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PAGE S THE ANDERSON HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 30, 19K Anderson Vs. Horace Mann, Bloomington Vs. Belleville Tonight Host England Is Sentimental Soccer Favorite By HENRY W. THORNBERRY UPI Sports Writer LONDON (UPD —Host England is the sentimental and betting favorite to beat West, /v ... nlln ,. p ,i r mnK Germiny in Saturday's World, ^S ym ;' Ston^S „ /T. £• i * iirAmMni ann owccicn in uuaiiiyjnu (itiiuii; Soccer Cup final at Wembley^ advanccd £ y j.^ with Stadium. (Argentina and defeating Switz-i The oddsmakers quoted En-' erland Spajn Uruguay andl gland as the 4-7 choice West: IUlssja • j Germany, the 1954 champion is " ' - , 9?nnn u ,| rated at 6-* odds to beat A special 22m P°WU, ANDERSON'S OtYMPICS - Host leo.n in the Indiana Babe Ruth boys' baseball classic is the Anderson Olympics. They met Bloomingtan's scrappy outfit in the second game of the first round Friday. Left to right, ore: Iron! row - Dave Nichols, Keith Barnes, Gary Erskine, batboy Tim Albea, Tom Hale, Will,e McNeece, Rodney Hilliard, and Terry May; back row - Manager Jack Westrkk, Bob Ellingwood, David Davis, Doug Davis, Gary Jones, Ron Ausbvn, Dale Adding- lon, Gary DeSuller, John Wilson, Coaches Willie Beher and Ed Davis. (Herald Pholo) A special ($61.600) bonus 22.000 will be shared ; FRANKLIN UT-T-L'L L-E-A-G-U-L English team if it wins.|p ay Less-Campbell 301 001-5 3 Britons. 003 000—3 4 'i' Mason, J. Berry 3. and G. . , „ i • , . . . atch game pay of 23 pounds: MoUct> D Bennett 3; P. Riffe Senators Top Boston Twice In 2 Games WASHINGTON (AP) - Ken He-Mullen's two-out single drove Paul Casanova home with the winning run in the 15th inning as the Washington Senators defeated the Boston Red Sox 6-5 Friday night and completed a sweep of their doubleheader. The Senators game 13-4. won the first |(S«.40> a man. :and J. Ervin. hv Park- Bii-rt sarpllttp radsun iu change T^att^m^ihc T2nd Gorman Coadi Helmut This act on ma ks me ,«M - d w had a contest played in .the to ^! ?hancQ lo win its SCCO nd tiUe ' which in 12 >' ears - r h bi Wash ab r Ptroclli ss 3011 Brinkmti ss 5 1 Foy 3b 4 1 J 0 Saverine 2b 5 2 2 0 Dt'incfer If 4000 MrMulIn 3h 5010 Cnpliaro rf 4 t 1 1 Valntinc r( 5 3 4 3 Scott Ib 4121 Howard If 3 1 .T 4 Thomas If 4011 KrXld pr-lf 2100 Hyan c 3000 Lock cf 3110 0000 Blsngmo 2b 0 « 0 0 4000 Harrclsn Ib 3220 1 0 0 n Casanova c 4 1 1 2 0000 Richer! p 4112 2 1 1 (I 33 J 74 Totals 39 13 15 12 Gary Erskine Gets Nod For Locals In 2nd Cnntlmird From Pace One i Dan Carlson and induced Bil) to shortstop for the final out. Levee put down another Gary threat in the third inning after Padlo opened with a triple. Levee then struck out Gerald 'Martinez, got Guy Williams on ; a papup and retired George (Gonzales on a fly to center ' field. Belleville got two more runs in the .top of the fourth inrfng. Lubclski and Soos scored on Rhoades' single with two out j as Carlson momentarily lost control for Mann, issuing three ! walks in the inning. ! Again in the bottom of the I fourth Mann threatened but to 1 no avail. With two on and no outs, Levee struck out pinch: hitter Dave Zacharias and Bill Strange and got Padlo on a grounder to shortstop. Horace Mann finally squeezed! in two runs on Guy Williams' single. Don Moore's ground rule double and George Consales' single, all to right field. Levee batted in South Bend's first run in the sixth inning, scoring Soos from third base on a routine grounder in that direction. Rhoades tallied the second run of the inning on Gary Duddleson's single. BellevQle exploded for six more runs in the seventh inning as Gary's manager elected to stay with pitcher Zacharias, who walked four batters and hit one in the inning. Gary Erskme scored Anderson's Erst run in the top of the fourth, smacking a long double to left field, taking third on a passed ball and scoring as Willie McNeese beat out a scratch grounder. The Olympics threatened in the fifth. Keith Barnes walked end a stormy series in four European teams reached the semi-finals Eor the first time since 1934. South American teams Play Due To Showers M3DDLETOWN — A iiown-1 pour of rain last Wednesday B. and Thursday made postpone- Smith 2b Brandon p Osinski p Ixmtxirs p TnlulK Boston WaiUnitim Bnindon L, 3-5 Osinski Lonborg Richer! W. 1(1.9 !) Oflfl 000 112 — 1 02fl 191 Oflx— 13 h r cr bb so fi 7 -t 1 ] 1-3 5 5 0 1 (1 2-n 2 i 74418 (Second Game) 10(1 000 101 100 1(10-5 17 2 Wnsh. 002 100 000 100 101—fi 17 0 Sheldon. McMahon 7, Wyatt 9. "England and Germany play: men t necessary, of the lndustrinlistiKman^3/stange°:i4 and fV/iman'. same type of game. , men's golf Isague The losingiSchoen said, "going hard into ip i ay at valley View course, eas* ms charged! Hie tackle, but always aiming O f Middletown. Chairman Allen at the ball." NEW YORK (UPI) -Hanov- Laiigford says registered for officials with "trickery and robber}'." England as h o s t nation, did not hare to ffo through the _ _ . preliminary qualifying rounds.'per game during the 1948 Thursday. The British reached the final football season to set a small round by tying Uruguay and college record that has not then beating Mexico. Fvance.ibeen broken. that linksmen last week's matches will shoot at the same er College averaged 624.1 yardsjtimes next Wednesday asd There are 582.000 registered nursss in the U.S. Kline 9. Cox 12. Li •a. WP—Lines :t-5. HK—Casanova 3-1. 8th. KANSAS CITY (UPI) -Lew Krausse and Jack Aker combined efforts to pitch the Kansas City Athletics to a 4-1 win over the Detroit Tigers Friday. ANCHOR HOCKING HONEY GOLD GLASSWARE IN DISTINCTIVE ITALIAN THUMB-PRINT DESIGN ALL 4 SIZES AVAILABLE NOW!!! 5 OZ....8 OZ....12 OZ...'15 OZ.... "FREE" WITH 10 GALLON GAS PURCHASE! WEEKEND DX STATION/STORE SPECIALS DAVIS DAIRY MILK Homagcniiod '•* Gi !/ 2Go ,41< DIETZEN'S BREAD Itt-lb loaf 5/ $ l EGGS GRADE A Hodium 2 d ,,89* ABOVE AVAILABLE AT ALL 7 EVERYBODY'S DX EXPRESS LANE STATIONS Ever I oorp. "You are always RIGHT with a DX or Everybody's OIL CREDIT CARD" Dct " ah rhrl K. City Wcrt 3b J l) 1 0 C'mpnris ss l.umpc 2b 4 D o o Hopoz Ib Northnip rf 4 0 0 0 Ilrhbrfir Kalir.fi cf -1020 Cater If Cash Ib 3010 Charles 3b Horton If -1121 Green 2h Frcchan c 4000 Nossek cf Oyler ss 30 0 0 Roof c Podros p 1000 Krausse p Wood ph 1000 Akcr p Wckrshm p 0 0 0 0 Brown ph 1010 Gladding p 0 0 fl 0 Totals 32 1 7 1 Totals Detroit Kansas City 1 2 3000 and David Davis singled, advancing to second base on the throw .to third. Nichols struck out, however, to end the inning. Erskine's leadoff double in :he sixth went for naught when he young left-hander tried to stretch it into a triple and was easily thrown out at third base. Gary Erskine is expected to take the mound for the Olympics tonight in the "must" t ;ame with Gary Horace Mann at 6 o'clock. The winners. South Bend and Bloomington, clash at 8:15, the winner of that one advancing to the championship game. It's all uphill for the rest as another loss means elimination from the tournament. A large crowd estimated at between 1,200 and 1,500 viewed the game, including a 1 a r gs delegation from Bloomington which made the trip to watch their team turn in a creditab ; e performance in edging the host Olympics. Boxes: r. 4000 Bcllville (S.B.) rl ""[Rhodes, rf-lf "?? ! Hay. If-rf - ";?jDucldleson. 2b '}?!|peterson. cf 5 ? ' ? ? Polllns. c - 3 ^ 9» Frasier, Ib 4 f! J ? Luljelski, 010 00(1 Oft— 1 010 IXKWIOx— 4 h r cr bh sn Soos, 3b 0 Levee, p . n Treadway, It II Riley. rf 0 Powell. 2b 0 AB R . 3 2 3 1 5 0 0 0 Chicago Rally Topples Nets In 14 Contest NEW YORK (AP) - Glenn Beckert's bases-loaded single with two out En the eighth inning drove in two runs and lifted the Chicago Cubs to a 7-4 victory over the New York Mets Thursday night. The Cubs had loaded the bases against reliever Jack Hamilton 9n an infield single, catcher's interference and an error. After Hamilton struck out Adolpho Phillips for the second out of the inning, Beckert singled. A wild pitch and New York's third error of the inning Chi «b r b bi NT ab r h bi Phillips 4100 Hunt 2h 4010 Beckert 2b 5022 Brssoud ss 4 1 Williams it 5001 Coyer 3b 31 Santo 31) 4121 .[fines cf 40 Altman If 5000 Swoboda If 4 1 Banks Ib 4 1 .1 0 Elliot rf 41 Almlftno pr 0100 Grote c 4000 Thomas Ib 1000 Krnpool Ib 4000 x-Hundly c 4120 Fisher p 1 0 0 t) Kessngr as 5131 Suthcrlnd p 0000 Iloltzman p 4 1 2 1 Murphy ph 1010 Hamilton p 0 0 0 0 Green p 0000 Totals 411 14 6 Totals 33 4 fi 4 x-reached first on catcher's interference Chicago M 002 OttV-7 New York 300 001 000-4 E-Beckeri. Grolc, Elliot, Kranepool. DP-Chicago 1, New York 2. LOB-Chicago 10, New 2B-Ke York 4. ineer, Boyer. HR-Santo (23rd). Swoboda (7th), Elliot (2nd). SB-Phillips, ip h r er bb so Hollzman W, 5-10 9 64126 Fisher 5 124 4 1 2 Sutherland 2 00001 Hamilton L, MO 1 23011 •een 1 00000 Fisher pitched to 3 batters In 6th. PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jose Pagan's two-out, three-run double climaxed a four-run rally in , . , ,, . thp eiffhth innine that shot the drilled a double to lett-centei tneeignm inning mdc MIOLUH.. n i oop ; no «i» hasps Paean National League-leading Pittsburgh Pirates past Philadelphia 5-3 Friday night. Roberto Clemente forced Alley at second, but Short walked Bonn Clendenon, loading the 3ases. Pagan then came up and BtOOMINGTON'S ENTRY — Bloomington's scrappy entry in tfie Indiana Babe Ruth boys' baseball double-eliminations here met Anderson's host Olympics in the second gome af Memorial Stadium, Left to right, are: front row — Dave Behrman, John Walden, Brance Stogisdill, Paul Norman, Dove Tabereoi/x, Monty Critchlow, Ralph Smith and Him Thompson; second row — Manager Noble Bush, batboy Dan Swafhrd, Grani Watts, Joe Greenwell, Mark Litz, Mike Watson, Roger Cowden, Steve Gobert, Fred Rose, Coaches Merle Hill and Torn Whitaker. (Herald Photo! South Carolina Loses Title, Financial Aid To 3 Stars Is Reason [ty of Monmouth Park arew sev- COLUMBIA, S.C. (UPI) —[served by, releasing the namesjen 2-year-old equine misses and, The University of South Caroli- of the players," Dietzd said. lit all start, victory will be worth na lost its 1965 Atlantic Coast! "It is an extremely regretta- : S64,449 of a total purse of $107,- Jonference football co-cham-jble thing. I particularly feeL"H5. pionship Friday because of bad for the athletes who played! Aqueduct, \vindmg up opera- Four Tracks Offer Nearly $350,000 By OHLO ROBERTSON Associated Press Sports Writer Four tracks will hand out nearly $350,000 Saturday in tho nation's top thoroughbred -races with fillies and mares battling for most of the cash in two $100,- for the I'i miles of the Delaware Handicap at Delaware Park, giving U a value of $122,70 with $ 79 ' 930 - 50 goinfi to th9 of lleeal financial aid to three for Carolina last year," Dietzel!li™s in the New York Metro- players last season —a fresh-isaid. " polilan area before shifting to man and two members of hte| Dietzel .became football coach Saratoga Springs Monday_ for varsity. The Gamecocks, title co- . and athletic director at South four weeks, and Arlington Park i« B . u-a,,.,,.,^, - Carolina this spring after lead i feature $50,000 - added holders with Duke last season, Marvin Bass resigned to coach handicaps. . ere bounced out of their share the Montreal team of the Thirteen grass course special. Continental Football League. isls were entered in the !'.» Weaver said that if the illcgal;miles of the Tidal Handicap at players took part in all varsityiAqueduct. giving it a value of for the prnse of games last year, the ACCi$60,200 with $39,130 earmarked 'gaining an unfair advantage." championship would be shared! for the winner. lb v Clemson and North Carolina The one mile of the Arlington if the title by ACC Commission-: er Jim Weaver who charged school with "gross malprac; ices' Neither _ock Head would say who the players were or show how many games were 'orfeited because of their participation. But the players vere declared ineligible for any 'urther participation in ACC sports. . nor Game lb v Clemson and North Carolina Paul S State. Handicap at Arlington Park at- However, it remained possi- tracted eight speedsters, mak- ble that Duke would claim the Sing it a $54,200 event with $31,crown alone. The statement from Weaver's office said: "From an investigation conducted by this office and a miorl nurnose would be Phonal investigation conduct- good_purpose woma pe ^ fcy pau[ ^^ tWs office j officeiloy. 700 to the winner. Three of the four features have one thing in common. Each will have a horse owned by a member of the Phipps' family and trained by Eddie Ne- has concluded that the USC has! CHICAGO (UPI) -i Mantle hit his 494th career homer Friday night to spur the New York Yankees and lefthan- der Al Downing to a 2-1 win over the Chicago White Sox. ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Brooks. Robinson and Frank Robinson each drove in a run Friday night as the Ameri- Totals --_ . . :)0 13 9 ace Mann (Gary) 1 "I AB R H 0 llsirangc. !b 301 1 »: Padlo. ss . .1 II I - * Murtincz. :ib ... -I 0 1 11 n Williams. Ib :! I 1 Moore cf 2 1 1 Gon.-alcs. c 4 (I 1 n t 1 ._ i n n n L Wilhcrspoon, rt „ 2 0 Truax. K 2 Zacharias, p 2 Donlin. 21) 1 Re\verls. ss 1 Alderson. cf 1 0 0 ^ The Phillies sot all of their tigation disclosed that at least i lne_ iTumes_ = tui ; du_ui j.^_ runs in the third inning when Rich Allen hit his 23rd homer following singles by John Brtggs and John Callison. abrbbi 3110 and freshman football two varsity players had Pittsburgh ,, x-San• Francisco _-60 41 S Los Angeles 58 41 0 St. Lotus 53 47 Totals ______ 32 2 10 21 5 Philadelphia ---- 5243 ______ BelleviUe __________ 030 202 M3 aeuevme U.HP tuz it—u "—; ~- -.. .j, = 9 .<,,. 19 rlorace Mann...,..,. 000 020 ^_ 2 Onetanatt 4852 ,480 2 E—Soos 2. Padlo 2, Moore. Carlson. RBI—Rhoades :j. Hay 2. Duddleson. Peterson, Levee 2. Gornales can League-leading Baltimore 2. 2b—Moore. Hay. 3b—Padlo. SB— n-iAW ^ot»rf Mirmotnt;. 3-0 Rhoades, Lubelski, Soos 2, Moore. Bioda, Hugus. DP-Padlo and Wil. liams. LOB—Belleville 8. Horace rioles defeated Minnesota 3-0 behind the combined eight-hit pitching of Jim Palmer and Eddie Fisher. 'Levee iwi Brooks, who leads the leaguejCarison (W in runs batted in, drove in.thel^vp 3 "? 5 Zacharias 0 pl-Goazaies. first run Of the game, his 82nd!HBP-By Zacharias (Rhoades). T- Phila ab r h bi Pitt BriCflS cf 4130 Mot: Callison rf 4120 Alley ss 4021 Allen 31) 5 1 1 .1 Clcmnle rf 4 1 o o Whit? Ib 4 n 2 0 Clnrinon Ih 3100. Grinzale/. If 3000 Paean nb :i 1 1 :t Dlrympt c 4 ft 1 (I PaRlroni f " " ' ' Rojas ih 4000 Mazrski 21 Groat ss 4010 Bailey If Short v 301 () Starct-ll If Clt-mens |ih 1 D 0 0 Carilwpll ] O'Dcll p Mt-hl ph been recipients of illegal aid. Mr. Dietzel has put into effect certain safeguards, which, if followed, should eliminate any willful future violations." Weaver declared the ivolved ineligible for participaticn in the .-ip. d J| . 1 Q+U I Oil! Straight Setback 36 .111 3 Totals Pendleton rolled over St. , . Mary's, 9 to 3. behind the corn- students ! bincd four . hit hurling of Mitchell and Ormos in the final White Kiver Conference summer bnse- versity to Pay :bal | game for cach team. The !„„„•, - „ vestigatipn andj , ^ gt M , 18th straight | Jj;, ordered all fiame.s m which the!- ,. p , , , , „:„!,„„. ,«n M r«H m,f D v^H Ha i kinsH ; Qrmes, Markle and Burke each slammed out a 2 S n « ; ordered the university «o i 1 "the cost of tfe in ' o;players appeared forfeited. o o o»; -- - >• -38 5 6 .1 National Lvalue W. L. Pet. G.B. 40 .GOO .594 .586 .530 .515 Houston 48 52 .480 12 New York 45 55 .450 15 X-Atlanta 45 55 .450 15 Chicago 32 69 .317 28',fc x—Late game not in standings. American League W. L. Pet G.B. altimore 68 34 IP H R 7 10 2 4-15 3 5 4 10 x ;r-all, with a double down the left field foul line in the fourth inning. Luis Aparicio had beat- 3:10. U — Dickerson, Richardson. Vaughn, Ploughe. eveland 53 46 x-California 52 48 Minnesota 50 51 Chicago 48 53 New York 47 52 Kansas City 44 55 .667 .535 13!fc .535 13 \' 3 .520 15 .495 !?',£. .475 19% -475 10',4 .4-H 22 Vb .443 23 .413 26 Olympics . ,. ;, . , , , , Dave Davis, cf „ 4 u en out an infield single and had Nichols. 2h 3 o been sacrificed to second. jErskinc. ib 3 i Bill abrbblMinn ab r b bi hSeese H " 2 Aparicio ss 4 1 2 o Vcrsllcs ss J 0 1 iW-^eeie, u £. Powell Ib 3011 Hall If -1 0 1 K Rbiisn 1C 'III l.Oliva rf 402 K.llhsn 3b 4011 Killhnv 3b J 0 1 «owon# rf 3000 Minchcr ib 100 D..1hnsn 2b 4 0 0 0 Battey e 301 Blair cf 3000 Tovar 2b 401 Nancy c 3010 Uhlndr rf 401 I'almcr p 3 1 n n Merrill p 1 II 0 Kishcr p 0000 Allen ph 1 0 0 Wrthngtn p 0 0 0 Tnlals 31 H B 3 Total?) 32 0 R AB R H PO Ai ()0(i ion mi- 01") 000 000— C-OIIva. DP—Baltimore 2: Mitmesot 1 I.OB-fiattJmore 3. Minnesota s. 2[l-Oliva. B. Robinson. Battey. IIH-1- Kobinsnn 131). S—rowdl. ip h r rr hb s I'.ilmer W, l-'-l 7 1-3 7 » » ! l-'ishi-r 1 --3 t ooo Mfrrilt I.. 2-!l Worthing toil T-2:lfi. A—3I).;83. . bun, c 3 0 I IBarnes. ss 200 •F.ilincv.-ond. rf 200 •Milliard, 3b 200 Wilson, ph 1 ll 0 IDeSutter. ph 1 o l Addington, ph 000 Washington 47 59 Boston 43 61 -West Coast night game not in standings. Pacific Coast League (Yesterday's games not . stand- r, la Total.s Bloomington AB R H PO A nehrcman, 3b 30014 CYitclilnn, cf 3 Smith, ss Watson Lit/, p Goberl. Ib 1! 0 l Eastern Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Indianapolis 65 39 Tulsa --- 62 42 o Phoenix 57 4!) n San Diego 52 55 0 Denver 4!) 53 'Oklahoma City . 45 59 -ri Western Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Seattle .SI -17 '" Spokane 54 51 Vancouver 53 52 Portland 46 59 0 Hawaii -.46 fifl Tacoma . 43 65 0 .625 .5% .538 9 .48(! 14', .480 15 .433 20 .557 .511 .505 .438 12", .434 13 .398 17 as he went all the way for his the Optimist - sponsored go ] f Totals 24 llth victory in 15 decisions. The defeat dropped Bruce's record to 2-8. rf „ 20000 I 2 |VKSTERDAV;S RESULTS Totals And. OLMtipics 3110 Bloomington Browning T-Bolts Other squirrel rifles. Gun Barn ....22 3 5 21 6 000 100 0-1 _ „ . .. 200 100 x-3 . K -Ashburn. Gobert. Smith. RBI— "jMcNeese, Litz 2, Gobert. 2b~Er- skine 2, Ausbun, Watson. SB— Smilh. S—Litz. LOB—Anderson 7, Bloomington 2. IP H R ER BB SO Jones (L) 653207 Litz (W) 76112 PB-Gobert. T-^l:30. Financing? CITIZEN'S National League Chicago 7. New York 4 Pittsburgh 5. Philadelphia 3 Cincinnati 4. Houston 3 St. Louis 4, Los Angeles San Francisco at Atlanta (nlpht ;ame) American League Washington 13-6. Boston 4-5 (2nd. 15 innings) Kansas City 4. Detroit 1 New York 2. Chicago 1 Baltimore 3, Minnesota 0 Cleveland at California (West Coast game) Pacific Coast League Indianapolis 4-3, Spokane 3-1 Phoenix 6, Tulsa 0 TODAY'S GAMES National League San Tranclsco (Perry 15-2) and (Marichal 16-4) at Atlanta (Lemaster 8-7) and (Johnson 8-7) (2, day night). Houston (Cuetlar 7-2) at Cincinnati (FJlis 6-14). Chicago (Ellsworth 4-16) at New York (ftibant 6-4) (N). Philadelphia (Jackson 9-0) at Pittsburgh (Fryman 8-5). Ixis Angeles (Sutton 9-7) at SI. 1,0111s (Jackson 10-fl) (N). American League Cleveland (Slcbcrt 10-5) at Call- fnrnfn (Lopez 4-10) (N). Detroit (Lollch !)-7) at Karens City (Odom (Mil (Nl. MiiHimorc (Short 2-1) at Mln- -sfiln (Brmvcll 11-5), New York (Slotllemyrt U-ll) .it Chicago (Horlrn 6-U)t. Boston (SiintlftRO 0-7) at Wash- iriKlon (McCormick 7-9). i (23). r bb so 5 3 B 320 Totals rhiladeljib!;. ['itisbureli 01 ° 1>no 0-lx— ^ E—Clemcnte DP—Philadelphia 1, Pittsburgh l. L0&-Philadelphia 9. Pittsburgh 3. 2B—Pasliaroni, Pagan. HR—AHei S—Gonzalez. Short L.ll-6 » « 5 O'DeU W.4-3 6 40003 Face 1 20003 CINCINNATI (API — Jim Maloney held Houston to seven bits while the Cincinnati Reds exploded for four runs in the fifth inning and beat the Astros, 4-3, for the first time this season Friday night. Bob Bruce had given up only one hit before the Reds bunched . . five hits in the fifth. It was Cin- for BOVS Carded cinnati's fourth straight victory t / and the Astros' sixth ~ live defeat. Maloney struck out 13 batters Erskine Nationals Meet Lawrenceburg Erskine Nationals. Anderson Little League boys' baseball champions, clash with Lawrenceburg in the finals of the District C championship game at 3 p.m. today in Lawrenceburg. The New Castle Nationals and Connersville Americans meet in the consolation losers' preliminary at 1 p.m. Optimist Tourney ] ] All boys intending to play brace of hits in the 10 blows collected off Meek and D. Ravage, of St. Mary's. Box: Hous ab r h bi Cin ab r li hi Wynn cf •) 0 0 0 Harper rf 4111 Jackson SS 4110 Rose 2b 4021, SUul> rf 3220 Pinson cf 3010 Harrisun Ih -1 0 1 1 Oileman Ih 4010 Mayc if 4022 Jim.™ pr-lb 0 fl 0 0 llateman c 4 0 0 0 Shnvsky If 4 ] l 0 Asprmnt 3b 3010 Helms 31> 4110 I.illis 2b 3000 Edwards c 3 I l ] 2000 Crdcnas ss 2000 1 0 0 o Maloney p 33 3 7 3 Totals 000 102— ;i Bruco p Taylor p Totals Houston Clnrlnnall Hm ppndleton Orwiler. 2b Crosley, 3b White, cf Hankins, If Jones, .ss Ormes, Jb-p Markle. c Burke, rf Helton, rf Mitchell, p Hoover, rf Totals St. Mary's McCormick. ss-2b Shepherd, c DeSutter. ss McCUntock, ss ._, Fenimore, 3b Hinz, cf . P. Ravage, rf --. Fredericks. If - — Bahlcr. If . Meek, p D. Ravage Riffe, Ib Uavenporl. AB H H RBI . P Ib"" AB R " KBI tournament Thursday, Aug. should respond next Thursday; due to getting in at practice rounds, ,. >Pcndieton ll - : St. Mary's iDeSutter 2. 2 2 !) To :iio 201 mo no o—:* Jones. McConnick, imore 2. Hinz, M'^ek, :D. Rav.-iffC- 2B - „ announces I Markle. Bahlcr. Left: Pcndlcion 7. Mary's 9. Time 2:05. U—Hall. Delph. "DP—McCormick. De-Suitor o Os-.vilcr. H R ER UB SO •f 2 2 (i B 1 1 1 3, Cin 000 IMO DOi— 4 2. Cincinnali 1. LOB— lati 5. Chairman Robert (Bob) Wheat, of the sponsoring organization, to^riiife' crosloy Results of last Thursday's summary- ir matches were: jMiicheii. w Low gross — Class A — R. ; Mcrk.' i. ^S^Ar^^-""^^:- 0 ^ i 1 ,",^™, Class D - B. Cope 88. Low net — Class A — P, 1 2 2 2 2 Boone; Class B — B. Willoug 1 !- . 2B— Shamsky. Edwards, Harper, Stai Maloney, Pinson, Harrison. SB— Pins ip h r er bb Bruce L.2-8 4 2-3 fi 4 4 2 1 by; Class C — J. Cope; Class D — J. Mosley. Taylor Maloney W.1I-4 3 1-330 9 7 S 3 ST. LOUIS (UPI) -Rookie Larry Jastcr scored his third straight shutout over Los Angeles and Lou Brock supplied the offensive punch as the St. Louis Cardinals downed the Dodgers 4-0 Friday night. and Browning T-Bolts Other squirrel rifles. 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