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THE RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES SECTION THREE AUGUST 2, 1959 Brue Routs SImonson B-7 for Crown Dodgers Spot Phils 2-0 Lead, Then Win 5-3 LOS ANGELES ~ iJP) — A 10-hit attack,and the combined three-hit pitching of Sandy Koufax and Clem Labine gave Los Angeles a 5-3 victory over Philadelphia Saturday night. Los Angeles remained a half game back of first place San Francisco and is just three percentage points behind second- place Milwaukee. The Dodgers erased a two- run lead earned by the cellar- dwelling Phillies in the fourth on Wally Post's homer, which came with Ed Bouchee aboard on a walk. The Dodgers broke loose with five hits and three runs in their half of the fourth. Ron Fairly's single drove in two runs and Jim Gilliam singled in the other. Koufax, who was lifted for Fairly, allowed just one hit- Post's homer. Labine, who relieved him, gave up only two hits, including a homer by Joe Koppe, in five innings. The Dodgers got their fourth and fifth runs in the seventh, when Duke Snider drove in Jim Gilliam and Wally Moon with a 400-foot triple to center. Gilliam had doubled and Moon walked. Snider also got two singles that pushed his batting average over .300. Post's home run was his 12th of the year, and Koppe's was his second. Labine Saves it Putting Torrid Again OS Finals Jinx Ends Aaron, Mathem, P'izarro Are Stars Braves St ill Hot Batter Cards 8-1 rhiUdelphla—:i Itos Anxelcs— r> ABRII. ABRH Koppcss 4 1 1101111am,3b 4 1 2 0 ONcal.ab :i 0 1 liMoon.U 3 1 1 1 Snider.rf 0 0 Larkerlb 0 olDemRlcr.cf 0 0|Ro.veboro,c Ashbiirn.cf 4 Bouchee.lb 2 Po.-it.rf 4 Freese.3b 4 HolRcr.lf 4 O.And'on.2b 1 c-Phllley 1 Lonnctt.o 3 Owens,p 2 Phillips. p 0 b-Drake 1 Koblnson .p 0 Wills,ss Kouinx p . . n-Fnlrly 0 0 Labine.p 0 0 0 o! 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 5 10 Totals 30 3 3l Totals a—Singled for Koufax In 4th; b— Struck out for Phillips In 8th; c— Popped out for Q. Anderson In Dth. Philadelphia 000 200 010—3 Los AnRclcs 000 300 20x—5 E—Koppe, Frecsc. PO-A—Philadelphia 24-», Los Anijeles 27-9. DP— O. Anderson, Koppe and Bouchee 2. LOB—Philadelphia 4, Los Annelcs 7. RBI—Koppe. Post 2. Ollllam. Snider 2. Fairly 2. 2B—aiUlam. 3B—Snider, HR— Post, Koppe. S—Neal. IP H R ERBBSO Owtnx (L, 7-B) . 6', 10 5 6 2 3 Phillips % 0 0 0 0 1 Robinson 1 o 0 0 0 1 Koufax 4 1 2 2 4 7 Labine (W, 5-8) .5 2 110 1 PB—Roseboro. U—Dixon. Smith, Dascoll, Secory. T—2;27. A—30,836. (46,713 Including non-paid). (Picture on Page 3) MILWAUKEE — i/P) — The Milwaukee Braves staged a five-run uprising in the seventh inning to romp to an 8-1 victory over St. Louis Saturday behind the six-hit pitching of Juan Pizarro. It was Milwaukee's ninth victory in 10 games. A three-run homer by Eddie Mathews, his 30th of the season, climaxed the Braves' big seventh inning at the expense of Marshall Bridges, second of three Cardinal pitchers. No. 4 for Juan Rookie Ernie Broglio. St. Louis starter, also felt the impact of Milwaukee power. Henry Aaron smashed his 29th Chisox by Two Ahead Games Qrcen.lf Slevers.lb Aspro'le,2b Korcht'k.c Pascual,p Hyde ,p Totals a—Han 30 for CHICAGO —(/PI— Jim Landis' errant double scored two| w.shinisioii— runs with one out in the ninth and gave the first place Chicago a 2-1 victory over Washington Saturday, stretching the Senators' losing streak to 14 games. Held to one hit until the ninth, the Sox increased their American League leadership to two games over Cleveland in a thrilling finish. The loss was hung on relief­ er Dick Hyde, who spelled starter Camilio Pascual in the eighth after Pascual had to quit because of an ailing elbow. Pascual held the Sox hitless until Billy Goodman's one-out double in the seventh. Torgy Races Home With one-out in the ninth, Norm Cash walked and reached third on Earl Torgeson's single. Landis smashed a looping drive to centef. The ball eluded center fielder Bob Allison, scoring Cash and Torgeson, who dashed all the way from first with the winning run. Chicago's winner was Gerry Staley, who relieved starter Great Finish ABRH 4 0 0 t'hlc»|0—'J Aparlclo.ss Versalles.ss . - - . Throne'y.rf 3 0 1 Pux.Sl) Alllson.cf 3 0 o;3mlth,lf Klllebrew.3b 4 1 l!Lollar.c Lemon,rf 4 0 l|aoodman,3b 0 0 o'a-Esp'slto,3b 3 0 flic-Cash 3 0 1, 3 0 0 3 0 0 •0 0 0 |TorKeson,lb Landis,cf McAnany.rJ Moore,p b-Slmpson Staley,p AB R H 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 homer of the season off him in the sixth—the Braves slugger's fifth in the last four games. Broglio, however, had held the Braves to five hits and three runs before he was lifted for a pinchhitter. Pizarro, Braves' 22-year-old southpaw, chalked up his fourth straight victory against one defeat. Except for the fourth inning when the Cards scored a run on singles by Gino Cimoli, Alex Grammas and Joe Cunningham, he was in full command at all times. He struck out five and walked two. The Braves scored their first run in the first inning. Eddie Mathews singled, stole second and got an extra base on catcher Hal Smith's overthrow. Joe Adcock drove Mathews home with a single, extending his hitting streak to 11 straight games. In the fourth after Aaron and Adcock singled, the Braves tallied again. Aaron scored from third as Wes Covington hit into a double play. In the Braves' big seventh, a walk, a single and an intentional pass to Del Crandall filled the bases. Pizarro's sacrifice fly brought in one run. Bobby Avila drove in another Crumbling Cards SI. LouU—I AB R H nrs'Kame,2b 4 0 0 Oriimmiis.ss 4 Clmoll.cf,lf 4 Boycr.3b 3 C'nlnt!h'm,rf 4 White,lb 3 Oliver,If 2 tt-Jnbloiiskl 1 b-Flood,cf 1 Smith,c 4 BroBllo.p 2 c-Oray 1 BrldKi!S,p 0 Urban,p 0 Milwaukee—H Avlln.2b |Mathews,3b Aaron,rf Adcock,lb jCovlnKton.lf (1-Mayc,lf Brulon,cf Logan, ss _ . Crandall,c 0 0|Rlce,c 0 0Plzzaro,p 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 AB R n 4 1 1 2 —Journal-Times Photo Bobby Bruc, center, gets a handshake ahd the amateur championship golf trophy shortly after winning the state crown from Harry Simonson here Saturday. Congratulating Brue is Ed Walsh, vice president of the Wisconsin Slate Golf Assn. At right is the association secretary, Robert S. Crlchton. Ali are from Milwaukee. Major League AMKKK A.N I.rA<Hii; Totals 33 1 6 0 0 a 0 3 Chlcnuii 2iClcvi-lnii(l 2| KBIIMI^ CUV Oinaltlmdic riJilroU O'New York i ;nosion 0: Wu.'ililnnton 0 0 VV I'll) !>ll rii r>i 4U 44 43 1.. 40 •y.\ ft» .Si hi fill (iO Pit. .IIUO .fins .urn .48(1 .4iir> ,431 .417 on U'J 10 11'i 17 IB'i. Totals 30 8 B NATIONAL I.KA «aiK W. L. Prt. ,sn 45 .S(i3 611 44 .sno SU 47 .557 SO WX .4Un 50 54 .481 48 55 .400 4H 55 .4flU .42 5B .416 fliin Francisco Milwaukee . . .OS AnKeles . . Cl'.lCKHO 'lllsburKh . .. St, Louis .... Cincinnati Philadelphia a-Sa'fe on iMriir for Oliver In Tdi; b- Ran for Jablonskl In 7th; c-Popped up for Broglio In 7th; d-Ran for Covington In 7th. at. Louis 000 100 000—I Milwaukee , 100 1 0 1 50x—8 E Smith. Covington, Mathews. PO-A— St. Louis 24-11, Milwaukee 27-10. DP— Blaslngame. Grammas and White; Clrnm- mas, Blaslngame and White, LOB—St, Louis 7, Milwaukee 1. RBI—Cunningham. AvIla, Mathews 3, Aaron, Adcock, Pliarro. HR -Aiiroti. Mathews. SB—Mathews 8P—Pizarro. IP H R EK nn SO BrORllo (L, 5-7) 6 5 3 3 0 4 Bridges 2', 3 5 .5 2 0 Urban I'j 1 0 o fl o PIzorro (W, 4-1) » 0 112,'. WP—Plzano, U — Dolmore, Barlick. JnckowskI, T- 2:02. A- 20,102. ItcNults .Satiirdiiy Kan.siis C:Uv •<, New Yiirk 1 t.'lilc.iKi) 2, VV;i,-.|iliiHliiii 1 1)01 rent (), llustini 2 BallllUdip 5, Clrvi'lFiiul 2 (iuiiit's i'lidity Nrw York at KIDIMI.S Cilv ricirv 3-Bl vs. Ilrrbi'il 110-71, 2,30 pin, Wakluiij;lciii lit Chiciiuo rji - Fl.srliiT (B- «t and Kcimnini ifi-lOi v,s, I'lcrci' (12111 and Shaw ill-;ii , 1 JO p in Bo.ston ill Del roll MdiKiliumnicLte (3- 3l vs. Koyiiick il(-!)i. 130 pin, liaUlnioic lit ClrvcluiKl iL'i I>app«s (11-51 and Wllhclni ilO-7i v,s Uell (1U-I)I and McH.-.h (13-4i, I2,3U p iii (5-8 KPSUU> HaluriUr Los Angeles 5, PhllHdpl|)hla 3 CmcliiiiutI 12, Chicago 3 Milwaukee H, St. Louis 1 Bun Francisco 9, Pittsburgh 5 fianips Today Chicago at Cincinnati -Iflllman v.s Hook (1-01. 1:30 p.m. St. Louis at Milwaukee (21—Jackson iB-»i and MIzell (ll-Oi vs. Jay (4-7i and Uurdetlc 14-10), 1:30 pm Phlladcliihla at Los Angeles Cardwell (5-(ii vs Craig (11-2), 4 p.m, Pittsburgh at San Franrlsco Kline (710) vs. Antonelll (14-0), 3:30 p m. I with a single. Then Mathewsj hit for the circuit, driving inj Crandall and Avila. Chisox Purchase Hurler McBride 1 41 Totals Goodman in 28 2 3 7th; b Walked for Moore In 8th; ^c—Walked for Esposlto In »th. Washington 000 100 000—1 Chicago 000 000 003—2 E—Goodman. Klllebrew, Aspromonto. Vcrsalles. PO-A—Washington 25-12, Chi- cage 27-7. DP—Korchek-Klllebrew, LOB —Washington 7, Chicago 7. RBI—Aspromonte, Landis 2. 2B—Kllle­ brew, Goodman, Landis, SB—Landla. 8—Aparlclo. 8F—Aspromonte. IP 11 R ER BB SO Pascual 7 1 0 0 2 6 Hyde (L, 1-2) ... ,l',i 2 2 2 2 0 Moore 8 4 1 1 4 7 Staley (W, 3-31 .1 0 0 0 0 1 IIPB—Dy Pascual (Landis). O- Stcvens, Napp, Rice and Rommel. T— 2:29. A—12,376, Johnson Takes Wilmot Feature In This Section: Sports ... .Pages 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Markets Pages 6, 7 Classified, Pages 7,8,9,10,11 Ray Moore at the start of the ninth. 4th in a Row It was the fourth triumph in a row for the White Sox who have captured eight victories in their last nine decisions and now lead by their widest margin of the season. Washington's run came in the fourth on Harmon Kille- i brew's double, Jim Lemon's single and Ken Aspromonte's fly. The White Sox have won 14 of the last 15 one-run games in which they were involved and now hold a season one-run- game mark of 25-4, ,*! A record crowd of 3,748 watched Erik Johnson of Chicago, fastest qualifier in 52.72 m.p.h., win the 25-lap feature Saturday night at Wilmot Speedway. Russ Sorenson of Racine took the 15-lap semi-windup with Paul Coen of Milwaukee second. Norm Lopesti of Chicago third, and Jim Lobner of Racine fourth. Jack Frost of Zion was runner-up in the main race with Paul Bell of Antioch third, Karl Kulow of Slinger fourth, and Rod Fuller and John Larabee of "Racine fifth and sixth, respectively. The winners split a record purse of $1,650. er Ken McBride from Indianapolis of the American Assn. To make room for the 23- year-old righthander, the Sox optioned veteran outfielder Larry Doby to San Diego of the Pacific Coast League. McBride piled up an 11-5 record at Indianapolis with a 2.79 earned run average. He pitched 8 complete games in 19 starts and allowed 125 hits in 145 innings. He had 86 strikeouts and 72 walks. Mc- Swim Club Cops Age Group Title Copping 1.'5 individiKil first places and three? relays, Ra-, . Hi)n|)M)(i cine Swim Cltib S;Uurday night h>»i";*' won the Wisconsin .state age group championship at Whitefish Bay. ' »«. 1 1 ! Anion Pat Miner .swept liiree chain- iMnyc ()-and -iinder |M«i'ii"ws ' Adcipck llruton CDVliK'.liin rraiidiill How They're Hitting WIIITF. SO.X AB R II 2U 31) HR Rbl Ave 414 52 137 24 5 2 4B .331 .71 9 2 :1 4 0 U4 8 20 5 2 3U7 C8 100 II 3 3.'>a 43 OU 16 2 2116 3.1 75 IB 1 338 4B 87 16 4 Fox llMinaiio .McAiiiiiiy AparlcU) l.ollar I'lilllips Lundls Siiilll) .. lilVlMll Diiby Isipuslto Cu.sh 'I'oI'gChon 2117 43 71 II 4 on II 23 6 3 113 fl 26 4 2 22 ,•) .•> 1 0 80 10 18 0 1 200 28 4,') 4 2 73 r, 17 b 1 44 4 U 0 1 124 B 22 6 0 'liMiin batting - At bat, 3433 percentage, .254. 3 0 5 13 . 4 27 4 42 10 34 1 7 0 13 1 1 2 8 8 36 3 13 1 4 0 6 hits, 873; CHICAGO —(^)— The Chi-! cago White Sox announced, P'.^n'l'i'Ps Saturday the purchase of pitch- division-breast, fly and free - - •• a;'e f^ioiip records in I'lilko , like Avila Mantilla Loputa and set all. Karl i^iulat also hung up a pair of marks in winning the fly and free races for 11-12 boys. Another tifiuble winner was Judy Jano.s in the butler- fly and breast stroke for girls Other winners for Racine were: .Sally Rimkus, lO-and- under back; Dan Dunham. 10- and-under breast; Chuck Rimkus, 11-12 breast; Jon Pellegrin, 13-14 back; Mike Von lUHVES AB It II ai) lb ItR Rbl Ave 41)7 75 148 35 4 20 85 .364 31 3 10 1 0 0 3 .323 2U7 30 02 13 0 13 36 .310 375 77 114 7 8 30 73 ,304 215 26 65 7 1 12 42 .302 315 51 01 15 3 5 20 .280 322 3J on 15 2 5 35 ,280 34H 41 HI) 12 0 12 46 .256 68 B 17 3 0 2 12 .250 IH2 10 45 11 I 1 2.S .247 04 10 22 5 1 I 11 .234 . 14 2 3 0 0 0 1 .214 43 8 8 0 1 1 6 ,180 139 lU 23 2 0 2 8 .105 35 0 2 0 0 0 0 .057 By Curm Papara The final score suggests that onsnn. 8-7, Saturday at Racine Country Club for the state amateur golf championship. But a quick check show.", that the 155-pound Bruc did it legally, with woods, irons and a putter — especially the latter. Thwarted the past three years in the slate amateur finals, Bruc, who is the current state open king, look out his revenge by firing eight straight birdies at his Madison opponent. Five of the one-uiider- par holes came on the front; nine of the second round when Bruc tore the match wide open, sinking pulls from eight lo 20 feet time and again. Quick Is Beaten The slaughter ended on the 29th hole which Brue halved to end any slim hope his 44- year-old foe may have had. In the Junior tourney, Tom Anderson, I8-ycar-old Beloit High baskeleer-golfer, turned back John Quick. 15, of Burlington, 3-2, after posting a par four on the 16th. The winner in the Junior vice-presidential flight, for 16-ycar-old boys and under, was John Maincr, Neenah, who beat Racine's Don Kurtcn 1-up in an 18-hole match. Both shot 79s. Brue was not quite as sharp Saturday as he was Friday in easing Archie Dadian out of Ihe somi-finals, but the North Hills linksman slill was good enough, beating the card by two strokes over the 29^ hole match. Tough With Irons Brue throughout the day experienced trouble with his wogd shots but he played his usual strong iron game and stroked a skillful putter. In the morning play, he one-putted seven greens in shooting a 37-34—71. 'par at RCC for the tournament. The match was all square after 13 holes but it suddenly veered Brue's way when the Milwaukeean won the 14lh, 15th and 16th with a birdie three and two pars. At the same time, Simon.son bogeycd all three holes. After thai, it was no contest. Brue, exactly 20 years younger than Simonson. tore the course apart in the afternoon, with five birds on the first nine holes of the final 18. He had a four on the first, dueced the third, filth and ninth, and cut a stroke off par on the seventh. After 27 holes, Brue had a huge 8-ui) load and for the gallery of 400 or The Cards AMATKL'H Par oul 553 434 S43-3B 111 111' 403 424 853—37 ,'UlllllllMltl 453 434 454—38 pin- 111 344 444 543—3» llnir li\ 344 434 B43-34 Hiinnii iin III ',' 344 455 643—3(1 llnii' Oul 452 525 452—34 Hlllinnvili Out 553 535 553—3» Ilrii" III 34 .Slnioh'.nll 111 34 ICNIOKS Plir mil 553 434 543—38 Alldri .MFIi mil 554 444 634—38 giiick mil mil 543 425 543—35 I'lir In 344 444 543-35—71 Aliilri-'ion III 344 345 843—38—7J tjiiIcK III 455 445 543-3D—74 Aiuli'i sun out 643 434 444—38 Cjuli'k mi 553 845 443—38 Aiiflri Mm III 445 348 4 tjilick 111 344 44B 8 AlHli'i.'.nn wtir^. 3 and 2 on 7', 8', 10 10 15 10 .324 16 .300 40 ,275 56 .267 .262 .357 .247 .235 .230 .227 .225 .225 .219 .205 .177 Yanks Hand A's 2-1 Decision, Kucks Winner KANSAS CITY —im— The Kansas City Athletics scored twice without a hit in a rhu« barb filled fourth inning Saturday night and whipped the New York Yankees 2-1 behind Johnny Kucks' tight pitching. The loser was Art Ditmar, whose wildness and a balk with (ho bases filled gave the A'8 their first run. Ditmar gave up only four hits in the seven Innings he pitched but an error by Faye Throneberry on Russ Snyder's grounder started the New York righthander toward trouble. After Dick Williams grounded out. Ditmar walked both Roger Maris and Jerry Lumpe, filling Ihe bases. When Ditmar hesitated after starling to pitch to Kent Hadley, umpire Ed Hurley called a balk. The Yankees rushed in lo protest, led by an articulate manager, Casey Stengel but all that came of it was the banishment of shortstop Tony Kubek^ Hadley then filed to Hank Bauer at the right field fence and Maris came home after the catch with the winning run. Kucks' Revenge Nrw York—I DauiT.rf Kubi'k.ss Uoyi'i.ss ;-81auglilcr UuriMi.p Maiulii,cf Hrrra.c 2 Howard,If 4 I,i)pi'z,3b 4 •|"r'n'b'ry,lb 3 Ill(;irirsn,2b 3 Oil mar,11 2 a-Illunciuird 1 b-M'Ug'ld,H,s 0 AD n It 4 0 0 2 0 0 I 0 1 1 fl 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 1 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 I 0 1 0 0 Kaniai Gltr—3 ABRH Tuttle.cf Snyder,If WllllBms,3b Marls,rf Lumpe,ss iHadley.lb Chltl.c T'rw'llg'r,2b Kucks,p Totals 30 1 7 Totals 27 a 8 a-Hlngl<Hl [or Ultinar In 8th; b-Ran for nliinclmrd In Blh: c-Hlt Into double play 010 000 000— I 000 200 oox—a l.umpe. PO-A—New tor liiiyi'r In Bth New York Kiinsiis r .'lly K I'lirijin 'liiTry, Voik 21-10, Kmisus City 27-lB. DP— Berr». Kiilii'k and Illcharuson; Kuclts, Ter- wlllli;cr iind Iladlpv; Lumpe, Terwllllger anil lliidlry, noyi'r, Richardson and Tliniiichcrry. LOB -New York 6, KaniM Cllv 4, uni Richardson, Hadlcv. 2B—Lopei, Hiiycr. HU Tuttlu. SF - Hadloy, n> H R ERUBflO nitmar (L, 7-7) 7 4 2 0 2 4 Dunn I 1 0 0 0 a KuckK (W, 6-0) 0 7 1113 lly Kuoks (Hcrra 2). Balk—Dlt- so who trailed the match all 1 mar." i)"''pirpiuViiaV"''Hurr^^ stewan, Uiingiv T 2:00. A -31,077. '•i'l-am baltliiir At bat,'3464;'hU.s, 915; perccnlagp, .264. (Turn to Page 3, Col. 5) ORYSDALE HONORED CINCINNATI —(m— Don Drysdale, the Los Angeles Dodgers' star right - handed pitcher who had a 6-0 record during July, Saturday was named winner of the National League's player-of-lhe-month laward. Bride is expected to report iniConten 1,'M4 butterfly; and time for today's doublehcader Elsie Dodger, 1;M4 back, with Washington, Also competing for Racine were Sarah Evans, May Jo and (Kathy Poslorino, Ted Evans, iTom Iloweli, Sue Birkholz, I Martha Evans, and Margaret 'Jones. Racine compiled 187 points ,10 172 for Whitefish Bay. Trail- SAN FRANCISCO—(/?)—A'i'"« O'"'^^''* ^ere Waukesha, second inning fracas in whichLife Guards, Green almost the entire Pittsburgh;^''y' l-'wrence College, and San Francisco baseball nanks T. Taylor Norpn Walls ThoHLson Dark , Long 3, Taylor Schult , .lackHon AVDI'III Mamhall Allinan Moryn Ncrmiin Eaddy Ump * * • It Was Lousy Fight AB R II 2b 3b HR Rbl Ave 391 05 121 15 5 29 09 .309 401 58 111 20 4 3 20 .277 59 6 16 2 1 0 0 .271 203 35 76 15 3 5 26 .259 269 39 69 13 1 9 37 ,297 ,335 44 86 12 6 1 27 .257 250 30 63 9 3 12 32 .252 238 25 60 8 2 7 28 ,262 33 5 8 2 0 0 4 ,242 57 7 14 3 1 I 9 ,248 111 15 27 5 fl 7 27 .243 .168 19 38 4 0 7 27 .241 240 31 58 7 4 5 19 .233 265 28 61 9 0 0 26 .230 53 3 8 0 0 1 4 .151 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,000 squads milled and pushed Saturday actually was a "lousy fight," chief umpire Jocko Con- Ian declared. If it had been a good fight, I would have thrown out three or four of them," Conlan said after the game ended in a 9-5 San Francisco Giant victory. Teain battlng'-At bal,"34Vfl,"hit.s, 8S8 pcrccntagp, ,240. Homers Saturday (Sraann's Total in rarenthescs) AMKItlCAN l,i:A(ii;K Triundos, Orlolos i23l C'lulslcy, Tigers (5i NATIONAL LKAdl'K Koppe. Phillies 12) Post, Phillies 1121 Aaron, Braves i20i Mathews, Bruve.s |30) Plnson, Redlegs ll4i Purkey. Redlegs iD Lynch, Redlegs iI3i ADD lOTH GAME HOUSTON ~ (/!') — University of Houston athletic director Harry Fouke said the Cougars have added a 10th game for their 1959 schedule and will play Washington State here Nov. 26. The Thanksgiving Day game will be in the afternoon. Minor League Results INTKKNATIONAL LKAGDE Miami 2-4, Montreal 0-5 Buffalo 8, Richmond 1 Toronto 21, Havana 2 AMKKICAN ASSOCIATION Dallas 4, Minneapolis 2 Houston 3, St. Paul 2 Charleston 7, Louisville 2 PACIflt; COAST I.KAOCK San Diego 0. Vancouver 8 Spokane 6, Sacramento,!, Boaltl* 6, FboenU t ,' —Jouiual-Times Photo Toqi Anderson strokes a mighty iron en route to hit championship win over Burlington's John Quick In tlia Junior golf tourney at Racine Country Club Saturday. The Beloit High athlete parred the 16th to gain a 3-2 win over the Burlington youth. \

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