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'Pcviade By BRAVEN DYER The Jersey Joe "Walcott I know doesn't belong in the same ring with the Joe Louis I used to know. Yet Wednesday night in New York they clash again for the world's heavyweight boxing championship and there are plenty of shrewd critics who expect Jersey Joe to emerge as the new title-holder. The only time I ever saw "Walcott fight was against Joey Maxim out there near Fred Beck's (open until 8 p.m.) beanery. Both looked like a couple of chumps. Smart boxing men said it was Maxim who made Walcott look so bad. Could be. QUITE A SURPRISE I laughed when they matched Jersey Joe with Louis the first time. It looked like murder. Yet Walcott stayed the full route and in "the minds of many competent observers was entitled to the decision. The movies of that fight indicate that Louis was badly befuddled. Walcott. the nasty man, wouldn't stand still so Joe could clout him. He kept moving this way and that. The champion looked very foolish, Indeed, and for the first time in his long career lost caste. He was -no longer the superman he had been styled. Joe brushed it off by saying It was jest one of those things." I'm inclined to believe him. That's why I'm stringing with the champion to take care of the challenger Wednesday night. PREVIOUS PATTERN1 There's a pattern which Louis has followed before, you know. In all his fighting only seven foes have been able to leave the ring under their own power after meeting Joe. Natie Brown stayed 10 rounds "with Joe when Louis was just getting started in 1935. When they met again two years later Joe chilled Natie Boy in the fourth heat. Everybody knows how beetle-browed Moxie Schmel-Ing knocked out Joe before Joe became champion. And ever--body knows, too. what Louis did to Herr Schmeling when the rematch rolled .around. Less than one stanza, that's what it was. PULLED THE SWITCH Bob Pastor stayed 10 rounds before Louis became champion. The retake ended with lights out for Broadway Bob in the 11th. In 1940 Arturo Godoy gained considerable international notoriety by lasting 15 heats. That was in February. Four months later Arturo tried to do it again. The end came in the eighth. Buddy Baer accomplished an exceptional feat in lMl when he belted the Brown Bomber from the ring, but was disqualified in the seventh round. When they came together again Louis put Buddy to bed in the opening chukker. Billy Conn had Louis ticketed for defeat in their first engagement, but suddenly decided to quit boxing and slug it out with the champion. That was all. brother; in the 13th. The rematch went eight rounds. ROUGH GOING So there you have it . . . there isn't a man living who iEC ORD CC PARTII 9 CROWD Stars Pin Twin Loss on Solons BY Alt WO LP Hollywood double - dunked Sacramento, 9-0 and 5-4, before 7671 Gilmore Fielders yesterday and when the Solons came to, they found themselves in the Pacific Coast League cellar, Making it six out of seven for the series didn't get the Stars out of sixth place, by a long shot, but moved 'em within 12 lengths of the pace-setting San Francisco Seals, which is the nearest they've been since May 21. Rugger Ardizoia's five -hit pitching gave the Hollywoodians their third whitewash win $f the season in the opener. Only four men progressed beyond first base as he scattered the scanty blows, all singles, and issued just three parses. In notching his seventh victory and his second shutout, Ardizoia went the route for the first time since May 16. Ruell Homers Rex Cecil, Lou Tost and Manny Salvo, meanwhile, were maced for 11 hits, including a two-run homer by Rip Russell. Cecil called it quits after five turns with the score 5-0 and wa?sadd!ed with his sixth set-1 back. Pinky Woods got a 1-0 jump on Steve Xagy in the first inning of the nightcap, hut the Sacs pecked away for single runs in the second, third and fourth and Brother Xagy's first Sacramento start seemed well on the wav to becoming a winning one until he ran out of support. Shortstop Len Ratto's error opened the way for two unearned Hollywood runs in the fifth, and Catcher Nick Pesut's miscue subsequently cave the locals two more gift tallies in the sixth. Tight Squeeze Sacramento came within a whisker of tying it up and then some in the seventh, having bases full before anybody was out and still loaded with one run in and one away, only to le killed by a photo-finish double play. ! Hooks lott. who had taken over the Twink twirling in the fifth, walked Len Ratto and Frankie Hawkins to start the seventh. Bill Butland rushed in, only to pass Joe Grace. Joe Marty forced Ratto at the plate. When Butland threw two wide ones to AI White. Joe Krakaus-l kas replaced him. Jim Tabor! V : . ; . : -- T$M$ , I . MB Milt i ii i! a 4f7.' trv 7 " , X 1 -W , -4 MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1943 Feller, Lemon Twirl Victories Over Macks by 4-3, 10-0 Counts CLEVELAND, June 20 () Cleveland's league-leading Indians swept a double-header from the Philadelphia Athletics today before an all-time major league record crowd of 82,781. GANG'S ALL HERE Almost everyone in Cleveland turned out yesterday to watch league-leading Indians whip Athletics twice. Here's view of the S2,781 fans, big- U! Wirephoto gest crowd in major league history, who swarmed into stadium. Vacant section in bleachers on left is Cleveland custom to protect batters' eyes from glare of white shirts. College Netfers jKiner Homers Tvice Open Fire Todayl05 Pirates, Phils Split ' PHILADELPHIA, June 20 CP) I the hitting of Eddie Miller, who BY BIOX ABBOTT J Ralph Kiner hit his ISth and! drove in hve runs, featured the One of the best-balanced fields 1 r)n nme, ruJ?s pf the s?ason ! ftl'st Rame' n hfctnrv starts firing at thP lo,,1 as ule l ls"UI8n 1'iraie: Ftr, earner favorites thfs morning when the ' " l,hf nightcap 7-5 after the f hj opening rounds of the 64th An-i Jh Uhes had taken in. , o o o g a , nual National Intercollegiate ' . , f'Pner. .u ine tour nit , nk,,.in,3b i i o o h an 2 o p pitching of Dutch Leonard and Tennis Championships get under way at 9 a m. on UCLA's battery of courts. in Westwond. With 53 matches scheduled today, challengers for singles and doubles titles will be slimmed to 32 by nightfall, and it's likely that several seeded stars will not be among those present. Seivas Tops List Vic Seixas of North Carolina has drawn top seeding in singles and Herb Flam and Gene Garrett of UCLA lead the list in doubles, not onlv because thev were in last vcar's finals but!lincr Midlothian'.' also as a result of their continued proficieYicy during the pas, 12 months. Neither the singles winner. Gardner Larned of William and Mary, nor the doubles titlists. Sam Match and Bobbv Curtis of Rice, will defend their crowns at Locke Wins Links Crown by 16 Strokes CHICAGO, June 20 In one of golf's greatest one-man shows, methodical Robhv Locke hammered a final round " to-! day for a 72-hole total of 2flfi IS K'.n-T." 4 -;,k..rf 3 S-fl't' l! 2 W..I 1!, 1 M .ir'Hiie!) 2h 2 Fi-z;-ra;d,c 1 R:l.lpf 2 p 1 Miin p 1 K Vijikor 1 Qnnp 0 TH 29 4 24 8 Torl! 41 15 27 10 (Jrounde.i out for fsin in ftrh. SCOKE BY INXINHit Puttbuch oonofinno 0 0 5 : t.nn iiuin. Oi Katr.RT ti Mill r 1. 2t KanU. H. A-.'i i'hila irhii. l': rin:j(iinn. 4 t U i-ni . . n it.. l -i imcc mils in me mil. game De-fore the Indians put him ahead with a four-run spree in the seventh. Eddie Joost homered to open the game and the A's picked up another tally in the third on a walk to Joost and singles by Coleman and Ferris Fain. Sam Chapman belted a round-tripper in the fifth to make it 3 to 0. Coleman Chased Joe Coleman held the Indians to two singles in the first six innings but the Tribe drove him from the mound in the seventh with their winning rally. The runs were produced on singles by Hank Edwards, Joe Gordon, Hal Peck, Dale Mitchell and Larry Doby, a walk to Ken Keltner and an error by Joost. First sump: i-niiaa phi. AB H O A Cleveland AIHOA 'ivk!. 3 12 7 Mitchell. If 4 12 0 B.Col man rf 4110 Pohy.cf 4230 ' Robinson mav maKe theifam.ih 4 113 0 :.ianKrf 4120 S 4 n (I 1 fi a Q M-oirr'nt ' MM Mjiwnoe fiweita .I7"" ? i " i Kennecly.rf OOOO ------- - - ..wi&1j., .-aiu i"u"'-i uirngvin-i iB ii u li u (ionirrn 2h 2150 "Hire IT 3 o z o Keliner.3h 2 0 2 2 Riar.r 4 13 1 nnlinon.lb 3 O S 0 4 1 i.a;l'0.3b 1 .i.rf 0 OlO Km 0 4 l Ml!i-r -s 0 4 t lienor. 2) 1 3 0 1 kpmn.c 0 0 3 Leonardo 0 3 0 1 4 0 n n l 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 2 1 3 2 0 1 0 9 0 0 Docusen, Sugar Finally Tangle CHICAGO, June 20 OP) Sugar Ray Robinson's manager said today the welter champion might t.jbe injured in the ring against pj Challenger Bernard Docusen tool morrow nisht if he reduces to 2; the 117-pound limit a- second time for the postponed title bout. The 15-round fight, originally scheduled at Comiskey Tark last Thursday night, was postponed because of rain. Bob Lemon turned in a brilliant four-hit shutout as the Indians won the nightcap, 10 to 0. Bob Feller notched his first triumph since May 19 in the opener by a 4-to-3 count. A's Drop to Third The double defeat dropped the Athletics into third place and moved the New York Yankees, who won a double-header from the St. Louis Browns, into the runner-up spot. The Indians now lead the Yankees by three and one-half games. The shutout w-as Lemon's fourth of the season and his 10th victory against five defeats. The converted infielder held the A's hitless until the sixth inning, when Ray Coleman smashed a ground bail that First Ha spm 3 n P! r! rt i o Pnhincnn 1...l.,l A u... ti.,., I F'1"?1 on: iwiui-jycu uuwii uui CUU1UI1 I maKe New York AB H O A St. Laui a piay on. i'miadelphia collected 'Ri"'" its other singles in the sixth and mtu ninth niMamno.tf lierra.c Feller spotted the Athletics !.'"'h.7ic.t j 'juinn. i n l"hn-f-.n.3n Stirn !-,2tJ Yankees Nab Pair to Gain Second Place ST. LOUIS, June 20 OP) Three mighty home runs by Joe DiMaggio, including one with two men on base, gave the New York Yankees a double victory over the St. Louis Browns today 4 to 2 and 6 to 2. The twin killing put the Yanks into second place in the American League race as the Philadelphia Athletics were dropping two contests to the top-running Cleveland Indians. KM! O SW11 Millr. f;f-,.rl -Ki i l-,.'!! u ;,- .'-''"idown from 150 pounds for a time in five davs and e'l. 2 S' Leona-M. 7: SUwII. iivnnrl i.n r,u.: Mam. 7 m 51; uuern. i m l. low. anvuime can nanDen to mm in and a AB If O A Philad phia AB H O A 4 10 6 .V-tihnrn..-f 5 3 4 0 n-jr winning margin of 16 strokes . v nvpr Ftlswnrth Vinoc Kiiiin-.3h . 4 2 13 H lr.lf ! O iwa r 0 0 0 0 l(a.3b 4 2 1 o r ni- :f Locke., with deadly chipping1?,? and putting, strung ka?,Tfinr-hh- 5hhte; Kra"hvestwood. Larned transferred hf"V- k" CLl !2o, pass; to Rollins Colleee of Florida and ing the hatter and that forced one run across. Dee Moore then i Match to the University of San Francisco last fall, thus losing u.Mi.i, ldi --fhAir Vr. olirrihilitv rnhhml"' tiidiifs xidins as a partner w Fonl Tip San Diego and Hollywood com mence a spven-eame series at G;l- rrsor Field tomorro.v nivrht. with Al Jurisich and Pete Gehrian the opposioc pitchers ... Second Sacker Alex Kampouris of the Sacs was ejected from vesterdav s open er and Manager Joe Orenaro from t n e finale . . . Marv Gris.om. who threw that one-hifter at the Stars Saturdav night, settled the controversy vesterdav bv declar- VdH L'umt niui wine aim jo , r. ,, , - , -I sunived my second fight ffien f e Louis." They sur- H ""o with Joe vived, all right, hut they were dead, pugilistically. Just how devastating Joe becomes in these encores is best indicated by pointing out that in their second try these chaps averaged but five rounds per man against the champion. Of course, the point is this has Louis slipped so badly that he cannot lick a fighter of Walcott's dubious ability? I doubt it, and prefer to think that the champion just didn't bother to get ready for the aged gentleman who was listed as such a long shot that virtually nobody cared to bet on him. SILLY IDEA It isn't so long ago that we were talking about what would have happened if a fight between Louis and Jack Dempsey could have been arranged. Can j ou rjcture anybody arguing about the outcome of a f.sht between Dempsey and Walcott? Not without laughing. I can't. History shows that opportunity knocks but once for Joe's foes. The second time Joe knocks "em kicking. Baseball's Big Six BY THK ASSOCIATED PRESS iThree Leaders in tied Leatuer BATTING P!av-r rd e'.r.s O AB R H W:U;an. R'd Sox 51 17 55 fll V isui. Ctdi-, . 5 2'.T h t'y l-.tidreu. Indian 52 1 3 72 K-'lxe. Braie.s .. 47 17 34 A-r.EMirn. vn::.ifi . 34 .-i s scored. The series drew .Jo.fi"i.1 paid admissions . . A "comedians' clique" populated one hox-seat section vesterdav . . . Among those present were Groucho ar-d Harpo Marx. George Burn. Bill Frawlev and Eddie Cantor ... In answer to an oft-popped question. Hollywood has not been shut out all season. Saeranaat A 8 H O A Hatlre4 Kairo'r l.2b 4 0 12 i t . 4 3 13 IV.-ir.r-f O 3 A Z--ni: -f 0 2 0 K-'!-..- :t 1 o o H i.-;l.l 111 1 nc 2-" 0 0 4 f!n-i5 3ri O 4 O kit c O n O Ari.K:i B .- :ra,- .f 3 I M.nrr - I Vr if 2 I'ah ;.-n 1) 4 f-nriiii- 3a 3 hi-cf 3 I .-! p 1 !. i' 3 T-l nr( 1 Tr p 0 :op 1 w if. ma 2b 0 2 O ft o a n n n o n o ooo AB II fl A 5 3 13 2 3" 2 1 0 4 2 11 1 3 2 1 1 2 1 1 try to keep the doubles crown lor Rice. Kovalekl Plays And though William and Mary will send four men into action today, it's doubtful that the Indians can retain their team championship. Heading the delegation of defenders is Fred Ko-valeski, who gained the semifinals last year before losing in time Kovaleski bagged the Xa-! McNeill, Gonzales tional Tubiic Parks singles.1 a kl a. Muvance ar ners top ether , ''''-" 5 o l o -MHIt.w 6o-65-T0-66 for his total of ! ,1"'"h-?h 5 I 2 j.-rii . ' FiuGeiaid.c 3 13 0 rhiin.2b The ictory tournaments pre- p 3 i o orats-nr MOP 0 0 1 Iuni n 0 2 0 Biarnik h i aa!iero such a weakened condition. Xoon Weigh In Robinson, whose whereabouts yesterday was a mvsterv. was T1l 3S It 27 15 T.na' a Sir-ttcj f..r Ha'ti".-r in .'(i. h ikl Ut H.-ii-r in 'h. c T:ipl"J fT iut.l in R-h. o 1 n 2 9 1 2 3 4; n ! W scheduled to appear on the Uli- 0 I ,;nois Athletic Commission scales g p Monday noon to see if he is a o o ii legitimate welterweight for his title defense against Docusen, 21-year-old Xew Orleans swiftie. It was reported Robinson was 3a 10 27 13 1 seen in Xew York Saturday morning in the vicinity of his tavern there. He could not be reached by telephone here, but 10 1 10 0 o o o o o ii 0 0 0 last vear. It was the second low est 72-ho!e winning aggregate of the year. Locke's S20W first place swag boosted his earnings for the sea son to SI 5.2 IS. He jumped into I til ,,,!B BV ,SN'J!,: ...... , ... . ; IT', hutch 0 312 0 0010 luun iitiiv ui int- iiii.mi.icu jii, : i-niik'i'-inis o o o u o o o a.Gainforn intod the rharnn mn i w.w, 2t t,u: . ,1 T 1 1 If . - 1 .1 ' f u. ) - II.., O - in. i ! l , ,. i3, l.rsg. 1; '.'in 1. Kiv-k. 1: RwPil. 2 leaning nogan. who nas Sl7,.)!i7. i 2. A-himm. 1. 3i sumtk. hh ri.. .1.- e.,w,x . . .Kiwr. 2. Sll -K .'-k . Eim-.s. IH'Raas . viiiv nit; j.uw wumeu m ins biw to si:t. sn nk. Ahh'irn. um ':" j l-hilmlf Iplia. Pi'tihnriih, 9. UK rnnnily earning.-. 2: r,M-fi 2-. nitui 1. hhpt. i: QePn. 1 , , T , ... , ... so Own. 1: Hmwr. 1 Hi'i Orrec. 7 in Rut LOCke picked Up an addl- . 5, imm: Hx-. l in : Kinlm. 2 in 1; tional S1200 for his part in help- iS'T'2",:',; T'm S:,nB:onm"i. ing win the pro-amateur tml!r'G!'"- u' title. He was paired with Chi caco's George Dawson who posted ."01. The combined total was 576. crown. Only last Saturday Flam scored a surprisingly easy 6-2, P-3 victory over Seixas when the Bruins battled the Tarheels Riley, Dade Mix Tonight CHICAGO, June 20 f.-F) Charley Riley, former St. Louis AXGK. N.J.. June 20 (VP) ;('0'fIon filover and ranking con-McXei?l of xVw York swept i tender for Willie Tep's feather- " . i i : . i : 1 1 . : ' OR, Don into the quarter-final round of the Xew Jersev State Men's was in Chicago and had a "pri vate" workout. uamiora s tear over a possioie i-hiia-ieipw -n.ir.n 3 o- z I H.-tan.e 2 0 7 1 a-Frank 1 0 0 0 r-tvk 1 i 0 0 .t.Olpiiiaa.p 3 0 0 1 Tipinn.o 0 0 0 1 Uarris.p 0 0 0 0 Feiier.p 3 0 0 2 Totals 32 7 24 11 Totals 2sT T 21 10 a OroundPd nur for Slider in 9to. h Itan for Maicski in 9'h. c Stnsled for Hfsan in 7fh. SCORE BT 1XNIXGS rhi!arlc!phi 1 0 1 0 1 00 0 0 3 Cln'land 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 I 1 E Joost. KRI Joost. Fain. Chapman Pk, 2: lVihv. RR Joost. Chapman. SH White. f'P '. Coleman to Joost to Fain. LOB Philadelphia, 5; t'lereland, 5. BB . Coleman 3-d iphia. 5: rieieland, 5. BB J. Colenian 3' Feller. S. Hits J. Coleman, 7 in 6j innings Harris. 0 in lis,. Loser 1. Coleman. Second nam: Philadelphia AB H O A Cleveland AB H O A Oil Mitrhell.ef 4130 H 1 3 Ho.by.rT 4 2 2 0 1 1 1 Houdteau.sji 2 1 Oil FVrardino.ss 1 1 0 2 1 Kdnards.rf 2 2 0 0 0 7 0 I'ck.rf 3 2 2 0 14 2 Oorikn.2l. 5 2 0 1 0 10 Kel'ner.3r 4 0 2 2 13 1 Hnhmson.lb 4 2 s o 0 12 Hecan.r 4 0 10 0 (' 1 1 Liemon.p 3 2 0 0 0 1 .1 i0T SS 1 Ilemars.ss 2 It. Coleman. rf 4 ihapman.cf 4 Fain.lri 1 Tnrk.l. 2 Ma eski 2b 4 Wi.irejr 4 Franks. e 3 liter S-J 2 1 Marchildon.p 2 Totals 30 AB H O A 4 0 3 4 liilliniter 3b 3 111 4 110 Zariila.rf 4 12 0 4 12 0 Prlddv.2b 3 0 4 4 4 2 S 0 Plau.lf .4 2 2 0 4 14 0 Lehner.cf 3 0 2 1 0 0 10 l'artee.e 3 12 0 4 17 1 a Fannin 0 0 0 0 4 112 Mi.e 1110 10 14 reliarrini.s5 2 0 1 2 2 110 h-Hinks 10 0 0 Iente.ss 10 11 Stevns.lb 4 2 10 3, Sanfoni b 2 0 0 2 . e-Scliiiliz 10 0 0 Widn-ar.D 0 0 10 U-Anderson 110 0 Totals 31 8 27 11 TouU 35 9 27 14 a Ban for Partes in 7th. b Hit into force. p!av for Pellakrini in 7th. c Fiied out for Sanford in 7th. d Singled for Widmar in 9th. SCOBB Br UWIXGS New Tnrk 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 4 St. Louis 00000010 1 2 E T-latt. nWassto BBI T.indell, DiMag- Bio. 2; McQuinn. Srhultz. Anderson 2H Lindell, Jonnson. Rawhi. HR I)i.raggm. SH Itaw-hi. 2: stirnweiss. DP Dillinger to Prldrj ,..Stel,'ns: 'ifnueiss to Riasuto to McQuinn. I.OB New York. 7: St. Louis. S. BB Sanford. 3: Wi dinar. 1; Rascht. 2. SO Sanford 1- R.ischi. 4 Hits Sanford. 7 in 7 innings; VNidmar. 1 in 2. Loser Sanford. Second game : New York AB H O A St. Lauit AB H O A ItiE7.iito.ss 5 1 3 10 Pil!in?er.3b 4 0 0 0 Henriih rf 4 2 10 Zarilia.rf 4 2 8 0 Lindel). If 3 0 10 Priddv.2b 3 0 S 2 KiMasgio.cf 5 2 10 Piatt, If 3 15 0 Herra.c 4 12 2 Lehner.ef 3 2 2 0 lyillar.e 1 0 0 0 Moss.e 3 0 2 0 MHJuinn lb 4 2 14 1 Pente.ss 2 0 15 Johnson 3h 4 110 Sterens.lh 2 15 0 Sfirnw'ss 2b 4 14 5 Stephens.p 2 0 0 0 Lflibree.p 4 0 0 0 a-Sihulta 10 0 0 Biscau.p 0 4) 0 1 Totals 3S 10 27 IS Totals 27 6 27 i a Grounded out for Stephens in Sth. SCORE BY INNINGS New To-k 00100101 3 St. Louis 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 K Denfe. Bena, Tlillincer. TtBl frenrich, Piilincer. McQuinn. Plait. DiMimio 4... -3R S'imieis.s. Henrith. Sfpvens. McQuinn Xarilla HHlii.Ma3iio. 2. Sfl ZarUla. - SH Uevi. Ilcnripli. II Siirnweiss to IttTiitA o Ur. tjuinn. 2: liir.ziuo to Stirnweiss to McQuinn. LOB New York 10: St. Loui. 4 RK tm. tree. 5; Stephens. 3; Bisran. 1. SO Emhree, 2: Biscan, 1. Hits J'.phens, 7 n 8 inning?; l-man, 3 in 1. P Biscan. Loser Stephens. Attendance 10.-S25. Baseball Standings Pet. .608 .58 3 V554 4 .543 5 .539 514 .45fi 13 .364 19 .355 19 si to Robinson mav have m a lest match, and if the L clan I Tcnni, championships tod bv ace can maintain his high tempo ,cori h 1 victop, of play, the singles sihjrware Rk.narrt (Pancho) Gonzaes of cou d easily remain in the bouth. os Ancps, pm,ed 5ecpn(, hfi. , .u tur r, nind McXeill. whipped William .But there are others ; to con-, A in of lap!eJ01odi fi.2 c.n sifler. too. such as Washington s,. ' ' nt J Jimmy Brink, who gae Jack,Tabpr of East 0ran fi 0 7.5 o! Turn to Pace 10. Column 5 He is one round behind McXeill. weight title, will meet Chicago's Harold Dade, former world bantamweight champion, in a 10-rounder at Marigold Garden Monday night. The bout will compete with the scheduled welterweight scrap between Champion Sugar Ray Robinson and Bernard Docusen at Comiskey Tark the same evening. Ta 30 5 24 in Ta!i 3i 14 27 14 B Fouled eeit fur Ce, tl in A'h. j FORE BT INMNfis ivaen'i O O O O O 0 O O 0 0 Belirec-1 03011400 I S ri'cher IP AR R H KR BB JOi f-r.l 4 23 5 i 4 1 2 T w , 4 4 4 0 0 n 2', 9 n 2 o a i A-n!iS! , 30 O 5 0 2 2 f Ra". fiTt. nmi:i - HI' re;ini hn 'fe.il. L"K Si. -amr,-.. h ; Ho!:m-i. 5 2ft j hr.n .'tnui 2. HR Ri-e'l SH Atiai.-iaf S ri Bi'i.1 HR1 K n t i 3: Hirt-t ;-! 'Ml. 2: R'.isetr. 2 ! to S-ilicr to . It-tsn, snnr lo Riwril. Iser t j Sw.nil Saeraeet AB H O A Hlloo AR R n A 2 4 0 5 1 .it . 3 12 2 3 . 2 O s,i ,-.! M 3 11" 3 3 : 12 -n :,'f 4 2 0 n :. ' 3 13" K;ir. f 3 1 rt O' H!--T'f 3 0 0 f Ka..i h 3 1 7 ti -.! rf 2 1 2 O S r,OI--2 3 12 2 TV-s' e 3 1 1 o K..-. 31 3 1 rt 0 .!!:' en tb 2 1 4 O katin 2 0 9 0 iii a 2 1 O 1 ,!. 1 o fl 2 il lln.ini OOOO l-l'l 1 O 0 e s, "s. , a srm JLs - v f"K T . ! 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V -:,..-- S'fr'- ' 'I J in fe-.it. Ze-nta". Skur-m. 2 Tatvr. PP .-inni-1q i,-i to R --:: w "' lott. looer 15 agj. ::ea.ia& 7671. Times photo by Art Rogers HEAVY TRAFFIC Pitcher Rugger Ardizoia, followed by Jim Delsing, parade to plate in sixth inning on Gus Zernial's double. Spectators are Nick Pesut, Sacs catcher, who didn't get the ball in time even to make play on Delsing, and Gordon Ford, plats umpire. injury oeen tor me Denetit ot tne 11 1- in nois boxing authorities, who refused the champion's demand tor a waiver of a second weigh-in. Last Thursday noon, Robinson had to strip down to nakedness to make the 117 poundage on the head. Fancy Boxer It also may have been intended to lull Docusen into overconfi-dence. A fancy boxer, with only two setbacks in oO professional fights, Docusen never has fought anybody close to Robinson in punching ability. Robinson, eying a possible bout with new Middleweight Champion Tony Zale, has been beaten only once in 8S bouts and won 58 by knockouts. 4 14 Totals 36 15 27 SCORE Br INNINGS 00000000 0- 2140000 3 I lo Today in Sports PRO BOXING Ocean Park Arena. 8:30 p.m. AMATEUR BOXING South Ciate.Arena. 8:30 D m : Southwest Arena. 8:30 p m. WRESTLING Hollywood Lesion Stadium, 8:30 D m : Pasadena Arena. 8:30 D.m ; Pico Palace. 8:30 p.m. ROADSTER RACING Oilmore Stadium.' qualifying at 7 p.m.. first race a". 8:30 D.m. TENNIS NCAA championships. UCLA, all day starting 9 a.m. i Oevelarui RBI rnby. Kiiwanls. Lemon, Gordon. 2: Rob Berarrtino. 2: Mitihell. 2 2R Floor. l.emon. Herardino. hk Lemon. IP R. Cole man to York; Demars to Voik; TVemars to Webb to k i.iir rmianeipnia. 6: Llewlanrt. S ItB .Marrhlhlon, fi: Lemon. 2. SO MarehiMon 1 ; Lemon. 10. HP Fain by Lemon. Attend- ani-e -.isi tpaui Kramer Victor Over Riggs FOREST HILLS. N.Y., June 20 (U.R) Jack Kramer battered Bobby Riggs down to size in an hour-long first set and then kept the pressure going full blast the rest of the way to win the national professional tennis championship today, 14-12, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3. Riggs blew a 5-3 lead in that all-telling opening set, and after that he was licked, showing obvious fatigue even though he did manage to rally to win the third set. Kramer also was crowned dou bles champion when he and Francisco (Pancho) Segura of Ecuador rallied to take three straight sets and win 4-6, 5-7, 6-2, 7-5, 8-6, over Riggs and Budge the defending champs. w L Pet. 34 22 .607 32 23 .582 I", 30 25 .545 3 'a 29 26 .527 4'j 27 30 .474 7 23 29 .442 9 24 34 .414 11 23 33 .411 11 Don't Fumble the Ball Order now for the Los Angeles Times annual football game, Washington REDSKIN'S vs. Ixs Angeles RAMS at the Coliseum, Thursday night, Sept. 2. Fill out and mail with check or money order to: Times Football Game, Los Angeles Times Building, 202 V 1st St., Los Angeles 53, Cal. Enclosed is check for S for reserved seats at $3.60 each, including tax. Name . . , Address City , I prefer seats high or low Flease make check payable and mail to The Times Football Game, Room 200, Times Building, 202 W 1st St., Los Angeles 53, Cal. IMPORTANT Enclose self-addressed and stamped envelope for return of tickets. PACIFIC COAST LEAGCE w I, San Francisco ... 4a 31 0 1 ! I.OS ANGELES 46 35 0 01 Oakland 48 37 San Dieeo 44 37 . Seattle 41 35 HOLLYWOOD 3 43 Portland 28 49 Sacramento 27 49 Games behind leader. Yesterday's Results HOLLY'WOOD. 9-S; Sacramento. 0-4. Seattle. 8-5: San Francisco. 3-4. Oakland. 4-5: San Diego, 3-4 (first gam 12 lnnina-st 0 LOS ANGELES at Portland, oostnoned. ram. How Series Ended HOLLYWOOD, fi: Sacramento. 1. Portland. 3: LOS ANGELES, 1, San Francisco. 4: Seattle, 3. Oakland. 5, San Diego. 2. Games Today No games scheduled. Gaines Tomorrow Night San Dieeo at HOLLYWOOD. LOS ANGELES at Seattle. Portland at Sacramento. Oakland at San Francisco. , NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston Pittsburch St. Lams New York Philadelphia Brooklyn Cincinnati Chicago Uames behind leader. Yesterday's Results Boston. 5-4: Cincinnati. 4-1. Philadelphia. 9-5: Pittsburgh. 0-7. St Louis. 7-4: New York. 2-6. Chicago. 6: Brooklyn. 3. Games TonUht Pittsburgh (Lombard!, 3-4 at Brooklya (Branca, 7-51. s St. Louis tBrazle, 3-3) at Boston (Spahn, Cincinnati (Fox. 3-3 at Philadelphia (Simmons. 4-51. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGl'E W. I.. Cleveland 34 18 New Yortt 32 23 Philadelphia 33 25 Boston 27 26 Detroit 28 28 Washington 25 32 St. Louis ...21 32 Chicago 17 33 Games behind leader. Y'esterday's Results Cleveland. 4-10: Philadelphia. 3-0. New York, 4-S: St Louis. 2-2. Chicago, 8-1: Washington. 5-4. Boston, 8; Detroit. 3. Games Today New York (Reynolds. 7-3) at Cleveland iBesrden. 6-1 1. night. Washington (Haefner, 2-51 at Detroit (Houtteman. 2-8'. Philadelphia (Brissie. 5-6) at St. Louii (Kennedy l-0. night. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Yesterday's Results Louisville. 8-2. Toledo. 5-1. Columbus. 13-5: Indianapolis. 4-4. Milwaukee. 2-0: Minneapolis. 1-i. Kansas City. 6-1: St. Paul. 4-5. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Results Rochester. 7-4: Jersey City. 4-7. Buffalo. 28-16: Syracuse. 11-12. Montreal. 9-2. Newark. 5-3. Baltimore. 6-0; Toronto. 4-1. SOVTHERN ASSOCIATION Y'esterday's Results Atlanta, 4-5: Chattanooga, 3-6. Mobile. 7-3; Little Rock, 1-1 Memphis. 9-7: New Orleans. 5-6. Birmingham. 10-2: Nashville, 4-6. TEXAS LEAGIE Yesterday's Result Houston, 9: Dallas, 6. San Antonio. 11; Ft. Worth, 1, Shreveport at Oklahoma City, postponed, rain Tulsa. 12; Beaumont, 4 CALIFORNIA LEAGUE Last Night's Results Modesto, 7-1: Stockton. 5-3. San Jose. 14-2: Santa Barbara. 7-7. Visalia, 8-6: Fresno, 6-8. SUNSET LEAGUE Reno. 9-13: Riverside. 8-1. 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