The New York Age from New York, New York on August 9, 1952 · Page 27
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The New York Age from New York, New York · Page 27

New York, New York
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Saturday, August 9, 1952
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Gears Get For Fend Dicing SATURDAY. AUGUST 9. I?S2 Say imdeirs ovDiinig IMInps T 0 Bowline as If his pitches were sided by a terrific kayoed the team representing Barbados 56 for all to give Jamaica, who were held to vs runs ror an oy iiaroaaoa OH SOT I 1 t xuiea uie iriDorougn suaium, Jamaica went to bat first with L. Saunders and A. Baugh standing in front of the wickets. Baugh retired with two runs before he was caught out by wicket keeper. M. Seeley. Jamaica's captain,! Kenneth Weeks donned his! batting gear and took the! wicket opposite Saunders. Bowler L. Hall aent Saunders to the sidelines with a few (leg before wicket) after scoring five runs. L. Bryant was the next bats - tnan to enter the game for Jamaica and A. Poster caught out the nighty Weeks who scored 7 runs. , Batamea Blanked - K. Fornoris went In and out very fast as be was bowled by L. Hall for naught, E. Toung went in and I Bryant was retired with 22 runs before be made his exit. A. Headley was the next Jamaican to enter the batting square at Randalls' Island as Young's wicket fell before Mlddleton's bowling for IT and E Reed went In . The Jamaican wickets began to fall speedily. Headley was caught out by A. Robinson for 4 runs and T. Francis was caught by the opposing wicket keeper. C Bailey was the next Jamaican to face Middleton only to be bowled for 2 runs. He waa replaced by EL Robinson and E. Reed bowed out when Q. Alleyne caught his smack. He scored 11 runs and luncheon was served. Mighty Bowler I Brown and A. Foster were the first batsmen to atart the evening for Barbados. Brown was bowled for O by C Alleyne. O. Allryne went In only to be tbw by Saunders without a run. Saunders retired A. Robinson the next batsman for nothing. Things looked very bad for the Bardadoa men as M. Seeley became the next batsman to go down before Saunders after scoring a single tally. & Bcckles was the next to face the bowler and Sanders finally retired A. Foster who was high man with 28 runs. Saunders blanked E. Middleton who did not make a run and L. Critchlow made one before be waa retired. L. Hall went In and was T&bti Soirers Smafieh Title IFof IUJ, Si, - Coaches Mixed Ten tan Americans rollsrM nivmn! min. v TlTf, 9 w" "" - M" v - - t wryi . ' a t . a r lve raxing uues aaornea the heads of a quintet of punching Americana, all Ne - Toes, but there were no Negro trainers or coaches. Heading the list of boxers who reached the flstle height In the amateur circle was Norvel Lea, the 27 - year - old former Howard University student and three - time National AAU and Golden dove champion. Lea is ready to sVang up bis mitts and call It a day. Other winners Include Floyd Patterson. Ed Saunders, Charley Ad - kins and Nate Brooke. Jl Andy Stan field, 200 - meter dash Dowier, ta. Miaaieton, a well deserved victory. The Jamaican . a . . . . wiu cneers wnen tne last uarDaaos man iell. A Mighty Man :.T. 4 - ( - 7 - T , 4 y jaesaSSsJ Backfieid ace, Emlem Tun nel, Giants' great back, will begin his fifth year with the fighting Giants August 16 in Mil waukee against the Green Bay Packers. The 27 - year - old, 183 - pound back set a new punt rec ord last season when he returned 34 punts for e total of 489 yards and scored three touchdowns. He was spectacu lar, in his 100 - yard touchdown against the Yanks last season. retired after scoring 4 runs to end the annual .West Indian' crlket fiesta. uw MsO We ej - winner, will receive a royal welcome when he returns to Jersey City at the conclusion of his exhibitions la Europe. Mayor John Kenny will roll out the plush, carpet to honor the conquering hero. ; . . Harrison . DUiard. Mai Whitfield, Jerome Bif fla and Joan Davis are the other Olympian. Reggie Pearman, who failed to win a gold medal. Is showing the Europeans that be to one of the fastest 800 - meter esea U the world, He is a Queens school teacher. , Jamaican wind. L. Saunders Hot Brownies Hit Chilled By "Iceberg" Red Sox relief man Clarence (Iceberg) McDowell took over the No 1 position in the sixth Inning and chilled the Brown Sox who bad the bag loaded and the damaging "Long Ball' Porcher stepping into the batters circle. The "Iceberg" chilled the side and went on to win the game, 15 - 9. r The "Iceberg started the game for the victorious Reds but left the mound and took over the hot corner at the end .of the third in which he smacked a booming, triple with the bases loaded. Buster Riley took over the mound with the score 6 - 8, in favor of the Reds. Banning Wild The Reds began to fell their oats after picking three rune in the fourth off Jim Payne. They continued their hitting spree in the fifth with AL McDowell smacking - a single and Ed Foster sending one out of the park. The Reds had to call on the "Iceberg" in the sixth inning to calm the Browns who were getting out of hand. Again in the seventh the Iceberg had to use his twirling skill when the Browns loaded up the bases and threatened the Reds healthy lead. The Greens also manhandled the Browns to the tune of 8 - 7 in the first game. Tom Payne, pitching for the Browns, was the victim of sloppy ball handling. Stan Posnlck and Jeff Wood, pitchers for the Greens, did not allow the Browns a hit but they gave up walks which were coupled with errors and fast balls. tt . good enough to Joach the See How They Run BALTIMORE JIM May cut loose. CONTY BOY As ready as Freddy. DARK PIGEON Improving. MAVO Always trying. HIGH DIVE A fighting youngster. COPPER PLATE Coming around. JOLDS BOY Worth a bet CORNWALk - Jfo stalling beauty. SLAVE GDZL Ready for freedom. NET RESULT Trying. SUSAN DEAR Her day is nigh. v - Giants' pennant hope. Monte Irvin and Monsianor Cornelius J. Drew talk about the coming nioiTion game wnicn win oe piayea ar rne roio grounds, rro - ceeds will be divided between the St. Charles School and Com munity Center and the National Amputation Foundation.' Man ager Leo Uurocher may treat the fans to a little fancy stepping at short stop. Leo played in the Sox - Giant game Monday in Bos ton. No hit, no run, one error. ROBINSON'S ERROR GIVES GIANTS WIN Tonight, Thursday, Leo Duro - cher, manager of the fighting Giants, will be honored at the Polo Grounds. Durocher ; received a royal honor Wednesday morning when the Giants wrapped up their seventh victory over the Dodgers, Hurt Cites Morgan Pending Grid Peril BALTIMORE Morgan State College grid - coach, ' Edward P. Hurt ia 'moaning about the mate? rial famine which will hit the school this fall. The famous coach ia expecting 22 lettermen end a host of newcomers to show up at the opening practice session Au gust 31st ... . ' ' The 1951 - 52 team will be co - captained by Irwin Locust, end, and Roosevelt Brown, tackle. They will replace Johnny Trlplett and Earl Boyd. The Morgan men will open their aaon Sept. 27, against the Cen tral State College at WUberforce, Ohio. 7 jt' ' " " : f " " r NORVEL LEE it linking of returning to Howerd University te complete his tudiei. The amateur picture fighter conquered the fans at Helsinb where he won the lightheavy titfe. A regular heavyweight he paired off weight and entered into the fight - heavy dais. " Giants - Red Sox Monday night ex - (Photo by Hansen) 7 - 6, in the fifteenth inning at the Polo Grounds. - - . : .r. - Wlth their pocketbooks In peril, since the front office is complaining about the attendance drop, the Durochermen bed to ' come from behind several - times, to gain the well - deserved victory without (he aid of Sal Maglie. ; The Dodger fans were blaming Manager Chuck Dressen who removed the crack reliefer,' Joe Black, In - the fatal .insing but Jackie Robinson's fifteenth Inning boner set the stage for the Hat - lemite's victory. Giants - Hebrews In Benefit Game NEWARK, NX Heavyweight champion Jersey Joe Walcott and Mayor Ralph Villaai will head the list of dignitaries who will attend the Northern Baptist University - benefit baseball game at Ruppert Stadium Thursday evening, Aug. 7. The Newark Giants will faea the Philadelphia Hebrew Club.

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