The Gazette from Cedar Rapids, Iowa on April 19, 1954 · 11
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Monday, April 19, 1954
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i I Ecd Peppers f By Gus Schrader Hoosiers Grooming Ace Freshman rE BASEBALL BUO Is biting hard and deep, but lets take time out from the diamond news for a moment to look quickly around at some of Iowas football neighbors to get an idea of what to expect on the gridirons this fall, i . 1 I' , INDIANA. The Hoo8iers nationally famous freshman back. Milt Campbell, apparently cleared the academic hurdles of the first semester and is being counted upon to give Indiana a shot in th arm this fall. Campbell, a decathlon star in track, can do a :06.2 or :08.3 in the 60-yard dash, but hes concentrating on football, where his quick-starting will be even more valuable to the Hoosier athletic plant. Campbell was second to Bob Mathias in the national and Olympic decathlons in 1952 and was U. S. champ ,in 1953. He is 6-3 and weighs 215 pounds. Coach Bemie Cfimmins plans on using him at right halfback, but he could play fullback or end with equal chance of success. Last fall Campbell played with the Indiana freshmen, and even though the rest of the yearling crop was not sensational, Campbell stood out with consistent gains against the varsity. Efftwnnw The Indiana football brochure says: dacghebty Campbell has lived up to his reputation. His quickness, agility and great power, combined with startling speed, make him a top prospect for sophomore-of-the-year. Moreover, the 20-year-old sophomore is an intense competitor, willing and able to shoulder defensive duties. MICHIGAN STATE. Three of Michigan States famed Pony Backs have graduated, but the Spartans will be almost as light in the backfield this fall. Gone are QB Tom Yewcic, RH Billv Wells and FB Evan Slonac. Along with LH LeRoy Bolden, 163-pounder, this quartet averaged just over 170 pounds. Likely replacements for the three missing ones are: QB Earl Morrall, 180 pounds; RH John Mat-sock, 170, and FB Jerry Planutis, 175. Hugh Daugherty, new head coach, has a sophomore back-field that is considerably heavier: Lou Costanzo, 185; Pete Man-zo, 180; Clarence Peaks, 188; Pat Wilson, 180, and Jim Bigelow, 165. MICHIGAN. Quoting Watson Spoelstra in the Sunday Detroit News: Fritz Crisler shrewdly estimates that Michigan has its best football potential in two or three years. Bennie Oosterbaan concedes his team could be dangerous if new talent from a fascinating freshman squad solidifies several positions . . . "Oosterbaan holds no comparable options. He has a truly fine halfback in Tony Branoff and an established quarterback In Lou Baldacci. In some quarters the notion exists that Branoff will switch to the key left-halfback job "It may develop that Michigan has assembled its finest end talent in more than a decade. "Up from the freshman ranks are six towering young men who stand six foot and taller and range from 190 to 210 pounds. Michigans center situation is so robust that John Morrow already has been shifted to tackle to pair with Art Walker. The line offers lesser concern at Michigan. WISCONSIN. Wisconsin has had six practices so far while working to add the single wing to the T formation and split-T Coach Ivy Williamson has used at Madison previously. The Badgers will play a final intrasquad game on May 22. Injuries have been few so far, but Tackle Jim Grosklaus, captain of last fall's freshman squad, has been put out of action for the rest of the spring. No report yet as to whether Jim Miller the 1953 Quarter-back star, or Jim Haluska, the 1952 quarterback who sat it out last year with a broken leg, has won the top hand yet. ILLINOIS. Ed Lindbeck, who is the likely quarterback for Illinois Big Ten defending co-champs, is looking good as his junior season approaches. His big weakness as a passer last year was the way he kept wandering out of the pocket and losing his blocking Pr0tThe: IUinois coaches think Lindbeck is overcoming this fault, and that he can handle the defensive chores satisfactorily too. MINNESOTA. The big revelation arrives at' Minnesota Monday. That ds when the Gopher football players leave the single-wing of Bernie Bierman and the combined T-single-wing-spread of Wes Fesler and go to the split-T of Murray Warmath. Warmaths No. 1 headache remains finding a split-T quarterback, and -his problems are complicated because 22 of his 80 reporting candidates are seniors. Twenty-one lettermen are back. The spring game is May 23. Sorry, nothing of particular Interest available at the moment on Purdue, Ohio State arid Northwestern, but well try to cover them with spring-practice tidbits in the near future. Sport Slate MONDAY. Iowa at Walhlnston at 8t TUESDAY. Iowa lorlnc practice (tarti. Franklin at Central (Jit?. Golf: Uni. high at Franklin. Track: Wtlaon at Ottumwa rally. WEDNESDAY. Taaate: Lorat at Cornell. Tenaia: Franklin at Wilson. Teanla: Coe at Cornell. Golf: Cornell at Coe Golf meeUn. Induitrlal league. YUCA 7 30. THURSDAY. Baaekall: McKinley at Wilton. Tenaia: McKinley at Roosevelt. Wllion at Iowa City. FRIDAY. Baaehall: Luther at Bt. Olaf. Track: Drake relara. Baaehall: Weatmar at noDor Iowa. Baaehall: Ioaa at Ullnola Handball: City doublet at YMCA. lolf. Franklin at Amea nnla: Rooaevelt at Franklin. Wllion olf. Franklin at Amea .ennla: 1 at Clinton. SATURDAY. Track- Drake relara Baaehall: Cornell and Coa at Knox and Monmouth Track: Knox at Coe. Baaehall: Luther at Lora. Golf: franklin. Amea. Fairfield. Lincoln tt Dea Molnea Tennia: Luther at Bt Olaf Golf: Cornell. Coa. Monmouth at Knox Baaehall: Iowa at Purdue (31 u Tennia. Wisconsin at Iowa. 1 30 D.m. Golf: Notre Dome at Iowa. 0 a m. Tenaia- 'Went Waterloo at Franklin. Sandhall. Doublra city. YMCA aaaball: Davenport at Franklin. Ploy day: Women'! day at Luther eol- Oelf: Invitational atax. Slmcraat C.C. Official Three-I League Schedule Ioimi Otou Aprft H loom Cleon Oenetee u4m m4 Bill Bar ftMM Hatton Traded To White Sox DETROIT (UP) Grady Hatton, vwho played every position except pitcher and catcher during eight seasons with the Cincinnati Reds, was hailed Monday as the solution to the Chicago White Sox troublesome third base spot. The 32-year-old left-handed hitting infielder was acquired by the White Sox in exchange for Infielder Johnny Lipton and between $20,000 and $40,000, Landy Runs 4:02.6 Mile MELBOURNE (AP) John Landy, Australias champion miler, ran a 4:02.6 mile, one of his greatest performances, Monday night in his farewell appearance before leaving for a tour of Scandinavia. Landy said after the race he had run most of the distance with a football stud stuck on a spike m his right shoe, which had put him off balance throughout. w Diftmer Homers, but Braves Lose 2 CHICAGO (UP) Cincinnatisrwith a single in the first, then in tp red hot Redlegs moved into St. Louis Monday' for a night game, and the Cardinals, for the Milwaukee Braves part, were wel come to them. Stie power-laden Redlegs ned the Braves Sunday in both ends of an Eastern double header, 6-4 and 5-3. The victories gave Cincinnati a 4-1 record and installed them in a tie for the National league lead with Philadelphia. The Cardinals registered their first win of the week-old 1954 season, beating the Cubs 6-4 at Chicago in the only game of a double header that went to a decision. Tom Alston hit the first big league pitch thrown by Rookie Jim Davis for a three-run homer in the seventh to give the Cards their margin. The second game Was called after two inmngs because of darkness. In the first game at Milwaukee, Jim Greengrass drove in a run Redleg Star Not Aware of .6 1 1 Average MILWAUKEE (AP) The hottest hitter in the major leagues today gave a simple answer to why hes off to a running start this spring. Theyre pitching em where Im swinging, said Jim Greengrass. The slugging Cincinnati outfielder boasts a .611 batting average but didn't know it unUl he was told. The 26-year-old Redleg left-fielder who was taken out of the. second game of Sundays doubleheader with the Milwaukee Braves after hurting his back on a slide into second base, is ruining National league pitchers with the season less than a week old. Hes rapped 11 hits for 23 total bases in 18 official trips to the plate and driven in 12 runs. His production includes two home runs, six doubles and three singles. He hit .285 and drove in 100 runs last year, his first full season with the Redlegs, who acquired him from the New York Yankee farm system late in 1952. Minor Facts Pacific Coast League. L Angel 4-li Ban PrtMiMt !!. San Dleia d-7: . Portland -!. HoIItkmS 148. Oakland 8-4. Sttlllt 18-1 1: Sacranaent !-4. American Association. Chsrleoten l-li Minneapolis M. SI. Paul I9is Columbus 5-4. , Indianapolis 7li LenDvIll 41. Talodo 14. Kansas City t Texas League. Fart Warth 2-2 I Beaumanl 1-1. San Antanla 4-4$ Oklahoma Clip Hhrevepert 14-7 Dallas 1-4. Tulsa Ci Houston 2. Southern Association. Cbattanoota 4-4: Blranlnaham S-t. tlaal -: Natkllle 8-S. aw Orteana Ml LI til Reek 4-L Mobile S-IO. Meaa.hla t-IS. Western League. Blow CltT IS-1i Llne.ln S-1. 1: Colorado Sprint. 1. Porblo ID: Wichita t Omaka lit De Molnea ID. Basilio Gets Decision Over Pierre Langlois SYRACUSE, N. Y. (AP) Carmen Basilio, minus his tonsils and looking like a new fighter, got angry often but paced himself and took a unanimous decision from Pierre Langlois of France in their 10-round middleweight fight here Saturday night. Indians Arrive At Terre Haute 8peela1 to ThD Oaxette. TERRE HAUTE, Ind. The Cedar Rapids Indians arrived here Sunday and encamped at the Terre Haute House while awaiting the Three-I league opener here Tuesday night against the Phillies. Manager Bill Prince said his starting pitching choice would be Ray Coombs, right-hander, unless Terre Haute shows up with a southpaw-dominated batting order. In that event Lefty Paul Schnieders will start. The batting order will be as follows: Carl Smalley, cf; Earl Bimel, 2b; Art Pennington, rf. Wes Westfall, If; Bill Guice, lb; Bob Picciano, 3b; Emil Borgini, c; Ray Bellino, ss, and the pitcher. The opening-night schedule, in addition to the Cedar Rapids-Terre Haute game Tuesday at 8 p.m. (Iowa time), is as follows: Waterloo at Evansville, Burlington at Quincy, and Keokuk at Peoria. poked a three-run homer in the third to put the Redlegs out front, 4-0. Singles by Bobby Adams and Roy McMillan accounted for two more runs in the seventh. An eighth Inning double by Joe Adcock and a ninth Inning triple by George Mctkovich were the big factors in Milwaukees scoring, Howie Judson, who left In the seventh, was the winning pitcher, and Chet Nichols, who departed in the third, was the loser. Cincinnati jumped off to a 3-0 lead in the first inning of the second game on a walk, a single, an error and doubles by Green-grass and Ted Kluszewski. Greengrass singled in another in the third, and Rookie Catcher Ed Bailey homered in the sixth. The Braves got two In the fourth on two singles and doubles by Eddie Mathews and Adcock. Jack Dlttmer homered In the eighth. Dittmer also doubled. Mathews, 1953 major league home run king, shifted from third Time Out! Really on him today, arent they? 500 Golfers Tour Ellis Over 500 golfers played the Ellis park links last weekend 289 Saturday and 221 Sunday. With close to 500 touring the course the opening weekend it runs the total to near 1,000 golfers for the first two weekends of the season. Last year the Ellis course had as many as 700 golfers in a single weekend. D The Collins employes golf league will open at Ellis Wednesday, May 5, and will continue each Wednesday the rest of the season. Collins golfers will tee off from 430 to 5:30 p.m. Bosox Win. BOSTON (AP) The Boston Red Sox took the opening game of a morning-afternoon Patriots day double header from the Yankees 2-1 Monday, although they almost blew the decision m the ninth inning. Nc York Boston 000 000 001 1 $ 2 000 200 OOx 202 Byri. Oorman 7i and Berra Nix-cn. Kinder 9i and Onen. White. Fishback, Mehlisch, Diers on Keokuk List EDITORS NOTE: This Is another in a series of stones on the prospects of Three-I league clubs. By Stan Lipczynskl. Keokuk ODtD-CItr Sporta Editor KEOKUK Keokuk baseball this year will have an entirely new look When the Kernels open the season at Peoria Tuesday Keokuk's new look will come' from a new ball club furnished by the Cleveland Indians, thus ending this towns two-year independent status. The last two years, Keokuk fielded teams of baseball's odds and ends culled by Rudy Laskowski, who is now managing St. Petersburg, Fla. Laskowskis efforts to field a team here brought about a colorful aggregation of nationalities and diamond characters that whetted the appetite of fans in opposing parks (Keokuk drew 90,480 on the road second to playoff winner Quincy) but' finally failed to satisfy the baseball hungry populace of the smallest city In the league. Keokuk, with a population of for 1954 ALUBTAR CANS MenAay. Auf . Bl PotrlB Ut Om MNiB base to the outfield when Bill Bruton turned up with a 103-degree temperature. Bud Podbielan, lifted in the eighth, was the winner, and Bob Buhl was the loser. The Cubs were in front 3-6 and Paul Minner had retired 18 men in a row when Wally Moon singled for the Cards in the seventh. Doubles by Stan Musial, Ray Jablonski and Peanuts Low-rey tied the score. Rpokie Joe Frazier was Walked, then Alston, rookie first baseman, cleared the bases on the first pitch thrown by Davis. Frank Baumholtz hit a pinch hopner for the Cubs in the seventh to complete the scoring. Gene Baker also homered for the Wrigleys. Johnny K 1 1 p p t e i n, who pitched to only Lowrey and Frasier, was the loser. Vie Raschl, relieved by Gerry Staley in the seventh, got the win. Card Manager Eddy Stanky and Utility Infielder Solly Hemus were thrown out of the game for too enthusiastically protesting a foul call on a long drive by Musial. o The Phillies, who hsve been getting phenomenal pitching, swept to 6-0 and 7-1 victories over the Pirates as Robin Roberts scored his first victory with a four-hitter and Lefty Curt Simmons followed with a seven-hitter in the second game. The Giants topped the Dodgers, 6-3, as Sal Maglie beat them for the second time. Earl Torgeson supplied Roberts with a three-run homer in the first inning of the opener at Philadelphia while Del Ennis was the big batsman in the second triumph, driving in five runs with two homers. For the 20th time and for the ninth time in a row at Ebbets field, Maglie subdued the Dodgers on a strong eight-hit job. Monte Irvin drove in four New York runs with a homer and two singles while Willie Mays also hit a homer. Duke Snider and Gil Hodges homered for Brooklyn. Stable Boy, 16 Set Barn Blaze BOSTON (AP) Police said a discharged stable boy, 16, con fessed Saturday he set a fire which destroyed a large barn and four race horses at Suffolk Downs race track Friday night. A stable hand and a fire fighter were injured fighting the blaze. The stable boy, who identified himself as Samuel White, jr., of New Orleans, was booked on a charge of arson apd-held for arraignment Tufe3ay in Chelsea district court. Lt. Jeremiah Sullivan of the Massachusetts state fire marshals office said White told him he threw straw in a corner of the barn and tossed a lighted match into it He said he meant to burn down the barn but did not intend to harm the horsqs. Storm Lake Drops From Baseball Loop SPENCER (INS) Storm Lake officials announced Monday that city would not be repiesented this season m the Iowa State league. Storm Lake officials were scheduled to meet in Spencer Monday night with Spencer Baseball President Ben Shine in an attempt to reorganize for the present season 3 i t FISHBACK WHITE 16.000, drew a record of 76.-405 fans (464 percent of iU population) who turned out in the hope of luring a major league sponsor. The areas loyalty paid off, aa the Cleveland Indiana -agreed to supply player material after Peoria severed relations with Cleveland after a one-year tryout Prior to that, Cleveland waa associated with Cedar Rapida for three years. After failing to supply a first-division club in the Three-I the last your years, Cleveland officials promised to do their utmost to send the. best talent into Keokuk. For the manager of the riew Kernels, Cleveland sent Jo Jo White, a veteran of nind years in the major leagues as an outfielder who played in two World Senes with Detroit m 1934 and 1935. White managed in the minors from 1947 to 1952. In 1951 and 1952, he piloted AA San Antonio of the Texas league and in 1953 was a scout for the Cleveland Indians. Kernel fficiala decided to make a clean sweep of Ita files and sold and released every player on ita 1953 roster. The only familiar name on tap will be Second Baseman Jimmy Fishback whs played for Cedar Rapids In 1952 and hit .273 in 125 games for Peoria last year. The pitchers include George (Continued on Page 12, CoL 3.) iedar-wms'xomus ,ASE dAil- p OSt i If- fb i I V 1 .( Oaiclli photo b p Laurlo VonDrkt. BOOSTER WEEK OPENS Mayor Milo Sedlecek (center) has proclaimed this Cedar Rapids Indians Baseball Booster week. Two leagues, each with eight teams, are holding e contest to see which can sell the most tickets for Indians games. Art Swerxentruber (left) end Art Story are heading the leagues. Yanks Having Troubles As Tigers Lead League By Jack Hand. AP Sport Writer. The Yanks, struggling at .500, definitely do not look like rim-away pennant winners on their form for the first week of the nev season. Left-handers baffle the Yanks. Detroit, geneially picked to bounce around the second division, is riRht up there at the head of the standings. Two spring training phenomt' failed in their American league debuts. The Yanks Bob Grim was knocked out and beaten by Washingtons Maury McDermott, 9-3. And Bostons Tom Brewer, who ran up a long string of scoreless innings in Florida, was chased by Philadelphia as the As won the first game from the Red Sox behind rookie Bob Trice,, 6-4. Jackie Jensens 13th - inning homer gave Red Sox reliefer Ellis Kinder the second game, 4-3. Steve Gromek, a seven-game winner with two clubs last year, copped his second straight for Detroit, 8-3, over Baltimore's Don Larsen. Jim Rivera. Minnie Minoso uid Ferris Fain hit home runs that made Billy Pierces spotty 10-hit pitching stand up for a 6-2 Chicago edge over Cleveland in a game cut to six innings by rain. The second game was postponed. Suggs Tops, Babe Second in Meet BEAUMONT, Texas (UP) Louise Suggs of Atlanta, Ga., Monday held the championship of the Babe Didnkson Zaharias Open, runnerup Mrs. Mildred Zaharias, had her heart set on winning. Miss Suggs went into Sundays finals one stroke ahead of the defending champion for whom the $3,500 tournament was named, and her great work with the irons brought her home two strokes m front with a par 73. Miss Suggs collected $700 for top money while the 40-year-old Babe received $500. The two leaden matched almost stroke for stroke during the last 18 holea. But Mist Suggs picked up one stroke Sunday to go with her lead, and the Babe could never catch her. Following Miss Suggs 224 and the honorees 226, came Betty Hicks of Durham, N.C., with 229, Bettye Danoff of Dallas, Texas, with 232, and Betty Jameson of San Antonio, Texas, 233. SPORTSMAN'S DIGEST Idfshdrp CROW SHOOTING IN SPRINGTIME j off hpi C-R-R-R-A-W I John crows matin SQUAu. IS SHOWN ABOVE. IT MAY BE REPEATED BO TIMES OR MORE. DURING T)SS TIME HE STRUTS AND BOWS TO HIS LCVE. SHE MAY HAVE S OR 6 SUITORS AT ONCE, FIGHTING FOR HER FAVOR. WHEN SHE CHOOSES HER MATE, BOTH DRIVE THE OTHERS AWAY. A LONGER VERSION OR ABOVE CALL IS LOWER IN NOTE. TR . 4-jngr C-R-R-R-A-W Use the mating call only DURING THE COURTING PE ROD, ABOUT APRIL I-IS (MAY VARY A BfT. AFTER THAT, CALL ALARMS INSTEAD OP LURES. fane oaf) pQ0Q3D OCD7 o o M0T0L0T Does It While Yaa Cr Tract - Trartan St, OO larala, Imn C,mrMaln lam Fnl GW For . . Tk. ijfa as Taar Engine t Easy Te too -Jest dee MOTALOY Tana tv fuel tank. Over two million satisfied aser In t 8 ITll GLABANTEED. GET FACTS. Omrittln ftIHf aatl, frw. II AL 7-tJll, Baa Itat Cnr Sutr lar larM-Vn M 3TALOT Metoloy Sale 140 23rd St. Drive SI CHtr lUMFa. I, THIS "AO FOB BirUtlNCB cur t ' A i "That's Better," Says Stanky of Cards' First Win By Tom Branagan. CHICAGO (AP) The St. Louis Cardinals finally broke the ice in the 1954 National league baseball season which, as Man ager Eddie Stanky says, is better. Better, of course, than losing three straight including a 23-13 pasting by the Chicago Cubs Saturday. The Cards recovered from that lopsided licking by turning in a 6-4 viciory over the Cubs Sunday, scoring all their runs with a come-from-behind sixth-inning spurt climaxed by Rookie Tom Alston's three-run pinch homer. Vie Raschl. the former Yankee, thus was credited with his first National league victory. The Cubs and Cards had a second game scheduled but it was called after two scoreless innings because of darkness. Although Stanky was interested enough m Sunday's activities tq get himself thrown out during the big seventh for debating too vigorously one of Umpire Abe Balianfant's decisions, its obvious that he and his Cardinals are still thinking about their showing Saturday. The Rrdblrd manager didnt go on record with his reaction to that display. But his terse well, that's better" comment on Sunday's victory indicated it will be a long time before Stanky forgets the previous day's drubbing. Nor, for that matter, will his players. Red Schoendienst, veteran second baseman, described the record 3 hour and 43 minute marathon as the worst game I can ever remember playing in. Option Jethroe. NEW YORK (UP) Outfielder Sam Jethroe, who was obtained from the Milwaukee Braves in the deal for Danny OConnell last winter, has been optioned to Toronto in the International league, the Pittsburgh Pirates announced Monday. TV Sports BROOKLYN flTP UnktttrR FUvi FatUrsan. rMInf a trail hi rifihln f th Ilfht-hPBW-toHffbt 4MaU. Uncles sltli fall-blendr Indlaa Alvta "f bftrf William Unlfbl la the elf ht-rean leaiara beat ai the Iatera Parkwae Arena raltersaa. farmer Ofrmale mMille-rank a virtually fJ!tlva faverlte in tha widely (!-KC-fU-TT). which la re-atrleUd te elvht raaada by New Verb law ftaeyaaa la ealv l year eld. Th brllllaat Nraaklraita ha featht 11 refealeaa and waa ,m ail. eight ef them hr haeebaata. aad la eareeatly raahed Na 4 ament th een-tendera fer Archla Meeraa Ilfbt-heavy W Utlama. a Cadde ladlaa frem Wlehlta. 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The slim, choppy strider from Ashland, Kan., came back two hours iater to run a mile anchor in 4.12 seconds in the university distance medley. Santee will devote his efforts in the Drake relays te the baton events. The Jay-hank team set a new world's mark of 3:20.2 for the sprint medley in the Texas relays. The Kansas relays also featured a worlds record betteryig 440-yard university relay team from Texas. The Longhorns made the short route in 40.3 seconds, two-tenths of a second faster than the world record held by Southern California. Tigers Didn't Impress Dykes BALTIMORE (AP) The Detroit Tigers are leading the American league today by virtue of beating the Baltimore Orioles three out of four, but Oriole Manager Jimmy Dykes still isnt convinced theyll , prove more than a periodic troublemaker. The same goes for his team which should win a lot of games and sui prise a lot of people although it has won only two of five so far. In both rases. Manager Dykes opinion revolves mostly around pitching. He doesn't believe Detroit has whst tt takes and that the Oriolei might. ' Detroit admittedly has hitting strength in the middle with Harvey Kuenn, Ray Boone and Walt Dropo, he said. And those youngsters like A1 Kaline, Frank Bolling and Bill Tuttle are going to bother you. But youve got to' get superb pitching and I dont think they will. Take Steve Gromek for instance Even though he beat us 8-3 Sunday, he wasnt nearly as sharp as he was against us the first day " Gromek shut put the Orioles on opening dayu Sunday, they got to him for nine hits and three runs. The Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE. W L Pot. OR? 4 1 4 I .0 3 ? .500 2 t ..1 2 2 . 50 2 .40 i 9 r I 4 .20 9 Philadelphia UnrliiHili Breekivn Sew erk ... Chicago Mllwovkro 91. Uuii - . Pittsburgh RFSC I.TS SINDAV. New Verb Hi Hroeklvn .1. Philadelphia 4i: Pittsburgh 0-1. f iarlnnatl a-At Milwaukee 43. M I euia 4i Chlrage 4. (ttecend limt. darkneaa CAMP? MONDAV. 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