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Twelv* THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1952. 'IN THE SPORTLIGHT FOR GIL SMITH Leavenworth Times Sports Editor A letter arrived yesterday from an old friend of vacationing Sports Editor Gil. It was from the principal of Limvood Rural High School, District No. 5. The writer is J. A. Cleavinger. Cleavenger writes: "Hi to you from an old friend, Gil. Since we are a county school, I hope you can use news of our activities in The Times." He sends a schedule of Linwood's six-man football team for this fall which is as follows: Sept 18 Easton x Sept 25 Ozawkie x Oct 2 Lansing Oct 10 Piper Oct. 17 Easton Oct. 24 Open Oct 30 Basehor x (x Denotes home games) All home games will be playec at night on the Tonganoxie field. The coach is Delmer Garrison of Chapman, one of Wally Forsberg's boys and a graduate oi Kansas Wesleyan in 1952. Principal Cleavinger goes on to remind Gil that he was in the Leavenworm High School class of '36 and of Baker U '41. Later he got his Master's degree from KU. During the past four years he has been junior high principal and coach at St John's Military school at Salina. Cleavenger says he hopes to pay a visit to friends in Leavenworth on Friday the 29th. (Note: Gil won't be back at his desk on that data but may be back in town). Horse Racing Next At Blues Stadium Raschi Pitches Yanks Back Into First Place /-O Dramatic Play Aids Yanks in Crucial Win By JOE REICHLER NEW YORK, Aug. 23 W —Vic Raschi, aided by a dramatic game - saving relay from the out field to the plate, bested Earl} Wynn in a brilliant hurling due today as the New York Yankees nipped the Cleveland Indians 1-1 to regain first place in the Amer ican League from the losers. Back to back doubles by Gene Woodling and Joe Collins with one out in the fourth inning produced the sole Yankee tally which Raschi protected handsomely although he underwent several anxious mo - ments in the eighth. The triumph put the Yankees one game up on Cleveland and gave them an 11-10 edge over the Indians with only one more clash remaining between _ Vic Raschi le contenders. They meet for the mal time in Cleveland on Sept. 4. Raschi, pitching strongest games of one the An exhibition trotting race between J.P. Frisco and Rip Tide,! two of the middle west's most famous roadster class horses, will, ~—- = i be the pre-game feature Monday | allowed six hits^and struck _^out| night in Blues stadium when the Blues open a series against Louis- 'vffle. Eleven Football Games Will Be Televised Nationally This Vail NEW YORK Iff)—General Motors completed arrangements today to elevise the entire National Col- egiate Athletic Association football program this fall. Five of the 11 games, to be tele- ast via the NBC-TV chain, were named : Sept.- 20-Texas Christian vs Kanas at Lawrence, Kas. Jack Westland Vew Amateur Golf titlist SEATTLE, Aug. 23 Iff) — Jack iVestland, a beaten finalist 21 ears ago, became U. S. Amateur olf champion today. The 47-year-old Everett, Wash., nsurance man, who took time out rom a hot political campaign to lay in the title tourname urned back the repeated chal- enges of young Al' Mengert of pokane, Wash., to win, 3 and 2, in le 36-hole. all-Northwest final. Westland, the oldest man ever o win the U. S. Amateur title, shot uperb, rock-steady golf through le entire 34 holes of the final match. In 1914, Westland went to the :nal of the amateur championship and took a 6 and 5 beating from Trancis Ouimet. Since then he asn't been able to get past the lird round until this year. And he almost didn't enter this lampionship} Westland is a can- date for the Republican nomina- on for Congress from his district nd decided to play only because le tournament is being held in is home state. He even mixed ampaigning with golfing, making peeches at night after playing uring the day. Sept. 27-Princeton vs Columbia at New York. Oct. 4-Michigan vs Stanford at Palo Alto, Calif. Oct. 11-Texas A&M vs Michigan State at East Lansing, Mich. Nov. 29-Army vs Navy at Philadelphia. The remaining six games will be named soon, probably early next week, a spokesman for NBC- TV said today. All 11 games will be shown nationwide and on successive Saturdays. Last year, the first under the NCAA's controlled plan of TV, the country was divided in se tions and on some Saturdays ea section saw a different gam Each section also was without T on at least one Saturday." There will be no blackouts th year. The only restriction in 1952 that no team may be televise more than once each season, year ago a team could be shov twice, once at home and once o the road. The NCAA's controlled TV cam into being last year when athleti ieaders feared that seeing a foo jail game in your own living roor would cut into gate receipts. Last year attendance showed 2 per cent drop from the 19! 'igures, which in turn were 3.5 pi csnt below the 1949 totals. The 19 aggregate is the record. Easter 'ootball attendance, in the mo saturated TV area, was off 7 pe 1 cent last year. 15—Arkansas State at Jones- of his boro season, (x_Central' Conference games) A similar exhibition last year so excited Bill Veeck of the St Louis Browns that he threatenec to protest to the commissioner of baseball. Veeck of the St. Louis Browns had received a reprimand from .William Harridge, president of the American League, for permitting a midget to go to bat in a league game. "They let some people do anything", Bill said, "They're even letting the Kansas City club of the Yankee organization have horse races in the ball park." J.P. Frisco set a record of 2:07 1-4 as a trotter. As a show horse he has won more than 400 blue ribbons. He was shown 43 times last year and won 38 blue ribbons, three seconds and two thirds including one first, one second and two third place ribbons at the American Royal. Carl Jenkins, owner, will drive J.P. Frisco Monday night. Rip Tide •will be handled by Bobby Jenkins, 14-year old son of the owner. George A. Bailey will be in charge of the program scheduled for o'clock. Turnesa Leads in Fort Wayne Open FORT WAYNE, Ind., Aug. 23 (ffl-JIm Turnesa of Briarcliff, N. Y., the PGA champion, stroked his fifth consecutive 9-hole 34 today and added a 33, to take over the lead in the Fort Wayne Open golf tournament His 203 total was 13 under par for the 54 holes. The-final round is Sunday. The steady Turnesa was the last man off the Fort Wayne Elks course and his eight-foot birdie putt on No. 17 took the three- quarter lead away from Julius Boros of Mid Pines, N. C., the National Open champ, and Ted Kroll of New Hartford, N. Y., the halfway leader. \ The muscular Boros in a six- way tie for fifth place Friday, matched Turnesa's 67 today and Kroll took a 69. That gave them 204 totals. Gary Middlecoff of Memphis, Clark of Laguna Beach, Calif. seven as he registered his 15th I triumph against only three defeats The 33-year-old right handerj pitched himself out of a couple of holes in the second and thirc innings and appeared to be breezing along as he retired 14 con secutive batters. But with one out in the eighth, Billy Glynn, batting for catcher Jim Hegan, crackec a line single to center. The tense crowd of 53,747, largest of the year at Yankee Stadium, heavec a sigh of relief when Raschi made another pinch hitter. Hank Majeski, his seventh strikeout victim. But up came Dale Mitchell, who has been the toughest batter in the league for Yankee pitchers to get out this season. The southpaw swinging left fielder, who already had collected 32 hits^ in 75 tries at bat against the Yanks, lashec a drive up against the bleacher wall in right center field. Glynn, off with the crack of the bat, dashed madly around the bases as right fielder Hank Bauer made a fine recovery of the ball anc heaved it straight and true to Billy Martin who had raced out on the grass to take the relay Glynn was rounding third as the second baseman took the throw and fired the ball home to catcher Yogi Berra. Berra caught the ball in plenty of time to put the tag on the sliding runner. Raschi didn't permit the Indians another opportunity.as he mowec down Bobby Avila, Larry Doby and Luke Easter in the ninth without a ball being hit out of the infield. Wynn, in losing his llth decision against 16 victories, pitched a game that deserved a better fate. He yielded seven hits in the seven innings he worked and might have hurled scoreless ball had Doby leld on to Woodling's long drive in the fourth. showing the strain of a long winning streak, second-place dropped from his tie Friday to a fourth-place tie today with Jimmy Clark of Laguna Beach, Calif. Middlecoff took a 69 for 205 total. VFW Indians DropCloseOne To St. Joseph MO-KAN LEAGUE St. Joseph .• 16 6 Lawrence 14 9 Atchison 11 9 Leavenworth , 10 10 Kansas City 1 18 Today's Games Lawrence at St. Joseph Kansas City at Atchison Last Week's Results Atchison 6, Kansas City 4. St. Joseph 6, Leavenworth 0. St. Joseph 3, Leavenworth 1. Atchison 1, Lawrence 0. .727 .609 .550 .500 .053 Fights Last Niglif HARTFORD, Conn. — Vic Car-! dell, 145, Hartford, outpointed; QQ George Dunn, 135&, Edmonton, J Oct Alberta, 10. j 24 Lettermen Back At Emporia State EMPORIA (ffl — Twenty-four lettermen are expected to answer the first football call issued Monday at Emporia State College by Coach Fran Welch, The Hornets, Co - champions of the Central Conference last year with Pittsburg, will play a 10-game schedule, evenly divided between conference and non-league games. Quincy, HI., and Arkansas State are new opponents on the Hornet schedule this year. The schedule: Sept 13 — Gustavus Adolphus at Emporia 20—Quincy (111.) College at 26—Washburn at Topeka NEW ORLEANS —Joe Brown, 13^,3 £JQ 4—Drake at Des Moines 11—Southwestern at Win- 18. Omaha U. at Emporia. 25—Ft. Hays State at Em- New Orleans, outpointed Jimmy "Bud" Taylor, 145, Miami, 10 - j poria (X) SAN DIEGO, Calif.—Luis Ad-i NOV. 1—Pittsburg State at Pitts- ame, 121%, Tijuana, Mexico, stop-;burg (X) ped Jimmy Dunn, 126, San Diego, poria (X) 8—St, Benedict's at Em- .1 Eddie Arcaro Wins On Mr. Paradise CHICAGO, Aug. 23 S>—Mr. Paradise, with Eddie Arcaro aboard, today won the 5107,120 Washington Park Futurity, beating his Arlington Futurity conqueror, Mr. Good, by a length and a half. Arcaro recorded his 31st stakes victory of the season and raised to 5994,722.50 the amount of money that i_r__ his stakes triumphs have earned Mr. Paradise is owned'by Mrs, Ada L. Rice, wife of a Chicago grain operator. The two-year-olc son of Errada-Harriet's kid was followed by Mr. Good with King Pin, owned by Hal Price Headley of Lexington, Ky., in third place another length and a half back. The eastern invader, Sun Warrior, finished fourth three lengths back of King Pin. In all, this year, Arcaro has ridden 659 horses and has finished first 153 times, his total earnings being $1,866,516. STANDINGS By The Associated Press American League New York Cleveland Boston Philadelphia Chicago Washington 63 St. Louis 52 Detroit' 41 W. ...71 ....69 64 62 64 Pet. .577. .570 .542 .521 .520 .516 .416 •".339 GB National League Brooklyn St. Louis New York Philadelphia Chicago .— Boston Cincinnati Pittsburgh ....77 ....72 ....69 63 ....59 ....51 ...52 ...36 W L Pet .664. .595 .590 .534 .484 .432 .430 .288 1 4% 7 7 7% 20 29 GB 39 49 48 55 63 67 69 89 7% 15 21 27 27% 45% PROBABLE PITCHEBS By The Associated Press American League Cleveland at Washington—Feller (9-12) vs Masterson (7-6). Chicago at Philadelphia— (2) Stobbs (7-9) and Grissom (9-7) vs Byrd (11-10) and Scheib (8-4). Detroit at New York—Hoeft (2-4) vs Lopat (5-5). St. Louis at Boston—(2) — Pilette (8-11) and Byrne (6-13) Kinder (4-3) and Trout (8-10). National League New York at Cincinnati—(2)— tfaglie (13-5) and Corwin (2-0) vs Wehmeier (6-9) and Perkowski (10-8). Brooklyn at St Louis—Roe (9-1) vs Presko (7-8). Boston at Pittsburgh—(2)—Burdette (5-7) and Jester (1-3) vs Hogue (1-5) and Necciai (0-2). Philadelphia at Chicago—(2) — Roberts (20-6) and Meyer (10-12) Hacker (10-6) and Minner (U-8) Ted Kluszewski of the Cincinnati teds was once a star end on the University of Indiana football team. Record Field [n Women's Amateur Golf By HDGH FULLERTON JR PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 23— (8 —One of the biggest and be ields of women golfers gathere n recent years and oie whic aused some eye-popping amon he blue-coated U. S. Golf Assc elation officials, will start pla Monday in the 52nd Women's Na tional Amateur championship.. When the tournament was a signed to Portland's picturesqu Waverley Country Club, officia figured they would be lucky t surpass last year's 79 entries an 75 starters at St Paul, Minn. But Portland and the Pacifi Northwest went all out to attrai the golfing talent with the resu •e were 162 entries, th biggest field since the 171 at Me; ion, Pa., in 1949. The entire field will take part i an 18-hole qualifying round Mon day, then the 64 low scorers wi begin match play — one 18-ho: round a day until the 36-hole fina on Saturday. The 6,323-yard, par 36-37—7 Waverley course is expected t provide a severe test for the gol ing girls. Heading the entry list, of course are defending Champion Doroth Xirby of Atlanta and her six fe ow members of the 1952 Curt: Cup team. This select group includes Clair Doran of Cleveland, runner-u ast year; Polly Riley of Foi Worth, Tex., recent winner of th Women's Western championship Ma,rjorie Lindsay of Decatur, 111 the 1950 Western champion; Grac De Moss of Corvallis, Ore., Pa 3'Sullivan of Orange, Conn., an Mae Murray of Rutland, Vt, th 1950 runner-up. One ex-champion also is in th lield—Grace Lenczyk of Newing :on, Co., who won in 1948 and wh has been making r comeback thi year after slipping from the to of the heap. Then there's Phila delphia's Helen Sigel, runner-u that year. Les Bingaman, guard on t h Detroit Lions, is the heaviest play er on the team. He weight 28 pounds. Agents for Brunswick BOWLING EQUIPMENT • Balls • Bags • Shoes Come in tomorrow for a new bowling ball ... fitted while you wait. LEAYENWORTH SPORTING GOODS CO. 316 Delaware Friday night at St. Joseph Lefty Frank Meyers dropped a tough one to Marion's Tavern in a Mo-Kan league encounter when, with two ,outs and an infield error, three unearned runs were allowed to cross the plate in the bottom half of the eighth. The St. Joseph team won the game 3-1. On the mound, • Meyers allowed seven hits while striking out six. The Indians had the bases loaded with no outs in the fifth but could not take advantage of the opportunity. Grunwald, former hurler with the Leavenworth Braves, allowed six hits while striking out 14. Score by innings: Leavenworth ... 000 000 010—1 5 3 St. Joseph 000 000 03x—3 7 1 Meyers and Wilk; Grunwald and Chew. Sunday night at Wadsworth Park the local VFW Indians tangle with the Turner club which has compiled an outstanding record, 25 wins against six losses this season. Marty Bauer, Wayne Seymour or Red Huffman will be on the mound for the Indians. The Mo-Kan league playoffs will start Wednesday night at Wadsworth. The Indian's opponent will be either Lawrence or St. Joseph as these teams are scheduled to meet tonight at St. Joseph. Kansas City playing at Atchison. Stanky & Company Have Eyes On Pennant Race in National By AL DOPKING ST. LOUIS UP) — Look out National League, here comes Eddie Stanky, baseball's "Mr. Competi- .88, ED STANKY PITCHES ONE-HITTER ST. JOSEPH, Mo: Iff) — Shirley !ans gave up one hit Friday night to lead the Salina, Kas., Flemings Softball team to a 5-0 win over Amos Coal of Lincoln., Neb., in the Western Regional A. S. A. Tournament here. Cans' bid for a no-hitter was spoiled in the fifth when she was tagged for a single. or." and his St. Louis Cardinals The little guy is all steamed up and so are his Redbirds. They have pennant dust in their eyes as Springfield Girl Is New Tri-State Golf Champion PITTSBURG W — Shirley Chestnut, 17, Springfield, Mo., is the new champion of the Tri - State Women's Golf Tournament. Her 36-hole score of 85-83—168, completed _ Friday, was eight strokes over par and four strokes better than the 87-85—172 posted by-last year's titlist, Mrs. H. A. Lowe, Springfield. Third place went to Mrs. Lail Emerick, Chanute, Kas., with 175, and fourth to Jean Ashley; 13, Chanute, with 176. they take on a Jack-The'-Giant- Killer role for the weekend. "We've got to beat them all now —everybody in sight—if we're going to go all the way." They marked up their seventh straight victory of their home stand Friday night. The second place New York Giants were the victims, 3 to 1. Stu Miller, heady 24-year-old rookie up from American Association, pitched the Giants' batting average down the drain Friday night. He let Leo Durocher's dandies down with three hits while Leo was sitting it out somewhere in the stands, still under suspension for some misconduct. The victory left the Cards only three percentage points out of second place and 7% games behind the front-running Brooklyn Dodg- rs. "If we can win 15 in a row, we can go all the way," Stanky announced, meaning the pennant, of course. And 15 in a row doesn't seem impossible for a man who last season helped spark the New York Giants to 16 straight for the close- in on the Brooklyn Dodgers. Fred Saigh, owner of the Cardinals, is so impressed with his freshman manager that he tore up the old two-year contract Friday and signed a new one assuring Eddie managerial work through 1954. Whether Saigh upped the reported $40,000 a year salary was some- ihing the owner preferred not to talk about but he did say: "Eddie is entirely satisfied with the contract." Since the last day of June, Stan- icy's club has won 34 and lost only 14. His club needs only a 19-15 record the rest of the season to win 90 games. Stanky recalls that was enough for Boston to win the 1948 pennant but, of course, there are No-Hitter For Scanlon At Bonner Jack Scanlon came out on top the hard way Friday night at Bonner Springs when he. pitched no- hit, no-run ball in a 7-inning game :o lead the Leavenworth Knights of Columbus to a 1-0 victory over the Leavenworth Giants. It was a pitcher's battle all the vay with Scanlon striking out 16. _indsay of the Giants lost a heart- weaker, striking out 13 while giv- ng up only four hits. Andy Matzeder and Charles Price got two lits each. Tonight the K of C plays Bonner at 9:30. Bonner had previously >eaten Wolcott 2-1 in a first round. ;ame of the double elimination ournament. The Giants will play Wolcott. The K of C also has a ;ame at Platte City this afternoon. Score by innings: K of C ....' 000 001 0—1 '4 1 Giants 000 000 0—0' 0 0 Stymie, one of America's great- the Dodgers now. est thoroughbreds, was claimed by Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs for. 51,500 from the King Ranch as a two-year) old. At the conclusion of his career j Mi ]j er vvitn threeancf Harvey Had- What really gives Stanky hope is his young pitchers. He has rookie Vinegar Bend Mi- with seven straight triumphs; his earnings amounted to 5918,485. 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