The Evening Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on August 30, 1957 · 34
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yyv sr f yyyyrTrf 'ST'S''ys" W l'r w y v IT' 0"a" T"' " "" f" 'm "1 v '' v "f y PAGE 34 THE EVENING SUN, BALTIMORE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30. 1957 Auto Racing Owens, Haight Battle To Resume Tht- upe-saw skirmishing for first place in the Hobby Class point utandings continues anew at Wcstport Stadium tomorrow night (8.30 o'clock) whrn Jim Owens attempts to get back in first place in the season's first 35-lap feature. Owens went into last week's races nursing a slim lead, but when the dust settled on the tight fifth-of-a-mile dirt racing strip. Neil Haight was back on top after a week's absence. Haight now tieads the hobby elass standings by 34 points. His grand total is 564, compared to Owens's S30. These two are the only contenders for the championships barring a complete collapse by both. Woolford Leads Blaine Widner, the only other driver to win as many as two feature spins, is 174 points behind Haight with 390. George Dent, fourth, has accumulated 363. while fifth-place George Js'orris has 333. Meanwhile, the Sportsmen-Modified Division is engaged in an even closer duel. Danny Woolford holds only a four-point edge. He has 316 compared to Ace Canupp's 312. The eight-race program tomorrow night will consist of four hobby class qualifying dashes, plus the 35-lapper while the S-M division will have two qualifying heats and the regular 25-lap feature. sjSm 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9? AMERICAN LEAGt'C Yrstrrday'i Results Clmland, 13; ORIOLES, 4. Nw York, I; Chlrajn, 1 (II In nings). Ronton, 6; Detroit, 1. Other rluhs not whtdultd. Today'e Gamra ORIOLE! vs. Boston, Stadium, P.M. Lom (11-6) . Porterfleld (3-4). Waishlnitnn it New York. P.M. Stohhi (S-11) vs tthanti (10-3) or kuchi (-). Dflrolt at Cleveland, t P.M. Hofft (-) . MrMsh (7-J). Chlrasn at Kama City, 10 P.M. Keean (-) Garter (S-U), NATIONAL LEAGl'l Yesterday's Results Oprn Data Today's Games lit. I,oit! at Chlrao, t.J P.M. Mlzell (5-10) or Wehmeler (-) T. Drabnwsky (9-12). New York at Brooklyn. S P.M. Gomez (14-10) Tt. Drytdala (13-7). Pituhurih at Philadelphia, S P.M. Law (10-7) vi. ftanford (14-5). Milwaukee at Cincinnati, t P.M. gpahn (16-i) ti. PodMelan (0-0). TOP HITTERS NATIONAL LEAGUE (Bated On 300 At Bati) Plater, Club Muslal, St. L Mays, Sew York. . Aaron, Milwauk., Groat. Pitts Robinion, rlnn.. Fondy, Pitta Srhoend'nst, Mil. Moryn, Chicago. Thomat, Pitts... Hodges, Brklyn.. a. Ah. R. R. 121 46 75 159 J 2 4X7 M 16.1 122 500 07 182 AS 394 4ft 127 122 4)S 81 159 4 35X 41 11.1 122 528 72 lfifi 119 454 65 13S 123 46 61 147 123 477 74 144 PC. .340 .335 .324 .322 .319 .316 .315 .304 .302 .302 AMERICAN LEAGUE Player, Club G. Ab. R. H. P C. Williams, Boston IIS 31 87 149 .379 Mantle, N. Y. .. 127 429 111 160 .373 Woodlinr, (ley. Ill 347 61 117 .337 Foi, Chicago... 127 500 94 161 .322 Royd. Hallo 119 411 61 128 .312 Skowrnn, N Y... 112 414 52 127 .307 Mlnoso, Chicago 123 462 82 140 .303 McDnugald, N.Y. 118 45S 79 138 .303 Dohy. Chicago.. 103 369 54 111 .301 Klihek, N.Y 100 325 41 97 .298 AMERICAN LEAGUE Wins Horizontal Losses Vertical New York.... Chicago Boston ....... Detroit Cleveland .... ORIOLES .... Kansas City.. Washington Lost 45 51 59 64 68 65 1 78 I 78 .644 .595 .532 .498 .484 .480 .388 .381 4 19 704 21 33 33H NATIONAL LEAGUE Wins Horiiontal ' 4 J 4 J 4 , Losses VtrtlcaJ SSj22 S"S Milwaukee ... 11 9 H It U 15 77 48 JlS !T7" Rrooklyn .... 11 12 S S IS 11 71 M .559 1 St. Louis S I 11 II 7 14 70 5 jm 714 Cincinnati .. 2 S S 15 It 11 12 64 62 .508 1.114 Philadelphia .9 I t 5 11 14 I 11 II .500 14' New York.... S T 10 10 1 S 62 68 .477 17U Chicago 7 4 f 5 T 11 49 74 .398 27 Pittsburgh ... S U S S 7 7 1 48 77 .384 29 Lost I 48 I 56 I 56 I 62 I 63 I 68 I 74 I 77 I 1 I MAJOR LEADERS AMERICAN LEAGUE Runs Ratted In Mantle. New York, and S levers, Washington, 89; Mlnoso, Chicago, and Skowron, New York, 84; Jensen, Boston, (3. Doubles Gardner, Baltimore, and Mlnso, Chicago, 29; Williams and Malzona, Boston, and Mantle, New York, 26. Triplet MrDougald, New York, 1; Boyd, Baltimore, S; Bauer and Simpson, New York-, 7 J Nteman, Baltimore, and Aparlclo, Chicago, (. Horn Runs Williams, Ronton; Mantle, New Y'ork, and Slevers, Washington, 33; Colavlto, Cleveland, 23; Hertz, Cleveland, and Maxwell, Detroit, 21. Stolen Bases Aparlclo, Chicago, 23; Mantle, New York, 16; Pllarclk, Baltimore, and Mlnoso and Rivera, Chicago, 13. Pitching (based on 12 decisions) Donovan, Cnlrago, 15-4, ,789; Shantx, New York, 10-3, .769; Grim, New York, 11-4. .733; Narleski, Cleveland, 9-4, .692; Bunning, Detroit, 15-7, .682. NATIONAL LEAGUE ! Runs Batted In Aaron. Mllwan kee, 105; Muslal, St. Louis, 97; Mays, New York, 86; Hodges, Brooklyn, 83; Banki, Chicago, and Crowe, Cincinnati, SO. Doubles Muslal, ' St. Louis, 32; Hoak, Cincinnati and Spencer, New York, 31; Bourhee, Philadelphia, 30; moryn, tnirago, ecnoencUenst, Milwaukee, and Thomas. Ptttsbuath. 27 Triples Mays, New York, 18; Bru-ton, Milwaukee, 9; Vlrdon, Pittsburgh, 8; seven players tied with 7. Home Runt Aaron, Milwaukee, 37; Snider, Brooklyn, 34; Banks, Chicago, 30; Muslal, St. Louil, . 29; Crowe, Cincinnati, and Mayt, New York, 28. Stolen Bases Mays, New York, 32; Gilliam, Brooklyn, 23; Blasingame, St. Louis, 17; Temple, Cincinnati, 16; Fernandez, Philadelphia. 15. Pitching (Based on 12 Decisions) Sanford, Philadelphia. 16-5. .762: Buhl, Milwaukee, 16-6, .727; Spahn, Milwaukee, js-k, ana Huraette, Milwaukee, 14-7, .667; Drysdale, Brooklyn, and Jackson, St. Louis, 13-7, .650. Negro Nines Tangle At Westport The Indianapolis Clowns and New York Black Yankees return to Westport Stadium tonight (8 o'clock) for a baseball game. The two clubs played a twin bill here last month. The Clowns, for 28 years a top Negro attraction on the road, will offer some fine young players in Mike Franks, the no-hit pitcher, who is slated to hurl; Second Baseman George Smith and Third Baseman Mitchell Bell, The Clowns also will present one of the most hilarious shows in baseball. Four of the best known funnymen in the game Natureboy Williams, King Tut. Spec Bebop and Clown Ed Hamman will combine talents. Yankee hurlers Include John Fisher, Floyd Humphries, Ray Holmes and Don Porter. The last is slated for tonight's assignment. Williams, who plays a big part in the fun show, will be at first base for the Clowns. Be sides Natureboy. Smith nd Bell, their lrJeld Includes Shortstop Walt Lundy, while the veteran Verdes Drake, Jim Portier and Bill McDanieis are the outfielders. Clarence Cole man is the catcher. H'l Tlmanlum Tlmi' In Maryland Today Fair & Racing Past Tlm-li30 P.M. Dally Double CIoii-1iJ0 P.M. atura Rasa Ma. 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