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The Baseball Scoreboard THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Monday, June 18,1956 SOONKR STATK I.K.Mil'K Tram iVmlc.si pn. K t l i l i x l Ardmorr _ . 35 »| §-»5 _ i.umw .....'I.'au n jiii 4 *lr.-\lc5lcr _ - - _ » 33 .5:17 jj 1'irls v n Zf( .431 -~ Wiannre .-- ;» 2» .491 71... Mii-kotrr 2.-, J» .4K1 9 !'·""·» Cily - - . 2 4 31 .m 10!" brmlnole . - ill 31 .38i I"'/, Scmlnulr 4-3. l.:iwlo» 1-4 Anlmore .".-IS. M-HlcMfr ':-! 6. Punru City o. -9. l':irl 3-1 Ciiimes TnnlEhl ]~i\vti»n Ht slriivnep 1 Tll-Mrsl^r II* Tune* ( Jl.v J*uri» Ht Spmiiwlr Ardniure al Mu*kacp* A . M K K H . A N I . K A G l K Chicago 20-4. Washington 2-10 Lost Pel. Behind 20 .619 -22 .560 5'5 26 .527 7 New York _J 37 Chii:neo 2S Boston 20 Cleveland 2.S Detroit 27 Baltimore 2H Kansas Cily ._ 22 Washington .505 !-iii ,3!)3 37 .; 3 ]!'·;· 93 15 Tr:im ruH'r SILL . w in i San Anlonio Shrevenon . Oklahoma Cily 4Ist 'FA 8 3 .727 2 ITlii Ft 7 7 .500 4". 77th, FA _ 6 7 .462 P 5Vr.l FA 5 7 .417 5'-'. £3rd FA 1 12 .077 10 Ttesuiis Vcsterdny 52nd Group 15. 93rd Group 5 Tnnieht's ftniiie 41st Group vs. 52nd Group TE.VVi I K ^ O V K . H u n LOKI Tel. Behind Ball" . 42 25 .627 -- . Houston ..^ 40 25 .627 -For'. Worth __ 3S 2E .600 2 Austin 33 35 .J?5 9'-'. 32 35 .478 10 30 35 .462 11 27 39 .40!! »':. . . . . 22 45 .328 20 YeMerday Dallas 6-11. Oklahoma Cily 2-1 Forl Worth 5-1, Tulsa 4-3 San ArtOMio 6. Shrcveport 4 Fort Worth at Tulsa Austin it Houston, ppri. Todwy* 'r.Hmn San Antonio at Shrcveport Dallas at Oklahoma Cily Austin al Houston NATIONAL I.KAC.IE IVon Lost Pel. Behind 30 22 577 -Cincinnati 30 23 .566 'i Brooklyn 29 23 .555 1 St. Louis 31 25 .554 1 Milwaukee 26 22 .542 2 Chicago 22 29 .4-1 7"- Ncw York 21 32 .3?6 ?'Philadelphia .,,. 20 33 .377 10!i Result* Veslerdny Ts[.\v York 7-0. Cincinnati 6-1 Milwaukee 5-3. Brooklyn 4-1 Philadelphia 7-4. Chlcas* 1-7 St. Louis 3-S. Pittsburgh 1-3 r«dny'* (lame* Cincinnati at Philadelphia. 7 p.m.--JcK- roat 0-0 vs. Haddix (J-2. Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, 7:15 p.m. -Spahn (3-6' vs. Xlinp f6-4. Only games scheduled. Tuesday' Schedule ft. Louis at Brooklyn. 7 p.m. Chic-aso at N'e^v York. 7 p.m. Cincinnati at Philadelphia. 7 p.m. Milwaukee al Pittsburgh. 7:15 p.m. BIG STATK T.KAGVK Tenm Won Lost Pet. Behind Curpus Christ 11 23 .621 Wirhila Falls 36 2!) .554 4 ' i P.-irt Arthur _ 3S 29 .554 4 ' i A b i l e n e 36 30 .545 5 Waco . 35 32 .522 6'TM Lubbock 2n 35 .44-1 ll'i Victoria 27 40 .403 14^ Beaumont .. 23 42 .354 17!? HeMills Yesterday COIDUS Chrisii IS. Abilene 3. Victoria 9. Waco 5. Port Arthur 6. Wichita Falls 3. Lubixxrk at Beaumont, postponed, rain. Tifondiiy's Schedule Lubbock at Beiumonl. Abilene at Corpus Christi. Wichita Falls al Port Arthur. Waco at Victoria. LVTERAATIOAL LEAGUE Won Ixx.1 Pel. Rrhlnd Montreal _ -..3S 2-J .639 -- . Rochester 37 25 .597 214 Miami 32 29 .525 7 Toronlo ._ 31 2S .525 7 Columbia 33 30 .524 7 Havana 26 37 413 14 Richmond 25 38 .397 15 Buffalo 22 36 .379 151; Re«ult« TentrrtHy Toronlo S-4. Richmond 1-2 Montreal 10-3. Columbus 4-4 Miami 5-2. Buffalo 3-3 llavant 6-2. Rochester 1-5 Today'* Gamw Buffalo al Columbus P.ochester at Richmond Toronto at Havana (Only games scheduled.) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION TVon ro*i Pet. Behind Birmingham ---41 23 .641 -Nashville 38 :-,! .551 S'.i Atlanta , 33 ;:2 .508 S'-i Mobile - 33 ;3 .50(1 9 Chattanooga 33 5 .500 9 Memphis --34 !5 .493 9V1 New Orleans 27 (8 .415 141* Little Rock 25 19 .391 16 Resulls Yesterday New Orleans 11. Atlanta 6 Birmingham 5. Mobile 2 Nashville 6-2. Memphis 0-1 Chattanooga 11-6. Little Rock J-Z Today'* Game* New Orleans at Atlanta Mobile at Birmingham Lit'.Ie Rock at Chattanooga (Only games scheduled.) PACIFIC COAST I.EAC.VE Won I,o»l Pe!. Behind LOJ Angeles --- 45 26 .631 -- Sea'Lle - -45 2S .616 1 Hollywood -- --35 33 .515 Bit Sacramento 34 33 .507 9 San Francisco -35 35 .500 9V5 San Diego ---31 37 .471 Ills Portland .- -31 38 .449 IS Vancouver 22 49 .310 23 Results Yesterday Kollrwood 6-10. Los Angeles 3-8 Seattle 9-3. Sacramento 2-2 Ear. Francisco 4-4. Portland 3-3 Today'.* Games San Diego at VancoMver Only game scheduled, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Won Lout Trl. Behind Denver -.43 21 .652 -- Jn,.:.ieapoliJ --33 28 .541 PIS SL Paul - 31 27 .534 9 Indianapolis --.31 29 .517 10 Omaha - 2 9 33 .468 13 Louisvill* -. --27 32 .458 13',!. Wichita 25 34 .424 15'i Charleston 22 36 .379 IBVS Results Yentorday Denver S-10. Charleston 7-9 St. Paul 4-4. Indianapolis 3-3 C2nd B'nie called end 6th. rain* V.'ichita 6-1. Minneapolis 2-J Omaha 6-2. Louisville 1-4 Today'! Game* St. Paul al Wichita i Denver at Louisville Charleston at Omaha Minneapolis at Indianapelli EASTERN LEAGUE Syracuse 1-0. Albany 3-1 Allentown 5, Willlamsport 4 BLnghamton 2-3. Schenectady 1-1 Johnstown at Reading, ppd. RcsiiUs Vrslerdny New York !l. Cleveland 4 Boston 13, Dclfolt 2 Ualllmore 7, Kansas Cily 2 Eallimore at Chicn^o. S p.m --Wljht (3-6 1 vs. Wilson (8-Si. Wflshinpton al Kansas City, 9 p.m.-I Wieslrr i2-3i vs. Kellner (3-2i. I N e w York at Dctroil. -' p.m.--Turley j (3-2i vs. Foylack 14-41. j Only games schctluleil. Tnesdny 1 '!- Scliefliilfl Kaltirnore al Ch;cB"o. 8 p.m. Wnshinglon at Kansas Cliy. 9 p.m. New York al Detroit. 2 p m Boston at Cleveland. 7 p.m. WKSTKIIN L E A G U E Amiu illo S. DCS Mollies 3 Alijuquerque fl. Sioux City 8 .Colorado Springs 4-4, Lincoln 3-2 (1st Eamc. 12 Innincsj Pueblo 6. Topcka 1 SOUTH ATLANTIC I . K A U U E Charlullo 4. Augusta 1 Columbus 4. Savannah 3 Macon 5, Columl)ia 3 i l l Innings) The Leaders By Tile As»uclnle] Press ilMKRir.VV L E A G U E BATTING (based on 125 al bals) -- Mar.Ue. New York. .383: Maxwell. Oc- Iroll. .366; Vernon,' Eislon. .363; Kuenn. Dclrolt. .356; Berra. N e w York and Nicman. Baltimore, .34'!. RUNS -- Manlle. New York 5P- McDougald. New York. 42; Lopez. Kansas City and Yosl. Washington, 41; Slevers. WashiiiElon, 40. RUMS BATTED IN--Mantle, New York 5S; Wcrlz, Cleveland, Simpson. Kansas Cily. Berra. New York and Lemon. Washington. 45. HITS--jManlle. New York 63; Lemon, Washington, 72: Kuenn, Detroit and Simpson. Kansas City, 63; Runnels. Washington. 67. DOUBLES--Kuenn, Dplrolt, 16; Vernon. noslon. 14; Werlz. "Cleveland Runnels and Lemon.. Washlncton. 13, TRIPLES -- Simpson. Kansas City. 6; Jensen. Boston anil Runnels. Waslilncton, 5: Xo\. Mlnoso nnd P h l l l e v , Chicago, Martin, .New York and Lemon, Washing- Ion. 4. HOME RUNS--Manlle. New York I 4- Berra. New York. 1.7; Wcrlz. Cleveland nnd Sicvers. Washin^lon, }. c : Bauer, New York. 14. STOLEN BASES--Francnna. Baltimore nnd Kuenn, Delroil. 7; Busbv. Cleveland, 6; Philley. Chlc'aso and Carey. Mantis and Martin. New Ynrk, 4 PITCHING (based on 5 decisions) -Brewer. Boston, 9-1. .900: Pierce Chicago. 9-2. .SIf; Slurdlvant. New York. 4-1. .800; Wilson, Chicago Hoefl, DetroM and Kucks and Ford, New York S-3 .727. STRIKEOUTS -- Scnrc. Cleveland. 90: Pascuoi. Washington. 6S; Pierce. Chicago. 62: Wvnn. Cleveland. 57; Ford New York. 54. N A T I O N A L LEAGUE BATTING (based on 125 al bats)--Lons. Pittsburgh. .359: Eallcy, Cincinnati, .352; Boyer. St. Louis. .338: Cl"mente. Fills- bureh. .333: Moon. SI. Louis. .330. RUNS--Boyer. St. Louis. H4; Snider. Brooklyn. 41; Blasin^flmc. St. Louis, 40: Robinson, Cincinnati and Lone, Pittsburgh 3S. KUNS BATTED IN--Boyer. SI. .Louis, 50. Loni*. Pittsburgh and Muslal, St. Louis. 46: Banks. Chicago. 3K; Kluszewski and .Tablonskl. Cincinnati. 35. HITS -- Boyer. St. Louis. 75: Lone, PlILsburgh. 70: Ashburn. Philadelphia, 69; Temple. Cincinnati. 66; Bell, Cincinnati and Moon. SI. Louis. 64. DOUBLES--Bell. Cincinnati and lopall. Philadelphia. 14; Dark. St. Loull. 13; Furlllo. Brooklyn and Muslal, St. Louis, 12. TRIPLES--Brulon. Milwaukee and Mays. Giants 7; Aaron. Milwaukee and Walls, Pittsburgh. 6: O'Connell. Milwaukee. 5. HOME R U N S -- Lons. Pittsburgh. 17: Pnlder. Brooklyn and Dover. SI. Louis. 15: Banks. Chicago and Post, Cincinnati, 14. STOLEN BASES--Mays. New York. '.5: Moon.' St. Louis, P: Temple. Cincinnati, 7: seven players lied wiNi 4. PITCHING (based on 5 decisions) -Lawrence, Cincinnati, 7-0, 1.000; l,abl:ie, Brooklyn and Freeman. Cincinnati. 5-1, .833; Valenlcnetil. Chicazo and McDanlel. St. Louis. 4-1. .800. STRIKEOUTS--Friend, Plllsburch. 71; Mlzell. SI. Louis. 66; Roberts, P h i l a d e l - phia. 62: Nevcombe, Brooklyn and Nu*hall, Cincinnati. 58. t Sunday's Stars By The Assocluted Press BATTING -- Joe Adcock, Braves, hit three home runs in double victory at Brooklyn 5-4 and 3-1, clearing lelt-ficid stands at Ebbets Field for first time in history with game-winning blow in opener. PITCHING -- Joe, Nuxhall, Red- legs, pitched Cincinnati within half game of National League lead with two-hitter against New York lor 1-0 victory after 'Cincinnati lost opener 7-6. Mantle, Leading In Poll With 67 ballots cast in the Constitution-Press All-Star game poll, Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees and Stan MusiaL ol the St. Louis Cardinals jumpeu far in front alter the first we'ek's voting. Mantle has 61 votes with Musial getting 60. Yogi Berra and Harvey Kuenn collected 55 each. Two changes occurred during the past three days. Baltimore's George Kell and Boston's Mickey Vcr- non took over first place at third base and first base respectively in the hottest races in either league, both locally and nationally. Vernon replaced Vic Wertz of Cleveland and Kell moved ahead of Detroit's Ray Boone. The C-P is offering J10 for the person in this area who chooses the starting lineups for the July 10 classic at Washington's Griffith stadium. In the case of tic, a winner will be drawn. Voting ends June 21. The leaders in area voting: AMERICAN l.EAGl'L 1 First Bu.cv Vernon 34, Wertz 2S, Skmv- ron .1. Power 1. Second BIISC: Fox 44. Martin 8, Goodman 7. Avila 6. Runnels 2. Third Ba*e: Kell 30, Boone .19, Rosen 14, Carey 3. Lopez 1. Shnrlslnp: Kuenn 58, MfDougald 4, Car- rasqucl .1, Rlzzulo 2. Lrnrirlc): Williams 46. Maxwell 10, Slaughter 4, Smith 3, Mlroso 3. Ccry 1. Cenlerrielil: Manlle 61. Plersall 4, Groin 1, Simpson 1. TllJthtfleld: Kallne 54, Bauer 7, Jensen 5. Colavlto 1. ditcher: Berra 5S. While 6, Lollar 4. ', \TIOXAL L E A G U E Flr*t Bute: Lone 55. Moon 6. Kluszew- skl 5. _HodBcs l. Smith 1. Second Bute: Schoendlensl* 53, Gi]||am 6. Temple -1. Spencer 3. Baker 1. Third Biwe: Boyer 43, Malhews 13. Jablonskl 4. Jackson 1. Shortstop: Banks 41. Reese 9. Dark 7, MrMlllan 5, BlnslnRamc 4. Logan 1. I.cfil.ehl: Rcpulski 46. Thomns 7. Thomson 4. Amoros 4, Robinson 2, Ennla 1. OntprrivM: Snider 44, Mays 11, Bell 10. Ashburn 2. Itlchtrield:. Musi* 60. Aaron 3, Rhodes 3. Furlllo 2. Catcher: Campanclla 46, Cranclall 11, Sarni 7, Lopala 2, Bailey 1. Women's Golf Opens Today ENID, Okla. UP -- Oklahoma's top women amateur golfers teed off today in the 36th annual state Women's Open minus a defending champion. Betsy Cullen, winner of the state event the past two years, withdrew from competition this year.. Her absence leaves the field wide open. However, several well - known lady swingers dominated the 150- odd field. Among the favorites are Mrs. E. S. Patti Blanton, two-time champion from the host course, the Oaklwood Country Club, and Mrs. Hack Williford, four-time winner from Ponca City. In the younger, set three golfers --Beth Stone, Muskogee, Susan Casey, Tulsa, and Dale Fleming, also of Tulsa--are among top tourney contenders. The tournament opened Sunday with a mixed four-ball round and a clinic and golf exhibition by Marilyn Smith, professional from Wichita, Kansas. It's Official Use This Ballot, Vote Now For All-Star Game Player^ How do you measure' up with other baseball experts in southwest Oklahoma? y The Constitution-Press* is going to give a cash award of |10 to the fan in this area who submits a ballot close*t to the starting lineup voted by fans around the nation for the annual All-Slar game in Washington, D. C., on July 10. In case of a tie, a draw will be conducted to determine the winner. To enter the contest, simply follow the instructions below. This is the official ballot for the major league All-Star game, to be played at Griffith Stadium, Washington, D. C., Tuesday, July 10. Vote as many times as you wish. Voting continues until June 22. AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE . First Base _ Second Baa* . Third Base . Shortstop Left Field ..I Center Field ' t t Right Field Catcher / Submitted by :.... Address Mail ballot to "All-Star · Game," The Lawton Constitution-Press, I.aiv^on, Okln. Ballots will be tabulated by members of Constitution- Press sports staff and forwarded to Commissioner Ford Frlck's office. Land Annexes Tennis Crown OKLAHOMA CITY UP -- Gene Land of Oklahoma City scooped up the men's singles title and shared in two others in the Oklahoma Open Tennis tournament which ended here yesterday. __ Land defeated Lt. Charles Hickox of Fort Sill, 6-4, 2-6, · 6-2, to win the singles crown lor the second time. He teamed with George Counts of Oklahoma City to take the men's doubles over Hickox and Glenn Land of Oklahoma City, 8-6. Land arid Teddy Dukeminier of Oklahoma City won the mixed doubles by defeating Joe Weaver and Jane Ellingson, an Oklahoma City team, 6-2, 6-3. Keiinedr U, COMPANY JOE FORD Higgins Beaten In Tennis Finals OKMULGEE «· -- Two Oklahoma City youths teamed up to make a clean sweep ef the annual Okmulgee Junior Chamber of Commerce state junior tennis tournament. Sonny Straw took the junior singles title by defeating Roger Jack, a fellow Oklahoma Cityan, 6-2, 5-7, 6-4 in Saturday's finals. Straw and Jack then took the doubles championship by defeating Billy Stout and Jay Dean Dalton, Shawnee, 12-10, 8-6. Bill Buckley, Oklahoma 'City, won the boys division crown by beating Billy Higgins, Lawton, 60, 6-1. Buckley and Dick Pemberton, Oklahoma City, won the doubles title with a 6-2, 6-2 victory over Bob Rader and Steve Stotts, Ponca City. Stephenson Sold To Minnedpolis OMAHA *) -- Tte Omaha Cardinals sold infielder Bob Stephenson to Minneapolis for an unannounced price. Stephenson played college ball at Oklahoma. Cardinal General Manager Bill Bergesch said the Sunday sale was in connection with the St. Louis- New York trade in the National League last week. The parent Cardinals traded Jack Brandt, Red Schoendienst, Bill Sarni and Dick Littlefield for Al Dark, Whitey Lockman, Ray Katt and Don Liddle. 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