PAGE POUR MIDDLESBORO, KY-, DA1LY.NEW5 SATURDAY; MAY 21, Athletics Run Streak To Four Games In Row victor)' over CHALK UP 5-2 DECISION OVER MORRISTOWN The Athletics ran their winning' streak to four in a row yesterday afternoon at Hill Top Park with a 5 t o . 2 decision over, the visiting MorriBtown Red Sox. Junior Wolfe left 13 Red Sox stranded on the base paths as he Â·bore down in the pinches--striking out n'ne pf the enemy and causing them to hit into lwi double plays which nipped budding rallies. Morrislown outhit the A's but could not take advantage of the ppenines afforded them by.their many hits and the half dozen free tickets to first issued by Wolfe. Grigg's' double went for naught in the" first as Wilson struck out and Dehogues grounded out. Moon wnlkÂ«d in the second for the Sox, but Russell hit into a fast double play from Doyle to Valdes to Cordero. In the third Kcnnis singled and Costa doubled to no avail. 'In the meantime Middlcsboro had Doyle on base by a walk in the first and Cordero by a single in the second but could not dent the welcome mat. However, the locals broke tlie ice in thc third. Wolfe slashed one back through the box for a one baser. Baker, Hugo, and Doyle walked in succession to force in Wolfe with the first run of the game. At that point Manager Grigg 1'fted starter Kenn's. a left bander, and put I night, in righthander Coeburn. Coeburn Friday Was Busy Day In College Athletic Circles Yesterday was a busy day in college athletic circles in Kentucky. First baseman Walter H'.rsch and ritfitfielder Dora Fucci led the Kentucky Wildcats to a 4 to Z the Tennessee Vola at Knoxville. Illrsch scored three of the four runs with Fuccis driving him home on. two occasions. Thus Kentucky took a one game ISTANDINGS MOUNTAIN STATES LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Harlan MIDDLESBORO Pcnnington Gap Morristown . . . . i-- j lend over Georgia in the eastern! Jenkins division of the Southeastern Con-| Newport ference as the Bulldogs were stir- Dig Stone Gap prised by Georgia Tech, 8 to 7.' Hazard The same teams meet again today. Tennessee Tern defeated Eastern K n t u c k y 0 to 4 while Western Kentucky and Vanderbilt had to call off their battle. The University ' of Louisville avenged an earlier defeat by Western Kentucky's golfers as they shut out the Hilltoppers, 18 to 0, for their 12th conquest, of the 13 11' ID HI 8 8 7 3 .705 .G47 .52G .471 .471 .389 .1(17 Friday's Results Western's tennis team boasted a 3-2 edge over Tennessee Tech When rain called a hall to the doubles matches. I In high school circles, the ( Team slate track and field meet was New York . . going on at Kentucky's Stoll Field Detroit in Lexington. Surprisingly Louis-; Philadelphia ville St. Xavier was leading with' Chicago 1G points along with Highlands o f j Washington Ft. Thomas although Male was' Cleveland . . MIDDLKSHORO 0, Morristown 2 Harlan at Jenkins, postponed, fog Hig Stone Gap at Newport, ram Hazard 4, Penniugton Gap Tonight's Games MIDDLKSBORO at rennington Gap H a r l a n at Big Stone Gap Morristown at Hazard Jenkins at Newport. A M E R I C A N LEAGUE Wo The sun bothered the right field- Crawford ith both of two base hits. REDS WIND UP GIANT SERIES THIS AFTERNOON C I N C I N N A T I , 0., May 21--'UN The release of third baseman Grandy Hatton from thc 'hospital w.as about thc only cheerful note in the C i n c i n n a t i Reds camp today afti-r U.'.'o straight looses to the New Y o l k Giants. The Rods and G i a n t s wind up their series at Crosley field this afternoon, but Hatton who spent three days battling i n f l u e n z a , probably will not return to the l i n e u . u n t i l tomorrow. The Reds could have used Hat ton's poA-er bitting yesterday as the Giants, behind the superb hurling of l e f l y M o n l p K e n n e d y , 'defeated the Reds, 5 to 0. Dr. Reed Shank, team physician, ordered Hatton to remain indoors today to make certain of a c o m - j against Morristown, |)1el(i recovery before tomorrow's and Tom Shipley, scheduled double-header with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Sports Briefs By JULIAN PITZER lirophy worked the entire game behind the plate for the Athletics yesterday, giving Ted Russ a much needed rest. And Brophy hustled up the race track in the fifth to snag Costa's fly foul for a Leon Manning Spends Weekend with Friend At Lynch, Kentucky Route 1 By MRS. CLYDE PARKS E W I N O , Va., May 21. -- Leon 1 ,, J'Vdimiw V^'prof. and Manning spent the weekend with M T Hal . uor a n d son . !Â· Â· _ _ - ! . . ,, ( T i . i . r . l l It I T 1 . _ _ . . Mr. and Mri Russell Chambers and daughter, Beryl, visited relatives at Elk Valley, Tenn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cowden J i l t ; s u n u u n t ^ i v w w"i- - Â· ers quite a bit Friday, lost two to Old Sol will them going for However, neither particular damage. friends at Lynch, Ky. . | Jh . " l l d Mr ^ Sam S ] u ,,,i n te and nice running catch. William Parks, Kynard Parks,; s(m O j- j j0 , lc M o u n t a i n were guests Mm Clyde Parks and children,] Sm ,.! n y o) - u r: .. F re d Thomas and Phyllis and Larry, attended t h e , f a m jiy'. funeral of their aunt, Mrs. M i n - j Ke (. am] Mrs Vaughn Tollett nie Locke at Cedar Groce S u n d a y . ; , u l ( j ,i uu( j| lte] . s |,,ft .Sunday for a , Mrs. George Wheat of Dayton,! v j , ; t wR1| v( .].,ij, vl , s j n Arkansas did any Q., returned home Sunday after a, | 1( , f()1 . p attending thc Southern few days visit with her parents,; 1Ja|J ,j sl Convention in Oldabomi Mr. and Mrs. J. P. M a n n i n g . j ciu . Q^ The lights for Hill Top Park ]]m ^. M a n n i l l K i John W i l l i a m s should, be coming in any day now. i d M) ; a|id M| . s j o n n l l i ( . Fran . have be** 1 ' Many fans over town heard to remark that they would bo there for night games, bu b u s i n e s s vi;!ito ,, ; i n SllC( .a- ville recently. Rev. A. Monday of St. P a u l . j was impossible for Ihem to get Va ^ rqndiirlod t j u . servires at away for afternoon games outside A | anUnls IIm Tuesday n i g h t , and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walz o Cincinnati, 0., visited Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Long and family. Mr. and Mrs. Olif Grave and son spent S u n d a y at Cumberland Falls, of Sunday. A antlnis H i l l 1 uesuay n i g m , aim Â·Â·Â·Â· . nh! at Ml. Zion Wednesday night. j Â·'Â· TMÂ«'"iU Ele " of BnsU^Va.^OJiin^ Mrs. Kenneth Weeks and family of Augusta, Ga., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Siler and other relatives here this week. Mrs. Charles Warren and children have returned from a vacation in Florida. Pvt Mannie Lee Moore of Camp Breckemidge, Ky., are visiting h3 parents, Mr. and Mrs., Rueben Moore, and will reUirn to P?|Pr burg, Calif., for training Saturday. Mrs. Kenneth Cumrhings and son of Bermuda are visiting Sgt. Cu.rr.imings' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Cummings of Valley Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Butter and Mrs. Jerome Butler had as their guests, Mrs. Pierce Larmoyeaux and nephew, Tommy Pennington of Jacksonville, Fla., and Mr.' and Mrs. Harry Terrell of Cincinnati', Last night at midnight was The WSCS of the Molhofct' cutting down ^to Ihe J u n i t ^ o f l j . c , u|| . d| mel wU|l M ,. s id,!,,.,!! Wheeler for their May mnelii Those released were Tom lirophy i caught yesterday's Jake game, M r g Ho]|jj . LoM ,r : ,te c( , n .,,l a: , ,-,,. l c a c c hostess. Life Begins at 560 kc. WCPM favored to cop the title. Final events were scheduled for last proceeded to strike out Crawford and Valdes in succession and then got McGhee on a fly to Dehogues in left. Morristown left two on in the fourth as Kitts hit a long double to center and Moon walked only to have Russell pop out and Wells loft to Hugo. M'ddlesboro went down in order and then Grigg walked for Morristown in the fifth but died on base. The Athletics came to life momentarily in the last of the fifth to score one more. Baker got n double when his ordinary single took a bad hop by Dehogues in 'eft. Hugo followed with another double which looked as if it might be caught in right field. Thus Baker liad to hold up at third and Hugo was out as he rounded second and was caught o f f . ever, Doyle grounded to How Wells who threw too late to get Baker at home. Doyle went out in an attempted steal. . Two men were o u t ' i n thc sixth when Moon, Russell, and Wells singled in a row for a Red Sox tally. In the seventh Middlesboro had two away when Hugo singled. Doyle also singled to put Hugo on second and both men moved up on a passed ball. Crawford enrolled Ihem with a blast through the box. Cordero singled, stole second, and rode home on Wolfe's bingle to cornplele, lite Middlcs- boro scoring in Ihe eighlh. Morristown threatened in the last turn at bat. Cochurn singled and went to second on Costn's single. The bares were filled after Cordero's error. Wilson poniicd up to Baker, but Dehogues drew a free ticket to first, forcing in Coeburn with a run. Wolfe bore down to whiff Kilts, and thc\eml- ed the game as be made Moon pop up to Baker at short. Middlcsboro now takes to the road again for four days. Tonight and tomorrow find thc A's in Pennington Gap after which Middlesboro Goes To Pennington Gap for Series Mountain States League teams change opponents for tonight. Middlesboro goes to Pennington Gap for the first' of Uwo games with Lou Flick's Miners. Harbin plays lit Big Stone Gap, Jenkins at Newport, and Morristown at Har.- ard in other games. Middlcsboro continued a v slrcak yesterday at Ihe expense of Morrislown, 5 to 2, to bold onto second place. Penninglon Gap won over Hazard, 5 to 4 lo remain one game hack of Middlesboro. Harlan was leading Jenkins lo 0 when fog caused poslpone- menl of Ihe game in the sixth inning. It will be completed the nexl lime Hnrlnn goes to Jenkins. Uig Stone Gap at Newport was rained out. Doyle, 3b 2 Crawford, rf.-lf. . 4 Valdes, 2b. Parkinson, If. McGhee, rf Cordero, Ib. Brophy, c. . . Wolfe, p. . . Boston St. Louis Lost 10 13 14 14 15 12 14 21 Pc.t Kennedy pitched one of the best '/eke Bonura of the Kingston, Mrs. P.. L. Stewart was charge of the program. A f t e r the i , group sang, "America Ihe Out., c l u b in the Border League ^^ M| . s Ti;j ch . 1( | u . t , n ,,, lv ,. scndii the Athletics a couple the Scripture lesson. Mrs. \V. R. j games of hia career and demon-] O f players. A rookie pitcher l e f t | (!l . imln broug'ht the devotional a (Si .!S2 slrated he may become one .51111 best hurlers on the Giant'.' of the, yesterday for Middlesboro 517 .478 .402 .HOI) Yesterday's Results Chicago at New York, Postponed, rain. Cleveland at Boston, postponed rain. Washington 5, St. Louis 3. I'hiladelphio 2, Detroit 1 i n n i n g s ) . (10 NATIONAL LEAGUE t's s t a f f , while a limited service shortstop is giving up only two hits and n Â» ( due to department on, Monday for walks for his fourth victory of the I Middlcsboro. Wo New York Boston Brooklyn Cincinnati Pittsburgh Philadelphia SI. Louis Chicago 18 17 15 15 14 Ifl 11 Ill 11 12 14 14 Hi 15 15 Hi Pc.t .021 .580 .51(7 .517 .407 .404 .4211 Yesterday's Results New York 5, Cincinnati 0. Philadelphia at Chicago, poncd, cold weather. Pittsburgh 2, Boston 1 St. Louis 0, Brooklyn. 2 BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia al Chicago, posl- poncd, cold wealher. New York . . 300-100-010--fi-JS-l Cincinnati . . 000-000-000--0-2-1 Kennedy and Cooper; Fox, Dobernic (8) and II. Howcll. 0 10 2 0 3 0 3 0 0 Boston . . . . 000-000-010 -- 1-10-0 n Pittsburgh . 100-100-OOx--2-11-1 Hull and M a s i ; Werle and Fitzgerald. Railsplitters Shut Out Cumberland in Game at Harrogate ''Cotton" Picrson pitched LMU's Kailsplitlers to a 13-0 shutout victory over Cumberland J u n i o r College of Williamsburg Friday afternoon al Harrogate. Pierson a converted first baseman has won two games and lost none to date. LMU goes to Barbonrville Monday a f t e r n o o n for a game with U n i o n College. This will be the f i n a l scheduled game of the sea- Pierson's only tight spot during the game was in the seventh i n n i n g when runners were on second and third, lie struck out a pinch .hitter to retire the side. Of LMU's eighteen hits, len were for extra bases. Arthur Wood got a home run :n Ibe second i n n i n g and Lester McCarter clouted out a homer in the fourth. Doss hit three for four, i n c l u d i n g a double and a triple, and batted in f o u r runs. Score by innings: R if K C'erland 000 000 000-- 0 4 4 LMU . . 0.13 504 OOx--13 13 3 Batteries: LMU--Pierson and Myers; Cumberland--N. Rcnfro and Croley, Douohusc and Brown, With the A's performing al , Penninglon Gap this evening a | meditation. Taking part on the program were Mrs. T. L. McDaniel, Mrs. Ida Gibson, Mrs. I. G. Stone,] Mrs. Clina Cline of Wise, Va. Mi pi; MONDAY thru FRIDAY fi:00 Sign On 0:01 H i l l b i l l y Hits fi::i() Cumberland Mountain Boys 7:00 News 7:15 Musical Clock 8:15 Baptist Hour 8:3(1 Call for Cash 9:15 Musical Mystries (Tues. Fri.) 9:30 Latin Americana rs. Stone spoke on the work a n d ] 9:45 Temptation Jones , ,,.ans for the WSCS. During the! 10:00 Alice Blue Gown n u m b e r of Middlesboro fans may, soc j a | ) l o u r j refreshments were! 10:15 Morning Devotions make the jaunt to see the game. ' scrve j n v ( n(J hostesses. 10:30 Housewife's Serenade Totals. ..32 5 0 27 10 Morristown . 000-001-001--2-10-0 Brooklyn Middlesboro 001-010-21x--5- 0-1 Errors: Cordero. R u n s batted i n : 000-110-000--2- !1-0 St. Louis ... 010-OI1-30X--6-12-0 _ __ M a r t i n , Barney (0) Newcombe Denogncs','Kilts',"Woyie"2," Craw- CO l a l k Â» CO Jlml Ciinipiinelhi; ford 2, Wolfe. Two-base hits: Munger and liice, Garagiola. Grigg, Costa, Kitts, Baker, Hugo. Stolen buses: Cordero. Double A M E R I C A N LEAGUE plays: Doyle to Valdes to Cordero; ( ' 0 i n n i n g s ) Valdes to" Baker to Cordero. Left Detroit ... 000-000-100-0--1-0-0 on bases: Momslown 13, Middles- Philadelphia 100-000-000-1--2-5-0 boro 8. Bases on balls: Kcnnis 4, Ncwhouscr and Robinson, Swift Wolfe 0. Strike-outs: Kennis 2, (7) ; .Coleman and Guerra. Coeburn 4, Wolfe 9. Hits o f f : K c n n i s 2 for 1 r u n in 2 innings; St. Louis Coeburn 7 for 4 runs in 0 innings. Washington . 1 22-000-OOx-- 5-8-2 Hit by pitcher, by Coeburn (M Papal, Kennedy (:i) Starr (7) they will ease down to Morrislown | (;ll( , o) '. wild pitches: Kennis. Pass- and Lollar; Hudson and Evans, for ^Monday and Tuesday. Wed- ! 0( | lm || s . Gri| , g Losing pitcher: Cleveland at Boston, postponed, nesday and Thursday they be at home to the Hazard Bombers. Morristown AB R H PO A Costa, 2b 5 0 3 3 1 Grigg, c 3 0 1 8 1 Wilson, 3b 5 0 0 0 1 Dehogues, If. ... 4 0 0 3 0 Kitts, I b 4 0 1 8 1 Moon, rf 3 1 1 1 1 Russell, cf 4 0 1 1 0 Wells, ss 4 0 1 2 (i Kennis, p 1 0 1 0 1 Coeburn, p 3 1 1 0 0 Totals. . .30 2 10 24 11 Middlesboro AB R Baker, ss 4 1 Hugo, cf 3 1 H PO A 1 3 2 2 1 0 Insurance ihould bt carefully planned by an expert to mÂ«et the individual needs of the buyer. When you deal with ui you don't get high-prenure methods --you get a simple explanation of your needs tt our experience estimates them -- the decision is up to you. Gift UNI I MAI C S T * T I m i to* tr Â· nÂ»nt Kennis. Umpires: Foster - Tirek. From the best i n f o r m a t i o n we can gather, the Pennington Gap home (fames start at 7 :8() ut night with Sunday afternoon contests at the Tiny Seay shot a 77 in q u a l i f y i n g round at Cedar Hi Lenoir City, Tenn., Thursday and Tiny may f i n d quite a few golfers were in the very low 70's. But there is little doubt that Seay will be able to make the championship flight here next week. 1'ep. and Mrs. T. B. Fugutc of 11 :()() News 11:1B On the Record Washington, D. C., visited r e l a - j 11:30 Mid-Day Frolics Meldrum Families Visit in Arthur, Tenn. Wednesday By Mrs. Walter Owens MII.DRUM, Ky. May 21--Mrs. John Tuttlc and Mrs. Walter Owens and children, Bobby and Charles, and Judv Tuttle visited relatives in Arthur, Tenn., Wendes- tives here recently. The Morley boys of Kingsport, Tenn., were summoned hr-re Sat-; urday due to the illness of their father, W. S. Morley, who is a patient in the Evans Hosnilal. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bales of Beckley, W. Va., Neil Campbell of Clinton, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ely of Oak Ridge and Mr. i and Mrs. Nat Fugate of Middlesboro attended the funeral of William A. Ely. Paul Bailey of Appalachia, Va., visited Mrs. Maggie Bailey and other relatives here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nida and little daughter of Monroe, Mich., were weekend guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. . II. T. Morley ,dav. entertained the Rebecca Lodge at their home Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wyalt and ' Lake City, son, Dennis, of Davisburg visited here recently. Mrs. Frank Margraves is able to be out again after being confined to her home due to illness. Mr. and Mrs. Fate Owens visited relatives here Sunday. Residents Guests In Pruden I :00 News 1:15 Cote Glee Club 1:30 500 Club 3 :.",( News 3:45 Record Roundup 4:00 Stone Mountain Hillbillies 4:31) Meet the Baud 4:45 Drifting on a Cloud (Mon., Wed. and Fri.) 4:45 H o m i n g (Tens. Thurs.) 5:00 Children's Hour 5:15 Salon Serenade 5:30 Eddy Arnold Show 5:45 Tel-A-Tune Frolics 0:00 Crusaders 0:30 4 Knights (Mon., Wed. Fri.) 0:30 Tel -A - Quiz (Tues. Thurs.) (i:45 News and Sports 7:00 Tri-Stale Hit Parade 7:30 Sigh Off 9:30'Meet the Band 10:00 Three-Quarter Time 10:15 Morning Devotions 10:30 Rev.' Buridren 11:00 N e w s ' ' 11:15 On the Record 11 :30 Mid-Day Frolics ~y 1 -.00 News 1:15 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:30 5GO Club 3:15 News Â·: 3:30 Rev. 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