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21 Dodgers Have Streak Of 10 Since Campanella Returned To The Lineup V , EERGEN EVENING RECORD, TUESDAY. JUNE 8. 1054 Brother Beats Brother Subdue Cards 7-5 In 12th To Lead Circuit By 2 Games iner-up Giants Win 4-2 And SendIajor Lea"lie aves To 4th Slot; Bosox Take Pair cif 0 Runne Brav Campy's back and the Dodgers are threatening to turn the National League pennant race into another Brooklyn runaway. Since big, genial Roy Campanella returned to action theye won every game they've played and now have a streak of 10, as Cleveland long as any in the circuit this season. .(imago American League w. . 32 . 33 . 30 . 23 . IS his Dodger teammates fretted right along with him, blowing Washington 19 ramps thpv should have won. i Philadelphia 1 Late in May they lost four in a row, including a lb-v slaughter to bv Red Schoendienst. a walk to b!an Tl, -r-A .n.-l-;.-, .ithni- froflnrl fbrniirfli OQ Have fif in.iCW I Ork UQiU vuillll v.awv-its.1 tut vs,,n o vttt , v ,11 ,. . acuvuy ionowing an operation on ins uium-u ich wum. .uu , Boston Baltimore 17 L. 15 IS 20 23 2.) 28 31 31 Pet. C..B. .681 .673 .600 ..".00 .419 .404 .354 .354 the New York Giants. Next day theyiAlusial and Ray Jablonski's double regrouped their forces enough to: drove Roe out, one run in and squeeze out a 4-2 decision over the) brought on Jim Hughes. ;p sjiaiiia u a tnvuui, tiutttt ttniincj qui oai ui umsicu iiuyucrs iii&i homer by Pee Wee Reese. pitch for a triple. Then Hughes Campanella went behind the platej walked the next two batters pur-the'next day, a week ago Sunday, ;posely and got two outs on pop flies, and since then it's been one victory; the third on an infield grounder, after another as the Dodgers moved j The Braves sank into fourth place from fourth place to a firm hold onjas they bowed to the runner-up the league lead. 'Giants, who trail Brooklyn by two They had to battle 12 innings last games. Milwaukee now is four night "before subduing the St. Louis1 games back. Cardinals 7-5. After Carl Furillo Whitney Lockman's home run w ith singled in the tie-breaking run,;Wes Westrum on base in the second 8:30 Today's Schedule (and Probable Pitchers Cleveland at Washington, , M. Lemon (7-2) vs. Stone (3-0) or McDrrmott (4-4). Chicago at Philadelphia, 8 P. M. Trucks (7-3) vs. Trice (6-3). Detroit at New York, 8:30 P. M. -Hoeft (2-4) vs. Lopat 16-1). Baltimore at Bosinn, 8:30 P. M. Chakales (2-1) vs. Clevengcr (1-3). Yesterday's Results Boston 3.5, Detroit 2-4 (2nd game 12 innings). (Only games scheduled.) Stan Slugging .785 Clip Leads 10-Ycar Men In National; Al Rosen Sets Pace In A. U. With A .623 Average New York, June 8 (F) They Jon't call Stan JIusial a "slugger" for nothing. Not only does the 33-year-old St. Louis Cardinal hold the National League record for the highest slugging percentage among 10-year-men past or present, but averages compiled by the Associated Press revealed today that he is well out in front this season with a .785 slugging mark. Musial has collected 150 total llZJt Pollard Off For jiauiintu in iiuuwif ., uutc u iico iand 19 home runs among his 74 hits. In a little more than 11 seasons; with the Redbirds, Stan has piled; S(a(? Copce Pa June w up 3.896 total bases in 6,664 trips to penn State's fleet-footed Art Pollard the plate for a slugging average of, scratched his name from the in- National Events The Boiling brothers hoM a reunion at second base as Frank (15) Detroit second baseman slides in safe despite effort of Red Sox shortstop Milt to tag htm. In yes terday's game at Boston. Frank hit a hard double off left field wall and throw was from Don Lenhardt in first inning. Umpire Is Ed Rommell. tally. (Milwaukee didn't get a ball out of tomorrows Schedule The New York Giants beat Mil-1 the infield against Sal Maglie until! Cleveland at Washington. 8:30 waukee 4-2 and the Boston Red Soxithe sixth inning. Marv Gnssom f,n-,P. M won a pair from Detroit 3-2 and 5-4.! 'shed after Maglie tired in the the second game in 12 innines. Theseve"lh- rest of the teams in both leagues' Boston's double triumph moved the were idle. Red Sox int0 tifln Pace in lhe hit Hire Tiir stai u'irt American League, only 3'i games HI GHES THE STALWART Qut of the fjrst divisjon Frank Su, The Brooklyn victory came after, ijvan and Tom Brewer, two rookie the Cards had put the winning run; righthanders, tamed the Timers with Brooklyn .)n third base with nobody out dur-; Brewer going all the way in the l2-iew York ing a three-run uprising in the ninth. 'inning nightcap. He struck out the! Philadelphia Chicago at Philadelphia. 8 P. M. Detroit at New York, 2 P. M. Baltimore at Boston, 2 P. M. National League Preacher Roe went into the last of side in the 10th and It men al- the ninth with a 5-2 lead. A single j together, Patsies Tough On Yankees They're 11-6 Against Big Guns But Second Division Teams Have Held Them To 19-14 Edge New York, June 8 (INS) The Yankees in trouble? If you were suddenly to look at the major league picture for the first time since, say, last October, you wouldn't believe it But there it is, plainly spelled out. Not so much because the Yankees are in third place. They're only three and a half games out, and, mathematically speaking, they have been worse off at similar stages during some of their five straight champion-sh'n vpars. - r ,i Milwaukee St. Louis . Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh" W. . 30 . 28 . 25 . 25 . 24 Pet. G.B. .625 20 16 .583 .556 .543 .4!H) .468 .435 .314 2 3'a 4 64 V.i 9 15 !i Greiner Ties For 2nd To Make His 7th Open Bergen Big Six Wins In Tourney Cliffside Park The Bergen County Big Six walked off with top honors .585. Babe Ruth holds the Ameri can League lifetime record of .690 jured list today and took off for th National Collegiate Athletic Assn. The breakdown of Musial's 2.297! track and field championships in safeties through last night's game! Michigan. against Brooklyn looks this way: The 21-year-old sprint specialist 1,395 singles, 471 doubles, 145 triples: suffered a leg injury ten days ago and 276 homers. while competing in the IC4A cham- In the American League, Al Rosen! pionships at Randall's Island, N. Y. of Cleveland is setting the pace with1 He won the 100-yard title, however, a .623 average. The husky first base-1 before coming up lame, man, who led the circuit in 1953 with: Pollard and three other Penn .613, compiled 99 total bases before; state athletes will compete in the tie was sidelined last Saturday with-N- C. A. A. championships at Ana a broken right index finger. Al has,Arbor- M'cn-: Bol Hollen, Williams-five doubles and 13 home runs Prt. I. C. 4 A two mile title hold-among his 55 hits. ier; Roosevelt Grier. Roselle, N. J.. Slugging averages are computed J- c- 4 shot put champ, and hv riivirtinn tho tntai hacps on all hitt,Lharles Blockson, shot put and by the total official times at bat. discus thrower. $32,680 FOR SOCCER Toronto, June 8 Total receipt Hayed His First At 17 In With 146 With Chapman And Ghezzi Crowley Takes N. J. Medal But the world championi are la- Yankees are upsetting Casey's table boring to stay there. And what on probabilities. They used to fat-really has Manager Casey Stengel, ten by w inning both ends of dotible- among others, worried is the Yanks' inability this year to whtp ths second-division clubs. Stengel always has been a proponent of the theory that pennants can be won by holding the other contenders a little better than even and mopping up on the second-division clubs. En route to their five straight flags, the Yankees lambasted their second-division patsies at better than a two-games-out-of-three clip a .683 percentage, to be exact. Last hitter and a front-line Ditcher. me .Bronx Dunies were me headers: this year thev've plaved seven doubieheaders and split 'em all. And fio longer do the Yankees run wild at Yankee Stadium. They've enjoyed their greatest success this season in foreign ball yards. In the spacious Stadium, their vaunted batting attack produces pop flys. All this had trade talk rippling through the Yankee organization again. As the club's troubles are diagnosed, they need a long-ball Today's Schedule (and Probable Pitchers) Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 9 P. M. Surkont (5-5) vs. Valentine 4-5 ). New York at Milwaukee, 10 P. M. I Gomez (5-3) vs. Nichols (4-5). Philadelphia at Chicago. 2:30 P. M. Roberts (7-5) vs. Pollet (2-2). Brooklyn at St. Louis. 9 P. M. Erskine (6-4) vs. Poholsky (1-3). Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 7, St. Louts i (12 innings). New York 4, Milwaukee t. (Only games scheduled.) Tomorrow's Schedule Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 9 P. M. New York at Milwaukee, 10 P. M. Philadelphia at Chicago (2), 2:30 P. M. Brooklyn at St. Louis, 9 P. M. By KENNETH G. WALLACE Montclair, June 8 Otto Greiner of Knickerbocker Country Club, who had his first taste of U. S. Ppen golf competition 16 years ago when he was still a High School kid from Baltimore, qualified yesterday for his seventh Open as one of the 10 successful aspirants in the 36-hole New Jersey trials at Montclair r.nlf Huh . - year, most insufferable of all, winning 64 and losing only 22 a .744 clip. But the worms have turned. The second-flight clubs have been so souped up when they met the Yanks that the world champions actually show a better record against their first-division rivals. The Yanks are a respectable 11-and-6 against Cleveland, Chicago and Detroit. They are only 19-14 against the four lower-rung clubs-Washington, Boston, Baltimore and Philadelphia. STENGEL MOANS "X don't know what it is that cokes those second-division clubs up against us," moaned Stengel. "Or what makes us play so bad against them." In two otJier respects, too, the The former would supply a replacement for the retired Johnny Mize a function Eddie Robinson. Enos Slaughter, Bill Skowron and Bob Cerv have flubbed. The latter would, to put it bluntly, replace the department Vic Raschi. The Yanks miss big Vic, whom they so blithely traded away to the St. Louis Cardinals. It could turn out to be the worst deal they ever made. OUT S MORE DAYS Cleveland, June 8 of) First Baseman Al Rosen, big gun of the Cleveland Indians, won't be back in the line-up for "eight to ten days," Dr. Don Kelly, physician for the baseball club, said yesterday after a check of the slugger's broken finger. League Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING Muiial, 84. Louis. .387: Bnb-inMin, HrooktjB, ,'A.l', Jnhlonski. St. l-oin, .:tNQ; Mueller. New Tttrk, .372; Snider, i BrooKh n, ..b4. i KU.NS MiimkI. SI. I.ouU, 52; Moon. St. ! Loun, 4i; Ahburn. Philadelpbt and Scho-jendienit, SI. l,oim, 45; Suer. Chicago, 44. ! RUNS 8 ATI I D IN Musial, si. Loui. iG'i; jKhlontki, St. f.oui. 4K; Satier, t hl-Irawo, 45; Lnnis, Philadelphia, 44; Mat. New York. M. HITS Jahlonokl. St. 1 oulj. 79; Mii.lal, St. Louift. 74; Snider, Brooklyn, Mueller, New York, and SchoendienM, St. ' Lout. bS. DOIBLFS JahlMakl. St. Lmli. 15; Snider, Brooklyn. 14; t Klner. 4 hieaao, : Red, Cincinnati. Thomas, Pittsburgh and ! MumhI. St. l.oilia, 13. TKIPJ KS Maya. New York and Schoendienst. St. l.outs, 5: snider, Rmoklyo and Torsesna and Hamnpr. Philadelphia. 4. IIOML Rl'NS Mnil, SI. Loun. I; Sauer, Chiraxn. IS; . New York, Iti; Hodges. Brooklyn and Klutzewski, Cincinnati. 11. STOLEN B4SFi Rrulnn. Milwaukee. 11; Temple. Cincinnati, 9; Fondy. Chicago, S; Moon. St. Louis and Robinson. Brooklyn, 7; Torgeaon, Philadelphia and Jablon-ski. St. Louia, 5. PlTl'HlSti Podres. Brooklsn. l-1. .RS7: Raschi. St. Louis. 5-1. Si:); Fowler. ln-clnnatl. Conies, Milvvsukea and Grtssora, New York. 4-1. .HOI). STRIKEOtTS Haddl. St. I.onls. 5; Roberts, Philadelphia. 2: Spahn. Milwaukee. 58; Antonelll. New York, 50: Maglie. New York and Simmons, rhlladelphia, 49. Otto joined distinguished company in making the grade here in the Jersey tests. With a 146 for his 36- hnlo clint tho K nifk prhnekor nrniEmery Thomas. Bloom. ..v.... , , r. , i ticld. J tied for Second place along With A Richard Chapman. Pine- Dick Chapman of Pinehurst, N. C. VtSUs?h: ln.ood n. y.' ' the former American and British otto arm.r Termtiy. n. j . u ;. t;;.- rki .n'v."""u' ww- cmiditrui s,uaiuiJi"L riLivi jmct..i, ; ne.a, n j of Inwood, N. Y., the former Na tional P. G. A, titleholder, and Em ery Thomas of Forest Hill, former State Open and P. G. A. tithst. CROWLEY IS LOW SEEK BASEBALL GAME Passaic Arrows wish to book an away baseball game for June 20 or, from Saturday's Glasgow Rangers- in'the Guys and Dolls bowling tour-! June 27 with a Bergen County heavy i Chelsea soccer match at Vaarslty ney which wound up here at AmatoV semipro team. Call Mike Rosselli at Stadium here were $32,680.95, it was Walker Street Roc Sunday. The win-, PRescott 9-7628. lannounced today, ning club posted a gross total of; 3.469 on May 23 and it held up! through the final two weeks. j Members of the winning team were Ray Ling of Wostwood, Clay Bor-chard of Bergenficld, George Herpst of Bergenlield, Frank Kolb of Ber-genfield, Nancy Fontanella of Hack-i ensack, and Bcrnice De Palma of New Milford. j AVILA'S THUMB BROKEN Reading, Pa., June 8 W Bob Avila, Cleveland Indians' second Qualifiers Bob Crowley, Essex reiia, N. j.. 71-70 141 baseman, got some bad news yes- 72-74146 ,eraay on nis twenty -eighth birthday.; ,X-rays showed that his right thumb ; "zUo l,as a chip fracture that will keep! ! .75-71 146 him out of the line-up from three to; ..71-75 i47lsix days. The thumb was jammed; 70 77 i47'last Wednesday in Yankee Stadium' jwhen Hank Bauer slid into Avila.j ..73-74 i47jTne infjians were here today for an; . 73-75 147, exhibition game with their Reading' . 71-75 148 farm club. i Mail! iei O'Connor, Bella-vine, N J .. ..... Tommy Harmon, Montclair. N.J A Ms-ron Friedman, Scotch Plains. N J Harold Sanderson. Summit. S. J A Denotea smstrur. NEW YORK'S W WORLD- v RENOWNED RATE rOIIPCP 8ndO H-'criirionRtvf P kwoy. Apr. 26 to June 12 Tomorrow' Feature TOP FLIGHT HANDICAP . $25,000 Addtd Saturday, Sunt 12 THE BELMONT STAKES $100,000 Add.d iff. I IACH DAILY- RWT KACE1:15 P. M. Doily Doubl cUi 1:05 P.M. CEN I ADM. $1,9$, Tax Inc.. Drtvs: Via Gorg Woihmijto nag, rtBtch.nion RivsK P kwoy, Wk,.... b,:w.. i r VV. Ii.amj P kway to Elmont, L L tVsttlaSsssljatMM This quartet trailed the day's star. sturdy Bob Crowley of Essex rel!s,!rano of Englewood. former Amateur who put together rounds of 71-70 ! champ: pro Joe Vileno of Aldecress. 141 to outdistance the field of 170 and John Spencer. Rockland pro, all by five strokes. jwitb 153; Ed Petrosky. Englewood The five others who made the amateur, at 154: Jack Forrester, grade included a second amateur, :Oradell pro. and Bill Maiigin. Alde cress amateur, at 155; Buck Luce, Greenwood pro at 158; Gordon Allison, young assistant pro at Hacken-sack, ISO, and Larry Brancato. Englewood teaching pro at 161. Ed Zwirek, Fair Lawn amateur, had 163. Other locals at no card included Yazo Consalvo of Saddle River; amateurs Scott Shepherd of Rockland and John Moone of Ridgewood. and professionals John Belluardo of Orchard Hills, Jerry Volpe and Jimmy DiStasio of Englewood, and Billy Sullivan of the Route 4 Driving ranee. 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Chi-co 8 net Avila. Cleveland, 41; Carraxqufl, Chirago, 37: Ynit. W Mihtnirlon, 3. RL'NS B ATTr.D IN, Chiraia. 51 : Rasen. C teveland, 4? ; Fin, hirHt(.i. j Bfrm, New Vork ant? Zernial, Philartel-phi.. .It), KITS Avila, Clevclmti, 72: Fox and j Mini'So. Chit-a go. M; Bmhy, H aihington. (jJ: jiM-ohs. f hilatlrlphia, S7. j DOl'BI.KS Vernon, Whinilon, 14; iMrDoinalri, New York. tZ; Boiling. Benton and .Mlnoso, Chicago, 10; six players lied tin !. TRIPLES Minoso. Chirgo. 7: Tu4tle. 1 Detroit and Runnels, Washington. 6; . Vrrnnn. Wa-.hinitin. 5: Ynung Rriltimnre. flekran, ( leveland, Kurnn, Detroit and Blight , Washington. 4. HOME Rl SS Rosen. Cleveland. t3; Zermal. PhilaUelphia. 11: Mantle. New York and Vernon, W ahingtin. 10; Minoso, Chirago, Pbilley, Cleveland and Sieve ri. Washington, O. STOLEN BASKS Minoto and Rivera. Chicago. 7; Jensen. Brut on and Pox, ( hirago, 6; Fain and MitharW, htrago, Kaline. Detroit and Ru3tv, W hin Kt on. 4. PITCHING Branra, Detroit . Morgan. Npw orU and stone. Washinglnn, rt-O. 1.0(10; Keegan. Chiragn. 8-1. .!; Cnn-itiegra. Chiiaga and Lopat and Reynolds, New York, 6-1. .87. STR1KKOUTS Turlry. Baltimore. 77; Pierre, Chicago, 60; Trurkn. t huago, 51: Hoeft, Detroit, 53; Garcia. Cleveland, 47. ) IMMEDIATE DELIVERY m Ry I ) T J motor from m Wlllyf f Codili.t. PATERS0N: 60 Market Strwt, Mmory 4-1800 Ctv: 4IS Mtmigommrt St, KtMtnon 43302 i gal aw ibbQQ BERGENFIELD BOY WINS STAR HONORS East Orange, June 8 Bob Ellis, Upsala third baseman and recently chosen Most Valuable Player for the 1954 baseball season, has been awarded an honorable mention rating on the N. C. A. A. District II all-star team. Ellis hit .355 and drove in 21 runs during the season. He is the son of Robert Ellis of 14 North Front Street, Bergenfield. t what's the BIG NEWS at Jim Dale see tomorrow's paper JP Jim Dale clothes for men Myron Friedman of Shackamaxon at the figure of 147, along with professionals Maurrie O'Connor of Branch Brook, host pro Tom Harmon of Montclair, and Babe Lichar-dus, the State open champ, from Baltusrol. Harold "Red" Sanderson, now the pro at Canoe Brook and one-time assistant to Charlie Mayo of Hackensack, won the 10th spot at 148 when amateur Billy Dear Jr., relinquished his right to contest for the position and accepted the No. 1 alternative spot. Gaining the other alternate spots at 149 were Louis Barbaro of Hollywood, State P. G. A. titleholder; Lloyd Ribner, Aldecress amateur who dropped his State title over lhe past week-end; Jim Warga, pro formerly from Ridgewood. and Frank Vileno, the Aldecress pro who shares the last spot with Ansel Snow. O'Connor had led the field in the morning with his even par 70 but the winds that whipped across the up-and-down hill Montclair course exacted their toll from the Branch Brook pro as they had with others earlier in the day. Crowley seemed to mind the wind not at all. shooting consistently fine golf of 71-70 for his leading 141, one over regulation for the four par 35 nines at Montclair. OTTO HAS TROUBLES Greiner looked like he was to j have difficulties. In the morning, i over 2 and 1 nines, he took a disastrous 7 at the third hole when : he hooked a tee shot and then caught a creek trying to come back over ithe trees. Then, on the seventh, he had to pull out a starling par i when he hit from a brook, caught 'the green and canned a put. He finished with 75. In the afternoon, trailed by a sizeable gallery with Chapman and Ghezzi in his threesome, Greiner was more like a championship golfer, going out over the No. 3 nine in a 2-under 33 and coming back over No. 4 in 33 for a 71 in the afternoon. It gave all three in the threesome 14S. "Milton" Babe Lichardus. the string bean from Baltusrol who is recognized as Jersey's best hope in the Open this year, nearly threw his chances into the ash can when he took three shots from the edge of the 3fith hole for a bogie to fin ish at 147. As it was, it just made it by a shot. Since the Open is to be played over his home course, the Babe is a Jersey hopeful. This will be the seventh Open in which Greiner will play. As we said, his first was when he was still high school at Forrest Park, near Baltimore. His best record was to finish 13lh at Riviera. He missed the last two years in trials here !it Montclair and at the Knoll by one shot. SENNA Jl'ST MISSES Walter Senna, the pro at Areola missed by a narrow margin, turn ing in rounds of 74 and 6 tor a loO An out-of-hounris was the difference But the Areola pro needs tournament competition and his play yesterday proved it. Walt had trouble with his tee shots but played like a champ from the fairways after getting off to bad starls on almost every hole. Those out-of-bounds stakes look awfully tough when you've had no tournament play under your belt. Among other local hopefuls, next best was Joe Morano, the former Bergen County amateur champ from Englewood with a 150, Mickey Traina, Wayne pro, and Hank Brancato, now teaching pro at the East Peterson rang with 152; Dom Mo- N. L. Clears Jack In Bat Incident Cincinnati, June 8 MP National League officials say Jackie Robinson didn't mean to throw his bat into the grandstand last week after an argument with an umpire. But Mrs. Peter Wolinski, the Mil waukee housewife who claimed Robinson's bat struck her and her hus band, did not indicate today whether she joined in clearing Jackie. Warren C. Giles, League Presi dent, telegraphed Robinson yester day he was "convinced beyond doubt" the 35-year-old Brooklyn Dodger did not intend to throw his weapon into the stands in Milwaukee. Robinson admitted tossing it after umpire Lee Ballanfant thumbed him out of the contest. But he denied flinging it into the stands. "The bat slipped from my hand when I tossed it." the inficlder said. "I tossed it underhand toward the dugout but I held on to it too long." Robinson was fined $50 for the argument with Ballanfant. Mrs. Volinski said the bat struck her above the left eye and hit her husband on the forehead. Harry Yelvington, an usher, said he also was hit on the head by the wood. The Wolinskis employed a lawyer but have not decided on any court action. Baseball League Seeking Players Ttarlipnsark Bereen Conntv Base ball League, the County's heaviest semipro league, has reactivated us placement bureau for players interested in hooking up with various teams in the circuit before the rosters are closed on June 25. Players just home from college or just finished w ith high school diamond play who wish to perform in the B. C. S. L. should contact Walter Lewandovvski, 261 First Street, Palisades Park, listing their past ex perience and similar data. MYERS PICKED Princeton, June 8 Wt Ace quarter-miler Joseph K. Myers Jr. of Akron, Ohio, will head next year's Princeton University track squad, it was announced yesterday. Myers is now 21 years old and a junior. He held down the anchor leg of the Princeton mile relay combination, in addition to competing in the 440-yard event. He won the heptagonal quarter mile in a fast time of 0:48.2 recently. Sport Shirts II. (2) (o) Every shirt guaranteed wash-cbi. 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