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Sun, Aug. 5, Yankees Chop Down Hapless Browns, 11-3 NEW YORK, Ayfc 4. (AP)~,Tne|b*at out a hit ,to drive in Sera/, single by Cliff Stapes and errty by New T«* Yankee* c*m* to life (with the sixth run. · jPhil Rizzuto. They picked up an- The Yanks added a pair in tneiother^in ^ the ^seventh^o» a triple seventh on a two-run homer byjb.v " ' »· -t. ..--« *-,,..!,,,,,,, in the - Jate inning* today _.. _ r ._.. _. _ _ , humbit* the last-pltce St. Louis seventh on a two-run homer by i by Fst! Marsh and Taylor's Brant*. 11-3, to protect their slend- Collins and closed out their scor- j ground-out. Batts tripled and scored er te*d in th* American League I ing with two more in the eighth (the Browns' final run in the ninth pcnmtnt i-aee. i against Bob Mahoney. Berra beitftdj on "Mapes 1 groua-out. ' · · -- - ' ""-·· loss was Suchecki'a sixth i t a victory. The triumph was | .- i a half-game i a homer tor'the first, run and Hankj The Indians! Kauer scored the second on the; "ront end of a triple steal. ! break their second-place! Kuaava limited the Browns to,' with the Boston Red Sqjd 5 "* hits - The Browns scored in thej Th* Rid Sox dropped a 2-1 $e.Uourh ton a double by Matt Batts,! Ciaion to the Detroit T'gece and| ST ^^^ AB K H o A | tumbled'.to third place, IVi games! YOUSB ..4 0 0 2 a; back of the Yanks. *,£*; 5 ::;:::::::::;:::::: J U I 1 o| LOIMM Hts Tooch lM« l w» C rt""" * o i i u Jim Suchecki checked the Yanks j MaiS st '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".".'.''.''.'.'.'.',',3 i i T ' i on thrw Wta over the first «ve|J^ '· s -- ;;::;:::::;;; ; :;:;: | g J J « innmgs, but lost his touch in thejsuchccki p ... " " sixth when the-Yanks exploded for; ^"{J^. \, ·;;; six roas to ice the game. Yogi! Berra's three-ran, two-out double j a ^-'^5 o,n'iA] was the big blow of the rally. I With the score M, Gil McDougald|cyuu,, rVib ".'. ·walked to. begin the rally. One out i BTMTM ^ ^ j - - .later pitcher Bob Kuzava poppedjceVra^c a. double to left. Gene Woodlingj^u', 1 ^ tapped to first-baseman Ben Taylor j MeDoucaui' io and McDougald slid home .safely(^"JJJ",,*^,-;;; ahead of Taylor's throw to theikuaiva P piate, Kuzava moving to third on! Totaia · th« play. i st [H Jo« Collins grounded to second-jjjcw and the Tigers Edge C? .V.-7 BoSoxv2-l 1 U I) U O i - - tt j j · SuuliraKl in 0 3 H BOSTON, Aug. 4. (AP)--Johnny, *]Groth's ninth inning Uvo-rilii horn j j e r , pius lej'ty Ted Gray's' specta- i 4 t l icuiar relief pitching, today gave! J ||; the Detroit Tigers a 2-1 r.-in over 7 i j t h e Boston'Red Sox. The setback! J JJ!dropped the latter a game and a| a «liial£ behind th« top-place Is'e\v York! * I i Yankees. Until HIR final f r a m e . Leo Kiely, i : s u j;; ;j Vi' 1 Boston's rookie port:*ider, had " . ;three-hit shutout going, for Walt! ""r.c'io IKW ll-^u -Dropo had given him a lend. with ! ·^. BOB FELLER . No. 17 for Robert FISHING MEET DATES, PRIZES ARE ANNOUNCED Dates and top prizes have b«en determined for tn* first 'annual Corpus Christi Sweepstakes Fishing Tournament. . An automobile is to go to the sweepstakes winner---titlist jn the top division of the tourney--and console radio-phonographs are to go to winners ii! each o! the other two divisions. A "Master Fishermaji" is to be sought by tournament heads, with appropriate awards going to the angler who comes up with the best all-round performance in the $15,000 four-month-iong tourney. The tournament, first of its kind in Texas, begins ai midnight Sept. 30 and runs through midnight Jan. 31. Checking stations are to be established through the area from Rockport down through Laxuna Matlre points, with regis-. , 0 ver tration at any one point making anglers eligible to enter his 'Dodges, fish at any point Awards are to be made in two main divisions, with a sweepstakes division to include top winners in each of the two divisions. Within each division will be sections for men, women and children, with awards to be made for each type of fish listed 'in tournament rules as a Gulf Coast game fish. Monthly awards have been established, with all anglers eligible for both these and final awards at the end of the tournament. The first general membership meeting of the tournament association is to be held at 8 p. m. Thursday at the Nueccs Hotel, when a constitution and by-laws will be- adopted, membership cards distributed and final over-all plans adopted. Trophies, plaques, household appliances and fishing tacRle, including boating equipment, make up the list of lesser prizes to follow the sweepstakes prize. , "'' Everyone will be eligible for awards in the tournament, with equal prizes-in the division-for residents of the four counties immediately adjacent to this area and the division including residents elsewhere. Reds Trample j Dodgers, 7-3 j CINaNNATI, Aug. 4. (AP)-Th» The Reds got to Newcombe lor · Cincinnati Reds hopped .on Don j four runs in the fourth and thre* iNewcombe for seven runs in the j more in the fifth on * total of only 'fourth and fifth baungs today and'seven hits. He bowed out after the I then coasted to a 7 to 3 victory'fifth frame. lover the Brooklyn Dodgers. It \vasi Meanwhile, K w e l l Blackwell, i the Reds' second straight triumph , %v ho has been having lots of trou- ,-.er Uie National League leading ^ig jr, recent starts, had the Breok- odgea. 'lyns v.-cll under' control until' the Newcombe had won nine straight;late innings. He had his strikeout before today. ;ball working and fan-fed seven Haunting the Dodgers particularly was Hank Edwards, who Cincinnati obtained from Brooklyn i only recently. Last night he scored ithe winning run against his !J Dickson Clips! Phillies, 7-3 old ! mates and today he clubbed out two doubles to help lead the Cin- ' In the fourth the Reds spaced j PITTSBURGH. Aug. 4. (AP)-~! m^ies bv Conn - e Ryan, Ted Klus- jLittle Murry Dickson, aided bvi* e w s k j a ' nd Roy McMillan and an jtwo honifi runs, pitched the Pitts-j Edwards t i ou bi e around a walk and i burgh Pirates ,to a 7 to 3 win overj j w o j^eid O uts for their first four Ithe Philadelphia Phillies .today, allies. In the fifth Ryan walked 'Dickson. scattered seven hits, to;with one out and stole second after !cop his 1-4th victory and give the j another out. That was followed by ) .1 i ; a sixth inning homer. iVuuOs- ' ft (i , _ _ _ , ,, ,, i Bob Feller Scores 17th Victory t ! "' : As Indians Win Over A's, 4-2 i Pirates their first win over the another single by Kluszewski and Phils at Forbes Field this season, consecutive doubles by Edwards Ralph Kiner smashed 'his 28thj^ pTM?? Hatton to Close OUt toe honrer of the season with nobody i uncmnaa scolln K- inboard in the fourth inning. Gusi Th « Dodgers got to Black- ISell also rapoed a round tripper i wc11 f° r a couple of runs in the for the Hues', "TJS 12th, in the sev-j seventh on three singles and an enth after Tom Saffel singed. double to right. Johnny M i z e j Ho-JsOTiu-cii reached base on an error and Mc-ii i. WM«. ,,,,,1,, ,- lu , Dougald, up for the second Unie,iHubLar,i'.'r--2::a' ! A-ui.s-i)'. 1 ' MAJOR LEAGUE AVERAGES secutivc nit, that youngsier replaced by I3ill Wight, who the Detroit drive. Orav the Philadelphia Athletics, 4 to 2 today to tal;t.- over second place became llm third Detroit' 1 " ll ' le rei! hot American League in the low-scoring action wcc - Ffilliu " has lost four - iwhen UK: Red Sox came to bat in Boslo » W M S defeated by Detroit, I the last of the n i n t h . And h e ! 2 to 3 - t o tlro l to t h l r d - a £ ame |destroyed the Red Sox' last-ditch; -- " I hopes by striking out p i n c h h i t t o r Maxwell, Doni behind the Indians and the league leading New York Yankees. Larrv Dobv's i e r r o r - An crror and * wlld ,-,., . 'also helped them to their I Dickson gave up one run in theU ,, ; t ' h i(rlnh first inning when Eddie WaitkusT ' , . Sf " [doubled, went to 'third on an in-! The ^ hth ° f ,j behind t e r Dave Philley a n d Eddie JoostU^eld o u t a n d scored o n ' 0 singled with two out to place the; Jones long fly. base. onlv l«it of game, a triple, brought in two runs Willie Ramsdell and . _, ,,,..,,.. Blackwell have piled up IT _ .. runs on base. j The Pirates took a 2 to 1 IcadUtrikeouls Brisslc, facing his former team- in the second. Kiner walked, took!" «, h spi£rp ,,.,,., as . Car j Furil . mutes for the third time this year,'second on a passed ball and scored: K K in the eighth inning to give Clove-:fanned Klmer Valo on a 2 and 2 I o n Jack Phillips' triple to land thy victory. j count to preserve Feller's win. i Phillips tallied a mbment Feller needed ninth, inning h e l p j Dobv ;u -tuallv won the game: whcn:"McCllllousrh flied out. from Lou Krissie. Thu latter came · ' " "- - ' -- - lo. Duke Snider, Jackie Robinson and Gil Hodges have collected only after Feller walked pinchhit- lntei-; a toi;1 [ bat. j olu - times at NATIONAL LEAGUE Inilividua! Batting Uitritra of Aug. 1 tv»tt..N,V Jlustal. StL.. ... ICobliuon. iUtlyq, Ashburn, 'l'hi.14. Wyrealok, Cln- lif Kite 1 . St.'L. ,. Klliott, B0» Cooper, Bos ... Connors, ciii. ... Kiiwr, FitU DUt*. N.Y. ..... Kfvw. Blctyn. .. Kartllo, Bkjyn, Cavarretla, Cli!. »(?!!, X'ltW Sisler, I'Wlii. .. Howell. Cm. .. 33!ck8on. Pitts. Chi. .. 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CbU .... 318 46 88 14 2 12 51 .277 Knnis, Phlla. .....370 (3 103 1C 5 12 5ii .274 Jonea, St,U 50114 S5 f H 220.27-1 Rojek, PIL'StL. . 190 17 52 S 3 II 13 .274 St, Ciaire, Bos. ...H:* s 31 » ) n 10 .274 McCUIIoUgh, Pitt 143 14 3fl 3 Z . - 4 .16 .273 CasllglJone, Iltt. .309 40 R4 12 2 4 25 .1.12 N«1»OD, St.t.-Pllt. 173 27 47 8 2 t 13 .273 Burgess. Chi 1OT M 31 2 2 2 111 .S7II Ryatt. Cin 27« !iS 75 15 2 11 36 ."ffi ·Rrldgen. Eklyn. ..S19 12 3.' S II 111 .'.'(S Haniner. paila. ., 395 41 100 13 5 s S9 .20S cox. Bklyn : .2?! ns in n i 6 :v) ,VR« .Adams. «in. ...'...22S 3.-! '81 fi 4 S 12 .2iJS Edward*. Bkn-Clil'101 2!1 27 J) J 4 2! ,W7 ("a Bklyn TS9'.» til 14 1 Ii 2.1 ,2f.8 Johnson, SLL. ... 271 30 71 14 l H :iii .21,2 JeOiroe,' 1 HOT U40 SS fli) 14 7 11 S3 .2fis Hartsflelt!..Bos. . .251 47 77 7 , 0 .Ii 21 .2S5 WatUius. Phfla. ..432 SI 114 22 3 a 34 .iri JeffCOSl, CW. .,., 140 25 37 S 2 2 12 .264 Johnson, St-U . . . 2 n 3 n 71141 S 3(i .2(2 Hermanskl. Eh-Ch 373 SO 45 B O S 1-1 ,:ffi ftmaziotU. Chi . 74 fi 19 4 1 0 7 ,2,17 SianSiy, N.Y. ...,351 GO 90 11 1.32 31 .256 Williams. Bicn. ... 3S 5 10 2 I 1 4 .25(1 ClD 295 38 75 8 3 4 33 .354 K, Cl=. ... 122 9 31 2 0 2 13 .254 _ _ . ,, a. Boa. .,,332 81 89 12 2 15 SI .253 Johnson. N.Y 324 54 82 15 4 20 63 .25S D. Rice, St!U 25321 M 61 626.253 Hetaas, SO* 201 20 50 6 2 2 12 .249. Stances, CSS. ...; 210 22 67 13.2 6 36 .24S MsMBlaa, 97 13 24 2 If 'I'.'*.i247 , CfflMSa ...2SO 3fl S3 -1 S JT 46 .216 , Cits. . .335 52 82 23 1 ' S' 44 :.245 Cio. .. 242 20 59 15 0 5 27 .244 IK 15 27 4 0 5 23 ,241 . Slivers, N. SeioinJck, Pfafia- .201 2S: 43 S 1 8 2S .239 Saner. Cat Sl.l 45 74 J2 1 37 5S .238 ,-S.S, .24SS7 S3 S 4 .S 32 ,23S ,.,, SL-P!tiBS22 4S !S 3*.»S Kl: ....... ,, .S^C- 0 « J m 40 1 4 .2351 Hitchcock. Phl», Haromg. Jf.T- ... SS 3 9 1 6 0 2 .237 stlrnwe.n*. " vltMitiinun. IVia. NiTt-ti, Wahh, Wnsu^i 1 , t'ir Ml*«, N. Y '."OS 2i Vnlu. J'lill 2i;i 4(i ill«tli l-l ... L',2 ::i .'.jit ;w 'i/, is . ^i:[ t»u 3i/j 12 . 2S7 ti'J iH 1!) '^is *iu ii/r "i ..J«, li!l 114 31 ,.2«7 4;' ','H T lil H 77 13 V I 1st -- [and .lohnny PosUy 'n !-:·.'·'. i n « ' - . j Both sldp.s to'iilcd sfvt'n hit-' n n J i Hank Bornwy, who relieved s l a r t v r V'reJdiii Hutohin«)n in the eighth, wound tip with his first win :tir; 'i sinsjlp io.ss. Hutchinson, ije.spile Hie D 1 honior. pitched woll u n t i l G e n - v i j Pridi.iy's error on a Ti-l W i l H n m s ' IRroundcr find Dropo's second h i t , . :a single, ,ut two Red Sockcrs o n ; l haso with one out. i Mnnnger Red Rolfo rusheU in, : re!, iBorowy, who forced Bolibv roerr : j ^ - t d fly io l e f t . A f t e r Clyde Voilmer . iiiiijU'ftH prisseij tn f i l l 5he !!l"'' :ti :, i " i t ; ^ '-U-ber Hudrly iiosar retired the side " '" | w i t h a left field fly. : Ooerr, whose line!; hus been :!iorh,--riri;; him, returned to his HOC; 'oriel hnse berUi In the sixth ilinint; ] iUter the versa! !c Kill'.- fJ-iiidni.'in ;vvas flatlciK'i: ;i.s Souchook broke, 'tl[ ;t double play. The .l.-at-rr, \vlni jhiul drawn a hn-ie on bulls, was | ruled out for Interference aft ad roiidi"'! f i 1 r! on an ea, with iiis triple oJ£ veteran right-' r '-'' le Phillies tied up the contest' handor Diok Fowler. The blow, a: in the fifth, scoring two runs on j BROOKLYN A iShut against the rightfield fence, I three hits but the Pirates cameJK^si' 0 5 »' ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.',,'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'"' jcanie with two away and followed j back with two more in their half i ?. n ', d .'' r Ki ,,,-" j a two bagger by Dale Mitchell, l to sew up the ball game. !i f "r\l"f"wr" J -:i. ".'.'."'.'.'.'.'.'.: i who now mms a 13-pa«ie-hitting! A crowd of 7."OS saw the con-if- u f u." "n | streak, and a walk to Bobby Avila.: test. (·a-nr'i'iHMhL r"'I!ii!!!!!!!! ..\B K o O 1 n o A n (i n i l 2 1 I 1 II U 1 4 Cobs Edg2 Braves in llth Thii i The victory was Feller's t h i r d | i straight over Philadelphia t ii i slw:mh\!3 'it',* '" vf ..'.'.. CHICAOO Au ' ' (AP)-Harsk to tut of a bat-i^n, Boh Klliott. Eaucr, wno T in ! u l t l l h JU11 i.;.: n s i.i .o./i year and Cleveland's ninth sue- j j uut . :i cessive win over the A's. JKtinVs r" !!'.'. , Cleveland loaded the bases o n lfK;^" s '-'"" ihits by Mitchell and Avila, a throw- in~cai-,»!ifro i: | 'ng error by Gus Zemiul and an iw-jjoi'n",,,'',, ··· jtentional pass to Doby with nonejh--.%·?'· imi.-i'un " "L/iout in the, first but failed to scorej^'^I^JJpf'"', J I as Fowler leit the runners stratuled! ^ " ' * i by putting down the next three! ...^'p",^.,,^",;, had;batters. | £··; ,,._.:· Philadelphia had two base r u n - j ^ "iners in tiie home half of the first j "', on a v;aik to lead oil batter Eddiejf,' ris'iSiJoost and Wallv Moses 1 single with's;: AB H H (1 ...-i i i ·; ...·i u i :: ...:i o o i .. .4 n D i ... 4 u n :: ...-i ] :i i ...:! « '.i ;i . ..1 1 D ii ,.. i n o (i ...i is o n ... o n fl n .. .0 U 0 (I ..-' 0 . .1 I) ..I fl . -I 1! (I 111 . .-I 1 1 ll . :: 1 1 I' 0 (l (I u 1 l) ! TMAla U~K.i,'d out i C I N C I N N A T I j M:'rri!:i:n I K v r i n "Jb . . , W y r i w t P l t rt j Edw.tri!.i U .-! intn Mr.v Nli;h(jlson r u r Johaaon i « i i-il j. ·i '.-,t .3;; ·I ;:'i .Hi u n .mi 1 'i -o .an fi ,1 ..!( . l l l i 2 ii u .:;i- :i I, : i' ll : ^. . r~* ,, \ , ' ""^* 1 cvm* v. .\.n U'iVCIl Itri nun; nm as tho Lhieatro C u b s , , .', 'itn^-ed to a 7 to G victory ovor|«l -walk, lined a double, to . iht'"lWum Braves in an 11-inning center that enabled Jaci'.son to [,'OjOne out. However, Feller survived; t-ime before 13.SCG here today, jail the way round. |this 1am by RCttinff Zernial on a j The victory, the Cubs' third in; Ha had been benched for three- FC)I ! ^ n raw and seventh in their )n*t: g:imea for we;l!l nittin-, ij^,. " Cn nine jramcs. was credited to J o e j Catc . he{ . vValker Coojer injured! 'xiie Indians netted the sjamc'si Hatten. who turned »' :i ""P^Jihis neck in the fifthJnnin K tagging!first run in the second on k walk! "' ' jSmalley out at the plate and wasito Hejjan. a sacrifice bv Fuller) i replaced bv -Mueller. r / it. ;l In u s ·l il : 1 1 : ( t It i . .'SJn': r r l d i t v i!i . .2u:;jKeii at ..... reliel perlornuuici ( a n d two-thirds mn'ng's. · OuthlttinK the Braves IB to jlhe Cubs did almost everytliiiiR to | J1 ;^,'^;], 1 ., AB n M o A i give the decision nwav after tnkinj;! j'eumn ,-r" \ S " ' ]|n n'to 1 lead in the eighth inning. ^r-^ m 'v -TiThe Braves had the benefit of i2:E m Cii ai, . " w a l k s and four errors. iii'i'r-i'nu'r* -i n 2:i n o ....-i u o IDA i t o o n a ...3! n S 24 30 i m :ith A B K H O A -1 I) II -1 0 "'.'i n o ii » 4 -j :i T n ....·i i 2 s o ·· I 1 1 2 . ..-I II fl " II -I (] 1 (I 4 . . . . 4 0 1 0 1 . . . 2 3 "7 10 27 16 .noo ODD ;io--s ,U»K) J30 06X--7 K -- W y r o s t f k . Kluaiifwsui. K!H-- Kluszew- sKt i' M s M l l l H t l ^. Krivi'itrds, HiiHon. How- i-!i. 1'odljiclrn. iB-.-Ki'.vanis 2, H'Uton. * ! sB--Uv.'in. I 'P-- Biiu-kv.'tf!i, I t v a n and Klus- !Ji-e\vsRi'' Mi-MUlan, Kyun aiid Kluazewskl. '. ; i ]fl.~- Brouklvii 6, CliKinnntl 5. JBC-- Ncw- J nmibr a. li'lackwell i. SO-- Newrombo 4. 1 ' !!Wi-!twfM 7. HO--NVwcombe 7 la 5 Inn" j i l j i s a : rodhiflrn 3 In 3. VVP-~Bis.ckv.vlu e ^ v i n r t o r -- l!!:ieKwill 110-10). Lofwr--N,'\v- » i ' ' 0 " i b r (15-51. L'-WarjH'ke, Ooctz. J«da, AB R H o _ ai.".l' 'iDll»way I'll KlliltZ SI.L W:i«ti :l(l G '.-(! I 1 II ii |.'l ·H!|ij 1 wi:t i: . . . . Zr.rnlnl Chi Hill inn tt! Jen I'll .1 'S'.i S'. 1 .;?? I Huli.-hlnsc'ii Robinson, cm. . 3 6 7 5 7 1 0 5 1 . 5 VIK! . . I - S I 41 K f''."itv, |!o' Vollmfr, Bus, RteiUto. N. IT. .. 35,H HI HU is ("olemun, St, L. 341 40 SO 17 Veraon, Wash. . , Dct. , Artt, Si. L ...... 319 31 . . _ . CurrttsquL'l. Chi 373 33 HM 2(i :i " -17 tW S MI ft 17 M .286i Himiivi 4 ·, ·... .-..,; I C r n y ti n? ; P TM iau .'i ' f i 5-1 !?W 1 7 IS .'.'« s'J l -l - ! 1 7 -. 1 .ii 1 r But Randy Jackson, Hal 0eftcosti -^^, "' " a n d Sauer teamed up to salvage ^lauJiier « V n l t h e win, the Cubr' 30th in 15 J o u s ! s ,foTM^^' '' I and Mitchell's second single of the j game. Philadelphia retaliated with in iijki's single. Billy Hitchcock's tri- j l pie.and a pop fly which Ray Boone u leathered in short center. But his K--Mrflulliiiii;!!. P.EI--Jor.p.i. Phillip*. MeCiiiiouah, Kirwr. VVilbtfr. Asliburji. Bi-ll H;imner. 3R~~Ph!!U»H, Keiser. HR--Kir.er. BUS. and "Phil- I ph'a 4 ; Pitwb'irtfh 5. BB--.fohnsnn 11; Dit-h-i ' son 1, SO~Joh.ison S, lifk«on 4, K o n - l si-inlv 1. HO--Johnson 7 Iti ti i n n i n g s : ; In l 1 t n n f n f . - WP--Jotln«-,n. . tVii» n l n l p \vau Inn 1 ·* t P i f B---V,' I I b e r. Winner--Oickann (14-lfli.; ^uie plaie \\as 100 laiej Lflsef __ To ,, n!1 , lM S -:M. ir--Bariick. Dona-i 1 il 1 1 . ;i ir u ..'.! (I » . ii ii n n o .,(1 II U 0 I ..n 0 n . .1 i) o . i u u i Yost. \V.i«ll. 7IH. "'.'. -in ii« r,' i; lU.'irn-ifre. St, L... i Ixilljir, St. L..:. ri o«;rr ft.t^ Joo.ii. PJ.il. ..", Stewari, Chi. . Michaels Wiwh N. Y. I'-C! -11 fiT 1 II VI 0 (i .-ir 2 10 4^ 1 II 7 r:M i« ra 17 1,13 23 30 S f fnhuril ^l.t -'''hi ""i "' ' Jii 'Brown, N, Y . . . , 1 . W 2 8 42 S Lifnon, net. n ;:: -is l ·( :«i '.' .'! y.t V V H H a m » I f sti-vhun!" :Ui Onrm '.I; ' irmer ?h Vollmer rf I 'tli'lv | i Wip!:l n i w i t h Boston. ' i Wilson :i '.' T "l :: After the Braves were hamled; a-Aodis ·.B K H o A ; t h r e e runs in the. eighth and two p 1 ^,!^ ;' I! ! ; 21 more in the ninth, to KO ahead fi'jThipmAn · T o - . ! 5 n j t o 5, the Cubs tied it up in ihe ^^ J u "« Sai · ' · w 'I'ilast half of UlC ninth. ; S--OM out when winning _ run stored ? !i il (1 i 1 ' Jeftcoat beat out an mf-eld; £HGrounded"ourtor,"pa^ne'in sti a o i i n!single. Jaukson followed with n . clm . lGO .', \l J f; '^; drive to right, scoring Jeff coat.· *uf. s \', 2b ... ii " » i) i j with the lying run. · Vaum'!oitt r 'f 1 " " " !l llatten, who came in the ninth i i n c k W ;.t i f 27i2! with two runs and a runner on;|"'TM : '"j " ; third with two out. was invincible iconnors n' '. ! TM !!!!··· i f ' a f t o r yield'ng and intentional walk; B^g^;.^ ·· to Johnny Logan. lower, c ..'... EBi-Drooo ! j n an attempted double s t e a l , Marshall was cut down ii i j t o nab Hitehroek. J, ij| Cleveland finally jjja:~ if a 2- o ii; 2 game in the fifth as Doby, after reaching; fivst on a fielder's choice, i i crossed on a single by Luke Eas- 0 jjiter and AI Rosen's long outfield Join lelll and BallJinratit, T- Dads, Sons, Play Big Game Today .AB R H O A .5 0 .T 2 2 fi I) CLEVELAN'D Mltehaii It ... Avila 2b . .. Doby cJ Kaster ^lb ... Simpson rf AB R H O A rf . ? " · · ' Feller p Erissie p l 2 O'lBooni il l .'' ' t 4 a l li o i n o 2 7 1 0 n ( l . PHILADELPHIA 1 fl « Joost -sj '-* n n j v a i o ct 0 H i Moses rf 5 1 4 1 3 1 .....5 0 .'.'.'.';"·» o 4 0 I) 3 0 0 4 A doubleheader, ' with fathers J playing-sons in one game, is slated s ojior Cub Field on Gibson at 3:30 £ , 2 ip.m. today. "i oi The Tri-City League Cubs willj "" i o o " ijpl a ' ^e fathers in the second j '.'.'.'.'.a o o o o I game at 5 p.m., with 1 Eddie Cruz to j M 1 10 ··? ~6iP' tcil ^ or U? Cubs and Dudley j |Parker, Sr., for the Dads. · AB K H o A j The Little League Cubs will tan- i 1 4 uigle with the Bums in the opener,' 2 i a- ....4 0 ...A 0 . . . - ) 0 0 .....4 0 0 ... 4 1 1 ...4 1 3 ....; o i Special Sale SUMMER fluiiilrr-iln »f i^EtlteniA in ciioosa £rom. 110 "(his or ends or lelt overs, lint (resh niorchunillin* to pick from and nmili! to j'our Individual taste »nd mrasurenifnt In our own shop »t the sreiitly rediH'ed price of-$49.50 per suit and 13.95 .per pants. Styles for men and women Most of these patterns told »i high a.s S90.00. Remember we are not. asents but Ihe largest merchant tailors in this territory. '\ Subway Tailors Most Complete Shop In South Texas 707 No. Chaparral St. 0 6 3 0 0 3 -"2 S 1 nolermth, N. Y.. : '"s .T-I · -Ti s 1 .1 11 .?5»j Kosen, CIc. ... 3£ft 51 02 15 1 15 (10 ,25(ij Kennedy. C!e. . 2.TT 2S fill 14 l SS'l-I'ST, Rosar. Bo« ... t (lS S 34 .5 0 d J ,551 j Tebbott*. Cle. ...ST n 2? "2 0 "15 ,'-5^'i Botldrenn. Bos. 21(1 S4 ffl W 1 S -il .2501 Clarfc Cln. Phll.llfi in -29 S 9 " '" «» 5 10 2 0 12 ?,.. i 5 i250! w»«h. ..'"519 "5 s i CM. , 3*5 21 ?"! S n R 7 on 11 22 B 1 (1 9 , Wegtrmn/ICT. ,.,!3T s M ? 0 15 4T .236 Bat's '"j^w 1 Slt,1'fi 9-' Walker. CU!-Bkn 132 It- "I C ft 2 ' .·»" ! ^onni, W.H.., S'O-10 Uah^r. Cfn. , l^f' 1^ 42 Si! 2 35 ,233 i C'KIPJ. pbH ?51 2 n 'F'ltsGera.W, Pttts. 15 S 3) 6 0 0 1(3 .±33 j vurrsy fie' -phil in "i siaaucy. cw. './-· KS 5 2s 3 i 4 12 SiS^S ?ft, "*'Si*nj FeJtesrtal, Phlia- ISJ 15 17 3 4 3 a .£?7it',., iT , '^ ' T.V.,,",-i -. .xigaa. Bos 1IK 11 !3 4 1 0 in .ns rhunroan rn ric-ws "« TerwUlIBcr. Ch-Bk 21^ 3fi 47 fi ! 0 1.' ,124 simi^eo rip ·'JM 3i Nicliolson. Phlla- 73 s i; 7 n "in .21fiM 1 *i.» *-v ij f -" « rasmsj'i x.y, -..,. w 'i i". i o i T.;'TM r M»' ·"·-». '-"i i- Thompson. S!tn._. .97 in 21 'J n () B .2!Pi" TP .75. 3 is .1 0 ft ?.i .-Wi rt U '2X1 I s s: v ,2'i»! MFROMJCQ_RPUS CHRISTI Iiiteraatioiial Fishing Meet. Opens' Thursday o o n o .2 9 27 11 ,ski." RBI.-Et!ic;t. Jc£f-o.-n; Burjscs*. Sow!- - a--Waikei for Fowler In 3th. !saiier^ U Jsc!w'pa n . n0 i:B-Hermaask : i,- Miksis." i Cievelami .;....,...--..... ..niO J10--'.020r-4 Ismallev St Ci;dre. TorBcson; Saner. 3B-- Philadelphia 021) 600. 000-^3 !j*cl5soB. SB--Jacksnn. DP--Loean, Harts- ... ,, / - '· · - - . . . - . :_ -j----; i t W I A TorR«on. Lea--Boston It: Chicago., E--Zerntal. llajeski; RBI--Mitchell; Rosi i" BB--£cwa S Leonard 1, Hatten 1, j en, Doby 2, Hitchcock. Fowler. 2B--MJt- ! 'Swci-- " Paine 2. ChipTnan-"!. SO-Hchell. · 3B--Hitchcock. Doby. S--Fell«r 2. I Lown i 'Leonard 2 Hatten 3. CWuroan j DP--Rosen, Avi'a and Easter; Eegan and ! -, "HO--Wilson'6 in 3 1-3 inainss: EstocSt j Avila. Left--G!eve!aad 12: PhilaflelpMa 3. ! f la 1 "-3- Pair,» l us 2. csiipmin 6 BB-JTo%vier S; Feller 4. SO--Powler -i.- t''n 3 1-3-"LOWE 4 In 7 ffaeed three' totters Brissle 1, Feller 7. HOr-Feller S in 8;-2-3.i iiii Stn; Le-on.iril 3 .in .1-1-3: Hatter, 0-icnings; Biissie 0 In . 1-3. HBP--Fn-Klei' ir. " '-S HB-P--Wilson i He rmsJisM). WP-- iSirhnson. Felier 1'Va.lo). WP--jeher. " ' · - · - ' "·-- PB-^-Hegan. Winner--Feller (17-11. 'Loser---', F-i'-vler !4-S).-U---Hurley; N.ipp. Passar6l:a i Fstock. Winner--Hattcn' (2-1J; Loser--Chip- I roar* £-l'- 1 T --r^nlat:. Stewart, rind Gore. IT--3:OS. A-- J3.SCS, ' .. ' ' . 'and' Berry. T--2:-I7. A--S513 pa. 14 l 2«» ! i, - «T - Brown;'Bka-PSUa 145 21 __ . ,, , ; ·OweB, CW (Bl 's 12 4 ( n s .;in; Jjjhrlce, K.V. -4ff n S o n l .5 -2tf · Murtsugh, Tltis. .124 fi 24 rf .0 1 in .1311 jrsrqsei,-Bos. .... inn 13 · is ?, i n J . w r«eUer.'Bos. 55 5. 10 " 0 1 S ."!·*'·' j »vf Kerr, Bos. ....... Bi H 25 2 0 I 13.177, F. Pitcher's Records 'f. . 13fl H 22 5 Pitcbers Records caiier-Timw XMIH ^rvi«- 75 have notified tournament head-i' PORT ISABEU-Sixteen "Corpus quarters they will-bid for prizes; " ? M '^7!Christi anslers are entered in thelin the various events. i: " ^ 1 S -:"?!Texas International Fishing Tour- The Yacht Hotel is headquarters; ;, ^-,» C- !ngmcnt ,\ u ». 9-12 at Port Isabel. 1 for the tournament. ·Resistwhon is i " I B "Vi "The Port'bitv boats are to travel 1 to lieg'n at 8 a. m. Wednesday. " i-i -fli.'froni COI-DUS Christi down the In- First fishing begins at 7 a. TO..] 0 ' " " « 1 9 " traco-"5'tal Canal stopping over- Thursday, -with boats returning- a t ) o 1 21 W3! night" at Port Mansfield Tuesday,',7 p. m. A reception is scheduled a f j 'accordinar to present plans. ; S p. m Dividend on Co rrently' Expiring Ay to Policies an, !. Y r. Tie. ... O IP l ! PB SO W . . I B 75 75 M , 1? 1"T Tin (V( . ?"* f^ 1 lOfi 3S "1 TO ' 51 Hoe Bklvn 22 l"fi l£f. «2 "0 IS I -, T:^;,.),,' \:--,. Srancs, Bkiyc. 23 109 ' 96 41 61 B 2 ' » - . - i t ' ' v" ' v Jjagllft, N.Y 26 1S3 15» 53 Si 15 4 i rr--rri;io '"iV»s!j KewcombE. Bklya. ..24 1S1 33T S2 305 15 4 JTVII..OH '- · i-Bonafd. Cftu 2S 55 -1211 19 in 3 !/·,,-,.;·;_ ,, e ^rectiefec, SLL. .....IS a* Si? 36 3^ S " L ^·^r'ri.i PJA K n a B B r D . ' 2 9 - S B . K 3 S M W 4 i w e T p * ^ % ' HearB.K.V 22 123 IB « 35 10 S! c-,.sV n ..,.^' E ··rhtirch.-Wiim. "."-... 23 16U 160 5S «3 It Cl^irtbs. Bo/ PreislK^StJ- ;.......15 SB S5 20 SS 7 "SJ.-n.^wr r 1 --" Werle. Pitts,".....,..W SS 1!3 3:! 35 5 3 i r» r nw!t!tl " · Nichols. Bos.:... 2C 62 6358 22 ' 3 i"o"«ui!cr W'n Hmith. Cin. ..... : 3S 55 3S 34 SJ 5 Si «'"».i-(ni" J!«!»«S, Phlta. 2T 1SS 577 M 6S 1.1 ,;.I8 IS* 177 35 94 !·! P i »i\rn»» -fifm -,.3S I'I B! -3 H « 4 i «iivn-rn- " ,. 8 . 3 5 47 IS 51 I! :|^w-^-^b"" .,, ..2115213S71 7 2 ) 1 S! nnrijii TH, . .26 1Si 3f)2 45 -17,12 P ! ' -mnr.' r~:,' " ..2 177 187 SI 6!. 13 10 j «,.-,.,,ti P'!i! " 3110S 120 -i"i S "n f f l V v n n "c'"' ' ' ,,,.. *'."..".'... 11T 1CT SO 9 3 M !! T-Wc« l \ l ' " creer. On. .77'ISS.IM 23 49 it H i rain. Chi-De 1 ' BOS. ....... 22 ISO 149 47 5S S 8 | "otwvin r^".. Fox. Cln .: 25 «S 149 42 · 33 « fi; t-v-^.n.. K, t v KitpWm. cw 20 -n »:«.?» j 4|Vfw^»uM.r. Ti.- M*yMTjphi^'::;-;:;i5J57j|-s| « R 5 ;!^^:?;:- - ...25 K rs , 4? 1-H I" 5 : II! 331 132 tn is 4fi 4'T 10 . n ,; 04 im ?.( .SO 7 4 M SC 1] IP r.o 07 j;j "d "-, 15' I'M B1 tn 1 ; " 1 Tt ,'"|i. X.Y.-'7 W "T .", Spencer, N.y. Wilson. Bos. .. BlcKforfl. Bos.. Stales-'. St-L. .. Wcfcson, Pitt*, F.rsklne, Bkljn. ""!. 5) 11,1 ir-S 51 ·..i -,,, ,..n ,7 -' I'JO in K; i« ui ,,', ,, -*5 ^ff r '5 1( J! -i4 11 Hiller. tfii. I..-. 1911S13S25 35 0 D i t» Vf ^ rrleBa, P tt«: 25 9S1153T .'.'7 J 6 ' ·,Vnks. SfcU-PittS. ...3S M 0 4 1 3 =3 2 3 Ko»!o. N.Y. 2S 9*30032 41 5 8 J-snltr. St.I,. ..2" 81 «1 =T /? S Tnlica, BKlyn. T'ohOlSttv St.L . (^lIMtt. PlliS. MCmer, Chi Konatsnty, rtilis Killli. BOH J..-)»n. Chi Jnn*». N.T ·/vJVilm*, Plus. rv-iy»r. " ". .".'.".".. I ! .'is AS ai o 3 6 15 ·» 6 14 14 2 4 2.1 119 127 4S 0 -« S .» 37 :T (V! . 21 1?^ 1J5 43 .:; si; n:t 2S »».·*-.!». I Wnsh. -11 UCVi VUIIC. ^w H w ^,w*.^ j.-*---^^-. , - i , , Lee Wilson Harlingen chairman; The Friday program includes] nf the executive committee, said fishing: all day a««i a ty-asnest at; i-''the lournamont this year should;7:30 p. m. Saturday, fishinj: i s j I'lttr-tct 175 to 200 entries. Alreaily,scheduled nil day JUKI a barbecue! 4 L,' ------ ;at night. i ? - . ·»-!. -| i The Sundviy program includes a! 5 'Doil°'JclS 111 rill31 iValley-wde fish fry at City Hall! £; 'Pirni'c Grounds at noo-i, with alii ? j T -« T 1 ' catchesuof the tournament on din-! 5 Ol JlllllOr JLOUrilCY'pfciy. Priws and trophies will b o j · . " l awarded at ceremonies at 2;30i' '· ICAL4WAZOO, Mich.. Allj;. 4.1 p. m. i i ,· .\pi--Top Seeded Jon Douglas, o f j Jlore than Sl,SOO worth of prizes, i Santa. Monica. Calif,, moved into i including S350 in table silver, isj ., the .final round of the boy's division | allocated to the tournament .wn-j 5:of the National Junior and Boy's j^ rs ' ^ tfe ° n i sa _-____._ | SsTcnnis Tournament today with a ' J ^!6-S. 7-5 semi-final win over Jeffrey i H Arnold of Coral Gables, Fla. J 5; Gerald Hoss, Mia.mi Beach, Fla.., '" visecond-seeded player, qualified ns 5 s j Douglas' opponent in the finals " ~ ~ 6-0. 6-S win over Franklin * Wh«H ,You Have A Truck Down · When You Need An Extra Truck s R I Johnson oi San Diego. Caijf. !fl 4 Hnrrls. W^s^, ., P'ltoHe, St. T..... "'(··jniir. «!. L. TTurt.ion. W)i.sii. '.' Trp^it. T-t .. :s 5"i !'· ?»t ...17 77 7!S IS ~!) 3 .. ir. ?fi ni xn ti 4 ..."1 M "i! ?!) S3 4 ... J? 107 1"2 77 ·( S s s S ^ !"J 1"4 ,1? Hijcurr. R!. T,. 10 1 nr.ti nw . 1S . .10 7.H 7S SS M. 2 fi ,JS "t 7 2 2 7 SO J 7 It « « » 24 1 4 .Ifi « « M S 1 4 . 14 Ifi -!'i M 11 1 4 .33 7S SS 4 43 1 ."' s.inrnr-1. N.Y. \V.%«!i.l. «4 J ^ r f l v T»"' . , ·'n 1TM ' I nr i i«:!i 1 phi' -HP ·! '", PoTM'in ftin 71 (5.1 'i,.,, Wllr , «.·(. j,,v ,.; T, «!uf.hi?rkl. ' f't. T*"'!'. .M Mi 5.1 17 M ;i :T A FIRESTONE !S GUARANTEED FOR LIFE OF YOUR CAR Protects Prevents Rust Firestone Store 501 N. \Vater Phone 4-8241 Everything Furnished' Except The. 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