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23 TAMPA MORNING TRIBUNE. Wednesday. June 21. 1953 Named Cage Coach MILWAUKEE. June 23. OP) Joel F. (Jack) Nagle, who resigned as assistant basketball coach at Marquette University last May, today was named head cage coach succeeding Fred (Tex) Winter. The Rev. Clarence J. Ryan, athletic board chairman, said Nagle was giving up his new position as coach at suburban Shorewood High School to return to Marquette. He had been an assistant to Winter, who resigned last week to go to Kansas State College, and to the late William S. (Bill) Chandler, Winter's predecessor at Marquette. Allstate offers scovii traces ED AnsG In most cases Allstate's liability rates are substantially less than those of other prominent insurance companies. Allstate offers average savings of 17 to Florida motorists. Low rates are but one of many good reasons for insuring with Allstate, the auto insurance company founded by Sears, Roebuck, famous for bet ter value. Allstate's unusually high percentage of renewals is the best proof of customer satisfaction. Get the facts today and save. than or visit Iht Alhlatt officii Room 46, Western Union Bldg. Phono 2-7486 801 Florida Ave. Phono 2-1 71 5 V l III .i re m vooa nanas wirn imd INSURANCE COMPANY founded by Sears. ..famous for better value loebtck ond Co- with assets ond iiobiiiri aisTmct ond seporat tre m parent Bombers Win Doubleheader From All-Stars CLEARWATER, June 23. (Spe cial) Herb McWhorter and John Hunter hurled 1-0 victories over the St. Petersburg All-Stars here tonight to give the Clearwater Bombers both ends of a softball doubleheader. McWhorter hurled the first game and had a perfect game going until the sixth inning when Shortstop John Quade shattered his hopes of a no-hitter w ith a short single. Mc Whorter fanned 11 and walked none. Bill Merchant was the losing hurler. A triple to left center Dy Bobby Forbes and an error by Third-base man Dale Gilbert, gave Hunter his one-run margin in the nightcap. Hunter struck out 14 batters and gave up only one hit, that by Dick Rowley in the first inning. Al Repetto pitched for St. Petersburg. The Bombers scored their win ning run in the first game when Ed Riddell was safe on John Quade's error, was sacrificed to second, went to third on a passed ball and scored on Whitlock's fly to right field. The wins tonight gave the Bom ber pitchers their 17th victory of the year although McWhorter has lost four games while Hunter is undefeated. The Bombers have a 42-6 record and have won their 19th straight game, their longest winning streak since 1950 when they racked up 26 straight. All-Star Rowley 2b Roberts 3b Sawcett II Poston c Palmer rf Dykes lb Lyons cf Quade ss Merchant p 2 (FIRST CAME) tb r h Bomber at) 0 0 Lewis lb 2 0 n Ellis cf 2 0 1 Forbes rt 3 O O Riddell c 3 0 O Usmiller 3b 2 0 O Whitlock ss 3 0 0 0 Holmes If 3 0 0 1 Moore 2b 2 0 0 0 McWh'rter p 2 0 Totals 2 02 Totals 22 1 ALL-STARS 000 000 0 0 BOMBERS 000 001 X : E: Roberts 2. Quade. Whitlock. RBI Whitlock. SB: Forbes. S: Usmiller. Left: Ail-Stars 3. Bombers 5. BB: Oft Mer chant 1. SO: By McWhorter 11, Merchant 3. HBP: By Merchant (Lewis). PB: Pos ton, Winner: McWhorter. Loser: Mer chant. U; Burns, Jackson and H. Moore, l: 1:21. See.nd Gimt) ab r ti Bombers 0 Bond rf 1 Ellis cf 0 Forbes lb 0 Hunter p All-Stars Caralls cf Rowley 2b Gilbert 3b Poston c Repetto p Dykes lb Sawcett If Palmer rf Quade ss 2 3 2 0 0 Overcash c 3 0 0 Usmiller 3b 1 O 0 Whitlock ss 2 O 0 Holmes If 2 O O Everett 2b 2 ab r h 3 O 0 0 1 0 0 0 O O O Totals . 23 0 1 Totals .20 1 ALL-STARS 000 000 0 0 BOMBERS 000 000 11 E: Glloert, Forbes. 3BH: Forbes. SB Gilbert. L: AU-Stars 2: Bombers 3. BB: off Repetto 3. SO: by Hunter. 14: Repetto 2. WP: Hunter. LP: Repetto. TJ: Burns, jacason ana H. Moore. 1: 1:09. ADVERTISEMENT I. V W Tf I -j iff" mJ I f Lions Make Clean Sweep of FIL Series With Tampa (Continued from Page 19) j to drive in two more, accounting for five of Tampa's six runs. Handy's ninth homer of the season in the sixth produced the Lions final tally and ran their home run output for the year to 77 in 70 games. PRE-BIRTIIDAY KISSES Off-den, Utah, June 23. Former Heavyweight Champion Jack Dempsey receives premature birthday kisses from Daughters Joan, 18, left, and Barbara, 17. His old manager. Jack Kearns, plants a shy kiss on Dempsey's head. Dempsey's 58th birthday is Wednesday. (AP Wirephoto). Pafko, Crandall Lead In 'Star Voting . ,..w mmrwr J HELP'S fiEUEVE 5007HES BURMNG TEAI CLACKED. FEUN6 TVES- AlOS HBALNQ AMAZINGLY! FiRST USED HOSPTALS ':" NOW RELEASED TO DdUSQISTS; GUARANTEED TING must SATISFY yOU IN A WEEK-OR MONEY BACK a fV iW 7z n I rv j ' i w . rr Si 7 ;L., fr mi I N LAB TESTS T7HL PROVED EFFECTIVE fit KILLING SPECIFIC TYPES OF ATHLETE'S FOOT FLJVA OA AO SECOND CONTACT.' EVEN IF OTHER PRODUCTS HAVE FAILED 7y AMAZING TfNG Tt&AVf GPEASELE5S. STAJNLES ' ALL ORU6&ISTS . Jf A 1 miJrU a . t j ...ALSO AVAILABLE IN THE NEW SIO CCONOMf SUM. Westerners Dominate NCAA Meet SYRACUSE, N. Y June 23 UP) Westerners dominated the sin gles play in the 60th annual Na tional Collegiate Athletic Association Tennis Tournament today when the field was narrowed to 16 competitors. Twelve of those surviving the wind-swept third-round play hail from West Coast colleges. Two, including top - seeded Hamilton Richardson of Tulane, are from Southern schools and one each from the East and Midwest remain in contention. They will move into fourth-round play tomorrow at the Syracuse University courts. The field has been paired from 72 entries from 31 schools. Winds with gusts up to 30 miles an hour swept the courts today, making play difficult. Meanwhile, action started in the doubles event of the week-long tourney. The second-seeded team of Bob Perry and Larry Huebner of UCLA and Ron Livingston and James Read, also of UCLA, drew first-round byes. Harold McGrath of Syracuse is the lone Easterner and Stan Dro-bec the only Midwesterner still in the singles competition. In ad dition to Richardson, John Hernandez of Texas is the only Southerner remaining. Richardson, a six-foot sophomore and a Davis Cup team player, maintained his record of never having lost a set in collegiate competition by defeating Bob Czerwonky of Florida, 6-1, 6-4, in the third round. Second - seeded Gil Smea of Southern California and third-seeded Cliff Mayne of California, Eastern intercollegiate champion, scored easy victories. Shea downed John Devos of Kalamazoo, 6-4. 6-3, and Mayne dumped Allan Cleve land of Southern California, 6-4, j b-l. In the doubles. Roger Pharr and Bob Czerwonky. Florida, defeated John Houtk and Bob Kramer of Brown, by default. Sun Sox, 14; Saints. 5 ST.o PETERSBURG. June 23 (. The Miami Sun Sox held a batting banquet at the expense of the St. Petersburg Saints tonight, slamming out 20 hits for a 14-5 decision before 1367 Florida Inter national League fans. Al Lopez and Joe Gushanes held the Saints to five hits while their mates slugged Stan Milankovich, Dennis Jent and Carmen Donato for a home run, two doubles and eight singles. Ed Little led the way with a home run in the eighth after he had doubled in the sixth. Lopez hit a double and a single and Paul Armstrong two doubles for the Sun Sox. Miami scored four in the fifth on three hits and three errors, then broke loose for nine in the sixth on eight hits and three walks. Three of the hits in that frame were doubles. Jent relieved Milankovich but faced only four men before Donato took over. The Saints hadn't made a hit until the sixth when a hit batsman, three walks and singles by-Gene Hassell and Don Richards pushed across three runs. The Saints picked up two more in the ninth on Hassell's walk, a single by Richards and Tony Ortiz' double. Miami ab r h St. Pete Wilis ss 5 2 1 Hasell 2b Didter 2b 5 2 3 Richards cf Armstrong If 6 1 3 Ortiz 3b Baro cf 5 2 3 Seal If Sierra rf 5 2 1 Subalb Parris 3b 6 12 Smith rf Alexson lb 4 1 3 Santiago ss Little c 5 2 2 Batchelor c Lopez p 4 12 Stroud c Gushanes p 1 0 0 Milank'cb p Jent p Totals ..46 14 20 Donato p a-Stowe CHICAGO. June 23. I.JV-Andy Pafko and Del Crandall of the rampaging Milwaukee Braves today captured top spots in the nationwide voting for the July 14 All-Star game. Pafko. 32, moved ahead of Chi cago's Hank Sauer and 23-year-old Crandall ousted Brooklyn Roy Campanella to lead the right field and catcher voting in the National League. Pafko. sidelined by injury, has collected 106.272 votes to top Sauer's 101.741 by 4531. Crandall is 3035 votes ahead of Campanella, 104,208 to 101,173. A third Milwaukee star, Ed Mathews, leads at third base with 118,266. The top vote-getters are Mickey Mantle, New York center fielder, in the American League, with 128,- 563 votes, and second sacker Red Schoendienst of the St. Louis Cards in the National with 120,- 174. The leaders: NATIONAL LEAGUE First Base Kluszewski. Cincinnati, 114,-652; Hodges. Brooklyn, 106.384: Fondy, Chicago. 81,739; ' Adcock. Milwultee. 77,- 206; Toargeson. Philadelphia, 32,807. Second Base Schoendienst, St. Louis, 120,174: Williams. New York, 71.355: Mik- sis. Chicago. 70.883: Dittmer. Milwaukee, 62.196: Ryan. Philadelphia. 60.417. Third Base Mathews. Milwaukee. 118.-266:. Adams, Cincinnati. 86 511: Jackson Chicago. 75.949: Cox. Brooklyn, 44,337; Jablonski. St. Louis. 35.104. Shortstop Hamner, Philadelphia. 111.-505: Reese. Brooklyn. 104.732: Dark, New York. 97.119: Logan, Milwaukee, 43,829; McMillan. Cincinnati, 42.364. Left Field Musial. St. Louis. 110 287: J. Robinson. Brooklyn. 107.539; Kiner. Chi cago, 102.912; Lockman, New York, 82,-668: Gordon. Milwaukee. 41,372. Center Field Ashburn. Philadelphia. 112.408; Snider. Brooklyn. 106.253: Bell. Cincinnati. 87.992: Baumholtz. Chicago, 76.174: Bruton, Milwaukee. 63.816. Right Field Pafko. Milwaukee. 106.272; Sauer. Chicago. 101,741: Wyrostek. Philadelphia. 89.461; Slaughter, St. Louis. 86.-504: Furillo. Brooklyn, 51.393. Catcher Crandall, Milwaukee, 104.208; Campanella. Brooklyn. 101.173: D. Rice. St. Louis. 78.359; Westrum, New York, 64.833; Seminick. Cincinnati. 47.211. AMERICAN LEAGl'F. First Base Fain, Chicago. 111.512; Vernon, Washington, 108.403; E. Robinson. Phu.ieiaphia. 92.W4: Collins. New York. 61.17; Dropo, Detroit, 58.182. Second Base Fox. Chicago. 112.728; Aviia. Cleveland. 107.122: Goodman. Bos ton. 84.518; Martin. New York, 76.331; Terwilliger, Philadelphia. 35,117. Third Base Rosen, Cleveland. 115.463: Suder. Philadelphia. 92,199: McDougald. New York. 77.316; Yost, Washington, 43.-797; Hatfield. Detroit. 16.084. Shortstop Riziuto. New York, 113,664; Carrasauel. Chicago. 108.259: Kuenn. De troit. 53.102: Hunter. St. Louis. 49,30b: Joost. Phildelphia. 44.783. Left Field Zernial. Philadelphia. 113.-024; Minoso. Chicago. 99.378: Kell. Bos ton. 94.681: Woodling. New York. 89.702 Mitchell. Cleveland, 42.197. Center Field Mantle. New York, 128.- 568: Rivera, Chicago, 84.191; Doby, Cleveland. 78.303: Busby. Washington, 69,921; an.1 Groth. St. Louis, 37.274. hr- Right Field Bauer. New York. 108.307: Meie. Chicago. 76.115: Nieman. St. Louis. 74.731: Philley. Philadelphia, 74.73U Jensen, Washington, 62,055. CATCHER Berra. New York. 116.443; Lollar. Chicago, 91.867; White. Boston. 85.022: Hegan, Cleveland. 69.184; Court ney, St. Louis. 26.159. Bolero Leads Race ANNAPOLIS, Md., June 23 (JP! Bolero, 73 - foot yacht beauty, slithered up Chesapeake Bay to night in almost imperceptible snatches of wind to lead the New port-Annapolic race fleet. Wins In Stretch WESTBURY, N. Y., June 23 UP Super Chief owned by the Three H. Farm of Las Vegas, Nev put on a brilliant stretch drive tonight to win the Secretary Pace at Roosevelt Raceway by a length over Mighty Grattan. ' DEAD BATTERY? Call Pioneer 2-1951. Whether your car is home or downtown Pioneer will put in a rental battery quickly. You use your car immediately. Open Weekdays S A. M. to S. P. M. Tampa at Washington 28 Years of Growth With Tampa ab T h 3 2 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 1 o 0 0 0 o 1 0 0 0 Totals . . ::0 S a-Grounded out for Donato in 9th. MIAMI 000 049 010 14 ST. PETERSBURG 000 003 002 5 E: Lopez, Santiago, Richards. Ortiz, RBI: Baro 2. Alexson 2, Didier, Armstrong Sierra, Parris 2. Little 3. Lopez 2. Rich ards, Ortiz 3, Suba. 2BH: Lopez. Armstrong 2. Little, Ortiz. HR: Little. SB Hassel, Wills. DP: Parris. Didier and Alexson. 2: Santiago, Hassell and Suba L: Miami 10. St. Petersburg 8. BB: off Milankovich 2, Jent 1, Lopez 5. Gushanes 2. Donato 1. so: by Milankovich 5. LO' pez 2, Gushanes 3, Donato 1. H: off Lopez 2 in 5'3 innings; Jent, 2 in 0 innings Donato, 7 in 4 inninesr Milankovich. 11 In 5 innings; Gushanes, 3 in 33 innings. HBP: Hassel by Lopez: Stroud by Lopez: Richards by Gushanes. W: Lopez. L: Milankovich. U: Williams and Elder. A 1367. T: 2:31. Chubby Kirkland, Ex-Catawba Coach, Dies Of Heart Ailment SALISBURY, Js. C, June 23 LP) Gordon A. (Chubby) Kirkland, athletic director and former football coach at Catawba College, died at his home here today. He was 48. Death was attributed to heart trouble, a malady he suffered several years ago which forced him to relinquish his coaling duties. His football teams won 106 games, lost 32 and tied eight in 14 years. Cubans, 7-8; Tribe, 0-0 HAVANA, Cuba, June 23.-4. Havana's Cubans moved out of the Florida International League cel lar Tuesday night and dumped the West Palm Beach Indians in by sweeping a doubleheader, 7-0 and 8-0 and handing the Indians their fourth straight shutout. Vicente Lopez spaced seven hits to West Palm Beach in the night cap as he walked only three and struck out seven. Havana rapped two Indian moundsmen for nine hits with Oscar Fernandez leading the way. The Cuban catcher coL lected two singles and a double and drove in five runs. A hit batsman, an error, a fly and Fernandez' single netted Ha vana a run in the fifth and they added five in the seventh on two walks, singles by Reinaldo Alvarez Tony Pacheco and Luis Morales and doubles by Fernandez and Julio Becquer. Carlos Pascual limited the In dians to five hits in the seven- inning tilt while the Cubans com. bined six hits with three West Palm Beach errors to win easily before about 600 fans in Gran Stadium. Pascual fanned nine and walked five as the Indians left 10 runners stranded. Manager Whitey Piatt started behind the plate for the visitors and took over as pitcher in the sixth. Havana's first run came on a walk to Andrea Fleitas followed by singles by Juan Delis and Tony Pacheco. 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