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By rxwros c Aim n. mjt YORK (INS) Lawson (Cannonball) Lift! and Sam 11 (The Slammer) Snead will give the golf filberts of the British Isles a treat with their slugging in the British open. startlncr Monday. , m Our two representatives In the tussle for that championship at hallowed St Andrews, Scotland, are among the longest hitters this side of the ocean. When they step up to the tee and let go on the longer holes, the spectators will be witnessing a display of power at its fullest. If LituVor Snead, or both, could manage somehow to run a shot - making tempera - ture and turn in a couple of their hotter rounds, they would odd to the thrill of it all and at the same time eliminate some of the international questioning that our winter golfing tours have created. Our Tom Thumb i'ourses. Our golfing brethren across the ocean want to know what kind of Tom Thumb courses we use when rounds in the low 60s pop out to confront beholders with new records that look like something the now forgotten Mr. Montague of Hollywood might have concocted. They insist that our golfers can't be as good as the winter scores show and they are partly right. Some of our courses are far from a championship test These are the flat, short, hard - baked ones designed for a fat business man's Saturday afternoon of pleasant, leisurely relaxation. Itacquet Tfpurititj ,Tennlsers Of Capital City Go On Firing Line Sunday In Quest Of Local Titles. Capital City tennisers were prepared today to go on the firing line Sunday in the, opening rounds of the annual city net tournament. The tourney will close July 7, when champions have been decided in the women and men's singles and doubles, mixed doubles and the boy's junior and doubles divisions. Four netsters who figured in the 1945 finals are entered in the current meet. Sig North is the defending singles champion and Billy Barrett will defend his junior crown. Win Elmen paired with North to win the 1945 men's doubles and Kathryn Kellison teamed with Emily Schossberger for the women's doubles title. Miss Schossberger, also 1945 women's singles champ, will be out of Lincoln during the tournament, so one new singles champ will be assured. Newcomer From South. North is favored on strength of his past record to retain his crown, but newcomer Sam Nutty is expected to provide ample opposition. Nutty, a native of Sulphur Springs, Va., before moving Into Lincoln to work for an auto firm, is rated as the dark horse 4f the meet. Harold Rundle, former state champ, and Bob Hulbert are the other seeded entries. Vern Hungate, Ralph Reeder and Voris Peden compose the tournament directors committee. The matches will be played on the Lincoln Tennis club courts at 38th and South street The entries: TtVMMnt entrants. Men's singlesJoe Bun ton. Buck Mills, Sack Cody. Ken Brown. Vern Hungate, Barry Jackman, Bill Kramer, John Stone, Bam Nutty, Harold Rundle, Hubert Kenny, Win Slmen, Sis North, Voria Peden. Ralph Reeder, Roger Annawalt, Don Annawalt, Robert Htnd, Bill RichardKon, Hat Moyer, Hon Hulbert. Billy Barrett, BiU Malone, Harris Oravea, Jim Hem worth. Women's single Kathryn Kellison. Bob by Makepeace, Donna Austin, Lelia Bailey, Jtuth Sensing. Men's doubles Mills and Brown, Kramer and Stone, Nutty and Rundle, Hal pin and Slmen, Stanton and Kenny. D. Annawalt and Hind, Rog Annawalt and Richardson, Moyer and Hemsworth. North and Hulbert. Hungate and Barrett, Malone and Jarkman, Orovea and James. Mixed doubles Makepeace and Elmen, Reusing and Nutty. Junior singles Billy Barrett. tMck Means. Junior doublesMeans and Dan Davis. Georgia Gal, Also Patty, In Fciiune Final DES MOINES ( AP) Louise Suggs, the little 115 - pounder from Georgia, and Patty Berg, Minneapolis chubby redhead, tournament co - medalists, were matched Saturday in a 36 - hoIe battle for the women's western open golf championship. Missing from the title scene for the first time in three years was Babe Didrikson Zaharias, whose quest for a third straight championship was stymied by 22 - year - old Miss Suggs in Friday's semifinals. The Lithia Springs, Ga., girl, amonw whose titles is tne north - south trophy, upset Mrs. Zaharias 1 up in a thriller before a gallery f 2,000 that virtually ignored Patty's work as she eliminated Dorothy Kirby, Atlanta, Ga., in another 1 up sizzler. Oklahoma Golfer In Line Win Title PRINCETON, N. J. (INS) Chuck Lind, ex - army radio operator now attending the University of Denver, and Charley Coe, the Jtsig mx champion from the Uni versity of Oklahoma, were the lavontes today as 4f survivors went into the climactic 36 - hole fi nale of the national intercollegiate golf tournament. Lind, thanks to brilliant iron shots and a par - 72 Friday added to a first - round sub - par - 71. had a one - stroke lead over Coe. The lat ter, who played two par rounds for a 144 total, was three strokes in front of Dave Barclay of the University of Michigan. Two strokes farther back at 149 were Jacques Houndry, Princeton freshman, and George Hamer of the University of Georgia. Stanford university captured the team title, beating Michigan by five strokes. Onto State, 1945 champion, was third, followed by Pnneeion and Louisiana Mate. SNEAD. LITTLE Tit Y FOIl OPE IV CIt OWN - V SAM SNEAD, LAWSON LITTLE, AMERICA LEAGUE. W L Pet. GB BOSTON 48 IS NEW YORK 42 26 DETROIT 34 30 WASHINGTON 32 31 ST. LOUIS 31 34 CLEVELAND 29 37 CHICAGO 2$ 37 PHILADELPHIA II 4t .727 .811 7 .531 13 .504 141 .477 ISVa .431 It .403 21 Ml 29 NATIONAL LEAGUE. W L Pet. GB BROOKLYN 41 23 Ml ST. LOUIS ST II .587 SV4 CHICAGO S3 27 .550 BOSTON 31 34 .477 10 V CINCINNATI 28 31 .475 10 V PHILADELPHIA 27 31 A6 11 NEW YORK 21 38 .408 IS PITTSBURGH 24 27 .393 1SV Speed tj On Mace MAst Harold Butis Came Off Auto Hearse To Take Whirl At Driving Roaring Racer. You'd hardly expect to find a hearse chauffeur behind theH wheel of a roaring race car, but actually there is such a combination. The fellow is young, handsome Harold "Speedy" Butts of Cedar Rapids, la., a mortician by trade and, apparently, a budding hell - driver of the track. And if that isn't odd enough in itself for a driver of race cars, "Speedy also comes from a fam ily of trotting horse patrons and trotting horsemen for years have been bitter enemies of dirt track auto racing. His First Season. "Speedy" hasn't been around big cars long, but if his first races mean anything, he will be around a lot longer and probably will be pushing the present stars before the season ends. He has driven in but two race meets. In one, he finished third in one race and ran away from the field in another, only to break a connecting rod and drop out. In the other meet he finished second in one event and third in another. The daring he showed in these two meets, however, won the praise of the veterans with whom he competed. He'll make another bid for gold and glory, his third, at the Nebraska state fair grounds here July 4. American Association. St. Paul, T; Xansas City. 0. Minneapolis, a; Milwaukee, S. Indianapolis, 4 - 4: Columbus, 6 - 4. Toledo, 6; Louisville. 9. "Ali?9 Races FEW AY RESULTS, t y ska Associate Press. FIRST RACK: nve fur longs. S year elds; end up. Time: 1:00. i K - Lady Gloria 99.40 4.0 1 M( Alibi - Ann 940 9.2 Kins Bee 9 .M I Also ran: Atnaser. Bad Brown, MMnlnhti !Lad. lnacota, Dick Sweeper, Charles Udy, Real Proud. Luckingo. f SECOND RACE : fix furlongs, maids .4 year otds and up. Time 11. F - Miss Jamaica ....... .12.40 9.40 4 IF Reach Piper 12.40 9.40 4 i Will Pay 9 Also ran: Corporal Mike. Rtarmar. BBe K. Wabash Limited. Whiagris. U B.'Sl Pride. Caveat, Captain Vito. stars no. , i Daily double on Lady Uloria (field) and; Miss Jamaica (field) paid 99.30. THIRD RACE: Stfc (urloags, 9 year olds snd up. Time 1:04. S - Ttme O 44.00 4.40 4.61 S - Brown Signal 4.0 4.40 4 Denver Red 9 80) Also ran: Trenena C, Wason, Pat K, Sky Toy, mefla Threat, Lursoie, Old Steve, I Uxtra Mileage. X - tl. W. Ogie, er, entry. ' FOURTH RACKS: 9 furlongs, maiden s year olds foaled la Nebraska Time 1:04.: Blink's Boy 9.90 9 40 3 4 Y Smoky ill 3 40 2 4 Silver Case 4.B4 Also ran: Ony Magic. Hay, Smokvi Pete Y, Dusky Morn. Sweet Sun, Load Jkye, No snow. y - w. m. mu&Ds entry. FIFTH RACE: 4 furlongs, 3 - year - olds and u. Tims 1:14 44. Hit! fll!y 9.40 4 40 149 The Puma 3 90 3 an Pandtsco 3.80 Also ran: Hermits, Wild One, Quick Over, Lakeview Mum, 1 hart win, Court Law, Merry Bid. SIXTH RACK: One mile and 70 yards, 4 - year - oids and up. Time 1:44.. Colleen Sue 17 JO 11.40 3 90 Morocco Betty ., 4.30 3.40 Clansmstd 3 44 Also ran: Jeanco, Create, Bra sen Boh Rerrygator. ... SEVKNTH RACK: S furkmgs, 9 - year olds and up. Tuna 1:01. Cherry Boy 4 - 40 3 3 84 xMadam High .... 3.00 3 44 xLittle Snorky .... 3.09 xnead heat for second. Also ran: Ml as Letitia. Oklahoma Ted. 'Helperun, Ates, Money's Charge. Helen ; Agnes, Wise Baany, Doe Thorpe, Tim I Listener. 1 EIGHTH RACK: One mite and TO yards, 3 - year - olds and up. Time 1:44. Valdma Sua ...... f.40 3 40 3.40 Misty Mim 3.60 3 40 ttoot To Foot .... JH I Also ran; Gold Circle. Mary Martina. iw Munivnm, rBB S.1C, fa irncaia in, Ltadiemh. The gents across tht ocean seem to have figured this out and will be watching Little and Snead with solemn doubt snd, in effect, will be saying: "You're so hot, there's St. Andrews let'i see you take it apart Girt? 9Em the Answer. The reply to that should be a resounding 68 or thereabouts from one of our guys, except that old St. Andrews is ornery on its own account long and rugged and tricky and is made the more hazardous by the winds which come in off the sea. Not only the course itself, but these treacherous winds will offer a challenge to the superior driving of Little and Snead, but won't keep them from unlimbering here and there with their usual power. How much of a show they will be able to put on will depend to Major League Box Scores i m m m .a m a an i mm m t e m,m m mi n .hi.i , mm AMERICAN LEAGUE. AT BOSTON. Wssh Orsre rf ah h a s Sostiwi ah k a a 9 3 0 0 Ctiib'son rf 4 3 3 0 4 9 3 0 Psky s 4 t t 9 4 3 3 0 Wtlirame If 3 19 9 4 0 10 ! MrBrtde If 0 0 9 0 4 3 3 3 rnrr 2b a 3 iwii If Spence rf Vernon t a Priddy 3h Travis ss Torres se Nitfh ork 3S (luerra a Wolff p Rvsr - ough f Pierem p Kvana 9 0 3 3 York lb 4 3 9 0 1 0 0 0 DiMsfttlo cf 4 9 3 0 4 10 9 Wtsios 3b S00I 4 3 3 0 W sner a 9 0 9 0 3 t 0 I Hams a s t a a uvea 110 1 1 0 0 0i Totals - IT 11 94 13 Total 94 13 3T 13 Evan batted for Plerettl in ninth. Wsshtngtoa ............ no no OtO 1 Boston 003 034 90s 13 Runs; Spence, Culberson, Pesky 3, W. 'i"ma K1" J. wr 3 - wnr Harris. Error: Vernon, Torres, Wagner. Runs hat ted tn: Wpews, Doerr 3. Pesky, York 3, Dl - Maggio 3. Williams 3 Two base htt: Pud. dy Pesky. Doerr. Three base bit: Dt Mag. gio. Home run: "pence, Willisme, York. Stolen base: DiMaggto. Sacrifice: Culberson.. Harris. Double play: Ptrddy to Travis to Vernon, Torres to Prtddy to Vernon, Pesky to to Doerr to York. Left on base: Waahlnton 9. Boston 9. Baas on halls: Off Wolff 9. Scarborough 9, Plerettl 1. Mtmrld out: By Wtoff 1, Hsrrts 9. Hits: Off WO'ffl T in 9 innings, Scarborough 9 in 3 - 3, Pie - ' retti 3 in 3 1 - 3. Hit by pitcher: By Wolff (DIMagalo). Losing Pitcher: Wolff. Dm. ires: Summers, Jones and Berry. Time: 1 10. Atteodaoc 17,49 paid. 1 AT CHICAGO Cleveland ik k il Cnicaga Case II 4 3 3 01 Tucker ef Conway 3h 9 11 0 Appling ss Fleming lb 4 14 1' Wright rf Edwards rf 3 1 0 0 Trosky lb M'ek'w s ef 3 3 1 0 Ptatt If Seer'y cf - rf 3 1 0 O K ll'wsv 3b B'drafl as 5 0 0 li Wells 3b Ross 3b 4 10 liTresh Heasn 4 0 9 0' Jordan Qrooiek 4 2 ft liHamner b ft o a 4 0 4 0 4 13 5 4 10 0 4 1 14 0 4 3 3 4 1 0 3j 4 1 0 01 3 0 4 10 0 0 S 1 0 3 10 0 3 Havnea p Mosea 1 0 0 0) Totals 34 4 27 154 Totala 94 11 37 4 Jordan hatted for Tresh in ninth. Moses batted for Hay ties ia aiaih. Cleveland ...............101 040 000 T Chicago 300 000 0OO1 Runs: Case S. Conway, Fleming 9, Ed Wards, Oromek, Appling, Wrtght. Krror: Boudreatt. Wells. Appling. Runs batted In: IKeming 3. Kdwards, Seerey, Ross, Wright 3. Two base hit: Ross. Edwards, Fleming, Trosky. Home run: Wright. Sac rifice: Case. Double play: Trash to Hollo ws y to Tresh: Kniloway to Appling toi Trosky. Left on base: Cleveland 9; Chi cago 4. Base on balls: Off oromek 1: Hamner 3: Haynes 1. Struck out: Bv Oromek 9; Hamner 3: Haynes 3. Hits Off Hamner T in 4 innings; Haynes 4 In 9. Hit by pitcher: By Hamner (Heerey) Losing pitcher: Hamner. Umpires: Pas asrelia, Weafer and Rue, Time: 3.04. At tendanes: 34,390. AT ST. LOUIS ah h o a! St. Louie 4 13 4 Stevens lb 0 0 0 1 Bersrdiao 3b 4 110 Stephens ss 3 3 3 0 Health If 3 0 9 l'Laabs rf Detroit Lake ss Webb ss Outlaw 3b Evers ef Oreenh g lb MtilUn rf h b o 4 0 4 1 4 9 0 9 4 3 3 1 9 14 4 4 13 0 4 3 3 9 10 4 0 4 0 0 liJuriatch ef Cullenbtne If 4 10 0 Schuits a Vioodw'n 2b 113 3 Helf e 0 0 19 Moore 1 0 0 0 Christ man 3b 4 I 9 3 SOT 0 Oalehouae p 9113 10 0 0! 3 0 0 3 Rwift e Wakefield Trout p Caster p Benton p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of Totals 33 9 34 13t ToUte 34 13 37 9 Moore batted for Bloodworth in math; Wakefield batted for Swift is ninth. Detroit eno 000 00 0 St. Loula ................000 010 OAs 4 Runs: Stevens, Berardino, Stephens, Heath, Laabs, Judnich. Helf, Chrtstmsn. Oalehouse. Krror: Berardino. Lake. Runs batted In: Berardino 4, Heath, Laabs 3, ('.alehouse, Stephens. Two baas hit: Hesthi Three base hit: Berardino. Home run Laabs. Stolen base: Lake, Outlaw. Sacrifice: Gatehouse, Schults. Doubts play: Galehouse to Stephens to Stevens: Lake to Bloodworth to Oreenberg. Left on base: Detroit 8, St. Louis 7. Base on balls: Trout 3, Oalehouae 2, Caster 3. Struck out: By Trout 4. Oslehouse 7. Hits: Off Trout 9 in 7 1 - 3 innings; Caster 1 in 1 - 3; Benton 3 in 1 - 3. Wild pitch: Galehouse., Losing pitcher: Trout. Umpires: Hubbard and Paparella. Time: 9:10. Attendance 14,033. . AT NEW YORK. Phila. ah h e a New York tbhot efry If 4 1 S 4 Riiiuto" "as 4 i i S Hall ss 3 10 3iHenrich rf 3 110 M'Quinn lh 3 1 13 0 Keller If 4 14 0 Chapman cf 4 1 0 OiDtMaggio ef 3 0 3 0 Rosar e 4 0 3 11 Johnson 3b 3 3 3 1 Majeskt 3b 4 0 1 3Lindell lb 4 3 4 1 uder 2b 4 3 4 4Oordon 3b 9 14 1 Stslnbeck rf 4 1 1 0 Robinson 0 3 0 4 1 Mardnti p 3 0 0 1 1 Be vena p 3 0 11 Savage p S 9 9 0 - TotaM 39 9 3T Totala 39 T 34 IS Philadelphia 000 001 0001 New York ...000 010 OJX4 Rune: Derby, Renrieh. Keller. DlMag - glo, (lord on. Krror: Undell. Runs batted In: Rlssuto, Keller 3, Lindell. Two base hits: Rissuto, Halt. Home run: Keller. Sacrifice: Hall, Qordon. Double play: Hall to Sudr to McQulna 3. Left on base: Philadelphia T. New York T. Base on balls: off Bevsna 1, Marchildon 4. Struck out by Bevins 0. Marchildon 3. Savage 1. Hits off Marchildon 9 in T 13 innings: lavage 0 In 33 Innings. Hit by pitcher: by Marchildon (RoblnsonV Balk: March - itdon. Losing pltchsr: Marchildon. Umpires: Bover. Grieve and Rommel. Tim 3:00. Attendance 29.077 (paid). Junior Title Winners In AAU Circle SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (INS) The Los Angeles Athletic club holds the team title in the national A. A. U. junior track and field championships held at the Alamo stadium in San Antonio, The Californians scored more than double the points of their nearest competitor, Baylor university, 70 H to 30 Vi, Friday night before 7,500 fans. Randolph Field, Texas, was third with 28 and the Slmnahan Catholic club of Philadelpnia was fourth with 26. individual junior championships were won by the following: Junior Champions. 900 meters Bill Curran. Bmyonne, N. 3. 400 - meter hurdles Charles Blade, Jersey City, N. 4. 1.500 metersBill Mack, Drake university, Des Moines, la. 100 meters Wilmar Martinson, Baylor university. Waco, Tex. 110 - meter high hurdles Ralph Tata, Oklahoma A, ds M. 400 - meter run David Bole, Louisiana Southern university. 14 - pound shot Wayne Prattler, Kansas State college. Discus throw Walter Flood, Olymple club, San Francisco. Javelin throw Garland Adair, Austin, Tea. Broad Jump Bert Lindsay, High Point, M. C. 200 - meter hurdles John Rowland, Southern Methodist university. 300 - meteifr Liod La beach, Wisconsin university. 14 - pound hammer throw Ralph Vauglln, Utah State college. NATIONAL LEAGUE. AT PHILADELPHIA New York ab h aiphniie b n a a Bisttner 2b 4 4 0 3 Wyroetek ef 3 l 40 Mar it ef rf 4 4 3 0 Nnmnt til w wtt mm Miss lb Lombard! 0 I a wing Rucker ef Oordon If Grsnsm rf Cooper e Rigney 9b Young Wltek 9b Kennedy p Rosen Trtnkle f p 3 0 13 Gilbert rf 9 110 9 3 0 1 9 19 3 4 3 3 9 a 1 13 3 3 14 9 19 0 1 9 9 0 9 4 9 0 0 10 0 9 19 9 9 1 13 0 Enrtts ft 9 13 IjTsbor 3b 0 4 0 0 Hemfnlrk a 9 0 0 0 Dinges lb 9 3 1 1Vertan 3b 3 9 3 0 - Msuney p 1 0 3 0 Ripple p Sit 9 Srhang p 1 0 0 0 Judd 1 9 0 3 Karl p i i i if 1 0 9 0: 19 0 1 19 0 0 Totals 94 10 30 14 Totals 34 10 30 14 - Rosea batted for Kennedy Ml 4th; T .owing rsn for Lombard! la 0th; Young bat ted for Rigney in 4th. Judd batted fur Schans in 7tn. Two out when winning run scored. New York ......,. 000 109 100 S Philadelphia ooo aoo 020 T Bona: Btattner, Marshall, Miss, Law. lng. Qordon, Koala. Tabor, Semintek " S, Dtnges. Verben. i Errors: Scnans 4. Nim. patted In: Gordon . L isrored on Schana' error). Verban. Wvro - ' 3, Btattner scored on wild pitch by Schana. Bemmiek 4. Two baju iia - M.r. bat). Home run: Semiaieh a s.nn..... Verben, Kerr. Double play: Verban to Oingea: Dlnaea to HnuiM. v. - k. Newsorae. Verban ta Newsome to Dinges, Kerr to Miss. Left cm huu - Nm v,..w i Philadelphia 4. Base on haiia - Um.. " grhans 1, Kennedy 3, Ripple 1, Trlnkie li IKraus 1, Karl 1. struck out bv K.nnv 1. Trinkte J Mauney 1, Schans 1, Krausa t. Hits Off litURM la a 49 .... ElPPle 9 m 9 pitched to one batter): hana 1 in 1 13; Karl 1 In 3: Kennedy f7'3. Wild pitch: Schans. Winning pitcher: Karl. Losing pitcher: Kraus. j AT BROOKLYN Boston ab h a a! Brooklyn ah b a a Culler as 9 3 1 3 Stanky 3b 3 0 4 3 Herman lb 3 19 0 Iawagetto 3b 3 3 4 3 Holmes rf 4 13 1; Reiser If 4 0 3 1 Litwhiler If 4 110 Wslker rf 4 3 19 MrCnr mk M 1 4 0 0 Stevens lb 9 9 T 1 Mssi e 3 0 9 0 Schults lb 14 9 9 Padgett 9 9 10; Whitman cf 4 9 4 0 ail nwatr ef 4 0 10 fteeee ss lilt Fernandas ab 3 4 0 3 Edweros 1 0 3 Ryan 3b 3 14 0 Lotnbardl p S 9 9 S Bam p l o o 3 White p 9 0 0 0 Hopp 1 0 0 Oj Total 90994 9 Total 17 9 3T IS Hopp batted for White la ninth. Boston 001 000 0001 Brooklyn 100 000 03xS Runs: Rn, Lavs get to 1, Reiser. Krror: Stanky, Lavagetto. Runs batted In: Wslker I. Sain, Schults. Two bass hit: Wsiksr. Litwhiler. Three base hit: Ryan. Sacrifice: Bln ftV Awards, Padgett. XMmbia piac Holmes to Ryn. Left on base: Boston 19, Brooklyn 4. Bass on balls: Off gain ft, Lombard! T. Struck out: By Sain 9. Lombard! 3. Hits: Off Sain 4 In T innings (none out in eighth), White 9 In 1. Paused ball: Masl Padgett. Losing pitcher: Sain. Lmplres: Boggess, Conlan and Barr. Tuna 3.23. Attsadance: 12,080. AT PITTSBURGH fst. Louts ab b at Pittsburgh ab slltt 3 1 1 4 1 Bcho'lenstSb 9 3 3 4'Hndley3b Adams cf 4 13 O'V'Robaysif MusisJ lb 9 3 9 0 Elliott rf Slaughter rf 4 3 3 0 Kinercf Kurowskl 3b 4 1 1 3 Oust Ins 3b tpusak If 4 13 O'Kletcher lb piarton ss 4 0 1 HCoxss IClutts 4 3 T 3: Lopes Pullet p SIS 0 Roe p 4 3 3 Oi 4 3 9 0 9 13 0; 4 0 13 4 0 11 0 3 9 9 91 4 3 4 0 3 0 0 0 9 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 9 0 0 4 uinwtww p Brown Alboela p Totala 13 27 13 Totals 33 9 37 13 Brown batted for Gerbeauser In seventh. S. Loula ooo ona OOO 6 Pittsburgh 000 000 0101 Runs: Schoendienst, Muslal, Slaughter, Kurowskl, Marlon, Van Robaya. Knwrt Handley. Pol let. Runs batted in: Musial. (Kurowskl, Dusak. Klutts, Pollet. Threa base hit: Van Robays. Sacrifice: Adama. Double play; Kurowskl to Muslal, Kurowskl to Scnosndisnst ta Musial. Left on base: St. Louis 9. Pittsburgh T. Struck out: By Roe 3. Pollet 9, Albosta 1. Base ion balls: Off Pollet 3, Oerheauser 1. Hits: 'Off Roe 9 in 4 3 - 3 innings. Oerheauser S in 1 1 - 3. Albosta 3 ia 3. Losing pitcher: Roe Umpires: Stewart. Dunn and Maaar - kurth. Tim 3:10. Attendance 30,475. AT CWCINNATL cnieago main Cinc'nn'H Hack 3b 9 10 3 Clay cf Stringer 3b 4 0 4 2 Prey 3b Lowrey cf 3 9 9 3 Hat ton 3b C'v'rr'tta rf 4 9 4 0'Libke rf Secory df 3 11 0' Usher rf Waitkus lb 4 19 0 Mueller M'C'il gh a 4 3 T OiHaas lb Sturgeon aa 4 0 13. Luaon df b b n 4 3 3 9 4 13 1 9 3 3 1 3 13 0 10 9 9 a i s i 3 1 13 1 4 0 4 9 3 9 0 4 119 1 4 3 0 3 110 0 Borowy p 3 0 0 Corbitt as Wyae p 119 3i Miller ee iV'n'Mear p Adama Totals ST IS 30 IS ToUhl 34 4 27 lOj None out when winning run scored. Adama batted for Corbitt in seventh. Chicago ....010 101 000 0 S Cincinnati 000 010 3U0 1 4 Runs: Hack, Seeory, Waitkus, Clay, Trey, Hatton, Miller. Krror: Borowy, Corbitt. Runs batted in: Cavarretta, Seeory, McCullough. Hatton. Libke, Haas. Miller. Two base hit: Waitkus, McCullough, Mueller, Clay, Home run: Saoory, Miller. Stolen base: Haas. Sacrifice: Lowrey, Haas. Double play Lowe ry to Sturgeon; Lowrey to McCullough: Frey, Miller to Haas. Left on bane: Chicago 4. Cincinnati 19, Base oa bails: Off Borowy 4, Wysel, Van - aler Meer 3. Struck out: By Borowy 4, 'Wyae 1, Vender Meer 3. Hits: Off Borowy 9 In 9 innings: Wyss 4 in 9. Losing pitcher: Wyse. Umpires: Plnslll. Ballaa - fsnt and BarUck. Time: 1:94. Attendance! S43J44. Promoter Krleger Turns To Boxing Although previous announcement was not made, Promoter Adam Krieger's rassle shows at the fairgrounds arena had their official climax for the season last Wednesday night, The fans have shown their appreciation of my efforts to please by turning out generously during the past season," Krieger said today. "We had a fine turnout last week in compliment to John Pesek and I've decided to call it quits for the summer. "That decision applies to wrestling only, as I hope to bring in some boxers during August and put on one or two glove shows." Fights Last Night AT NEW YORK Bob Montgomery, 134 , Philadelphia, knocked out Allte Stols, 133 V, Newark. N. In thirteenth round. AT STAMFORD. Conn K. O. Morgan, 134, Detroit, declsioned Irish Babe Kelly, 134, Riverside, six rounds. AT SAN DIBGO, Calif Rusty Payne, 193, San Oiago, stopped Francis Ogg, 174, Sacramento, in fourth round. AT YOUNGSTOWN, O. Mike Birsko - rich, 144 V Ntles, O., declsioned Charley Zivtc. 160, Pittsburgh, eight rounds. AT SAN FRANCISCO Al Barbour, 149, San Francisco, knocked out Jimmy Sirn - mona, 10. Oakland, Calif., in first round. AT PORTLAND, Ore Joe Kshut, 193, Wood burn, Ore., knocked out Tiger Jack Hughea, 143, Los Angeles, In third round. AT KANSAS CITY Bert LvtelL Oak - land, Calif., declsioned Hey Miller, Kansas City, 10 rounds. great extent on how wet! they play. They could get knocked out before getting fairly started. They must qualify to be among the hundred starters from a field of 263. They then must be among the low 40 after the first 30 holes of the tournament proper to stay in for the final 36. f Tiftf For Maw Medal. Little, for instance, tied for the low medal to be among the starting 100 in 1939, then failed to qualify for the final 36. In 1935, he finished sixth in the event. Slammin' Sam slammed his way to an inglorious tenth place finish in 1937. Just before they left for the event, Little commented that he was sharp and on his game. Snead was fussing with his putter and complaining of miseries on the greens. Beginning Monday, he will either get well quickly or get out. Victim Peatli lifiM MiOWEUSS UFE SSLFFED OLT SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. A bolt of lightning in an electrical storm here late Friday afternoon struck and killed Johnny Howell, 30, former University of Nebraska football star. K o well lived only a few seconds after he was struck in the head by the bolt as he returned to the farm home, of Charles Bar - bour near S c o ttsbluff, folio w 1 n g a day of irrigating In the fields. An All - Big JOHNNY HOWELL Six quarterback in 1937, Howell had been helping with work on the Barbour farm since late in February He went on terminal leave from the navy in December, after attaining the rank of full lieutenant. SCORED ON GOPHERS. Always noted for his excellent punting and sturdy defensive play, Howell scored the first touchdown on a two - yard plunge in the 14 - 9 Nebraska upset of Minnesota in 1937. He Smuckctl Of Fiasco Fight Writer Turns Down Thumbs On Bout Pitting Montgomery vs. A. Stolz. BY DAVIS J. WALSH. NEW YORK (INS) A lightweight champion who has seen better days and a challenger who seems never to have been a good one were in there busily frittering away an evening at the Garden Friday night, meanwhile proving nothing that wasn't already known. In fact, you might say the following result was in doubt up to the very first moment.: Bob Montgomery, the good man gone wrong, finally bludgeoned Allie Stolz, the man who has never been right, downward and more or less outward for the full count in 2:54 of the 13th round. The fact that the champion needed 13 roundsand six knock downs to bring about the desired effect was generally taken as a tribute to Stolz's courage. If so, it was equally an indictment of Montgomery's punch, or what may be left of it. Strange Reaction The knockdowns preceding the finale came on the basis of one each in the second, fifth, and 12th rounds, and two in the 11th, with Stolz reacting in a manner most strange. In the second, he crouched on his haunches and head - slipped an imaginary punch, as though convinced Montgomery planned to hit him while down. In the fifth, he rolled over on his back, complete with arm - spread and was up suddenly at six, surprisingly agile. In the eleventh and twelfth, he thrice seemed out for the duration, but recuperated so swiftly as to suggest that he'd been hit with some thing ponderous and slow like a stuffed club maybe with horse - feathers. Both Out and In. That, anyhow, might be one explanation for a guy who alternately acted "out" and reacted in." With 10,872 paying gross of $61,994, the management explanation as to what, in the first place, instigated this sterling encounter is neither needful nor desirable at this time. But if you must know, Mike was moved to make use of an old Afghanistan proverb, which saysi when in doubt, put on a prize fight. Storm Halts Friday In State Golf OMAHA (AP) Heavy rains Friday afternoon caused interruption of the Nebraska mea's arr teur golf tournament. When their matches were interrupted at the 20th and 21st holes, semi - finalists Dick Knight and Bob Fraser, the latter defending champion, were comfortably ahead. Knight led Walt Smola, 7 - up, and Fraser was 3 - up over Dick Irwin. All are Omahans. The matches were being finished Saturday morning. Big League Leaders Hard To Overtake NEW YORK (INS) The New - York Yankees and St. Louis Cardi nals, p re - sea son favorites, face a disheartening task today in their desperate pursuit of the Boston Red Sox and Brooklyn Dodgers in the major league pennant races. Both second - place teams are playing good enough ball to win in an ordinary year, but they Just can't gain any ground on the leaders. With the season near the half - way point, the Red Sox hold a tremendous seven - game lead over the Yanks, while Brooklyn leads the Cards by a 31, games. JLmum was a younger brother of Edward E. "Blue" Howell, star Cornhusker fullback of the late 1920s. Charles Barbour, owner of the farm where Howell was killed, is an uncle of Howell's wile, Jane, the daughter of Neai Barbour, prominent Scottsbiuff county farmer. Howell was the father of two 'children, a two - year - old son and a four - year - old daughter. The former Cornhusker quarterback was the son of the late Edward E. Howell, well - known figure in state and Douglas county democratic political circles for years. TWO CHILDREN SURVIVE. Besides his widow and two children, he is survived by a step - mother, Mrs. E. E. Howell; his brother, Edward E. Howell, both of Omaha; a half - brother and half - sister, Sam Howell and Mrs. John Monroe also of Omaha; a sister, Mrs. William Schaum, resident of Cuba, and sister, Mrs. Amy Dean, Washington, D. C. Noted for his sunny temperament and personality, along, with his gridiron prowess, Howell was a popular figure on the University of Nebraska campus. He became a Cornhusker after a brilliant prep athletic career at Omaha Central. Yanks Suffer 2cl Setback At Wimliletlon WIMBLEDON INS) America's hopes for the men's singles championship at Wimbledon suffered another setback Saturday when Australia's favored Dinny Pails scored a smashing straight - set triumph over Budge Patty, California youngster. In the wake of Friday's upset of second - seeded Jack Kramer by Jaroslav Drobny of Czechoslovakia, the Australian Davis cup star smashed his way to victory against a weak Patty backhand, 6 - 2, 6 - 1, 7 - 5. Tom Brown, Pacific coast title - holder who on Thursday scored an upset in eliminating Pancho Segura, became America's lone survivor in men's singles when he defeated Tony Mottram, 6 - 1, 6 - 1, 6 - 3. England's last representative in the men's division thus went to the sidelines, leaving only foreigners to compete for the coveted singles crown. Pacific Coast League. Portland, 9; Los Angeles, 9. Hollywood, 4: Sacramento, I. Ban Francisco, 1; San Diego, 9. Oakland, 14; Seattle, 9. ;S''f.y. 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Harry James Paul LeBsr Harvest of Stare " I4:4 p. as. Frankie Carle Dance Band Our Foreign PoUrv 11:94 p tn.' Tpranki Carle Dance Band 1 Our Foreign Policy 11:44 p7sa. Alvino Rey Dance Band America United ! Alvino Rey Dance Band Beverly Hills Orch. Kinnell, Princeton golf pro, has worked at his profession in Scotland, East Africa and America... He served his apprenticeship at Prestick, had his first pro job at Nairobi, in the heart of Africa's big game country, and came to Princeton this spring . . The big difference, he explains, is that at Nairobi they have sand tees and greens and you're liable to find lions on the course instesd of tigers. The whole country was under a brownout so the Wilkes - Barre and Hinghamton clubs played 21 innings to reach a decision. It took four hours and 35 minutes and quite a few buckets of coal. i ;: PI: r "M "n'titf A 1 asspawl ft. a. a 1 ViZLB aBesBslBBBBasBaalBB

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