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Braves Favored In Series As Bob Buhl Returns To Form BT UNITED TKESS INTERNATIONAL Bob Buhl's sudden and amazing return to pitching stardom made it more likely than ever today the Milwaukee Braves will be favored over the New York Yankees in this year's World Series. While the Yankees, who suffered their first "losing month" in Casey Stengel's 10-year managerial reign during August, slum- 1 •bled into September still in search 'of starting pitchers. Buhl returned to action .Monday and hur- -lod an impressive 2-1 triumph •over the Chicago Cubs in the first 'game of a doubleheader. Buhl, an 18-game winner two straight seasons, had been on the shelf since May 13 with a sore •Shoulder — but he came "all the way back" in one stunning game. Buhl's victory, which adds him (o the long list of Braves' starting pitchers including Lew Bur- ttette, Warren Spahn, Carlton Willey and Joey Jay, made unhappy reading for" Stengel, who still is looking for somebody to back up Bob Turley, his 20-game winner and only dependable starter. Cubs Batter Rush The Braves' 9-3 second-game loss to the Cubs, in which Bob Rush was battered, didn't make things any brighter for Stengel. iThe Yankee skipper, after seeing •Bobby Shantz beaten by the Red 'Sox, 4-2, in their opener, got a ;'4-2 win m the nightcap from Duke •Maas, who hardly figures now as '"•& Series pitcher. In the other holiday twin bills: Detroit swept two from Kansas i.City, 7-4 and 5-1; Baltimore de- j fealed Washington, 2-0 and 10-1; :.Cleveland beat the Chicago While i Sox twice, 6-5 and 7-1;, the San ^Francisco Giants took :, e c o n t .place in the National League by 'sweeping Los Angeles, 8-6 anc Uhen 6-5 in a 16-inning thriller JiPittsburgh dropped to third b; Closing to Philadelphia, 9-0, afte •-•winning the opener, 5-2; and St i;iLouis beat Cincinnati, 9-3, afte losing the opener, 1-0. . After Ernie Banks singled horm ;the Cubs' only run off Buhl, th> :-Braves got their two runs in thi : fourth on four singles and a walk : Then the Cubs took the nightcap blasting Rush out in a four-rin Page 10 Lebanon Daily News, Lebanon, Pa., Tuesday, ; September 2, 1958 third inning. Banks led the 11-hit Cub attack with three singles. Beats Yanks Again Ted Bowsfield, Red Sox rookie southpaw, beat the Yankees for the third time in three weeks in their opener, holding the A. L. leaders to four hits. Maas, -a Yankee "second line" hurler also hurled a four-hitter in the nightcap but, the Yanks needed two unearned rims to win. Willie Mays' five hits, including his 2Gth homer, led the Giants to their opening win. Mays also homered in the nightcap, but that was almost forgotten in late-inning dramatics. Bob Schmidt of the Giants homered in the ninth to tie the score at 4-4. After the Dodgers scored one in the 16th Vhitey Lockman homered to lie he score at 5-5 and then Ray Ja- •lonski scored all the way from irst with the winning run on er- ors by Carl Furillo and John loseboro. The Pirates won their opener Behind Vern Law's six-hit pitch- ng but ran into the "old" Curl Sirnmons in the nightcap. The Phil southpaw yielded only four lits and fanned seven batters. Mizell Pitches Shutout Vinegar Bend Mizell gave four "ills and nine walks but still pitched a shutout for the Cards Bethel, Adamstown In LV Playoff Finals Bethel and Adamstown moved into the finals of the Lebanon Valley League Shaughriessy playoffs with victories over the weekend. Bethel swept two games from Newmansto\yn by scores of 8-5 and 11-5, while the Hatters took Robesonia twice, 8-5 and 5-1. The two finalists will now meet in' a series which will begin this Saturday at Bethel -with the second game scheduled for Sunday at A'damstown. * * * The Firemen, who won the regular league championship, scored six runs in the first two innings on Saturday at Bethel and the and Byrd Stoudt slammed Maroons never caught up. Larry. Baver and Dick Evans shared the hill duties for the Firemen and limited Newmanstown to five hits. The Firemen, in the meantime, got to Gordon Miller for three in the first frame and, when the Maroon starter was tagged for "two more markers in the second, Claude Dueil took over the rest of the way. He allowed one marker in the second and then gave up two more in the sixth. Harvey Stambaugh led the winners at: the plate with three runs Crawford Is Upset Kid In Net Tourney Maroons gave way to Dick Sechrist and Russ n their opener to snap the Red- ,egs' six-game winning streak. Then the Redlegs got hot again with 1C hits, including four by Smokey Burgess, to win the night- A three-run homer in the opener by Minnie Minoso and a sim ilar blow in the nightcap by Vic Power sparked the Indians to their sweep over Chicago, cutting the Sox' second-place lead to one game over Boston. A five-run fifth inning carriec Al Cicotte to victory in the Ti opening game. Frank Boll ing, who scored two runs in thai one, slammed two homers in the nightcap as Paul Foytack wen the route to win on a four-hitter Southpaws Jack Harshman, who gave up four hi's, and Bill; O'Dell, who scattered 11, pilchet route-going wins for the Orioles to keep them in fourth place. Daily NEWS Photo. KEN BOWMAN, Palmyra High School's new football coach, observes handoff during a practice session as the Palms prepare for a rugged schedule ahead. Barry Shirk receives a handoff from Larry Hoover with Sam Miller (left) and Bob Cole, two hacks, taking mental notes. Valley View Shooter Wins Most Honors Here Tom Coleman, of Valley View, won most of the honors at the Lebanon Valley Gun Club's 17th pre-Labor Day-Flyer Shoot, held Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Sportsman's Grove, north of Myerstown. The weather was just fine for the shoot with enough wind to make the flyers very elusive, and many of the competitors had trouble hitting the target. Coleman, however, wound up the four days of shooting with a score of 88 out of 95, including a perfect 25x25 in the E. E. (single trigger) Miller Memorial Shoot held on Sunday with 72 en- ries. Coleman was in a shoot off for he trophy on Thursday but' lost o J. Matthew, of New Jersey. Friday he was high with 23 x 25, and Saturday he captured high n the singles event in a shoot off. • The Ladies trophy was won by vlrs. Comly, of New Jersey, on Saturday and Mrs. Gordon Yoc- American League Is Not Dead, Just Sick (First Of A Series) NEW YORK (fP)—The American League is not dead, just sick. That's what a lot of people in .the rival National League think. ^They can't understand why the seven other clubs in the junior circuit hate the Yankees. Without the championship New York team to fight its battles virtually year aft- :er year, the American League • would really be dead. '. As soon as the Yankees wrap up the 1958i flag, they will have won JO pennants in the last 12 years If you accept wartime baseball as normal (1944-45), the Yankee; have won 17 of the last 21 races * * * Since the Yankees slartcc clamping a haminerlock on the 'World Series in 1947, only the Cleveland Indians have been able to break into the monotonous string of triumphs. They won it in 1948 and again in 1954. Since then they have fallen from eminence Today, despite the denials of top officials and club owners, the American League is in a disorganized state. -A- * * The Washington Senators' Calvin Griffith, disgusted with the wa> his perennial second division clubs have been drawing, wants to move to Minneapolis. His colleagues fearful that the National League might leap into 1he nation's capi tal. won't let him. With Cleveland a certainly to dip to a new 13 - year low in attendance this season, William Daley, the Indians' board chair man, also wants to move to Min neapolis. * * ^ Latest attendance figures show that the National League is outdrawing the American by more than 2,300,000. Every club'in the junior circuit shows a decrease in ittendance from last year. Even the Yankees. It is no secret why. All semblance of a pennant race disappeared as far back as last May. The biggest sufferers have been Chicago, Boston and Cleveland. Their deficit would have been much worse had it not been for the Yankees, the only attraction left. New York will soon represent one third of all the road attendance in the league, nils means that six-sevenths of: the time, the other clubs aren't drawing much more than enough to make ex penses. * * * Whose fault is it? The Yankees who are dominating their league so completely as to kill off all interest? The other seven clubs, who appear to have the deep-seated conviction that the Yankees simply cannot be beaten? Wherever the fault lies, the situation today appears worse than ever. The current Yankee team, Clem Defeats Round Table, Sets Record By UNITED TRESS IXTKKXATIONAT,, Clem cracked a 26-year-old track record and Round Table pulled within $50,000 of Nashua's all-time record for thoroughbred earnings in Monday's richest horse race. Clem, carrying only 110 pounds, defeated Round Table by 3'A lengths in the $13fl,650 Washington Park Handicap at Arlington Park. Clem's 1:34 clocking clipped two-fifths of a second off the track record for a mile set by Equipoise 26 years ago under 328 pounds. Round Table, carrying top weight of 131, stumbled coming out of the gate but made a gallant stretch bid under Willie Shoemaker to take the $25,000 .second money. Round Table now has won $1,240.114 for the Kerr Stable and is only $48,451 behind Nashua's record SI,2fl8,5fi5. Cl?m paid $21,80, $8.-10 and $5.00 Attendance Up In National Loop For Labor Day By UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Attendance at National League baseball games on the Labor Day holiday was almost 50 per cent higher than a year ago, boosting;for his first ]!T>8 stake triumph, route to Salt" Lake city where he which Manager Casey Stengel ad mits is not as good as any of his previous pennant winners, is winning easier than any of his eight previous champions. Tempers Flare As Eagles Lose To Green Bay GREEN BAY, Wis. (UPD— Some National Football League teams are having trouble scoring touchdowns in pre-season game: tliis year, but they could give sev era! current boxers lessons in throwing punches. There were almost as many fights as touchdowns Monday dur ing the Green Bay Packers' 20-17 over the Philadelphia There were three fis Sandia And Swarfz Loll Birds Win 100-Mile Race The Lebanon Valley Racing Pigeon Club held its second young bird series of racing from Frederick, Maryland (100 air miles) on Sunday with a bird from the Sandia and Shwartz loft coming in first. A total of 3703 pigeons were liberated with the Lebanon Club releasing 174. The Sandia and Shwartz lofl also grabbed the second place di ploma and Cliff Shwartz took third. The special diploma was awarded to Richard Bairn. The winning bird flew the 100 miles in one hour, 52 minutes and one second averaging 1334.43 yards per minute under ideal weather conditions. The next race will be held Sunday, Sept. 7 from Warrington, Virginia, a distance of 150 air miles. The results: Loft Mrs. Mln. Sec. Yards Per. MIn. urn, of West Virginia, was Hi- ady for three days. In the Thursday competition ihere were 24 entries in a 20-flyer shoot with five shooters tied with 18 hits. They were: J. Mat:hews, of New Jersey, who won iheshoot off; Dr. Harnon, Reading; C. Cromer, North Carolina; T. Coleman, and H. Kimmel, both of Valley View. There were 28 entries in the 25-flyer race on Friday which was won by Coleman with 23 x 25. A total of 49 entries competed in the 25-flyer shoot on Saturday with H. T. Horst. Reading and M. Riegel, Loyalton, recording perfect scores. Horst then won tiie shoot -off; Dr. Harnon, Read- Riegel hit only 9 of 10. In a single barrel competition on Saturday A. Chub and Coleman tied at 19 with Coleman winning the shoot off with 10 x 10. Coleman's perfect score won the Miller Memorial Shoot for him over 72 entries on Sunday. The runner-ups were E. E. Plank, Tom Heffele and E. E. Barr, each with 24. FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (UPD— The sluggers from under the Southern Cross rode as high, wide and handsome as expected in the U.S. amateur tennis championships today and the only American excitement was generated by a blond "upset kid" from Stanford. Four of the Kangaroo Kids from Australia — Ashley Cooper, Mai Anderson, Neale Fraser and Ron Laver—composed the hard core of the round of 16. And today Cooper was favored to lead the field into the quarter-finals. But, while Uncle Sam's chances of keeping the Forest Hills silverware weren't too bright, there were lusty cheers for the trio of upsets turned in by 19-year-old Chris Crawford of Piedmont, Calif. The big, blond youngster displayed a whistling service and a courageous all-court game as he overpowered Gardnar Mulloy, a esda, Md., with the loss of only one set and Laver lost only nine games in a straight set win over Roger Werksman of Los Angeles. Ham Richardson, America's top hope'and seeded third in the tournament, scored a straight set win over his Davis Cup teammate, Sammy Giammalva of Houston, Tex.; "former Wimbledon champion Dick Savitt won the same way against David Harum of Coral Gables, Fla., and intercollegiate champion Alex Olmedo of Grpmis.a Los Angeles easily dumped Ron olmberg of Brooklyn. In the Sunday game the Maroons were limited to five hits again, this time by big Frank Etchberger. The game was close until the seventh when the Firemen erupted for four runs to just about sew,things up. Dean Se Christ started for the and finally Troutman. _Kahl each hit homers for the Lebanon Countians but they needed more help. * * * Siv runs in the fifth inning clinched things for Adamstown on the home field Saturday. When the Hatters sent Chub Kiscadden to the showers in the fifth the score was tied at 2-2. The Pioneers made ~a gallant bid to get back in the game with a three run rally in the ninth but they were still short by three. The Sunday game at Robesonia was decided early when the Hatters scored four markers off Otto Schnee in the opening inning. Carl Usner held the Pioneers to seven hits and one run to give Adamstown its second straight win. * * * Saturday Gum* Newmanstowu Bethel ab r h rbl 5 1 1. 1 Noll.rf time-tested internationalist, in the first round; bounced bright young Davis Cup prospect Barry MacKay in the second and then flattened one of the fearsome young Aussies, 20-year-old Bob Mark, 8-6, 3-6, 6-3 to reach the fourth round. Cooper, the Wimbledon champion upset in the finals last year by his teammate, Anderson, romped over Mike Crane of Oakland with the loss of only two games in three sets. Anderson, top-seeded, had a more difficult time eliminating Bill Quillian of Seattle, 8-6, 6-3, 6-2, but won going away when he pulled out all the stops. Fraser tamed Don Dell of Beth- Sandia and Shwartz 1 Sandia and Shwartz L Cliff Shwartz : n. Bairn 2 Grant Weik 2 John Welk 2 K. Bostic 2 Ray Den- i B. Brosiuj i Storm Achenbach .. 2 W. Rcinert 2 C. Bersner 2 S. X. Santangelo .. 3 H. Kurtz 3 52 01 53 02 59 13 04 17 02 39 If) 09 10 15 49 U 50 19 14 27 33 37. 57 36 22 02 1334.43 1322.42 1236.58 1234.26 1216.20 1146.25 1128.49 1123.18 1111.39 1086.33 1075.36 013.69 804.30 789.56 victory Eagles. fights and one almost touched off| a full-scale player brawl. The officials finally tossed Forester, Packer guard, and Len Szafaryn, Eagle tackle, out of the game for fighting. Earlier, Forester and quarterback Norm Van Brockliri of the Eagles brought players swarming off both benches when they began swinging. In the football section of the game, fullback Howie Ferguson plunged two yards for Green Bay's decisive touchdown in the final minutes. Ferguson put the ball in position by surprising the Eagles witli a 26-yard pass to Al Carmichael. The SCORE BOARD Eastern League Ferree Wins First Major Golf Tourney VANCOUVER, B.C. (UPD—Re- member the name: Purvis James Ferree. He won the rich British Columbia Centennial golf championship here Monday. Today he is en both major leagues 14.R per cenllNndir lost second money to Round!must be over the 1957 holiday figure? International A United Press i-urvey disclosed turned out lo see Hie four doubleheaders in the National League Monday, compared to only 78,759 last year—an increase of 47.2 per cent. Although the American League total was off slightly more than 1,000 fans, the N.L. boom gave ihe majors a total of 200,275 for the holiday, compared to 173,532 last year. There were two factors in the N.L. increase—a Milwaukee crowd that was almost 7,000 bigger than any crowd ]ast year, plus the fact (he Giants and Dodgers played a Iwo admission, morning - afternoon twin bill in San Franri.sco. Table in a photo finish. F.ddie Aracaro guided Warhead, 115.9!G fansia (i lo 1 shot, to ;i five-length tri- !threat considered, a major even if the fans Ihcre never heanl of him. The young pro from Winslon- umph in Bdnionl's §30,250 JeromeiSalcm. N.C., picked up $6,430 in Handicap. Piano Jim was second and Jester third. The winner finished the mile event, in 1:37 1-5 and pair! $14.00. Munch, a filly owned by Tarlan Stable, rallied to win the $61,150 Atlantic City Handicap by four lengths and provide jockey Howard Grant with his fourth victory of the day. Hilisdale was second and LiJ. Fella third in the mile - and • three - sixteenths turf event. The winner was clocked in 1:57 and paid $17.RO. Bumpy Road, tho bay gelding "But this is just what he need- Ihe cd to give him the confidence," Ihe $50,000 Vancouver event— more than he had earned all year. said tournament supervisor Har vey Raynor. "The other pros knew before that he had all the tools. He'll be tough from now on.' Ferree, -never before a major tournament winner, had rounds ol 69-61-f>9-71—270. Billy Casper received $3,600 for second on rounds of 71-fi(j-G8-(>f>-27l. Tied for third who set a six-furlong Rockingham were two more of (he year's top Park Ir.-u'k record of 1:09 recent-; money winners, Ken Vcnluri ant American W L, 'civ York SI 5 lucago 69 6 Boston 57 $ Baltimore 54 R Pel .614 .527 .519 .496 .488 .4flf> .454 .415 GB ii',4 15 V4 IS'/, 17 21 26 Detroit 63 ,.„ Cleveland 64 RK <an.jas City 59 71 Washington 54 76 Monday's Result* Boston 4. New York 2 1st New York A. Boston 2 2nd. Detroit 7, K. City 4 1st, morn. Det. 5, Kan. City 1 2nd, afternoon Baltimore 2. Wash. 0 1st Baltimore 10, Washington 1 2nd Cleveland 6, Chicago 5 1st Cleveland 7. Chicago 1 2nd Sunday's Result* New York 7, Washington 6 Boston 3. Baltimore 2 Cleveland 3, Kansas City 2 11 innings Chicago 3. Detroit 0 Saturday'* Kr.iul<« Washington 3, New York 1 Baltimore 7, Boston 2 Detroit 6. Chicago 3 Cleveland 8, Kansas City 6 14 innings Tuesday's Probable Pitchers Detroit at Kansas City—Moford (3-7) ,-s. Orim (4-5). Baltimore at Washington night—H. Brown (6-3) vs. Ramos f 12-13). Boston at New York night—Sisler (7-7) vs. Monrc-e (2-1). Only games scheduled. Wednesday's Gimei Chicago at Detroit night Kansas City tt Cleveland night Baltimore at Washington night Boston at New York night National League W I, Milwaukee va 54 San Francisco 70 fil Pittsburgh fif) S2 Split double headers in the North ern Division, and sweeps by the two low teams in the Southern circuit, marked the Labor Day play in the Eastern League. Williamsport held on to its one- game lead in the Northern Division, splitting a twin bill with lowly Binghamton, while Springfield and Albany also broke even for the day. In the Southern Division, Lancaster dropped two to last place Allentown, but held on to its four- game division lead as second place Reading absorbed the same treatment from York. Binghamton won the opener from Williamsport 6-5, on a squeeze bunt by Bill Johnson. The Grays' Fred Van Dusen's sacrifice fly in the 10th inning of the second [ game gave Williamsport a 5-4 vic- ory. Albany powered its way to a 9-2 vin over Springfield in the first game of their meeting, and then vent down to defeat 2-1 as diet Vincent hurled a three-hilter in .he second encounter. Allentown edged past Lancaster 3-2 in the' first game, and won 7-4 n the nightcap, which was marked ;y Don Gile's 23rd homer, with one man on. Yorked rapped out 13 hits in the 'irst game and won 11-4 ovei Reading, and eked through in the second as Reading's Joe Drapcho gave up a bases-loaded walk Jie bottom of the llth inning. Tonight's Games: Albany at Binghamton Springfield at Williamsport Reading at Allentown York at Lancaster w L ^tncaster 70 55 York 67 Reading 69 Springfield 64 61 iVilliamsport 63 63 fSinghamton 63 65 Albany 55 67 Bowling Season Opens This Week On Eagles Alleys The bowling season starts next week at the Lebanon Eagles with three leagues scheduled to 'Ioperate. The first league to .- onen the season will be the open the season will be th Mrs. Eagles League tonight witl four teams. The Thursday Nigh ^eague has four teams and wil tart Sept. 4, and the Fridaj night circuit will open with sb earns, Sept. 5. Team rosters Dagles League: Cincinnati St. Louis Angelc.i Chicauo Philadelphia 65 KS 62 6S 61 69 fil 72 58 70 Pet .531 .534 .527 .«9 .477 AM .4.59 .453 GB Mond»y'« Milwaukee 2. Chicago I 1st Chicago n, Milwaukee 3 2nd PittihurKh 5. Philr.. 2 1st Philadelphia !), Pittsburgh 0, 2nd St. Louis 1. Cincinnati 0 1st Cincinnati 9, St. Louis 3 2nd S. Francifico 8, I.. Angeles 6 1st S. Fran. 6, I.. Ang. 5 2nd, 16 innings Simclay'3 Results San Krancl5co 14, Los Angeles 2 Chicago 8. St. Louis S Cincinnati 6, Philadelphia I Cincinnati 7. Philadelphia 3 Milwaukee 2, Pittsburgh 0 Saturday's Results Cincinnati 12, Philadelphia 3 Milwaukee 9, Pittsburgh 1 Chicago 3, St. Louis 1 10 Innings San Frznclsco 3, Loj Angeles 2 San Francisco 3, Los Angeles 1 Tueidiy'i ProhabI* Pllcherf Philadelphia at PitUburgh night, — Car-dwell (2-3) v». Friend (18-13). Cincinnati at St. Louii night — Pur key (1S-E) vs. Mab« <0-S). San Francisco at Los Angel** nlfht— Monzant (6-8) vs. Drysdale (10-11). ' Gxmei Milwaukee at Philadelphia nlRht Pittsburgh at Cincinnati night St. Louis at Chicago S. Francisco At I.. Angeles nlghl However, Ihe American League iy, won Monday's SHi.Olit) handicap! Dow' >in.stprwa'ld They '' ' drop from fM,773 to 9.'U:>0 cnmojal I he New .'.Hampshin; in the face of a similar split twin! with a l;io clocking for I he same bin at Kansas City. (distance. Lolals good for $2,.ISO each. •Slan Leonard, of Vancouver, came in with the best final round and had 273! of Ihe day. a 65. and Dial Rave Allentown 51 79 Pet GB .569 2 36 .545 2 58 .543 2 .512 fi .500 8 .492 8'. .451 131 ,392 2114 Runs For The Week Kansas C'lly New York Ho.ston Cleveland Detroit ... WaslilnRlon Baltimore Chicago American l.tacnr S M T W T F'S To ."> 7. 5 -L 17 7. 9 1 10 7. 1 5 5 K •1 5 2 11 A 8 6—3 7. n i—; 0 8 7. !) 1 1 1 S 5 2 for the Mrs First Team — Wolfe, S. Heckendorn, D Guinn, E. Young and C. Marks lecond Team —• I. Mease, P Werner, M. Wolfe, B. Greena wait and A. Strauss; Thirc Team — M. Day, S. Reiner, assel, M. Moyer and M. Weise Fourth Team — J. Stickler, M ong, B. Goss, E. Bender anc A. Gass. Thursday Night League Yanks — G. Oil, D. Fitting, R Lantz, R. Marko, C. Shollen berger, J. Lesher, C. OH and A Emerich; Indians — C. Schae [er, R. Woodring, M. Moyer, P Kupp, A. Bainbridgc, F. Swan, er, E. Weise'and J. Matthews Red Sox — J. Berger, J. Ku bisky, I. Hen ley, R. Fitchthorn D. Young, M. Dissinger, L. Klei and L. McKinney; Tigers — 1 Drum, G. Zimmerman, A. Moj er, F. Moyer, C. Day, C. Peiffe C. Kinnamon and W. Shirk. Friday Night League: Brave —W. Wentling, C. Hoke, E. Pa pagcne, W. Ebright, W. Weiricl 0. Koeppel, H. Gingrich. Giant —J. Weirich Sr., E. Schultz, F Koch Sr., H. Boger, R. Hess, C Shollenbcrger, S. Hartmoyer. Cards—A. Renaud, E. Wolfe, I. Stickler, J. Nori, K. Shollenberger, R. Brown, J. Weirich Jr. Phillies—D. Smith, P. Snyder, E. Weise, F. Blum, A. Schiebor R. Daub, A. Mumfurd. Pirates— P. Gingrich, R. Heckendorn, J. Francis, J. Seaman, H. Hoke, R. Hoke, J. Marko. Cubs—C. Wolfe, M. Long, J. Roland, J. Stasny, G. Herb, W. Leeper, R. Lebo. Seven Teams In fowling Leagues At St. Gertrude's Seven teams will bowl in two eagues at the St. Gertrude's al- eys this season commencing Monday, Sept. 8, when the Na- ional League opens its schedule. The American League open- ng is listed for Tuesday, Sep- ember 9. Teams in the National League are — Cards: M. Bruder, J. Greish, J. Lander, E. Harlman, A. Berger, P. Brady, and J. Ceresini. Giants: H. Kotlcr, K. ,utz, R. Whitman, G. Vracarich, T. Remlinger, R. Snyder, and C. Harlman. Braves: B. Lander, J. [ovach, R. Hackman, A. Schira- tn, R. Horst, A. Mohl, and R. •leim. Cubs: E. Arnold, E. Trainor, L. Longenecker, S. Enle, J. Dostich, T. Wariow, and D. Riegle. Reserves: C. Firestone, P. Bruder, A. Bruder, and J. Flashel. Team rosters for the American League are — Indians: P. Kirsch, J. Miller, R. Bechtold, C. Shollenberger, J. Kirkwood, A.Mil'r.ss Knpp.c Kckert.rf Trout'n.lb Sheelz,3b Wise,H G, MU'r,p Duell.p 3000 Shearer,cf 3111 B.St'Uf 4110 Bach'Uss 3 0 0 1 C. St't.Sb 4011 KUs'r.lb 4000 Stam'h.2b 4100 Hepler.o 0000 Baver.p 4110 Evans,p Stamm.ri ab r h rbl 4010 3311 3212 4 L 2 2 3 I 0 0 5 0 J I 4031 4010 2100 1000 1000 Totals 34 J 5 4 Totals 34 814 T Newmanstown 003 020 000—S Bethel 33f) 002 OOx— » 2B—Shearer. 3B—B. Stoudl. Sundir Gam* H H E Bethel 130 021 400—11 9 « Newmanstown 100 030 001— .% 5 7 Batteries; Etchbergcr and, Hepleri Sechrist, Troutman and Kapp. Game Adamslown ab r h rbl Saturday Kobe. 1 ; on la ab rh rbi DiehnUf Bordic.rf Kisc"n,p Speiss, 3011 Hassler,2b 5121 Lynch.tb 2000 Reln't.si 5020 Dull,3b R. Dis'r,2b 5000 Hamm's.lf D. Dis'r.ss 3 0 0 0 L. Fis'r.cf 4110 Nelson,rf 3 0 1 0 D. Fls'r.c 3111 Binkey.p 1000 Me«'r,rf 0100 German,? 0100 3110 4122 3010 5 0 0 O 4111 4111 3100 4121 3111 0000 0000 Wenr'h.cf Speicl'r,3b Gruber.c Sanders.p aNoecker blbich Totals 34 5 8 2 Total* 33 8 10 6 a-Noecker walked for Gruber in 9th: b-lbach walked for Sanders in 9th. 010 100 003—5 ... 002 060 OOx—8 H. Hartman, Yanks: John and L. Manz, Schrefer. F. Remlinger, Joe Manz, E. Shultz, J. Pesta, G. Manz, and T. Remlinger. Tigers: P. Solesky, E. Golembewski, R. Budy, John Kunder, F. Kowal, E. Shirk, and S. Faiola. White Sox: J. Kowal, W. Rutter, M. Kotay, D. Gordon, H. Loy, M. Butch, and K. Shollenberger. Reserves: M. Wilson, P. Wilson, A. Freed, and G. Line. Robesonia Adamstown 2B—Diehm. Suudar Gam< R H E Adtmslown ... 400 (X)L 000—3 11 1 Robesonia 000 O10 000—l 7 I Batteries: Usner Schnee and Gruber. and D. Fisher; Pittsburgh Passes Million In Attendance PITTSBURGH (UPH - The Pittsburgh Pirates, who began the season amid reports a franchise shift might be under consideration, now have passed the million mark in home attendance for the first time since 1950. A crowd of 25,438 on Labor Day put the figure "over the lop." Pro Football Sunday Results San Francisco 55, Chicago Bears 31 Monday Results Green Bay 20, Philadelphia 17 Frank Dilzler Sets New Archery Records • : • Frank Ditzler set a new course and Lebanon County record yesterday when he scored 421 points in an open shoot held on the Hemlock Field Archers range near Cornwall. The old record was held by Bill Miller, also of Hemlock. Miller finished second to Ditzler with 362 points in the X-pert A Class and H. Hershey, another Hemlock shooter, placed third. Other results: X-pert B - L J. Huber, Hemlock 339; 2. D. Keigle, Hemlock 272; 3. D. Eisenhauer, Hemlock 261. Bowmen — 1. Len Zaliurak, Hemlock 266; 2.' W. . Reppert, Hemlock 222; 3. E. Baxter, Buck Horn 203. Archer — 1. B. Guare, Hemlock 131; 2. J. Slormfeltz, Hemlock 106; 3. W. Brown, Buck Horn 100. Women's Open — 1. A. Grove, Hemlock 185. Women's Bowmen — 1. J. Oleskowitz, Hemlock 171; 2. E. Bartch, Fox Harbor 125. Junior — 1. Jon Oleskowitz, Hemlock 149; 2. D. Sholly, Hemlock 125; 3. Bob Reppert, Hemlock 107. Unclassified — 1. C. W. Eshelman, Hemlock 147; 2. R. Hassler, Buck Horn 03. The Hemlock Club will hold a shoot this Sunday for members. OFFER FOR BASILTO SAN FRANCISCO (UPD—Car- men Basilio will receive a ?60,000 fight offer if he beats Art Dragon in Los Angeles Sept. 5. The offer will be io meet the winner of the Joey Giardello- Holly Mims fight here Sept. 25. R—3 B—: 3— IS 7—25 3—20 LION'S RELEASE THREE DETROIT (UPD— The Detroit Lions cut their squad to 43 Monday by releasing three rookies, tackle Dick Marazza of Clemson, linebacker Bob Mullcr of Eastern Kentucky and end Harry Mackey of Kentucky State. Glen Roberts First In Southern 500 National l.txfue San Francisco 513301 6-1!) Cincinnati .... 6 2 B R i S 12—3!) St. Louis 16 7 3 1 z 7 Philadelphia .. in z 10 2 7. 3 Pittsburgh .... IS 1 5 H r. 3 Chicago 11 z. 3 5 z 5 Milwaukee ...8672-32 Los Angelcj .. 5 4 4 7 i 4 1—35 3—36 1—10 3-27 9—37 3—27 Fight Results him fifth place. He won $l,non ii prize money, plus $600 for being the top Canadian star. SYDNEY — Billy Todd, 14514, Australia, .outpointed Willie Marton, KrU, San Diego, Calif.,' 12. SYDNEY, N. S. — Young Beau Jack, Ifi4. Brockton Mass, oul- pointed Gary Simon, 161, New Glasgow, N. S., 10, Moose Ladies Bowling Loop Starts Wednesday Four teams will compete this season in the Ladies Bowling | League at the Moose which opens the season tomorrow night. The Bowling Committee met and set up rules and selected team rosters. The officers this year are Emma Wolfe, president; Marie Henry, vice-president and Mary Wolfe, secretary-treasurer. Team rosters: Senior Regents — M. Johnson, A. Brenner, M. Moore, E. Kulp, L. LeFever, 0. Kissinger and M. J. Gingrich; Junior Regents — B. Heishman, f. Auman, M. Achenbach, M. Grccnawalt, C. Brownstien, ami S. Sholly; Chaplains — M. Wolfe, K. Wolfe, E. LOUR, J. Lcisy, J.. Mallhcws and 0. Rnder: Pnsl Re-' Rents — M. SchloRcl, M. Henry,' H. Folmer, M. Sherer, P. Krick and D. Harvey. DARLINGTON, S. C. (AP) — Glen (Fireball) Roberts breathed a $13,430 sigh of relief today over the traps lie escaped by winning the ninth Southern 500 stock car race at. a record 102.50 m.p.h. The Daytona Beach, Fla., .speedster finished five laps ahead of the in lap money. He led more than field before a record crowd of half the race after Curtis Turner, from it once. And I thought I was going to run my outside wheel up on a piece of busted rail (left by drivers who.se cars went over and out)," he said. He picked up the lion's share of the $60,000 pur.sc, including $l.nfiO more than 80,000. "I almost bought it a couple of limes," iie said of narrow escapes when he slipped his Chevrolet between other cars and the rail at 130 miles an hour. "I missed the wail in front of the grandstand by bumping away Roanoke, Va., was forced out with valve trouble. Finishing behind Roberts in second place was Spartanburg, S. Chevrolet. Shorty Rollins of Corpus Christ!, Tex., was third in Ford. Buck Baker of C., in another FOOTBALL Lebanon High School Reserved Seat Season Tickets On Sale At The High School Office 9:00 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. 6 Games . 57.00

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