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Yankees Receive Help From Mize New York, UP'-The Xcw York Yankees may bu going. . .going. . but they were still tar from gone today. j^ Unyielding to tnT- panic which threatened when t h e c l u t c h i n g Boston Ked Sox Inched lo w i t h i n two games ol the American league lead, the Yanks blasted Cleveland last night. 6 to 3. while the ttcd Sox tumbled to thf Chicago White Sox, 8 to 3. Tlut shoved the Yanks three games in front a g a i n , » hop, a skip and a j u m p a w a y from t h e i r pursuing tormentors. And who sta -led t h a t t e l l i n g r a m p a g e against t h e Indians? None other t h a n the prize named MUe. Manager Casey Stengel d i d n ' t think that Jawja J j w n was such a prize when the front otfico brains purchased Mine from the Giants Monday. "I don't even know w h a t I'M do w i t h h i m . " Stengel said. Casey even spurned the obvious move of sending T o m m y Itenricl) back to the o u t l i e l d and p u t t i n g MUe on f i r s t , g i v i n g the team the services of both sluggers s i m u l - taneously. But something soon c Jii|, nKt ' t ' Stengel'* miiKi. Maybe * l ( \ i a s Mho's d e t e r i i i l n i a l i o n to m a k e good-"I'll f i g h t for the Job u n t i l 1 get it," he said. Or maybe It was the bail Johnny whacked into the stands In his lirst b a t t i n g practice session w i t h the Yanks. But at any rate. Ml/i- svent into the lineup at first base Wednesday. And he was there last n i g h t when, the second inning, he hit a homer w i t h one man on base to start the scoring again.it Bobby Feller. And thai man on base was Henrk-h. Pellet's loss to Kdtlie Lopat (By United Press) American League Team W. L. Pet. G. B New York 74 44 .627 c l u t c h i n g «;» l ' J " in »iii,i.. Cleveland P h i l a d e l p h i a Detroit Chicago Washington St. Louis 721 48 69 51 60 54 68 56 51 39 40 41 78 81 St. Louis Brooklyn Boston P h i l a d e l p h i a New York Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago National League .600 3 .575 6 .550 9 .548 9 .425 24 .339 34 336 35 72 48 62 57 62 59 59 55 49 47 59 64 70 76 .613 .600 1 .521 11 ,512 12 .500 13Ms .426 18 .412 24 .382 28 Yesterday's Results A m e r i c a n League P h i l a d e l p h i a , !); St. Louis, 5. Chicago, 8; Boston, 3. .New York, 6; Cleveland, 3. Detroit, 2; Washington, 1. N a t i o n a l League Chicago, 4-1; Brooklyn, 0-3. St. Louis. 5; New York, 2. Pittsburgh, 5-2; Philadelphia, 1-4 C i n c i n n a t i . 4; Boston, 3. (11 in n i n g s ) . (both went out in the eighth i was softened some by the home run he hit to tie the score In the t h i r d . It w a s Ins. first homer since the wai a 380-footur over the Ictt field w a l l The Y a n k s went back Into the lead In the totirth and stj.ml ID t r o u t thf ie.it ot the w a y . Rookie M i c k e v M c D e t ' m o t t l e f t the Keel Sox p i t c h i n g a s s i g n m e n t a f t e r only f i v e p i t c h e s - - a l l b a l l s --because of a back pain, and Walt Masterson look over. Masterson was w i l d ; he gave up two walks and two -ingles for three runs in the f i r s t , and the Chisox stayed ahead the lest of the way. t a k i n g un 8 to 3 victory. Virgil Trucks gave up i'»b' f o u r hits and got three himself to give Detroit a 2 to 1 victory over Washington, w h i l e rookie Alex Kcllner eliminated the Browns m a t h e m a t - cally f r o m the p e n n a n t race by hurling the Athletics to a 9 to 5 win. Stan (The M a i l ' MuMa! hit a homer--which Is to be expected-- ami Marty Marion also homered --which is unexpected--to give the St. Louis Cardinals a 5 to 2 victory over the Giants. That Pet 352 330 3H) .31'! .311 .34:i National League Pla.vei and team Robinson, Brooklyn . . . S l a u g h t e r . St. Louis Miihial St. Louis M a r s h a l l . New York K i n u r , I ' i t t s l n i r g l i A m e r i c a n League Pla.UT and team W i l l i a m s . Boston K e l l . D e t r o i t St. Louis Boston Home Runs K l n e r . Pirates, 35; Stephens. Red Sox. 83; W i l l i a m s . Red Sox 30; Gordon, Giants, 25; Saner Cubs. 24. Runs Batted In Stephens. Keel Sox, 138; Williams Retl Sox, 123: Wcrtu, Tigers 109; Robinson, Dodgers, 100; Kl ner, Pirates. 90. 50 Tigers Draw Grid Equipment A total of 50 Edwardsville hig school hopefuls drew equipmen yesterday and 10 more are ex pected to put in their bids fo positions on the Tiger footbal squad before I h e first game against Mt. Olive here on -Sept IB, it was announced today, Yesterday was the first day on which schools were permitted to iractice by tlw Illinois High School association and the situa ion here was paralleled all ovei he state as students put away baseball bats, tennis rackets and golf clubs in lavor of pads ant cleats. No physical practice was con ducted here yesterday but workouts were opened at 9.30 a m. to lay and another practice was cheduled for 6:30 p.m. Among the 5U men reporting to Joach Warren Harris yesterday vcre eight letterinen from last eason. ' Several local athletes who are xpcctcd to play football this fall re at Camp McCoy, Wis., with he National Guard and others are t the Grafid American Trapshoot t Vandalia, 0 Nearly 400 Illinois high schools i 11 field teams this fall and lough most ot them are optimis- ic, only a hamltul will finish the cason with perfect records. Last season only eight teams-- ie smallest number in years-- nded up their seasons with per- ect records. Those which were ndefeated and untied last year 'ere Mooscheart, Murphysboro, bingdon, fioxana, Pittsfield, Po- Tuscola and Carthage. West urora got dumped from the per- ect ranks on the season's last ay when E*st Aurora battled Vest to a scoreless tie. Many coaches opened a search r new stars as soon as practice arted in the a t t e m p t to fill holes ft by graduation. Wirl Downing, East St. Louis oach who has piled up one of the p records in the state pointed it he has only six letlermen nek from the 1948 team which on the Southwestern coiiterencc tie. Downing said he still felt s team ' wouid be up in the con' ^ (Terence r a c e ' this year. · 3 j) :{ Pokin's Big 12 e h a m p i .328 i i I .J /. I. i t -- 7 i ly pacing me mtcr-(j ty ea nt-hed the C a r d i n a league lead Rcd d|v|g|on w j l [ , ,, , r ,J In n On mo nnrl fi Itiilt nt'tn 1 Rt'nnv. « . - . . · Sox to Play Sacred Hearts A t t e m p t i n g to gain their llth victory ot the current season the hard w a y , the Edwardsville Ret Sox will hit the road Sunday to play the Granite City Sacred Hearts at 2:W p.m. on the lattei team's diamond. The Sacred Hearts are currently pacing the Inter-City league's tn a game and a h a l f over Brook lyn. for the Dodgers split a doubt- header w i t h the Chicago Cubs. That old Johnny Schmit'/. J i n x smashed the Brooks In the first game. 4 to 0. It was his f o u r t h win over them this season. A throe-run rally m lite third gave the Dodgers a 3 to I n i g h t c a p w i n . Ken KaffensberV't' doubled In W.** 10th inning and then came liome on Lloyd M e r r i i i u m ' s triple for his M t h win ot the season, a I to 3 C i n c i n n a t i conquest of the Brases. The Phillies and the Pirates split u day-night doubleheader, Ihr Pirate-;, winning the openei. 5 to 1. and the Phils the nightcap. 4 to 2 on Dick Sisler's ont'-on homer. False A d v e r t i s i n g Washington, 'U'i--· T h e government w a n t s the Toni twins to take the wi inkles out ot their advertising claims. The federal trade commission yesterday ordered the Toni company ol Chicago to revise lh advertising It eliminate representations "thai the coiffure of the twin with the 'ton! wave was clone fcy heisclf or by an amateur, when actually it was effected by a pro- fesslonal hair stylist." just four losses while the Red Sox are In second place in the division, four samus back with 10 wins and eight setbacks. In the last meeting ol the two teams, J u n o fl on the local Legion d i a m o n d , the Sacred Hearts came out on top, ii lo 2. Paul Jones turned in a creditable pitching record t h a t game, allowing six hits, but Bill Pittman of the Hearts did even better as he. held the Sox to two safeties. Probable s t a r l i n g lineup for the Sunday game. Gone Mayberry, right f i e l d ; Chuck Jones, catch; Klincr Tice shortstop; Olin Clawson, third b.nse; Aaron Martin, second base Tim Schafer, left f i e l d ; Bill Jones, center field: Norm Rosenlhal. first base and Dick Palmer, pitch. Smart Machine Salerno, Italy, (IB-- Federico Puc- cl claimed today he has Invented n machine which can translate copy from any language into any other. Puccl said the machine was electrically operated, but refused to disclose other details, He said he has entered It lu the Paris international fair of inventions to be held next month, - ipions, Murphysboro's detendmg Southwest I'lgyptian title-holders of 1948, an West Aurora's Big Eight cham pions of a year ago also will hav some big gaps to fill which wer loft by g r a d u a t i o n . In eastern Illinois, Robinson perennial Eastern Illinois leagu c h a m p i o n , will be weak at th ends and in tlie backfitld. Th Maroons also wil! be playing with out the services of Coach Merl Crosby, who is in the hospital a Springfield with a respiratory in fcction. iMany of the schools opene practice under new coaches. A Danville, Norns, Pattornson, wh replaced the veteran Otto Bay took charge of the squad for the first time. Other new coaches include Harris; Leon Daily, Peor is Central; Robert Jam-on, Peoria M a n u a l ; M a r v i n Schultz. Spring field Feitshans, Harry Serial, Par is; Ed Migielic?. Lincoln, and Guy Lardner, Forrest. Shooters Open 'World Series' Vandalia, 0. flP)--A record field of more than 1,500 trapshooters was expected today for the 50lh shooting of the Grand American handicap--the "World Series" of the trapshooting world. The "baby grand," warm-up event to the hig show today, was won yesterday by Ohmer Webb, 41-year-old Washington. D. C., trucking magn.ue, who blasted 100 straight targets from 19 yards. Webb's prize money totaled more than $4 000 because the field of 1,518 shooters was second largest in the history ot the event. Roger Dell, Fergus Falls, Minn., who broke 99 birds out ol 100 from the 20-yard line was second. Frances King, Atlanta, Ga. won the women s Ifandicap event, defeating two others in a shooto after all three had scored 198's ou of 200. Carolyn Elliott, Philade phia, was seco.id and Joan Pfleu ;er, North Miami, Fla., third. Dr. 0. T. Dean, Seattle, Wash von a special trophy for doctor by defeating Dr. Byron Dixon 'armland, Ind., in a shooloff. H e r b Parsons, Somerville 'enn., took the professional cham pionship by breaking 98 targets ou of 100 from the 23-yard line. Tom Taye of Findlay, 0., and Do Jewelling of Harvey, 111., tie or second place. * Bou ling B and R Recreation Team Standing lidw Kiwaiiis . . Orman's Standard Service .... Thos F Ladd .. Madison Service .Edw Motor Service _ VUndrup's Service Figge's Grocery Kriege Hatchery VFW Sdw Lumber Team high three, Edw Service 2246. Team high single, Figge's eery, 793. Ind. high three, P. Ohm, Ind high single, P. Ohm, ' W L 3 0 . 3 0 2 i . 2 1 2 1 1 2 .1 2 1 2 3 3 0 3 Motor Gro- 563. 199. Forty Boafts Compete In International Races Chicago, (tP»--Forty competitors set sail today after a one-day rest in the International Star Boat sailing contest. The winner will be decided to- DOT May Harm Soil Minneapolis, (IP)--DDT may have a harmful effect on soils, a garden specialist warned yesterday. Dr. R. M. Carleton, research director of Vaughan's Seed Co, Chicago, told the convention of Men's Garden Siubs of America that some studies indicate use of the insecticide Nye, Chicago, who Motor Scooter Trip St. Paul, (IP)--John Snare and his wile, Daisy, left today on a 3,700- mile motor scooter trip through Dixie. Snare, a graduate agricultural economics student at the University of Minnesota, completed his f i n a l exams yesterday. Mrs. Snare will ride in a sidecar. They headed toward Kansas City first and eventually will tour Missouri, Kansas, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, Indiana and Illinois. Experts on Artie travel say that the successful explorer should be equal to walking as far in a day as lis dogs can pull the sledge and camp equipment. CALL 2073 For COURTEOUS SERVICE EDWARDSVILLE LAUNDRY CO, 243 W. Vandalia St. Davis Cup Play Opened Today Forest Hills, N. Y. ,(IP» -- Ted chroeder and Dick (Pancho lonzales, a pair of Caiitornian_ /ho hold the top two titles in ennis, were favored over Bill; idwell and young Frank Sedgmai f Australia as the U. S. launched efense of the Davis Cup today. Srhroeder, 28 year-old Wimble on champion from La Crestenta alk',, and never beaten in five ost-war cup matches, met Sid ell, an erratic No. 2 Aussie in IB first singles match. Gonzales aced a far stiffer foe in Sedgmai n the second, but the swarthj mencan tltlehuldcr from Los An ele.s was at HID peak of his game training ended. Two singles matches were sched led today, Ihe doubles tomorrow nd the final singles matches Sun iy in the beM-of-fivc series. The doubles probably will pit G a r d n a r Mulloy of Coral Gables Fla , and Billy Talbert ol New York against Sidwell and Captain John Bromwieh leading Aussie tandem which swept the U. S. doubles championship last week. Schroeder and Gonzales will switch singles opponents for the wind-up Sunday, Browns Can't Set Flag But Wait Til Next Year St. Louis, (IP)--The St. Louis Browns cannot win the American league pennant. They were eliminated mathematically last night by a 9-5 loss to Philadelphia. If the leading team in the league, the New York Yankees, loses all the remaining games of the season and the Browns win all their remaining games t h e standings would be this: New York 70 80 .481 St. Louis 73 81 .474 Wait 'til next year. -. -- Pape 482, W. Mindrup 411, O. Bussman 410, A. Flannery 474, E. Hefferman 4S4. Madison Service (2)--G. Bardelmeier 433, A. Gvotefendt 483, R. Baptist 455, M. Clayton 370, K Wohlford 470. Orman's Service (3)--W. Engelmann 425, A. Judge 438, E. Orman 426, D. Willis 316, G. Townzen 442 VFW (0)--12. Shaake 400, Baehr 354, W. Bratten 369, Knaggs 380, W Henke 373. Kiwanis )3--E. Loveless 452, A. Gregor 376, J. Hotter 433, G. Brock 460, D, Coffman 469. Edw Lumber (0)--E. Slegel 361, N. Dankenberg 350, E. Langendorf 407, E. Bunte 396, Blind 405. morrow, Harry G. . = _ ,, placed third in three races with his boat Gale, lead with 111 point-going into the critical competition Robert Lippincott, Riverton, N J., was second with Blue Star II having finished seventh, secon and fifth three days this week. The Shooting Star of Durvvar. Knowles, Nassau, Bahamas, led the four foreign boats in the race finishing fourth the first day and fifth the third day. Knowles did not compete in the second trial. The contestants had a day ~ of rest yesterday. Page 10 Fri., Aug. 26, 194? may cut soil fertility after ' V years. He warned gardenei- I be cautious in the use of DDT u - j , further studies have been made possible soil poisoning. Thos F. Ladd (2)--F. Bartels 417, F. Balsters 364, O. Hartman 490, O. Sander 437. A. Stahlhut 458. Kriege Hatchery (D--H. Overmier 441, G. Kriege 427, M. Suhre 393, H. Kriege 351, D. Kriege 434. Edw Motor Ser. (2)--M. Berlemann 461, P. Ohm 563, E. Zimmerman 313, G. Kinzer 399, L. Lanee 510. Figge's Groc (1)--R. McNeilly 488, J. Sclimollinger 474, W Figge 406 M. Nash 43i, Blind 4(15. Four Veterans Meet In Woman's Tourney Chicago, (IP)--Four veterans met in the semi-finals of the women's western amateur championship today. Peggy Kirk, hard-hitting Find lay, O., star who already holds the 1949 national titleholders and north and south championships, played Polly Riley, a stocky Fort Worth, Tex., ace who was runner- up for the Championship last year, in tho upper bracket match. In the lower bracket Mary Agnes Wall, a veteran from Menominee,, Mich., who twice previously has been in the semi-finals of the western amateur, faced Helen Sigel, a well-known ace from Phila- edlphia competing in the western this year for the first time. The semi-finals advanced yesterday in cash fashion. Routs I Resident Plays With Sub Force Club Loyd W. Simpson, seaman apprentice. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd B. 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