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THE HARTFORD DAILY COURANT: MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1D43. Yankees' Nick Etten Hits Three Homers To Win Both Games From Detroit New York Halts Rallies To Save One-Run Leads Nick Gets Two Blows in Opener Which Ends 5 To 4; 43,019 Fans Stay For Last Out in 2 To 1 Finale New York. Aug. 1 (AP.) With Nick Etten slamming out three home runs to drive in the winning run in each game, the Yankees turned today on their chic! tormentors, the Detroit Tigers, and took both ends of a doubleheader from the Bengals. 5 to 4 and 2 to I. A crowd of 43.049, including 41.2; paid, saw the Yanks combine goon C ttttropRm Kept me spec hW.. . t . . u"" 2",?"J... f m. . t i E,uen u intKm iwu w ....... v. n , - - , in the first game to end Tommyjthe fifth inning when they scored) Bridies's seven-game winningfive times on two walks and four! streak for the Tigers. His third of iht ciav and 10th of tne season came behind a walk to Bud Meth-env in the sixth inning of the nightcap and nullified Hal White's feat of holding the league leaders to four hits. Spud Chandler, who chalked up his 13th win, shut out the Tigers on three hits until the ninth inning of the second game. Then the Bengals scored a run on a double bv pinchhitter Rip Radcliff and singles bv Dick Wakefield and Pinky Higains. With the tying run on third, Chandler made Don Ross pop out to second baseman Joe Gordon. Bill Dickey's second homer of the vear and doubles by Gordon and nitcher Hank Rorowv. in addition to a base on balls, gave the Yanks! AB H O a ab H O a three runs in the second inning of " J "Y? i J the opener to offset Detroit's first !?bne rf J 1 ' o if 5 1 i o inning run on Roger Cramer's sin-inrath rt n i 0 Tabor 3b 5 2 fl 4 gle and Joe Hoovers two-bagger, Etten connected for his homers in the third and fifth. Ruriv York hit his 14th homer In me iourin, Dur, uorowy neia tne Tigers in check until the eighth when doubles by Hoover and Wakefield followed by York's single, sent him to the showers. Johnny Murphy came in and retired the last four batters to save Hank's seventh win. , (First Gamp.) NEW YORK DETROIT ABH OA ABH O A Cropttl as 4 2 3 3 Cramer cf 4 2 2 1 Mt.li in- rt 4 t 1 0 Hoover as 4 3 1 3 9 1 Wakfld rt 3 1 1 0 1 0 York lb 4 2 8 3 3 3 HiKlns 3b 4 1 1 4 9 1 Ross If 3 0 10 0 3 Blwth 2b 4 0 2 1 1 0 Rlchrds 0 3 1 5 0 0 0 Oana X 10 0 0 0 0 Bridurs p 2 0 t 0 Hensliw p 1 0 2 0 Ettp;; lb 4 2 Keller If 4 0 Gordn 2b 4 1 Dirkcy c 4 2 Johnsn 3b 3 1 Lludell cf 3 I Borowy p 3 1 Murphy p 1 0 Totals 34 1127 11 Totals 33 10 24 12 New York 031 010 OOx 5 Detroit 100 100 0204 Runs. Etten 2, Gordon. Dickey, John-ion. Cramer, Hoover. Wakefield. York: errors, none: rum batted in. Hoover, Dickey 2, Borowy. Etten 2. York 2. Wakefield: two base hlta, Hoover 2. Gordon. Borowy. Johnson. Wakefield: home runs. Dickey, Etten 2. York; dou-hle plays. Etten to Crosettl to Ftlen, Gordon to Crosettl to Etten. Johnson to Gordon to Etten: left on bases. New York 7, Detroit 4. bases on halls. Borowy 2. Bi trices 1. Henshaw 1: strikeouts, Borowy 7. Brlrises 2. Henhaw 1. Mur phy 1; hits, off Bruises 9 in i Innings Hcnshaw 2 In 3, Borowy 10 In 7 1-3. Murphy 0 in 1 5-3: winning pitcher. Borowy: loping pitcher. Brlnces; umpires. Weafer. Summers and Stewart; time. 2:10. x Oana hatted for Richards in 9th. (Second Game.) NEW YORK DETROIT AB H O A AB H O A Crosttl ss 4 0 3 4 Cramer of 3 0 1 0 Mthny rl 3 0 1 0 Hoover ss 3 0 2 0 Etten lb 3 1 10 0 Rrtcllff X 1 110 Metro X 0 10 0 Keller If 3 Oordn 2b 3 Sears c 3 Jhnsn 3b 3 Llndll cf 3 Chndlr p 3 0 0 0 2 Wakfld rf 4 2 York lb 4 4 Higtns 3b 3 0 Ross If 4 1 3 1 12 1 0 1 2 1 Blwth 2b 3 1 1 3 Unser c 3 0 White p 3 0 0 Totals 28 4 27 13 Totals 31 6 24 12 New York 000 002 OOx 2 Detroit 000 000 0011 Runs, Metheny. Etten. Metro; errors, none: runs batted In. Etten 2. Wake field; two base hit. Radcliff; three base hit. Johnson; home run, Etten: left on bases. New York 3. Detroit 5: bases on halls. Chandler 2. White 1: strikeouts Chandler 3. White 2; umpires. Sum mers, Stewart and Weafer; time, 1:45; attendance. 41.288 paid. x Radcliff batted for Hoover In 9th. y Metro ran tor RBdcliff In 9th. Harris Ousted Because He Failed To Cooperate in Slump, Cox Says Philadelphia Aug. 1. AP.) William D. C.nv nriMnnf nf th Phillies, said tonight, in an eight- page statement, that Bucky Harris was released as manager of the ball club because he failed to cooperate in getting the team out of a slump that dropped them from the first to the second division in the National League. Cox said Harris declared nothing could be done about the situation because in his (Harris's) opinion, "the Phillies were a seventh place club." "During the course of a meeting with several members of the board of directors July 12." Cox's state ment said, "Harris refered to his players as 'those jerks' and depre cated the value of coaching them to iron out evident but comparatively minor faults on the playing field with the flat statement that he had no intention of running 'a school for ball players. " Cox read the statement to news papermen at his hotel room. With him were a Mister Randolph, a director of the cluft, and Charles P. Grimes, Cox's New York attorney. "At the very start of the meet ing,' the statement continued "Harris stated that if the owners of the club did not have confidence in him, the thing for them to do was to get a new manager whom they did have confidence in; that such action on the part of the owners would be quite all right with him: for them not to worry at all, as he could get along in baseball; and that it had happened to him before." Regarding the way Harris was notified of his removal, the statement had this to say: "We regret the manner In which Mr. Harris was Informed of his dismissal as much as he does. It was ecrtainly not Intended to happen iu J ay' We wish t0 emphasize that he was to be given the opportunity of resigning if he wished to do so. Cox went on to say that Grimes explained to Harris and Earl White- S-V.V. lhl c.Suh W1J as dismissed with him. "The unfortunate manner in which the news of their dismissal had been given the newspapers before they had an opportunity of resigning or before they had received news of it." e The club president touched upon the players' strike prior to a night Boston Sox Drop Opener 8-6, Win Later Game 4-1 Boston. Aug. 1 (AP.) The Bos ton Red Sox. who lost the opening came of a twin bill to the Cleveland Indians today, 8-6, alter making a outpoint u ( ,. ,, tn.zk. 81; low net, H. M. Schofleld. 87- i na i nnnni unnr. n iiiiiv whv i i i .rH .:; ;, th first, contest in hits includine a double by Ken Kelt-iDr ner. All of the Cleveland markers were charged to rookie George Woods. Trailing 7-0 as they came to bat in the fifth the Boston nine rallied for two runs in that frame, another pair in the sixth and still another pair in the seventh but Roy Poat and Jimmy Salveson combined to throttle the Hose from there in. Dick Newsome gave the Sox a split as he let the Indians down with six hits in the nightcap. The Sox broke a 1-1 tie in the sixth when a walk, a hit batsman, singles by Bobby Doerr and Tony Lupien and Roy Partee's double accounted for three runs, all charged against the veteran Mel Harder. iri.EVKLAND BOSTON I KRnr 3b in" f m7 I smith t 3 Doerr 2b 5 4 3 3 Fox rf 5 4 3 1 0 1 0 0 Lupien lb 5 1 8 4 Partee c 3 0 6 1 .ludd p 0 Woods p 0 Terry p Cronln 8 Dobsn p Lasor y Brown p 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 poat p Slvesn p Totals 38 9 27 17 Totals 41 15 27 9 Cleveland 200 051 000 8 Boston mhi vu imva Runs, Boudreau 3, Rocco i, tuiien- blne. Heath. Keltner. Culberson 2. Tabor. Doerr 2. Fox; errors, Rocco. Kelt ner. Parte; runs batten m. jieaui i, Keltner 2 Rosar, Lupien 2, cronm. nnerr Fox: two base hits. Keltner, Doerr: three base hit, Metkovlch; stol en base. Heath; double plays. Roaar and Mack. Boudreau. Mack and Rocco. Boudreau and Rocco, Tabor, Doerr and Lupien: left on bases. Cleveland 7. Boston 10: bases on balls, smitn l. Poat 1, Judd 1, Woods 4, Dobson 1; strikeouts. Smith 1, Poat 4. Judd 1. Woods 3, Dobson 2; hits, off Smith 11 In 8 2-3 Innings, off Poat 4 In 1 2-3, off Salveson 0 In 2-3, off Judd 2 In 1-3. off Woods 4 In 4, off Terry 0 in 2-3. off Dobson 3 in 3. off Brown 0 In 1: winning pitcher, Smith: losing pitcher, Judd: umpires, Plpgras and McUowan; time, 2:45. Cronln batted for Terry in sin. y Lazor batted for Dobson In 8th. BOSTON CLEVELAND AB H O A AR H O A Nwsme ss 4 1 3 5 Peters ss 0 0 0 0 Mtkvh cf 3 0 4 0 Bdreu ss 4 2 2 2 Clhrsn If 5 1 1 0 Rocco lb 3 0 13 0 Tsbor 3h 3 0 0 2 Clnhne rf 4 0 1 0 Doerr 2b 4 1 3 4 Heath rf 3 0 2 0 Fox rf 2 12 0 Kltnr 3b 4 J 0 4 Lupien lb 4 2 11 0 Reerry If 4 1 2 0 Pnrtee e 2 2 2 1 Mack 2b 3 114 H Nwsm P 4 1 1 2 Dsautls c 2 1 4 0 Harrier p 2 0 0 0 Hevtng p 0 0 0 1 , Rosar X 10 0 0 Center p 0 0 0 0 Totals 3T"9 27 iT Totals 300 2411 Boston 000 103 . OOx 4 Cleveland 000 100 0001 Runs. Mark, Doerr. Fox. Lupien, par-tee: errors., Boudreau, Desautels; runs batted In. Desautels. Metkovlch, Lupien, Partee. H. Newsome; two base hits. Desautels. Lupien. Partee; three base hits, Culberson; stolen base, Fox; sacrifices, Rocco, Fox: double plays. Mack and Rocco, Mack. Boudreau and Rocco. Tabor. Doerr and Lupien, Doerr. L. Newsome and Lupien; left on bases. Cleveland 6. Boston U: beses on balls. Harder 4, Center 2. H. Newsome 3; strikeouts. Harder 2. Hevlng 1, H. New-some 3; hits, off Harder 9 In 5 1-3 innings, off Hevlng 0 in 2-3, off Center 0 In 2; hit by pitcher, by Harder (L. Newsome): losing pitcher, Harder; umpires, McGowan and Plpgras; time. 2:07; attendance, 21.092, paid. x Rosar batted for Hevlng In 7th. tgame in St. Louis, and said in con- ClUSlOn: i 'Tf H Hirnfrtf YaA ortv rifMihf which they do not have, as to the wisdom of their action In dismissing Mr. Harris, any such doubt would have been removed by Mr. Harris's conduct in regard to the strike and the statements he has made since that time." British Sailors Lose At Soccer The Hartford All-Stars, led by Captain Ireland, defeated a British Navy team in a benefit soccer game played Sunday afternoon at the Pratt & Whitney field, West Hartford, by a score of 5 to 3. The match, 30 minutes late in getting started, pleased the hundreds who, for their first time, witnessed a soccer game and especially one that contained a team from overseas. Outstanding for the Invaders were goaltender Goncher and plavers Hannan and Harrod whose stellar work kept the locals from getting a larger score. Sousa, for the Hartford Stars, was out front In the scoring, getting three goals. Harry Holt. USFA, handled the referee's job the first half and an other USFA member, H. Nuring, the second half. The event was played for a charitable cause and the committee headed by Harry Holt of Bradley Field and Lieutenant John McCol-loch of the British Navy, in charge oi tne overseas men, expresses tnanKS to tnose helping to put on the match. ALL-STARS Tralnor Jack Koublck Krzyzek. Cwlkla Berg Murnlna Ihlstrom Sousa Ireland BRITISH NAVY Ooncher f rb lb rh ch lh or lr c 11 Mat meson Connell Hannan Harrod Cushwav Jackson Concannon Murphy Priest Hat ton 01 Veck Goals scored by: Stars Sousa 3. Hat- ton 1, Oreen 1; British Jackson 1. Priest 1. Veck 1: substitutes, Green. Hackwood. Chesney. Blues Defeat Yankees, 13-7. The Grave Yard Blues defeated the Charles Yankees nine In a base ball game Sunday afternoon at Kcney Park by a score of 12 to 7. Blues 010 012 06212 14 3 Yankees' 002 000 050 7 8 5 Kennedy, Moe and Yack; Bam Falletl and Rubero Along The Fairways FARMINGTON. Sweepstakes L. F. Touhey, 74-7-67; H. S. Kellem. 83-14-69; Dr. L. Q. Ellis, 81-8-73. INDIAN HILL. Sweepstakes Class A J. Dal- guinss 76-7-69: F. Nauman, 78-8-70; S. Block, 82-12-70. Class B J. Batterson. 83-15-68; J. Parson, 86-17-69; E. Walsh. 85-15-70. Women's Sweepstakes R. Monroe, 111-30-81; L. Nelson. 116-26-96. ROCKLFDGE. Kickers' handicap Low cross. M Moss, 76. Guv Barney. 82-10-72; Joe Ashe. 83-12-71! W. Ahlp sn.B-71 GOODWIN jndiy 1 A. Mea 7,- 20 - 67 urirTiiE-Dt:t.ii.-i 11 WET1IERSHKLI). Sweepstakes, Class A-low nrt, Ted Frees. R4-15 C9: Dick Cronln -75.570; Jim Lennon, 86-15 71; low gross, Ed Aldrich, 72. Class B-C. H. jOlson. 96-2274. Kickers' handicap; Ted Torrant. 74-272; T. J. Griffin, ;93-i8 75; Frank Munroe. 83-875; Al Godbout, 85-1075; George Steele, 79-475; Bob Grant, 75-0 75: low cross. Krl Alririrh 72. fjlnh tournament, Class A-low net, Pete Osteiby, 72-666; Class B-W. B. Hoddinott, 99-2970. White Sox Topple A's Twice, Boost Margin For Place Philadelphia, Aug. 1. 1 AP.) Jimmy Dykes's up-nnd-comiiig Chi cago wnue sox tightened tneir grip 011 second spot in the American League with a double victory over the Philadelphia Athletics, 5 to 1 and 15 to a, at Shibe Park today. A crowd of 12,096 sat in on the proceedings. It was the lourth victory m a row for the Sox, and their seventh win in their last eight games. Starting with Tony Cuccincuos first inning homer, the Sox scored once in each of five innings of the first E.inin whilR Buck Ross was doling out eight hits to the A's. Washington appeared to be en-Everett Pagan, who started for the; joying a batting practice session in Macks, suffered the loss. the seventh at the expense of Potter Wally Moses started the nightcap! by walloping Don Black's third pitch over the right Held wan ana toucn- uur off an old-lashioned siuctest. The Sox wound up with 17 hits off five Philadelphia nuriers ana tne A's with its 15 off Johnny Humphries and Joe Haynes. Haynes was the winner nd Lum Harris the loser. The "total of 32 hits was good for 49 bases, including Moses' homer, three triples and eight doubles. (First ;;ime.) CHICUnn PHILADELPHIA AB H O A AB H O A Moses rf 4 2 3 0 Heffnr 2h 3 0 1 1 Tucker ct 4 15 0 welaj rt 4 I 1 u Cucnlo 3b 4 AiillllB ss 4 1 0 1 While cf 3 0 4 0 0 3 4 Waunrr c 4 1 7 2 Hiidcln II 3 Webb 2b 3 Kuhel lb 3 Treh c 3 Boss p 3 3 2 0 Slehrt lb 4 0 fl 1 0 1 4 F.Rtlela U 4 2 3 0 1 9 1 Mayo 3b 3 0 1 1 1 4 0 Hull ss 4 2 4 2 0 0 0 KiiKnil p 0 0 0 1 Arl,n p 3 1 0 2 Valo X 10 0 0 Totals 31 9 27 10 Totals 33 8 27 10 Chicago HI 000 1105 Philadelphia 000 100 000 1 Runs, Moses. Cucctnello, Horinln. Kuhel, Tresh, While: errors, Mayo, Hall: runs batted In. Cucclnello, Tresh, Estalella, (Moses scored on error), Mose,s, Webb; two hase hit. Tresh: three base hits, Moses, HodBln; home runs, Cucclnello; stolen bases, Welaj, Moses; sacrifices, Webb. Koss: double plays. Hall to Slebert, Cucclnello to Anpllnu to Webb. Kuhel to Appling to Kuhel; left on bases, Chlcano 5. Philadelphia 8; base on bulls, olf Fagan 2, Ross 3. Arntzen 1; strikeouts, Faaan 1, Arntzen 4, Boss 4: hlta. off Pagan 3 In 2 In -nlnns. ArnUen 6 In 7; lilt by pitcher, hv Arntzen (HodKtn); balk. Boss; losing pitcher. FaKan; umpires, Rommel and Hubbard: time of same, 1:57. x-Vulo batted for Arnten in 9th. (Second Game) CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA AR H o A AO nun Moses rf 8 Tucker cf 5 Cucnlo 3b 1 Grant 3b 4 Applnft ss 4 HodKln If 5 Webb 2b 8 Kuhel lb 3 Cstlno c 5 Hphiies p 2 Haynes p 3 2 2 2 4 0 0 0 2 4 2 2 3 4 1 0 11 2 2 0 Hfner 2b 5 1 1 o 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 1 Welaj rf 0 Valo cf 1 Estlla If 5 Tyack If 0 Siehrt lb 5 3 3 4 2 2 3 1 3 1 0 2 5 2 4 1 4 1 1 0 1 1 2 Mayo 3b 4 0 Hail ss 4 1 Benson x 1 0 Swift c 1 2 Wasner o 4 3 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 Black p 1 0 White X Clyde p Clola p Harris p Mores p Skaff B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 44 17 27 13 Totals 52 V I 27 fl rhtrnen "''l" Philadelphia 006 020 001-9 Runs, Moses. Tucker 3. Grant. Appling 3. HodKln 3. Webb 3. Hiivnes, Welaj Valo. Estalella. Slebert. Mayo. Hall 2. Wanner. White: errors. Ma-o. Grant 2: runs batted In. Moses Kuhel 2, Casttno 4. Humphries. Kstalella. Slebert. White. Hall, Heffner i. HodKln 3. Wasner 2. Han-la. Appllnf 3. Hnvnes; h... hit. AnnllllE 2. Webb. Heff- ,,r stoheit Welai. Tucker 2: three base hits. Moses. Halt. Wagner 2: home M.ioa- ntnleii bases. Welaj. Valo, sacrifice. Mayo; left on bases, Chicago 14. Athletics 9; base on halls, Black 5, Humphries 2, Clyde 1. Clola 1, Harris 3. Flores 1; struck out, Haynes i. Harris 2; hits, off Black 5 In 3 Innings: n in n (nitehrd to one batter); rini n in 0 (rtltched to one hatter); u.rri. a In 3: Flores 4 In 3: Humph rlca 7 In 2 2-3: Haynes 8 In 8 1-3: hit by pitcher, by Flores (Kuhel); wild pitches. Harris. Haynes: wlnnlnu pltch- nnn' losing nitcher. Harris: urn- nli-es. Hubbard and Rommel; time of game, 2:40. ...,. x Whit batted for Black In 3d. yHenson batted for Hall in 9th. is Skaff batted for Flores In 9th. Nordquist Wins Honors In Bicyclinjr Contests Watson Nordquist, for the second year in succession, won the senior event of the State Bicycling contest yesterdav at the Colt Pink Memorial Drive. In winning, Watson raced to a high total of 15 points, the same number that gave him the title last yer.r. The one-mile senior event was taken bv Watson Nordnuist, with Robert Morse in Second place. Theodore Krohner in third, and James rmando in fourth. Nordquist also placed first in the five-mile senior event, and Philip Klt-tredge, Krohner and Armando finished in successive order. The time for the mile race was 2:53, and time for the five-mile race was 13:14. The 20-mlle senior contest was won by Morse in 57 minutes and 25 seconds, with Nordquist, Kroh ner and Armando coming in as named. These senior championship events were based on points earned in all contests, the final tabulation giving Nordquist 15 points. Morse 10 points: Krohner 7 points: Armando 3 points; and Philip Kittredge 2 points. With the exception of James Armando, who Is a member of the Le Chemlneau Cycle Club, others belong to the Hartford Cycle Club. Buy that extra honrl. You've done your bit, now do a bit more. You're In the Army Now Ky Capt. Here Fickien t. . . boaro 'SM& fit "Don't worry about reading the 1 i . 1 , l i. 1 J .. i HI " " uuy yuuie mi Washington Buries Browns, 20-6, After Taking First By 5-3 Score Washington, Aug. 1. (AP.) The Washington Nationals overwhelmed St. LOUIS 20 to 6 U) the night Cap ; to sweep a aouoie-neaner wnn me i Browns before 15,579 spectators to-: day. Washington took the opener 5 to 3 behind Rae Scarborough's ef- lective nulling. The Nats clouted nut. 19 blows off Cl.. CmHra Wnlcnn lr,tff ov,H 1 Jack Kramer in the second game, jcoiieen M. It was Sundra's loss. Young JimixBuckie Down Mertz, with a big lead all the way, f upper Went the route for Washington, 'spare Room viplrilncr 11 hlows. Mertz snnt.teri i Oent thP Rrnwim three runs in the first i me tsrowns inree runs in tne iiibt, out trie nationals expionca ior six scores In their half of the inning. and Kramer, counting seven runs, on six hits, three walks and an infield grounder. It was Washington's biggest display of power all year and was their fourth straight victory. Scarborough, who pitched his last game before entering the Navy as an ensign, scattered the Browns' 10 blows in the opener after his team gave him a three run margin in the first on George Case's single. Jimmy Vernon's homer over thelrcy wolf right field wall. Gene Moore's dou- ble and Priddy's one baser. Frankie Hayes wont in as a pinch hitter for the Browns in the ninth and horn mcrcn imo ti e oieacntrrs wun a runner aboard. TTnll nccu'nrlVi whn re oirnrt Rnh . " . : T . . ., Mimcncf for St. Louis in the sev- cnth,- was banished, for protesting too vigorously when a balk was 1 cnlled on him in trying to cut down nenrtrp. C.urp nn a stolen hnse. Mun- crtef was the losintr Ditcher. (First Game.) I WASHINGTON ST. LOUIS I All H O A AH H U ABH O A Clary 3b 0 1 0 Otrd 2b 5 2 4 1 1 Case If Vmon lb Moore rf Prlddy 2b Spnce cf Sullvn ss Oiulnl c Ccbrgh p 2 0 0 Clirt 3b 5 1 12 1 MQn lb 3 13 0 Laabs If 4 2 3 3 Chartk rf 4 0 2 0 Stphn as 3 0 0 7 Cstmn as 1 15 0 Krevch cf 1 112 Bvrns cf 3 Sehultz c 3 Mmichf p 2 Zarllla X 1 HlKwh p 0 7 0 0 0 1 u U 6 1 o 3 o Caster p 0 Hayea y 1 1 TnTI Totals 30 8 27 13 Totals Washington 300 , V,r 001 lOx at. Louis 001 000 002 .1 ituuh Case 2. Vernon, woor, Spenee. Cllft. Chi-lstman, Hayes; error. Clary; runs batted In. Vernon 2, Prlddv, Laabs Scarborough. Moore. Hayes 2: two base hits, Moore, Giuliani. Gutterldge; three base hits, Laabs, Stephens; home runs. Vernon. Hayes: stolen bases, Spence. Clary, Case; sacrifice. Vernon: double Play. Sullivan to Prlddy to Vernon; left on bases, St. Louis 8, Washington 6; bases on balls. Scarborough 2. Mnnnriet 4; strikeouts, Scarborough 5. Muncilef i. uasier a; nits, off Muncrlef 7 In 6 Innings. HoIltiiKswonh 1 In l-a cter ( In 1 2-3; wild pitch. Muncrlef; balk, Momngsworth: losing nitcher Mun crlef; umpires. Grieve. Rue and Berry: time. 2:04. Zarllla batted for Muncrlef In 7th, y Hayes batted for Caster In 9th. (Second Game.) WASHINGTON ST. LOUIS AB H O A Gtrdge 2b 4 1 8 5 Clary 3b 3 2 2 1 Clift 3b 4 110 Case If 7 3 3 0 McQn lb 5 2 0 Vrnon lb 4 2 9 0 Laabs If 3 14 0 Moore rf 3 4 0 Chartk rf 4 1 0 0 Prlddy 2b 5 4 2 3 Hayes c 4 14 0 Spence cf 5 2 3 0 Crstmn ss 4 1 2 4 Sulllvn ss 2 0 1 3 Krvlch cf 3 2 1 0 Giuliani c 4 2 3 3 Sundm p 0 0 0 0 Mertz p 5 1 0 0 Potter p 3 1 0 1 Kramer p 0 0 0 1 Zarllla x 1 0 0 0 Totals 41 19 27 10 Totals 35 11 24 11 Washington . 610 120 73x 20 St. Louis 300 000 102 6 Runs, Clary 3. Case 2. Vernon 4, Moore 2, Prlddy 3. Spence 2. Sullivan 3. Giuliani, Gutterldge. Cllft. McQulnn, Laabs, Chrlstman, Kreevlch; error. Cllft; runs batted in Laabs 2. Char-tak. Moore 4, Spence 4. Mertz 2. Giuliani 4. Prlddy. Case 3. Cllft. McQulnn 2; two base hits, Moore 2. Potter. CUry. Spence: three base hits, Laabs. Case; stolen bases. Vernon 2, Case, Prlddy. Spence; sacrifice. Mertz; double plays. Sullivan to Prlddy to Vernon. Christ- man to Gutterldge to McQulnn: left on bases. St. Louis 6. Washington 12; bsses on balls. Merta 4. Sundra 2, Potter 5. Kramer 5: strikeouts, Mertz 4, Potter 3: hits, off Sundra 4 -In 2-3 Innings, Potter 12 in 5 1-3. Kramer 3 in V. hit by nitcher. by Pltter (Sullivan). Kramer (Vernon); wild pitches, Mertz. Kramer passed ball. Hayes; losing pitcher, Sundra: umpires, Rue. Berry and Grieve; time. 2:18; attendance 15.573 x Zarllla batted for Krmer in 9th Murtaugh Of Phillies To Take Induction Exam Philadelphia. Aug. 1. (AP.l Dannv Murt align, Phillies second baseman, will take his final physical examination for the Army Tuesday the Phillies office said today. Freddy Fltzslmmons. new manager of the Phillies, sent Murtaugh home after today's double-header with the Cubs at Chtcago. Murtaugh Is 25 years old, married and the father of a thrie-months-old son. His home is in Chester, Pa. Bought from the Cardinals' system in 1941, Murtaugh has shown steady Improvement both in hitting and fielding. He batted .241 last year and fins been around .280 so far this senson. The Phillies office also announced that pitcher Dale Mathewson, recalled from Trenton several weeks ago, has been optioned to Knoxvllle In the Southern Association. Connie Mack says there Is more knuckle-ball throwing this vear, but the screwball has almost disappeared. eye chart if you can distinguish Today's Race Entries PACE Purse $1150. caimmg maidens 3-year-olrts. l mile. Sffi'TSfk. l xJsi.verB Acres Tower lis yBoina r ' fcatT 118 113 113 11R 113 IPaul A US Donegal i SECOND RACE Purse S1150 118 claiming. J-VCar-OlCIR 6 furlonits (chute). 10R Richard W. 113 10R Giewi k Flame 110 108 xMIrs Addle 105 113 Bus Otrl 108 10R xOuIck Baker 110 110 xFlylng Junior 110 113 Is I Ain't 113 THIRD RACE Purre J1150. claiming mMrt(n. 2-year-olds. 5'i furlongs xaLoustoi no Linwood Belle us ibMacs Quest lis cMiidred R. 115 unite u reui Welletta 115 China Lady 115 Ellen Mist 115 Lucky Spot 115 bNat'r. Reward 113 c-Dorls L. Howling Lady Famous Lady xbuck Patch Paranon Stable entry. b Medfleld Farm entry, e K D. Kolseth entry. FOURTH RACE Purse S1250. Ins. 4-year-olds and upward, clalrn-6 fur- longs (cnute). Mindeful 106 Savings Bank 111 Aunt Millie Prince A. O. Maepal Unrmond Crack Timber FIFTH RACE- 109 No 'Count 115 111 Parfalt Amour 108 111 Naval Reserve 111 108 xMuddy Run 106 114 -Purse $1250. claiming. 4-year-olds and upward. 6 furlongs (chute). 111 xHeathtown 111 xGrand Party 115 Qulle 111 Tides In 105 113 118 111 chance whisper ' .p"'. 106 xChnnce Run 106 SIXTH RACE Purse $1550. claiming, 4- VOar.nlrlo nnrl 1 1 r, 1 1 aFlashalong llfi landslide m jbneimike us hDa-bv Du no T"" !'" lloauctUII 116 ;Liiuie Mnnnrrn 110 aT. f. Bledsoe entry LJ?w w. waters entry SEVENTH RACE Purse 81250. claiming. pari -Ernest .i-vcFir-oms ano unward. 1 .V 118 Mlchlgin Sun 113 Ctloryiand 10 xcea foam ini ix,w.?.d,VRle hB,ts !'.'? Wanna Hygro EIGHTH RACE Purse J1250. claiming 4-year-olris and upward. 1A miles Alloys uount I I.J xaMnJorette 103 Lady's Count xsiiaheen 108 Waddy Grand Venture 108 bin Dutch I Bid 113 bBroller 41-? ?i!1B1 lvi ovando line ranciea xOold Bill sentry. 113 Grand Day"" n 118 c,?,opf,r and Mrs- D- McDermld b W. W Haswell and Alfred Gerald entry, x A AC. BFI.MONT PARK. FIRST RACK Purse $1500. special velK!lts- maidens. 2 year olds, 6 fur ; c i wiuener course). 5Sunover nn Artpi piihf 118 114 110 105 110 110 118 118 Seal Rock 110 Bomb Berlin 1WO FOld 111 Mart r,,,, Francis Marlon lis iSn.-,, i., Quarter Moon 118 Baiflor Adelphla in jacit Dove !Mad Anthony 105 Sixteen Cets Beach Head 110 Ranirt vwr ocjunu rt ACE Purse $1500, claiming 4 year olds and upward, 7 furlongs, slatan 113 Eight Rolls 113 fluorescent 108 At Play 118 iecognlze in Airy Goer 118 eslgnator 118 Roman Flaf 118 .lanamald 110 Umbrll 108 fe , 108 Light O'Morn 108 la.lng Heat 113 Shipmate 113 linistone 113 Scotch Tran 111 Classic Beauty 108 Ladles First 108 iFlylng Torpedo 108 Total Eclipse 118 THIRD RACE Purse SISOO. sneclal weights, maidens, hurdle race, 3 year olds upward, about l'-j miles. Village Chimes 142 nNovlew ns Norge II 143 King Oberon 142 My Echo 148 hI,nriv- Manila 110 aHlsh Tint 1,(0 Rice Cake 148 Mnteson 142 Little Ripple 137 aPost Haste 142 Maryland Morn 148 bArt School 135 a G. H. Bostwlck and Mrs D. P. Barrett and Mrs. L. E. Stoddward entry; b Montpeller entry, FOURTH RACE Purse $2000, Contessa class C handicap, 3 year olds, 6 furlongs. Cllckety Clack 112 topera Singer 107 mercy 108 Navigating 108 mint- 1'iaua ma FIFTH RACE-Purse S1800, allowances. 2 year olds, Sti furlongs (Wlriener course). Nanuet Little Dottle aTlt for Tat Damask Rose 115 aEntertalnmcnt 115 115 Leaving 115 115 Jaro Queen 115 113 a Belalr Stud and Wheatley Stable entry. 8IJH. RACE Purse J3000 added. Checkmate class B handicap, 3 year olds and upward. I1-, miles. Grey Wing 112 Royal Nap 112 ncnreior 112 aCopperman 110 imuinna 11 CorVdOO. 114 a- H S. Nesbltt entry. SBIVENTH RACE Purse $1700, special weights, maidens. 3 year olds, 1 mile. sea convoy 112 Faglestone 107 Justinian II 112 Rangoon 112 Bollinger 112 Roxspur 112 Mlneflnder 112 Surf Rider 112 Hevle 107 Raglan 112 Very Dry 112 Yankee Cousin 120 lsov Ken Top 115 EIGHTH R 4CE Pure S1500. claiming, .1 .vPMr 01ns ann upward, i' miles Chlckora 107 Keene Advice 114 Notes Allessandro Eros Sickle T. Bulled Shirt Smithport Sun Triad t S: t 7 lbs. 114 Miiter Chance 114 120 iSoarlette TI 104 114 inq 118 County Cork 120 iFettacalrn 120 Earllana 111 jMiquelon 114 AAC. 115 107 Selections Listed For Today's Races BY ASSOCIATE! PRESS. SI FFOLK DOWNS. 1 Donegal. Bonla. Long Straw. 2 Bus Girl. Ho Hum, Buckledown, 3 Chin Lady. Mildred R. Famous Lady. 4 Mmdeful. Unlmond. No Count. 5 Grand Party. Guile. Big C'hanre. 6 Get Ofr. Darby Du. Little Monarch 7 Sea Foam. Oloryhmrt, .lelwell. 8 In Dutch. Gold Bill. Waddy. Best bet Grand Party, IHXMONT. 1 Mad Anthony, Ariel Flight. Sonnet Key. 2 Blazing Heat, Designator, Roman Flag. 3 Msteson, Post Haste. Rice Cake. 4 CUcketv Clack. Little Diana, Mercy. 5 Faro Queen. Nanuet, Tit. For Tat. 6 Roval Nap, Corydon, Grey Wing, 7 Raglan, Surf Rider. Yankee Cousin 8 Boiled Shirt. County Coik. Notes, Best bet -Raglan., Lawn Howling BY MAX LIBERMAV. Contenders for the "Second On To Victory" lawn bowling tournament will gather at 9:30 a. m. today for the 1943 renewal of their champion ship competition. The play, taking in 36 teams, will be held at Thistle rink, Elizabeth Park, and Fernleigh rink. Lancaster Road, West Hart ford. The three-day tournament, for the second year in succession, has taken the place of the National, in so far as local lawn bowling events are concerned, the National being called off due to transportation conditions. Today's play will take in four of the six rounds listed in the team play. Each round will require about two hours to complete, meaning that it will be well into the dusk period when completed. Chairman James Johnston, of Fernleigh Club, urges all bowlers to be at their respective greens on time for the get away at 9:30. George Davidson, Thistle Club representative and last year's tournament winner will defend his title and for his team he has selected Alec Grant, third, Harold Brtgham. second and Richard Dickson, lead. Davidson's 1942 team consisted of himself skip, Stanley Fritzson, William Neill, Alec Grant. Teams and their skips listed for the opening are as follows: At Elizabeth Park Grieve. New Haven, vs. Walshaw. Fernleigh: Davie, Bridgeport, vs. Cooper, Pawtucket. R. I.; Buchannan. Essex County. N. J.. vs. Kelly, Thistle: Sleatcr. Essex County, vs. Davidson, Thistle: Smith. Bridgeport, vs. Lord, Woodlawn; Dar-gle, Bridgeport, vs. Thompson, New Britain: Miller, Brooklyn. N. Y.. vs. Dickson. Thistle; Goodwin, Amltyville. N. Y.. vs. Johnston. Fernleigh: Miller. New Haven, vs. Baltmaln, New York City; Reld, New York City, vs. W. Bryant. Mt. Dora, Florida; Morrison. Bridgeport, vs. Paterson. Springfield and Crowe, Bridgeport, vs. Messner, Providence. At Fernleigh Green Trenton No. 2 vs. Young, Thistle: Edwards. Boston, vs-Pattlson. New Britain: Russell, Boston, vs. A. Schofleld. Providence, R. I.: Talt. Bridgeport, vs. Burnett, Wood-lawn; Stanley. New Haven vs. J. Gow-sns, Fernleigh; and Trenton No. 1 vs. Alec Trail. Phillips-Young Bout Tops Card Tomorrow Night New York Aug. 1 (AP.) Henry Armstrong, making a determined bid for the fistic laurels he lost several vears aeo. oDnoses Jimmy Gar rison of Kansas City, in a 10-round bout at Portland, Ore., Friday night. It is the 25th fight in the former triple-titleholder's comeback cam paign The battle tops a meager national program for the coming week that opens tomorrow night with Buddy Walker of Columbus, Ohio, mixing for 10 rounds or less with Johnny Denson of Indianapolis in the Buck eye capital city. Terrv Young, busy Gotham light weicht. fights Jimmy Phillips of Baltimore at Hartford Tuesday with Youne shooting for a bout with Tommy Jessup of Springfield. The program: Mondav-at Columbus, Jack (Bud dv Walker, Columbus, vs Johnny nnm Tndiananolis heaVVWrtKhtS D,pnson' ln(l " 1 Aichie 1VM , ni am Moore, San Diego, vs Jack Chase, Walsenburg. Colo,, middleweights, (15): at New York. Tommy Reid, nnliimhiiK nhin. vs Dannv Cox. New vorlr lina vvwoiphts. (1(1): at New- I ' ,y. ' r"T' ',. ... arK, rreaaie Arcner, iiewnin, vo Phil Enzenga, Baltimore, welterweights. (10). Tuesday-at Los Angeles, Turkey Thompson, Los Angeles, vs Ben Mor- oz, Philadelphia, heavyweignts, uu; ! X- , Vnl, T7i.Arly4 PlAMe KTaW ii.ilvn,.ir vm tno rinvprnnlp New Vork. : middleweights (8) ; at Hartford terry xoung, new ium, vs cuuuij Phillips, Baltimore, lightweights, (10); at Jacksonville, Buddy Scott, Tampa, vs Jim Bowden, Jacksonville, heavyweights (10); at New York, Bobby Ruffin, vs Al Guido, New York, lightweights. (10). Wednesdav-at OaKlana, mm Hartrek, Omaha, vs Hindu Fleet, Los Angeles, heavyweights, (8) and Al Ware, Stockton, vs Domingo Val-in, Hayward, Calif., heavyweights, (8) : at Woonsocket. R. I., Al uosta, Woonsocket, vs Red Doty, Hartford, welterweights, (10); at Elizabeth, N. J.. Gene Buffalo, Philadelphia, vs Roy Taylor, New York, welter weights (8). Thursday-at Fort Hamilton, N. Y., Johnnv Jones. Pittsburgh, vs Saverio Turiello, New York, welterweights (8) and Tonv Reno. Chicago, vs jer-rv Fiorello, New York, welterweights (8) . Friday-at San Francisco, Doug Wilson, Carson City, vs Johnny Mattero, San Francisco, mlddle-weichts. (8); at Hollywood, Joe Robleto, Pasadena, vs Alwin Romero. Los Angeles, Bantamweights, (10); at Portland, Ore., Henry Armstrong, Los Angeles, vs Jimmy Garrison, welterweights, (10). West Negro Nine EdgesEast, 2-1 Chicago. Aug. 1.-(AP.1 The East's three-year-monoply of winning Negro all-star baseball games was broken, 2-1, by the West today in the eleventh annual contest before a crowd of 31.723 in Comiskey Park. It was the fifth win for the West in the series. The West scored runs in the second and fourth innings, while the East, held at bay by four pitchers, including Leroy (Satchel) Paige, who started the game, came to life in the first half of the ninth to make its only marker on a home run by Buck Leonard of the Homestead Grays. Paige, given a one-run lead in the second inning, received credit for the victory, his second of the classic, and thus avenged the defeat charged to him last year. The slender Negro star, who pitched three innings, allowed no hits, struck out four batters, and walked one. In his only appearance at the plate, he hit a double. Dave Barnhill, a member of the New York Cubans, was the losing pitcher. West 010 100 OOx 2 6 0 East 000 000 0011 4 1 East Barnhill, Wright, Harvey, Day ana uioson; west Paige, mc Kinnis, T. Smith, Moss and T. Rad cliffe. IlajGfg: Runs Final Race In New York August 11 New York, Aug. 1 (AP.l Gun- dcr Hagg, the swift Swede who Is undefeated In a transcontinental track tour, will make his farewell appearance in New York City the evening of August 11. Daniel J. Ferris, executive secretary of the AAU, said today that Hagg would compete against Bill HuLse. second to Hagg at Cleveland Saturday night, and Gil Dodds, In .another one mile run. Brooklyn Royal Giants Whipped Twice By Gems Iggy Miller and George Woodend Pitch 9-4 and 6-0 Victories at Bulkeley Stadium; Locals Garner Total of 22 Bingles Deep River Wins Over Middletown To Increase Lead STANDINGS. W. L. Pet. Deep River 11 2 Mt Middletown 9 4 .B92 Portland 9 4 ,92 Essex 7 6 .536 East Hampton 7 6 .536 Durham 3 10 .231 Hlganum 3 10 .231 Mood us 3 10 .231 Middletown, Aug. 1. (Special.)- The Deep River baseball team managed to sneak out a 2-1 home win over the Middletown Giants and go two games in front of both Middle-town and Portland Sunday as Jack Krauth beat Matty Mathews, in a tight duel. Higganum lost to Portland 4-1 in Portland, East Hampton defeated Essex 6-1 while Moodus toppled the Durham team 10-6 at Middlefield. Krauth was In rare form. In three innings he turned back the Giants with the bases loaded and only in the eighth did they push across a run. Deep River scored its first run on a hit batsman, a wane ana a pop flv to short right which the sec ond baseman and the right fielder allowed to fall and the runner scored from second. In the seventh a walk, sacrifice and a hit to right scored the second run Middletown scored in the last of the eiehth on a walk, a two-base error, a walk and pop fly single to right field. Then the batter hit to the mound for a force at tne piate and the final out came when the batter whiffed. Frank Grabek of Portland came back after a first inning when he allowed three straight hits to beat Higganum 4-1. Durham used three mound flippers in losing to Moodus. DEEP RIVER ' MIDDLETOWN AB H O A AB M u A Masslnl ss 3 1 Orlach ss 3 Henry rf 5 Fly n n cf 3 O'Roke lb 4 Levin z 0 Day If 0 Baker c 2 Hack 3b 3 0 0 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 10 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1 1 1 1 0 10 0 2 1 2 0 8 Danfth 2b 2 0 Watern 3b 3 1 Carlson' If 4 0 Wlnngr rf 3 1 Olson c 3 1 Hookns rf 2 1 Smith cf 1 0 Resslr lb 2 0 10 1 Sullvn rf 4 Krauth p 4 1 1 9 Wikski 2b 4 Matnws p Totals 27 6 27 21 Deep River Middletown Runs, Wtnnlger, P errors, Waterman 2, Totals 32 6 24 19 000 100 lOx 2 000 000 0101 Masslnl, Flynn; Smith, Ressler. Baker, Hack; stolen bases, Danfortn. Flynn: sacrifices. Waterman, Olson; double - plays, Masslnl to Danforth to Ressler: left on bases. Middletown 8, Deep River 10; bases on balls, Kroutn 3, Mathews 4; strike-nuts, Krouth 6, Mathews 8; hit by pitchers, by Mathews (Wlnniger); umpires, Formica and Cywood; time, 2 hrs. z Ran for O'Roxirke In 8th. PORTLAND HIGGANUM ABH OA ABH OA Trnskl 2b 3 1 3 2 JBclski 3b 4 3 2 6 Bckmn 3b 3 0 4 2 Plhlla 0 1 0 Carev rf 4 110 Yantsh If 4 0 0 0 Orlffo ss 3 1 1 3 spenrr 10 t ua J Keane If 4 1 1 0 rirnera ci 1 u u u 1 PBronl rf 4 1 1 0 0 Lucan p 3 0 0 4 0 McKtry ss 3 0 3 2 0 PBronl c 3 1 2 2 Bmrck lb 4 1 10 Johnsn c 4 2 5 Lndqst rf 1 0 2 Westctt x 1 1 0 Mrkhm cf 0 0 0 Grabek p 3 0 2 Totals 30 8 27 10 Portland TotalB 32 6 24 14 100 001 20x 4 Hlgglanum 100 000 0001 Runs. Tarnowskl 2. Grlffo, Llndqulst. J. Berchulskl; errors. Grlffo. Johnson, McKlnstry, J. Berchulskl; two base hit, Casey; sacrifice, Pillarella: double play, Johnson to Tarnowskl; left on bases, Portland 8. Higganum 5: bases on balls, Grabek 1, Lucan 2; strikeouts, Grabek 4. Lucan 4: hit by pitcher, by Lucan (Grlffo): umpire. Lynch: time, 2:15. EAST HAMPTON ESSEX ABH O A ABH O A M'Cabe lb 4 4 9 0 Heath 3b 4 1 0 2 Flynn lb 1 0 2 0 James 2b 4 2 0 1 Dnlels If 4 1 0 0 Rlst c 4 2 8 1 H.Bfld 2b 4 1 7 1 Rberts ss 4 0 4 0 Barber c 4 0 3 3 Pierce cf 4 1 0 0 Fergno c 0 0 1 0 Nihil p 3 10 0 P.Bfld 3b 4 2 1 1 Clark If 3 0 5 0 Kzmck rf 3 1 2 0 Plersn rf 4 0 1 1 Joy ss 4 0 2 3 Burd lb 3 16 1 Olcchlo cf 3 2 0 0 Galvin p 0 0 0 0 Ford p 4 10 6 Vlntne If 0 0 0 0 Costl If 10 0 0 Palmr rf 1 1 0 0 Totals 37 13 27 14 East Hampton Essex Totals 33 8 24 6 021 300 OOx 6 000 001 0001 Runs, McCabe. Daniels. P. Bransfleld Joy. Ford. Orlacchlo. Burd: errors. P Bransfleld, Joy. Rlst 2. Roberts 2; stolen bases. Heath. James, Rist. Nihil McCabe 2, Bransfleld, Joy; double ploys: Joy to Bransfleld to McCabe Burd to Rlst; left on bases, East Hamp ton B. Essex ; bases on balls. Ford 1: strikeouts. Ford 4. Nihil 6: hits, off Galvin 2 In 0 Innings (none out In 1st) Ford 6 in 9: hit by pitchers, by Ford (Clark); wild pitch. Nihil; passed balls Rist: wlnlnng pitcher. Ford: losing pitcher, Nihil; umpire, Knowlton; time 2 :00. MOODUS DURHAM AB H O A AB H O A Wang cf 5 0 2 0 Roman cf 5 2 1 0 Waltrs lb 6 0 14 0 Sambo 2b 5 2 0 4 Tevert 3b 5 3 0 5 Burova 3b 4 0 2 3 Pleacan ss 5 1 1 7 Ackmn If 4 0 3 0 5 0 TArrlg rf 3 0 3 0 2 0 Scully -b 4 1 11 1 1 0 Rich ss 3 0 12 2 2 CArrlg lb 1 1 3 0 0 0 WoUe c 2 0 10 0 0 Saltus 3b 4 2 2 2 Margal p 2 1 0 3 Nelktn c 3 0 Larsek If Golet p 3 0 5 1 Heller 2b 5 3 3 0 2 0 Smith rf Mazur rf Totals 42 8 27 15 Totals 41 9 27 15 Moodus 102 031 02110 Durham 000 001 005 6 Runs, Wane, Teverant 4, Plecan 2, Nelkin, Larsek. Golet: errors, Margalet, C. Arrlgonl, Romagelll, T. Arrlgonl. Scully, Plecan, Samoon 2. Burova 4. T. Arrlgonl. Rich, Wolfe. Saltus; two-base hits, Sambor 2, Teverant; three-base hits. Romagelll; stolen bases, Romagelll, Sambor, Wang. Teverant 4; sacrifices. Wang. Nclkln; left on bases. Moodus 10, Durham 10; bases on balls. Saltus 2: strlke-outs, Saltus 1, Marja-lek 1. Golet; hits, off Saltus. 3 In 3 Innings. Marjalek 4 In 4; Burva 1 in 1: wild pitches. Saltus: passed balls. Wolfe: winning pitcher, Saltus; umpire. Haines; time, 3 hrs. CSP Cold Sox Whip ?nrWe Mi lie Nino 0-9 OdUU is millis iMIU, J - Wethersfield. Aug. 1. (Spet'al.) The (CPS) Gold Sox defeated Sadd's Mills Ramblers in a regular Sunday afternoon baseball game here by a score of 9 to 2. Hi Pockets, besides pitching his team to win, registered two for four, one rt slashing two-bagcer against the right field wall. Willie for the Sox was credited with two In four trips to the plate. Gold Sox 210 100 40x 9 8 6 Sadd Mills 000 020 000 5 4 Hi Pockets and Marty; Nicholson and Hastlllo. Hajrg To Run Wednesday In Mile At Cincinnati Cincinnati. Aug. 1. (AP.l Guilder Hagg, swift sailing Swede, will run a mile in competition with Bill Hulse and Gil Dodds August 7 at the Withrow High School stadium here. Frank E. Busse, chairman of the International Track and Field Meet, an event sponsored by the Cincinnati Firefighters Association, announced tonight. A new supply of balls made its presence felt at Bulkeley Stadium yesterday and the Gems clouted the livelier pellet for 22 assorted base knocks and a double conquest of the Brooklyn Royal Giants. Iggy Miller, pitching in Savitt livery for the first time in over a month, coasted to a 9 to 4 win in the opener as his mates gleaned a do7,en bingles including Joe Tripp's homer off Anderson. In the nightcap George Woodend, the club's most consistent winner, spun a neat four-hits shutout for a 6-0 victory. It has been more than a year since a drive has cleared the fence in a Savitt Gem game but two went over in the first contest yesterday. With the Gems ahead, 6-0, Anderson, Brooklyn pitcher, propelled a drjye over the right field fence in the third frame and Tripp smashed one over left to lead off the home fifth. Miller had only one bad frame and then a muffed double messed up double play try caused the trouble that resulted In three runs. The Gems' 10-hits assault In the nightcap included four doubles and they got off the mark fast with two runs in the first. Single counters In the third and fourth and a pair in the fifth completed the scoring while the visitors were checked all the way by Woodend. It was the Royal Giants' second appearance here this season and the Gems have beaten the Negro array in all four contests. (First Game) OEMS BROOKLYN ABH O A ABH O A Fisher rf 5 1 2 0 Collins se 4 0 0 1 B Kpra 2b 4 1 0 4 Pace rf 4 (1 1 0 I'.Kpra 3b 4 2 1 3 Thmas lb 3 014 1 Dghtrs cf 3 4 0 BerKln If 4 3 1 0 0 3 0 Lackey 2b 4 0 1 2 2 5 2 Plmmr 3b 4 1 0 3 18 0 Trmnil c 4 2 3 0 2 4 0 Beaver cf 4 0 3 0 0 0 1 Andrsn p 4 2 1 4 Pganl If Tripp sa Hgrfd lb Ktveck c Miller p Totals 36 12 27 10 Totals 35 8 24 11 Gems 330 020 01 x 9 Brooklyn 001 300 0004 Runs, Thomas. Bergln. Lackey. Anderson, Fisher 2. P. Kapura 2. B, Ka-pura. Daughters. Tripp. Hungerford. Katkaveck; errors. Collins 2. Bergln, Trammell. B. Kapura: runs batted In. Lackey. Plummer. Trammell, Anderson, Daughters 2, Tripp 2. Katkaveck 2, B. Kapura; two base hits, Anderson. Bergln. B. Kapura; home runs, Anderson. Tripp; stolen bases, B. Kapura. P. Kapura. Hungerford. Fisher; sacrifice. Miller; double plays. B. Kapura to Tripp to Hungerford: left on bases, Gems 6. Royal Giants 5: bases on balls. Miller 1. Anderson 1: strlke-outs. Miller 4. Anderson 3: hit by pitchers, by Anderson (B. Kapura); balk, Anderson; umpires, Oreflce and Muldoon; time, 1 :42. (Second Game.) GEM3 BROOKLYN AB H O A AB H O A Fisher rf 3 0 0 Collins 2b 2 0 1 Pace rf 10 1 Andrsn rf 3 1 0 Thmas lb 3 0 0 Bergln If 3 0 0 Lackey ss 3 1 4 Plmmr 3b 3 1 0 Tramml o 1 0 1 Beaver cf 3 0 Rector p 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 BKpra 2b 4 1 PKpra 3b 4 3 Dghtrs lb 3 1 Holly cf 4 0 Paganl If 4 1 Tripp ss 2 1 Ktkvck til Wdend p 2 1 Totals 29 10 21 7 Totals 25 4 18 8 Gems 201 120 x 6 Runs. B. Kapura. P. Kapura, Dnugh-tcrs. Pagfliii. Tripp. Katkaveck; errors. Collins, Thomas. Rector. Tripp: runs hatted tn. Katkaveck 2. Fisher: two base hits. P. Kanura. Paganl, Tripp. Katkaveck. Rector: stolen base. Daughters: sacrifice. Woodend; left on bases. Gems 9. Royal Giants 8: bases on balls. Woodend 4. Rector 3: strikeouts. Wood-end 5. Rector 3: wild pitch. Rector: umoires, Muldoon and Oreflce; time, 1:25.' Slavkins Defeat Aircraft In 10th STANDINGS. W. L. Pet. 3 0 1.000 2 1 .667 1 1 .500 1 2 .333 0 3 .000 Slavkins All-Stars P&W Aircraft Saunders After being shut out for eight and one-third innings, and with the opposition leading, 3 to 0, the Slavkins tied up their game with United Aircraft in the ninth and scored twice again in the tenth to win their third straight victory In the East Hartford Twilight League's second round Sunday. The game was played at East Hartford Playground and the score 5 to 4. A long single by Puzzy Palowskl in the tenth drove in the tying and winning runs. The Slavkins were outhit but four errors throughout the game by the Aircraft made up for the deficiency. Francolini was charged with the loss after he relieved" "Raymond in the tenth. Raymond had held the Slavkins to four hits in the first eight innings of play, then gave way wnen nis arm went sore. SLAVKINS UNIT. AIRCRAFT ABH OA ABH OA Prdise 2b 5 0 1 1 Dmrals 2b 5 1 5 5 Admck rf 4 1 0 0 Bruno 3b 4 2 2 2 Plwskl 3b 4 1 1 Krshw lb 4 1 14 Schrdr cf 4 2 2 Foley If 4 3 0 Frkvch ss 4 0 4 Hunter c 4 0 7 Vhosky p 3 0 1 4 Beatle lb 5 0 7 0 Jacobs ss 5 3 10 0 Frclnl lfp 5 1 2 0 Dougls cf 4 1 1 4 Justin rf 4 1 0 1 Wrzbkt c 3 0 11 3 Ramnd p 4 1 0 Gardnr if 0 0 0 Totals 36 8 3013 Totals 30 10 28 9 Slavkins 000 000 003 25 Aircraft 000 200 100 14 Runs. Bruno 2, Jacobs. Justin, Paradise. Adamlck, Palowskl, Kershaw, Schroder; errors. Jacobs 3. Gardner; runs batted In, Foley 2. Schroder, Palowskl 2. Francolini 3. Raymond; two base hits. Jacobs, Francolini; stolen bases, Jacobs, Schroder: sacrifice, Wlerzbickl: double plays. Demarals to Beattle, Jacobs to Demarals to Benttle. Bruno to Demarals to Seattle: left on bases, Aircraft 7. Slavkins 4; bases on balls. Verhoosky 2, Raymond 1, Franco-lino 1: strikeouts. Verhoosky 7. Raymond 11: hit by pitcher, by Raymond (Verhoosky): wild pitch. Raymond: winning pitcher. Verhoosky: losing pitcher. Francolini; umpires. Schleslng-cr and P. plnchera: time. 2:05. College Views Play Wednesday. 1 Tne College Views will try their Aihand at baseball, after a successful Uoftball seaon. Wednesday nieht at TRocky Ridge Park when they will stack up against the hard hitting Sterling ACS at 6:30 o clock. Manager Laing, of the College Views, urges members of his team to be out for practice tonight and Tuesday at 6:30 o'clock. Service On Carburetors Starters Generators Authorized United Motor t Service, All Makes of Cars lonn. Speedometer Co. (West of Post Office) 89 Hoadlty Ploct 6-3677

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