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Pioneers Split With Rubes ORANGE BELT LEAGUE L 1 1 3 3 7 7 9 9 San Bernardino 9-4 in Opener, - 2-5 in Second Jaime First-Game Winner; Baldwin i Bows in Nightcap By SID OLIN Kan Romarrlinn Pioneers di vided a doubleheader with the j&'u" J Riverside Rubes yesterday, win ning the first game, 9 to 4, and losing the nightcap, a seven-inning game, 5 to 2, at Evans park in Riverside before nearly 1,500 fans. In the first game the Pioneers got to two Riverside hurlers for a total of 16 hits, three of them being timely doubles by Walter Swedman, who secured three hits in the game. The other extra blows were hit by pitcher Clarence Jaime and Ben Gregory, who also secured three blows in five trips to the plate. TWO-RUN HOMER Tim Cronin presented the high spot in the offense when he hit a two-run homer in the sixth. Bill Cleveland walked and scored on Gregory's long double in the fourth inning of the second game but Riverside got to pitcher Larry Baldwin for four hits in their half of this inning to get the lead that won the game. San Bernardino scored in the sixth but, with the bases loaded and one out in the seventh and final inning, relief pitcher George Pain got out of trouble on two infield ouis 14 San Bernardino DAILY SUN Mon., May 22, 1950 MERCS BEAT CRAWLETS IN 12; DANCERS WIN Pet .900 .900 .700 .700 .300 .300 .100 .100 Air Base Rockets 7 S. B. Tuading Post ... 7 Air Base Aero Jets .... 3 Annabel's Crawlets .... 3 A.F.L. Carpenters 1 Hudson Pacemakers ... 1 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Dancers 14. Rockets 3. -Mercuries 15. Crawlets 13 (12 InningO Trading Post 10, carpenters s, Pacemakers 11, Aero Jets 5. The Col ton Mercuries were forced into 12 innings yesterday to down Annabil's Crawlets, lo to 13, and retain their tie with Murray's Dancers at the top rung of the Orange Belt league. The Dancers in the meantime halted Norton Air Force base Rockets, 14 to 3. In other games the strengthened Hudson Pacemakers won their first game of the schedule in sub duing the air base Aero Jets, 11 to 5, while the San Bernardino Trading Post defeated the A.F.L. Carpenters, 10 to 8. The Mercuries - Crawlets game saw the Crawlets going the final three innings with only eight men. Third baseman Billy Jackson had doubled to right in the ninth and throw-in struck him on the right temple. He was carried uncon scious from the field and taken to the County hospital, where x-rays were to be taken last night to determine his injuries. The Crawlets had previously used all their reserves in pitching or pinch-hitting roles and had nobody to replace Jackson on third at the opening of the tenth. Jackson had previously hit a home run. Fernanes, for the Mercs, slapped a grand-slam homer in the fifth. In halting the Rockets the Dancers' Johnny Courtney struck out 16 men. Rocket ooo ooo 120 3 s a uancers 025 204 01x 14 14 1 Wright & Radgett: Courtney & Mow. ery. Mercuries .. 210 043 102 00215 12 5 crawlets ... 310 032 211 00013 14 8 Gonzales, Saucia (5), Miguel (8) 4. Martinez; Duncan, Lee (3), Husband (7) & Lynch. Angels, Seals Divide; Stars Split With Oaks LOS ANGELES CSV-San Fran. cisco and Los Angeles split a Paci fic Coast league doubleheader yes terday in a pair of tight pitching duels which ended with lefty Herm Besse and Chet-Johnson as the heroes. Stringbean Besse cranked the Angels to a six-hit, 3 to 2 victory in the opener; Johnson twirled a two-hitter as the Seals won the nightcap, 2 to 1. The split gave San Francisco the series, four games to three. A throng of 9,193 calmly watched the proceedings. First Game: San Fran. AB H O r.os Angeles AB H O Grace cf 5 11 Baumholz ct 4 1 3 snerman ri 5 0 1 Glossop 3b 4 White If 4 14 Klein si 3 9 Maddern r 4 1 Layton If 4 3 Lucadello 2b 4 1 Spence lb 3 2 Burbrlnk c 4 1 Besse p 3 Tradino Post ... 032 031 inn 10 17 g Carpenter 130 120 010 8 9 2 Morns. Gonzales (4). Rodr iauez (61. Morales (7) & Cordoza; Phipps, Vaug (4), Scott (6) . Wilburn. Pacemakers .... 111 013 03111 10 2 Aero jet 000 001 310 5 12 3 as he slid into second base tne(7)t Meieher (8) & Rusin. First Game: thin Bdno. AB kumpus 2b 5 Cronin ss 4 Cleveland lb 3 Gregory rf 5 Pearson cf 4 Morgan 3b 4 Budin If 5 Swedman c 5 .Jaime p 4 Moses' Four-Run safrfAf??!Homer Gives A's I I if Split With Browns H Itlv 3 Jameson 1 Villa L'b n Ward cf 3 Roberts If 1 Dawson 2 a-Bumett 1 Riehrdsn 3b 5 0 3 Edmonds p 0 0 1 Jordan lb 5 0 Specht c 4 0 Francis p 2 0 n-Morris 1 0 Winczwek p 1 0 Totals 39 9 16 Totals 3i 4 10 SCORE BV IXXIXCS: Pioneers 311) 00 100-9 Riverside 5 JS,,0"- E Morgan. Budin, Jameson. ilia. -B .Swedman, Jameson, Jaime, Gregory. HR Cronin. S Pearson. EOB Off Moms 2. Winczewskl 1. Jaime 4. SO By Morris 2, Jaime 2. HBP Jaime (Jameson) Morris i Cronin). PB Swedman. Winner Jaime. Lo5erFrancis. U Gonzales and Harris. T 1:53. Second Game: Han Bdno. AB R H Riverside An K H umpus If 3 Aronin ss 2 IJeveiand lb 2 Gregory rf 4 Pearson cf 2 Morgan 2b 3 Waitman 3b 3 Ewing c 2 Baldwin p 1 a-Swedman 1 3 Ward cf 3 0 Villa 2b 3 1 Jameson rf 3 1 Roberts It 2 0 Dawson ss 2 1 Riehrdsn 3b 1 0 Jordan lb 3 0 Specht c 3 0 Hamilt p 2 0 Totals 22 2 4 Totals 22 5 8 ' SCORE Br IXMXGS: Din Bdno Oil 001 0 2 Rlversid 000 500 15 E Cleveland, Baldwin. 2B Ward. Jordan. S Dawson. Roberts, Hamllt. DP Richardson to Villa to Jordan. Cronin to Morgan to Cleveland. BOB Off Hamilt 8, Baldwin 2. SO By Hamilt 4, Baldwin 2. U Harris and Gonzales. " At El Centro: Yuma 000 001 01 8 1 El Centro 200 010 x 3 3 1 Hushes and Holmes; Gowett and Sady, Yuma 000 OOO 301 4 10 6 El Centro 300 203 04x 12 13 2 Lindbers, Lamay (1), Peltz (2), Ross 44), Jackson (7) and Matsubu; Mc Otung and Watson. . At Las Vegas: Mexican 320 500 010 12 2 Las Vegas 001 000 0 1 1 4 Morean and Lapham; McCarthy, Zun-j del (2), Smith (4) and Johnson. Mexicali 100 011 100-- 8 1 Jas Vegas 012 OOO 11x 5 12 2 Medina and Lapham; Merrill, McCarthy (5) and Johnson. At Tijuana: Porterville 200 OOO 0305 12 1 Tijuana 100 013 02x 7 12 ST. LOUIS OP) Veteran outfielder Wally Moses cracked out a grand-slam home run in the ninth inning to give Philadelphia an 8 to 3 victory over the St. Louis Browns in the second game of a doubleheader yesterday. St. Louis won the opener 11 to 6. The Browns went into the last inning of the second game with a 3 to 2 lead, but Elmer Valo opened the round with a home run. The Athletics' rally then produced a pop-fly single by Ferris Fain which was muffed by Roy Sievers, a fielder's choice on which Fain was safe, a walk and Moses' clinching homer. The Browns made all of their hits count in the first game and had the satisfaction of beating southpaw Alex Kellner for the first time in his two-year major league career. First Game: Philadelphia AB R H St. Iluls Joost McCosky If Dllllnger 3b Lehner cf Fain lb Valo rf Suder 2b Guerra c Kellner p a-Wahl Wyse p b-Hitchcock AB R 2 Demars ss 4 1 1 KokoB rf 4 2 3 Lollar c 5 2 Sievers cf 3 0 Lenhardt If 4 1 Thomas 3b 4 1 Friend 2b 4 0 Arft 3b 2 1 Fannin p 0 0 c-Upton n 0 Overmlre p 2 1 Bucs Vanquish Giants Twice NEW YORK (IP) The Pitts. burgh Pirates utilized good pitching and then timely hitting to' trim the New York Giants in both ends of a doubleheader, 4 to 2 and 8 to 6, yesterday before a disappointed throng of 34,972. The nightcap was highlighted by perhaps the longest ball ever hit in the Polo grounds, a terrific dead center smash by Ralph Kiner of the Pirates which landed on the fly about 480 feet from the plate yet it went only for a triple. It would have been a home run in any other park in the major leagues. Kiner hit his eighth homer in the opener. First 'Game: Plttiburrh AB R H New York AB R H Castigllone si 5 0 0 Stanky 2b 3 1 1 Flemlne lb 2 LOdlglanl 3D 4 Moran 2b 3 Conway ss 3 Partee c 4 Feldman p 3 x-Land 1 xx-Orteig 1 z-Singleton 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals Saffell cf 5 Kiner If 4 Fernandez 3b 3 Westlake rf 4 Coogan lb 4 Murtaugh 2b 3 Mueller c 3 a-Hopp 1 b-Schenz 0 McCullough c 0 Chesnes p 4 0 Lockman It 1 Irvin rf 1 Thomson cf 1 Thmpsn 3b 2 Westrum c 0 Gilbert lb 1 Dark ss 0 Jansen p 0 Hansen p 0 1 Totals 39 6 12 Totals Cleasner, and Lloyd. Waddle ciglia (1), Ochoa (8), Chaparro (91 Villanueva. I Portervill 000 000 000 000 8 '. Tijuana 000 OOO OOO 011 5 ' Kinslow and Waddle; Clark and Vil lanueva. Struck Out for Kellner In 7th. b Singled for Wyse in 9th. c Walked for Fannin in 3rd. SCORE BV IXXIXCS: Philadelphia lut Oil 001 St. Louis 005 013 02111 RBI loost, Dillinger 4, Demars, Lenhardt, Thomas 3, Suder, Lollar 4. Over-mire. Sievers. 2B Thomas, Kellner. Dil-linger, Kokos. 3B Friend, Arft. HR Joost, Dllllnger. Suder, Lollar. S Over-rr.ire. LOB Philadelphia 7. St. Louis 6. BOB Off Kellner 6. Fannin 1, Wvse 1. SO Ey Kellner 2, Overmire 1, Wvse 1. H&P. Off Fannin 3 and 3 In 3, Kellner 6 and 9 In 6, Wyse 3 and 2 In 2. Over- rr.ire 9 and 3 In 6. HP By Kellner (Siev 21 lotais 36 4 7 Totals 31 2 7 o; a Safe on Error for Mueller In 9th. 0 b Ran for Hopp In 9th. 2! SCORE BV 1XXIXGS: 1 ! Pittsburgh 001 OOt 0024 3 j w York 001 010 000 S 0' E Stanky, Thomson, Thompson. KBI 0 Chesnes 2, Thomson, Lockman, Kiner. 1 i Hopp. 2B Mueller, Jensen. Westlake. HR j xvjner. r aianity, jansen. ur jansen- i Stanky-Gilbert, Casttlgione-Murtaugh-Coog- S 11 9i an- lub Pittsburgh 7, New York 7. BOB Richards (7), Lamer (9) eisi. Winner Overmire 1-V. Loser Kell- (8): Garcia, Gar' Chaparro (91 and Club Oaks Host To Etiwanda AMERICAN NIGHTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS Team w. L. Riverside Packard-Bells .. 4 0 Club Oaks of S. B 2 1 S. B. Supper Club 2 2 Etiwanda Reginas 2 2 Cotton Mercuries 1 2 Redlands St. Mary's .... 1 3 Bloomington Lumbermen 1 3 ner '2-ii. u Rommel, Hubbaid. T 2:31. Second Game: Philadelphia AB R H St. Joost McCosky If Moses If Dllllnger 3b Lehner ct Suder 2b Valo rf Fain lb Tipton c Hooper p a -Hitchcock Bnsbie p Tota Paparella and Louis AB K H Off Chesnes 2. Jansen 2. SO By Jansen 3, Chesnes 2. U&R Off Jansen 7 and 4 In b innings, Hansen 0 and 0 In y, Inning. Wmner Chesnes (3-2). Loser Jansen 2-4 1 . V Gore, Stewart and Con-Ian. T 2:13. Second Game: Pittsburgh AB R Castiguon ss 4 Coogan lb 4 Kiner If 4 Rlckert rf 4 f-Strickland 0 Saffell cf 0 Fernandez 3b 4 Westlake cf 4 Murtaugh 2b 5 McCulough c 2 1 Demars 0 Kokos If 1 Thomas 3b 0 Sievers cf 4 3 Coleman rf 4 3 Moss c 4 2 Arft lb 2 2 Upton 2b 1 0 Friend 2b 2 OLenhardt lb 1 0 Ostrowskl p 3 (J Ferrick p 0 Fine p 0 4 u 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 d-Hoon e-Schenz Mueller c Chambers Main p Lombardl Werle p H .New Vorit AB R H 3 Stanky 2b 5 2 Lockman If 5 3 Irvin rf 2 1 Thomson cf 5 0 Rigney 3b 3 0 Thompsn 3b 2 1 Dark ss 5 1 Calderone c 3 Gilbert lb 0 Jones p 1 Maglle p 0 Hansen p 0 a-Maguire 1 Hlgbe p 0 b-Lohrke 0 Kramer p 0 c-Westrum Hartung p Koslo p g-Jorgensen 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 33 6 24 Totals 33 11 27 x Grounded Out for Conway In 9th. zz Flied Out for Feldman in 9th. z Ran for Partee in 9th. SCORE BV INNINGS: San Francisco 010 000 0012 Los Angeles 101 010 O0x-"-3 R Lodigianl. Moran (San Francisco 2; Baumholtz, Klein 2. (Los Angeles 31; E Glossop 2, Besse. H&R Off Feldman 11 and 3 in S, Besse 6 and 2 In 9. SO Bv Feldman 2, Besse 4. BOB Off Feldman 2. Besse 2. ER Off Feldman 3, Besse 2. HBP Fleming. LOB San Francisco 9, Los Angeles 8. 2B Baumholtz. Lucadello. Partee. 3B Maddern. HR Lodlgiani. RBI Klein, Layton 2, Lodlgiani, Grace. DP Conway to Moran to Fleming. T 2:05. U Gordon, Orr and Runge. (Second same, seven Innings) San Francisco 010 001 02 2 0 Los Angeles ...000 100 01 2 1 Johnson and Eastwood; Hamner and Novotney. STARS, OAKS SPLIT OAKLAND UP) Bob Hoffman's pop fly outfield single in the last of the seventh inning yesterday scored Ray Hamnck to give Oak land a 3-2 Coast league win over Hollywood and a split in their doubleheader before 10,820. Hollywood won the nine-inning first game 7-2. Oakland won the series, four games to three. First Game: Hollywood AB H O Oakland SUNSET LEAGUE L 11 11 14 14 15 18 18 19 Pet. G.B, .656 621 .633 .485 .464 .438 .419 .387 1l2 4 6a D 7 7'2 B'j Team W Mexicall 21 El Centro 18 Tijuana 16 SAN BERNARDINO . 13 Las Vegas ,. 13 Riverside 14 Yuma 13 Porterville 12 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS San Bernardino 9, 2; Riverside 4, 5, Yuma 1, 4; El Centro 3, 12. Mexicall 10. 4: Las Vegas 1. 5. Porterville 8, 0; Tijuana 7, 1 (second gams 11 innings). PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Team W L Pet. G.B San Diego 35 20 .636 Hollywood 31 22 .685 3 Oakland 27 24 .529 6 Lot Angeles 29 27 .518 6'2 Portland 26 26 .500 7A San Francisco 27 27 .500 72 Seattle 19 33 .365 14ia Sacramento zu 30 .J04 13 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco 2, 2; Los Angeles 3, 1 Hollywood 7, 2; Oakland 2, 3. Portland 6, 1; San Diego 5, 3. Seattle 3, 1; Sacramento 1, 2. HOW SERIES ENDED San Francisco 4, Los Angeles 3. Oakland 4, Hollywood 3. San Diego 5, Portland 2. Seattle 4, Sacramento 3. GAMES TOMORROW NIGHT Portland at Los Anoeles (Wrialev fieia, a:is p.m.) Houywooa at San Diego. Seattle at San Francisco. Oakland at Sacramento. AMERICAN LEAGUE Team W L Pet. G.B New York 20 8 .714 Detroit 16 9 .640 214 wasnington ie 11 .993 i't BOStOn ZU 14 .SBH 3 Cleveland 15 13 .536 5 Philadelphia 10 19 .345 10', St. LOUIS 7 ID .304 10'2 Lnicago o zu .zai n YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Washington 6, Detroit 2, New York 14, 12, Cleveland 5, 4. Boston 7, 3; Chicago 0, 4. Philadelphia 6, 8; St. Louis '11, 3. GAMES TODAY Washington (Scarborough 3-3) at De troit (Newhouser 0-1). Boston (MCDermott 3-1) at cnicago (K-jsava 0-3) (night). New York (Rasctii j z) at Cleveland leareia i-i) (nignt). (only games scheduled. ) NATIONAL LEAGUE L 10 11 13 13 15 13 14 19 Pet. G.B. 630 .607 i2 .536 .536 .500 .480 .417 .269 Hicks ss Handley 2b Paepke lb Kelleher If Conaster rf Baxes 3b Antonello cf Dapper c Wade p 1 4 Wilson ss 3 1 6 Lavageto 3b 4 2.8 Metkovich If 3 10 Rapp If 4 1 zimermn ID 4 1 Galan rf 3 5 Padgett c 3 2 Hofman 2b 2 0 Gassawy p 0 Nelson p 2 x-Van Roys 1 Gettel p 0 xx-Christphr 1 Totals 32 1 27 Totals 30 3 27 x Batted for Nelson In 7th. xx Batted for Gettel In 9th. SCORE BY INNINGS: Hollywood 230 010 0011 Oakland 200 000 000 2 R Hicks. Handley, Paepke 2, Conaster, Dapper. Wade (Hollywood 7); Wilson, Metkovich (Oakland 2). E Nelson. WinnerWade. Loser Nelson. H&R Off Wade 3 and 2 in 9 Innings, Gassaway 1 and 1 In S inning. Nelson 3 and 5 In 6i Innings, Gettel 3 and 1 in 2 innings. B Nelson. Gettel. SO By Wade 2, Nelson 3. Gettel. HBP Wade, Gassaway Nelson. W Off Wade 5, Gassaway 2, Nelson 2. HBP Handley by Gassaway. Dapper by Nelson, Hofman by Wade. LOB Hollywood 5. Oakland 7. 2B Wilson, Hicks. HR Metkovich, Paepke. SB Baxes RBf Kelleher, Baxes 2, Paepke 4. Metkovich 2. U Cunningham, Young. Powell and Engeln. T 2:23. (Second game): Hollywood 001 100 02 6 0 Oakland ,.010 100 13 5 0 Maltzberger and Sandlock; Groth and Noble. 3 5 Pet 1.000 8 10 Totals 31 a Vlicn Out fnr Hnnppr in 9th. M'OKE BY I.V.VIM.S: Philadelphia 300 000 000 8 St. Lnlll" 001 000 200 3 ETromaF, SlPverf. RBI !"Imer, Su- tnn 1 MC'osky. Tipton 2, Thomas. Suder. rniiaoeipRia H, M. Louis 4. BOB .aw uil Hooper 2. Ostrowskl 2. f errick 1 .333 1. SO Bv Hooner '2. OKtrnwslti 1. Hrl., ,2W sie I. H&R Off Ostrowskl 7 and 4 in .250 t innings (none out in 9th), Kerrlck 1 and i in vs innings. Hooper -j and 3 in 8 in- Totals M I H Totals 39 6 14 a Struck Out for Hansen In 2nd. b Singled for Higbe in 4th. c Walked for Kramer In 6th. d Singled for McCuJIough In 7th. e Ran for Hopp In 7th. f Sacrificed for Rlrkert In fth. g fouled Out for Koslo In Olh. M.flKK BY INNINGS PADRES, PORTLAND DIVIDE SAN DIEGO UP) Portland and San Diego split a doubleheader yesterday. Hillis Layne's single gave Portland a 6 to 5 win in the tenth inning of the opener. Al o o Olsen turned in his eighth pitching J triumph as San Diego took the 2 4 j abbreviated nightcap 3 to 1 before I 8,235. The Padres took the series, 2 Pi5"2-o o Portland 210 000 110 16 10 1 San Diego 002 001 200 05 7 1 Adams, Fleming (8) and Gladd; Wel- maker, Jurisich (2),2uverink (5), Rowe (8) and Moore. Portland 100 000 01 3 1 ;San Diego 003 000 x 3 6 1 Llnde and Gladd; Olsen and Tresn. SOLONS, SEATTLE SPLIT SACRAMENTO OP) Outfielder Joe Marty homered in the eleventh inning last night and the Sacramento Solons beat Seattle 2 ''.lt,h"'b !3o lot ioo- to 1 in the nightcap of a double-New York 010 104 0(10 '. , , . f, . Fernandez, Lockman. Dark. RBI neauer alter losing me opener o 10 l. beattie won the series, 4-3. hiner 3, Rlckert 2, i.'astiglione. Coogan f'alderone, Ijhrke. Stanky 2. Lockman, Thomson, Hopp. 2B Murtaugh, Calderone. 3B Kiner, Dark. S C'astlglione, .mrifHanrf IIP -ootiollno tn Mnrtnuoh 'ntfjto f'oogan, Coogan unassisted. Koslo to Stanky, Koslo to Calderone to Gilbert, Fernandez to Coogan. LOB Pittsburgh JO, rvew york n. boh orr ,ioncs i. Cham- Team W Brooklyn 17 Philadelphia 17 St, Louis 15 Boston 15 Pittsburgh 15 Chicago 12 New York 10 Cincinnati 7 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati 10, Brooklyn 9. St. Louis 6, 2; Philadelphia 5, 4. Pittsburgh 4, 8; New York 2, 6. Chicago 2, 3; Boston 3, 4. GAMES TODAY Cincinnati (Ramsdell 1-3) at Brooklyn (Newcombe 2-1) (night). (Only game scheduled.) CALIFORNIA LEAGUE Bakersfield 5, 1; Santa Barbara 6, 0. San Jose 6, 14; Modesto 7, 7. Stockton 5, 7; Fresno 6, 16. Ventura 8, 11; Visalia 5,4. Braves Wallop Chicubs Twice BOSTON (IP) Luis Olmo's two-run double in the seventh enabled the Boston Braves to defeat Chicago 4 to 3 in the second game of yesterday's doubleheader before 18,048 fans, after Johnny Sain had hurled the Braves to a 3 to 2 triumph in the opener. Sain posted his sixth win of the year .and Vera Bickford outlasted three Chicago flingers to rack up his second victory in the nightcap. Sain permitted nine safeties and Bickford only five. Walker Cooper's third homer since joining the Braves nina days ago proved the margin of victory in the opener. Klrst Game: Chicago AB R H Boston AB R H Chisox Break Losing Streak CHICAGO (TP) After running their losing streak to seven games by dropping the first half of a doubleheader 7 to 0, the White Sox came back to beat the Red Sov in the nightcap 4 to 3to the delight of 27,592 fans. Billy Pierce, slender lefthander, was the hero of the Chicago tri umph, the second for the White Sox in the last 15 games. Pierce not only held Boston to seven hits and retired Ted Williams, Vern Stephens and Walt Dropo with the tying run on base in the ninth, but batted in one run with a single. He walked seven but struck out the same number. Ellis Kinder allowed only four hits in the opener while winning his eleventh consecutive game from the White Sox and eighth in the last two seasons. Dropo and Birdie Tebbetts each batted in three runs in his support, First Game: Boston AB R H Chicago AB R H DIMagglo cf 4 0 0 Adams cf TROMBLEY BREAKS INTO MONEY LIST Snead Subdues Jitters, Wins Western Second Year in Row Pesky 3b 3 Williams If 5 Stephens ss 3 Dropo lb 3 Zarilla rf 2 Doerr 2b 3 Tebbetts c 4 Kinder p 4 4 0 2 1 1 Fox 2b 3 0 0 0 1 Philley rf 4 0 0 2 1 Maleskl 3b 4 0 1 2 1 Ostrowskl If 4 0 0 0 0 Masl c 3 0 0 0 0 Carrasql ss 4 0 0 2 2 Goldbry lb 3 0 1 0 1 Wight p 3 0 0 Totals 3t 7 7 Totals 32 0 4 SCORE BY INNINGS: Boston mi 000 1107 Chlcniro ooo "00 lino 1 E SteDhens. RBI Tenhetts 3, Kinder, DroDO 3. 2B Adnms. HR DroDO. Teb betts. S Zarilla. DP Carrasouel to Golds- berry. LOB Boston 5. Chicago 7. BOB Off Kinder 2. Wieht 7. SO By Kinder 4. Wight 3. PB Tebbetts. Winner Kinder (d-4), looser wignt i-qj. u tiuriey, ivic-Gowan, Honochick and McKinley. T 2:04. Second Game: Boston AB R II Chicago AB R II Dlmaggio ct 5 0 0 Adams cf SI Pesky 3b 4 1 Williams If 3, 0 Stephens ss 5 0 Dropo lb 3 0 Zarilla rf 3 1 Doerr 2b 4 1 Rosar c 4 0 Dobson D 2 0 b-Tebbetts OOO Carrasql ss 3 0 1 c-Stringer OOO Pierce p 401 Masterson p 0 0 II Chicago 0 Adams cf 2 Phillev rf 1 Michaels 2b 2 0 Maleskl 3b 4 0 Zernial If, 1 Goldbry lb 2 Malone c 0 a-Bushy 1 Mas! c 0 Carrasql ss 0 Pierce p 0 0 n 1 2 0 o 1 3 0 1 n o Totals 33 3 7 Tnlals 32 4 10 a Ran for Malone In 6th. ti Walked for Dobson In Rth. c Ran for Tebbetts In 8th. SCORE BY INNINGS: Boston 100 002 0003 Chicago 001 100 20x I K Adams. Km zarilla. Ph ev. Pierre. DiMaeEio. Maleskl. Goldsberrv. 2B Ma- jeski. 3B Adams, Williams, Goldsberry. SB Pesky, Williams. S Dobson. Michaels. DP bteohens to Doerr to DroDO. zernial to Michaels. LOB Boston 11, Chicago 9. BOB Dobson 4, Pierce 7. SO Dobson 1, Pierce 7. H&R Off Dobson 10 and 4 n 7 innings, Masterson 0 and 9 in 1. Winner pierce (2-:i). Loser uonsnn (4-.ii. u McGowan. Honochick. McKinlev and Hur ley. T 2:21. A 27,592. Argentina Driver Wins Monte Carlo 512-Miler MONTE CARLO (LP) Juan Man uel Fangio of Argentina won the 318 kilometer (512 miles) Grand Prix of Monte Carlo yesterday with a time of three hours, 13 minutes, 18.7 seconds. Alberto Ascari of Italy was sec ond and Louis Chiron of France third, while Harry Shell, the only U. S. driver in the field, did not finish. LOS ANGELES UP) Sam Snead suffered a severe case of last round jitters yesterday but fin. any tigntenoa his golf game enough to win the $15,000 Western Open championship for the second year in a row. The slammer from West Vir ginia staggered in with a 73, two strikes over par, and a 72-hole total of 282 that nosed out chal lenging Dutch Harrison and big Jim Ferrier by one slim stroke. Three strokes back of Snead when the final round began, Harrison came in with a 71, and Ferrier, four strokes off the pace yesterday morning, shot a 70, leaving thorn tied at 283. A gallery of 3,000 wind-blown, chilled spectators groaned and suffered with Sam as he came near collapsing and either losing or throwing this forty-seventh annual Western into a three-way tie. DECIDING BREAK The deciding break, as things turned out, came when Snead reached the forteenth green. Harrison and Ferrier had already finished and the count at this stage was all tied between the three. Then Snead chipped up from 25 feet out and the ball came to rest three feet from the cup. The gallery held its silence as he putted, for just a moment before, on the thirteenth, the jittery star had missed a 24-inch putt. But this one went in, and the battle was all but over. Snead had to par the remaining four holes, and he did it. In fact, he almost birdied the eighteenth with a long putt that rimmed the cup. But he didn't need the birdie. He was already in. The triumph was worth $2,600 and brought the Snead earnings from golf triumphg this year to $17,720. Leading finishers and money winners: ' Sam Snead, Whits Sulphur Springs, W. Va., 09.71-69-73-282 S2,M0). E. J. (Dutch) Harrison, St. Andrsws, III., 70-73-69-71283 (11,650). Jim Ferrier, San Francisco, 71-73-69-70283 (31,650). Dr. Cary Middlecoff, Ormond latent Fla 71-71-72-70284 ($1,150). Ed Oliver, Ksnmors, Wash., 74-72-73-67286 ($900). Paul Runyan, Patadsni, 7t-74-70-70- 286 ($900). Jimmy Clark, Huntington Batch, 79- 69- 75-72286 ($900). x Bruce McCormlck, Lot Angslta, 73- 71-71-72287. Ellsworth Vlnts, Lot Angtlts, 74-71- 70- 73289 ($700). Ed Furgol, Royal Oak, Mich., 73-71- 71- 75290 ($540). Lloyd Mangrum, Lot Angtlts, 71-71- 74- 73290 ($540). Lawson Little, Montirty, 74-70-7(1-7$ 290 ($540). Bill Nary, Chlno, 71-71 -70-75-S92 ($322). Gene. Kunat, Cleveland 73-74-71-74 292 ($322). Fay Coleman, Lot Angeles, 74-72-72-74292 ($322). Zell Eaton, Montebello, 75-72-72-73 292 ($322). Ralph Ouldahl, San Diego, 71.74-7$. 72- 292 ($322). Ui.ru Raael I nm AnneU. 7K7l.7t. 69294 ($200). Willie Hunter, Santa Monica, 73-78- 72- 71294 ($200). Jack Qage, Lot Angelet, 69-73-77-7$ 297 ($142). William Trombley Jr., San Bernardino, 69-73-77-78297 ($142). Ted Doriut, San Dltgs, 80-74-74-89 297 ($142). Harry Cooper, North Hollywood, 74- 73- 73-77297 ($142). Marty Furgol, Albuquerque, N. M., 73-74-75-75297 ($142). x Mao Hunter, Lot Angelet, 71-75-78-73297. Herb Hall, Lot Angtltt, 73-73-7S-77 298 ($52.50). Walter Porterfield, Long Beach, 74. 78-72-74298 ($52.50). Joe Klrkwood Jr., Beverly Hillt, 77. 71-71-79--298 ($52.50). Ralph Blomqultt, Eagle Rock, 77-72-76-73 98 ($52,50). (x Amateur). SEVEN MORE QUALIFY FOR INDIANAPOLIS '500' INDIANAPOLIS (IP) Seven more cars qualified yesterday for the Memorial day 500-mile speedway classic, and all appeared assured of starting berths. President and general manager Wilbur Shaw revised upward his estimate of the qualifying speed necessary to get a position in the 33-car field to 128.5 m.p.h. Myron Fohr of Milwaukee, Wis., logged the fastest time for the four-lap, 10-mile qualification with a speed of 131.714 m.p.h. He drove the Bardahl Special. There still were 11 positions open for the famous "500." Yesterday's slowest time was that of Cliff Griffith of Indianapolis who drove the Sarafof Special owned by Tom Sarafof of Terre Haute, Ind., at 129.014. The second fastest driver of the day was Bayliss Levrett of Glen-dale, California, in the Palmer Special. He wheeled a car owned by Richard L. Palmer of Indianapolis to a 131.181 average. Others who qualified were: Paul Russo of Hammond, Ind., in his own car, the Russo Nichels Special. Time 130.790. Henry Banks of Compton, California, in the IRC Special entered by Indianapolis Racing Cars Inc. Time 129.646. Dick Rathmann, Alhambra, California, in the A. J. Special owned hv A J. Watsnn nf filpndale. Cali fornia. Time 130.928. Walt Brown of Massapequa, Long Island, N. Y., in Tuffy's Offy owned by Charles JPritcharo or Blue Island, 111. Time 130.454. TrwilliEr 2b 5 0 0 Jethrne cf 4 u l J orjjeson 10 4 1 2 Olmo If 4 0 0 Elliott 3b 2 0 0 Cooper c 4 1 1 Marshall tt 4 o 0 Ward lb 1 Cavaretta lb 4 Kdwards rf 4 Sauer If Pafko cf Walker c Smalley ss Jackson 3b Mlnper p Hlller p a-serena b-Ramazzottl 0 2 Sistl 2b 1 Kerr ss 0 0 Sain p u x 0 0 0 1 0 0 Seattle 000 001 000 001 8 1 Sacramento .. 000 010 000 012 10 0 Fletcher and Salkeld; Evans and Rai-mondi. 'Club Oaks, last year's San Ber-! S'?K' o.'I'i 'iJ"1.1 in$n Bridie ' so-By chambers 2, Koslo j. h 'r-1 , ', - , ; ,,, '! ,"T J, orr Jones 4 and 5 n 1 inning (pilrhei losi-r -- Ostrowskl i'2-i. V Paparella, 1 .1 hMtor. In Vn,ll Molie . (I In Hubbaid and P.ornmel, Tt-2,01. A 7,421. nardino City AA champs, open their home season at Perris Hill park tonight at 8:15, entertaining .. the third place Etiwanda Reginas; Silver Fire WlllS in the feature tilt of tonight's i Af A..m CnWanta American Nightball league menu, j 1 M9ua v-Ulienre Joe Vasquez' Oaks nine has dropped but one tussle, a 3-2 heartbreaker to undefeated Riverside, which came about on a innings. Hansen 0 and 0 In ' In ning-i. Hibe .'J and 1 In 2 Innings, Kramer 2 and 1 in 2 Innings. Chambers 9 and It In innings (pitched to .'1 batters in jthi. Main z ana i in -ft innings, iimuaini and 0 in Innings, Hartung 2 and 3 in 0 (Pitched to .) battrs In 7lhi, Werle 0 and ( in .1 Innings. Koslo .i and 0 In .1 Innings. Winner Chambers (5-2i. Loser Jones -Stewart, Conlan and Gore. T Kramer Ends Long Tennis Tour With si Win Over Gonzales AGUA CALIENTE, Mr. OPi Apprentice rider Harold Adams A m2 piloted Silver Fire to a neck vie- t d A" . tory yesterdav at the Hinodrnmn ' I cnric55c6 DOXer TT I Hi dropped fly ball. Club Oaks upset;dr; Tijuana's featured Reno handi-: Flppf Hpnvv Titlp the Supper Club a week ago, 3-l, car). rieei neuTy i me with Charley Trujillo tossing. : SAN DIEGO rtPi-Kirby Seals, Hell take the mound tonight m ' sprint 195, Jackson, Tenn., representing facing Buzz Thierichen of Frank the mjo f v 2 the West Coafjt flcet Saturday E lenas Reginas. Such ve erans as Djna B - ni ht outpointed Allcn wnliams, G erm Kelley Pete Tully, BUI , the stmch il80 Norwalk representing Blatnick and Cliff Deason P '520, -511.40 and 57.40. Dina Bam Hii, to win the all-Navy heavy- tfie X-tlWanda attaCK. .rotumnd 15 1 r An -j wsinht rhamninnchin hpfnrp a .p.j..j aiiu 'i.'J ariQ V31 o ' '-'"' .-"" i' - .crowd of 7,000 in Balboa stadium. Earl Williams, 140, Hogansville, Ga., representing Hawaii, who defeated Abraham Haynes, 144, Sel-ma, Ala., of the West Coast fleet for the welterweight crown was I awarded the Jack Kennedy memorial trophy for the outstanding boxer in the tournament. Riverside goes after its fifth ?Mn jaid straight at Bloomington, facing the Lumbermen and their ace, Spud KUM"p I FAfllEC Mnro-an Etiwanda fell to Morean. !m 1 lx u LXMVjUCi 5-1 Friday, and so could the TVs. j "The third battle comes at Lynch! rreld in Redlands, where the St. Mary's nine entertains the Colton Mercs at 8:15. The San Eernar-dino Supper Club is idle, playing host to Bloomington Wednesday. SAN FRANCISCO UPi Eric Pedley scored six goals yesterday to lead the Golden Gale poloists to a 13-5 victory over San Mateo in the fourth game of the 1950 Inauguration polo series. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 4, 8: Milwaukee 2, 6. Louisville 3, 2: Kansas City 0, 4. Columbus at St. Paul, ppd., rain. Toledo at Minneapolis, ppd., rain. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Montreal 1, 2; Toronto I, 13. Syrac-jse 5, 8; Jersey City 7. 5. Springfield 0. 0; Baltimore 17, 3. Rochester 6, 6; Buf'alo 9 1. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta 4, 3; Birmingham 2, 0. Chattanooga 10, 4; Little Rock 9. 5. New Orleans 19, Mobile 1 (second flame ppd., rain.) Nashville 1, 5; Memphis 5. 1. TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas 5, Fort Worth 4. San Antonio 3. Beaumont 4. Tulsa 10, 10; Oklahoma City 5, 3, Houston 2, 0,- Shreveport 6, 3. Italians Advance MONDORFK, Luxembourg (Pi The Italian tennis team advanced yesterday to the third round of the European zone Davis Cup play by winning its third victory over Luxembourg. DAYTON, Ohio (P) Jack Kramer and Richard (Pahcho) Gonzales wound up their national professional tennis tour here yesterday just like they started with Kramer winning. The scores this time were 6-2, 3-6, 6-3. That gave the handsome Kramer 94 wins against 29 losses on his cross-country jaunt with the 1949 U. S. amateur king. Bobby Riggs, promoter of the tour, said aiter the match that Kramer would accept challenges from leading amateurs for another tour once the summer amateur tourneys are over. Riggs, asked if that meant Gonzales was through as a touring pro, wouldn't say. Gonzales was guaranteed $60,000 to join the pros, Some 3,000 fans were here today. Broncs Beat Loyola I .OS ANGELES, May 21 (IP) Ccnterfielder Joe Nally belted two home runs today to lead the Santa Clara Broncos to a 10 to 5 victory over Loyola university in a non-conference baseball game. ' Totals 36 2 9 Totals SO 3 6 a Singled for Hiller in 9th. b Ran for Serena in 9th. SCORE BY INNINGS: Chicago 000 000 1102 Huston 000 003 (Km it L Terwilliger. RBI Winner. Cavaretta. Olmo, Cooper 2. 2B Jethroe. HR-xCooper, Cavaretta. SB Ward, Sistl, Torgeson. Ol mo. LOB Chicago 9, Boston 6. BOB Off Minner 3, Sain 2. SO By Mlnner 2, Hlller 1, Sain 2. H&R Off Mlnner 6 and 3 in 7'i Innings. Hiller 0 and 0 In innings. Winner Sain (6-2). Loser Mlnner (0-2). U Boggess, Warneke and Pin-elli. T 2:07, Second Came: Thlrago AH R Terwlllgr 2b 2 1 Verban 2b 1 0 f'avaretta lb 4 2 Edwards rf 4 0 Sauer If 4 0 Pafko cf 4 0 Smalley ss .'1 0 Jackson 3b 0 fi Owen c 3 0 b-Walker 1 0 Vnder Mcr p 2 0 Dubiel p 1 fl Hiller d 0 0 c-RamazzntU 0 0 d-Schcffing 1 0 H Boston A.B 1 Jethroe cf 4 0 Torgeson lb 3 2 Olmo If 2 Klllott 3b 0 Cooper c 0 Marshall rf 0 Sistl 2b 0 a-Relser 0 Mauch 2b 0 Kerr ss 0 Bickfard p 0 n 0 0 Totals 33 3 r, Totals 30 4 8 a Walked for Sistl In 6th. 1) Grounded Into Farce Play for Owen In 9th. c Ran for Walker In 9th. d Fouled Out for Hiller in 9th. K(OKK BV IN.MNOS: Chicago 200 001 000 II Boston 000 101 Udx I K Cavaretta, Sistl. RBI Kdwards 2, Pafko, Klllott, Olmo 2. (Olmo scored when Cooper hit into double play). 2B Sistl, Kdwards, Olmo, Cavarctla. SB Terwllllger 2. DP Cavaretto to Smalley, Jackson to Verban to Cavaretta. I.OB Chicago 6. Boston 7. BOB Off Vander-Meer 4, Dubiel . Bickford 3. SO Bv Vander Menr 3. Hlller 1. Bickford 3. Hilt Off VanderMeer 4 and ,2 in 5 innings (none out In 6th), Dubiel 3 and 2 In li Innings, Hlller 1 and 0 In 1 Innings. Winner Bickford (2-4). f-oser Dubiel (1-3). u Warneke, Pinelll and Boggess. T 2:17. A 18,048. No-Hitter Hurled by Centrals' Rodriquez Andy Rodriquez, who did a spot of outfielding for the Valley college Indians this season, went on the mound for the San Bernardino Centrals yesterday and pitched a no-hit-no-run game against the Redlands Eagles at Redlands. The final score was: Centrals, 8 to 0. Rodriquez struck out eight Eagles. His perfect performance was marred only by four bases on balls. Central! 230 003 0008 13 1 Eaglet OOO 000 0000 0 2 Rodriquez & R. Lopez; Hornbuckle, Vaught (6) 4. Madrid. ZAGREB, Yugoslavia (JP) Belgium's tennis team defeated Yugoslavia yesterday to gain a place in the third round of the European zone Davis Cup tennis tournament ' high whiskey prices? 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