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Democrat and Chronicle q Rochester, N. Y., Tues., June 24, 1953 Rugged Ringman . By PAP' 'Cousin Vees Spank Vlings,3-2; Ricketts Balks in Winning Run MORE DOLLARS FOR YOUR SCRAP BATTERIES TIN IRON METALS FURNACES Dtfivtr T . . . - -x CONSBCU77VE: WGESTUNG Sh. .. - f VCTOFS ATOCLAHOMA C "Jf. V V COMPETED N I STAAiTEO AS V f V QOJUNG DBUT lAAAA4ArEOZSv jgTAATE'Z 7ZTA aov7S our1 S7Xztep oar Heavyweight Left Without Foe Champ Wrestler Turned Boxer Finds Foe Disqualified BOSTON, June 23 (JP) Dan Hodge, the Olympic wrestler turned boxer, had no opponent for tonight's scheduled heavyweight match at Holy-oke when the Massachusetts Boxing Commission said it could find no previous fight record for Drew Brown, his foe. Cincinnati Buys Kellner, Lown Sold to White Sox Compiled by the Sports Staff THE CINCINNATI Redlegs yesterday bought pitcher Alex Kellner from the Kansas City Athletics and sold reliefer Turk Lown to the Chicago White Sox. No figures were announced but both players had to be waived out of their respective leagues.. In another pitcher shift, the Detroit Tigers sold Vito Valen-tinctti to the Washington Senators for the $20,000 waiver price and restored pitcher Herm Wchmeier to the active list. The Senators then sold pitcher Al Cicotte to the Tigers' Charleston farm team in the American Assn. JIM MANGUM of Shreveport, La., won the rain marred, sixth annual Gulf Coast Oil Center Golf Tournament yesterday by defeating R. M. Moore of Houston, Tex., on the second hole of a sudden death playoff at Lafayette, La. THREE MORE of the American - contingent have withdrawn from the British Open Golf championship which begins at Lytham and St. Anne's, England, next week, the Royal and Ancient Golf Club announced yesterday. They are Johnny Bulla o f Thoenix, Robert L. Watson of Ardsley and former British amateur champion Robert Sweeny of Deepdale, N. Y. TWO RUSSIAN wrestlers won four of eight titles in the World Cup team prize in the International Freestyle Wrestling meet at Sofia, Bulgaria. Turkey captured three individual championships and Bulgaria one in a meet which ended Sunday night. The Russian winners, according to reports reaching Budapest yesterday, were flyweight Sayadov, featherweight Mutsu-gian, lightweight Vladimir Syn-yvskiy and lightweight Albul. EDWIN J. ANDERSON, president of the world champion Detroit Lions of the National Football League, said yesterday he would run the club himself instead of hiring a new general manager. Nick Kerbawy resigned the post last week to become GM of the Detroit Zoll-ners of the National Basketball Assn. WEATLEY STABLE'S Bold Ruler yesterday was assigned top weight of 138 pounds for 14 CLUBS SEEK PIIENOM WALKERSVILLE, Md., June 23 (JP) Fourteen major league teams are waving offers in front of Dick Smith, 18, Walkersville High School pitcher who struck out 123 batters in 49 innings this spring, allowing only two earned runs "and winding up with a no-hitt for an 8-0 season record. Hodge made his pro boxing debut June 10 at Scranton, Pa., where he quickly disposed of a man billed as Don Jackson in the first round. The man billed as Don Jackson of New York identified himself as Norm Jackson of Youngstown, Ohio. The commission held up the loser's purse. Saturday's $25,000 added Rose-ben Stakes at Belmont Park. This is the most weight any horse has even been asked to carry in this event . . . Jockey Johnny Adams, three-times rational racing champion and No. 1 rider for -Hasty House Farms, yesterday began a new career as a trainer. Adams, troubled by a bothersome back for 12 years, is trainer for the 10-horse Bud-dah Stables, owned by David Paper of St. Paul, Minn. LORD JEEP won the $10,000 Ed Sullivan Handicap at Suffolk Downs yesterday before a crowd of 12,305, including Sullivan. Noble Try was second, Craigwood third . . . C. V. Whitney's Magic Forest and Audley Farm's Jodi won split deviations of the Juniper Valley Handicap at Belmont Park. Magic Forest under Hedley Woodhouse sprinted the 6 furlongs in 1:12 25 and won by a head over Bohemia Stable's Vivi. Jodi was clocked in the same time but won much easier under Tony DeSpirito. EMIL LANCE, the independent promoter who ran the Floyd Patterson Hurricane Jackson fight, said yesterday he was ready to promote a Patterson-Roy Harris heavyweight title bout at the Polo Grounds if negotions for a Los Angeles match fall through . . . The Toronto Star in a Winnipeg dispatch said yesterday that Canadian football executives are concerned about attempts of players to form unions and that such attempts have been beaten down by three clubs. One of the club leaders denied the claim and the others could not be reached. INTER A riOMAI, I FACIE Yesterday's Results Richmond 3, KoiheUer 2. Montreal 3. Miami 2. oliimbui J. Buffalo 1. Havana 6. Toronto 4 (1). Havana 3, Toronto 0 (2). called 7 inninis, to be completed later. after siandtne I. 27 : 30 33 36 3i 411 45 Montreal Toronto . , Rochester Columbus R ichmond Havana . . Miami .. Buffalo .. Pel. .591 .52 .478 .471 .42 .357 CB vs lVt 4 7 '-4 S 9'4 16 Came Toda Miami at Ruihrvier. 7:J0 p.m. Richmond at Montreal, niiht. Only games scheduled. . AMERICAN IFACIE Veslerday's Krsuils Detroit 3. Baltimore I. f hicsao 2. New York 0. Kansas City 7. Washington Only tames ichrduKd. Standmat W New York 19 L 22 30 31 32 33 34 Pet. .6(9 .516 .500 .484 .4H4 .477 ,49 .444 CB 7'A 8"i 9 Kansas City 32 Detroit 31 ( hicago 30 Huston 31 Cleveland 31 Baltimore 2H Washington 28 10 II 12 33 " Games liidav New York al Cliteaae kurLs fV J) vs. Wynn (7-5i. Washinaton at Kamas t its- im- Kamos is-) vs. darver 17-4) Baltimore at Detroit N) Papnas 14-1 1 vs. Hoeft (6-6) or l-ovtack 5-7 Bovton t Cleveland (N Sullivan (4 2) vs. Bell (2-I. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Yesterday's Results Omaha 2. Indianapolis I. Minneapolis 9, Charleston 4. Wichita 5, Denver . St. Paul S Louuvillr 2 (f). Louitville I, St. Paul (2). The 26-year-old Hodge won all 17 amateur bquts as he progressed to the National Golden Gloves Championship before turning pro. He twice represented the United States in Olympic wrestling. While competing for the University of Oklahoma he won the NCAA and AAU wrestling titles. Royals Edge Marlins, 3-2, In 9ih Inning MIAMI, Fla., June 23 (JP) The Montreal Royals defeated Miami, 3-2, tonight in the ninth inning as Babe Birrer doled out five hits to the Marlins. After four scoreless innings, Jim Koranda hit a drive to left center that slithered off Chuck Essegian's glove for a double. Claude Parris singled, and Bob Usher's throw to the plate didn't catch the sliding Koranda. Koranda and Parris figured in Montreal's eighth-inning score also. They and Bob Lenr.on singled consecutively, driving Henry Mason off the mound for Miami. Mason had come into the game one inning earlisr. Bert Hamric tied the game with a two-run homer for Miami in the last of the eighth. His blow scored Jerry Snyder, who had singled. In the ninth, Dick Teed of Montreal beat out an infield hit, went to second on a sacrifice and scored when Solly Drake singled to right field with two out. MONTREAL MIAMI ah r h rhll h r h rhl J (I I I I 3 0 0 0 Anderson. IB 5 0 1 Ulhnydcr.zb Koranda. lb 4 2 2 OKsscgian.lf 4 110 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 O 2 112 4 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 Parris. 3b 4 0 2 4 0 1 II Hamric.rf 4 0 0 0 Smith, 3b 4 14 0 llshcr.rl-lb 4 0 10 Kucha. c Lrnnon.rf Amoros.lC Tccd.c Birrer, p 2 0 10 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 IRnnker.p 2 0 10 a-Tompkini 10 0 0 Mason.p 0 0 0 0 iMcDermoltp 0 0 0 0 36 3 12 3 Totals 31 1 S J Total a-Struck out for Runkrr In 7th. Montreal 000 Iflft 0113 Miami 000 000 0202 E Koranda, Td. Dolan. PO-A Montreal 27-9. Miami 27-10. DP Ander son. Dolan and Koranda. LOB Montreal 1. Miami 6. 2B Teed. Koranda. HR Hamric. 5 Landrum, Birrer 2, Rucha. la k r irbin Bunker 7 7 1 1 00 Mason IS 3 1 1 0 0 MtUcrmntt (L, 0-1) . IV) 2 I 1 0 1 Birrer (W, 7-3) 9 3 2 2 2 5 U Dimuro, Smith and Vanderhoff. T 2:19. A 2.946. NATIONAL IFAGIE Yesterday's Results St. Louis 7, Pittsburah 5. Milwaukee 7, San Francisco 0. Cincinnati 6, 1 os Anaeles 1. Only games scheduled. ' , Staadinaa , W L Pet CB Milwaukee 34 25 .576 San Francisco 34 0 .511 2'i Cincinnati 30 28 ,517 , 31, St. 1 011 is 31 29 .517 31, Pittvbiitgh 32 32 .500 41S Chicago 31 34 .477 Philadelphia 27 32 ,4 7 Los Angeles 27 3b .429 9 Games Today Los Anuclis at Cincinnati (2. T-K) Drwdale 3-8i and Lrskine 13-3) vs. Purkey (-3i and Schmidt (2-2). Chicago si Philadelphia Detroit (3-4) vs. Ssnford JVM. St. I nu is at Pittsburgh (N) Witt (1-0) or Kline (7-7) vs. Innes (4-7). San Hancisco at Milwaukee (N McCormick (4-1) vs. Spahn (8-4). NsP IFACIE Yesterday's Results Auburn 7, Corning 5. f.eneva 4, Flmira 3. Olean It, Trie 6. Wellsville 17, Ratavia Wellsville 11, Ratavia Standings vv (1) . (2) . I. Pet. .635 .582 .58 .5(19 .481 ,45 .4M .352 CB 2'i 4 6'i 8 9 "4 9',-j 15 Corning Ratavia ..' 33 32 29 29 26 25 24 ttencva .. W'cllsulle Olean .... Frie Auburn .. Elmtra ... 19 Games Today Auburn at Corning. Cieneva at Flmira. Ere at Dlean, Baiavia at Wellsville. All night games. FASTFRN I.FACI E Yesterday's Results Albany 4. .bnnnalield 1. Reading 5. York 0 (M. York 3. Reading 2 (2). Lancaster 9, Allentown 4. Only games scheduled. , By GEORGE BEAHO.N Democrat and Chronicle Baseball Writer RICHMOND, Va., June 23 The routine in Richmond, for the Red Wings, ever since the Virginians came into the Inter national League, has been at tending every movie in town; eating Chinese food; and win ing games at night in Parker Field. -The "shoot-em-ups" were well attended this trip; the egg rolls and shrimp fried rice were devoured in usual great quantities. But this time there were no Virginians to serve as patsies or cousins in Parker Field. Richmond beat Dick Ricketts and the Red Wings, 3-2, tonight on the former's first balk of the season. This climaxed an un precedented 4-0 sweep for the Vees, and veteran Richmonders were saying tonight they never had expected to live long enough to see it. Rochester still leads 8-5 for the season, and 65-36 for all time. . For the road trip, the Wings finished 3-5. Having been swept here, they still are looking for their first victory of the summer of 1958. The balk, and nothing else, beat Ricketts, sending him under .500, at 6-7, for his second defeat of the set. The BB-boys, Blaylock and Browning, were defeated in the other matches, so the Vees ran pool on some pretty good pitching. Ricketts own, unaccountable wildness set him up for defeat. He walked the bases full in the sixth, while fighting Jim Bronstad in a 2-2 tie, then per mitted Cletis Boyer to cakewalk home on the balk. He finally escaped the inning with what would have been a wild pitch, except that he covered the plate himself to retire the runner on catcher Ray Katt's retrieve and throw from the grandstand wall. Joe Christian's single, a walk, fielder's choice and Ed Stevens' sacrifice got Rochester one in the first, and Stevens doubled and scored on Roy Smalley's single in the fourth. Richmond matched each run in the innings. Len Johnston singled, and scored on a bunt and Johnny Ja-ciuk's boucing single that had "eyes," and in the fourth Ranee Pless delivered a leadoff homer. DUGOUT DIGGIXS: Longest and bulkiest home stand, of the entire season 17 games in 14 days comes up starting tomorrow night at Red Wing Stadium. Miami, Havana, Toronto and Buffalo comprise the opposition. If the Dealers have a pennant move in them, now is the time for all good men, etc. Havana Topples Leafs In 11-lnning Contest HAVANA, June 23 (JP) Dan Morejon hit his seventh home run of the season with a man on base in the bottom of the 11th inning tonight to give the Havana Sugar Kings a 6-4 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs in the first game of a twi-night doubleheader. Havana held a 3-0 lead in the second game after seven innings when play was called because of a curfew. The game 300 Attend Tennis Clinics More than 300 youngsters, most of them under 10 years old turned out yesterday for the opening of free tennis clinics at 8 city recreation areas. Largest turnouts were at tne Strong Memorial Courts on Elm-wood Avenue and at Franklin High School. The program is sponsored by the Junior Cham ber of Commerce in cooperation with the city's Recreation Division. This is the third year the program has been in operation. Clinics also opened at Maple- wood Park, Norton Village, Prince Street, Monroe, Madison and Charlotte high schools. The clinics continue today. Gonzales Clinches Net Tourney Title FOREST HILLS, June 23 (JP) Pro tennis king Pancho Gonzales tonight clinched the $3,000 top prize in the Tournament of Champions with a 10-8, 6-2 victory over Frank Sedgman coupled with Ken Rosewall's 6-2, 9-7 triumph over Lew Hoad. Gonzales' record is 5-0 in the six-match round robin. Rose-wall assured himself second-place money of $2,000 with a 5-1 record. Even if Gonzales loses to Hoad in tomorrow night's anticlimatic windup, his victory yesterday over Rose-wall breaks the tie. Hoad, now 3-2, is doomed to finish fourth behind Tony Trabert, Salt Lake City, who bounced Australian Rex Hartwig, 6-2, 8-6 to complete his 4-2 record. Hartwig finished 0-6,- Sedgman is 14. Pancho Segura, idle tonight, has a- 1-4 record. Gonzales, the swarthy slugger from Los Angeles, interrupted his conquest of Australia's Sedgman for a verbal exchange with one of the 4.000 fans at Forest Hills Stadium. Additional Sports News, Pages 31, 36 ay j X ,. J t urn . ,1 t - 2T - ED STEVENS a . . figures in 2 runs Ouirk 'in schedule splits Miami series, bringing Marlins in tomorrow night for one game, before Havana comes in for next four nights. Then Marlins return for Sunday twinner and single on Monday, followed by Toronto and Buf falo, with flag-favored Maple Leafs in Rochester on July 4 for holiday double. Wings fly regular schedule out of Richmond tomorrow morning. With 2:06 p.m. esti mated arrival, Lynn Lovenguth is set to open the big home stand . . . Richmond lost services of star flyhawk Bobby Del Greco tonight. He flew to Pittsburgh for funeral of aunt. With fan vote for International League all-star team starting Thursday (vs. Milwau kee's world champions in Tor-onto July 28) Rochester bench- leader Cot Deal today named his personal selections: First base Rocky Nelson (Toronto); second base Mike Goliat (Toronto); shortstop Elio Chacon (Havana, .326 average) over Kuben Amaro of Wings, whom Deal rates best defensively; third base Clyde Parris (Montreal); catcher Dick Rand (Columbus); outfielders Bob Lennon (Montreal), Don Las-setter (Rochester), and Bobby Del Greco (Richmond); left-hand pitcher Pat Scantlebury (Toronto); righthand pitcher-Gary Blaylock (Rochester). RED WING front office. faced -with manpower problem (too many heads) intercepted infielder Wally Lammers en route from Portland and as signed him to San Antonio of Texas League. Lammers was acquired in trade for Alex Cos- will be completed at a later date. Morejon's homer came with Nino Escalera on base and broke a 4-4 tie that existed since Havana tied the score in the bottom of the seventh inning. The opener was a scheduled 7-inning affair. Right-hander Orlando Pena, one of four Havana pitchers, won his fifth against six losses while the Leafs used three pitchers. Mike Goliat hit his eighth homer of the year in the first inning with a man on to give the Leafs a quick 2-0 lead. First Came TORONTO IHAYANA ah r h rh; Rodriguez, ss Jethroe,cf-l Morton. rf aWilson.lf Nelson, lb Goliat, ll-rf Tnompson.c Hannah.c Jok.3b cJohnson,2b Smith.3b ah r h rh 5 1 1 0 Davalo,3b-2b 6 0 10 w i cnacon.a 2 0 1 0 Escalera.c-f 5 0 10 5 110 4 3 3 2 3 2 J 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 01 2 0 I 01 Moreion.lf Gonzalez. rf Daniels. I b-lf Zayas.b dCaldcrone fCuellar Acosta.c Izquierdo.c hAlvarez,2b Jill 4 112 3 110 2 0 0 1 10 12 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 40 6 11 6 i t) O 0 5 0 3 0 OOOO 4 0 2 Minarcin.D 3 0 0 (I'Amnr Tiefenauer.D 0 0 0 O'Arias.p Scantelby.p 0 0 0 0 bCueche.p Totals 42 4 12 4!PToiSlg a fouled (or Morton in 5th. D (irounded out (or Arias in 5th. c Ran (or Jok in 10th. d Double (or Zayas in 6th. F Ran (or Caldcrone in 6th. h Walked (or lzquierdo in 6th. Toronto .100 001 0(10 004 tubm 010 002 100 02 Two runs by Moreion'i homer in Hth scored, with one out. E Amor, Nelson. P-A Toronto 31-18. Cubans 33-15. DP Smith to Rodriguez to Nelson. LOB Toronto 14. Cubans 12. 2B Morton. Calderone, Pena. Scull. 3B Smith. HR Goliat. Morejon. SB Jeth-roe. S Smith, Escalera. Tiefcnauer. In h er bb so Amor , . 2r'i 4 Cueche IW 3 Pena (VV, 5-6) 4"i 3 Minarcin 5'.1s 3 Tielenauer 3V'j 5 Scantlebury (L 9-3) ,.2 3 Arias 2A 2 o o HBP Gonalcz (by Minarcin); Rodri giu-7 (by Pena). WP Amor. Cueche. PB Hannah. U Schwartz. Varan nrf Gugliclmo. T 3:45. A 4.500. WHITING BUICK 13111113 SERVICE DEPARTMENT OPEN Hava your car simoniierj, washiol er serviced while you shop. ALL SERVICE DEPTS. CLOSED SATURDAY, DURING JULY-AUGUST T51 .Villi! rt mj Ill asagaami aa elassaa. I I A 11 UJ BUICK"8 midis, but Wings are safe in infield with Frank Verdi and Loren Babe alternating at third, and with Verdi and second baseman Roy Smalley both able to move around infield. Lammers will be available in event he's needed. Meanwhile, when catcher Alan Grandcola's finger is fully healed, he will put club one over 20-man limit. There's room right now for new pitcher Bob (Hoot) Gibson, who'll ' be in bullpen for start of home stand. Gibson still is in Rochester, desperately trying to obtain quarters for himself, wife and infant son ... Consider as closed the face-bumping incident between Wings' Frank Verdi and umpire Cal Drummond. Drummond, one of the cooler heads in the business, admitted accidentally hitting Verdi in face with his mask in yakking situation and there 11 be no repercussions. Meanwhile, Wings filed formal protest on game-ending play in Sunday s second-game seventh, when winning run scored while second baseman Roy Smalley was knocked off balance by runner while fielding ground ball. The protest has some chance. Ex-Yankee coach and catching great Bill Dickey is getting credit for pulling Richmond third sacker Ranee Pless out of unaccountable slump. Dickey, as scout and trouble-shooter, spent last few days working with Pless in batting cage. Returned to lineup on Sunday, Pless promptly hit grand slam, homered again tonight. Dickey's comment: "Lopat (manager Ed Lopat) told me Pless was trying to do too many things to shake the slump. Basically, I tried only to restore him to his normal swing, and to keep him from fighting himself. One big hit (the grand slam) doesn't necessarily do it, but it helps his confidence. Even a Pless, who's always been a good hitter, can lose his con fidence when he slumps and starts pressing. I wouldn't be certain he's out of it even now." Vees hit road again tomor- Daniels, Rand Bzat Bisons For Jcfs, 3-? rnUTMBUS. Ohio. June 23 (jp Rennie Daniels hurled narklinir two-hitter to Eive the finlnmhus Jets a 3-1 Interna tional League victory over the Buffalo Bisons tonight. it was the Jets' fourth victory in the five-game series and left them only 1 games out of third place in the IL. Dirk Rand shared the hero mantlo with Daniels. The big backstop hammered three of the Jets' six hits and drove home all of his team's runs. Rand's double made a loser out of Buffalo righthander Dave Newkirk in the lourtn inning. Tt came with the sacks jammed and produced two runs. Daniels, carvine his fourth victory against a single loss sinre ioininff Columbus June 1, had a no-hitter brewing until Joe Caffie bounceo) a scratcn blow over second base with two out in the sixth. He lost his shutout in the spvpnth on a walk to Bob Morgan, a wild pitch and the last Bison hit, a single to ngnt by Jack Phillips. It was the fourth straight romnlete came for the big right hander, who notched 35 score less innings in 39 pitched. n r- . I i-t I l1 I MRI G s. k rhll ah r h rhl Ca((ie.c( 4 0 1 0flacobs.2b 4 0 10 Gra((,2b 3 0 0 0IL.ipcm.3b 3 10 0 3 I 0 O Pendleton.lf 4 110 3 0 0 OICausion.r( 3 10 0 Ortiz. 2b 2 0 0 OIL.Rodrig'l.JS 3 0 10 Phillips.lf 3 0 1 IIRand.c 4 0 3 3 Borkow'ki,3 3 0 0 4 0 0 0 Holton.c 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 Newkirk.o 2 0 0 OlDaniels.p 2 0 0 0 a-Mcle.l( 1 0 0 01 r.isociri z,p " vi u ui . Totals 27 1 2 11 Totals 3d J t 3 r ruipcu uui lui I'sw " .,. Buffalo 0( 000 1001 a n A . ( V ... . I :M fith E Newkirk," ' McieV ' PO-A Rit((alo 24-II. Columbus 27-16. DP lipon, lacobs and Bartirome; Morgan and Easter; L. Rodriguez, Jacobs and Bartirome. LOB Buttalo 3. cotummis . .a rsiiuitiuin ixonu. ip h r tt bh so Newkirk a, 2-7) .... 7 4 2 2 3 4 F. Rodriguez 12 1110 Daniels W. 4-1) ..... 9 2 1 1 4 4 WP Daniels. V Morgan, Guzzctta, D'Ambrasio. T 1:50. A 2,20!. , THURS. I NIGHTS I 9 NO WAITING! Just Drive In For LUBRICARE SERVICE taaass TTC. I nws 5-490 ESS I I r i i Soap Box Entrants Stadium Guzsts FATHER and Sons Soap Box Derby Night will be celebrated at Red Wing Stadium tonight. About 150 entrants in the 21st Rochester Times-Union, Chevrolet Soap Box Derby, accompanied by their dads, will be guests of the Rochester Red Wings. row. Their 1958 record away is a miserable 22 losses in 30 games. ROCHESTER RICHMOND Babe.. lb t hmnan rf Burgess, rf Lataeiier.lf ab k rhll ahrk rhl III Jnhastnaxf 1 Oldit .1.1 I Ibomaj.rf Jacluk.lh 111 Johnson, If Pleaa.3b 12 1 Royer.M I Oeakln.2h 1 I Bronstad. g 01 e 2 5 2 Totals Jill tin 41 411 411 3 111 3 111 111 2 I 1 I Smal,2h D-niasiock Amarn.u e-Oliier Klrketts.a aWalling'g) at-Carmel Totals - 21 3 I 2 A Crnnnded nut for Ricketts In 7th: B Ran lor Smaller In 9tb; C HII Into force for A mam in 9thi U Grounded out for Kouts, in 9th. Rochester it) n WMI 2 Richmond 100 101 00s 3 E None. PO-A Rochester 24-14, Richmond 27-16. LOB Rochester I, Richmond 9. 2B Thomas, Stesent. HR Pless. S Oldia, Bronstad, Deakin. sf Stevens. , In k r er bh so Ricketts (L, .7) .. J J . 2 Kurasa 2 j g g. A Bronstad (W. S-5).. 5 2 2 4 Balk Ricketts. TJ Beta. Llnsalata, Drummond. T 2:17. A J, 270. LXDu(sCg '55 PLYM. 4-dr. Slo. Wagon. O'drlr. R 4 H, lor business, pleas. '56 PONT. $ Starchief Hdtoo.. Hdra . R&H.t 2 tone beauty. y - SENECA MOTORS "Wnr Met Art Born" YOU AUTO 60 400 LAKE DaSOTO PLYMOUTH V miss... L!SU ' ' ."IIPHIIB II .. IT l Til lEElURY WIDE SELECTION OF MONTEREYS, MONTCLAIRS, STATION WAGONS AND CONVERTIBLES We're celebrating Ed Sullivan's 10th Anniversary on TV with our biggest money-saving event of the year. The Mercurys we're offering are the biggest, most powerful cars you can buy at such low prices. Sale lasts through month of June only so act fast! u MERCURY SEE THE MERCURY DEALER IN YOUR COMMUNITY. SMITH & OAK STS. ENGINEERS SCIENTISTS RCA is interviewing in ROCHESTER Sit our ad In thi Classified SictioR of this ntwspaptr. 1 WANTED , 2 Full-time representatives t.trfm nitionit compinr, minufaclurin luminum building iperiiltr produrtt, hat opening for two agjrtiiive, tjlert, nfl, inilur men to rail oa prospective buyen is tha Rocheiter Area. W aro 1 1 pariditn our Rothtiter divl lion and hate immediate npeninga for high -caliber men interested in above average, full year 'round employment. Salary and fommiiiioo, rompinr bene fin, promotion tommejiaurate with abil ity. Ctr Decenary. TO ARRANGE FOR INTERVIEW. CAM, MR. CANTER. CENTRAL MLES MANAGER. BETWEEN 10 12 AM OR 2 4 P.M. HA. 690S. ALSCO DISTRIBUTORS INC. Rochester, N. Y. ATKINS TUESDAY SPECIALS! OPEN EVES. AYE. 4, BUTCH CATALFO Don't 1295 xOJI 1495 Hawass? j SPECIAL SALE PERFORMANCE CHAMPION '

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