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The official ballot musts?. used NATIONAL LEAGUE: AMERICAN LEAGUE I - - ' - , - ' I -' - , THEN BRING 1 THIS , ORDER IN AND GET IT,CONFIRMEDI , .- .-. -. I l , Borbeln-Young and Kutis South stepped into giant-killer roles in: Minty baseball 'yesterday as they slapped down the defending 1 1 champion and- runner-upthe Carondelet Sunday. Morning Club and 'Cutts Northand marked the .irst'defeat of the season for each elub.-, - : - 1 I , 1. Borbein moved into the North Amateur Scorbs :Muny Results - SENIOR DIVISION . I South Side ' Kittle 4. Carondelet Sunday Morning iClub 3. , lamacks 20. Gravois Plumbers S. - North Side 1- Borbein-Yotmg 5, Kutis 4. r Union Printers 6. Polish Falcons 8. '- Heine Meine ' t Hoffmeistes 6. Simpkins O. I Villas 10. Carondelet Sunday Morning I Club 4. I Berkeley . ' , Carter 11. Wilson! 10. I Overland Braves 4, Schmersahls 3. I , JUNIOR DIVISION , , Stu Musial - Meth Side Motors 10. Big 3 Motors 2. 1 Beers 8. Knights 4. ; ' Ken Boyer Colts 21. Indians 4. , Brave. 7. Kutis 3. ' ! JUVENILE DIVISION V V t , i Dr. Lee Garvin i Ifs plewood Cats 6, Tower Grove El. f wards 4. , Arts 7. Odd Fellows 1. Xutis 9, Green Stamps O. SOUTH V SIDE OPTIMIST , A. B. C. Stars 6, John L. and Sons 2. ; Bull Dogs 3. Waterson Green Sox 2. 1 V V CLAYTON ROTARY 1 Clayton Cubs 12, Ure-Way 2. III. & Il. Equipment 3, Clayton Cubs 2. , MIDGET DIVISION Neighborbood News : Itusial.Biggies 6, Waterson Tigers 4. ; V V CLAYTON LIONS Clean Coverall 16. Clayton Hawks 4. Glesier-Jorgen 5, R. & R. Equipment I. 1 BANTAM DIVISION 1 VVVV V V Clayton Kiwanis ; Spartans 16. Little Saints 3. Immacolata 15. Fines 6: 1 - Clayton Elks . , K-Rockets 3, Eagles 2. , X-Rockets 13. Clayton Tiger' 2. VVVV Amvei Post No. I ,.! Midwest Type 10, Little Braves 3. Art's Eager Beavers 5. Jets 0. , ATOM DIVISION Kirkwood Cubs 1S. Tigers 2. A. G. V. A. . , Arts Mitey Atoms 25, Waterson Buffs 2. Southwest Khvartis 11, HarrIS-Hazison 9. Vashon Athletic AIM Monarchs 4. Cubs 1. Trotters 13, Giants 6. Tandy League Scullin 15. Braves II. Eagles 6, Dodgers 3. Khoury Results SENIOR DIVISION U. City St. Louis County &C. 3, St. Ann 2. 'Orlando Brothers 7. Overland 5. - Sam Breadon Jennings 3. Jenwood 2. Pioneers 9, Forrest S. St. Louis Clowns 14. Gladiators 7. cheetahs 9. Ballwin Eagles 7. Missouri Vets 7, Second Word 4. Trojans 15. Mississippi Glass I. DITERMEDIATE- DIVISION V. F. W. No. 9343 . North Side Yanks 6. Simpsons 2. Winthrop 6, Ferguson 1. Bombers 22. Pilgrim O. Charles A. Shaw ' Geddes 22. Independents 2. Thomas Giants 2 Royals O. JUNIOR, DIVISION Harold Hummel Rams 4, Morrells 1. Sioux Boys Club 17. Boys Club L Jo-So-Na Memorial Moores 3, Post No. 489 1. Southwest Kiwanis 18. Dukes 2. . West End Lions Roberts O. Richmond Heights O. Steams-Foster 16. Lindbergs O. Clayton Elks Parkviews 17, Affton Knights O. Carondelet Sunday Morning Club 5, Wattrson Boys Club 4. Affton, Tile 6. Teamsters 3. , . , CYC- Results. SENIOR DIVISION -- Bishop Hehnsing HOW Rosary 5. St. Paul 5 (tie). St. Phaip 4. St. Engelbert 1. - - Bishop IS inkelmann St. Michael 5, St. Raphael O. , SL Aloysius 10. St. John 0. Cardinal Glennon Epiphany 4, St. Pius 4 (tie). St. Joseph 6. St. Cronan 1. Bishop Cody . I Mt. Carmel 10. St. Rita O. Holy Cross S. Kenrick Seminary 3. JUNIOR DIVISION Msgr. Wempe St. Gabriel 6. St. George 5. Msgr. Walsh Sacred Heart 8. St. Liborius 5. Holy Rosary 12. Holy Cross O. Msgr. Stits St. Patrick 5, St. Ann 4. SLV Catherine 4. St. Mary 3. . V Msgr. Johnson St. Margaret 8, St. Pius 0. $ t. Puke 11. Mary Queen of Peace O. JUVENILE DIVISION Msgr. Sessnon V t St. George 4. St. Michael O. -' St. Raphael 14. St. Joan O. Mitre. Brinkman gm Philip 7, perpetual Help B. Father Mallally Resurrection 3. Immaculate Heart 1. St. Cecelia S. St. Agnes 7. - lather Maxwell 1 Epiphany 17, HOIY Innocents 4. , St. James 4. Cathedral 2- , Msgr. Henries ! Corpus Christi 9. Good Counsel S. l' Holy Cross 9. Mt. Carmel. 2. 4 ' Mere. Rogers Christ the King 6, All Saints O. St. Rita 12. St. Ann 3. ,. IENNEVG8 YMCA Junior Division - CLUB 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R. E. Ben B Bunk 0 1 3 8 2 0 0--14 6 2 Jennings Paving 0002000--2 1 5 Batteries--Balsom and Bohenksmot '11o11ecker. Bartagna and Lorenz. Gort- I, ley. I CLUB 1 2 3 4 5 4 7 R. IL E. Jennings Automotive - 2064000--12 7 1 , Riverview Quarry 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-- 0 1 4 BatteriesGrocey. and Cody; Mum. Guerling and Unbach. Goddard - ' - Motors - 1 5 6 2 2--16 8 1 Jennings , , . Police -00000-0 0 3 BatteriesKlocke and Davis. Walsh; 1 Blackledge. Scaliss, and Turner., Ben B Btmk Q 0 0 0 3 0-3 4 2 Goddard Motors 1 0 0 0 0 0 0--1 3 0 Batterles--Wiltsey and Bohnenkamp: Elocke Kiley and Davis. Walsh. Bantam Division - CLUB 1 2 3 4 6 7 R. E. Belklum Place 2 2 1 5 0 0 3--13 10 2 affinities ' tio.3 0000000--0 0 3 Batteries.Koenig and Wick; Franklin and Dowdy. Juvenlia Division Runnrecht ' Heating 0000010--12 4 Pat-Perry Plumbing 0 3 0 5 2 0 0-12 8 2 Batteries-;-Dunn and Stelzer; JeskeY and Owens. BIG us" SALE II Car LOST OUR LEASE NEW BUILAINO COIN I OP 01 OLD LOT AT 6422 EASTON MUST VACATE ALL . . : . YEARS "II MAKES MODELS 11 n Imam MODELS UNCONDITIONAL ' ' SODAY GUARANTEE! WE DO OUR OWN . FINANCINGTell us the Terms.Yee Wait . :rut Trados--1411 WITS 1- ...- 11-7- Irk) n Side League lead with its 5-4 decision' over! Kutis before 2000 fans at Fairground Park.- Kutis South picked up a piece of a three-team share of the lead in the South Side League as it ,le'ed the CSMC, 4-3, at Caron-, delet Park. - ' Jini Lyons was the winning pitcher for Kutis South, scattering eight kits in the seven Innings that the game went. It was the first game of a twin-bill, and a time limit was set.' The same regulation was put on the Kutis-Boerbein battle, which went eight frames. The CSMC rapped Lyons for three runs 1 in the first inning, with Chuck Vogt and Gene Vallont opening the game With singles and Ken Whitehead and Ray Smerek following with doubles. But that was all for the defending champs. HMIS GETS EVEN Kutis got even with two runs in the third and another in the fifth, and used four infield hits to push thp winning run across In the seventh. Borbein gave Jack Bocklage a 5-1 margin after 712 innings, but Kutis rallied for three runs before Ed Gerken could retire the side as Gene Rehwinkel,- carrying the tying run, was cut down at the plate. The other North Side loop game saw the Union Printers score in the ninth to edge the Polish Falcons, 6-5.' On the South Side, the Kimacks piled up 20 hits in a 20-8 drubbing of the Gravois Plumbers. The Villas moved into the lead in the Heine Meine League, winning their fourth game in five decisions with a 10-4 drubbing of the CSMC. Eddie Albrecht hurled all the way fot the victory. Former Missouri University Pitcher Bob Boehlow spun a three-hitter for the Hoffmeisters, handing the Simpkins their fifth straight loss, 6-0. Boehlow fanned nine. In the Berkeley League, Bob Walters of Overland and Tom Schaeffler of - Schmersahl each fanned 11but Walters allowed only two hits in a 4-3 victory. The Carters edged the Wilson Aces, 10-4, in the other battle. The CYC's Bishop Winkelmann League turned up with two sharp pitching performances. Dave Hughes of St. Michael twirled a five-hitter, fanning 13, in a 5-0 triumph over St. Raphael. Charles Calcaterra of St.. Aloysius scattered eight safedes . in a 10-0 whitewashing of St. John, and also walloped a three-run homer. It was the first defeat of the season for St. John. EPIPHANY GAINS TIE Epiphany rallied for runs in the sixth :and seventh innings to gain a 4-4 tie with St. Pius in the Cardinal Glennon League. It snapped a St. Pius winning streak at three games and did the same for a three-game Epiphany losing streak. Ray Liss of Mt. Carmel displayed another top-notch pitching performance, striking out 10 and allowing only two hits in a 10-0 Bishop Cody loop victory over St. Rita. In Khoury action, the new Mississippi Glass team proved 22 runs better than the old one as It faced the Trojans and lost by "only" 15-1- The last time the team played, it took a 36-0 shellacking and the team members all quit. T h e Orlando Brothers remained unbeaten in U. City League play, stopping Overland, 7-5 as Pete pitched the victory and Frank rapped a triple to lead , the attack.' Scullin whipped into the Tandy League lead with a 15-11 drubbing of the Braves in the leagues' feature game. Zack Wins .Tourney Leo Zack won the monthly Polish-American handicap golf tournament yesterday at Lakeside with a low net of 63. Ray Odell had a 68 for the runner-up honors. and Gene Zlotopolski, Stan Rodolaski and Leo Warchol carded 72s for a third-place tie. LEADING BATTERS IN MAJOR LEA6LIES By Associated Press (Based on 100 at Bats) NATIONAL LEAGUE Player, Club. G. AB. R. If. Pct. Reps Iski, St. L. 30 100 22 40 .400 Long. Pittsburgh 41 158 31 60 .380 Boyer, St. Louis 43 171 32 61 .357 Bruton, Milwaukee 29 105 19 364.343 Aaron, Milwaukee 33 126 24 42 .333 Pittsburgh 39 123 25 41 .333 Bailey. Cineinnati 33 101 13 34 .333 Bell. Cincinnati 42 154 29 50 .328 Sand, St. Louis 34 117 11 38 .325 Ashburn, Phil'ohla 39 161 29 52 .323 AMERICAN LEAGUE Player. Club. O. AB. R. IT. Pct. Mantle. New York 45 168 45 69 .411 Maxwell, Detroit 34 109 26 41 .376 Vernon, Boston 32 III 17 40 .360 Kuenn, Detroit 42 174 .27 62 .356 Lollar, Chicago 35 112 15 38 .339 Berra, New York 36 136 26 47 .338 Skowron, N. Y. 36 121 17 39 4322 Goodman, Boston 39 159 30 51 .321 Wertz. Cleveland 41 145 23 46 .317 Gernert. Boston 36 115 17 35 .304 Rivera, Chicago, 34 112 23 34 .304 ROME RUNS NATIONAL AMERICAN LEAGUE LEAGUE Long, Pittsburgh 15 Wile.New or Boyer, St. Louis 12 Berra. New York Banks, Chicago I?, Bauer, New York Boil. Cineinnati ' 11 Sievers. ilrliton Post, Cincinnati II Gernert, Boston Jab'ski, Cianati 11 Maxwell, Detroit RUNS NATIONAL LEAGUE Lour, Pittsburgh Boyer. St. Louis Munial. St. Louis Jaleski, Cin'oatt Banks. Chicago 34 109 26 41 .376 32 111 17 40 .360 42 174 21 62 .356 35 112 15 38 .339 36 136 26 47 .338 36 121 17 39 4322 39 159 30 51 321 41 145 23 46 .317 36 115 17 35 .304 34 112 23 34 .304 BATTED IN AMERICAN LEAGUE 41 M'lle, New York 50 41 Berra. New York 37 33 Simpson. K. C. .35 33 Lemon. Wtteton 34 27 Sievers, Wasteto 34 Cards' Averages BATTING Player. AB. R. H.211.311.MLRBI.Pet. Republik' 100 22 40 6 1 6 20 .400 Smith 35 8 14 4 0 2 11 .400 Boyer 171 32 61 8 012 41 .357 Sarni 1171138 7 2 6 22 323 Moon 152 30 49 8 2 6 24 .322 Pndienst 145 19 44 9 0 0 13 .306 Diat'amo 157 35 45 7 3 0 6 .287 Cooper 14 2 4 2 0 1 4.286 Mosta 155 23 44 9 3 6 35 :284 Brandt 36 7 10 1 0 1 2 .278 Hatton 36 610 1 0 0 7 .278 Harmon 33 5 9 0 0 0 3 .273 Sauer 82 514 3 0 1 .269 Del Green 59 8 14 3 1 2 6 .237 Morgan 40 1 7 0 0 0 1 .178 PITCHING Metter. W.L. II'. H. R. SO.BILHR. Binder 1 0 13.1 8 2 2 1 0 McDaniel 4 1 34 37 6 18 13 1 Cottons 3 1 19.1 '22 8 4 8 2 Mizell 8 2 69 62 27. 150 23 11 Poholeity 3 3 154 48 26 31 9 9 Schmidt 2 2 35 32 18 14 20 8 Dickson - 3 4 61.2 86 30 26 24 4 Wehmeler 1 5 37.2 40 28 17 22 2 Littlefield 0 2 22.1 23 17 15 10 2 Jaeltson 0 () 26.2 21 10 13 10 2 &wheat 0 0 7.2 12 7 6 5 3 Ray Eby Captures lake Hill Feature Bob Regot won two races at Lake BM Speedway last night, taking the dog race, and the semi-final event, but failed in the 25-lap feature as Ray Eby won that one by a half car length over Joe Lane. Vernon Hathway was third. The results: FIRST HEAT (10 LapsWon by Harold Workman. Cowboy Riley, second; Ken Shrum, third. SECOND HEAT (10 Laps)Won by Bill Schrader. Ray Eby second; Bud Wallace. third. TIIIRD HEAT (10 Laps)Won by Russell. Tucker. Ken Range, second; George Egan. third. FOURTH HEAT (10 Laps)Won by Bob Begot. Gil Miles. second; Wally Eager, third. - - HANDICAP RACE (10 LapsWon lye Joe Lane. Don Gorse. second; Ed So limtut. third. - SEMI-FINAL RACE (15 Laps) -- Won by Begot, Mlles. second; Range, third. Scratched at Epsom LONDON, June 3 (AP). Three more horses - were scratched today from the English Derby, scheduled for Wednesday at Epsom Downs. They were Megaton, -Nantullah and Makings. PACIFIC COAST LEAGCE By Associated Press Los Angeles 5-8, San Francisco 3-4. San Diego 7-2, Vancouver 2-3. Seattle 4-4, Hollywood 1-2. Portland 1. Sacramento 20 Golfers in U. S. Open Qualifying Event Today R. R. E. The 36-bole sectional qualify13 10 2 ing trials for the National Open 0 0 3 will be held today at Westwood k; Frank- Country Club, with 20 players trying for the two places allotted this district. 1 2 4 Ted Neist, St. Louis Country 12 8 2 Club, and Gene Webb, Lakeside, er; Jeskey are the two favored pros favored to take the places, but they'll have plenty of competition. ,LE !, Among the entries are three out-of-town players who have elected to try to , qualify here. They are Paul Bell, Naples, Fla. (I T pro; Raymond F. Gebhardt, Ten- E N. .T.1 amateur, and Bill - Stewart, .Springfield, Mi., for- E mer state champion. , Up Another amateur who must be ASTOR considered -is veteran Bob CochRs ran of Norwood, who recently :ES 'qualified over the 72-hole route ; - , Foot end Isms - I gene? Brakes : ,. Adiested e Fill Master Cylinder with Hnavy Duty Fluid tES ot! lot Si 00 1) 2740 WASHINGTON 2727 LOCUST JL 3.1924 20 13 12 12 10 10 for the Western Amateur tourney match play. The pairings: 9 a. m. and 115 p. m.--Walter F. Arab., Ambo Driving Rang., and Ted A. Neist, St. Louis C. C. 9:05 and 1 eitt--Bob Coehran. Norwood. sad Bill Stewart. SPrinstield, Missouri. 9:10 and 1:25----Dona Id Dupike Sunset. and Eddie Held. unattached. 9:15 and 1:30--Dbn Clarkson, Olen Echo and Henry Christman. University City. 9:20 and 1:35Gette Webb. lakeside. and Franklin R. Keller, Westborough. 9:25 and 1:40---Joe Eger. Sleepy Hollow C. C., and Tony Henschel. Westborough. 9:30 and 1:45--Roy Glenn. Mount Vernon. 111.. and Jowls F. Kell Jr. Sunset. 9:35 and 1:50Pant Bell. Naples. Fla.. sad Bob Green. Triple A. 9:40 and 15Raymond F. Gebbardt, 'legality. X. J., and Richard R. Lots, Triple A.' 9:45 and 2Dick Chasse. Norwood. and Joseph F. Switzer. Sunset. Denotes amateur. , STEEMBIL:GERE CHEVROLET . STILL - I ' Pti, - t f r LOW PRICED c i -, SUPER TRADES 1 . km bow VIA DI. ' t ' T1ONAL AT OIL. ',. , .,, SERE tor II vowsl - 41-1110 412 Financing 0 PER YEAR. ON NEW CARSONE AINItill: OF THE LOWEST ' RATES IR TOWNI . , YOU'RE ALWAYS SAFE ON - ,, MONEY DIFFERENCE - , WHEN YOU srs - , BILGERE CHEVROLET 2820 I. GRANO FL I4T80 Fellort-Pros' Pick Hoganfollitin Open DAtjAS, TEx, June 3 (AP).--A poll of golfers' in the Texas International, Open by the Dallas Times Herald today showed most of them fee! Ben Hogan will win the National Open this year for an unprecedented fifth time. Of the 64 competito.rs who would give their choice. 13 se- lected Hogan, who lost last year's Twins, 18, Sign Open in a playoff with Jack Fleck; Wifh ' Cubs Pi; r Hogan actually got 23 votes one player chose both Hogan and Sammy Snead. Defending Nation al PGA champion Doug Ford was an overwhelming choice to repeat in that event. He received 23 votes. Hogan as well as many other top-name golfers, including youngsters who have not been PGA members for five years, does not play in the PGA. Hogan declined to make a selection on the Open winner but told Times Herald Sports Editor Louis Cox be thought he had a good chance to win. "I think if I can putt halfway decent, I'll have a good chance," he said. "Of course, you know you have to have luck and be on top of your game (to win the Open)," he added. Hogan will head for New York Tuesday and will be on the scene of the National Open at Rochester, N. Y, on June 7. Cary Middlecoff of 'Pallas was second choice to win the Open, polling nine votes. Jim Ferrier said he was picking Middlecoff because "he's playing good now and be's a former Open champion. It's always a good bet to pick one of the fellows who have won the Open." Snead, who never has won an Open, was next in the poll with votes. He selected Middlecoff for the Open Ina Toinint Bolt for the PGA. Other favorites in the Open poll were Bolt, six, Gene Littler four, Mike Souchak four, Doug Ford three, Billy Maxwell two, Jack Burke, one, Mario Gonzales one, Dow Finsterwald one, and Al Besselink one. - Middlecoff finished second in the PGA poll with 13 votes. Others receiving votes were Snead, seven, Bolt six, Burke four, 'Jimmy Demaret two, Walter Burkemo two,:Besselink one, Marty Furgol one, Ted Kroll one and Lionel Hebert one. Pro Net Tour Ends; Gonzales Is Champ LA JOLLA, CAL., Jun i 3 (AP). The professional tennis tour of Tony Trabert and Pancho Gonzales ended today with Trabert trimrrdng his rival 1-6, 6-2, 11-9. Gonzales is the tour champ, however, by a wide margin of 74 gainesbto Trabert's 27. Trabert, down 6-7 in the third set, pulled out with four straight points and went on from there to win. Jack Kramer defeated Pancho Segura, 6-3, in a one-set prelimipary. TEXAS LEAGrE By Associated Press Shreveport 5. Dallas 2. Oklahoma City 4. San Antonio O. Austin 2, Tulsa 1. Thief Takes $80 From Dick Groat As - Player Sleeps MILWAUKEE, June 3 (AP).--Pittsburgh's 4-2 victory over Milwaukee last night brought some comfort to Pirate Shortstop Dick Groat who reported losing $80 in his hotel room. Groat said he awoke this .morning in the room he shared with Third Baseman' Gene Freese to find his wallet and its $80 contents missing. Freese's wallet was untouched, he said. Groat's empty wialet was - found later in the hotel incinerator. 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Kearn Says Moore Must Win by Kayo Or Lose Decision LONDON, June 3 (AP).Jack Kearns, former manager of World Heavyweight Champion Jack Dempsey, predicted today that Archie Moore will retain his World Light Heavyweight crown or a knockout in Tuesday's fight against Challenger Yolande Pompey. Then the old prbfessional among fight managersKearns has had 50 years in the business and managed seven world championsdid a little sparring. "But if Moore doesn't land that pay-off punch, I think Pompey will get a point decision. Age and weight favor the Trinidad fighter it it goes 15 rounds." Kearns came to England five days ago and has seen both fighters in training Moore twice and Pompey once. "Those who think this one is going to be a pushover for Moore may be in for a shock," Kearns said. 'Pompey is a good, strong, rugged fighter. He's a sharpshooter who looks for the spots to hit. Moore is in for a tough fight. Pompey will make a better fight of it than many people think." 1 Italy Moves Ahead BOLOGNA, ITALY.. Ju7 3 (AP).Italy took a 2-1 lead ver Denmark in their third r und European Davis Cup play today as Nicola Pietrangeli and Orlando Sirola defeated Kurt Neilsen and Torben Ulrich 6-4, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 in the doubles. I I I r RUDOLPH BEATS - i ; PARIIELL,FOR WESTERN TITLE 'NASHVILLE, TENIst. Jim. 3 (AP).-Masort Rudolph, 22-3rearold Clarksville. Tenn., shotmaker, won the Western Amateur golf championship here today with a brilliant t 6-and-4 decision - over another Tennessean, Jack Parnell of Nashville. - Rudolph. Tennessee Open champion, took advantage of eyery mistake his 20-year-old opponent made to build up a steady lead over the morning and afternoon rounds. It was the firgt time -.either . hid, played in: the Western.. - Paraell. a former St, Louisan who goes to altlahoma A & outdrove the new champion from the tee, but 3frequently found himself In thel rough while Rudolph played tomfortably down the fairway. Again,! while Rudolph's approach shots were almost invariably on the green, Parnell often struck sand traps. A one-under-par 71 on the morning round triter the Belle Meade Country Club course was good enough to give Rudolph a 2-up edge. Parnell took A 73.' Rudolph went to work on the husky Nashvillian early in the afternoon and won the first two holes to increase his edge to 4- up. Parnell putted boldly for the cup on No. 23 to sink a long one for a birdie three. while his .opponent needed a four. It was the last hole Parnell won. They halved the next four In par,- but Rudolph won the twenty-eighth when Parnell drove out of bounds, making it 4-up again. They halvedthe next two and then Parnell went one over regtrlation to drop the thirty-first hole. Rudolph birdied No. 32 while Parnell took a par 5, ending the match, Pony.,teigoe Head Asks Majors To Aid Minors at Once BUFFALO, N. Y., June 3 (AP).---The president of the Class D Pony League today called upon the major leagues to give immediate aid to the minors. Vincent M. McNamara, in a statement released today, said he had appealed to Commissioner Ford Frick and George M. Trautman, president of the minor leagues, to draft a plan for immediate aid at a meeting scheduled June 7 in New York. Frick and Trautman will meet In New York then to discuss charges that the major leagues have a monopoly on baseball players. In an appeal telegraphed to Frick and Trautman. McNamara said that recent press releases credited to tthe commissioner stated ' that he major leagues were draftink plans for aiding the minors in 1957. "Our immediate problem Is: Will we be able to survive 1956 ?" McNamara said. McNamara, who is also president of the association of Class B. C and D league presidents, said "that not only our league but others will find it necessary to suspend before too long." Pointing out that the Pony League has already lost two of Its eight teams, McNamara said: "Our financial reserves have been wiped out because of the unusually bad weather that has plagued us from the season's beginning." Latch for Chisox CHICAGO, ILL., June 3 (AP). The Chicago White Sox today signed I Bob Latch, captain and centerfielder of the University of Tulsa's baseball team, for their Memphis affiliate in the ?ass AA Southern Association. SOUTITERN ASSOCIATION By Associated Press New Orleans 7-6, Nashville 3-3. Memphis 6, Atlanta 1. Mobile 9, Chattanooga 2. Little Rock 12, Birmingham 10 innings). 1 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Omaha 7, St. Paul 6. Indianapolis 7-3, Charleston 3-5. Louisville 5. Wichita 2. NNE MO IMO NMI NMI ME . DIALLA-DEAL? YES, IT CAN BE DONE! HERE. IS YOUR WEB;R Chevrolet' v: ORD Ft BLANK I , TELEPHONE 0 Call Weber Chevrolet at JE. 1-2500 to get this information: Price of New Chevrolet (model Cost of Accessories'You Desire MEMO (11 moticlay;i1;n94,1956 Ott: Emits GintriZtinurrat 3B 2B ES - LF cr: BP 0 Lopg-qqp4pcg4T,4.cmpx.t: ,'-TALL.S.TAR,-,BAL.LOT,J:::::.:..--k: , (Pitchers will be selected by raanagers.) (BALLOTING CLOSES JtN n) Address Will In and mail to All-Star Ballot, P. 0.Box 1346. Globe-Democrat, St. Louis I I I I I 11 1 Coy Warden Takes Prize Of 212-Hour Fish Duel MADiSOM MS, June N.(AP) Dwight Dawes of Arlington Heights, 111., can tell you all about the big fish that got away into the hands of a game warden. Dawes, visiting his mother-in-law here today, took his three children and a spinning rod to Lake Monona near the down- town district and began 'casting with a chub on his hook. Suddenly he knew the thrill of a big strike. For two hours and 40 minutes he fought his fish, partly from the shore and finally in a borrowed boat. A crowd of some 400 witnessed the battle, including an ambulance and its crew summoned by someone who thought the crowd was attracted by a drowning. Finally Dawes boated a huge lake sturgeon weighing, he estimated, 40-45 pounds. However, Game Warden O. G. Grant emerged from the crowd and took the fish away, saying the season on lake sturgeon didn't open until September. Dawes only comment was "Boy, I'm tired." Horse Race Pool Pays Two $6795 AGLIA CALfENTE, MEXICO, June 3 (AP).--The horse race pool here, which has paid single ticketholders $11,180 and $12,724 on their $2 bets the last pair of Sundays, was split again today between two bettors. Each picked five winners and collected $6,795.80. One was Percy Priddell, a San Diego, Cal., tailor. The other man declined to identify himself. Sir Gareth ran the mile and sixteenth feature in 1:43 35 for his sixth victory in eight starts this season. He finished two lengths ahead of Baron Noor and paid $4.80. Moving On was third. Total wagering on the 12 races wu $285,299. Eagles Sign ' Lansford , PHILADELPHrA, PA., June 3 (AP).:--The Philadelphia Eagles today announced receipt of the signed contract of Buck Lansford. 230-pound lineman. MEI IMO MEI NEM MEW MEI - k. ; .:7?:7:7M,t,.,664.6,tot6m6ui;t766,.g.,si;MMT! ) S. SJ - I . , r TOTAL NEW CAR COST.. . f 5.. , 3. TradeIn Value of Your Car (SUBSTRACT) . $... Melt give you trade-in estimate over the telephone.) ' 4..Difference Betweek Cost and Trade4n $1. 5.1Difference Figured in,Easy Terms - Months at . S. , . . . fille also give you this, figure over the phone.) INCLUDES ilium(' Chergen and lesUrande. SOLUNAR! TABLES John Alden Knight-- :The schedule of solunar periods, as printed below, has been taken from John Alden Knight's So lunar Tables. Plan your days so that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during these times if you wish to find the best sport that each day has to offer. The major periods are shown In boldface type. -These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours thereafter. The minor periods, shown in regular type, I are of somewhat shorter duration. , Use Central Daylight Saving lima June A. M. P.M. Date Day Minor Malor totinnr Major 4 Monday 2:00 8:10 2:220 8:35 5 Tuesday 2:50 9:05 3:15 9:30 6 Weddai 3:45 40:00 4:10 10:30 7 Thu'day 4:45 11:00 i 5:10 8 Friday 5:45 11:55 6:10 9 Saturday 6:45 I2:30 -7:15 1:05 10 Sunday 7:45 1:30, 8:15 203 I t $700 , ,. ,.., CHAIN SAWS 7Vrfi 13350 zors, , civil . SALESSEIVICEPARTS FINDLAY HOW. & HTO. CO. 1112 I. Kingshigitway F0.173011 1956 FORDS EXEC. CARS-DEMOS. - DISCOUNT BARRETT,, WEBER ' Sin & KillositithwayAt Arafat SEE US FOR fit GOOD DEAL ON , '56 rancunY SERVING NORTHWEST STs LOUIS & COUNTY MURRAY MOTORS iNC. 4STO Nat. Bridge. ) CO. 1-8307 , . ' ' ' , , . ..., , . . :..x.imasiky: .-,.113311.., r: la , ,, -1'. UNGONUI I SURiAt , Et II SO-DAY OUARANTE , EVROLET CH . . ... . Ilk' Igl - WE DO OUR OWN , 0 rii kl STILL t , I Mr. Chita-re- l e seys: , . s , FINANCINGTell us the ' i. ., .. f ' LOW PRICED - , ! - L-1.s. - Terms ,Yon Want rlet en 6m." - of! for c I gupEg MOE!' New gyro Wonder-Prof, the , "LIKE THOSE FIGURES111 THEN BRING , THIS , ORDER . - teller Brakes , ,,...-- ---:- fitAni ready-mized waterproof type IN AND GET IT, CONFIRMED! Loot. Yrodosttilti otGllT Adinsted ' - S 00 t ' ' 11". raso LEMMA,- AT Sit:: emy Anigh, requires no water I . us Tiir Dall ' wooluins Fill Master Cy- SERE tor II wors1 - 4 e; -;-- inder with Heavy : iirmIlb 412 Financing ': ' curing. betere or atter- Just am 0.1,,.--...1 , -----,,,,4::, Duty Fluid , . PER YEAR. Ott simple operation. Perfect for all ri .......1 I 1 NEW CAROON g I.Ctail OF THE LOWEST rriasonrY 'waist See classified i 17 i L.213 . HE 0 1!Eire Diz, ctintirdl, , v , RATES Itt TOwNt telephone directory for - , YOU'RE ALWAYS SAFI ON paint dealers. UTH ORIZEP 2740 . E , - MONEY DIFFERENCE )4,06 d ip.ny ft- di. n . 11'1...1, f 6218EAsToN , u . , 4035 LINDELL BLVD. , - ' PHONE .1E. 1,4500 - ''' ' -' ' D 1 . . - tik.zp , silnKE. WASHINGTON ' WHEN YOU SE'S Penises we . Wonder. k , . - Prof will bo otodivo lo, i - I ti N ttotorot000mool0000 - ----- ---- . 2727 LOCUST 4BILGERE CHEYROLEr 3rJ . ... , 4 OPEN an TIL 18 PAC. rn, , JL 3-1924 ne,n in 10 to 1 yugre ea epos v. ti ..... osytypred ieterior naseowy . - 1 94 O J 1 1 "" ' CRAM FR. 141"i 'mil "d111" '' mon ims moo Ems mos EEss Imo ems Emil moo smms Elm IEEE INENN ems Nam limo macs 13Na NM 11113 ' - 4 , .... I , - , -- - , - - ' . - - j - ' t , - . . . , . . - , ,go, v., ...,,, ' -. I-- Borbein-Yot f ! . ' I in- Minty haaebt 1 1 champion and, 1 and Huth; Nort .. , each club., -'- Is I ' maul te A . , .. Muny . SENIOR - I ' Kutis 4. Caroodeli Club 3. - i Ximacks 20. Gravo - Nortl 1 Borbein-Yotmg 5, K ' - r tinkin Printers Hete 6. I ! ' ; s t Holtmeistes 6. Sir I Villas 10. Caronde I Club 41. I Berl 1 Carter 11. Wilson! - ! Overland Braves 4, I . JUNIOR , , Stair 1 !Meth Side Motors 1 !Biters S. Knights 4. ' Ken e Colts 21. Indians 4 -Brava 7. Kutis 3. i . . JUVENILE ! Dr. Los I Maplewood Cats 6, f wards 4. i Arta 7. Odd Fellow Xutis 9, Green Ste! SOUTH SIDI , ! A. B. C. Stars 6.. Bull Dogs 3. Water 'I CLAYTON 1 Clayton Cubs 12, 1 R. & It. Equipment 1 MIDGET Neighbor') 111fu5ial-Biggie3 6, 1 , , CLAYTO' Clean Coverall 16 4 Glesier-Jorgen 5, R. , 1 BANTAM 1 Clayton ; Spartans 16. Little Immacolata 15. Fir . i - Claytol ! K-Rockets 3, Eagle ! XRockets 13. Clay Amvet Po ,.!1 Midwest Type 10, I Arts Eager Beaven ATOM ll , Kirk, Cubs 11. Tigers 2. , A.G. ' Arts Mitey Ator Buffs 2. Southwest Khvartis son 9. .es.4. Vashon At? t Monarchs 4. Cubs i Trotters 13. Giants 0 Tandy Scullin 15. Braves . Eagles 6. Dodgers . , Khoury SENIOR - U. - St. Louis County 4 ,Orlando Brothers 7, Sam E Jennings 3, Jenwoo Pioneers 9, Forrest St. 1 Clowns 14. Gladiatc Cheetahs 9. Baliwir ltliso 1 Vets 7, Second Won Trojans 15. Missisl DITERMEDIA V. F. w. , . North Side Yanks t Winthrop 6, Fergus Bombers 22. Pilgril ' Charles , Goldes 22. Independ Thomas Giants 2 , , JUNIOB, Harold Rams 4, Morrelis 4 Sioux Boys Club I Jo-So-Na r , Moores 3, Post No. I Southwest Kiwanis f West El ,e; Roberts O. Richmc , Stearns-Foster 16. ! - Cisto 1! Parkviews 17, Affto 0 Carondelet Sunday t Wattrson Boys ( , Affton. Tile 6. Teal -k i , CYC - I -I SENIOR ., Bishop i 1 HOW Rosary 5. St. - St. Philip 4. St. En Bishop WI St. Michael b. St. I St. Aloysius 10. St. 4 Cardinal Epiphany 4, St. Pit , St. Joseph 6. St. ( Bishoi i . 1 Mt. Cannel 10. St. , . Hob, Cross S. Kern JUNIOR, Msgr. , St. Gabriel 6. St. i Msgr. Sacred Heart 8. St. Hob, Rosary 12. l . i Mgr St. Patrick 5, St. A i : St. Catherine 4. St - Msgr.. I . St. Margaret S. St. St. Luke 11. Mary JUVENILE Msgr. St. George 4. St. 7 St. Raphael 14. St . Msgr. t St. Philip 7, Perm Father Resurrection 3. Inv St. Cecelia 8, St. ' lather 1 Epiphany 17, Noll' St. James 4. Cathe Msgr. I ! Corpus Christi 9. i 17101Y Cross 9. Mt, , 4 , Msgr. Christ the King 6 I St. Rita 12. St. Al . , , i IENNLN! , '''- Jiirdor - ' CLUB 1234 Ben B Bunk 0 1 3 Jennings - ,Paving O O O 2 Batteries-Balsoi 111ollerker. Bertagru , 1,1ey. j !CLUB 1234 I ' Jennings Autornoti Godard - Mo d Pars 1 5 6 2 2-16 8 1 a-'. le le IM 1 Ube 7 Non -.......r.. NEMO , , i Jennings , . U. 4 '11Rtoolit,1 ''' ' 'Nsmwm.7 S7 Police -00 0 0 0--,-.0 0 3 20 Golfers in U S. Open MILWAUKEE, June 3 ' ,.. 1 BatteriesKlocke and Davis. Walsh; (AP).--Pittsburgh's 4-2 vic- , ORDER f ' Blackledge. Scaliss, and Turn r.. Ben B Bimk 0 0 0 0 0 3 0.; 4 2 - , . , tory over Milwaukee last z.:.'3,0-Kt7..$3.,.&:.:$1;. 1 Goddard , -- M , night brought some comfort 't.:,;:-.7. - otors"' 1 0 0 0 0 0 0--1 3 0 Qualifying Event Today i , . to Prate Shortstop Dick fkiiii . TELEPHONE - BatteriesWiltsey and Bohnenkamp: Groat who reported losing t...::- dik :,:.- --- - II , Elocke. Kiley, and Davis, Walsh. , . k.'?,, ' - B Di antam vision t: $80 in his hotel room. ,1 .-. OMdB 1 3 3 4 5 6 7 R. H. E. The 38-bole sectional qualify- for the Western Amateur tour- Groat said he awoke this .: g :.' 1 r - ' '.5, Bellum , Place 2 2 1 5 0 0 3-13 10 2 ing trials for the National Open ney match play. morning in the room he iiic . ,- . ::: -- . aelutin es , will be held today at Westwood The pairings: shared with Third Baseman' k::: Cali Weber Chevrolet at JE. 1-2500 to get this informati , on: - - -: .. .... - 3 0 0 000 0 0 0 0 3 ,, -i.:' - BatterieuKoenis and Wick; Frank- Country Club, with 20 players 9 a. us. and 115 p. in. Waiter Ir. Gene Freese to find his v.. ........, 11111111t mime MEMO 110111INSIMP UM INEMEll 1111111111000 s , , ::': lin and Dowdy. trying for the two places allotted Arab.. Ambo Driving Range. and Ted wallet and its $80 contents If l F ' . , 1 .1, ,... Ruivrecht Juvenile Division this district. . A Heit s. St. Louis C missing Freeses wallet was . C. I Price of New Chevrolet (model . . . ' t:,: ' 9:05 and 1:20sBob (-mitten. Nor- i - ' Heating 000001 0-1 2 4 Ted Neist, St. Louis Country wood. nue Bill Stew springlield, art. .. 'untouched, he alet said. Groat - . found 's A,:l.'-' .:.. , , . ::'., Pat-Perry . empty wi was - , Plumbing 0 3 0 5 2 0 0-12 8 2 Club, and Gene Webb, Lakeside, minrind 1:0 Donald Depske. Sun- later in the hotel incinera- '7' 2 Cost of Accessories You Desire SJ . -, Batteries---Dunn and Stelzer Jeskey are the two favored pros favo i red set. and Eddie Held. unattached. Ecti5ann 1 :30c Disa Clarktsonat. Grit; VII .;..... . and Owens. ; ' ,to take the places, but they'll i:, ... I have plenty of competition. ctty. tii: , . . ' , , , TOTAL NEW CAR COST.. , t :: , Used d and Era B Car SALE ! Among the entries are three 9:20 and 1.35Gene iiL estin sie, a R. Heir:W out-of-town players who have ouch. r- ph ti:: .,:: - 925 and 1:40Joe Ezar, Sleepy ,f , . r, F . 1 :;:. V ' 1. ::, ! , ' ' ::i ' W i elected to try to , qualify here. Honow C. C., and Tony Henschel. West- . . , ::: E. Naples, Fla. boronelt. . pro; Raymond F. vetra. Ind, an95-4116711P;enfil Mount i nyilint Alt t 4:.., iti:. 3. Trade-In Value of Your Car (SUBSTRACT) S.. Gebhardt, Ten- .., .-.:: . . mi MUST VACK They are Paul Bell, FE afly, N. J., amateur, and Bill sunset. . P e -- 11. waterproof, it y- We'll give you trade-la estimate over the telephone.) - , Stewart, Springfield, Mol., for- 9:35 and 1:50Pau l Beth Henke, .....::. - , ".,. ' - - LOST OUR LEASE Fla.. aad Rob Green. Triple A. in one easy' .. , . -, m- et state champion. 9:40 and 1 aRayniond F. Geb- - ::.::; 4. Difference Between Cost and Trade-In $1 ' . :,.-. NEW 61111,01111 COINC OP - Another amateur who must be lardt ThlanY S J9 and Richard B. elfin- n It 5.. , t .. 1 . . 7- - . ,. Lets. Triple A.' 'OD :,. - . - I ma. :::: If ON OLD LOT AT 6422 EASTON considered -is veteran Bob Coch- 9:15 and 2Dlek Chasse. Norwood. erw -- 5.,Difference Figured mEasy Terms Months at $ per .. :...i- . . - ... v YEARS ran of Norwood, who recently sot JolIgt ..., Switzer' Sammie Den amateur. , i,::.' . .,. ,.... MAKES 'qualified over the 72-hole route " -;.--- Me also give yew this, figure ever tits phone.) INCLUDES Finance Charges and Issoraeto. :1 .. - stririgiC , , r47-4-4mrno , .,. . . F teXtallta . v Motors 1 0 0 0 BatteriesWittsey ,liaocke. Kiley, anti i Bantam i CLUB 1234 Belklum 2215 Place 2 aennings tio. 3 0000 BatteriewHoertig lin and Dowdy. . , Javelin RuPprecht ' Heating 0 0 0 0 Pat-Perry Plumbing 0 3 0 5 BatteriesDunn a and Owens. , flifl Use . W Ca 1. E tolt t LOST 01 tNEW BUILIII 1 f ON Olt 4 LOT i 11 ALL w 1.114C0111 IrY SO. D A Y 6 1:1 WE DO 1 FINANCING -. - Terms .1 - II - tm. Trada s---1' ' It Us Taw Dactil A. - ----...11 , . . , - . . , , , - , . . . . - - , , . t i , , , . , MOtidaY; line 4,1956 .i J;R: Enuts GtatriZtautrrat 3B - , . ... ,. - A El - SHORTEN RUDOLPH BEATS .' ; - THErtE OUGHT-TO OE A LAAIJ,By PAGALY and 4UIS , - 4.,1, , veil A TE.4 , '. ; IS "NAT CAM cc,,1;ZE - i , i ! , ' . . - raz ial ON 'NE ,-- at s'ou2 p A D II r 1 t GLODE-DEMOCrIAT-KMOXI 1 - . , ir SE DIMS WOZSTOOVEZ 1,AsT oolzolcs! --1,b. ''v .Z1Pir't TELEPOONIS L ' ' . . ' IS :ca me sgoqgles , - -, ' Iv.--,,e 'Yc altiA13f.gi A, , ' Al - BALLOT': -: t ' ; . - ,7...- - - -,. , , A . , ,,t , - - 111140 Se02ES EVEZI ROUND ' ' - & , , ,..,.. , ,AtN . clA V 11311116 , . . V , m uny Duels; ,,, LigE IRE HOLES HAD ' I- - - - - :COVERS ' 1 . - - ' - -- , -11"111 I ?Al ,j" I t E s T E R I 1 j 1 T L G E - - 'rhe lobe-Democrat anti Radio Station ICAfOX are eo-operat- 1 in this ar in thering votes fon players in the major Le e 0 , . , . , , ; r , , , e c. ,,v111 0,,, cum,. t, ,,A K -, 'N'ASFIVLLLE, TENN. Jim. I 3 All-Star game at Washington, D.--C., on July M All votes are to , , the ad dreu listed, below. The official ballot must?. used. et. 484, , get 'I (AP) Mason Rudolph, 22-year- be sent to ..;AN . NATIONAL LEAGLIC: : ' Amin:acts LreAGum I - - 1 - -, . John - Loses . A4' r,...----u-r----l..,: , ,,,1 -,-- ,,,,,,,,,,,,N ,,,, . . , ...),, ,,,,, , old Clarksville, Tenn., shotmaker, won the,Western Amateur golf . ,,, ,.! , .,, - 1 I , , , 1 . , , , I t ...--. - ' .- lit , ,, .. I , avit .. A i, -- la , i . . 7----.-- ..1.7.?iis.:110 e,, ' 0 1)1 ,A champlonsttip here today with a la , , , . I ut ii N . . 1 -Alit brilliant t 6-and-a decision - over . - , , I i ., . o2ik. 1 k- 6 l' b a f Tennessean, Jack , ,- - .. another ' Par- , , I- ' Boibein-Young and Kutis South stepped into giant-killer roles wts:," - , ' - , 5,P - , 0.41,if if - t , i I ' ' nell of Nashville. - . - 2B , - , ' ', -, 23 I. .4 ' : , -s ' , . I 1" f 1 - if - v '------- , dr, woo I in Atuny baseball yesterday as they, slapped down the defending -- ', , , st.,, , 1 1 the Carondelet Sunday Morning Club 'I' , ' It Q tat0 '''' ,t11 ....I..., Nue - a u d o I p h. Tennessee Open champion and runner-up-- - - v of , 1 Ht. 7 I champion, took advantage . , , , the first defeat of - the season for : ----;----r tc) (..b , - . -, , .., , , i and Butts Northand marked 1 ' fel'7',,?"---- ii , I EL. AS iAttAlllAtit ' emery mistake his 20-year-old op- 2B Ie. elAPIMA6.Nrseojr3'., ASS'AMi e4,trk, ilg3Y.:".;77::::i I ponint made to build up a steady' - Borbein moved into the North fl VA" . , 4 lead over the morning and aft- , , Side -League had with its 5-4 7,Yfi - emoon rounds. It was the Ina , , , - - - se . - citeur Scores is befo I ss - 1 - . decision' over !Kutre 2000 se-- - 114"0 - time -.either, hid, played in, the ' - 1 - ' - - - ' ' ' - - - , fans at Fairground rark;Kutis , ) - e Jp..?,Caff wegtern. 4 I , - South picked up a piece', of a - In - , r . ,., ''')GP I'. ft..., ..,s111, j w - who goes o ilh argnen. ta fakt-irmeromtps A ac lli SLouisan ,s'' , , 1,t , three-team ree-team share of the lead in , pig 0,1 A mott.114-6,1E 4.1' :. - . - , '11-ii, South the Sou Side League as , it outdrove the nCw champion from T mt. - ; , , c r , 4 torrdng edged the M,C CS, 4-3, at Caron. , , 010A. natin,14,1 I -t CONTEST V1140 TAilES ',.7 ,x - " ' x ' eil 1 ' , t") - ,, mpwr '1 ' - , I ' the- t., but It.. requentlyfound -- 1 , ,- . , - : delet' Park. - 7 11.1Pf 140NE OTI4E1Z II4A14 y - -.111v. nunself tnc n i rougn wnue u- Jini Lyons was the winning arkithir ,-4- : dolph. played tomfortably down BF . BF : - , ' - GOOD OLS S - , pitcher for Malls South,- scatter- JO , r - the fairway. - , - , r ing eight hits In the seven In- -- AgglIZ " tt,ts - r - atti often nings that the game went. It - .- - - - ow,t lawfr BARAA sr- t 6-4 y 11 P - r 4. t ably oA 10 nhn the h o while t sh igreen wr l ee Parnell noi almost nh In: , ens was the first game of a twin- wevigAIDAL:lexiA PA '.!' 7 V - - - , , bill and a time limit wu get P F , ---------- Awmizstana. SY", 0,.a ll ... morning ou strucksanrdtnd r s. ap 1 , .. The same regulation was put on I A one-under-par 71 on the mak (BALLara CLOSES JUN 22) (Pitchers will be selected by managers.) , , - '- ' rnsroblgaall a. the Kutis-Boerbein battle , which ': - mg n it Et Amik u a w pink t over the Belle at 1 m mo, ter o ' nsrE , 1 - ... , went eight frames. LEADING BATTERS -tui Ak 1 1 no Aiik awe ita Meade Country Club curse was the Kutis-Eloorbein battle, which LEADING BATTER - morning rouna over Lae zeue , went eight frames. Meade Country Club course was UN 22) E 1 - Fellow , Pros Pic c (BALLOTING CLOSES J good enough to give Rudolph a , 1 Motors 2. The CSMC rapped Lyons for -, three rune in the first inning, nu LAA IfD I rAttlICC - ' 2 -tp f4g?.. Parnell took a 73. , to.ree runs tne zirst mning, , k-uy A laa 44. X& Fa ,,, with Chuck Vogt and Gene IN MAJOR LEAOUESI H , - - Rudolph went to work on the th , Valloni opening e game with - - , husky Nashvillian early in the Name singles and Ken Whitehead and at Associated Press ocianfo Win Open afternoon and won the first two - - - - - - - - , , a. holes to Increase his edge to 4-1 I sews 'Oft low Ablit fetlt i , , I Address ,i t ! , , t - - - - - - , MI IMO 1111 IMIll MEI IN EMU IIMII III MK I : . ! I , , I ' ,....w 7!., 7:, ''t ' 1 IE!' '., , , t,,,: ..: ,,, .:,, 1 r''''''''''.....:, ,, i, -!iN -, - 20610130-1Z L 1 vrteu nau a oa Lor LUC ILILLICA . A.,uwik prpsg LON Olo We Os IL 3 1 Pt' N. - -1 1 1 - ?Overview - - - I up honors. and Gene Zlotopolskt,11;',--s Angeles 5-8, San Francisco 3-4. I r P1 mdkaa,1 I I bollkloo , I 410 I mow lova X ' 1 : nonnnooo 1 I -;f - - 7 I ea v rticae," Vsknenamr 9.-A I rIIng ITN La I IL ItiM la LI 1 , , lb& mi - F: t -Batter' iesGrocey. and Cody; Hugs, btan.. sroctotasKI ancy-To .vv arc..not 1 reatv-14: I - - - 1 A It Non IP IP ire IL 14.LN I -1-11 1.7.7 ! I I - Gnarling and Unbach. , I Carded 72$ tor a ttura-place tie. !Portland 1. Sacramento O. I A e - Ploquar Inc In 11111 en 1411E If elle V UCIII ell 1! I I Al R I EiMi ME OE 77M -1 - - 1E MA 11.4.11"..1.1117mbill'AP41111111.1" I I I - I I I : fINEWMPli

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