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Cotptt Chrfett CALLER-TIMES, Sun,, Aug. 3, 1W1 Lake Charles Scores 6-5 Win Aces Drop 11-Imiing Game For Third Straight Defeat LAKE CHABLES. La., Aug. 4. W Steel was Kite when Ronnie GU--Paul Moore's scorching single ol'Ijfoi'd booted his grounder at third.i the knee of first s-'tcxcr Bob Move 1 :-Tyson then wont out to left ancll scored Jimmy Steele from second Bobby Sprenlall walked. Moorej base and enabled the Lake Charles 1 than lashed his only hit of the nighti Lakers to trim the Gulf Coast!off Mover's right knee, the baili League leading Corpus Christi A"es rolling into hight center, wmlej 8-5 m the llth inning here tonight.;Steel'scored the ganie-w.nning tai- Leo Tyson, who relieved tor the b'- Lakers in the ninth, was the win--; n;ng pitcher, chalking up his 10th' victorv against nine losses. Joe. Berry," who relieved Mel Tappe m : PORT ARTHUR, Aug. 4. (Ji--Nat the 7th was the ioscr. i Love's hriiliant rei ; ef work and a Jos Koppe, Corpus Christ: short- "-hit attack at the expense ot stop, was iniured in a play at s«c-'-three Galveston pitchers gave the base when he was caught tr.y,ngi po -" t Artliur Sea Hawks a 10-3 vie- to stretch a single into H double,!lory her« ton pht in opening a Gulf and may be out for several days.; Coast League series. Koppe got two hits in three; Love rescued starter Don Jones before being hurt and scores i w o - i n the third inning a f t e r the White runs. Many Salvatierra h's his;Caps had gone ahead. 2-1. and let 26th homer in the sixth for the;the visitors down oiv throe hits the Aces. , ! remaining six and one-th:rd inn- The Aces enjoyed a 5-0 lead go-'-nfis. ins into the seventh when inn LaK-; r _ /(LV ,.,,, TON . A B R H o A ers scored three runs. Lake Charles; PUS' »· knotted the count in tile 8lh alter; w , ii ,-;."'J; 9tt!1 ;| two were out when W a i i y UuerRe: | »n;T i f u .. hit his third homer in three 'lays,;,.;"",,',:,,.,· : -, with one innte aboard, to knot the; ^ ;»** ^ score Rt five-nll. : -f :'·,'· ri'« ,. . ' . Jn the l l t h after on; WHS o u t , . £ ! · ; » ' f ' 1 Marrero Blanks Sox On Three-Hitter, 5-0 WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. 13* -i Com ado Marrero pitched his sec! ond successive shutout for Washington tonight, holding the cago White Sox to three hits for his llth decision, 5-0. The defeat dropped the fourth to obtain two hits among the nine gleaned off Ken Holcombe, the "loser, and Howie Judson. He supplied a single when the Nats got Vi.ycr' !·'" i]lnl i-f JfiMilw r! Trcrv-h f Berry p . I. -Two ou: n-hf-fl AB i 1 , H o A ; '.'." y 2 l '.!;! :, 1 -' 1' ! = . i n i i n ", ii i 4 n o :; (i n ·; n ii Sprriitsll c X'.tr" "h . K I It} If T n ' u l x R-- W a l k e d ("r "«'' ;L-v... )-. F. H o A ! TM-;'» :i 1 ~t " i ' 'I l "',:,,!,,,.,,,,, ,' J t » 1 I'n-l Arlhur ' :' i U ,. : n ,,,, : ,,,,, i ·· " i;[ii.--n.-,i',..-.' - ° ' ' ' M M Kr.-n,' .,, .-'-hm.'.lt ;. !,,i BATTLING BAMC--The Brooke Army Medical Center Comets square off against Sinton's Plymouth Oilers at Oiler Park in Sinton at 3 p. m. today in the fifth game of their playoff series to determine the Texas ; semipro baseball champ. Brooke won their divisional meet and the Oilers topped the SouiK Texas tourney to reach the final series. The Medics, left to right: (Seated) Russ Mays, Ken Staples, Joe Keefe. (Kneeling) Ciovis Sugarek, Bill Kimbrough, Lou Letlow, Franny Haus, Dick Kokos, Williams Starr, (Standing) Ed Fetzer, Jim Upchurch, John Casey. Owen Friend, Lt. Col. John J. Kramer, Manager Jules Hudson, Glen Hixson, Glen Mickens, Bob Walker. Down front and center is Batbov John Henry Kramer. Koslo Hurls Giants Over Cards, 10-0 SPOR TS Chi-i place White Sox "six anct a half _ -games, back of league-leading N e w i j o u r hits for a three-run uprising I V " 9 ^York. 'in the fifth' inning and he singled : n (i 2 ?! Marrero allowed only one Chi; a gain in the eighth when Washing!?. I' i H fijcagoan to reach second base arid:* l0n g Ol ^ s other runs. .3 « o 3 o'none advanced to third. ! ^he stumpy Cuban defeated St. ".".".'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'1 » « .* r Marrero also was the only Nat [LOUIS, 7-0, on eight hits in his last "·"'··'··'·"·'·····'··- ° " 1 ii'^T"; r r n I T ",,, [star^'and now owns a string of IS oibalavon VrallOpS HOnie | score ! eK s innings. 0 (1 0 . 0 .. o n v o · 11 . . i o o o o 1 ., l t) u (i 2 j .18 6 3 14 12! Trial Mile iriaiiUllt, Aus WASHINGTON Yost "b Coas If Runnels sa ... Vernon ib -Mele rf McCormlcli c[ Verble 2b ... . 1 1 n 1 0 1 1 \ n 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 i Kelson Fox, diminutive second ; baseman, was the only W h i t e 4 (AP)-Top-iSoxer to reach second base. He of the B r e e l j d o u b l e d with one out ! » «*· --'* the mile in 1:37 to-; inning and was Washington JDcrbv' *'oro r(Hii"u tnc i'i Trial "Handicap for three-y ear-olds ;Orfer^The^ f j j a t Longacres Race Track. ·i o) Ocean Mist was second, o A ' Stable « » i d a v to the as ' ; walked two and struck out two. Lion: Fox also opened the game with a- which lugged 1261 single-to right. Eddie Robinson in- than the nearest i jected the other blow off Marrero ^competitor, paid $4, $2.70 and ?2.20.jwith a liner off shortstop P e t e j Eddie Plesa was aboard. I Runnels' glove m the fourth innmg. Wiisisingtotl ...000 (C'l t'l'x-- 5: K--Rnhlnson. KBI--Yost. Runacls :. Jlc-| Cormlck. Marrero. IB--Vest. Fox. "B-- j Guerra. DP -- Marrero anl Vernon. ifti-- , rtilcnso 3. VVashinRton 6. KB--Matrcro ;. Holr.omhe 1. Juvtson 2. SO--H«!ctmt» 1, Marrero "2. Judson 1. HO-- Hplcomhe ~ In 5 inninsis: Judson 3 in S. HBP-ilolmrebe I iMei" \Vmwr -- M a r r t r n i n - 5 i . L":wr--! Hnirimb* il-T, T:--slovens. Summer ;?'.·:··. 7-1 :.')(·. A-U.1W. Lindsay Wins Amateur Title Over Downev Gulf Coast League Uarludf* Saturday"* Oftnic*,) Inlci-national League ( I n c l u d e s Sntunlus'K^ lR Ji l Corpus riiristl TI-S.-I* Cl!y !,,-iTi'do I. 'ik." Chsries O'l Ivftstotl ..... I'on Anhur ---- : Saturtin.v's I..TKP r h u r i e a 6. C*'»r^a. w .MIS, 1-1 e: .',-.!: is si -!I;T is IB .-i« in ST. LOUIS, A u jr. 4. i Southpaw Dave Ko;-lo turned in a t\vo-hit performance to night as the New York Gian's Oilers Deieat Brooke To Even Series, 6-3 i i i ·_· i .".'::::.';;::.i"£ "'"' , 1 TM:;,i!! overwhelmed the St. Louis CardU ,,,r. Lnvo. _«,,.,,. w,.r.! n n l s - 10 '°' Ucfol ' 9 " 8 "' I' ;, K.-dniT ". !i.irc-j A pup sinr]n hv Har'rv Lowrev ..i'lril.^. U n: r l)t:|i;it-,' · ' "· ' J '''';.-,',' I);iri'rr, i'nrrni.1 ,lir j in the sccuild niul M single to short ·i u. i'ori Aitii'u! ii s \v., risht f eld iiv OiiU'k Dierinu; in the ul:ir. Kri-miT. I'!' I"';." \V ; . n»-r. nil i,vr,,.- -i ,\,.in-,r : wrre the on!v hits oil Kosio. II was the .seco t w o - h i t t e r \ : i i i v;u *!'."' e *n !l i' (i -'' 1,,-,,-.. UIK) («HI ViL'd 01 · e i '] - M H I - I. ! pitched Ijy Koslo against the CVtr- ; dtiutla this season. He did it earlier S1NTON (Sp't--- Th? Plymouth Oilers, behind the effective lour- hit : !i?; of Pat Hubert, evened an early lead and DETROIT. Aug. 4. (AP)--Calm! [Marjorie Lindsay, ."t magician w i t h : j a golf duh. finally won the Worn-' 'en's Western Amateur goU cham- 1 !\» s c i p i o n s h i p today a f t e r eight years of! r n r p ,., i t r y i n g . " ' M a r l i n g The good n a t u r e d Decatur, 111., jlffr trimmed pert Mary Ann | Downey of Baltimore, Md., 9 and Is to register the third most do-- jcisive spanking in the tournament's! Hou5lonli ; ' lo f", *^*^ ; '"°S g threat-!31 years. naiias m M I P'vt A r t h u r ID. Oslvi-stTM SuniJa.vX s!i »t L.ii . t TPX.IS C i t v fialvfston Rt Port Arif.ur (Jl S a t u r d a y ' s Ki'sults O!t:r.v:l S American Association laj'ii fiamrs) Texas League Nfttioival Baseball Congress chnrnpionship series w i t h their Miate Brooke A r m y M" Center h e r e j j n (jl,, Saiurday nii;ht v.'ith a G-3 victory, , V nlkt'd, encd only once. But a three-run rally in the sixth smashed a --2 deadlock and the Oilers were never in trouble after that. Plymouth broke 1he scoring ice v't i n n i n g n* Steve IJapach wont to second on Red as relay in first base Borom froinr Marjorie, 26-ycar-oid daughter of a newspaper publisher, started the SB-hole match in Wa?.inz fashion tlnrluilo Kansas City Kl P a u l - - -- Tnlfilo t'oiumlius l-'ur! Otchiho Tulsii An'.onii* i II' T-' . «·_· .VJ .044 S ; S7 5S .MM 11 jli' | K a n ' Onlliu Hi-at ('liarrus tail rlSf.'f Mny l-R.-K-niiry. M i n K H- R ^ i v . i l i i ' r r ' i IS'-l nrrl.-' with an -SS-vard iron shot (hit drojipcd in for an eaple 3 o n - t h e lir^t iiolo. Her finishing kick was even greater. She one-putted four of t h e i s h m v c last six holes for birdies as t h c : , , H , , . l s large gallery gasped. Her longest; pint was .1 "fi-footcr on the 26lh goingci-| n ] 0 TI I( , p i a t c l i ended in disup- i p o i n t m e n t for 25-year-old Mary Ann AuHslon the CSth w h e n they halved the M n r - i K r t i n i " i l f r , i T. Koi'l'"-, MOV; : S ' - l i r n f ; l.KK«''Cb!u'lor «.' Ci'!ri'U« 'iIlTinii'' in. Ilri Tnnf 'J. Tat.jif 3. Hi-rrv " ( ''i!i" '· H"vs" 3 SO-Tonri i Tnpr« 1- ~" :i- "- i'^'l'V 1 Tynna S l i n - T n f p e " In '! "·'· I n n l n f s ; Tnn'! i" In 7: Col« 1 in I 1-" u 'l' r "''', W l n l l i - r -- T v l - " n 1,"".'V - H f i r v . U-Strrvni: ("tioK. A-!,fi:!R. T--f.:M. South Cagcrs Win All-Star Came, 60-55 ( A l ' - Tlie w n for the Oilers squared I Borom's sini;l(i and scored the series nt 2-2. The f i f t h g a n i e j ° w Prionr! t h r e w the . . . . , ,. , ,, ,, ,, from the outfield wild to of thfi four-out-ni-scven plavot; w 11 .. ," ' · 'iittemptiKff to get ; in the year at the Polo G r o u n d s ' h e plnyed Sunday n f t e r n o o n \\ ilh | | lai .j, {o t!lp {,,.., j .n Mc\v V"i:;. i Ei-| Fet7,"r the probnlile p i t c h i n g j j n l!lp s p ,, ,, n r{ H A H U N G K N AU" -) ( A P I - -- B i v h ' ^' U ' · 1 ''. v '' al '' nl(:i I'-'ft-hander t m s i s t a r t T for BAMC anri Art Klichl | w a l k e d , w e n t In sfcond on H u - j p a r five hole. :im.s»\v turnfii bm-k F.niv.nsviilr | pitchu.! only lluee complete games, t h e l i k e l y choice for the Oilers. | hert's s a c n l i c p nnd scored on sue-; Marjorie, d r i v i n g , chipping and ion two hit;! lieu- toipgiit ,'is t h e ! t h i s tieaann. .ill against ihs Car-j The Oilers clubbed nut in h i t s ' 1 ' 'Hiii'liiigpn Capitols shaded th.M^iai'.idijm], He. has M u r t e d 12 j off the Comet v ace, G!r-n M i c k - j s 'L f ct-im 3 sr.Hc SeV '' n a ( ' U l r C ( W s l ; The t r i u m p h tonight was h i s'2^?J^ ! J^r^v_roi^M 1 _t fl k-!, 1 J ' n -'six h figainst eight josses. i Ramsey xvus riding on a no-hitter ,, T , ' ,, - ,, j s~*. - W - T I isi.,"s;r;sj:s xa*. isz'.** .rt,r rTM,;;;s sr One Unbeaten l u f f Hie Ict'tfield wall. Saturday's )t('*uHs Kurt Worm :: t ' t t y o. Tuls-'i 4 . Iteaumont '1 1. Sitn An' n j.v,'..i""v*rMi my m Tuisi ! l'«'r\'.nv.M\t ji'. Houftttm ^nreM'jKir! «[ San A n t o n i o Southern Association American Lcnirtie IiM-lilth-B Si\(uril:l''« W Stilunl:!' Brooke tied the count in theU 1 ' 1 "'' strokes under par (women's i fourth when Russell Mays singled. US hole par is 77). Franny Haus walked 'nnd both! Losing only three holes and win- up- third Oil Rum.sry's I'itch of (hi- s n u i e ' a i i d bh play. P i n c h - h i t l e r Alex OoiiKales heat out an i n f i e l d hi! in the n i n t h hut wns picked off first by Kamsev. The. Caps in oiifilng H fnur- g n m n los ng sli'i'iik. v.'nippi-d up ihr- g a m p 'ii the f i r s l nning off I-'rancis Mrha! when shprl.-itoj't P i n k y Hit;- groun.'irrl a sinitlp In Iff! ,",,,-, ,;·,, oniv two. while the Giants batter-1 2 wa w"m :,!«'""·'·« C ^'-' l«^ e « lor i«' ....: , ... ; , .·· tuts, i scored as Hubert threw Gus Trian-i 11 '^ 12 of the 2S - t l l p live times j .N« Y o i k i i . si. Louis : l r i l l "" ; ° s t a t e ' champion "·=^ : "« '-I'Hei.-ma Team Remains ^ the dos' ground ball wild. The deadlock lasted until , i sixth wU"n Dave Pluss led off j W i l h a huiue run over t h e right ! fit-Ill wall. AuJds then walked, Salvation A r m y of the Texas i moved to second on a n o t h e r sue- jpasiue has run through 35 games i n f ' c e ^' Hubert and scored as SAN ANTONIO, Aug. 4. The South pullH Uic grcm set of the Texas Coaching whipping t h e North. 60-55. in contest that produced the highest!.:;^ rd m Irt( ,^ Tep , ;i( .... , n | U h score in the se\'en-ynar hia.ory of:, l t llle season _ the series. ! The North wns Rfi o v a n v h p l m i n £ j BROWNSVILLE favorite to win because o£ superior]s'j,u"'i" zl f S5 ...;;;:; height and b"tier all-round abilityiJ'L-^mEtjm s'b ... --or so it was apparent bofoi'ej i£\*a ci '.','.".'.', the game. iw^hf 11 -! 0 But the South, led by Kelly Jim'.\ MccinaheV 'rf','.'. Duncan of Cayuga and pCDperyi M ^ h A l P little Toni'my HilS o{ Lamnr (Houst- \ a - u V nza - cs ''" on) was behind «nlv twice--in third poriod -- n n d at one time by eight points. Keith Lane, Boger giant, t i e d ) Hisrcifix »n Duncan for hi^h point honors, e fl -chj(-'^f l i. c ., |tr .;. with 17, but Duncan was'voted thai iiVcuYn'if AB Ji H o A ; i! .1 :i ,i is .1 j .. i ^ 'j . 11 . . i 'J :t 3 ii '.'*, " i i! o i of the Cl'-urch League season" with- '· Donaldson singled to center and " ! ' !, u 'I l!' nut a ' ioft '' ftt (o r e m a i n t h e only' R n ( ·!·"' I p p o l i t n |i-! ih.n ball g"t! '. "\ u 1! v i i ' u n h e i i t e n team in the four-league," 11 ' 011 "' 1 l l l j n - R;i P i '',,«,,«,,I:K,.., ; score. Dunaklsun, only 44 putts used up -n phenominally low l'»*u'n WushinsuiTi St. Louis .. i Deiroll 'J. Bus;ui) u" I k :d coin petition. '! Xcarcs! llnnj; to them are t h e ; BAMC ,;Rebels of t h e Rin G r a n d e Leagiie, I'jj^s .?,t 1 w i l h a 18-1 record for a 041 nor. i Trinniv ' · f ' · L-r,n,..l tripled toj t m ( 1 c ; figure. Most of the t i m e sh*! outdrove Mary Ann, holder of the Trans Mississippi title, Mary Ann h a d ; won, two of their three earlier mat-i chos t h i s year. j Marjorie zoomed through the I f t t h i |and 27th holes in 35 strokes, on»| men's par and the hot-] I test n i n e holes of the meet. ,1-lii I T U ! (2-Ci Bis i hirluilr" Stat*5 League S a l t i r d u J ' - · f *',7 . .M : .fi'l Chic^o n SuiHiny'K ;MII« I '* Clilcftgu nt Waalilnglon-- Krsllow Uli-vi-hiDrt* lit Ptiliadftlplili -- C l -- t. ft ni D R j T i - n i n l e I l l - H i n n J IVvnn i i n - U I vs Shunt/. i!l-si i Aut!r. S. or K p l l n c r (7-iii ant! M a r t i n ifr:n ,'!',·-, rl;i i l-.'iuis :n P,'sw York-- t ' j i - G s r v H r d'i-S I sin'riiL-ni' vs Lop.'it 1.13-6 1 "nil i Pel. GB . .'40 * ,vJi S ..VIU llli-i .·174 Kl ! -j - un.t J-'illftti" i Tr'.u:ks «,,.. Mas- j t'!:l:iOn I ) , \ V l ' ' i ' . l l U Texas-New Mexico Nations! League f ,;;" lle ,- l! ' in AS It H 0 A; -1 II II 1 I ; .4 II I) .S 0 3 « II 0 1 j '.a i 1 'i K\ .2 n o i n j .3 o o 0 ;' .3 u U 1 (I 12 II 0 U !·: .1 U 1 II 0 :s i 2 21 12i AB P. U O "i 0 0 i' . 4 ii i) ·,' i ' c e n t a g e . The I n d i a n s load HIR coast. ; ;'} [f U J i;League and the Hawks the Gulf '..'j ii i ii *'-· 3 n n i u ; ..i o u i 3i .; n o 5 o ..! o o 3 u. .1 II I) II U i . .n o ft o 01 ,1 jl O 1 2 1 c I 1 H n A o ' The win ended a So-year chain- nions.hip f a m i n e for gnlfr-rs from ; jV| Illinois, tho state wli^re the Wrst- f - i i p r n t o u r n a m e n t got its s t a r t . Marand i *--Krl^^r A full schedule for ail four loops JMvi!"ns is slated for this week. i ^TM Cll «-. v . LsnLr ]. . "pred g player of the 5'in!l';mtt! if "M mnrS'iti. .Thr liyniSam:' 1 n :i l 1 (! fl (I H 0 A 1 I 2 1 1 :i ^ 2 II 1 11 2 I ,NV\v York LOUIH . , LiiAc.l K STA.\Hl,\'(,iS ...\'.,\.... ..1 0 0 0 D) -- -- -- -- -- : Indians ..... - 28 0 2 27 S i J r . Tuxans lor nokeunsnn In 5th. I Tiny Terrors Salvaiioa A r m y ti Kama II KU .raiMlc IA-.IXUK Rebels hi Cubi'njs . . . . ! * Dili (M3 lift-- nuU (k.'U W -- iUS Tnta'.s . Harlinurn ,311 !l?() (100 J 5 1 . i | tl.1- over Lanfi by a I 0-foot-6 Lan"' was She (op IT North g e t t i n g most of points by capturing rehourids. The game's 1)5 pointn wns by f o r the. largest tots.1 ever scored in thl?'.-all-star. game. T'ne nvcvions high raarlc \vas set in 1917 when the game produced S3 paints. It .also was the Soul^'s ric.tory-. in. the/series. The South' won the first game, played'.in'1946- but had .gone without a mark un!.ij tonight''" Coaching- the victoriour South -v;-! Foi'ix'st Anr'ftrson, h?ad ^_ -.- _ rnan: of B"'5k'.thall at Bvnri!ev Un-|5|jj tCU iversitv.jsCliff Wells of Tulane led; · the .North. The SeillU , Tpxas women's Golf K-ClmmluTS. RBI--Mwys, p lrvln_.1. Locfei m n n -. Tlminsun -. 2 B ~ - l r v i u X'.Tli'ui--t.'ii, Mavs S--luii'l;. I I P - Ki'iviCH ana Mu;ii;il: Dnrk an.l L f U m i i i i . L r f i ~ New Vi.rlt s, SI. Louis ·'!. I5B- Knsli SO'-Kn«|o 3. r-hm n j Totals a--Struck oiu for Letlosv in J)th b--Struck out £or Mickens in 9Oi PCT. i .813 j PLYMOUTH Include! Salurday's Cnnirn \ v k p f ! B r f i o k l v n 61 "i'3 I'H*) New York SS T -«2 s Phil.idelphia ...,53 5S .510 H St. Louis . . , . 4 7 .W .-I^S 16 n i : o j j o r i e . who upset Defeniiinp'Champ- Boston" 3 " .'..".'.'.'.'.'.','V.V JB M .'474 IT 3 f- n 9 4 | i o n Pollv Rilev of Fort Worth in'Chi^sro w x .m ^., V.V.1 S n J S the quarterfinals, will take the'TM** 11 "* "' n a ' m ~"" J '""i n n n oi t V ' A ' A! e^ander Trophy, symbol " " _ i of victory, back to Decatur. "l o -i 2-! 15 w i. P'-I- OB 7n -.'.:, ,IV\1 -- Fair Game Wins HO-- .ejj .-10(1 Borom .IWUj Mi-Hridc If York II) . AB P.HOA DADE PARK, Ky., Aug. 4. (AP) ·J { ?, S ^|Fair Game, three-year-old c o l t A a I o i i owned by J. J. Starling of Clear- ii o I i i v Y ater - Fla -' won 1lle Inaugural i i n D . .-i l..i"i'r S in -1. vVP_ B a l k - L a m f r - W i n n e r - K o s l n .fi-si: -rnmnlwr* f7-l!i.. ir.-P,noili, Bo r.nbh. 1:-=;Jii. A-IT.M .- Mcnal ,V~«!R. ! !Scoicli Foursome L i' /"^t 1 T^ 1 i.t Uiil) loday Twenty golfers will take part B!'.:.-. Liuie ?o: Ken Rods .13 ..S 4 S 'S irt u .''i : "i i Huberi Totals .'i · n I Handicap, feature of Dade Park's J [J i opening-day program, before 15,o v 5JOOO race-goers today. .41 Salurday's R«,iul!s Plltsbursh 7. Philadelphia 3 GB i .im;iril!o I Lurncsji Ifi r a m r n I'i I Borgir n'. Airni'in | i m« ( . PP 1 '!-- 1? -'" |- Lohghorn League ! Ui^'futlt^ Saturdny's Cincinnai: 7, Brooklyn 3 Chicago 7, Boston 6 New YorU 10. St. Louis 0 Sunday's Games Philadelphia at . Pittsburgh--1'2--Meyer (S-fli and Church (11-6) va LaPalme (T-4) anfl Friend 14-7) . BronWyn at Cincinnati--(2)--Eraflca i"ii-3i i R.v»?r,vaier and Schmitz U-4,) ve Fox (G-6i and ftal- Artefi.i Buslon at Chicago--f2i--Nichols (5-3i and Saturday's San Ar.gelo 3losw"oll ElR Spring Vernon W ^ '.61 44 . ..W 4! SS Pel. OB .s'^1 5 : i .5":t 6'.i .567 Spalm i!2-9j vs JtcLish (3-!j and Hi (6-91 VorK at S Sraley -il2-!0. .5-1 SO .519 V .'1*1 Hfl ,-1'^Ll 'J1 '·· '.':"\ '\~ .''."ill ?8 ! ,-'.:;.'. fir .SKI :.'.u Louis--Janscn 14-9 vs ' Ariesia Odessa 34. Big -1. San A n ^ v l l.W'i ! BA.MC . . Plyitumth .3(1 i E - - F r i e n i . H"l."rt. .110 W'j Olx--B ; nBI--P.a S C I I K U I ' I . K FOB WEES ! 2. Pluss, DnnaM.-inn ", Trmnrtns. .IB--Mays. | ."-·'S Kaparh. HR--PUi»s. TrHnrti-s. s -- H u h f r t ; .5f«l ! ,3, T,-isinrto=, and t f l ' « w ; H a n i . ' , ,-lfifi ] ffii.'nrj an'i I.Pt'.OB-. l,cit~RAMC n. Ply; .395 [ mmith S. B B - M l r k c n s B HilDirl 4 SO- .l^iij ihchrtis I H u n e r t s. i:,-Teeh. ilonroe and I Lyons. T--1:-I9, A--1.5'JS. lion ( b v , Hsu-n re*: .1-. Tesans vs Ka»l!vs: Salva-j Army \-s Hot Rods; Blue E a g l o s j Women's Golf Meet! Salvstira Arm-- v» Sea Hawks: 3 vs Ps.iilwrs: Coberas tbye.i. Tuesday Scotch foursome golf! ,,»£££ ^ ians Ys Kebs!!: she " Cent!r . I " H a w n : Tiny Terrors ^ ^ s Wltle Aces; Mus-i. !the monthly tournament at the Corpus Cnristi j tinga V 5 : H o t Bnd5 . I* [Country Club. I The first quartet will, tee off ' 1:30. In this group, sponsors the tourney, are Mr. and Mrs. I i Jayreo: Salvation Army vs sea Hsu-ks; ftt Salvation Army vs Hawks. , Jr. Texans vs Cooer2s;.Panfriers Of (hi-ei. More fun "outdoors! Worker Play n a » · .Thursday i · Jaycce: Indians vs- Sea Hawks; H.i^-ks! » CANVASS SHOES North never wp Six tinr"! durinjr the frarne the shack at Oso before 6 o'clock score was tied. te.y afternoon. imfinP' of nim.-m Thn Bccvills arc cxncrted. Loral en-; 'roweii'-imi Mrs. .1, A. Mamey a n d j r r i cr had a rhanr-r to r n t f h tries are asked''to call the proS.-^^r^,,. M n ! l u 4 . c. u ' c n ^ i e j LTIO ' Speedway Card;; and lira. Al Tssch. Henri W a r r e n . EAGLES HOIJD PACE Martin Scores 12th Victory'. ·-. " · · . * As Buffs Down Beaumont, 3-2 Harry ^Eibel Waldo Harper ami;* Bruce Ryan just about walked' off : J with everything at Corpus Chnsti \ » i Speedway iast night. ^ t j Elbel copped the opening event. ; » j t h e helmet dash, with Ryan sec-.'J onci, then later took the spook race and finally the feature. Harper won the first heat, with Elbe! second and Jim V a n . B l a r c u m third. · '' and the Australian pursuit, with HOUSTON. A u £ , ' 4 . (API-Fred-. The Eagles collected 11 hits a n d - d i a n inninp. 'ni^ri ^^'"r SCC ° nd u n d Rya " '·· Martin, who has had his share runs in the second., nnd f i f t h innings' Tulsa picked up a run in thc:^'TM- '"^ ,.,. ,, ,, , , , h aa the Indians choked a rally short. | te »'" 1 e - TM les ** s ° ' of tough breaks, cam R up with ;i'to go with the Vug thirrt as they! first and three move in the seventh! brilliant assist from Frank Shof-; combed thren Cat hiirlers. ' ' " ' " ' ' ' "" "'""' " ) ; er-in the ninth 4onigh! and weath-i,. Fort Worth S ot a run in iho'Okl.homa City 000 005 MO-fi 10 O j ^ ^ ^ ^ Xagy pecond ^. "'."JBob Breeding third. Ryan won the Hajes nail int. i heat , ered a burlding Beai'imont rally toUirst anil ;i pa.r ..n t h e tlr.rri to'Tulsa win his 12th game of tin- season. !«nd U? scoring. Ray Narieski, win-, Paynich, ; 2 and 6106 * "u"' thc Carlson score was vere xvitnesses. By winning the Buffs stayed spv ; F o r t Wfu . lh - - t , 30 opn m _-. t 7 l en. games ahead of second p l a c e ; n a u a s 015 n\(\ oox-T 31 o Pallas. ! McCahan, Otten (SI, Zachary (7 ;and Bragan; Narlcski and Avhvard Beaumont ....000 100 100--2 7 0 ?«' dwij l- '' ' ( 2 i third heat race, Hales see, l J i o n d and Nagy t h i r d . Van an ! -vns second'in the spook race and Out SAN-ANTONIO, Aug. 4. (UP) -^i Tribe Nips Oilers Husii Sooter stopped ihe San An tonio Missions tonight with a five :hitter as the Shre.vcport S p o r t s Grett Resigns Bowling Alley Post Biily Grett, one of the city's! There's more comfort, more fun in P. F. Canvass Shoes --*' posture foundation.pre- vents foot strain, guards against flat feet, increases comfort. RECREATION OXFORDS nW, 3.60 women'i 335 VANTAGE OXFORDS men s women s Houston 200 001 OOx Gorman, Mitchell (7) and Mnn- cuso; Martin and Fusselman. j TU I,SA, Aug. 4. (UP)-Tho Okla-isoore,.r"a T"to~"o "shutout ~T'e"x u s!'" 1 ^ »" ow " bowlers, has resigned. jhoma City Indians flashed a fivo-;Loaguo victoiy. j his position with the Corpus Christ i (run sixth inning tonight and t h a t ; The S p o r t s ' h a d ' n i n e scattered j Bowling Center to take over opera-' :\vas enough to oviUast the Tulsailv.l*. but paraiaypvJ them for a run'lion of the Alice Bowling Center.; DALLAS, Aug. ·(. (UP'i--The Qilers in a Texas-League- basoballiin the top of the second inning's. Orett, who has been city bowling; Pallaft_ Eafiles crammed out H content, ,s to 4. ; " ' secretary for the past four years i m i g h t y dvft-run thirrt-inning tonight Kwch l o a m used three p i t c h e i s Shreveport 01ft 000 OflO--1 n o ' a n d connected with, the CO Bowl.! Texas).in. Hie hat el-fought f r j i n i p . Tulsn San A n i n n i o . oon 0:)o oon 0 .s ilin.t; Center for (tve years, resigned : K o r t j o u l h i l . the winner.", 12 In In, bui Soolpr nnd Bo.M.ick; Taylor, G i l v j e f t e c d v e Ausr. 1 t o ' t a k e over the j i could not match the owe big In-i son (9) and Raich. " (Alice positi'nns. Eagles Clip Cats -TIKI coaslcfl to a 7 to League victory over the Worth Cats. INCORPORATED £02 N. Chaparral *» Open 'til 9 P. M. Monday CORPUS CHRISJl'S GREATER Open 'til 9 P. M, Monday Special Savings... Entire Stock of Short Sleeve Sport Shirts Jayson, Coopers, Croydon Originally priced to $4.95 Originally priced to S3.00 NOW NOW SWIM TRUNKS JauUzen -- Breiitwood -- Coopers OFF Tour Better Man's Store" No Exchanges or refunds please! 205 N. Chaparrals New Kaffic Building 1-Hour Courtesy Parking Next Door

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