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Wistful Cops Third Victor For Calumet Curandcro Finishes Third iu S27.000 Washington Race SPORTS: .1. 2, 3. 4 CLASSIFIED: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 CORPUS CHR1STI, TEXAS. SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 1951 SECTION D FINISH OF THE WHITNEY--One Hitter, with Ted Atkinson aboard, flashes across the line at Saratoga yesterday to win the 24th running of the Whitney Stakes. Trailing the Greentree Stables horse in Cochise, winner of the recent $100,000 Arlington Handicap. Just two races earlier, Atkinson narrowly escaped serious injury when one of his mounts bolted with him at the starting gate and jumped the infield fence. (AP Wirephoto). CHICAGO, Aug. 11. (APj--Cal- umet Farm's five-year-old mare. 'Wistful, today duplicated the feat ! of her two siableisiutcs in winning the $27.600 Whirlaway Stakes at Washington Park. In keeping the triumph within the Calumet family, Wistful joined Armed, winner of tho event ir. iy4'J-'4T, and Coaliown. which won in 1949. Terlfic Finish In a furious finish. Wistful, strongly riWen by Jockey Brooks, won by three a length over Oil Ca lavorite with the crowd of 23.327. King Ranch's Curandero. winner of the race last year, finished third, c. nose back of Oil Capitol. Volcanic was fourth, and then Demaret Widens Tarn Lead to Three Strokes Rote, White "K'nTon All Sto r quarters of 1 f JO r\ll"lkjlal pitol, a 2-1; | Hacfner Follows Texan Final Round Begins U. S. Netters Go Into Davis Cup Semifinal MONTREAL, Aug. 11. ( A P ) ) -- | into quite lather os Rochon. a America's new Davis Cup doubles i left-handed little French-Canadian combination of Tony Trabert and i from Vancouver, stood up man- Budge Patty made a slam-bun^: j fully against the Americana, debut today with a fi-4, 0-3, G-21 B "ut there never was a doubt demolition of Canada's Brendan! of lhe outcomo . Macken, who used Macken. and Herrri Rochon t h a t j t o play on the William and Mary clinched the North American Zone I College team, didn't have a strong title for Uncle Sam. enough service to keep Trabert The victory assured the U. S. ! a n d p ;(t '.y ou t O f his hair. The team a trip to Australia next w i n - j u . S. team broke Canada's service ter to trv, conclusions with Swed-lonly five times, once in the corn- en m the inter-zone finals. Iparatively close opening- set and! For the second day the crowd i twice each in the next two. Those at the Mount Roynl Tennis Club!were the only breaks of the game, saw its champions' hopelessly!but they we're sufficient. j r o u t e d as the '.wo Americans, i l j t i r h a n ' Wouldn't Quit I meshing 1 their powerful Rimes as! Rochon. a fiery litile sniy loaded j though they had been playing to-jwi'-h color, never submitted. He! pether for years, ran the score in!won his serve seven straight times the series to 3-0 and took all t h e ; and still was in there giving the fun out of tomorrows concluding; partisan crowd a run for"its money singles matches. j w h e n the curtain went down. Hcu, Dldp't Lose A Pet j p u t on quite an exhibition, partic-f Capt. Frank Shields' hopefuls; ularly at the net arrd it might a t ' didn't lose a set in the two days, j least have been nn interesting Trabert, the individual hero of th" | afternoon if Macken had given him rout, crushed Lome Ma'.n in yes-(better support. OILERS OPEN NATIONAL PLAY ON SATURDAY WICHITA, Kan., Aug. 11. (AP)--Two service teams --Camp Campbell's llth Airborne Division Angels of Kentucky and the U. S. Marine Corps champions--will open the 17th annual National Scmpro Baseball Tournament here next Friday night. The National Baseball Congress said the game--at 7 p. m. (CST)--will precede a "9:30 p. in. first-rounder between the Wichita Boeing Bombers, Kansas champions, and a still unnamed opponent. The Marine Corps representative will be the w i n n e r of the current series in North Carolina between Camp Pendleton, Calif., and Camp Lejeune, N. C. A nationwide radio chain (Liberty) will broadcast the opening- game, the congress said. Between games 89-year-old Connie Mad: will receive a plaque from the congress, in recognition of his b'O years of service to baseball. The Fort Wayne, Ind., Capelmrts are defending champions of the semipros. The congress today certified the Sinton Plymouth Oilers as tho Texas representative. Sinton, d o w n i n g Brooke Army Medical Center of San Antonio in a playoff of divisional Texas champions, will play its first game here next Saturday, in a card of five games. followed Lithe. Rune. .Mr. Fox and! CHICAGO Au«- I I .APi-..F l v l Satn E. Wilson, Jr.'*.. H-,!iU'itn.ims : . ... ,. , . . , .' , ,. . . , ,, - , . i .-,,,,,·],, ,, .... j f ,- ''all s first bis k i r K u t t ! i.'^l I'wnis Lonjr'eat and fcpur On were scratched. ; IWX * Friday n i g h t . Wistful was a bit sore in her: The inaugural \v:il pit . t h e glarim": mu:u::-. \vrou;!! a six-uniirr-par P right ankk- before being saddled, boys of the College All-Situs, Kyle i for a three-quarter total of 20: an- tho awesome power and finesse of j CHICAGO, Aug. 11. (API--Pace-! it was Hogan who proved more I setting J i m m y Ueinaret, rainbow--affected by the pressure of trying ihueii ikiLif of the fairways, today: to catch the already finished Heaf- ; ignored the pressure of matching j ne r. Little Ben shot 36-S4--70, his : strokes w i t h U. S. Open Champion ; poorest round after 6S-69. Ho^an and whirled to a three- 1 Heafner, playing before a sparse :--roke lead «t hti oi-hfle mark of-; gallery, had a scrambling round, ,:h, sr.i.i.OOO "World" soli meet. | including 1 eight birds and four one- D o i u a r e t . who sent a 190-yard.: over pars as h« wrapped up 34-34. ! t)i!vi--iron isV.i-'t set-earning from the j Notched at 20$. six strokes bei wish into the fourth cup tor his i hind Demavet. were Pete Cooper, thin! ojiglc in three brilliant i Lawsnn Little and Bob Hamilton. Huddled at 209 were four players'. in the paddock. Trainer J i m m y ] p, no Jones worked on her fhv minutes and the mare ihon w a l k e d ,.iiti t l 1 0 a «'^me pow of her soroni ss. ' t h e Cleveland l-irovi-ns, i Tli,- Whit-lawny was Wistful's' The All-Stars. (iO oolo:;v ·third victory in 11 start.-: this sea-' o f m -, lf w i l l ( , ollid ,. wi!h ( h son. and the race was worth 518,575 Tack Burke. Cary MiddlecofP, Ed Wlu-'rr W h i t e 'fainst · ""·"' lmt ' er s t a n d a r d for the distance, i Furpol and Johnny Palmer. Matched Nelson's Re'iinl ! Last's World winner, ~3enrv j t o Calumet Farm. She won Uvo stakes in Kentucky b,sl spring, lights of Chicago's The "0; count for m a t c h e d Tam'ji .v.-holo competitive m n r k set by Byron Nelson in r.'-tr-. when Xr!sin esta' li.--.liMl M 5-1 holes' ^- nnsom ' t a r outdistance with In 'he concurrent Sfi.OOO women's "World," Betsy Rawls. Austin, The Whirlaway was her t h i r d 1951 b start in Chicago. j. The C a l u m e t m a r ? , thin! c'noii Soldier Fieki fore upwards, of fif'.OOO gridiron :is. The Browns, who have lost course TMiole re-cord of 2C;, nine- ''oj-.timied tn show her heels to De- 'een under par. ; 1'i'm'injr Champion Babe Zaharias. That put the 41-year-old O j n i . i , , , ,-, , ,, · , , , l '' but six ranu-s in f i v i 1 ! behiii-.! Oi! ( . a i M t n ! am 1 ! :!i,- :.-\var- seasons, dotl'i'lcs w i l l C a l i f . , d a n d y thnv strokes a h e a d ' of dogged Clayton H e a f n e r , t h e . t i e - w i n n i n g · h u l k i n g pro from Charlotte. N'. C.. be cstiib- "'hose second s t r a i g h t US gave him Ruhe. paid .«9.C0. S. r ,00 and S: Oil Capitol posted prices of $t.0u lished as solid favorites in the and $3.20, Caramicro's stiovv pnci, 1 annual All-Star battle. ^1^:!. ( ':.__ ..._| In U* past tho j n i n e , iost six uiul tied two. Mow-, \vero llogau, Lloyd M u n g n i m . Sam ; ' u n d the new PLZZLED \ ever, the collegiaii.-i have won three j Siip.-id, and South Africa's Bobby isettcr. I^ocke. Miss P.awls fired a third-round 76 for a r!-lo!o nsrgrognte of 223, five under women's par and two strokes ahead of Mrs. ?.nharias ·ind P a t t y F;rf. tied at 225. ,, J.o.-ke f,ea,K Alli(-s ~ ' ' · Xonrmn Yon Nida of Sydney, Bracketed five strokes behind I Australia, who was the halfway nemaret in !!ie l-.l-nlayer - - c i a n i b V ' l e a d e r unions the ten foivlgn en- huve won f 0! - golfs, biggest mp prize. SlC.ruK). ;;,·),,,-. ; , t M l , ' f e l l four strokes be- international pace- with a 70 for 211. war, terday's operrer, and Dick Savitt Trabert and Patty, using their took care of Macken. To t h i s superior height to fullest ath-ant- point. in sweeping the boards on iage, did lieir principal execution this continent, the Americans have at the net. They never missed an won 13 straight matches agains'iopportunity to move in arrd slam Japan, Mexico and Canada. [the ball away. . The story of today's clincher was House Lets Baseball Go Until Fa day's; Also bracketed at 21! was Walt i n u r k e m n , FrruiW'n. Mich., pro. -| quickly told. Patty and his 20-year- old partner from Cincinnati were j heavy too tall. too. quick and too heavily The muscled for -the Canadian There were many nice, the crowd at time? Trabert's Serve Too Hot Trabert's service was much too for the natives to handle. f. City Net Tourney WASHINGTON, Aug. 11. ( A P I -- i Lawmaker;; who have been learning about baseball as it is played ·.,,,,,., v . |n ,,. i n ,, ;) , : , m ,. Sin the front, sull don't know j ' | , o(o1 h:ls b ( , r n '. ht . ,,, nv ,,,.i 10 ,,^ what ough'. to be ilonv about ex- ruml ,,,. ,,f (wo-a-day p r a e t i v e se.s- emjiting the game from a n t i t r u s t ; s i o n s ,;,, ( n c enlieiMans i r a n i i i i g kiws. U-amp al Delaiield, Wis. W h i t e has Thry'\-e lu-ard from baseball's, 1)( , cn , ho jar-k-rahbi! who romps bigwigs, past and present, f r o m ' a r o u n d the big men nf the g r i d i r o n , old-time players, from one bush-1 }5,,h Williams, Notre Dame's lai- leaguer and otlior spokesmen f o r l e n t e d T - q u a r t e r b a c k of 'J!i. r ifl, will the minor leagues. ! leai' the All-Stars as field general. They've been told that the r e - I passer and kicker. Don D u f e k . serve clause in players' contracts j Michigan's s t r o n g plunging lull- is likely to bo in conflict with t h e ! b a c k , rounds out the tentative first laws t h a t provide curbs against j string backfield. monopoly-and that it is t h e : I'' 1 """ Browns' Passes gadget that keeps the sport going. l o t ' the lv;( f i v e , the Ail-Stars a ! Locke, whose I year ago d e f e a t i n g tho P h i l a d e l - : best round. j p h i a Kagles, 17-7. | Dcmaret. the "ti-hoie leader at \nlh a third-round CO, I Jtote iMirnishes Power jl" 1 ' 1 and, a co-leader of the first j Frank Ptr.innhnn, All-American I This, t i m e the Ail-Star hopes cell- : round w i t h a f7, was t",)med w i t h ' n n i a t e u r charniiion from Toledo, j ter around Hole, t i n - dashing South- ;Hogan in t h e last twosome off t h e . ' ^ h i o . m a i n t a i n e d his spot ahead i era .Metimdist h a l f b a c k , who t o °- im" the World's ten simon.pures ! weii-hs a solui i:oi) jioimds. and Hogan Does the Wilting i w i l l i n 7t for a 5-t-hole count o{ ! While, the w r a i t h - l i k e runner f r o m ! f"st".Tl of w i l d i n g , as sonw sus-^n. i Arizona State, who never weighed-pecl-.-d he might, jilaying along j Locke, who · stumbled around as much as ir.o. W h i t e led the;"' 1 " 1 """ winner of three of t h e j T ; i n i unimpressively in last week- n a t i o n in rushing last, f a l l , gaining i 1:lst Io1 "' ''· s - Open titles, De-. end's A i l - A m e r i c a n 'for a 27th-plse« rn.ire! boldly stroked 32-"-J ovc-r;L'90, took 71-72 into today's third Tarn's, par SC-"G--72. 0-915 rolling-round in which his putter'suddenly acres. 'r.-tught fire, Senators Rip Boston For Easy 7-1 Victory That is the clause in player corr- tracts which says a player be- j longs to the club that signs him first and other teams will have to! The City T e n n i s Tournament i teamed to win their title over J e a n ' k e e p "hands off." winds up at South Bluff Park today ^Lipscombe and Doris Casey, 6-2. !.-M«o the Farm System in a blaze of talent, with some of 6-1. the best matches of the summer i The, lawmakers got a picture ofijj.-.'nle" Lavelii. ]n other semifinal matches ye,s-| !hp major lea/rues' use of minor j H i o k m a n has been workin. BOSTON, Aug. li. (API-The'After McCormlek's double and a Washington Senators combined a .bunt .single by Vernon, Stobbs gave Head Coach Herman Hickman, ill-hit a t t a c k w i t h Dick Starr's xev-; way to Walt Mastcrson. Sam Mele en-hit pitching to down the Boston!drove MeCormick across as t h o jSnx failed in a double piny at- Eddie Yost blasted his ni p t h ; t e m P 1 ' Mele beating the relay to homer into the left field nets \vith : f i r s t I aerials of Cleveland's Otto Graham. ;two aboard in the fourth to share i Mele's double and Sam Dente'a I whose favorite t a r g e t s are the | j u t t i n g honors \vith Mickey Vernon,! single accounted for the last speedy ends, Mac Speedie. and \ v ho liad four singles ijj five times · Washington tally Jn the seventh off !at bat. ! .\Tasterson. Harry Taylor took over ,. who never saw such bulging inns on the gridiron at Yale, is ; P u d Sox, 7-1, today, ing long hours to pass defense. i M e '.-ears t h e d e a d l y accurate P»-r» Aii-i i A Vj"jT\.Iil c i load for the winning: side, and it is | TM» tch beginning at o p.m. c!ost -'. | erans semi-final singles. Badough i their rules, how they are applied, | Chuck 0 r t m a n n. Michigan, a l j .1110 being takerr for granted that he h0 ' scra P s are sure to develop. | e ij lrn - natcd s _ H _ Lee 6 . 4 0 . 6 6 4 _ l i l o w the majors' regulations mesh!safety. !?«*«,« n,J 14/T J wi11 form half of the American . Draw-mg a. lions share of interest I a n d Welch (;limbed t Uovd g 1 · ' - " JLnter UCieSSa Meet 1 doubles team in the match against m the f! ° ht "Pcommg between De-| s i O R S i 5 . 7 6 . 0 _ 6 . 4 / j Sweden. ' [fending Champion Harold Wesson :Pat Puts OI) Snow M .1 j j, -, iand Bobbv Duncan in. tile finals of wed today, .00, but men - s c i n °-k's : One o£ e bri g' lt: women stars!.! :he American camp seeond" Upset'for Bobbv · i° f the meet g° es back into action j be Tra-i' Vn ,,^^ n ,,», ^f^^^i ,, --,·_ «p|'oday. Pat Perry, who has won to I have \vra',TM''o l :f i u ' r ' ' . ' . : Young Duncan staged a pair B teur teams tee off here Thursu^,- fv , . ,,.,, to battle for a share of the S7.5QO ' s \, bl y offered in the third annual Oaessau. ert s partne ; wshen * e compeb- golf tournament. i !on moves to Australia. Shields. Such professionals as Harry ""·* non-playing- captain, has said i ^ i^ns'f'then Vestoday"'fought! ^ h m - o t h . e ? \i-ADlr +ho.»- \*n ^rt/i^.;^«l,. . _ . " J a ! I hard. Went to Work Early .vith those governing the minors.! Outstanding linebackers in the; Washington started right in on All in all, in the words of Chair-1 three weeks' training period have; Chuck fetobte the Boston starter j ^ m -,'', man CeUer (D-NY) of the House [been Jake Rowden, Maryland. a i a n d loser as GU Com singled and; ^fu ^ iudiciarv subcommittee on monop- leathery lad of 100 pounds; Jrvln j went o third on f r v Noren s s.ngle | ' i o l v the two week* of hearing iHoldadi of North Carolina, a f a s t j t o right. Coan was out on Ver-t louia week.. 01 neann^s am] nlobile 200 . poundcrj and Frank inon's lap to Walt Dropo, but Noren; BOSTO.V . i finals in every division in which formative." been "interesting and in- Todd, Dallas, Morris Williams,'jr., of Austin and Midland, Iverson Martin of Fort Worth. Dick Turner, Amarillo, and Ray Hill, Houston, are all strong contenders for tha $1,500 top money for the pro's. Among the outstanding 1 amateurs already entered are Billy Maxwell and Bob French of Odessa, Don January and Dick Martin of Dallas, Buddy Weaver, Houston, and Jo« Conrad, San Antonio. The committee is in recess unti after the World Series- I C U l l DCV.U11U AliU V V C a a U i l ±ll£3i,. I J T,, . . W e s s o n yesterdav eliminated i do " ble . s c »anipionship _ match. * . * i A r ft Y\ Tn e-l^J 1 * ^tmiv. 4-..1»^.. here this week plans to tak As tomorrow 1 merely for was granted permission by the Canadians to change his line-up| fourth-seeded "Royce fate, 6-4, 6-1, - ·*· . ' m : s:e aam takes the v ^ v ^j.t^..^^ . U I J -mix- uj^ i tVUJ, W L - O C C U C U i».U Y\xL7 J d L C , U-T,, U'0. s ,, _ ,, t J tT. ·· - j and get-a look at Art Larsen and and Duncan rammed past Ligon, cou «. tms.time paired with Harris Patty in .singles. Larsen. the cur-! 3-6, 1-6, 6-2. j against Ligon and Mrs. Morton in rent American champion f r o m j Another victory yesterday which e mixcd dou TM es finale. San Leandro, Calif., will p l a y Rochon in one ma'ch arrd Patty will engage Main in the other. Dodgers Split But Widen fell into the upset class was the 6 4, 6-4 triumph of Albert Merrill over Charles Workman in semifinals of junior boys singles. Merrill today goes against Tommy McCampbell for the division championship. Two Titles Yesterday Two titles were determined yes- BROOKLYN, Aug. 11. (AP)--! single to Bob Elliott to set the The Brooklyn Dodgers stretched | stage for Gordon's 22nd homer. their National League lead to 13j surkont went all the way 'for games today as they split a dou-! t he Braves and allowed nine hits, bleheader with the Boston Braves, winning the opener, 8-1, but losing the nightcap, 8-4, including home runs by Snider and Andy Pafko. Pee Wee Reese of the Dodgers hit safely in e a c h ITBST «AME . Big Ralph Branca turned in his | game to stretch his hitting streak tenth victory in the opener. Bran-j to 21 consecutive games. ca allowed only six hits and fanned ten in besting Lefty Warren Spain. Sid Gordon homered in the second inning for the lone Boston run. Duke Snider launched the Dodg- AB R H O A BOSTON Slstj 2k Jethroe c£ .........."."...".".'.'...4 Toraeson Ib 4 Elliott 3 b 4 O i l Gordon If i....3 1 1 1 Marshall it - . . o 2 5 0 0 1 0 0 3 terday junior girls singles and women's doubles. Pat Perry captured her division championship with a 6-0, 6-1 victory over Valerie 1 4 p Barnes in junior girls singles and! " M o r t o n p.m. Harol doubles. players now busy trying for Series gold, some of the men who "jumped" i n t o the Mexican League in 1948 and landed on baseball's suspended list for a while, sports w r i t e r s , and possibly bleacherites. Some members of tho committee have indicated a distaste for the language of the bills presently under consideration. They don't like the idea of giving exemptions from monopoly laws to all "organized professional sports." workman-Tomray McCamp-[ And they have shown an interest rt MerrlM-Dall Coiner. Junior| t a .. pin .p 0inting .. the ba ,, eball TODAY'S PAIRINGS (All Finals) 8:30 a.m.---Weldon Welch vs George Ba- dougb, veterans singles 10 a.m.--Harold. Wesson vg Bobby Duncan men's singles. 10 a.m.--Pat Perry-Sally Graf vs Sharlene Goltzman-Bootsie Workman, junior girls doubles. 2 p.m.--Edith Morton vs Pat P a r r y , women's singles. 2 p.m.--Tommy JlcCampbeil vs Albert i-errill,_ junior boys sinaies. 3 p.m.-- John Eeckraan-Sylvan Wolfson vs ld Y. : esson-Bob L o v e l a c e , men's p 0 __., a p.m.---u. LiKun-Edith Morton v s Bill i emptlOn. rerry Harris-Pat Perry, mixed doubles. I ---- _ ,, . 2 0 0 er attack with a two-run homer i n i c % p '........ o o o o the first inning, his asm of the Pam? p . s . ::::::::::::::."o o o o o S t . Claire o 4 0 - 2 4 2 . 4 0 0 3 4 season. The Dodgers picked up single" runs in the fourth and fifth innings and salted the game away with three runs in the sixth on singles by Gil Hodges, Wayne Terwilliger, Branca and Carl Furillo. The nightcap was a tight battle until the ninth when Gordon socked a two-out, three-run homer off relief pitcher Clem L a b i n e to clinch the game. Brooklyn rallied in the last of the ninth, scoring once and loading the oases with two out but Max Surkont fanned Gil Hodges to end the game. It was the "third time Hodges struck out in the game. Lefty Johnny Sehmitz, Spahn p EstocK Addis rf Totnls 3-1 1 6 2 4 9| a--Struck out for Cole In 8th. 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 n o 2 0 0 2 0 BROOKLYN Furlllo rf 5 1 AB R H O A 1 01 Reese ss 4 1 ] 2 3 Snider cf -1 1 1 1 0 Pafko If 3 0 0 1 0 Thompson If Hotlgoa Ib 3 fox 31 4 0 TcnvUllper Ib 3 2 3. ' " " 1 1 0 3 10 0 1 2 7 (I 0 1 1 0 Br;mca p Totals Boston ...4 1 3 0 0 ,. 35 ~S U 27 6 ,mo ono ooo--i . MO 113 on--s F--Torscson, Roost. KllioU. his sixth start for Brooklyn, again failed to last. Sehmitz nursed a 3-2 lead until the sixth inning when the Braves scored three runs to take making I P^T--sniiior 2. Gordon, cm. Reese, F«ri)io .,,.=,, ?.- 2B-C;impanella. 3B-Rcesc. HR-SnWer. command. Johnnv Logan's two-run single was the big blow of the I rally. Lablne retired tho f i r s t two|j^, aton Braves in the. ninth but then walk- ' Rnrdon. SB--.Tflhro*. DP--Lopm and Tor- firfsan; T^rwilllE'T. Reep? /ind HcdKPj: T.pft Bos'on 11. Brooklyn B, BB--Spnhn 1. Pain" 1. Branca S. SO--Spnhn 3, Branca 10. HO-Spnnn 11 In 5 J-3 innlnjrv, Kstock 0 In 1-?.; r,n]f. 1 tn 1: Pnlr.o 2 1n 1. HBP--Prtr.e Northwestern have been waging a daily battle for offensive berths. On defense, Bud Sherrod of Tennessee, Harry Allis of Michigan, Art Felker of Marquette and Henry Minarik of Michigan State lead the parade. Notre Dame's Jerry Groom in slated to start at center. The All- Star linemen are not as big or as experienced as in 1950. They will be outweighed 10 to IS pounds a man by the Browns. Josing four teeth, by Aaron Robinson's throw. Noren left the game and w a s taken to a hospital for further examination as Mike MeCormick replaced him. Vernon then singled MeCormick, who stayed in t h e game, home with a poke to right. Iced It in Fourth Washington put the gam« 'on ice in the, fourth with three runs on a single by Pete Runnels, a walk to Starr and Yost's circuit clout. in addition l o ; i n l!l1 ' 1 e i g h t h and retired the Sena- in the last two A3 II U O A · ··· i i o :i . , 2 i i i u ...·i i i ii -j ...3 2 i 5 0 ...S li 4 D U ...i 1 1 4 U ...4 U 1 1 2 ...4 1 2 4 2 .-.-; u j a u ...3 I 0 u Q . .39 7 1'S 27 ti AB R H O A ...^ 0 ~2 a 0 . . . 4 0 2 5 5 ...5 U 2 1 0 . . . · I 1 1 t 2 ...3 0 0 2 3 ...3 II U .S 2 ..." 0 0 U I ..A 0 0 7 0 ...] U 0 U U . ..1 0 0 U 0 , ..1 0 U U 0 · -·I 0 0 0 1 Tols.l» 31 i J 2 7 1 4 a--Called out on airtksj lor Msstersoa in 7th Washington m 3^0 100--T Boston 000 001 000--1 S--Dioyo. Peaky. KBI--Vernon, Tost 3, Mele, Dents, Vollmer. 2B--Peaky, McCori m.lck, ' DlMaggio, SB -- Norn. stepcens. Mele. HR-.DJ?--Goodman. Peakjr and Dropo 2. Left--Washington 8, Boston 12. BB--Stobbs 1. JIasterson 2, Starr 6. SO--Stobbs 3, Ma.atersou 1, Taylor 1, Starr 3. HO--Stobbs 7 in 4 inaiaea (faced 2 batters !a 5th): Mssterson 5 in 3; Taylor 1 in 2 Winner--Starr (3-8). Loser--Stobbs fS-5). U--Grieve, Stevens, Summers and Duffy. T--2:29. A--12,254. ed Earl Torgeson and gave up a Second Onmn ................. 101 003 0(3-- R B r o o k l y n .......... 051 (WO 001 -- Surkont. and Muclior; Sctirr.iu, iV (.« Lsbtno (R) ana Walker, Campmic\l« (9), f 1 SEMIFINAL CASUALTIES--D. Ligon (loft), second-seeded in men's singles play in the City Tennis Tournament, and fourth-seeded Royce Tate both lost semifinal matches yesterday at South Bluff Park. Ligon was the second seeded player to fall before Bobby Duncan in the day's top upset, while Defending Champion Harold Wesson breezed past Tate. This morning at 10 o'clock, Wesson goes after his second straight title against Duncan. PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 11. (AP) j The first nine Innings developedjof tlia management-- and 1,811 The New York Yankees, always! into a pitchers battle between I ladies. tough when the pressure is great, i Philadelphia's Dick Fowler a n d j However, Berra sent the shouting called on another old pro today for Reynolds. Fowler, the slow-balling j kida and shrieking ladies hom« a clutch hit and Yogi Berra de-jrighthander, was staked to a two;late and unhappy. Hira-^rtri uritVi o tt\m.r5irt «!ino-]p in I run er]p"e in ill** fourth nn t h e first I levered single in i run » .....;:.:s i * s i ....5 0 2 4 0 . 6 0 0 4 0 .2 0 0 3 Q .1 1 0 2 0, ,1 0 0 0 fi 1 0 0 2 0 5 0 1 5 0 1 2 5 U the llth inning to give the Bronx i of Zernial's three singles, a walk iicpougaia » 5 ff® "$ Bombers a 7-4 victory over the j to Hank Majeski, Pete Suder's run- |TMTM c? " Philadelphia Athletics. j scoring one baser and an infieldi uiitagRto cf It took three hours and 14 niin-joul. ' conins 1 it ' lilac ior the Yanks to turn back; Fowler couldn't stand prosperity;a--cc' vlb the stubborn seventh-place Athlet-jand in the fifth, a. walk to Hank | vvoodiing it ics in a game ot humpback hits'Saner. Kizxuto's first of three hit.- ' TL r ''' and ~ " " over, ing nolds, the while seven-lime winner Alex KeH- on Bauer's hit to center. j y u io rt , . ner dropped his nth of the y e a r . j Zerni.'i) drove home his SSth run!^;|^ V f :::[;"'.'.'.::'.:'."'.:* 1 3 3 . also in a relief chore. iof the year to tie tho score in Uic j Maj.-sui r.s 3 i o o s Kellncr ran into di.snslor at theiscventh. He'pushed across Elmer|..;,,',""?";., ...';:"":";;;;";: 4 U start of the llth when Phi! Hiw.uto i Valo, who was safe on a fielder's j ]^.TM, c .··* g » a t' hit a Texas League double t h a t ^ choice and advanced to second j i.~MO'SCS ".'!!!!"!"!i;!'.;;!;'i o b o n Ici'tfielder Gus Zernial missed a! when second basemnn McDougaldi Kcllt ' lr p -^ _^ _£ _0 i shoestrinsr catch on. Kuzava tried Uhrew wild trying for a double j Tot.iu ,-. 43 « s 33 3 , , , °, . f ., , . e . i, ..i... ' ! -- t i l e d out for Fowler In 9th to hunt, but failed and finally : play, . j struck out. i The Yanks again went ahead in i NPSI Vork coo 021 001 Gil McDmijjald walked and Bob-;the top of the ninth as Brown to center. A third run scored on,hfimor high on the roof in left i. NO.-noynoiiiit s." KUZAV.). i, KawuVi, tho hit when centovfioldcr Have; field and the Runic wont into extra j ^i'" '\) in~^7 n Ki'w-a n fl'iS ln 2 nlt !S' Philloy threw wild over cat^er!innings, much Io the delight o f j K o i i n o r ,1 in 2.' Wmnor--Knwv* "(s-5! Jos Tipton's head. |'1.072 paid fans, 7,000 kila-giicsts|if^S:" ft i;I 4( .ii l) A^5«L flK " ll * y * * r '

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