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2G a d e f g h THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1955 5 Swim Records Fall In Meet at Kelly Pool I rank Brunell, Vesper, and Carin Cone, unattached, from Ridge wood, N. J., splashed to three victories apiece as five National records fell in the first day of the two-day Philadelphia upen Age group swimming meet at Kelly Pool in West Fairrr.ount Park, yesterday. Mis; Cone, holder of two Na-j tional junior records, captured the ' 200 ireter individual medley, the 100 m iter backstroke, and the 100 meter butterfly event. Brunell, National senior long distance chamj ion, annexed titles in the 100 meter freestyle, the 100. meter breast -oke. and the 400 meter freestyle. Brcnda Dletz, Walter Reed SC. w n two events. Bru( e Limdy, Keystone, garnered his sixth National record for boys 1 i and under when he swam the 50 meter breastroke in 0:38.2. Other record breakers were Brunell, with 1:00.7 in the qualifying round of the 100 meter freestyle, Jim Mildeis, K of C, 0:29.5 in the 50 me er freestyle, Jerry Yorow, unattached, 1:23.3 in the 100 meter breastioke, and Miss Dietz, who1 swam the 200 meter freestyle ini 2:43.5. 200 VTCTER INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY: GIRLS (15 and 1 6 1, Carin Cone, Rldge-ood. N. J.; 2, Brenda Barton, Indianapolis; 3. Mictial Anne Close, Stamford. 2. -58 4. 100 M 7TER FREESTYLE: BOY3 (15 and 36) 1, Prank Brunell. Vesper; 2. Brook Fiurnmer. Suburban; 3, Harry Bloom. K. of C. 1:01.". 100 MSTER BACKSTROKE: GIRLS (13 nd 14 i l. Sandra Marks. Stamtord: 2, Judy Will. K. ot C; 3, Kathy Hope. K. of C. 1.34.4. 100 fcDITER FREESTYLE: BOYS (13 and 14 r 1, Robert KauBmann. Germantown YMCA ; i, Gay Hopkins. Keystone; 3. Jim Huffman. Suburban. 1:05.9 (new meet record; old ecoid. 1;08.7. Harry Bloom. K. ot C. 1954) 100 M TTEH BACKSTROKE: GIRLS (15 nd 16) 1. Cone; 2. Susan Wilson; 3. Rita Ucrn. K. of C. 1:19 6 100 MITER BREASTSTROKE: BOYS (15 Bd 16) 1, Brunell: 2. Charles Lipplncott. unttche);. 3. Danny Kevles. Keystone. '100 MSTER BUTTERFLY: GIRLS 3 and 14)--1. Brenda Dietz. Waiter Reed; 2. Jean Wjdom. Suburban; 3, Barbara Beiple, Lancaster 1:27.4 100 Ml TER BREASTS TROKE: BOYS (13 and 14)--. Jerry Yorow, unattached: 2, Robert Kiufmar.n. Germantown YMCA; 3. BUI Arden, Suburban. 1:28.3 (new national and meet record; old record. 1:32.8. Bloom. K. of c . 1954). 100 METER BUTTERFLY: GIRLS (15 and 16i 1. Cone: 2, Pat McDevitt. Lancaster; 3. Betsy Jenkins. Suburban. 1-22 8. 400 MITER FREESTYLE: BOYS (15 and 16) 1. jirunell; 2, Bloom; 3. Piummer. 6:02 1. 200 ME rER FR-EFSTYLE: GIRLS (13 and !. 1. D etz: 2. Barbara Seiple, Lancaster: 3. Wisdoir . 2:43 5. 200 METER FHEESTYLK RELAY: BOYS 13 and 4) 1. Ailentown YMCA (Robert Jacobs, M. rtin Walzer. Larry Moyer. William Per.pis): 2. Suburban "A": 3, Suburban "B". 2:0) 6. 200 ME rER FREESTYLE RELAY: GIRLS J15 and l i) 1. Stamford Dolphin (Miriam Fitts, Canlyn Hoffman. Harriet Pitts. Mi-2 ll011" Cl05e,; a' VesPr; 3- Lancaster. 200 ME rER? MEDLEY RELAY: BOYS (15 and I6)--l. Suburban "A" (Piummer, Robert Me zler. Penny Laird. Ben Schereri; 2. Keyston ; 3. Suburban , B". 2:16. GIRLS DIVING (FINALS) (12 and under) -1. Nanc ' Haxtman. Suburban: 2. Barbara L liott. W-nuug Lake; 3. Cynlhla Goodwin, Watchun Lake. 99.55. (13 ant 14 1. Marcla Thompson, un-attRcned; :!. Ann Marie Blades, Allenhurst; Fran Wilson. Stamford 158 21. (15 and 16)-1. Rita Dorn, K. of C 2, Jan Powell Suburban; 3, Ann Tolson. suburban. 198.: 5. V Wfag H"-UIMWJ.M'.IMMJ awy. mV-TA ; I 'h Hi r, t ML ; I h ( 1 ' I ... - ! I ?J 1 " - 1 " ' ' ' - - i ' . I h -1 jrlL Kim I wr v .- j A's Victors, 5-1 After Losing 1st BALTIMORE, Auff. 3 (UP). I The Kansas City Athletics defeat ed Baltimore, 5-1, tonight behind Alex Kellner's seven-hit pitching after the Orioles wjn the opener, 4-3, on rookie Bob Hale's two-run double in the ninth inning. Art . Schallock was the losing Ditcher in the nightcap even though he threw only one ball in the first inning before leaving because of a sore shoulder, ic Power belted his first pitch for a single and before Harry Dorish could retire the side, the A's scored three runs. The victory evened Kellner's record at 7-7. A single by Cal Abrams and a double by Jim Dyck in the first inning gave the Orioles their only run off Kellner. Hale hit his winning double with none out in the ninth inning of the opener to give Gray his first 1955 victory. With the count at no balls and two strikes on Willie Miranda, Hale was sent in and slammed Tom Gorman's first pitch into the left field corner to drive in pinch-run ner Hal Brown and Chuck Diering. In the seventh inning, the Orioles pulled a- triple play. De-Maestri and Jack Littrell singled and Demaestri scored on a double by Billy Shantz. Finigan ran for Littrell who had turned his right ankle going to third. Ceccarelli grounded to Gus Tti-and-'S who stepped on first and Shantz was caught in a rundown as Finigan broke for the plate Both wound up at third and catch er Hal Smith tagged Finigan, who was entitled to the base, and Shantz. Shantz was out and when Finigan stepped off the bag, Smith tagged him again for the third out. Inquirer Football, Aug. 26 Eagles' Form Lauded by Trimble; Bears' Sprinkle Fiery Performer Birds 'Ahead' In Workouts Baseball Facts Continued from First Sports Page RUNS FOR THE WEEK NATION AL LEAGUE S. M. f . W. T. F. S. Totals Brooklyn 1 1 4 3 9 27 Chirac a 13 4 12 7 36 Ciaclnnatl13 4 6 4 27 Milwaukee 3 3 5 6 1 7 New York 7 9 3 5 24 Phiilln 6 3 O 8 17 Pittsburgh 9 5 4 7 25 St. Louis 2 1 0 3 6 Totala 64 33 33 49 179 AMERICAN LE AGUE S. M. f. W. Th. F. S. T'ls Baltimore 4 x 5 5 14 Boston 11 x 1 6 18 Chicato 9 I 2 4 15 C leveland 9 X 12 1 2 Detroit 5 x 13 3 2 1 Kansasjr ity 9 x 1 8 18 New York 6 X 2 1 9 Washington 6 x 10 0 16 Totals 5 9 0 3 5 29 123 x-Denoies no came. TEN LEADING HITTERS ( Based an 250 at Bats) NATIONAL LEAGUE Player and Club G. AH. R. Czmpanrlia, Brooklyn 82 3U5 57 ASHHL'RN, PHILS 100 3H4 H2 Snider, Brooklyn 103 375 91 Klusiewski, Cincinnati 105 413 74 Post, Cincinnati 106 421 75 Kurtrss, Cincinnati 81 2X7 47 I nran. Milwaukee 105 411 70 Moon. St. Louis 102 401 59 122 .304 Mars. New York 105 401 80 122 .304 Aaron. Milwaukea 105 426 70 129 .303 AMERICAN LEAGUE H. F.C. 101 .331 126 .328 118 .315 129 .312 131 .3U 89 .310 126 .307 Player and Cluh Kallne. Detroit Kuenn. Detroit Smith, Cleyeland Fox, Chicato Power, Kansas City Kell, Chiraco Boone, Detroit Doby. Clereland Mantle, New York Goodman, Boston Dropo, Chicago Williams, Boston G. AB. K. H. P C. 103 407 94 143 .351 95 405 68 133 .328 105 423 81 133 .314 103 416 64 129 .310 100 401 62 123 .307 7 293 31 90 .307 86 321 43 97 .302 92 351 64 105 .299 105 373 84 111 .238 104 408 76 121 .297 93 300 41 89 .297 50 172 46 58 .337 FIRST GAME Kansas City Baltimore ab Power.lb 3 0 Sl ghter.rt 4 Valo.lf 4 Simpson, cf 4 Lopez. 3b 4 DeM'tri.ss 4 Littrell, 2b 3 a-F gan.2b 0 W.Sh ntz.c 3 Cec'reili.p 3 Goiman.p 0 h o a 1 10 0 Marsh.2b 0 2 0 Abrams. r riO Philley.ll 2 4 0 Dyck,3b 0 0 2 Grav.p 12 4 Smlth.c 111 Tri'dos.lb 0 0 1 c-Brown 3 4 0 Dlng,cf.3b 0 0 0 JJIranda.ss 0 0 1 d-Ha.e Zuver'k.p b-Pope.cf ab 4 0 3 1 3 4 0 4 4 O 3 3 1 2 1 h o a 14 2 0 0 0 13 0 12 2 0 0 0 0 3 1 2 10 1 0 0 0 Oil 0 2 4 10 0 0 12 110 Lemon Joins Indians NEW YORK. Aug. 3 (UP). Bob ' Lemon, Cleveland pitcher who was sidelined 10 days with a torn i muscle i 1 his leg. has returned to ! the club but isn't expected to see ; action fcr at least a week. Anna Marie Blades, Allenhurst BC, Eastern Interschol-astic champion, executes back dive from new, $12,000 Kelly High Diving Tower. It has three fanwise platforms. Home flunks Big League homers this ( AUGUST 3, 1955) Hodges. Dodgers Zimmer, Dodgers Virdon, Cardinals Minoso, White Sox Banks, Cubs Crandall, Braves Thompsoi, Giants Hatfield, Tigers I Lopez, Athletics YVoodling, Indians week Dodger Homers Top Braves, 9-6 Totals 32 3 9 x24 9 Totals 32 4 7 27 13 x-None out when winning run scored. a-Ran for Littrell In 7th. b-Singled for Zuverink in 8th. c-Ran for Trlandos In 9th. d-Doubled lor Miranda in 9th. Kansas City 00100110 0 3 Baltimore 00000002 2 4 E Littrell. Miranda. Zuverlr.k, Diering, DeMaestri. RBI (Shantz scored on Zuve-rinlc's error in 2d). Valo Rcored on Dlenng's error in 6th . Shantz. PhiUey, Dyck, Hale 2. 2B Simpson. Shantz, Hale. SAC Powers. DP Marsh and Tnandos: Marsh. Miranda and Tnandos : Zuverink and Marsh; Gorman, DeMaestri and Power. TP Trlandos Miranda and Smith. LEFT Kan.as City 3. Baltimore 7. BB Ceccarelli 3. SO Ceccarelli 3, ' Zuvennk. 2. HO Ceccarelli. 4 In 7 "3; oor- man. 3 in 12t: Zuverink. 9 in 8: Oray. 0 in !l. R&ER Ceccarelli. 2-2. Gorman 2-1, 1 Zuverink 3-1. W Grav (1-1). L Gorman (n-4. U Honochick, Umont, Rommel, Pa-parella. T 2:0(1. SECOND GAME Total DAY-BY-DAY - 1 - 1 1 - 1 -14 Date Games NL July 31 14 14 August 14 4 August 210 6 August 3 10 9 Homers AL 9 0 4 5 OiiiilOiifli to OCEANPORT. j 1 Bctcetn Red Bnk Lone Brnr li SPECIAL TRAINS Direct to Grandstand lv. 30th St., Ph la. 11:50 AM DST; Iv. N. Phil. 12:00 Noon DST; Lv. Trenton, 12:2 PM DST. Air-Co iditioned Equipment SPEC1U BUSES Lv. Union Bus Term , 13th I filbert Sis., Ph la , 10:30 t 11:30 AM'Oiil,. T CAN: NJ Tu'npike to HightstowH; 33 f freehold; Stage roach Rd., turn at Eatontown. MIDDLETON'S Summer Pipe Clearance 1 mm Cms MILWAUKEE, Aug. 3 2 Gil Hodges and Don Zimmer hit 2 two home runs apiece including 2 Hodges' 11th grand slam to pace 2 the Brooklyn Dodgers to a 9-6 J; victory over the Milwaukee Braves i i tonight. Hodges' grand slam in the first inning increased his margin as the National League's leading active grand slam hitter. Only two other men have hit 12 in the league Rogers Hornsby 'and Ralph Kiner, now in the American League. No other National Leaguer had more than 10, but the late Lou Gehrig had the astounding major leaeue record of 23 with the New York Yankees. Hodges hit his 20th homer In the fifth with Pee Wee Reese on base by a single. His grand slam off Braves' starter Ray Crone scored Reese, on by a force out; Duke Snider, who singled, and Roy Campanella, on, with a walk. Zimmer got his first solo homer in the fourth off Crone, who ironically only gave up three hits before going out for a pinch hitter in the fourth in his fifth loss against six victories. ZimmeF hit his second homer (No. 10) with none on in the eighth. The victory went to Don Bessent, his fourth against no defeats after he relieved starter Russ Meyer after one of two runs scored in the fourth. After Crandall hit his 19th homer in the eighth, the Braves rallied for three runs in the ninth but Clem Labine stopped the threat with two quick outs. Eddie Mathews was out of the Braves' lineup with a badly cut finger he received at home. KanFa-s City ab r h o Power lb t 1 Lopez, 3b 5 1 Renna.rf 4 0 Zernial.lf 3 1 Wilson.ct 2 2 (UP) ! DeM'tri.ss 2 0 Astroth.c 3 0 Keilner,i 2 0 1 10 0 Marsh. 2b lib Abrams. ci O Philiey.rl O Dyck.lf 0 Smith.c 3 Tri'dos.lb 2 Diering, 3b 0 Miranda. ss 1 Schallock.p Dorish. p a-Pope Brown. p b-Causey Gray.p C-Haie 0 2 1 2 0 O 0 1 Baltimore ab r h 4 3 4 4 2 4 4 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 O 1 5 3 2 0 1 O 1 0 0 0 6 0 O0111 0 0 0 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mlrcth n tf odd an4 tnds 1 higher rices' I'Sri In nat-ral, sari. r hind-tMles D-lshis. This i' vosr epporinlty t im ei 1m Imported Irian. i JT Specroly r Priced 9 i TWO STORES 1211 Walnut St. V Broad St. Sub. Station Brooklyn ao Hoak.Sb Reese. ss Snider, cf Cimp'la.o Hedges. lb Giilnm.if Funllo.rf r h o a Zimmer, 2b 4 Meyer. t 1 Bessent. p 2 LaBine.p 0 0 12 2 Bniton.cf 2 113 L ean.ss 2 117 0 Tho'son.lf 2 1 0 2 0 Aarnn.lf.rf 5 2 310 0 Crcwe.lb 4 0 0 0 0 Parkr..rf.3b 5 113 0 CrandaU.o 4 2 2 2 5 DiUmer.2b 4 o o n n c'C'eil.3b.ss oooo 4 0 0 0 1 a-Tavlor 0 Crone. o Jolly. p b-T annex Buhl.o c-Rice Milwaukee ab r h 5 14 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 2 Totals 30 5 7 27 12 Totals 33 1 7 27 9 a-Grounaed Into d6uble play tor Dorish In 2d. b-Grounded out for Brown in 7th. c-Forced Miranda for Gray in 9th. Kansas city 31000001 0 5 Baltimore 10000000 0 1 E Finigan. RBI DeMaestri. Finigan 2. Dyck. Aslroth. 2B Dyck. HR Lopez. SAC. Det;laestri, Wilson. DP Marsh and Trlandos; Diering. Marsh and Tnandos; Lopez, Finigan and Power. LEFT Kansas City 7, Baltimore 8. BB Kellner 2, Dorish 4, Brown 2, Gray 1. SO Kellner 3. Dorish 1. Brown 2. Gray 2. HO Schallock. 1 In 0; Dorish, 3 in 2: Brown. 2 in 5; Gray. 1 In 2. R-ER Kellner 1-1, Schallock 1-1, Dorish 3-3. Gray 1-1. HBP By Kellner (Smith). W Kellner (7-7). L Schallock (2-5). U Umont, Rom mel, rapareila, Honochlak. T 2:26. A 10,922. By herb good Inquirer Reporter HERSHEY, Pa. Aug. 3. Boss-man Jim Trimble paused to take stock of his eager bruisers today and conceded that there's "no com parison between his squad of Eagles today and last year at this same stage of training. He believes the present squad is superior phy sically, mentally, theoretically and in all-around ability Be that as it may, the squad still isn't strong enough to suit him, and he's had several huddles with Gen- eral,Manager Vince McNally to see what can be done about it Trimble indicated - the Eagles are dickering for a strong power back, a center and a big two-way lineman. Meanwhile, he's experimenting widely to develop the versatility and inherent strength of his pupils. He's been using two of his defensive giants Mike Jarmoluk and Frank (Bucko) Kilroy at offensive tackle and gaurd, respectively, with excellent results. TYRRELL IMPRESSES Tiis prompts the question whether he's seriously considering breaking up the suicide seven, last season's famed defensive unit, especially as Jim Wetherall, formerly Oklahoma All-American, and Joe Tyrrell, former Temple star, have been impressive in recent Scrimmages in the defensive spots normally manned by Jarmoluk and Kilroy. "We can't stand still," is Trimble's prompt answer, "and I think the f 'suicide seven can te improved, as good as they've been. After all we did not lead the league in defense at the end of last season." . 'OPEN HOUSE LISTED An idea of which 22 players will be regarded as the cream by the time the Eagles battle the Chicago Bears in the 18th Inquirer Classic, Friday night, Aug. 26, at the Municipal Stadium, may be gleaned in the intra-camp game that will headline the third annual open house program in Hershey Stadium, Sunday afternoon. Whereas other NFL clubs charge admission for a camp scrimmage under normal game conditions, the Eagles invite one and all to be their guests and even arrange special entertainment for the occasion. "Bring the family and allow your children to meet their football 'hero," is the theme of this praiseworthy bit of public relations. Philadelphia fans can arrange for bus transportation through the Eagles' office. TEAMS ANNOUNCED The Whites, coached by Trimble and Abe Stuber, will comprise Adrian Burk. QB .: Bud Roffler. Toy Ledbetter, Don Johnson, Bob CHICAGO, Aug. 3 (AP). The Hudson, Hank Dowda, Bill Trav- Chicago Cubs and the Pittsburgh mcK. isiu tjumn. Tommy Kailesj pirates split a pair of Scott, Ted Vaught, Don Dejong, Bill Stribling. Eddie Odell and Star End Awaits 12th NFL Season By JOHN DELL Inquirer Reporter RENSSELAER, Aug. 3. The sole active survivor of the wrecking crew that gave George Halas' Chicago Bears their record seventh National Football League cham pionship in 1946 is getting ready for his 12th season of work. Ed Sprinkle is a particularly quiet, soft-spoken gentlemanly industrial engineer off the field. In action he's a killer, whose treatment of the opposition once caused Buddy Parker, Detroit come out flatly his banishment X-Fewer than 250 at bata. HOME HVNS NATIONAL LEAGl E AMERICAN LEAGUE 23 23 21 20 19 19 Lions' coach, to and strongly for from the sport. 'MEANEST MAN' Halas, of course, has a much more tolerant vew of his star defensive right end. He sees football's "meanest man." Sprinkle still is as good as they come on rushing the passer. "Sprinkle's got to break through Fetes Planned For Cup Teams Receptions in the mayor's of fice at City Hall and at German- town Cricket Club, along with a motorcade parade, will officially welcome players in the Inter-zone final round Davis Cup tennis match which will begin Friday, Aug. 12. at the Germantown Cricket Club. Festivities will take place the Wednesday, before the match begins. Italy will play against either Australia or Japan, both of whom meet this week end on Long Island. The victor will play Italy here. Australia's strong team is expected to eliminate Japan. If this holds triip thf Anssips will work out at demolition Germantown Cricket Club on Mon- ! day. Italy's powerful team, which eliminated Sweden in the European Zone final, will hold work outs at Germantown Cricket to-1 morrow. Included on the Italian team are Fausto Gardini, its national champion; Giuseppe Merle, runnerup for that title: Orlando Sirola Nicola Pietrangeli, one of the better doubles combinations. The draw for the match Italy vs. Australia-japan winner wiu be made Thursday, Aug. 11, at tha match site at 1:30 P. M. Pair ings will be announced the follow ing- day. Today's Sports GOLF Women's Borle Cup mixed foursome 4 Whitemarsh VaUej; pro-member loo me y as Green Valley , SWIMMING Country Club Association meet Phil. Cricket at Wtaitemanfa Valley. TENNIS Keyston State tourney at Narberth TC. INSTALLED FREE IN IS HUM. Plv. Chav. Gids.-Pent. Now in Stock FORDS Pontlacs to '53 I to '54 $6.95 I $3.95 AT OUR W. PKILA. LOCATION Official Inspection Station RAKES RELiNED Raybssfct Lining Wh.tlj Rotated Fret 5339 Chestnut GR 4-9570 1638 W. Hsniinc Park Av. Ml 4-7421 FORD CHEV PLY. Ed Sprinkle Aire 32; Siie 6-1; 210. Position Defeoiive end Home Town Born Tuscola. Live in Enid, Okla. College Hardin-Simmous. Family Married, three children. Experience 12th season with Bean. Honors AU-Leacue three times. Snider, Brooklyn Kluszewskl, Cinn. Mjji. New York Banks, Chirac Mathews, Milw. 36 Kaline, Detroit 35 Mantle. New York 34 hernial, Kans. C. 3:i Zaurhin. Boston 29 Jensen, Boston Will'ami. Boston RUNS BATTED IV Snider, Brooklyn 106 iioone. Detroit 83 ENN1S. PHILS HS Jensen, Boston SO Mays, New York 81 Kaline, Detroit 78 Ilodgdes, Brooklyn 80 Berra. New York 72 Banks, Chicaco 80 Mantle, New York S Kluszewskl, Cinn. 79 INTERMEDIATE LEAGl'l Wednesday's Beaulta Richmond. 4; Syracuse, 2. Montreal, 4; Buffalo, 3. Rochester, 2; Toronto, I. Havana, 8; Columbus, 7. 1st, 14 Inninjrs. Columbus at Havana, 2d. Standing's) W. L. P.C. W. L. P C. Toronto 70 46 .603 Syracuse 55 60 .478 Montreal 67 48 ,5)3 x-Columbu 51 64 .443 x-Harans 68 4H .586 Buffalo 49 67 .422 Rochester 57 58 .496 Richmond 44 72 .379 x-Yeaterday's 2d tame not Included. TODAY'S SCHKDILE Montreal at Buffalo: Toronto at Rochester: Syracuse at Richmond: Columbus at Havana. EASTERN LEAGUE 'Wednesday's Results Binrhamton, ; Schenectady, 2. E'mira. 11; Reading, 6. Albany. 11; Johnstown, 7. Wiliiamsport, 6; Allrntown, 3. Standings W. L. Pet. w. K Pet. Readinr 65 40 .6 1 9 Ailentown 56 52 .519 Vtil'sport 59 45 .567 Ellnira 45 63 .417 Blng ton 5H 48 .547 Johnstown 43 62 .410 Sehe'tady 57 51 .528 Albany 43 65 .398 TODAY'S SCHEDULE: Johnstown at Schenectady; Albany -at Wiliiamsport; Elmira at Ailentown! Reading 'at Binghamton. Bucs Beat Cubs, Lose 2d in 12th 7 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 7 0 3 1 7 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Indians Defeat Yanks on Homer Continued from First Sports Page struck out Eddie Robinson for the final out. Garcia had an uncomfortable moment in the sixth when he filled the bases with one out. But he escaped with only one run scored against him, and might have gotten out unscathed had not second baseman Bobby Avila momentarily bobbled Berra's dfuble play ball, the out being made at second as the run scored. After Berra hit into the f orceout, Howard flied to left. Howard played left field for the Yankees in place of Irv Noren, who aggra vated his sore knee in Tuesday mgnt s game. mriey, wno lost nis 10th game season, opened the one-run thriller games today. The Pirates took a 3-2 decision Bobby Walston, ends; Bob Kelley; ; in the opener on Jerry Lynch's center; Chuck Bednarik and Ed 'pinch two-base hit with two mates Sharkey, linebackers; Clint An-j . . drus, Jess Richardson, Mike Jar- ' moluk, tackles; Bill Horrell, Wes! Chicago won the nightcap on Ediger, John Magee, Jerry Clem, catcher Harry Chiti's two-out sin- ffiiQ rH e !., .... This was the Cubs' 11th split in The Drulis FIRST GAME Chicago Fnr.dv.lb Baker. 2b Ba holtz.lf Banks. ss Kir.g.rf Jackson. 3b MiksiYcf c-Pneke Chiti.c d-S'.iuer DavKp Jeffcoat.p e-Cooper r h o a Pittsburgh ab r Greens, coached by Chuck on1 Phorloo ni1)ar TTMll v ..j wout., i n ,,.1, . , . have Bobby Thomason at QB; Joe 1 "3" '1C?"C V" f Koch. Duke Washington Ralph I YnLthelstoftreePltts: Goldston, Don Miller, Bibbles I 11 dreW the second Barni, Jerry Norton, Jim Parmer, Nick Maravic, Ted Wegert, Vic Postula and Tom Woodlee, backs; Pete Pihos, Bill Marker, Winnie Tillery, Norm Willey, ends; Wayne Robinson, Tom Donahue, center; Jim Weatherall, John Roche, Tom Higgins, Frank Wydo, tackles; Ken Huxhold, Ed Listopad, Joe Tyrrell and Frank Kilroy, guards. Phils Defeat RedIegsby8-4 of the By ART MORROW Continued from First Sports Page mound. Ashburn greeted the newcomer with a lashing grass-cutter that hopped over McMillan's head. sixth 'and Watkus traipsed in with the 0 0 8 OE O'B'n.cf 4 0 15 4Freese 3b 3 0 0 1 0CoIe.3b.ss 1 12 2 SCie'nte.rf 4 0 0 3 OThom.is.lf 3 111 lSher,ard.c 4 0 0 3 Oa-Sai l.cf O 0 0 0 0Lor?.lb 4 0 2 4 2.J o ;i n.2b 4 0 0 0 OGroat.ss 3 0 10 2b-Lvrch 1 0 0 0 0 0 Atwell c 1 0 0 0 OFace p ourkont.p h 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 8 0 12 4 2 0 111 0 10 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 O 0 Totals 37 9 9 27 11 Totals 36 6 14 27 7 a-Waiked Iir Crone in 4th. b-Popped out for Jolly in 7th. c-Flifd out lor Buhl in 9th. Brooklyn 40012101 0 9 Milwaukee 00020001 3 6 E O'Connell. Crandall. RBI Hodges 6. Zimmer 2. Bmtor., Thomson, Aaron, Cran-daU. Crowe 2. 2B Dittmer, Bruton, Aaron HR HodKfs 2. Zimmer 2. Crandall. DP Reese. Zimmer ar.d Hodires: Hoak. Zimmer and Hodges. LEFT Brooklyn 6. Milwaukee 9. BB Meyer 2. Bessent 2. Crone 3. Jolly 2. SO Bessent 1. Crone 2. Buhl 2. HO Meyer. 8 in 33; Bessent, 6 la 4-: LaBme. 0 In 3: Crone, 3 in 4: Jolly. 4 in 2; Buhl, 2 in 3. R-ER Meyer 2-2, Bessent 4-4. Crone 5-5. Jolly 3-2, Buhl 1-1. WP Crone. W Eessent (4-0. L Crone (6-5). U Gcetz. Da-coli. Warneke, Secory. X 2:36. A 42.747. t BEST WAY TO GO! i spsciHL .ritjyi.ii . .. direc ,o t 7 i tv. m CITY Rcco Course Weekdays, Aug. 9 thru Oct. 5 AIR -CONDITIONED COACHES AND REFRESHMENT CAR Coach Lunch Service Daylighf Saving Time, PHI DELPH!A Peria. Sta.-30th St. 12:05 PM NofthPtvla.Sto. . 12:15 PM Frankford Junction 12:22 PM lv. HADDONFIELD. . 12:40 PM Ar. RAC E COURSE . . 1:22 PM ADDITION At NON-STOP TIAIN SATURDAYS AND I ABOR CAY, SEPT. 5 lv. Nor h Phila. Station 1 1:55 AM Ar. Roc-Coursn . . 12:57 PM Return irimeciictery after loft race. SPECIAL COMBINATION TICKET INCLUDING Round-Trip Fare, General Admission to Grandstand and al! taxes. From PHILADELPHIA (All Stations) HADDONFIELD $495 0n,y $425 Daily DovbloCJos1:45 PM Post Time 2:00 PA 11 PENNSYLVANIA-READING SEASHORE LINES Law.n Atwell. c ab r Saffell.cf 4 0 d-Cl'te.cf.rf 2 Freese,3b Lynch. rf e-Hall.c : : , . . . tr i-ii , WJHK.m liming ior me lanKees wun a sin-oeeu. run. ocuiuiick luuuweu as i c-E O B n gle to center. He was forced by Smith threw out Morgan. Gerry Coleman but Joe Collins,! whose two homers won the series j PHILS, FINALLY RETIRED opener, 2-1, singled to left and' Hamner also grounded out, and Mantle walked, filling the bases.; Rudy Minarcin and Art Fowler, Then came Berra's grounder to! the fourth and fifth Cincinnati Avila and Howard's flv out to ' pitchers, checked the Phils the rest of the way. But Mayo Smith's operatives needed no more. Totals 29 2 7 27 14 Totals 34 3 8 27 9 a-Ran tor Shenard in 9th. b-Doub'ed for Groat in 9th. c-Struck out for Miksis iiy 9th. d-Strurk out for chiti in 9th. e-PoDred out for JefTcoat in Sth. Pittsburgh 00010000 2 3 ChicaKO 01000010 02 E- Fondy. Chiti. RBI Hank. Thomas, uavis. Lynch 2. 2B Clemente J. O'Brien, Lynch. HR Banks. SAC E. O'Brien Mik-sis. Baumholtz. DP Groat and Lonir; Freese. J. O'Brien and Loni;: Bakr. Banks and Fondy. LEFT Pittsburgh 7. Chicago 7. BB Face 5. Davis 1. Jeffffcoat 1. SO Face 4. Davis 4. Surkont 2. HO Davis 7 in 8'j, JefTcoat 1 in 2i. Face 7 In 8. Surkont 0 in 1. R-ER Face 2-2. Davis 3-3. W Face (2-3). L Davis (5-11. V Gore. Donatelli. Conlan. Dixon. T 2:17. SECOND GAME Pittsburgh Chicago hoa abrhoa 0 10 For.dy.lb 5 0 316 0 Baker 2b 5 114 4 12 0 Ba holtz.lf 5 0 0 0 0 13 8 Bunks. ss 6 12 3 5 0 2 0 Kine.rf 5 2 4 3 0 0 0 0 Jacksrn.3b 2 110 4 210 0 Msksis.d 5 0 15 0 0 0 0 Chiti.c 6 0 15 0 0 0 3 Jones.n 2 0 10 4 111 Perk Eki.p 3 0 0 0 2 110 12 0 2 6 5 12 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 those blockers in four or five seconds, before pass receivers get open," Halas says "He has to go in high, with his arms up, so he can slap at the ball or tackle around the shoulders. He's got to push and shove and claw his way past those blockers and if somebody gets an unintentional whack in the nose now and then well, that's football." OLD SCHOOL PRODUCT This enlightened view makes Halas see Sprinkle as a rough, hard, clean player of the old Bears' school. In fact, Halas deems him worthy of wearing No. 7, which has a strong sentimental value to an ex-Bear end named Halas, who wore it 10 years. Of course, Sprinkle will be wear ing that numeral when the pears come into Philadelphia for the last time with Halas as head coach, to play the Eagles in the 18th annual Inquirer Classic the night of Friday, Aug. 25, at Municipal Stadium. When the Bears go on defense that night you'll be able to observe what a tremendous advantage Sprinkle has a left handed right end. Slashing in from the right side, Sprinkle's strong left arm is toward the passer, in perfect position to hit him. DEADLY ON RECEIVERS When Sprinkle isn't charging all-out or "red dogging," as the Bears say he often is harassing potential receivers. He is said to! employ illegal, but virtually undetectable methods tripping, chucking and spinning. "Tripping's the easiest," he confesses, discussing the maneuver in a hypothetical sense. "You just sort of put out your foot and let the other guy fall over. "In chucking you'd put out your hands as though you're pushing, but actually you grab his shirt and hold for a one-two count, just long enough to disrupt his timing and throw him off stride. "Sprinkle is harder. You grab his shirt as he is running by and yank. If you've got the strong grip, and get him just right, he'll spin himself right out of the play." o i i o l o 0 0 b-She'rd.c 3 0 Thomas. If 6 0 J O B n.2b 5 0 Groat. ss 5 1 Kline. p 1 0 Friend. p 0 0 a-W d.lb Woodling, TRIBE FILLS BASES Turley was extremely wild, mix ing walks with strikeouts, but he To'als 4.) 4 10x35 22 Totals 44 5 14 36 19 a-Flied out for Friend in 7th. b-Singled for Atwell in 7th. c-Ran for Long in 7th. d-Struck out for Saffell in 8th. For the first five innings,! -H,t 1,110 double play for Lynch In 11th. though, their cause seemed hope-1 Pittsburgh 01000030000 "0 4 1p fWr thah ennn insr. tven nf ! -"? 1 2 0 0000000 15 nit-pTi.-l a -fortif oVl :jI". " w " " . None. RBI J. O Brien. Jackfon. Jones, -.., ... - vu.vaulc game vuLoiucnera reached base. F'n 2- Saffell, Shepard, Long. Chiti. 2B the fat one he served up to Wood- Meantimp thp Ppdipp-c hnH ?2?fc-Kin ,2' ,we11- 0c!r"at- c'Br.en. M-nn, ti .-i. ii , . JJricanume, tne ttecuegs naa 3B King. Jackson, sac Baumholtz. gC He ba(Leift alks and eight ! reached Roberts for three runs. A 0'BkSnTWBanksd Ber:anGdrFondy-strikeouts. Relief er Konstanty;ieacj3fj paSs to Bell and sucaessive i left Pittsburgh u. Chicago 13. bb filled the bases With none OUt iniHno-lp, bv McMillan Collnm and IJon.K'ne 2. Friend 1. Law 4. Perkowski H,. i, ,;k,i v. !sln8leS Dy XVlLiViilldn, lOUUm ana, 1. so Jones 4. Fnena 1, Law 1. Perkowskl tne runtn out pitcned out of the Tw,r,io Titv two nut nrorinriH tnv.'i. ho Kisne. 7 m 2"i: mend. 0 m 32,: hn a ! LJIV. I in .I- Jrnn . . in the second, and Cincinnati Doby set an American League QfMpri n tointPH tniiv in thp record by playing his 158th straight j game without an error. The league mark for errorless games by an outfielder was 157 set by Sam Mele with the White Sox and Orioles in 1953-1954. The major league record is 187' held by Danny Litwhiler, of the Philalel-phia Phillies in 1941-42. Cleveland ab r h o ft 2 0 CoI'an.2b 2 0 Coilins.lb 8 o Mantle.cX o Bena.c 0 Howard.lf 0 Bauer.rf 3 c-Rob-soa 5 Carey. 3b 2 Hunter. ss 0 Turiey.p 1 a-5kowron Wew York ab r h o 4 110 4 0 17 3 0 13 2 0 010 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 10 0 0 3 0 0 2 3 0 0 3 2 0 10 10 0 0 1 Kon anty.p 0 0 0 0 0 Smith. rf W'dling.lf Wertz.lb b-Foiles Fam.lt Doby.cf Rosen. 3b Avila. 2b Str'and.ss Naragon.c Garcia. p Mossi.p Narleski.p Totals 32 2 5 27 12 Totals 30 1 4 27 7 a-Struck out for Turley in 8th. b-Ran for WerU in 9th. c-Called out on strikes for Bauer tn 9th. Cleveland 00020000 0 2 New York 00000100 0 1 E Carey. RBI Woodling 2, Berra. 2B Coleman. HR Woodling. SAC Woodling. Berra. DP Coleman. Hunter. Collins. LEFT Clereland 12. New York 5. BB Tcrley 8. Garcia 2. SO Turley 8. Garcia 4. Narleski 1. HO Turley. 3 in 8; Konstanty. 2 in 1; Garcia. 4 In 8 (pitched to 1 batter In 9th); Mossi. 0 in '3: Narleski. 0 in R-ER Turley 2-2; Garcia 1-1. W Garcia (8-10). L Turley (11-10). U Steven, Rice, Napp, Grieve. T 2.33, A 33,367. J fourth. Smith led off with a smack to right and beat Roberts' throw to second on a sacrifice by McMillan; Collum also laid down a bunt, and after Morgan had fumbled Temple's grounder, Smoky Burgess unleashed a scoring fly to center. The Reds bunched six of their Law. 7 in 523: Jcnes. 6 in 6J3: Perkowski. 4 in 5", 3. R-EP. Kline 4-4. Jonea 4-4. Law 1-1. HBP By Jones (Freese!. WP Law. PB Shepard. W Perkowski (2-4). L Law (7-6). U Donatelli, Conlan, Dixon. Gore. T 3:17. A 8805. Friclc Rejects Orioles' Request " BALTIMORE, Aug. 3 (UP). - f!nm micci nn or "PnrH "PVi rr Vi o e to, nine hits in the first four innings, flJsed Baltimore Orioles per- and even in the fifth and sixth the mission to place pitcher Don John- Cmcmnatians had Ashburn speed- son on the disabled list manager mg and leaping at the fence to cut Paul Richards disclosed today. Off possible extra-basers. In the .Tnhnsnn a 2H-vpar-nlrl ritrht.- scventh a leadoff single by Temple hander, has been suffering from his third plus a passed ball, an arm condition described by i , ,7 Vra . ie":wau .aouoie Physicians as tendonitis. Richards OV wauv X-Obl, re&Uiiea Ul Uie cniH P Hirl rnt Irrmn -n-ViTr -PtHI- fourth Redleg tally. had turned down the application But Robbie, pitching his 21st to put Johnson on the disabled complete game, finished with a list in view of the fact that Dr. flourish. He struck out four men Erwin Mayer, the team physician, in the last two stanzas, and once had informed him that the pitcher ahead he never let matters get out will be out for at least three more of hand. He now has fanned 132 weeks. This was Frick's first action and walked only 40 in 221 23 in-: regarding disabled players since nings. Just three more victories, 1 his edict of last Friday, in which and hell have his sixth straieht he rammed teams for nbusinsr th season of 20 or more. j disabled list. Giants' McCall Tops Cards, 5-3 ST. LOUIS. Aug. 3 CAP). Lefty John (Windy) McCall weathered two home runs by Bill Virdon tonight to pitch the New York Giants to their fourth straight victory and handed the St. Louis Cardinals a sixth successive setback, 5-3. McCall, who has gained three of j five 1955 triumphs at the Redbirds' expense, yielded seven hits, but did not walk a batter and would have had a shutout except for three runs scoring on Virdon's 13th and 14th homers. THOMPSON HITS 13TH The Giants, meanwhile, bunched five successive hits to set up four runs in a decisive fifth inning as , they beat Larry Jackson (5-8), St.' Louis rookie righthander. j Whitey Lockman led New York's attack with three singles and! Henry Thompson whacked his 13th, homer and a single against a! slump-shackled St. Louis club thatj has scored only six runs on 29 hits ; in its last five games. After Thompson homered in the second, the Cards went ahead in the fourth on Wally Moon's infield hit and Virdon's first circuit drive. LAPALME ROUTED men in tne nxth successive j singles by Lockman, Willie Mays' and Dusty Rhodes routed Jackson ! and brought in southpaw Paul La- j Palme, who had blanked the' Giants in 22 2-3 relief innings ' scattered over eight appearances.! This time, however, Thompson! singled and Don Mueller doubled,1 bringing in righthander Floyd i Woolridge, off whom Wayne Ter- williger's sacrifice fly accounted for the fourth run of the frame. j New York ab r h o a 0 2 4 sre'son.2b svi o Moon. lb Dark.sa Lo'man.lb 4 Mays cf 4 Rhodes. If 4 Th'son,3b 4 Mueller.rt 3 Oordon.rf 1 Ter ger,2b 1 Katt.c 3 McCall, 3 15 0 Musial.rf 12 0 Peoulski.ll 2 0 2 Virdon.cl 2 0 0 Bover Sh 0 0 0 Burbnnk.o o J J Gra aa.sa 0 3 0 Jarfcson u 0 0 2 LaPalme.a W dr. dge.p L&wrenoe.p 0 b-Eiliott 1 bcnmiat.p 0 St. Louis ab r h 0 0 O O 1 2 0 0 O o o 0 O 0 o o 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 2 0 0! 0 0' Totals 32 5 9 27 11 Totals 32 3 7 27 11 a-Popped out tor Wooiridge in 5ti. b-F'.ied out lor Lawrence in 7th. i New York 01004000 0 5 i St. Louis 00020010 O 3 .- E Burbrink. Virdon. R31 Thompson 2. Rhodes, Mueiier. Terwilligtr. Viidi.a 3. zB j Mueljer. Burbrink. Grammas. HP. Thomo- j sen, Virdon 2. AC Terwilliger. KstU 6F lerwiiliger. DP TerwLiiger. Dark r1 Lock-; man: Lockman (unassisted t. LEFT New i York 10. St. Louis 3. BB Jackson 3. Law- ! rence 1. Schmidt 1. SO McCnil 3. Jackson, 3, Schmidt 2. HO JacJcson. 6 in 4 (faced i 3 batter in Sth): LaPalme. 2 in O ( laced 2 batters in 5th: Wooldridge, 0 in 1: Law- renoe. 1 in 2: Schmidt. O in 2. R-ER Mr-Call 3.3. Jaclcion 4-4. LaPalme 1-1. HBP Btr Jackson (Mueller): by McCall (Jackson): by Schmidt (McCali). W McCall i to-3l. L. Jackson io-8 I Jackmrski. try"1", Railanfajlt. A 940 a. . w McCall TJ Barlick. t. T 2.30.1 The partners of Bellows & Company chose this as m BLEND J , rV y tJ 4 V:?vvS-i' fa cm ICE . . . the blend .7 vitn base whiskies! more aged A .43 "2C 43 QT. Cod S1C5S Vv Partners Choice contains more aged base whiskies, blended with the finest grain neutral spirits, than any other nationally sold blended whiskey at its price. Try it tonight ... at home or at your favorite tavern. tie lata talefled el: loiara t wan. bailmohe. ko. nnrsxii of kahcal distsjirs rgdikts m. 40 STRAIGHT WO!ES, 4 TEARS 38 WOK 0L3 E8 EHA.'S RSJTXAl jmj . S.I mtK 125 YEARS Or GREAT WHISKIES ... 1830 1933

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