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BUI Hoekwfett? reached first on «n error oy ·hart- stop Armando Gallart, then tew* necofld on Ray Mink's Jftfisid out W4th two out. Laredo called tor inning gave the Jan intention walk to Bob Moytr *o '" *,,, ·,. Auff. 1J, M * times during the evening but always settled down to pitch hi* wily out of the corners. He struck *ut eight and walked three be- tore he retired in the eighth inning of a sore finger on his i tonight to open a Gulf Const League tactuM LAJUtDO Oftnu cl B K H O A OMB« if F*r*ut jb Hllnrt M Lo/land J 2 3 ,0 V 1 '-· . «-C,T*t«m * n 1 1 0 2 0 . 2 0 0 2 0 fl 0 series. . smash, hi« only hit Parra could get at second man Dutch gchroeder. Scbroeder broke the mental bank by rtng- ling in Vulenzuela and Hockenbury. Caspar was the thorn in the in "Six tvips, pounded against the i Aces «ide *lth his home run, two four hits in top of the left field wall and .fell j runs batted in beyond the fence to" snap the 7-7 j five times »t deadlocK. and bat. BJROWXSVJLLE Siuch u It » " C few" 1 "* 4 Ib 3h ,...« 1 Weber ·# Totil,» for Pirra in Uth .! 0 0 0 0 {i! RodrisuM p 0 niH'Oonsilcz SKeco n .. .3J Z U 2i 8 CORFU8 CHR1STI Itopn* n . Slink ef , .....5 JWjrtr lb .3 *C«ro«_*r _b ....,...,,. 4 AB R H O A .i U 0 1 0 1 1 0 u o Dtfrtmio J! ... ,, 2 Trench e ......... , -I VtMRSMl* y 2 M«tl»r p , 0 1 0 0 0 1 (I 4 0 3 3 T.UU 7 8 IT 5 ...... Cvrym Chrlim 000 1WI 001 152 OU--2 "JlX-f , lC-o*!i«rt 1. Loffend, Ocracz S. t«;K*ii *»ty. R»l-Onpnr 2. Kappe 2, DiPrimio, -*efrn«3tr Z. VHwuueln, 'I'rwseh UB-Oo- .»««. H«k*Rtttfr, VKleRnicla. . 13. Corpus ChrUtl 8. PR-r»s IWcm 1. \'«nniu«l» 1 H0-l*arr* 1, Jf 1 . V*I*lttii*li «. Mflltr J, HO-Fiim. 7 in InnlRd: Hoe«. 3 In I; YnifntuoU, » In 1 V3 M*ll«r, Jlnl JWW. O l P , Lwrr JSrrt. . . H»P-y*l»niuel« lM* f«iuiw- Va- tJ-UktUln »n« Tho-'fl- · 1 1 1 -9 2 1 7 U 3 ·,,' 0 1 b 4 U C U U U ] 4 V i t't 8 3 Nip Caps F * Total* ((·Grounded out Kick* lb Coruu* rC TEXAS CITY, Aug. 18. (AP)-Galveston's White Caps were limit- 2 ed to seven singles as the Texas j i City Texans tacked a 4-2 defeat on Ojthe islanders in a Gull C o a s t _ | League game here tonight. s| The Texans jumped into a two I run lead in the fourth inning when -b RTHU f: . * B i R '" ? '. Rafttel Zavalla's double s c o r e d Shorty Schroeder and Gip Gayle They gained another tally in "the Sox Stagger To 10-9Win Over Senators Bfcrelord ? LCIVB P .. 0»rt«r \. ,, ·lobrwon p .4 2 .5 1 .4 0 .« tt ,2 0 U ii 0 J3 U ! 4 a U 1 2 5 5 « i « DALE GETS AN ASSIST-- Dale Mitchell, Cleveland left fielder, takes time out from the game to give a young boy an assist into the stands after the youngsters had run out onto the field during the sixth-inning. Two other boys had tried the^ same stunt earlier but this boy and a companion couldn't quite make it over the high wall. Besides helping the youths. Mitchell also helped the Indians considerably asJie hit two home runs to spark Clevel^id's 7-0 win over Chicago. (AP Wirephpto) _ sixth on two hits and a sacrifice i n iff" JfJEJTPS OUT retained the lead for the rest! the ,, 48 T U 33 13 Brownirvin* . uuo SCI 40» Ui--S Port Arthur ,. 040 030 WO U0.-T K--Lovlto, Pepprriichinidt, Goran We !er. HBI--rtrot 2. Upletfe LoyKu *. K»«- cett i, Hrc1in*t»ii. Kalner 'J, Krrmur. Biirt-fotil. txv* 'i. _8--Morri«, Knuet 2 pyrft*. l!K~txve, Guli?l2, Hfdlnston. J.o(i- Brownsvtli* 11. Port Arthur 10, 8-Ilod- HB--Rodfljsutz «, law 3. SO-~ 2. I.OVP 2. Johnson X Blamco 1 in B 3-S; Cortft 5 tn 3-3. wr--rtortrlnu'JZ " HO-JlraJrlcuci « tn 5 · wnlnw. Love II HSIi'--JnhEi'iin fVnucety. Wiisncr--BUn- PnV«l»y, T-.tST. A-Llitl. SECOND PLACE SCRAP Abernatliie Stops Sail Antonio, 3-2 iVhttc rf ' CHriaitlelri Harper lb SltltlK«l c ... 1'zqulirdo If . . 3 «-r.umbcrt b-Contr»*rasi J IMcOowi-ll 1 U U 0 1 u 0 o U u .1 I) u U 0 i' 2 0 1 3 U (I 7 U 1 ,, q U , U ti U (I 1 1 0 I) U 0 0 o u · u Totals fur i in 7th In tth . 38 I 7 S« e-Wrunl! out for Yr.i|ulonlo In Btli . U-drounded out for J. Mci^welt la IKh TKXAS CITV" tjiututnuu ^4 , lib K H O A 3 0 Sfclnner ID 4 Kelirut'dPr rf ...y i Uu,vj« it 4 i NMtDPOr* cf i 0 MOM 'M 4 2 t Z,ivalla « a u i KOI p , . . . :i H I Mur-'f is Young Boys Delay Tribe, ChiSox Game CHICAGO. Aug. IS. (AF)-- Four baselalWiappy kios unemipted the; Chicago White Sox-Cleveland In-! dians game at Comiskey Park today. Hurry Dorish \\-as ready to pitch to Uie loclians' Al ftosen in the WAMJMOTON, AUf. Th* BMAoa Ibwt SOK «Ua*rwl to · 1M vlctoT «««r Hw Mate · Wild (HIM OMlil! ·txmicht 4tt«*t tad r»- AW b*hial _,, ___ ton* M* -W«w Tork, tfcd for tt» Kin* pitchers *«r« uMd ia the nitrlc. wTOl Ellis Kinc'er, fourth Burton butter, rtiflinj; a Wanhint- ton rmtty In th« ninth. T»d Winiuni batted across fiv* now (or the Red Sox with a triple, double and lon» Uy. Dam DiMag- deUvered four of Boston's 12 * *|ttiird inning when two youngsters u u 7 n | Jumped-from the stands and clias-j each Tliey o ' 0 ! jUpen fence ti flaw Browns Set Record, Batter Tigers, 20-9 ST. LOUIS. Mig. 18. (AP)-- The!fourth Inning when ihey pwduced jSt. Louis Browns scored the most j a five-run outburst. The Tigers Cards Bow To Blackwell CINCINNATI, Aug. 18. (AP)-Ewell Blackwell, showing some of his, 1M» form, pitched his second shutout of the season for the Cincinnati Reds to beat the St. Louis Cardinals. 1-0, here today. The Reds, scoring their only run in the first inning, gave Blaekie a 13-10 record. Spacing six bits, Blackwell was in trouble only in the eighth when Harry Brecheen singled with one out and Solly Hemus hit to center. Brecheen advanced to second-the first and only Card to reach the keyston« bag. BlacW_ then worked on Red Schoendienit, fanning him, and got Stan Musial to foul to "Bobby Adams outside of third base. The Reds, climbing on Brecheen, scored the only tally of the game when Adams led off with a single, and then, after Connie Ryan grounded out, scored on big Ted Kluszewffki's blow to right. "The Cat" recovered and limited the Rhinelanders to only five more widely spaced hits from there on. hits. KW1« Yost ltd ut attack with a bora* run, double and single. DiMaggio atoo received two ot the nine walks yielded by the Senators' pitchers lor « perfect ~lght la the l**t tkur«* innings tb« Red Sox reeled off three doublt-plmys, Julio Mortno, the middle roan of the Nats' five pitchers, was barged with th* deltt-- his tenth and Mel Parnell got his 14th win. Boston clipped Don Johnson for three runs in the first iuiing. But the Nats, tied U up in their half. Thereafter, the lead c h a n g e d hands four times before the Nats Went down to their 13th defeat in 16 games. BOSTON AB R a O A UlMagglo c£ . . . . . . . . . . ........V 4 4 1 0 Pei*y «» ........ .......... ...5 1 1 4 « WWI«ni3 U ............. .. k ...5 1 2 1 « Uropo Ib ....... ..... . ..... ...4 p i 11 u Goodman Ib . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 3 3 5 5 Voiimer rt ............... , .5 o HaUleld 3b ................... 3 1 Robinson c .. .............. ...2 1 Kleley p ............. .. ....... i o Mastersou p ..... ............ .t 1 ST. LOUIS Heiuus ss . Sc»oenllenflt AB R u o A . . . .. . _ .., 4 JUuaiitt it ,, ,...4 H.llke r{ * Westlak* cf 4 ?S?v.v W ^b£'-TM?^l^ in ^ 5xh "" ?..:::::::::::::::::.-S ?i,c» rS^U^Ste-e -day, trounci^ the Oetroit and the seventh, then St. Lou, ^-* ;; , ;;;::::;;::::: | ·f ,"'_? ,"-!'! about 20,000 roared. atands while the crowd O f i Ti S'«-s 20 to 9. The club also equal DALLAS, Aug. 18. (AP)~-BV11 Ab«rnathie cte«died after a phaky ·tan to turn b»ck ·the San Antonio Missions tonight its the Dallas Eagles ·won, 3-2, in the opener of a three-fame series for second The Padre« collected only one hit in the last Jour innings as Abtmathtc twirled a neat five-hitter. It was his Uth win against if km**. -, .,, v - - .; UM DaflM collected sll their · ** hiU In tb« first four innings and failed to wore after the third, as Johnny Pavlick found the range to retire the last 15 in order. Th« win «v«hed the count be- twten the clubs, tor their last four tilts and set the stage for their final meeting of the season tomorrow night singled in three trips. Ban Antotiio "·'. . . 001 010 000--2 5 n Beaumont ...OOi ;20 600--11 9 1 Okia City ....oio ooe 010-- 8 10 5 Schacffer, Radcliffc («), Mitchell (8) and Tftppe; Behi-nmn,. PiijTiioh (S), Markell (7), Kennedy (7), Carlson (8) and Burgher. Totals any 33 4 ID 27 w | Then to the tried the same two more kids iec! the count for a single inning 'with 11 tallies in the seventh. (mo ooo f ..wo y, , i i.im;c *; ... let SO for gOOCt. a--Slawshter The first Browns' run came in-|_$*gj_* £ ::".::"\:'.:'.'.::':.» the third when George Ke!l threw U 2 0 0 9 2 0 IS 0 0 B 1 0 0 u n o » ii u o i Parnell p a-Maxwell Kinder p Totals 2 0 O . 1) 0 0 U o 1 0 0 0 o i 1. \ l' i o a 1 2 u « n 0 0 U 38 10 ' 2T 11 »-Grouaded out or ParocU In 9th WASHINGTON Yost 3b .- 5 Coao If '.'. 5 Runnels as 4 Mcle cl 4 Vernoa ib 4 fl-RotMrtson 1 McCormlck it Michaels 2b ... Kiutcz c duerra c' _ . . . . Johnson 'p ., 0 ConaueKra p 1 b-Portcr ...-. 1 Moreno p , 0 AB R-H 0 A \ 1 0 .39 3 3 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 2 3 .8 0 2 10 0 0 0 0 1 1 U 2 1 S 1 7 0 0 I) u a (l o ] 1 0 0 0 o n 1 Q i o o o o o a o o i i 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Harris p c-Grasso Hudson p Totals b-Slr.Eled or Consue»r» in 4Ui c-Hlt Into double play (or Hints la gth. D-Bunted Into double play lor leCormlck tn 9lh Boston ,, .310 KO 200--.10 Washloston ,.320 200 020--* E-Wnjlams. Hatleld, MoCormlck. JIBI- Wllliftins, Cropo 2, Veraon. UTow 3. DU4.ajt- rlo. Coao 2. Itunnela Peslcy, 2B-Veraon. U 4 4 0 1 0 0 ' U U 4 » 1 0 ii 1 0 1 3 WUIIBJM, MlchatU. -Sojt. . Williams.' HR-Yo?t. DP-Cooa»an. Peaky »nd Dropo: Peaky, Coodman and Propo; H»tri"ld and Peaky. Lfft-Boston 10. Ws.»h- Instoa S. BB-Johnson 4. Klely 1, Masterson i Mbrpao 2. Harris 3. Pajnell 2, Klnd- *r 1. 8O-Ce!WU*fra a. Kiely 3. Harris 3. PstWH 1. HO-Kiely 4 !n I Inning! .M»s- tfraon -4 la 1 1-3: Parnell 5 in 4 3-3; Kinder 2 tn 1: Johnson 3 In 2-3; Consue- giit 4 in 3 1-arMoreno 1 In 1-3. Harris 4 In 3 2-3: Hudson 1 In 1. FB-Kluttz. Wliiner-P»rnt!l (14-Sl Loser lloreno (4-1D). Si U-JIcKlnlty, Stevena and Soar. T-2:M. A. M.430. rain. i*iui^riiu, riumbrrt, fox. 2H-Z»vul- Ui. Uiununati, SB-Hiirper. Skinner. Fox. Df'Mo.-.o. Fianpr, Slunnor; Fluhrr. Skinnrr Left* BB-Fnx 4, fJnr- Murff 2. HO : s-z« · Tllcfturd- Utummon, Hktnncr; Flalier. Cnlvtmon ", Tfxas Citi' 11. clit S. f)0-Kox «, Onrtia «. r,an;iu 8 in 6 lunlSKa, Ftix 7 In S. PE-Za- were too small to get up the wall. While they struggled frantically to get off the field as play was held up, Cleveland's le{t fielder, Dale Mitchell, hustled over and boost them up by the britches. He got a big hand for his extra duty. thing, but they Fiv « Detroit errors helped the!wild, allowing Bobby Young and -2 ' 05. The Scoreboard ! Cubs Chase Pollett To Beat Bucs Gulf Const League Corpus Chrlatl HKrlinren Brownsville Laredo ....... ...S3 ...... , ....... 78 ...... . ..... 69 ....H« .............. 83 .... .......... (K Laku O»»rlfj ............ lii Port Artliur ............ «i T«»s City ^ r«. CB .60S -- .6KS « .323 in« .489 16 .463 20 Southern Association Uttle RocU ...... ,.., ....... "7 50 Birmingham ..., .......... 72 Sfl Mobile ..... ;.... .......... Ii7 n W I. Pet. CB " .60S ,n3 .K3 NfKhville , 62 Atlilnw ,..».. 62 ChftitanooRM f't T^ .-H7 "· Keiv Ovlcaw ............ 53 "B .4115 , 6« . ,. ,4SS IS ,4S4 IS' Dallas .., 201. OW oox-3 6 0 .pavliqk and Martin; Abernathis and Aylward. Oilers Trim Sports Tul«a. OWa., Aug. 18. fUP)-- The Tulsa. Oilars got nine hits off Bob Brake tonight to trim the ShreVeport ^portz, 7-3, in a Tex- ss League banebiUi game. Shreveport .... .101 lt» 00--3 8 5 TulMl .,.., 200 320 OOx--7 9 1 Brake and Nelson; Nuxhall and Wront. ' - . ' Buffs Slug Cat*, 8-4 . FORT WORTH, ^Aiig, 18, (AP)-The Houston Buffr spoiled Fort Worth's opener to a horae "stand here tonight toy "slugging out an *·* victory over the Cats. , Corpus 'tirl»(l 7. Jjjtredo 2 Bmmuvllic S. Pun A r t h u r 7 H I Innings) HsrUngcii at Lultt CluirR«"' |»1d. rui". (ilUll(*^ No Kumi-'-ii Krliluy'j; .Jtc^«lt Ail'tnta ·!. I.ittlt llucfc 'j Mobllp 17. I'hsUKiswisn 0 rf^w. Qrienti* T. Nashville BlrjnlnHinm »' rha ries City i Mumrcui Houston 000 220 040-8 11 4 Ft Worth .i.,.000 Ml 002-- 4 "lO 1 , Hubert, Crimian ·(») and Fusselman; Himes Otten (5) and,,Bragan. . : Rouglte Win, 11-8 OKLAHOMA CITI", Aug. - 18, (XJP-- The Beaumont Roughnecks; kept -their slim half-game hold on third place in the Texas League - tonight, whipping the Oklahoma Texas League (Include* ' Howtan . Ssn .-Ant'onlo- W ....I'..'.'.',."I Dallas 13 Port Worth. .,. TO OKtaliomi City 6u .85 52 ,7-i 83 S3 SUf«v«port ....33 S5 KeniilU Pv.t .620 ,WU .5W K! .S37 fi« ,516 ·n .4.8 79 ,.K3 .71 5J .87 fll . (S Syracuse ' ',..'.'... Toronto ;,....,flfl. ST. ...172 ffii'j Baltlmare .L.,,..,,,....,5T 7(1 . MS Z9 Ottawa ,55 73 -4SO 29 Sprlngticlil ,.-. ..;·; 5t 78 .395 33% Saturday's ResulU Ottattii 3-3, Jlontreal. : 2-4 Sprlnfrtield 6, Hochwter 4 Syracuse 7,Toronto v ti Buffalo 5. .Baltimore .1 Big Slate League (Inrlo-fs SKllriUj's Kt.«ttlt«l Aug. 18. (AP)-The Chicago Cubs rapped four Pittsburgh hurlers for 15 hits today, one of them a grand slam Bonier by Ransom Jackson in the c irst tnn'ng. to beat the last place ; ? itsbtu-Rli Pirates 11-5 J Slai-tor Bob Kel'y wa credited ' \vith his fourth win against one « ".65» -- i'icfeat alUiousii he needed help in i he eighth whpn Ralph K i n e r 'smashed his S3rd home .run -for Browns get back into the ball game. Ken Wood's double in the fourth and Hank Arft's three-run homer in the seventh were the only extra-base blows by the Browns. Meanwhile the Tigers w e r e blasting out five homers--by Dick Kryhoskl, Vic Wertz. J 61-17 Priddy and two' by Pat Mullin. Jim Delsisig to score. Thfen Priddy let Hank Arft's grounder go through him. Matt Batts scoring. In the fourth two attempts to pick off Brownies from bases misfired for two more errors and two o£ the five runs. Baits and Arft led the St. Louis attack. Batts driving in four runs 13 0 a H 14 AB K H O A TotHs a-- Grouadtd out lor D. Rice in *:n CINCINNATI Adama 3b Hyfla 2b · · * Klusiswakl lb , 4 Adcock- II , ., 3 Edft^ards rt 3 Usn«r ct ...3 Sinllcup s '·'· Blackwell p 3 ) n i. i o i it 0 ') 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 Giants Blank Phillies, 2-0 «, / PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 18. (AP) o i. I 5 The second place New York GianU The previous high for a game!and Arft five. by the Browns was 19 runs in 1925 In the big seventh Bob Mahoney agahist the New York Yankees,'The previous 11-run inriing was in 19J9 against the Philadelphia Athletics. Browns trailed until · fee DETROIT AB R Priady 2b .........: ;....s 2 Kryt, OJ ,ki !b 5 t Kell 3h Groth cf u *«« « · ·« MuUIn ef-lf ..5 Souchocte l(-3b . .-,.* Olnsborg Berry as Stuart p ..,.·. 17 opened by striking out. A stogie by Young- and walk to Delsing brought Bank Borowy onto t h e mound.- · ! · · ? / . - 'i/'- · ..» 1 7 ST 10 Totals ·-... St Louis 000.000 000--0 Cincinontl .......; 100 000 OOx--1 E--Stallcup. KBI--KluszcwjKi. SB--AiUnu DP--Adams, llyaa and Kluszewskl. Left-St. Loui« 6, Olneltwutl ft. BB--»r*ch«n 1. SO-BreclnfB 4, Blackwell 3. Winner-Black-. well (13-10 Loser--Brecbees) (S-S\ U^- DonaUill, Btilanfant, B»rilck. T--1:46. A-- ^ won their eighth straight gamethtir: longest win streak of th* season--as Larry Jansen shut out the Phgadelphia Phillies, 2 to 0, on four hits tonight for hi» '16th Roe Hurls Dcdgers to 5-3 Win Over Boston Braves B O S T O N , Aug. IS. Wi-Preacher Roe, skinny P odg er southpaw, gave up only six hits to- centei-field and Jethroe wheeled lo third, whence he scored as* Torgeson was thrown out, Hodges to Roe, covering flr^t. ti-iumph in 25 decisions; It was the Mventh successive loss for Phil^deiphia., , Jansen bestid'Phil ace Robin Roberts in a pitcher's duel. It wa« Roberts' 10th defeat against 16' victories. : " ' · ' .- ''' : · Two of the hita the Phillies got off Jansen were on poor plays by the:Giants' outfield. - . : · .-= YORK Stanfcy 2b ......... , .......... 2 1 D*TlC M ...... .. .............. 4, 0 Mueller r£ ....... , ........ 4 n Irvip If ......... ." ........... 4 1 Lockmaii: 3b -- .... ..... ....4.0 AB R H O A days cf Thomson 3b .., .".".,.... yv'estrum c 1 Jansen e 2 3 0 1 1 · 4 o 2 5 0 1 1U 1 2 1 0 a 0 1 i 4 o o u 4 Dallas 3. San Antoclo 5 Houston 8 Fort Worth 4 Hc.tumout l\, Oklaliomit City S Tulsa. 7, SttreftjiOrt 3 fiiuulky's O»mes Situ Antonio at I»Ha's Gainesville .-Temple ....... Sherman-Df olson lAustin ..,...,,, 1.\Vaco Wichita Fall*"."',' Tyler ,.. Ko\wloa M Worth BeauuKtat at · Oklahoma, City SUroeppn at Tutaa. r Americaii League Ustnw) W ~ L Pet, CB .,-!« 5S .59^ -..TO 57 .5«2 ..S9 S3 -..67 62 . ,6-1 65 ..6» 67 ..60 71) ,462 16J4 ..44 84 -·· -·- .539 ,5J9 .496 ,-155 .344 t S'.~ 14'" . the Bucs with, the bases empty. CHICAGO AS R H O A Mttass ss ................... 4 o i t s Ramaztottl ss BauroHoiti c£ Sauer If Jackson 3b .. JcMcoat rf ... CHvarwtta lb Owen c ,..,. KWI.v-p Leonard p Totals ' .... 5 ::::;::::::;:4 4 4 ...A 1 1 3 4 3 S 2 1 a 1 2 0 3 3 1 3 2 2 0 0 1 U 0 1 1 0 2 . ...i o o - o It lE-27 3 C!ovel»n« . ........ : ...... 72 42 New -?ont .,! ....... .....K -Boston ........ ...... .....6S Chicako \..... ......... 63 Oetrqit ,,.,,.. ............ 55 W L. Pet. GB PMladciphta St, Louis / _ .5»S 4 -3S! ft5j .473 IS .414 2- .38s US ij .332 38 faturtsy'.i ttriuits Austin S, W'icliltn Fall? 3 Tsler 4. Hh-rraaiy-Denlwn - TexarUana. S. Waco' 1 Trn-mlf 4, GalnfCTillc 3 West Texas - New Mexico (Includes Sstnrany's Re*ntt» W I. Pet. GB Abilene ,. , 78 « .650 -Lamesa .., 69 50 .ESO Sii Lubbock , 69 Si -S75 B AlbUqucmne ..65 33 Pampa M 63 Amariilo 52 " Castlgllone 3b Metfcpvich lb Tppmss cl Kiuer It ....'.. ] Hr.wetton rf j Ottiaglola c- .. i iUirttmgh 2b . i Coir S3 .. ... Pollet p. .,-Walsh p a--Nelson Werle p 6-Saffell Wilfcs AS R H O A 5 ^ \V~aoa~ U".'.: '.....,,......... 4 1:2 0 I) Marsh 3b :;..... .6 1.2 1 .2 Jenninss ss , . 5 1 G - * 2 Santord p 1 0 1 0 0 p ,2 1 1 0 Q « 4 4 s o' } night in pitching f r o n t - r u n n i n g Robinson's homer put the Brooks j Totals 5 5 a « i Brdoldvn to a 5-3 decision over theiahead and then the N a t i n a l Martoncy Paige p ~....'.~.'.~.\~.~.~.~.~.~.~..*',~.'.,i 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Totals a--Warned lor "Mahoaey" In 7th. Detroit St/ Louis. ..42,20 IS 27 10 202 301 ...r;oo3 501 100 -- 9 fix--20 E-Kell, Prii^y, Delates, Ginsberg, WWte, Soucbocfc RBI--Kr}tioskJ, Souchocte. "Mul- Ua S, Werta 2, Batts4, Arlt 5..Wood f Priddy. itarsU. ilapes. Saucier, TfoanK. Delslng. 2B-Pnady, Kjrj-ftoskl. Ken. Wood, Souc- iock. HK--KryhosW.- iluilin. 2. Wertz, Prid- Borper Clovls 44 .351 12 .4fi2 22',i .III 2 .373 S3 .357 34 0 fl T30 O i l 1 3 2 ...4 M (I 1 ..A 1 2' 6 ...3 .- 0 .,,.3 ! 1 3 ,,..« 0 0 8 8 0 0 0 0 Q 1 1 5 i a 0 h S-AiIt DP-- s dy.AJrtt. - Soski. Lett--Detroit S; SL ifldy ,and Kry 11. BB-Stuart 4. Sanford 4, Patg« 2, Borowy *, B'mtt i. SO--Stuart 2, Sanford 3, Mahoney I, Paige 3. Waitc 1. HO--Stuart 5 in 3 2-3 tnnincsf White 5 in 2 2-3; Borowy 5 In ,,. Uaced S in 7tnM HutcMnson 3 in 1 2-3; 3! Sanford 7 tn 3 2-3: Mahoney 4 in _S 1-3; ...a -.1 ,..1 ...i o o o o .0 a o o o 0 « 0 P 0 Palgo 1 to 2. HBP-- Stuart (Wood'. tVInnei- 0 Mahoney (1-2*-, Loser-- White Cl-4''. I'-- c-- Bull . ................... Totals' 33 7 10 H 12 a--t'rounded out for Walsh, In 3rd b--Struck out for Wcrte in 7th v--Popped out tor IVllks la 9th , . Passarella. Paparella dnd Hurley. T-- 2i4G. A-- 1.ST1 (paid). City Indians, 11- to 8. Oklahoma City used five pitchers i emeu and Beaumont three. The Indians *""' made 10 bits and the Rouchnechs got nine safeties. -7-3. i-s. Bositjn 7, WRsnliiKton 4 U" Innings) " , Uctrolt S. St." iciuls -4 CIovm. 7, Uubboek 5 Atiiarillo 5. Abilene 1 Borser 3-fi. Lanxwa 2-7 Albunucrtiuc 5. pimifw. 4 putsbursh MO W° City Doubles Teams Remain . . Betrden' i2-S) vs Garver ,{14-7y and Pli- (5-111 i O-ll Midland K«vc York--Martin \t-4) vj A,rl«(!L Alice Champs Dump Fashion Walt*' Sporting Goods, softbaU chfttnpions of Alice, defeated Fash. ion Cleaners, Corpus ChristS miiste, here last night, 6-5, in the opener of A two-game match. Ttoe two play again T u e s d a y night ,in Alice fa a benefit for Billy Zhnmatore, Alice athletic standout now in Corpus·'-'Chiisti-sI^"e""^"" ...,".",'.''.!"'.".".'-5! si .454 ·M««««-«1 n«.,r,ifoi ,,. ,, ^,uk -«. . - - · Ptttthlrsli; 4, (.9 .405 Longhorn Lcasftic (Inrtuilps. Saturday's HP*«i W L Pet GB Cleveland al Ctiicaso--13--Wnn 'US-It'iSafc"Anscto. ·' 7S 3S .«72 ' and Ororuok ta-2) vs Krvtlow (3-6» »nd Bte Sprtnf; ,..63 ta .5K» Rogovin iS-J) Odessa ,, eS B1 .S71 Oetrolt «t St. louls--iS)~Cala RBI--JacKson 5. Cavarretta. Owen S, Mlksis Wtfrle 2. Cn'tiglmne 2. Jeffcoat 2. I Klwr. BB--Owen. Werlc. JetlcoaV. HR-- i(:icl;so n : K.aer. Jeflcoat, S r Ca«tWipnc In Net Tourney DALLAS (Sp)--Two d o u b l e s 1L1'--tastlKUoirc.'Murtough aod Metkovlch: Lwiksls, Ramazzotlt snd Cavarretta: Cos- Boston at .VVashineton--llcpermott (frii) vs Porterticld (4-) National League (Includes Saiur day's W L Pet. Brooklyn ..... ... ....... .74 40 N « ^ork ................. 67 M 57 . 5» Vernon 59 i9 ,12 '66 ,....,,...40 T$ . . . . . ... Sweetwitor , ..... . ....... 39 7S 10 - 11': .S5S 3S .500 19 .441 27 ,»S ' .333 - t *wSS t "'8«t Brooklyn Boston Braves. Jackie Robinson poled his x 14th homer of the season in 'the eighth to send the Books ahead, 3-2, and two runs in the ninth clinched the victory. Sid Gordon banged" h i s 25th homer of the year for the Braves in the second inning. Gordon's homer was the only hit off the-Peacher until the seventh when the Tribe," aided by a pair of errors, scored-tbeir~seeond run. The Dodgers, also helped by an error, went ahead, 2-l.in the fourth against young Chet Nichols w h o was alter Ms eighth -victory. Robinson v began it with a. double off the left field wall. After Andy Pafko popped out. Robbie wenf to "third on a wild pitch. Gil Hodges walked and Roy Campanella lined to Roy Hartsfield. The B o s t o n second-baseman threw to first in an -attempt to double Hodges. Earl Torgeson let the ball get away and Robinson scored. Hodges.going to third. Billy Cox infield out scored Hodges. League leaders put the game' out of Boston's.reacn in the ninth with a pair of runs on singles by Hodges, Campanella 1 and Carl Furillo. Boston's last run, in-the ninth, was a virtual gift Jethroe doubled, went to third unmolested and scored on a flyoirt, - . Bbe fanned four and didn't issue a base on balls. BROOKLYN AB E H O A Furillo r f 4 0 2 3 0 Reett s s 5 0 0 0 3 Snlder^cf 3 o o 3 - 0 Bobtnson Zb 3 ,S 2 1 Z Pafko,If --, ,.4 0 0 5" 0 Hoeges lb , 3 2 110 2 Cunpanella c 4 1 1 4 a COX Sb ,:.- 4 0 1 0 2 Soe p ,, 3 0 0 1 2 Totals .....,......,../....33 5 72711 BOSTON AB R H O A BISM SS «..,,, 4 " Jethroe cf , ..4 Torseson IJi 4 teams are all which remain of ^ g..^^ tj ed it 3.2 in Corpus Christi's tennis representa- s seV cnth when Sam' Jethroe 0 0 2 2 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 Eiliott 3 b ...~~,'.~.'.*ll'.~.'.".~.f'.~.~.i 0 2 0 3 b-r-Matquez ................0 0 0 0 0 ...4 1 1 S 0 " 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 Gordon If ; Cooper c" llarsbajl rf ., Hartsfleld 2b Nichols p ...~i a--Logan .... Saln~j -... ..... 3 ..... 3 ----- 3 0 2 ....1 0 0 « 0 0 0 o o o o PHILADELPHIA WaitK-us lb 4 ABTt H O A Ashburn cf .* Nicholson rf '.t....4 Enms If 4 JonssSb 3 Hamner ss-.. .;..........4 Seralnicfc c ..............,..,.z Pellagrtnl 2b ,.1 Caballero 2b . 2 a-rSIsler 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 o . o 0 0 0 0 0' 0 1 4 0 o s u U 0 0 1 0 0 2 7 0 0 0 Wilber e X .....0 -0 Roberts p .· ..0 p 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 Helntzelman p Totals . 1 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 437 8 »--Popptd out for Caballero In 7th. b--Filed out for Roberts in 7tlv New York ....001-000 300--Z Philadelphia. ' ..-...., 000. 000 000--0 E--Dark 2. KBI--Mueller. 2B--M « y i, Mueller, Jones, -Waltkus. SB--Hamoer, Pel- lagtini. S--Jones, Roberts Z, Darfc Lett- New Tort 9, PhifadelpM» 7. BB--Roberts 4. Jansen -1. SO-j-Roberts 5, Helntzelman '3, Jansea 4. HO--Roberts S in 7 Innings; Hetatzelman 0 In 2. WP-Eoberts. Winner-Jansen {16-Sl. Loser--Roberts (16-10). U-Dascoli; Warneke, Qoetz and Jorda; :T-2:27. A--20, fay, · 1 Gait Hnme Znftneerin* Co. Ui.\ f IKl Morgtn DM 4-2!«6 , Act Npw! Only .32 3 62713 1 ttvw * i ment. State TAAF sjn . S? 391* \Yrrle 2. Leonard 2. tt'iiki 7 in 2 innings (none out 3 In 1 inning: Werte 4 In .1 in 2. inninfisr'KeU}- 9. in Leonard 1 t« 1 l-T m* 7 2'3 PS--Owen" - . . ner-- Kelly M-l): Loser-- PoMet (4-10). ' Sjituritay"* Kpsulls San Anpclo 3, Rosweil 2 ArtPste 6, Odessa 5 S«e«t«ntet S, Midland T: Bis Spring 10. Vernun 6 VViw. U--Robb, A--6.212. PiacfH and '^ggeas. f--2:07. Louis ....... ......... ,.5-l · 53 53 .5SS -91 ,431, ,473 ,4«5 Memorial Hospital as a polio pa-i tient Walt*' struck quickly last night for a six-run total, then hung on .or th« ,'mt of the route. Ewcll Johri- *oo, Frankie MiUm and Bob Love- ]*c* Btnick out » total of 12 Alice batten and Walts' went the last, firs tnnihfi of the seven-inning ·HaJr without * hit but the dam- «ge wan done and Fashion couldn't 28) Saturday's Jtesalls 11. Fm»»wgb S' ClRClnnatl 1. St. Louis 0 New Vork 2. PWIftdelphls. 0 . Brooklyn S, Boston 3 _ , _ t«anw« York lit .Philadelphia--Hcra v* Jobnioa (n-7) (3-S and ChlCRjo at Plttsburgb--(2*--Hattcn wid Klippataln (M) vs Carlson (0-C friend (6-8) or Dickaon (16-W St. Co«H ht CInelntiail--V2--CKwntwrg (S- II) and Eraslc 2-li vs Fox *·!) and Rn««nsbcrs:or """ 1 Brooklyn at 1 ', best effort of the night a four-hit, three-run outburst in the fourth frame. Alice's P. t, Cauley shackled! Faihfon's batters pretty, well as he! ·ttyed the full game after weath-j^ns.! ·ring the foui-th-ininng' blast. Boston--Poilblplan !·!) - - (H-H) Van Blarcum, iNapfy Top Oft V edwa · · · .*· |gled to left and continued on to second as Pafko booted the ball. Roe's pickoff attempt sailed into Saturday D. Ligon and George Badough were eliminated in. semifinals matches in men's and boys' singles, respectively, "but L i g o h and Bill Harris remained in the running for a men's doubles semifinals match to be completed" Sun- the eighth inning gave the Allday, and Edith Morton and Harris | Stars an 8-6 victory wer the Elks take the court Sunday in mixed ^ a ^ Tri-Cities League game at doubles semifinals. Ligon bowed to Charles Sampson jof Fort Worth, 6-1, 64. Saturday,!^ (Sampson now goes against Bobby j All-Stars Mp Elks Bobby Mendez*- two-run double Southern Alkali Field yesterday. R a ' Garcia pitched the distance All-Stars. Totals a--Hied out for .Nichols in Stto, b--Rao Tor Elliott in 9lh. Brooklyn ."....000 200 012--5 Boston , , ...B10 000 101--3 E--Torgeson. Pafko. Roe. KBI--Gor'don. Torgeson 2, Cos. Kobinaoa, FnriHo 2. 2B-Robinson. HartsBeld. Jethroe. HR-Gor- iloo. Kobinson. S--Hoe. Left--Brooklyn 6. Boston 2. BB--Nlccois 4. SO--Roe 4. -NichOJS 2 HO--Nichols 4 in-8 Innings; Sain 3 ;n 1. WP--Klchols 2, Winner--See n6-2.Loser- JJichoIs (7-4K U--Gore, Conlan, Stewart, T--2:13. A--13,513. .. ^, fhft Khoduj* ot Soluwa.r Pertocl*, M tinted below, tils Been taken trom Jobs \lden KniKfifa SOLUNAK TABLES, '"a four days so Wat TOU will b« fish- in (tooa territory or Jninting tn noed to ov^r rturlnn thwe tnd Ui» best sport Ttii *}*jor peilods «f» »now« tn bol-lfac* vpo rhe»« b«Rln »t tri« times rtiown »nd ass tor an hour and « n»tt or two soura i Harris, of Houston and formerly |* Jim Van Blarcum and Slim Nagj' of Corpus Clu-isti, Sunday in men's ran R close race in more ways than one at Corpus Ghristi Speedway here last night. Van Blarcum topped the lield in first places in the night's hot i-od card, but. Nagy was just be- 5S|hind. It vas the same way in the main event, won by Van Blarcum, tight American Association 8MUT *" r '" ul 82 w ..1,1 3i .T1 .W singles finals. Harris won over Ken Crawford of Dallas, 5-7, 9-7, 6-4. Saturday to reach the finals. 1 Badough was eliminated from boys' : singles by Homer Baker of Ho'uston, 6-1, 6-0, as his nervousness hampered him against the more-experienced fiaker, , In the delayed men's doubles ... ... __ ..,,. ...- Van EOarcum "tool: the warmupjmatch, LJgon and Bill Harris were ^ r f.? r " r t-vpr. ) °,« ln o r t S"owh« sh °«nwto n r race. th c third heat race, and the (locked in a struggle with Bobby i | uration. " ! feature, while Nagy won the fii-st i Harris and Sid Nikols of Houston }»«(* »i : v° ""'"' S M"«. a MiZ' n Min. M«j.lhcat race, the Australian pursuit | when rain postponed completion 1 ! \nKtt«t ' .v M. '.!'*· !and'pushed Van Blarcxim tn tbciot the-match-vmtil'Sunday niora- ! :« MOTtoy slS -IS ?iw .i!i»!feature, ~ Ung. The Corpus Christi pair had| ! . ,819,1(1 ··''"' 1( !JXiijRV«le MiUm (·) H»d Cuutvtr*; CUrtu («, Lov.lac* Otulcy a n d 1-4. MllB'"uk«» 9, Oolumhu* 1 S-10 Thursday Krlrtay Tuesday iff-io »'iw tirn 4 : ; s! ^ ol) K''^clins tooU the second {dropped the first set, 10-8, and the it'-.o 4:is n-so .nitttiheat race ami Tommy Mat-low the!second set Uart run to 4-4 before U . 0 5:n» . *:(»·; ' ,!;in ««0 12:23 .._ I'M ";IJf 1:30 7.-4J 1:,% *:!« !:M S:4fl i:4S »:iw 3:is ».-» S:40 »:M 4:ra 10:3* . P«ul 10, (Only t*mr» tcttedulcil). Friday iJt. 8«tiirdsy ·V20 S:t5 (being postponed. consolation event. Both race dates r.cxt week willj All the Corpus Christi players be stock car cards, with hot rodjhad advanced to th« stats Texas pilots gettinK *- vest in preparation Aniatevir Athletic Federation tour- for the "State championship" i-ac«|ney by virtu* of victories in the t;:ia slated for the local track Sept. IS. Corpus Christi City Tournament. ·uy fr*m Yowr DruMiitT*d«y Factory Method PAINT JOB Tailor Made SEAT COVERS Fitted CONVERTIBLE TOP ···1 ' If you are careless . . . you'll soon be a car-less. One of the first points in first aid for your car is a trip ,to R P and M PAINT BODY a n d T R I M SHOP. You'll want the protection and beauty of a new paint job for the coming fall and winter season. You need perfect iitting, tailor-made seat covers to give longer .service and greater pleasure. And if it's a convertible, you'd better have a sound, custom-fitted top with no leaks for the rainy season. -And remember, it's all done at . . . R P M Faint lady Trim Shop Ml N. Wnter Dial 3-1WS w 2-Mlf I 12 Bays Left To Get Your 20% Discount On Famous PAYNE COMPACT FLOOR FURNACE VenteA » 19 Yr. o»*r»ntr Average Five Room Home Can Be Heated For Only $6.39 per month. CAM. TODAY Mr Vonf FKKG Mtrvey. GULF HOME ENGINEERING CO.

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