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College Golfers Get Warning On Scholarships And Expenses B HUGH FITTLinmiw ra - NEW YORK. March 25. (AP) Memo to North Texa. we Dpya and other college molten: If . Can a I . ' SJ i i ' " y tournament with your expense 'nJZ., A" '""J1 toely collegiate affair. f w wuaucil at KUUIVBUIP or grant-in-aid just because you're a good golfer, don't take It Otherwise yon may be declared "not an amateur." That happened this week to six North Texas players and to former National Amateur champion Billy Maxwell, who won the title while he was attending that college. The resulting hulabaloo prompt ed an investigation of the United States Golf Association's standards of amateurism and those two points expenses and scholarships were the ones where college and school boys appear most likely to oe anected. It's okay, for example, to play at college expense in any college-sponsored competition. And its equally okay if golf is given some consideration in awarding a scholarship based on well-rounded ability. But studies, leadership and sucn things must be more important. The scholarship must be approved by the institution's regular agency for awarding them. In fact, if you received an athletic scholarship for football or basketball anything but golf and happened to be a good golfer, too. the USGA probably wouldn't be concerned. The basic principle TJSGA Ex ecutive Assistant John English ex plained, is that the ordinary ama teur, who works for a living and takes his two weeks vacation to play in the . championship should get a fair whack at the title, He shouldn't be required to play against golfers who are "subsi dised" to play in tournaments. And the USGA, with about the strictest code of any amateur sport, con aiders expense payments and . scholarships as a form of subsidi sation. It is willing to make an exception for members of college golf teams playing in recognized college events. The only other exceptions to the no expenses rule are for members of international teams and, to a limited extent, qualifiers for the Public Links championship. After studying the NCAA and conference rules on scholarships, the USGA decided most of them were too loosely worded. So it came up with its own version, based on the belief that an amateur golfer should not receive any considerable benefit from his "skill or reputation as a golfer." There are a few loopholes, of course, in the rules, but they're two-way holes. If the stern Amateur Status and Conduct Committee figures a guy is trying to .evade the rules it can always find a way to decide against him. The same thing applies to applications for reinstatement, which have not yet been received from the North Texas players. Each case is considered individually. A banned player normally is required to wait two years after his last violation before reinstatement is effective, but that period can be varied. And he can be reinstated only once. Signs Pro Contract NEW YORK, March 25 UR Walter Hunter of North Carolina A ft T, and Roosevelt Brown of Morgan State, a pair of huge tackles who made numerous Ail-Star teams restricted to players from Negro colleges, siened 1953 contracts with the New York Giants of the Na- S" tional Football League today. National Y Cage Tourney Opens Today HIGH POINT, N. C.r March 25 Ufl Teams arrived here today for the opening tomorrow of the 25th annual National YMCA basketball tournament. The first team to arrive was from Salem, Ore. Others from New yo, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Tennessee followed. They'll play three days for the national Y crown now held by the High Point host team which will be aeienaing its championship. Tomorrow's first game at 2:30 IP. m. will match the second-seeded Butler, Fa., five against Kannapo-Us. At 4 p. m.. third-seeded Christian Street of Philadelphia will meet south Buffalo, N. Y. Hoboken, N. J., fourth-ranked, takes on Salem at 7:30 p. m.. and High Point and Central YMCA of cnattanooga will tangle at p. m. Four games are scheduled Friday and three Saturday. Wake Forest BasebaUers, Open VpToday WAKE FOREST. N. C. March 25 (al Coach Taylor Sanford's Wake Forest College baseball team opens its season here tomorrow by meeting The Citadel in the first of a two-game series. The teams will play again here Friday. Sanford's pitching choice for tomorrow's opener win be either righthander Bobby Brown or southpaw Archie Lynch, lettermen holdovers from the 1052 team. Jack Liptak. all-state third Back er for the Deacons last year, will handle the catcher's post. Two other veterans who will be in the starting lineup include shortstop Dickie Harriss and first baseman Hugh "Buddy" Smith. Solunar Tables The schedule of Solunar Periods, as printed below, has been taken from John Alden Knight's SOLTJ NAR TABLES. Plan your days so that you will be fishing In good territory or hunting in good cover during these times, if you wish to ;ind the best sport that each day nas to offer. The Major Periods are shown in boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. Use Eastern Standard time. March AM. P.M Date Day Min.MaJ. Mln.Mal Thursday 3:05 :M 3:35 a:4a Friday 3:80 lt:5 4:20 10:25 Saturday 4:35 10:45 5:00 11:05 Sunday 5:15 11:30 5:45 11:50 Junior High Tourney Has Four Games Quarterfinals Slated Tonight At Hall Fletcher A lay-up shot by Don Justice in the last six seconds clinched a 41- 38 victory for Flat Rock over Oakley in the first round of the Western North Carolina Junior High Basketball Tournament last night at the Hall Fletcher gymnasium. Flat Rock bad trailed until the last minute and a half when it scored on a field goal to tie it up and made a charity toss to go ahead. Oakley had several chances to go ahead but missed its shots. That set the stage for Justice's clincher. In other games, Weaverrille downed Etowah, 54-39, Biltmore swamped Woodfin, 56-21, and Candler edged Emma, 40-34. - ' Pairing for tonight's quarter-finals will be as follows: 0:00 Sand Hill vs. Candler. 7:00 Hendersonville vs. Flat Rock. 8:00 Leicester vs. WeavervUle. 9:00 Hall Fletcher vs. Biltmore. Center Bill Hensley led Weaver vUle to Its first-game victory with 14 points. Guard Barber was next highest for the victors with 12. Lloyd Williams' 12 markers topped Etowah. Weaverville led at the half 30-23 and was never behind. Ervin Ingle was red hot for the Biltmore quint He scored 24 points to lead his team to an easy victory. Roy Taylor, in addition to scoring 19 points, played a hangup floor game for Biltmore. Gene Candler led Woodfin's offensive with seven points. After engaging in a see-saw bat- tie with Emma for three quarters, Candler broke the game open in the final period to take a well-de served victory. Candler had led, 24- 20. at the half and 28-27 after three quarters. Center Montgomery and Forward Jackson led the Candler offensive with 15 and 13 points, respectively, while Joe Fore's 12 was high for Emma. In the finale. Flat Rock trailed Oakley by one two points iar three quarters until Justice broke the ice in the waning seconds. Justice led all scorers with 18 points. Oakley's forward, Benfield, was high for his team with 13. The tournament, being sponsored by Hall Fletcher Junior High, will continue through Saturday at wmcn time trophies will be awarded the winners and runners-up. rntsT game) The Llneun: Weaverville (M) () Etewah F Furi it) (I) Allison F P Davis (10) (18) Williams r C Hensley (141 (4) Robinson C O Barber (13) (6) Drake a Russell ( (I) Newman o Subs W'Yllle: McHone 4. Duncan, Oreg- ASHEVILLE CITIZEN. ASHEVILLE N. C Tlnuatlay. March 26. 1953 19 ML ur rum 1 1 "'""M"ssmW;SAcSlfc Douglas Shoots 67 To Lead Pros In Palmetto Golf Meet HARRY (THE CAT; BRECHEEN, and veteran pitcher Virgil (No Hit) Trucks, tell Manager Marty Marion (right) that they can be counted on foj heavy duty in the coming American League race. Marion believes his Brownies can make the first division.' Exhibitions Bums Get Third Straight Shutout: Nip Braves, 1-0 VERO BEACH. Fla. March 25. (AP) The Brooklyn Dodgers registered their third straight shutout today -as Bob Milliken and Joe Black limited the Milwaukee Braves to six hits for a 1-0 victory. Each gave up three hits with the rookie righthander pitching six innings and Black three. LAKE ELEVATIONS IN FEET (Date, Rt II. B. Weather Bareae) Predicted Ton of Observed lASt oates a a.m. yen. anamgnt z roller skate g g tonighlJ w mmvM mm m Xnjoy a fun- niiea evening where there music, tkatee and laughter. Afreatreeraa, (tea for an. SKATELAtlD II Starts At Daafc LAST TIMES TONTTE "MA & PA KETTLE AT THE FAIR" Marjerie Mala Percy Kilbride PLCS 'CAPTAIN CHINA Jeha Payne - Gall Bassen Starts FrL "TULSA" Lake Cherokee Nantahala Fontana Santeetlah Chatuge Nottelv Hlwassee Wataura 1075.0 1003. 26S0.0 1710.0 1117.0 IS2S.0 1780.0 lS2li.O 1975.0 1043.1 SC0.3 3M0.0 1640.3 1006.4 1911.4 1753.1 1476.0 1910.7 1044.0 061 1 2861 1 1646 7 1806.6 1011.8 1751.8 1476.8 1020.5 Former Deacon Star Signs Fifth Pact With 'Skins WASHINGTON. March 25 UB H&rrv Dowda, former Wake For est star, today signed to play nls fifth season of pro football with the Washington Redskins. At the same time it was an nounced that Dowda. who played defensive halfback, will be used on offense next fall. That's because of the return of Hall Haynes from thn armed services. Haynes is a defensive standout, which will giv Dowda a chance to return to bau-camrins. Dowda is S feet 2 and weigns im. The winning team in the cham pionship playoff of the National Basketball Association will receive $7,600. ENDS TONIGHT Yvonne DeCarlo Rock Hudson Coter by TECHNICOLOR SCARLET Af:3EL PLUS WHIP WILSON TERRITCnY COLOR CARTOON A'VILLE THEATRE OUTDOOR TONIGHT & FRIDAY CARTOON WEST A'VILLE AUTO T HE A T R E TONIGHT ONLY I CEG CARTOON ory. Riddle, Llnsey. Etowah: Stover t. Allen. Half time score Weaverville 30-23. -Referees; tunson and Oaddy. . . SECOND OAMeV The Lineup: Blltawre M (21) Weedfia 9 Fisher tot (4) Butledge P F Taylor 19) Pt) Candler F C Ingle (84) Llttrell C O Smith (S) Bartlett O a Hensley (3) (4) Ourley O Subs BUtmort: Fox 8. Bell 1. owensoy, Melton 8. Jones. . Halt tuna score: Biltmore 88-11. Referees: IibiU and Htnson. (THIKD OAMK) The Lineup: Candler (40) F Smathers (5) F Jackson U3) C Montgomery (16) O Luther (8) CI D. Morgan (3) Subs Candler: Moses. Rutherford. Emma: Fore. Halt time score: Candler 84-80. Referees: Isblll and Hlnson. (34) Emma (13) J. Fore F (5) Rogers F (1) ward c (8) MoFalls O () Ingle O M. Morgan 3, Couran, Brown, B. (FOTJRTH GAME) The Lineup: ' rut Reek (41) ' (88) Oakley F Cox (9) (13) Benfield F F Justice (18) Branch F O Case (5) (10) Harrell C O Hoxlt (7) Hudson O O Drake (3) (10) Keever Q Subs Flat Rock: MeCarson. Norwood 1. Oakley: Mclntyre 8. Mitchell. Smith, Williams. Waehof. Halt time score: Oakley 84-83. Referees: Oaddy and Hlnson. Kure Pier Extended 145 Feet This Year KURE BEACH Kure Pier, one of the best known commercial fishing piers in the South, has been ex-tended 140 feet for the 195S sea son. Bill Robertson, owner of the pier. states the construction work has now bean completed and the over all deck space of the pier is nine hundred feet plus. In addition to general annual repairs, additional lighting has been added, guard rails have been added throughout the entire length and new cleaning bins have been built. The estimated cost of construction waa approximately $19,OO0l Fifty-six known varieties of fish have been landed from Kure Pier since It was built in 1923 by I O. Kure, including blue-fin tuna and sailfish. The sail, a small baby fish. was caught last season by a 13- year-old boy. The biggest run of spots the coast has ever known occurred last season when anglers landed them on the pier for 37 days. No estimate could be given for the entire catch but the first day was estimated between 20 and 25 tons and there was no let-up for the following 26 days. The official opening date of Kurt Pier for the 1863 reason win be April 4. Curly Lambeau. head coach of the Washington Redskins in the npij, spends the off-season at his chicken ranch in Thousand Oaks, Calif. The lone run was scored by Billy Cox at the expense of Jim Wilson in the third inning when Wilson's throw hit Duke Snider in the back as the latter tried to beat out bunt. Cox .opened the inning with a single, took second and third on sacrifices. Milwaukee (N) ooo too ooo-o o Brooklyn IN) ... 001 000 00X 1 8 0 wuson, uonovaa . urone l ana St. Claire: Milltken, Black () and Campen- WP-MUBkeni LP-Wilson. MARO THEATRE . MARS HILL, N. C TODAY "APRIL IN PARIS" BORIS BAT and BAT BOLSBB I Phillies 7, Tigers 0 LAKELAND, Fla., March 25 (ffl The Detroit Tigers suffered their first defeat this spring by a Na tional League team today as the Philadelphia Phillies shut them out 7-0 in an exhibition game.' Jim Konstanty. who pitched the distance for the Phillies, allowed seven hits. Granville Hamner and Stanley Lopata homered off the Tiger starting pitcher, Ned Carver. Del Ennis got a homer off Art Houtteman, who pitched the last three innings. Houtteman, who has been bothered by a sore arm, made his first appearance on the mound for the Tigers this season. The Phillies snapped the Tigers eignt game winning streak over National League clubs. The Tigers now have a pre-season record of nine wins and four losses. PhiladelDlda N 30 300 020-7 c a Detroit iai .. ... 000 too 000 0 7 3 aonsiamy ana upatas earver. HouttC' man (7) and Bucha. u" uarver. HRa-Pha: Hamber. Lopata, Ennis. Senators 4. Bosox 0 SARASOTA. Fla.. March 25 (A Ken Wood's long three-run homer was merely so much frosting on the cake today as the Washington Nats Dianxed the Boston Red Sox 4-0 in lo innings. Bob Porterfield and Julio Mo reno combined to blank the Sox and stretch Boston's scorelesr streak through 22 innings. wasnington (A) .... 00 000 000 4-4 8 i Boston (At . 000 000 000 0 0 0 roneniera. Moreno ana Grasso Grissom. Flowers (6) and White; nr-moreno: U'-Flowers. UR-Waah: Wood. e e Cards 7, Yankees 1 ST. PETERSBURG, March 25 UP Ewell Blackwell, former Cinclc nati speedbaUer who is trying for comeoacE witn the New York Yankees, was clouted hard in the late innings today and the St. Louis Cardinals won 7-1. Rip Repulski. rookie outfielder. blasted a triple off Blackwell with the bases full in the eighth. Red Schoendienst tripled to right for his fourth hit in the ninth and Stan Musis! drove an inside-the- park homer to deep left center. Vinegar Bend MlseU. Cards' sonh lefty, went .the first six frames and was the winning pitcher. He allowed four of the seven New York hits and gave up the run in the fifth after Sain opened the inning wun a aouue. St Louis (N) 800 000 032-7 11 New York (A) 000 010 000-1 8 MUell, Braile (7) and D. Rice: Sain. ' i ana Barren. WP-MlteU: LP-Sain. HR St. U: Musial. Orioles 8, Athletics 3 HOLLYWOOD, Fla., March 25 UN The Philadelphia Athletics to day took It on the chin 8-3 at the hands of the Baltimore Orioles. The A'a managed to run up nine safe blows but they Just didn't come at the right time. The losers used Tom Tyson, Leo Matarrano and Mike Kume, but the trio managed to fool none of the International League Batters. Tyson waa charged with the loss. Philadelphia (A) . 000 000 3013 8 3 Baltimore (ILi 103 410 00x10 4 Tyson, Matsxana (H) and Thomas; Ag. mv, rfmi its, amaiiew ana sjonneis. WP-Agsse; LP -Tyson. Browns 4, Cubs 1 TUCSON, Ariz.. March 25 UR The St. Louis Browns made the most of seven hits off Bob Rush and rookie Jim Willis for a 4-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs to day. . Johnny Groth's two-run triple in a tnree-run second inning clinched tne contest for the Browns. CUcafO (N) 001 008 000-1 I St. Louis (A) 030 000 Olx-4 7 3 Rush, Willis (8) and Sawataki; Lanen, w ana moss. WP-Larmen, LP-Raah. Cards 'B S, Reds 'B 4 Tampa. Fla- March 35 IB The Cincinnati Reds' squad was spilt up again today with part of. the boys resting and the "B" team taking a 6-4 beating from the St. Parris Island Nine Defeats Indians, 10-3 PARRIS ISLAND. S. C. March 25 m Parris Island Marine left hander Dan Saccavo allowed only three hits in pitching the Leather necks to a 10-3 baseball victory over Mewoerry college here this after noon. Marine Leftfielder Bob Schnelk- er connected for two home runs and a single to lead the hitting. Farm Island's Bob Schults also hit a homer. Parris Island tagged Ed Blanko. the loser, for four hits and six runs over the first four innings and got w ai mil, wno relieved, lor seven hits and four runs. The teams will play again tomor row afternoon. Newberry 300 000 000-3 T ! ParrU Island 031 331 00z-10 11 ( Blanko. Hill (4) and Rogers; Caccavo Thornton Cards 67 As Tar Heel Golfers Win CHAPEL HILL, N. C, March 25 (ATI Stubby Billy;, Thornton, a sophomore from Manchester, Conn., shot a phenomenal 67 to pace the University of North Carolina golf team to a 26-1 victory over The Citadel here today as the Tar Heels teed-off on the 1953 season. . The touring Bulldogs suffered their first defeat of the campaign, after knocking off Wake Forest and N. C. State this week. The summary: Black (UNO defeated Plcard. 34 Williamson (UNO defeated Lowry. 3V4.W Black and Williamson defeated Plcard and Lowry. Thornton (UNO defeated HcCrary. 3-0 Ferree (UNO defeated Marriott, 3-0 Thornton and Ferree defeated McCrary and Marriott, 34 Ford (UNO defeated Layton. 3-0 Frazler (UNO defeated IDevine, 3-0 Ford and Frazler defeated Layton and Devine, 3-0. Clemson Netters Whip Furman, 9-0, In Opener CLEMSON. S. C. March 25 UPI ! Clemson's varsity tennis team whitewashed inexperienced Fur-man 9-0 here today in the season opener for both schools. The best match of the afternoon was the No. 1 singles, with Furman ace Jim Ransbotham extending extra set before finally bowing, 4-6, 6-1, 6-0. It was the only set won by Furman. Edge Moves To Drop Suit Against Rupp But 'Cut Coach Wants To Disbar , Kentucky Attorney LEXINGTON, Ky., March 25 (UP) Attorney J. . A. Edge filed a motion in federal court here to day for dismissal of a 1573557.79 damage suit against University of Kentucky basketball coach Adolph Rupp and gamblers Frank Costello and Ed Curd. Edge moved to drop the suit at the order of Mrs. Lucille Chumbley Bradberry, of Athens, Ga.. who was listed as the plaintiff although she has denied any knowledge of the action. Judge H. Church Ford set April 15 for a hearing on the motion to dismiss the suit, and on the same day will hear a motion filed by Rupp s attorney to strike the bas' ketball coach's name from the ac tion. The suit, filed by Edge last March 20, sought to recover triple damages for money which Mrs. Bradberry's brother, George Chum bley, allegedly lost to Curd. It ac cused Rupp of entering into a con spiracy with Curd, a former Lex ington gambler, and Costello, re puted rackets boss. .William Townsend, Rupp's attor ney, said he would insist that the suit be dismissed, not on Edge's motion, but upon "our motion that it Is a sham and false throughout.' Rupp said Tuesday night that Townsend would seek federal court disciplinary action against Edge, and would bring disbarment pro ceedings against him. Schles Will Not Swim For U. S. Championship AUCKLAND, New Zeland, March 25 IB! Clark Scholes, American Olympic swimmer, said today he has cabled the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States that he will not compete in the U. S. Championships, starting April 2. Scholes said that he has done no training and is not fit enough for championship competition and that, in any case, he could not do himself justice if he arrived Just in time for the meet at New Haven, Conn., after traveling from New Zealand. AIKEN, S. C. March 25. (AP)-Lean Dave Dougkw clipped three strokes off par on the back nine of the 6,676-yard par 71 Palmetto Golf Qub course today to chalk up a 34-33 67 and lead the individual pro contingent of the dub's annual Mountaineers Name Selvy All-Opponent MORGANTOWN, W. Va., March 25 , (UP Frank Selvy of Furman and Gene Shue of Maryland won uanimous selection today to the 1953 all-opponent basketball team selected by the University of West Virginia squad. Mel Thompson, North Carolina State center, won votes of every Mountaineer player, but tnree placed Thompson on the second team. The entire first team is made up of Southern Conference players. Neild Gordon of Furman, Selvy's teammate, also got a first team berth and the fifth was filled by Ed Harrison of Richmond who nosed out Perm Senate's great star, Jesse Arnelle, by one point. Arnelle led the second team ballot with 15 points. Other members of the second team were Dick Buzzy Wilkinson of the University of Virginia, Warren Mills of the University of Rich mond, Bill Chambers of William and Mary and Joe Holup of George w asningwjn. Aggies Are Dropped From NCAA List CHICAGO, March 25. (UP) A Nortti Central Association Committee recommended today that Okla homa a s 1( be dropped from the organization's accredited list and Bradley University be placed on pronation. Both schools were criticized for educational inadequacies in the re port by the NCA's commission on colleges and universities. Oklahoma A it M also came under fire for allegedly over-emphasizing athletes and subsidizing players. The reports said the school was weak in "faculty competence" and in "finan cial support for the education pro gram. The resolutions must be approved by the full meeting of the association here Friday to become effective. However, NCA sources indicated the full meeting probably would vote in favor of the proposals. MMSQ TODAY-FRI.-SAT. Open 10:45. Feat. 11:20-1:20 3:20-5:20-7:20-9:20 Held Over pro amateur tourna ment. Winners in the pro-am division, the feature of this colorful one-day golfing festival, were pro Johnny Palmer and amateur W. K. Laugh lin. Palmer's 68 and Laughlin's 11-stroke handicap were the big factors in fashioning a best-ball of 61. This was a day of freakish golf, windy and cold. The winner's had the best scores, but some others provoked the most lifting of eyebrows. The veteran Gene Sarasen, for example, surprised fans by shooting a hot 32 on the front nine. He finished with a 68, tying Palmer for second place in the individual pro competition. And P. J. Boatwright Jr., Aiken amateur star, helped out pro Ed (Porky Oliver to such an extent that Oliver's individual 73 was good enough for a best ball of 62. Boat-wrigh.t who has a two-stroke handicap, helped Proky out on eight holes. The day's biggest gallery tagged along bheind Ben Hogan. Hog an beginning his serious tuning up for the Augusta Masters next month. snot an even par 71. Others in the featured foursome were National Open champion Julius Boros. and amateurs Thomas L Laughlin and Eugene C. Grace. Grace, president of the Palmetto Club and chairman of the board of Bethlheem Steel Co., stole the show with his shots phenomenal for a man 76 years old. He danced a jig after holing out a chip shot on the 11th. Individual pro leaders: Dave Douglas 34-33-07 (1450) Johnny Palmer 34-34-88 ($810) Gene Saraien 32-36-88 (8810 Skee Kegel 34-35-69 (81201 Orville White 33-36-89 (8120) Clarence Doser 34-36-70 ($82.30) Horton Smith 37-33 - 70 ($82.50) Sam Snead 35-36-71 (832.14) Lew Worsham 35-36- 71 ($32.18) Al Besselink 37-34-71 ($32.14) Jerry Barber 35-36-71 ($32.14) . Ben Hogan 34-37-71 (832.14) Earl. Stewart Jr. 37-34-71 (838.14) Pro-am leaden (amateurs haniKrana s. parentheses) oi-jonnny rainier and W. K. LaufhHa 82 Ed Oliver and P. J. aaatwrtvht Jr . (2). 63 - Orville Whit and Winston Frost (13)t Bob Toeki and G. H. Boot wick (8); Dave Douglas and W. R. Winans (8). H-Ai Zimmerman and Augustus Fame (11): Gene Sarasen and r! H Mallnn 19,. Clarence Doser and Ward Foshay (7); Al BsseUnk and Frank Goodyear (8)1 Baa To afford everyone an opportunity to see thiV OUTSTANDING ATTRACTION---' IBTJRT LAJfCAfiTPp ' 4 'f 1 , ,i(Tv That girl i- CTN, in tltwr mt Wffi,r , , - wA trouble! I . y y ;v " LAST TIMES TODAY Doors Open 16:48 A deaen deed-ehet men and a kandtt area together they sat the whale Waal est the eaat! jnnG I I ausssu I s- fAontana 1 10 telle I ee-sjaseare I 4 tmucoum - , . " Louis Cardinals "B" squad in 10 innings. Vern Benson singled home Tom Burgess with the run that gave the Cards their triumph. Four of the Cardinal runs came in the first inning when they hopped on veteran left-hander Ken Baffensberger for four hits, including consecutive homers bp Burgess and Benson. St. Lotus "B" N) ..400 000 000 1-5 8 3 Cincinnati "B" (N) 000 220 000 4 l 1 Berndsen, Bokelmana (H) and Randi Raffenaberger, Judaon (6) and Landrith. Bailey (6). WP-Bokelman: LP-Judson. HRs-St. L. "B"i Burgess, Benson. ' a White Sox 6, Giants 3 PHOENIX, Ariz., March 25 UP) Saul Rogovin and Harry Dorian limited the Gainta to four hits to. day as the Chicago White Sox de feated the New Yorkers, 6-3. B was the final meeting of the spring between the two clubs with the Giants winning the series, three games to two. Home runs by Rogovin and Red Wilson off Dave Koslo gave Chicago three runs in the second. Then in the eighth, with the score tied 3-3, the 6ox ripped into Frank Hiller for three more tallies. uncage 030 000 030-6 13 1 New York (N) 201 000 800-3 4 1 ir5!?02m'-??r.,h H- Wilton; WP-Dorish: LP-Bitter. HRS-Chl-R. j. Wilson. Rogovia. , . . a Padres 6, Indians 2 fiAN DIEGO, CaL. March 35 un George Strickland hit the first pitch 01 toe game ior a nomer and that only, earned run the Cleveland Indians scored today in a 6-3 loss to the San Diego Padres of the Pacific Coast League. - Cleveland (A) ... .....108 800 8011 a a a Diego (PCI,) 0U 180 8ta J Grokek. WUka (8) and Tlptanj Salvaaoa. ..Hal WaiUs' Come Back, Little Sheba Paramount News Sports Reel TOM & JERRY Cartoon Sahraaan: LP Cmma. KRS-CW-SMeklanali snn Franklin. Trifi a V trot eiw OPEN 10:45 11:32-12-32-52-72-9:35 ) ( YVONNE DE CARLO -JOHN IRELAND frx j JAMES CRAIG FORREST TUCKER M fiN m BEITCER-RICHARD ARLEN f ADDED: CARTOON: "WACKY WIGWAMS" COMEDY! "HALF DRESSED FOB DINNER Oil M: 9e-30c TODAY-FRL-SAT. ON THE SPOT ... IN THE TOUGHEST SPOT ON EARTH A bus freai aewhtrs a areasae with nawhere te w tryinr ta target their paaia us ezeue, exauag aueae. ROBERT MITCHUM JANE mm WILLIAM BEHDIX tmt womas 60Kz.aottt tmm V Pick Traay Chaetae Ha. 8 Eddie Fay Corned? Tern A Jerry a) Caspar Cartaena aaaiaraa aejia jwsasaraaav rirlfrf&OFiffE TONITE THRU SATURDAY Open 6:15 Tonight DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM LEO GORCEY and Tht i I ALSO CIAOPIOSI I lV TeuaVTi A I S ; tyaaa- ROBCRTt Stertiaa HOUOtKMf

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