —Walker, 3BH—H. Rice. .SH— Klull: _P—Hojel:, Murtaiiffh and Hopp: Musla Jchoendlcnst and Marlon, £OB—Pitts mrKh 0, St. Igcuis 8. BB—Lombard! ; DIcKgon 2. SO—Lombardl 0, Dlctc.ion 4. Totnlii32 10 27 17' Totali 3372718 sGroimded out for Barney In 7th. bFlkd out for Taylor In 9th, Score by Innlngi: Boston ............ . , ion 020 001 — 4 Tirnoklyn ........... 000 000 210—3 E — Rfttt, Elliott 2. RBI— Holmen 2, Cnmpnnelln, SnfMfr, Slttl. 2BH — Heath, Cn:rpnntlla. 3BH— Holmei. 'Snider, SB— Hackley, Reefte. Hermanskl, SH — Sain, Roblnsott. DP — Cs.mp>'ne'jlfi and IloblnBon; Plllolt and Torprion. LOB — Boaton 4; Brooklyn 6. BB — Sain 2. Barney 1, Tay- Ior J - SO— Sdin 5, Uirnrir 4. Taylor 1, ,0 0 0 0 j HO—Barney "8 3 1 30 L03 "~- TR " lor i-o o , . , In 7 ; Taylor 1 In 3. Beds 5, Cubs 3 CHICAGO,- Sept. 29 (&>— The Cincinnati Reds routed rookie Warren Hacker with H four-run blast In the first inning Wednesday to win, their battle of the basement from the Chicago Cubs, 5 to 3,, The victory broke the seventh- place tie between the two teams and dumped place.. ClnclnnMI ABHOA Hatton ,1b 3101 Bmlioltz rf 5 4 8 0 mj 2b 4 2 2 4 the Cubs into last Chlracn AB H O A Verban 26 5326 Wiillkus Ib 5 1 12 2 Lowrey cf 1 • 5 4 0 0 Pafko 3b. - - - - Kchlin rf Stlrnwl* 2b 3 0 2 .1; Xoivl^r p Cronctti 2b 000 HbSchelb Portrlleld p 4 3 1 0; cGuerra PKKt p 0 0 0 01 Reynoldi p 0.0 0 Oi TaMl 363327131 Totals 35102711 ' ^Grounded out for Sllrmvelm In 8tb. bsafe on DlMagRlo's error In Oth, cRan ror Schflb in Oth. 'New York 000 OO'J 001— 4 Philadelphia 000 200 000—2 E—DIMaEKlo, RBI—Chapman, Ronnr, By JOE KEICHLER . . CLEVELAND, Sept. 23 OP)—The'- irrcsislible Cleveland Indians, advanced to within one victory of insuring themselves at least fi lie folr first place in the American league pennant rsce Wednesday. They came from behind to defeat the tail-end Chicago White-Sox, 5 to 2. It was the last meeting of the season between the two clubs, ? The triumph protected the _:,;_ Tribe's two-game advantage over 'f,$v ! Boston and New York, who'cap- tured their tilts with Washington and- Philadelphia," respectively.. Trie news. The Yankees Rcd s °* and Yankees are- dead- were losing and so were the In-1 dians. Later events, bringing success to New York and Cleveland, wrung most of tie joy from Boston's triumph. The men of. Joe McCarthy faced a discouraging uphill struggle just to say in .it. They are tied with New York and must wind up'their season wrestling with the Yankees Saturday and Sunday. In between they play one more with Washington while New York scuffles with the As. Cleveland takes a dav o.'C Thursday so the _ -. . . , . Indians can't clinch it before Fri- j Gordon batted in three day when .they open a three-game Wlth B , home run Hn . d d °Y ble ' Kclt ; set with Detroit I nel ' also hammered a homer and McCarthy will send left handerj two-bagger, _and sent two'Tnates Mel Parnell against Early Wynn in I ncross Cleveland win, no matter how Boston and New York fare, would insure at least a tie. v .Tw,o more triumphs would clinch the v flag for the Tribesmen, Gordon, Keltncr Star As has been the case in, recent days, the big bats of Joe Gordon and Ken Keltner furnished most-ol th« fireworks Wednesday. Between them they drove in nil Cleveland's runs to give the Tribe their 18th victory in their last 21 games. the series frnale Thursday "after-L Bob Feller, although not as el- noon with a chance to nick at f ? ct)Ve fl s In rec «"t outage, went least a half game off the Tribe's solid lead. \V*kh. AB H O Al Boston AB H O A Coan if 3 a 2 o; DiManrlo cf .1 l 5 0 Ko7.»r2b 2 1 2 31 PulrySb'' 3221 PuWvan 2ta 1 0 0 o; Williams If 5 l 2 0 Roberunrf 504 0; Sleplirns ss 4135 Stewart cf 5 3 2 01 Doerr 2b 2 1 2. 3 Vcrnon Ib 407 Oi Snencc rf '-"3 3 3 0 Yost3b < 2 I 2( Goodman Ib 427J Chrlstmn ts 404 31 Tebhcun c 4140 Early c 3 1 2 0| Kinder p • 4011 M«!ier.in p 11031 Hudson p 0 0 0 01 aKvanv 1 0 0 01 Wflterolltp 0 0 0 0| bWooten 1 0 0 01 Thompson p 0 0 0 0 cMeBride 1 0 0 01 Candlnl p 0 0 0 01 - Totnl.i 37 11 24 71 Totals 36122731 aPanncd for Hudson in fourth. bFannfd for Wflteroth in sixth. cFoulod out for. Thompson in <ichtb. iVanhincton 001 000 000—1 Boston 303 000 30x—5 £—Robertson. Christman, RBI—Stew- aru Stephens. Spcnce, Goodman 2. 2BH— ^icwart. YORI, DIMnnKlo. 3BH—Stephen*. ^B—Yost. Karly. Sac.-~Doerr. DP— 'e.iky to Doerr to Goodman. T.OB— Wash- iKtrm 33, Boston 10. BOB—Mastcrson 2, inder 4. SO—Ma.stcrson 2, Kfr-.der :i. Ills—Off MaslerFOn 6 In 2 2-3 (nniiiBs, ludson 0 in 1-3, Wclteroth 3 In 2. Thorn],on 3 in 2, Candlni 0 In 3. Wild pltchc: yelterolh, LP—Mastrrton. Rainiers Down Seals, 3 to 1 SEATTLE, Sept. 20 (.I 5 )—Veteran Iphthander Guy Fletcher held the an Frnnclsoo Seals to four hits 'odnesday nlRht as the Soaltlc alnlcrs won their first same of the .iclflc Coast )eag-jc governor's cup cries, 3-1. Playoff R H E ?an Fran.' , 000 :00 000— 141 3MUIP .... 020 001 OOx— 360 rjempsoy. Soriano (81 nncl llowcll; neither and Hcmsley. ' Angels 10, Oaks 9 OAKLAND, Cal,, Sept 29 wrj—nus Angcleii defeated Oak*ind, 10 to S, Wednesday night despite four Oakland home runs that scored eight runs. It was t.hc first came oi the the route lo register his 19th triumph of the season. Thus Rapid Robert, who is scheduled to work in the season's finale next Sunday, may capture 20 victories for his sixth straight full season, Two Dayn' R«st Feller, showing the effects .of working with only two days of rest, proved no puzzle to the White Sox, He .was tagged for 10 hits and gave up three walks. He struck out four. Although he allowed, at least one. hit in all but three innings. Feller was scored upon in only one, the second. For a while it looked like that would be enough to hand him his 15th setback. After retiring the side with ease in the opening frame, Feller issued a pass and was conked for three hits in the second and was luck.yto escape with only two runs ngainst him. An inning-ending, double play, started by the ever-reliable Gordon, saved him a peck of trouble. The SoxJiad Bob in trouble agrjn in the fourth, sixth and eighth jn- nings but in each instance he had that something extra to escape unscathed. While the White.'"Sox .kept nibbling away at. FeUer in the ensuing innings, Papish .kept-the Indians in almost complete submission Tor five innings. The Tribes managed to squeeze out four singles during that time, but never seriously threatened. At no time did they put two hits together in one frame, • Two Homert Bauer 3, JSrown. 2BH—Chapman, Me- [ off. Cosl<y. 3BH—Sllvtra. HB- -Bauer. Sac. | —WeCoslty, Rinuto, Henrich. DP—.Toost , and Fain '2; Brown, Stlrnwelia and Hrn- rlcnrCrOMttl, RUiuto and Henrich. ; LOB —New Yorlt 9. Philadelphia 11. . BOB— Porterfield 3, .Pww 1, Fovvltr 2. SO— Porlerfltld 3, Fowler 2. ' Hlls—Off Porter- lltla. 30 In «l/3 innings; P»s«.nonc In none (pitched to onf button; Reynolds, none In 2/3. Balk—Porterfteld, Winnlns .iltcher—PorlerfUld. post season Pacific Coast league play- H They Captured Rocky Mountain Softball Prize M«nab«r* of the 1'lnnr.v-Shamrockx noftha.il team, nhloh wnn the Rocky mniintaln championship. Back row, left to right, Don Mayne, •Ml»t»nt-couch; Mick Tatol, Onrland; Naomi Alllnjtton, 8. L.; . Muilyn Mechwn, M»fn»; D, 1. Murphy, manager; Virginia Fnnchei, Toocle; Capt. Vlrg-lnla UnHortl; Ann Lamb,.Hyde Parkj-Jofi Nunle.v, conch. Front row, Dorothy Sudbury, Iremohton; Shirley Birch ;:Fae Smith) West -Jordan; Betty Gregory, Ms/fns; Wllma Frcston, Lojfan.- Lee Dumanye and Buth Hobbs, 8. L.; .Lois Green IB not In picture. ._ I Ib 5 2 7 0 Pafko 3b. 5111 Wyroatek cf 4 1 « 0 Nclilun rf 5100, SHIKT If .100 Ol.wniktr c • 5230 Slallctll) ii 2 0 1 1 Macldern If 1030 Muellers. .4 1..8 .0 .Cvrrtta If.. 3 0 3 0 Wehmeler p 4 0 0 l| Smnlley «« 4 1 2 S Hacker p 0000 • : Chlpman p 1.0 l 2 . .• asawatikl 100 Dobernlc p •• • bUallch Borovoy. p Total* 3611 2771 - Totalj 4C .. aFlled out for Chlpman In fourth, bWalked for DoMrnlc-ln rlnrith. Cincinnati 400 100 ~ilca|to 001. 010 _-, E—Waltkm. Wyrwtek, Dobernlc. RBI— Adam* 3, KlnszcwiiKI. Mueller. ~-~ Nicholson. 2BH—Klu.UfWul;!. B ^dam». Smatlcy. 3BH—Adam*. I rey. SH—Stallcup, • Artania. DP- Verbin and- Waltte, I.OB—Cincinnati Jhicaco 12. BB—Wehmeler 2. Chlnman Doharnlc 1. SO—Wehmeler 5. HI Hacker 4 In 0 (none nut In firm) .an 4 In 4. Dobftrnlc 1 In 5, Horowy 2 In 3 Loner^Hackcr. Maxim Defeat Portland Ace PORTLAND,: Ore;, Scpt. : 29 (UP) —Joey Maxim, 5th ranking heavy•eight .from Cleveland, O., won a 0-round decision over Bill Peter' of Portland In ncked main event of a fight-card t the civic auditorium her«i Tues- ay night. Peterson hammered the Ohloan om the Itart and closed Maxlm'i ft eye by the end of; the | round. But Joey, tied up thei'for- mer Chicago .heavyweight kept,, him off. balance wir pealed stinging, lefts. . Peterson' weighed • 202 Maxim, 186. . • • . •• , Bobby Ward; .159,.San Franblsco,- ,won'*a close decision over. Bobby Volk, 159«,-Portland; in " "' round -lerhifinal bout. Purse Fncreasefl ASCOT, England,.Sept. 29 UP)— Officials of the Ascot'race tratk increased the purse of the' Queen Elizabeth 'stakes Wednesday in hopes of lurinj?-the English, nnd French derby winners into the 1949 field. The purse was upper! from $16,000 lo 524,000. E Los Anscles 201 430 020—10 10 2 Oakland . .. 501 001 002 — 9 12 2 Adklns,. Hafcy nnd Novotncy; GossBway, Specr (4) Tost (6) -Wilkic (9) and Fornandcs, When they finally did strike, it came with the speed and suddeness of a cyclone. With one away, Lou Boudreau \yalked. Then like two , bolts of lightning, Gordon, and —Los Keltner exploded their home runs '" ° to- put the Tribe «he»d, 3-2. It was No, 32 for Gordon and No: 30 for Keltner. After Papish bowed out for an unsuccessful pinch hitter in the top of the seventh, the Indians picked up two insurance runs against Randy Gumpert in Uicir half of the inning. BULLETIN LOS ANGELES, Sept. 2 (UP) —The Los Angeles Dons frittered away scoring opportunities for three periods and then unleashed a lightning- allack that gave them a 20 to 10 victory over New York in nn All-America conference football game Wednesday i:ight. CMoiio A B H O AI Clf «l«nd AB H 0 A Dfl.ilnr, cf 502 0! Mitchell II 4230 Luplcn Ib 5 1 7 01 Clarlt rf 302 0' Atipllne »» 4012; cPfck 0000 .WrlRhtrf 323 o Kennedy rf 0 0 0 0 Hodcin If 3 2 3 o! Boudreau »« 3 n 4 .1 A.RoblnsncS 1 5 1( Gordon 2b 4232 Michaels u 430 <; Kf liner 3D 3200 Baker 3D 3 1 3 o! Doby cf 4 :, B 0 Paplnn p 2000! E.Rblnsn ib 4 1 fl n aPhllicy 1 0 0 ol Hffan c 31 a 1 Gvimpertp 000 0! Feller » .4102 bKclfoway 1 0 0 01 8 GRID PREDICTING CONTEST All entrlea rmmt b« pontmarked by noon Friday and received by noon Sunday or turned In by « p.m. Frldaj', Podtmsrked entries must reach th» J 0 0 < o o o ( 000 0 13 27 1 rth. h. 000 — , 001— 1C. RBI— Lowrey aumhoUi KR— Low — Smallrv Innatl it hfpman .1 Hlla— Of 11 ; Chlp- wy 2 In 3 3ats •e.:" 9 (UP) heavy- won a Peter- actlon- ht-card i Tues- Ohioan laxlm'i e tihlrd^ hei'for- t ." and- th re- and. nbisco,- Bobby he 10- contest judge* by noon Sunday. Michigan ..; '..;,; ;( )• Northwestern -.,,,.*..»,.'..( ) Arfcansu ( ) OklfchOM* ..; ( ) ;- Cornell \ »' ( ) •Notre D&me ( .) Georgia .,,,,... ( ) TIB Colorado A. & M ( )...( ) Arizona ( )...( ) OKlnhoirm A. fc M ( )...( ) Destroycru Pacific ','.( ).,.( ) Colorado Bute ( ) . , . ( ) use ( )...( ) Washington ( ).,.( ) Temis Chrlstlnn : . . ( ) -. . ( ) Texm A. & M ( )...() Colorado ^J ' '•••' ) Navy ( ')...( ) Pittsburgh ....! ( )...( > North Carolina ( )...{.) Georgia Tech ( ) . . . ( ) Duke ( )...( ) Illinois ...( )...( ) Washington fit»U ...,'.....( )...'( ) Pentnylvanla ( )...( > city ;..:......:..:;:, ....„.„..: :... 1 ' ' : - ' • ' * . ' , : i Thbun« Coupon Toials 34 10 24 Ti Toiala nPopptd out for Papish In neventh. bFlted out for Gumpm In ninth. • cSaci-lflced for Clark Jn ncvrnth. Chlcaco 020 000 000—2 Cleveland .... 000 COS 20);—a -K—None. RBI--Mlcriael. Baktr, Gordon 3, Krliner 2. 2BH—Feller, HodKIn, Gordon. Keltner. HR—Gordon; Kellner. Sac.—Hodjdn. Pel!V-,, • DP—M1cha«l« to Applln): to Luplen, Gordon to Boudreau to E. Robinson. J,OB—Chicago 9. Cleveland i R, BOB—Pan!<ih ::, Keller 3. Oumpcrt 2. SO—Papish 3, Kcllor 3, Gumpert 1. Hlti —Off l-'aplsli, S In 6; Gumpert, 2 to V. \ L.P—Paplsll. ; Tigers 4, Browns 0 DETROIT, Sept. 29 </B — Hal Newhouscr chalked up his fourth 20-win season in five years as the Detroit Tigers beat the St. Louis Browns 4 to 0,'with his sfx-hic pitching. .The 1347 season, when he had 17; victories and as many, defeats, was his onJy one since'3945 when his )eft.-handcd slants have not been sood enough for a.score of triumphs. He had 29 in 1944—his best year, 25 in 1945 and 26 in 1946. Newhpuser is slated for one more start 'his year, in a crucial «ericg —for the Indians—at Cleveland. KI.Loul* AB H O.AI WelMilt Dlllinptr 3b 4020 Lctiner cf Prlddy 2b Watt If '-und rf Denle iff \rfl Ib 4 2 2 O 4025 4120 4 120 3 Upon ft* B«ro 2b Wertc rf Grolhcr WjLlsctld It M«vo30 VICOIb arvcr p aAnderson Grrftw p/ 412 3 1 !> 3 0 ,T _ _ 2001' Kf whouar p 1 00 01 0 O 0 01 • -I ABHOA 4223 4032 3 1 4.0 4210 4130 4125 4 2300 4 2 2 fl 4100 Totai« 33 6 24 10' TotiUl 33 12 27 10 aGroundrd out for GaTvur lit eighth. Score by Innlno: St. Louli 000 000 000—o Detroit .Ml OOO OOx—I K—Artt. RBt—Groth 2. Mayo. Watt- leld. 2BH—Dwite, Groth. 3BK—Arft HR —waHiflelil, DP— Prltdy «»f Arft; Dtiite, Prlddy and ArfL LOB—BL 7x>uli.A, Detroit 8. BB—Carver i; BO—Oiirv»r 3, •tioaser 1. HJta— Olt Carver 10 IB .7; Gerheatxer -2 In 1. Lo»er—Oarvfr. Column Wins SALEJVT, N H:,~ Scpti- S9 . •The Marlet stable's Column camt? .from lest;-.ln, a-six>horse. field to win the featured $5000 Lancaster )>urse «t Rockingham-.park Wednesday before a midweek crowd of 8009. • . •»

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