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Cards, A's m Little League AMtntCAN LEAGUE W Yankees : n fi*ors J Athletics II § Indians _""o White Sox ..... i Hed Sox 2 L .1 3 5 7 8 11 L 2 4 5 7'/a 8 Pioneers Lose; Blatz Gdlesbufg Register-Mail, Mesbyrg, (If, Thursday, July 19> 1963 II NATIONAL LEAGUE W Pirates _ 11 Cubs 7 Cardinals B Giants 4'/ 2 Dodgers 5 Braves l'/a 10',4 A couple of "runaways" featured Little League action at 0. N. Custer Park, Wednesday night. The Athletics dumped the Red SoX, 12-3, while the Cardinals buried the Dodgers, 17-0. The Athletics tallied in every inning after the first in their victory- Tom Ross rapped a trio of hits to spark the winners' attack. Jeff Moc took the decision for the Athletics. The Cardinals used only six hits to garrier their run total. Nate Mimms and Louie Nichols pounded out two hits apiece to lead the CardiiiJ assault. Both of Nichols' safeties were home runs. Mike Duffy was the winning pitcher. Tonight, the Athletics and White Sox meet in the first contest at 5:45, while the Cardinals and ther Braves'tangle at 7:30. Cardinals (17) Peoria Topples Galesburg, 3-1 PEORIA — Peoria's Collegians, who seem to have Galesburg's number this summer, remained undefeated against the Pioneers with a 3-1 triumph here Wednes* day night., The Collegians tallied two runs in the second inning headed. ~~~ •b r h ab r h Mlms 1 2 1 Seamon 1 0 0 Walters 0 1 0 Nelson 3 0 0 Algrcn :» 1 0 Strom-son 3 0 0 Mimms 5 2 2 Taylor 1 0 0 Nichols 4 3 2 Johnson 2 0 0 Lewis 3 0 1 Winter 1 0 1 Sullivan 2 0 0 Blixt 2 0 1 Olson 1 0 0 Ryncr 1 0 0 Haggc 0 0 0 Bick 1 0 0 Duffy 1 3 0 Simmons 1 0 0 Haptons'l 0 1 0 Gorham 2 0 0 Stomberg 2 0 0 Maine 0 0 0 Peck 1 2 0 Hardine 1 0 0 Garret 1 1 0 Nelson 0 0 0 Tordon 0 1 0 Mangier! 1 0 0 Peterson 1 0 0 Totals 25 17 6 Totals 20 0 2 Score by innings: Cardinals - -.200 564—17 Dodgers 000 000— 0 Winning pitcher, Duffy; losing pitcher, Taylor. Had Sox (3) ab t h Shawgo 3 0 1 Johnson 4 0 1 Hayes 4 0 1 Gibbs 2 0 0 Lytic 2 1 0 Steck 2 11 Nelson 3 10 Kirkend'l 10 0 St.George 0 0 0 J.Johnson 10 0 Aldus 2 0 1 Rooney 10 0 Totals 25'~3 5 Athletics (12) ab r h Voyles 2 2 1 Armstrong 10 1 Ross 4 13 Brown 4 2 2 Nelson 2 10 Williams 0 2 0 Hanson Callahan Moc White Swanson Darrah 3 2 2 3 0 0 3 0 0 111 2 10 0 0 0 Totals 23 12 10 Score by innings: Red Sox 000 120— 3 Athletics 034 23x—12 Winning pitcher, Moe; losing pitcher, Lytle. and were never Galesburg could tally only one run—an unearned marker in the fourth—off of Peoria hurlers Ron Patterson and Marty Howell. Patterson started and went six innings. However, he was hit by a pitched ball by opposing hurler Tim Thompson and was unable to continue. The extent of his injury was not known. Thompson went the route for Galesburg in suffering his fourth defeat of the campaign. He has won only once. The Galesburg lefthander gave up seven hits, walked five, and whiffed seven in his six-inning stint. In the Peoria second, Jerry Sanders walked and moved to second on a wild pitch. Patterson slapped a single and Sanders Springfield Stumbles in College League By United Press International League - leading Springfield stumbled for the second successive day Wednesday and Bloomington and Peoria pulled within a half-game of the top in the Central Illinois Collegiate Baseball league. Lincoln's Jimmy Dodd had three hits in as many trips, batted in one run and scored two more in leading his teammates to an 8-2 conquest of Springfield. Bloomington snapped Cham- paign-Urba'na's winning streak at three games with an 11-3 rout of the host club in a contest which saw Champaign commit seven errors. The game was halted by darkness after six innings. Don Kessinger drove in two of Peoria's runs in his team's 3-1 win over Galesburg. went to third from where h_e scored moments later on a passed ball. Donnie Kessinger's single brought home courtesy runner Fred Beene with the second marker of the frame. Ron Jones singled in the top of the fourth and came home on a single by Justin Dcdeaux and an error by Peoria first baseman Gary Nichols Kessinger also drove in the third Peoria tally in the sixth with a double. Gary Bruington, the leading base stealer in the Central Illinois Collegiate League, padded his lead with three thefts last night. Thompson banged a pair of safeties in a losing effort. Galesburg returns home tonight to face Springfield at 6 p.m. on Thomas H. Blodgett Field at Knox College, Galesburg (1) Paorla (3) Viola and Aledo Win In Tourney ALPHA—Viola and Aledo came up with easy victories in first- round play of the Tri-County Inter-League ' tourney here Wednesday night. Viola scored a 17-0 triumph over Mathefville, while Aledo was a 140 victor over Reynolds. Both contests were abbreviated to six innings because of the 10' run rule. Tuesday night, also in first-round competition, Monmouth nipped New Boston, 4-3, in an eight-inning overtime affair, while Alpha scored an 8-4 victory over Wood' hull. Tonight, Monmouth and Slier rard will battle, while Alpha meets Andalusia. The semi-finals of the 11-team tourney will be Sunday night with the finals slated for Monday. Warriors Whip R.L Nationals Blatz notched its tenth victory of the summer last night with a 12-7 decision over the Rock Island Nationals. The Nationals are one of the two clubs this season to drop Blatz. Rock Island won the opening contest of ' the season, 6-5, but Blatz Anderson Notches Win Over Hi-Lo Cliff Anderson scored four runs in the top of the first inning and was never headed in a 7-4. triumph over Hi-Lo in Connie Mack League play at H. T. Custer Park, Tuesday night. Alan Johnson and winning pitcher Ed Cheeseman had a trio of hits each to spark the Anderson attack. Brian Spillers took the setback for Hi-Lo. •b t hi Bruington 2 0 0 Doyle 3 0 0 Bigley 10 0 Jones 3 11 Dedeaux 3 0 1 Johnson 2 0 0 Huffman 2 0 0 Warren 3 0 0 Thomps'n 3 0 2 Schilling Kessinger Nichols Counsell Lewis Long Sanders Trichc Patterson Howell ab r h 3 0 2 4 0 2 4 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 10 3 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 26 3 7 Totals 22 1 4| Totals Score by innings: Galesburg 000 100 0—1 Peoria 020 001 x—3 RBI—Kessinger 2. E-^Schilling, Nichols, Jones, Warren. DP— Schilling and Nichols; Triche and Kessinger. LOB—Galesburg 7, Peoria 10. 2B—Kessinger. SH—Bigley. SB—Bruington 3, Bigley, Long. ip Thompson (L) ...6 Patterson (W) _—6 Howell 1 h r er bbio 7 3 2 5 7 3 10 5 5 1 0 0 0 2 HBP—Patterson (Doyle), Thompson (Patterson). WP—Thompson. PB—Huffman. U—Grant, Gailliaert. T—2:21. A—246. Fight Results By The Associated Press TOKYO — Hiroyuki Ebihara, 112^, Japan, knocked out Young Bonnie, 113, Philippines, 1. Patterson Plans to Enter Fight With Liston Red Hot LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) Floyd Patterson will shadow-box in his dressing room next Monday night and come out "red hot" for his return heavyweight title fight with champion Sonny Liston at the Las Vegas Convention Center. "He'll shadow-box four rounds after I wake him up from his dressing-room nap," co-trainer Buster Watson said today. "He'll go into that ring red hot instead of cold fish like he was at Chicago." Watson of New York, long-time buddy of the ex-champion, said Floyd was caught "cold" by big Sonny at Chicago, Sept. 25, and knocked out at 2:06 of the first round because he had taken only about 30 or 40 seconds of light exercise in the dressing room. Meanwhile Liston, in his final sparring session at the Thunderbird Hotel, appeared so impressive in three rounds with mediocre Foneda Cox of St. Louis, that Billy Conn of Pittsburgh, former light heavyweight champion and heavyweight challenger, predicted: "Liston will knock out Patterson in the first round again— maybe quicker than at Chicago." But when asked how Liston would have fared with ex-champ Another One of . . . DOM'S Barn Burner South Bend 2 -pc. Comb. ROD and REEL Zebco 33 SPINCAST REEL Zebco 66 SPINCAST REEL Zebco 202 SPINCAST REEL •Reg. $*,95 Reg. $19.95 - - - Reg. $12.95 - - - Reg. $ 5.95 Zebco 707 Combination ROD and REEL ----Reg. $ 7.95 $3 ?s $g »s *6 9S $2*' $ 3 69 NOTICE TO CAMPERS Plenty of Pup Tent? by "THERMOS" AT REDUCED PRICES THERMOS LANTERNS and CAMP STOVES (Burns Regular Auto Gas) Also ICE CHEST by "THERMOS" i/C BA,T * SPORT SHOP UUM l# 700 S Seminary St. Joe Louis when Joe was champion, Conn said: "Louis would have knocked his brains out. Louis was too fast withh is hands for Sonny." In very light wagering, Liston continued the 4-1 favorite. Hint Winner Of English Derby Doped LONDON (AP) - The biggest scandal in the history of British horse racing was reported about to break today with newspapers openly hinting that Relko, runaway winner of the English Derby, was doped. Racing authorities said they are convinced that a doping gang with immense monetary backing now is operating on British tracks. The Jockey Club, blue blooded dicators of the British turf, took the unprecedented step of offering a $5,600 reward for anyone who can stop the dopers. Even more unusual, it offered ar. amnesty for any trainer, jockey or stable boy who talks. Previously anyone with the remotest connection with doping was automatically barred from- the tracks. Watched by Queen Elizabeth and the royal family, French- owned Relko stormed home May 29 to win the $98,947 Epsom Derby by an easy six lengths at odds of 5-1. Routine saliva tests, were made immediately after his victory. The Daily Express said these tests suggest that Relko was given a stimulant.' Other papers said as much without naming the horse. CHfl Anderson (7) ab r h A.Johns n 4 2 3 Chcese'an 4 13 Anderson 3 11 Hinkle 2 10 Nocella 4 1 1 Dnlton 2 0 0 Ross 4 11 Schuman 3 0 1 F.Johnson 10 0 Robcrson 2 0 0 Sholl 0 0 0 Coleman 0 0 0 Smith Schisler Durbln Obermiller Larson Spillars Jackson John Holmes Henry Hi-Lo (4) ab r h 4 1 1 1 2 1 2 0 1 4 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 4 1 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 Totals 29 7 10! Totals 27 4 4 Cliff Anderson 402 100 0—7 Hi-Lo 210 100 0—4 Winning pitcher, Cheesrrran; losing pitcher, Spillars. READ THE WANT ADS! Speed of Lijie Draws Praise From Coach EVANSTON, 111. (AP) —Speed of the college All - Star football linemen drew praise today from defensive line coach Mike Scar ry. "It's the fastest group I've had since coaching All-Star teams," said Scarry. "As for the line backers, Bobby Bell (Minnesota) is the best outside line backer I've seen in camp. He's got all the moves and is as quick as a cat. "Lee Roy- Jordan (Alabama) and Lec Roy Caffey .(Texas A & M) form the best center line backing team I've had." Bell won Wednesday's time trials for linemen. In full football gear, he sprinted 50 yards in 5.85. There were raised eyebrows when the biggest man on the squad, 270-pound tackle Junious Buchanan of Grambling, was clocked in 6.15. has now taken two victories in succession from the Quad-Cities club. Lead-off man Fred Stevens carried the big stick for the winners last night with two hits in four times at bat. One of his blows was a four-bag- gcr, and he also crossed the plate four times during I'M course of the game. Blatz made use of only six hits to run up its score. However, Rock Island pitchers issued 14 free passes to Blatz batsmen. Marv Tidd, who has started against Blatz in all three contests, gave up is bases on balls before he was lifted in the fifth inning, Dick Fillman was the starter and winner for the locals. He gave way to Rusty, Potter in the seventh Fillman gave up four hits and walked three in his time on the mound. He struck out seven men and hit one batter Potter was touched for three runs on only one hit in his - appearance. He struck out two and walked one in a little Over two innings of work. Jack Ohlsen, in relief of Tidd, was charged with the setback. Blatz (12) Rock Island (7) PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Okla. City 3-7, San Diego 2-6 Tacoma 6, Portland 2 'Salt Lake City 4, Seattle 2 Dallas-Fort Worth 6-1, Spokane 4-3 Hawaii 11, Denver 4 TENNIS CHIC—Gloria Butler proves that elegance has a place on the tennis court. The British miss wore this Teddy Ttnling creation to the Hurlingham tennis party in London. Major League Box Scores ab r hi Stevens 4 4 21 Martens D.Johns'n 3 2 01 Ohlsen Holmes 3 2 II J.Baker Lester 0 1 OUa.Baker Bevard 4 0 0 Naert Mendez 3 0 0 Rinden Shea 3 10 Cook Tarochi'e 5 11 Empke Fillman 4 11 Summers Prina 2 0 1 Tidd Moore 0 0 01 Totals 3112 61 Totals 31 ~7 ~5 Score by innings: Rock Island 000 030 13— 7 Blatz 102 432 00—12 ab r h 3 0 1 4 0 1 4 10 4 1 0 4 2 2 4 10 4 11 2 10 2 0 0 2 0 0 Four Cards Sign ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Four veteran members of the St. Louis Cardinals signed Wednesday for the 1963 National Football League season. They were defensive backs Billy Stacy and Larry Wil son, center Bob Demarco and of fensive guard Ken Gray. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester 1-10, Toronto 0-3 Arkansas 7, Columbus 6 Buffalo 8-3, Atlanta 7-3 (1st game 14 innings, 2nd game sus pended end six innings, curfew) Indianapolis 5, Jacksonville 1 Richmond 12, Syracuse 7 GAME MILWAUKEE CHICAGO CHICAGO ab r hbll ab t hbl ab r h bl Mayc 5 1 3 0 Landr'm 5 1 1 0 U'hb'g'r 5 0 1 2 Mnthe's 5 1 1 1 Brock 3 I 1 0 Fox 5 0 3 0 H.A'on 5 3 2 1 Burton 4 1 3 2 Ward 4 0 1 1 Torre 5 1 3 2 Santo 3 0 0 1 Robin'n 5 1 1 0 Oliver 4 0 1 0 Banks 4 0 1 0 McCrnw 3 1 1 0 Jones 1 0 0 0 Hubbs 3 0 0 0 Landis 3 2 3 1 Mcnke 5 0 2 1 Schaffer 4 0 0 0 Hansen 4 2 2 3 Crand'l 4 0 1 1 Rodgers Hobble 4 1 2 0 Martin 4 1 1 0 Boiling 4 0 2 0 Rodgers Hobble 0 0 O 0 DeB'erc 2 0 1 0 Fischer 3 0 1 0 Toth 1 0 0 0 aMax'ell 0 0 0 0 Shaw 0 0 0 0 aRanew 1 0 O 0 bWeis 0 0 0 0 Warner 0 0 0 0 Wilhelm 0 1 0 1 ibBurke 1 Brewer cWillia's 0 0 1 0 0 0 000 1. 0 0 — — — — — — — — 1 — — — — WASHINGTON I ab r h bi j Bia'mo 4 0 0 0 King 4 0 0 0 Hinton 4 0 2 0 Osbor'e 4 0 0 0 Lock 4 110 Zlm'er 4 12 1 Cottier 4 0 10 Land'h 3 0 10 Retzcr 10 10 Daniels 3 0 11 Kline 0 0 0 0 Ridzik 0 0 0 0 Rudo'h 0 0 0 0 cPhill's 10 0 0 Totals 36 2 9 2| Totals 35 8 14 8 a—Walked for DeBusschere In 7th; b—ran for Maxwell in 7th; c— called out on strikes for Rudolph in 9th. Score by innings: Washington 000 000 200—2 Chicago 010 000 25x—8 E—Daniels. PO-A—Washington 24-15, Chicago 27-5. DP—Lock and Blasinganie. LOB—Washington 7, Chicago 8. 2B—Hinton. Zimmer, Fcx, Hershberger. HR—Hansen. SB—McCraw, Weis. SF—Ward. ip h r er bb»o Daniles L, 3-5 „_6>,& 8 3 3 1 3 xKline — — % 3 3 3 Ridzik ] / 3 ?22 Rudolph % 1 0 O DeBussc'c W, 1-2-7 7 2 2 Wilhelm 2 2 0 0 -Faced three men in 8th. HBP—By Daniels, McCraw. U— Salerno, Runge, Soar, Stewart. T— —2:37. A—10,217. NEW YORK ab r hbl 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 NIGHT GAME Kubek Rich'on Tresh Pepit'e How'rd Blanc'd Reed Lopez Boycr Bouton 3 0 4 2 4 2 4 0 1 0 2 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 MINNESOTA ab t hbl Versall's 4 Rollins 4 Killeb'w 3 0 Hall Allison Mincher Battey Allen Stange 0 0 OlaGreen Rogg'rk bWertz 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 10 0 0 0 Totals 41 6 16 6| Totals 33 4 8 4 a—Fouled out for Toth in 4th; b—hit sacrifice fly for Warner in 7th; c—hit into force play for Brewer in 9th. Score by innings: Milwaukee 201 011 100—8 Chicago 200 000 110—4 E—Santo. PO-A—Milwaukee 2712, Chicago 27-10. DP—Schaffer and Hubbs; Rodgers and Banks. LOB—Milwaukee 9, Chicago 6. 2B —Maye, Banks. 3B— H. Aaron, Rodgers. HR—Mathews, Burton. SB- Burton. S—Fischer. SF — Santo, Burke. ip h xFischer W, 2-2 —7 7 Shaw 2 1 Hobbie % 4 Toth L, 2-5 31 /3 4 Warner 3 7 Brewer 2 1 r •> bbto 4 4 13 x—Faced one batter in 8th. O 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0000 10 0 0 READ THE WAN! ADS! Evans: Jones Pro When He Took Amateur Crown By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN CHICAGO (AP)-Chick Evans, still playing tournament golf, rei'.ched his 73rd birthday today with some startling observations. >"The modern tournament pros buy their game in the golf shops," said the spry old timer who arose from the caddy ranks to win tiie U.S. Open and Amateur, the Western Open and eight Western Amateurs. "And Bobby Jones was an out- and-out professional when he won the National Amateur at Merion Cricket Club to complete his tinued in an interview. "In 1916-1918, I took Jones I said: 'Congratulations . for your "I know for a fact that Bobby around with me for more than I fine victory' and walked away pocketed a $25,000 check from Jack Warner (Warner Bros, studio in Hollywood) after he won the National Open at Interlachen prior to the U.S. Amateur. It was for Ids appearance in a golf movie. In my judgment, that certainly made him a pro." Evans still has the ruddy, boyish face that made him the. boy wonder of golf nearly half a century ago. His somewhat bitter feeling toward Jones, regarded by many as the world's greatest grand slam of 1930," Evans con-1 golfer, never has been a secret. DRIVE-IN THE CRAZED LOVE OF A PREHISTORIC GIANT FOR A RAVISHING TEEN-AGE GIRL! SATURDAY 1 DAY ONLY Trif MAME WRITTEN iN BIOQD! STARRING ARCH HAH, JR., MARILYN MANNING RICHARD KIEL (the lo,t so jar.t) WILLIAM WAITERS icd tm ta.e numid "THE DAY OF THE TRIFFIOS" plus and "THE CHOPPERS" 10,000 miles playing Red Cross benefits," said Chick. "I think tie will admit he learned a lot of golf from me. "But when he became a champion, I guess he got too big for n.^. He turned down my requests to make appearances. "Jones developed his game with his clubs rather than his skull. When I beat him 1-up for the 192C Western Amateur at Memphis, he had 22 clubs in his bag. I had seven. Vivid in Evans' memory is ; greatest when Jones trounced him 3 and; 7 for the 1927 National Amateur in Minneapolis. "It wasn't the beating so much a the way it was clone," recalled Chick. "On the first tee, Jones told me I had teed my ball in front of the markers. Later he called me for putting my finger into the grass (a habit I had formed) to test its depth and thickness before hitting my ball on the fairway. "On what became the last hole of our niatfh, 1 put ed two inches from the hole. I thought he might concede the two-inch putt, tt would have given me the hole and made the match dormie seven. "I looked at him and he just stood there, about a yard from me, and stared at me. I went up to my ball, and when I put mv putter head down, it touched the ball. "I looked up at Jones. 'The ball didn't move.' 1 said. "Jt sure did,' Jones replied. "I just shook his hand and Jones was a powerful hitter, like Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus," Evans added. "Perhaps the best part of his game was the ability to sink long putts. He had to, because from 50 yards out he was pitiful. "Jones the greatest golfer? Not by a long shot, in my book. I know it's tough to argue against his record. But I don't think he could hold a candle to Walter Hagen, when Walter really wanted to play. "There was the Totals 34 4 6 31 Totals 35 0 7 0 a—Flied out for Stange in 7th; b—flied out for Reggenburg in 0th. Score by innings: New York 010 200 001—4 Minnesota 000 000 000—0 E—Richardson, Boyer, Versalles, PO-A—New York 27-7; Minnesota 27-10. LOB—New York 5, Minnesota 9. 3B—Versalles 2. HR—Pepitone, Howard. h r er bbio 7 0 0 1 8 4 3 3 2 4 2 10 11 ip Bouton W, 12-5 -9 Stange L, 3-2 — .7 Roggenburk 2 WP—Roggenburk. U—Valentine. McKinley, Chylak, Rice. T—2:29. A—42,034. NIGHT GAME ST. LOUIS ab r h bi Flood 5 0 10 Kolb 3 0 0 0 aMusial 10 0 0 Carmel 10 0 0 Groat 3 12 0 White 4 12 1 James Boyer Javier CINCINNATI Bb 1 hbl 3 110 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 11 3 0 0 0 4 0 10 3 II 1 0 Rose Harper Pinson Robin'n Keoueh . . _ .. Edwards 4 0 0 01 Frcese 3 0 2 llCarden's .'J 0 0 0 4 1 1 OlhCole'an 0 0 0. 0 McCa'r 4 0 1 11 O'Toole 3 0 10 Gibson 3 0 1 OlcSkin'er 10 0 0 Totals35 3 10 31 Totals 31 1 5 1 a—Struck out ior Kolb in 7th; b —walked for Cardenas in 9th; c— fouled out for O'Toole in 9th. St. Louis 000 100 020—3 Cincinnati 100 OOO 000—1 E—None. PO-A—St. Louis 27-6, Cicinnati 27-9. DP—Groat, Javier and White. LOB—St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 9. 2B—Groat, White, McCarver, Robinson. SB—Javier, Robinson. ih r er bbio 5 1 I 4 12 10 3 3 3 7 iTBP—By Gibson, Rose. U— Vargo, Harvey, Weyer, Barlick. T Gibson W, 10-4 —9 O'Toole L, 13-8 .9 -2:28. A—10,557. HBP—By Fischer, Brock. U— Walsh, Burkhart, Conlan, Pela- koudas. T—2:32. A—17,094. SECOND NIGHT GAME CLEVELAND I LOS ANGELES ab r hbl 2 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 12 0 0 0 0 O 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 Pearson Fregosi Wagner Moran Torres Thomas Foiles Fowler Dees Foytack _ . . _ bR.Sad'i 10 0 0 E.Sado'i OOOO ab r h bi Franc'a 4 0 10 delaH'z 4 0 10 cRamos 0 0 0 0 Kirkl'd 3 0 10 Alvis 4 0 0 0 Adcock 4 0 0 0 Luplow 3 0 0 0 Azcue 2 0 0 0 Rama'o 10 0 0 Brown 3 0 10 Krali'k 2 0 0 0 aWhi'd 10 0 0 Aber'y 0 0 0 0 Totals31 0 4 0| Totals26 13 0 a—Filed out for Kralick in 8th: b—hit into double play for Foytack in 8th; c—ran for dela Hoz in 9th. Score by innings: Cleveland — 000 000 000—0 Los Angeles 000 010 OOx—1 E—None. PO-A- Cleveland 24-14, Los Angeles 27-6. DP—Abernathy, Adcock and Brown. LOB—Cleveland 5, Los Angeles 4. 3B—Foiles. SB—Kirkland. IP Karlick L, 9-8 7 Abernathy 1 Foytack W, 2-3 __8 Fowler 1 h i tt bbio 2 1112 1 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 6 10OOO WP—Kralick, Abernathy. U— Hurley, DiMuro. Carrigan, Flaherty. T—2:09. A—10,661. READ THE WANT ADS! HE REGREW HAIR 3 *-$m r '*7 >f r AV/{'/> For Dramatic Story See Page 3 of Section 1 SPECI FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY, JULY 19-20-21 FREE! FREE! FREE! 6 Pak of PEPSI-COLA WITH PURCHASE OF 8 GALLONS OR MORE GASOLINE. SPURGE0N CITIES SERVICE HENDERSON and DAYTON STS. Next to Northgate Bowling Lanes

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