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ecks Makes Out Si Tre mounitain New Shoes for Meet Here Southern Cal Cops NCAA UNKNOWN IS IN PLAYOFF WITH HOGAN Iowa Pro Makes Spectacular Comeback to Card 287 in Open By WILL CRIMSIEY Assaelaled Fraaa Sparta Writer San Francisco, June 18 (iT) Jack Fleck, a hollow-cheeked THE ARGUS-LEADER SIOUX FALLS, SOUTH DAKOTAl SUNDAY, JUNE. 9, 1955. Sec. Meefs Ben Hogan Knapp, Burlington, la, does the The scene took place in a barn at the Fairgrounds during the week as horsemen began to arrive for the meet. Palrbob gets new shoes to run on in the Elks' running races starting at Sioux Empire Fairgrounds track Friday.

Owner Gerald Egan, Dunlap, Ia holds the horse while Walter ELKS' MEET OPENS FRIDAY: 271 Horses Entered Here iV i j' By CRAIG STOLZE Argue-Leeder Sporti Editor If you were to stop, by the horse barns at Sioux Empire Fairgrounds today, you'd find the places buzzing with activity. Horses are arriving every day for the opening of another Elks' racing season and as early as Thursday there were 50 horses In the stalls here. 1 San Francisco, June IS Jack Fleck, 32-year-old Davenport, la. golf unknown who has never won a major golf tournament, wasn't considered an Important contender In this third round play today as he blasted out of a sand trap on the third hole of the Olympic Club's Lakeside course to take a bogey five on the hole. Playing spectacular golf In the afternoon round he tied Ben liogan at 878 when It appeared certain the Texan had won the U.S.

Open for the fifth time. Fleck did the trick by scoring birdie on the par 4, 18th. (AP Wirepholo direct to The Argus-Leader.) Ben in Trouble San Francisco, June 18 Ben Hogan, seeking his fifth U.S. Open crown, found himself in trouble early in the third round today. Here he chips from the rough between a sand trap and the green on the third hole.

The ball landed about 13 feet from the cup, but he missed the putt to take a bogey 4. (AP Wire photo direct to The Argus-Leader.) FINE FIELD READY FOR RACE TODAY One, of the best fields of new cars ever assembled on the Sioux Empire Fairgrounds track: is set for this afternoon's 100-mUe race. A dozen 1955 model cars are included in the topnotch field. The $2,000 prize plum has drawn many top stars to Sioux Falls for this fifth annual summer championship race. Despite the heavy rains, the track is expected to be in good shape for the grind.

No matter how you look at It, the favorite has to be Don White. The little Keokuk, Ia, driver has four successive late model victories to his credit and hopes to make It five here today. Hell be at the wheel of a 1953 Oldsmobile. Don currently Is leading In I.M.C.A. points and Is the defending champion.

But White will have plenty of competition, "Starvin Marvin Copple of Lincoln, so named because of his hard luck recently, will tool a 1955 Chevrolet. "Wild Bill" Harrison, Topeka, Kans number two man in point stand- TRACK RECORDS Late model stock cars racing at Sioux Empire Fairgrounds track today, will be shooting at records held by Don White. White set the one-lap mark of :31.81 and the 200-lap mark of one hour, 52 minutes, 36.14 seconds last August In a 1954 Olds. Hell be driving a 1955 Olds here today. ings, will drive a '55 Olds, Doo Narber, Cedar Rapids, lav will be in the seat of a 1955 Chevrolet.

Archie Nepstad, hard-driving boy from Rochester, will shoot for the top money In his 1955 Buick. And, not to be forgotten are two 1955 Ford Thnnderbirds. Herschel Buchanan, the Shreve-port, La, veteran, will drive one In his I.M.C.A. comeback after a spill this spring, and Bob Brown of Springfield, Mo, will be In the other. Time trials start at 2 p.m.

with the 200-lap classic slated to start at 2:30. The entries to date; Doo White. 'S Oldsmobll. Keokuk, la. Doe Narber, '00 Chev, Cedar Rape Ida.

Ia. Wayne Chsdwlck, '85 Deo Moines, la. Bob Potter, '511 Dtiluth, Minn. Bob Kilmer, '55 Waterloo. I a.

Marvin Copple, 'to Lincoln, Neb. Archl Nepstad, '53 Buick, Rochester, Minn. Newt Bartholomew, '54 Plymouth, Carlisle, la Dick Johnson, '53 at. Paul, Minn. Loren Pot.

'S3 St, Paul. Minn. Herschel Buchanan, 'M Ford Thun-derblrd, Bhreveport, L. Roxy Dancy, '54 Hudson, Slirevt-port, LA. Delmer Donaldson, '55 Old, Burlington, la.

Tubby Harrison, '54 Dodg, Topeka, Kan. Bill Harrison, '55 Topeka. Kan. Bobbv Brown, '45 Ford Thuderblrd, Springfield. Mo.

Oene Richmond, '51 Fbrd, Spring field. Mo. Tiny Lund, '91 Hudson, Anita, la. No driver, Carlisle, la. No driver, '14 Dodge, Minneapolis, Minn.

No driver, '50 Plymouth, Brandon, O. BERESFORD RAINED OUT Yankton, June 18 A scheduled baseball game between Beresford and Yankton's Terrys was postponed Friday night because of rain. I i if X- 1 Jf i r. USC SNARES 7TH STRAIGHT TRACK TITLE Trojans Score 10 Points in Final Event to Nip UCLA Los Angeles, June 18 () The University of Southern California today won its seventh straight National Collegiate track and field championships as five NCAA meet records were smashed and one tied In the 34th annual competition. It wasn't until the final event, the pole vault, the Southern Cali fornia captured the meet, and it was the first time during the aft ernoon that the Trojans could pull ahead of their crosstown rival.

UCLA, before 14,005 fans in Me mortal Coliseum. USC, colecting 10 points in the vaulting, won with 42, followed by UCLA, 34; Kansas, 30; Oregon, 29; Northwestern 20; Manhattan 18; Villanova 18 and Duke 16. Record breakers were Ernie Shelton of USC with a high jump of 8 feet 11 4 Inches; Les Bitner of Kansas, who threw the javelin 246 feet 1 inch; Tom Courtney of Fordham, who led wire to wire to. take the half mile in Pole Vaulter Don Bragg of Villa- nova who cleared 15 feet 1 inch; and sprinter Jim Golliday of Northwestern with 20.9 seconds for 220 yards around a turn. omy Sheiton was close to a world record this warm, sunny afternoon.

Milt Campbell of Indiana, who was runnerup in the Olympic decathlon, tied the 120-yard high hurdle mark of 13.9 seconds. S30-yard low hurdles: Charity Pratt, Manhattan. :3.1 1. HlKli InniD: Ernla Shelton. T18C.

Bettrri NCAA record ol 1-lOTs tor Lei 8lrs. Oregon. 1041. Shot put: Bill Nleder, Kansas, 13-1 Broad Jump: Joel Shan It le, Duke, 24- J'4. Javelin: Lei Bitner, Kansas, 340-1 Bettera record set by Oerry Churrh, Or.

ion Stat. FrldaVi prellma. 332-0. 440 run: J. W.

Maihburn, Oklahoma A At M. 40 0. 100-yard daah: Jim Golliday, North-Wflern, If, Mile run: Jim Bailey, Oregon, 4 08 S. High hurdlra: Milt Campbell, Indiana, 13 0. Tlea meet rtcord held by Ed Dug-rer, Tufti, 1040; Craig Dixon, UCLA, 1040.

Dick AttlMay, Vac, (ISO-run: Tom Courtney, Fordham, 1:40.0. New record. Old record 1:60 3 by John Woodruff. Pitt. 1037, and Mai Whitfield, Ohio Slate, 1040.

Dlacua throw: Dea Koch, USC, 17SH. 320 dash: Jim Oolllday, Northweatern, 311. Two mil run: Ken Rlar, Oregon, :04.5. Pol vault: Don Bran-, Vltlanora, 15-1. New record.

Old record 14-9 by Don Lai, Illinois, 1801. Softball Schedule Monday: Rained out games: Relnhard vs. Oraham Tire (T) and Ray's vs. Pirates (N) at dla-mond. Sioux Motor vs.

Argus-Leader (T) and Kings Tap vs. Lyle it Alberts (N), Morrell diamond. Tuesday: Lyle Si Alberts vs. House of Hearing (T), Pirates vs. Moose (N), Argus-Leader vs.

Oddfellows, Kings Tap vs. Wentworth (N) here. Wednesday: Ray's vs. Tigers (T), King's Tap vs. Tea (N) here, Graham Hess Motor (T), Sioux Motor vs.

Reinhard (N). Thursday: Pirates vs. Giants (T), Moose vs. Lakeside (N), Gra ham vs. Argus-Leader (T), Motor vs.

Oddfellows (N). I Friday: Wentworth vs. House of Hearing at Wentworth, Tigers vs. Giants (T), Ray's vs. Lakeside (N), Reinhard vs.

Hess Motor (T), Tea vs. Lyle St Alberts, here. AMFBICAN LEAGt'I t. Prt. CB Chicago ,.37 20 .040 New York 40 33 .0.10 Cleveland 37 30 .507 3' Detroit 33 37 .643 Boston.

..30 33 .404 t'k Kansnl City ,...24 37 .393 10 Washington .,,,.,.,....31 37 Ml 1V' Baltimor ..............30 43 .323 10' NATIONAL LfAClE I. Tri. O.B Brooklyn 40 10 .734 Chicago ..30 37 10' New York 31 30 .000 14 Milwaukee 31 30 14 Philadelphia ..20 33 .440 174 Cincinnati ,.3 31 .440 17V flt. Lout 20 32 .4.1 IS Pittsburgh 20 40 J31 34 Vi 'Z flAME TODAY National Leagv New York at Milwaukee. Brooklyn at St.

Louis. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (2). Philadelphia at Chicago American Laaga Cleveland at Boston. Kansa City at Washington (3), Detroit at Baltimor 3 Chicago at New Vorg i2i. OAVirs TOMORROW National Leagu New Tork at Cincinnati (nlghM.

Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (night). Philadelphia at St. Lout (night). (Only games-scheduled i. America LagM '-No fame scheduled.

TESTFRDAT'S RFSl'LTS National Leaga St. Louis I. Brooklyn 4 (10 innings) Cincinnati 4. Pittsburgh 1 Chicago 4, Philadelphia Milwaukee 7. New York 4 American Leaga Chicago (.

New York 1 Di-troit 7, Baltimore B.nton 4. Cleveland 3 Kansa City Washington 4 MINOR I.MGI-E Rl SI LTS Northern Leagu Aberdeen at Duluth, postponed Fati Clair at Orand Porks, postponed Fargo at Superior, postponed St Cloud 7-0. Winnipeg 1-1 American Association Denver 4. Indianspolts 3 Minneanolla 7. Toledo I Charleston 11.

Bt. Paul I Western Leaga Colorado Springs 1, Lincoln I Cardinals Edge Dodgers in Ten St. Louis, June 18 (P) Junior Gilliam turned from a hero to a goat in one quick inning tonight as the St. Louis Cardinals took ad unknown from Davenport, la.i nailed a spectacular birdie on the, final greea today to tie four-time winner Ben Hogan for the National Open golf championship. They had 72-hole scores of 287.

The 32-year-old midwesterner, who has never won a major tournament, flashed in on a wave of birdies with a three-under-par 67 an hour after, Hogan apparently had won the 18-Hole Playoff The two leaders clash in an 18-hole playoff tomorrow, On the 72nd hole, with a crowd of more than 10,000 straining for a peek from the natural amphitheater of the Olympic Club course and lining the airways, Fleck poled his tee shot to the edge of the rough, then laced an iron approach to within seven feet of the pin. While the crowd sat tense, Fleck walked up briskly, gave the assignment one quick measurement and then sped the ball There were only a few straggling spectators no more than 25 at Fleck's heels at the 14th hole when Hogan, with the entire gal- BENNY TO RETIRE IF HE WINS San Francisco, June 18 (VP) Ben Hogan said tonight if he wins his fifth National Open Golf Championship tomorrow he will retire from competitive golf. Hogan meets Jack Fleck of Davenport, Ia.Jn an 13-hole playoff at the Olympic Club's Lakeside course, starting at 2 p.m. Pacific Daylight time (3 p.m. (CST).

lery yelping at his heels, finished with a 70 the only time, he had matched par through the three-day test. i Then word went out that the lean, hungry-looking lowan, who has won only on the tour so far this year, was on a birdie binge. The crowd stampeded out on the course to pick up the challenger at the 15th where he needed two birdies to tie Hogan and three to win an apparently hopeless task on some of the most treacherous finishing holes in golf. Fleck plucked up one quickly on the 144-yard 15th where he flew his tee shot to within nine feet and sank deuce. He got hit par five on the 603-yard 16th, longest on the course, and at the 17th a 50-foot putt lipped the cup.

The crowd let out a loud groan. Then came the final hole where Fleck whacked out of the rough. which killed the hopes of many of the sport's greatest stars, and made one of the most difficult pressure putts In this tournament's history. Fleck is an operator of two municipal courses In Davenport. In the past he has confined himself to playing the winter tour but this year he has made the entire circuit.

His winnings, how ever, haven't been enough to pay ills caddies' fees. Fleck started the day at 145 tied with Hogan, Julius Boros and young Walker Inman Jr, behind Tommy Bolt and amateur Harvie Ward. The lowan shot a 75 in the morning to fall off the pace as Hogan forged into the lead on a 72. But all other contenders soon folded, leaving the course first to Hogan and then to the unbeliev able Mr, Fleck. Snead Has 293 Cam Snead, still the runnerup, got a 70-74 to finish five strokes back of the two leaders at 292, tied with Tommy Bolt, the early leader, who faded to 75-73.

Julius Boros, the sphynx-like 1952 open champion, and young Bob Rosburg of San Francisco were tied at 295 followed by amateur Harvie Ward and Bud Holscher, together at 296. Fleck, a toft-spoken who tayt his greatest golf achievements have been a few local tournament victories back home, was not overly surprised at finding himself tied with Koran. "I wrote the sports editor back home that some sleeper might slip in," he said, "and I told him it might be me." He said that final putt "looked mighty tough." Bn Hnan. Fort Worth, Tel. M-73 15.702117 ll OOO-tl OOOl Jsrk Firm.

Davenport, la. 71-11-75-17 j7 ooo-ij sooi Sum Snad, Whit Sulntiur Springs, WVa. 70-60-70-74 JM 11.000 Tnmmjr Bolt. rattenooa, Tnn, 17-77 7S-1J Ml 11,500 Jiillm Borns, Southern Plnrs, K.C. 70-M- 73-77 -301 1070 Rotwrt Rosburf, tal Alto 71-74-17- 70-JM 1070 A Harvie Ward.

San Francisco A total of 271 horses from 72 1 different stables in 12 states have been entered In the eight-day meet which opens Friday afternoon. i This compares favorably with the biggest fisids ever to show here and new parl-mut-' Hal betting records are a distinct possibility. The eight-day mark (set last 'year) Is $342,090 and the one-day swag (last Fourth of July) is $61,805. Pari-mutuel racing ends a three-day stand at Aberdeen today and the horses will be moving in here en masse Monday. Even now youll find a lot of familiar horses munching hay in the stalls here.

Gerald Egan, Dunlap, has Pat McGee here. Remember him? He's the little horse which paid $26.40 to win a race here a year ago in a big surprise. Egan also has Pairbob; Half Town and St. Leo here. Walter Knapp, ex-South Da-kotan, now out of Burlington, has Amanda's Boy here along with Pharador.

Verne Gentry of Ansley, Neb, has pulled in with nine head, including Mr. Hodge and Miss Flutter. Herb Bloomendai of Sioux White Cluster Payoff Prize Cluster paid $18.60 to win the 6 furlong final race of the day to become the big payoff of today's horse races here. Admiral Cal paid $10.20 In the third race for next biggest money In the pari-mutuels of the meet which ends here today. FIRST CB farlonf.

Cl.lmlnf 1(X)I 1. Polly Lamar (Armilroni 1 60 3 80 09 t. Theo mulnupl i.W 3 20 1. TU1I White iWllcoxt S.OO 8ECOND RACE fnrlono, riaimlnr tM) 1. Dakota Gold iLllliburn 6 60 4 40 40 J.

Ever Tnie lArmstronfi (.40 4 00 3. Autumn Olorr (Oernianft 4 0 THIRD RACR it farlonfi. CUiminr 1. Admiral Cal Crali 10.20 4 00 1 SO 2. Oulck Ever iLllliburn) 3 80 3.

110 J. Post Boy (Klrbyi J.00 FOl RTH RACE (4 furlonp, 1. Joehlo (Klrbvl 3 00 10 1.40 J. Unveiled tLllllburm J.0 I 60 1. Matt Ol Hat tOuinupl 60 FIFTH RACE furlinrt.

Clalailnf tVMt) 1. Fair Pic lOravl 4.20 2 80 1 40 I. Waa Lam lOulnupi .20 2 0 Meadow Sena iMtnchrvt 4 20 filXTH RACE (S frlni, Allawanee) 1. Valiant North tOuinupi 2.00 1 40 2 40 2. Carabelle (Oernnnyl 00 2 40 1.

Mightr Nlre it.llllburn) 3 80 BFVKNTll RACE l4 fnrlenia, Clalmlnf 1. White Cluster (Oermanyi 11.00 80 4 00 J. CalrneM (Klrbyt 4.40 3 JO 3. Short Coke (Armntronf) 4 00 Willie Mays Takes Lead in All-Star Poll Chicago, June 18 (PJ-WiUie Mays of the New York Giants today took first place In the balloting for the center field spot on the National League team in the All-Star baseball game. Mays', who was voted the most valuable player in his league last year, moved out ahead of Duke Snider of the Brooklyn Dodgers and Richie Ashburn of the Philadelphia Phillies.

The annual game between the selectees of the American and National Leagues will be on July 12 in The leaders: NATIONAL LEAGUE First Base Muslal, St. LouU, 48.273: Klunzewikl, Cincinnati, Hodges, Brooklyn, 31.884; Fondy, Chicago, Long, Pittsburgh, 10,108. Second Bate Schoendienst, St. Louis, 49.488: Baker, Chicago, Hamner, Philadelphia, 34.910; O'Connell, Milwaukee, Gilliam, Brooklyn. 15,473.

Third Bate Mathews, Milwaukee, Randy Jackson, Chicago, 43.110; J. Robinson, Brooklyn, Boyer, St. Louis, 11.808; Jones, Philadelphia, 1,310. ShaTtatoa Logan, Milwaukee, 44.614: Banks, Chicago, 41,306: Dark. New York, Reese Brooklyn.

32.401; McMillan, Cincinnati, 1,165. Left Field Ennls, Philadelphia, 43.449; Speake, Chicago, 40,718: Lockman, New York, 36.225; Thomson, Milwaukee, Amorot, Brooklyn, 14.393. Center Field Mavv'New York, 40,828: Snider, Brooklyn, 48.415; Ashburn, Philadelphia, 43.174: Vlrdon, St. 17.231; Mlk-sls, Chicago, 1.390. Field Mueller, New York.

Aaron, Milwaukee, 30.173: Moon, St. Louis, 18.606: Post, Cincinnati, Furlllo, Brooklyn, 14,648. Catcher Brooklyn. Chttl, Chicago, 31.463; Barni, St. Louis.

20.252; Burgess Cincinnati, Weatrum, New York, 12.604. AMERICAN LEAGUE First Base Vernon, Washington, Power, Kansas City, 36.374; Oropo, Chlrago, 22.283; Werta, Cleveland, Fain, Detroit, 14,064, Second Bast Fox, Chicago, 48.309; Avlla. Cleveland. 46.051; McDougald. New York.

32.683: Runnels, Washington, Ooodman, Boston. 1.224. Third Bast Kansaa City, 43,111: Kelt. Chicago, 41.344: Rosen, Cleveland, 20 126; Carey, New York, Hatfield, Detroit, S.458, KharUta Carrasquel, Chicago. Ktienn, DetroU, 44.141: Hunter, New Yorl, 18 394: Strickland, Cleveland, 17.203; Miranda, Baltimore, 1441.

Left Field Mlnoto, Chlcseo, 45.808: Zern'al, Kansas Cltr, 41.092; T. Williams, Boston. 20 310: Klner. Cleveland, 15.241; Noren, New York. 11,509.

Center Field Mantle, New York. 41.754; Dnby. Cleveland. 41,778: Plersall. Boston, 32.009: Bushv, Chicago, Tuttle, Detroit 11.284.

Right Field Kallne. Detroit. 80,329: Bauer. New Tork. 38.521: Rivera.

Chlrago, 23.490; A. Smith. Cleveland, Jensen, Boston 10.148. Catcher Berro. New Tork.

51,071: toiler, eago, 36.202: White. Boston. 23 1'3: Hegan Cleveland. Courtney, Washington 11,318. ONE-HITTER Aberdeen, June 18 Leland Orohnke, only a year out of Legion ball, hurled a one-hitter to beat Harbor Cafe, 4-1, for the Preds here this week.

Orohnke had a no-hltter. until the last inning. The outfield duties are capably handled by Don Benson, the 1954 State League batting champion; Manager Struwe; Bud Wenk and Ronnie Peterson, utility man from Renner. The Broncs will get a chance at a member of the Basin League, the state's other semi-pro circuit, only July 5 when the Huron Elks come to Madison for an 8 m. game as a feature of Madison's Diamond Jubilee celebration.

The Broncs play Arlington on July 1 and Wesslngton Springs on July 8. Both games also will be a part of the celebration. Falls is on hand with the popular Wonder Wizard and Last Leap. One of the largest entries is the 14-horse stable entered by K. L.

Kindred, Grand Island, Neb. Walt Schoen, who has raced horses here often in the past, has brought nine from Miles City, Mont. South Dakota stables won't be left out, either. C. J.

and R. L. Chamley of Flandreau have entered Dakota Gold. Ripley Stables of Belle Fourche have Dusty Girl, Slow Post and Valley Dan among their seven entries. Floyd Sluik'a of Kimball has Quick Ever here along with four others.

Andy McKay of Winner has a 10-horse string including Manner's Lady and Chestnut Chief. Clarence Bearry of Pierre has Jean's Miss, Carabelle and Miss Hanky entered. recently paid $20.60 to win a five-furlong race at Fort Pierre. Races will be held" June 24- 25-26-30 and July 1-2-3-4 with post time at 2:15 p.m, each day and eight a scheduled daily. I ST.

PAUL DOG. TAKES HONORS A St. Pauf dog, Mikle Von Zup-perhe, owned by Tim O'Connor, took top honors in both the Open Puppy and Open Derby stakes as the two-day Weimaraner Field Trials got under way at the Air-base yesterday. Competition in the Amateur Gun Dog and Open All Age events is slated today with the first event to have begun at 8 a.m. Kay Delmar, owned by A.

C. Lindell of Sioux Falls, took second in the Open Puppy Stakes yesterday while Klva's Countess Dawn, owned by John Larson of Sioux Falls, was second In the Open Derby. 1 The two-day event is sanctioned by the American Kennel Club. Yesterday's results: Open Poppy 1. Mike Von Znoperhe, owned by Tim O'Connor, St.

Haul. Minn. 2. Kay Delmar, owned by A. C.

Lindell, Sioux Falli. 3. Nelnon't Dak-A-Lan. owned by C. A.

NelMin. Stoddard. Wla. 4. Sule'a 8un Sandy, owned by Dorothy Brown.

LaCrome, Wla. Op Derby Stakea t. Mlkle Von Zupperhe. owned by Tim O'Cornor, St. Paul.

Mtnn. 3 Klva Connteaa Dawn, owned by John Larion, Bloux Falla. 3. Peter Von Biinper, owned by Carol Rutlpor. Sioux Falla.

4. Anna Von Lechstelnhof. owned fcy Mra, John Hewlnf, Omaha, Neb. the University of Nebraska, Lowell Sage and Ron Frager (utility). The catching duties are shared by veteran Merr Rensch of Madison and Don Erway, University of Nebraska football quarterback.

The pitching staff is composed of Rusty Hlltuncn, formerly with the New York Giants farm system at Danville, Va Gene Schroer of Topeka, formerly with Denver in the Western League and also in the Eastern League; Chct Zara of Madison and Chuck Peterson of Renner. vantage of his error to push across four runs in the 10th inning tonight to defeat the league-leading Brooklyn Dodgers 5-4, Gilliam had belted a bases-loaded double to drive home two runs in the Dodgers' half of the 10th to break a 1-1 tie but fumbled an almost-sure double-play grounder by Wally Moon In the last half of the frame to set the stage for the Birds winning rally. BROOKLYN (41 ST. LOOLIft Ah BP Gilliam 3D 6 3 3 AbHP Hemua 3b 3 1 neese at Snider cf C'panella Amoroi If Hodgn lb Furlllo rf Hob It 3b Neweombe Zlmmer 3b Pod ret Labin 4 B'detmt 3b Mimlal lb 1 RepuUkl If 4 Whi.en rti 3 1 10 0 1 1 1 1 I 4 1 ft A 4 3 Sarnl Boyer tt Moon cf Jarkaon LaPalm Elliott Stephenson 4 4 0 3 3 0 3 4 11 3 0 3 0 1 i a 00 too 1 1 0 a 3 Total! 30 Sx 28 I Total 3 30 Neweombe aingled for Hoak In loth. Zlmmer ran for Neweombe In 10th.

Elliott llngled for LnPnlme In 10th. Btephennn ran for Elliott In 10th. On out when winning run (cored. Brooklyn OftO 001 000 34 fit. LouU ...,000 001 000 4 I Jacknon, Gilliam.

RBI Snider, Oil-Ham 3, Campanella, Schoendienat 3, Moon, Illlott, Hemui, Jo Campanella, Oliltam, Hemua, Whinenant. 3b Moon. HR Snider. DP Schoendienut and Mu-alal; Hoak, Ollllam and Hodgea. Left Brooklln 7, 8t.

Lou la (. BB Pod ret 3, Jacknon 1, LaPalme 3. BO Podrea (, Jackon 7, LaPalme 3. HO Podrea In Lablne 3 In (faced two batter In 10th), Jarkaon In LaPalme In R-ER Podrea 1-4, Lablne 0-0, Jackson 4-4, Ln Palme 0-0. LaPalmt 3-0i.

Podrea f7-4i, Becory, Orcein, Daicoll, Warnek. 3:43, A Staley Hurls Five-Hit Win June 19 (Ay-Righthander Gerry Staley, showing good control, threw a five-hitter at the Pittsburgh Pirates Saturday and the Cincinnati Redlegs battered the eighth place club 4-1. Sports Briefs Ties Moines. Ia. June 18 W) Defending champion Jimmy Jack son and Rex Baxter Jr.

meet Sunday in the finals of the Trans- Miss amateur coif meet. Jackson edged Orrle Goens, Des Moines, l-un and Baxter had to 50 iv holes to nip Rod Ellss of Des Moines in semi-finals. Linville, N.C, June 18 ID-Charlie Harrison, 23. Atlanta, birdled the 37th hole from eight feet to upset Billy Joe Patton 1-up in the finals of the Southern Assn. tourney.

Oriwslneer. N.Y June 18 (P) r-Loulse Suggs won the Round Robin golf meet with a plus 44. Her 71 today clinched it. Patty Berg slipped to fourth as Marlene Bauer took second and Bev Hanson third. Charleston, W.Va, June 18 WV-The struggling Charleston mired In the Atner-' lean Asociatlon cellar, and losing money steadily, were put up for sale today, June 18 (Honeys Alibi, a 20-1 shot scored a surprise win in the $62,500 Chlcagoan feature at Washington Park.

Blue Lem was second and Make Ready third in the mile race. 100 GOLFERS PLAY AT MCC About 100 golfers turned out at the Minnehaha Country Club yesterday, In the nine-hole blind bogey H. Roberts had a 42-0-42, Jerry Ahem' a 49-7-42 and O. W. Mickel-son a 46-4-42.

Jess Taylor turned In a 91-15-76 and Sam Speler Best 18 hole scores reported included, a 71 oy R. C. Larson, a 73 by Robert Hine and 78's by Robert Martz, Sam Fantle and James Larson. In Challenge tournament play, Earl Foreman successfully defended his gold medal in defeating R. L.

Crevelt. 3 and 2. Robert Hine defeated Crevelt to win a silver medal. Players are again reminded to complete second round matches in the Directors Handicap tourney. On tap today are 9 and 18-hole blind bogeys, director and Directors Handicap and Challenge tournament matches.

Aberdeen, June 18 Aberdeen's Smlttys, Legion baseball team, beat the Pierre Juniors in a doubleheadcr, 13-4 and 10-2, behind the pitching of Bob Vlkander and Roger Hackett. Broncos Boast Sparkling Array riTTSBLHGH III AbH Clement rf 4 3 1 Col lb 4 Lynch If 4 13 Thomas cf 3 0 1 Long lb 4 0 10 Atwell 3 Free, 3b 3 13 Or oat aa 3 0 3 Donoo SIS Buffet) ISO King Total "ill 34 Pittsburgh II.Vtl.NNATI (41 Ak Pa Temple 2b 4 10 Palyt If 4 3 3 K'uwikl lb 3 1 Pot rf 4 3 7 Bell cf 0 1 Landrlth 4 1 3 Adam 3b 3 0 0 McMillan i 1 0 3 Staley 4 11 Total 33 9 37 ..000 000 0101 Cincinnati 010 310 00 4 DonoMt 3, Cole. RBI Palya, Pot, Bell. Staley, Clement. 3b Lynch, Post, Preee, Landrlth.

HR Poat, Plya. DP Donoflo, Groat and Preeac; Kluanewakl, McMillan and Bialey. Left Pittsburgh 4, Cincinnati t. BB Donoso 3, Staley 1, King 3. 80 Donoso 1.

Bialey 3. Kin 3. HO Donoso I in 7, King 1 In 1. R-EK Dnnoto 4-3. King 0-0.

Staley 1-1. Btaley (a-4. Donoso (0-11. Boges. Bngeln, Plnelll, Oorman.

3.00. A 3,431. Watertown, June 18 Jon Horning fanned 20 men and hurled the Watertown Juniors to a 6-5 decision over the Clear Lake Legion team here this week. Madison, June 18 Bolstered by outside talent, the Madison Broncs, leaders in the four-team South Dakota State League, are one of the state's strong semi-pro outfits. Tonight the Broncos host Ren-ner's Monarchs, second place club In the State League.

Manager Pete Struwe of Madison has an infield consisting of Bill Bomhoff of Humboldt (recently awarded outstanding athlete trophy at Wartburg College, Waverly, la Ted Smebakken of Hot Springs (Carleton College star athlete), John Bledeck cf 74-70-70-76 290 tm'dall Bud Holscher, Appia Taller, Calif. T7-75-71-7J-M6 1540. Dnuf Ford, I smasha Las.0, M.Y. 74 T7-14-71 ae 140. i.

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