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YARflS INCREASE LEAD, PHILLIES HAL IF GAME FROM BROOKS FIL Averages TKAM BATTING G AB R OR H TB 2B 3B HR SH SB BB SO Pet Tampa 53 1965 334 2.13 S28 703 88 19 17 32 46 281 190 283 Havana 52 1734 248 138 568 603 58 22 11 26 30 178 124 270 St. Petersburg ,.55 1969 219 .336 466 619 62 26 13 21 10 245 207 249 Miami 55 1949 250 235 454 548 58 12 4 50 31 227 200 246 Jt. Lauderdak ..54 1904 233 281 462 640 74 10 28 34 16 253 154 243 Lakeland .53 1849 241 247 443 586 7 0 20 11 26 13 286 203 240 Miami Beam ....50 1655 216 202 398 508 55 14 9 33 3 7 227 169 240 W, Palm Heath 54 1758 17 WB 4I 4119 54 10 S 32 29 215 210.. 237 TKM FIM,DlN(i W L T DP TP PB PO A E Pet. Havana 39 13 0 52 0 7 1401 582 53 974 ' Ft. Lauderdale ...22 32 0 89 0 4 1 474 725 79 965 Miami Beach 27 23 0 37 0 2 1323 613 71 965 Miami 30 25 0 65 0 3 1484 713 83 964 Lakeland '...22 31 0 49 0 5 1473 643 82 963 Tampa 36 17 0 58 0 1 1441 674 84 962 Went Talm Bcurh 22 32 0 44 0 4 1413. 688 101 954 St. Petersburg 15 40 0 51 0 2 1441 689 103 954 DiMaggio Poles 425 -Foot Homer Paynlch, WPB , Hidalgo, Hav ., Wayne, Tarn . . Cuellar, Laic , Weisa, Tam ... LcBrun. Tam ., Diaz. Hav ... Rotzell, MB .... Rebel, Tam ... MeKee, Tam .. Spears. Tam ,. Sivinskt, SIP ., Jenkins. Mia .. Rosa, Mia .... Aleno, FIX, INDIVID! AI. BATTING L . , G AB R H RBI Pet. :"":".: ' o ' 11 H2 3 11 l -4HH ivitjiuiH, 52 21f 47 74 29 51 206 42 70 53 12 33 3 11 4 22 77 14 25 11 18 34 10 11 8 18 f0 4 16 7 47 17 1 28 54 32 39 1 44 33 45 27 45 158 40 49 27 53 206 26 63 32 48 185 1 8 58 31 55 212 28 64 26 26 103 16 31 11 54 197 35 59 39 Einn, FtL 54 228 30 68 18 Tapanez. Hav . . 44 172 24 .11 Tumlnelll, Tam. 50 196 29 58 37 Maver. I.ak ... 52 189 32 56 19 Patterson. Mia . 48 174 20 51 27 . 293 Torres, Hav ... so jvitj at w . Ortiz. Lak ... 50 1S9 21 55 33 . 291 Conroy, MB . . 45 1X4 27 53 23 .288 Fernandez. Tam 37 3 39 15 40 27 . 288 Tanner, St P ... 53 IKS 39 53 30 . 286 Azpiazu. Hav .. 52 382 28 52 23 .286 Dean, Mia . ... 34 35 4 10 3 .286 Colombo. Mb .. 49 ISO 33 51 24 .283 Sowlns, MB-StP 45 1:18 22 39 13 .2X3 V Woodward, Tam 33 39 8 11 6 . 282 Ankovlak, I.ak . S3 217 2 i a .. 51 399 23 56 30 17 32 1 9 3 .281 55 208 29 58 23 . 279 53 231 27 63 22 .273 48 178 28 48 26 . 270 45 356 27 42 16 . 269 36 319 9 32 4 .29 41 IBS It II .26S .344 .340 .333 .325 .324 .320 .316 .313 .310 .306 .303 .302 .301 .299 .298 .297 .296 .296 Andrews, FtL . liarnson. stt ,. Cato, StP .... Rehm, Lak . ... Olsen. Tam . .. . Walker, Mia .. Callart, StP Howell, WI'B . . J. Tanner. T-nlr- FtL 54 203 35 53 45 Ackeret. Mta . . 54 204 29 53 26 Rrcmnlnr. WPB 9.1 205 1 5.3 13 6 6 Mlhalik. Mia 3 Daly, M.B.-St. P 3 nhealon. WI'B 4 lllrlch. Hav 5 1'nynlrh, WI'B 6 Prlvelte, Mia 4 Del Monte. M B 3 Boemier. St P 3 Todd, Ft. L 2 Cook. Lak 1 Martinez, Lak 1 Lamastra. St. P 1 Monlreo, M.B 4 Buck. M B 4 Thompson. Tam 4 Murray. WPB 6 Kwlnxie, WI'B 3 Webb, Lak 3 Lope, Mia 3 Garrla, Lak 2 Seilas, Mia 2 Henlev, M. B 1 KobinHon. Ft. L 3 Spyker, St. P 3 Pappas, Lak 3 Howell. Ft. L 3 Garrison. St. P 2 Ilaag, St. P 2 Nee, LaK 1 Bohne. SI. P 0 Bower, WPB 0 .600 89 72 .600 79 89 .600 57 38 .6110 39 44 .Sit 66 61 .556 75 73 ,545 87 82 .500 63 44 .500 58 51 .500 51 53 .5110 35 28 .500 36 38 .500 33 28 .500 3 8 14 .444 79 60 .444 72 75 5 .444 68 80 8 .420 103 3115 4 ,42 10 61 .429 67 51 .429 46 39 .333 46 .333 46 .333 28 .333 24 23 .300 yi .273 97 76 .250 99 3(12 8 .200 93 82 8 .200 65 65 5 .367 48 58 4 .000 25 27 1 .000 8 11 Zelasko. FtL , tiross, StP . ... LeGros. Mia . . Swingle. WPB.. Bass. FtL-Lak. Lewinski, MB . Wlllkuna, WPB. Imbra. StP ... Vazouez. Hav . . Thompson. Tam 10 25 Gallardo, Hav . 52 185 .263 .200 ,250 Belmont Results 54 205 32 53 36 .259 39 340 13 36 15 .257 55 399 27 50 22 . 253 1 U 4 4 1 .250 54 237 26 59 S3 .249 50 385 25 46 23 .249 4a 101 1 40 13 .248 46 394 36 47 20 . 242 1R V!9 8 7 5 .243 2 0 1 .HI IX 44 17 .238 DeSouza. Tam . 48 382 51 43 11 .236 Mont audo. Hav 47 108 21 39 14 .232 Rvan. WPB . J7 104 7 !4 7 .231 Briduers, Mia . 44 144 22 33 33 .229 Gindlele. Lak .. 40 328 30 29 14 . 227 ractanrv Hrv . . 11 22 5 5 5 .227 Cleslak. PIL . . 54 217 ST 49 21 .226 Montalbano. Mia 55 3 8S 26 42 22 Phelps, WPB .. 47 101 28 M 31 Emery. W PB . . 5.3 107 12 43 3 lYkowskl, WPB 31 301 7 2J 34 Kantor. Lak .. 53 213 S6 46 36 Carbrara. MB .. 30 94 7 20 7 Zardon. Hav . . 37 342 26 30 1 6 n-ah. MR 38 11Q 16 24 5 WmtWurth, FtL 19 40 Bosch. MB .... 31 117 Petroslno, StP . 48 168 Valdez. Lak ... 38 123 Anderson. FtL . 37 147 Crosbv, MB ... 35 116 Tootrna l.ftlr 17 39 Daves. Tam ., 19 6fi 7 30 8 .154 Harrison. FtL . 31 39 5 6 2 .154 Ticco, Mia .... 33 40 6 8 4 .150 .226 .224 .218 .218 .216 .213 .211 jOCO 2 8 5 .200 5 23 13 .197 17 33 .196 13 24 11 .195 10 28 13 .190 10 22 15 .190 4 7 3 .179 Partly cloudv and fast. FIRST Purse 53.000; claiming; 4-year-olds and up; 7 furlongs; Frenchtown (Buttler) 9.60 5.00 3 50 Billy Bart tFerraiuolo) 6.20 4 30 Navy Flash (Permanel 9.70 nme. Hard Work. Bund rab. Wlcki Wlrki. V for victory. Puff Ball, i-muusn, snooiers niii, foser, Ambitious, f-Manola and f-Transair also ran. f-Field. SRC'OND Purse $3,000: claiming; maidens; 2-year-olds; 414 furlongs; Zipper (Atkinson) 18.90 7.70 3.30 Bedazzle (Guerinl 4.20 2.60 Blue Speed (Arcarol '2 30 lime. 4a. .Main strength. Count nayucrn, acnei, Jamaica tloy also ran. Dally nnuble: paid I22.30. Frrnchtowa and Zipper Consuegra, Hav. Tanner, Ft. L. .. Lorenzo, Hav. . . McCoy, Mia Padsett. Tam. . Ralat, Lak Delralvo, Tam. . Garcia. Hav Woodward, Tam. CovinRtnn, Ft. L. Zachritz, M.B. W L Pet. IP H 7 0 3.000 64 47 2 0 1.000 26 35 7 1 .875 81 70 6 1 .857 84 61 9 2 . 818 104 93 4 1 .8(10 32 33 5 1 .750 31 31 5 2 .714 79 74 5 2 .714 64 48 7 S .700 93 74 7 3 .700 87 70 7 S .700 78 67 7 3 .700 70 67 9 4 .692 303 82 7 4 .636 79 68 BASEBALL Tonite P 8:15 p.m. VS; Wright Field fvvV W.P.B. 5'SVK Indians Lakeland jr PILOTS THIRD Purse S3. 000. claiming. 4-venr. olds and upward, 7 furlongs. t'haldia (Ferraluolo) 11.20 5.60 4.30 fMIss Carolina (Errlco) 17.20 9.60 U est Tout (Bernhardt! 6 .30 Time 1:26 25. Wise Friz, Johnnys Boy. Kaplston. HornDioe. aHarri Facts. aRevn- oms jr.. r lrestnKer, V-Jet. Great issue, Blua Row. fGlenwood Kid also ran. a Achilles Stable-F. H. .Wegener entry, f Field. FOURTH The National Stallion Stakes. purse .110,000 added, 2-year-olds, colts, 5 luuungs. aVolt (Arcarol J.70 2.50 2.10 Big Strelch (Atkinson) 2.90 2.20 Great Whirl (Guerrin) 2.30 Time :53. allele Me. bKnowitall. Royal mash. Devifnallon, DKiatoon also ran. a H. P. Ileadley entry. b Mrs. O. D. Widener-G. D. Widener entry. ' FIFTH Purse $3,500. maidens, S-year-olds and upward, 7 furlongs. Lookout Jeep (I.asswell) 6.40 2.80 2.70 aOn the Mark (Guerin) 2.20 2.30 aDeslIno (Boland) 2.30 Time 1:25 35. Pontalba. The Flier. I Challenge, Man o' Battle, Autumn Sneeze also ran. a King Ranch enfry. SIXTH The Peter Pan Handicap: purse, $15,000 added; 8-year-olds; 1 miles. Lights Up (Helllnger) 9.60 4.20 out Mr. Trouble (Arearo) 2.80 out Ferd (MeCreary) out Time. 1:50 25. Passemson and Noblest also ran. SEVENTH Purse. $4,500 added, handi cap: 3-year-olds and upward: 7 furlongs. Mount Marcv (Arcarol 6.70 4.50 3.00 Daiuuarl ( W'oortlKiusel 8.10 5.00 dh-ProDhets Thumb (Boland) 3.00 dr-Colosal (Clark) 2.70 Time, 1:24. Hypocrite TL Le Var, Colonel Mike, Wine List, Red Camella and Magna Charts ulsu- ran. dh-Dead heat for show. EIGHTH Purse. $3,000: claiming; 4-vear-olds and upward: 114 miles. Keep Watch iWoodhouse) 8.30 4.50 3.50 Task (I.asswelll 4.90 4.00 Shoes (Nichols) 5.10 Time. 1:52 15. Burls Reward. f-Short Reward, f-Pltimotion, Quick Retort, f-Em- pujon. Our Tummy, Curvaceous. Called, Fusscat and Fertile Lands also ran. Jackie RoWnson, 1949 National League batting king and most val uable player, has a .312 three-year major league hitting record. V FIVE HOURS 600-16 i v ri A! NEW YORK, (S) Hal New. houser, troubled with a sore shoulder throughout the spring and early part of the season turned in another gilt edge pitch ing perlormance Saturday as the Detroit Tigers defeated the Phila delphia Athletics, 6-1 The triumph was Newhouser's fourth straight and also his fourth complete game since he was pounded out of the box in his first start of the season on May 14. Newhouser permitted the A's seven hits and lost his shutout in the ninth when Sam Chapman un loaded his sixth home run of the season. The Tigers whacked little Bobby Shantz for 14 hits in the eight innings he toiled. Gerry Priddy paced the attack with three hits while George Kell, Vic Wertz and Aaron Robinson chimed in with two each. One of Robinson's blows was a home run Despite Newhouser's victory, the second place Tigers lost ground to the league-leading New York Yankees, who took a doubleheader Horn the Chicago White Sox, 3-1 and 6-3. Tommy Byrne outpitched Bobby Lain in tne opener, which the Yanks won in the eighth inning when Phil Rizzuto smashed a two-run double to break a 1-1 tie. Al Kozar homered for the Chicago run in the sixth. Joe DiMaggio was the big wheel in the nightcap. The Yankee Clipper drove in four runs, three on a 425-foot home run that landed in the left center field bleachers. DiMaggio connected off mil Wight with two down in the seventh. The blow erased a 3-2 Yankee deficit. Fred Sanford started and received credit for his third victory without a loss. Sanford bowed out for a pinch-hitter in the seventh and Joe Page finished up. The Boston Red Sox overpowered the Cleveland Indians, 11-9. Thef Sox scored six runs in the first inning before a man was retired, then fought off a Cleve land counter-attack that finally was stopped after Larry Doby uaugea a iwo-run nomer in the ninth. Luke Easter also homered for Cleveland while Ted Williams ana Birdie Tebbetts connprtoH lor Boston. Mel Parnell opened for Bnstnn but left in the fourth when the inaians tallied five times to cut the Red Sox' advantage to 8-7. The Sox came right back with three runs on corners by Tebbetts and Williams. Al Papai, who relieved Parnell, was the winner and Mike Garcia the loser. In the Nalional Leastie. the Philadelphia Phillies broke their second place tie with the St. Louis Cardinals and moved to within a half game of the pace-setting Brooklyn Dodgers by downing the Chicago Cubs, 6-2. Rookie Rubba Church, with help from Veteran Jim Konstanty, gained his first major league victory. The Phils tagged six-game winner bod itusn tor five runs in the first three innings. Del Ennis finished Rush with a two-run nomer in the thud. Ihe Boston Braves, paced by oiu uoraon, ciusned the Pittsburgh Pirates, 10-6. Gordon socked his 10th and 11th home runs and drove in seven runs. Gordon crashed a grand slam homer in the second inning, his third jackpot wallop of the season. The record for most home runs with the bases loaded in one season is four, held by seven players. Johnny Sain started for Boston and gained his eighth victory. He was relieved by Bob Hogue in the sixth. Hogue blanked the Pirates tne rest of the way. Wally West-lake banged two homers for the Pirates and Hank Schenz one. Sam Jethroe also homered for Boston. The scheduled games between the Cards and Dodgers; New York and Cincinnati and St. Louis and Photo bv McClellan THESE LOCAL BOWLERS will compete in the American Bowling Congress at Columbus, Ohio, on Thursday and Friday as the Bowl-arena ABC team, representing the 24th Street Bowlarena. They are, standing, from left, Hal Lowry, president of the Palm Beach County Bowling Association, Mahlon Hall, Bert Grix; middle row, Earl Reed, Bob Conn, and in front, Al Hightower, captain. The top five, with team average of 925, will roll in the team event, and in doubles it will be Lowry-Grix, Reed-Hall, Hightower-Conn. Reed has competed in four national tournaments in the last five years, while Hall, Conn and Hightower made three of the ABC events and Lowry and Grix were in two. . . . MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS . . . I'llll-S t, Hill INS I ab h po a ab h po a ab n po Whtmn.rf 5 2 4 0 Trwllgr.2b 5 1 1 2!Adam.cf4 1 3 Hamnr.ss 5 2 2 3 Walker,c 5 2 3 0 SVtkus.lb 5 3 9 OCvreta.lb 5 3 15 0 Ennis, rf 4 13 1 Sauer.lf 3 12 0 Ashbrn.cf 10 10 Pafko.cf 3 2 2 0 Jonei.3b 5 0 0 0 Edwrds.rf 4 14 0 Slsler.lt 4 2 3 0Serena.3b 3 0 0 5 Goliat.2b 4 2 0 3Smaley,ss 4 0 0 3 semnrK.c i u 4 u ttusn.p u u u u Church:p 3 11 I Lade.p 2 0 0 4 Knsnty.p 10 0 O aMinner 0 0 0 0 IVolselle.B 0 0 0 0 IbSoheffingl 0 0 0 IHIllar.p 0 0 0 0 Totals 38 13 27 Si Totals 35 10 27 14 a-waiKea lor iade in 7lh. b-Klled out for Volselle in 8th. Philadelphia 212 (XX) 001 Chicago 000 100 loo 2 h Hamner, Ennis. R W hitman 2, Ham-ner, W'aitkus, Ennis, Sisler, Cavarretta Minner. RKI Hamner. Waitkus. Whitman Ennis 2. Edwards. Cavarretta. 2B Whit man. Hamner, wallkus. HR Ennis. DP Smaliey Terwllliger and Cavarretta; Ennis and Wallkus: Goliat, Hamner and Waitkus; Church, Hamner and Waitkus. LOB rnuauelpnia ; Chicago 30. BB orf Hush 3, Lade 1, Church 3, Konstanty 1. SO by Rush 1, Voiselle 1, Hlller 1, Church 2. Konstanty 2. HO Rush 7 in 2 innings (faced 2 batters in third): church 1( in 6 23: Lade 2 in 5: Konstanty 0 in 2 13; Voisellt 1 In 1; Hiller 3 in 1. WP Church (1-0); LP Rush (6-2). T 2:07. BO.SOX II, INDIANS 9 ab h po al ab h po a MitchUf 5 2 2 llOiMagi.cf 5 15 0 2 l! Pesky, ;ib 3 4 liWiliams.lf 3 1 OiStephns.ss 5 12 3 2 3 uroDo.lb 5 3 10 5 Sl'arilla.rf 4 2 0 0 5 2tDoeiT.2b 4 2 3 On'ebbetls.c 4 1 0 OParnell.p 2 0 0 OPapai.p 0 0 Phlley.rf 5 1 Kozar.Jb 3 2 aErautt 1 0 Fox.2b 0 0 Rbnsn.lb 3 2 Miski.3b 4 2 Malone.c 4 1 Itickert.lf 3 0 hAppling 1 0 Baker. If 0 0 Carsqu, ss 4 0 YANKKKS 3-, CHISOX 1-3 ab h do a O Rizzuto. S3 4 3 4 2 OiWodlng.lt 4 0;Bauei,rf 4 OiDiMagl.cf 2 IBerra.c 4 0:Iohnsn,3b 4 l;(olman.2b 4 OCollins.lb 2 0 1 Byrne, p 4 Oi 0 3 0 3 0 0 Conniston Athletes Feted At Barbecue Celebrating Conniston's "triple" In junior high athletics during the past school year, a group of parents entertained members of all teams and their friends at a chicken barbecue Friday evening at the Flotilla Club. Coach Hank Martin and the ath letes were guests of honor. Dur ing the year Martin's teams won the Junior High Football League, the Junior High City Basketball League and were runners-up in the County Basketball Tournament, and the baseball team won that league with 14 straight victories. JVlr. and Mrs. J. W. Casey, Jr., were In charge, with Bob Strahan as sponsor, assisted by Windell Gowin. Attending were Jimmy Hoops Carl Jones. Norman Haltrich, Nor man Duten, Jimmy Ellis, Shirley Johnson, Jim Lockman, Billy Tes- mer, Bobby McClellan, Marilyn Marlin, Jay Lissenden, Pat Hanley, Ralph Kemp, Shirley Wood, Jim Fogelman, Lester Wickersham, Robert Schiff, Ronnie Cagle, Bill Bland, Clyde Seaton, Perry Hooker, Stanley O'Hern, Kay Foster, Mamie Lee Merchant, Nancy Crist, Carol Williams, George Brown, Sam Beard, Billy Larsen, Robert Murry, Gerald Haltrich, Ann Law- ler, Carolyn Suddath, Johnny Casey, Dickie Blacburn, Eddie Halliday, Ronald Hurst, Bobby Bergen, Pat Martin, Jackie Rauler-son, Mary Lou Munn, George Ferguson, Tommy Kartrude, Patti Watts, Ronnie Peters, Jean Tarver, Jack Cushinberry, Kenny Fleisher, Russell Kartrude, Carol Garcia, Jerry Cohen, Dick Holzapple, Barbara Altman, Joan Elsberry, Buddy Dana, Johnny Ligon, Joan Soldo, Nancy Brown, Claude Casey, Yommy Bouchtas, Peggy White, Midge Grier. Don Allen, Jerry MeKee, Eddie Holmes, Nellie M ancle, Roy Daniels, Lowell Morse, Henry Martin, Virginia Voss, Arvin Wi. THE PALM BEACH POST-TIMES, Sunday, June 4, 1950 Pag 211 Pro Bowl Game Approved By National Grid League PHILADELPHIA, JP) A pro bowl game between all-star teams from the two divisions of the National Football League, to be played next January under sponsorship of the Los Angeles Publishers Association, was authorized Saturday by NFL owners. The 13 owners unanimously approved the game at an executive session ending tne . league s two day summer meeting here. The Publishers Association representa tives from Houston, Texas, and the Shrine of Los Angeles were bidding for the game. NFL Commissioner Bert Bell said the league would approve co- sponsorship of the game by the publishers and the Shriners group if the publishers desire to share the promotion. Bell explained the league felt "morally obhgated ' to assign the game to the publishers since the Los Angeles Times had sponsored a similar project in 1941. He referred to the game in that year between the National League Champions and an All-Star league team. Originally planned as an annual affair, it was discontinued because of wartime travel restric tions. NFL owners opposed reviving the Champions vs All-Stars game because it might detract from the Chicago Tribune's established annual summer game between the NFL titleholders and the College All-Stars at Soldiers Field. Bell said final approval of the Los Angeles game would be with-held until satisfactory terms were arranged with the sponsor or sponsors. He said definitely that each player participating in the game would receive not less than $500 plus traveling expenses. The game will be played in the Los ; Angeles Coliseum, which seats approximately 100,000 cash cus-; league office would work out a satisfactory plan of selecting players. The coach of each division champion will direct their respective all-star aggregations. Bell further explained that representatives of the Publishers Association and the Shriners had been given until July 1 to get together on the co-sponsorship proposition. If they fail to do so, the game will go to the pub lishers. A's Reschedule Game P H I L A D E LPHIA, (JP) The Philadelphia Athletics announced Saturday that a rained-out gams with the St. Louis Browns, originally scheduled to be played Monday night, has been re-scheduled as part of a twi-night double- header at Shibe Park, July 14. o 4 0 6 2 2 1 2 1 5 0 1 Kenedy, rf 5 Easter, lb 6 Doby.cf 4 Rosen. 3b 4 Budrau.si 2 Rordn,2b 3 Hegan.c 4 Garcia. p 0 Beardn.p 1 aClark 1 Klores.p 0 b'l'ucker 1 Ben ton. p 0 ci.emon x 2 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 l)i 0 0 Oj 0 O II oooi 10 2 2 4 0 3 3 1 0 1 0 0 O! 2! Cain.p 2 0 0 0 cGldbery 1 0 O 01 Totals 35 9 24 4: Totals 32 10 27 10 a-Popped out for Kozar In 7th. b-Fouloa out for Rirkert in 8th. c-Fouled out for Cain In 9th. Chicago 0(10 OOl 000 1 New York 000 010 20x 3 E Coleman. R Kozar, Rizzuto, Johnson, Collins. RBI Bauer, Kozar, Rlzzulo 2. 2B Bauer, Johnson, Rizzuto. 3B Rizzuto. HK Kozar. SB Rizzuto. DP Byrne, Coleman, Rizzuto and Collins; Johnson, Coleman and Collins; Carras-quel and Kozar; Carracquel, Fox and Robinson. LOB Chicago 30, New York 11. BB Byrne 3, Cain 6. SO Bvrne 5, Cain 4. WP Byrne (6-1). LP-Cain (2-4). T dell. Rav Moodv. , Harrv Litner. tomers. Margaret Scott, Roger Coleman, As to the personnel of the two Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Breazeale, Mr. all star teams. Bell said the and Mrs. John Ligon, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Gowin, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Bland, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bergen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martin. PALM BEACH COUNTRY CLUB NO. OCEAN BL'VD, Golf LUNCHEON fa Cocktail Lounge HOWARD MOTT AT THE PIANO S TO 9 P.M. (SK( O.M) (iAMK) ab h po a! ab h po a fa Washington were rained out. Zold.ik. D 0 0 0 0 Totals :i 9 24 14 Totals 35 1 3 27 10 a-(irounuea out lor ticarden in 4th. b-Flied out for Flores in 6lh. c-Grounded out for Benton In 8th. Cleveland 200 300 002 9 Boston 620 030 OOx 11 E Bearden, Stephens, Pesky. R Kennedy 2, Kaater, Doby 2. Rosen. Boudrcau, ;ordon, Hecan. DiMaggio 2, Pesky 3, Williams 2. Stephens. Drqpo, Zarilla. Tebbetts. RBI Easter 2. Gordon 2. Heean, Clark. Mitchell. Dobv 2. Stephens 2. Drono z. uoerr a, carina, leooeita, wuuams i. 2B Dropo. Hegan, Zarilla. 3B Doerr. Kennedy. HR Easter, Tibbetts, Williams. Doby. ur Mitchell. Boudreau and Ko-sen; Boudreau. Gordon and Easter; Pesky, Doerr and Dropo: Gordon. Boudreau and Easter. LOB Cleveland 5; Boston S. BB off Garcia 2, Bearden 4. Fiores 3. Benton 3. Parnell 3. Papal 2. so by Bearden 1 Flores 1, Parnell 2. Papai 2. HO Garcia 3 In 0 innings (pitched to 5 batters in llrstl; Bearden 4 in A; flores d in J; Ben-Ion 2 In 2; Zoldak 1 in 1; Parnell 4 in 3 13 Papal 5 in 5 23. WP Papai (3-2). LP Garcia (1-4). T 2:35. A 23.612. TK1KKM I, ATHI.KTICS 1 600-16 37 GOOD FOR AT LEAST 15,000 MILES $34 30,000 MILES IS NOT UNUSUAL FOR THIS CAP 670-15 $4.95 and $5.82 670-16 5.25 and 6.07 710-15 S.25 and 6.07 760-15 6.84 650-15 $5.97 650-16 6.31 700-15 6.79 700-16 6.94 OTHER SIZES IN PROPORTION TIKES TAKEN OFF YOIJB CAB AND PPT BACK ON 50c EXTRA UNCLAIMED 600-16 RECAPPED TIRES $5.50 AND YOUR OLD TIRE Permane Jteturiig To The Saddle NEW YORK. UP) Joekev Bob- By .Permane, who was seriously injured in a spill at Gulfstream Park 14 months ago, returned to the saddle Saturday at Belmont Park and rode Navy Flash to third place in the first race. The big crowd applauded the 26-year-old rider from Camden, NJ, as the horses paraded to the post. Permane had undergone nine operations. IIIJUI.IIJI lb b DO a! ab Lipon.ss 4 12 2 Toost.ss 3 Priddv.ib 5 3 3 6 Dllnser.Sb 4 Kell. 3b 4 2 10 Lehner.lt 4 Wertz. rf 4 2 4 OChpmn.cf 3 Evers.K 5 2 1 0 Valo.rf 4 Groth.cf 5 14 0 Kain.lh 4 Kolwv.lb 5 0 30 2 Htchrk.2b 4 Rohson.c 3 2 10 Uuerra.c 3 Nwhusr.p 4 112 Shantz.p 2 h po a 114 2 0 2 110 15 0 Adams. et 4 2 4 Philey.rt 5 2 1 Itickert.lf 4 0 3 b-MasI 10 0 Robsn.lb 4 19 MajskL.'lb 3 0 1 Baker,3b 0 0 0 Fox, 2b 3 13 Ap)ini!.2b 1 0 O Crasqu.ss 4 2 1 Malone.c 4 12 Wight, p 10 0 Judson.D 0 0 0 aErautt 0 0 0 OiRizzuto.ss 4 15 1 O WoilllnB.lf .3020 OIBauer.rl 4 2 0 0 O'DlMaji.cf 3 2 2 0 OIBeira.c 4 14 1 2;johnsn,3b 4 10 1 lColrann.2b 3 0 3 4 2Colllns,lb 4 1 10 2 OlSaniord.p 2 0 12 3c.lensen 10 0 0 2jPage,p 110 1 2! 2 OI Totals 34 9 24 141 Totals 33 8 27 12 a-Walked lor Judson in 9th. b-llrounded out for Kickert In 91 h, c-Grounded out for Sanford in 7th. Chicago l)2 OOO 100 3 New York 000 200 31x 6 e. None. R Adams, Fox, Malone, Woodling 2, Bauer 2, DiMaKKio, Coleman. RBI Philley 2, DiMaggio 4, Berra. Carras-quel, Page. 2B Fox. Cal-rasquel, Page. 3B Philley. HR DiMaggio. S -Wight. LOB Chicago 9. New York 8. BB Wight 3, Sanford X, Page 3, .ludson 2. SO Sanford 3. Wight 1. Page 1. HO Wieht 8 In 7 innings; Judson 1 in 1; Sanford 7 in 7; Pare in 2. WP saniora irt-U). LP- Wight (3-7). T 2:28. A-29,990. Junior Baseball Schedule for the week: Monday Water Company vs. Mizell-Simon-Faville; Kiwanis vs. Atlantic Bank. Tuesday Riviera Fire Dept., vs. Alfar; Palm Beach Mercantile vs. Halsey-Griffith. Wednesday Palm Beach Mercantile vs. Kiwanis; Mizell-Simon-Faville vs. Atlantic Bank. Thursday Alfar vs. Halsey-Griffith; Riviera Fire Dept., vs. Water Company. Friday Atlantic Bank vs. Ri viera Fire Dept.; Mizell-Simon-Faville vs. Palm Beach Mercantile. Jethroe.cf 5 1 Torgsn.lb 5 1 Holmes. rf 5 2 Marsh .rf 0 0 Elliott.3b 3 1 Cooper. c 4 2 (kjrdon.lt 5 2 Mauch.2b 4 2 Kerr, ss 4 1 Sain.p 3 0 Hogue, p 1 0 BRAVES 10, FIKATKS ab h po a ab h po a LION FROSH BACK STATE COLLEGE, Pa., () Four opponents have been booked for Penn State's return to freshman football in 1950. The Lion cubs will go on the road for games with Syracuse, Bucknell, Navy and Pitt. Penn State last played ai frosh schedule in 1941. I VACATION SPECIAL Limited Time Only MOTOR OVERHAUL Including Piston Rings, Oil, Grind Valves and Seats, Remove Carbon. Any 6-cylinder Chrysler product. $52.50 All Work Guaranteed. Genuine Factory Parts. HARDIN MOTORS, INC. DeSoto-PIymouth Dealers 2100 SO. DIXIE 2 O Schenz. is 5 2 2 2 6 OiCoogan.Sb 5 17 0 1 OBell.rl 3 2 2 0 0 O Kiner.lt 5 0 0 0 '. 3 O Wesllke.rf 5 2 8 0 4 l!Frnadz,3b 4 12 3! 2 O.MurtKh.2b 4 14 1 & 6 2 MrCuls-h.c 3 3 11 ifli 3 4 aiiopp iooo 0 1 'Mlleller.c O 0 0 0 0 1 Dickson. p O 0 0 0 " ILomordl.p O 0 0 0 j: werle.p 3 11 o IbTurner 1 0 0 oh$ Itjueen.p O 0 0 1- Totals 39 12 2T 9 Totals 89 13 27 8 a-Flied out for McCulioURh In 8th. b-r lied out for werle in Ktn. 0 2 0 Boston Ma 100 002 ml 110 2: Pittsburgh .TOO 030 000 61 l m 1 fc, rernannez. K lemrae 2, lorgeson, 0 4 1 Holmes 2, Elliott. Cooper 2. Gordon 2, la-Welman 1 (Wyse.p 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 39 14 27 12 Totals 32 7 27 15 a-Grounded out for Sbantz In 8th. Detroit 101 002 200 6 Philadelphia 000 (X) 001 1 E Valo. Hitchcock. R Upon. Kell 2, Gvers. Kolloway, Robinson, chapman. RBI levers, wenz, Kooinson j, rrinoy 1, koiio-way, Chapman. 2B Wertz, Priddy. Lehner, Kvers. Robinson. HR Robinson. Chapman. DP Hitchcock. Joost an Fain: Shantz. Guerra and Fain; Lipon. Priddy and Kollo- way j. w)H Detroit ju; pnnadeipnia t. BB off Shantz 4. Newhouser 2. SO bv Shantz 2. HO Shantz 34 In 8 lnnines: Wyse 0 In 1. WP Newhouser (4-1). LP Shantz (4-2). T 1:44. A 2.714. Schenz. Cooean. Bell 2. Westlake 2. RBI Jethroe, Elliott, Schenz, Westlake 4, (lor-don 7. 2B McCulloUKh. 3B Bell. HR .Jethroe, Schenz. Westlake 2, Gordon 2. S Hogue. l)r iiogue. ierr ana 1 orgeson, LOB Boston 9: Pittsburzh 8. BB Lom bard! 4. Werle 1, Queen 3. Hoirue 1. SO Sain 4. HO Dickson 4 in 0 innings: Werle 6 in 6 13; Hogue 1 In 3 23: Lombardl 0 in 1 sain 12 in r r& yueen in 1. HBP Hogue (Bell). WP Lombardl, Sain 2. B Ixjmliardi. Sain. WP Sain (8-3). LP Lombardi (0-4). T 2:33. A 5,737. The father of Cincinnati rookie Joe Adock holds the office of sheriff in Coushatta, La. 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