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Indians Blank White Sox, 7-0 Victory Keeps Tribe Tied Yanks for Loop Lead i * CHICAGO, Aug. 18. (AP)--Bob!six and walked lour in cruising to L**MH hurled his Jin* shutout of in* ··won today--a brilliant three- Bui* M i t c h e l l accounted lor four run* with two homers «.« the Cleveland ladUuu whipped th* Chicago White Sox 7-0 today and kept pace with th* New York Yankees atop the American League. The l*ib* bounded'back'from a double Jolt yesterday with a 17-hit barrage oft. Ken Holcombe, who lasted only 1 1-3 innings, and Tarry "Dorian. The Yankees kept pace with a 5-1 win over Philadelphia: In flwt Inniftg Mitchell signalled the start of th« batting splurge by leading off the first inning with a homer into the right field stands. He drew groans from the 22,263 Coniiskey Park White Sox rooters In the eighth by parking Dorish's ta-t .ball among the right field customers again and Hegan and Lemon scored ahead of him. Mitchell's two Masts boosted his homer total to eight lor his best season production since the majors.. It was the first time he ever slammed two in one game. Mitchell also added a pair of ·ingles 'End walked another time lor a perfect day at the plate. All this hiked his batting average to .299,' continuing his upward climb in the averages after a. poor start. He never has hit below .300. While Mitchell was showing off at th« plate,. Lemon captured his first shutout victory of the campaign and appeared headed lor his ·econd one-hit performance until a pair of fluke blows by CMco Carrasquel and Minnie Minoso-his only hit of the game--wrecked his hopes. Then He Got Tough Al ZarillR doubled cleanly off Lemon in the second, then' the classy righthander methodically cooled the Sox until they stole two hits in the eighth. Lemon fanned Texan Takes Sioux City Open Lead SIOUX CHT, Ta,, Aug. 18. (AP) Earl Stewart, Jr., a little fellow from Dallas with a wicked putter, raced into the''lead today at the halfway mark of the 72-hole Sioux City Open gpM tournament with a 133 total. The 1941 national intercollegiate champion fired a 66 to go with nisf actjc)n hi* 14th triumph. »f tingt n i n e In the eighth, C a r r a a q u e l blooped a high fly over second base that dropped untouched. Minoso, whose pace-setting batting mark sunk to .3*0. then sizzled a grounder to t h i r d baseman Al Rosen who scooped it up but was a shade too late in the throw to first to catch the Negro, i Tho Indians scored single runs in each of the first three innings on three successive hits. 'After Mitchell's base-clearing homer in the eighth, Bobby Avila doubled for his only hit of the day, took third on a throwing- error and finally stole home for the inning's fourth run. Bud Sheely dropped Dorish's toss after tagging Avila at the plate. CLEVELAND AB R H O A MitctieU If ,4 2 4 1 0 Avila 2 b 5 1 1 4 5 WcCosky of i' J 1 2 0 Ctuiptuati ct 2 0 1 2 (J ROaen 3b .. , 5 0 0 0 2 Easter Ib 5 U 2 t U Simpson rt 4 1 1 1 U Boone as 5 0 3 1 J Hesan c 5 1 2 » 0 itfmon p \ 1,2 0 0 Totals , 41 T 17 27 S CHICAGO AB R H O A Carrastiut'l s s ...4 0 1 3 3 fox »b " 0 0 4 * Mlaoso SB 4 0 I '-! 2 Koblnson Ib ,...4 0 0 S 1 Colenmn if 3 0 0 1 " Busby cf 4 U 0 2 1 Zorilla. rf '.4 0 1 n II Siieeiy c ................2 0 0 * 1 Holeo'mkw js 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 30 0 3 27 17 Dorisll p Totals Cleveland . Ill 000 040--1 Chicago 000 000 BOO--0 E--Fox. Easter, Colemaa.- Sheeiy.RBI-- Mitchell 4. Hegsa. Easter. 2B--Zarilla. Ester, Lemon. A Vila. HR--Mitchell !. DP-Boone. Aviln and Easter, Carrastjuel. Foa and Robinson. Left--Cleveland 10; Chlca; 7. BE--Lemon i. Eorlsh 3. SO--Lemon Dorlah 6. HO--Holcombe 4 In 1 1-3: Dorian 13 in 7 2-3. Winner--Lemon (14-S). Loser-- Belcorabe 8-S). U--Naop. Kerry, Hubbard and RommeU T-»2:25. A--12,263. caeo m 7. Renfrew Meets Powell in Golf £fiTourney Finals Parker Upset in Semifinals; Emery Is Ousted by Renfrow By GEORGE H. YOW A slam-bang, two-round b a t t l e comes up at Oso Municipal Golf Course today, with the championship of the City Golf Tournament at stake. Dr. Sam Powell, cool-stroking Barrett, 4 and 3, in the a a m * round. Twosome play is the rule today, in both flight and consolation brackets. A cocktail hour and buffet sup, per is to serve as the backCrop lor awarding of prizes tonight following conclusion of play, with all contestants and their guests to take part. Dinner is scheduled for T of matches today as they go|P-m., with award of prizes follow- through the 36-hole championship m S later in the evening. finals. SECOND HOUND double ~ OuumUoiiship FIUM R Parker m . ve Royce s , nglcton ( ^ 5: .Dr. Sam Powell over KUIU.I Chote. 2 and 1; Wayne Ilenfrow over Dr, frank Cox by default, fir. c. K. Emery aver Luke Barrett, -1 and 3. vanquisher of medalist Raymond Parker, and Wayne Renfrew, upset winner over Dr. C. K. Emery, are expected to stage the match H Chuck Thomas over W. J. Struder. Z *nd 1; Miuroel Zepedft over Marvin Ward. 1-up; Gordon Mandt over Joftn Ray. 4 and 3: Bill OosseH. OV»T M. Kec. $ and 2. THERE SHE GOES--A large gallery oohs and aalis as Dr. Sam Powell gets off a long drive off the 10th tee in yesterday's afternoon round of the City Golf Tournament. Dr. Powell advanced into the tournament finals today by upsetting tourney Medalist Raymond Parker in the third round yesterday afternoon. The golfing medic will meet Wayne Renfrew in the finals today. The championship match will he a 3b'-hole affaii\ The pair will make a tour of the Oso course, while remaining flights will go only 18 holes for honors. A double round was played yesterday and a single round Friday. Extra Holes a 'Plenty Kxtra-hole matches all day yesterday marked the almost exact! Wayne Lu'nUqulnV over c'efe"vaieniuel«"*'i nia+nhinr nf fliu-Vila with 14 Md 3 · Gene Bryan over Joe Stever. 3 matching 01 ingnib, -nun "Una «·. Kuri Kuru, over s. A. YOUCK 5 matches going past the route. Poxv- j and 4. ell \vns forced into 20 holes in the B . j, , oyM TM " S o'v, Dub BiMingame. match with Parker after drawing '-'""? .* : wesu-y Turner over chick cawjc. ,. ,, ,, , , j i t j .iC 13 and i: Lew Frawr over Clarence Pr»nck. even on the ISth and halving with :U ;i in si noiw; BUI MUMJJIU over vir- his determined foe on the 19th. K.I Haaey z ,^^ ^^ Longest match of the day for dlS-l Henry Dace over JI. JCsaary, 2 *»d J; o - u vtr for .-^-/°^. ov *v Labl " 9" r 4 . TM* *'· Ous Kline over R. C. Hat-wood. .1-up: SPORTS: f, 2, 3, 1 4 SPORTS-CLASSIFIED OIL NEWS: 6,7 CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 1951 CLASSIFIED: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12_ SECTION D Raschi Pitches Yankees M^F/JV BASS is NAMED WILLIAM MARY COACH To 5-1 Win Over tance was the one-up victory for Fred Morgan over Bruce Visor in 23 holes in the consolation bracket of the sixth flight. Nineteen, 20 and 21-hole matches were scattered all over the place, with pairings so even that some matches were completed in dusk or just at dark. Powell was three under par in his morning-round defeat of Rufus Chote. 2 and staved even 1 In 17 holes, and for his afternoon- round conquest of Parker. He was one-up over his opponent poinff into the 16th, but then Pnrker took that .-vrn'l the next hole. Powell came hack with i birdie on the 18th to j d r a w even, they halved 19 a n d Powell shot a par-three on Garland Groves over 1{. L. Garr«u. 2-up; Oene Smith over FranX Snj'fi by default. CuiiMtlatltm E. H. Hill, bye; Bill lu Pont over Fr«d Andrado. 4 nml 3; G. A. Rutledge over Jim Ferguson, 3 and 2; Joha Layton over NeU Langdou. (i and 5. Third I'Uiht Jak« SneU over Ed \'ouug, 1-up In 1ft PS; Calvin Rum/leld over A. L. M»v, 2 and I; Buddy Hamil over Let Arend. i- up In 19 holes; Allko Hunter over D»v» Wright, 5 and 4. K. E. MIHJxan over on Bob Hill. « »nd 8: . . . VV. A. WhUsnec over Bill Whltley. 3 1: L. J. Tomlinson over Roy Box, Jr., 1- ur; Tom Edwards over Jsck J3slsl« by uelault, Hd Cilmes over Kfcrafy Starr, *ad ·*: Claui 1 !; Mills m-er UK* Alkin, Jr.. 4 »od 3; J. c M t i l w r over Clyite Roeeri. and 3; t'aul M a r t i o f t i u over Wfodson K. !. l.'1'irilnrr over Dua Ke-ls-tu, ^ 5; fat Pattun over o«rry Grlf'jn, 3 trfKny ;.ii-'.ro:« over l r run!x Walker Duel Friday DAULAS, Aug. 1 18. (UP)-- Texas football fans who have argued the mertis of former Southern Methodist Mustang All-Americans Doak Walker and Kyle Rote get their chance nest week to see them in first rou«|Jf*r^fai»,torrid «M?e,put mm iii3^i*Sf-#*3«« .the t.SOtfjard Elmwood Course. On* tTpow Mangrum sharp performance put each other. H ThR 'gam«~ wffl T "at^the Dallas Cotton Bowl, scene of tteir most illustrious moments in college grid history, and.the occasion an ejchi- of Chicago. Out with= » 'one under par 34, Stewart blistered; .the hack nine 'with an eagle "and three birdies on the " ,. had. two 20-foo) first . " holes. Walker's Detroit Lions and Rote's New York Giants. ' ;· The sponsoring Dallas Salesmanship Club hopes for a sellout crowd Victory Keeps Bombers Tied For League Lead With Tribe ~ NEW YORK, Aug. 18. (AP)--The New York Yankees defeated the Philadelphia Athletics, 5-1. today behind the neat four-hit pitching of Vic Raschi to maintain their tie with the Cleveland Indians for the American League leadership. The Indians kept pace by trouncing the Chicago White Sox, 7-0. Raschi had little trouble in posting, his 17th triumph, of tha season and his 20th in 22 decisions over the A's in his,.'c*?te£.'',, ··.-. ; The big righthander-yielded the of.the game in the fourth on Dave Philley's single, a walk and rookie Lou Limmer'r two-out double. After that, however, Raschi blanked the A's on two singles. Alex Kellner opened, the A's and shut out the Yanks on one hit until the fifth when the Bombers came to life and.poured three runs A collision at homo plate in the third inning cost the Athletics the sen-ices o' Joe Tipton,'first string; catcher, for at leust ten days. H!s left ankle was severely sprained when Jerry Colemah, Yankee short stop, crashed into him while trying to score. Tipton was removed to Lenox Hill Hospital where X- raj's determined that there were no broken bones. RICHMOND. Va., Aug. ]8. (AP)--The College of William and Mary late today elevated Marvin Bass to the position of head football coach and. admitted that the school's athletics had "not been within the intended limitations" in recent years. The appointment -of Bass, 31-year-old line mentor, for a two-year term came at the conclusion of a two-day investigation by the board of visitors of alleged "irregularities" in the college's athletic department. Salary terms were not disclosed. Bass succeeds R. N. (Rube) McCray, who resigned August 10 along with basketball mentor Barney Wilson as college officials probed reports of tampering with high school transcripts- to enable athletes to enter the college. It also was alleged that athletes were given grades in phyhical education classes they did not attend. i :uitl I, , over Ray Jogarty. ; 5 Knd a; J. K. Brautuiteln'over Art Karji, tlio 190-yard 20th for the victory. | Norman R e n f r e w a d v a n c e d through the i J *$ j ¥ . j. ,,. Thorp ov!r 1lcli ttttro j.; second round, Saturday's first, bv ? » ncl '-': curd»n i.uc»a ovor H. L. , * .. , ' rr, -.-, ; t hRrU, U jtnd 2. v i r t u e nl a d e f a u l t by Tr. F r a n k ' Cox, held out by pressure of busi- jness commitments, then put together his 3 and 2 defeat of Emery in the afternoon go-round. Powell and Renfrew open final- day play this morning at 9:30 o'ciock in iheir first trip over the iS-hole Oso layout, with t h e i r Hall of Fame Wins Derby; Abbe Sting Is Second CHICAGO, Aug. 18. (AP)-- [three year old to win both the Greentree SlaOle's Hall Of Fame [ Arlington classic and the Ameri- today charged to .three* in the can Derby. Mate accomplished this double victory in 1931. Gusto on 18 ; and ond:nine, five under par. . . JGerv walked I who 3amnied the gates in a la s-]i owe a w ^ ai Cavalcade in for the Friday night bat-j across to take the upper hand. r'He^had'^e'troubTejtle, but will be happy. to settle). Gil. McDougald singled with onei A m e r i c a n Dcrby at Washington took a 5 for a 32 sec-; for a repetition oMa^t year's 53^ Farm's Ponder in winning three-j'ear-o!d of the year. | . jj a u of Fame's victory The eastern invader, ridden b; 1334 and 1919. Then came Landv and Kaleru finnl round due to off at 2 A. N, LoUls ovwr Jim UlghJrt. 3 and i'; Dex Kasiiuiasen over FreeMan Alfortl. In ;!! liules; Joe Welnsteln-over Joe Hajiillton, 7 and Mxttl I'llKllt Bill XVhlitet over Sum Ut KM, 1-up; D. C. McPherson over H, J. Cartwrtglu, S and !; Bill Ecler over Bill Pollock 1-up; W. .J Shannon over H. 1. ttrownlec, 1-up. F. P. Wade over Cliueic Graves. 5 and ·J: J. V. Fuedo over R. B. daUusher, ,»nd 3; Frrd Morgan over Bruce Vlaor, 1-up lu "2 Jiol«*s; Jimmy McCord over Dein AlftUilev, 3 and i!. Seventh Klljrht U P. Slovull over Max Snldff, 4 apd 3; Put McOloln over V, K. WhUslne. 4 and 3: Mux OHtnblU'over K, J, Ford, 1-up; O. J. f. m. All other play opens during Ihe morning- for single rounds. Parkenhad made it "into the third round of the meet Yesterday after- ;·.,-,-,-, -,-- :-' 7; :,-;,- j- ... .· j - Willlama over L. A. McNeil, 1-up. noon with a morning-round 6 a n o j TIUKU KOCNU 5 victory over Royce Singleton. Vovft[ ^""^"^''^ul^n "0 and Emery had turned back Luke RenCrow over Emery! 3 ana 2" »nd 1; FAILED TWICE Mantle Gets Third Draft Examination MIAMI, Okla., Aug. 18. (AP)~ sky's Spur On, Walmac Farm's!Prize baseball rookie M i c k e y , Adams Off Ox, and. Edward Pol-i Mantle baseball rookie. Mickey ter. Jr.'s Longleat. Uncle Sam. will undergo his third Hal Price Headley's Lithe. 5 · 1 TM ft PhJ^cal at Oklahoma City vcar old daughter of Phar;in-ionrl; J " ton(Ja '- over 'Zcpcdu, over Gosselt, 3 and 1. First rilifct LundqulBt oy«r Kline, 3 mad 3: Zryin over Kurlli, 1-up in iO bolts, Con«ol«rlon JL . , MoynoJian over Turner, ,l,.»flS 3; Fr*»»f over Marshall, 2 sad ! . - · · · · - Sccopd FilJThf Ra.iary over Jobe. 1-up; -ImlUi ovor Groves, J »nd 1, ·-; · - · , . . Coiunlktiw- Hill over OuPont, ]-up m'20 liolei; L»y^ ton over Kutledge, 4 and 3. Third 1-tttht Ramfleia over Soell, 1-up; Himll «v« Hunter, 1-up In- 19 holes. ' Mangrum. top money w i n n e rj m inute buying .mood to w a t c h ! along -the PGA circuit, shot another 33-34--67 for a one stroke lead, over Fred Haas, Jr., N e w Orleans, -(67-68) and Ed Oliver, Wilmington, Del., (68-67). Stewart,, Mangrum, J-taas, 'Tommy Bolt of'" Durham, -N. C.,. and Cary Middlecoff of Memphis, Tenn., were* tied for the first .round- lead. Bolt slipped to a- 69 for a fifth place tie at 136 · with -Ralph Lomeli, young, fresnorCalif.', p r o . Bolt, irritated 'by missing a short putt'on the 18th "green, cracked his putter over'his knee. His "caddie finished the-smashing Job for him. "" Middlecoff, his putter -wording badly; faded-to »7t and a 141 figure.' Skee Riegel, the former national amateur champion from Tulsa. Okla., * thrilled a large- g a l l e r y withva hole-in-one on. the par 3. 162-yard -fourth hole with a seven- iron shot./He finished with a 6S which" 'made him 137 for a four- wav tie for seventh. 'The Doalcer" make his pro debut. Actually,' advance ticket sales were running well ahead of last year's game when Walker was the principal attraction and at least 60,000 fans were almost certain'to witness the first of four games Walker, and the lions will play in Texas prior to the-opening of the National Football League season. The sponsors are t a ' k i n g no chances on a repetition of ,, last year's gate jam when the last- minute flood of buyers found only a few of the ticket windows open and many .missed a quarter of the game waiting- in line for tickets. Every ticket w i n d o w will be manned ITridsy night. From Dallas, the Lions under the tutelage of another Texan--Buddy Parker of nearby Kemp-move to Amarillo a week later to meet the Washington Redskins; who beat the last year. A paled there. 1=;W1 1= ,,-,,,,,...,,,, ,,...._,,-.,,, .,, winning inree-year-oici or~ine. year.: .Hall Of Fames victory was ill, equaled the track record o!, tlu - -ia-.ycn.i- loweo with a single to score Ale- The eas t or n invader, ridden by| WO rtli S62.200 to Mrs. Charles Ship-! 1-21 2-5 for seven furlongs in win-!fielder, twice Dougaid. Joe WMaggio i o r c e d Ted Atkinson was never worse man Payne and her brother. John ning the 10th running of-the $22.675 \°t a leg bone Brown. at .second .but Cerv scored from third on the play. Yogi Berra and Johnny Mize' followed with scratch singles through first sacker Limmer to push DiMaggio around, i The -Yanks nicked Kellner for another run in the seventh. Cerv doubled and advanced to third on Brown's bunt single. Cerv scored as DiMaggio banged into a double- play. The Yanks picked up taeir final run to the eighth at the expense of Carl Scheib. Hank Bauer popped a double to left and scored on a two-out single by Raschi. Philadelphia, threatened in the eighth and ninth innings but fine fielding choked off the threats. DiMaggio made a one-handed grab of Dave PhiUey's liner in the eighth with two on and two out. A fast doubleplay ended the in the than- third. Abbe. Sting, at odds 9 to 1, finished second; with Bern- wood, third and : Ruhe fourth, in a field of eight. Hall of Fame, carrying 122 pounds, ran the mile and a quarter in 2:01 1-5. Bill Of Fame became the 1 fifth Georgia Boy Wins National DURHAM, N. ·«?., Aug. 18. (AP) Doug Sanders, 18-year-old h i g h school senior from Cedartown, Ga., today chipped and putted his way to the U. S. Junior Chamber ofj Commerce national junior golf title. The 135-pound George trimmed -Don Welch of ·'·Whitefish, Mont.. 6 and 5, in the 36-hole finals, Sanders, whose sort swing' was ninth after the first two A's up i unable to give him the distance off, got on base. | the tee that Welch had, produced a'jh Hay. (Jock) Whitney, owners of Greentree Stable. T h i s sum brought Hall Of Fame's earnings to $196,005, shoving the bay grey colt ahead of Battlefield, whose total: is $149,300, including today's victory share in the Travers Stake at Saratoga. The crowd of 26,563 sent Hall of Fame to the post at odds of 7-5, with Roiigh 'N Tumble, winner of the $100,000 Santa Anita Derby second choice. Hall of Fame returned $4.80, $3.60 and $2.80. Abbe Sting paid $6.RO to place and $4.20 to show, while Bernwood p a i d $3.60 to show. The. original starting field of ten was reduced to eight with the'with- drawal of Bugledrums and Andy B.; W. and! thus reduced .-the size of tile purse. "track record o f , Tlle 19-year-old Kansas City outfielder, twice classified 4-F because | in.recti.on, hails from over Wtiitener, 3-up In 19 holes; Edwards over Tomllnson. 1-up. Vourtli Pllffct Mllla over Grimes, 1-up, in 39 holes; Miller over liartlDeau. 3 and 2. Pulton over Gardner, 1-up tn 20 holes; Teaguc over S!cCord. 1-up -In 13 holes. . riWi I'lisht nunsteben o'.-i»r Brouiiijteln, H-up- Tnuro over Lucas. I'-up. Clang Handicap, supporting attrac-j nearby Commerce, Okla. tion for tlie American Derby. Lithe, which had Logan Batcheller up and Headley's pacesetting Pinebloom as a running mate, defeated Hasty House Farm's Seaward by two lengths while the other hall of the Hasty House entry,, Wine last, finished third; in a field of 10. Fourth place went to K. G. Marshall's Coffee Money. Lithe carried 115 pounds, one less than J. A. Goodwin's Ky. Colonel carried in setting the world's record on years ago. mark to 1:21 last January in California. . - ' - . · The Headiey entry paid ' $9.80, $5, and $4.40. . The Hasty House entry returned S5.60 and $6.80. entry the same track Bolero lowered two the His local draft- board here reminded today that the latest examination was ordered "at the request of National Selective Service Director Maj. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey." ' Mantle, demoted to Kansas City by the New York Yankees during a batting slump, has been shelling, American Association pitching at a .367 clip since. . . . · Maxim's Manager Says Joey Will Win Bout SUMMIT, N. J., Aug. 18. (AP)-"If it ends in a knockout, it won't be maxim." That's what Jack (Doc) Kearns said today of Wednesday's title , Raschi fanned four to increase) short jhis total to 125. high in the majors. 1 ne£S nis v .. .. . .. Calumet Farm's entry of Be- j fight between light heavyweight The triumphant Hall'of Fame I witch and Ail Blue was 3 to 2 favor-1 champion Joe Maxim, and Bob :as won five stakes events Uiis lite. Bewitch finished' eighth and j Murphy. Kearns is Maxim's mana- Tdday's voolory puts him!All Blue fifth, Travers Copped By Battlefield 'SARATOGA SPRINGS, "N. Y.,jquestion as to his superiority over Aug. ,18. (AP)--George D. Wide-j the others. Arcarojtept him with- The victory was the Yanks 42nd against 14 losses in the stadium. and overall steadi-J: opponent lacked|in a spot to challenge George D guin over Weinsteln, :j and 2 Sixth s and i ; ·;,,«- Consolation Seventh . TODAY'S PMKWG8 n Ch«nplmihf» FUfht 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m -- ^rell m 10 t.m.-- mom»3 rt Manit. 10:07 10:14 «.m.-- Moynahan- v« Fr«»er. ,, Second FUfkt 10:21 *.m.-- Inary:yg-SaifUl. Consolation 10 :« t.m,-- HP.1 vs Lay ton. , ,, Third Plliht 10:35 «.m.T-Hanfield,v« Htunll , ... · Consolation " 10:2 *.m.-- MUllgsm vs Edwardn. Tourth iter's Battlefield, rated by-many the top three-year-old in the country, gained additional .prestige as he captured the- 82nd- Travers Stakes today. before 24,897-- greatest crowd in the history,of the track. ; The son of ,War · Reiic, under .the guidance of Eddie Arcaro, reached the finish line at the ecd of a mile aiid a quarter of a "good" track with margin of .three-parts of .a length to spare over Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords' Yildiz. Greentree's unpredictable Stretch W«P third, trailing Big t h e runnerup by 4% lengths, w h i l e Putnam Stable's .Combat B o o t s finished three lengths father away in last place. Because of the one-sideness of the race, Battlefield paid $2.iO and J2.20, shortest-priced winner of the New York season. Yildiz p a i d -$2.60. There was no show betting, which also was the case in the tour-horse Saratoga Special, taken ·arlier in the afternoon by Alfred Vandcrbilt'* Cousin. Whll* Battlefield did not win the «M«rt flUkM race in the nation Ilk* a 1 to B itttot, th«ra wag no in*the pace-set iy riiriiz and com- Dat Boots for six furlongs, made ais move midway of the f a r turn"" and the horse, as is customary wi'th him, responded readily. ..Yildiz--hung'on gamely through the final furlong, but didn't have enough-at the end. Battlefield carried 123 pounds- three less than Yildiz--and traversed the 10 furlongs in a so-so 2:06 1-5. ,' ' ' · · · ' . Battlefield eanved $15,000, stretching his total to $347,977 in two seasons of campaigning. He has never been unplaced in 24 starts. The victory was the second straight for Widener in the Travers, who won in last year with Lights Up. Cousin, driving for'two-year rf.: Pinlley cJ ..f. '.'.'.'.'..A Zerntal U 3 and that was the difference. jWidener's Battlefield for the 3- Usually playing woods to thejy e ar-old championship of the year green. Sanders made up for his R OUg h N Tumble, owned by Mrs A B R H o A lack of distance by generally put- Francis Center, Minneapolis, fm ting the ball down the middle and 0 1 2 1 1 2 O i l 0 0 0 3 r Ib 4 n i K · SuderSb '.'^..l o 0 6 ? Tipton c 0 0 0 2 0 Astroth c 2 0 0 2 0 Kellner p 2 0 0 2 0 a-Moses i o 0 0 o Scheib p o 0 0 0 0 Totals 29 i 42112 a-Flied.out for Kellncr in 8th' NEW YORE AB U ' H ' - O ' A McD.ouglad 2b 4.1 1 2 -2 1 3 i) commg up with a fine chip or putt at a vital moment. He missed few short putts, while' Welch, particularly an the morning, had little luck on the greens. Sanders toolt the lead for k_eeps at the eighth hole with a birdie' four and never let go. He was three up after the morning 18 with a medal 36-384-74 against Welch's 38-40--78. Par for the Hope'Valley r*l/UUiJJJ£, ,{.!.. . . - * · . · * . . * 4 . . 1 i . . , U Bronn 3b 4 . _ . . DiMaggio cJ 3 1 !) - 2 " t Bcrra c 1 0 1 8 0 Mize Ib Collins Ib U Bauer If . 4 0 1. 0 i) 1 1 1 ^ · Coleman ss ..4 0 1 1 4 ......3 0 1 0 0 Easchl p Totals. ............. ....".. 31 5 9 27 6 Philadelphia ........ .....000 100 OOflVl New yotk ... ......... ...000 OSO lljc--5 E-None. RBI-Limiaer. - Brown, DiMaggio; Mlze, Raschi. aB-Limmcr, Cetr, Co'.tman, Bayer. SB-McDougald. S-Ktisoh!. DP-Colc- raan, · McDongald and Mize; JfcDbupild. Coleman and collins; MajesKI. Suder and Mn:mcr. Plijiffdelphia fi: Key York S , tB-Kr:mct -. - - - . - - . . . . . Raschi ·!. Scheib . . . . _ _ Innlnsa: Roheib 2 In 1. HBP-Rnschi " jeskl).. (T-121. U-Dur(y. Crleve . f47-"i. honors, didn't have too much trou Si "II Yoiin^Sler ble in the of the o n n o oiC oun ^ rv dub's 6,660-yard coui'se is 35-35---70. Both boys showed the strain of .playing 10 rounds in six days, all in scorching" heat, and the quality of play was not up to par in the morning round. ; · Welch had 34 putts .and nary a birdie for the first 18. Sanders needed 32 putts and made the only birdie on the match with a great third a'.iot that left him a two- foot putt on the par five eighth. The afternoon round saw play improve considerably as both boys improved around the green. Welch -staged a spurt'mid-way, around the front side, taWng the 23rd hole with a 25 fool putt for a birdie three and the 24th with a par three. Then Sanders got back up with wins on the 25th RascW 4. SO-Keltacr 2. 1. HO-KeRnpr-T In 7 Summers. T- lengths over J. M. Roebling's Old 1 Ironsides. Jack Amiri's C o u n for ~ M niuh Angeles club . Tur£ was third in tho four-horse [in the Pacific Coast League. field. Cousin toured the · six furlongs in 1:12 and paid 12.80. Like the Travers, there was no show betting. Campana, an outfielder who played at betroit's Northeastern High School last year, was given a "substantial" bonus, «atd the Cubs. a 50-foot putt and on 26 a nine iron shot left him six inches from the cup for a birdie four. For the 31 hole route Sanders was-live over, Welch 13 over. In the nftemooon Sanders putted only 16 times in J3 hol«a, so sharp was his short game. Welch needed 22. ishfid fifth STORM WOWT HURT LOCAL, AREA FISHING Weekend anglers who have been worried a b o u t the big doings in the Gulf .'over Jamaica way can forget it and go Wishing. The weather man said last- night that today's winds would be,about equal to those of the last few days--m i 1 d in the morning, rising to 12-18 miles an hour during the afternoon. Trout in Corpus Christi Bay xrere still hard at it yesterday, but-iish in the Port Aransas area p.r o b a b 1 y had overheard weather-alarmists talking. They stayed deep and did no biting to speak of. While Corpus Christ! Eay fishermen were taking good catches or trout, with a scattering of recis and flounder thrown in. Port Aransas 'ang- Jcrs msnaged only a grand total of 211 mackerel, 48 king, seven snapper, 261 trout, two tarpon and three pompano. In most other sections of this area fishing was on the. upgrade and today's weather should help the rise. , 10:48 *.m.-T-STllla vs Miller. Consolation 10:88 ».». -- Patton vs Tearu*. Firth niirtt 11:01 *~m. -- Ransleben "vs Onnjolntlon lt:OS t-in. -- Loftts' VB Gut Sixth Flight 11:35 a.m. -- Whlttst · VB Shannon. Consolation · 11:22 s m. -- Wade vs Morgan. Seventh FHjflrt U:!9 -- Sttn-al! v s Gamblll. No consolation this flight. ANOTHER PUTT DROPS---Wayne Renfrew stoops over to pick up the tall from tht cup after sinking a putt in one of his two victories yesterday in the City Golf Tournament at Oso Municipal Course. Renfrew, by scoring victories in the second wd third round competition, moved into the tourney finals Against Dr. Stm PowtlL

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