The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 28, 1952 · Page 12
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Twelve THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 1952. Marty Bauer Takes Over in r, o o ver evro let Indians Gome From Behind To Win 8-6 By HOWARD PHILLIPS Fireman Marty Bauer v?i called on again to put out the con* flagration at Wadsworth Field last night.. He succeeded and wound up with an 8-6 victory over enst, St. Louis, 153; Lockman, New York, 151. HOME RUNS— Sauer, Chicago, 34; Kiner, Pittsburgh, 28; Hodges, Brooklyn, 27; Gordon, Boston, 2. PITCHING—Roe, Brooklyn, 10-1, .909; Black, Brooklyn, 10-2, .833; Wilhelm, New York, 12- 3, .800; Yuhas, St. Louis, 8-2, .800. Feld-Chevrolet. It was the second time in consecutive games he has pulled the VFWs out of a hole. Marty was called upon in t h e 8th inning with the score 6-5 against him. Up until that time Lefty Frank Meyers had given up six runs on five hits and five bases on balls. Two infield errors by Pat Day brought about his downfall but Pat made up for them by getting three hits, as did Frank BurvveU, to lead the Indians' attack. McCoHum, with a double and a single, led the Feld-Chevrolets in the hitting department. Tonight the VFW Indians journey to Grandview for a game. Sunday they take on the Wyandotte Electrics at Wadsworth. Labor Day brings double duty. In the afternoon the Indians play the Penitentiary White Sox and at 8:15 return to Wadsworth to play Helzberg's. Score by innings: York, 15-3, .833; Benton, Boston, 4-1, .800. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING — Musial, St. Louis, .329; Kluszewski, Cincinnati, .318; Baumholtz, Chicago, .316; Lockman, New York, .311. RUNS — Lockman, New York, 89; Hemus, St. Louis, 85; Musial, St. Louis, 84; Robinson, Brooklyn, 83. JUTS— Adams, Cincinnati, 158; Musial, St. Louis, 154; Schoendi- Feld Chevrolet 001 000 500—6 6 6 VFW 000 320 03x—8132 Stevenson and Heath; Meyers, Bauer and Gorski. FELD CHEVROLET ABRHPOA Leever, 2b 3 1052 Wolf, ss 3100 Dolland, cf 4110 McCollum. 3b "...; 5023 Galvin, Ib 50180 Gnout, If 40020 Heath, c 21150 Fox. rf , 21011 Forrest, rf 20100 Stevenson, p 41003 Minor League Baseball By The 'Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION [Milwaukee 17 Indianapolis 4 (Only game scheduled) PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Sacramento 3 Portland 2 Seattle 4 San Diego 2 Dakland 3-2 San Francisco 0-4 Sollvwood 5 Los Angeles 1 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Birmingham 6 Atlanta 0 Chattanooga 4 Little Rock 2 New Orleans 4-4 Mobile 2-3 Memphis 8 Nashville 5 TEXAS LEAGUE Tulsa 8 Dallas 1 San Antonio 3 Houston 0 Beaumont 3 Shreveport 1 Fort Worth 9 Oklahoma City 4 WESTERN LEAGUE Colorado Springs 6 Denver 2 Des Moines 4 Sioux City 3 .jncoln 8 Omaha 0 Pueblo at Wichita postponed, rain Totals 34 6 62413 V. F. W. AB KHPOA T. Day. 2b 4 1122 Hessenflow. ss ......'.... 41204 Burwell. cf 51340 Huffman, rf 00000 Wilk, Ib 4 2010 Powell, Ib 4 1 2 11 1 Bauer, rf, and p 4 1011 Gorski, c 40160 P. Day, 3b 41321 Meyers, p 30102 Slosson, rf and cf 00000 Totals 36 8132711 E—Galvin, Heath. Leever 2, Wolf, McCollum. P. Day 2; HBI—Wolf. 2, Dolland 2, McCollum 2, P. Day. Meyers, Hessenflow. Burwell; SAC—Hessenflow, Slossom; 2B—Heath, McCollum, Meyers, Hessenflow: D.P.—Wolf, Lever, McCollum 2: LEFT—Felds, 8, V.F.W., S; BB—Stevenson, 2, Meyers, 5, Bauer, 1; SO—Stevenson. 4, Meyers, 4, Bauer 2; S.B.—Heath, Bauer: winner, Bauer; loser. Stevenson; Umpires- Jordan ind Flowers; time—2:00. [ola Pitching Victory Margin By The Associated Press lola, the KOM league pennant vinner, was without the services of any of its top three hurlers Wednesday night, and c'onsequent- y had a tough time dividing a loubleheader with second-place .liami. Miami took the first game, 11-3, and lola narrowly grabbed the nightcap, 8-6. Both games were indicative of the heavy reliance the eague leaders have been placing MI their big three throughout the eason. Without Joe Vilk, Bill Vigle or Bus Hoffman on the mound, lola has its difficulties. The records of the big three are By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 74: Cleveland 71, Boston 68' Pet GB 2 3% 8 8 8% .583 .568 .557 Philadelphia ...64 59 .520 Chicago 66 61 .520 Washington ....65 61 .516 St Louis 52 77 .403 23 Detroit 42 83 .336 31 THURSDAY'S SCHEDULE Boston at Philadelphia (2) McDermott (7-8) and Delock (4-5) vs Scheib (9-4) and Byrd (11-11). Cleveland at Detroit (2 - twi night) Wynn (16-11) and Gromek (6-6) vs Gray (11- 12) and Newhouser (6)8). (Only games scheduled) WEDNESDAY RESULTS New York 12 St. Louis 7 Philadelphia 6 Cleveland 5 Boston 5 Detroit 0 Chicago 4 Washington 1 (night) enough to show why lola came out on top in the pennant race. Only our pitchers in all the KOM eague won 15 games last season. This year, Vilk has 24 wins, Wigle ias 19 victories and Hoffman has 16. The records are particularly mpressive when its recalled that in the more advanced leagues, vhere more games are played, the jitchers shoot for 20 wins. In Class ), a 15-game winner is a big lift or any team. The 1929 Geneva Convention governing treatment of war prisoners was not signed by Russia. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Brooklyn 81 40 .669 ... New York 72 50 .590 9% St Louis 72 54 .57111% Philadelphia ...66 57 .53716 Chicago 62 65 .488 22 Boston 54 68 .44327% Cincinnati 54 72 .429 29% Pittsburgh ....37 92 .287 48 THURSDAY'S SCHEDULE New York at Pittsburgh Koslo (8-6) vs Waugh (1-2). Boston at Cincinnati Burdette (6-7) vs Church (5-7) or Black- wen (3-12). Philadelphia at St Louis Roberts (20-7) vs Haddix (1-0). Brooklyn at Chicago Labine (8-3) vs Kelly (3-9). WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 10 Brooklyn 5 New York 5 Pittsburgh 4 Philadelphia 7 St Louis 2 (Knight) Boston 12 Cincinnati 7 (night, 10 innings). Major League Leaders By The Associated Press ! AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING— Fain, Philadelphia, .336; Mitchell, Cleveland, .332; Woodling, New York,, .326; Kell, Boston, .312. RUNS— Berra, New York, 89; Avila and Doby, Cleveland, 82; Minoso, Chicago and Joost, Philadelphia, 8L HITS—Fox, Chicago, 161; Robinson, Chicago, 147; Fain, Philadelphia, 146; Avila, Cleveland, 144. HOME RUNS—Doby, Cleveland and Berra, New York, 27; Zernial, Philadelphia, 25; Rosen, Cleveland, 23; Easter, Cleveland, 22. PITCHING — Consuegra, Washington, 6-0, 1.000; Shantz, Philadelphia, 22-4, .846; Rascbi, New Scarborough Guides Yanks To 12-7 Win By RALPH RODBN AP Sports Writer It would not be at all surprising to find the faces of General Man,- agers Joe Cronin of the Boston Red Sox and Hank Greenberg of the Cleveland Indians a bit red today. The discomfiture of the general managers can be laid at the feet of Ray Scarborough, a 35-year- Olive, N. C., who is currently employed as a pitcher for the American League's pace-setting New York Yankees. Fans in Boston probably are demanding to know why Cronin sold Scarborough to the Yanks. Those in Cleveland must be wondering why Greenberg passed up an opportunity to obtain the tall right- hander. Scarborough gained credit Wednesday for the Yanks' 12-7 victory over St. Louis. The triumph enabled the Yanks to stretch their lead to -two games over the second- place Indians in the pressure- paced race. The Indians dropped back by bowing, 6-5, to Philadelphia. Boston's third-place Red Sox remained 3% games astern as Mel Parnell shut out Detroit, 5-0. In the remaining American League game, the Chicago White Sox defeated the Senators, 4-1, under the lights at Washington. Brooklyn stubbed its toe in its march to (he National League pennant by dropping a 10-5 decision to the Chicago Cubs while the runner-up New York Giants sneaked Pittsburgh, 5-4, to reduce the Dodger advantage to 9% games. In night games, Philadelphia smeared St. Louis, 7-2, and Boston downed Cincinnati, 12-7, in 10 innings. Scarborough was procured by the Yanks from Boston on Aug. 22 for the $10,000 waiver price. All other clubs League had Colorado Springs Gains Full Game in WL Race By The Associated Press Colorado Spring's pace - setting Sky Sox picked up a full game in the glove-tight Western League race Wednesday night by jolting second-place Denver, 6-2. The win put Colorado Springs 2 4 games ahead of the Bears and 3Vi ahead of last year's champion Omaha Cardinals, who lost, 8-0 to Lincoln. Des Moines edged Sioux City, 4-3. The Pueblo-Wichita game at Wellington was rained out. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES in the American a chance to obtain Scarborough before the Yanks but none nibbled. Wednesday he entered the game in the third inning in relief of Allie Reynolds, who was tagged for five unearned runs in the second inning. Scarborough limited the Browns to three hits in four innings and was awarded the victory when the Yanks came up with four runs in the sixth to take a 10-6 lead. Lefty Curt Simmons breezed to lis llth victory for the Phils in the night game at St. Louis. The Phils rapped Wilmer Vinegar Bend Mizell and Joe Presko for a 7-0 lead in three innings. Ph. 465 (7~ 530 Del. WARDS GUARANTEED Factory Rebuilt Motors 13.00 Down* 10.00 Monthly * 18.00 Down* 10.00 Monthly * Installed Wards factory rebuilt motors are guaranteed just like a new car: for 90 days or 4000 miles, whichever comes first and, you get a free inspection at 500 miles (when installed by Wards). All Wards motors are completely rebuilt. Worn parts are junked and replaced with new. Reassembled like new motors, fully tested, fully guaranteed by Wards. All models available. * Average Ford, Chevrolet or Plymouth motor. Olson Gets TKO Over Hairston NEW YORK Iff) — Carl Bobo Olson had his sixth straight victory! today and a burning desire to fight Middleweight Champion Sugar Ray Robinson again. The clever, 24-year-old Hawaiian chalked up No. 6 with a six-round technical knockout over sturdy Gene (Silent) Hairston of New York in Madison Square Garden last night. Olson staggered the 23-year-old Negro deaf-mute with a right to the temple in the third round and Brewers Seem Sure To Win AA Pennant By The Associated Press The Milwaukee Brewers, all but conceded their second successive American Assocation pennant although the season runs to Sept. 7, closed their home stand Wednesday night with a 7% game lead over second place Kansas City. The relentless Brewers mauled three Indianapolis pitchers for 24 in a virtual tie for second with Ft. Smith. Since then, the Elks have been dogging the Miners, always two or three games behind. But Wednesday night, the Miners copped another victory from 'Ft. Smith, 3-2, in ten innings, while Hutchinson came out on the low end of a 7-6 game with Muskogee, also in ten innings. The loss dropped the Elks 3% games behind the pace-setters with only ten days remaining be fore the end of the season. opened a deep cut over his rightists and a 17-4 victory to wind up eye in. the fourth round. That was m. eir current home stand with a the beginning of the end. Bobo 15 -4 record. It was the only league game played. A full schedule is on tap Thursday night. Thursday's games: Louisville at Charleston Indianapolis at Columbus Kansas City at St. Paul Milwaukee at Minneapolis popped one left after another at the wound, blazed over thumping rights to the head, and then barraged his game rival's body to keep him guessing. Dr. Vincent Nardiello ordered the bout halted after the sixth as the blood-smeared Hairston wobbled to his corner. It was Olson's 48th victory in 53 fights and his 24th knockout He hasn't lost since Robinson narrowly outpointed him in their 15- round title fight in San Francisco March 13. meet and both are army clubs. The Brooke Army Medical Center of San Antonio, Tex., advanced into the fifth round Wednesday night by squeezing past Camp. Atterbury Ind., 1-0. The loss was the first [or Camp Atterbury, seeded No. 1. Brooke will meet the only other unbeaten team—Ft. Myer, Va.— Friday night. Army Team Seems Certain To Take Non-Pro Tourney WICHITA iff) — It's fast becoming a certainty an Army team will win the national non-pro baseball tournament championship. Only two teams are still undefeated in the double - elimination Joplin Miners Pulling Away By The Associated Press The Hutchinson Elks have been stalking the Joplin Miners all through the second half of the Western Association standings but its beginning to look like the Elks will fall short of the Miners in the battle for first place. Back at the end of July, when Joplin was in third place, the Elks were a close fourth. As the Miners moved up to second, Hutchinson battled up to the third notch. When the Miners took over the No. 1 position on August 15, the Elks were US Golfers Blast Away In Canadian VANCOUVER, B. C. Iff) — A posse of straight shooting hombres from jsouth of the border had Canada's amateur golf championship all but surrounded Thursday as the last 16 survivors hit the lumpy trail to the semi-finals of the 1952 tournament. Led by sockin* Sam Urzetta.i Wild Bill Campbell and Silent Bill Shields—known hereabouts as the "Big Three"—10 U. S. aces blazed a plain pathway through the hilly Capilano golf course Wednesday and paved it with busted pars. Just six Canadians remained in the scrap for this morning's sixth round. With the field to be cut in half by noon, the eight still present then will play the 18-hole quarterfinals to pare the list to four by nightfall. 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