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IIRAZOSPORT AND IRAtORIA COUNTY. TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUOUST 12. 19*Z THi BRAZOSPORT PACTS Editorial—Adv—BE 3-3511— CltmWed—BE 3-2*11 PAGI Y Outdoor Observations By M. C. "NIG" RANEY TEAM BEATEN BUT . .. Twenty rarth's one" percent 1* of the Chuck Moser Colts Bow To Walker Pleased With TO Head Milwaukee, 7 South All-Stars T.H.S.CA in A ROW •W I to ««r atmosphere Is oxygen. Vet. when deer hunler.s excitinglyilhnl they bring •talk the stag at elevations cnm-lwith them. nion In the western section (i our| grenl hemisphere, they some-! u , n u ,,,.,, „„„ times find il ililfictilt lo lake enough oxygen. Somplimc.s ser- 1 Imis illncsMcs result from Illualiotis. for nnmr> more kinRflshlnR. I-rl's hope thai .Tmnp* ipuirn.i nlno nndi I,tJBROCK 0\P| — Chuck Mos- HOUSTON fApi_T|ie fishermen ktum . ,„„, ,|, p | All-Stars defeated i\V,-ilki coach All-Stars - .1 mc 1 jRide fishing has heen so much day nighl hetler Ilian normal. Mosl of us eft. lire like n goose, we wake up in In the n new world every day. or per- hefore g; \Vllhin the next few weeks, hups every year. Was or is it M- his players: ninny of ynu will find yourselvesVr than normal? "It's Iwen a real enjoyable Struggling for a lilllo more o/oiio, \V'i yn " " ' :,»' year when, week working with you hoys. I The n,(ine will lie there, hut you ||i r seaweed menace firsl stntt"d. appreciate how you have hustled. Will not he ahle lo "lake in" : \\'e sliil think ttinl Ihe sc;m, <-d: How you have cooperated and tnough he Acne Medical Ciisfvx Wi , s ,„,, 0 ,,f ;ln ;i; , s ct n, nn „ |j,,. y,, ur altitudr.'. I honestly wish I Compiny of Houston will rent hilily. |{-ghl now Ihoiisands of could slay wilh you n year or Cylinders nf oxygen which, when' fish are around patches of sea-'two. By OKCIKHR FKROUHON I cause Ihe leam Rave their best., Klash summed up the game FBI-IS Spurt* Krllf'r | The South led Ihc favored! Ibis way: I.ljrmof'K (Kp) — ny now you North afler the first and second! "I thought Kills Smith (Bay- T of Abilene North Basket ball f! "'"'" >r " hut lh - S(:ore «' a! tied | town) did a real good job for us. of Ihe Texas High School Coaches steady :«t the end of the third quarter He kept us together in (lie first:Association Saturday Tlie North went ahead forjhalf. He was getting a little tired '' fr| with fi:1I lefl in the game.)there in Ihe fourth quarter when P ' 1S " kcr anrl his assistant coach L. 7.) "I don't know what was the . i Bryan sat on Ihe sidelines watch-! matter with Bill Doty (Clear } u ;,!ing Ihe South All-Stars warm up Creek). He's had 'trouble the this was not difficult in the very;whole time here. But I don't warm coliseum filled with 7,500— jknow what was wrong tonight. fans, Walker showed his usual'r Doty hit one of nine field shots. j|" rBn ! t Dhio (AI'.i—Here in the cradle of the game, professional football Saturday broke ground for its hall of fame. Pete Ho/rile, commissioner of the National Football League, did the spadework, and Harry Stuhl-! ;dreher of Notre Dame's famed! 'Tour Horsemen acted as master! Mash od lt>W ' - prr - K " ml! "^™ ls "™""'* no nlfferent t.han Ixrforc "' 1 " f-xi'-'rler name." Walker said, "' m as '"' reo "' ! as ' '•"» t "'" Dllnn " the "ame the Bra/.os - ;""' ""'.v one of f,ve '''^ h '™"-.' \\» KPI-, hi.s w.te and ''' ; ' V , ,'" ^ ; Bryan hy autornobile. of ceremonies. Milwau- Some of the game's pioneers became president keo Braves, operating behind the who played in the league when il pitching of Bob Shaw, was fol 'nicd here in 1020 were on edged notion 3-1 Saturday night h ™' } "' ilh somc of lllc ^resent vl Charles Cluirchhill arKl extended the Colts' losing 'J^yj^at^. ranch Memorial as siring to seven. """"""^~~™•••HiHfiiHBi group of 3,(XX). Houston right-hander Dick Far- •ne ,vtayfield _ of Borger wastrel I look the loss, his first in four •ed vice president to succeed decisions against the Braves this 'ason. His record now is R-M lhe annual awards luncheon, i S haw, now m Luk.sa of the Fort Worth:hits but was tough in the clutch CUT«nd WRAPPIO- ARMpUR STA* HIAVY KIF •-'. FOR YOUR FREEZER, GIROUARD'S SUPER MARKET "' '"" administered, will pro- (U eed. Today, we received H re- Vfde rideiiuale quantities of nxy-;pur|. th:>t some anglers filled a r ,gcn lo supplement Iliat found in j small boat wilh dolphin by fish- file Mie ozone of higher Altitudes.ling around a small patch of sen- One local toy Seoul troop re-i weed. 'Iliis appears lo he Ihe licst ( tcentlv made a trip to the Hockies ] reason for lots of fish. 4hd the leaders provided oxygen j . ~ «S a firsl aid measure. Believe; .,,, u , s(|| ., ,„ ( ., p . ir „„,, fuM It or mil, Ihe boys requlretl more irpatmenl than the adults, p " rl hrafl rilK " mpnl " r Jmip-d ve.-y tf , ,,,_, fo ,, t „„ sovnrM altompcd '/'''"• | . lr ^'' am «' as mm ™ hports'He left, two nmners stranded ir, \\nler of Ihe Year. carh , hp fr ,,, >r ^ apr) , hird lnnm ,, s son, John Blair Cher r y, Rjiymond Mat- and got the benefit of two double L. 7., lingly, Haymond Berry and Win- plays-, a m Ion N»ah were inducted into the The only Colt damage was in , „. j r ,. . tired," Walker said Salur-'Hall of Honor at Ihe annual lunch- the fifth when J.C. Hartman sin- I am very mlereslcd in each tf| ,,,,. f( , ( , t fffl sovnra | ne ( .. as i ons day, "and I would like to rest up con. i^led and reached second on an of you doing the very Itfst you nnrl yelled "work lhe hall." The a couple of days before I re-: Cherry was coach at Amarillo !>rrm '- A1 Spangler singled him in. run. Remember, you are reprc- ; South leam and coaches were 1 ' 1111 honle to Braxosporl, but:in the thirties whcn thai school' Hanlt Aa ron singled in the; sentlng your communlly, school ] crowd pleasers. ' g»css L. 7.. will want to leave won Ihreo straight footbal cham- Braves' first run in the third, Gin Sunday morning.' pionships. Bpl ' doubled in another in the Walker added after some Berry is long-time coach at thought, "It's been a great week." i Paris. Noah formerly coached at It took Walker some 35 minutes afler the final buMer sounded lo and • and t» ow You would l>o doing yourselves | he put it, "millions of I fnuir by taking a cylinder of He used live shrimp for bait. flxygcn with you. ^ Deep sea fishermen have en }o\ed hi consecutive days (at thls[Bay Tuesday. The largest weigh- 'tvntingl of falnilmis fishing. All ed seven pounds. Tliey used mul-| Ipedes of fish common to these ^ let for bail. | have cooperated beautiful- j Fred Palmer and Uirry Parks | all the people hack home. 'You iirc out there to give all 'you've got In lhe game. I'll he Rl ,, , f> „„, (|rrssl rmm "f licklr-d to death if you win but I h(lk( , hnm| , w ,, h h , specks. Tliursday morning, Dr. will Iw plensej if you Rive J00 is( , und a word of flnco ,, rn . pm ,, nl Tannery caught 31 trout and, as percent." ,;„ „„,„,. o|d fricnd) , J j.-,.,,,, Walker had to be pleased be- Wf ,, kpr ., , rorn many ^^ jn Texas walked nut on the court lo shake hands with him as he at- tempipd to make hi« way lo the dressing room. One lady that Flash knew when .he was in the eighth grade of! school came out and introduced! 'herself, her husband and daugh- : Bell fifth and Joe Adcock had a homer in the sixth. Charley Williams and Bill Coon- ier caught six redfish in Bastrop 12 4A Grid Forecast Here Cubs Bow Out Of State Race Witb 7-6 Loss 'Uarnc Tuesday Ihe Emma Nr™ 11 *! 111 •" kingfish Monday. Bill in with' 157 kingfish, IhpiCaycr said that they also caught , |( p of which tipped the scales' soml! lin " s ""^ (Icll P lllns - j pounds. For a kingfish. I ml Is a whopper. Hie lucky ling-! J» sl another word of warning was James Jackson, a visitor i" 1 >'"" smnl) broit «w'iei-s who «m Wichita, Kansas. It is al-Trequenl Ihe briny deep. The Man •»ys nice lo have our visitors go>»* provided us vvilh K2 wonder- sat islied with lor. Flash didn't know her at WACO (Sp)—The Frreport Cubs t-UHROCK (Spli - Herejs how , irs , ant) shp t . allcd him Klbprt _ wc ,. e , jn ., ny P | irnjnalpfl fmm'the Dal^las Adamson and now is track ; coach at North Texas State Col- liege. i Mattingly, who won four stale | basketball championships at Bow' ie, now n coach at Dallas South Oak Cliff. The coaching school fell short of a record registration. There were 3..'I15 coaches signed up—18 under the all-time record set at San Antonio las' year. The all-star basketball Sweeny Given Nod To Reich State Finals BACK-TO-SCHOOL IN THE pedwin red dog- You'vcj got the jump on sharp style wearing this new Pedwin—it's the season's top scorer for smooth, good looks. Red Dog rides high at the front, looks made- to-order for today's shorter, tapered trouseri, Ilasticized side panels keep it up snus on your foot too. See it soon. 99 Friday night Temple Of Baltimore Colts 'Hie teams are listed in the order the coachp.s think they will finish. Harden Cooper, Rra/osport — • •• r>«, • , , i Pasadena, Galena Park. Texas (heir.fulconsccuUv.UaygolKrKxHyca- ( , j(> . Bay|mvll| Bra?0!!por ,, Q,, . veston. I'c'.e Sultis, Baytown — Pasa- dcna. (i.'ilena P'lrk. Bra/osport. Tc.xas City, Galveston. Paul Smllh, Galena Park—Bra- /osp'irt, P.aytown, Pasadena, Texas City, Galena Park. Galveston. District 12-AAAA football tn e , ;O ach didn't pick up his nick- Stale Teen-Age Baseball TournV coaches pick the loop teams lo name until two years lalnr whcn mont f ridav h ,,, u |ook a .; tendance of finish Hie coming football season. he playwl basketball al Kails.:Baytown team to turn the trick i more than 2 ' 000 bell ° r drew more (her for fishing. We are gelling week, Gall Williams went Inter into Ihe summer, and you determined to come back,'""' »Pt '" experience squally 'weather just anytime nmv. Keep a good eyp open (or unfavorable signs, and if necessary, "hi-tail" it to the jellies. Did you have liccn years? Bill Newman, Galveston—Pasa-' , »•_ i f t lucl iil-iwllflll Vlrl l\ !•.•>!( Ill I-rl.1rI-' TITRPfW S£ EfutTlS! -.«. »™-!'f T T a * "icST^ f.:.l,-e.i™, (.„!„„„ P,,I, Bay - zosp , irt HJsh TAIil.K Galvcston, town. t l,nlena I arK, The Cute, playing in IBB di-iin-t: heat, scored three runs to start the game. Baytown came hack wilh two runs in Ihe hot torn of Ihe first and added another in the second to tie the score. The Culis hounccd hack in the Iliird wilh one tally to move out front in this see-saw fame. Baytown took it's turn in the [fourth and oncp again tied the score. At the end of four innings (Sp) _ Harden il w!!5i a ''-' ballgamc. lend coach at Bra- Prr-eport added a run in the School, was elected fif| h and again in the sixth, hut Baytown cam" back with th.'ee Cooner Gets Renion 5 Office ropresnntative nf Region 5 on the Dale S-13 •<* 8-14 ,8-15 S-17 t BAI-riMORE (AP> -Tlie BalH nore Orioles said today they had old second baseman Johnny temple to Houston PS* the National oague. The Orioles, of the American cague, did not disclose Ihc terms of the sale. Temple, ohlained from Cleve - j'JMlnnd at the end of the last sea>J»"J»on, Killed .26.1 in 78 games for i3the Onoles and led the team wilh 18 *jS«e\en stolen bases. " Baltimore officials said they. Temple to make room onj team roster for Barry Shet-l rone, cin outfielder recently re-j leased from the Army. | Temple turned .13 Wednesday., He had boon receiving an esti- 1 ,,; mated S30.000 t year. Temple had ! to be placed on waivers before! he could leave the American Lea-; gue. No other team claimed him. of directors of the Texas 8-19 3:3S a.m. IL'rlfi p.m. 4:l:"i a.m. 1:1.'."] p.m. 4:50 a.m. 2:111 p.m. 5:'-'.i a.m. 3::H p.m. 5:iS a.m. A: in p.m. fi::M a.m. 6:05 p.m. K:11 n.m. 1:09 p.m. 9::',9 a.m. S:!?. p.m. 9: Hi a.m. 9:01 p.m. AsyO( ,. lton out front The /osporl, Texas City. Galena Park, „,,,, s ,. hwi ] Coa( ., H , s IViytown. Galveston. here F - r j d a y a [,ernoon. This ' n ''" ^ Kd Stacgs. lexas Qty - (tie) • mnk ,* s Coop< , r ^^ )o , w p , seventh Bra/osport, Pasadena, Ball, ujc) „, Prcsirlrnt or Vjrr Prc , id( . nt (< enough Ki:10p.m.'ciJv'r Park ' Baylmvn - ' 6 T ''- xas '<hc Assw-iation in 19HT 9:-17 P .m. C o,mbi,Ktl Vc.te _ Pasadena 32' '"'" B««™P"« .xv.ch was M:«P."..po, nb . Bra^r, 2S points, Ga,£™ ^^ ^^ .sixth to move -3. Iwttled back in the but couldn't muster runs. They did get or.e run across UU lost a hard fought 10::» p.m. ll:'-'7 a.m. THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Sports OH Mo* E "KEEP HOME PAY" OUT o. you/TAKE HOME PAY" with our LOW COST ECONOMY LOAN CASH YOU GIT Jo MO. J» MOS $2028.27 $ 80.00 2513.49 100.00 $ 8500 2957.40 m.OO 100.00 Abov. Inelud.i Lif. Iniur.ne.. Alia lo.ru (or im.ll.r .mound. ALLIED FINANCE CO. Mil HWY. 2» Ffcon. HAROLD LINDOFP JR. IE J.2W Icna Park 21 points, Texas City H> [wints, Baytown 17 points. Ball Il:'-1' p.m. 10 points. 12:15 p.m. B;u-field released the figuiTs at the Texas High School Coaches 7:01 a.m. Asscx.-iation School here Thursday 7:32 p.m. ami he said ILMA will be an unusually tough, distrii-t in 19*x2. Brief summaries on each ll'-lA schixil for the coining season follow: iTiiis information was furnished by lhe head coaches of the respective schools.) Bra/osport — 13 reluming Icl- termcn, five re^ulais. .Strong points — mare vcrs;itile oltcn.se, better defensive secondary- Mam ^ r ™ weakness — inexperience at quar- ^.A terback. B«isic formation — wing have of Houston's Mil by was named alternate director. Anglelon coach •Herman Moore was also nominated for the post. Galena Park grid coach Paul Smith was nominated as P.egion .Vs candidate for the South Ail-Star football coach of the game to be played at Ihc !.%.'! coaching school which will be held in Houston. Coach Cotton Watkins of Deer Park will be the candidate from Region 5 as the South All-Star cage coach for "It's a real great honor," Cooper said after he was elected direc- happy Terr)- Boy was charged with the lors' and Bob Maxwell, a 15 year old sulfiie, was the winner. Box was the leading hitter for Ihe Cubs with a home run and a double. Tlie manager's of this year's Cub team were Lawrence Buford and Jack Lawiis. Frank Ramey assisted Buford at Waco when Lawiis was unable to attend. LUBBOCK (API-Denver Citv game and Sweeny will clash in the i , hrCC ° r »JL t " als of thc Class AA schoolboy Ln7e> f00ltW " ra '' e ' (WS JM according record of 5.9.')6 set here in 1956. i^!! win^he'"''''!]!'"'' DCnVPr Clly ! ! They gave their views on the: :W2 campaign at the Texas: Coaching School and found that; Denver City had a team to com- •wre with ils 19fiO stale champ- Unship outfit. Sweeny would he the finalist from the lower bracket. i Donna, the 19S1 champion, was i practically swept clean by grad-' |nation and will have trouble con-' ; tending for it.s district tjt| Pi , The coaches picked these to -.vin district championships- • l-Whita Deer. 2-Canyon. 3-i M'llrfhop, 4—Den\-er City. 5 —! Ch 'dress. 6—Winters, 7—Crane, • S—Gran bur.'. 9—Jackc-noro. jO—: .^Ta.nsficld. 11—Rwkwall. 12—Sea-'i giville. 3—Clarksville. 14— l - Wmnshoro, l.i _ Mineola. IB -' GIndewater, 17 — Hillsboro, IS— Ma^Mii, 1»—Roc-kda!p, 'Jit~ Taylor 21-Bellvnie, 22-Lii ingMon. '23- Dsyton. 24—Port Acres. 25 — Sweeny. 26—Hallettsville. 27 — Pleasamon. 2.S—Hondo, 29—Refusio. 30—Araa«as Pass, 31—Hebbronville, 32—Edcouch-EIsa. K. Ludeman Scores Two Tennis Wins Bra/osport area youngster? put on a (ine trrnis shnw- This past Wednesday. Thursday and Friday- is ihey to"-: three divisional championships =mri reached either the finals or 'ho ^mi-finals in !wo other elassifirp.tions at the Rosenberg Jun'nr Chamber o f Commerce Tournament. Boston-Baltimore T. Pasadena — 17 returning letter- Uiat they toadies of the igh confidence wanted me to South Falls To Favored North 7-6 UQIII V nr l> natrn't »CW lOrirUBirOll To Build »r Fix the Farm or Home OLSHAM Gives Yog More for Less HTM SKCML: fcfMit Boon -32* i 8f, 0*1 anf Convotitwn stiinRlM, wmst peiteet. per w). .. HV nd 30f FeN, Ml ro«, on** .. 2K| Sat W Mo. I, n MM *• fV, 4 I 8 itn«4, good DM side duMfwJ ptfwoo*. to pi** ute. 4 i *-** But* 4 i 8--** PWHfH*» 4 i 8 Sheetrodi »• « $1*. V4' m PwpoM Ccnunl %\\.» »«». ExctfltM CokM ._ tat »«l be ptei w* <wt>." NMow Uiuls from $ MS »io-« W 95 LUMBER DISCOUNTS. 1 i 4 Yellow pine tloonng Tliis will please yoo. PCI lin tt. 2W< 2 i 4's. y to 16' Fit. Slight btiglit slock, per lin. It. 44K 11 8 1105 Yellow pine sidmj W 100 bd. It, only )7.K Cast iion twthlubs, minor defects J35 00 tilei Will Hurt- 8 colors J 250 2*8"T4'4' AirAiuminimV Wndow and Screen }I2.M fit' Uy«ihe»d ijiiagu doors with complete haidwdie J39M 1H" SUb Dooib, all sues VMS lt«* Sl»ti Doors. 2* 8" a 3' 0" . « 95 1H* Panel tons . $5»5 These die lacloiy leierh or silently TERMS NOTHING DOWN •ttti up ti 5 y»n tt pay CMN h tr Mil. FREE ESIIMATtSI W« 4«hw u nw WM. Ait ibmt Mr Mnyltta itock il USED nittrt- •It— H on trn j« IW Let »> supply y«« with cirlmds ir tmuloidi of 2" lumbar, 1" yiltow pint tldinf. itufltf, tr llnrini Md rMllnj MttrW, ilrict Ire* On tacliry. .-.-^LUMBER CO. -, 2600 Canal • • Houston, Texas CA S5551 Daily. - 7;3fl 5 30 • Sat: 7:30-1:00 .„ , - s( ' rlt them on lhe board men, 10 regulars. StiTiiig ixiinls— - ""-tin. power and depth. Main weakness —lack of p;issing game. Basic at 7 a m <o a formalinn - Wing and flanker T. lvu . k ," 0 " le sunfla >' Ci.-ilvc.ston — M returning let- ' tcrmen, nine regulars. S t r o ng points—pussinc. Main weakness— size, dcplli, power. Texas City — 11 returning lel- lermen, five legulai-s. Strong points -- jxi.ssuig. Main weakness —lack experience and playing -'•'"' anc ' -"tith homers Pasaclcna and Hra/osport, i Biisic fonnation — winged T. (ialcna Park — nine returning . "Kainst. Nev leitennen, two regulars. Su-ong PIMIH.S — passing and tiuickness. Main We.iknes-s — lack of reserve and *i/e. Haytown — 7 rt-lunun^ lettermen, three slarlers. Strong |xiinis —<lclen.se. Main Weakness—spi-i.il and e.Nperience. Basic foniiatiun -p in me By (iKOKliK FERr.l'SON" repre- Fuels Si-irtu Editor LL'BBOCK i Spi —Gene Walker tils staff of Brazos- of Hull-Daiselta, right half-back of hes wall leave Lubbuck the South All-Stars, picked up 9:' the irip yards in I" carries in the first ,half of the North - South All-Star :gan;e here Saturday ni^ht. The South dominated play and si-ore the first half and they led the North 7-0 at half time. But YORK (AI'i—Kocky Cola- tn<1 second half was the North's rimve in six runs with his a " 'he way. The North won Ihe and scored game 13-7. a seventh Saturday as Delroit K'Kh! "f Walker's carries were broke a .tl-inniii); scoreless sireak for *T >airls and weiT over ll'.e York with a 7-2 vie- Icft s: ' io "' 'he line behind the lory in Ihe first half of a day- Couth's right tackle Dennis Cal- two-a d m i s s I o n double- lou "- v °t -^w-viiy. Wayne Bell of Baylmvn went I-angenkamp all ~-ive outstanding performances in the three-day a'- fair. Ludenia.-i scored wins- in both Ihe Girl's 11 and under and the H and under brackets. Kroll won the Boy's 1! and under title, while Walker was beaten after he reached the finals. : In the dn-,:b!es cc-muetition. Wai- _ i kcr teamed with Langenkamp in BOST ON" fAPi — Boston's Ikei dhe W and under division and Drlo< ' l; ™me off the disabled list! mad« it to the semi-finals before nnd hpp " y1 Robin Roberts of Bal-j hnsring out. . " more M Saturday in a pitching j j du(l1 "' "old pro" right banders.! Inactive since July 2 due to a! knee in.iury. Delock throttled the! Orioles on a five-hitter, the third! consecutive shutout by the Red I-ake Sox staff. js «een in SPORTS ILLUSTRATED pedwin .;U Kats Win 2, Lose 1 HOUSTON (Spl — The Jackson K=*ts were forced to play three cames Saturday and won t\vn of them. " r> ;e Ka's 1 nr»ene<l with a 2-0 vic- tnn- o\-er t^n Pep^'-C*'"!'* t rt - ir n 'rom San Art^nio. RMa MauMin \\.ic tj-p \v : np>re pitcher and nl c o u:i^ ti-e in r i; rr . hitter as she ni'-kr-o' un nvo hits. Tn 'he sernnd eontest the Kats l,wt In t'-p TI,vli;tP.n Ijt P"cpt'es EDDYS SHOES Your Family Shoe Slore 109 NORTH PARKING * --CE PHONE CY 7-4291 DOWN.OWN LAKE JACKSON nff i|,e ' two I l1 n ; nr-c >'<: vilh "1st c;tinTH was fnr the I^Ve the Riverside Golf , „ n,>! i-p the RIVKRSIDK CC iSpi - The .\milh likik over the Riverside l'«intr>- nub golf i-uurse Thui.s- day and Friday MS lliey t-oni|ieted in a Ihicedivisiunal tuiiinaincni. In Ihe I'ce-Wec division, 11 und miller, Mark McHiiniott i,«>k lop hiiimrs mid Sii.\-e lle.irne «as riiniii-i up. In the Junior class for Una 12, B and II \ears uhl, Arthur Kussell look tin- tup .spol ami David •Mcitiirnclt finished i-cc.inil. Fled Kicn/ke won the Seninr lillr Mloweil by K Detroit had not scored against OV( ' r center for fi\'e yaixts for the the Yanks since the sixth miiing • s ° tllll '- <i only 'IT) in the second of the 22-iiming X ame at Detroit Period. J.ini- l'-l but lh,.>- wasi.^t no time Thc following South pla>ci-s this cliiiidy MflerniKin. C'olavito hit fr " ni !ii< S-'i n » •"', which includes lhe first of two three-run homers Braz|1 riH County and Ihe South- off Kalph Terry in lhe firsl in- •''"*' stH 'l'"" n ' the Slate, turned ning Hcfler a single by Don Hud- '" ""'sla-nding performances, dm -.ml an error by'Phil L, !u . C'alU.way. B.-1I, Walker, Jake — David of Nederland. Tom Clime iof Houston's Uimar, Romiie Ixirei- ; ry of Pi. Arthur, and Leslie I">er- : rick of Ili'iislnn's Milby. SI 1 . LOUS l.M'l — AH Mahaf- 1 Kftm ' 1 ' 'he game the CoaclunK.the defendinc d>y. hacked by a 19-hit a ii«ek. ! Associl " io " askl ' <i llu " 17 . : >M per- gained his IKih victory ami ended sons in """fiance to stand for came nf Ihe day be^ l^e Tfouston tein-irt tonk over the \i-nv .iivt fill^'vvt but "'as- and Rita Mauldin lead'n; liittei-s for he K>t«. "'"'"is f.-ir. Mauldin has pitched I". ; nniiKf \vithiiut a^ovv'inc a nm. T*'e Kats -neet the winner of 'he Kt Wnrtli-H-">"stt'n P'ues earn? iiv at in- "Jl :i m. TTe Blues are •hamnion*:. Ihe r'hiladelphiH Phillies' losing slicak HI eiyhl names Saturday by luiiulinK the St. Louis Canli- nals Iheir first l<*s In live piunes une iniiuile of sileiuv in respect tor West C'oliiinbia's assistant ciKich. Miirvin CJrav, who died Kri.iay. licit. 'Hie .Senior DIMMUII Is for lads 1.V1V. In oilier lincisilk- news, llu Pre.Mdciii's Oip Tournament leached Ibe final nuincl. ilr Dorian ami Kd lianvil will Hurt for the championship. Mah.iffcy, a 10 lime loser, ecus!- liil lo a .seven hitler afler his McHur- " lall ' s sliikwl him lo un SO lead by the fourth jmiinj;. He struck edit niiif and diiln'l walk ainone. du, The Phils' hit total a^ainsl five has I" 1 'hers was their highest since „.„, IK,!). Tuny lion/ale/ clubU^t an oppo- Nats-Indians ,bile<ield Ihree-run homer, his halt U'.\SIII.\i;i'O\ (,\P) — \\a ington snapped a se\'cn-g;une 1 ing sneak Samriiay night boat- f nn , u ,| ing Cleveland 9-2 U'liind Claude neiuhtx'i Osleen's fi\e-lut jiilching. Osleen relireii lii ctuisecutive \ WILD. WILD PITCH SALT t.AKF CITY (API - B h:\ll practice at a I.it'1 park was called because of darkness Iviif sundown l-ad nothinir to il<> with it. 'IVelve >ear-f>M C h i i s Poulos \\as u.inning up for I.itilc Li^a'^ue tr\u',u.s and a ht::h thrcnv hit wires near an overhead power trans- •ausins a hlackout in the U Gators Win 3 HI(OWN\V\X)[) ers over one siretch after piv- Lllth, to <-ap a live-run splurge in! ins up a nm in the lirst on Tito lhe second Inning against l.arry Krancona's double and llene , Jill ' kso « 1 - Creen's single, and anrxhor in Ihc Ihe Cardinal riuhl - handcr, 'mini uSp> — Theu-lms«l in that inning, has lost lOihome Jackson (ialors reniaintsi in of l!l decisions. 1'iu-e ior lhe luini.miciil ' airl Kli»nl hit a (wii-rtm IIUHUM-, chaiiipionship l)c.|ii K hi'lct here by ; his ll'lh in llu> fourth inning for winning ilu'c-e of Iheir lour gimics (he C'.inls. Siilunlny. They downed Hoi KIT :' Stan Musial singled in liie si.\th 1, .Midland 30, lost lo Corpus: tor Ins (usl liit in II limes up Oiristt 6-2, »ud btat Big SjmiHiSJHe had l-for-4 and his '""• leiidum averujja dipped to Ih or on Willie Tasby's fuunh nm. 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