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THE RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES SECTION THR^E AUGUST 9, 1959 90J51 Watch Braves Lose to LA 4-2 Bays Produce 5 Touchdowns in Scrimmage GREEN BAY — i/P) — The ^ Green Bay Packers belted each other around in bruising mid- season fashion Saturday in their first intra-squad clash of the year. A crowd of 11,566 football- hungry fans turned out to cheer their National Football League favorites. Five touchdowns were scored as Vince Lombardi, new head coach and general manager, divided his squad into offensive and defensive units. There was no fooling around on the field as jobs were at stake. Lombardi plans to trim his 55-man complement early next week. The offensive team looked sharp but the defensive unit managed to push across a touchdown when Bill Butler, a rookie from Chattanooga, took a punt and raced 55 yards down the sidelines late in the first period. A few minutes later, veteran quarterback Bart Starr passed to Paul Hornung on a 34-yard scoring play capping a 73-yard march. Western Bows to Holland 8-2 Two bad innings saw Western Printing lose a 2-0 lead and wind up with an 8-2 loss to the Holland Inkers in a game played Saturday night at Horlick Athletic Field. Western took a 2-0 lead in the second when Bob Treiber and Jack Povaser singled. Al Podolak walked to load the bases and in infield error on John Hartnett's grounder let in two runs. The leqd vanished in the Inkers three-run sixth with a walk, a pair of doubles and a walk doing the damage. In the seventh the visitors counted four more on three singles and J. Swensen's over - the - wall home run. Wr»tern Prlntlnic—'!jlloll*nd Inkers—« «n r> u ATt T> Major League t'mmmmmim- t'mmmimim^' tmrnmrnm Drysdale Fans Nine, Braves Still 21 Out AMi;i(l('A\ i.RAdUR VI. (14 n4 M . 83 R2 . 63 .60 44 4'i 64 M 6R 5» (Id I 'd. .1104 Ml .600 .4g6 ,4«1 .477 .469 .400 (IB I'j U 11' J 13 13' J 16'.a 23 -AP Wlipphnto Footballs and players were flying in Green Bay's City Stadium as the Packers held an intra-squad scrimmage Saturday. Above, Buddy Mayfield (blue 83) carried John Symanek (white 27) on his back after catching a pass in second quarter. Lewis Carpenter (white 25) also battled Mayfield. A crowd of 11,000 turned out for game. AD R H Antlcr.son,rf 3 0 . 0 HBWk „s.s Nlelscn,2b 3 WltfRlcl,p,.S8 4 Kxncr.c May.lb Trdber.lf Povnser.cf Podolak,3b «-nuntlng Hlnett..is,p b-Betker 0 OiKranz.p 0 ll31i'r.s,3b 0 OlOlandDr.lf 0 OSwpnspn.lb 1 liQiitst.rt 1 I'Clchon.cf 0 0!FPl!!kP,c 0 I'Mcyer.Sb 0 01 0 C AB R H 6 1 2 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 Totals 29 2 4' Tolnl.s 36 8 11 n-SlnslPd for Portolak In 8th b-Oroundnd out for llnrtiipit In 9tli JIoUaiKl Inkprs 000 003 401 —R Western Printing 020 000 000—2 Curcio *«* Wilmot Winner Pirates Edge Cubs 4-3 in 14 Innings CHICAGO— i/P) —The Pittsburgh Pirates, a band of extra- inning specialists, cashed in on Rocky Nelson's run - scoring double in the 14th inning and defeated the Chicago Cubs 4-3 Saturday. The triumph. Pittsburgh's 14th against one loss in overtime games, lifted the Pirates into a tie for fourth place with Chicago. Balk Hurts Dick Groat opened the 14th with a single to left but was forced at second by Bob Clemente. Clemente took second when rookie pitcher Ed Donnelly balked and scored on Nelson's bloop double down the left field line. Chicago took a 1-0 lead in Rams, Lions Tie in Exhibition the first inning on a walk, Jim Marshall's single and an infield out by rookie Billy Williams. When Ernie Banks drew a walk, Bennie Daniels relieved starter George Witt and got out of the jam by getting Art Schult to bounce into a double play. Daniels held the Cubs in check while Pittsburgh tied the score in the seventh on Don Hoak's triple and a sacrifice fly by Bill Mazeroski. The Pirates went in front 3-1 in the eighth on a walk, a single by Nelson, an error and a single by Hoak. Face Fails The Cubs disposed of Daniels in the eighth on two straight singles. Elroy Face came in and was reached for a run-scoring Outlasted! Racine's Milt Curcio took much of the $1,300 prize money at Wilmot Speedway Saturday night, winning the fourth heat and the 25-lap feature before 3,000 fans. Jack Frost of Zion, 111., was second in the feature and Eric Johnson of Highland Park, 111., was third. Other winners were Bobby Grodotz of Grays Lake, III., in the semi-feature, John Wood of Winthrop Harbor, 111., first heat, Grodotz in the second heat and Speed Grogan of Indianapolis, Ind., in the third heat. Fastpi+ch Semis Slated Tonight Semi-finals in the City Fast- pitch Tournament, postponed by rain Friday night, will be played tonight, recreation director B. A. Solbraa announced. Jacobsen's will meet Racine Stamping at 6:45 p.m. and Fergus Construction takes on von Schrader at 8 at Horlick Ath letic Field. A Major White League game at 9:15 will match Oster and Taylor Ave. No new date for the tourney iinals has been set. BOULDER — m — Tackle Jerry Perry's 32-yard field goal with 27 seconds remaining pulled the Detroit Lions into a 20-20 deadlock with the Los Angeles Rams Saturday in the season's opening National Football League exhibition game for both clubs. A crowd of 18,742 watched the Lions, fired up by the brilliant passing' of quarterback Earl Morrall, come from behind twice in a wild fourth quarter. Trailing 17-10 early in the final period, Detroit marched 80 yards in 12 plays with Morrall completing one pass after another. Morrall's pitch to Howard (Hopalong) Cassady was good for the final 40 yards. Perry's conversion squared the game at 17-17. Favored Los Angeles struck right back, grabbing a 20-17 advantage with 7:20 left when Jack Morris kicked his second field goal, a 32-yarder. Morrall, Cassady and Danny Lewis started their passing and running act for the last time with less than five minutes remaining. Then Perry, a former University of California star, connected for his second field goal, rittibur(h—4 AB R II Skinner,It Oroat.ss Clemente.rf Nelson,lb KrAvltz,c a-Stuart Peterson,c h-Burgess,c H0Bk,3b Maz'osl(l,2b Vlrdon,cf Wltt.p Daniels,p Pace,p arcen.i Port'rfleld,n 1 -Klusz'cskl 1 01 0 Kline,p J-Brlght •rosa.p Chlcajo—:t 2lT. Taylor.2b i;M'ahaf),lb,l/ AB R H Williams,If d-Moryn Olc-Walln.rf Olllnnk.s.ss 0:8chyll,rf,lf 0 Long,lb 2:AvPrlll,3b,c 0 8. Taylor.c o'f-EHdriy 0 Dark,3b 1 Thom.son,cf 01 Anderson,p OiHenry,p El.ston,p b-Noren c-Altman ,Hobble,p Oil-Jackson iDonnelly.p 'k-Necman sacrifice fly by Tony Taylor and a single by Marshall. Face was lifted in favor of Fred Green who fanned Lee Walls and Bob Porterfield came on the scene. Porterfield walked Ernie Banks intentionally and ended the inning by getting Schult to fly to center. With one out in the ninth, Sammy Taylor doubled and pinch runner Don Eaddy scored the tying run on Bobby Thomson's single, sending the game into extra innings. Chicago Clovi'hind . IJiilllmorp . . New York Kaiiaa.i City . netrolt Boston Washington llesiills Hatiirdajt New York 3, Kansas City 0 Boston 4, Detroit 3 ilO Innlngst Other gamps postponed Oamrs Tnday Kansas City at New York (21—Onrver (B-lOi and Tsltonrls il-l) vs. Terry (3-81 and arha (l-3i, 1 p.m. Chicago at Washington (3) -Wynn (1471 and Mclirldo (0-1 1 vs. Htobbs (1-51 and Clevengpr (S -2), 1 i) in. Dpirolt at Bosloti-MossI ilO-Sl vs. Brpwpr iB-ll, 1 p.m. Cleveland at Ilaltlmorc - Perry (8-3) vs. Pappas (11-41, 1 p.m. Gaspers Still Holding Lead in World Meet STOCKHOLM —(^)— James Caspers of Racine, Wis., continued to hold his slim lead in the men's division of tiie world j archery championships Saturday. Caspers scored a 24.') and 264 over the 90 and 70 meter ranges for a total of 1,619 points. Hot on his trail is Robert Kadlec of Rochester, Minn., with 1,694 points. The next three competitors are Americans, too — James Neeley of St. Louis with 1,580, Robert Rhode with 1,536 and O. K. Smathers with 1,473. Defending world champion Stig Thyi>ell of Sweden is in 11th place with 1,426 points. Set World Mark The American men have compiled 4,793 points to runner-up Sweden's 4,299. In the women's division Ann Corby of Boonton, N. J., led the pack with 1,495 points aft iter the 70 and 60 meter competitions. But Sigrid Johansson of Sweden pushed into second place ahead of Lucille Shine of Glendale, Calif., with 1,444 points. Mrs. Shine had 1,410. Caspers had equalled a world record at 50 meters Friday, scoring 290 points despite strong winds to duplicate the 1957 feat of O. K. Smathers, Brefard, N. C. N.ITKINAI, I.K;t(llll': W. 1.. PrI. c-.n ann Kraiirlscii (13 47 Ma I .C1.1 Angelp.s . (12 411 ,,1(14 't MUWHukpi! ., fiB 4R .S47 B'j IMIUblirtili ... n.) ft7 .41(3 »'^ Chicago 53 t \n .4111 »ij at. I.oills fi3 SB ,477 In Cliicliiimll SI S7 .473 loij I'lilladelplila 44 (i4 .407 I7i>j ItrsuUs Saturday Cincinnati u, Hnn I''rnncl .Hcn n Plllsbiniih 4, CMilcaKo 3 (14 Innings) HI. Louis 4-S, PlilUiilnlphla 3-4 l.os Aiim-li's 4. Milwaukee 2 (lamps Tnilajr Plllsbiirgli at Chicago VH .llllliiiaii (S-gi, 1 p.m. PlillatlPlphIa at Bt. I.oiils (10-7) and Owens (7-0) vs. 3 1 and llroglln ((l-7i, 1 p in MdwaiikPP at l.o.i Aimelivi 1) VR. (;ralg |(l-3i, 4 pin. Cliir.lniiall at Han Kranclsro combe (10-S) vs. Biinford (10-U p in. Law (13-7) (3) -'(^oiilpy Ilrldgcs (4- Plzarrn 4- NPW- 3.30 Hbw They're Hitting nils AM H II 3b 31) nil Uhl Ave Banks 413 OB 127 IB S 31 101 .30B BcluiU 44 B 13 3 0 1 S .373 T. Taylor . 420 fiO IIH 33 5 3 24 .273 Norcn 03 n 17 3 1 0 (1 .370 3 Taylor ass 211 07 7 3 B 21) .303 WKII.S 301 .Ift 7(1 !,•> 3 •> 3(1 'riioiriHon 2110 40 73 13 1 9 41 .3.'i3 LOOK 3SII 33 (IS 10 3 13 32 .3.')1 Dark 347 44 B7 13 0 1 37 .351 Marshall 170 111 43 5 0 7 27 .340 .lack.ion ft» 7 14 3 1 1 ft .337 Avcrlll . 12ft 1(1 28 S 0 7 27 .233 Altmaii 253 31 SB 7 4 S 18 ,330 Moryii 371 3B (11 D 0 9 20 ,32ft Necriuiii . f.4 3 H n 0 1 4 .Hfl Williams . 11 0 (1 0 0 n 3 ,000 Eaddy . 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 ,000 Team halting -At bat, 30711, hits. B07, percentage, .343. llltAVKS An 11 II 3li 3b im UbI Ave. Aaron 430 flO l,'i7 37 4 3U 117 .3«S Malhi'Ws 3l)fl 7B 121 7 B 30 73 .304 Adcock 330 30 00 7 1 13 4r> .300 Mayi' 37 4 11 1 0 1) ,2117 Urn ton . 33H S3 99 10 ft S 38 ,283 Logan 31U 311 113 13 0 13 37 ,283 Covlnglon 334 34 IIS IS 3 s 30 ,3B4 Crandall 3(13 43 on 13 0 13 40 ,348 Torre IBl 1(1 40 13 1 1 30 ,241 Vernon ... 71 fl 17 3 0 3 13 ,238 Illce 17 3 4 0 0 0 1 .23 S PaIko .. . 103 13 23 .S 1 1 12 .33S Avihi . 40 9 9 0 1 1 n ,180 Mantilla . \!y9 19 30 3 0 3 11 .1B8 Lopata 3ft 0 2 0 0 0 0 ,0B7 Team balling- At, bnt, 3006; Ills, 803; perci'iuagp, .2(13. LOS ANGELES — (/l>) — An enormous overflow crowd of 90,751 howled happily .Saturday night as the Los Angeles Dodgers pulled to within a half game of first place by defeating Milwaukee 4-2. Side-nrming Don Drysdale scored his 1.5th victory for Los Angeles and Duke Snider kept his hitting streak going with two run-producing singles. Don Demcler slammed a bases empty homer for the Dodgers. The crowd did not count as the largest ever for a championship game in the United States because it included 18,,307 ladies night guests, as well as children and .service men. Paid attendance was 67,312, largest ever for a night game in the National League. Drysdale, who has won his last seven games and 10 of his last 11, allowed the Braves only five hits and struck out nine while walking only one. Drysdale leads the majors in strikeouts with 182. He is now 15-G Joey Jay, the loser, is 4-9. Snider, who has driven in 10 runs in his last five games, extended his hitting streak to 11 games. He has picked up two or more hits in each of his last .seven times out. Righthander Jay, (he Milwaukee starter, lasted only one- third of an inning. The Dodgers loaded the ba.ses on a walk to Jim Gilliam and singles by Charley Neal and Wally Moon. Snider then drove in Gilliam No Gain Mllwaiikre- Manlllln.2b Malhi 'W ,i,3b Aaron.rt Covln'ii.ir I'orrp.lb Logan,ns Ilriitoii.cr Crandall, 0 .lay.i) Itunh,p n-Vernon McMabon.p Totals 31 a Piled out MllwaiikPP Los Angiilrs F. None. PO-A Angeles 37-10. HP •I ll.ns AB n III 4 0 n'f)miftm.3b 3 0 I Nciilah 4 1 liMooti.lf 4 1 3!'1iildi'r.rr 4 0 Ot.nrker.ll) 4 0 0|ni 'iiiPli 'r ct 3 0 1 Uiif;>'l)oro,r. 3 0 OWIIl.t.r,^ 0 0 n I)ryn (lHle,p 1 0 01 1 0 fli 0 0 0 Todils Angplps—I All R ir 3 .'I for Hush 30 4 10 In Rlh. . . 000 100 001--3 310 1)00 OU-4 Mllwiiiikee 34-8, Liis Miintllla, Logan and I'orre. LOII Mllwaukei! 4, Los AngPlea 0 Iini -Cnvlnglon, Torre, Hnldcr 3, Larker, Ilemelcr. 31) Aaron. 311 - Covliigloii. nil nemelcr Hit lllUlani, Wills. H Hush, Drysdale, HI" I.arker. IP 11 II Kll nn 80 'i 3 2 3 2 0 0',, 5 113 4 1 3 1113 4-8) .lay IL, Hush McMahon . . UrvsdniP iW, Ift-Hi i; •nonalrlll, Ian T 3:23 A non-paid). 8 S 3 3 1 W nuikharl, Vrnzon, Con- 07,313 (00.7r)l Includlnil with a single and Norm Larker scored Neal with a sacrifice fly. In the second, Gilliam drew a walk from Bob Rush, stole second and scored on Snider'a .second single. The Braves didn't get a hit off Drysdale until.the fourth, when Hank Aaron lined a double off Gilliam's glove at third. Aaron scored on a single by Wes Covington. Demeter hit his home run off Don McMahon in the eighth. It was Demeter'i 18th this season. The Braves got their second run in the ninth when Covington slammed a 390-foot triple to right and scored on an infield out. Redlegs Rack Up 9-6 Victory over Giants SAN FRANCISCO — i/P) — Cincinnati scored nine times in a hectic first four innings Saturday and hung on to defeat National League leading San Franci-sco 9-6 despite four Giant home runs. Early wildness by Mike McCormick and Stu Miller, the first two of five Giant pitchers, plus Frank Thomas' three-run homer in the fourth, gave the Redlegs the victory. Pena Gets Win Three Cincinnati pitchers gave "up H hits and the Red- legs committed three errors. Totals S2 4 12 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 47 3 8 a-Safe on error with RBI for Kravltz in 8th; b-Slngled for Elston in 8th: c- Rftn for Norcn In 8lh; tl-Annouuccd for Williams In Blh; e-atruck out for Moryn In Bth; f-Ran and scored for 8, Taylor In ath; B-atruck out for Porterfield in nth; h -Hlt Into double play for Peterson In laih; i-Orounried oul for Hobble In 12th; J-81nglcd for Kline In 13th; k- Qrounded out for Donnelly In 14th. Pittsburgh 000 000 120 000 01-4 Chicago lOO 000 Oil OOO 00-3 E—AverlU, PO-A-Pltlsburgh 42-14; Chicago 42-20. DP—Oroal. Mazero .skI and Nelson 2, T. Taylor. Banks and Long, LOB-Plttsburgh 15; Chicago 10, RBI—Nelson. Stuart, Hoak. Maieroskl, T. Taylor. Williams. Thomson. 2B- Clemente, Schult, S. Taylor. Nelson, 3B- Hoak, Daniels, SB—Bklnner, Hoak. Vlr- don. BF—MazeroakI, T. Taylor, IP H n ERBBSO Wilt ''i 1 1 1 2 Daniels OHb 3 1 1 1 Face Vb 1 0 0 0 Green '/i 0 0 0 0 Porterfield 2lb 2 1 0 2 Kline 3 0 0 0 1 Oross (W, 1-0) .2 1 0 0 1 Anderson Tli 7 3 2 3 x-Henry 0 1 o 0 0 Elston 0 0 0 0 Hobble 4 1 0 0 2 Donnelly (L, 0-1) 2 3 1 1 2 x-Paced 2 batters In Bth. HBP—Hobble (Nelson). Balk—Donnelly, U—Boggess, Sudol, Landes, Oorman, T-4:l», /i-l6.m. In This Section: Sports ... .Pages 1, 2. 3, 4, 5 Markets Pages 6, 7 Classified, Pages 7,8, 9,10, U Thomas made one of the errors, but his sparkling running catch of pinch hitter Leon Wagner's short fly with the bases loaded n the fifth stopped the Giants' greatest threat. Orlando Pena got the victory, his fourth against seven losses. The defeat evened McCormick's record at 10-10. Vada Pinson collected three doubles and drove in two runs for Cincinnati. All Blows Solo The Giants' solo homers were by Orlando Cepeda, his 22d; Willie McCovcy, his 4th in 9 (?ames; Felipe Alou, his 9th, and Willie Kirkland, his ISth. Willie Jones singled in the first two runs off starter-loser Mike McCormick in the first inning but the Giants tied it after J. Hook walked the first three men. He was relieved by Pena who lasted into the fifth. Ed Bailey's error let in one run and Kirkland's sacrifice fly brought in another. The Reds picked up two more runs in the second on a walk to Pena, Johnny Temple's single, Daryl Spencer's error and Pinson's second double. They got two more in the third when Pena doubled in Jones and Bailey, both of whom were walked by Miller. The crowd of 21,576 was the eighth straight that has exceeded 20,000 in the 22,400- seat Seals Stadium. Cincinnati—n AB n II Temple,3b ft i i Pinson,cf ft 1 3 Bell.rf & 1 1 Robinson,lb 4 3 1 Thomns.lf 4 1 1 W, Jones,3b 4 I 3 nallpy,c 3 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 ) 1 0 0 McMillan,»s Hook.p Pena.p Brosnan.p Homers No Help San l''r»nolBco—tl AB R It Davenport,3b 3 1 1 Totals 37 9 12 d-llhodrs nyorly,p Alou.ct McCovey lb Cepeda.lf Kirkland,rf Hponcpr.2b Landrlth,c Hre .5Soud ,s> 1 0 0 0 4 2 4 1 5 1 4 1 5 0 3 0 4 0 McCormick,p 000 Mlllcr,p 1 u-Sauer 1 Worth'gton.p 0 h-Wagiier 1 g-Jonps,p 0 c-Mays 1 0'Connell,3b 0 e-Brandt 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 38 6 11 a-atruckoul for Miller in 4lh; b-Flled out for Worthlngtnn In Bth: c-Struckoiit for O, Jones In 7lh; d-Orounded out for Davenport In 7th; o-Btruckout for O'Con- ncll In Rlh, Cincinnati 223 300 000-8 Ban Francisco . 201 Oil 100—0 E—Bailey, Spencer, Thomas, McMillan, PO-A—Cincinnati 27-11: Han Francisco 27-», DP—McMillan and Robinson; Davenport-Spencer and McCovey. LOB—Cincinnati 7; San rrnnclsco 13, RBI—Pinson 2, Thomas 3, W, Jones 2. Pena 2, Alou, McCovey, Cepeda, Kirkland 3, 2n—Pinson, Pena, Spencer, HR —Cepeda, Thomas. McCovey, Alou, Kirkland. SF-Klrkland, IP II n Hook 0 0 3 Pena (W, 4-7) , 4^;> 7 3 Brosnan 4 ':i 4 3 McCo'lck (L, 10-10) I 'l 4 4 Miller 4 ft Worthlngton .1 0 0 -Jones 3 2 0 lyerly .230 U—Delinore, Barllck, Jackow.'skl Crawford. T~3:00. A -21,578. ER BB SO 1 3 0 3 3 1 2 4 A 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 3 and —Journal-riri'is Photo HEADED FOR VIRGINIA — Doug Swenson, left, and Bill Dorece of Racine are members of a four-man team which will represent Wisconsin in the 14th annual Jaycee Junior Golf Tournament in Portsmouth, Va., Aug. 22-29. Dorece and Swenson placed 1-2 in the Jaycee city meet here and 2-3 in the State Jaycee test held July 13. Minor Leagues AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul 1, Houston 0 Dallas 1, Mlni.oanolls 0 Charleston 4, Indianapolis 3 Louisville 6, Omaha 3 Port Worth 3, Denver 3 INTERNATIONAL. LEAGUE Montreal 6, Richmond 5 (10 Innings) Rochester ft, Miami 0 Columbus 4, Toronto 3 (12 Innings) TIIREE-I LEAGUE Topeka 8, Green Bay 3 Lincoln 10, Fox Cities 8 NORTIIEHN LEAGUE Winnipeg 6-3, Aberdeen i-l Fargo-Moorhead 10, Eau Claire 4 Deluth-Superlor B-», 81, Cloud 3-8 Mlnot 7, Grand Forks 1 Homers Saturday (Season's totals In parentheses) AMERICAN LEAGUE Oeiger, Red Sox (8) NATIONAL LEAGUE Musial. Cardinals (11) H, Anderson, Phillies (12) Porter, Cardinals (1) Thomas, Redlegs (6i Cepeda, Giants (22) McCovey, Giants (41 Alou, Giants (t) Kirkland, Giants (18) Demeter, Dodgers (181 15 More Entries at Milwaukee MILWAUKEE — (/P) — Fifteen additional entries were filed during the past week by the $35,000 Milwaukee Open Golf Tournament at Tripoli Golf Club Aug. 27-30. Wally Moynihan, tournament director, announced that the entrants include Doug Ford, Crystal River, Fla., 1959 Canadian Open champion and 1957 Masters champion; Bob Goalby, Crystal River, Fla., second in the 1959 Oklahoma City Open; Dick Mayer, St. Petersburg, Fla., who won both the U. S. Open and "World's Championship" in 1957; Ed "Porky" Oliver, Denver, Colo., long a leading money winner, and Jimmy Turnesa, Elmsford, N. Y., winner of the 1952 PGA title. State Semi-Pro Borgwardt P^oultry 7, Hayward 3 Real Refrigeration 5, Mononk Qrovt 3 ralk corp. 1. Util* Chuta « SHEPHERD 21ST Jim ' Shepherd of Racine slipped to an 81 Saturday to finish in 21st place with 309 in the Midwest Amateur public links golf tournament in Chi< cago. Fritz Franz won the event, played over Lincoln Park's nine - hole Waveland course with ^ 289, five strokes ajiead of runnerup Jim King,

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