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2-D Corpus Christi CALLER-TIMES, Sun., Aug. 12, 1951 Apaches Edge Aces In 10 Innings, 4-3 Lanier Sets Ciiiey Down On Two Hits I ST. LOUIS, Aug. 11. (API-- Max | Lanier pitched one of the best. LAREDO.Aug.il. (AP)-~Lsred'J: Dic-k Midkiff, suffering from a, of a Iwo-gaiKe series tonight, 5-3,!Sf'W« of his long- career by hurl- Apache right fielder Walter Gra-: stomach ailment, sUuttU lor. \vith Kamon Saigatio ;k-kii!K' «p ; in .? the st - f-oujs CardiJiaLs to a j ham singled in the run that edged i Browjwville but, was r«li«ved a l i h i s 17th victory of the Gulf Coast i two-hit, 2-0 shutout over the Cin-i the league-leading Corpus Christi it he fifth by Jim Logan who went 'Li-ague season" ci.'inati JVsUs tonight. The Tesans took the It-ad in t h e ' A P a i r ugnt. ; \\hc-n LOKHM came in the score: . s( .,, om i ,,,, Doubles by Shorty Shroe-' ^'"-·'Z^wsKi were aches blasted 17 hits o f f ; w a s Lied l'-2. ; d! , r UI!c! ji osv urd Visin-r Jn" Uic sc-| L u R ! C r - who faf;c s:eK. Ray Sims and Joe, cham i i u i n n s MIM-.- by Ak'.v cond itinins. 1 hough, the- C:ips went]~ U l e m! - nu:umi Jose Ucndan was touchediconzaleis in the .seco;:d with n o m - i i n trout i'-l, when Bruce War'.- un-! Ths Rcd » «?-d of. s i n g l e s by Ted were the only hits off, faced only 27 batters, three per inning only three base Aces 4-3 in 10 thrilled-packed in-ion to post );·.-; lOtri v.-.n of the year.! Kings tonight. " ; When Lo^ri cam* in the The Apacl Don HensieK Berry as Jose lor 10 Aces bingles ! o l l i Bo | } ].j, H ij n £ii.,-ri m the f . f t h w i t h loaded an j'wMe-the-park h o m e! runnM ' s The Apaches scored one run in'one un and -Stan ColeU jn the f i f t h run to di ive in B«mey White, who! Joe . Aticf)ck was safe on an error the second inning, then the ACTS'with none on. ihad sinjiU'd. But that "was th'; last! . y . iiliiy · Jt ' 1 -'i J! °n in the second tied up the game in the sixth when: OoleU pa'-.-d an ll-h : t eharro-t' m e thi - Cap* were in front. In ihe ! !mu:i J- but Lamer picked him off * run came in on an error by: u t ta c k with four tor nvc! Apache third baseman George Lopez. i third, two smgk-K. a walk and two!;"'* 1 ; "' U . AQCW * was P ut out in George "cyrona"went "tour lor errors produced two runs for Uie| a ^" nc ° w " m ~ i 3 he first hit off Lamer came in Sehroeder !!) D!Prunk !1 Moyrjr Ib ... Mink ct JlocKenbury sn Jesstn rf ... Trench c ... Hens'.fck i ... a-- Salvatierra Kirns p Barry p ·---Struck out fur Jlen*.r;; .5 o .0 I! .·i i i u " U 0 I five for tin- Spa Hawks and my.de ; TcX:m5 p 'uvo great pl«y.s as he twice threw \ TKXAX j: players out ai home. j i-»u.'u.'n .j'i !' t »KT AKTm:i: Ac! R H O A | J; j]y!: ! "'( j U i o third when Kluszewski singled ; r: , M :;' * i t o center. The basc-s were cleared! ,', '.; ,,7 j f j w h e n Willnrd Rarnsciell bounced! ' - u v i into a double play. J '-; " " I Khi.szewski singlet! again in the 1 " j s i x t l i . and wont to second when i W a l l y Wcstlalse fumbled th e ball I for an error. Again Rams-Jcil hit into ,·(. double play. Lrinier, whi.i walked j s t i u c k none . , . . Ccntlan | Totals Cnipu.1 C!tr!.-!, o . . , i i i s ...·: " :; i·'. . . . i i 'i :i ,..~ u i (i ... i u I u . .HI 4 17 IMI nili H- - ; ! ^ U'.Jl Oil) ] - - ' i ; i 1."! SB Orriham J'.-trtlU'-. Uit!.-j.:: Scbrwdvr. lli.i'ki-m/ut'.. I'ardUP, oIV-MtMrt. I l l : .- VaruN. S -- C l H l l . ' i r t r r n ! ' t ' i «0--Hi:ii.«!i-k ).:: i n ' s HIM! IVim- l. NO-"!Ifn4!i-li :. s 1-3; Barry 2 Iti I '.'-a I/iaci and J'linluc: L n i l n n i i ! ( i u i j sTrong."' 0 TJ ;;·!«;' 'A'-;!«'"" Charros 8, Hawks 1 BROWNSVILLE, Aug. 11. ( A P ) j TCXUILS W i l l , f-3 -- Brownsville used three home; GAKVKSTON Au- I I M nms and two Port Arthur errors to |The Texas C.'itv Texan : 'bea'i pick up an 8-4 win tonight. iOalve.ston W h i t e Cap* in tin- one. also startc'd the action t h a t produced] the Cardinal i n n s for the cluh'.s 'h:r'i straight victory over the ' ' . " ; Tin- Cardinals b-ron.-d twice in · - 7 TUlie s i x t h on three hils. Lanier ,,.. .,Jsin;;li-(j a n d Solly Hetntis Uu'n iu-i-;.;l-'Ui:ied siiiely. When Ted Kluszew- ,,,,, j s l t i I'e'.l i!o\vn ;au! Ihrt-w p;jst first :^.:,.ibas e for an error, both" runners ('aps Vv in 1 'air l i l t ) . n a v l i l . - !) f . K an '.'. SO , Cr, -,-,-!, .Mi.mnr i; n, -i l.iiTl. Wllir.i-'r -.J V P i - a f t e r lKl.vs !'-.'!i! .)f.- A Tin- d ."v-hoendicnsf t h r u drove in l: With :\ ; :in;l ( . : ni;ht, and Stan .Musial v.; ... s purposely d, lleil'.KH .seored mi ;·,, lonjj !.y Nippy Jones to oulfield'-T' Wynn's Homer Beats Chicago ' Cleveland Wins 9th Straight To Stay in Tie With Yanks CLEVELAND, Aug. 11. (AP)--| seven of their huts, in the sevta Pitcher Early Wynn hit a home j innings he worked. Dobsoa had run in the seventh inning tonight j beaten the Indians and ,, V.'y n a for 2 to 1 victory by the Cleve- j twice this season, land Indians over the Chicago j Wynn retired the side in order Whit* Sox, keeping the Tribe in a first place tie with the New York Yankees. It was Wynn's first homer of the season. Cleveland third baseman Al in the first, third, fourth, fifth and eighth. Robinson's round tripper in tha second, his 21st of the season, was followed by a hit batsman-Don Lenhardt but the next three White Sox were downed without trouble. Rosen hit a one-run homer in the! second to tie the score after Eddie | Nelson Fox got a single in the sixth, and in the next inning Robinson beat out a hit to Bobby AviJa. After Lenhardt flied out. Ray Coleman singled, but Jim Busby and Phil Masi were easy outs. Leir- 3 row I hardt's walk in the ninth was the In .11-1. : - Gulf Coast League Onrpua Clirlsli Hilrjlngfln ,,. Bruwuaviltt .. Nuturility'n ....... '...la ' ' ' Aincrican Association tlm-l'.idrH i Hit rlin^en'.s ( ' u p i l o l s i ; t n a Urom the Lake C h a i l i s L:-il.i n ( ! u l f Coast Li-ai;i:c tloubii-ii tnnij-'.h!. w i n n i n g 'lie opener, . a n d t a k i n g t h e f i n a l e , K M . : * K a r l Caldwcll weathered a i 1 f u u i ' l h m n i j i g in the opener : went on to i i a n g Up iii.s 1 7 t h ; i i f Ulf ;ie.-|snn jijj.'iilist' foil I 1 I The Caps, holding a one-run Jead , !'·')'"· · g o i i i f ; into t i l e la;H of the f o u r l l l . j r''i,!'', I pn-.heil over :··',: runs, Jinockiru: out j ?. ! -''. ; ' : ,' |.sl:irier lJol Moyjn in that frciiui 1 . i I'r.-i'iM i l l a r d i e M e t t l e s siarted tile U i U - : i'^'iT. j o r f o u r t h v.-ith a home.- over t h e ! Tii : l e f t tie|:i \v::i! : (.'nn.sei-iitlvi- doiiliie.s ; n--J'J j l i y \ V a l l y C'hiai.'pu-Hii and Alorriion ' KT ( i f e a t l i r e i i the r;iliy. in^,;,, Sin U ' i l l i n m s iiorncrer ol'i' 1'oyin in !!u l f o u r t h Ji.-; i l n r i i n - li p ii:mph u a N Lamer';; sixth! w a v u i K - i i n s i .-i^ht defeats. ! Jii lo.sii;;,- Ks 12th game against; l-ledliinis m .--.(iven hil.s--two of them singles by Lanier, the .soiiih- \i:\\\- v e t - ' f a n who antilher week. "" " AH n n o A TARPON FISHERMEN--Fred Wells of Bellville, 111., stands besides one of the four tarpon he pulled in during the Texas International Fishing Tournament, at Port J;;ubel, Aug. 9-12. This (i-foot/5-incher weighed 98 pounds, considerably smaller t h a n the 6-foot 8-inch specimen weighing 135 pounds which he caught Sat- urdav. Robinson s leading off in the s:\me inning had raised a four-bagger over the right field fence. It was the Tribe's ninth striaght win, and the second in over the Sox. j only remainin? occasion for a Cleveland had to win this · one I chicagoan to reach base, to stay level with the Yanks, who 0 a ie Mitchell singled as the had squeezed out an ll-inning 7- Tribe's first batter, running to IS 4 victory this afternoon over the: t h c number of consecutive game Philadelphia Athletics. |i le has hit safely, but nothing came i A ladies-night crowd of 70,119-- lof it. Dobson scattered the Tribe's paid attendance was 58,040--say! six hits. Two of them came in vVynn handcuff the Sox on four!the third, wherr Wynn opened with hits. He walked only one batter,! a hit, and with two out, Larry after two were out in the ninth, iDoby drove him to second. But and struck out three. big Luke Easter, who hasn't been The mound loser was Joe Dobson, able to get the ball out of the off whom the Indians collected all!infield lately, rolled an easy out -- j to Robinson to end that wears Cinch Houston Teams Sweep YMCA Softball Meet to end that threat. The nine-game winning- streak mstehes the Indians' best effort this year, and Rives the.jn a Eland- ing' of GS games won and 29 lost. C H I C A C O Oi rra.squcl s C-Sti-vv:,rt OP.\tarxlri sa Fox ;b Mirit'i.^i^ yti . Rolnnsuii I b Three Houston teams swept the jj", a "",," Region 3 YMCA soflbail chain- Un_h.-. tl it \"t'.'.'.".'.'.'. pionships at Jaycee Field yester- (:o'l-m"n''''rf ..'.'.'.'.'. clay, winning titles in the junior. | ^'J al j' ct senior and adult divisions. | bn\Koif :·"'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. Park Place Methodist of Houston! A"iomu' r p ..'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.' AB i: H o A ..u u u i i ..] 0 o o u ..» u o a i, ..-i ·) t r, a . .-i o o i i ..j 1 '2 !) u . .o *i » i: ii . i u ii i i) ..'2 u i! e o . .(I (l n 0 0 ..-1 (I 1 2 0 . ,:i n o i i ..:i a ·:) T o . .2 o » n i .. i u o u i) .. o o u o u ..ai i -i :M i'.:r I n r liihiir! »!n .^th out (ar r'.'trrMr:']U;l in ith Lcutllinlt iu Oil] Texas C i t y . . Port Arli«jr . Jjircdo 4. Coriiiui I ' l i r l s t t a Bftiu-HBVIIIl; j,. )··,,.( A r l i l t l r 4 T T .\sa Clly ft. r Harlingen 15-jo, Sunilit,v'« (ianirw Corpua Chrlsti »t Laredo 1:1 J'ort A r t h u r t t l Drawmivillit t i l LttUfl Charles nl H u r l l i i g m r.'j TVxaj City ul Gulvc.siun w Texas League (Include* *salui Houston JJnlins ...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'" Sua Antooiu .,,.,..! Benumont . . . Fort Wurth .'.'.' Shreveixirt ,"..'..''.'.'.'. sntiinlii» Dana* 10. Slirevvpuri .. Fun Wortli li. Bcnuiunnt. J lloaston Okitthcuna - | i v -t Southern Association beat Trinity Baptist of Port A r - j .,.,.,,, ( , s thur, '!-.', for the senior crown"; j a.HnV'inr' | Emmanuel Baptist of Houston sau! j rlorou'lfl'i-'ii | out First Christian of Corpus i d-Kan ta | Christi. 4-0, In adult play, tmdjcr.EVBi.ANn AB n vt o A iShephard Drive Methodist of Hous-ji';!;;;"- 1 . 1 ,,;' : ; || { i; » l Sin j.-l-Ved Wells: Charles Durvia.c'c of Lyford out-1 ton won the junior title with nnini.i.y 7-V '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'A n i ii o 111.. r:ecmim;1y Ls fought a las-pound tarpon for hisJH-7 victory over Calvary Baptist! fio^" : Ji' '"".'".'"".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.?. i i 2 o · - ·- ' o n · u ii n :· 4 PORT : !.5ellevilii(. e ch:';np!on of the Texas I n t e r - . t h i r d consectuivc year of competi-iof Corpus Chsisti. ^ n a t i o n a l l-'iohirii; Tournamerit t h i s . l i o n in t i n - junior division. His! Winners in all divisions are eli-l i i j y e . ' i r . ;ca!ch was taped at six feet, three; S jjle f o r the Southwest Area Tour-j r. Final point totals \vill :iot be/'" 11 ' u nH " mcjio:-. jnamcnt, to be held in Houston Aug. I - ' e o m n l e t e d u n l i l Siaulav moniin.!,"; Siim Cashiola of Houston totalled:IS. ! Wynn p To:al» c -- . clL'i'elnd hul U'eii.s 1 f i u i r t a r j u - n taken (Uir-hOO poiuuis of trout fur his throe- t i n - Uiivc-i.lay meet emlinc; i u ; i y efforts and his fisJiing parUiei :- lW arded *o Trim'tv Baptist in the^ K-Nonr. R M U n - d a y r ut l u m ' n ^ r the top oi;K. R. Crey, also of Houston, wasjs en ' lor ^vision and to Lindnlo B.ip- fltevS his division. Me Kind.cil two silver i just behind him with an S5-poum1 ]tist of Corpus Christi in the adult king SMtiinlay tn close with a r u s h . t o t a l . But Grey had the largest;Division * f:ir ahead "f tlu? class he liinl l e d ' l r o i i l taken during the meet--a! -- '. i-since the f i r s t day. ;four-pounx!er. | Pesliaps someone else may steal i A. E. Kipfcr of Harlingen came! jHllflsll Record Set somu of his thunder, however, U p with the oddily of the tourney, j PANAMA CITY, Panama, Aug. for Archie Causey and l.'oyie \ V r U ^ . ; H e landed un H-pound green jsck 111. (AP)-Frank Baxter of Miami! J r " ' J0l!l Ot i01t 8 ' lbft! ' % v e r C i a rariely in these waters.' Other! claimed a world record today f u r j t . a n i i i firm OnoTM I ".!'.'.!".!'.'.'.".".'.'.'UUP HUD i ox--2 nnr-Iloblnaon. TV.wm. \Vynn. HR- Wynn j ]lO-Dnhsnn n in 7, Alnm'i n in !. H U r - W v n n iIj"nll!iMt) Vt'ln- npr-Wynn i'l'-'-ll) Losfr-Dohson (7-4i 1'- P.onimnl, Huhhant, rapnrella and Napp. T-t.'M. A-5S.040. iiinrgiit from f a r j Gu!-f with a blue! j f l u e in after i; i offshore in the i marlin. Radio-telephone transmis-i . j jsinn was poor and it was uncertain; '.which man hail boated the prize.! 1 the only one of the meet. i tarpon were taken Saturday, as i catching a 147-pound sailfish on s j u e i w o r e many catches of fish in fen- nine-thread line. The previous list-! classifications, and fi nal | ed record for a nine thread line is point-totals will be computed dur-i 143 - E L T S for DRESS, WESTERN, PERSONAL from 1.00 up. M I R E U R LEATHER GOODS 409 MESQUITE Dial 2-0460 Oklahoma City at llouaiuu Tulsa at San Antoniu t o f t VVorUi nt Beaumont i^l Dallas at Shreveport American League Includes Saturday's tiam5 W«w Tcrk '· $ fe P «. Cleveland .,..:,'..'.'.""( % 'fee ~" Boston ... *'"i;'i T-. '?·*" TM"i Chicago .:.:::::::."·· M- {'·! "' Detroit ;;; 5 o -,G waahmRton ^7 ,;,i Philadelphia '.'it «. St. .Louis 3J 74 Salurdnj-'a J( Cleveland 2. CUlctgo 1 ,ew York 7. rhliadyjpl Wasnington 7, liostou l DeUoit 7, St. IAJUIS 4 _ Sunday'* «ani« New york at J'hltedelphla--12.1 .47: 17 .139 21 ^ ^iv* j Tenu 1 ^- Wasmnpton at Bostou-- (2v_Johnsnr! p^andjludaa.^ (3-TJ vs .Wight H-5i ins' tht) nip;ht iir time for awards! .,.. , , . , . '-at the lighthouse here. Sunday after: Three sailnsh also had b c e n i n o c m at 2:30 o - clock K1--.U.SV1LLK (.Spi - t : u r p us '.cheeked in, with another reported-; _-- , _. i j C h r i s t i South District and Laredo'l.v on the v/av in on a boat which " l ! w o n team honors in two divisions ^ d ^^ ^ io '-\ »" *ree das ·Mrs. IL. L). Coward of Refuirio had i i n the Gu!f Coast Council B o y a .^veil-foot W-inch sMil. and Bar = j Scout swimmms and diving meet| K w i ! o{ Mei ,- ce( j ca took a pa j r N -M, - PI · I n 't " P ° "' e B ! l t u r d a y i seven feet, one inch and seven i ^r.:!.! 1 .::":. 1 ?!.':-! afternoon. | , eet ^ h , chcs | The Corpus Christi team won i n : " Heaviest tarpon of the tourna-i S INTON (Sp) --Stolon's state- rsqim-j the scout division, for boys 14 years Iment was taken by a youngster: cham , pl ° n s enu-pro Plymouth Oill ^ - i o f a«e and under with a iota! of j outweighed 42 pounds by his pmejf"" 3 ^°. k .. a P^ctice game from BB-i3(iO points. Laredo took first in;-1 - ·-' -- t h e Cotulla Cubs here Saturday rvt l i R J S n v m 5. (Mi- i. su-i^ym i. '^ i. CM- ; ^p Ex'.lorer class with 200 points l - w r 1 i» 1 n mgnt. ls-2, in a five-hitter hurled ·;:S=«,^^^^ In the Scout division, Laredo| Yoiltlliul StRr ISbeS^ 6 H TM" mSt0n ^ ^ ; Capture 'vSiPractlce Game s-//tf / C2/7/^~/ (^M0x3ff0#zeW' vzz (7 517 CHAPARRAL DIAL 4-8851 i I V - i n . I..:si'r-l!ivui (L'-S). l'-Xajj(ir, Thora-j SKCOM) f f A M K Charles «·! UOfl "-'" · ' · " ( 1 K was second with 170 points: Vic- .'toiia third with 1S5; and r,i.kawa (Sinton) fourth with 1 '· toria was second in the Explorer; 7?TM:! Upsets Cliamp Sxnlorer: t Scarborough i8-5l. · St. Loula at Detroit--McDonald (i-2i Gray (3-10). Cnlcago at Cleveland--Picrc*' dl-a) Garcia (15-7). . . National League InclodM .Saturday BrooSly.n s u, Wichitd KJiib -i West Texas-New Mexico i AHS tin Legion Nine IWiiis Slate Tide Tom McBride and Earl York (teamed up to lead the Oilers' " hammering of the Cotulla hurlers for IS hits, with HcBride hitting i l i South had 240; and C o y o t e i A u g . 11. (AP)-Marlene Stewart,I ^ee-for-flve, including a double tKingsville) totaled 50 points. j'sensational 17-year-oll from Font-i _. o - loro ;,,~"~t~~-' ,, f ihill, Ont., scored an upset i-up vie-L T . he Ol lers · were tunm,? up for Itoi-v over Grace Lenczvk of Hart- i* elr m P to *'chita, Kr-ns., for i class with 2SO points; Corpus Chris-i LAVAL SUR LE LAC, Quebec, '" l " « " « ' ,, ' : i: c.,.,,i, i,.,j ~nti\. ««J / - · ,, , . ,, ^ ,, ! iuo- 11 (APl_--WflT-lpnf Rf P «»o r f ! uuee " Iol " nve ' ' Glinil:s J.V __L Pi............ .70 3f» .tit! 1 . GB ,.,., 13 · - '|T !-l3S -I '2 40 Albuquerque' .'.'.'.'.''. .'...'.'lu! IT Lament ^ .';:.! 1-1': i Clovis , , . . ;o 73 Vr^.. OB I Over Houston, 64 SCOUT DIVISION Refuifio K--Gary L^ttreli 3- relay--Troop isVTipionJjhip ..I 06 ? week - 3 ^p| The little Ontario, girl was ^olcotulla .o: j u p after Uie IS hole morning round | r t j n ,-__ ......000 000 200-- 2 5 S ·'·».. -104 000 37X-15 18 4 j Lubhofi; d. CUivis 1 i Am:.-,-i!K' IS, Abileni; 111 I | Longhorn League (inclndv* Friday's ;anu'» Puiladclphia , ;,'; St: Louis 51 Boston 50 Clnclnniitl 49 £ittsburgh "!Ii!"'.'"!r!!!« o'i S«turrt.iy'K Kvsulit Brooklyn S-4, Boston l-S Philadelphia 4.. New Yark 0 St. Louis 2. Cincinnati 0 Chicago 4-1, PUUburgh Ii-2 Sunday", r.aaio . I OOess.-, is -is Boston at Broolilj-n--Sa::i (4-12'i vs New- i Koswoii tc -is combe (15-S) Bis Spring ':2 'IS Philadelphia at New York--C'l--J c · e r i Vnrison " 87 N (S-Sj and Church ii;.?) or Johuxon '(3-21 ! M i d i u n d i;i fit vs Corvvln i.2-ij) and MagUo (1S-5) or i Sivectivatcr .'M 7S JHnsen (14-95. , j Actcs'.a , . . . ^ . . , - i ~ r^ Cincinnati at St. Louis--\Venmtier (2-5) or! Saturday'* Krsiilts Perkowski ',3-5; vs Sever ii!-4i. j San Ancelo 3 S-,v.-i';\v,itor 2 Pittsburgh at Chicago--iii---Dicksoii (5MO) · Oii«s:i jn. Ar!i-s::i 1 nnd ftcrie (ff-3) vs Mioncr (5-lli a n d ; i\oswiM1 j M:d!nn! 5 Hatten (3-l. ' ' Bic siprlna li. Vcrnun \ ion Jimior baseball stale title. Austin broke a 1-1 tie in the hot-i victom: suK'struke-- John Nixon. Ship Austin's five runs in the eighth j i came on two doubles, a single, a nn. j [match by winning the fourth andf | fifth and went out in front on t h e j [eighth when Miss Lenczyk hooked! iher drive under trees and needed! | five to get down against the Cana-! ·ciian girl's par four. CATS GAIN GROUND Fort Wortli In Ninth f BEAUMONT, Aug. 11. (AP)--h it's i"i " i wulk. u hit batter and a sacrifiae. s * : l" 1 irO r lll ;ij? H^! Austin will now play in the re- jLtS.-Tvti.il* :i-tfl iu " | gion;U tournament at Baton Rouge. I La., Aug. 17 against state cham- ipions from Arkansas. Louisiana ^ _ H!^L ^.^il 1 ' 1 "! -- B y UNITED PKESS i ^ ,, """ " '""~ ' "~ i 11 takes a microscopic eye to; j; 1*61110lit'S i pick between Johnny Tayoan anci i j Pat Stasey these days in the bitter! | battle for the Longhorn League! I baiting lead. Official averages Saturday night j | FREMONT, (Spi--The Fremont j ___ __JFiremen b a n k e d oit the two-hit; I (or games through Aug. S, showed j pitching of Jack Bag-ley here Satur-j i only one ten-thousandth , of o n e | ^ a y niglit for a 1S-2 victory over j 1 point separating them--Tayoan o f j U i o Sa!1 Antonio Black Sox. j i San Angelo holding the advant-1 Bagley struck out 12 of the Black | · age at .3793, ; Sox batters in earning his triumph, i ! Stasey.'of Bis Spring boasted a i Tn " 'second g a m e due to be! Eases'- 379C ''"'-ase- ~Md also led the 1 P la . v «i h -«'C Sunday was canceled.; KILLS 'GERMS. Lcbarotory tests provt conclusively that N O X - I - D - N ' E Mis germs, on contact in 20 seconds. Thousands acclaim NOX-I-OENE for ciding in removing loose dan- d r u f f . 7y it: At rfrug f deport" men*, chain stores ,, . ,, · in 4 and 8 01. t Also Available at Barber A 1 . Beauty Shops "W A ft o KVff BEAUMONT, Aug. 11. (AP)-- i r., r r *T. T.-i'K^ ! K r ; l n k TOHJHV paced t.,, .....,,._.,, Fifth-place Fort Worth pulled toj 01111 * I1I P l l l u *-' i a t the plate w i t h ' f o u r hits, inciud-i ia: - ils - in doubles, with 36. Tayoan Within two games of Beaumont) HOUSTON, Texas, AUJJ. 11. (UP) · ing a home run and a iloublo. j »od tne .oop in hits, 15-1. ; here tonight as the Cats scored j--Catcher Les Fr.sselman's bases-i, ; Leo Eastham of Odessa was a i four runs in the eighth inning and [empty homer in the bottom of the j Dallas ...12 uiO 011-10 IT o!' ri Pl° l«?fider--in move ways than, then cut short a ninth inning,sixth broke a deadlock and stood!Shrevoport ,..oou 000 ill--;? 10 3! one. He bad the most: triples. 11; i Roughneck rally to win, 6-i. jup to he winning score tonight as j Lynt'riinc.oni and Aylward; Drake l m o s f l ' uns sc °i" e d. 525: and most; The visitors shoved across four'*' 10 Texas Le.-igne lending Hous-; P-udny ( S t . ^inrshali ( f i i and Net- slo!in bases, i:;\ Wayne Wallace^ In the eighth on four hits, incliid-: tcm B l l f f « squeezed' by Oklahoma j son. of San Angeio was the big slugger. ing Mickey Livingston's home runj C l l r ' ^; Pailrrs Tuls-i Tlr ' ' , A ^ ho " ll V' s .- a " a Bob M a r t i n , over the left field wall with one on.! . ' ' «Vi V^-rnvm v ,, x n hL° lleSSa led "' n " 1S baltcd _. « » « - » , - ,, lOkla City ..OOn w ) i n . ; i 8 f l ; h --\N AMOMO, Aug. I I . I.MM-- I0.s. Beaumont got two in the n i n t h J H · , 7 H ; T h e Texas .Loagw. game between y-rt?rvi « e?ir»rrlA Mir T*£»ttTvm A l n l n « ! from a single by Fenton MoJc, a | two-bagger by pinchhiller Ford Iiuiio Kellran of San Angelo imd' iwu-unsKct- M.Y F ».«,.»U IC ,- ""{VjPapai. C r i m i a n i S ) «ndl-V S seiman;at the end of w innings here to-| C i-s. .7?? w i t h ' a 15-4 record but: ? a ,Tl r^ , o S i n o T l . c W? - 'in -^ i" 1 -- 111 '^MUSO of a time limit with! Dean Franks of Ro.swell had t h e 1 field by Frank Brown. UallaS \VlIlh, JIM j t h e score tied at 3-3. most victories 23. against eight Starter Bill Woop, who was re-| SHR1CVEPORT, La., Aug. 11. j San Antonio .st-orcd t\vo rims in'losses. lieved in the disastrous eighth by (API--The Dallas Eagles let loose}the f i f t h inning and Tulsa tied i t ; -- ;-- ·! Dick Mitchell, was charged with a 17-hit attack tonight to score jup with two in Uie eighth. N e i t h e r U v r . ,-, ·, -.. , r . . · the loss, Don Ottcn went the route their second straight win over the i team scored again u n t i l the Ifitli.i " 'HIS (..iUifilC J 1HC for Fort Worth. ! Shreveport Sports 10-3, jwhen each got a single run. j $AN ANTONIO Ail" It 'Tl j Wall Lanfranconi weni the tits! Tulsn 000 IX'.O 020 000 000 t--o 12 ft'Keii riuleV of San Antonio won the Fort Worth ...200 000 0-10--6 0 2 ; t a n c o for the winners nnd had a ' S a n A 000 OM 000 ciOO ooo'l-;? 11 S i i w i .state Caddie (olf Tournament' Beaumont ...000 100 3 0 2 - 4 ,fi 1 Iwtvhittcr working u n t i l inn s e v e n t h } Cnrley. Jolly (11) and Williams; I h e r e ' t o d a y by defeating' J o h n : Ottcn nnd Livingston; Woop, The Sports colecled eight lilts j Tin-ley ami 'Martin. (Tie -- game; Proctor of New Rraunt'el's, 2 and Mitchell (8) and Mancuso.- J i n the fin«il three frames. iealled end l(tli, t i m e irmni |i, in the ?t-hole finale. 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