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THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND SATURDAY, AUGUST 15,1953 Braves r" I ' i ' . 0 i i - yv m iTVI* ·?"*··" jr.-- ITil _ _ , tage NOITOIK uut UT nrsi riace ·"·*%Jr · . . · · ; . , . · ' - . · , . · . · · . · · · . . · 0* wffi on am tn* Hagntora , «s jjaff read «np ISCE ie cr invsi icf is® i up agatn»: N«wport H«w» and Portsmouth. Jftw* will b* mt* £nt and a singk f am* is on JfeHow*d bf'a doable header os Sunday, one o! fkx Jack Larson Hurls Excellent Ball In Relief To Gain Win Big Six Run Roily In Fifth Clinches Verdict Th«y mmaw m crt dly for ,«agl*tOBs em Monday * ffiad th«a to Portssioislfe three dey Wail* Hogenrtown 1* bottling those two dubs the Nor- To**, ib» cliib thai will hav* to be watched, will b» bat- «d Ly^chburg th* iinrt lour dayt cmd then will be idl* ,*chedukd with Hoanokfc. lor the n«xt thi'W days having B Hag«r»!owG'* pitching am hold up they dand cm *scal- ]«nt chctac* of Doming of in the oppi oaching fcries with the ilightly -better them *Ten. Lynchburg may upsot ih» Tors who -have been idle for four days, Final Scorn 7 To 5 * »y*ft|tANIC COLLIY $p»r*t Editor, Memiftff Htrald HagertoTO-iabved back into first place in the red' hot Piedmont League pennant race last night as they defeated the Portsmouth Macs by 7 to 5 score while the Norfolk Tars were idle* The win left the Braves out front by* two percentage points .595 to .593. It was Jack Larson who came on the scene in the fourth inning after the Macs had driven starter Bill Wilson to cover and from there on out the big right bander hurled one Mt baH the only blow being Dom Delia Eocea's honier This fl*a$ wili fenish in week decide where Hagerstown m the seventh round, Starter Bill Williams was not -! tround, at the' finish as tje Braves,; put on^ose big rally in which they Urist year in the Piedmont azetst Of course, throats! and Newport News will be at each others wMle th« 8rcr?*s ere idle durisg the days they are wi Socmekt cmd that might make some cBSisrei * * * * WofM-wtd* eossptiitiQB la tporis/ which sew many fi«lds f was ·xisziddl last year wh*E th« ^ scored six runs and this brought! Charley JJradsbaw into the picture. ! Tht win gave the Braves the ser-i Macs four games to lnt«mctiottcl hors« met was held at Lmrr*l Md« trade woe fids that will be wpeated at Lefurtl on HOY. 7 with iavltertfont to both ioi*iga cmd Amtrican now cehuBn would like to suggitt «t few naxn«s, which, pwbabiy, art drtady being about fee Bnnc«r,-fot ooef And fan Foot the Grwjitr** bandkap ttar, for anothtr? And how fodce? aam« as Eddi« Arecno, Johnny , Longden «tod Bfftatn't feaned fir Gonion Richards And ol couiw, some feana* fwwt acraw tb* «cean» a na^up Sk« thii, th® International rac* would be »port» ItatiaM «f fte ye«; R widd be a tre- clfancoc for tht 1953 s«cnon of the sport of kings, a ·earn whidi ia* been on* of ** most succescful oi dl , Inrtfrnaf iomlnmng is not new, but matcher held 1952 «vf»f wre /^r /row Ttitrty years ago Zev r the American star, took on Papyrus, the British standout* in a race at Betmont Park. Zev, with Earl Sande up, won at a jmU md^a half. The winner received $80,000 and a goM cup* Jhe next year, 1924, Epinard, a French champion, was brought to the 17. S. to meet such Arnertcajt champions as Wise Counsellor, Ladkm and Sarazen. Epinardlost all three races, ~ - , - " . ' - - . That ended International racing until 1952 when Laurel ttagcd a very swxessful event, : In to yeafs production, the field consisted of two Eng~ Jft horses, a~crman entry, one Canadian runner and three American campaigners. Among the jockeys were Arcaro and Longden. --. * + * * If Dick Kelly, sports editor 61 the Daily Meal is on his , £here is a good chance that the annual goli trophy bf« by the Chesapeafe® Associated Press group wUl take honors. Play if being held todav over the Fountain Head Country Qttb course. Best of luck, Dick. w5I Be centered on th« »iutm tonight at Hew- Gein iarly TQZ Merrimacs tallied a run !a thsir half of the second on 2 walk to Ken Gtiettler and Ed Neighbors triple to deep center. Portsmouth made it 4 to 0 in the jfourih and sent starter Bfll Wilson 'the sfeowers with Jack Larson! coming oa to hurl. With one out Jenis smgled to left and Neighbors sin^td to right. Peete reached on Bin Wilson's error and the bags were loaded. Land rapped a single into left scoring a pair and Williams singled to left scoring Peete. Larson went to the mound walking Bella Eocca only to have Cornwell Mt into * double play. The Braves put on a six ran rally after two were out in the fifth to take the lead over the Macs. Blake, singled and Concannon doubled. Larson fanned but Zinn filed to center scoring Blake. Myers drew a walk and Fizzitola singled scoring t-oncanrion. Barrett walked and Laguna poked a single into right sending in two runners, ^ Srtv*s Stagt Rally Guyton doubled scoring a pair and Blake ended the round with a grounder to Cornwell. The Braves led 6 to 4. Bradshaw was on the mound to pitch to Blake. , Bom Bella Eocca hit over the center field fence to open the Macs seventh inning making it 6 to 5 in favor of the Braves. Bob Myers opened with a double for the Braves in the seventh and went to third on Pizzitola's safe bunt along the third base line, scoring on Barretts long fly to center. The Braves led 7 to 5. PORTSMOUTH AB II M 0 A. Bella Rocca, ss ,.,.. 4 1 1 1 3 Cornwell, 2b ........ 3 0 1 2 4 Wheeler, 3 b ....,,. 3 0 0 0 1 Qfcuettler, If ......... 3 1 0 0 0 Jenis, Ib ........... 4 1 1 8 1 Neighbors, cf .... .*... 4 1 R 2 4 0 Peete,-rf 4 1 0 S 0 Land, c /: . . . . . . 3 0 1 6 1 Williams, p 2 0 ,1 0 0 Bradshaw, p .»\..... 1 0 0 0 0 a-North 1 0 0 0 0 Ust Ntahf't Rtsuits Hagerstowc 7, Portsmouth 5 Newport News 5, "York 3 Eiehmond 2, Lynchburg 1 Sfimitfts of th* Clubs W» t« Pet. Hagerstows .... 66 Norfolk . 6 4 Newport News .. 66 Portsmouth 58 York .,...,«,«. 53 * 44 ..41 Bidnsond 45 44 47 54 54 65 69 11 21 ,$95 .593 .584 .518 .495 .404 .S7S Tonight York at Portsmouth' Norfolk tt Lynchburg (2) Hagerstown at Newport News American League Y*sf*rd$y'$ Results York at Philadelphia, ppd, New rsis Washington hicago ?, Detroit 0 Cleveland S, St. Louis New York Chicago Cleveland Boston Washington Philadelphia straight games as a .relief pitcher Ben Flowers (above) set a new major league mark for .reliefers. The' old major league mark of seven straight relief appearances was jointly held by Firpo Marberry of Washington, set in~ 1925, and George Spencer of the New York Giants, who equalled the seven straight in 1951. (International) TOTAl^S 32 5 7 24 10 a-Grounded out for Bradshaw Oth. pert HtWft wkm* the Bror«» on ploying FRANK COU-EF. Good Morning! Duffcy To- Hiif 1 For Old Mates Sonsy Duffey* one of the Jde- p«»knt~ Le£gB£*s -fep Curlers fee- fere Jw joined the Havy, -R'Hl be feaeis* in tije usitarm o£ Ms old K£t**--the St. James Bluejays-- temotraw. . Coirentiy faome on a short leave, Stefitey wiH pitch for the Blueiays in * 2:' Express PriSIs The Posy Express team of the Pony League has slated three practice* sessions Isr today, Tuesday and Thursday, at Pony League Park. This siorning's drffl starts at 10 o'clock,, with the weekday workouts starting at 5:30. A meeting of the oieers, tains and sponsors of the Class Pioneer Bowling League will efatrnpsooship dub of 1361, when he elgfet wins against two de- been pitching quite a bit in letta, tervice, and ntturiHJy to sec how lie Impendent League are? on Thursday; August 20, at 8 p. m. ai* Turner's Coliseum. President J. F. Metz would like to have a full representation. Pirates To Practice at 5:30: of the Pony Monday eve- HAGERSTOWN AB 3mn, 2b .............. 4 Myers, Ib ........... 3 PizzHola, If ..... 4 Barrett, cf c rf 3b . Concannon, Wilson, p , Larson, p » TOTALS ,.4 -1 2 H 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 in 30 7 7 27 IS Portsmouth ,..,,...« 010 300 100--5 Hage.rstown ........ 000 060 1 Ox--1 iLand! Campbell In Lead After Firsl Round By PHiL MANGELSDORF PABKERSBUHG, W. Va. Aug. 14 {ffi--Billy Campbell of Huntington took the first round lead in the 21st annual West Virginia Open Gblf Tournament here today with a seven-under-par 65, two strokes ahead of the heavily favored Sam Snead. Campbell, as methodical as pendulum, captured eight birdies and went over par on just one hole to set the pace for the field of par fighters who completed the first 18 holes of the three-day, 72- hole medal affair. Close on the heels of Campbell B--Wilson. RBI--N 2,.wmiams, zian, pizzivoi«, SB--Con cannon, Guy ton, Myers. SB --Net ghbors. HR--Delia Rocca. DP --Concasnon, Zinn and Myers; Zinn, Concannon and *Myers, Left--Portsmouth 5, Kagerstown 4. BB~Wilson 2, Williams 5, Larsoir 3. SO--Williams 5, Bradshaw 1. HO--Wilson, S in S 1-3 innings: Williams, 5 in 4 2-3; Larson, 1 in 5 2-3; Bradshaw. 2 in 3 1-3. R ER--Wilson 4-3, Williams 6-, Larson 1-1. Bradshaw 1-1. Balk--Williams." Winner --Larson 11-6. Loser--Willi«^ms 12- ing of Huntington.and state amateur champion M Tutwiler oi Charleston, each with a 69. A gallery of 100 or so sun-baked fans faithfully toured the par-72, 6,100-yard Parkersbjirg Country Club layout to watch k Snead set out after his seventh open crown. He is the U--Parker ·774. and Burns. T--1:53. PLAN CHANNEL SWIM DOVER, England, Aug. 14 A second attempt by Florence Chadwick to swim the English Channel round trip, non-stop, is planned Aug. 18. The 33-year-old San Diego Marathon swimmer and her advisers will meet toaight or tomorrow and decide the hour and location where she will try again. NO LAND HONORED CHICAGO, Aug. 14 W -- Gen. Bob Neyland of the University of Tennessee today was voted, the 1953 Football Writers Association of AmeriA award for his contributions to the game as coach of the Volunteers spanning 27 years, The award, a huge silver cup, wiH be presented to Gen. Neyland at a banquet at HnoxviBe nest Tuesday. at Bostos.^ppd, rais Red Ennis Has Edge On Cards Richmond Coifs Swctp Series' Off -Lynclibiiff'' Winning By 2 To 1 r Richmond, V*., An£.'i41il--Te lUchinond Colts, behind fee eight- Mt pitching of the veteran Hed En- ms, edged ie Lynehburg ard ffiais, 2-1, here tonight to make clean sweep of the four-game ser iss. A slim crowd of 364 saw the game. . . . Ennis was in-and out of trouble, leaving 11 Cardinals stranded, to score his eleventh victory of the year against aine losses. only run. was ."an- Frank 6«U»jr lr ** ** Gaytoa Horton Lagtma Myers » Barrett 31 218 43 255 SIS 245 350 39S 248 S10 202 Es?sh. Ccnccnos Slack 34 MUler .... 70 Wilson .... 53 Lenthe Larson 5 » S 4i 62 4S 31 41 S 32 29 5 7 3 5 11 «S 13 75 ?3 71 S2 101 IS 45 47 14 15 12 S a 7 322 43 !294 Roses Downed By Bums 5-3 Uitzieker Snuff* Oyf Threatening Roily By York In R«fi«f Holt YORK, Pa.» Aug. 14 (fi-Gleus McMinn hurled six Mtless innings 43 - 290 . , , needed S 5« UiMcke? *11 J35 22 .233 24 .233 7 .217 7 .214 5 .203 4 .200 5 .158 Team .,..3765 628 938 164 53 35 533 W L 75 36 70 44 64 64 55 47 48 52 59 65 Pet .676 .814 ,571 earned. It came as the result of; an error by Frank Santora and allowed Manager John Sullivan to score from third base. Sullivan, whose Cardinals now have lost 10 of their last 11 games, had doubled and moved to third' on an infield single by; Frank Beaa. Although outhit, the Colts bunched four of their sis safeties to send Bob Heinz down to his sixth defeat in seven decisions. The Colts tied the score.in the fourth with one but when they loaded the bases os a walk sad shales by Bay Poole and Bos Pope. Santora singled past Sullivan for the run. The Colts.scored the winning run in the fifth as Ennis opened with I single, was sacrificed to second Burgos and crossed the Lenthe Lftrson Slack . Wllsos Miller . Won 11 . S , 11 . 12 ..19 . 12 Frt. £ .J»S S !«47 S .571 3 .S2S «12 .500 help the ainth is protect Newport News' 5-3 Piedmont Loop victory over York's White Eoses tonight Unzieker came to the monad with the tying runs on base and one out in the ninth to snuff out the Koses threat by striking out Mafv Jones and getting Jim Snyder on an easy Infield grounder. Four successive hits after two men were out in the first inning Jaycees run lead. Singles by Charlie Neal, Lou Colombo, and John Glean and a double by Stan Wasiak produced the three runs. McMinn lost his magic touch in the seventh when York tallied aE its runs. Van Durham, Sam Me; Cain and Charlie Buck singled to drive over the first one. Jim Say* jder's triple scored McCain ana . iBuck with the others. *420 j8vi long double to left. Allows Thret Hits, Strikes Out 16 The Jaycees took oa the best the 13vi B ? /"* »W* *? u «rus»eu uie Junior League had to offer at City .482 2LH pkte^ea^jHiJFraiik Sangalli Sjp ark yesterday evening, and came up with a 4-0 victory as lefty Dave Duffey set the loop's all-star team down with three scattered hits. Anxious to prove they rightfully deserve the championship they won during the regular season, the Jaycees belted two runs across the plate in the first and added two more in the fifth. Moats* double chased home the first two markers, and Wilson's single drove in the third and fourth tallies. Duffey, a key figure as the Jay- Detroit 40 73 .354 36 St. Louis 39 11 .33638% Today's Gamts New Y«rk at Philadelphia-- Sain (10-6) vs. 3yrd (10-13) WashingtoE at Boston (2) -Stobbs (7-8) and Porterfield (14-9) vs. Flowers (1-1) and Henry (2-2) Chicago at Detroit-Johnson (22) vs. Gray (7-12) Only Games Scheduled f National League - Yesterday's Results Chicago 11, Milwaukee 4 Philadelphia at New York postponed rain Pittsburgh at Brooklyn postponed, rain Cincinnati 2, $t Louis 1 . W L Pet. OB Brooklyn 74 37 .667 -Milwaukee 68 47 .591 8 Philadelphia 61 49 .55T 1236 St. Louis 60 51 ,541 14 New York 53 55 .491 19% Cincinnati 52 63 .452 24 Chicago 44 67 .396 30 Pittsburgh 38 SI .318 40 Today's Games Pittsburgh at Brooklyn -- Face (5-4) vs Meyer (12-5) Milwaukee at Chicago -- Spahn (15-5) vs Church (7-5) Philadelphia at New York (2)-Simmons (10-9) and Bidzik (7-5) vs Jansen (10-9) and.Grissom (1-1) St. Louis at Cincinnati-- Haddix (14-5) vs Collum (5-7) or Podbielan (5-13) (night) After 2- W*ek Layoff · ^ ' ' · ; · - . . . - . . · - - ·· ' ,"·'· '·'. · ' . · ' A »*m^i4 i ^i · »«e JiY T CHBU»e · A» » H O A i Dean, cf 5 O 2 2 0 Baselici, If.......... 4 0 1 2 0 Wallace. Ib 3 0 O S 1 Sanders, 3l ......... 3 0 01 3 Deira^se. 2b 4 - 0 3-4 5 Heinz, is ............ 3 0 0 0 1 TOfAljS ......... 33 1 S 24 15 RICHMOND AB R H O A Sangalli, 3b ........ 2 0 1 0 0 Poole. cf 4 1 1,3, 0 Montiero, If 4 0 1 2 0 Dansby, If 0 0 0 0 0 Pope, Ib 3 0 1 9 0 Santora. 2b ......... 2 0. 1 3 5 Olin, c' 3 O ' O 7 1 TOTALS ·....., - rt * 25. ~2 6 2T 12 Lynchburg ^ ........ 001 000 000--1 Richmond 000 110 OOx -- 2 E -- Santora. HBI -- Santora, San- glli, 2B -- Sullivan, Demarse, Sangalli, Baselici. SB-- Wallace. S-Burgos, Heinz. DP^ -- Demarse, Sullivan and Wallace; Sullivan, De- tnarse and Wallace, 2; Santora, Burgos and Pope. L.eft -- ^Lynchburg 11, Richmond 6. BB -- Ennis 4, Heinz 8. SO-- Ennis S r H«inz 1. ' HBP--- Ennis (Shepfcerd). Winner -- Ennis 11-9. looser -- ^Heinz 6-7. U-- Chisholm and Healy. T-- 1:53. A-- 264. SIGURA IS VICTOR RIMINI, Italy, Aug. 14 W -Pancho Segura of Ecuador whipped Australia's Frank Sedgman and Ken McGregor to win a two- day international professional tennis at this Adriatic resort. The .Latin American beat Sedgman in the final 6-8, 64, 6-3 yesterday. On Wednesday, Pancho routed McGregor 6-1, 6-3* s. T/^k D^fil i Mfl A ialf titles, turned in his usual brilliant hill performance. He struck out 16, running his season's total to 101, and recorded his fifth shut- -± -T -; 12 rr out in the bargain. B.EWPORT SEWS Mack, 3b ....« GionfrMdo, If .. Xeal,- ss ....*_..»«. Colombo, rf «,^.TM^.. Glenn, cf ..·»«.«··'·«» Wasiak. 2b»«.,,«...- Lynk, Ib «.-xr..,. -- .. Elkins. c M .~ «=..:.... McMinn, p ..«.«,,.«,. Unzieker. p .»»:·«.. TOTAI-S ...««.. 35 5 1 0 2 7 8 Y-ORK AB Rr: Lindquist, SS ....... 4 Arroyo, 3b .........4 Durham, If ........... 4 McCain, Ib ,,..,.·... 4 Buck, rf ........... 3 Tasby, cf ...........« 4 Jones, c Kinsey, p « 2 a-Kress 1 Jancse, p «, .. 0 a-Grounded out 7ti. Newport News . 33 for 3 S 27 12 Kinsey ia 302 000 000-^5 Activity Tomorrow By Jot Snyder The Washington^ County, South Mountain and Independent Leagues get back in the groove ^gain tomorrow, after a two-week layoff for all bat four of the 20 dubs in the sandlot circuits. Kain wiped out the entire amateur schedule last Sunday, and only two of the games were played off during the week. MyersviHe trimmed Funkstown in' the Mountain loop and Chewsville stopped Keedysville in the Independent. Incidentally, Myersville's 4-2 win over the Massers Wednesday pulled the Frederick County club to INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Ottawa 7, Springfield 3* Montreal 8-1, Rochester 446 Buffalo 6, Syracuse 4 Baltimore 4-0, Toronto 2-4 Forty-two species of termites live on Barro Colorado island in 'the Canal Zone. LIADING MITTIR in th* National League, Monte Irvin of the Gitnt* poiaU out hit injured ankle to his wife, Dee, in their Ortftfe, N. J., home where he is resting it. It is the same ankle that Irrki took* in am exhibition game at Denver early fa l»52. (Inter- game o pace-setting Funkstown. And to say the Massers are a little cctaceraed about the situation would be putting it ioM- ly.r-.;-."'- : '·.;-:-.. " - · '. ··' · Tomorrow the leaders face perensial feouMe maker--Boonsboro--at Fankstown. The YeUow- jackets .are 3V^ games off the pace now but nave as outside chance of winding up the season in a first- place tie, providing a Boonsboro protest now up for a decision goes in its favor. The Jackets charge Gapland with using ineligible players in an earlier game won by that dub, and if the protest is upheld, Boonsboro stands to pick up a victory and shed a defeat, Funkstowa has won 14 and dropped three at this writing^ while the Jackets have a 10-6 log. Second-place MyersviHe (134) has become one of the league's most feared clubs in its first season, but looks for more than a little trouble tomorrow at Gaplasd. Although out of the running itself» Gapland still can sit back and make life miserable for the contenders, and that's just what it intends to do. The circuit's fourth- place dwellers have split even in 16 outings. Sharpsburf, erstwhile occupant of the loop basement, makes another stab tt winning its first game when it entertains fifth-place Keedysville (4-12). Sharpsburg has lost 14 times and * win tomorrow would represent more of a Victory thananything else . moral County Ltogut ^ Williamsport, still hanging on for dear Mfiin the mad dash for 'the Washington County Leag_ue busting, anticipates little difficulty against Hagerstown. tomorrow. Hagerstown probably will stiH be thinking about that 35-2 thumping it took the last time the two dubs met when the locals make the-short hop to the river town. Smithsburg; which trails the Biliport^rs by Just 3S percentage points, plays host to a formidable Fayetteville nise which it must get by to stay in the fight. Fayetteville holds third place with an 8-6 record. Middleburg journeys to Greea- castle in the third game Sunday. The all-stars used three pitchers --Baker, Eversole and St. Clair-and between them they gave up five blows. The game wound up the year's activities for the Junior League. AH-Stara .0000000-0 3 1 Jayctcs 200 020 x--4 S 1 Bak*r, Ev«rso!t, $t. Clair and Fareine; Duffty and McDowtH. -^--;--'· v i Pierce Hurls | 6-Hitter As Sox Win, 7-0 DETROIT, Aug. 1* (A -- Stylish Bfily Pierce ran his scoreless streak to 34 2-3 innings tonight in pitching the Chicago White Sox to a 7-0 victory- over the Detroit Tigers before 31,101 fans. The slim but speedy southpaw gave up six hits in posting his third straight shutout and sixth of the season. It was Pierce's fifth straight win and extended his record to 16;7 --Ms best mark in six years in jtbe majors. His mates gave him a 4-run working margin in the first inning, although aH he needed was a single run. The. Sox kayo'd young Billy Hoeft in the opening frame, scoring oa a walk to leadoff batter Chico Carrasqud, a sacrifice, and singles by Minnie Mincso, Sam York 000 000 300--3 E--Jones, Lindquist, RBI--GlenB, Wasiak 2. Lynk 2, Buck, Snyder 2. 2B--Wasiak. 3B -- Snyder. HK-DP--Snyder, kindquist and Left--Newport News 7, York 5. BB--McMinn 1, Kinsey 4. SO--McMinn 8, .Unzieker 1, Kinsey 4, Jancse 1. HO--McMinn, 6 in i 1-3 innings; Unzieker, 0 in 2-3; Kinsey, 10" i n - 7 ; Jancse, 0 in 2. R ER--McMinn 3-3, Kinsey 5-o. HBP--McMinn. (Buck).- Winner --McGinn. Loser--Kinsey 7-5. U -Schwartz, Holcombe, Braica. T-2:10. A--950 (Estimated). The highest hill in Cornwall, England, is called "Brown Willy** from its old Celtic name Brya Whelli. Accredited The Antietm Redbirds, who have been resting atop Independent League heap for virtually the entire season, travel to Security tomorrow to meet the runner-up Cementmakers. Security's spirited performance in recent games has made it one of the most respected clubs in the league, and it bids fair to give the Redbirds a rough time. Antietam (15-2) owns a three- game lead over the Cemenianakers. Halfwy returns to ity}Park to entertaia the St. James Bfoejays, Clear Sprisg plays at Seedy svffle and Chewsville at Sandy Hook to round oat the day's program. Starting time^for all the games is 2:30. CLASSIFIED ADS Moke Interesting Reading For Readers BUT BETTER YET- The Results Art TERRIFIC For Advertisers PHONE 5131 Just Ask Fbr A Classified Ad Taker tslus a fly ball by Jim Rivera. Chicago 400 801 025-7 12 6 Detroit 00ft 868 000-0 6 3 Pierce and Wilson; Eoeft, Marlowe (1), Scarborough ,(7), Madison (9) and Batts. SERVICE Only Genuine Maytag Parts Used HT Maytag Sales Service 26 Wo Fmnklla Street Phon* 5647 LITTLE LEAGUER RICHBUKG, N. Y. r Aug. 14 ©-- Edward Case, 12, of nearby Angelica was injured fatally today when hit in the chest by a pitched ball in a Little League baseball game. Edward ran to first after he was hit; then collapsed. He was dead on arrival at a hospital in Wells- viHe. The game between Richburg and Angelica teams was called off. West Virginian Upset CHICAGO, Aug. 14 (55-West Virginia's state champion, 16-year-old Berridge Long, today was upset by Anne Richardson, 17. Columbus, Ohio, 2 and 1, in the title match of the 27th annual Women's West- em Junior Golf Tourney. THE DEPENDABLE BOTTLED GAS SERVICE Ne Wirts er Pef«$ fe Blow Down $14,75 Meteied Ga* Service Noa-Metered Serviec 99.7S §ee the n e w e s t automatic ranges, water beater a»d Servel Fne Jones Gas Co. W. Mtmoria! Blvd. Ph«ne 24 and Currant ixpeniat 127 W. Washing*

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