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DECATUR HERALD BASEBALL, OTHER $PORTS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Two Sections 26 Pages Decatur, Illinois, Thursday, July "23, 1953. 73" Pages 15 to 26 Commies Split At Mattoon; Decatur N ight Ga me Tonight Decatur Wins, 5-2, Then Loses, 9-8 Mattoon, July 22 (Staff) Alex Sirota poled an inside-tne-park home run to center field in the ninth inning tonight to give Mattoon a 9-8 victory over the Decatur Commies and a douhleheader sj)Iit. Decatur won the first game, 5-2. Marshall Radebach was-on first with one out and Mattoon trailed, 8-7, when Sirota connected with one of Luis Herrera's tosses for the game-deciding blow. -. Lefthander Bob Appleby tried an "iron man" performance by starting the nightcap after hurling a six-hitter in the opener. But he was taken out after walking three men in the third inning and Mattoon went on to score six runs before Al Lopez retired the side. Mario Varona succeeded Appleby but dished out a double to Radebach and singles to Sirota and Gene Pharr. Lopez's wild pitch accounted for the sixth run of the inning. Mattoon starter Pete Hamilton left in the three-run Commie second. Hamilton walked four men in a row before being relieved by Andy Lindstrom. The Commies got three more runs in the fifth as Manuel Valdez tripled with two on and Lopez singled. A double by Creed Nance and Gus Chenard's single brought in run No. 8 in the seventh. Mike Shade, the fourth Mattoon hurler, was the winner. Jim Freeman's three-run sixth inning homer won the first game. Ray Taylor started the sixth with a walk. Herman Niehaus sacrificed. Andy Smith bounced to Pharr but the pitcher failed to cover and it went for a hit. Freeman then cleared the right-center field fence. The Commies had opened the scoring with a run in the second when Freeman was safe on Don Strichek's error, Marty Martinez beat out an infield hit and Nance singled to center. In the ninth, Chenard singled, stole second, continued to third when' Sirota's throw was wild, and scored on Taylor's single. Mattoon produced its first run in the fifth on a single by Jim Strichek's I RiL. " . from, p single. The Phils got another run in Scarborough, p the sixth on singles by Sirota and Totals Pharr, Chenard's error and Bob Mc Gee's fly to center. First Game STILL SMILING His eve is badly battered but Red Schoendienst, St. Louis Cardinals' second baseman, has a smile. Red, who leads the majors in batting with .335, was running out an infield hit against the New York' Giants Tuesday night when he was struck by Alvin Dark's throw. Manager Eddie Stanky says he'll be out , of the lineup 10-14 davs. (AP Wirephoto) Indians Slice Yankee Lead With 6-4 Win Cleveland, July 22 (AP) The up-and-down Cleveland Indians tonight again cooled off the New York Yankees, defeating the league leaders, 6-4, on a nine hit barrage, including homers by Joe Tipton and Dale Mitchell. The loss shaved New York's first place lead over the Chicago White box to 4wigames. Cleveland -now trails by nine. Mike Garcia went all the way for his 12th win. v NEW YORK Martin, 2b Collins, lb Mantle, if Berra. c Woodlinp, If Noren, cf McDougald, 3b Carey, 3 b DECATUR Chenard. ss Taylor. 2b Niehaus, if Smith, c Freeman, If Martinez, lb Nance, cf Valdez, 3b Appleby, p Totals MATTOON Davis, rf Deery. 2b Strichek, ss Radebach, If Sirota, c Pharr. lb Watkins, 3b McGee, cf Shade, p Hoerner, p Totals AB R H PO A 4 1114 3 113 1 3 0 0 0 0 4 13 3 0 4 2 110 3 0 3 10 0 3 0 12 0 3 0 0 0 2 3 0 112 30 S 11 21 9 AB R H PO A 4 13 0 0 4 0 0 5 1 4 0 13 2 2 0 0 2 0 3 113 1 3 0 1 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 28 2 6 21 6 010 003 1 CLEVELAND Smith, rf Avila, 2 b Mitchell, If Kennedy. If Rosen, 3b Easter, lb Givnn, lb Doby, cf Strickland, ss Tipton, c Garcia, p Totals AB R H PO A 5 0 112 4 0 0 9 0 4 0 110 4 2 3 8 0 4 112 0 4 0 2 2 0 3 110 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 2 3 0 10 2 0 0 0 0 0 34 4 10 24 10 AB R H PO A 3 112 0 5 0 114 4 113 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 12 3 2 3 0 0 9 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 0 3 112 1 2 115 1 3 0 0 1 0 32 6 9 27 8 E 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 I El o; o o o o o n o o o o Commies vs. Mattoon; Gates Open at 6 p.m. All expectations point to the most successful Decatur Night game in history at Fans Field tonight. The feature attraction matches the Commies, MOV League leaders, against the third place Mattoon Phils at 8 p.m. Gates open at 6 p.m. At 6:30 there will be a softball game between State Farm Insurance of Blooming-ton, 1952 state champion, and the strong Smokehouse team of Decatur. A concert bv the Decatur Municipal band will follow. All box seats have been sold. Some reserved chair seats, priced at $1.50, are expected to be available todav at the Sports Center. 215 N. Main St. All reserved chair seats unsold bv 5 p.m. will be on sale at the park. General admission tickets, priced at $1, will be on sale when the ticket windows open. .This is the game which everyone pays to see. All proceeds go to Decatur Baseball Inc., for upkeep and maintenance of Fans Field. Postmaster Dick Ellison, president of Decatur Baseball Inc., said last night that interest and advance tidiet sales indicate one of the biggest crowds ever to see a game here will be in the stands. Several faces which have become familiar to Decatur area sports fans will be with the State Farm softball team. Outfielders Jack Begley and Rod Myshrall and second baseman Bill Sarver have performed against Milli-kin athletic teams while first baseman Bill Dickson, now a student at Illinois Normal, is a native of Sullivan. Hoke Wilson, the ace State Farm pitcher, has appeared here many times. Smokehouse won 60 games and lost seven last year and won 25 of its first 37 games this season. Smokehouse Downs State Farm ..-On Maroa Diamond, 5 to 2 Smokehouse defeated State Farm Insurance of Bloomington, 5-2, last night in a softball game at Maroa. The teams play tonight at- Fans Field at 6:30 p. m. as a special Decatur Night feature. Pitcher Dean Curry and Clerus Mullinax hit home runs for Smoke house. Jim Nicol was the winning pitcher. The teams now have split four games this season. Mattoon Pitching Staff Here's the pitching staff of the Mattoon Phils, the Commies' opponent in tonight's Decatur Night game at Fans Field. Left to right, Pete Hamilton, Bill Bright, Nelson Hoerner, Tom Cronin, Bobhv Lee Waugh and Mike Shade. Andv Lindstrom arid Ken Crubb'have joined the staff since this photo was taken. (Herald and Review photo) Dodgers Sock Cubs Twice, Boost Lead to 5Vi Games Brooklyn, July 22 (AP) I home runs in the first game bv , Brooklyn's high flving Dodgers !D"k: Snider and Gil Hodges and stretched their National League lead'" the second by Hodges and Carl to 5Vi games tonight their biggest runllo. margin of the year by crushing Hodges drove home enough runs the hapless Chicago Cubs in a twi- all bv himself to win both games. moht doubleheader, 9-3 and 11-1. Two were aboard when he hit his The Dodgers battered Chicago pitching for 24 hits, including New York Cleveland 031 100 000 000 4 220 lOx 6 Mattoon 000 OH 02 RBI Freeman 3, Tayloi, Nance, Srrichek, McGee. 2B Davis. Appleby. HR Freeman. SB Chenard. SH Niehaus. DP Shade and Deeiv; Strichek, Deery and Pharr: Strichek and Deery. LOB Decatur 5. Mattoon 6. BB Shade 1. Appleby 2. SO Shade 1, Hoerner 2, Appleby 3. HO Shade 8 in 5 1-3: Hoerner 3 in 1 2-3. l oser Shade. U Daugherty (plate), Fisher (bases). T 1:28. SECOND GAME RBI Rosen. McDouRald, Ford 2, Berra. Tipton 2. Mitchell, Doby. Strickland. 2B McDougald, Rosen, Doby. HR Berra, Tipton. Mitchell. BB Ford 6, Scarborough 1. mj i-ora b, ncaroorougn i, Nv,aii.ia j. HO Ford 7 in 6 1-3: Scarborough 2 in 1 2-3. W Garcia (12-6), i, torn Shantz Handcuffs Browns, A's Romp to 11-1 Victory St. Louis, July 22 (AP) Little Bobby Shantz was the whole show here tonight as he limit ed the St. Louis Browns to five hits to lead the Philadelphia Athletics to an easy 11-1 victory. Dave rhilley and Cass Michaels hit home runs to lead a 17-hit Philadelphia attack. PO A DECATUR Chenard. ss Taylor, 2b Niehaus, rf Smith, c Freeman, If Martinez, lb Nance, cf Valdez, 3b Appleby, p Varona, p 1 opez. p Herrera, p Totals AB 5 3 4 5 4 3 4 3 1 0 2 1 PO 0 1 1 5 - 12 4 0 O 0 0 0 35 8 One out when MATTOON Davis, rf Deery, 2b Strichek. ss Radebach, If Sirota, c Pharr. lb Watkins, 3 b McGee, cf Hamilton, p Lindstrom, p Gnibb, p . Hunter, x Shade, p ., Totals JB 4 4 5 4 5 4 4 4 0 2 0 1 0 11 x2S winning run scored. R H PO A E 10 10 12 7 6 0 10 1 2 0 7 7 O 2 0 1 0 0 0 37 9 11 27 14 x Tripled for Grabb in 8th. Decatur 031 030 Mattoon 006 000 1008 0129 RBI Chenard. Tavlor. Valdez 2. Appl hi. Lopez. Radebach 3, Sirota 3, Watkins 1, Unter. 2B Nance, Deery, Radebach. 3B Valdez, Hunter. HR Sirota. DP Deery and Pharr; Strichek, Deery and Pharr; Watkins, Deery and Pharr. LOB Decatur 12, Mattoon 6. BB Hamilton 5, Lindstrom .4, Grabb 2, Appleby 3, Her-lera 1. SO- Hamilton 2, Lindstrom 3, Va-lona 1, Lopez 3, Herrera 1. HO Hamilton 0 in 1: Lindstrom' 10 in 5 1-3; Crubb 0 in 1 2-3; Shade 1 in k Appleby 2 in 2 1-3; Varona 3 in 1-3; Lopez in 5; Herrera 1 in 1-3. WP Lopez. Winner Shade. Loser Herrera. U Fischer (plate), Daugherty (bases). T 2:35. Baseball Tonight McKcogh Hardware vs Johns Hill, at Tonence, 6 p.m. PH1LA DeMaestri, ss Philley, rf Suder, 3b Robinson, lb Zernial. If Michaels, 2b McGhee, cf Murray, c Shantz, p Totals ST. LOUIS Grolh, cf Kokos, If Sievers. 1 b Lenhardt, rf Courtnev. c Dyck. 3b Hunter, ss oung, 2b Pillelte, p Blyzka, p Larsen, p AB 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 5 H 3 3 44 AB 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 1 1 0 11 R n o o o o o n o o o 17 II 0 o o n 27 PO 3 2 6 3 5 3 3 2 O 0 0 Totals 32 1 5 27 9 2 Philadelphia 120 050 21011 St. Louis 010 ' 000 000 1 RBI Phillev 2. Murray 2. Duck. Mich apis. Shanrz. DeMaestri. Robinson 2. Suder. 2B Murray, McGhee 2, Duck. HR Phil-lev. DeMaestri. Robinson 2, Suder. 2B Murrav. McGhee 2. Dvck. HR Phillev. Michaels. BB Phillette 4, Shantz 2, Blyzka 1. SO Shantz 8, PiUetee 1, Blyzka 3. HO Pillette 10 in 4 (faced 3 batters in 5th), Blvzka 7 in 4, Larsen 0 in 1 W Shantz (4-7). L Pillette (4-6). STOCK CAR RACES TONIGHT AT LINCOLN Lincoln, July 22 (Staff) A special stock car race with open competition will be staged at o p.m. (CDT) Thursday at the Lincoln Speedway. Drivers must earn the right to enter the 50-lan feature bv placing J in the heat races. Appleby Gets Toledo U Post Robert W. (Bob) Applebv, foot ball and baseball coach at Millikin for two vears and currently pitching for the Decatur Commies, has been hired as head baseball coach and freshman football coach at the University of Toledo. Appleby, who announced his resignation at Millikin March 6, will report to Toledo sometime in early August.' Announcement of the acceptance of Appleby's application was made yesterday in Toledo by Barney Francis, athletic director. Appleby will be only the second full-time member of the football coachino staff. Clair Dunn is head coach and his assistants are part-timers. Appleby will have student assistants. Toledo is a member of the Mid-America conference, which includes Gncinnati, Miami of Ohio, Kent State, Ohio University, Western Reserve and Western Michigan. Wrigley Won't Sell Cubs Until He Has a Winner Chicago, July 22 (AP) Owner P. K. Wrigley of the seventh-place Chicago Cubs said today his club would have to be a winner before he sells it. , Wrigley recently said he would sell the team "if conditions are right" and only to "people really interested in baseball." Today, Wrigley was quoted in the Daily News: "When I go out, I'm going out with a winner. Our ambition is a world championship. We seem to have been going backwards the past tew years. Wrigley estimated the Cubs have spent three million dollars since winning the pennant in 1945 trv- ing to get back on top. first home run and he added one more RBI in the opening game. He drove home three in the nightcap. Rookie Johnny Podres and veteran Gsrl Erskine baffled the Cubs with each man striking out 10. Podres gave up six hits, Erskine onlv four. REC SOFTBALL City League Millikin Bank 2, Marvel-Scheb- ler 0. Black & Co. 7, Morehouse & Wells 1. H. P. Hazelrigg 5, Gregg Con struction 2. Independent League Macon Arms' 19, Independent rood Dealers 7. Illinois Power 14, Heise Electric 1. Just For Fun League Leader Iron 7, IP Pickups 4. Rockers 7, IP Draftsmen 4. Church National League First E.U.B. 16, First Baptist 3. Baseball Scores . American Legion 1 3, McKeogh Hardware 0. Softball Scores Decatur potO. Chicks 16, Signal De- CHICAGO Bauraholtz, rf Metkovich. rf Miksis, 2b Fondy,. Ib Kiner, Jf -Jackson, '3b Srnalley. ss McCuilough, c Jcffcoat, cf Lown, p Hacker, p Totals BROOKLYN Gilliam, 2b Reese, ss Snider, cf Robinson, If W illiams, If Hodges, lb Campanella, c Furillo. rf riv ih I Podres, p Totals Chicago Brooklyn FIRST GAME AB R H OAKLEY, MACON WIN IN OAKLEY TOURNEY Oakley blanked Bart's, 2-0, and Macon tripped Butterfield's, 9-6, last night in the Oakley softball tournament. Tonight's games are Hammond vs. Clinton at 8:30 and Mo-weaqua vs. St. John's Lutheran of Decatur at 9:45. i o 5 " 4 4 4 2 3 4 1 2 32 AB 3 5 4 3 0 5 5 4 3 4 36 PO 4 0 O 4 7 5 0 0 24 PO 2 0 0 3 O 10 10 2 0 0 E 0 0 0 4 Giants Score Two in Ninth, Nip Cards, 6-5 New York, July 22 (AP) Rallying for two runs in the ninth inning, the New York Giants came from behind todav to nip the St. Louis Cardinals, 6-5, and even the series at one game each. The victory enabled the Giants to regain fourth place from the Redbirds. Alvin Dark's long single with the bases lull and one out drove in pinch runner Ruben Gomez with the winning run. Dark s game-w inning blow came on the heels of a single by Whitey Lockman that scored Davev Williams with the tying run. Manager Eddie Stanky of the Cardinals used five pitchers, Favorites Advance In Women's Golf Trainer, Lindsay Gain Today's Semi-Finals Favorites Marilvn Trainer and Shirley Lindsay won one-sided matches yesterday at Scovill to reach the semi-finals in the 25th annual Herald and Review City Women's golf tournament. Miss Trainer of Scovill shot an 85, low for the day, in disposing of Mary Jane Pearson of Scovill, 6 and 5. Miss Lindsay of Country Club of Decatur turned back Mrs. Robert Nicholson of the Country Club, 5 and 3. Today Miss Trainer,- the 1950 champion, tackles Mrs. Frank Mueller, who defeated Mrs. David Pil- cher, 5 and 4, vesterday. Miss Lind- sav, 190 and 1932 runnerup, faces Mrs. Maurice Doane. Mrs. Doane, who resumed golf this year after a long layoff, beat Mrs. Ollie Fort-schneider yesterday, 4 and 3. Mrs. Mueller had the second low score of the day 89. Miss Trainer won the championship flight approaching and putting and driving contests. Mrs. Emil Mueller took both contests in the first flight with Mrs. Don Cunningham and Miss Linda Harder second flight winners. There was a three-wav tie in blind bogey between Mrs. Frank Mueller, Mrs. Emil Mueller and Mrs. Robert Ferguson. Mrs. Frank Mueller had low net score for the day 89-13 76. Yesterday's results and today's pairings: Championship Flight Marilyn Trainer defeated Mary Jane Pearson, 6 and 5. Mrs. Frank Mueller defeated Mrs. David Pilcher, 5 and 4. Shiriey Lindsay defeated Mrs. Robert Nicholson, 5 and 3. Mrs. Maurice Doane defeated Mrs. Ollie Fortschneider. 4 and 3. CONSOLATION Mrs. Henry Frahlman defeated Mrs. Harold Dillman, 6 and 5. Mrs. A. G. Webber Jr., defeated Mrs. Lovle Davis. 4 and 2. Kirs. William Record defeated Mrs. Lory Staton, 2 up. Mrs. W. M. Funk defeated Mrs. Ralph Cripe, 5 and 4. TODAY'S PAIRINGS 9 a.m. Trainer vs. Mueller. 9:05 Lindsay vs. Doane. Consolation 9:10 Frahlman vs. Webber. 9:15 Record vs. Funk. First Flight Mrs. Emil Mueller defeated Snzaime Kuhle, 5 and 3. Kay Barding defeated Viola Moseler, 3 and 2. Mrs. Mary Harper defeated Mrs. Wayne Wallers, 1 up. Mrs. Orville Allinson defetex Mrs. J. F. Dobson, 3 and 1. CONSOLATION Mrs. John DeLane defeated Mrs. Montague Blundon, 6 and 5. Mrs. arl Hudson defeated Mary Ana Houran, 2 and 1. Mrs. Richard Noselc defeated Suzanne Schultz, 9 and 7. Mrs. Frank Larson defeated Mrs. Clyde Shaw, 4 and 3. TODAY'S PAIRINGS 9:20 Mueller vs. Barding. 9:25 Harper vs. Allinson. Consolation 9:30 DeLane vs. Hudson. 9:35 Nosek vs. Larson. Second Flight Linda Harder defeated Mrs. Don Cunn- ingham, i and 6. Mrs. Harry McCrura defeated Judy Hart-man. 6 and 5. Mrs. Robert Staley defeated Karen Kaufman. 6 and . Mrs. Al Pfotenhauer defeated Mrs. Arthur Dodson, 3 and 2. CONSOLATION Betty Berryhill defeated Mrs. Meredith Watts, 4 and 3. Mrs. Art Benton defeated Mary Greider, 3 and 2. Mrs. Robert Ferguson defeated Mrs. Frank Golliher. 3 and 2. Mrs. F. C. Kippenhan defeated Mrs. Merle Anderson, 7 and 5. TODAY'S PAIRINGS 9:40 Harder vs. McCrum. 9:45 Staley vs. Pfotenhauer. Consolation 9:50 Berryhill vs. Benton. i 9:45 Ferguson vs. Kippenhan. CORNERC x Headquarters In Decatur For o i tour ot them in the ninth, u 1 1 ST. LOUIS Si Stanky, 2b Hemus, ss Musial. If Slaughter, - rf Repulski, cf Jablonski, 3b Castiglione, 3b Bilko, lb Rice, c 0;Presko. p O! Chambers, p "! White, p 0 Brale, p 0' Miller, p AB 4 4 3 4 3 4 0 3 3 2 0 O 0 PO 3 0 2 4 1 0 0 12 3 0 0 0 0 0 Finley Advances In Great Lakes Totals 31 5 5 y25 14 y One out when winning run scored. NEW lORK AB R H PO A lb 4 100 240 101 003 Lockman 000 3 i Dark. 2 b Standings MOV League W. . L. Pet. G.B. Decatur 49 32 .605 Paris 45 35 .563 3Vi Mattoon 43 39 .524 6Vi Mt. Vernon 34 43 .442 13 Hannibal 35 44 .443 13 Danville 33 46 .418 15 National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Brooklvn 59 32 .648 Milwaukee 53 37 .S89 !! Philadelphia 50 38 .568 7Vi New York 47 it .547 9'i St. Louis 49 41 .544 9Vi Cincinnati 41 50 .451 18 Chicago 31 57 .352 2614 Pittsburgh 30 60 .313 31'i American League W. L. Pet. G.B. New .York 61 29 .678 Chicago 57 34 .626 414 Cleveland 52 38 .578 9 Boston 52 40 .565 10 Washington 43 48 .473 I8V4 Philadelphia 36 54 .400 25 St. Louis 33 60 .355 2")' Detroit 29 60 .326 HVl Yesterday's Results MOV LEAGUE Decaulr 5-8, Mattoon 2-9. Hannibal 4-10. Mt. Vernon 3-5. Paris 6. Danville 0. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 9-11, Chicago 3-1. New York 6, St. Louis 5. Philadelphia 6, Milwaukee 3. " Philadelphia 3, Cincinnati 2. 'AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago 1, Boston 0. Cleveland 6, New York 4. Philadelphia 11, St. Louis I. Only games played. Today's Games MOV LEAGUE Mattoon at Decatur, 8 p. m. Mt. Vernon at Hannibal. Danville at Paris. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis at New York Mizell (8-5) vs Worthington (2-1). Chicago at Brooklyn Klippstein (5-8) vs Roe- (6-2). Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Nuxhall (4-6) vs Dickson (7-12). Milwaukee at Philadelphia Liddle (4-3) vs Miller (2-3). AMERICAN LEAGUE New Y'ork at Cleveland McDonald (6-3) vs Wynn (9-7). Boston at Chicago Brown (9-2) vs Rogovin (5-10).- Washington - at Detroit (2) Shea 8-1) and Marrero (5-4) vs Gray (4-11) and Marlowe (3-7). Philadelphia at St. Louis (night)-Bishop (3-6) vs Stuart (4-1). RBI Fondy. Snider 3, Gilliam, Hodges 4. jeffcoat. Kiner. 2B Miksis, Fondy, Jcffcoat, Cox 2. HR Snider. Kiner. Hodaes. BB Lown 3. Hacker 3. Podres 5. SO Lown 1, Hacker 5, Podres 10. HO Lown 4 in 1 (none out on 2nd), Hacker 7 in 7. W Podres (6-2). L Lown (3-4). SECOND GAME Chicago Brooklyn 000 000 100 1 4 0 021 Oil 33x 11 13 1 Leonard OOx 9 I Thompson, 1 iiomson. cf Mueller, rf Williams, x Spencer, ss West rum, c Gomez, yv Hearn, p Jan sen, p Rosin, p Noble, z Rhodes, xx 3b Church (L. SimDSOn (8) ( 8 ) and Garagiola; rskine and Campa nella. Phils Defeat Braves, 6 to 3 Philadelphia, July 22 (AP) The Philadelphia Phillies got awav to a fast lead with a four-run rally in the first inning topped by Gran Ilamner's two-run homer and coasted to a 6-3 win over the Milwaukee Braves tonight as Jim Konstantv racked up his 11th win with an assist from Karl Drews. Totals 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 O 1 1 0 0 1 34 12 3 Waukegan, July 22 (AP) Jim Finley of Decatur birdied the 19th holp at the Glen Flora Coun- o!try Club here todav to advance to J 'the second round of the Great Lakes o i Invitation Amateur championship "UU lUULlldlUClll. Finley turned back Julio Cam-pagni, Highwood, one up, in the -first round of play today. Tourney medalists Ralph Krefting of Chicago and Art Gee of High- !land, Ind., also defeated their first 0 ! . ,r r round opponents. Kretting went to the 20th hole to beat Frank Keck of Champaign. Gee ousted Charles Whyte of Waukegan, 2 and 1. 6 11 27-14 x Singled for Mueller in 9th. yy Ran for Westrum n 9th. z Announced for Koslo in 9th. xx Singled for Noble in 9th. St. Louis New York 100 010 400 120 000 5 002 6 RBI Hemus, Repulski, Bilko 3. Thompson. Westrum 2, Lockman. Dark. 2B Lockman. HR Hemus, Bilko. Thompson, Westrum. BB Presko 1, Chambers 2, Hearn 2. SO Chambers 3. HO Presko 5 in 4 (none out in 5th). Chambers 3 on 4 1-3, White 1 in 0, Brazle 1 in 0, Miller 1 in 0, Hearn 5 in 3 1-3, Jansen 0 in -3 2-3, Koslo 0 in 2. W Koslo (2-8). L Chambers (1-4). MILWAUKEE Bruton, cf Logan, ss Mathews, 3b Gordon, 11 Pafko. rf Adcock, I b Cooper, c Uttimcr, 2b Spahn, p Bickford, p Burdettc, p Totals PM1LA Waitkus, lb Ashburn. cf Clark, rf Ennis, If Haroner, 2b Lopata, c Jones, 3b Kazanski, ss Konstantv, p Drews, p Totals AB R H PO A Ei 4 1 2 3 0 0 4 112 3 0 4 0 1 0 2 1 4 0 0 3 0 0 4 1 2 ' 3 0 0 4 0 17 10 3 0 0 3 0 0: 3 0 2 2 2 0: 2 II 0 n I (I; 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Oj 32 3 9 29 9 1 AB R H PO A E 4 1 2 11 1 0 4 1 2 5 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 4 1 10 0 0 4 1112 0 3 1 15 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 2 2 6 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 I 0 33 6 9 27 12 0 Outdoorsmen Pick Committee for Clubhouse Site A three-man committee has been named to seek a new clubhouse location for the Outdoorsmen's Club of Decatur. Ray Logan. Jim Armstrong and Rov Prior will studv possible sites o : and report at the club's next meet- ent location in the Sportsmen's Clubhouse on Big Creek. The committee was appointed at a meeting Tuesday night. MOV League At Danville Paris 100 210 1106 12 1 Danville 000 000 0000 7 8 Maxa and Capachione; Peterson and Maley. At Mt. Vernon First Game JTbal 300 000 0014 10 1 Mt. V'n 030 000 0003 5 1 Wills, Wright (2) W. Allan (8) and Gumbert; Rolla and Starasta. Second Game Hannibal 603 010 0 10 9 1 Mt. Vn 001 001 3 5 11 0 B. Allan and Gumbert, Gros-nickle (5); Bridges, Brookman (1), Saager (3) and Starasta and Skobel (4). Softball Tonight VFW vs Findlay, at Findlay, 8:30p.m. (CDT). OPFJV 6 A. M. Lowest Prices on Package Liquor and Carry-Out Beer. We meet all advertised special prices. Special prices on case lots. Henry's Tavern ' Carry-Out Beer FREE PARKING REAR 421 N. 22nd St. Phone 3-9252 Milwaukee 000 Philadelphia 400 RBI Ashbum, Clark, 200 002 1003 OOx 6 Hamner 2, Paf ko 2, Waitkus 2. 2B Ashburn, Pafko. j HR Hamner, Pafko. BB Spahn 3, Bur-: dette 1. SO Konstanty 2, Drews 1, Spahn ! 1, Burdette 2., HO Konstanty 8 in 6, ! Drews 1 in 3, Spahn 9 in 5 2-3, Bick-1 ford 0 in 1-3, Burdette 0 in 2. W Kon-! stanty (11-6). L Spahn (12-4). j LODGE MEETING 1st and 3rd Thursday ef Each Month. Refreshments. Family Movie Night Every Friday Loyal Order of Moose 181 ff. Wood St FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY DeSotos V8's 4-Doors Club Coupes Convertibles DeSotos 6's, 4-Doors Plymouths Cranbrook 4-Doors, Qub Coupes Cambridge 4-Door A good assortment of high class Used Cars priced to sell. Consult our classified list in this newspaper. II. P. HAZELRIGG CO. Authorized DeSoto-PIymouth Sales & Service Phone 3-3479 435-449 E. Prairie Avenue m (. tt V . the sBm, trim waist overalls for work and play Sure as shootin', these famous Levi's the original blue jeans will outwear any other overalls you've ever owned I Copper riveted, extra-heavy blue denim. There are lots of blue jeans, but there's only one Levi's. Look for the Red Tab on the back pocket. 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