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. I ; " · · '. , r SPORTS ABOUT TOWN : ^-i::ON PACE Ca-'V-'·;":·',: H.en. HE 5-1161 - Cl»,tlfl«d No. HE 2.59B9 . ' · ' · Independent The Southland's M Finest Morning Newspaper ' LONG BEACH 12. CALIF., MONDAY, MAY 20, 1957 Edlttd by DAVI UWIS P.g.C-1 AROUND AND ABOUT IN THE SPORTS WHIRL: Despite the fact that rumors ·re flying thick and fast that both the Dodgers and Giants will move out of New York,! still another reason why tho National League will never, abandon the nation's biggest city Is that It happens to be tho' town where you can make the most money, according to baseball men. One prominent baseball executive points out that "the mere tact.that you have a New York team means your league Is big. time." Due to tho ballpark situation, there Is the strong possibility,! of course, that one of them will] move. And of the two, Brooklyn Is. (till the most likely candidate! because the Giants' television contract, which nets the club , 5600,000 a year, runs through the 1%0 season . . . and the latest word Is that tha TV sponsor will not agree to release the club from the pact--even If asked! . . . , , . ,. , . ,, ·· * ' . * ·*·* -: .-' ALTHOUGH THKY refuse to c o n d e m n Willie Shoemaker Publicly for his mistake In the pQST SCORES ON THE DOUBLE · Kentucky Derby, It Is heard :,,, Redleg's Wally Post plows the dirt and slides be- ' · from second on double by George Crowe. Clncy won :'- ( tween legs of Pirate catcher Hank Folles to score in ';" pair.--(AP Wirephoto.) , . . . fourth inning of first game Sunday. Post scored ACKER WINS BOTH IN RELIEF Cincy Nips Sues */ JL . . . ; ' Twice, Ups Lead CINCINNATI (UP)--Tom Acker gained credit for both victories In relief Sunday as the Cincinnati Redlegs defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates, 8-7 and 5-4, to open a two-game lead in the National League pennant race. Rcdleg sluggers produced In the Into Innings of each gam* after tho Pirates staged a rally of their own. The Pirates tied the score at 7-7 with a five-run ninth Inning rally In the opener only to have George Crowe's fourth hit drive In tho decisive run In the bottom of the Inning. And the Bucs tied the nightcap at 4-4 In the eighth only to lose jwhen Wally Post blasted his | fourth homer of the year in Cln clnnati's half of the same frame. confidentially that G a l l a n t Man's handlers are extremely bitter over the Incident and privately blame him for getting beat a nose by Iron Liege . . . I n c i d e n t a l l y , favorite . "stuck" of fold Ruler, winner of Saturday's Preiikneu, con- ilsto of Life Savers, He con- ·limes as many at three packs · day . . . Eddie Yost of the Senators, rumored to be headed for the RunSkein Yankees In a big trade touched ·f-y-.. off by Billy Martin's "birthdayXC* · party," has played 10 years I the American League on tinkle which Is' so weak that , 'requires 10 yards of adherslv tape for each game ... The Cleveland Indians stl have hopes that At Rosen wl come out of retirement, havln · put him on the restricted Us Instead of the voluntarily retiree list so he can play Immediate!, rather than wait 60 days · ·' * · · * · * ; '. WHILE L E W BURDETTE has officially been cleared o throwing a spltball. Walt Alston 'nevertheless has luued Instruc tlons to his Brooklyn batters to step out of the box whenever they think he's moistened the bull, thereby giving the ball chance to dry off. What's more the Dodgers beat Burdetto the past week . . . ' . After the Cincinnati Red- legu lost their sixth straight · to Milwaukee earlier this season. National League prexy Warren Glle* was reminded of the tune he was general manager of the Clnry and It · was In 'the midst of a losing · , ptreak . . . · . At 4 a.m. one morning, a fan , called and after getting him out of bed. asked "are you the gen. rral manager of the Reds?" Giles replied "Yes," to which the disgruntled caller answered "why?" as he hung up ... Two most unique l i c e n s e plates are owned by Roy Campa- · nella and Richie A s h b u r n. Camp's New York plates carry · ROY 39. his uniform number, while . Ashburn's Pennsylvania · plates read RA 313, his Initials and llftetlme batting average ,.. * * * , BOB RUSH of the Cubs Is t BOSTON (CD -- Reliefer Paul La Palme, victim of a last-ditch home run Saturday night, helped make Bill Fischer's major league start a winning one as the first place Chicago White Sex beat Pound Lemon Nabs 3rd the Boston Red Sox, Sunday to remain unbeaten through the last eight games. Fischer had singled In two runs during a White Sox four run outburst against Boston's starting and losing pitcher 'rank Sullivan before he weak, ened In the sixth and was replaced after putting men on first and second with two out LA PALME, WHO gave up a game-tying homer to Baltimore's Dick Williams with 10 econds remaining before cur- ew less than 24 hours earlier, got Ted Williams on a long fly o end the threat and he went n to pitch hltless ball the rest if the way. However, the unbeaten Klsch- r got his second triumph and ulllvan was charged with his ourth loss against two wins. Larry Doby doubled In Chlca- o's first run and later belted Is fourth homer. as NEW YORK (UP)-Johnny Kucks came to the relief of little Bobby Shant with none out In the ninth Inning Sunday and retired the last three btters to hel the New. York Yankees snap the Cleveland Indians' flve-game winning streak, ' A tremendous home run Mickey Mantle, three Cleveland errors, and a wind-blown pop-fly double by Andy Carey all played an Important part In the Yankee victory on a cold, windy afternoon. Bob Lemon, knocked out In the sixth Inning, failed to go the distance In a starting role for the eighth time this season. Shantz, mixing an occasional fast ball with his assortment of curves and slow pltchca, scattered seven hits before tlr- ndl..rl urnti Li Pall 4 0 J II 4 J 13 o 3 n I II r«n»olo,lb · 1 :l .1 Whin t . . . _ i«rh«r t p 3 1 II o .p u u u 1 Uilffv c Hulllvcn.p 3 3 3 0 4 0 (t U 3 1 1 0 4 3 3 3 4 0 3 3 3 il 3 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 o o o I 0 « d MANTLK KHANTZ Tomla J4 » J7 11 Totall 31 t Jt I a--roulad out fur Whlla In Tl« ' Oround out lor Sullivan In Tin, Walkad loi Da La*k In »lh l«l-a«. ·!· :v::r~::TM *M MI M*_I j| m Busby to end the game. The Ar-rtlo'.- Fl«h." a MinoiT Ma^n' ··*- '-- ·"·-- '·'- "-'"' fOffrnm .corad on Ulnoao'a arror In ·Ilil. 2B-- Mailed, pof - affn.' nivara (IB-- Dobv, able to see tho catcher's finger!?i* f . r ,,'v.^ ll "]^- r "-" R1 " ri signals for the first time in'M^i""" ». many y e a r s . The big right J 5: bander, who has DP · Fax. I. nparacta- ,,.»-,,- 4. Boalon S. Palma. 1, Kulllnn ' l r ' d , . S r , r U - - - - ''·«*" l'- LI 1 -- riulilvan 3*4l,"C^ itnmtrp, Honochlcll. riafiaMy, IL-J^TU, ^ and 1. near slghled. I. now wearing glasses. Until this year, catchers devised a special set of ST iilgnals for him because of his) inability to see the r e g u 1 a r Flam TopS.Rose f or ·Igns . . . Following the lead of Brook. lyn, Detroit Is considering buying a plane, purchase of which undoubtedly will lead - t o the club being called the "Flyin Tigers" . . . . ·' Ire hockey, plensed with It* TV 'experiment of tha past Reason. Is going to televlsa even more next season, ranting II .Natunlny afternoon lumen . . . k .. nun-. t«» 1-1. Barcelona Net Title BARCELONA. Spain Herb Flam of Beverly Hills, Calif., won the fifth. Count of Godo tennis trophy by beating Mervyn Rote of Australia 6-4, 4-6, 6-3. 6-4, In the men's singles final Sunday. Yola Ramirez of Mexico defeated Darlene Hard of Montebello, Calif., R-6. 6-4 In tho women's singles final. , ·. Ing In the ninth. Rocky Colavllo who_ .previously hit three sin ;les,' opened the ninth by tag jlng Shantz with his fourt lome run of the year. Whe Chlco Carrasquel walked an. Icorgo Strickland followed will a single, manager Casey Stenge summoned Kucks from the bull pen. Kucks ' retired plnch-hlttcrs Hal'Naragon and Joe Allobcll on an Infield grounder and an outfield fly and then struck ou victory for Shantz was his thlr of the season and his firs against the Indians since June 29, 1993. The setback was only the second In the last 11 games [or the Indians. Incidentally, one of the lav- orlt* stunts pulled by Boston hockey fans Is to throw a llvej . ^1--.^,,..,,_··.... r.nn-v ·»quld onto the Ice and watchJANDERSEN 2ND It slither from one end of PAKK WINNER, the rink to the other . , * * * . IT IS SAID that Bill Terry headed a group ready to Invest a million dollars In the Baltl more Orioles H few months ago. - but the deal fell through when the club nixed the stipulation that Terry operate as the front . office boss . . . i · . _ The Coast Ou»n! Is conduct., Ing · ciunpsilgn mgalnst "pi- T»ey"--the tremendous' up- ·lire* *( theft* of outboard ntoton ud other from pleasure boats . ~ GUAYAMAS, Men. -- Tom Park of Lakewood. Md Greta Andersen of Long Beach, continued their domlnnnce In distance swimming Sunday by finishing 1*1 In the 28-mll0 marathon swim In the Booo- chlbtmpo Bay at flusyamM, Mexico, Park, finishing the gnlelUng swim nbout a mile In front, was unofficially clocked In 11 hours, 18 minutes, compared to Miss Andersen's 12 hour* flat. The duo competed «flnst six other International champion swimmers. / - . HANK BAUER'S double and a single by Elston Howard produced the Yankees' first run In the second Inning and, In the third, Mantle blasted a'pitch Into the teeth of a strong wlm 'or his seventh home run, the jail landing In th* upper right field deck. ' Vic Werti' ; homer In the fourth narrowed the Yankees' lead to one run but a throwing error by Colavito In the fifth enabled the Yankees to score twice. - . · i ,,. ..;, . ,, - , . . Ckttlual Na» Vork AH H n A All H O A Buiby,rf · I 3 0 4 7 2 1 0 M'DuiaM.aa 4 1 3 ; 1 Manila,c( 3 3 3 0 1 Bv*-a 3 1 7 1 n 4 n « o 4 Bauir.rl 4 3 3 1 ] Howard.If 4 1 1 0 ·lan ) 3 1 0 Carar.Jb 4 1 1 ] NNiruCS 1 0 0 0 Bnantl.p ., 4 t 0 I Ltmor~p 9 1 0 1 Kuekl.p ,' 0 0 0 0 hi Vila, p , 0 0 0 0 a.HalBaa 1 0 0 0 - . - Tornanakb 0 0 0 0 - ·-·. l-AIUbalH 1 0 0 0 . · · . I Total. U I 14 11 TolllI 99 11 IT 1 i a.--BlrtMk out for Pltula In Tlh. ' b-- onwndad nil for In 1th. a--p-jiad out far Ten-.nak In Bin, :tovalwia] __.,,-,.._...._, M* IM 111--J «tw York ...,,..,, . l Hill.a),--4 E--flmllh. Colavlto. Slrlakland. 11BI-- Howard, MunlH. Warla, MDou|ald aeorad on Colavllo'a arrar In olhl. Barn. ' i. (Shanli aeorad nn Htrlckland'a ·rror (n (Ihl. H.i.n, Colavllo. 3B-- Uuar t, Caray, Hn--Manila, Want. ColavHn, . pK-F . Woo4lln|,1! 4 H *nmn,3b 4 0 4 1 Kiinrf 4 '4 .Mqlll.M 3 0 BtrieklHd,2» 3 1 ll.I.n i 3 1 o i n . '· 8h.nti.UiDiMii.ld-ako«rB LOB nmlind T N» YoU 7. BB-- Un I, Filula 1, Shun l. TomiMk 1 . , . no-- ntul. Rh.nli «. Xucki Pltnli 0-V . , «. Xucki 1. HO-- Ltmon ll.e-M, Pltnli 0-V Tominib 0.3, 8h»li |4 (fu4 s bdliri In iiln, Kuikf 0.1. RAEIV-- UmMt ··!. S-1. WP--Shnt U-li. LPi-Umon (3.41, u-- Boor, Titatehl. B«rry, lie ·InKr. 7--1:53. All.-- M,103. ' v* . Ran Frahelaeo 4*4. ** Ancalaf H.atlla ··, Hollywood B*lo Portland ai Baeratnanlo. both sa postponed, Wat ground.. Vancouver al dan Ii«io, both sa poalponad, w«alh4r OMitra Bcallla At Viineou 1 .,. -- -,~-or Haydan (1.11 and Krallow ||.3l v. Dambariar l l - 2 ) , a n d B.imoo Erault 10*21. Ua Anialai al Ran FraMlaeo--Han Ion I 4 0 va. lliinl 11*0), iOnlf famaa a«hadulad), · *' AMERICAN LEAOUK w. i* «·''· riav«fa»l"'Zr.TM...jr if Naw York 17 Palrofl _. IS BO.IOI, ."::::~;:::TM_T.)» Kan.aa Oily n . 13 Palllmora 10 Waahlnslon 7 ,«30 :«.m .Mil .Sno .13.1 JM J8 Baltlmnra 1f)-0, Kanaaa [lna rallad rnd r-t (Iva btlrolt *. Wa.Mn«l..n 1 Ntw York f . Cltvilaml Chlctno t, HMton 3. ' 2-» llnd li, ralni (nlitlt)-- lry Dttrolt at Waitilnalon (nllht) (2-41 vi. Ramot 43-31 Kaniai Clly at falllmora (n: " Inar ;0-3» Ti. Jolriaon (1*4). 'slil'rtlvan' (/?!. """ ""' lileaao al Boaton--Wllaon (4. na 10-2). 'hlUdilnMa""." "aw'To"*'" Hnnd N." "v!tk i,'Hllw'auaaa i Brooklyn 10, SI. Ixxi a 3. f T ,5*1 1 ,4M . T .433 1 .2*0 I I 1 l.iS l) V:' rhllad.lphm' i Cblaaro, rain. Brooklyn HI ^l!T.«u?»-Draa«lt (S*0) t/l. Wahmatir 13*3). lOnly tamo athaduM r. NOWORDON-;: PCC MEETING ^ - SPOKANE, ' Wash. :(*P» ~. Pacific Coast Conference faculty athlctlo . representatives convened .here Sunday night to outline the agenda for this week's spring meeting. , , , ·"' Chief Items on the agend* ·re ft new ald-to-athletes code ·nd the possible . lifting of penalties Imposed on SC and UCLA football seniors. No Minottnoement will be made until tonight. CANT BE HELPED Cellar Raps Cellar Club NEW YORK (UEI -- Ilep Emunuel Cellfr (D-N.Y,), an advocate of placing organised bMeball under tha anti-trust laws, mid Humlay, "I don't think any bill ran help the Washington Senators" team Describing the 8 up TO ma Court decision on organized baseball an "very unusual nnd strange," Celler said he was In favor of eliminating the so- called reserve clause In baseball. Ha charged the owners of the Washington club being more Interested In buying and soiling player* than In trying to win games. Braves Eye Two Giants MILWAUKEE ·' (ff\ -- New ilayer talks between the Mil waukee Braves and New York --possibly Involving the Giants :ed Schoendlenst again and ton Mueller for the first time --were held Sunday, . . Braves' general manager John Qulnn, while declining to ills- lose what names were dls- usicd, said "a new name in the utfleld" came up. The "new ame" Is believed to be Mueller Any deal between the two lubs probably would Include choendlenst, veteran seconc a»eman reportedly sought by ie Braves last winter. The Giants' asking price for choendlenst then was said to e second baseman , Danny 'Conncll; \ -outfielder ' Dobby Thomson, an old New York orltc, and righthander Ray 'rone. The Braves -- at that me -- were reported to have alked at giving up Crone, However, Qulnn said Sunday, we think we can , trade tcher." i .s- Today's Sports Card Ur»«IM«J-Hollrwood UflMl SUdlum, If* c«i»4w-- P«n Fulfil Audllorlura, 10 Mn. ACKER, WHO I'ICKKI) up his fourth victory of the season In the opener for pitching to only one batter, received credit for the win In the nightcap after entering tho game In the eighth. Ills five victories arc one more than he scored for the- Redlcgs nil lost season, . ., , The Pirates took an early 3*0 lead In the nightcap but the Rcdlegs picked up one run off Ron Kline In- the fifth and went ahead, 4-3, In the eighth when Smokey Burgess hit a two-run homer and Bob Thurman followed with his third pinch homer of the season. Singles by Bill Vlrdon and Dick Groat plus an error by Roy McMillan enabled the Pirates to tie the score at 4-4 In the eighth but Post tagged Kline's pitch of the eighth for his fifth!'j*· round-tripper. The loss w fe * Kline's fifth without a victory ' i THE PIRATES staged a flv run rally with two out In t ninth Inning of the opcnet) aft Brooks Lawrence kept the well under control through th first eight frames. Vlrdon c maxed that rally with a thre run homer to produce a 7-7 tie. Johnny Temple walked start the Redlegs' ninth and Gu l and Crowe followed wl hits that sent him scampcrln over the plate. Crowe, subbln irllllantly for the Injured Te Kluszewskl, had four hits In fiv ries and knocked In four runs. FIRST bounced back to win the second, Hold PCL Lead Hollywood hung on to Its one nd one-half game lead In the 'aclflc Coast League Sunday by putting A doublchcadcr with icattle. The Ralnlers won the Irst game 6-5, but Hollywood 0-5, before 4,736 at Gllmore 'leld. Joe Taylor, Seattle .right Icldcr, continued his hitting ways, socking a home run In °° tn C amp «- omcr » ·«!» He now has 10 season and · the most RBIs In the league--34. Taylor has hit a homer In each of the last four games. y . Taylor got his first homer Sunday In the fourth Inning. He stepped Into one of Bob Gar- . ber's fast balls and sent It up and over the left field stands. Bill Glynn was on base. Taylor popped his second home run off Ben Wade In tho second game with two men on. IIAME tli Clwlnnll AH II O A AB II n '. 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HB*-Fon4r 2. fl»«,--P. mllh, ThomM (Kr Qrott F. DP-* w«; UeMlllsirJ*T*inplivHHk, lllan, IXIlt--PllUburnri fl, nclnntll 3. PB-- Klin* ], flsinch** 1. *KHn» 4, KllpPfttln 3, A e k t r 8. I--lUrktr 3.0 iplicrttd to 3 bitUN In . KHpp*it«m 6*3. Kr«m«n O-3, Btn- .1 ,·!, Acl»r 4*2, IUKR-- Kiln* 6-2. ck*r 2.2, KllpptiUln 1-1, Ak«r 1*0. »--A«h*r «fl.,T LP--kllnt (0-51. Bik«r, D»«oll, Bvcory, LftndM. --2:23. All.--21. Mi. Sacs Buy Weatlake · SACRAMENTO Wl--The Sac- mento Solons of the Pacific ast League Sunday purchased rst baseman Jimmy Westlakc rom the Philadelphia Phillies. JIMMY BRYAN ^ '. Next In Trial Run .1* 500'Trials Washed Out INDIANAPOLIS UP) -- Rain Sunday washed out the second scheduled session of time trials or the 500-mile race May 30 nd led car owners to ask and Eel B new rule which will end nc of their oldest complaints. The I n d i a n a p o l i s Motor pccdway and the United States Vuto Club--which sanctions the 500"--agreed that whenever aln stops the trials, cars stand- ng In line will hold their poil. ions for the next qualifying ay. · In the past the qualifying neup has been on a first come, rst servo basis. , The new rule means tha Immy Bryan of Phoenix, Ariz ic USAC national racing hump last year, will be lh rst to attempt to qualify In c.xt Saturday's trials. Waiting behind him, and now ic order of trials for next Sat rday, were Eddie Russo, Pan usso, Johnny Thomson, John e Tolan, Sam Hanks, Johnnli arsons, Bob Velth, Jack Tur- cr, and Jim Rathmann. JIM DVCK AND Hal Bevan hit back-to-back home runs'for Seattle In the first game. Trailing 6-0, the Stars plctad up two runs In the foqrth on singles by' Carlos Bemltr and Dick Smith. Larry Jansen was bombed off the mound In , the seventh when Hollywood got three runs on successive singles by Spook Jacobs, Jim Baumer and BUI Cau.lon. But that was all the fire power tho stars could muster. Wade gave up only two hits and struck out 10 before Seattle igot the range In tho sixth Inning of the second game. Four hlu, Including Taylor's 400-foot drive, produced four runs and Chuck Churn took the mound with the Stars leading, 10-4. Churn never was In serious trouble, . ... ' HOLLYWOOD struck for two runs In the second frame, Smith singling In Paul Pettlt who had singled and Bcrnler who was hit by a pitched ball. Tha landslide came In 'the third with seven Star runs' on six hits, two walks and a sacrifice. Bill Hall doubled I n - t w o and Baumer's single got two others. "i'ne barrage knocked out starter Howie Judson. . FIR/IT j A B H O "llvnn'VhTM i ? J 5 TM'*il- ° 1 n'S j l y n n . l o » 3 J 3 « J n II 3 a p.llll.rl' i o 3 ii 4 0 H.rni.r,ir £ I .1 II j I I llall.e 4 I ] 0 ! J i 3 ··Rortrliuai 1 0 0 II 3 s!!; s'-iraj 11 ? j n 1 0 3 1 narba'r.p il u 0 II :iiurn,p I I il il i 1 o S II H a t # r , p » n u u il · ' '-KohAik I o o o _ O'Itannall.-i 1 0 0 2 Tola] 3 5 1 0 2 7 1 ( 1 Total SToijiT a-- Knilad out lor Hall In mh' . D--J;lnv4 out for Churn In Jrrl. «--Kjlad out lor Waltra in »|h. . -·til* , nil , allrw-n* «M j . Ctnnttly.p PAR DRILL 4.000 See 'Pajarito' An estimated 4,000 boxing ans Sunday matched Mexico 'Ity featherweight sensation Klcarilo, (Pajarlto) Moreno mln at Hollywood Legion Stadium for his May 28 nut- oor 10-roiiniler , with Jose /otaro, ' California feather* velght chump, , at (Jllmore 'lelil. Moreno, ranked ninth among la world'* 126-p o n n d a r s, urned In an Impressive, hard unchlng, four-round sparring ilon with Rudy Coronaito, il« chief iparmate. 'avlor J. Rtrnlar, . IB-- Uallla, lavan, Taylor. « ' '2"'i ,· -'nnmOr I.J, Hm'lih, ,· HO-- J O.rb.r «-3 ... . «KHI.NI «AMK Ulynn.lh Taylor, rf Dytk'.ir Ayrwjd" wn'.p 'ra*a"a P 2 1 0 0 4 f 1 1 3 2 0 0 B.rnlir I f -1 o 4 (I ll.ll.i .1 I 3 II 2 0 1 0 Hmlth, aa 0 0 3 0 Wada.p iniochur.., 2 0 . 0 V . · 1 1 0 0 3 3 3 0 3 2 4 O 3 n i n 4 i n n 4 3 « 1 4 3 n o 3 n 0 o o o o o · .i" ^ - 3 H T 1 S ] Total! 3«ii3ii t for ll.ydtn in Tth. AM Ml I-- s ._ OS. ·!· a-- IS ba Smith. RBI^Hmlth 3, Halj nr. Saa--Palllt (f) '(2). liP--Banna" acob. and P-llll. IX)B~«aillla 5,'li-H- 2. In 1 . vwnnd 7 . BR« JudMMl I . l l i . . W'.d. t, r-hurn 1. no-- Ju^xn i, 1U- d.n 1, w.di 10. JK-Jud«jn 4 i«: .llnro'n B la v wu 4 In ·hum I In I '4. R*En-- Judton 4«; l.yd«n «.4; Wai* 44i rhurfi 1*A, HBP -- Btrnltr. Jl«obi br JttriMMi: C«11*l«« lliydi": T«rw br w«(». WF -. 11.31. I,p_ Jud»n l].31. 0 -- NiMtlrh. HuUrt M AOileH, T-- 13*. Stars Recall Naton" V The Holfywood Stars Sunday · recalled catcher Pete Naton from )allas of the Texas League.. He · 111 report at the end of- the week. Sports on Radio-TV RADIO Tanka »i. Indiana--KMFC. 1 P.m. Aniala TI, Mall--KMPr*. Sili p.M, - TKI.KVIHION Hollar Lxrby-KTLA l a l . S P.m. ' \Iaais Credits ^Ex-Tribe ffi WASHINGTON ' (ttE) --De- ' J account ' for his surprising trolt rlshthander Duke Maas. .j comeback this year. baseball', latest rags-to-rlches r , H ° 1wever ' that 7', fnot " _ . ." . , -· simple as Maas made It sound man. Sunday credited control r, because Detroit manager Jack ' pTtcher for h-TVmazTnT^ ' ^ ^^ " W1 "" Hud " n was able to accomplish this , spring what I've been trying ! straight win after an- 0-7 record last season. What did Hudlln, a neve- land righthander of the '30s, do to effect such a marvelous salvage? "Willis j cot me to study i every move I made and to ; · ' Tighe Is so excited by the development that he's count-. In: on his slider expert and the anticipated return to form of southpaw Billy Hoeft to lift turnabout performance. "No,. I've Just learned to control what I already had," replied Maas when'somebody · The 28-year-old Man turned IV "I used to be wild and I wondered If the Tiger hurler i back the Senators, 6-1. on five · didn't know the hitters," ex- had developed « new pitch to l; lilts , Sunday for his sixth : plained tha Utlca, Mich., Duke, to do for about two years; he i. think before I pitched," said taught control to the Duke." 4 Maail. "But this new o -ctntratlon made the dlfferencti. N longer do I pitch before I know what I'm going to throw ard where I am throwing the ball." baSd^ex'aXdu^ «" ^" '"° ***%. ,, his 1926-40 reign with the In- r OU1 ,TM n TM 7 £,* dlans. but his mark could well P^, 1 " 1 to ** ln P^cwon be established In this new rote I nunp, If Maas continues his present i If that Is so, Hudlln and pace--as the Tiger* hopefully Maas rate a bow--and A expect.,,.., , , . bonui. .. ^

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