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Cleveland Beats A's 6-3 in 10th, Still Behind by Game By JOE RE1CHLER AP Sports Writer Bob Feller may have lust of his mound magic of years gon by but the stout-hearted Clevelan righthander is not 1 ready t o - a c t a a sacrificial l a m b for 'anyone. The one-lime Iowa f a r m ho, came w i t h i n two outs of w i n n i n a hurling duel from the fabulou Bobby Shantz Tuesday night be lore leaving (he mound in th n i n t h inning" with the I n d i a n s an Athletics deadlocked at 8-3. The Indians went on to capture thrill-packed 6-3 t r i u m p h in U in nings to remain within one g a m e o the A m e r i c a n League-leading Van kces, who whipped the SI. Loui Browns, (i-3 in New York. Decisive Triple A two-run triple by casloff Bar ney McCoskoy, a Philadelphia dis card, snapped the 3-3 deadlock a IK gave reliefer Lou Brissic the win Probable Pitchers A . M F . I U U A N I . E A O I f E SI. L o u i s ( l i v r i l u s f i - l : : i al v t ... Vnrl (Key,,,,!,!, ,.-,.»,: *' ' t u * ork CMc 1 r«:"8.K S n| b ,|!il '"^ "' W """""' jr, 1 ,"' 1 ,.'?'" 11150 ' 1 '': : " """" «·"· C l e v e l a n d ( O i i r n i a llj-B) n l I'Ml.-idclnhjn ( K H I l l c r U - l l ). s N A T I O N A L I . K A G I J U liiisii.li r.Surknnt U l - l i l ) at C h i c i n i i n l l (Church .,-1 iir l l l a c k w c l l ·.!-!,'). Ni:u- V o i k ( C o n n e l l y l - t l ) n l ( r i i l l c t l i - i : i l . Hi'iiDklyn U.nmlruin l - ' J i a l C l i l c a c o ( H u s h r.'-r. 1 ). I ' h i l u r t e l p M * i Sim mom 10-71 al SI I uiih ( M i i c l l X-.TI night. Brissic, also a former Athletic, re tired all eight m e n . lie faced and fanned PitichhiUer Thomas and Eddie Joost with lhc bases loaded and one out in Ihe ninth. Feller pitched "one-hit ball foi seven innings. George Strickland, emergency shortstop, 'clouted a ' 2 - r u n homer in, the seventh to break up a scoreless duel between the two Bobbies. Two days ago . M a n a g e r A l ' . L o p e z benched "Hay Boono and gave the post lo Strick- l a n d , a throw-in in a deal with Pittsburgh. Brooklyn's r ti n a w a y Dodgers moved a step neared to the National League flag, sweeping the 4- fiiimc series in St. Louis with a 4-:i success over (he Cardinals. The second-place New York Giants remained 10 1 .-: games behind the Dodgers, w i n n i n g a 1-1-7 slugfcst in Pittsburgh. Boston's Braves blanked the Kerls in Cincinnati, 2-0, anrl the Chicago Cubs cketl out a 13-inning :i-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. Nats Take Over 4th Washington moved into fourth place in the American' League as Bob Portcrficld batted in the only run in w i n n i n g a 1-0 mound duel from Billy Pierce, of lhc White S o x . ' T h e third- because he's expendable," wrote Ed M e A u l o y , sports c o l u m n i s t off the Cleveland News. "If Uobb Shantz is to win his 23rd game, will hurt less if he wins it froi Feller." Feller's Answer "We'll see tonight who pendable or who i.s being fieed," was Feller's reply. The Yankees won in the ninth ii ning when Joe Collins smashed home run with two out and t\v runners on .base to hand the dt feat upon Satehell Paige, the age less Brownie relief pitcher. Th Yankees had tied the score in th eighth. A 2-base wild throw by cnichc Del Kicc on a dribbler hit b George Shuba just 10 feel in fron of the plate allowed two Brookly runners to score in the ninth enough to give the Dodgers a 4- deeision over the. Cards. Dec Fondy singled (o score Haul Sauer with the r u n that gave thi Cubs their 13-inning t r i u m p h ovc the Phillies. T U K S D A V RESULTS Ni:w Vork Ii. SI. Louis':l t ' l . . - » l » , » l (J. l'hll»i!rlj»lil» :i ( | J ilm W a s h i n g t o n J, Chicago' U. Itoston I I . D e t r o i t ; l . T I H I K S D A V g S C l t l C O U L i ; C l c r c l n i x l nl O c i f i . l l ··, tirl-nlgho l l i u l n u ' a l 1'Mlnilelphiti C-'J. O n l y !::i mi's s i h e c l u l v i l . N A T I O X A I . M C A f i U K W. I.. . HI :;n 1 ' c l . G.H .l7" . . ..".H3 roolilyo 'c\v ^'or I. l.ouJs "Kl 18 T I 1 E S D A V S I I 1 C S U I . T S I l r i i o k l y n I. St. Louis ;!. New Vurk I I . Plttshurgli 7. l . o s t u n ·;. C i n c i n n a t i n. l'liic:.z :i, m i U d e l p h u :i ( l i t I n n i n g s ) . T i i u i t s i i A V s sciiRnui.E N r t H l k l y n at (.'liica^o. NI-.K- Vork at I ' l l l s l i n r f - h . H i i s l c i n i»t C h u - l m i a l l . l'}I]a(lcl;l)iu nl SL I.mils I f t i e h O . Garner Preps Open Grid Drills, Face 8-Game Schedule ^,, · V j / i r rnipnt'ri r ~ " n facing G A R N E R -- C o a c h an S-game .^immy Bacr, schedule of encc Red Sox c o n t i n u e d to trail thc,,, n c Yankees by :j(i games, vanquish-!c; c h ing the Detroit Tigers, 11-3. '"' According to a Cleveland writer, Feller, assigned to oppose Shantx in place of Mike Garcia, the Clcve- «' hidl s i x are .Vorth Iowa Confer- THIi" N T T P l E ' T T O n i rj i TY , Ci)iitic-C!aiuti! plinia by Musscr Uih iXULLLUS--Conch Bob Heston is tjoiiijj to rely heavily on the group of senior letter-winners pictured above for lie coming football .season. All smv considerable service last season vvhen the Mason City Mohawks fielded a junior dominated club. Left to rijrht in the line are Bob A u s t i n Larry E c k h a r d t , Duke Elling.son, Darrell Fisljei-, J l n r o l c i A u s t i n .lay Dalgelly and Ken Bennett. In the b a c k f i e l d are Bob Burzcttc, Gordy Loucks, Tom Vk-ian, Sterling Macer Dick Vegge and Lloyd Tageson. Two other lettermen, Lnd Dale Calendar and C u a r d Skip .Reynolds will be ioin- mg tlie scjuad of 57 candidates in drills' soon. Team Mohawks to Field With Experience, to Pack More Weight Than in '51 By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor land ace, was being sacrificed to the 22-game southpaw. "Feller will winning Philadelphia in; for .I ills, sent his Garner High ol f o o t b a l l squad through open- drills .Monday in preparation I h e opener a g a i n s t Romvick here Sept. 12. =. Ten l e t t e r m e n and nine near-lct- l e r m c n from last year's team went through I h e initial workout logeth- a n u m b e r of newcomers. er w i t h a n u m b e r of newcomers, there tonight Bacr exports .several more boys to · QUALITY · SERVICE at Katz Cleaners and Tailors 1 Day Service Everyday, If You Wish. Call For and 27 First S. W. Deliver Phone 52S Coach Bob Heston of Mason Cilj High School is s m i l i n g these days There arc no football w i n s lor th 1952 season as yet bul there i good reason to suspect thai Ihcr will be some for the Mohawks They'll come hard because tin schedule is as tough as ever Ini if everything goes well Mason Citj should improve considerably ovci Ihe 3-5 record compiled -in li)5i. Heston is handling the M o h a w l ridders for the second seasot ind the seeds of '51 should bios som this f a l l . Last season the Mo lawks rode out the schedule most y w i t h a junior lineup. Those boys, have a - y e a r ' s experience of var sity play behind them and all arc Jigger. A rough guess would be hat the Mohawks will average 10 ounds more per player than in 51, when the team was relatively small. Strong Running Game The '52 team will be a big one wilh plenty of .size in the line am backficld. There won't be too much specfl on the club bul there ire good indications thai the Mo lawks will ha ve a powerful, grind ng r u n n i n g attack. There are 15 senior IcUcrwin ncrs out for drills among a large Sroup of (ji candidates, which ·xpected to be expanded by next vcek. Nine of them are l i n e m e n ;nd six are backs and unles? some icwcomers shove the lettermen nlo t h e background the Mohawks i'ill h a v e an experienced player t every position. The line lellermen, their posi- lons and weights are: Ends Dale ·alenclar (1.75) and Ken Bennett M5); Tackles Bob A u s t i n (170) .arry E c k h a r d l (210) ami Jay Jalgctly 090) with Austin also to c used a I end; G u a r d s Duke Kl- ngson (.105). Skip Keynokls (180) nd Harold Austin n.70) and Cch- cr Darrell Fisher (175 . 6 B a c l c f i e t d Vets The letterwiimers in the back- eld are: Quarterback Tom Vician 160), F u l l b a c k Lloyd Tageson )85) and Halfbacks Dick Yegge 155), Sterling M a c e r (105). Hob ur/.ettc ( I C O ) and Gordy Loucks Biggest search on the squad right now is for ends a.s there appears to be little bench strength behind the probable starters. The t a c k l e Ihe opening opposition when the come to Mason City on Sept. U M a s o n C i t y hiis l o s t ' t o Ames fo six straight seasons but the Mo h a w k s have been pointing for win in this game since last wintei Spirit on '.ho squad i.s cxcepliunail good and the players appear to b in good condition. In an effort t gel a better line on the candidates Hestoii scheduled a s c r i m m a g e fo Wednesday afternoon. He is as sistee in coaching the v a r s i t y sepia by Howard Barker and Ken G r i f f i n . THE SCHEDULE Sept. 12--Amos, here. Sept. 19-4-East High, Madison Wis., there. Sept. 26--West Waterloo, there. Oct. 3--Roosevelt, C. R . , here 10--East D. M., there. 77--East Waterloo, here. 24--Charles City, here. 30--Ft. Dodge, there. Oct, Oct. Oct. Oct. New Hampton High Opens Grid Drills With 11 Lettermen NEW HAiMPTON -- Chuck Caccl got his second season asJie'nd fool a a l l coach at N o w ' Hampton Ili'gl Scliool under way Monday when 1 eUormcn reported for openitiL Irills. The Chiekasaws face an R-gamc slate, opening a g a i n s t N a s h u a hen Sept. \2. Seven of Ihe jjamo.s vith Northeast Iowa Conference oes. The honiccumiiig celebration uis been set for the C e d a r Fall.s game Oct. 3. Charles City will close jut the New Hampton season in a ·onference game here Oct. :n. The lellcnncn: Charles J / a h e r l y -ylc -Schrocdcr, Jim Wilson, , l i i n "real, Frank Lflley, Don Grove ave Dodge, D i c k W h i t n a b l e ! erry Kane, Lenny Spelt/, a n d Jlcn Wilhclms. Sept. 12-- N a s h u a , here. Sept. 19-- Waverly, there. Sept. 26 -- Decorah, here. spots appear to he w i d e open. In be o n h a n d w h e n school opens, f i n e r said t h a t prospects for the 1M2 season arc brighter with a d d i t i o n a l newcomers adding needed strength. The r e l u m i n g l e t i e r m e n a r e . nich.inJ Koolbeck. Darre! Gcil, addition to the lettermen, ( h e r e are three strong c a n d i d a t e s for s t a r l - ing jobs in G l e n n Morrison (M~), Allen Maccr (180) anrl G a r v K l e m p n a u c r Macer a r e the the is a senior. Figuring in t h e are John Colloton A l b a u g h (](;5) and (175). Morrison and juniors and Klemp- Ocf. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Bob Brooks, A l l e n Ifotish, J U i s s e l j o n the Bleich, D a r r e l .lass. Clayton G r c i - t B u c k y m a n . Bob Niemeyer, Bryon Grei man rind Hon Snaler. The new comers who reportt-J .Mondav arc. r ) u a n e .la.s.s. Perry H u l l , ' . I c r r y n u t 3--Codar Palis, here, homecoming. 10--Cresco, there. 17--Oelwein, Ihcre. 24--Osago, there. 31--diaries City, hero. Dressen, Stanky Tangle; Verbal Blast Follows ·ST. LOUIS UP-Sl. Louis C a r d i n a l M a n a g e r F.driie S i a n k y l i n ed a v e r b a l h a y m a k e r at r o n k l y n p i l o t Charley Dressen after a s h o v i n g m a t c h " d u r i n g Tuesday n i g h t ' s g a m e which tbr; Carris l o s t , .|.;j. "When a phoney. ;m a l i b i a r t i s t l i k e Dresden, calls me a l i a r , I gel rny h a i r r u i n filer!. ! can l a k e it . f r o m a man of c h a r a c t e r but not a (.170) and H a i b a c k Kon Wood"n5o"j'! plUm . Cy '' 1 Sl1anky t l ) l ( 1 s ' m r l s - - - - ' * i f » r * J l r " l T M / » H f » n f i n ^ * i « * . * . . n « . . . . f l guard n (ICO), Recce !)iirreU A d a m s r i B 5 ) . ~ b f nil the spols on the team the guard posts are best fortified.' Among the oilier top c a n d i d a t e s s q u a d a r c Q u a r t e r b a c k J e f f r i e s Jim Moll (185). tfml Larry Weslon foi a feu- sophomores d r i l l s w i t h t h e i r V ^ U I I t, ., , -. ., . , , , j , , , v , , , , , , , ,_ _-, i | i y VM t | | ^- r e g u l a r , ' . . I f ' D u a n e and D o u g l a s .lass, C h u c k i T u e K i l a y iuidcr"Bil| l St"nc kc-r He.s- Goll. R a l e i g h B c n t l i e a n d i i o b ; t o n h a s i n d i c a t e d thai h e m a y f a k e t h c a f l e r I h e f'ringlc. Jerry G r e i m a n . J i m m y . ( p r a c t i c e a.s a group to be«in WALDORF COLLEGE , , Forest City A Fully Accredited Four-Yeae Junior College · Teacher Education · Business Education · Pre-Professionol · Industrial Arts? · Liberal Arts, Music · Christian Education · Lost Two Years of High School Christian Emphasis fOK INFORMATION WfllTf ADMISSIONS O»ICI Ulnnk. The schedule: Sept. 12--Renwick, here. Sept. 19--Northwood, there. Sept. 26--Buffalo Center, here. Oct. 3--Forest Ciry, here. Oct. 10--Nora Springs, there. Oct. 24--Lake Mills, there. Oct. 31--Britt, here. Nov. 7-- Belmond, there. had won four g r i m e s in- M t e a r l of losing t h e m , my e q u i l i b r i um couldn't he sounder," he said. "This is not a ease of bad rlispo- a few sophs on his 30-man t~*'avcJ-' s j| io ' rl ",. ing squad t h i s season. j ,, ,,,, s , , . B a l a n c e d Line The Mohawks w i l l run off a rmced l i n e anrl w i l l use both ., r ""' f i r s l f i " ; i 1 * ' M a u r i c e M e D c r m o l t of the Red son City coach plans to keep the best boys on t h d fielrl on bolh of- f*nse anrl defense. Two of Ihe lelterwinner.s in Dressen. separated s umerl. Umpire Frank Dascoli t h e m ,-inrl the g a m e re- said l a t e r he waited for working Taffcson ..i....: K . U - . i n u i j c r m o i i 01 me Hccii, ' "" , ,:."-""' "'""v-in in i , K - i M a n k y said a l r r he wailed for Sox struck out 20 batters in a game^ n c * IC ( '- Vlt); «' TM* Yc««c, w i l l l D r o s s c n H f l e r the Dodgeir ma"n 'er while p i t c h i n g for Louisville in ih; . h " nrtl . c lhc p "' ss ' ng a m l P"ntina fo.-made motions of d r i n k i n g fro'.n -i A m e r i c a n Association in 19-19. «nc f o a m . Right now Hcston is bottle in mockery of Slankv , . l l J C i V t / i i~i it *-.r\ m '. I i r ( « : n ft U I _ 1 l_ _ _ * · * · « « j \Ji tJt,tt I jr. V . Ph. 1000 YELLOW CAB on ' a l i g n i n g , his backs. and Bur/.ctle both operated from fullback last season but both appear to have the stuff to be in starting jobs so Burzctlc, a fast starter, probably will be shifted to h a l f b a c k post. The s c h e d u l e is a rut-god one anrl Hie A m e s I . i l l l e Cyclones provide ockery of Stanky Dressen quoted Slanky as .saying' "nobody can say I'm a u h i s k v drinker." " j The ruckus was apparently t h e i result of a sports story w h i c h ! quoted S t a n k y as tolling his j i l n y - ] ers lo relax a n d got their m i n d s o'ffi ba.seba)! u n t i l reporting lo the parks for lhc Leahy's Blues Story May Right By C H A R L E S C H A M B E R L A I N SOUTH BEND, ind. Ui -- They used lo laugh when Frank Loiihy sang the blues. But this y e a r he may be in tune. The p e r e n n i a 11 y pessimistic coach, molder of Noire Dame football giants, i.s in (he middle of a rebuilding job. It m a k e t » k e a year or so longer before lie un- cages another monster to begin n reign of terror on the nation's grid irons. His 4'lth b i r t h d a y finds the perfectionist in good spirits. "[ am pleased l h a t our t e a m has not been picked for the m y t h i c a l national championship," he said. "We do not Imve ino much to look f o r w a r d to Ibis season and most football experts reali/.e it," Does t h a t mean you will lose all 10 of your games, Frank? D i f f i c u l t Schedule "We could, y o u know," he buckled. "Our schedule i.s the most d i f f i c u l t ever a t t e m p t e d by a Notre O a m e squad." In order, the I r i s h will t a k e on 'ciin, Texas, P i t t , P u r d u e , North .'arolina, Navy, O k l a h o m a , M i c h i - gan SlaUvlowa and Southern Cal' f o r n i n . Leahy has 31 l e t t e r m e n . · ' I t could be t h a i our team will show a certain a m o u n t of improvement d e f e n s i v e l y , " Leahy allowed, 'and .John Lallnor at hal'fback and Neil \Vorrlen, f u l l b a c k , are prelt'y ·;ood college runners. "Hut there are no b a c k f i e l d men who w i l l appear to a d v a n t a g e without the support of a fast-chary- ng, good-blocking offensive line. We do not h a v e such a line." Heavy Sophomores The only returning starter fron he up-front men on o f f e n s e is Ar ·Junior, i 225-pound junior cento who i.s being shifted to right end -.eahy has a flock of h e a v y sopho nores to work w i t h . They go some . h a r d e n i n g ' ' last year whei "Yoshmen were eligible. Johnny Hijack, one of Ihe Irish' m m o r f a ! quarterbacks, i.s Leahy' lew backfield coach, lie replacei icniie C r f m m i n s ' who stepped in a lead· c o a c h ' a l I n d i a n a . Lujack' has some f i n e ' y o u n g s t e r 0 work. with. There are two teen-age sopho )iore quarterbacks, Ralph (,'ug iclmi of Columbus,, 0., and Ton Carey of Chicago. Ralph, com ilcled 27 out of-5J p a s s e s - f o r t:i yards last year, when the Iris! were compiling seven wins and on tic in 10 .games. Carey was use only sparingly. Workhorse F u l l b a c k Wordcn, a b r u i s i n g .IS)0-poum unior from Milwaukee, was las ·car's workhorse in the f u l l b a c k lot. lie carried the ball 181 time;or (578 yards and also c a u g h t .\ lasses f o r i l l more. Af. right h a l f is Lattner, a 1!)0 ound junior f r o m Chicago, win. vcrngod five yards in 08 r u n n i n g rips, .loc Heap, a ITS-pound ,so|ih- jnorc from N f ew Orleans, is at left a l f . Heap smashed a ').! average 1 .'!8 tries. Olson 2-1 Favoril-e Againsf Hairston NKW YORK UP-OnrJ Bolm 01- in of H a w a i i was f a v o r e d at 2-1 beat Kugeno Silent H a i r s t o n of ew York Wednesday night at adison .Square G a r d e n and prove mself h e i r - a p p a r n n l lo Uie iniii- eweight crown, which soon may i vac.ilerl. T h « i r ' t e l e v i s i o n 1(1- iimrler. staged for the benefit of m e r i c a n Legionnaires, will be first, bout at the G a r d e n since me 27 when ICrnie D u r a n i l r i out- inl(!fl Norm.'iJi Hayes. Vets Take 1st Playoff Game 10-6 G A K N K R - T h e Mason City |VF\V baseball t e a m defeated G a r - ner 10-0 hero Tuesday night in a 10-inning gamo lo t a k e tho first round playoff in ll\e Borderline League. Garnor had been niimor- up in regular league play with M a '.son City finishing t h i r d . The VFW club will meet the winner of the iThompson-Joico game in the f i n a l s 'of the playoffs,:The game was played on a we field and 13 errors were c o m m i t t e d Roy Georgoff pitched all the waj for (ho winners in allowing onlj seven h i t s , one of which was n homer by Laverne Knoke. The Mason City club scored (hrqe runs in. tlu n i n t h lo l i e the score and four more in Iho toth f r a m e to win. 1'etc Monson was relieved by Duane G a r m a n on the pitching m o u n d for Garner. The big blo\i for the winners in the l O l h f r a m e was a t r i p l e by Catcher Ucrnic liennett. The loss was only the, fourth in :il games for the G a r n e r club, which will end Its season at Uel- mond on Labor Day. Most Favorites Survive Women's Amateur 1st Round PORTLAND, Ore. Ml _ Most of the favorites were still in the picture but the ax was to fall twice Wednesday as 'M c o n t e s t a n t s head into the second and third rounds of m a t c h play in tho Women's National Amateur golf t o u r n a m e n t . ' Doubtless the most, reliable fa- vorlfe was the d e f e n d i n g champion and m e d a l i s t from A t l a n t a , Dorothy Kirby. Champion Dorothy, who won a ·I and :i decision over Mrs. F r a n k T. Kisk of Portland Tuesday, teed t i f f a g a i n s t ' A l a r y Agnes Wall of M c n o m i n c e , Mich. They have met .several times, with Dorothy genera l l y the winner. There was the battle of the teenagers slated between 14-year-old A n n e Quasi, Everett, Wash,, and 19-year-old Pal. Lesser, Seattle. Other topflight girls still on hand include Polly Riley, Korl Worth; n a r h n r a U o n i a c U , ' .Sacramento; Grancc De Moss, Corvallis, Ore.; M a r y Lena Faulk, Thomasville, Gii.: lid can Anderson, H e l e n a , M o n t , ; Claire Doran, Cleveland; M a r y Ann Downey, B a l t i m o r e ; Helen Scgel, P h i l a d e l p h i a ; and Grace Loncv.ylc of Newton, Conn. MUKIIII t'ity rluhe.(iaictu, .Million C'll-. la. ^ ug 27, 19J2 Golfer's Special Wilson " F l y Hi" Only ^ ARTZ MERRITT 1 1 6 S. Fed. Ph. 1298 Stop In For Our Fall Check-Up! wo'll check your car completely and get it ready for colder w e a t h e r . . . All-points checked plus complete lubrication. MASON CITY 1311 No. Federal Phone 1155 Cdfflblefe -Auf^motive Serviw: MAJOR ISAGUG SKIPl'Y HKOWNING _________-- A N Championships Are His Diving Ace Runs Out of Titles After · A M K I l ' K M N l,V.\CVK N A T T I N O -- Pulii. I ' l t l l n d r l p h U i . M l l c l i r l l , C l r v o l a n i l , MX, I t l l N S -- U o r r n , N e w Vork, Mt M l n n m i , l i l c n t n . A v i l f t i (,'l«vrliiril, niiil .1 nips I, I ' l i l l - cllihla. HI. I H I N S UiVITKI) IN -- Z c r i i b l , riilUclcl p l l l u , H i t I K . I i ) . : | n v H n i u l . X I I . HITS-- Ten, C l i l r i i K O , H i l l Tain. I ' l i l U t l r l p l l l u , 115. I H I i r t l l . K H -- I'liln, I M i l l a i l r l f i h U , .'(«( linn :r. Nmv V i i t K . 'tH. T U I l ' U v N -- H l n t j m i n i , O l o v c l a m l iiml JUi- l i i l n , New V u r U , III. I I O M t : K U N S -- D u l i y , C l e v e l a n d , :J7i H e r p a, N r w Y o r k , ',',1. S T O I . I v N H A S K S -- Ji-n.ril, \ V . 1 » ) i h l « l ( i n 17, i M I l l i i n o , I'hlrMi'i. 111. ; MTC'IIINT.-- C i i u i n r g r u . \ V n k l i l n E l u u , (i-0, t i u i siiiuiii, I ' h l l a i t c l o l i l n . -ii-l, . H I M . N.t'fTON'AI, t » I ^ A ( U I K IIATl'INO-- · M i i t l K l , SI. l.ouU, ,:i:»i Khu- I'M.kl, C l i i c t n i i u l l , ,:U1. HUNS-- I , o « k n i i t n , N e w V m k , K f l i l l c i i i u s , :nao. 1IO( SI. l , " u U . H.I. 1UW.S IIAT'l'lJt) I N -- Saner r h t i i n » n n , Nets' V u r k . HK. HITS -- A r l a t n n , C U u l i i i u l l , I M I l i S l l l l l j l , St. I . i i u l x . 1,','J. noil in. i:s-- Sciiorniiiitmn,. St. i.fini.. :i:ii Sum*!'. Chlungit, .'.'H, T U H M / M S -- T h n i n i u n . Nctv Ynrlt, I t l i I'.iii l l , I ' l i l l . u l r l i i l i l n . nn.l H t a u g h t n r , SI, I. (nils, H. : ' 1 I O M K U H N S - S l \ u r r , C l i l C M " . I l l l K l l l - r. ] ' l l l » l ] i i i x H , ·;». S T O I . K N I I A S I C S -- 11Tf,r. H r i i o V l y n , L ' l l J r t l i r u r , l l i l i i n , !il. r r i C M I N ; -- Itiic, I t r o o k l y n , ill- 1, .'jil'J; ii.i.-k. i i n . i . k i j i i . i !).·;. .H:I:I. Locke, Borps Foes Over 36 Holes in Montreal Tourney · M O N T R E A L UP -- J u l i u s B tiros, J. S. Open golf champion, played ip.W)yj Locke of .South Africa, the Jrltish Open Itinj,', in one of .the six 3(i-holc singles matches Wed- vesday that will wind up the Hop- dns I n t e r n a t i o n a l tournament. It innrkcd the first Lime .since 92(1 t h a t the rci«nl|ig Open title folders of both nntions mut in a 'world championship" match. The ast time was when - B o b b y Jonc'i ost lo Waller Hasen 2G years ago. The United States pros are ex- ecl.ed lo cineh Iho, inaugural natch in tho Hopkins International competHion by winning most of the singles contests; With a 7 "A lo IVj ead gnJned in Tuesday's host-bull foursomes, Ihe U . S . needs only B ' / i ' O f the available 18 points to win the trophy. Sweep in AAU N R W A R K , N. J. 'wv-From th« eminence of a 10-foot diving spring board at the Hayes Park pool, Day- id Sklppy Browning Jr., slight and snmiy-hnircd Texas University sen; lor, stood Wednesday and looked for new diving worlds lo conquer-and there arc none. Wilh his recapturing the Nation.. AAU men's outdoor th'fec-meter crown, Drowning ran out of chnm- pioijships. 'Browning bested Bob Clotworlhy co-captain of the Ohio Stale University squad, 202.82 points lo 8.83, His .sweep of the low and high boards indoors, both in AAU-and coHcginlc competition, an' Olympic Iriumph at Helsinki, and the Rational AAU outdoor crown is unprecedented. ' ,, William Woolscy, n 17-year-old six-foot Honolulu school boy won Ihe 220 yard free style; Jerry 5 Ho- l«n, Ohio State co-captnin, won by two fcol over Bowen Slassforth of Iowa in the 110 yard brcaststrokc- and Ford Konno, Ohio'State sophomore and Olympic'champion, retained his one mile title. Minor League Scores · t N l K U N A T I O N A I . L U A f i U E O l U w i ^ H , Kciuhi!»t«r I, Muiitr»).n;.-iiur(«]« a. Toriiiilu :i. SyracuiiB S. l U l l l i n o r e '(-J, H»r!i(flnlil 0-1. ASSOCIA'TION n o u k n e J.fi. f l l y 8. K l . r u l n , C c i l t i n i b u n I , M l n n e w p n l l K 1°, · Ohn'rlentn'ii 3. I'ACIKIC! COAST I.KAOUK " '·n* Aiift\t» «, · H n l l j H o u H R. S e n t t l o -1-lt. San Plejo :!-«. Sun r r n n n l i c n n , O n k U t u l f . K » r . r a l n c i i t i i ;| I'ortUud 1, H'K.ST^HiV 't.KAtiUK l ) e i t v e r : . - I , l.inciiln y. O r n n l i i ». C o l n r a d o .Sprlnr« t) »«» M n l n « j I-J, W l c w u u-i). I'utihlii lu, Slnux Oily 'J . ' I I I H K I M 1.KACUK K v » n « v l l l e -l-l, Kenkiik. a^t, Wnterlixi I, O n t n u y »,- Term H a u t e U, I i u r l l n « l q i i 0. . C e i l u r R u B l i l j m, Qurid Clllr.i ·.. · 15oxie Moore, new -supervisor of Officials for the NBA, played on two Bi« Ten championship 'football icnms while starring for Purdue. Pint S i z e VACUUM BOTTLE S t u r d y Convai COTTON GLOVES OVAL ROASTER pair WMlc twilled c a n v a s with fetiif wn'sli. (HG7) Blue «namef wore with well free an bottom. (WF4S18) Molat case with plastic cap. ( W K 4 3 I ) Child re n't LUNCH K I T Hickory HAMMER HANDLE 1752 selection of Christmas Toys just received. See the new games, trucks, doll buggies and hundreds of other toys in our Toy Basement On Display Now. Easy-grip, wall-balanced handle of hardwood. (HA272) Time" dccora- I f o n s . Wild tray. (WK169) OFFICIAL FOOTBALL L44 6 foot EXTENSION CORD Open End WRENCH SET BIKE BASKET R e g . 1.39 Complete stock of bicycle parts, repairs, tires, tubes and accessories. Drown cord Wilh cube tap U.L. approved. (EB260) ' Five most popular Of tempered slccl. 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