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MP MEM BURKEMO OUTLASTS 111' OY TIGER' TORZA FOR 2-1 VICTORY AAND 35TH PGA CHAMPIONSHIP 'BIRMINGHAM Mich July 7 (M—Pirate-bold Walter Burkemo the people's choice tamed the toy tiger with an erratic putting blade Tuesday defeating Wee Felice Torza 2 and 1 for the 35th Professional Golfers Association championship The blond belter from Franklin Mich only one up at the end of the morning round ripped off the first three holes of the afternoon with some great pressure putting to put the fledgling pro from St Charles ILL into a hole from which he never recovered Uminlimmir 1OCKE TirlINS MEDAL: pull( 6(777Ail Fon Worm STARTELEGRAM Wednesday Morning July 8 1953 PAGE THIRTEEN frPOW010060101010WWWWIP :00WRIA0010WPdOtOW'R00OW0AIRO0100WRIPIONSOle ' : adlliMIEMOMMIMMEWOOMINUMMIgUlaall —Asse:ciated Press Wirephoto HOMER RECORD SET—Gil Hodges is greeted by Carl Furl llo after hitting home run Tuesday against Pittsburgh that broke National League record Dodger batters have homered in 20 straight games (Story on Page 14) Ni$00hs$Oea Ceitgetie''::::'''14-'1 SAN ANTONIO July I—Lefty Iry Med linger bested Rudy Paynich in a pitching duel Tuesday night at Mission Stadium to give the San Antonio Missions a 4-0 victory over the Fort Worth Cats and a 1 sweep of the two-pme rSTANKY GETS $50 FINE series Paynich gave up only seven FOR REMARKS TO UMP hits as he attempted to correct the Cats' losing ways which now CINCINNATI July 7 (43) show seven losses in the last Manager Eddie Stanky of the eight starts but he was harmed St Louis Cardinhis wps rapped by three Fort Worth errors a for a $50 fine Tuesday for total of seven for the Cats in the "remarks" to Umpire Tom Gortwo games Two o f the San An- man during the July 4 doubletonio runs were unearned header at Chicago Medlinger in winning his first The remarks came in the game since April 26 spaced out ninth inning of the second six Fort Worth hits two by Jim game lost by the Cards 5-4 Baxes and was aided by three after Catcher Sal Yvars was double plays chased from the game by GorCharley White Medlinger's bat- man for protesting a called tery mate was the big noise for second strike Stanky took up the missions with a triple and the argument and followed two singles and every hit by the Yvars to the clubhouse catcher led to a run The Cats move to Houston 1 Wednesday night with Pete Wojey (5-3) scheduled to pitch Parrots Tackle the opener there Charley White's leadoff triple and Bob Caffery's single which Premier Today followed a hit batsman pushed San Antonio into a 1-0 lead in the second inning The bases Poly which has already cinched then were filled with none out the second-half American Legion when Paynich muffed Bud baseball title winds up regular Thomas' sacrifice bunt but fur- season play against Premier Oil ther trouble was averted when Wednesday afternoon on SycaMedlinger forced Rocky Ippolito more No 3 at the plate and Bobby Balcena Paschal winner of the initial bounced to Jim Baxes for a dolt hall goes against Lake Worth ble play Merchants on Sycamore No 2 Fort Worth wasted singles by In the other two games Jim Spook Jacobs and Baxes in the Hill plays Dr Pepper at Rock first inning and Gale Wade's dou- wood and Roberts Real Estate ble in the third opposes North Side on Sycamore The Missions boosted their lead No 4 with an unearned run in the All games -tart at 5 p m fourth White opened with a sin The playoff between Poly and gle through the box and went all Paschal for the right to meet the way to third when the ball Dallas' champion is due to gel got through Felix in short center- under way Thursday It'll be s field Ile scored on Ippolito's two-of-three game series slow roller to shortstop The Dallas and Fort Worth The Cats got a double by Jacobs titlists start their series here In the fifth but it came with two Tuesday outs and preceded a strikeout that retired the side Ozark tried to get something started in the Queen City Nine Jars sixth with a leadoff single but el 'Ines grounded into a double South Side Sluggers play Queen City Lodge 21 came San Antonio padded its lead from behind in the sixth inning with two more runs in the sixth to score four runs and defeat Singles by White and Caffery the South Side Sluggers 96 ir plus a walk to Ippolito filled the Junior Amateur Baseball pla) bases with one down The catch- Tuesday night er scored and the other runners Curtis Matheus gained credit advanced on a triple steal when for the victory after he relieved Paynich's pitch on a planned std in the sixth cide squeeze went over Staples' South Sitio ailment 112 200 0-1 I bead Jacobs fumbled Medlinger's Q1871)fg":nclilit110i 93(NvV:h11-8911(4 grounder to let Ippolito in with 2 (J )(whew( (61 Nut °tee t the second run et 1224 PORT WOR H SAN ANTONIO Abs oc obrhos j n robot 4 1 a 41:41liwnon W ig ' it 9t111KI: prit141:11 tlico lino o ' otrgilit 11 ilgrilillt it tigletro 1411413) '0 1?)trtitvorm 0 24 li '10(t)41 0031 4 127 11 Den Antonio 010 102 00x-4 1 i It—Felix Poonten Jacobs Ritt—h) onto Citirtry 21111—Writ Jetcotto 214H — Whitt Sit—Willto 2 poolltO colter OH—Thomas DP—Mot lintor Thomas Mirkettion Thomas lithivelinton mitk- 1 llon 12) Boxes Jecobo osorkr — Aril Worth 11 Ron Antonio 4 11 OR— c linotr 2 Pornion 3 oto—mo ingot witch 4 11-11imon Arowittauc T— Jtb Att— SC ho ' e7" The five-and-a-half foot 135- pound Torza sprang brisk rallies twice to cut the advantage to two holOs at the 24th but Burkemo applied the screws and closed the match with a par four for a half on the 35th The toy tiger—as the little Italian became known in his unexpected sweep into the finals— couldn't control his tee shots through 35 mph gusts of wind in the morning and after lunch his putting went completely sour On the first 18 holes over the 6465-yard pa-71 Birmingham Poly which has already cinched the second-half American Legion baseball title winds up regular season play against Premier Oil Wednesday afternoon on Sycamore No 3 Paschal winner of the initial ball goes against Lake Worth Merchants on Sycamore No 2 In the other two games Jim Hill plays Dr Pepper at Rock wood and Roberts Real Estate opposes North Side on Sycamore No 4 All games -tart at 5 p m The playoff between Poly and Paschal for the right to meet Dallas' champion is due to get under way Thursday It'll be a twoof-three game series The Dallas and Fort Worth titlists start their series here Tuesday South Side Sluggers Queen City Lodge 21 came from behind in the sixth inning to score four runs and defeat the South Side Sluggers 96 in Junior Amateur Baseball play Tuesday night Curtis Mathew gained credit for the victory after he relieved In the sixth South Side eluetere 112 200 0-1 QIIPPn Cita Lodee 030 204 x-9 11 Griffin and licrotelej Welch SlIfor (3) Mathew' (Si and Leg Kramer Segura Wm CARACAS Venezuela July 7 (P)—Jack Kramer defeated Ken McGregor 6-4 64 and Punch° Segura trimmed Frank Sedgman 62 6-4 in a professional tennis match Tuesday night The games wereplayed at the Altamira Ten nis Club 0 Results in Women's Coll '" (TWO At Olen Garden—hire Oeoet" Seen 18-hole flleht Mrs L C Padden Met 9-hole IOW Mn Z Le Doh second -hole flight - Country Club course Torza sprayed his tee shots into the rough seven times On the first nine holes of the final round he missed four putts of six feet endless - Burkemo four up with five to play and three up with three to go let Torza stay alive with some erratic play- Walter went over par on the 29th which he three-putted the 32nd and 34tb where he bit into the rough The PGA is worth 0000 in immediate cash for Burkemo 34-year-old Detroiter who topk While Lock q was brilliant on the greens with his putter Hogan had poor success putting Hogan started out barely missing the cup on a six-foot putt at the first hole He didn't find his usual deft touch pntil the -18th when he superbly stroked in a 30- footer for an eagle three 91 to Seek Title There is one consolation—the deep greens were cut Tuesday night in preparation for Wednesday's play The 91 low scores qualified for round of 18 Wednesday and Thursday after which the field will be reduced to 50 for 4'riday's 36-hole finale The qualifying scores mean nothing in the tournament proper which is medal play - Locke's 136 was five strokes under the second low of 141 shot by John Penton of Scotland and Christy O'Connor of Ireland Penton member of the British Ryder Cup team bad a 72 Tuesday after an opening round record 69 Monday O'Connor a little-known Irish pro toured the Burnside course in 68 despite a seven on the 15th hole He had a 73 Monday o ' Qualifiers had to score 154 or better Lloyd Mangrum another veteran of America's super competitive tournament circuit shot the hottest round of the day a 67 at the shorter Burnside course Such brilliance got him out of trouble since he was in bad shape Monday after a 78 His qualify ing total is a safe 145 equaling Hogan Scores of other qualifying notables in this star-studded in ternattonal field included: Ossie Pickworth Australia 73-69-142 Harry Bradshaw Irish power hitter who is pretty sure of a Ryder Cup spot this year 70-72— 142 Albert Pelissier Fort Mar ly France 73-69-142 Antonio Cerda Argentina 72-70-142 Charlie Ward English Ryder Cupper had 72-71-143 and D W Fairfield of Chicago 72-77 —149 Stranaban Fires 'IL Toledo's Frank Stranahan held comfortably to the low amateur ranking with a 71 for a 144 total Stranahan played Burnside Tues day Hogan and Locke did their work Tuesday on the "Champ's" 7200-yard sand-duned acres With a 38-38-72 unofficial par Burnside is a par 71 6398 yarder When Hogan and Locke opened their rounds Tuesday morning the weather was excellent—for Scotland It was a little cool and fairly windy but in this northern land that is great Between this and late Tuesday afternoon it rained five times— twice heavily Hogan took 35 putts Three of them hung on the lip and a half dozen either bit the rim or stopped almost within blowing distance "I used bad judgment on several greens And occasion ally I felt I had over clubbed or misjudged All in all I didn't play well" Ilogan said On the first green Hoga& missed his approach putt by a whisker on the third green his bail again took a peek down the hole and decided not to drop Just ordinary poor putting cost him on the fourth bole when he three putted for no apparent reason and on the fifth failed again to get down a 10-footer The heavy damp greens with their longish grass stopped a Hogan putt three feet short on the sixth An eightfooter failed to fall on the seventh Ilogan groaned along with the gallery of around 2000 on the eighth when his ball rolled round the rim and would not fall He missed by an inch dropping a run of the mill Nue tooter on the ninth Another putt stopped on the rim at the 13th after the fird of the two heavy showers had generally slowed up operations Ile went for a birdie on the 15th and failed when a six tooter didn't drop On the 18th he ran a 35 looter along the 'grass but it stopped three inches away A five footer dropped for Hogan on the 17th and on0he 18th came a a &&& A a t S 4 lk ' A p 6 6 1616EdIAL616616aa66i661661ALM1166166A6MLA 61L616A661O a sound lacing from Sam Snead in the PGA finals at Oakmont Pa in 1951 It also gives him an automatic spot on the U S Ryder Cup team which meets Britain's best at Wentworth England in the fall As runner-up Torza collects 0000—the first big purse he ever won A pro of less than six years this is his first PGA In defeat the friendly chat-- ty Torza had one consolation A tough scrapper who put out Gene Sarazen and Defending Champion Jima Turnesa on open-- TS Ton Hogan Qualifies With 75 on Second Hound For Total of 145 Mangrum Sizzles With 67 CARNOUSTIE Scotland July 7 ()—Ben Hogan and Carnoustie's soggy Championship course ran head on in the British Open golf tournament Tuesday and the grizzled seaside layout's slow and shaggy greens lofted the U the eagle and the first real putt he holed all day - S open champion's score to Locke was almost jubilant over a 75 his score He opened with a birdie That 75 along With a 70 Mon three on the first where be sank day Qfl the easier Burnside course a seven-foot putt and sank sine gave the Texan a 145 total---eas- and seven footers for scrqmbling fly low enough to qualify him for pars after hitting bunkers on the the tournament proper beginning fourth and fifth holes Coming Wednesday ' home with a one-under 35 the de Defending Champion Bobby lending titleholder from Johan Locke of South Africa rustled up nesburg got down a nine-footer a brilliant 71 one under unoffi- for a birdie four on the 14th cial par at Championship for a Mangrum was occsionally off two- ay 136 and the medal hon line with his tee shots but deadly ors the eagle and the first real putt he holed all day - Locke was almost jubilant over his score He opened with a birdie three on the first where be sank a seven-foot putt and sank nine and seven footers for scr4mbling pars after hitting bunkers on the fourth and fifth holes Coming home with a one-under 35 the de fending titleholder from Johan nesburg got down a nine-footer for a birdie four on the 14th Mangrum was occsionally off line with his tee shots but deadly on the green He saved a par on the first hole by sinking a 30 footer He was out in 35 Several times on that nine he found himself in bunkers but on each occasion be recovered well Mangrum holed a series of long putts on the incoming nine which he shot in 32 His best was a curling 25-footer that gave him a birdie three at the 12th Stranahan said after his round: "I did not play any particularly spectacular shots but I was getting good steady golf But that was not the way at the start" The Toledo Ohio amateur op ened with a birdie three and then went a stroke over par with a 5 on the second He came right back with a birdie 3 on the third and followed that with another one over par 5 on the fourth After that flurry of erratic golf Stranahan settled down S ‘ - - big day be won the hearts of a gallery estimated at 15000 ' The crowd on the whole was still for Burkemo the favorite son but Torza picked up hundreds of loudly vocal support ters and there was no distinct partisanship such as marked Burkemo's semifinal match with Claude Harmon Monday Harmon sharply crititized the gallery for what he called its unsportsmanlike conduct and particularly hit at the crowd's loud cheer when he banged a ecr— Nardico Gets 10-Round Decision Over Sabotin MIAMI BEACH Fla July 7 (JP) — Danny Nardico Tampa Fla scored a unanimous 10round decision over Ulu Sabotin War ren Ohio at the city auditorium arena Tuesday night Nardlco who weighed 178 to Sabotin's 17412 led all the way and was never in trouble He was the aggressor from the opening round and used left hooks and right blows to the body to punish Sabotin Putting Contest Tonight Meadowbrook's weekly putting tournament will be held at 8 p tn Wednesday ft Way to Win s S shot into a creek to lose his match Burkemo Is pro at near-by Franklin Hills and is owner of a prosperous driving range He doesn't take to the circuit too often but when he does he more than makes expenses He was the 12th leading money winner on last winter's tour One of 10 children be was a caddy and a public links player before turning 'pro In the last war he was a twice wounded infantry sergeant —Associated Press Wireottoto CONGRATULATIONS—Felice Torza (right) congratulates Walter Burkemo after latter won PGA champion ship Tuesday at Birmingham Mich 2-1 Bruins Give Lanier Unconditional Release ST LOUIS July 7 (?P)--Southpaw Max Lanier a 14-year veteran of the major leagues was given his unconditional release Tuesday by the St Louis Browns The 38-yiar-old pitcher was signed by the Browns last May after his release by the New York Giants He appeared in 10 games for St Louis suffering a defeat In his lone decision Lanier one of the players who jumped to the Mexican League in 194748 went to the Giants from the St Louis Cardinals in return for Eddie Stanky in 1951 He has a lifetime record of 108 vktories and 82 defeats t t Object of the game is to win friends Ma) be played with any number of guests Set up board as shown When guest'D eye lights up at the superb 7 Crown Manhattan' for example move it quickly toward him:You will capture his friendship immediately raSeagratteS atedide Suvt t Seagram's 1 Crown Blended 'Whiskey 868 Proof 65 Grain Neutral Spirits I a "I The new champion has a quick Jerky swing but his fellow pros regard him highly for what they call his "bold play— ing" He hits strong and goes for the big blow He is not an exceptional putter ordinarily but has a knack for ringing in the long ones when they count Against Torza Tuesday Hun kemo won the first two holes of the afternon round with birdie putts of six and 10 feet and then be made a spectacular 351oot approach putt on the next hole Cat Players Unhappy? Harris Denies Dissension Cat President Spencer Harris told the Star-Telegram by phone from San Antonio late Tuesday that the dissension story carried in the San Antonio Express Tuesday was grossly exaggerated and that he contemplated no changes of any kind among personnel at this tin Harris struck back at a San Antonio sports writer who quoted a club spokesman for the Cats as saying: "We should be out in front of the Texas League by eight or ten games but were not And it's all (Manager Max) Macon'a fault He should be back in the Florida International League where he was last year He can't carry Bobby Bragan's shoelaces" Harris said he had talked with members of the team Tuesday and found no evidence of serious dissension The club president admitted however that Macon had given the squad a stern talk after Monday nights defeat the team's sixth setback in its last seven "I'm still very proud Of this ball club" Harris said "and I've found 'that all of the players are determined to play winning ball We've got a great club and you can bet that this smalletime gossip will not hurt us at eV But Dick Peebles of the Express who declared to the Star Telegram that he wrote the article had a different story to tell Peebles said a member of the Fort Worth team whose identity he had promised not to reveal called him after the garne Monday night and made the remarks about Macon The player who Peebles said was a regular in the lineup claimed several other members of the club shared his opinions "Also" Peebles continued "the same player called me today (Tuesday) and said he wouldn't mind being traded out of the Brooklyn organization" Peebles said members of the San Antonio club weren't surprised at the dissension news because they'd heard the Fort Worth bench riding Macon when he was pinchhitting or on the coaching line Meanwhile the Associated Press in a story out of San Antonio late Tuesday quoted Macon as saying: "I guess there are a couple of players who are pretty sore today after the chewing out I gave them last night I wak rougher on one certain player than any of the others because he was riding the team himself because of the errors But as for any general dissension I don't know anything about it and I don't believe It exists" Harris arrived in San Antonio by plane Monday night but de the trip had any connectionwith the rumored dissension Pro Giants Sign End NEW YORK July 7 (IP) — Dick Christiansen 220-pound pass catching end at Arizona last fall signed with the New York Giants of the National Football League Tuesday yp p g the 21st to win with a par three Ile almost holed out This brief but deadly three bole flurry was the deciding lac tor of the match played under sunny skies but in a stiff wind Torn got ahead only one time That was on the first hole a 525-yard par five which he won with 11-foot putt for a birdie four Burkemo playing nine straight par holes got even at the fourth when Torza drove into the rough The champ was never behind there after I IIIMEINIMMEN11110111111111111111111" ELECTRIC WIRING FOS ANKONDITIONING LIGNI AND PONES SONDID-LICENSED CONTRACTORS METCALFE ELECTRIC CO 10 O wev leaMego ID4030-104162 & 1 b k okk WHITE ROSE DISTRIBUTING CO FORT WORTH TEXAS Z ip 4 0? i s I It c 1 - i ' 1 1 e i ' 4 1 1 4 4 W: I 4 1 ' o E V( d f ' (2 Mr 1 T I ir l I - ' 1 c I Iv r llP intr three - !Ty three iding ed under tiff wind only one first hole which he It for a playing ioles got en Torza :h The Ind there I 1 t - ' t ' t 1 :A 111 4 ''' - - s s - ijr t - A A r Cat Players Unhappy? - i Ik4-4 (pe ' I I - tr4!4A4 i f ' 7''' - Hams Denies Dissension te- lp ( Pr r:'' y f i-------)1- 000A1 1 pLAye JTA AlTs ToDA phoCat President Spencer Harris told the Star-Telegram by I IftV ' ' - 4-'kt-1 ne from San Antonio late Tuesday that the dissension ' t ot”414 fiv ‘ it story carried in the San Antonio Express Tuesday was H Qualifies With 75 on Second Hound '- - frecL I'll s I FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM For Togan otal of 145 Mangrum Sizzles With 67 N i a grossly exaggerated and that he conterpplated no changes ''''o-r — 7-04211"IA ' ' - Ilt: of any kind among personnel at this tin '''''''''k:A - '' A Harris struck back at a San Antonio sports writer who quoted Wednesday Marnini July 8 1953 PAGE THIRTEEN '''--''-" - rill' a club spokesman for the Cats as saying: "We should be out in ---w---A-ww-----y--------m--p-------- CARNOUSTIE J n Scotlad July 7 (IP)—Ben Hogan and 4-7i - v 4 frontof the Texas League by eight or ten games but we're not Trotasworsbannl :arnotistip's soggy unampionship course ran head on in t1'24 I ry: 4:7- i:d the British Open golf tournament Tuesday and the grizzled 1 y b ' ' C141 J: --11 A z ' ff seaside layouts slow and 14440'' i 6--1-- - ! the eagle and the first real putt - - ip01? i yclst) 14 -4a "4i:zo: a 75 Locke was almost jubilant over v" shaggy greens lofted the U he holed all day - itlio14 4-!4-:: :' - ' 14'- 4Ile''' '1414014' v'''-i'' - - iv' S open champion's score to :' ii'l ckL a: 7:''10k' 411:":41- --7 - i ' -- 4x7 J 110tura '1: - - 4-y '' t :44y ' his score He opened with a birdie - - ''"'" :' ' - -44114e" '"iy--v 4 :Ifty"' ' '''''$ '- That 75 along with a 70 Mon- 41 I ilittl'- - - I - : y'"4 I' v - 4 I three on the first where be sank 0- t ' - -7 f- p- i g i ' ' -' A day en the eaSi er Burnside course a seven-foot putt and sank nine j r - : -: : : m k ':::e's" gave the Texan a 145 total-eas- '-: -''''' 4- ' '''s - :: i- -7 ' and seven footers for scrqmbling twa'' '' : - - y::? : : i ily low enough to quahfy him for i ' - 4- the tournament proper beginning - pars after " hitting bunkers on the fourth and fifth holes Coming - ---' -r - 1 ' '4'q:N —"''' ' 'i'k f ' N ' '''' illl'a -:: Wednesday home with a one-under 35 the de- '-4 T I''''12''''!'':'4'y '414:''' '14 ' 4i- '' '' ' ''''--' ( :--'?''' Defending Champion ' Bobby I - fending titleholder frol 1 han 11 0 - 114 ' :''': :')::' 1- s 14141A i'241:t' Locke of South Africa rustled up nesbure got down a nine-footer - i ' - ' !- ' :- ' r - ' '':' ':' : a brilliant 71 one under unoffi- -- for a birdie four on the 14th - ' 'it - ' lel par at Championship for a —Associated Press Wireottoto '' ' ' 1k '''AZ ' :: two Mangrum was occsionally off CONGRATULATIONS—Felice Torza (right) congratu - - - - - Nb -f oday 136 and the medal hon :-r ' ' ' -- t -' - '' ' : 'me with his tee shots but deadly On the green' He ved a r n - z7 NN10: z t 1 ! :' '''' ':' :::: ' "c'kkJ4 ::' the greens with I: v-' While Lockq was brilliant on the first hole by sinking pa o h a 30 lates Walter Burkemo after latter won PGA champion PI '' 03 -' 't iih ' -'' N1 -'' t 3 his putter Hogan sa $' i': - ' : IN 4V - CIN0-k-s1:'i had poor success putting footer He was out in 35 Sev 8 ip 1 Tuesday at Birmingham Mich 2 - -z A 4Y 7 : - ' " i 1'' eral times 4 to t : : : Itsirk'::!i ingHothgeancustpartopiedaosultx:boaorelyrumtis- on that nine be found r: J' -:- : -" - 1pp IN e' "-- f t t t himself in bunkers but on each Nardico Gets 10-Round Browns Give Lanier ') 4 :c 41 dipi - - ' — ?: - the first hole He didn't f ' Ind his occasion he recovered well - '''' N '' ' - : ' ' ($4 ? usual deft touch phi the -18th Mangrum holed s series of long Decisi b on Over Sa otin Unconditional Release tr40-10: ' --- i': ':-- :-- 'k i when he superbly stroked in a 30- putts on the incoming nine which MIAMI BEACH Fla July 7 ST LOUTS July 7 (IP)-South - 144- r '' -1 cs ' 2v ' pitoAN ' 444 - footer for an eagle three he shot in 32 His best was a up) - Danny Nardico Tampa paw Max Lanier a 14ear veter 91 to Seek Title - 4-ku t:: '- - '' - --- ' ii-:: curling 25-footer that gave him a - k t- Fla scored a unanimous 10-round an of the major leagues was giv ' ' ' ''''' '4 There is one consolation-the birdie three at the 12th - decision over Lehi Sabotin War- en his unconditional release Tues- '''''' - O's' '''''''' '''''-:"-!':' ' - - - - ' Stranahan said after his round: ren Ohio at the city auditorium day by the St Louis Browns 112c 4144 4 -'":r h preparation for Wednes "1 id -- 11 v- " - " - - - e: deep greens were cut Tuesday iti v y' tua: : ' ' - --- ' night in prepai- d' not play any particularly arena Tuesday night The 38-yiar-old pitcher was 1-p-py70: ' y -r '4tytr 1 "- 1 1 h spectacular shots but 1 was get- Nardlco who weighed 178 to 47 tc - -4 '4 14 - r day s play The 9 ow scores signed by the Browns last May !§ ?:zP tkt— iit'Ziew4p 5 ' - – qualified for round of 18 Wed- ting good steady golf But that Sabotin's 17412 led all the way after his release by the New York 10-if ‘ ' V -''''''' ' - 4 '' " 4''' ' '' ' 4 ' ' --- --'':—titi 71' ' '- -nN nesda and Thursday after which was not the way at the start" and was never in trouble He was Giants lie appeared in 10 games F xe :":-0 '1- '''''-:'' -' :- "' ''''' '' : ''' ''' -- v ev ' -4- - thp frpiri will hp rPrittrPti tn sn Tho Toledo Ohio amateur All: the aggressor from the opening for St Louis suffering a defeat rl - ' 1 -rry460' :-: r:N r4fiel - '" ' '''4A5' -'1 -:::::::- iAr:4 ::1 ::::::: :i!7: -- : 1Alr: : 4 : : 41):f : ' : w 1'' ' 4k itistr -d '!10440 ' - --!! r Y roomy ‘ P ' 1 : N '::1:: : : -: -:' i44 : i1: t -1I 1 44 - -: :: : i!::::":: :" :: p ii ::"411::iL::4 '''' 000 ::'' 1 :4: 11470:'r t1:s"- :1::-4:-ii ((ei: ---'ec1:4'''v ' ''''':: : : 4-x :: : ye ir ecti4!- it‘!:! 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