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I 4,10, "9711t millammer a"nd Slade Hoisted OVer SINDErirt; 'TER11111 - 4 , 9 y Whitney Martin NEW YORK. July 13. 11MNow that the major league teams have settled downsome of them far, far downafter the all-star game, let's give the pennant race situation a quick once-over lightly. Here's the way it looks: NATIONAL LEAGVE Brooklyn Dodgers Still look like the solid team, and if they could meet the Braves, Pirates or Reds every day would win in a breeze. Pitching still the uncertain qua at ity. Now York GiantsThe outfield could be better. and the club on occasion has shown symptoms of panic. Monte Irvins' return. if liqt too long delayed, might be ifite tonic needed. St. Louis Cardinals Peppiest team in spring training. and still the peppiest. Decidedly dangerous. particularly with Enos Slaughter laughing at the years. The dog days ahead will tell the story, but usis aura. v ILI 1,1a don't count the club out. The rest of the nations are .Chicago CubsGiving it the housed at Kaepylae, an equally good fight, but don't figure to have modern village, about a mile and a the all-around class to take it all. half from the main stadium. Have a real nuisance value as long, Neither the United States not' as Hank Sauer hits. I the Russians are involNed in the Philadelphia Phi IliesDon't baskethall trials that begin topect miracles from Steve O'Neill. morrow. They both got free passes It takes more than a switch in into the main competition. The managers to make a team sud- Russians because they are the denly come to life and start win- European champions, the Amerining.' It might have been better cans because they are the Olympic to have kept the manager and champions. Invitched teams. they Cincinnati RedsbeAbout ht wntinewreltiRsT REPEATER When Ewell Blaelospll has a bad, I year, so do the Reds. Boston BravesAnother club! cops SPEED 'CAP that blamed it on the manager.' Charley .Grimm just inherited headaches. If the Dodgers win, SEATTLE, July 13. ()PtFavored they should give the Bostonians a First Repeater turned in the fastest share of the series loot. six furlongs of the current Long-.Pittsburgh PiratesStill in the acres meeting to win the $5000 league at last report. speed handicap today by three- , quarters of a length. plERICAN LEAGUE The Breel stable entry, high New York YankeesStill team weighted at 121 pounds, was to beat. Casey Stengel may settle clocked in 1:10, one second off the on a starting line-up the last day track record. Sir Calbenor, owned of the season. Wobble and scram- by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jolly and the ble at times, but manage to win 1951 winner of the handicap was tlie big ones. second and Fanfare of the Elltaes , Chicago White SoxFollowing stable third. the 1951 script, but again don't First Repeater returned $4.60, seem strong enough over the long $3.10 and S2.70; Sir Calbenor $4.80 OW. Figure to fade sometime and $3.50, and Fanfare $3.50. next month unless Paul Richards The estimated attendance was his a secret weapon. 5800 and mutuel handle $274,185. Cleveland IndiansCould do It rd irstn Lucky To, Merin& Boy. J 31,,lo,ir-ai0ykoee, yet, although Luke Easter, the 'Th irdJean ator o . man who was supposed to carry F Ore, .ci,utthAccurate Guess, liandom Chance. them isn't even being carried by yittnOriemot, Aspen. Sam Ron. the club. His knee Just couldn't StathBim Ton. Foolish LAW, AresznaL stand the weight. SeventhDutch Baby, Gay Roost. Butt- relic :Washington SenatorsGiving it I EhthOIimpO Jr.. Our Judy. Sunny SV., sa headaches. If the Dodgers win, SEATTLE, July 13. ()PtFavored they shquid give the Bostonians a First Repeater turned in the fastest share of the series loot. six furlongs of the current Long-.Pittsburgh PiratesStill in the acres meeting to win the $5000 league at last report. speed handicap today by three- , quarters of a length. plERICAN LEAGUE The Breel stable entry, high - w New York YankeesStill team weighted at 121 pounds, was to beat. Casey Stengel may settle clocked in 1:10, one second off the on a starting line-up the last day track record. Sir Calbenor, owned of the season. Wobble and scram- by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jolly and the , ble at times, but manage to win 1051 winner of the handicap was the big ones. second and Fanfare of the Elltaes , Chicago White SoxFollowing stable third. the 1951 script, but again don't First Repeater returned $4.60, seem strong enough over the long $3.10 and $2.70; Sir Calbenor $4.80 lipul. Figure to fade sometime and $3.50, and Fanfare $3.50. next month unless Paul Richards The estimated attendence was his a secret weapon. 5800 and mutuel handle $274,185. t Cleveland IndiansCould do it rirstz.srssialLolely,Titry Ton,c,IroerirtnaokBoy: yet, although Luke Easter, the ThirdJean Sue, Ma)or J., Be Tend,. man who was supposed to carry F. Gre,oi,urthActurate Guess, Random Chatted, them isn't even being carried by ylithOrlemid. Aspen. Sam Jones. the club. His knee just couldn't Sixth-13mi Ton, Foolish LAW, Aremnal. stand the weight. reirenthDutch Baby. Gay Roost. Buil- - Washington SenatorsGiving it I El ehthOlimpd Jr.. Our Judy. Sunny the valiant try . but despite judi-, Forest. , NinthFirst Repeater. Sir Calbenor. Fan. ., cious trades don't figure to finish fur,. at the top. As Bucky Harris said,: TenthThe Manxman, Santa Tortes, though, they'll be in somebody'sit,e)ble liflwer. heir quite often. r Boston Red SoxMiss Ted Wil-1LARsoN GUARDS Items more than somewhat. An-, other case where it takes more i than a change in managers to curel PERFECT MARK whet ails the club. , Philadelphia Athletics Figure' to be second division unless Bobby! MOSES LAKE. Wash.. July 11 Shantz can pitch every day. Can Larson Air Forse Base maintained knock off the better clubs at em-lits undefeated role in the second barrassing times, though. Maybe half of the Valley league baseball they're saving everything for the ,season here today by spilling Soap last six weeks as they did last:Lake, 9 to 4. year, when they had the best i Steve Dronyk, Soap Lake man-record in the league over th i e'ager was injured in the fifth in- i period. , - ,ning when he slid into third base. St,. ,, Louis BrownsA case of !A small bone in his knee was water finding its own level. The tbroken. He will be out of action whoopla based on Bill Veeck's in-labout a month, reports said. genuity and Rogers Hornsby's, Vtlith timely hitting on the part acquisition has dwindled to a whis-lof Burt Whitney, who, blasted a per, with Hornsby no longer,' bases-loaded homer in the seventh, around. , the Larson Blue Legs broke a 4-all Detroit TigersAnother "blame-, tie to win. It was the second homer it-on-the-manager" case. How a!of the game for Whitney and his team that good can be that bad is 'third in two days. a mystery. Have never finished in Howard Stevens struck out 111 the cellar. and we have a hunch and walked two for the airmen. . they won't this year. Soa P Lake 002200000-4 9 7, liaison 02002050x-9 9 51 o n- r7 In A n rilmrt Skeen' and Holmes; Stevens and Williams. EITZ IS PACING Steen s and Williams. KskitiSilime6F MEAD ! LEGION BATTERS SPLITS AT IONE 'Making a one-man race of the Making a one-man race of the American Legion junior baseball individual batting race, Jerry Seitz held a lead of better than 150 points over his nearest rival among those eligible for the title. ,Seitz, regular catcher who takes a turn on the mound for Empire Furniture, has collected 21 hits in 39 times at bat for a .538 average in league games through last Friday night. In the same number of trips to the plate, George Weishaar bad connected 15 times to average -- -- -- - . HRkaisar-Mead ,elds - - 0- ----'' .385 for SPcond place among the F tine. ! ! ' Than ' I"' Hu 1 - RU331R113 IIVAII I regulars. Weishaar also topped the! Second Game ! league in doubles, the Silver Loaf Kpliwr-wan TO SEE KURLAND titird sacker having seven in that Ion e ....... 0 1)3 1)0 O 3 2 02-7-2a In :I2 . department. .! William& anej ffrmlon: E. SiPael and Eircher. i pl-The aced near heavy-hitting Empire club: pNi- ETON--CORN - ELL WIN I HELSINKI. July 13. tirtFive its power hitters at or ! ruNEW the top of most of the individual! PORT. R. I., July 13! upillussion journalists visited the batting leads, running one two A combined Princeton-Cornell!American Olympic camp at Kae- three in runs batted in with Seitz , lawn tennis team defeated a tour- ! pylae today and the first thing they two ahead of Ken Kimbrough and in m g Oxford-Cambridge club, 11 to 4,Iasked was to see Bob Kurland, the !towering hakethall star. in the two-day. round robin match Bucky Bouten at 32, Kimbrough has 16 tolen bases and shares at Newport casino. I They were escorted to Kurland s -- honors with teammate Bob Bour-. , ! " , ,... ... . . 74',.r1. 4 4 -0 6 .429 101 er Et4 ''4 4 In .4171 V e;k, ser EL 11 16 17, Crdti. Er 19 2 7 .368 Erunstte SL 42 14 15 .351, Fern. CV VI 6 7 35o E'rut00. FP ',2 II 18 .146 St rs t EM 4, 2 14 .141 K.m,rr.ugr: EP 51 22 17 .313 r? 45 16 IS .333 Er 40 9 13 .325 :,1,1VPrl CV 28 II 9 .32' O'Crnner EP 47 13 15 .319 Ey.o. CV .r 38 7 12 .316 NI, C,ontil. CV 36 7 11 ,3n6 E,urteau. Er 53 13 15 .283 rs, ors. si., ,V) 10 14 .260 Panther, CV 38 9 10 216 Patley. S 18 1 5 .276, r ,11,F., 1 65 23 14 .2S3 rIsher, SL 44 12 11 256 , 1' 11,13S S 40 5 10 .2.50 Eamon, s 145 8 9 2',0 tosney. SL 16 8 9 .2:50 Letinard. $L 32 5 8 Aspsss. SL 24 6 6 .250 NIclondro CV 20 7 5 .250 Eolith. 9 201 3 6 .211, Lug.. EM 44 2 10 .227' Lueritke BM 36 6 16 .222. Andersryn. CV 32 7 7 .215 Cooper, 8 17 2 I .216 Fruccl. CV 28 14 8 .214; Lease, PM 49 3 In .204 ' Sire). BM Sn 9 in 200' Ohms,, BM SO 7 In .20n A Rust, FM 45 5 9 .200 Individual Leaders 1 ''. Trstal hawsSetts. El', 32; Kimorough.! 1 29: Swim. EP. 21 'Ele,,base hitsWelshaar. St, 7 Bouen.1 8' Eltntmroush. 4: Seltr. 4. Parr. L. 4 t Three4mse hitsMcConnell, CV 2: Selz. 2.1 4 HnInt runaBourbeau YE. 2: 811mbrnugh 2 ,Str,len basesKironyouth. 16: TO$WsSI. SL,1 13 Frueci. CV, 10. MeOlen. CV, 10 Mc., C0oneil 10. Sacrifice bltslipp, SL, 8; McConnell, 5 )119,noto. SL 4. , lilt by pacherFrucet. 8. Mien. 5: Brun- i nets 4 I Runs batted inB,:mrboau. 20: Seitz. 18: Firsts, 16. I KIIIELDS N. Y. CHAMP ALBANY, N. Y, July 11. Rill!, Shields successfully defended' his Now York state amateur golf Ole today by defeatinc Ray nii-i lOwF, 6 and 5. in the 36-hole final at Wolferts Roost. HOOP CONTESTS 'Giants Split Double-Header SKIP U. S.y REDS First Trial Runs Are on Tap Today at Helsinki HELSINKI, July 13. (A)--The hammer and sickle of Soviet Russia was sent flapping into the breeze over an Olympic village for the first time in history today as athletes from 69 nations intensified their training for the 15th modern Olympic games. Preliminary competition in basketball begins early tomorrow with soccer and field hockey following On Tuesday in the grand buildup for the official opening on Saturday. Hidden in Pines The Russians raised their flag over the ultramodern communist nations' village of Otaniemi, tucked away in the pines six miles west of Helsinki. Their satellite nations Czechoslovakia, Romania, Poland, Hungary and Bulgariasent up their flags. too, before a sparse gathering of several hundred spectators. mostly Finns. modern village, about a mile and a : ' 1 half from the main stadium. r'''''N V4 , Neither the United Stes at nor' ., . , , .., , ,4".'....., the Russians 8TP invoiNed in the '''::. , . .fr, ,,,- 1, :, .- , . , . , " baskethall trials that begin to.' morroA Th both got free pa o'',..... ....,,,, : , ,,...,, 1 , . ey sses ,t,:, .'; , , . . , into the main competition. The ;tat , , ,..: ' ..'..."'"' .,'. Russians because they are the,' European champions, the Ameri.i Jim Rivera, Si. Louis Brown centerfielder, CRT1S because they are the 0i3mpici slides safely by Red Sox catcher Sammy White champions. yesterday to score in a game at Boston. Rivera r I I. " Om ..lk rn a .- r rk came from second when Jim Delsing singled to The Kaiser-Mead softball team split a twin bill with the Townies at lone yesterday, winning the opener. 14 to 10, but dropping the finale by an 8-to-2 count. Don Fields and Kay Thain hashed homers for Kaiser-Mead in the opener, which saw Bud Buffine of lone also hitting for the circuit. m.ispr-mpao o 6 2 0 8 0 0-14 10 1 lone 0 2 0 5 0 1 2-10 7 2 a. flId !nd .Hnrtnn 1-1,,!frnan and EuaY Eddie Waltkus, Phil lies' first sacker is trapped between third and home in the second inning of the first game against the Cubs yesterday as third baseman Randy Jackson rushes in to tag him. Catcher Toby Atwell (11) stands ready to stop Waitkus. Umpire is Jocko Con Ian; Phil lies' third base coach is Eddie Mayo. (AP.) ANGLING ANGLES Having covered the basic leader this leader by adding one or more in previous articles, let's look at strands of material to make it leaders designed for special jobs. 10 or 12 feet long. In case you have forgotten, here In brushy brooks, where no cast-are the dimensions for the 9-foot ling is required using flies or bait all-around leader for both dry and on small hooks: .009, 16 inches wet fly: .017, 12 inches.015, 12 .008. 16 inchesi3O07, 16 inches. This inches.013, 12 inches.011, 12 makes a 4-foot leader. inches5110, 12 inches.009, 16 For small streams using flies 10 inches.008, 16 inches.007, 16 to 14 in hook size: .017, 6 inches inches, .015, 6 inches .013, 10 inches.011, (The slanted lines indicate 12 inches.008, 16 inches.009, 12 knots I inchesMR, 16 inches.007, 16 For trout in low, clear water, inches. This yields one 7-foot using dry or wet flies, nymphs in i leader. sizes 14, 16 or smaller, lengthen' FRED PETERSON. RUSSIANS WANT beau in home runs at two Poch. Del McConnell, Cf. ntral Pacific Northwest Golf Winners FindSPitz each have twu triples Rs, , , . - . 1,N1cConnel1 is second in sacrifice - - , , hits. his five being (ItiP behind , Dwayne 1,'pp of Silver Loaf. a . John Frucci ha s. stopped the most , miches, being tagged hy -the offer-, ings of hurlers on right occasions. Lerords include the first 16 of a 60- game 'league sthedule. . It ' Leading 'litters , - ',cooing !inters . , , ! A P F P mt, ,,t7 EY 31 II 21 314 t 1 tr,.,14y. 4 4 0 5 .421 .'t , ...246 11,,,,, ! , ,1' , 54 .44'5 2 , t21' ,-:' Ett4 '74 4 10 .411 t , ' , i . M elk .as ,- EL 11 16 15 .115 4 ' ' ' 1 C,110 Er 11 2 7 .358 'it c 2 . k, . . i ''"-,- -, ,... l, . . Pun1Ie SL 42 1A 15 .351 , , , Fern. CV 2 O 6 7 111 , .., F-utn, FF 52 11 18 146 sots t 1M 4' 2 14 .141 ; K m ',mug t EP' 51 22 17 313 ,Amott ,,, , 4,06F ' 54,, I I' 1,w,cr. FF 45 16 IS 111 t 1 , ,,,, ,,, , '''''',; Ftt FF 40 9 13 .325 1'" 5,,,16 CV 28 II 0 . 321 : i1. le 0 C.- !-Irlf v E 47 r 13 15 110 r ,.ei, u', ,, , l'.,,tt. CV 38 7 12 .316 , ,,84 - 71.160til. CV 36 7 11 .306 ' ' B up7,eau. El, 53 13 15 .263 il I Fa t 4,24, st 11,0 10 14 .280 . 1,, l, .,) , , .,,,.... 3 , ,st. 4''' , t PInt her. CV 38 ft 10 276 I , PRiley S 18 1 5 .278 .,, 4r ttv, ' 7 ' F ,11,,E, L 55 23 14 .255 , . . Ftstutr, SL 44 12 11 250 , i ,,, ,, Pirn. t S 40 5 10 .250 t ' A V: .,. ..,:,,,, -, i I ! ,,, . , 4.' '' ParrlOn, S 15 8 9 250 , A ,, , tosn4y. St, 15 Is 9 250. gt - , it''..., 1 'i:' .,. . Letmard. SL 32 5 8 .250 , ' Asitsas. SL 24 5 6 250 rAt' . , . '. ,, ' .t!. . e ,; f - ,,-.4,- !"- :1 I. .,,,,,........2, 610100(1m CV 20 7 5 .24,0 ' -,,,N, ,,,...., . , . , fr , f , 1 60100. c 26 3 6 .211 Ler g. BM 44 2 10 .227 I .. A ti ' I 1 . . , , , : . , Lueltk6 BM 35 5 A 32 1 7 -.id), ,, . , ... III . r A rd4rttAl CV . Cnopo r , 9 17 2 A .216 1 Frucett. CV 28 14 8 .214 5, ' I ,, LAts se , PM 49 3 10 .264 , 5 ' 2 S 00 9 VI 50 9 in 2no . '.. , .. Orme, BM SO 7 In 2nn , . I , 4-N.,:', , iit 7 ' 111- N i:;:',' r-.. , -- A Rust, FM 45 5 9 205 5 ,2 ,r , , Pat Lesser, Seattle, (left) and Bill Mawhinney, Vancouver, B. C., (right ). hold a championship cup atter Winning the PNGA tourney' in Tacoma Saturday. Chuck Hunter, (center) HELSINKI. July 13. (irtFive Russian journalists visited the American Olympic camp at Kaepylae today and the first thing they asked was to see Bob Kurland, the towering basketball star. Thry were escorted to Kurland bawl Sammy White Misses Runner at Plate room where their eyes popped when the 6-104 redhead rose to greet them. Through one of theft number who spoke English, they asked Kurland numerous questions about his training practices, The Russians also visited the Olympic headquarters where they chatted with George Gardner, tnit-' ed States press chief. They didn't talk about track, and field but showed keen interest in Ameriean soccer, basketball and weight-lifting prospects. 1 PNGA president, had just presented the cup to Mawhinney who defeated Bruce Cudd, Portland, Oregon, $ and 7, in the final round. Miss Lesser downed Barbara Hulscher, Tacoma.. short left field. The throw went to first base and Rivera rounded third for home. Sox first baseman Dick Gernet relayed to Sammy at home, but Rivera beat it across. (AP.) No Red Carpet at Red Camp, -Trapped NO HOSPITALITY "OUT IN WOODSIIIMuellr.rt 3 1 FIR tton.21, 1 1 fl 5 4inetrtmn:;:y.31,0 1, 1 5151 Man .s 4 3 1 5 s I SPencer.p 1 n Prkowsmop 4 1 1 ,Nrk 1 0 0 0 Moir. Qua rtPrn Hari Roan :Greta TO 0000 Olympic Quarters Had Been I IMRIP as 4 a 9, 101815 at la la la Tightly Locked Up 1 New York 000000200 2 'Cincinnati 00340012x-1 o HELSINKI, July 13. MD The ERigney 2, Kennedy, 13 RIBorkowski Russians opened their Olympic 2. Adams. Adcock, McMillan. Perkowski, village to visitors today. but that kil'era711.1.,, llizer Ylio:Z. Inicskv'r,',7s v,,,ike l 2 oi 1f. may be using the term looFely. I man. Borkowski. BRAdcock, Westlake. DP They opened the gates, but no- 51sInki7gliit:nnZikitnend-kiiiHsLmsks771114;teiks,enilro kr: body knocked himself out making Milian-I( inszewski. Left New York 6. Cinwesterners feel at home. cinnati 6. BRRennedy 1; Spencar I. Per- encer 3, Perkow- And a Czech team official con- sk-, ',I ;116G2.14fnniedy6 6 inSP3 Innings t faced tided to a western newsman in two batter' in 4th : Soencer 4 Us A: Gregg German: 5 In 2, R and PPKo.nnfriv 54! Spener ! a-k Grett 3-3. WpPerkoviski 47-6 1. LP Stuck Out in Woods 1K remedy i 2-3 i tiSornry, Wameite. ,Goeta and Dascoft Time-2' 16, I. Americans have everything - I'France won the lgth lap of the Tour de France bicycle race be!tween Toulouse and Bagnerre-Bi,gorre today. at Cincinnati PHILLIES SWEEP PAIR FROM CUBS Boston and Pittsburgh Split; Brooks, Cards Rained 11111T101111L IV. L. Pct. GB. Brooklyn 51 22 .707 New York 49 99 .628 St. Louis 41 35 .57S 9 Chicago 41 39 .524 131,i Philadelphia SS 42 .475 17 Cincinnati 35 41 .417 21 Boston 34 47 .429 22 Pittsburgh 23 62 .271 35 Sunday Scores Now York 2-4. Cincinnati 10-3. Philadelphia 7-9, Chicago 3-2. anon, 4-2. Pittaburth 2-1. Brooklyn at M. Leonia rain. Monday Games larsolglys le Si. Iws ( Mein ---rrskilte (R-2 ) sa. Stley (12-0) or RO)Pf (5-4 l New York at CincinnatiNears I 94) so Ratlensberser 10-0 ) Phirsdelohla at ( hies toRlmmona ) 7-2 ) vs. Loss 43-51. Only games sehedsled. CINCINNATIJuly 03. (r)-- Davey Williams two-run triple in the ninth ruined young Joe Nitxhall's first major league start today RA the New York Giants hounced hack with a 4-to-2 victory after dropping a 10-10-2 decision to the Cincinnati Reds. Nuxhall's wildness had aided in the two New York runs in the first inning of the nightcap. NEW YORK I CINCINNATI ob. r. Its ab r. h. a, RIgneyse 4 0 0 3 BrkowatiLet 5 2 3 0 LockmoLh 4 0 I 2 Adams36 5 0 2 2 ThornstL3b 4 0 1 I Marshal.rt 3 0 0 0 Elliuttlf 4 2 0 Weetlake.rt 2 2 2 A Thmosnef 4 0 1 0 Adrock.lf 5 1 3 0 Westrum,C fl 0 0 0 Klarsek , lb 4 1 2 1 Yvarso 2 0 0 0 ;emtnick.e. 4 0 1 0 Trn Cs 31 2 9 , Tntals 37 10 14 14 in their village. We are stui;k oui! Nernd Gant4 here in the woods. But not the NEW YORK CINCINNATI Lb. r. h. A ' lb. r. h. I Americans, oh no." 4winmilb 4 1 3 2 Rnrkwalli,et 5 1 2 k He forgot to add the Russians tmckinn.it) 4 1 2 1 AlArn43b 5 0 3 2 themselves wanted the Otaniemi ;Vt'tgilit 1 (at ; ; AVri7oIll'akkrt III 3 0 camp, located several miles from Dio,rinicri 0 0 0 0 Klux441.1h 4 0 2 1 lov.:n.. They've been keeping It 'Rroinissb: ig II ; tnt,Alire,213 ; (1), 4 2 town. They've been keeping it, 'grT:s": ; i; 3 1,fTne:" ; '4 I) I locked up like the crown jewels. 33'estrume 4 0 0 A MAnthall 1 0 0 tl They had a big flag-raising cere- Lrinmpn.el 4 1 2 0 S,min.e 0 0 0 0 rnony for Russia and her satellites, alne7en, P ? ? ? ; NI.i4leiniiii.npu 24 ; ; 1 Czechoslovakia, Rumania, Poland, Welhelmsp 6 CI t) o Hungary and Bulgaria. . Total; 35 4 9 13 Total!! 36 2 12 11 went up there vvas a horrible rno-'cincineati 1 o o o tt1. o o o-2 ment when it slipped. It made it to EThornson. SIBI-1,,-;ekman, Thomann. the inn, however, and everybody ,t,,,,ams, niirniusz,newsii((ii,u.wowinri2. 2482-7;ruirmm; hreathed easier. : DPThompson-Williams-Lockman; Ds rk.Willlama anti Lockman. LettNew York 7, CM. Secret Police! 'clime' 1 1 . BBJansen 4, Nushall 2. SO-- 1 .1111150n 7, Bush's II 2 HOJansen. 11 In A: Several Russians in plain elothes Wilhelm 1 In 1. R and FRJansen 2-1; threaded through the crowd in rilileitilLo,-.no, 11.4111 ail; V.,dxh4ushg13, : front of the new brick buildings uWarneke, Coots. Da senli and Seem,. lima which offer the Russians excellent ;---2,23. Att.-16,135. accommodations. They resembled the MVD (secretl PIIILLIES (IRAR PAIR police) men usually on hand at CIIICAGO, July 11. IIP)---The communist meeting in EastBerlin.iPhiladelphia Pbillirs won their "This is a nice Camp," said a .ninth and 10th games nut of the communist newspaperman from the, last 17 since Steve O'Neill was Past, "but I feel uncomfortahle in named manager by sweeping a it. I didn't say I was coming but !double-header from I he Chicago "I am a sports writer, nnt a 7;rhe -t-4,,Ji victories pulled the political writer," he said with a 1 Phillies within four games rd the smile. i fourth-place Cubs. Bob Rush, the Smoking eigarets !winning pitcher in the all-star Russian athletes strolled around 'game, was K. O'd in the second the.camp puffing on cigarettes. !match to suffer his seventh loss. ",'".-'9 . """ 9 ; hilkilitt I BlirIVAS senrccl on balk in 2d t 2 B. denrist golfer ;ion the $2400' Ashburn. Ennis. Hermanski, Waltitus. SR first money in the $15.000 St. Paul. Ivan. 9Ashburn. DPHamner-Rytin-WaltOpen Golf tournament. today with l'ullH3,.:11-7f;;hili'dell'hil 12. rh"g 5' 13B a record-tying 72-hole score of iso---aso' 2.1 1;1!,"et:'sn 141satins7sn il.' tip':g 1. 266, 22 strokes under par. , HO--Rackor 4 in 133 innings. KlipPctein 2 Five strokes back in second place lt&n1.14.2 Sienhuliz AK In 2: Dreces 9 In 41, with 271 was Master's titlist, Sam I Hacker 3.3, 221(lipostel!In 0 :nI.2. .FI:chAunitdc 9-3, Snead, White Sulphur Springs. Ile I " 3-3' Han"n I"' Kelly "' wild won $1800. Henry Ransom, St. i Irr"ePwr'rers'-o i .K17' stsRcri.ikrM.rier', -;,--;,- Andrews, Ill., leader the first t Wo I art. GUIliPITIV). Gore and Conian. 'lime--days, finished third with 272 for i2i40. Att.-32.000 I estimated 1. $1400. I Second Game Tied for fourth and fifth were i PHILADPII.PH1A I CHICAGO Robert o de Vincenzo, Buenos Aires, l an r. ti. it ' eh r. S. a. and Ski Riegel, Ardmore, Okla., ilAlg A.12rnh.e t ';' ? 1 k ?7,1rinkv;incjI2'41 Hil I i with 274s, They each won $1100.1sicaisAs.rt 4 1 I ryticrmski.rt 4 1 1 1 Riegel came from far hack wit h a ErInia.lil 4 1 0 IlNsuer,11 3 0 1 0 blazing eight-under-par 64, the 11.140'smn7i;" ; ? 3 3:1:11) 1 a ? 1) day's best score. Lopata .c 2 0 0 rr;:eronalt) 4 I 2 ' 2 Sixth was Ted Kroll, New Hart-;.',axi t pit u a . 1 b ; 1'01 4 rk FRl tiiagoht er , c ; (no (01 I Torn, N. Y.. wit h 275. Grouped t a ,, : Oldrik p 1 n 0 0 cohuitz.p s a s s 277 were Smiley Quirk, Los An- i Km,tritY.P 1 0 0 O'Edwa)ds 1 0 0 0 i Kelly rc 0 0 0 n grins; Professional Golfers' associ-: ,Cavarretta inns a tion champion Jim Turnesa, i Briarcliff, N. Y., Ralph Blomquist,i PhT II n.t d a e I I il phlIa7 9 11 Si Totals as 2 10 10 203012001 Eagle Rock, Calif, and Mikan Ma-;Chicago 000100110J rusic, Herkimer, N. y. - w'i. R'fonnes2.3!Viel:Aus"florenTh:gli2i Allh': GEMINIANI WINS 18TH LAP burn seored on a wild pitch in ft th I. 211 . pones, Wailkits. 33Waltkus, Ashburn, Hem! ner. HOSerena. Jones. S13-0yan. OP OF FRENCH BICYCLE RACE I Oush-Pramesa-Fondy; Jones-Ityan-Waitkus: IHermansin-Serena. Ramner-Wailkus. Lett BAGNERRES - BIGORRE, Julyl Philadelphia A. Chicago 9. BBRush 5. 13. (ARaphael Geminiani of 'rg: 22' Ortild1;1:11141' BSch'u7ttelt.1'Hl. BrF?(Trihn France won the 15th lap of the 22., inning1: Ridlik 4 in 413: Rush 7 in Tour de France bicycle race be-In 13,3: Kelly 4 in 2: Hon. tween Toulouse and Bagnerre-Bi- s2t-A2tYtas2ssins-(;: vstcalaTti? FoR-o7 Schultz 0 1;coesl 1 y0-1122 : 0 itcl,c,n1 k gorre today. . shinty 0-0. Hit by pitcherOuch ( Nicholson 1. WilGeminiani covered the 204 kilo- itOus3: ch 7 ' el-t),;taLitaP titt is. 1.111)ielm11,,Idslk I meters (about 127 miles) in 6 hours and Stewart. Time-2:42. Att.-29,085. 45 minutes 16 seconds. Antonin ,-31an ucgers or rielgium ultra. PITTSBURGH, July 13. tiP)-- Triples by Jack Daniels snd John EGYPT BEATS AMERICANS Dittmer gave the Boston Braves a 2-to-1 triumph over the Pitts IN PRACTICE SOCCER - , 5 1 - I !burgh Pirates today in a doubleHELSINKI, July 13. QII--1 header nightcap. Egypt defeated the American soc- Boston took the first contest, 4 cer team, 5 to 1. In a practiceito 2, in easy fashion despite a match here tonight. Half-time ninth-inning homer by Raloh Kiner score was 3 to O. with one man on base. The two The Egyptians were faster and Nictories gave the Braves a clean 1 often split the American defense ilsweeP of their Pittsburgh series. wide open to break through andi BOSTON ab, r. h. a 1 PrrrsnuaGH ab. r. 5. a.l score. 11r4hrocct 3 0 0 Rrtirtneolto 3 0 0 0 Losanoss 5 1 1 Groat.as 4 0 0 4 CYCLE RIDER INJURED Tort.1n,15 3 0 0 Mtkovehoot 4 1 3 01 3ordon Ki .lt 4 0 0 n 1 er.11 4 1 0 SCHOTTEN, Germany, July 13.1Conne 3 t ,(3141111.,. 4000 (Reuters.)Geoffrey Duke, British,"7.;" 1 4 ;;;11,c1E3,;,11: : : ; i world champion motorcyclist, frAC-:DaZisr,.rfb 3 1 1 Stirkind.35 2 0 I 2 lured his thiFh today when his Sorkontoo 3 0 0 Fishar.p 0 0 0 0 ,Friend p 2 0 0 0 cycle crashed In the seventh lap of ' Totals trastialions 1 0 0 01 LAspalme.p 0 0 0 0 an international race. Earlier in ' the race he set up a lap record of I 31 4 4 71 Totals 32 2 6 9 76.613 miies an hour. , goaton 22000000-041 ,Pittatturgh . o o o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 2 TURNER COOLS WOLFE I ItoBartitOtne. RBITorpson, Gordon 2. KLAMATH FALLS, Ore., July' tz;san, Kinn O. 213Lon Strickland. 11R 13. tP)Eart Turner, 152kt4, Rich-it:LEN; On BUI;',"i! i t t I bpi' irr'g71);.n If 1;-DI 117i mond, Calla., knocked out Indian! 4, Surannt 2, Friand I o losnalme 1. SO , mond, Calla., knocked out Indianj; Surknnt 2,..Fri;n-tri ...1.spolime 1. SO Dir1( Wolle150,,v, Portland, in the !SturlitnNi1,4. rpriend a. tAenime I. Norioher third round of a scheduled I2-round I . R it nt VC.; I l i o I ; l o , I n 4 -:. F'r I Ptil 74 Z-7;. lc ,:rn-- main event boxing match here last knrtt 2-'2. Lonairno 0-n. Hit by nitehet ' Pi.hot i.loghrno. Donipip 1 V 114--Filtheq, wr night. 1--aurkont 4 6-1 1; LPFialw 4 1-4. 44 1.1-- L.4.-: 17 I '7,:r ( ,,,,, ,.,,,tv ,4,10 :: Jim Fuchs, United States Olym- i .PHILADELPHIA I . CHICAGO h IThree home runs. two I pie shot-putter who dropped in,!Erin.21) 11).1' t 1A15liksts.ss a4h. (c. 1 ai i by catcher Bill Sheets, g broke the ice and posed with two Ashburn 4 1 3 0 AddlAct 4 0 2 e Spokatie Indians the ma Soviet athletes. IWyrstek,r1 5 0 1 0 Htmnsitt,r1 3 0 1 0 victory in the 9-to-6 West !En 0 01 A Russian In plain clothes iffainnerAS 5 0 1 A AtnelIe. 4 0 0 1 i ternational league basebi nicif 4 1 2 1Ssuer.11 4 0 watched suspiciously. Finally he !Jmes,3b 3 1 1 1,Fondy,1b 4 0 2 0 foyer Lewiston tonight. ietirms,e 3 1 0 Olackson.31) 4 2 1 1' I smiled. iwaltkukni 4 I 2 1,Pani Mel Wasley banged out asti.2b 4 1 3 4 I,. ., 'Drens.p 4 0 0 1 Hsoker,p 0 0 0 0 !mans , first round-tripper, Hansn., 0 0 0 OlO N etp .0 steln 1 0 0 o iha empty mpty in the sixth ST. PAUL CRowN 1 r;:rhweurltra zd,l, ,II , po, lo, (g)1,Reeents id:rdoveB,Tichetomtre I itt i , ! P o o o 1 !other ball over the fence. To miDDLEcoFF Totals 34 7 12 Igi Totals 34 3 11 A 'repeated in the eighth for tN Philsdo4phis 120102100-7! runs. In all, he drove in fi calcago 000020100-3 iduring the evening. ST. PAUL, Minn., July 13. (11')--- !Addls. Wyrnoek. RBIEnnis 2. Wett-1 1 B011 Williams homerect Cary Middl ft eeo Memphis, Tenn. .-.- , i A kus, Wyrostek. Edwards 2. Jones. Ashburn.1 --,!.Allksts ; Bursess seon-n on bilk in 2d t. 2B first for the Broncs with .. . . Villemain Parries Left As the Soviet hammer And sickle ri,;J:V:0-rk-- - - A 0-0 0 -0 i .......... .. Robert Remain (right) of Paris, French middleweight, wards off a left by Carl (Bobo) Olson in the sixth round of their 10-rounder at the Cow Palace in San Francisco Saturday'i night. Olson, who hails from Honolulu, won a split decision over Remain. (AP.) TRI-CITY BLANKED IPiRSEN DEFEATS BY SALEM, 3 10 0, SNIT ON CLAY Spokane Dumped by Lewis- Wins National Title After Try. ton's Late Rally ing 4 Times liffs'illitintafienat I W. L. Pet. GB. Victoria 52 29 .642 Spokane 46 39 .541 7 Vancouver 40 36 .526 9!2 Lewiston .36 42 .475 13 Salem 311 41 .483 141,2 Yakima 39 46 .459 14 Tri-City 104 45 .45g 15 Wenatchee 37 47 .410 10 Saturday Remultik Spokane 9. leonislon 9. Vietorta 24. Vancouver 1.3. l'okima Inenatehea 3. Tri-fity 5, Salem 4. Sunday Score 1.1 ild0,11 3, Spokane 2. Vakono 2. Wenatehee 0, Salem 3. Tri-(kty O. ! SALEM, Ore ..July 11. (4i 'Pitcher Ted Edmunds shut nut Tr-City on seven hits as Salem won the seven-inning first game of a Western International league ,double-header, 3 to 0, here Sunday night. , The senators got all their runs off Tri-City's Ralph Romero in the first inning. They were produced on singles by Gene Tanesili, manager Hugh Lubv and Bill Spaeler. a fielder's choice, and a double CII1CAGO, July 11. ("-Art Larsen. of San Leandro, Calif., day defeated Richard Savitt. et Orange, N. J., 4-6, 6-4. 6-2. 6-4, to win the national clay. courts singles championship at the suburban River Forest Tennis I club. It marked the first clay courts title triumph for the under,dog Larsen in four years of trying and his second straight appearance in 1 the tournament finals. Beat Ilia Seed Savitt, the pretournev favorite, , had been seeded No. 1. The 27- 'A year-old Larsen was seeded No. 2 last year, he dropped a five-set decision to Tony Trabert, of Cincinnati. Topseeded Anita Kanter of No-a.: (lest, Calif., won the women s singles title by beating Mrs. Lucille Davidson of Lee's Summit, Mo., 6-4, 6-3. The -year-old Call- fornia miss had little trouble coasting to her fourth straight win of the tournament. Savitt won the opening set today, 6-4, and swept the first four games of the second set, and the gallery of 1800 fans-sweltering in 94-degree heat- felt that Larsen might be denied the crown once again. by Bob Nekon Th-Cny 0. 0 0 n--0 7 ,q)LSON DECISIONS 'Salem ..... 3 ft 11 flt 0-3 7 0, !Inman) and Pant: Kdmunds a nd ?Mann. 1 SPOKANE BOWS LEWISTON. Hahn, July 13. Lewiston, with three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning, defeated Spokane. 3 to 2, here in the first game of a double-header. spo.n 0 0 0 1 an1-2 i 0 Lewiston 0000003-3 5 2 Conant, Robarti (71 and Sholnai Nicholas' and Lundbart. j" A I A ..1..." , on,,,, Irl i '. ..'.'- - - -. - - - - - - - pohce men usually on hand at ! CHICAGO, July 11. IIDThe 1 I WENATCHEE BLANKED communist meeting in EAstBerlin.; Philadelphia Phillirs won their , YAKIMA, Welsh. July 11 Yak!. "This is a nice Camp," said a.ninth and 10th games nut of the , ma defeated Wenatchee, 2 to 0, here communist newspaperman from the , last 17 since Steve O'Neill was !today in the first game of a double-east, "hut I feel uncomfortahle in 'named manager by Nweeping a i header. Wenatchee collected five It. I didn't say 1 was coming hut i d m ouble-header fro the Chica hits, hut they were unable to shove go! when I arrived.they said they had 'Cubs. 7 to 3 and 9 to 2, before 'm man all v the way Around. . Viptifitrh, .... 0 A .0 0 f) n 0-0 B B expected rne." i 29.065 today. i Yakima .. . . . 6 0 0 0 0 2 x-2 7 al "I am a sports writer, nnt a; ThP twin victnries nulled the Du an and Rnbinett: Del Sartn and Dnnahne f VILLEMAIN IN 10 SAN FRANCISCO, July 12. fP)---, r Carl (Bobo) OISOn of Honolulu "1 outhoxed and outpunehed Robert Villemain of Paris tonight, to win a split decision in a 10-round bout billed as an elimination round for the middleweight title contenders. VI Remain weighed 16514, Olson 1 1644 for the fight at San Fran- eisco's Cow Palace. There were no knockdowns. VI Remain rallied near the end to fight on more even terms. Saturday Games GSTAAD. Switzerland, July 13 (2P)Herbert Elam of Beveri SHEETS STARS Hills, Calif.. won the men's fing LEWISTON, Idaho, July 12. LT') of the International tennis tour nament here today. beating Irvir Three home runs. two of them Dorfman I by catcher Bill Sheets, gave the of New York, 6-4, 6-2 1 :Spokane Indians the margin of :victory in the 9-to-6 Western Inl Dorothy Head of Alameda ternational league baseball win Calif, won the ladies' finals, beat over Lewiston tonight. i Mel Wasley banged out the In- ing Erika Vollmer of Germany 6-2. 0-6, 6-2, Jaroslav Drobn) ,dians' first round-tripper, with the of Egypt and Dorfman won thf !bases empty in the sixth inning. finals of the men's doubles. beat 'Then Ed Bouchee tripled and ing Gene Garrett of Paris an Sheets drove him home with an- Polish exile Vladimir Skonecky, : iother ball over the fence. Sheets, 6-1, 6-2, 6-11 'repeated in the eighth for two morel :runs. In all, he drove in five runs: SEDGMAN BEATS STURGESS :during the evening. I Bob Williams homered in the 1 IN INTERNATIONAL MEET :first for the Broncs with no one VELBERT. Germany, July 13 On base, and Lewiston was leading, 1 uoWimbledon champion Franit f 3 to 1, going into the sixth when :Sedgman of Australia today won ay i the Indians got their big bats work- i International tennis tournament :trig. to move ahead, 4 to 3. ihere by defeating Eric Sturgess el ! The Broncs took the lead again i South Africa, 6-8, 6-2, 8-6, 6--3 in the bottom of the sixth with a t Australia's Thelma Long easily : three-run rally accomplished On iWOrt the women's singles by beatiap .lake Helmuth's single, Bob Schul- 'Mary Weiss of Argentina, 6-3, ties double and a walk and an 6-4. , error. I SPOKANE I LEWISTON I STEPHENS OUT 2 WEEKS ab. r. h ' ah r h a., y)",r,,,,, July 1, i m, n !Wfurphy.ef 4 0 1. 0:srWILL, 3 1 1' O. 3 1-3thil I ViN 10. ,4-1 )--"nsion Soneto4.3b 4 n 0 5 11,,rorbon.31, 5 A 1 2 .Red Sox shortstop Vern Stephens Hutmen,rf 4 1 3 0Williamelf S 1 2 n .W4steY. If 5 2 3 11,Moran,lb 4 0 0 0 , ,, Rouchee,Ib 4 2 1 nrrtleAttel 3 2 3 A ; )(n i ee n collision wit h St. Louis 'Bro 3'W wn,2h 4 ; 1 ilson,rf 3 0 0 0 I Browns' first baseman Dick Kry- ,4hPets.c 5 2 3 0,rork,i1.2h 4 1 0 1 suffered a severe sprain of the lett Johoson.3b 5 0 1 3,11rimutKe 4 1 1 0 thAhme 4 0 0 1Th nn mAs0 2 n n 0 club for ahnut two weeks. :artnitto I n n I 0 r,,,, : ----- i ii,e n n n i ' hoski today and 'will be lost to the Moore I n " combined to hold Vancotv er in --- 1 Total -- 19 9 12 121 Total 35 A 7 7 1 eight hits, one more than the Tyees i--- -amtAne b got, in the nine inning tilt. Prior i o 1 rin 0 3 0 3-2 'Lewistrwi 110013000ecanle in in the seventh when the H. FLAM TOPS DORFMAN IN GSTAAD TENNIS MEET GSTAAD. Switzerland, July 13. (2DHerbert Ham of Beverly Hills, Calif.. won the men's finals of the International tennis tournament here today. beating Irvin Dorfman of New York, 6-4, 6-2, 6-1. Dorothy Head of Alameda, Calif., won the ladies' finals, beating Erika Vollmer of Germany, 6-2, 0-6, 6-2. Jaroslav Drobny of Egypt and Dorfman won theN finals of the men's doubles. beat- 7 ing Gene Garrett of Paris and Polish exile Vladimir Skonecky, 6-1, 6-2, 6-0. SEDGMAN BEATS STURGESS IN INTERNATIONAL MEET VELBERT. Germany, July 13. uoWimbledon champion Frank Sedgman of Australia today won an International tennis tournament here by defeating Eric Sturgess of South Africa, 6-8, 6-2, 8-6, 6-1 Australia's Thelma Long easily won the women's singles by bea6till Mary Weiss of Argentina, 6-4. ; STEPHENS OUT 2 WEEKS BOSTON, July 11. CPRoston Red Sox shortstop Vern Stephens suffered a severe sprnin of the left knee in collision with St. Louis Browns' first baseman Dick Kry-:' hoski today and bp lost to the club for about two weeks. wppnAh.-.0. tppowell. F..---Kaneloa. t Laps Seared their only run. Maple', Johnson 2. Helmuth. Moran. Wild ittritons noonolool---2 7 2 ! ton 5. HRWillirma. Wasley. Sheets 2. 3f1 l rionnarson. i'rior Rithmil, Sa hulte 3. LeftSpokane Pt. Lewis-- i viti,ouv, ..r . n 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 n--1 . ," I --Pouchee. 2 R-i-Mend 2. Scholia,. PRI--; . Locke 171 and Ruretto. Ritchey i 7 l i ; Williams. Johnson, RObInt011, Waste'', Sheets l ! 5. Helmut h. Schulte 2. P,---W limn. Sil-aaa 1 Second Game - 7) And Martin; ',minim, Second Game Arman. ime--2: 30. UKIMAell and Anr- ""in 1 Smith, Snitches.. Huffman, npk amino- I 1 n ft 2 A 1 in iliancnuaer. 0 0 2 14 ti 1 " omen. TVEES TRIUMPH and. Altrh02- H.ard and totarttn, Croldburg 14cke 17 I VANCOUVER. B. C. July 12. The invading Victoria Tyees pushed across one run here tonight in the ninth inning to edge by Vancouver 2 to 1, in the opener of a Western International league baseball double-header. Carl Gunnarson and Bud Pr Itir Bar Ileic, Gorman, Donate and aallantant. Tnne--2: 13. 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