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PAGE TWELVE THE NEWS--NEWPORT, R. I., MONDAY, MAY 22, 1960 BRAYES PIN TWIN DEFEAT ON CUBS Rally Twice For 3-2, 4-3 Victories; Red Sox, Chicago Divide BOSTON.. May 22 (.T-- If they proved nothing else, the Boston braves proved Uiey were guys who could conic from behind and win as they twice took Chicago's Cubs. The -Tribesmen did that trick yesterday. After winning the opener 3-2 fo- Johnny Sain's sixth victory of the voting season. they overcame an early deficit for a 4-3 decision in the second game to ·rain a tie with the St. Louis Cardinals for third place in the National League standings. Sain, who has lost oiuy two games, won his sixth in the opener thanks to a two run homer by Walker Cooper. Vern Bickford, who has had a rough time all season as the Braves haven't scored much for him, finally won his second game when the Tribe came from behind to win the afterpiece. Cooper's Homer Wins "Big Coon" walloped his holder on a 2-2 pitch after Bob Elliott had walked in the sixth inning of th opener. . The Cubs got their only runs In that game on Phil Cavarretta's homer -- his first of the season -- in the eighth, and three singles sandwiches around two flyonts in seventh. the Sam Jethroe. the fleet Negro both in outfielder, had a hand winning rallies. He scored the first of the Braves' runs in the opener by slashing a double into the left field corner, going to third on an infield out and scoring on another infield out. After that Elliot walked and then Coop hit his homer The Braves trailed 3-1 in the seventh inning of the windswept hightcap. Jethroe began that frame by beating out a surprise bunt down the third base line. Earl Torgeson's single pushed Sammy to third and both scored the tying and winning runs on Louis Olmo's hard driven double into left center field. Olmo, who is reportedly weak against right handed pitchers, stroked his two base blow off Walt (Monk) Dubiel, a right- handed pitcher. The Braves are idle today and will oppose the Cincinnati Reds tomorrow night at the Allston reservation. Kinder Cops 4-Hltter The Red Sox split a pair with the Chicago White Sox yesterday.. Ellis Kinder flipped a four hitter in winning the opener 7-0 for his third victory against four defeats. Righthander Joe Dobson, lost his third game in sex-en decisions as the Chisox measured him 4-3 behind the seven hit pitching of lefthander Billy Pierce in the afterpiece. Lefty Bill Wight gave toe Sox only seven hits in the opener but he also gave up as many walks in addition to delivering home run balls to Walt Dropo and Birdie Tebbetts. But in the afterpiece Chicago made 27,592 fans happy by overcoming 1 Boston leads of 1-0 and 3-2 for their 4-3 decision. They won the game in the ·eventh. Dave Philley drew HILL PRINCE TAKES THE PREAKNESS Hill Prince charges to the finish with all four feet in air to win the Preakness by five lengths over Middleground (right background) at Pimlico race course in Baltimore, Md. The Virginia horse, with Eddie Arcaro in the saddle, ran the mile and three-sixteenths in 1:59 1/5 over a slow track. (AP Wircphoto) ROGERS TRACKMEN SCORE IN STATE MEET Henry Butler Fourth Mile, Billy Weston Second In 440 In Henry Butler placed fourth in the mile run and Billy Weston was second in the 440-yard run as Rogers High placed seventh among eight schools in the Class A interscholastic meet Saturday at Rhode Island State College. La Salle of Providence gathered 56^ points in gaining its eighth consecutive title. Clocked in 54.2 seconds, Weston was second in the 440-yard run. The Vikings' fourth and final point was recorded by Henry Butler who -was fourth in the mile run. Butler's time was 4:20, his best of the year. Although he did not place, Flody Faison leaped 18 feet, 9 inches, in the broad jump. This was better than the winning effort in Class B. LOCAL HORSEWOMEN COMPETE IN TWO SHOWS Laura Manchester Wins Blue Ribbon At Lynnfield; Others Ride At Somerset Newport horsewomen won one championship and numerous ribbons in two Massachusetts shows Sunday, at Lynnfield and Somerset. Miss Laura Manchester on Mali Jong won the novice event for three gaited saddle horses, placed second in ladies three gaited championship at Lynnfield in the North Shore Horsewomens Show. At Somerset, Mrs. Arthur Manuel on Princess and Mrs. Patrick Rooney on Seamist placed first in saddle pairs. Mrs. Rooney won first in ladies horsemanship, second in jumper stakes, third in both open anil scurry jumps. fourth in both- knock-down-and- out and in bridle path hacks. In the same show Miss Marie ! Horjj?.n on Bill's Best won second place in both the open jumpers base on balls and moved up Cass Michael's sacrifice. on | and scurry jumps; third in knockdown-and-out and fourth in Hank Majeski doubled to score Philley and then scored what turned out to be the winning run on Gordon Goldsberry's third hit off Dobson, a long triple to right center. In the ninth, after Johnny Pesky walked, Pierce retired Ted Williams, Vern Stephens and Walt Dropo in that order to win the game. jumper stakes. BURKE, MEDEIKOS TIE Joe Burke and John Medeiros were tied for top honors in the Class A sweepstakes Sunday at Wanumetonomy. They both carded 69's. Joe Sullivan won Class i*. with a 71 net. Jim Mars was the I Class C leader with 77. HAS HAD HO PEERS FOR 50 GRANDMAS CMOIOf ·Hf N ME WAS VOUMO FIFTY YEARS A60 ho*«n today by IMA I WnO*MlJOy ^OOOplfHJ $1.11 $2.18 $3.45 aolften Major League AMERICAN LEAGUE RESULTS YESTERDAY Boston 7-3, Chicago 0-4. New York 14-12, Cleveland 5-4. St'. Louis 11-13, Philadelpliia 6-8. Washington 6, Detroit 2. STANDING OF THE TEAMS \V. L. P.C. G.B. New York Detroit Washington Boston Cleveland Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago 20 16 16 20 15 .10 8 9 11 14 13 19 16 20 .714 .640 .593 .588 ,.-.3fi .345 .304 .231 2'; si; 3 5 101; 10'i 13 ST. GEORGE'S SAILERS WIN SCHOOLBOY REGATTA Priory 12th, Rogers 14th In Competition Sponsored By Brown University GABIES TODAY Washington at Detroit. Boston at Chicago (night). New York at Cleveland (night).' Only games scheduled. GAMES TOMORROW Washington at Detroit. Philadelphia at St. Louis (night.) Only games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. George's School won the Brown University interscholastic regatta Saturday on the Seekonk river. The __ Dragons nosed out Cranston and Providence Country Day by one point, 24-23. Portsmouth Priory was twelfth among 17 entries, scoring 12 points. Rogers High School, represented by Mary McGrath and Ellen Brady, fourteenth with six points. In three events St. George's scored a first and a third place and was disabled in the other when its rudder broke. Frank Gray, an 18-year old Sixth former from San Francisco. skippered the St. boat and' Con George's Van der Brunt, a 16-vear old from Miami, was the RESULTS YESTERDAY Boston 3-4, Chicago 2-3. Pittsburgh 4-8, New York 2-6. St. Louis 6-2, Philadelphia 5-4. Cincinnati 10, Brooklvn '8. STANDING OF THE TEAMS W. L. P.C. G.B. Brooklyn Philadelphia St. Louis Boston Pittsburgh Chicago New York Cincinnati 17 17 15 15 15 12 10 10 11 13 13 15 13. 14 19 .630 .607 .536 .536 .500 .480 .417 .268 2' ·'· *ti 51; 91," GAMES TODAY C i n r i n m i t i at Brooklyn ( n i g h t . ) Only gamers scheduled. GAMES TOMORROW Cincinnati at Boston ( n i g h t ) . St. Louis at New York (night.) Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (night) Chicago at Brooklyn. ST. GEORGE'S NINE REMAINS UNDEFEATED John Stein Hurls Six Hitter As Drag-ons Turn Back Roxbury Latin, 9-4 St. George's stayed on the unbeaten track when it turned back Roxbury Latin. 9-4, Saturday at Middletown before a large Alumni crowd. John Stein hurled a six-hitter for the Dragons whose eight.- hi': attack featured two hits apiece by Bruce Wilson and Paul ' G'reeley. Cooney. Roxbury lead-off batter, had a great day. He poled three hits and stole five bases. In the third Cooney walked, stole second and third and scored on an infield out. But St. George's struck back for a quartet of runs When. Billv Bull walked. Greeley outraced a I bunt and Bob Wheeler's sacri- I fice was thrown too late to third. I the Dragons had the bags loader!. | One run came in when Johnny j McGowan's infield roller was mishandled. Hits by Bob Butter| field and Wilson knocked in the other counters. Three St. George's runs in the BROWNELL'S 3-HITTER STOPS TRAINING STATION Stan Ends Strong After Weak Start for 4-2 Bove Win Smith Stuni In Relief for Sailors, Hetires 13 In Row; Naval Hospital--Knights Tonight Sunset League Standing M. C. M. Chevrolet Vulcan Training Station Naval Hospital K. of C. W.' 1 1 1 :i o 0 L. 0 1 1 1 0 1 P. C. 1.000 .500 .500 .500 .000 .000 TENNIS TOUR ENDS Kramer Has Final 94-29 Edge Over Gonzales; Later Stay Quit DAYTON. Ohio. May 22 Jack Kramer and Richard cho" Gonzales wound - up "Pan- their national professional tennis tour here Sunday just like they started -- with Kramer winning. The scores this time were 6-2, 3-6, 6-3. That gave Kramer 94 victories as against 29 losses on his cross- country jaunt with the 1949 U. S. amateur champion. Bobby Riggs, promoter of the tour, said after the match that Kramer would accept challenges from leading amateurs other tour after the for an- summer amateur tourneys. Riggs when asked if that meant Gonzales was through as a touring pro, wouldn't say. Gonzales was guaranteed $60,000 to join the pros. Some 3,000 fans were here today. RITA I1GEOX WINS Flying ],363.08 yards per minute, a bird owned by the Ripa Brothers Loft of Paul, and Jimmy Ripa won the pigeon race from Little Falls, N.. Y., Sunday. The winning time was 12 hours, 32 minutes and 52 seconds. Speed of the other entries were: Brown 1,362.26 yards per minute, Gomes 1,355.92, Joe Alves 1,338.55, and Santa 1,330.48. r M mm -- w ·· C O M I N G ! · I M A Y 3 0 - 2 P . M . I 1 MEMORIAL DAY " I The only MIDGET CLASSIC I Blended Whisker 8« Proof, 70% Grata Xentrnl Spirit, Distributed by STANDARD WHOLESALE COMPANY, FHOVIDEACE * NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND BASEBALLTICKETS SVNDAT, MAT 28 BROOKLYN MAY SO GIANTS DOLDMClIEADEIt · Henry's Ticket Service T I J U I . E V S SPA Spring A Tdliro Sts. Tel, 3887 Finding his bearings after a rocky start, Stanton Brownell pitched the Bove-Chevrolet team to a 4-2 Sunset League win over the Training Station Sunday afternoon at Cardincs Field. Brownell walked seven in the first three innings, but he was almost unhittable with men on bases. He allowed only three hits, one a solo homer far over the' right-center field fence in the seventh by Roy Ogden. Brownell fanned nine. The Station stranded seven runners in the first three innings. Once Brownell located the plate the sailors were powerless, save for Ogden's long poke/ Foster Bolclt and Jim McKee, keynote Station sluggers, both were horsecollarecl. The Chevrolet nine scored three runs in the first, added another in the third and had runners on second and third with none away in the fourth when Jimmy Smith was summoned as a relief pitcher. Smith held the civilians, to two hits the rest of the journey, walking one one and fanning seven. He retired the first 12 batters in order. Charley Young finally broke Smith's spell by doubling down the right field line in the eighth with none away. Charley raced to third on" an error. Billy Martin followed with a fly to deep menter, but Young- .apparently thought two men were out and didn't tag up. So the Bovo team lost m almost run. Everett Borges opened . the winners' three-run first inning by coaxing a. pass. After Joe Hattub sacrificed. Jackie Alien and Geneo De Ascentis singled. An error and a fielder's choice did the rest of the mischief. The Chevrolets picked vp their fourth and final marker in the third on singles by Brownell, Ray Garcia and an error. In their haff of the same inning the Station Islanders tallied one run, thanks to two walks, an error and "Willie" Wilson's infield hit. The rest of the game was a pictheiV duel. Smith did some excellent pitching especially in the fourth when a double by Borges and Hattub's single drove starter John Albright to cover. On an attempted "squeeze" play. Allen was out bunting foul on his third strike. DeAscentis popped to Ogden and Brownell lined to left where Therrault made a glove- hand catch. Rained out twice, the Naval Hospital hopes to play the Knights of Columbus this evening. Rove-Chevrolet ab Borges, 2b 4 Hattub, tf 3 Allen, ss DeAscentis. Brownell. p Garcia, rf Young-, rf Martin. Ib Y. M. 0. A. HIGH JUMP WINNER George "Buzzy" Butler who cleared the bar at five feet, three Inches to win the high jump for boys under 130 pounds at the Y.M.C.A. track meet Saturday at Freebody Park is shown during a trial heat. --Daily News Photo in the sixth sewed up the Tec! Tansi drew a pass, Bull was -safe when the pitcher failed to cover on his tap to the first baseman, and Paul Greeley's fly to right fielder lost the ball in the sun. Then Wheeler doubled Greeley home. This week St. George's will play Tabor at home Wednesday ami encounter Noble Greenough Saturday at Dedham. r li e St. Georges 0 0 4 0 0 3 2 1 1 x--9 S 4 F.oxbury 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1---1 6 3 Batteries--St. Georgres: Stein and TVatson. P.oxbury I^atin: Vey, Cooney, Kane and O'Connor. I f Powell, c D'Amario, 3b h po 1 2 3 0 30 0 1 Totals 34 4 8 27 Training {Station 11 3 Sprague, c Ogden, ss Boldt. Ib McKee', cf Therrault. It Austin, 3h Wilson, 2b Whaley, rf *Minier Albright, p Smith, p Totals 2 3 27 7 3 *For Whaley m ninth, struck out. JONES "DOING NICELY" BOSTON, May 22 f/P)--Former Golf King Bobby Jones, who underwent a five-hour operation to correct a spinal ailment Thurs- j RBI -- DeAscentis, Brownell, Chevrolet Station 3 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 0-4 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 - 2 day, was reported in "quite comfortable" condition today 'at the New England Baptist Hospital. · A spokesman said Jones was "doing very well" and up." "sitting Garcia, Powell, Wilson, Ogden. Two-base hits--Borges, Young. Home run--Ogden, Sacrifice hits --Hattub, D'Amario. Double play ---Allen, Borges, Martin and Borges Stolen base--Allen. Left on When Frank Corridon, Newport's only contribution to major league baseball, pitched for Rogers High in the late 1890's, the high school diamond team had little crowd appeal. In describing the lack of followers, The Daily News commented that games were played in the presence of enough spectators to pay for one ball," or "before about a dozen spectators." Rare for a pitcher, Frank was Rogers' lead-off batter, and a good one, too. The slender Corridon waa a crack high school pitcher though the hurler who later annoyed John McGraw's Giants and other big league clubs, was not im'incible. His strike outs usually were in double figures, but he lost ta Rhode Island State and Providence High when his support sagged. Rogers committed 11 errors in the latter game, So even the passage of half a century has not changed baseball much. The Vikings still occasionally bob up with 11 misplays. * * * * Even the weather is the same. Fans in '98 complained that the first warm day didn't come until May 21. The Newport club in the New England League huddled around a pot-bellied stove in the dressing room at old Freebody Park on chilly spring days. One thing is different today. Thst is the time required to play games. The old-timers did not dilly-dally around for three hours. The Newports played 19 consecutive games in under two hours. When they finally took 18 minutes over the' two-hour mark there was a reason: they beat Taunton, 26-10. * * * * Some Sunset League pitchers have shot-gun arms--their throws fly in all directions. Statistics of the first four games show that pitchers' on the winning clubs walked 27 in 31 innings and the losing flingers issued 26 passes in 30 rounds. Contrast this wildness with the accuracy displayed by such control specialists as Bill Cooper, Lennie DeSantis or Sam Crawford, to mention just a few of the former Sunset slingers. Crawford walked batters at a rate of once every five and one-third innings. Control is still as important as overpowering stuff. When a pitcher has both he is even a more vital figure than a Williams or a Musial. In the big show Christy Mathewson of the Giants, and "Pete" Alexander, Phillies, Cubs and Cards, were two of the best. "Matty" walked a batter every 5. 8 innings, Alex every 5.5. When Chief Bender, the one time Philadelphia A's star, was through as a major leaguer, ne managed and pitched for a club in the Virginia League. The Indian pitched 280 innings that season, von 29. lost two and doled out only 22 bases on balls. Stanton Brownell. Bove-Chevrolet's star pitcher, is one of the Sunsetters handicapped by poor control. In two starts this season, totalling 15 innings. "Brownie" yielded only eight hits and fanned 18. But he walked 17. more than one per inning. * · * · Bill Kenney, former De La Salle star, lost to top seeded Jimmy Evert of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 6-3, 6-4, in the final of the annual Spring tournament of the Professional Lawn Tennis Association last week at Elnsford, N. Y. Kenney is a professional at the Philadelphia Cricket Club. His brother. Harry, pro at The Courts, Ardmore, was beaten in doubles. On his way to the final Bill upset second seeded Mitch Gornto. Canadian pro champion, 10-8, 2-6. 6-3. Ed Copeland of New York, seeded fourth, was another plaj-er who bowed to the Newporter. Bill and Harry are sons of the late Daniel Kenney, who was for many years the tennis professional at the Newport Casino. The other two Kenney brothers also followed in their dad's footsteps. Frank is the pro at the Wilmington, -Del., Country Club, and Jack, who was killed in action during the recent war, was a tennis instructor. SPOBT8 MIRROR (By the Associated Press) Today a year ago--Don Newcombe, making his first start for the Brooklyn Dodgers, blanked the Cincinnati Reds, 3-0, on five hits. Five yeara ago--The St. Louis Cardinals traded Pitcher Mort Cooper to the Boston Braves for Pitcher Charlie Barrett and cash. Ten years ago--Byron Nelson won the Ohio Open golf tournament with a 72-hole score of 284. SPOETS IN BRIEF base--Chevrolet 11; Station 9. Bases on balls off--Brownell 9, Albright 3', Smith 1. Struck out by--Brownell 9, Smith 7. Hits off --Albright, 6 in 3 innings (none out when relieved in fourth); Smith, 2 in 6. Losing pitcher-Albright. UmpirA -- r Reimer, Kusinitz. Time--2hrs., 11 m. THE UMPIRE GOES DOWN! (By the Associated Press) LOS ANGELES -- Sam Snead won the Western Open golf tournament witih a 72-hole score of 282. E. J, "Dutch" Harrison and Jim Ferrier tied for second with 283. WHITE PLAINS. N. Y.--Babe Didrikson Zaharias won the $5000 first prize in the Cross-Country Weathen-a'ne golf tournament .with a 144-hole score of 629. Louis Suggs finished second with a 632. YONKERS, N. T. -- Johnny Kelley of West Acton, Mass., woh the National AAU marathon. NEW HAVEN, Conn.--Yale's Jim Fuchs threw the shot 58 feet 2 inches as e his team won the Heptagonal track games. LONDON--Italy, Belgium, Denmark, France, Poland and Sweden advanced to the third round of the European Z o n e Davis Cup tennis eliminations. Baltimore--Hill Prince ($3.40) led Middleground home by five lengths to win the Preakness at Pimlico. "Umpire Bill Stewart goes sprawling head firgt over outstretched foot of the Giant third baseman, Hank Thompson, in fourth inning of first game of twin bill with Cincinnati Reds at Polo Grounds. Ron Northey, Cincinnati rightfielder, goes safely into third advancing from first on teammate Grady Hatlon's single to right. Cincinnati Coach Tony Cuccincllo wave* Northey to halt. Giants won, 8-0, RDfDONE FIGHTS TONIGHT BOSTON, May 22 '(#--Dynamite Joe Rindone, the stiff- punching Boston middleweight, tangles with Bolo Joe 'Blackwood of Paterson, N. J., tonight in a feature 10-round boxing bout at the Boston Garden. Blackwood recently scored impressive wins over Artie Towne, Cecil Hudson and Billy Fox, but Rindone, who recently lose a close split decision to title contended Robert Villeman, is favored to outpunch the Paterson battler. ENTRIES DETERMINED FOR STATE YMCA MEET Martin Shea, George Butler Each Score Two Firsts Triplet! Brother* Dominate 95- Pound Clan*; AU Placing Will Compete In Providence Martin Shea, the Triplett brothers, George and Ernest, ,and George "Buzzy" Butler were among the star performers in the annual Y.M.C.A. track meet Saturday afternoon at Freebody Park. All who placed will represent Newport in the annual state-wide Y.M.C.A. meet next Saturday at Brown University. Shea excelled in the 70-pound class, winning the 50-yard dasn and standing broad jump. The Triplett boys dominated the 95-pound division. George won the 70-yard dash and was tied with James Baker in the baseball accuracy throw, Ernest won the other event, the running broad jump. George Butler scored two firsts in the 130-pound class. He won the 100-yard dash in 12 2/5 seconds and took the high jump with a leap of five feet, three inches. In the unlimited weight class, Walter Parker won the 100 in 113/5 seconds. Officials were William Xilsen, James Dye, Peter Petropoulos. William McFadden, Williaim Bailey, Albert Smith, James Grant, Ernest Triplett, William Dwyer, Roland Chase, John Mellekas, Winfred Mason and Robert Reimer. The summary: 70 Pound Class 50 yard dash--1. Martin Shea (7 4/5 seconds), 2. Stewart Ua- vis, 3. John Barry. Standing broad jump--1. Marton Shea (5 1 10"), 2. Stephen Goddard, 3. Richard Rochon. 3 potato race -- 1. Dwiglit Dunn (17.2 seconds), 2. Peter Nilsen, 3. Don McKinney. 80 Pound Class 60 yard dash--1. Jay Walker (8 1/5 second), 2. James O'Loughlin, 3. Dwight Dunn. Standing broad jump--1. Har- \'ey Jensen (6'3 inches), 2. Thomas Zerbus. 3. Robert Franco. Baseball throw for distance-1. James O'Loughlin, 2. Robert 'Franco, 3. Thomas Foley. 95 Pounds And L'nder 70 yard dash--1. George Triplett 9.1), 2. Ernest Trip'lett, 3, John Mason. Running broad jumn--1. Ernest Triplett (15V), 2. Wiru McLaughlin, 3. John Mason. Baseball accuracy . throw--]. James Baker, Geofge Triplett (tie), 3. William Gray. 115 Pounds And Under 80 yard dash--1. Harry Moreau (10 seconds), 2. Robert Jordan, 3. Fred Calcutt. · Running broad jump--1. Robert Perry (15'), 2. Harry Moreau. 3. Fred Calcutt. Baseball accuracy throw--1. Boa Jordan. 2, Joseph Zerbus, 3. Harold Charles. ISO Pounds Class 100 yard dash--1. George Butler (12 2/5 seconds). 2. John Parsonage. 3. Robert McLaughlin. 8 pound shot--1. George Lewis (33' 3"), 2. John Parsonage, 3. Harry Wilson. ISO Pounds and Under High jump--1. George Butler (5' 3"), 2. George Lewis. Unlimited 100 yard dash--1. Walter Park. er (11 3/5 seconds), 2. Ted Basking, 3. Lester Hoffman. 8-pound shot--1. John Mellekas (33' 8"), 2. Howard Prescott, 3. Robert Qutgley. High jump--1. Eoward Hole (5' 3"), 2. Ted Baskins, 3. Chas Cuchta. Relays 9-10 year old--1. R. Rochon, T. Zerus, D. McKinney, P. Jantzen. 2. J. Grant, P. Nilsen, W. Reeve, J. Anthony. 11-12 year old--1. Walker, H. Malzacher, St. Freeman, R. Franco. 2. G. Dye, J. Zerbus, W. Gray, R.. Anson. 13-14 .year old--1. George, Ernest Triplett, Parsonage, Moreau. 2. J. Mason, H. Wilson ,R. Perry, R. Jordan. JOHNSON "SEAHORSE" Outboard Motor* n*rlrr-Onvldii»n Motorcycle! Plncor Power Mower» sale*, SerTlee. Parti Repaired Bill Simpson's Cycle Co. 16 WeM Broadway Tel. MT« BASEBALL Sunset League Tonight 6:03 f K, OF C. vs. H O S P I T A L ABM. 13c--G. S. 18c. T. I. INTERNATIONAL SOCCER GAME AT FALL RIVER STADIUM WED., MAY 24th at 8:30 P. M. 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