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Pgr S-yr" ". . "1 . "J PPbcorGiiDarQ Porterfield Prospers On Deal; Stuart Has Own Cheer Leaders 25 PiMiburgK Pa Today In Baseball Due Box Scores FIRST GAME CB. By LKSTER J. BIEDEKMAX Ircts Staff Writer ft 1 BIEDEK.MAN - ST. FAUL, Minn., May IS-Rr.b Porter-firtd. given his release by the Pirates and quickly snapped up by the Cubs, faced bis former teammates esterday in relief, Yield ing' BUI Mazeroski's second homer in the sixth inning of the opener. Porterfield made 'some money on the exchange of jobs, at that. . The. Senators invited him to pitch batting practice when they were at Yankee Stadium J&lid, offered him a Montis to sign. The next day, the Cubs calied him and tripled the Jponus, presumably $15,000, to go with them. And he jumped at the chance. A ear ago, the Pirates were 1913, trailed the Giants and Braves by four games, although they lost five of their last six 'games . . . The Yankees topped the American League by nine games . . . The Hues had four players hitting .300 or better: IfrjOik Thomas .326, Roberto Clemente and ftteeroski .31 1 and Bob Skinner .313. "-Thomas was top man in the majors in iHiriiiers (13) and KKN (34) and .Ma, and -KrC. Stevens each had the homers . . . 3V$b Friend was 6-2 a year ago, Yern Law Ji'ir lion Kline 4 3 and Koy Face 0 1. A year ago. Stan Musial was batting .419 'yujj 51 hits' in 30 games. Willie Mays .414 ami-Don Hoak (then with the Redsi .327 rrr Warren Spahn was 6-0. Don Elston 5-0, BobTuiley 6-0, Bobby Shantz 4 0 and Don Larsen 3 0. , Dick Stuart is believed to have set a record when he left a total of 53 passes, '2" one iiinlil and 28 the next, when the Pirates played in Los Angeles . . . Stuart explained he was havered hy relative and ririends hut warned them he couldn't guarantee a thing, although he'd put their names on the list. -Traveling Secretary Bob Rice exploded ftJiPn he saw the list 'of names on Stuart's list hut calmed down enough to allow the people to get through seats for themselves. the gate and find But lie warned Stuart neer again. Stuart, with a rooting section of 53 people, heat the Dodgers in those two games with home runs. Yesterday's opener was the first errorless game in the last six for the Pirates . . . St. Paul fans aie anxious to see two old favorites here in tonight's exhibition: Don Hoak, who once plajed for the Saints and Paul Giel, who did his football playing for Minnesota . . . Walt Morjn of the Cubs is being married today. The crowd of 32,017 in Chicago yesterday for the double-header was the largest to see the Bucs on the mad this season . . . The two Cub homers in the nightcap. Dale Long and Ernie Banks, came off 3-2 pitches , . . Dick Groat speared a low liner by Pinch-Hitter George Allman with two on and none out in the fifth inning of the second game for a DP. Roberto ( lemente's seeond game homer that idea red the left center bleachers touched off some excitement . . , Players and fans said they never before had seen a ball go over that section and it was close to a 500 -foot sock . . . Clemente, grinning all tbe. way from here to Puerto Kico, said he never hit a longer one . . . Pirates and Cubs hit 10 homers yesterday and 14 in the three game series, with the Bins getting eight. Southpaw Bill Tlenrv did a mag nificent piece of relief pitching in the final three and two-thirds innings for the Bruins . . . R, C. Stevens broke into the lineup for tho first time, baiting for Bob Smith in the ninth, and fifed out , . . Roy Face made his lllh appearance In the opener, his fourth in five games and fifth in the last seven contests and saved his second game. Monday, May 18. 19.59 National League W. L, Pet. Milwaukee .. 19 10 .6.Y San Francisco IS 14 .563 Los Angeles. IS 16 .529 Chicago IS 17 .517 Cincinnati ... .16 15 .516 Pittsburgh .. 1.) 16 .484 St. Louis .... 12 20 .375 Philadelphia . 11 19 .367 SATFKDAV NIGHT Milwaukee fi...l.os Angeles 0 VEST FKDAY PITTSBl HC.H 5. . .Chicago i Chicago ". . .riTTSBFKGH 6 Milwaukee 8...l.os Angeles 3 San Francisco 9. .Cincinnati 1 iH-v II) . C enene r i B... .-e,s c I'.'I.W c . s-Lrt. :a I S'ii! i b ) S.it'iier it .!a.rtKl, Fa-.e. p To'f.i rf T Tulnr. Pam Jh M.wii If 81 - L"iu 1 1 2 , T:inmnn Va,U if FiriMii r.h AB 4 4 0 4 0 3 11 .... 4 4 4 4 0 J6 (HI! IM) AB 2b i C-Kuit .... I Atiaers.m p A -Aitman . . , CU ICiDeul, p i B Aienli , . '. BUI.AUl! p DMaislia.l ! Tin RBI 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 RB! 0 Major League Summaries til I National League Brave 8 Dodger S v Miltonkr ....IflO tJl 010 14 O lt Anfrin ...0:0 100 010 3 8 1 AB-R-H Billion i-1 2 Mattlfwa S-1-1 Aa.on 4-1-i Cmr:nctn 0-1. Crtnda.l s-s-4 L;tn S-l-2 O Br.tn 4-1-: Srraetit t o i. eal 4-1-;. Dm'r 4-J-.1, l.:ir -n ; Huflx.ii 4-0 1 7imm 4 0-1. Piinaltna 4-0-1. RHI Bru'oll 2 Aaruii 2 t'uvuiEtun I ITIIIOIII, UBiiMl BUrd'Mr Neti D(UI- O in: 7.:mmn. S Sitii PO A Milmi- II 27-10 1.. Anc'. 27 -1 DC-X- 0 .N!, 7.imm r nti ljrift. Hikicm n1 - Ni I.B MKnuIitf 7 l.o Anjf 5. 1 2B Brulnn L".'n. O Brim HR Ofm. , 'w m:hi. rrnj!i i:t,, Aa mi illihi, !.Ml iJrd,. T 2 2S, A 49 147. ir H I II M IO Buid'tia . V 8 2 1 X 3 3 0 3 Drvsnall 1 1. 3-4 1 7 S 1 4 F'ii- 4 3 3 O 1 Snyflfr 1 , 1 0 8 0 I Giants 9. , .Reds 1 3 4 11 3 A l.inM iilM ,1o,;d f p!nv for Am1prwn m ndii fiiw out f..r P,milliiil In mli. C Ran fnr S Taflm In nin'h p vvalkffl fir Builiarili m ninth. ... w 1 ..i., riri'MmH :oin 1 liiiwii iiiiiit ai CI. ( hlram 010 011 001 4 ppd., rain. TODAY (L. 4 4- C'I.EMKNTE Sugar Pleads 'Money In Bank' NEW YORK, May IS (I 'PI) Sugar Ray Robinson's chief defense at today's title hearing was expected to he a "money-in-the-lwnk" $225,000 guarantee to Carmen Basilio. Irving B. Kahn, president of so Teleprompter Corp., said hej would festify that he has: placed S225,0()0 in the Chemical I Corn Exchange Rank of New! VrtvLr aa n aiiyrantPf tn fiasiliO; linn fii n h1""""1 ' 1 1 i son, at Philadelphia. Sept. 21. I Jim Hearn Gets Axe From Phils PHILADELPHIA. May IS The Phillies announced today that Pitcher Jim Hearn was given his unconditional release. Hearn. 36, spent the bulk of his career with the Cardinals and Chants. In two seasons with the Phillies, he had a 10-1 record. He had no record far this vear. I III ) Today's Baseball AMERICAN I.EAGl'E Detroit 213 0 . ... 100 0 Running rtu n n t i mtrl and lUlfi. Milium. Hu GRAND OPENING LOOK BETTER! FEEL BETTER! Bower Named YM-WHA Coach Richard Bower, physical education teacher in Bethel, has been named swimming coach at Ihe Y.M&-WHA. Rower form- ; o r 1 y coached the Jamestown (N'.Y.) YMCA boys' and girls' s w i m mine teams as well as the James-t o w n H i g h School souads. A giaduate Bower of the Brockport (N.Y.) State Teachers College, he is studying at Pitt lor his masters in education. MiUaukff al San Franrisco -Spann 14-4! s. .I'Hipj 1 3-4 ' . Cinrlnna'i at l.o Aiii ( n i ; n t .. timiiii i l-Oi oi Mab 1 2 -1 ) i. Williams 1 1 -0 1 . Only fampa achfilulfd. TOMORROW Pilt-bHtrh at SI I iul. n 1 1 h t . PH4r!fl!ia at Chira.if NiirAi,kc al San Fiaiu'lii-o. n.pht. LnKtnna'.t al U,s Anifeiea, n.gaU American League L. Pet. S Ban PO A Pitlshurgh 27-I ' n !' 2. II . PT T Tavl.v Bi,k Pu:kf ki i.i.in ri.iaK l. a v Marro- A -kpi k! aim is.m Hak Ma;iki and Rudolpn' ''".'' ' -'"uic1k. lrdon HR Thfimsmi Millar (W 3-Op (Incinnali ...lOO 000 Odfll S x San f ranrlM-a .100 0-0 400 9 10 AB R H Plll.1.111 41-3 Lynch 4 0-2 Tl.uniai 4-O-t. R.f: S2-5 Kl'H'and 3-2-1 Mai 1-1 Wanr 3-1-2, Ainu 0 10 i fiMHla 4 0 2 RR1 l.ytnn Muni VUi- ur 2. Cfijttla 2 Sfii.i, E MrMil'an. Ti-mpif Millfi DavwiLH.n Po-A Cin-irun.ll 24H Ran Fianrlw-n 27- PP . Th'imn lmpi and Rainnson LOR Ciricinnati San Fiaiu-.tn s. 2R Pihun Knttiand Mayn. Oofda 3B Wairnr II B R.ler. ' 3 t: a. inn 000 s ,,h,. sr Pinnm. Onma. T - 3 20. A 23 725 - t t v - '-' ; 'I h tf . Ms,- . Yanks 3, Athletic 2 rmiT i.4it Km. (ir , 001 00') 010 3 10 w Turk .... 000 000 001 1 T 0 AR-R-H H.'!i 4 0-1. UiWi HOI, B"Oil 4-1-2. Atirn 4-1-3. H. 3 0 1. Smith 3-0-1 IHxrt 3-0-1, Bar 4 0 1. r.ur.'iP 4-0-1. Bt:i 4-0-1 ia:-r 11-0 Saujmrr 2-1-1. So, iron 1-0-1. Rihat-fan 0 1-0 Larvwi -0-2 RBI Ma!ll, (:v Baur. Sknrri. Lirwi. E Smith. Matin PO-A Kanu C;t? 'V7 ion mil v-ttrn mnm.' r in acixl. , Yk 27-1 1. DP McDeitfi 4 and Kuan. Mi'Duil. Kuo anii Hi -a-d UB Kailfii O'y Sr Vork 10. 2B H'u. I.optr Da HR Mar a l th i. SK Cfiv. T 2 22. IP H I ID Mill ! (I., 1-31 . S 6 3 3 3 S TT.- I, 1 0 0 0 0 Uricn i W, 3-01 9 10 1 1 I Athletics 10, Yanks 0 Klnui City Srw Vrk . 4ih Vndon. Ma. ( in rwki 2 Lon 4th I4liu 6 S'h' SB sunnar ir o o 2 II 3 2 0 II III 3 3 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 HR All 3 1 IW. J-ll. 1 1.. 2 2 GB. Cleveland ... Chicago Baltimore ... Washington . Kansas City.. Boston New York . . . Detroit 39 20 IS 17 11 U 12 10 .6.x-12 .62.") 14 m: 17 .500 16 .467 17 .533 17 .414 10 20 .333 5'v 6-2 7 9's MSTFRDAY . . . .Chicago Washington Kansas Oly . .New A oi k . .Cleveland . .Baltimore Detroit Washington 4. Chicago 10 New York 3. . . Kansas City 10 " Baltimore 8., Cleveland 8... Boston JO 11 Innings. TODAY IVInilt II B.l,.n I'hlcaan al vtatlitnftnn. (nicliil Wj'iin i V J l v $tht,a I 1 -3 ). (li'vf and at Balurnnif (night) Kfiiaie.Mi (3-1 i v Blown 0-1. Onlf t-ami-a tsrhi'dulPd TOMORROW ricvpland at Wa'.ini.itcin nltht. clil-aD at Balumiiir, nuht. r"'li.,n ai S(m Vnik iiIkiii Karuai Ciiy al BnMon, mtlit, League Leaders S4 I IOSAI. I I At.l I" O AB R, H A.fnn. Mllntilkcf . . 21124 24 0 Bnrlr, I'ilt.butth ?H 'l. II .HO Mm San I'raniKiO 32 132 '29 48 'lMnl Clin mnail . 3 1 127 23 4 1 Pill inn. ('liirinnall . 31 123 2ti 43 C'alldall Mlluaiikrv V't li t 1 37 ('iimill, SI U'uit . . 33 I2t 21 41 l)Mllflr. I.m All.rlM M J 2 4 2 1 40 Buniin, Miltuki-t 24 I'ti IK 31 mammas, si. I '"m 3 1 M 8 26 AMI Kit AN Kiicnn Dpii Jit . . . rlllra;,! Manx Kan (My. Kallltp, Iriii!il ... . -..lav It ... I'linHnnd. Rumi'-U, Hnti'ii . . . I'miap', ClrwI.llKi , . sii-nkUnd ripvfiand i .enin B""l"il . . . KK'.rtMHl N.w Y'i'k Tuttlf, Kaifi Clly 1 I M.t K (,' AB. R. H 2 4 !3 12 3 8 3 2 1(4 1 4 30 1 1 7 24 40 30121 12 42 20 1 1 T 2 1 111 30 1 14 II 3H 2'l 114 27 40 2 i 10 1 2 0 3 1 2 H IT 11 2 2 I 1 0 2 II 2H Ml 1 24 Pot 4-t 3H7 34 3 III 3 ts 32 7 320 3 2 i 32 I 313 Rci 404 .3 it II .312 ,34 1 3 3 3 ,3 11 .3 2 1 3. Ml 3 1 0 .313 .313 lav Kara An.tf ra.m r.i.ifini-id Bu!it:-lt . i I.a nit. hd C lac k.xukl .ik. 12 2 3. IP H R ) 1 4 0 O 4 .1 .11 .3 3 0 in fo hailMt in ninni ' Ciawlwd, Delmoit, B.i American league . . .White Sox riKtr i. ami: SECOND C.AMK nrihi r(,m rf Hoak to i "iPlrf IO f Rurni'Mi c . . , KluvfAkki lb k:nna If MaidOAki, 2h I.IHI. St . . . . Virdon c ... R Rllfiit . , . . Mi-llan . , , . I'lHiilfl. p . . . , A S' uarl , . , . Sim' ;, p . . . . v -S'pv rna AB 1 0 2 Tolali ....... ,31 T Tv;..i Hack 3ii Ban ..a M.iivn It 1 win I h Tr.oitxon i Waiia if S Tvlw llohh p, p llfiiiy, u CIIK 4110 AB 'J 7 V Senators i o 1 o 4 3 2 l o o China ......loo ooo oio j J t 0 0 1 W a. hunt . . Oil 000 Olli 4 7 0 AB R H Anaiiiin 3 21. F,l 4 0 t Tortemn 4 0 I, mi'h 4 0 1 Phlllli 3 0 1. Pfaraon 4 01 KiCrtu 4-1 2 Sir ri-a 4 10 l.mcn 4 -1 2, Bfituia 4 - 1 2 RBI Ti.lt'xm Ipinon. Barliila F. Apartrlo ft i A Oliu ak-i 24 tvatjiint mn 37 4 I.OB Chli'tiu 4. W adiniklon ft .'II KiHiimi Smith HR l.pm.m i 9'h . Rartoli t.Mhl. SB Apanci" T - 1 1) IP H I II M MO Oonfuan II.. 11 1 1 3 I I 0 stain- 4 1 0 0 e laman I 1 0 0 0 3 Ram- iW, 4 4 i . S 2 1 3 4 SIXTH VICTORY of sea-son by Lew Burdette over Dodgers, 8-3, yesterday put Braves 21 2 games in front. Oriole 8, Indians 7 sicosn r.4,MK 0H0 000 2.?0 10 11 0 000 000 000 0 10 AB-R-H Tuttii 4 3 3 Ward 4-0 2. Had.py i-3-l. Maim 3-2-0 Can- V-l-3, Horn 5-1-1. Williimt 3-1-1. DMjmt1 4-1-1. Cum 3-0-1. Baur 3-0-1. Kui 1-0-1 RBI Tu'ilf. Ward Ha.li'v 1 r.v. H..u 3 VUiiumi 3 PO-A klnfal (1 27-12 Nw Vork 27-M DP Hr.uif a, d M!ri. !j"iB Klnui On 5 .v ' Yo.k 4 HR Williams fta.1 I 2nd 1 S Onm, l.opi. T 3 09. A 2S 387. ' . IP H R IR RR So Grim 1 4-3' . 3 0 0 3 7 Snnd Dt it., 0-3 1 1 1 1 5 A 1 3 Ma. 4:, 4 0 0 Kurk 2 3 4 4 Ollmar 1 0 0 0 n British In Final MKM l.ttlf ClMfl.nd O.'O 001 400 007 RaltiMort 001 101 10,3 01 8 I I'. H 1 1 i 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 RBI 1 RBI 1 (1 Toia',1 3 2 7 9 A Simi.-k nut tot IVmieia In rnth R --Klied nut lor Vndon in ciyhth. C Filed nut for Small in ninth. I'll HHI Rl.H 100 111 Oil i Chliaan 000 230 20i 7 t T.mal. PO A -- Piitnlniisli 94 Chi ratn 27-M DP - T Tavloi. Banka an. I l.mit' tli'l and Klufi 1AH Pitta tiiitih . ca.ii-icg 4 2B T. Iltloi 2 RilrKP Vlntun h Tavlnr. Marar.Mkl III! Hoak iJudi, Loin iSlhi Bank-HMhi. Skmnai 1 41 ! It . I'luniw i3nrti SK--ClMncni. T Tavloi If H III RB till llanlHa it,. 1 31 7 5 f 1 5 -unfit 3 12 0 13 Hnl.luf , w .5 .t , S '", 1 4 4 1 3 Hum .. ...3, 3 1 3 1 4 WP - Hohlii V 3'iawfnid Pfinmia Barllck, .lto-kl. T 3 10 A 33 017, Pirate Averages Rl SS BAI H D IN National l.aiir Anifruan Innf Banks, rutin ., 35 Klllrinr. SMI 31 Aaiun, BiaviH . 34 Trlaiidos Onolra 2( liohms'm, Hwla 32 Orv AH;lfll' . 15 IVniftPi rtodnPrl .32 l.pmon. Si'iiaima 25 Man, Claim .. 31 Alllion, .Srnalun 24 HKMP. Naliunal !aur Mtllicn. Brivi-i 14 Anion. Biai-Tn , 1 tiemfipr. podiipri t Hank'.. Culi. . . 9 Rtitiinf.un. Keda Ml SR Amrriiatl l.H Killdnpo Srti, 14 Colavltu. Indiana 1 1 Ji-liscit. Rrd so 9 Mam. AUtl'lii" 9 l.pmon, .Si-natoti 9 Kia 11 Srl:o(lP,d KUkl Ril i'i . Biulil . . Nrlaon . sunn . . Urnifnif loom . , Karl1 . . , VlHl. Hi . Hoak . . . skniti-! . Vta.rn-kl Fneiid . Mi -Ian . Kol . , llaill . tlanlflt , Law ... Kiln . . H'ai klirn Slpt PH. , S1111II1 . , i;n-i . . . Oiuaa., . Mndai. Ma. III. 1D59 R4I HSU All II H (R 3R HR RRI frt 0 14 17 Id 28 22 2 5 13 0 2 4 10 4 1 1 7 5 I 3 II 3ft 15 (t 2 3 1 1 4 0 4 1 91 IT 25 7 32 142 23 37 4 .34 1 23 1 5 31 3 It 4 0 10 32 124 12 30 3 3 I 22 1 II It 2A 9 3 II 2 2 34 I 28 15 .30 K 14 3 3 18 21 8 7 )3 8 1 0 4 53 3.3 1 5 5 8 15 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 3 19 1 I 0 4 ft 18 1 14 S 18 0 0 1 8 2 1 I 4 I 1 5 15 0 I t Hon 500 3U 38', 313 218 272 28 I 352 .250 '.'4 ) 33 3 IV 334 214 II 1 213 3 00 3 0 0 .175 olio 000 ooo 000 oon .000 WhH Sox 10, Senator, 7 t hiral H a.hmitfln AB Pt -13-1 andia 4 0 I'm tfcihut It COM) OA MK 0 I I 20L'- .101 01 1 0 000 HO 7 -Aian in 4 3 2 Ko 1. loli.' 5 1 3. lino. 1 1 , Pillion. 4 0 1. si, i . ! 5 0 2 1 I einon 1 5 0 1 AH R H H-id 5 1 P"r 5 2-2 Minoso 5-1-2. Mon 5-1-0. S riifciaiol . u j ..ju.ii 3 . P. . 8-11. B..yd 5-3-1. Nirmau 5 21. T lau-d.. 5 1-3. Klaua 5 0 I. Pilaiua 5 1. 1'arrnu.uri 5-1 J. W.avllloj 1-0-1, Wa kfl 10 1 RBI P.anall Pofi 'lli.uao Sln.-k land, Mt'Llalt, Tat. Tiiandoa 3 KUiik 2 W.HHiltiu E- ila'dnrr, 'rnati,l..ii (ana. oun. Kit in Martin Sirukland 1 Pt)-A dat fian.l 12-14 lT.,1 oui m-m wlunini.' mn J.O.M. Ra,limop 11-10 PI' Strlrkiar.d. Ma-tln and Power 2 1.0R Ciraiand 8 Raltlinuif 10 3B-Ta.hy HH--Tnando i( In T--3 32 IP H R I R RR 8I Mcl.l'h ,10 II 7 3 3 4 Pfrr 'I. Oil , 2 1 1 P iti'-a.iaio . . . . 8 ' , 7 5 3 In; tivn 2 1 1 2 2 0 ttaikpr iV .3 0! 3 10 0 Ll'ljANO, Switeiland. May IS '- Roy Emci ison of Aus- .... I : r, . 1 1 . 1 ' . .: l. . t iiictiirt niffts nniy iVMigiii, tu 4! Britain today in the finals of th Swiss international tennis tourney. TODAY'S Rutin tnr , Drtron HOMERS Ihi.-d liinuii. isfi. 1 0 Pfi'on 5 J 2 A i it i!btaw 5-3 3 hiein 5 11, i 0 2 P'irltr J-l-2. Saniloid ittOlllT 1 I I KBI--t'o 2 Undia 3 li.Kai 2 T.u t n 2, Pii.hi, Alluon K'llan tw 3 -ainfotd Bev'yuai K KiiVtura Anai-.-io 'D-A iTili-aioi 37-9 W asl ,ii(h.ii 27 12 ,P Samfoid Brrlola Hid S'ari Anau in. Kox and Turfmen l.ilR -L'hi' afo 5 Aa.lilnlon 10 2B- l.ol ai. .saintotd 41!loli 2 Foa 3R Tiniaaon, Bi",-,iiiai IR Klllrbrc.' 2 l l.'th 14ihi SB - Anatlllo 2 Alli.on Tora.on lol.ai -Kitchi'i. Slu. r l and. a T 3 55 4 22 240. Indian 8 I lfiil.i.4 , RallliiMtr , A B R H - Powfr 5 12. C,.i 4 12 Mum 5 l-l B'll 3 11 Taii Oriolfs lt (IM) l.ltll . , (III J 1 O I 400 - . . . 002 -Hfld 4 000 2 2. 8 10(1- i liaidv ,. 5 . 2 sl'im'aiot 0 2 Bold 4-1-2 ' -.haw I. own Pihi i I'lfvMiiat Hfd . . . Rnmunitsky W, J 0 I . ' u 3-i i ! IP i!i s 1 3 H 14 I 8 0 3 ! 1 II I til 8 8 11 1113 8 5 0 3 0 0 0 2 2 2 3 2 1111 Rati Sox 10, TiPI 1 Kla.ia 3 0 1 t-arraiyuH 3 - i I Pawaa 3 -10 RRI- -IMki-i-3 ( olantn ..lniun Sunk land. It'll, Tali 3 Ho).l K llroil I'an pit It' A Oii-ltnd 27 10 Bail iuo 17-11 OP CtrrtwiuH and Rord Ma lo id Sirlrkianrt UB Clr.r and B,ii nioi ( JB ( ana.iiu'i ,Niv P')in HR Mlnnw (5th T-J 37. A 2 1,1-7, IP Btll l'. 1 II . . 9 Cappl. 1 1., 4-1 I 8 fnlinaon 3 Hitnlimtn 1 V WHO ! rs m ftAii? ) 5 - f n o (O W by .'.'(5 D. T M,,i ..... & Traynor I " i ' J-l (la i-itnat : vy Ml S Who tin rlttm 'h rrro'H Inr thf mO'i .nkrou:5 "v in one tton' S Hi-ilt H 7 9 2 0 R I R RR 81) 5 .3 1 3 t 1 1 1 Detroit 00 1 OOO 000 - 1 t 1 Rinlun . .. ,lll 012 DIM -10 II 0 AB H H--VOH 2 I 1. IMxinn 5 0 1 Maxorll .3 0 I Kilnin I II I. RnOitra I. 0 , 1 Da 'f I 0 I. Kronen 5 2 1 Hun nrlK 4 1-2 .11 n I 0 titieii 4 t 4 Dll 4-1-1 huddm 5 12 I)o. 4 0 1 RHI Kaona Kmioko 3 HunnrL 3 M'ltliania i.rinan ttairv Hiulu n t Bo. lint P A IVu.ilt 218 Button 27 II, l. IB Detroit 11 R 'on 12 2 M -Runnala Dale 3B Runnel MR (If I -nert Hihi. hfmeii (3ndl. sr Williama T 3 42 A 17,180, Fnv'ai Dvi S .'- Ilk k il.. 1 1 IP 1 J 3 IR BR 84) 8 4 2 3 ; i a 4 ; 3 1 3 III 1 1 t 3i 3 Fire Aces TIiipp district golfers made hops yesterday: W. D. 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