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10 TAMPA MORNING TRIBUNE. Monday. September 7, 1933 Notre Dame Can Field Veteran At Each Position This Year; Opens Against Oklahoma Br CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN ; SOUTH BEND, Ind.. Sept. 6. W) Notre Dame can start a veteran at parh nnsition this Fall, hut the real starch in the Irish's bid lor national football honors will come from sophomores backing thm up. The only newcomer who currently rates much of a chance as a starter when Notre Dame opens its 10-game schedule at Oklahoma Sept. 26 is Left Guard Day Lemek, 6-1 207-pounder from Sioux City, Iowa. The other sophomores and there probably are more good ones this season than for the last five years will have a hard time beat ing out the veterans. Coach Frank Leahy will go with Balph Guglielmi. a junior, as his 2o. 1 quarterback, with Tom Carey posted right behind him. They alternated a great deal last year under the two-platoon system. But pushing both is sophomore Don Schaefer. 5-11. 185, from Central Catholic High School of Pittsburgh. As the season progresses, Schaefer could step in as No. 1 in this key spot. He is a good long and short passer, a breakaway type of runner and. probably more important, an excellent defensive man. At left half is Joe Heap, fastest man on the squad. Lined up behind him at this spot are sopho mores Dick Fitzgerald. 190, Chi cago, and Dick Hendricks, 182, Danville, 111. -. All-America John Lattner, a perfect double-duty performer, is a fixture at right half. He is backed -tip by Dick Washington, hard-driv ing 200-pound Negro from Vander- vilt. Pa., and Dick Keller. 180. Toledo, an elusive, slicing runner. Neil AVorrien. veteran bulldozing fullback, will have support from John Gaffney, 190, Chicago, rated as probably the top sophomore hackfield prospect: George Wilson. 385. Polo, 111., and senior Tom McHugh. . The end positions appear to be the weakest link in Notre Dame's lineup. Dan Shannon, an excellent linebacker in 1952, has been con verted from fullback to an end lob and will start on the left side while Captain Don Penza takes "the ripht. Both are eood nass iatchers, as are backs Heap, Latt-fier and Worden. Starting at tackles are veterans Art Hunter, 221, and Sam Pa-lumbo, 195. At guards are Lemek. or Szy-fnanski. 212-pound junior from To ledo, and Menu Mavraides. tremor Jim Schrader is rated the No center. "One of our main weaknesses j lack of team speed, in the back-field and through the line," Leahy Jmalyses. The Irish won seven games, lost two (to Michigan State and Pittsburgh and tied one in 1952. They were ranked No. 3 nationally at the finish. Notre Dame will be made or broken in its first four games, meeting in succession Oklahoma. Purdue, Pittsburgh and Georgia Tech. Girl Stars Top Mat Card Here Tonight Girl wrestlers again will take over the Municipal Auditorium ports spotlight tonight with Cora t ombs. Hazard. Ky., after her second straight Tampa victory in the main event of a three-match card. Heavies will scrap in additional matches which will find starting time in the downtown ring set for 8:30 o'clock. Miss Combs won in straight falls over Shirley West last week but is expected to run up against more opposition tonight when she meets Carol Carota, vivacious scrapper from Cincinnati, a former diving, tumbling and weight lifting star. The match will be two out of three falls, one hour time nmii. The girls are continuing the se rles which Promoter Cowboy Lut trail has started to select an op rmnent for a title match with World's Champion Mildred Burke .-Frederick Von Schacht. 6-7 Ger man giant, and Bobby Lane, the Mexican Kid. a 6-4. 240-pounder re down for a battle to the finish In the two out of three falls semi final. -A scientific battle, a rare thing In wrestling today, appears the bill of fare for the opener between Rav Villmer. St. Louis, and Mike Clancv. Boston. The match will open the card annd will be limited to one fall with a time limit. Billy Vessels Stars In Eskimos' 18-6 Win Over Stampeeders . CALGARY. Alberta. Sept. 6. LP The Edmonton Eskimos romped to an 18-6 victory over the Calvary Stampeeders of the Western Interprovincial Football Union Ust night leading through the entire game following Billy Vessels' 95-yard run for a touchdown following the opening kickoff. The victory placed Edmonton, last year's WFIU champions, in sole possession of second place behind the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Vessels, who starred with the University of Oklahoma last year, also paced the powerful Eskimo air attack with another American import. Rollie Miles of California. The. two halfbacks pulled the trigger on running and pass plays and kept Calgary deep down in their own territory until the middle of the last quarter when the Cowboys came through for their only score. -r s- -j- - mw" ' v: .-e 1 LONE TAMPAN AT FSU Two-year letterman Jimmy Lee Taylor, former Plant High School star, is the lone Tampan on the 1953 Florida State University football squad. Taylor played at blocking back in 1952, will go at end in '53, a position he played in 1951. COACHES TO BE PUT ON HONOR Must Abide By Rule Which Limits Grid Substitutions ANNAPOLIS. Md., Sept. 6. W Football coaches in the East will be honor bound to abide by the new rule which limits substitutions and does away with the platoon system. The responsibility will be theirs and not the officials. Commis- 1 sioner Asa S. Bushnell of the Eastern College Athletic conierence emphasized today. "The rules say so, and have been specifically interpreted," Bushnell said. Some of the nations other conferences have indicated they'll Asturiano Nine Takes Third Place The Centro Asturiano nine wallopped the Cuban Club 9-2 in the first game of the Intersocial Baseball League weekly double- header yesterday at Cuscaden Park and took third place when the Italian Club lost to the Elks 4-3 in the nightcap. Tonv Gonzalez and Virgil Brin- son teamed up to hold the Cubans to four hits. Gonzalez started and allowed three safeties in seven innings and received credit for his second win. Brinson hurled the last two frames and allowed one hit and one run. Gonzalez helped his own cause with a pair of hits that pushed in two runs. The Asturians pounded Frank Leto and Eddie Kansriddle for 13 hits including three by Sergio Castillo. They took a four-run lead in the first three innings, and added four in the fifth and one in the seventh to score their fourth win of the season over the Cubans. They made four double plays to tie the league record for a game. Score Unearned Run A hit, a walk and an error gave the league leading Elks Club an unearned run in the top of the ninth to break a 3-3 tie and stretch their lead over the Loyal Knight to two games. Raymond Keller was credited with his third triumph of the season, although he needed help from John Wehust. Keller pitched eight innings and allowed seven hits, two of them in the eighth, mixed with an error tied up the game. The Elks scored one in the first on a Nene Fernandez triple and Armando Blanco's double and two more in the sixth on a single by Lou Salario, Jerry Sanchez double and a fly out. The Italians scored one in the fourth on a hit, a walk and an error, another one in the fifth on a double by Manuel Del Rosal and Mike Pellegrino's base hit. m rinb ab r h Italian Club ab r h Fern'dez rf 3 1 I DelRosa! cf 4 1 1 Blanco as 5 0 1 Ssiadino 3b 4 0 1 Lopm cf 4 0 1 Gonzales lb 4 0 1 Salario lb 4 11 Pclesrlno 2b 4 1 2 Sanchez 2b1 4 11 Rio c 3 10 Cabrera If 4 0 1 Garcia If 3 0 1 Beniito 3b 3 12 Perez ss 4 0 1 Miranda e 3 0 2 Ipolliuo rf 10 0 Keller p 3 0 0 Saleml rl 2 0 0 Wehust p 10 0 Luis p 3 0 0 a-Coilazo 10 1 Totals 34 4 10 Totals 33 3 8 a-Sinsiled (or Luis In 9th. EI KS CLUB 100 002 0014 ITALIAN CLUB ...... 000 110 0103 E: Elk Club 5. Italian Club I. RBI: Blanco, Pe'.learlno, Cabrera. Perez. 2B: Blanco. DelRosal. Sanchez. 3B: N. Fernandez. SB: N. Fernandez. S Rio. DelRosal. DP: Blanco. Sanchez and Salario: Luis. Pellenrlno and Oonzalei: Rio and Gonzalez: Sanchez and Mirando: Blanco and Miranda. Left: Elks Club 7. Italian Club S. BB: Off Keller 2 Luis 4 SO- Bv Keller 2. Luis 5. H: Off Keller 7 in R innings for 3 runs. Wehust 1 in 1. KRP : Rv Keller 'Sa!adino. PB: Miranda. W: Keller i3-l). L: Luis i2-6. U: Viail. Greco. T: 1:45. Stock Races Set Today At Plant Field Modified stock car races are scheduled at Plant Field this afternoon, with time trials starting at 1 o'clock. All proceeds of the program will go to the MacDill Air Force Aid Society. On the program will be a 25-lap feature race on the quarter-mile track, a three-lap trophy dash, a 10-lap consolation and three 10-lap heat races. Most of the top drivers in the West Coast of Florida circuit, as well as several leading drivers from Miami are expected to compete. From Miami will come Banjo Matthews, Hank Pollard and Bobby Johns, all highly rated in the stock field. Leading local drivers include Pete Folse and Pancho Alvarez. The MacDill Air Force Base band will furnish music. Col. B. H. Merchant, MacDill commanding officer, will be on hand to award a special trophy. Cubs Take Both Ends of Twin Bill With Reds, 7-6, 7-2 (Continued from Page 9) the kayoed starter, sent Frankie Baumholtz home and enabled Kiner to match Kluszewski. FIRST GAME Cincinnati ab r h Chicaco ab r 1 Bmhoiiz cf 4 1 Miksis 2b 5 0 Jackson 3b 0 Kiner If give officials at least a share of the burden of checking substitutions. The new rule forbids any player to return to the game during the quarter in which he was yanked out, with two exceptions. He may get back during the last four minutes of the second and fourth periods. Many coaches, like Navy's Eddie Erdelatz, plan setting up a "dead" bench to avoid confusion. Men taken out would sit there until the end of a quarter or the start of the four-minute periods. Bushnell was here with nearly 100 of the men who toot whistles on gridirons for the annual examination and clinic of the Eastern Association of Intercollegiate Football Officials. He didn't anticipate much of a fuss over putting the substitution rule into coaching hands. Neither did Ellwood A. Geiges of Norris-town. Pa., secretary-treasurer of the association. Geiges said he recalled no complications in the old days before the bars on substitutions were lifted and platoons of specialists paraded in and out. The referees, umpires, linesmen and field judges spent the day at the Naval Academy for the clinic. Off the field they're such as dentists, lawyers, clerks and salesmen. On the field they make $100 for an average Saturday afternoon with major college teams. Wimauma Has Largest Grid Squad in History: 36 Boys Despite the fact that Wimauma is blessed with the largest football squad in its four-year grid history 36 boys rHead Coach John Bliz-iotes has said. "We'll be mighty fortunate to break even this Fall." Bliziotes is faced with the problem of replacing three all-Tampa Bay Conference standouts who were lost via graduation, Center Ovid Matthews. Halfback Warren Jahn and End Brun Davis. Eight lettermen will return to make the Wimauma picture somewhat brighter. They are End Roy Beli'sle, Tackles Franklin Faulk, Robert Rowell and Eugene Strickland. Guard Donald Stanaland and Backs B. F. Jahn. Claud Holland and Charles Bradley. Bradley is the tailback and Jahn the fullback in the Wimauma single wing. A 165-pounder, Bradley is Bliziotes principal runner while Jahn has proven to be the Wildcats' ace passer. Holland is a right halfback. Faulk has been moved from his pst Adams SO 5 llatcon 2b 3 Bridges 2b 0 Bell ct 4 Klusx'ski lb 3 0 1 bMetkovtcu Marshall rf 4 2 3 Sauer if Gr'ngrasj If 4 Lanrinth c 4 McMillan ss 3 Pkowski p 2 Ke.iy p 2 0 1 cjeffcoat 1 1 Fondy lb O 0 McCull'gh c 2 O 0 dGarasiola 1 0 0 Smaliey s 4 Rush p 1 Klippsteln p 2 aSawatskl 10 0 Lown p 0 0 0 Totals 34 6 fly Totals 36 7 10 y-To out in 9th when winning run scored. a-Popped out for Klippsteln in 8th. b-Rm for Kiner in 9ih. c-Ran and scored for Sauer in 9th. d-Doubied for McCuilough in 9th. CINCINNATI 131 000 010 6 CHICAGO 100 210 1027 E: Kiner. Greengrass. RBI: Marshall 2. Halton 2. Adams, Jackson. Kiner 2. Sauer, Fondy, Greengrass, Gaianiola. 2B: Marshall. Garagiola. HR: Halton. Jackson. Kiner, Sauer, Fondy, Marshall. SB: Fondy. Left: Cincinnati 5. Chicago 10. BB: Rush 1. Perkowskl 3, Kiippstein 1. Kelly 4, Lown 2. SO: Rush 2. Perkowski 3. Kiippstein 1. Keliy 2, Lown 2. HO: Rush 7 in 2':i, Perkowskl 6 in 4'3, Kiippstein 1 in Sj. Lown 0 in 1. Kelly 4 in 43. R and KR: Kush 5-5. Perkowskl 4-4. Kiippstein l-l. Lown 0-0. Keliy 3-3. WP: Keily. Winner: Lown 8-b. Loser: Kelly (l-3. U: Gore. Jackosski, Kobei ts and Balianfanl. T: 2.28. Cuban Club ab K'sridle If-p 4 LaRocca cf 3 Sanchez c-ss 3 Cuesta ss-c 3 Yglesias 3b 3 Martoski lb 4 Carlisle rf 2 Lav'dera 2b 4 Leto p-lf 2 T h Centro A. b r h 0 0 Tedesco ss 3 0 1 0 1 Rodriguez rf O 0 0 0 1 Bianco lb S 0 2 1 0 Castillo 2b 5 0 3 0 0 Torre c 4 0 0 0 1 Fern dez cf 5 2 2 0 1 Seoane rf 4 2 1 0 0 Nljrlch 3b 2 3 1 1 0 Brinson If 3 11 Gonzalez p 4 1 2 Cincinnati Adams 3b Hatton 2b Bell cf Klusz'skl lb Marshall rf areeng'ss if Seminick c McMillan sa Nuxha 11 p King p a-Lerchen b-Borkowski 3mith p SECOND ab r 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 GAME Chicago ab Baumh Itz cf 3 Jett'coat cf Ramaz tti 2b Jackson 3b Kiner if Sauer rf Fondy lb Smaliey ss Garagioia c Willis p Lakeland To Hold Double Drill Today LAKELAND, Sept. 6 (Special) Two workouts are on tap Monday for the Lakeland Dreadnaughts as they prep for their intra-squad game Thursday at Bryant Stadium.! Coach Nurmi Nelson lauded the work of several players in last week's drills and expressed pleasure at the fine spirit of the players. Nelson's team is confronted with the unenviable task of tangling with 10 Big Ten foes, six of them at home. Lakeland opens its season Sept. 18 at Tampa's Phillips Field with Hillsborough. Singled out for commendations were Tackles Donald Henry and Kit Logan and Backs Glen Gordon, Ray Garrison, Co-Captain Jerry Drawdy and Paul Davis. Logan turned in a fine j6b at defensive tackle in Friday's session while Gordon looked good running from fullback, the one big question mark in the Dreadnaught backfield. " Should Logan develop the Dread-naughts' tackles would both exceed 230 pounds. Guard and Co-Captain Joe Barnard went out of action with bad teeth and will be unable to play Thursday. End Peyton Montgomery will also be out of the intra-squad game be cause of a badly sprained elbow. Montgomery is still a doubtful starter against Hillsborough. After tomorrow's double session the Dreadnaughts will return to their once-a-day sessions Tuesday. Gray, Herbert Star In Tigers 5-2. Win Over Lowly Browns (Continued from Page 9) Batts singled and a double play moved Dropo to third base. Brownie starter and loser Lou Kretlow was knocked out in the third inning. Gray received credit for the win, giving him a record of eight wins and 14 losses. Kretlow has won one and lost five. b I h St. Louis ab r 3 Hunter ss 4 2 Sievers lb 2 0 Kryhoski lb 2 3 Lenhardtll 4 1 Paige p 2 Wertz rf 2 Stephens 3b 31 7 7 Totals 23 2 4 Totals 35 9 13 CUBAN CI.UB 001 000 0012 CENTRO ASTURIANO 022 040 lOx 9 E: Cuban Club 4. Centro Asturiano 2. RBI: Tedesco. Oonzalez 2. Blanco. Carlisle. 2B- Castillo. Fernsndfi. Brinson. Njirich. SB: Yslesias. Seoane. Tedesco. Cuesta. S: Carlisle. Njirich. DP: Brinson and Castillo; Tedesco. Castillo and Blanco 2: Gonzalez. Njirich and Blanco. Left: Cuban Club t. Centro Asturiano 8. BB: Off Leto 4. Oonzalez 3. Kansrldcile 1. Brinson 1. SO: By Leto 3, Gonzaleb 3. Kansriddle 2. H: Off Leto 11 in 6 inntnes for 8 runs. Kansriddle 2 in 2 for 1. Gonzalez 3 In 7 for 1. Brinson 1 in 2 for 1. HBP: Bv Gonzalez (Yelesiasi. bv Kansriddle "Tedescoi W: Gonzalez 2-2 . L: Leto (1-3). Urn-Greco, Vigil. T: 2:00. tackle post to guard, leaving Rowell and Strickland as the leading tackle candidates. v William Spencer, a J70-pounder, is another top tackle prospect. Stanaland and Faulk are just about the crop as far as the guards are concerned, although Rene Rodriguez is likely to see action at that post. The center and quarterback positions are the weak spots, with no letterman on hand at either. Soph omore Elmer Leddon has been handling the pivot job while Junior George Fears has moved in at the signal calling post. Belisle, Dickie Pitts and Ferrell Wilson are the leading end candidates while Freshman Clifford Drymon is a halfback who could break into the scene at either a left or right halfback role. Wimauma. which had its best season, 5-3-1, last Fall, will open a 10-game schedule and fourth football year at Venice on Sept. 18. Innes Wins Sailoff In Sarasota Labor Day Regatta SARASOTA. Sept. 6 OF One of the largest fleets to sail in a regatta in the Southeast today competed in the eighth annual Labor Day regatta. There were 165 entries. Of the entries, 66 were in the popular pram class. Eighteen clubs were represented at the twa-day sailing event. The thistle class attracted the most attention when three sailors finished in a tie for the title and had to go into a sailoff. John Innes, Charles Clarke and Clint Johnson, all sailing for the Sarasota Sailing Squadron, competed in a sailoff which Innes won. Johnson, who lives at Tampa, appeared to be completely out of the final race until he caught the fleet at the last buoy marker and squeaked across the finish line for a first to put him in a tie with Clarke and Innes. The races were sailed on Sarasota Bay with good breezes most of the day. A rainstorm broke be- I.ET US RECAP YOUR TIRES TODAY TRUCK PASSENGER NEW TIRE GUARANTEE CARCIA'S INSTANT SERVICE tween the morning and afternoon events but did noi interfere with the racing. Here ara tha result br elasa in "order of finish: Suicide: Harmond Smith. Jack Griffin and Jerry Gwrnn. ail of Miami Yacht Club. Thistle: John Innes. Charles Clarke and Clint Johnson, all of Sarasota Sailing Squadron. Llchtninc: Charles Kehoe. Coconut Grove Sailing- Club; Jack Price. Biscayne Bar Yacht Ciub. Miami, and Morgan Poa-eil. St. Petersburg Yacht Club. Cricket: Henry O'Neal. Vick Cribb and John Reld. all of the Miami Yacht. Club. Pram: Tommie Ray and Ken Klare, both Miami Yacht Club and tied for third were Donnie Krippendorf. Sunshine Pram Fleet. St. Petersburg, and Pat Boyers, Manatee River Boat Club. Sail Area Over ISO "Square Feet: Howard Snyder. Gulfport Yacht Club, St. Petersburg tonly entry. Rhodes Bantam- Red Jabin. Miami Yacht Club: Jack Wirt. Miami Yacht Club, and Miss Barbara Tolson, St. Petersburg Yacht Club. Sail Area Under ISO Square Feet: King Krippendorf, Sunshine City Boat Club. St. Petersburg: H. Gordon Wyllie. Sarasota Sailing Squadron, and Phil Travis. Florida Yacht Club. Jacksonville. Snipe: Francis Seavy, Clearwater Yacht Club; Morris Whitney. Clearwater Yacht Club, and Dick Johnson. Sarasota Sailing Squadron. Windmill: Paul Lindenberg. West Palm Beach Yacht. Club; Don Cochran. Jr.. and Don Cochran. Sr., both Clearwater Yacht Club. Moth: Louis Twitchell. C. R . Shelton and T. W. McGlamary, all of Miami Yacht Club. Pfnruin: Hal Stoeher. Manatee River B"t Ciub: George Luzier and Harr Nelson, hmh Psrasca Sailini Souadrn. Pree-Fr All Billr .tnhnon. ssilint hisi. fir Bailing Scidr"n. jrk C-'if'tn. ut"ide Warm TirM Clu'f" s nfi '-r,?! 7nn. thutla. ArMU Rallim Sfluadrcn. Flop League Slates Meeting For Tuesday Night All managers of the Flop Softball Winter League have been urged to attend a special meeting Tuesday night at the Centro Asturiano Clubhouse at 8 o'clock. Any additional teams wishing to enter the league should attend the meeting. League play is slated to begin Oct. 4 with two twin bills. Nine teams are already entered, with three more expected. Also asked to attend the Tuesday meeting were any umpires wishing to work the Sunday afternoon games. Deadline for entry fees will be Sept. 15. Native Dancer To Try Out New Shoes In Gallop Monday NEW YORK, Sept. 6. ipi A blacksmith put the shops back on Native Dancer's feet today and the grey 3-year-old champion will be sent out for a gallop Monday morning. This, and a sparkling workout bv Tom Fool, the Greentree Stable's handicap champion, was the main news around Belmont Park. The Dancer, who came up with bruises in the left front foot several days ago. meets Tom Fool in the $50,000 Sysonby Mile at Belmont Park three weeks from today. Tom Fool traveled six furlongs in 1:13 35. breezing, and galloped out an additional furlong In 1:26 45, with exercise boy Buddy Martens up. John Gaver, the Greentree trainer, said Jockey Ted Atkinson, who has been out of action with a back injury, is expected to be able to ride in two weeks. Totals 35 2 8 Totals a-Fhed for King in 6th. b-Struck out for Podbielan in 8th. CINCINNATI 000 000 2002 CHICAGO 000 131 02X 7 E: Nuxhall 2. Seminick. Adams, RBI: SauEr. Ramazzotti 2. Kiner. Kluszewski, Greengrass. Willis. 2B: Nuxhall, Ramaz -zotti. HR: Sauer: SB: Jeffioat. S: Willis. Bauniholu. Smaliey. DP: McMillan (unassisted), Lett: Cincinnati 12. Chicat-o 7. BB: Off Nuxhall 2. Smith 1. Willts b. SO: By Nuxhall 5. Kin 1. Pod-blelan 1. Smith 1. Willis 4. H: Off Nuxhall 4 in 4. King 0 in 1. Podblelan 2 In 2. Smith 1 in 1. R ER : Nuxhail 4 -2. Wil lis 2 5. Kin 0-0. Podblelan 1-1. Smith -'-0 HBP: Nuxhall (GaraKiolai. Winner: Willis il-OV Loser: Nuxhall t7-10. U: Jackowski, Roberts. Ballanfant and Gore. T: 2:21. A: (Paidi 14,187. Detroit Kuenn ss Hatfield 2b Boone 3b Delsing cf Nieman If Dropo lb Batts c Lund rf Gray p Herbert p o 1 o 1 o 1 1 1 O Moss c 0 4 4 3 0 b-Littlefield 0 O Groth cf 3 Young 2b 4 Kretlow p 0 Piilette p 2 Stuart p 0 a-Kokos It 2 Play Starts in Southeastern Softball Meet at Clearwater CLEARWATER, Sept. 6. (Special) Eleven star studded Southern teams will open play here tomorrow with one goal in "fight the 1953 Southern Regional Softball championship and a spot in th world tourney at Miami starting Sept. 19. Teams have been entered in the double elimination meet from Alabama. Georgia. Tennessee, South Carolina. North Carolina and Florida. The latter has three representatives in the host Clearwater Bombers, the Bay Pines Veterans i of Bay Pines, Florida champions and the Pan American team of Miami. Three games are slated Monday with the opening contest at 3 o'clock being between Weinacker Cardinals of Mobile, Ala., and Maxwell Brothers Furniture of Columbia, S. C. The winner will advance to the second round to meet the Columbus Manufacturing Co. team of Columbus, Ga., at 7 o'clock Tuesday. The Chattanooga Wreckers of Tennessee will meet the Canton YMCA champion team of North Carolina, Monday at 7:30 o'clock. Manager Eddie Moore's Clearwater Bombers go into action at 9 o'clock against the Atlanta Eagles. Losers Play Tuesday The loser of the Mobile-South Carolina contest and the Atlanta-Bombers game will meet at 10 A. M. with the defeated team being eliminated from the tourney. The loser of the Tennessee-North Carolina contest will wait until 10 o'clock Tuesday night to meet the defeated team in the Pan Amer ican of Miami and Bay Pines meet ing. These teams will play lues-day at 2 o'clock. They drew first round byes. The Sokol Furniture team of Tuscaloosa, Alabama champions, will play Tuesday at 3 o'clock against the winner of the Tennessee-North Carolina game. The 7 o'clock game finds the Georgia champs meeting the winner of the Mobile-South Carolina contest. The final game Tuesday at 8:30 o'clock brings the Thomas Sporting Goods Store of Birmingham into action against the winner of the Bombers-Atlanta Eagles. The Bombers have captured the regional championship in 1947, 1949 and 1950. Rated the powerhouse of Southern softball, the Clear water lads won the world cham pionship in 1950 and were runners-up in 1949 and 1951. Injuries have slowed the squad in recent weeks Totals 39 5 13 Totals 34 2 9 a-Singled lor Stuart In 8th. b-Ran for Moss in 9:h. DETROIT Ill 000 020 5 ST. LOUIS 000 001 0102 E: Kretlow. RBI: Delsins. Kuenn 3, Dropo. Wertz. Kryhoski. 2B: Hatfield Dropo. Lenhardt. Batts. DP: Hunter, Young and Sievers: Hatfield, Kuenn and Dropo Left: Detroit 10, St. Louis 7. BB: By Kretlow 1, Gray 1. Piilette. 2. Herbert 1. SO: By Kretlow 1. Gray 4. Piilette 3. H: Off Kretlow 8 in 2'3. Piilette 4 In 5 . Stuart 0 in 'j. Paige 1 in 1. Gray 7 in 7 'faced 3 batters in 8tln, Herbert 2 in 2. R and ER: Kretlow 3-3, Piilette 2 2. Stuart 0-0, Paige 0-0. Gray 2-2. Herbert 0-0. Winner Gray 8-14. Loser: Kretlow tl-5. U Dully, Pasareli, Grieve, Napp. T: 2:11 A: 3251. Bob Slater Wins Nebraska Fair Race, Beats Luptow's Mark LINCOLN, Neb.. Sept. 6. fr Bob Slater of Redfield. Kan., set a new Nebraska State Fair big car track record today when his speedy racer covered the 20-lap distance in 8:46.51. The old record of 9:05.31 was set Sept. 1, 1951, by the late Frank Luptow, of Tampa. Fla. Bobby Grim, of Indianapolis, Ind., was second, followed by Dick Ferguson of Whittier, Calif.; Jimmy Campbell, of Bates City, Mo., and Wayne Selzer of Kansas City. A second track record was set in a special three-lap event when Selzer crossed the finish line in 1:22.24. The old record of 1:25.59 was set by Bill Holland of Reading. Ta.. Aug. 31. 1952. A crowd estimated by track officials at .17,000 turned out for the racp?. feature of the opening day's program of th annual- Nebraska State Fair. Braves, 3-3; Cards, 1-3 MILWAUKEE. Sept. 6. j.? The Milwaukee Braves and St. Louis Cardinals fought to a 3-3 tie in the second game of a doubleheader called by darkness at the end of the eighth inning today after the Braves had won the opener, 3-1, as Eddie Mathews bashed his 45th home run. Duffy Lewis. Braves traveling secretary, said the tie "almost certainly" will be replayed as an afternoon game Sept. 24 in St. Louis. Both teams have open dates then following a two-game series Sept. 22-23, the teams' last meeting this season. The Cardinals cannot be required to return to Milwaukee to replay the game, Lewis said. The Cardinals came from behind to earn the deadlock, with Stan Musial's 25th home run knotting the count in the top of the eighth after lefty Don Liddle had weakened to allow a pair of runs in the seventl . The Bra "cs had the bases full with one out in the last of the eighth, but pinchhitter Del Cran-dall hit into a double play after Manager Eddie Stanky replaced Al Brazle with Stu Miller on the St. Louis mound. FIRST G MF St. I.ouis ab r h Milwaukee ab r h Hemus ss 3 0 1 Bruton cf 4 0 0 Sch nd'st 2b 4 0 1 Loean ss 4 0 1 Musial If 4 0 1 Mathews 3b 4 1 2 .Slaughter rf 4 0 0 Crandall c 3 0 1 Jablonskl 3b 4 0 0 P'rilet'n rf-lf 4 12 Rilko lb 4 0 0 Adcoclc lb 4 12 Repulski cf 4 0 2 Gordon If 2 0 0 Rice c 4 0 2 Pafko rf 0 0 0 aSchofield 0 0 0 Dittmer 2b 3 O 0 Presko p 2 11 Buhl p 2 0 0 Chambers p 0 0 0 Spahn p 10 0 bLowrey 10 1 White p 0 0 0 cYvars 10 0 Totals 35 1 9 Totals 31 3 8 a-Ran for Rice In 9th. b-Stnstled for Chambers In 7th. c-Fanned for White in 9th. ST. LOUIS 001 000 000 1 MILWAUKEE 100 200 OOx 3 E : None RBI: Schoendlenst. Mathews. Dittmer. Buhl. 2B: Repulski. Presko. Hemus. Adcock. Pendleton. 3R: Musial. HR: Mathews. SB: Gordon. DP: Dittmer. Logan and Adcnck. left: St. Louis 10, Milwaukee 6. BB: Presko 2. Buhl 3. SO: Presko 2. White 1. Buhl 2. Spahn 2. HO: Presko 5 In 3 (pitched to 3 in 4tht. Chambers 2 in 3, White 1 in 2. Buhl 7 In fi'i. Spahn 2 In 2 i R and KR ' Presko 3-3. Chambers 0-0. White 0-0. Buhl 1-1, Spahn 0-0. PB: Rice. Winner: Buhl (12-7'. Loser: Presko ifi-13i. U: Conlan. Gorman, DonateUi, Warneke. T: 2:06. St. I.oul Hemus ss Sch'nd'sr 2b Musial If Jablonski 3b C'tialione 2b Slaunhter rf Bilko lb Repul'ki cf Rice c aSchofield Yvars c Romon'sky p bLowery Brazle p Miller p SEC OND GAME ao 4 4 4 4 0 2 4 3 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 Milwaukee 2 Bruton cf 1 Loean ss 2 Mathews 3b 0 Cooper c 0 P'clletnn rf 0 Adcock lb cSistl Gordon If Pafko rf Dittmer 2b riCranda'.i Liddie p Bosox, 8-4; A's, 4-0 PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 6. 1 The Boston Red Sox teed off against Harry Byrd for five hits and all their four runs today to beat the Philadelphia Athletics 4-0 in the second game of a twin bill Winner Maurie McDermott added to the A's downfall with a single and scored one of the Boston runs Thp Red Sox took the opener 8-4 as Ted Williams clouted his eighth homer of the season. McDermott scattered six Phila delphia hits as he went the dis tance in the nightcap. Ivan Delock received credit for the win in the opener although Ellis Kinder was in at the finish and thereby moved within one emergency call of the all-time re lief pitching mark of 63 such ap pearances set by Joe Heving of the Cleveland Indians. Kinder broke his own relief mark of 61 set two years ago Boston Goodman 2b Plersall rf Williams If c-Evers if Keil 3b Gernert lb White c Olsen cf Lipon ss a-Zarilla Boiling ss Brown p Sullivan r b-Consolo Delock p Kinder p FIRST GAME Philad'lphia ab Babe 3b Philley rf Robinson lb Zernlal If Mauro cf Michaels 2b DeMaestri ss 2 ri-Valo Wllhelm ss Astroth c Fricano p e-Hamtitnn Totals 8 11 Totals 3S 4 11 a-Sinaled for Lipon In 5th. a-Sinsled for Sullivan In 5th. c-Ran for Williams in Rth. d-Orounded out for DeMaestri in 8th. e-Doubled for Fricano In 9th. BOSTON 100 020 014 8 PHILADELPHIA 012 000 001- E: Lipon. Robinson. RBI: Williams Mauro. Robinson. Michaels. Zarilla. Goodman 3. Gernert. Evers. Kell. Phillev. 2B Babe. Hamilt on. Goodman. HR : Williams SB: Evers S: Fricano. DeMaestri. BollinE Kinder. DP: DeMaestri. Michaels and Rob inson: Ooodman. Bo nt and Gernert Left: Boston 7. Philadelphia 9. BB: Off Brown 1. Fricano 5. Delock 2. SO: By Brown 2, Iricano 3. Delock 1. HO: Brown 5 In 23. Sullivan 1 In iv.i. uetocc 3 in J Kinder 2 in 2. R and ER : Brown 3-. Kin der 1-1. Fricano 8-6. Delock 0-0. PB: As troth. W: Delock '3-11. I : Fricano (7-10 U: McKlnlev. McGowan, Paparella, Hono chick. T: 2:24. Boston Ooodman 2b Piersall rf Olsen If Kell 3b Gernert. lb Wilber r Umphlett rf Bolline ss M'Dermott P SECOND G4.ME ab r h Philadelp'ia ab r 5 11 Demaestrlas 4 0 5 11 Philley rf 10 4 0 0 Valo rf 3 O 3 11 Robinson lb 4 0 4 0 3 Zernial :f 4 0 4 0 0 Michads 2b 4 0 4 0 1 Suder 3b 4 0 4 0 2 McGhee If ' 3 0 4 11 Murray c 3 0 Byrd p 10 a-Astroth 1 0 Coleman p 1 0 1 If in fl - I x J s v K s BOMBERS SLUGGER Bobby Forbes, the "All-World" riht-fielder and slugger of the Bombers will be in the lineup tonight when the Clearwater champs tak on the Atlanta. Ga.. Eagles at 9 o'clock In the Southern Regional softball tourney. although Indications are apparent that the club is on the mend and will be the team to beat for the title. Play will continue through Friday night with three games slated for tomorrow, six on Tuesday, five on Wednesday, three on Thursday and two on Friday. Afternoon and night sessions are scheduled each day of the tourney with morning games also being played on Tuesday and Wednesday. Orange Belt League's 1953 Season Highlights Listed LAKE WALES, Sept. 6. (Spe-j cial Therp were many highlights of the 1953 Orange Belt League season, which has just been completed. Here are a few: The Sebring Firemen won 19 and lost five games during the regular season to win the, pennant. They also won the playoffs by beating Haines City two straight in the preliminary series and Avon Park, three games to one, in the final playoff. Overall, Sebring compiled a 24-6 record, one of the best marks in the OBL's long history. Manager of the Sebring club was Johnny Freeland. catcher. Free- land compiled a .392 batting aver age to finish among the loop's top hitters. Eldridge Pollard was the Firemen's mound ace, winning 11 games and losing none, including playoff competition. Lonnie Curl and Wheeler were also big helps to the Sebring club. Curl will probably be declared the league's batting champ with a .407 mark. Avon Park's Dilly bat ted .422 for the season but his claim to the hitting title has been questioned since he played only one game in the last five weeks of the campaign. Jackie . Williams. Lake Wales pitcher, has a .437 average but came to bat only 32 times. The batting crown will be decided at a barbecue supper in Frostproof, June 14, sponsored by League President Tom Brown. Avon Park finished the season in second place, four games behind Sebring. John Ziegler was the play ing manager while Leo Saunders was one of the circuit's better pitchers. Wauchula, after beating Haine City in an extra game, finished third. Manager W. J. See was the only non-playing pilot in the league. . Bobby Gambrell carried the main pitching burden for the club on his shoulders. Fourth-place Haines City was managed by Pat Patterson. Hurler Red Beasley, who won seven straight games at the first of the season, hurt his arm and saw little service in the last half of the slate. Workhorse Catcher Ray Adair played in every Haines City game. Frostproof, always a top baseball town, finished fifth. Manager Junior Wise, pitcher and first baseman, batted .369 while Bill Sapp, 6-2, led the hurlers. Lake Wales, after winning only two of its first 12 games, won nine of its last 12 to finish sixth, onp game behind Frostproof. Jackie Williams, who joined the club in the last half, won seven games and lost one on the mound, turning in the league's only no-hit, no-run game of the season on July 5, beating Avon Park, 2-0. Bruce Puch, in his 24th OBL season, batted .365. Homer Clark was Lake Wales manager. Fort Mea'tle, which won only one game of 24, was hard pressed fi- nancially but managed to stick out the season. Alvin Porterfield managed the club during the last weeks and compiled a .282 batting mark. Washington Redskins Edge Packers, 13-6 GREEN BAY, Wis.. Sept. 6.W The Washington Redskins defeated the Green Bay Packers, 13-6. in a National Football League exhibition game last night before 16,425. Harry Gilmer scored the first Washington touchdown when he returned Bill Hairs' punt. 68 yards in the second minute of the second quarter. The Parkers drove 68 yards for their first touchdown in the late second quarter with Babe Parilli hitting Bobby Mann with a 10-yard pass in the end zone. Jack Scarbath set up the Redskins' second touchdown in the third quarter with a 36-yard run to the four-yard line. He carried it over from the three two plays later. GREEN' BAY T. O 6 O 0 6 WASHINGTON . . . 0 7 0 13 Green Bay scoring: Touchdown, Mann. Washington scoring: Touchdown!, Scar-bath, Gilmer. Contrsion, Dean. Tampa All-Stars To Play at St. Petersburg The Tampa All Stars will meet j the M. Petersburg Pelicans in a I Florida State Negro League dou-i ibleheader. this afternoon at 2 o'clock at Campbell Park in St. Wins Loop Title WAUSAU, Wis., Sept. 6. (iTV The Green Bay Bluejays won the Class D Wisconsin State Baseball League championship last night by shutting out Wausau, 3-0, in the second game of a best of three playoff series. Green Bay had won the first half of the split season and Wausau the second half. Green Bay took the playoff opener, 6-1, Friday night. To'ais 37 4 10 To'als 33 0 6 a-Struck out for Byrd in 5th. BOSTON 004 000 000 4 PHILADELPHIA 000 000 0000 j E: DeMaestri, Michaels, McGhee. Gernert. RBI: "Pcirsall, Olsen, Kell. Gernert. !2B: Kell, Gernert. DP: Goodman and lOernert: Astroth and Michaels. Left: Boston 7. Phi'ade:phia fi. BB: By Coleman 1. ISO: By Byrd 1. McDermott 2. H: Off Byrd 8 In 5. Coleman 2 In 4 R and F.R: Byrd 4-4. Coleman 0- 0, McDermait O-0. Winner: McDermott (16-8'. Loser: Byrd: (10-81. U: McGowan. Paparel'). Hono-chick, McKinley. T: 2:01. A: 5828. I Petersburg. Your Best Guide for HOME Values TRIBUNE Classified Ads Totals 29 3 6 Totals 31 3 8x a-Ran for Rice in 7th. b-Walked for Romonosky in 7th. c-Ran for Adcock in 8th. d-Orounded into double play for Dittmer in 8th. x-Game called end of 8th account darkness. ST LOUTS 000 000 21 3 MILWAUKEE 110 001 003 E : Cooper. RBI: Hemus 2, Musial. Mathews. Adcock. Gordon. 2B: Mathews. Pendleton. 3B: Pendleton. HR: Musial. Adcock. SB: Schoendienst. DP: Cast igitone. Schoendienst and Bilko: Mathews. Dittmer and Adcock. Left: St. Louis 6. Milwaukee B BR: Romonosky 2. Brazle 2. Liddie 4. SO: Rnmonnsky 3. Brazle 1. Liddle 4. HO: n.emnnosi(v 7 In k. Frasle 1 tn Miller n n R and K-Amrtriky 3-3. Frarle Miller -. Lldd' 3-1. V G-rmm ryr!,UL Warnek. Conim, T; 3 11. A. 31 837. Segura Beats Sedgman In Pro Net Tourney MUNICH, Germany, Sept. 6. (rP Pancho Segura of Ecuador de feated Frar.k Sedgman of Australia 7-5, 4-6, 7-5 in an International professional tennis match here today. I Australia's Ken McGregor de-j feated his compatriot Dinny Tails 6-4. 2-fi. 6-2. In doubles Sedgman and Mc-j Gregnr teamed up to best Segura j and Pails 8-6, 6-2. I VERNON TUESDAY'S SPECIAL 1-DAY ONLY Poaitivaly No Salaa Ta Daclera HERBERT CALVERTS RESERVE (n)49 Regular Price $4.62 , JS You Save $1.13 per 5th JJ 5rh S Gel. Limit er 25 Fifths pr Cuitemcr A SUPER LIQUOR MART

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