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Nats CKeck nHomers Let EI 0 MKEE, 7 - 0; DEM SOX QEW-3 Pierce Snaps IPairaitDe .N'V; b Y If ' Reds Nudge Brooks, 10-9 BROOKLYN, N. Y. UP) Home runs by Virgil Stallcup, Johnny Wyrostek, Grady Hatton and Danny Litwhiler sparked Cincinnati to a 10-9 triumph over Brooklyn Sunday. Litwhiler belted his as a pinch- hitter with two on in the eighth to win the game. Herm Weh-meler staggered all the way for the Reds. The victory ended Brooklyn's six-game winning streak and Cincinnati's alx - game losing streak! Wehmeier, who allowed 10 hits and walked nine in the S-hour and 30-minute fray, got Roy Cam- 9 y f ' nanplla tn emit tha nmi with a mn'polle 11 .n.KI u vine II is . paneua to ena me game wun a Mn.,kM 1212.500 m p.ui su.esel pop fly after Bill Cox singled to k. cuy 12 i3.4oitoMo si.2.i put the tying run on base. K.w?5flJJ',i R. . .. Seven of the Cincinnati runs Uuiui 0000002011 oi . r . iKaneeeClly . . . 0(10 000 OOO-O 0 came on homers. Brooklyn usedi Batieriee-- Alexander and scheroerth; ai .t.-i n l ! Mood. Hinrlrha lal anil Dreacher. -BY BRAD WILSON THERE'S beam of fatherly pride on the face of Lea Chance whenever Adel High's baseball team appears on the field. The reason la that most of Adel performers a r youngsters who got their early training under Chance In the American Legion's ' Junior program. Chance, a ru- . ral mail carrier, if hag handled the f . CHANCE. Junior teams at Adel the past 21 years, except one. That was back In the early 80s in the midst of the depression. Funds were not forthcoming from the Adel American Legion post, and Chance, who had Just taken a 10 per cent cut along with several other million Americans, didn't feel that ha could afford tn snonsor the teani. So Lea lost one of his greatest ! prospects Bob Feller, who had : been a member of the Aaei junior club two prevloua seasons. Another famous nam appeared In the batting order of on of Chance's club. It was Nile Klnnlrk, the former all-American football player at Iowa. t A year ago. Adel suffered j- - j "buck fever" In the opening round , Ellis Kinder, Boston Red Sox pitcher, gets back to flrat base safely Sunday as Gordon Golds-berry, Chicago defender, reaches for him with tha ball In his glove on an attempted plrkoff play. The Red Sox won this game, 1-0, but lost the second, 4-S. wirephoto api. SITTIN IN Continued from Page Eleven. only 28 men, Including the five by Welk today. 13,383 See Denver Win, 1 1-6, .Af ter Losing to Lincoln, 4-3 DENVER, COLO. CA) Denver gave 13,383 fans something to cheer about by beating Lincoln, 11-6, Sunday night in the second game of a double bill to take their first 'That average only about two and a half a game. Weik used to walk that many in two game well, three games. 'As a result of our pitching and our hustle, we've won nine of the last 13 games." rpHE 190-pound, 8-foot-4 Weik J was born at Waterloo, la., went to grade school in Des Moines, attended high school in Peoria, 111., and Is again a resident of Des Moines, where his father, W. H. Weik, la assistant general passenger agent of the Rock Island railroad. "Last year I shortened up my tirinrtiin ,f Utlr vn1alni4 "Rllolrir live uiicnern wun aianer rreacn-: er Roe knocked out in the aev.nth by Wehmeier's double. Joe Hat-ten threw the horns run ball to Litwhiler. CMUMti akh a a.' Brooklyn aak a a Adama.2 4 1 a2iUlkalaa Lowary.lf 4 1 4 0 cRuanll Waatak.r-a 53 10 Morgan Uahar.ct 3 0 0 0i8huba.lt Merh'an.ef 0 0 OOlkntdar.ef 10 00 00 00 ,4131 31 40 SI 42 80 20 32 SI 32 11 f ramaaa.a 4 1 S OlRobinaon.J nation. j a j 1 Airurllln.r ktailcup.k 6 2 lllHodlaa.1 AdCIKK.l ail l coi.3-a USBK? ?? Sol wtiw.m,p l o i Ca pantlla.a 4 2 S 1 noa.p d u u l Banta.p 0 0 0 0 Hattan.p 0 0 0 1 bHarmanakl 0 0 0 0 touh ss i n u Barnay.p 0 0 OOi Pallc,p 0 0 0 0 Totala 34 10 27 U Announcad for j Adeock In alihtk. bWalkad for Hattan Ik alahth. cUnad oat for allkala Ik Ishtk. Mra oy miunga; Cincinnati 021 101 041 JO RmniiivM nn An ntt:i. a summary a., uox; nru, kiauetip Wyrontak, Adt:ock. Mlkla 2, Shuba 2.1 Campanaltk 2. Hatton 2. uiwnnrr o. HodKaa 2. Cox Hodaaa: 3B. Hh 2B Col. Wthmrlf r. Hjkih Hhuoa. Btaiicup: hk. stall-i rP. Wyroatak, Hatton. Lltwhllar: Bn. gnidar; sh. una: dp hotinaa to kikaia naon ! Adama tn Wyroataki ltd. Cincinnati S. Brook lyn n. RB Wohmalar . Roa 1. Banit 2. Barnry 3; MO. Wchmalar S. Roa A. Barnay 1; HO, Rna S In S tnnlnaa (nona nut In aavanth, Banla 3 In 1 I I Hal-tan 2 In 2 3. Barnay 1 In 2-3. Pallra 0 In U; HBP Rna (Hatton): WP. Barnay: wtnnar, Wahmaiar 12-41; loaar, Banla '''uV'jorn'a. Donaltlll and Daasoll. T, 9:30. A, 21.3(l Bucs Take 2 , From GlanU, 4-2, 8-6 NEW YORK. N. Y. (PP PitU-burgh took both ends of a double-header from the New York Giants, 4-2 and S-6, Sunday to snsp a four-gama New York winning streak. The Pirates scored twice in the ninth tn win tha nnener nnrl ninm 10 win me opener ana , . , i.-i. lirlnn 10 ft"blnaon, Roa to Rihlnaon. Robl cf the state American Lgionlla Uttit to Hodaa Hatton to Ad M't .... a., it at k. ..!"".""a.r.4 )i Dllllnger.3 5 3 Bill Pierce. Stops Losses at Seven. MINOR LEAGUES AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. in .poiii 22 7 7s.coiu'nua 11 12.47, W. L. Pet. I W. L. Pet fiinnd .. R h e Louieville 000 200 02 2 1 K'S:firT..LROll,1;;o40rral4, "..5 Martin; Burdati and jama .. ! At Milwaukee mat lama: k. n. m. Iret cam: 1 Indlanaonlla 211 000 0004 0 0 'Milwaukee 000 010 001 -2 S 1 Batteriee - Oregg and FltaQerald; Klllntt. Uartln f4 and Ltltmtn. Sacood Rama: ft. H. B Indlananolla 012 120 0 11 2 miwaukaa 400 002 O I 0 Battarlra Plarra Mima '2) and Bal-llnaar; Johnaon, Bleknall (31, Studanar (S and Llndan. Cniumbua at St. Paul, rain. Tolado at Mlnnaapolia, rain. . TODAY'S 0 AMUR. lndlanapolla at MHwaukra. Louiavtlla at Kannaa City. Cnhimbiia at St. Paul. Tolado at Mlnnaapolia. THar.K-l LEA0I7K. T Haula 14' .7001 Evanarllhl 911.450 nanvilia 1.1 T .6SOi Dacatur aii .ti Walarloa 10 S.MBir. Baplda T 1 1 .39 Qulncy 1 1 10 .524 Davanport 7 14 .333 SUNDAY'S RESULTS. .. At Tarra Uauta: It. H E Panvlll 110 000 020 1S (I 1 ftrrii Hauta...O02 oo 1UO 4- B v Haltahaa Rlcharditon. Wlllwall (10) ..j Worlav Boutat, w (2 and Lon- Z... At watarlob! it. H. E mo ooo oooi 2 110 411 OOI 1.1 t o,,,h.(-,,v jlr.'Jriw Riii.hm Wirnir Millar 1 5 1 and lodrnhalmar; Dully and Ohartar. Kvanavllla 7. liaratur a. Quincy at Odar Rapida. rain. TODAY'S RAMES. Pavanport at Watarloo Oulnry at Cedar Rapida. Danvllla at Tarra Hauia. Dacatur at Evanivllle. INTKRMAT10NA1. I.EA0TE. w r. Di . IV L. Prt Montreal IS s' .SsrSprlnsfM 1312 .820 Svraiune 12 9 .57 l Ballim ra aii .aji Jer'v ri'a I'J 10 454 Toronto 10 14 .417 Rotb'r 12 11 .522 Buffalo 7 15 .311 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Toronto 2. Montreal 1 Iflrat same), oronto 13. Montreal 2 laeennd name). Jeraey City T, Syraruaa 8 (flrat same). Svracuaa S, Jeraey City S (aacond Samel. Buffalo S. Rocheater S (flrat same). Hnrnatar e. nuriam i met-onn itmrr. coni Baltimore 17. Mme I Sprlnlfleld 0 ( flrat Paitimora 3, Same). Springfield 0 (aacond PACIFIC COAST LEAOCE. W. L. Pel I VV L. Pet S Mean 35 20 fl lnlR Fran. 27 27 500 Hol'w od .11 22 515IP IMnd 2A 2R .500 kl,nd 27 24 529'HMitie is 31 .3ns - An. 20 27 siRiB.mjir, 20 3.34 t.n Anieiea 3. sen rtaneiaco 1 (met imi an eranweco a. uom jtnae'ea J aav.,Ru game I Portland S. San Plain S (flrat jemel. Hollywood 7. Oakland 2 (flrat aame). Meattle 3. Sarramanto 1 (flrat camel. Sacrament 2. Seat 1 la 1 (eecond game, It Innlnge). Oakland 3, Hollywood 2. Ban Plrio 3, Portland 1. SOriHEBN- AMOClATlOf. W I.. Prl. w. u. Frt Allanla- 24 1 2 .RR7'M. Orlaani 17 .531 21 4R2 Mobile 21 13 .Ria'Cai'nnnaa is Memohla 22 15 505 NnhTllle 14 10 .424 20 1 551 Little R'k S 30 .143 Bir'bam IMIINDAT'S RKRItl.T ChatlaAooia 10. LIU la Rock t ( flrat lama 1 l.lltla Rork , aamel. Chattanooga 4 (aecnnd Aiiania a. Birmmgnam 2 triret name). Atlanta 3. Blrmmahant 0 laeennd tame I MemnMa 5, Naehvllla 1 (flrat game). Naehvllla ft. Memnhte t earond game). new urieene iw. at Knblla 1 i riral tame) New Orleana Mobile, aecond game, rain. TEXAS I.KAtll'E. W I.. Prt.l W I, Pel T Worth 2. 12 .7oo s Anlonla ii 4a Tulea 20 13 AOR Dallaa 17 22 4 1R Ok Oily 22 15. 5051 Rhr port 1523. 305 Beaum't IS 20 47Hlonelon 112S.2B8 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Shreveport A. Houatnn 2 (flrat game). Shreveport 3. Houatnn 0 feerond game), Beaumont 4. San Antonio 3. Dallaa A. Fort Worth 4. Tulea 10, Oklahoma City (flrat garnet. luiea in, Oklahoma city a (aecona game). NORTHERN LEAOTE. Fargo Moorhaad 3. Duluth (flrtl game! Fargo Moorhea. i. Dululh (aacond I1 fuprinr S. Grand Forke 4 !,, Eu Cltir t. Sioux ram T (It fe A be Mi at lit. Cloud, wit i round i. Saddler, Gavilan Top Boxing Slate NEW YORK, N. T. (JD Sandy o.HHla- k. ... iw M ' ' vl,w iwi nnrl iraLiiri wei(iii cnampion, rua aaviian or cuna. ah.,a T -, . . ar. . . Arthur niiniimii iiiik nt itimnui inn Jumped off to an early lead tOjU uiuii i L.i. ivi , l. a.b L.io avail v of spring training he asked me to show him how I used to pitch. "He said, 'You go back to throwing that way and keep it up.1 "Then ha straightened ma out a bit on a few things, particularly my stride off' the mound. My control hasn't been bad since then." BRUCKER EXPLAINS. HAVE always been puzzled about Earle Brucker, now a Browns' coach. He caught for I Lincoln of the Western league along about 1927, and later was with Wichita and St. Joseph. He became a major leaguer with the Athletics at a rather ripe age for a rookie, but played sensationally. A year or so before the war when I interviewed him, Connie Mack raved about Brucker. He declared the former Western leaguer was a great catcher and a great hitter. That year Bnioker led year Bnioker led Triple Winner v.W Eddlo Arraro shows a big grin as he leaves the scales Haturday after riding to his third Preakness victory on Hill Prince at Plmlieo. Arcaro pre vlously won with Citation In 1948 and Whlrlaway in 1941. He Is the third jockey to rlda three Preakness winners. . OMAHA WINS 2 COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO, tp) League -leading Omaha; swept a doubleheader from Colo rado Springs, 4-3 and 3-2, Sun day. Tha twin victory gave the Cards eight straight without a defeat over the Sky Sox this season. In the aecond game, Colorado Springs got to Bob Clear for two n before the Carda started hitting. Ted Shandor opened the sixth by walking two Redbirds. Bernie Creger singled for on run. Harvey Zernia'i single scored another and sent Shandor to the showers. Bill Van Heult drove in a run off Tex Beesley'a offerings. Leading, 3-1, In the ninth frame of the opener, Creger doubled and came home on MeAllater's single with what proved the winning run. riasr camp. aa a . r.i. .... ..a . Tigers With 3-Hitter,6.2 DETROIT, MICH. JP Righthander Chico Marraro pitched a neat three-hitter against Detroit Sunday aa Washington bagged two homers in a -2 victory. It was the tenth victory in tba last 14 games for the surprising Senators, who made merry at the expense of Teddy Gray. Tht Senators' Eddie Yost hit a two-run homer, his fourth, to put Washington out in front 2-0 in the third. After the Senators picked up another run in the fourth, Sam Mela got their second homer, a three-run wallop in the fifth. Walk In kkk a,; Detroit a a a Toat.3 II lOIL oon.a 3 1 13 Danta.2 til 2 Friday, 3 4 o s s n n 40 31 10 3 0 at. wart If 4 1 R 01 Kali . 1 ER'naoal S3 SOWarUr Mekt.cf 4 3 3 0 Bvera.lf Ortla.r Evana.a Comba.a 4 1 3 OlOroth.ef 4 0 si 30 15 Olmberg e 10 0 1 A.R'b'aon.a 2 1 3 1 Marrero.a 3 0 00 Krynoafcl.1 30 to Oray.p 10 0 0 Calvert. p 10 1 1 eHutchlaaon 10 0 0 Totala 3 10 27 S Trout, 0 0 0 0 Totala Hlltll Weahlngtoa 003 130 000 Detroit 000 000 300 2 Summary E. Werti. Combi, Kry-hoiki: RBI, Toil 2. Dante, Mala 3, a. Roblaaon 2: 2B, Stewart, Male; HR, Toat. Male, A. Roblnaon, DP, Dante te Comba to C. Roblnaon; Kail ta Friday la Kryhoikl: left, Waahlngtoa S, Detroit 3. BB, Marram 3. Oray 4, Trout 1; 10, Marrara 4, Calvert 4; HO. Cray I la 4 innlngi, Calvert 1 In 4, Trout 1 In li winner, Marrara (3-0); loaer. Oray (3-2). 3:0Ui. STSSfe ,Wnr' '0" ,'r T Browns Sail, 11-6, A's Rebound, 8-S ST. LOUIS, MO. (V-Wally Moses slammed a bases-loaded home run In the ninth to give tha Philadelphia Athletics an 8-3 truimph in the aecond game of a doubleheader after tha St. Louis Browns walloped th A', 11-6, W tha opener Sunday. , Earner Vale had tied up tha nightcap with a homer to start the ninth. FIRST OAME. j""'?'.'' - :&J?I abk aa 4 0 0 1 4 2 3 0 5 2 20 30 40 40 40 4 2 14 4111 21 120 Uflr.A.kw t .n.v.iA - 0 3 Lollar.c 5 2 5 OlBievara.e i.enner,ci Faln.l Valor 4 0 S 0iUnhardt.lt 4 13 0 Thnma ai.3 Sudar 3 4 1 13IFnand,3 cuarra.e Kellner, e u a u Artl.l 3 1 OOlFannln.t 1 n A AI Minion 00 0 1 a mam 0 0 0 MBA ?? B00oOy"'Bin.31 00 . , Tota 33 S 37 T Totala 3 13 34 71 aatrtick out for Kellner in aevenllt bHintled tor Wvaa in ninth. cWalkad for Fannin la third. Sror. hv Innln... PhlladflD.ua 102 Oil 001 St. Loull 00.1 01 3 02x 11 Summary -E. none: RRt Jnoai nil. linger 4, DaMara. Loliar 4. Lanhtrdt. ' Thomaa 3. Sjder. Overmire, Eleven; 2B, Thomae. Kellner. Dllllnger. Kokoa: 3B. friend, Arft; HR. Jooat, DlUlnger, Suder. Lollar; 8A. Overmlra; left, Philadelphia 7, Bt. Louie s. BB. Keilner . Fannin 1, Wyia 11 SO. Kellner 3, Overmire 1, Wyee 1: HO, Kellner S In S Innlnga. Wyaa 3 tn 2, Fannin 3 In 3. Overmire In S; HBP, Kellner (Sieven); winner, Overmlra till: loear. Kellner (2-3). U Paparella, Rommel and Hubbard, T, 2:11. ECOWD fling. Phlla. aa b a a St. Laal, . Laala ah k a a Jooat. a 4 1 13 DeVUre a nn ncoeay.n uo UUKOKOI.lt Moaae ir 4 13 0 Thomaa. 3 Dllllnger 3 4 0 1 3 Slevere.rf 5 3 SOiColeman.f 4 1 ijIMoeeo 4 2 SO Arft t 5 3 21 Upton. 2 10 2 1 Friend. 3 3 0 3 3'Lanhardt.l JO 0 OlOatrowakl.s 0 OO Ferrtck.B Vina n 4 0 SO 40 20 inner.er. 8udar.3 Valo.r Fain. I Tipton a Hooper.a a Hitchcock Brlaala.p 0 2 0 2 SO 8 AO 9 3 2 )0 00 Totaia to aT lli I Totala 31 S 37 11 a Filed out far Hooper in smth. score oy innlnga: Philadelphia too 000 AOS Uhner. suder 3. rnend! unhanit, oi- , 1.1 v.,. ...... a . ar.t. irtiw.nl, t.iu, mvmr v. ,d, , .in, Lfhnar, 3B. Arft. Lennardt: HR. Valo, Moaea; SH. McCoakv. Tipton 2, Thomaa, Suder; left. Philadelphia S St. Louli 4. BB. Hooper 2. OatrawakJ 2. Frmck.le Fine 1; SO. Hooper 2. Oltrowikl 3. Brliala 1; HO. Hooper 5 In S Innlnga. Brtaale 0 In 1. Oatrowakl 7 la S. Far- rtrk 1 In 1-3. Fine 2 In 2-3: winner.. Hooper (3-1): loaer. oatrowakl (J ii. U. Paparella. Hubbard and RommeL T. 3:01. A. 7.431 (paid). Iowa Wrestlers Will Tour Japan. (Tha Resittaf a lava Nawi Barviat.) MOUNT VERNON, IA. Two nationally known wrestlers from tha Cornell wrestling aquad her will tour Japan thia lummer aa members of a five-man Ameri can team. They ar Richard Hauser, who will wrestle at 13S.S pound and Lowell Lange, whoae weight will be 145.5 pounds. Both ara from Waterloo. Announcement of personnel for the international team ha Just been made by Hugo Otopalik of Iowa State, chairman of wrestling of the National Amateur Athletic Union, in a letter to Paul K. Scott, Cornell coach. Besidea Hauser and Lang, members of the team will be: 114.5, Arnold Plaza, Purdue, where a Cornell alumnus, Clauda Reeck, is coach; 125.5, Frank Altman of Iowa Teacher, and , 180.5, William Smith of Iowa Teacher, Tha wrestlers will leave Loi Angele June 23 on the 8. S. President Wilson and will leave Japan on th return trip about Aug. 20. Elmer Dunn Tops At Pioneer Gun Club Elmer Dunn had tha top scora in the Class AA skeet shoot at Pioneer Gun club Sunday hitting 49 of 50 birds. CLASS A A. f.lmr Dunn ...4tftf$A . . .4 of SO ...44 0(50 ...44 Of 30 . . 44 of ISO ...44 of SO .. 44 f 30 ...43 of SO .. 43 of SO .. .42 of 50 ...41 of SO Lee Cleveland Mevel Rich tin , CLAM A. Carl Zimmerman Raroia oegner B Quuett anoi CLASS a. K?e. sornimi a. R. ooodman CLASS C. Rlref' Dave Caatnrr uenan CLASS D. ft g'-::-:':::'-::-::::,! JIB 14 TAn TR4 Laalg .Salbert T4ef?S Lea Renoud S4af7$ Chat Blaaer 414130 Favor Golfer Hogan In $15,000 Colonial FORT WORTH, TEX. (JPV-Ben Hogan wlU be favored to win tha first-plac $3,000 prize for tha $13,000 Colonial Invitation Coif tourney which get under way here next weak end. Eighteen of 25 leading money winners and Charlea Co of Ok lahoma City, tha national amateur king, wilt begin tasting tha par 70 Colonial Country club eoura hra tod. String; Kinder Wins4-Hitte , CHICAGO, ILL. CP) The Chicago White Sox snapped a seven-game losing streak Sunday by winning the second game of double header, 4-3, from the Boston Red Sox after losing the opener, 7-0. , Ellis Kinder h.eld the White Sox to four hits in the opener for his eleventh straight victory over Chicago. Then Billy Pierce stopped Boston on seven hits la . the nightcap. It was the second White Box victory In their past 1.1 game. The White Sox's Lefty Bill Wight pitched the distance In the first came but walked seven and ,. . . . . . pucnea nome run cans 10 Dig Walt Dropo and Birdie Tebbetts, Little Herb Adams collected two of the four hits off Kinder, who has not lost a game to the White Sox since June 24, 1948. In the second game, the White Sox overcame Boston leads of 1-0 and 3-2. In the seventh, Dave Philley walked, then rode to second on Cass Michaels' sacrifice. Hank Majeskl doubled to core Philley, and then scored the winning run on Gordon Goldsberry's third hit a triple, off Joe Dobsoa. When Boston threatened In the ninth after Johnny Pesky walked, Fierce pitched past Ted Williams, Vern Stephens and Dropo in order lij 1:11111:11 111a artuiiu vitiuiy against three losses. KIUMT (1AME. Roe ton ah h a a Chlrago all II 4 2 4 1 3 0 14 4 0 2 0 DlMaKglo.et 4 0 4 0 Aflame, cf Peeky.3 3 1 2 3 f ox 1 Wllliame.lf 5 1 1 0 Phlllev r Rtephene.a Dropo, 1 ZarlTla r Doerr.2 Tebhetta.4 Kinder, p 3 14 3!Majeikl 1 3 1 10 O'Ontrowikl.lf 3 0 2 1 4 0 13 3 0 1 4'?arraeSJiel. 4 2 4 O noldeberry.l 3 1 13 0 4 1 0 0 Wight. p JO II 1 Tntala 31 7 27 10 Score by Innlnga: Roeton Chlcaao Totala 32 4 27 13 . .032 000 1107 000 0000 oon Summary. E, Stephana: RBI, Tebbetta i. Klnd-r, Dropo 5: 2B. Adama; HR, Dropo, Tebbetta: SH, Zartlla, DP. Car-ra equal to Oo!dabarryi left, Bolton 5. Chicago T. T)B, Kinder 2, Wight T; SO, Kinder 4. Wight 3: PB, Tebbetta: winner, Kinder (3 4); Inier, W.lht 12-4) U. Hurlrv, M-Oowan. Honoenlek and Mckinley. T, 2:01 SECOND OAME. abk aaChleaaa aba as "iMaa'o.cf Peak v. 3 Willliime.ir Hlenhena.a Droop. 1 r.aHlia.r Doarr.2 Roear.r Dnbaon.p bTebbel'a AO a o'Afiania.rf 5 2 1 0 4 9 7 1' Phlllev. r 3 0 2 2 0 2 4 2 1 3 1 I 0 Mlrha-le.2 an 13' 1 M.leekl.,1 3 0 9 01 hernial. ir 3 1 2 O'Ooldeh'ry.l 4 2 5 3lMalone,a 4 0 1 OlaRueby 4. A1IU..I. 4 0 S 1 4 3 9 2 2 1 4 1 60 00 0 0 0 0 Carraea'al.g 3 1 1 3 0 0 0 Ol Pierce, n 4 1 HH rRirlrgrr Maat'aon a AO n T. , J Totali 32 10 2T 11 Totala 33 7 23 131 aRan for Malona In alulh hWalked for Dohaon In elKhth. rRan tor Tehbem la eighth. Scora by Innlnga; Roeton . . 100 002 000 3 Chicago 001 100 2014 Summary E. Adama: RBI. Zarllla, Phlllev. Pierce. Ro.ar, DIMagaio, Majeekl, noldeherry; 2R. Maiaikl: .IB. Adama, Wllllama. Ooldeberry: SR. Paakv. Wll-llama: HH. Dobaon, Mlrhaela; DP, Sta-tihena to Doerr to Dropo 2: Zernlal to Mlrhaela: I.efl. Roeton 11, rhlcagn 8 BB, Dobeon 4. Pierce 7: SO, Iioheon 1, Plerra 7: HO. Dobaon 10 In T tnntnga. Maeterenn 0 In 1: Winner, Plarra 12-3): Ixiaer. Doheoo 1 4-3). II. Mrrjowan, Honnrhlck. McKlnlef and Hurley. T. 2 21. A. 27.SS2. BRUINS- CondnufrJ from Pag Eleven. ambushed off first and caught In a rundown, Lotz, who had missed on a hit-and-run attempt a couple of pitches before, then whipped the first of, his three singles! past short. Brink Hits Lotx. Leon Brlnkopf also got a hit-but. Lots got hit. Ted couldn't leap over Brink's bounder between first and second. Lotz was automatically out when tha batted ball struck him on tha leg and Brlnkopf credited with a single. Ray Cash, who had (rained three years with tha Bruins, appeared in Western league compe tition for the first time. Ray. down from Los Angeles, walked twice, fanned once and grounded to short. Rsy. reaching ball four after Paul Srhramka'a single In the fifth. WIS rlniihlarl r.ft l..t Baker' vicious liner which pitcher Turley Inatinctively stabbed. One foot away, in any direction and Gene drive would hav been a hit Kozlik had a rude awakening aa ha rounded third on Brinkopf't solid liner to center in the lxth. Benny .was tearing home from second when Root, coaching at third, flagged htm down and delivered the sad news that center fielder Bob Balcena had made a knee-high catch. By the time Benny got stopped, he'd been doubled off aecond. Lotz wss on first at the time nter. Then came Padgett'a tow !in homer In the same direc- In:1"'" Van !yke, still recovering from a brain concussion suffered Apr. 22, tired visibly In the fourth, so Root put in Clsyton Johnson to bst for him with Schramka on second and Cash on first In the fifth Inning, Clayton' bunt was a pop-up to the first baseman. Joa Schults, Wichita skipper, must have a Jinx on Root. Joe's first National leagua gam, aa Pittsburgh's catcher In 1939, pitted him sgainst Charlie. Schultz rapped him for two doubles. Now he holda a 5-2 edge over Root in their managerial duel. inrrr nn an rnirrgenry ran I . ,k. Uli.kii. . e j W "V . .Vlll f.VBWWVA BUIIUaj night A woman phoned fran tically. Said her husband had driven to the ball game, not knowing that their baby till wai In tha back aaat of tin ear. 0 3i 1 i junior tournament at Mason City. It won't happen again, promises Chance. Key men In Adel's Junior lineup this summer will be shortstop Warren Wallace and pitcher Jerry Shinn, stars of the current Adel prep club which faces East Des Moines in a sub-state tonight at Adel, weather permitting. Shinn, Wallace and Warren's brother, Delmer, a catcher, along with Dick Mulllns, Ken Ebner. Ken Baldon and Dick Grove are all eligible for Legion ball again this summer, Jerry Torgerson, son of Adel High Coach Marsh Torgerson, and a nifty third sacker, will be a newcomer. Only Bob Poffen-berger and Dean MacTee graduated last season. This outfit l a pretty poU-nt one at the plate. In a recent game against Dallas Center, Adel nearly batted around three times In the first Inning With Warren Wallace slamming a homer, a single and getting a walk. - Shinn, who bats cleanup on the flub in addition to his pitching. Is currently hitting AM. Thst's ac cording to the scoring records of Scott Snyder, the veteran arnarrilsn of the SCOrebook and . . . . ssee of Dallas couniy won can , -t-rloa ahnnt tell YOU more Stones anotll nanu l-t kali In Inwa than any Other historian. BETTER . . . Iowa preps this week had better get up a full head of steam if they wish to compare favorably with athletes In Illinois. While it Is true that Inclement weather has slowed us down, It annarentlv hasn't bothered our Illinois COUSinS. Here's a rundown e it... f tha Tlllnois' nerform- art a niaatw wa. ar ancea: 100-yard dash 9 5 econda; a .a. . a . iiA awJe4 220-yara aasn. :i.a. run. :50.7; 8u-yara n. . mile run, 4:27; 120-yard high I hurdlea. :14.5; 200-yard low hur- j,.. .nil. w.l tnmn 9? fet 1 aira, .., ii j",-. --, 7', inches; high Jump feet 2S inches; poie vatiii, it " H i inches: discus. 16 feet 11 V. hot! put. 5 feet 8 inches; 880-yard relay, 1:30. Iowa prep performers have, shown the greatest progress In the 230-yard dash, the 200-yard low hurdles, shot, discus and two-mile relay. Recs-ia Atkins of F.ast Des Moines and Frank Robinson of ilUUll j-i.. in-"". .--" """- I the,'. , -ooi ooo 2003 Western league series at home. Tha Athletics won the opener, Tha Western league single-day attendance record of 18.57S was iget at Dwlv.r ,Mt s t Moose Womack had a big night at the plat for tha ' Bears, hitting four for five, Including two homers, which drove home five runs In tha nightcap. Bob Hamilton drove in two runs for tha A's in the first, but the Bears went ahead to stay with three in the fourth. Womack hit one of his homers in the seventh when Denver scored six. Frank Stewart settled down after a shaky start to chalk up his third straight victory against one In.. . Mnrotii ah a a a Denver IStewart.e 3 1 0 1 Kuczrk a ab h a a 30 13 4 1 15 20 00 3 1 00 2 1 80 32 02 30 30 3 1 7 0 20 0 1 Hoenm.cr 4 1 3 0 Hulden 2 'r:r. . .10 in: Keller t inamllton.l 4 2 10 r Tanner. r "'". u 3? 20lWomaok.l Nlatiowlci,3 3 I !'"' 2 1 1, 1 eneecni.ct 1 ! Ueirriia Keiln 2 0 0 0 Taylor D -r -t laDeCarlo Totala 37 7 21 7 bWllllama.p 00 00 10 0 0 I'Cr'o filed for1 TI?!5rIB Satta." " Score by Innlnga: kl"c;'n 400 ooo 04 2. ;. 10 oo" o3 RBI. , r., Buicany. Taylor. Rnehm: .... I.!-.. :: ..wm. .run namiuon a Nledowira. Womack, muic.iir i ZM. Tanner. K.M'.rria. -11 h!!?-!0".. , 'x,?"ii Kucaek to V . .. a. Hamilton to Moa- ll0;lin; Wncoln S. Denver 5. BB. Kellner 4. Taylor 3: SO. Kellner 2. Taylor 5. B. Wllllama 1: HO. Tavior 7 i. ninnlnaa Wllllama 0 In 1: balk. Taylnr V, Ooatach-l ind Peleriondaa. T. 1 41 l.meAhe ab h a a' Denver R stewart.i 5 0 0 4 Kucrek a Boehm.cf 4 0 2 0 Holdrn 2 Klrk.r 4 3 OOiKeller.lf Hamlllon.l 9 1 12 Oi Tanner.r Reta.lf 3 2 lOiWomackl M kovlch.3 4 2 3 5 Mulcahv,3 N'dowlci 3 4 0 1 O Trdeachl.cf Schanta.e 3 1 SirieCarlna ah k a a 5 2 3 2 91 11 6 1 10 5 4 20 .14 111 A 2 (II 4 1 3 0 4 2 4 0 Car.v.p 10 01 r Sfw'rt.p 4 2 13 Gardner' 1 0 0 01 Totala 42 30 37 13 Malloy.a 0 0 OOi Totala 3SS 24 li' afJrounded out for MarParlen In eighth. Scora by Innlnga: I-lncoln 200 000 220 S Danver 010 301 AOz 11 nummary- e. Womack. Kuctak. Mul-rahy; RBI. Womack 5. Bolden 3. Vul. cahy. Da Carlo. Keller. Hamilton 2. Moa-knTlch. Schjnta Betr; 2B. Womack. Volkovich. neCerlo: IB. Tanner 2. Kirk. Hnlrten. Betr.; HR Womack 2: SH. F Stewart: DP, F. Stewart tn Kurnk tn Mulcahr to Kucrek to Rolden. B Ste. wart to Mnekovich ta Hamilton: left. Lincoln 7. Denver 12. BR Oar 1. MFaden 1 Mulloy 1. F Stawyrt 4: SO. Carey 1. MacFaden 3. Mullov 1. F Stewart 4: HO. Carey in 3 innita (none out In fourth). Mae-Faden 11 In 4: HBP. MacFaden (Tade-eehil; haik. F. Stewart: loear. Carev. a lU ,.I'",UI" nd Ooauehal. T. 2:31 4 13.3r13a Pueblo Wins, 4-3, Then Soon Roll, 11-3 PUEBLO, COLO. (JPt Sioux City and Pueblo split a double-header Sunday night, tha Dodgers taking the seven-inning opener 5-4, and the Soos the nightcap. 11-3. Bill Taylor, who homered in the 'opener, batted in three runs with 1 hia four Ml. In h. i.hl.. a. i I'ad the Son' 12-hit onslaught against five Dodger pitchers. Ray Kstts three-for-five performance at tha plate waa good for four runs. FIRST OAMF.. laxi City akk aa Paetilo aak as fameoff.2 .11 3 4 Hanter 3 3 3 3 2 Favltckef 4 1 OOWalllal 3 1 5 0 McAr'ur r 3 1 1 1 Sherman If 3 2 0 0 Tavlar.lf 2 3 2 0 Wakefield r 3 0 10 Kalt.r 3ft 5 0 Poatolaae.tf 30 30 Maul 1 3 0 SO TIckay.e 3 0 7 0 nardner.3 3 1 0 3 Rarner e .113 3 Spencer a 10 0 1 Heckel 3 3 3 0 3 Ow-na.p 21 0 1 Stupur.p 3 1 0 1 Bell n OA 0 ICarhonara a 1ft 0 1 a Romeo 0 0 0 Oi . Waleh p OA A Oi Totala 333110 Totala 24 7 ISlO aWalked for B-ll la eillh. Score hr Innlngi: Sioui City 011 011 0 4 Puehln 101 300 s 5 nummary B. McArthur: RBI. Sam-corf 2. Taylor. Hunter. Watlta Sharman, Sli'pur 2; 2R. Samcoff. McArthur. Hunter. 3R, Wailie. Sherman. Gardner, stu- Stir; tin, Tevlor; . BB. Harnee. Heckel : H Kail' IIP Heckel tn Hunter to W.llle. Slunur ta Barnea to Wallla. Hun ler lo Rumea to Wallla; Ml, SIOUI City in. ruenio a. BH. stunur s. raroonara 2, nwena s: SO, Stunur 1 Carhnnara 3. Owen ne ,i. Bell 1: HO. Stunur S in ft Inmnea: Waleh Ami: ("arhonera 1 In 2: Owena S in 3 3 3. Rell 1 In 1S: WP. raroonara; PB Tlckev 3: winner, Stunur 13-3); loear, Owen i 2-1 1. V, Van Keuren. We'll T 2:03. KOKn OAMF.. Slant City ah h a a Taenia aa k a a Samioff 2 2 1 0 .1 Hunter I 4 3 3 ai.udwlg 3 10 2 1Maaar 2 10 10 r.v.lrkc! 4 0 OWallll.l 3 1 S3 McArthur.r 4 3 3 0 Sharman If 5 0 10 13 5 I 4 A Taylor.lt 0 Poat'leee.ef li an 30 40 4 140 S 11 Katt.e Maul 1 Cardner 1 Spencer a Adair p aavara a S3 SO Teed.ef 3 0 SO'Stathoar 4 1 llBameie 4 0 3 3 Heckel. 3 2 1 OOZavitkap 10 OlibWakaflald 0 01 11 o? U U 10 AO 60 00 IRanollai.s xoiaia ar u si a panton.p eorii.p dicker May. Totala sssrrn aRin fnr Samcoff In aluth. hriied out for Kavltka In fourth cPoppad out for Forft la eighth. Scora hr Innlnga: Sloiik Cltr ' 3"1 0!A 34011 PurMft ... .000 102 000 3 summary k, narnea. Heckel, rnrrt; RR1, Tavlnp 3. Katt 4. Gardner 2, Maa. ear Hunter Willia Wakaflald IR Kelt 2 Hunter. Wgllla. Poitolaae: 3B. Barnea; PR Poetoleae. Tred: SH. Adair. Pevllrk: TP Heckel I (.Hunter ta Wallla. Hunter to Barnea ta weiin. lau, sioug city 12, ru. ivo i, i RB. Zavttka 1. Renollet 1 Bantrm 4 Porn 3 Adair 4: SO ravttka 1 Forft 1 Adair Severe 2 HO. Adatrtn3 3'3 innlnga Banton 2 in 2 sayera 1 la 3 1 1 Forft 3 in 1 33. TSavltka 3 In 4 Hi 3 la 1 Renallet J in 13 ; HBP. Bam Samcoff I : PR. Teed: winner. Adair - y Tommy Yaross of Pittsburgh are iijsome of the top fighters listed stay in the van all the way in I the nightcap, The Plratea' Ralph Kiner wal-loped his eighth homer of the year in tha first game and got three hita in the second game, one of them a 473-foot triple. The triple was one o( the longest drives ever made to direct center tn the Polo Grounds, clearing the head of center fielder Bobby Thomson of tha Gisnts and falling on tha cinders past the grass. riBJtT OAME. f.'JJrX'!!?.."? ? Sis"?? j.ff.u.r jo 0 oiia.k.e..ii 7 ?' I 1? i , ii ?nl P. mandaa.S 3 f 3 21Tbomaon.cf 4 0 5 0 vieaiiaae.ai 4 OiThnmoeon 1 4 0 2 0 roo(,n,i I 11 1 Weetnim.a 4 0 4 0 ' ' 0 5 4l(lilbert,l Uln.r j. Ollllarka 3 2 10 4 1 00 21 02 0 0 0 1 aHopp i6 OOUanaenp hHchena At I O.Hanaen.p Mrt'uirgn.e pi id Cheenee.p 4 t 14 Totala II T 27 s Tntala 3S 7 27 151 aKafe on error for It Mueller la ninth. bRan for Mopp in kima. Si-ore by Innlnga Plttaburth New York . ummiry ...001 001 0024 001 010 000 2 Thompeoa, Thorn eon, tanky: RBT. Chaenea Kiner. uoraman. Thomann, Hnop: 2B. It Mueller, Janaeo. Weellake; HR. Kiner; SH. Slanky. Jn- aen: DP. Janeen to lanky to nilban, Caatlgliont to Munaugn in .oogan, ia, Flttiburtn 7. naw.iora o . BB. Chaanaa 2. Janaen a. ma. .""o" ). Hanaa'a 0 in 4; winner. Chaanaa iJ:? 'L f-HUn f1.i if. bora. Atawart and Conlta. T. 2 IS. SECOND OAME. I NBhurah abk aalNew Vnrll ak h II1 SM1, 1l,il&"b'' SS l SIrif irdoa"""'' . 1? 12 ;n4 J4 S0R3"" SA H a.(r,n,rt oo o o Thompaon.3 J JJ at S oc.id'on... 5 ft Murtaugh.2 S .1 5 3 Ollbert l 3 113 3 uroui,h.a 3 0 3 0 Jonee p on 00 jip 1 i o v., 0 0 0 0 O 0 1 0 r Mueiiara li i o ai ft'!" 2J JJiJl MaOutr 10 00 If n l n o di bLohiii a aV no oei ' " " "11 J mirp rum HtPt una. Tot all 3fl 14 ST LliKnaln p lJortnin . u . . 1 T"u, M3aT bnmried for Hitoe in fourth eWalkei f.ir Kramer In elxtS dnmiied fnr McTuiimigi, in aavemh. eitan (or Hopp in eevenih. IKirnllrM I... RlkeM In elahlh (Fouled out for Koala is ninth. core by Innlnge : JJ"" . ...m 1111 I imi i. oio iu4 nnt a Summery K. rernandei Loi-kman. .ftark- RRt W.n.e 1 Rirk.rf ('..II. um ..aioer-.n-; .m. Miner, i.ira, iraatigllnna, Strickland: DP. Caetlgllone to Murtaugn 10 nogan, rnogan (un- enletrdl, Koelo to Slanky. Koalo to Cal- otron, , ciiihen. remandei to Coogan: yoBM V ha-J.-4 Vn.non'; !oul In aacond), Magna 2 In a,, Haneen I u in "a. otine ,1 ih n.nuni in ,. Hleh. (none out In aaventh). Koeln 0 In 3, Kramer 3 In 2, Chamhere S In S (none nut In aiTihl, Main 3 In . Lnmhardl 1 In i. Werla 3 In 3: winner, Chambara (5 2); loer, Jonee (3 4) U. St-wart. Conlan and flora. T. 3.53-A, 34.(73 Ackley Shooter C1n; r Win rtOY v " " ' Chsrle E. Roth of Ackley won the Iowa State Rifle associstion Clsss C tournament at Camp Dodge Sunday with a high aggre - gaie total or i.ddo. tm match with 799 score. Other aggregate totala: Bill Hnnklne (Cedar Rapldil Richard Rene I R k liland. Ill) nirnarn ner-v inrai Ran Heck i Waterloo) , .1.033 M . .1.S27 ..ID? . .1.374 Kot Rod Racing Off At Kessell: Rain Rain caused postponement of : Sunday's scheduled Hawkeye Hot 0Q KRCing ISSOCISIIOn progrsm at Kessell Speedway here. The next auto racing card at n 0(1 0 0 oo on, io I , .155 043 . ' JicAiieter.g i 3 7rirmmai 3 43 so'TACH 1.4 Second! Off tha Opening :23.4ilone. r:ooan.Calderone. Lohrka Stankv .r a ..inner' -1' '-ockman. Thomeon, Hoop: 2B Mur- for action this week. Saddler, New York Negro who 1. , i.. j my R'1 'o"g awaited rubber match with Willie Pen the 12(1. lliail ll elUl TV HUB I rp, ins JO pound King, faces Miguel Arevedo 1- . " . . w v.i,.na in is .u-ivuiiuci a. aniii- neapolia Thursday night. Gavilan, welterweight contend er, opposes clouting Georgie o1l - . ,1 j Ji-,.,-iu omall, a fast rising middleweight. in the main 10-rounder at Madi son Square Garden Friday night. This is the radio and television 1 network .bow of the week. King, the British Empire lightweight champion, shows In his homs of Toronto sgainst Massimo Ssnna of Italy tonight. Yarosz, Pittsburgh light-heavyweight contender, mixes with Rsy Barnes of Detroit In a 10 in the Motor city Wednesday night. a e a oay roughkeepste American league In hitting. though ha waa not tha official batting champion for ha failed to participate In enough gamea to qualify for that honor. In spite of what Mack told me, Brucker was relegated to the role of player-coach the very next year and waa seldom in the game as a catcher. I asked Brucker the other day how this came about. "Well, tha Athletics weren't going anywhere particular at that time," ha aaid, "and Mr. Mack 'knew it. "He also knew how old I was and that by tha time ha had another team put together capable of making a move toward tha pennant I'd be too old to catch for it "So ha preferred to break In some of the younger fellows In n effort to find one who'd be ready when the rest of his club was pennant ripe." TRICK PLAYS Tavlor. the Browns' i . , LJ ""'r, waa Billing ui ine dugout watching the Ath- ,ticl Uk thelr pre-gam prac- tice. It was apparent that he had something on his mind and that it wasn't anything pleasant. "Those Athletics," hs said scornfully. "They hava a lot of trick plays. Last year when wa went into Philly for a aeriea I called a meeting, explained about the trick plays, warned my players Just how they worked and to be on the watch for them. "But In aplte of thl precaution Whitey Piatt got caught off third basa twice. One of those lapse eost us tha hall game, too." And Taylor kicked the aeat In back of him in disgust a h recalled the Incident. Zaharias Winst Suszs Second WHITE PLAINS. N. Y. KY Babe Didrikson Zaharias. cardinal Sunday won tha $5,000 first prize in th Weathervane Women'i cross country open golf championship, edging out Louisa Suggs by three strokes. Mia Suggs matched tha Babe's two-under-par 78 Sunday, and her two-day total of 13S waa food for the $750 flrat prize for the 36-hoie competition over tha Knoll-wood Country club eoune her. Mr. Zaharias also won $450 by finishing second tn th M-hol Knollwood competition, bringing her total winnings for th tour which atartad at Pebble Beach. Cel., Apr. 2t to $7,450. She waa low acerer for tha M hole at pebbl Beach and at Clvland and aacond low at Pralrla View, SL prriliriIIBIH.-I -.- - pj'iuii- , tu-- ir..e , Ray Kaiser, another nasi per- former, has clipped 1.8 off the first :Z4.1 ciocwng r the lOW barrier. Bob Oahn of Burlington has added more than a foot to his winning shot put performances and Marlow Eckhoff of Rockwell City has beaten the opening discus mark by nearly 10 feet. Franklin High' collection of hRlf-mtlers from Cedar Rapids have Improved the original two-mile relay clocking by 12.5 ec- nnrla. But, ss we stated previous, our tnivi no.ni halter hnmrt some j is Dm-,AtJtn he acored a moment later on Oil I nave negailQ .Dusty Rhodes double to rlght- POUGHKEEP81E, N. Y. (JD - j The Intercollegiate Rowing As - aer ation Resatta ran atav Marietta. Ohio, as far aa this city g concerned. An official said that Pough- S'-ii.:.' . - I ' nutenoar.II t VanH'il.ef 2 0 1 I'H.crav r 4 1 3 in 2 li io Adllck.d 4 0 5 0 luelke.cf 4 9 2 0 u.ri.ll. a r ray. it Herclnger.r 4 1 3 0Kaalln 2 Rauarh.3t 4 3 10 Baumer.g Rupart.p 4 0 lO Brlggip aRhvne Total! 3S 37 lMonuaon 1 AO o 0 00 I Tmaui 32 27 a Fouled out for Brlgga la eighth. Scora by Innlngi: Omaha 010 002 0014 Colorado Springe 010 000 0033 Summary Z. Orammaa. Kaetln 4: RBI. Kaelin 2. Hareinger. Rauach. Me-Alllter: Juelka; 2B Rauach 3. Creger. Ruteabar: 3B, Fray; SB, Jurlke. Oram-maa. SH, Martaua; DP. Kaelin lun-aieliled). Creger to McAllatar ta Zarnia. Kaelin la Raumer. Fetraill to Kaelin, MrAHatcr In Crrgar to Zarnia; left, Omaha S. Colorado Spring! 5. nn. nrigga a. nupert 3; BO. Bngga a. 7 In S Innlngi. Johneon 2 in 1; WP. Bngga; winner, Runert. Loaer, Johneon. C, Phllllpa. Alvarea. Slomer. T, 3.00. aFCOND OAMF. Omaha aa k a a, Cat. hpge. Creger 3 3 1 4 I Kaelin 2 MrAlieter.g 3 1 2 3Oramm,a3 Zarnia 1 3 1 4 II Rulenbar.lf V'Heult.ef 3 1 2 0e.revr ahk aal 43 10 o o 30 l . in i u.'.L i. S Frey lf 10 1 0 Rhyne cf ; ? 'ZZ. .,V J X t o Martrlla.t 20 2 o retrain. I 1 0 10 Rauach. 3 3 0 1 1 Baumer.g 2 0 2 3 Clear 3ft llDhandnrp la oo i ' Reealev.p ?oiaia aj a gi a aJeuiae 10 A A johnaon. s 0 0 0 0 Tnlala 2S2111 a Filed out far Beeiley la antk. Scora by Innlnga; Omaha 000 003 03 Colo Sprlngi , 001 010 03 Summary c. I.andu; RBI, Rutenhar, Rhvne, Creger. 7mia, Ven Hauit: 3B. Rtirne: SB. Kaelin; SH. Manilla. Baumar: PP. naumer io Petraiil. Martaila la Kaelin; left, Omaha 3. Colorado Springe 10 BB. Shandor 3, Clear S; SO, Clear S. Shandor 1: HO. Shandor 3 In 3t In-ninie, Beealav 1 In V Johnaon 0 In 1, HBP, Shandor (Fray), Claar I Martaila). loaer, Shandor. V. Alvaraa. taraar ana Phllllpa. T, 1:34. A. 3.041. Kramer, Gonzales End Their Pro Tour DAYTON. OHIO UP Jack Kramer and Richard (Pancho) Gonzales wound up their professional tenni tour here Sunday just as they started with Kra mer winning. Tha acorea this Urn: e-2. 84, -. That gsv Kramer a 4-29 adga on hit cross-country Jaunt with tha 1J U.S. AmaUur kiaf. 1 Oi 1 around Clyde Williams field at! John Mosckksu and Leo Schulz Ames Saturday If we are to get '"' Waterloo won the two-man a lnok-ln with our Illinois cous - Ins. . . IE 111 V U.. - jkerpsie probably never would ask the IR.A. to bring the "Pough-j jjj.keepsie" Regatta back to Pough-!i keepsie ainre it has been trans-ilp.'i ferred to Marietta, thia year. , U,tVV aJCC UUv(IUIU(l jam,, T inner l Dea Molaea) .... John Jerkea (Ackley) Win Spencer iace:7.:-.How.;,oo,0,M. Ray Baker (Oikalooaa) .... SPENCER, IA. Herschelt Bu-hui (o.kaiooa.) .... . . . , , M Clark iririniee) chanan of Shreveport, La., driving Henry Ahhaa (Acuey) .... a 1948 Nash Ambassador, won the P Z,", !S!!i,,. . '. 201-mlle stock car rac here S.n- w- Andrew (Nevada) .. Buck White Grabs Golf Title With a 66 BATON ROUGE. LA. (.W Buck White won the Baton Rouge Open Golf tournament Sunday with a 'snsrklinsr 6-under-nar 8 on the fln.i ig hoi,. m.iiina his total 219. I ROLLR 617 AT W.I.B.C. .B.C.. A ' LuctUs I ST. PAUL. MINN. WV day before 13,000 fans. . Eddta Anderson, favor!'. tr:.-. Orinnell won first-lap monev ith Don White of Keokuk gefiiig second lap money. Ant'-.m was forced to drop out midway In the a-.. K.o.ii.a nf hlnum aa.U.ta . STYMIE Dro IN.' LEXINGTON, KY. UP) Hirsch : Kessell's track will be Wednesday Mitchell of St Louis, Mo., rolled Jacobs always took up tha board 'night when the midgets appear a 61T Sunday to take eighth place floor in Stymie's stall so the! again, stock ars rac Friday! In the Women's International gamed hois could dig his feet In j night with the hot roda latad Bowling Congraa tournament sin-ttva earth, . again Kundajr afUrnoon, jflat, 13-31: loear Zavlika (1-3). . laa, "

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