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PAGE EIGHT SPORTS THE GREENVILLE NEWS. GREENVILLE. SOUTH CAROLINA SPORTS SATURDAY. AUGUST 25. 1 95 1 DUNEAN TOPS BRA VES IN 14TH; RED FLAMES WIN Dynamos To Meet Lyman Tonight, 8 Ritter Doubles With One On In 14th As Play-offs Begin In WC By HURLEY C. BADDEES Tex Rittert double double In the 14th Inning, with Ray Acton on base. gve the Dunean Dynamo a 2-1 victory aver the Brandon Braves last night. The game was the first in the seriea of plavoffs for fourth place- in the Western Carolina League. Dunean will travel to Lyman tonight at 8 o'clock in the second game of the playoff, and the winner will play at Brandon on Monday. Bach team will play till two lose two games. Acton had tied the game up in the lerenth inning with a aaseg empty home ran, and brilliant pitching by Brandon starter Fail Fotter and Dnnran'i Earl Grav kept the game scoreless the rest of the way. Jim Coker had relived in the 14th and he struck out Simmon to the start the fatal frame. Acton was handed a base on balls, and then Ritter did his damage, winning the ball saint. tbrh eDaneen 9 0 0 0 fiord 3b 12 0 Oailllard.cf 0 2 1 Simmon, If 031 Acton 3b 5 0 1 0 Hitler. lb 5 0 0 n Sutton. ss 5 0 2 0 Turner rf 6 0 0 0 Kirby c 5I0 drav.p 1 0 0 0 Holt Z5 A W t w o Brandon Smith. ef Campbell. Jb Phillips IS Jones, lb Blackweil.rf M AMp 3b stmts if Iverster.o Foster, p Colter p BOYS IN DEMAND 'THE PROCESSES of college football recruiting are personal and do not belong to general literature. They should be chronicled in detail only in advertisements of Male Help Wanted, picture postcards of drum majorettes at co-ed schools, cow barns at academies for men only, and In the secret by-laws of the Women's Auxiliary of the Ancient Disorder of Ex asperated Coaches. Southern Conference rules, as they now stand tipsy turvy, forbid coaches from enticing prospects with anything more al luring than a cancelled postage stamp or a letter that may out line the old age insurance benefits which an athlete may enjoy from football at this or that institution. There's nothing on the parchments, however, to prevent a college recruiter from stuffing $100 yellowbacks in his coat pocket j the to impress the youngster of the prosperity of the school the' agent represents with his pile and guile. There are other media of personal advertisements to get results in the form of fast, elusive halfbacks or rugged 200-pound linemen. Boys are In demand all right but often have their de- Peaches Visit Spinners At 2:30 Smokies Rip Locals, 74 Greenville Gets 15 Hits But Leave 14 Men Stranded Greenville's Spinners and the Spartanburg Peaches will make a Jay appearance here this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at Meadowbrook park in a Tri-State League baseball tussle. Manager Mack Stewart will like ly sena Jim Troutm&n, a rlght- iiaimcr. to me ma In the alter noon tut. ureenvuie lournevn tn snartan. burst tonirht for another Tri-State League tut. The aoinns then rtnm hnm Monaav niuht fur a tuo-eame series with Spartanburg and Knox- ville. Pelzer Closes Swimming Program In Water Show biki 0 0 11 Anna 2 'inlands. 0 0 11 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL8 RArDOr? . POWgAls 28 Ulaekweil (7th. none nm B Poitu 4, Coker l, on. 50 1 10 2 TOTALS 42 3 5 3 000 104 000 000 001 .... O0O 000 100 000 01 Acto... Ritter HR Acton SO router 1. Orny I Gray 1. Winner- Riegels Lose To Sluggers; Play Woodside WARE SHOALS, Aug. 24 EasleyM Sluggers out-yawned the Ware Shoals Riegels here tonight, taking a 7- victory In a sleepy half-in- tersting Mid-week maKeup game. The Sluggers got all for their runs in the first inning, while the Riegels scored four In the seventh, which was the final frame. Pete Mish's bases loaded homer accounted for the four tallies. Med-lock had a double and a single to pace the Easley nine. The Riegels will play Woodside here tonight in the final game of tine season. ibthjW Hhoals ikihl 4 0 10 Abrams.rf 3 10 0 3 110 Feeler. if 0 3 0 1 0 2 1 0 Wll',l ii.B ((110 4 0 0 0 D'.H' ksloc It 3b 4 0 0 0 4 1 1 2 f it u II J 0 0 0 3 110 Benson. lb 3 10 0 4 l 3 o'nnwnen 2b nil 3 13 0 Martin c 2 114 HancOrk.p Moor c !Uiah . I 'Cooper it 10 7 3 TOTALS 3 4J ..' 704 000 0 7 000 000 44 3B-MedIork. Cooprr. 3B Rampev. Cooper HH MIsh i7lh. three on. SO -Harruton 3, Peler 1 BB-Harnston l. Wright winner- Harrlston Losrr Hancock. U Howell and Medlock. Scorer ay. Pirates Blast Phillies, 5-1 PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 24 UP) Ous Bell's home run with the basse loaded In the third inning started the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 5 to 1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies tonight. Murry Dickson's two hitter gave him his nth pitching triumph against 11 defeats. Fltlburh ab r b a Philadelphia ibtkl Caatiil lie 3b i 1 1 2,Caba,lcro 2b 4 0 0 3 rnuiips.iD j a i u Ashburn.ci Thomas.cf 5 0 2 0 Slsirr.lf ftlner.lf 4 10 0 N.ehu'.M.n tf Bell.rf 5 14 0 Brun 10 MCullough.c 4 0 1 U Jones..lti Stricklend.sa 4 113 IUmiiri.il Cole.3b 1 0 0 0 W.'.lier..' Murtaugh.2b 1 0 0 2 l i.un.n-i.n p Dtckaon.p 4 12 0 a-Viikus 1 1 : i : u U-fc Hill Easier CampbeP ss Coimcrs,2b Prater, r( Gatfnev lb Anders. 3l Rampey.cf Medlock. c Henson.lt lUfriiton.p TOTALS IASI.SY W. SHOALS TRICKY ADS TO GET HELP fLEMSON, frixample, could send out a pretty poster showing the John C. Calhoun mansion and the lovely lane leading to the door of the ancestral home of South Carolina's distinguished statesman. Under this picture it would be legal. If not In good taste, to print the words: "Come to Clemson, young man, and follow in Calhoun's footsteps." You'd be surprised at the number of robust young men who have gone to Clemson and Into a football uniform because of their Innate desire to be closer to the Calhoun Influence which, through the centuries, has shaped the destinies of many great men In history, and readln', rltln' and rlthmetlc. University of South Carolina might ingeniously distribute literature under the Great Seal of the State in a personal appeal to prospects, and say to all the world and the high school athletes In it, that money-minded men make a mistake by not coming to Columbia where the capital awaits them. Of course, The Citadel could confuse the youthful minds by saying Charleston as the richer city has the capital for deserving gridders who will be given side trips to see the capltol in Colum bia. LaCARTKR LOSES KNOXVILLE'. Tenn . Aug. 24 iP. The Knoxville Smokies defeated ureenvllle Spinners umlitlit. 7-4. tnr their third vi- ti.rv m the four-game series. Knoxville,' (ieorge MoAffertv allowed 15 hits, but cime through with 11 slrliaouts In the clutches to hold down the Spinners' scoring. Ray Wiese. Ralph Lucas and Oail Harris banged out two hits ench to lead the Smokies' eight-hit assault on Ray LaCarter. (.reenfllle iblbi Knmvllle 3 13 1 Hroa Ii is 9 0 3 0 Wlese 3b 2 0 0 0 Lucas il 3 0 0 2 Romeo cf 3 12 0 Harrli lb 3 13 0 Rodin rl 3 13 4 Wrvmer.n 7b 4 0 3 0 Pernandet.c 10 10 McAfleri) b 3 0 0 3 TOTALS 44 4 15 12 TOTALS Jones us Beiel.rf lfutke.3b Phillips 3b Zlellnekl.cf Si.Da.lti Ferguson. 2b Dixon. If Heater c LaCarter. p ab r k a 3 10 1 4 12 1 4 12 0 3 10 0 4 0 2 1 4 0 10 4 112 XT,v r- i ORI1INVILLE .... 101 000 KNOXVILU . 005 Oil K-Jones. PhllMpe. Brown, Wevmann. RBI Brazlei. Dixon. Heater 2 Wieae 2. Romeo. Harris 2. Weymann. Fernandei. 2B Jonea, Brallel, Wleae. Harm. Lucai. Weymann. 3B-Hfter SB Wevmann S Mc.Mferty. DP Pernson. Jonea and Suba Wleae weymann and Harris. Left -Orten-Vllle 14. Knoxville 4 RR-l.ararter 9 Me. Airertv 1. SO-MrAflertv II p Hester U Oarner and Olkon. T 1 38. A 700 'estimated' Frlitr hummer vwimnnng training program under the ipoiuoi-ihip of the Anderson Red Croat Chapter ana reizer ( ommuniiy Assueiation, cloaea last mini with a colorful water show at the indoor nool of 4oo; ine reizer gym. Jay Kay had charge or the Juniors, and L. A. Muth, Pelier recreational director, handled 1 " IIij rt III I nH,,MM Tlii u nl.i. .kn. XfAmA n.AI1- vwlmmln Sn.nlAH. - 1 . - ,L. H " " 1 JMVfliKui, " nBkvi Biiwn iiivibuiv ,WIWU ,WIUIIJIIII IWHISHVIISi H1IJ UCUIIHIIUSIIUUB VI 111 C V- rious types uf strokes used in swimming. The adult members form a water wheel, reading from the top of the picture clockwise, is Carolina Allen, .flmrale McGlll, Barbare Meares, Beatrice Davis, Margaret Hall and Libby Fagan. Leoda Turpin, standing inside the pool, looks on. (Photo by Durwood Boyce, Pelzer). 32 1 13 "J00-4 OOj -7 OTHER ATTRACTIVE APPEALS URMAN could well make a play on Its nickname. Purple Hurricane, and distribute placards depicting a hurricane and exhort prospects with this line: "Come to Furman, Now, and Be Safe from the Hurricane. If you lodge elsewhere you might be in the path of the Hurricane." At Furman, also, the boys may find the mint that is not in juleps. There are devious ways a Southern Conference school can, and probably has, induced athletes to come to the campus where a tailor is ready to measure him for a football suit . . . And still stay within the law. The S. I. A. A. or whatever remains of that ancient, honored and unwleldly league also has recruiting restrictions but these probably are less stringent than alumn on an alumnus. Wofford, f'rlnstance, as a powerhouse in the SIAA, would be In perfectly good grace to bid the boys to come to Spartanburg, the home of Dr. Sam Orr Black, Sr., and Bob Cates where the purse string, I mean latch string, is on the outside. Another strong appeal perhaps would be: "Boys, make your suburban home In Spartanburg, S. C, only 30 miles by dual lane highway to Greenville and the Great Neon Way." Chiefs Drop Peaches, 3-2 Yankees Nose Tribe, 2-0 GET PLAYERS BY MAIL ORDER 17RSKINE, Newberry and Presbyterian are quite capable of con trlving their own respective means of kidnaping, and this department wouldn't attempt to offer suggestions for their ma ture minds to contemplate. Our helpful hints were given to the other college coaching staffs who may be In a quandary as to the processes of procuring prospects. No doubt about It, scores of high school senior players could become stamp collectors from all the letters they have received from different college athletic departments which offer to In scribe names, free of charge, on sheepskins after four years if 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 2001' approved bv the brain trusters. J u u 31 t kA n i,mi r!lf t rt ntrr-rmT-lamArl mall firnera it 1 hp TOTALS 3d 5 in TOTAtS -Piled out lor Ihvmiotu .,, b-HIt home inn l"r lui.-tii :i PrrisBURciM PMILAO-Lf H1A . 4- Brown. RBI Bell Phillips. HR- Bell, Ennls 3 0 0 6 JOOfl 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1110 311 1 I 14 i !l 9. Philadelphia 2 Wlmiet 111. Loser Thompson 3 -S 001 000 -! IHI0 UjO 001 -1 Fill. 15 2R Bell. HU - PlllstiuiHli I) KftOn 8 247 Garver Notches I5th; Beats A's Southern Conference would adopt the proposed grant-in-aid to athletes and thus eliminate the necessity of letter-writing in terms of endearment without mention perforce of forbidden fruit and money. In other words, the college scouts could contact the chums directly with offers of monthly payments not to exceed the amount stipulated by Conference rules and regulations. That's the Southeastern Conference policy. WON'T CAI .1 .TF( )R ANT-IN-ATD 4T THE SOUTHERN Conference annual meeting In Charlotte ROCK HILL, Aug. 24 tP)-Dave Hlllman tied a Tri-State record for 16 strikeouts and John Smith slam med an in-the-park home wilh man on in the ninth here touiulil tn ive the Hock Hill Chiefs a 3-2 win 2-0, over the Spartanburg Peaches. innman blanked the Peaches i until the ninth when Al Smith alngled and Al Nell followed with his 38th home of the year to live Spartanburg a 2-1 lead. But the Chiefs came fiahtine back in their half ol the ninth against Stan Pltula who had allowed onlv two hits, both in the second inning when Rock Hill scored iU firs; run. Pinchhitter Gob Slusaek sliced out a single and advnncefl on Hlllman's sacrifice. Smith then lined a drive over second which took a bad hop and bounded bv Centerf iekl Tex Dargle and went for a home run. Spartanburg abrhaRock Hilt Hunt. is 4 0 0 a J Smith. 3b Zuberk.ab 3 0 0 S Nasle rnak.s! aPattv 1 0 0 0 Rhodes. tf Wortnian,2b OOOOButleril 4 112 Pudzett.lb 4 1 3 Silvv.lt tuit HouklUEht.c 2 0 10 M Kee 2h 3 0 12 bHlnsarek WAterciitier.e 3 0 0 0 Hiilmun p Pltula. P 4 0 0 2 Gene Woodling jBranca Hurls Blasts Two-Run STATISTICS j Dodgers Over Blow In Seventh TJRI STATE " CB Cubs, 1 To 0 CLEVELAND. A;,a 24 if -The .,.r:'',',1.' " New York Yankees fought back to. its mil within two eniiips of Hie league spananburi, leaiiing Indi.itis. rtefeai.ng Cleveland U"".'iu" uii iiuc rvLfvitiiiii s twa iiin;1,,a nomer in 'ne eveii::i it::i.ivt ana (,re.nuir the rur light puci.iii'-; ol .SjiUhpawr Stubby Otrrmire and Joe Ostrowsk.. Tlie Yankee vic'.ory e enotl tli se-r.e- at one game apierc nnct snapped a ske.n of Id consecutive triumphs rolled up by the Indians at Cleve- lan 18. W. I. HI 31 IS 4S 14 ; fit 1,1 511 71 51, 11 4 :i S7 SI .Mm .in 441 BROOKLYN, Aug. ; Ralph Branca turned performance of the season Kl'M'l.TS YEST1 RIMY Knnxvllle (ireenville 4 Kbrk Hill 11 stiarlanburt '! Auilerpun 1:1 Oreruauud S Ashevllle ( hsrlulle 1 qMKS TODAT .nH .n4l,."m h .1 h.i, ll CharUtle at Andersas ,o v (ireenvule al Sp.irlsnl.uri flreenaail at Knoxville Ink lllll al Ahrillle Spartanburg at tlrernvMle. 1 3.1 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE A !mlih.lb Neil if Uarsie.cf Conn. if Helnb'ner.Sb A throng of 71 C8 c.i(li customers, largest night game crowd of the season, watched the ( leve-land Ktehtliander larlv tVynn match shutout pltrhlnx with the Yankee vet runs for six innings. Then in the seventh, Oatrowski who had tnki'ii over the hurlinc uoaian duties in tlie piev.ous Irnme when..'- '""' ...,V., i .. ( inr.i.nal j,i;u.r,.i,iii ... iu,iiaui.u s f' f'hl'S)a soochis pitcliinij arm. gu.-pr scd with a i,nki,ursi ' l l l s.neie to right. After Phil Rlzzuto ' . ' S.sarrificevl (Vtrowski to second. Mic- bfsci.ts Tfhtisboat l.ooSkey Mantle fanned lor the second S ci 2 0 0 l Cllt. P ll-hursli "i FhilaJeli'liia 1 1 ' 1 0 IVnnril-ne In Hio rn rtsf nf a h'n?- Bnvlini "-." liinlnnatl l-l ah r h a 4 110 rt m brwukhn Sen Vork . I Philadelphia W. L. 4-! -I .11 110 til .1 K.,M SI Id 31 H, Hi ii; Pi t. CB. .in: .in : i mo .4111 .is; .113 IS IS'. It'l 33 'I ; 24 fPr-Big m nis best tonight a; ne pitcned tne league-leading Brooklyn Dodgers to a 1-0 victory lover the Chicago Cubs. Branca allowed three hits and fanned 10. The Dodgers scored in the first on a single, error, fly ou', and a bunt double by Jackie Robinson. Chleafo ab r h a Braoklvn ab f a Mlkals.Jb 4 0 0 J Purillo.rr 4 0 11 Connora.lb 3 0 0 0 Hecse.ss 4 1 S I b-Cavarretta 1 0 0 0 Snider.cf 4 t 3 3 Pnumholts.cl ) 0 1 0 obln.on.2b 4 0 2 0 Pauer If 3 0 0 1 Hodaea.lb J 0 0 1 Jackson. 3b 3 0 0 1 Campanella.c 10 10 ilerin nrkl.rl 3 0 0 0 Pafko.lf 3 0 10 Edwards c 3 0 0 2 Cox 3b 3 0 13 Smailrv ss a 0 1 4 Branea p J 0 0 2 M:nm r l) 2 0 11 s-Buress 10 0 0 TOT A LB 2t 0 3 12 TOTAtfl 30 1 0 9 a-Pl!ed out for Mimier In Sih. b-Olounded oul lor Connors in 0Ul. Judson Visits Poe Today At 3:30 O'clock Simpsonville And South ern Bleachery Vie At Poinsett, 4 P. M. By FRANK BALLENCER The pennant-winning Poe Eagles, having won the first two games of their semi-final aeriea in the Shaughnessy playoffs in the Greenville Textile league, take on the Judson Red Coat this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the F. W. Poe field in the third earne of the three-best- of-flve series. Manager Ansel Brldwell of PoeA anticipated to send Southpaw Zf. Roberts to the mound aaainst Judson's Manager Joe O'Shields, a righthander. President Jlmmie Roberson of the Greenville Textile League will present the championship trophy for the 1951 baseball season to Poe In a pre-game ceremony at the Poe diamond today. Southern Bleachery s Red Flames toppled Pelzer. 8 to 7. yesterday at Poinsett's Templeton field to reach the finals of the "sudden death" series against eimusonville today to determine the fourth-place club hi the Greenville Textile circuit. SLATER AWAITS i'OE Simpsonville and Southern Bleachery will clash this afternoon at, 4 o'clock at Poinsett's templeton field. Whitey Morrow or Jack Oood-nough. both righthanders, are likely to start for SimDsonville mainst Southern Bleachery's Veteran George Blackwell on the mound. The winner of todavs "sudden death" affair will open a three-best-of-five semi-final series with second-place Slater early next week. RED FLAMES BLAZE Youthful Buck Gay. who lust won Southern Bleachery's opening "Sudden death" victory Thursday, hurled his Red Flame mates to a 8-7 victory over Pelrer's Bears yesterday afternoon in an amazing relief role. Gay, taking over in the second Inning after the Bears had scored six runs off Starter Will Yeargln, E itched seven innings of one run all to gain the triumph, lie struck out four and walked two. Pelier's veteran James Ross was charged with the loss. The Red Flames clinched the game with a three-run rally after one was down in the 8th. J. Smith singled, and romped home on Manager June Pruitt's triple. Pruitt tallied on a wild pitch. Burnett singled. C. Smith and Gav drew suc cessive walks, and Barnett scored the winning run as Coker forced Gay at second base. rKUITT SPARKLES Pruitt paced Southern Bleach ery's hitting with his triple and a pair oi timely doubles. Barnett also collected a home run and two singles for the Red Flames. Hall and Haynle garnered a pair of safe blows each for Pelser. S. Bleacherr all r h t' Peleei Onker 2b 5 0 0 0 Hall 2b 4 111 West 3b 4 110 Qulnn cf 4 O 0 0 Morgan If 5 2 2 1 Jordan rl 4 1)0 C Woolen In 4 2 3 0 R Woolen ss 3 0 0 0 Havnle.c 0 0 0 0 Ross.p 3 0 0 0 Tavlor.p ' a -lllll K Smith. ss Howard. lb Blackirell.ll T Smith rt Pruitt 3b Barnelt .cf C smith c Yeargin.p (la.v.p CHICAGO BROOKLYN 000 100 000 000 000- 0 001- l 2 0 0 1 ing batting streak, then timet ab r h a Clevr land 3 ii 0 6 Mitchell.!.' 4 0 10 AUA.2 0 0 0 0 Doby.cf 3 t " 0 Kgaer..3b r 0 1 0 Simpsuti.lb 4 0 11 OChapman 3 0 0 1. Kennedy, rf 0 0 0 0 Boone. si 3 0 12 Hen .in. c O 0 0 0 WYIih.P M Uouk'ald.Jb 3 0 0 2;Iri)Oetls Overmire.p I 0 0 l:Urissie.p Oetrowskl.p 2 1 1 0:cMaQUt'n New York Rlzz-.ito.ss Mantel. rf Baue r.rl WoodlliiR.lf D Magglo.cl Berra.c Mlse.lb Colliin.lb Bruwu.Jb Coleman. 2b 0 0 U 0 BluiU.111 p 3 0 0 1 9-Kean:s ' LoilUek:- p u-Pieslaino rIKoril.an a ST. LOUIS, Aug. 24-V' Catcher Sherm Lollar helped Pitched Ned TOTAUS last December, 'htn Wallace Wade was elected commissioner. the question of grant-in-aid was considered. Commissioner Wade susni'sted that it might be better to call U something else. He didn't particular like the nomenclature of grant-in-aid, as It Is termed in the Southeastern league. A rose, he perhaps reasoned. Oarver hut 15th victory as the : w(nild smell sweeter by some other name. OU tAiiii.-, oiiiwiL- mriwiru ill- rilllll- . . .... . . j i At ripinhia Atriictir.; s-i inninh. on, 1 Commissioner Wade appointed Frank Howard of about 1,000 grandstand managers ! Bo Rowland of George Washington and another coach as mem T?.,r wJ-rVi,. V. 0Iibers of a committee to investigate and recommend LoUar drove m two run- and K'vl11" lu wunuy aiiiicm nu nccucu imaiaiai BU - ,,7,. scored tnree, hitting a homer, a ; through college. Action on any proposal prooaoiy win De aeierrea char:c.t;e -i A;rv:. aouoie ana B single, oarver neia n!i tiT ,h. 10m .00. n onrt ie tnn nn thp nrrnrta for discus TOTAL3 32 2 7 1H TOTAI.1? 213 4 3 a-Struck cit inr Zubeck in nth. b-Slngjed for McKee In Oil: SPARTANBURO 000 000 002-5 BOCK HIU. 010 0 00 002 -3 RBI -Neil 2. J." Smith 2. 2B Nell. Hli Neil, J. Smith. SB Heinbitfner. B-Conn. Hlllman. DP Hunt to Zubeck to Snilh. Left 8partanbur 7, Rock Hill 0 RB--Hlllman 2. so Pltula 3. Hillman 10 Umps Will-on and Karabln. Att -711. Tourists Eke Hornets, 8-7 ASHEVILLE. Aug. 24 i-The second place Asheville Tourists matte it three straight over the pace setting Charlotte Hornets here tonight in a wild and woollv B-1 E A iia rbi hattle t.hn.1 laktpri two hours allrf SOl11" 8U -Kosen minutes. ab r b Asbeville ab r b a 10 10 Kitsos .s 1 I 0 II 5 0 0 1 Kslat : cf .'020 4 2 2 0 t.araer lb 4 0 10 Kerr :f 5 110 Shfarer :f 3 111 Teenoa'.c 2 3 0 0 S.uie JU 4 0 2 0 Cialu 2b 110 0 Cater p !KS TllllAY AXlt PITCIIFRS ; I...lnn rA. ,--1,1. -- G.ln slow cune a;ul 'lammeci it over: i.vim the ri-4lt ten.er field fence sc ring :iiii-.r... at Brookii-Keiiy ti-i r Hsi-the niirher n'nend of him. I " ,:!-:" Srhmlts il-ii) or fodbielan ,,0 0 ,l '"u'" ' s"1' York Brule 3-I) vs. t n o 2- Corivln 4-II) , T J Plll.burh at Philadelphia Pallet (Mo) 4 0 1 Si "r V""" v Chsrrh (IS M) 3 0 0 0 ! i o o Oi U AT.TTf.PTPAW T.AnTTTr! E Hermanskl. Jackson. RBI Robinson. 2!) Robinson. Reese. Left Chicago 2. Brooklvn 6 Winner- Branca (ll-ftl. Loser Minner -1 3 1 . A-22.H8. 4 0 111 i JJl'TCAM 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 i TOTALS 31 2 J 13, TOTALS ia-Fouled out for V.'vnn in 7th. b-Fiied out lor 9lmpson in. yth. c-Mit Into fon-e play for Bii.'Me in Sth lleve.and New York Boston Chicago 'Philadelphia l.o u IB W. 711 SS Pet. G.B. .; .Hf.t 1 .1100 It ..-.I I 11 4;; ii 4i -:v; .itos M lllll SS', NEW YORK . CLKVhXAN!) 00.1 WIO 200-OljU (.'00 U(KI- t barlolle Meaihinl Wluvtgn -I Ceiupw' if Marno.Jb Wood.il.i 2. HH -Woods' Hu.ulo 2 DP lil- Milt1 Wmiii to A . I ii 10 IS.liioson Lell Ne Vork l. Cleteli ntl Wianei Oi'tiowski ie-3). Lobe. -'Wynii ilt-lii. Alt -71 70S 4 0 0 1 5 0 10' RT.st'lTS YFSTkRDAY 1 New York '! ('lev,. and 0 , si. I.oills S Phllailelphia Vt allune.lo 10 In troll 1 't'liiriieo ' notion '.' (IA.MI.S TODAY AND PlTCUfcRS Boston al 'hUuo Nlsoii l',-Hi vs. Hfil-; combe iKH! PiiiUileliihla al SI, Uuis Marlin iB-l) ; v. Pilleile i:.-l!i jWsshtnston al l)etroilslarr ilt-ll vs. Irurks i.-.i or noU'lunson la-, I Braves Sweep Pair Off Reds BOSTON, Aug. 24 (PV-The Boston Braves moved into fourth place, only percentage points out of third, tonight by twice whipping the Cincinnati Reds 5-1 and 2-1 in a twilight doubleheader. Slbby Sisti's triple to right center scored Chet Nichols with the winning run In the ninth innng of the second game. Warren Spahn ptched his 16th victory for the Tribe n the opener. 5 3 3 0 4 110 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 10 0 4 111 4 12 0 3 110 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 TOTALS 16 8 10 2 TOTALS .14 7 8 1 a-Batled tor Taylor 111 9th. . BLEACHERY 000 311 030 8 PELZER . . 00 000100 7 2B-- Pruitt 2. T. Smith. Hall 3B Pruitt, Qutnn. HR B?rnett ith. none- on. SO RofS 4. Yciritln 1. Gay 4 BR Ross 3, Veargln 2. Oay 2. Taylor 2. Winner Gay. Loser Ross. u-Clonta and Foster, a Green. ! (TMII.tr.l1T GAME) il'inetnnall ab r h a Boston Ausmt lb 2b 4 0 0 1 SIsU.ss ! Hvsi. au 2 0 0 1 Jrlliroecf M.Mi,,i.n.3u I 1 I 1 Toigesoii.lb ! W) rostek.rf 4 0 3 0 Gordon. 3b :Klusre kl.lb 4 0 1 0 Cooper. c lAdcock.lt 3 0 1 0 Marshail.rf lUsher.tl 4 0 0 0 HarlstHId 2b Slallcup SS 4 0 1) Msrqur2.il Enne: 3b Aip.axo.lb Oldls c llaiilelsou o tiro-Miisi. p I.ane p jililEight More In HI) -ar-v ! ' W RtSIITS I ST Nlr.HT Oil 0o I la-itslf nrr4-rr Unnn (oluiubla 1 Jacksonville 1 s-ssi uariington Kace-.-v.-.'U'rV-." - 1 1 I tlj v-, nv tkt-. . rt- 'Aujusla 7 Columbia II oool DARLINGTON. Aug. 24 .Pi . oamks TODAT iRiilht more Strirt.lv stock cars the Columbus at Mac first in the outside row qualified t '" ' ,. , ,u- civ. 1 r il r-, .(har eston at Ssvannnh today for the 500-mile Labor Day Columbia at Jacksonville ttace nere. Nt-K Virk al Clevelauil- l.jriu ill-h) SOUTH ATLANTIC Lopal ilii-7) v . iMoweu.c jus rspanu p 1. Mi sueiari p sw I 1 a-Lltahller 10 0b Eraull 0 0 0-0 ab r b a 4 0 13 3 2 10 4 0 0 1 3 2 11 3 0 0 2 3 0 2 0 4 12 3 3 0 10 3 t 2 318 3 1 the A s to seven hits. Philadelphia ab r h tut. Louie Joost as rain. lb Valo.rf Zernial.lf Muleskl 3b Phlllev.ct Budcr.2b Astroth.e aLlmmer Kellner.p bHltchcock 5 0 0 5 rouna 3b 4 I 1 0 DC 1-1 r, cf 4 t :l 0 l.olla- c 2 1 1 0 Mnpf" rt 4 0 0 3 Wood. II 3 0 10 Aril lb 4 0 0 5 Milfh 31! 3 0 0 1 Jeiinmi.'s.ss 1 0 0 0 Garter. p 3 0 111 1 0 0 0' ab r h t 4004 1110 4 3 3 0 4 0 10 4 110 4 0 11 mi 3 0 0 4 3 0 0 0 .1 7 a i TOTAIjj R.Kl.Mn In 3rd Ui'i.il.e 111 fith. CHARLOTTE . .. .;'...' Ill 013 0007 Clemson. 4-.hkvh.lk oo:iuuo s K K:' -os CT-h:;. Me.i. Inc.. Old'.s. I..ir-r RBI M.irin.i Old:. Ka:alork: 4. an 4n Tnr iir nurarvi i:.so-. rtriimu -11 -pian for 1, Cj.m. PP Cram, Kilsos l.d K.!so lei! - BB Csler . Riahsm 7. tlrosnun n Lod- deke 1. Lane 2. Skordian 7. fK Catel 1, Dtnte.son : Bigham 0. Grossman 1. I)d-ileke 2 L-li'C 5. Kk'rdisn 0. ltO Caler 1 Coach Howard already Is on record as saying he favors the '"rowm grant-in-aid policy, whatever It is officially called in the South-,. 1 n 'i '2-3'. Vane 5 m 4 s''orS!!' " , . ,,, , . , in ! HBP ll G'tissman iTen,ii. Pll - em Conference. It Is not a cure-all but it will remedy the pre-i rcsno 3. wir.ner-umiicite. Loser um. vailing ills that afflict colleRfs blddlnp against one another for I A : 3Ci , slon at the next December conclave. TOTALS 24 3 7 15' TOTALS 32 5 9 0 PHILADELPHIA .......... 300 000 000 J 8T. LOUIS 301 000 0! x -S B Jennings, Joost. Zernlal RBI -Zernlal 3. Loilar 2. Arft 2. Mapes 2B -Delalnu. Wood 3, Lollar. HR Zernlal. Lollar. 8B Valo. DP Younit to Jeniilnirs to Arft: Joost to Suder to Pain Left - Phlla-delphis 7: St. Louis 4. Winner Ciarvcr (16-8). Loaer Kellner (7-13 1. Att S.S25. Brandon Cops Dixie Trophy Brandon's Little Braves defeated Mills Mill. 10 to 4. last night at "Brandon to clinch the Dixie League playoff trophy. The Braves also won the pennant with a 24-4 record during the regular -season. Turrnan Smith was Brandon's winning hurler, while Clayton was the loser. Troy Miller, Bobby Burnett and Bud Sons sparked the Brandon hitting parade with a pair of blows each. McCsJl, MoMahon and Brock paced the Millers. I prospects. fU' Q T t 4. Stenographers might sifjh with relief. They wouldn't have!! jll!"ajOX 1761631 . to type so many letters tne coacnes are sending to amiet.es tney re wooing. THANKS, CONGRESSMAN! qpHB CONGRESSIONAL hearing on baseball will be resumed this coming Fall and additional witnesses will be called to air-condition the Marble Halls with views, pro and con, whether ball players are getting a fair deal under the reserve clause contracts. We had a piece about It recently, and during vacation, an appreciated letter was received from Congressman Joe Bryson! Today's eight qualifiers for (he 75-rar starting field: Jeft.se James Taylor, Macon, Ga., l!)51 Hudson, 7:14.13; 81.0.'! tnplt. Bill Snowden St. Augustine. Fla.. IflSI Ford. 7:18.27: 82.10 mph. Frank Gels, New Point. Inrl., 1951 Studebaker, 7:2:t.::x: 81.20 mph. Billy Harden. Mableton. Ga.. 1 950 Cadillac, 7:24.79; 80.95 mph. Bill Osborne, Pensacoia, Fla.. 1951 Mercurv, 7:2!) 88 : 80.03 mph. Llovd Dane, Lonit Beach, Calif.. 1951 Ford, s:32.2.1: 79.M mnh. Jimmv Th"rcp-on. Monroe. N. ('.. 1951 Ford. 7:3".07: ;n.47 mph. Gene Com-sinck, C'hettneake ().. IBM Olds-mobile. 7:30.93: 79.31 mph. SOI'THFRN ASSOCIATION fUSU.TS LAST NIOHT Atlanta X hatt?noosa S Memphis .7 Mobile 4 Nashville 13 Blrmlnthana S New Orleana S Little Roek 4 GAMED TODAY little Rack al Nashville Chattanoof a at Atlanta (Only lamea acheduted) FAIRMONT WINS WILLI AMSPORT, Pa., Aug. 24-iP Mike Hall pitched and batted Fairmont, W. Vs.. to a 5-4 victory over San Bernardino. Cel., and consolation honors in the Little League World Series tonight before 4.000 f.'HS. TOTALS 31 1 I TOTALS 30 5 1 13 a-Pirurk outforRaIfeiisUerer In mh. CINCINNATI '. . 000 000 001-1 BOSTON 010 010 131-5 E-6pahn. KBI -Hartafield. Jelrtroe. .ifiique7. Gordon, Marshall. Ushff. 2B Merciuez. Clordon, Msrshall. HR Jelhroe. Winner Spahn 16-11 1. Loser -RafTeiis-uerK 112-101. (NIOHT GAME) Cincinnati ssrss Boston ab f h a Adams.3D 3 0 0 0 Sistl.ss ills Ryan 2b 0 1 3 Jelhroe cf 3 0 10 Lltwhller rf 3 0 0 0 Torgeson.ib 3 01 Klusie skl.lb 4 0 0 3 Oordonjb 3 0 0 6 Adcock.lt 4 0 0 0 Marshall. rt 3 0 0 0 Usher rf 4 I 0 0 3t. Clalre.c 4 0 0 0 McMillan ss 3 0 0 1 Addls.lf 4 0 2 0 Howell. c 3 0 0 1 Hsrtstleld.Jb 4 0 13 Wehmeier.p 3 0 3 3 Nichols. p 4 10 1 TOTALS 30 14 11 TOTALS 33 19 11 CINCINNATI " 000 010 000 1 BOSTON 001 000 001-1 E -TorReson. RBI Gordon, siltl. Wrh- me;er JB Blitl. 3B Slsll. SB Jethroe S- Adams. Oordon. DP Gordon. Harts. relet and Torneson: McMillan and Ryan. Left Clnrlnnall i. Boston 0. Winner-Nichols iS-4l LoMr-Hehmeler U-li. A .07. BoSox,3To2 Grand National Race Set Tonight who is a member of the Judiciary Committee heading the hear- ievenuh setbeck against 10 vi:-:-r ing. OHIOACK), Aug. 24 W fddie Robinson's sixth inning single scored Ray Coleman with th winning run as the Chicago White Sox defeated the Boston Red Sox, 3-2, before 24,281 person.? here tonight. Pitcher Lou Kretlow yielded Just five hits in hestiner RflV Rcnrmrnnuh to register his fifth decision. The i lineuP nottd t0CK car drlvers loss wu Boston's third in the imst si"ee ?1c,r?as bought to Oreen-10 road games and carboroti2h' 1 vllle- AU f the nations top drivers By ROBERT C. BRADLEY Thirty-six drivers will have their feet in the gas tank tonight at 8:30 at the start of the grand national circuit stock car race at the Air Base Speedway. The race, which will be a 200-lap, 100-mile feature, is open to '49 through '51 models. Total purst for the affair Will be 15,7,00. NASCAR. Bill France Enterprises, is sponsorlne the race here and will include probably the fanciest Congressman Bryson wrote: "Dear Scoop: "I was Indeed flattered by your generous treatment regarding the baseball inquiry. Knowing you and your years of sports reporting I am sure that you'd be useful to our Committee. "With kindest regards, I am, "Respectfully. "Joe (Jrjseph R. Bryson K" Here's hoping any call to testify In Washington doesn't Interfere with business and pleasure during the football season. Boston reskv.ss Goodman ?b v.'ll.inn-i if IJ oio.lb tn -nell :f VnM-er rf 11 u '.eld .lb A.R.t -M'son.c ?c .irtxir'ari.p TOTALS ab r h alt hlra-o 4 0 2 0 Fox 21) 3 0 e (I.CiiIemaP If 1 II II' Mir.o o :.b 4 0 0 3 r Kniii on 4 fl 1 0 'e-i:;p rl I g 0 r II bv rl 4 0 I H'lrfvr 4 10 3 L'irr M.i.ri 5 3 1 1 0 Kiit.io.p the promise of the finest drivers tonight, upwards of 10,000 fans will probably turn out. Time trials were held last night and Thursday night and will be continued this afternoon from 1 to 4:30 o'clock until the 36 fastest! cars are round. TOP llRIVERS HF.ItF. i Those ctr ouallfvinir Thursday Promoter chr-rlle Hirtrs void last "intJ we.re Jee Taylor of Macon, ii-ht that thpre wmilrl he nn sr. ''."".' a maim aioriieji. lny r ii ii i 2a 1 7 1 coo o:o o n -J . . no ooi oca. -i 33 2 i II TOTA1 S B.'iSTON I cmcA.no K F Robinson. Carresquel. RSI I i Robinson 2. Kretlow. Peskv 2B -E RoMn-Ison SB -Mlnnsn t Mtnoso Left Boston i Chicago 2 Winner Kretlow i5-6l. Loser ' aearboront B (10-T. Att M.3S1. are in this sertion for the "South ah r b a r wiuca win ut? iiriti uauor 4 0 14 uay in uHi.inaioii 4 110 3 111 i ii " a 3 o n 0 ii-itr at. ri'i'irl ii t-t.- Vil ai-H 3 J I J tint f,-s conlrl be proiv'ed to see 3 o i o top notch drivers nl the local speerlwav lor the 8:30 affair. Mi eftimaie as tn tn: crown made bv raee official", but at the last lM-mile shlndlr here, over 6,000 fans turned oat for a non-aneUrmed raee that aw Frank Loptow of Tamps, Flu., carry away the "lettuce." With Samples of Atlanta, piloting a 50 Lincoln with a run of 33.69 seconds. Dell Pearson of Portland. Ore.. driving 61 Plymouth, set the lor wen the pole position fcr the nee tnniht bv tumiry the hn'f mile oval in M.08 secon-ls, which is nearlv 58 miles anhour. EUBANKS 8ECOND Falling in behind Taylor were Joe Eubanks of Spartanburg, driving a 50 Olds 88. who was clocked at 31.84 seconds: Billy Carden of Augusta. Ga., driving a 51 Plymouth, coupe, 32.18 seconds and d fastest time trials last night by looping the half mile track In 33.08 seconds. Pearson Is currently leading the West Count in slock car points thin year and was the modified champion on the West Coast last year. Promoter Hicks said that several other cars were on hand last night to qualify, but all developed motor trouble and were unable to complete the trials. However, enough cars are ex- Sected to time trial this afternoon complete the field. Pearson said last night that two more drivers were following htm in from Oregon and would be here in time for the trial runt this afttvnooa. Spears Set For Semi-Final Match SOUTHERN PINES, N. C, Aug, 24 OP) Four seeded players in men's singles fell by the wayside In the Sandhills Open here today. One of the biggest upsets came when second-seeded Whit Cobb bowed to Dr. Fred West of Raleigh, seeded sixth. 6-4. 8-2. semifinals tomorrow will see Dr. West, Wake County Champion, meeting John Allen Far-four of (loldsboro, and top-seeded rrana spears or dreenviiie, s. i , meeting the survivor of a ma. I to be played tonight Jirry IU -inson, ltaleitli, seeded No. 4, vs. Billy Shi-arln, Wilmington city champion. Finals in tlie women's singles which will bring together the current champions of North and South Carolina also are set for tomorrow. Top seeded Mrs. Sara Rushton Walters, Greenville, S. C will meet Audrey West Brown of Southern Pines, seeded No. 2. Women's doubles finals will AudreyBrown and Mary Lou Jo Sanforl asainst Sara Watson 1 Marv Hnvri. both of Greenville. S. Doubles matches will be held tomorrow night and finals in men's singles and doubles and mixed doubles will be held Sunday. Today's matches featured brilliant play and many surprises. The dethroning of Cobb by the 35-year-old Raleigh minister was the top match of the day. Rebels Blast Tigers, 13-8 ANDERSON, Aug. 24 Uf) Anderson made it three straight against Oreenwood, 13-8. here tonight to take the four-game Tri-State League series, three to one. In winning last three games, the Rebel scored 43 runs, and tomorrow night they play league-leading Charlotte here. Home runs were hit tonight by Oeorge Hallow and Frank Fabla-nlch of the Rebels and Mike Oar- bark of Oreenwood. nMaBM4 ah t h a AttattM llKurek.cf.fi 6 1 0 Layiu.Sb 9 i a i rwnej.n 4 1 1 j'Hellow.lb 4 1 1 0IPaek.ll I t 1 0 Denson.Jb S01 0 Currln.is 3 0 0 1 Lucarella.cf 4 0 1 J fablanlch.a 3 0 0 1 MKeon.p 0 0 0 O'Howard.p 0 0 0 0 tabh.ss Ashwortn.ia tills rf Garbark,4) 8mlth.lt Arevla.lb Rosn.lb Pa'mer.D Looper.cf ftGuiliane. Bcarb'ough.c hS-ton aarba till S 1 J 0 5 3 2 0 4 3 2 0 tl IS 5 3 3 4 4 0 10 4 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 TOTALS 37 S IS ORfNWOOD ANCEHSON I Tlbk RBI- TOTALS 41 n n :o 210 301 ro- 201 014 20s 13 Kills 1. Pack 2. DenFoii 2. Hallo. Smith 4. Paliianlch 2, How: rJ. Currln 4. Luca clla. Onrbark 2B E! Lsyne, Feblanlch. Smith, Howard. Currln, Hlney, Pack HR- Hallow. Pablanlch. Oar-bark. 9B-Tabb 3. DP-Denson to Currln to Hallow t: Tabb to Rose to Ashworih; Rose to Ashworth. Left Oreenwood 13. Anderson 13. Winner Howard Loser Palmer. Umpa Craven ana Canlel. 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