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:^ PtftSix Monday, July 17, 1941 _J jRedlegs Have Trouble But Maintain Lead | By JACK HAND ,'A s Soeiated Press Sports Witer • •• Cincinnati's season-long I rouble With (he Chicago Cubs cost (ho fccds a full game of I heir National League lead Sunday when they bowed lo the Cubs 4-2 while the second-place Los Angeles Dodgers were oulslugging Pittsburgh ' in 10 inning.';. ic Reds still lead (he Dodgers five games despite their prob- iiis with (lie Cubs, who have won .0 out of l(i from Manager Freddie Hutchinson's crew. The Reds main worry i< C!cor"e / Allman. The Cub outfielder he< Came the league's player of I he month for June, largely through a nine-hit series against Cincinnati. He is well on his way to repealing in July with Cincinnati pitching providing the impetus. Altman. hilling .:ii;2 against Cincinnati with six of his Hi homers against the league leaders, heat them Sunday 4-2 with a tic-breaking homer in ihe sixth inning. Bob Anderson's no-hit pitching for 3 2-ii innings saved a fifth victory for Dick Ellsworth at the expense of rookie Ken Hunt. Los Angeles gained a full game on the Reds but they did it the hard way. blowing an early lead and finally beating Pittsburgh 12-11 on Johnny Roseboro's 10th- inning triple. Roseboro's ninth-inning homer had helped the Dodgers tie it up despite five home runs by the Pirates. Bill Maxero- ski hit two and Diek Stuart. Roberto Clcmente and Dun lloak each hit one. San Francisco, making a belated move since the All-Star break, thumped the Phillies ?-:! With two homers by \Villie Mays and one by Matty A!ou. Sam Jones, making his first start since June 13. was the winner over Jim Owens with relief help from Stu Miller. The victory moved the Giants into third place. Joe Adcock hit two homers and Travs Kick Lookouts Into SecondPlace By VERNON BUTLER j As so ciatecl Press Sports Writer i | Charlie Rabe was a disappoint- 1 nient in two previous Southern Association whirls with the Nash- '\ille Vols, but the veteran left- hander has demonstrated advanced pitching skills since ho hooked up with the Macon Peaches. '• The big southpaw, once a thrower in search of nothing but , strikeouts, now boasts one of the 'shrewdest pitching minds in the league. His current record (11-1) and his seven consecutive victories emphasize his considerable improvement. i Ralje checked the Mobile Bears and Macon scored a 4-3 triumph Sunday to shove the Bears back into the Southern cellar behind the rain-idled Nashville Vols. Birmingham, continuing to exert ;i strange mastery over the Atlanta club in the Crackers' own park, returned to the league lead via a Si-3 verdict in a game shortened to eiglil inings by a heavy rainstorm. Little Rock kicked Chattanooga into second place 11-0 behind Bo Belinsky and Jim Lohew. Their scheduled second game was rained out, and Hope M Star SPORTS '• Lee Maye added another in Milwaukee's y-l romp over St. Louis whose only score was a pinch homer by Carl Warwick. Bob Ilcndley, rokie lefty, won with ; aid from Don Nottebarl. i In the American League, Detroit regained first by half a game and one percentage point by whipping Kansas City ll-i and 8-3 despite New Yorks 2-1 victory over Baltimore. Cleveland beat Minnesota 7-5 and then lost tu the Twins J2-lj. Los Angeles blasted Wash- iiv-Uon U-2 and then lost 4-3 in 0 innings. Chicago edged Boston 4-3 but the Red Sox took the second ;Ki in 12 innings. Anderson took over from Ellsworth in ihe Reds-Cubs game with two on base in the sixthm He struck out Jerry Lynch, the iitcds,' (op pinch-hitter, and made Don GUisingamc fly out. Detroit Flexes Muscles, Takes Over First Place By JACK HAND Associated Pre s s Sp°rts Write 1 " Detroit flexed i(s muscles Sunday with six home runs to back up complete games by Don Mossi and Phil Regan and regained (he American League lead from New York by a half-game anil one percentage point. Rocky Colavilo hit Iwo and Norm Cash, Al Kaline, Diek Mc- [ Nashville was rained out at Shreveport. Mobile rapped eight hits off Rabe, including home runs by Steve Jankowski and Pidgc Browne. Rabe and (he Peaches were never behind after Macon jarred loser Tom Richards for three runs in the second inning. Birmingham used the long ball to excellent advantage in making it five in a row over the Crackers this season in Atlanta. Baron catcher John Sullivan unraveled a 2-2 tie in the sixth with a two-run homer, and Leo Smith followed j with a two-run wallop in Ihc seventh. Baron ace Howie Koplitz ran his season record to a shining 13-2 with a fiv-hittcr. Little Rock clouted Chattanoga starter Bob Milo for four runs and five hits in the first inning, and Ed Richardson padded the lead further by drilling a three-run homer off Lou Dcbole in the third. Belinski permitted only two singles in five innings before retiring with an achng arm. Leliew, | a rght-handed sidearm specialist, went the last four and also allowed obky two singles. Herman Otjburn THIS BLEVINS MAN, HERMAN Ogburn, stepped over this five foot rattle snake while crossing a meadow near Bnrto Hill's place at Blevins. He killed if with his fishing pole, It had 11 rattlers. Save Twice at CHILDS...LOW Prices Plus S&H Green Stamps CHOICE QUALITY VEAL LOIN OR Round Steak 79 CHOICE QUALITY VEAL, PIKES PEAK OR Rump Roast Lb. 69 CHOICE QUALITY VEAL Steak 85 ORANGE SLICES OR Gum 30 Oz. 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Valery Brume!, the wonderful Soviet teen-ager, smashed Ihe world high jump record by clearing 7 feet, -1 inches under wretched conditions and Ralph Boston of Tennessee Slate lopped his own pending world broac jump record of 27 feet, '.!• inch by soaring 27 feet, 1 inches. .America's John Thomas cleared 7 feel, 2 inches in the high jump but missed three times at 7 feet, 4 inches although he was almost over on his last shot. The Sovicl women completely Palmer Now Going After National PGA NEW YORK 'API — Arnold Palmer, back home again after fighting off rain, wind and a cantankerous course to capture the British Open golf championship, says he's delermined lo win the National PGA title in Chicago later this month. "I want lo win it more than ever now," Palmer said (luring a brief stopover Sunday en route to his home in Latrobe, Pa. "It's the only major one I haven't won, you know." The 31-year-old ace of American golfers won his first British Open dominated their meet, winning eight of 10 events. "We only made (hem separate meets because of our American friends." complained Leonid Kho- menkov. chief of the Soviel version of Ihe A-A-U. dropping a few sour grapes on the way. "Don't they total up all (he gold medals in the Olympics for both men and women? "The United Slates is the only nation in the world (hat separates its men's and its women's teams. We will never discriminate against our women in the Soviet Union. As far as we are concerned we won 17 events to America's 15." The other United States victories Sunday were by Jay Silvester of Ihe U.S. Army in the discus Forks, N.D. in the 400 - meter hurdles—f)0.5, Jim Bcatty in Ihe 1.500 meters—li:43.fi, which equals a 4:00.8 mile, and Ihe UiOO-meter relay, with Adolph Plummer, Chuck Fra/icr Earl Young, and Ulis Williams. :i:08.fi. 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Chuck Essegian's two homers helped Cleveland dump Minnesota in the first game 7-5 but Lenny Green, who had eight hits in 11 trips during the afternon, slammed a triple, double and three singles in the Twins, 12-3 triumph in the second game. After Los Angeles rapped out 1,'i hits, including three-run homers by Steve Bilko and Ken Hunt in an 11-2 first game romp over Washington, the Angels lost the second 4-3 in the 10th on a pair of walks by Ilyne Duron and a bad throw by catcher Del Rice. Boston salvaged a split with Chicago when the Red Sox broke through with two runs in the 12lh inning for a 5-3 victory in the second game after the White Sox took the first 4-3 on Minnie Minoso's two-run single in the ninth. Cincinnati's National League lead was cut to five games when the Chicago Cubs beat the Ueds 4-2 on George Altman's homeland second-place Los Angeles rallied to top Pittsburgh 12-11 on Johnny Roseboro's lOth-inning triple. 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