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PAGE SIXTEEN INDIANA EVENING GAZETTE. INDIANA. PENNSYLVANIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 27. 19S4. Majors' 1st Shakedown Cruise Starts DEAN HICKS, who keeps close tab* on Bill Hunter, Steve Demeter and Kenny Keller, has some bad news for fans of those performers this morning. Hunter, Orioles shortstop, is hitting .143 and his fielding (normally a strong point) has dropped to .917. Ills figures for various departments are 35 at bats, three runs, five hits, one RBI, one double, one triple, two sacrifices, one hit by pitcher. two stolen bases, 18 putouts, 26 assists, four errors and four double plays. i Statictics include Sunday's doubleheader with the \ A former Indiana High gridder Chicago White Sox. Hunter is tied with a couple of other i h « **«n named tc a head football player, in leading the stolen base department. ' COK *»* £·"»» ·* ."" Demeter, iTonfy three games through last Thursday, had »*» **«* * »·»»«» ont ait in nine at bats. That was a homer in the opening gamei and drove in his only RBI. He has no putouts, four assists, two| errors and one double play. His average js .111 at the plate. wag j ect ed tola, grid job on April and .667 in the field. However, the low number of games is no 5. He graduated from Indiana High measure of value for Steve. Give him a month or so. ' · -And Keller, the former Bell Township athlete, is hitting over 100 points below last year's figure at the University of North Carolina. IndianaGradIs BIGLEAGUE ROOKIES ··· No New Grid Boss At Oregon Post w/u. - mftmm «r · w r "»WfvW^^W" WALLY rcsr. in 1MO. McGinnis went directly into the United States Army after graduation, serving for six years. During his service period, he played for SPORTS TIDBITS--Last week Earl Hewitt Sr. informed 8ever * 1 ***** ** teams us of the death of Frank Mt. Pleasant, the Carlisle Indian gridder who had a stop at Indiana Normal as football coach. After his discharge from the Army, he entered the University of John Harwick, sports writer for the college paper, dug upj^ He" re'ceivefM? ££?3 the information that Mt. Pleasant won 23 of 28 games as coach lfl5L of the local club. He spent the 1911-12-13 era in Indiana and! fa toe fau ^ 1M1 he took the ! turned out Pennsylvania normal school champs his last two.job of head baseball coach andj (freshman football coach at Kla- muth Falls where he has been years. The 1911 team won five of nine, losing three and tying one. The 1912 team was undefeated in nine games, scoring ever «nce. 880 points to 13 for the opposition. In hit last year at the ---helm, Mt. Pleasant's charges dropped one of 10 eontett, Frj»r.Ui« TiA/r\ ontMoring their foes 288 to 48 point*. rraniUin I Wp. ODDS AND ENDS--Remember Stan Parkenheimer, the'01 IDS · former Eiski teacher who hurled for Saltsburg in the B. P.j Q O T O ; League a few yean back. j QV O I O 2 Stan managed the pennant-winning Laughlintown Colts * last season in the Ligonier Valley Baseball League. He is considered a good bet to step into the role as commissioner of the loop this year. Stan, who teaches at Ligoner High School. wa» with the St. Louis Browns daring the war. THIS AND THAT -- Manager Adam Cardellino of the .eiders Ridge 2 o i.ooo Blairsville Colts had some 40 to 50 candidates for the entry in! Franklin Twp 2 o Looo' 'the Derry-Unity League. Blairgvifle iron one cycle last season, I Bell-Avon a l .$67 but lost in the playoffs. (Saitsburg o 2 .two The Kentucky Derby wffl be broadcast and telecait ApoUo o a .000 by CBS Saturday, Hay 1. Air time will be 5:16-5:46 p. m. (XDT). SECTION 12 Yesterday's Besnlta Franklin Twp. 8. Apollo 2 Elders Ridge at Saltsburg until today) The Standing* (ppd. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. Behiad Brooklyn . . . Cincinnati . . New York . St Louis . . Philadelphia Milwaukee . . 4 Chicago 4 Pittsburgh . . 5 4 5 S 5 ff 5 5 a .636 .583 .545 .300 .455 .444 .444 .385 1 1% 2 2 2 3 NATIONAL LEAGUE Today'i Games Brooklyn at St Louis (night)--Roe (0-1) vs. Staley (1-1) New York at Milwaukee (night)-Gomez (0-2) vs. Buhl (0-1) Philadelphia at Chicago--Konstanty (0-1) vs. Rush (1-1) Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (night)-- Surkont (1-1) vs. Valentine (0-2) \ Yesterday's Results | No games scheduled Tomorrow's Games Pittsburgh at Cincinnati New York at Milwaukee Philadelphia at Chicago Brooklyn at St. Louis AMERICAN LEAGUE ' W Chicago 7 Detroit 6 i Washington New York . 1 Philadelphia Cleveland .. Boston Baltimore .. L 4 .636 4 .600 6 4 .600 5 5 .500 S 5 .500 4 6 .400 4 6 .400 4 7 .364 AMERICAN LEAGUE Today's Games Intersectional Series Open; It's Been Crazy Season Up To How Chisox Come East Hoping To Fatten First-Place Margin Against Yanks By JACK HAND AP Sports Writer Blame it on the weather, the H-bomb or the McCarthy hearings but this looks like one screwball baseball season. Ransom Jackson hits like the late Shoeless Joe Jackson. The New York Giants win three straight shutouts. Cleveland benches a .419-hitting first baseman. The New York Yankees bat a sour .220 while the Chicago Cubs slug at .326. Rookies Wally Moon of the St. Louis Cards and Bill Tuttle of Detroit ride in the .400-plus stratosphere. Now come sthe showdown, the majors first shake* down cruise of the season with the first intersectional tests. It's about time. The Chicago White Sox come East in first place, winning seven of their last eight and ready to take advantage of the Yankees' spotty spring form. Paul Richards, ho has contended all along tha "the Yanks can te beaten," lists a former Yankee, Dn Johnson, to open in Yankee St. Stephens InKofC League Lead Pet. Behind'Stadium today. With Nellie Fox and Johnny Groth among the top ._ 10 hitters, Ferris Fain tops in runs] st - Stephens 24 % batted in and Graddy Hatton re-| st - Nicholas 23 'lieving Minnie Minoso of his third-!St. Williams ....... 22 base chores, the So;- look like a I st - Peters 22 2% HERE AND THERE -- Racing dates of interest to local hone followers at Charlestown Jockey Club in West Virginia are July 5-Angust 14. At Waterford Park in Chester, West Va., the dates are May 26-July3. Bill Hunter was seen in action Saturday on television on the Game of the Week over Altoona station. He is also to be seen this coming Saturday when Orioles visit Philadelphia Athletics. This reporter left the game too early Saturday, missing Hunter's laterinning triple. However, a call came in ; from Duke Bnrkholder, DnBois High grid mentor and my boss in 1944-45 at BeHwood-Antis. He and his brother-in- law, Wally fields, an assistant at Altoona High, were in town. The pair, this reporter and Dick Farabaugh, Indiana : coach, got together. The two coaches will send their squads against each other 1 next fall in the opening of What may be a long series. You . should have heard the moaning. A football coach can show more anguish than * youngster on the wrong end of a paddle. White Sox, Giants Could Back Up Pre-Season Experts By JAYLE TALBOT * NEW YORK UB--Thosa experts who had the moral fiber to go against the book and pick either the Chicago White Sox or the New York Giants, or both, to win the pennant in their respective leagues . suddenly are in position to point with pride as the first importat intersectional tests open today. The Giants, invading the hostile West, are riding high on the wings of three successive shutout victories over the Phillies having almost overnight vaulted from their * league cellar into hot contending position and demonstrated in the process that their pitching is back at its '31 level. It was good enough that year to win a flag. From Leo Durocher down, the club was riding the clouds when it pulled out for Milwaukee last night The common thought in the party was that the most important test will come when the veteran Larry Jansen tries his luck, probably in the second game against the Braves. Jansen looked fine in exhibitions out West, but has been handicapped by groin t r o u b l e lately. i rntST PLACE I As for the White Sox, they be-fan to look exactly like the ball 1 club that their manager, Paul Richards, said they would be. They were in first place as they collided with the team they have to beat, the champion Yankees, at the Stadium here today. The opportunity was there for them to strike a telling blow at Casey Stengel's wobbling forces. As Richards dreamed all spring, his first baseman, Ferris Fain, appears to have regained his batting eye after an inexplicable lapse'into mediocrity last season. Fain is knocking in runs again, and Grady Hatton. obtained recently from Cincinnati, seems to be the nearest, thing to an adequate third base- nan the Sox have had lately. One of the most important pieces of newt at this stage concerns Mickey Mantle and the failure of the Yankee "pheenom" to hit, especially when he swings lefty. The kid packed a batting average of .1C7. Re had not made a hit in hti past 10 trie* against right-hand pitching and bad struck out seven time* to that stretch. Hurricane Slowed To Mild Breeze By Slade Smaller Man Batters Number Three Contender In Unanimous Decision NEW YORK (APi--The hurricane season is on the .Chicago at New York--Johnson j0-0) vs. Ford (0-0) Cleveland at Boston--Garcia (0-2) vs. Nixon (1-0) Detroit ,at Philadelphia (night)-Gray (0-1) vs. Ditmar (0-1) Baltimore at Washington (nignt)-- formidable challenger to Yanks. The Yanks haven't been able to hit any kind of pitching, left or right. Although every manager saves up the southpaws for New Johns 18 St. Charles 17 St. George 16 St. Vincent 15 L 15 16 17 17 21 22 23 24 Pet. .615 .590 .564 .564 .462 .436 .410 .385 St. Stephens moved into the lead York, they »vere shut out Satur- j in the K of C Bowling League and day by a rookie right-hander. Bob can wrap up the second-half title Trice, in Philadelphia. 14V^| *** * «"«.*»«*--»!*.«.·«·. . Detroit, a real surprise in the'day. with a good performance Thurs- first two weeks, opens its first trip in Philadelphia, where the "new APOLLO -- Kozmack, Franklin Township hurler. paced his team into a first-place with Elders Ridge in Section 12, WP1AL activity here yesterday as the Murrys- vflie team clipped Apoiio, 8-2. iwane in the heavyweight ranks. Elders Ridge at Saltsburg was' Hurricane Tommy Jackson, who climbed from prelim Turley (1-1) vs. Porterfield (1-1)'look" A's appear tougher than Yesterday's Results No games scheduled Tomorrow's Games Baltimore at Washington (night) Detroit at Philadelphia (night) Chicago at New York Cleveland at Boston usual. Tuttle, the Tigers' new center fielder, is off to a fine start but it's too early to buy him as postponed until this afternoon. Kozmadc limited the Goldr- Tigers to two hits, one a triple by Ker H anX e lt« V ::mmiS plam * d retreat ^flashing^counter-fire'^Me'wiping ^ S error' committed unanimous 10-round decision last night at Brooklyn's Eastern Parkway. boy to No. 3 contender on three sensational fights is back in the pack, deflated at the hands of clever Jimmy Slade. Spoiler Slade exposed Jackson's weakness for a well- Bill Halli was rapped for only four safeties, but f ave up 12 free tickets and his teammates booted three. Franklin Twp. had runs in each of the first three frames and two in the seventh. Apollo picked up its tallies hi the fifth. The summary: FranUnt Skeo*s RestauriJ Mares.c Noc«,l Thompi'njn CassoleJ Peters'iM- Stuck* Kozmack.p A * 2 4 4 1 3 2 3 3 1 A B 0 Shafier.* l l 2 Ttcnleun 3 0 0 Judge Bert Grant had it 7-3,,' Judge Americo Schiavone 6-4 and I Referee Barney Felix 5-4-1. The| AP card also was solid for Slade 7-3. WANTS HIM AGAIN Sports Fare TUESDAT Tri-Countr League ... T , . . ,. Indiana at Conemaugh All Jackson wanted to talk about Westmont at Johnstown in the dressing room was "I want *--- "t*TM B .. ebmll v Homer City Sets Practice Schedule HOMER CITY -- Approximately 150 youngsters turned out here last night for the opening practice session of the Homer City Little League. Commissioner Mike Supinka at nounced the following schedule: Tuesday-8-9 year olds, Wednesday-10, Thursday-11, Friday-12, Saturday everyone. If it rains tonight, the 8-9 group will practice tomorrow and the schedule will roll back a day. Evening sessions are at 6 p.m., Saturday at 1 p.m. 1 Roas.1 1 Halli.p 0 Gourl'yJ 0 Wyble j 0 Previnej 0 Bernat.c · Burned a-McCul'tS Total! · . . » « « Totals .. . ·--Grounded out for Burns in 7th Seere By laataci Franklin Twp. m ora Apollo 000 OSS Two-base Hits: Restauri, Kara*. Three-base Hit: Wyble. him again. I won't fight nobody ISTC at Clarion », else. I want him back. I ain't gon- E iae«Ridge | na let him get started next time." Jackson's management, however, has other plans. He is signed for a May 28 date at Madison 0 0 Duquesne Golfers Trip Indiana Collefiate Track ISTC-W. and J.-Slippery Rock County League Homer City at Pine Township WEDNESDAY Square Garden with Charley Nor-1 slippery Rock°". e t fl KTc B *" b " 1 kus. ! THURSDAY Tri-County League Sammy Golden, one of the Hurri-, ££·»*]?»._·* ?"?"»_*. cane's three managers, thought his weight of 194% to Slade's 181% I . ... coiie«i.te_ His best i iISTC was "a little heavy." weight is around 191. ISTC « California BLAMED HIMSELF Bell-Avon at Elders Ridge Jackson blamed himself for "tafc- Fr « nklln T^P- « saiubure . . . , . , County Learue ing a lot of rounds to paw through 'Homer City at Marlon Center his laziness." Late.- he was talking! st . Vincents « C a££*' about "people bothering me." One.st. George vs st. Williams Pl'rxSBURGH -- Duqussne Uni-| minute he said Slade was "a good st - NicholM vs st - Stephens, 9=15 p.m. versity golfers trounced ICTC/14% I-3%, here yesterday afternoon for RairtHalts ISTC, Duquesne Fray PITTSBURGH -- ISTC was leading Duquesne, 1-0, here yesterday afternoon when rain halted the contest in the bottom of the seventh inning. The Big Indians had the bases loaded in the opening frame, but only one run crossed when a hard shot by Steve Formento was turned into a double play in the Dukes infield. Coach Sam Smith said the game would not be rescheduled. boy" and the next he said "there's, nothing to him. Bucceroni, all the 1 *'*" »t ISTC rest, they're better than him." It was Jackson'^ second defeat in his 19-bout career. He zoomed to FEIDAT Collegiate Track Collet-late Tennis ·Clarion at ISTC Seholutic Track 'Pine Twp. The match was run off at Churchill Valley Country Club. Hal Caprafa, Duquesne's ace the top by knocking out Rex Layne leadoff man, fired a 69, one under j in his first main event, whipping ! Snippensbur « at ISTC a * ame * Colleflate Baseball Scholastic Track par, to be low scorer. He had | Clarence Henry and then stopping JTri-CouBty Me«t at 'Johnstown ------ ---- five birdies. Walter Wiggins shot a 79 ISTC for low score, but lost three points to Caprara. Other results Ray Udavchak 3. Leo Gispanski (I), 0 Dom DeBonis 3. Jim Rafferty (I), 0 Ken Nusser (I) 2, Jim Maddksn, 1 Al Solensky 1%. Jim Dayak (I), 1% Bucceroni, all in 1954. for strength oi those scraps h On the 1 WHAT'S ON TV Tuesday was an WJAC--6:10 p.m.--Sports Page with Latrobe Eagles Win Opening lWRolloff The leaders took two of thre* from St. Vincent's .to move a game in front uf St. Nicholas. The latter team lost two of three to St. Charles. St. Peters and St. George took phenom. two of three from St. Williams and The East will watch with interest st John respectivel Cleveland's switch of Al Rosen to first to make room for rookie Rudy Regalado. The move, of course, sent Bill Glynn (.-.9) to «ic bench. The Indians open ih Boston today the Red Sox, v. o ^ave been hurt badly by tne injury to Mel Paruell, following Ted Williams' brcken col" '··one. Both the Indians anu Red Sox hr /e been for the I and W Bowling League crown. The second-half champs had decisive margins in every game, led by R. Watkins who put together a 573 triple. He had games of 166, 200 and 207. Novak had hign single for the winners with 211. Latrobe will roll at Blairsville Saturday at 8 p.m. in the match. Corbelli of St. George had high triple -- 480. and high single -197. The summaries: Petrosky Babyak . Medvitz .....,,".".".". ~93 Vargo 74 Corbelli 137 Total* $si ST. JOHN Nealer 91 ST. GEOEGE 107 93 126 69 132 197 *0 109 111 111 146 273 317 480 Sit s«7 113$ .500. It. seems odd to call Baltimore}^ ^^ a "Western" team but the Orioles I j. LaMantia open their tour b. coming to Washington tonight. After getting six complete games from the]' 1 ' 01 ' 1 * pitching staff in the first eight starts, the Orioles ran into trouble 109 140 90 110 112 103 147 105 157 114 97 135 347 391 333 320 292 33S at Chicago over the weekend. To stanko get them back on the right T. Corbelli L. Violi . . . JA. Bruno ......... 143 the LATROBE EAGLES Bucci Fry ............... 163 132 H. Watkuut ....... MS 200 Keta ............. 144 C. WatklJM ........ 176 186 Novak ............ 211 182 207 203 14S 160 Orioles plan on who lost .: Cleveland in his last start, against the Senators. 131 . . . , , f r 140 starting BobJMiheUc"..."."."....'.'.' m "* *" " 120 .. 513 574 ST. PETERS 14S 128 154 136 167 11* SS 161 136 163 109 CM 1157 173 124 111 143 12ft 134 116 12S 94 T»U1» 2^ Brooklyn goes West, opening to- B. Gorman . 573t night at St. Louis, with a half- £ S5SS£ ST. 3471 SOS 371 ToUli ...... 800 927 ,, BLAIRSVILLE Dallara ........... 124 147 White .- ............ 131 isi Dascenzo ......... ng 129 Delcoco ........... 197 135 Stasio ............. ill 117 SM S625 131 143 162 190 149 game lead and a reversible lineup. 'L. Gatti .......... MO New Manager Walt Alston shook up the Dodgers for the second game A. Matn-o 119 J. Gatti 14S F. Ricupero .. 145 . . 713 tSU WILLIAMS 13S 143 S3 123 .... 117 14S 154 95 127 103 78 116 17S SS U7 192 15S 44C 414. 421 339 345 43S 363 411 213 354 322 441 3S2 331 485 40S Total «M WO 777 J138 Pirates Option Hogue To Stars PITTSBURGH burgh Pirates called up outfielder Brandy Davis from Charleston, W. Va., in the American Assa and to in Pittsburgh Sunday but Tetais . MS «gg WP ly will go back to normal 1 ST. VINCENT 400i against the Cards' Gerry Staley.'^ Pasternak'.'.'." 149 ££ 377.; Preacher Roe, who hasn't worked g- TB ^*. tty 105 13 ° rzr in a week, will oppose Staley. R. vari'o'.'.'"".'" 117 m Ruben Gomez, knocked out in ,, . , -- -Totals 683 · gjj try to ST. STEPHENS Siants'i^^y I" »* string of shutouts to four at Mil-'D. Lieb".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 125 123 waukee against Bob BuhL -· |«**J · JM }*} (» --The Pitts-, The Phillies, who haven't scoredjT .ueb .,,..";; JjS ^ 7«1 2137 his first two starts, will extend the New York a run since last Wednesday, at Chicago, where Jackson is hit-' ting .500, Dee Fondy .357, Gene| T " tml " Baker and Hank Sauer each .353.'N. Patti «i 98 1S1 131 163 97 UK 174 Ml 170 170 120 152 111 73 91 110 441 441 33X 409 403 SOS* 3tt~ 339 368 42S J« 273 270 447 . 18 to 5 favorite and many the crowd of 3,500 paying $10.000; ^hart went down with him. optioned pitcher Cal Hogue Hollywood in the Pacific Coast! Although Pittsburgh still is in League yesterday. the cellar, the new Pirates con- P. cainoun Hogue, a 26-year-old righthander, tinue to surprise everybody. They']!," was in three games for the Pirates 1 go into Cincinnati for a night Art this season, losing one and win-'game with Max Surkont ready to, 1 . ... sis «4 ST. NICHOLAS 136 121 11« ISO 66 SO 136 132 »I 132 . . . . 101 113 n SKI p. ra ._s poru Ted R ., n . Set Indiana L'l Practice Sessions There will be Little League practice at the old diamond tonight at 6 p.m. for 8-9 year- old-performers. Youngsters in the 10-11 class go at it tomorrow and 11-12 year-old lads Thursday. MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ' International League Montreal at Buffalo, ppd. 'Ottawa at Syracuse, ppd. Toronto at Richmond, ppd. Rochester 9 Havana 4 American Association Charleston 4 Kansas City 3 'Indianapolis 5 Columbus 4 Louisville 4 Minneapolis 3 1 St. Paul at Toledo, ppd. Eastern League Williamsport 5 Albany 3 Allentown at Elmira, ppd. Wilkes-Ba'rre 4 Schenecteady 3 Binghamton 3 Reading 2 Piedmont Leagve Norfolk 4 Lancaster 3 York 1 Colonial Heights-Petersburg 0 (10 innings) County Softball League Meeting rung none. | oppose rookie Corky Valentine. ST. CHAKLES There will be a Comity Softball League meeting Thursday night, It waa announced today by Harry Hess, loop prexy. The confab it set for 7:39 ».m. at Barclay's Hardware. WDTV--12:30 ain. HOLYOKE, Mass. --Bobby Cour- Kn " 1 WDTV--6:55 p.m. -- Sports Editor with | Ray Scott j WDTV--7:30 p.m.---Tim* Out lor Golf i WDTV--12:30 a.m. (Wednesday) -- Sports I Final I Wedaeida; !WJAC-6:10 p.m.--Sportt Paje wita Art: Sherman I WFBG--6:4S p.m.--SporU with Ted Hein-i ! hart i WDTV--6:55 p.n--SporU Editor with Ray Scott WDTV-WJAC--10 p.m.--Ralph Dupaa vs Dennl* Pat Brady WDTV--10:45 p.m.--SporU Spot with Mel i Allen I I WJAC--10:50 p.m.--Greatest Fishts of Cen- By DOUG FORD , J Bechtold .......... 93 Wilson ............ 132 Shelton ............ 113 Manola .......... 76 Vashinikl ......... S4 »»«* ............ IS* 79 T«t«ls .......... «S4 153 146 130 93 91 111 M 101 SOU 1C1 74 «9 148 107 120 87 «8 129 102 SB S3 100 41* 332 233 414 340 335 1M4 3S» 37J 407 345 257 25S 380 «3 194 _ ra __ _ __ _____ __ _ _____ _ «.,,. ^..The Miar ni Springs course,; fury D^'mpsey'V»'Tunne"--ieptr'22r 1927)] where they hold the Miami Open, --- ..... (Thunday) - Sport, (is familiar to me. Thunder ! ! P la ' e l the layout many times chesna, 128, Chicopee, Mass, stop- wJAC-8:io p.tn.-Sp»ru Pate with "Art j when stationed near there during ped Johnny I^W 1M B rooK- 1 ^"""^ ^..^ ^ Ttd ^ World War II. *y n *· hart · The tournament itself however TMTM Edl tor wi«, . y h a d bfien Grasso, 128, New Britain, outpoint- WDTV-- I2:is a.m. (Fridayj-Sporte Final ; practically ed Joe Guillette. 124, Lawrence., - - NEW BRITAIN, Conn. -- Tony a Sam Snead benefit. Slammin* Sam had monopolized Mass., 8. i GOLF ithe $15,000 event. BASKETBALL PINEHURST. N. C.-Bcn Goodesj When you beat Snead, you re- NEW'YORK--Bevo Francis and of Reidsville, N. C., had a 68 to member it --and I'll remember Newt Oliver signed with the Har- win the qualifying medal in the my victory in last »vinter'j Miami lem Globetrotters ir a package 54th North and South Amateur Open more than all the rounds I deal calling for approximately $30,- tournament. ! played at Miami Springs and prob- O 00 - TENNIS 'ably every other course I've been LINCOLN, Neb.--Gerald L. (Jer- NEW YORK--Tony Trabert easi- on. I » vi» jjuung., jry) Bush was named head coach at ly handled Vic Seixas, 6-2. 6-4 in The turning point c*me at the Hagerstown at Portsmouth, pdd.,the University of Nebraska sue- the opening match of the National 15th hole. It is a long par 5 and 'Lynchburg at Newport Newt, ppdJceeding Harry Gcod. i Round-Robin championship. UTTIE SPORT |my second shot left the ball under a tras 50 yards from the hole. A poor low wedge shot might have cost me the tournament. By BEANS REARDON 24 Years la National Leagae Written for NBA Service It was a good one. The ball went all the way and I had a bad position and it gave!dunked into the cup to give QUESTION: The runner on third breaks for the plate, but is caught in a run-down. The runner on second base heads for third and teaches the bag as the front man heads back to third. As he does so, the runner from second base scrambles back and the runner on third dives safely into the bag. Isn't somebody automatically out the instant third base is occupied? Answer: Yo« can go back to tfc« last base you occupied at any time. The runner trapped off third base is not forced to go to the plate In this Instance. QUESTION: What manager was me the choice of looking simply to get out of trouble or to take a chance and shoot for the works --right at the pin. The wdge gives you the height! to get out of trouble anc. also ftc-j curacy. I hit the shot well right for the PIB. an eagle 3. (Dong Fort will be among golfers trying to beat Ben He- Kan on National Golf Day, June 5, sponsored by the PGA ansl Life Magaslne. Antatears will use local handicaps OB their own coarse*. Next: Jimny Oemaret) me [ known as the Miracle Man? Answer: George Stalling! of the 1914 Brave*. BASEBALL NEW YORK--Roy CampanelU. Brooklyn's all-star catcher, r«. vealed he has been playing the first two weeks of the season with a brekaa left band.

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