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DES M'GLOTHIN IN FORM THROUGH FIVE INNINGS Visitors Lambast , Young Gene Nelson For Win Over Twardymen Slender Paul McGlothin, from . Knoxville, Tenn., tossed his cap into the ring here yesterday as one of the pitcher on Leo Twardy's 1949 hurling corps an he turned in five innings Of neat chunking against - the Des Moines Cubs, and left the box with a 7-2 lead over the Class A Western League club. .Twardy -came up -with a--pulled shoulder mu,scle and was unable to open as . , announced. t ' - ,- - The Leafs were licked, 10-7, but McGlothin added his brief stint to several well-pitched -chores turned in by other local pitchers. The thin man spaced four bingles and but for a base on balls to Bill Klaus and a home run pitch to Paul Richards, Cub first sacker, would have had a . shutout through the five - frames. He walked three and failed to whiff an opponent. The Cub jumped toyoung Gene Nelson for four hits and six,;runs in the sixth inning to take over the lead, 8-7, as Anderlich and Peden, in successive trips to the plate, opened the visitors sixth canto with loud homers over the left field wall. Storck dingled throuh the box and Dick Honacki allowed Picchiotti's grounder to get through him for an error. Howig, batting for Oley, singled to center to score both runners and Balogh Walked. John Ltptak made a sensational shoestring catch of Klaus', - would-be single in left while sliding on his elbows and the runners on first and second streaked for the next station. Liptak rifled a throw to second base but the bag was unmanned and the ball sailed - by second, passed first. base and wolind up against the -,bleacher fence while Howig tallied and Balogh scampered to third. Richards' long fly to left scored Balogh with the winning run. , The locals got off to a 6-0 lead iir the second inning. They combined six hits, a:walk,. an error s and-a, pap- UT amass- their-advantage. Ray Krupa smacked one at Klaus at third which the Des Moines fielder couldn't. handle in time and Raso followed with 'a , walk.'Honacki singled Krupa 'home and sent Rasó to third, taking second on the throw-in. Rube Walker, making his debut for the Twardymen, singled into center as Raso tallied and Honacki took third base. IVIcGlothin lifted a fly to center, chasing Walker in with the fourth run of the inning, as Lee apparently forgot the Leafs had a man on third-Rasmussen doubled into ! left and tallied as Fisher sliced one I I past short for a hit. Hughes popped out to the d but Liptak beat out a hit to third and went to second as Klaus threw over Richards' .bead at first, Fisher scoring the final tally of the blow. -- Liptak and little Dick Honacki i turned in sensational fielding 3 chores, although Honacki was i - charged with a nail of miscues. He j handled 12 chances cleanly, figur- ing in two twin killings. - ( The former Auburn athlete, Lip- c tak, turned in his hair-raising catch In the sixth inning and later raced behind the scoreboard '1 snatch-a I foul fly off the bat of shortstop ? Picchlotti. A t Jack Sheehan, farm director of -ChicageCuhs.- watched the N game from the stands and Stuart ( X. Stephenson, Southeastern Lea- 1 the president was a visitor to the 3 Sunday afternoon contest. 3 The Leafs' have one more exhibition tilt to play. They will meet s Morrie Arnovich's Decatur- -Cubs 2 he're Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock , p . ,... p Des Moines ab RHOA p ' Balogh, 2b 4 1, 0 1, 6 0 - Klaus, 3b a 1 o --r- o p Richards,- lb I 5 1 1 9 0 g ANNISTON GADSDEN JACKSON MERIDIAN MONT'GOMERY PENSACOLA SELMA- G CKS BURG BY STERLING SLAPPEY Sammy Snead. Who found the gold of the Masters with a brilliant putter, had the best name in golf today as the touring professionals moved toward the high 'points of the year--the PGA and the Open. Sammy. the out drivingest hitter in golf, quit his trebling on the greens yesterday and came home Guettler, rf 5 0 2 2 0 Maxhimer, If 2 0 0 2 0 Anderlich, It 3 - 1-2 - 0 - 0 Pe'den, c - 3 2 2 6 0 Lee', et 2 0 1 3 0 Storek, cf 3 220 0 -0 Nasternak, ss 3 i 0 1 1 Piecniotti, ss 1 0 0 1 1 Verbic I 0 - 0 0 - 0 OleY, Howig, x 1 1 1 0 0 Scherzer, p 1 0 0 1 1 10 11 27 10 xSingled for Gley in 6th. Selma ab RHOA Rasrilussen-;tf 4 1. 1-11 0 Geresy, 4 11-0 '0-0- 0 Fisher, 3b 3.2 2 0 1 Gibson, 3b 1 0 0 0, 0 Fisher, 3b 3 2 2 0 1 Gibson, 3b 1 0 0 0 0 Hughes, rf 5 0 1 2 0 Liptak, lf 4 0 2 5 0 Krupa, lb ' 4 1 2 13 2 Raso, 2b 3 1 01 2 2 Honacki, ss 3 1 1 3 9 Walker, c 3 1 .1 1 0 Wiles, c iolop McGlothin, p .... 2 0 0 0 1 Nelson, p 0 0 0 0 0 Chaillot, z 1 0 '1 0 0 Lynch, 13 0 0 0 0 0 Jones, zz 1 0 0 0 0 Gillespie.- 0 0 0 0 0 36 7 12 27 15 zSingled forTNelsorf In 6th zzLined out for Lynch in -8th-,- Errors: Raso, Liptak, Honacki 2, Klaus, Lee. Runs batted in: Lee, Richards 3, Maxhimer, Peden, Piechiotti,Howig, Rasmussen, Fisher. Liptak 2, Honacld, Walker, . McGlothin. Two base hits: Guettler, Peden, Rasmussen. Three base hits:1 Storck. Home runs: Anderlich, Peden, Richards. Stolen bases: Fisher. Left on bases: Des Moines 6, Selma 5. Double plays; Honacki to Krupa; Raso to Honacki to Krupa: -Nasternak to Balogh to Richards Nlasternak to Richards; Scherzer to Richards. Struck out:: by Oley 1, Scherzer 4. Bases on balls: :of Verbic 2,-McGlothin 3, Nelson.. 1. Gillespie 1. Hits: off Verbic-7- in 1 2-3 innings, 6 runs; off Oley in 3 1-3 innings, I run; off Scherzer 3 in 3 innings, 0 runs; off McGloth in 4 in 5 In ing.. 2 runs; off Nelson 4 in 1 Inning 6 runs; off Lynch 2 in 2, innings 2 runs; off Gillespie 1 in 1 inning, 0 runs. Hit . by pitcher: 4y Oley (Honacki).- Wild pitches: Verhic.' Winning pitcher: Oley. Losing pitcher Nelson. Umpires: Roe' and- Fowler. Time of game 2:04. . -STEISOVP11111I A QUALITY PAIN1 -, , ,,,,ot FOR EVERY NEED! 1) 0 America's standard of (),,t1:, Lr. value in highest quality 4 1 . -mints fcr every job . Call us for free esti- . . ,nates. . . . Complete line of - PHONE 2095 Painting Supplies cIEVAPI, & ticKFUZIE Water Ave. Distributors Selma, Ala. WATER WELLS The ILVI.PiER3011 DRIUG CO, Now have equipment operating in this territory. All inqvkies answered promptly Turbine pump service. 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It 1D-ti 1949 SOUTHEASTERN LEAGUE SCHEDULE Read - - April 14.16 May 24.26.28 2,40,5 Aug. 288.30 April 21.22,23 June 3,4,58,6 July 26.27,28 inril 30, May-115 June 198.20,21,22 Aus 218,22.23,24 May 18,19,20 July 108,12,13,14 Aug. 10,11,12 MAY 2,3,4 , June 15,16.17,18 Aug. 25 26,27 P Arsaamsramome4 ANNISTON I, GADSDEN -April 15,17S May 25.27,293 July 1.38.4N tug. 29,31 Times Aprff-18,12,20 May 30.31 June 1.2 July 23,248,25 May 9.3.4 June 15,18.17,18 - Aug. 25.28,27 Mu 158,18,17 July 811.8.9 AU(. 78.8,9 April 30, Mail" June 1913.20.21,22 Aue.218,22.23,24 . . ma-y-158-16-17 - May 18,19,20 July 15.16.128.18 July 108,12.1: Aug. 78-8-9 Aug. 10.11.12 Aiirli 18j9.20 - . -Arin:1121.22,23 May 30,31 IJune 3.4,58,8 June 1.2 IJuly 26,27.28 July 23448.25 v ,.-,s,-,., May 18,19,20 July 108,12.13,14 Aug. 10,11.12 JACKSON MERIDIAN I Audi 27.28,29 - it-a-2-5-.6.7.88 Jung 11.128.13,14 Juno 27,26,29.30 Aug. 1,2.3 , Aug. 19.20 Auril 248.25,26 May 9,10,11 June 7.13.9,10 June 2324.25.265 July 29.30,318 Aug. 4.5,8 Journal RATI8-8718,17 July 19.20.21,22 Aug. 13.148,15 May 6.1.8 June 23.24.25,268 Aug. 22,23,24 May 18,19,20 July 15,16,17E1,10 Aug. 16,17,10 - May 9,10.11 June 27,28,29,30 Aug. 25,26,27 April 15.178 May 25,27298 July 2.01,5 Aug. 286.30,.... ANNUAL ALL-STAR GAME MONDAY, JULY 11 - - - - - - - STUART X. STEPHENSON President Correction on above schedule: Make read Anniston at Selma Ju1y 6, 7, 4 and 9 instead of July 15, 16, 17 and 28. Also make read Selma at Anniston July 15, 16 , 17 and 18 Instead of July 6 . 7, 8, and 9. Sam Snead--Captures Masters With Sizzling 282 Low Score with a 67 in the final round of the Masters. That five-under par shoot.ing at the Augusta -National matched his third round score and added with other rounds of 72 and 75 gave him a 282. It was more than enough to win from Lloyd Mangrum and Johnny Bulia with their 285'2. In their final trips around the National, Mangrum, the Purple Heart veteran of Miles, Ill, had a 70, and Bulla, the one-time airline pilot from Pittsburgh,'had a The third round leaderBig Johnny Palmer of Badin, N. C. could not whip par an'dhis final 72 gave him 286. Jim Ttumesa of Briarcliff, N. Y., and the Turnesa golfing family hadia 286. One of the great come-backs TOf the 13th Masters was by former National Open champion Lew Worsham. The Oakmont, Pennsylvanian, shot a 68 In the final round for a 289 total. Worsham began the Masters with a 76 and 75 and the damage done then could not be caught up. Hollywood's Joe Kirkwood, Jr., son thett-ick shot. golferwas eight strokes back- of Snead 'with a 290 after his three-way tie for second place in the third day. Clayton Heafner of Charlotte, N. C., Jimmy Demaret of Ojai, Calif., and Byron Nelson of Roanoke, Texas, had 292'3. The - defending champion Claude Harmon and Hermon Keiser, another former Masters' winner, scored 293'3. , About 14,000 golf fans made up the well behaved gallery which turned out for the final day. and most of them came home with Snead. The news of his three under par front nine' spread about the 6,900 yard National and the conversation was on Snead. His front nine shootingwas four birdies, a-one-over par hole and the rest pars. Coming home he nearly blew the Masters as he has so many tournaments. He went one over par, on both the tenth and eleventh,' and SammY's stock cooled off considerably. On the 155-yard twelfth Snead got back to championship golf with a near perfect oVer-swamp iron shot to the green. He got down in two for a birdie. The remainder of the damage done just after the turn he made up with another birdie on the 480-yard 13th. - The rest Of the way in Snead got warmer. He parred the 14th, birdied the long15th-,---parred the' l6th---'arid 17th, and putted, for first place gold on the last green. , The last hole was another one-under when- Sammy drtip.Peit. a long, dov-nhill curler. - Sneak ranks his Masters' victory No. 2 among his golf titles . hrst is the PG1., then the Masters and third the British Open of 1946. His money winning' yesterday was $2.750 and for the year $9,110.83.-- LEAF EXHIBITIONS. Selma 6 Livingston 2 Selma- 6' Hue-Farm-5-- Selma 16 Stockham 15 Selma 16 Craig Field 1 Selma 6 Tuscaloosa 2 , Selma 2 York 11 Selma 5 Salisbury 0 - Selma 9 Tuscaloosa 2 Selma I 15es Moines 10. - Bowers T'arker Carrell - . ringer Wne:rzak Ostrowski LieGlithin Twaidy - BATTING LEADERS - --Ab Ft H rbi Pet ef 17 8 10 6 .625 Jones, C 6 4 .545 ,iptak, : 27 6 11 4 .407 Crupa, lb 36 10 14 11 .3C9 25 1 9 7 360 Gersey of 14 4 15 .356 Fisher, qb 26 7 9 3 246 - PITCHING LEADING Ip H.R. so Bb Bowers 7 4 0 7 4 -'arker 41030 - C;arreti - 8 8 1 5 3 ;ringer 43101 Wne:rzak 5 7 2 4 2 Dstrowski 9 6 2 11 I 8 7 4 2 3 rwaidy - 5 8 4 6 0 - PACIFIC COAST SUNDAY'S RESULTS Seattle 5-2 San Francisco 4-1 first game ten innings) Los Angeles 8-5 Portland 5-2 Hollywond 7-3 Sacramento 4-2 - San Dien 14-8 Oakland 13-0 SATURpArS RESULTS - Sacramento 18 Hollywood 6. tieg 9 Oakland 8 nen in "n S? ,le 13 Fr-oci-0 L. s Ange70 6 PrrIland 3 May 21,226,23 July 6.7,8.9 Aug. 0,11,12 11 or tor ' Complete. April 27,28,29 June 11,1281344 Jul), 26,27,28 ! April 16,178 May 27,28.298 July 1,2,38 Autust 30,31 April 24825,26 June 7,8,9.10 July 23.24,25 May 12,13,14 itIlY 108,12.13,14 August 7,84 MONTGOMERY May 12,13,14 July 19,20,21,22 August 18,17,18 May 21,228.23 July 15,16,178,18 13,1413,15 Ai:WI-1-3Z May 18,2 June 15,18,17,18 August 4.5,6 April 21,22.23 June 3.4,58,8 - August 1,2,3 S'eastern Api 11 1liTi19,20--1- May 30,31 June 1,2 ' July 29,30.31 April May 2527.29E1 July 1.38-4iN) August 29,31 May 3,4,5 ;tine 19E5,20,21.22 August 19,20,218 PENSACOLA May 9,10,11 June 23,24,25.268 Maoist 4,54 , Mfty-561118 June 27,28.29.30 AaguaL19,21 May 12,13,14 July 108,12,1344 Auguat 7,8,9 April 14,15 May 2425,20 ;uly 4 (2). 5 Auguit 288.29 April 248,25,26 June 18,9,10 , July 23,242,25 DODGERS TAKE PENNANT VOTE OF JACK HAND Pittsburgh Given Second Place And Braves In Third For Writer BY JACK HAND ATLANTA, Ga., April 11--4P)-- The National League race figures to be a wide open six-team battle with the Brooklyn Dodgers havilig the best chance to win the pennant. Only Philadelphia and Cincinnati appear out of it. All the others, including the Chicago Cubs, last in 1948, rate a tumble. Pittsburgh, the big surprise of last year, could very well nip the Dodgers. Here's the way the finish looks, . to the writer, a week before the 1- Brooklyn2. Pittsburgh 3. Boston 5. Chicago 6. New York 7. Philadelphia 8. Cincinnati-- - Most National League managers call 1949 "the year of the big ifs." Uncertain factors- such as Ewell Blackwell's physical condition. -"trlutcy Kurowski's sore arm and the comebacks of Pete Reiser and Jim Russell can upset all calculation The sale of trade of a single regular player eould tumble the delicate balance in President Ford Frick's wheel Despite their third place finish, behind the champion Boston L hoe HENRY J. TAYLCA, MC Newark Wirt 10"ne" , 1949 SELMA May11.228.23 July 6-7-84) August 1314EL 15 May12.1314 JU1Y 19,2U,21.22 August 1617,18 , May 3,4.5 June 198.20,21,22 AUfflitit 19.29.218 1-1- .. r ' Anril 27,28.22-- , ' Leagge June 3,4,58.6 . Atrust 1,2,3 0 -ATillif,ii,i'' 1 -- , - - '-- June 11.128.13,14 f July 26,27,28 1 Baseball VICKSBURG June '7,11 9,10 April 240,25,26 July 29.303113 April 27,28.29 June 11128,13,14 August 1,2.3 ------ April 1418 May 24,26.28 July 1,39,4(D) August 29,31 I April 18,19,20 May 18,19,20 May 30,31 ' July 15.16,178,18 June 1,2 August 18.17.18 July 29,30.319 - 1 April 15,118 May 9,10,11 May 24,26.28 June 27,28,29,30 July 2.4031,5 August 25,26,27 August 289,30 ' I iTp .. ril 27,28,2g May 159,16,17 June 3,4,513,0 July 19,20.21,22 Atrust 1,2,3 , August 13,148,19 1May 9,10,11 ! Jung 27.28,29,30 ! August 25,20,17 , May 61,88 - June 23 24,25,2813 August 22,23.24 .. . -I May 21.220,23 '' ' April 30 ' -I '- . ' July 6,7.84 . may 113.2 - . ' - I -- R ' I t August 10,13, IS June 15 13.10 ,16, esti .......,,,.. , Braves and St. Louis Cards, it looks like the Dodgers for the pen-pant from this corner. Brooklyn has no sure 20-game winner like Boston's Johnny Sabi but in Ralph Branca and Rex Barney, they have a pair who could be tops. Manager Burt Shotton's pitching with Joe flatten, Preacher Roe, Harry Taylor and young Carl. Erskine to back -up the Branca-Barney combination, rates with the best. Perhaps St. Louis has.. a little more ,class but its staff is strictly southpaw. Bill Meyer may be cooking up the surprise of the year for Pittsburgh. He made the experts look bad last year by leading the underrated Pirates into fourth place. Off season deals for pitchers. Murry Dickson, Hugh Casey, and Bob Muncrief strengthened the club. Meyer says the improvement is-25 per cent - Picking last year's pennant winner for Mira place is risky business. Manager Billy Southworth has the same club that won in '48 with the addition Of Pete Reiser, veteran Dodger.. Reiser probably I Will play left or center held depending on Russell's ' continued come-back. VODAY'S SCHEDULE - At Atlanta, Ga.: Boston (A) vs. Atlanta (SA) - At' Mobile, Chicago - Vs. Pittsburgh (N) At Texarkana,. Texas: Cleveland (A) vs. New York (N) At 1;zriphi5,-Tenn.: Detroit (A) vs. Memphis (SA) At Dallas, Texas: New York (A) vs. Dallas crw r ' At Chattanooga, Term.: Philadelphia (A) vs. Chdttanooga (SA) At Wichita Falls, Texas: St. Louis (A) vs. Wichita Falls (BSL) At Spartanburg, S. C.: Washington (A) vs. Spartanburg (TSL) At Houston, Texas: St. Louis (N) fragrant with freshness, when the winter cares are shed like a cloak and you're suddenly younger than your years. Lucky the man who has this handsome car riage as his answer to that moment. 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He wal whiff an The Cu Nelson fo in the si the lead, Peden, ir plate, op( canto wit left field throuh th allowed P 1 through I 1 batting fo ; to score I Walked. .11 ll tional sh( l - would-be ! ing on hil , N.; on first i : the next throw to r ; 'I was unma .1 - by second ' woUnd ill fence win logh scam , long fly t( the winnit The loci in the se( , bined six and's, --xtar tage. Ray Klaus at Moines fic time and , walk. Hon and sent E ond on the ' making hi men, singl , tallied and - McGlothin chasing WI run of the ently forgo ' on third- left and tal past short I out to tl,a hit to th,1rc Klaus thre at first, F tally of tin - Liptak a turned in chores, all - charged wil , handled 12 1 ing in two The form tak, turned In the sixtt behind the foul fly of Picchlotti. Jack She ',lit :Chicag game from X. Stephen the preside Sunday afte 1 The Leal! bition tilt t . 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About 14,000 golf fans made up delicate balance in President Ford the well behaved,' gallery whieh Frick's -.wheel. '. ' , , ' -'' At Sparta,n ur - the final day. and most of them-, came I home with Despite their ,third place finish (A) vs. i Spagr'taStibuCFr:galW15(aTs(sBhLiS.3::g),": 22 '' ' .13.110AD STREET ' , - behind the-,;:c17mpion Boston, ton H 6,900 yard National and the con- ouston, -Texa. s. St. Louis (N), .. , . . , , . ' PHONE' 1829 Snead. The news of his three under par Tfront nine' spread-: about The - , - - 7 . .. . : . - , .,: . ., . 1 .., ' 4 '-. - ; - ' : ., ,. ... . ......,.......................................:.......,,,.::....)..::.:::......477,777 mr.7mrrs7;,:lrr7:777:77,,.;n:;:z:,.;..,:.,...:,::..:.,.;:....:.. .. . versation was On Snead. 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