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14 DES MOINES REGISTER TnL RS., JUNE 17, 1948. Tigers Kludge Athletics in tilth 2-1 Yankees Use Reynolds to Beat Chisox CHICAGO, ILL. UP) Allie Reyn olds Wednesday went the route for the first time since May 11, pitching' the New York Yankees to a 3-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox. Reynolds held the last-j lace Sox to seven hits in gaining his acv enth victory of the season. The Yanks won the game in the first inning, scoring twice on George Stirnweiss single. Cliff Mape' double, a ground out and Joe DiMaggio's single. They added another run In the fourth when Stirnweiss singled, stole second and scored on pitcher . Glen Moulder's error. Reynolds blanked the Sox on three hits until the sixth. They cored their lone run on Tony Iipien' double and singles by Pat Seerey and Taft Wright. Tops in Distance, Looks to London X York IB. H. O. A. Chlrara AH. H. O. ?Mrn'a.2 5 2 2 6 Kolln'y.2 3 12 r Khlliey.cr 4 Ol.uplen.l 4 O H-rev.lf 4 (I'Knhiti'n.a 3 OWrliM.r 4 Miw r 4 Lin-i-li.lf 4 I' M o cf 4 T-irra.c 4 J hti'n .'l :i V'-WJ'n.l 4 .xzu!n s 4 Keynds.p 2 1 AppilHK.3 3 5 Vlrliael'.a 3 O M'tiii.irr.p 1 InW'llaru 1 l(;rovt l IbliodKlo 1 Ewulr' P . : , V: l v 1 ' - ' ' p 4 ' & ' K ' its I a o . J 1 (J ; Detroit Ties In 9th, Then Tips Brissie DETROIT, MICH. UP) Phila delphia's Lou Brissie lost a tough one Wednesday as the Detroit Ti gers ran their winning streak to six straight with a 2-1 victory over tha Athletics in 11 innings The 21-year-old Brissie had a one-hit 1-0 shutout through eight Innings but couldn't hold It. Dick Wakefield's double. Hoot Evers' sacrifice and Pat "Mullin's long fly tied it up in the ninth, The Tigers won with three straight hits in the eleventh by Evers, Mullin and Paul Campbell. Philadelphia's lone run came on Ferris Fain'a seventh-inning homer. The A'e got only five blows off Art Houtteman, young Detroit right-hander, who took his second straight triumph after eight straight defeats. vh. AB7TOrs7rrTri;ii Atctrcrx: JENSEN WINS IN 2ND ROUND To',S 3 7 27 1 2'Totii1 32 T 2T 1 2 K:nrdfor M.uMr In fifth tFftpid cut lor Crov4 In ninth. Kcorr by innings: Nw York 200 100 000 3 Ctiraco 000 001 000 1 6umrnrv Errors. Mnuldrr 2; ning t;id in. Llnt:i, UiMskkio, Wrlfcht; two-hnmm htm, Mnpft. L'irin; Mfnlt-n banc. K'imwf !; rtmiblt pinya. Ptiriiw1 to Kiuufo to UcUnltin. Klzzuto to Htlmwel to UcQutnn, Mlrl.ai-n to Knlloway to l.up fn. left on b. Ne York 8. Cbl-Caso K baara on halU. Moiil.tpr 3, ReynoMa 4. Orov 1; atrlkeouta. Unuldor 1, Rynold 3, Orove 2; hlt. MouJijer 5 in 5 innings, Grrve 2 in 4; losing pitcher. Moulder. l"mpira. MrGan. Hubbard and Papm-r':a. Time. 2:11. Attendance. 5.732. Classic Leaders Tangle Tonight TONIGHT'S GAMES. At KeiiH Field. (S. E. Fmirimith at. mod Hartford atr . 1:30 p. m. Moms . Ke!l. p. in. Boyt va. Country Club. Bob Case will attempt to stop Moose Lodge's league streak at six when Kessell plays the Classic Softball leaders at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the first of two Classic games at Kessell Field. Boyt, tied with V.F.W. Post 738 for second spot in the Classic with a 4-2 record, meets Country Club, winner of one of five loop tilts, in the 9 pm. game. Ralph Marturcllo will be Case's pitching opponent tonight, with both seeking Classic victory No, 2. Bob Burns, winner of two league games, will take the mound for Boyt tonight, opposed by Dick Anderson, who will try lor victory No. 2. The talk of (he track world, Ollle Mattton goes through a warmup for bin coming battle against other U. S. Olympic team hopefuls. The San Francisco prep's 47.1-second 440-yard dash time establishes him as one of America's top hopes In the 400-meter race at the London games. Set 3 More Bouts For Valley Show Three more bouts were, an nounced for the amateur boxing card at Valley stadium Friday night. ' Roderick Lumadoo, West Des Moines welterweight, will meet Phil Brown of Des Moines. Bob Wright of West Des Moines is slated to go against Charles Shearer of Boone, and Don Vest, Boone middleweight, will meet Max Bouer of Des Moines. ranca 2-53iite, 4-1 But Brooklyn Needs Furillo's Clout in Ninth to Extinguish Reds. Joc.nt.a 4 II 0 4 l.lpon.a 4 O K t-orn.r 4 2 5 0 l-nk.2 5 0 2 WIUta.lt 0 2 O Kell.3 ft O 2 Faln.l 4 19 0 WakTd.lf 5 17 MaVkt.3 5 0 0 4 Kvr.cf 4 2 2 o 7 O Mullln.r 3 12 0 4 liVloo.l 1 1 12 1 .1 o!cmll,l 1 1 0 1 0 1 Hwirt.e 2 o 4 nOullaw O O O Totala 37 530 10 Wauner.c 0 O O Chap'n.cf 4 iuar.n .1 Mndar,2 4 Brt.ale.p 4 Ho'man.p 4 0 0 Totala 34 B 33 13 No outa when wlnnlnic run acored. Intentionally paaatd (or Swift In ninth Bvora hy lnnlnna: Phila.l-lutila 000 000 100 001 Datrolt Ooo 000 (ml 01 2 nummary a,rror. Joint; runa liatttil In, Kaln, Miillln, Camlill; two-haae bin Suuer, tvn, Wahelield, Vlc; Imuia run Sain : aacnflca hlta. Swift. Vlco. Kvrrn double plav. Lake to Li pun to Vlco; leit on bases. Plillaiti'lnhla 7. Detroit 11. Baacs on Dana. Brisflla .1. Hnmteman 4: atrlxeoutfi, Brlanie 3. IlouiUnian 4 hit by piloher. Brissie Vlco). Umpire". Homniel. Boyrr and Pa rella. Time, 2:03. Attendance, 12,HH5. 4-IIit Eighth Helps Browns Nip Nats, 6-5 RRnnKT.VN "NT V (JP) f!arl Fiirillrt's sincrl with Luuib, Aiu. itr) A lour- ' hit AtpyitVi nnin y attanlr t tVi the bases full in the ninth inning gave the Brooklyn St. Louis Browns gave them a 6-Dodgers a 4-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds Wednesday 5 victory over the Washington ;. oenaiors weanesaay nigni. Kaipn ormca went me route eihth with doublps bv A1 KBrina for his seventh victory of the ,nd Paul rhnPr fPfltllrinP- th,. TT. J I xie nau a no-iuiier ior Browns' surre. innings Deiore, jonnny The Senators thrfatn in th. Wyrostek hammered a home run ninth but Al Widmar came in and set the Senators down after two ILLINI NINE OUT OF N.C.A.A. WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. (JP) North Carolina defeated Illinois 7-3, Wednesday night in the second round of the N.C.A.A. East ern Baseball tournament. The defeat eliminated Illinois, co champion of the Western conference. Vinnie Dilorenzo, Tar Heel southpaw, held the Illini to five hits. Di Lorenzo. North Carolina's curve-balling southpaw, restricted Illinois to one double and four singles. The Illini reached him for two singles in the last seven innings. season. with one on to tie the score at 3-3. Branca allowed two safeties. men reached base. Vahn Vot.3 4 Ko7.ar. 2 5 Coan.lf 5 Stew't.rf 2 aMi-Brlda 1 Woot'n.rt 1 Vernon, l 4 Gil'ter.cr 2 Karly.c 1 F.vanx 1 The Dodgers won in the ninth Jull''n against relief pitcher Kent Peter- ferar ph.'p o son. Branca walked to oDcn the cokrii o AB.H. O.A.St. Ia. AB. H. O. A Ahead 3-1 going Into the-eighth, Branca pitched a home run ball to Wyrostek after Ray Lamanno got on as Pee Wee Reese fumbled his grounder. Totals 33 9 24 6 Totala 34 11 27 12 aDoubied fur Stewart In eighth. bSinRled tor Scarborough in ninth. cKan for ennatman in nlntn. dSineled out for Dente in eighth. Score by innings: rStruck out for Partes in eighth. Independence Trot Races on Sunday INDEPENDENCE, ia. liar-cess races will be held at the Buchanan County TTair Grounds here Sunday, beginning at 8 p. m. The program will consist of six heats: a 2:24 pace, a 2:24 trot, a 2:18 trot, a 4 furlong, an 88 mile run, and two running races. MIXOU LEAGUES AMERICAN ASSOCIATIOX. W. L. Pet.! W. L. Pet. Ind'p'a 43 22 .662 Slin'p'ia 29 32 .475 MJlw'e 37 22 .627, K. City 25 35 .417 St. Paul 36 2 .5SV Toledo 26 39 .400 Col'bus 32 29 .525;L'sville 2144 .323 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS. At Milwaukee: R. H. E. Toledo OOl 000 000 1 8 1 Milwaukee OOO 410 20x 7 12 2 Baupnes Reid. Bickhaua (7). Os-trowakt 8) and Mancuao; Wright and Burn. At Minneapolis: R. H. E. St. Paul 0O0 210 000 3 12 1 Mlnneaiiolis . (102 04O 0()x 11 2 Batti rtra Faepke and Anderaon; Ayers and Wlieelrr. Onlv L'amfS arliednled. Indianapulia at Kansas City, will played at a later date. TODAY'S GAMES. Indianapolis at Kansas City, to plaed at later date. Louisville at Columbus. Minneapolis at St. Paul. Toledo at Milwaukee. THREE ! LEAGCE. W. L. Pet.! W. L Quinrv 2S14 .M71T. H'te 23 20 KvRv'e 2H1S .5H1 Kp'fcrid 23 21 l'anv'e 25 1H .5H1 Pav'p't 14 33 Wat'loo 25 19 .5Si Oecatur 1132 WmNKSDAY'S RF.SULTS. At Evanivillo (first tirnti: R. H. E. Terre Hauta OHO OOO 00 O 2 1 Evansvilie OOO 000 01 1 5 3 Batteries Teutsch and Brookey; Wit-r.her and Wilhrock. K. 11. inning, but was forced by Marv Rackley on a bunt. Pee Wee Reese then singled to send Rack- ley to third and Jackie Robinson! walkprl fillinp- th hacpo I w-, 11,ll.tfln nm nnn non Furillo singled over Peterson's st. Louis . . . . .200 001 03x 6 1 , . , , 1 Bummsrv r-rrurs. xiuzar. nuinvaii. iieau 10 sture rs.ai;Kiey. It was Partee. Dente; runs batted in, Piatt 2 tt :n. t: i 1 Yost. Kozar 2. Partee. Schultz. Lehner 2 r uiiiiu a uuru iul. niiin-.tr s-v.r..- .h 'hit Vot The victnrv wan th fiffVi Priddy. McBride, Zarilla, Lehner; home 1 run Ptatt stntpn ha flitlntt tr Vr. Straieht for Branca. Who Ditched non: sacrifice hit, Early: double plays. a iiuu; tciuc ku m-v it.ui.oi iu Vernon. Kozar to Sullivan to Vernon: left on bases, Washington 3. St. Imls 5. Bases on balls, sanford 3, Haerner 1 BlHc-an 2, Widmar 1; strikeouts. Haefner 1, Biscan 5. Scarborough 2. Widmar 1; hits, Haefner 9 in 7 (none out in eighth). Hcarnorougn 2 in J. Hanrora J in z't, Bisran 6 in 5'i (none out in ninth Widmar 0 in 1 : wild pitches. Haefner, Widmar; winning pitcher, Blaran; losing pttcner, HearDorouan. two-hit ball. five record. be be Pet .515 .523 .29S .256 m ... At vaterioo: (Waterloo uiu vvf vrun. o j' GRAND CIRCUIT. At Maywood, I1L 4 20 4.60 10.40 &600. 21 CI.AS TROT WITH CONDITIONS. 1 .MILE. Eazel Spencer Capp, J. Arkeraiar ..7.80 4.40 A'.amode (D. Stoverl . . 7.60 Norman Guy A. Benin g J Time. 2:14 6O0, 2H fl.AS PACE WITH CONDITIONS. 1 MILE. Fox Mc. (O. Amundsen) 4.00 2.S0 2.40 Stephen Direct (F. Johnson! 7.20 4.40 Jimmy's Pride (C. Scott) . 3.60 Time 2:15." 000. 51 CLASS FACE WITH CONDITIONS. 1 MILE. Star.kato J. Bradfard) 3.40 2.80 2.40 Foxy Abb D. Dyer) 6 OO 3.60 Ruby M Abbe (L. Bor- ir.ei 3.20 T:me. 2:15 2'5. 600 17 CI.S TROTTERS WITH CONDITIONS, 1 MILE. JIcf.wvTi Hanover (H. Pars&aJii 18.40 6 60 4 OO Te.-asfi (A. Phi'.iips) 3.60 2 so lina Patch D. Yapp) 5.20 Tim. 2:12 25. 6(Mi. IK LASS PACE WITH COMiiTKI.NN. 9:16 MILK. Cur'.v P. ; rattan IG. Campbelii T.00 3 40 2 fiO Kas.e F. R. &?arle) .. 3.40 3.20 1 Danry Bv 8iskiyou H Burneht) 3 SO T-.me. 1 - lO 1 5 3,5(MI DIVIDED, JOHN t Ht.REY TROT. 1 MILE. Pmx'.mity W. Den- r.;or.) 5.40 3 20 3 OO Gr-rd Parade H. F.tspatnrki ... 2.60 2 60 D:-. Scott iH. Parahall) 4.00 T.me. 2:10 SI.OOO 3-VEAR-OLD PACE, 1 MILE. Gay tee (E. Barnes, ir. 6.S0 3.20 3.00 tkr oi'ah Pence tC. J. Kum- iev) 6.40 3 60 Tarkee Chief D. Taylor). 4.20 T,me. 2:12. J3.500 DIVIDED. JOH.V HERVEY TROT. 1 1 l MILE. Don Scott liLParshaUi .34.20 7.80 3.20 Grand Parada H. Fitz- patrick) 2. SO 2.4H Prcximliy fW. Denniaon) 2.40 T:m. 2:17. 600. IB CLASS PACERS WITH CONDITIONS. 1 MILE. Ben B (E Cobt 5.00 3.20 2.60 Bi;:v T. Brader (O. Amund sen) 7.80 4.40 Abh'f Poi-.'er (F. Johnson) 4.20 Time. 2:1125. Batteries Southwiek and Teed; Gnle- weK and Pinclotti. At Davenport: R. H. E Decatur 001 000 000 1 5 ( Davenport 100 000 02x 3 4 : Batteries Atkins and Eilbracht Gnlewek and Pinciottl. At l"ugT,Lvill f lprnml ramei: R. H. E Terre Haute OOO 002 110 4 7 t-v;.nviil OOO OOO Oil 2 9 Batteries Miller ana Brooney; uona van and Baldwin. TODAY'S GAMES. Danville at Springfield. Quincy at Decatur. Terre Haute at Evansvilie. Davenport at Waterloo. INTERNATIONAL LEAGCE. Montreal 5. Jersey City 2. Buffalo 5. Newark 4. Svracuse 1. Toronto 0. Roche?tr at Baltimore, rain. PACIFIC COAST LEAGCE. Hollvwood 8, Sacramento 6. Portland 1, Los Anselea 0. Oakland S, San Dieco 4 . San Francisco 10. Seattle 5. 0 IVMnuer.3 4 i Zarilla. rf 4 OIPrlddy.2 4 Oiplatt.U 4 ! Deiiie.a 3 0 (iSchultz 1 OiP'acrlnl.a O O, Partee. c 3 OieBinks 1 OlMnas.c 0 1 Lehner. cf 4 3 Stevens. 1 4 0 Sanford.p O 0 Biscan.p 2 OlWIdmar.p 0 KANSAS CITY, MO. (H'y Doris Jensen of Des Moines, la., passed her women's singles second round test Wednesday in the Heart of American Tennis tournament by defeating Mrs. Oliver Langenberg of St. Louis, 6-4, 2-6, 6-3. Leonard Prosser, unseeded play er from Kansas City, pulled the first upset in the tournament by eliminating fourth-seeded George Pero, Miami, Fla., 7-5, 6-2, in a third-round men's singles match. An upset also was scored in third round play In the women's singles as Margaret Varner, El Paso, Tex., an unseeded player, defeated fourth-seeded Lucille Davidson, Kansas City, 6-1, 6-3. Other favorites continued to come through with victories with machine-like precision. Hal Surface, jr., of Kansas City, seeded third, turned back Charles Hoover, of Junction City, Kan., 6-0, 6-2. Buddy Behrens, the national unior champion from Ft. Lau derdale, Fla., defeated Ed Pier-son, Kansas City, Kan., with the loss of but a single game, 6-1, 6-0. Tom Molloy, seventh-seeded from New Orleans), eliminated Dick Oftburn, IIouMon, Tex., 6-S, fl-2, and Alex Ceorge, Kan-has City public court champion, defeated Jason Morton, Houston, Tex., city champion, 6-4, . Gardner Lamed, national inter collegiate champion from Rollins College (Fla.) and Ricardo Bal biers, of Santiago, Chile, the champion of Chile and Brazil, each took their third round matches in stride. In third round women's singles, Magda Rurac, of Romania, top- seeded, was forced to show her best shots in beating Ethel Norton, of San Antonio, Tex., 6-1, 7-5. Sluggin' Teddy Paces All-Star Selection Field CHICAGO, ILL. (VP) Heavy hitting wins baseball games and the votes of the fans, too. Ted Williams, left-fielder with the Boston Red Sox and leading slugger of the American league, head the list of vote-getters in the first tabulation to determine the starting lineup for the fifteenth annual All-Star game at St. Louis July 13. Williams polled 2,605 votes from the 4,956 lineups checked hy the Chicago Tribune, which is conducting the balloting with 448 affiliated newspapers, radio stations and magazines in 47 states and the District of Columbia. The voting will end at midnight July 5. (Selections may be sent to the Sports Department, Des Moines Register.) p. The first returns show an increase of 350 percent over the opening days lineups last year and indicated a new national fan vote record will be established. The 1947 vote totaled 1,973,493, with Joa DiMagglo, New York Yankee center-fielder, as the leading individual with 782,194 votes. Di Maggio today holds third place behind Williams and Lou Boudreau, Cleveland shortstop and manager. Boudreau was named on 2,556 ballots and Di Maggio on 2,463. Stan Miislal, St. Louis Cardinal outfielder, who has compiled another robust batting average this season, tops the National league players with 2,314. Veterans dominate the top positions in the league with the exception of Richy Ashburn. Philadelphia Phillies rookie, who leads at center field with 2,055. Kovacs Tops Segura, Goes To Semifinal 1 s 0 10 0 o 1 o 0 0 Junior A' s Get Young Brucker PHILADELPHIA, PENN. (JP) The Philadelphia Athletics an nounced Wednesday they had paid a $30,000 bonus to Earle Brucker, jr., 21-year-old catcher-son of the team's battery coach, to sign a contract. Young Brucker will report immediately to the Lincoln, Neb., farm club of the Athletics. A powerful left-handed hitter, Brucker starred with San Diego State college for two seasons. Ho plans to finish his college course during the off-season. FOREST HILLS, N. Y. (.1) Fourth-seeded Frank Kovacs of Oakland, Cal., got the jump on the field and became the first to enter the semifinals W e d n e sday in the National Prof esslona Is Tennis c h a m- plonships. Kovacs staged a stout rally after dropping the first two sets to eliminate Pancho Sogura, the two-fisted swinger from Ecuador, 3-6, 6-4, 6-3. 6-3. KOVACS. 3-6, He has a seven and Cln'natl AB.II. O. A. Br'klyn AB. H. O. (I Kackley.lf 5 Wyr-k.cf 3 C'rbltt.3 4 Adams. 2 2 Ziet'ra.2 2 'auer.lf 4 llw'er.r 3 Youncl 2 Stall'p.a 4 Lam'no.e 3 V Meerp 2 aKlupz'ki 1 Peter'n.p 0 1 Totals 30 225 151 Hi Reese. s 4 0 P.'blns'n.l 4 01 Kurillo.cf 3 O Hodjces.c 3 Oil.und.r 4 HMIksls.2 3 S! Brown, 3 4 O'Uranca.p 2 Oi Totals 328 27 t Prep Captures Southern Medal ATLANTA, GA. (JP) Billy Key, aFlied out for Vander Meer in eighth. One out when winning run acorea. CInclnnaU 1W ow Uj-u 1 7-vpnr-nlrl fViliimhiis fia shnrn, Brooklyn 1 lO U1U Ulil !- " f Summary Errors, wyrosteK. neese. snooter clinched medalist honors wyrostek 2; two-base i.its. Furiiio. in the Southern Amateur Golf wyrostek; sacrifice hit. Branca; left on tournament Wednesday with two bases. Cincinnati . Pr.rai.vn J i. rr,,1tlri fnr li- Bases on balls, vnnuer M. er 4. rrnr- i son j. wranco ; sinseouis. v anuer ..-rr Kev. twice Southern DreD cham- Par ker, Mulloy Get Lower Bracket Spots LONDON, ENGLAND (U.P.) Prospects for a second straight all-American men's singles final in the Wimbledon Tennis championships dwindled Wednesday as top-seeded Frank Parker and third-seeded Gardnar Mulloy came out in the bottom bracket of the tournament draw. x-arHer, lop-raniting u. s. amateur since Jack Kramer turned professional, was pitted against D. C. Coombe. Mulloy drew the toughest opponent of the five seeded U. S. entries when he was paired against Alejo Russel, lead ing Argentine competitor. Segura held command over Kovacs through the first two sets when the Californian was never able to break his opponent's service. But in the third game of the third set, Kovacs cracked through to assume a 2-1 lead and he grew progressively stronger from that point. Kovacs will play the winner of the Riggs-Cooke match in the semi-finals. The other bracket sends Jack Kramer of Los Angeles, second seeded, against Wclby Van Horn of Germantown. Perm., No. 5, and Don Budge of Hollywood, Cal., third-seeded, against Australia's Dinny Pails, the former Davis Cup ace who heads the foreign contingent. BRUINS Continued from Page IS. sion with something less than approval. Herb stomped and roared and tore up huge divots with his bat. Skipper Jack Fitzpatrtck rushed out to soothe his athlete's wounded feelings, then turnrd his own wrath upon Munari. x A few moments and several hundred words later Fits was privileged to join Hack among the spectators. York, with his parents and his brother up from Fort Worth, Tex., to see him play, touched off the run-making with a single through the box in the second inning. Borkovvski's shot, which would, have been a double if it hadn't struck first base, put runners on first and third. York scored on Bill Campau's grounder, which forced Borkow-ski. Gorman dropped pivotman Angelone's peg to miss a double play, but it didn't matter, for aft er John Langgood produced the first of his three singles, Don Al- fano and Jacobs were, easy outs. Shantz Grabs 11th, Lincoln Edges Soos LINCOLN, NEB. CP) Thanks to some brilliant relief pitching by Gilbert Miller, Bobby Shantz won his eleventh victory against a single defeat as Lincoln nipped Sioux City, 3-2, here Wednesday night. Shantz, who had been bothered by a lame back, was forced to leave the game in the sixth. Miller took over and retired the Soos In order in the last three innings, except for an error by George Lebedi. The visitors got their two runs off Shantz in the sixth. Shantz himself got the Lincoln scoring going by smashing a double which wa.i followed by a fielder's choice and Bob Well- man's single. The A'a added another in the fourth. The deciding run cam in the fifth on Ed Boehm'a double to center, Wellman'a long fly to Pavlick, and a fielder's choice on Llmmer's hot roller to Gilbert. Gilbert's toss to the plate a too late to nail Boehm. Shantz struck out four to give him a total of 107 strikeouts In HOVa Innings this season. Hi. two bases on balls were hi fourteenth and fifteenth this year. S. City AH. II. O. A. IJnenln AH. II. O. A. I'uvlit-k.cf 4 Hfnian,2 4 Ma run. 3 3 Gilbert. 1 3 C'umbo.lf 4 Ler.non.r 4 Carlson, s 4 imues.c 3 Sc'oorn.p 3 LENCZYK GETS EASY TRIUMPH 1. Peterson 1. Branca 7; hits, vanaer Mr fi In 7 innlncs. Peterson 2 in 1-A: hit by pitcher. Vander Meer (Furillo); losmc pitcher. Peterson. Umpires, .finem. joraa, jor ana iuioo. Time, z .4 J. Attenaance. o,d. Bucs Buckle Giants, 11-5, Tie for Top NEW YORK, N pion, tired a sizzling 35-36 71 over the Capital City club course Wednesday. He scored 37-34 71 on Tuesday's first half of the qualifying round. Bobby Jones IH, whose father won the Southern amateur be- v Tim The fore SoineT on to conquer the golf TiTtaWcrr, Pirates nulled into a -u 4"" ti with ?h 'Rnstnn Braves for the hia first Southern championship National league lead Wednesday, trouncing the New York Giants, 11-5, while the Braves were beat en by Chicago Jack Hall Cards 67 On. Cyclones Course Jack Hall, Waveland profes sional, shot a 67 over the Iowa State college course early this week, it was disclosed Wednes day. He will be a contender in the Hawkeye Holidays Open here Saturday and Sunday. Pat Willcox, another Open en try, broke par with a 69 at Wave. land and fired a 70 over the Iowa State route. New Hawkeye Holiday entries Wednesday were Bob McKee, former state amateur champion, and Max Shelton of Stuart. AMATEU11S IMP1RES MEET SCNDAV. Members of the Des Moines Umpires a special meeting association will bold Manager Bill Mever'S Pirates " m Sunday, at the City Hall, Joe " - r inner, nresiaent. announced wtdnMdav. tagged five Giant pitchers for 12 hits, including homers by Johnny Hopp and Wally Westlake Four errors, along with a couple of Giants mental lapses, aided the Pirates considerably. I'llt.b'uh. AB.H.O.A.iNew York AB.II.O.A. TLX AS I.KAGIE. Tulsa 3. Htireveport 1. Oklahoma CHy K. Beaumont 1. Houston 4. Houston 1. San Antonio 26. Dallas 7. SOITHKH.V ASSOCIATION. Klrmindiam 5. Little Rock 4. Nashville 2, Mobile 1 (first game). ,Vtlnta 11. Memphis 4. Nashville at Mobil, second same, rain. New Orleans 13, Chattanooga 5. Knjek.a 5 Out.tlne.ri 5 j Hopp. cf 5 I Mncr.il o wesu Ke r Stevens.l 4 Murt'Kh.2 4 FGerrd.c 5 Bonham.p 3 NORTHERN LEAGCE. Aiierdct-n 4. FarKo-Moorhead 0. iiliperior 10, Eau Claire 5. Sioux Falls 7. Grand Forks 5. wi:iixesay?s RESULTS College Baseball. N.C.A.A. EASTERN DIVISION. sSKCOND P.OUND. North Carolina 7. Illinois 3. N.C.A.A. WESTERN DIVISION. FIRST PwOUND. Oklahoma A. and M. 13, Colorado State ' Southern California S, Baylor 0. English Probe His Claim of 3 Aces ALL IN LAST 3 MONTHS LONDON, ENGLAND (U.P.) The English Golf union disclosed Wednesday it is investigating the world record claim by H. G. Row laughed off the feat as a fluke and said there "is no skill in it." In normal times, Rowbotham would have been presented three ' ; bottles of Scotch by the club. But botham, a week end golfer, that j with the post-war liquor shortage Totals 40 12 27 41KlRnry.K 3 1 i i.ocKm n,ir 4 0 T'oina'n.cf 3 D'Mlae.l 4 01 Marshall, r 4 0 Gordon,3 4 liKerr.s 4 0 Llvinss'n.c 3 2ibCooper 1 'Poat.p 1 8 Knnl'skl.p 0 .Lee.p O Uones.p O laLavton 1 iTrin'kle p O cMcCarthy 1 0 1 O 2 1 2 10 0 4 1 1 AMERICAN SOFTBALL LEAGCE. 7:15 p. m. Glen Towers vs. Machin ists at west msn. 9 p. m. Younkers vs. Eagles Aeria 109 at West High. 9 p. m. Ilarrte's vs. E.D.M. Klwanis at cast nign. Garden Inn vs. Greenwood Electric postponed. SITTIN' IN Continued from Page IS. since, and from the incident, as well as his experience last Decern ber, sprung Walcott's apparent sincere belief that he can beat Louis any time, any place. NATIONAL SOFTBALL I.KAOCK. 7:!5 p. m.'Kesap vn W. "!in(i Forest Mchts. al Kaat High. AMERICAN SOFTBALL Windsor Big G Sumner Meredith W. S 7 Totals 33 B2716 he shot three holes-in-one during the past three months. The 42-year-old Rowbotham, Who has a handicap of seven, still very much in evidence, the shoe was on the other foot. Rowbotham paid for the drinks all around. act ruck" out for Jones in seventh. bKlled out for Livingston in ninth, r Popped out for Triiikie in ninth. Score by inings: Pittsburgh 103 002 320 11 New YorK lu uiu uiu o Summary errors. Goraon z, t,vingston, Fltz Gerald, Kerr: runs batted In. Hopp 2, Mize 2. Kiner. Thomson 2. Westlake 3, Fiu Gerald, Stevens 2, Murtauph: two-base bit. Stevens; three-baaa bit, Thomson ; home runs. Hopp, Westlake, Mize; sacrifice hit. Murtaugh: double plays, Kojek to Murtaugh to Stevens: Rlgney to Kerr to Mize; left on bases, Pittsburgh 8, New York 4. Bases on balls. Poat 1, Konlkowskl 2, Bonham 2, Trinkle 2: strikeouts. Poat 1, Bonham 3, Konikowskt 2, Trinkle 1; hits, Poat 4 In 2' innings. Konlkowskl 4 In 4 V. Lee 2 in 0 (two batters , Jones O in 'i. Trinkle 2 in 2; hit by pitcher, Bonham (Thomson); losing pitcher, Konikowskt World 4lz Furlong Standard Tumbles NEW YORK, N. Y. UP) A straight four and a half furlongs world record was established at the United Hunts meeting at Bel mont Park Wednesday. Algasir, a Juvenile bay gelding making his first start, burned up the course in :50 4'5 seconds, beating the former world mark by one-fifth of a second. ASSOCIATION J.KAGLE. L. Pet. W. L. Pet. 2 .800;Thrlftway 5 .rioo 2 .778 C.C.C.C. 2 7 .222 3 .700 Kroggy's 2 7.222 4 .SSfi'Snoosvllle 2 8 .200 Sumner 6. Big G 3. Meredith Publishing 11. Thnftway 6. Windsor 13, Snoosvilte 3. "roggy'a Tavern 7, C.C.C.C. 5. Totala 32 4 24 1 Ki 2 Hoehm.cf 2 W'lmaji.lf 0 Llmmer.l 0 Kirk.r 0 Novirk.c 3 Lebeoi.s 0 Hiewart.3 1 Hhants.p aHuaco 0 Mlller.p .1 I 1 1 1 on 1 1 2 A 3 1 0 2 1 O 1 O ft 10 0 LULUJIBUS, OHIO UP) Grace Lenczyk of Stetson univer sity coasted through the second round in the women's collegiate golf tournament Wednesday to remain the popular choice as the next women's collegiate cham pion. She defeated Nancy Porter of the women's college of the Uni ersity of North Carolina by an easy 6 and 5 score. Two other leading contenders for finals Friday are Marilyn Smith, 19, of Kansas and Alice O'Neal, 22-year-old Rol lins college senior. Miss Smith defeated Corinne Major of Stephens college, 4 and while Miss O'Neal scored a 1- up decision over Carol Clark or Miami (Ohio) university. Miss Smith and Miss O'Neal meet in today's upper bracket semifinal. Miss Lenczyk will play the semifinals against Barbara Canine, of Western Michigan college, who defeated Roseann Shaffer of Rollins college 1-up in 19 holes. Shirley Spork of Michigan, last years champion, was dropped from the running Tuesday in the tournament's only upset so far Miss Lenczyk was last year's runner up. t Cam pan Connects. Campau's single drove in the final run in the eighth. York forced Jackson, who had walked, then stole second. Virl Minnis' running catch of Borkowski's liner to left held up the runners, but Campau cracked a liner to center and took second when it was fumbled by Davis. A faster man than Campau which would be almost anybody could have scored on Lang- good's subsequent single, but Bill stopped at third and Alfano tapped into a force play. Camjiau's slowness also cost the Bruins a run in the sixth, when they let three hits go to waste. York's second hit was voided as Borkowski grounded into a twin killing. Campau doubled to the left-field fence and Langgood lined one into shallow left. Pitcher Bob Kuhl-man, replacing Hack as the third base coach, flagged down Campau, and it was too late to get him started again when Minnis fumbled the ball. The inning ended immediate ly when Kohout bore down to strike out Alfano. A doubleheader has been scheduled tonight to make up a game postponed on the Bruins' first trip here. l Totjsl ,14 1 1 27 1 0 aFanncd for tetania in sixth. Score bv niiilns: Slnux City noo 002 000 2 Lincoln 001 110 00 x 3 s-ummary Krrors. Carlson. Lbedz, Kirk. Weilman runs batted In, Martin. Coiumho, i .mi iittri , irfuiii, ijwiim; iHg-iffl, nils, Pavlick. Hoelim. Novl.k. Sham Fn: tiire-baa lilts, Gilbert, Fo; sacrifice hit Boehm: double plays, Hofman to CarUoii to Gilbert. Fox to Labeda to Limmer; left on baae. Sioux City .V Lincoln 9. Buses on balls. Schoentmrn 1. Shantz 2: strikeouts Schouebom 4, Shanta 4. Milier 2: hits. Rhsnti 4 In 6 Innings. Miller O in 3: winning pitcher. Shantx. Umpires. Van Keuren. IStorner and Ci-bulka. Time, 1:34. Attendance, 1.802. Denver Wins 20-16 Slugfest From Omaha DENVER, COLO. CP) The Denver Bears scored 11 times in the first inning, then beat off the Omaha Cardinals to win a Western league slugfest, 20-16, Wednesday night. Eight hits, four walks and two errors produced the Bears' first- inning runs and sent Card starter Don Kelly from the mound. Omaha tried two more hurlers before Ed Yuhas came on to slow down the Bears. George Genovese had a perfect night five for five and Willie Skeen got five for six. Warren Martin pitched one-hit ball for five innings, but ran into his usual wild streak and Roy Lee replaced him. Omaha AB. H. O. A.i Drover. AB. H. O. A. Conr'y.lf 6 2 2 1 Gen'ese.s 5 5 2 1 Jaros,3 5 0 2 l;Ion'an.3 5 0 0 4. Harri'n.c 4 16 2 Skeen.if 6 5 3 .o Rapp.c O O O 0 Reash.r 6 4 0 0 Mis'ns.cf 5 2 0 1 Felix.cf 5 2 3 O O'L'Hn.r 4 3 3 0 Befeie.l 6 1 7 f Lew'ki.l 4 2 6 0 Hen'sen.2 3 16 5 Ortiz.2 3 0 3 4 Phillips.c 3 0 6 1 L'anski.s 6 3 2 1 Martln.p 3 2 O 1 Kellev.p 0 0 0 0 Lee.p O O O O Cassut.p OOOOi Glaser.p 0 0-0 o: Total 42 20 27 1 2 Yuhas.s 3 1 0 1' aHile 1 O 0 O" Omaha Cards Obtain 18-Y ear-Old Catcher OMAHA, NEB. UP) Richard Harrison, 18-year-old Omaha catcher, was signed to a contract Wednesday, the Omaha Cardinals announced. He played in American Legion baseball. He is being sent to Den ver to catch in batting practice and will be assigned to a lower farm club when the Cardinals re turn here. NATIONAL SOFTBALL LEAGCE. W. L Prt I W t. t- Meredith 7 1 .875 Farm Bu. 5 4.556 Wally'a 5 3 .625,Power A U 5.444 W. 32nd 5 3 .625 Jimmv'a 2 7 .222 Economy 5 4 .556 Kessll 1 7.125 WEDNESDAY'S RF.SULTS. Jimmy's 16, Economy 6. Farm Bureau 10. Power Light 3 Kessell vs. W. 22nri A iwu 'Mac chants, postponed. iucreuun vs. waiiy s. postponea. GAMES WANTED. ' SOFTBA LL. . Mrs Moines. Willkia House Vets. Out-of-town game for July 4. Write Harold Carr. 907 Fifteenth at., or call 3-4634. . EASTERN LEAGUE. (15 and under Raaeba.ll. Junior Eagles 5. Des Molnea Dodgers 0. PRIOR TO 1936 Walcott had never fought as a heavyweight, He did not carry enough pound age. But that year he was niatche for a 10-rounder with Al Ettore of Philadelphia, who was comin along quite well and who was in line for a scrap in Madison Square Garden. Ettorc's handlers wante to get another win for their man and picked on Walcott. Jersey Joe was scraping out! an existence for himself and family at any odd jobs he could get, fighting as a sideline, artd taking engagements without training or with very little of it. He worked only nine days in preparing for Ettore. Walcott cut him up, outboxed him and gave him a terrible beating for eight rounds, but dropped to the floor from exhaustion In the ninth round and lost on a "kayo." But that was the end of Ettore as a topflight fighter. He did not get the bout in the Garden. WEST SIDE LE.4C.rK. flft-and under Hawball.) Hillbillies 2, Hawkeyea 1. Did-Ita 13, Fort Des Moines 1. Uptown Merchants 11. Indians 1. HAMMrt PRACTICE. Hamms will practice today at 5:4 p. m. on the Des Moines university dlsmond. All players are asked to be present. Favor Mangrum, Locke in Victory CHICAGO, ILL. UP) Bobby Locke and Lloyd Mangrum head the professional contingent of 49 shooters who will tee off today in Chicago's $15,000 Victory golf tournament at Midlothian Country club. Ben Hogan. who captured the P.G.A. and National Open titles, has passed up a championship defense in the Victory open. No entry has been received from Jimmy Demaret, runner-up to Hogan In the National open. 100-7 Shot Makes Nags of the Field ASCOT, ENGLAND UP) Master Vote, a 100-7 shot, won the Royal Hunt cup for the second straight year Wednesday. The victory was worth 2,500 pounds ($10,000). Totals 41 14 24 11! aPopped up for Yuhas la ninth. Store by innings: Omaha 010 0O3 363 1 Denver (11153 ooo lux vn Summarv l.rrors. wanaowsm. aiis-ns. Hi-nfilngsen, Harrison, O'Laughiir. Skeen, Felix: runs batted in, Keasi r. Skeen 4. Martin. Qenovwa Donovan . Benngliele. Lewamlowskt 5, O'Laughllu 3. ulias. Lewinakl 2, Conroy 2; two-bas- hits. Hennmgsen. O LaugMin, t-keen. Lewinski; three-base nits, caeen. r-eaan. Felix; Genovese. O'Laughlia; home run. Keah; nouoie piay. uoaovan io xn-i.mnn-sen to Beringhele; left on bases, Omaha 11. Denver 7. Bases on balls, Martin 9, Kelly 2. Cassut 1, Claser 4. Yuhas 2. 1-ee z. strikeouts. Martin 4. Yuhas 6. Lee 2: hits, Kellev 4 In i Innings, Martin 9 t 7. Cassut 3 in n, Giaser in i, i un In b'.j: hit oy pinner. . j Yuhas, Jarosi: wilif pilches Yuhas 3. Martin 1: passed ball. Mama; winninn pitcher. Martin; losing pncner. Umpires, I ririau.i, . tow. Time. 2:4D. Attendance. 1.2Si. Basketball Mentors Hand Out Forecasts ALAMOSA, COLO. UP) Clair Bee, veteran basketball coach on the Atlantic seaboard, made the prediction Wednesday hia Long Island U. Blackbirds will wm only 20 games and lose 12 next season. Coach Henry Iba of Oklahoma A. and M., also here for the Adams State coaching school, thinks defensive play in basketball will begin catching up with the offense and the result may be a return to lower scoring games. GRAVES SCORES K. O. DULUTH, MINN. (U.P. Featherweight Jackie Graves of Austin, Minn., Wednesday night knocked out Mimmie Adragna of Pittsburgh in the second round of their scheduled 10-round bout MIDGET DRIVER KILLED. ALBANY. N. Yt UP) Bill DiU. a 23-year-old midget auto driver, was killed Wednesday night at the Menands track as his wife and 4-year-old son watched. ROCKETS SIGN OWENS. CHICAGO, ILL. CP) Isaiah (Ike) Owens, of Illinois, one of the outstanding defensive ends in college football last season, Wednesday signed with the Chicago Rockets of the All-America football conference. MA.io.t ij:aii:iis TWILIGHT I.E4GVE. TODAYS GAMKlS. 6:00 p. m Eagles Aerie s. Naval Preserve at Birdland. 6:O0 p. m. Iron Workers 67 vs Tuckers University Auto at Old League Park. 6:00 p m. Merediths vs. Vets Hospital at Vets Hospital. S:35 p. m. Electrical Eng. a Eq. vs. Arvldsons Stora at Birdland. THE FOREGOING Incidents show how the course of boxing careers are sometimes influenced by things outside the ring as well as in it. Opportunity is important the advancement of a pugilist. Ability to take advantage of opportunity is even more important. Walcott insists hes never had the opportunity, but has always had the ability. (Three leaders each league.) BATTING. G. AB. R. H. Williams f Red Sox) 50 184 48 75 Miislal iC.tnlln.nlsl 51 ICS 45 77 Boudreau (Indians) 47 178 3S 66 Uolmes (Braves) .41 161 29 5S Westlake (Pirates) 42 132 34 Brown tYankec-K) .42 156 24 Itl S BATTED IN. AMF.R1CAN LEAGUE. Williams tKed .Soxi DiMHKiio (Yankees) a l ivfuimfau iiu'ii.insj ror Kelt n.-r (Indian Pet. .40R .39 .371 .360 46 .34S 53 .340 .49 .41 .41 Many of the top men In the class of '43 want careers in aviation. But aviation is a specialist's field and the way to move up fastest Is to learn one of the skills or trades that are neededThat's Just what you can do tinder WTIONAL LEAGUE. S.n:er ( !is I ro I Kiner ( Pir:lts I 45 MuskiI iC,irdmi"!i 40 , HOME KI NS. Kel'ner (Indians I 15 WMlianis ( Re! Soxi 13 1 DiMaggio i Yankee.!) 11 j Sauer i Reds) 19 Kmrr (.Pirates) 17 Musial (Cardinals) ............... 13 i- AIE1- the TJ. S. Air Force Aviation Career Plan. If you're a high school graduate, between 17 and 34 years old, you can select the specialized training you prefer, qualify for it before you enlist, and be sure of assignment to it after basic training. Get a head start today, by asking for all the facts at your nearest U. S. Army and U. S. Air Force Recruiting Station or Air Force base. 103 OLD FEDERAL BUILDING Des Moines 9, Iowa jSVaiawsiai on r - - in a r m 1 1 m r r i - -- o n r n n ii iiri i"n -- i i"i i ii "

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