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MKANSAS T1MB. Giants Defeat Reds, 7-4, To Hold HL Lead New York-(/Pi-The New York Giants, riding atop the N a t i o n a l League clubbed the tenacious Cincinnati Her!* into submission, 7-4,! [o maintain a one-game edge over the Brooklyn Dodgers. Lary J a n - ' ten was the w i n n i n g pilchcr, . notching his third victory of the- ' year without defeat; his 10th in l row over the Reds, and his 991 h BS a big leaguer. Bobby Thompson was the bis; gun for the G i a n t s b a l l i n g in five runs with a home run and a bases loaded double. All the Giants runs were charged to Herman Wch- m^irer, who was knocked out nf the box in the fourth. Boo Elliot and Willie Mays also homers for I he winners. Mew Y«rk 7. Cincinnati 4 CINCINNATI NEW Y O R K Dodgers Go On ^mons Blanks Batting Spree Chka9 ° CuM -° To Beat Cards Home Runs Help Indians Defeat Yankees, 10-6^:^- * ' ' . WAWHINGTt Beirut 1 llNOTOH BKTKOIT Philadeli.hia - (/Pi - Cur: Sim- Clevelan(H/Pj-Fottr-baggers b v ' Rav Bnrae, Larry Dnhy anrl Bah- M i t c h r l l sparked a lf-hit jissaitlt on the New York Yankees yesterday as t h e Cleveland I n d i a n s lonk their series o p e n e r -- a n d f o u r t h victory in i ro'.v over the j Yanks-10-6. The Trib? sot off to a fast star 1 . ' · b e l t i n g R i l l M i l l e r anil Ron KM Athletics Romp Over Browns, 5-1 Volt. !b Buihv. cf jErrors Pave jWay For Nats liB'V i _. ' Mirrrrn. . Wrnon. | ni ' i ( h .1 I n I.ipon. .1 i i t ;·.. .;, .1 · ^ ..tiohr · rf n 0 n ·nurh...;. 1 : -iniiin ir 4 II I C.rnlh. i-( Philadelphia 0 Chleafe 0 "-· Boston 3 Filtsburgh 1 ~^ 1 Brooklyn -i/Pi- T h e Brooklyn " Horlgers broke out of a minor bat- ' ' 'riff slump with a loud bang yester- mons, Philadelphia Phillie southpaw recently returned from Army duty, hurled one of tin /inn'. games oi his career yes'erd.iy in ' setting back the Chicago Cuhs 6- eriEC two hits. The ' "' ° : a. in,,!. M, - A three-run Over Tigers f o u r t h i n n n u i , h i s h l i :hfd by i| ^ j T-.-.I. I 1 -- 0 ·!· I W u h i n c o n I Dj.j-nl- 4 0 l 4 ft l X. 4 : · il'K ·h r h A n ij i a l . 1 0 0 1 1 I) C!"' n'.-|-r| .1 0 II ,,. , ,, 0 V,;, niii:, i 1 i I '.ftnn AMERICAN l fnr Sti Detroit-f/Pi-T-vo wIM throw» i n i v r ' " n ' Infield broke ' " ?. n t t Priddv i«r in 1 '.'fNI fill I m · (ion i W 13 14 H 12 12 M L Pet. t .892 t-.nt 10;"i583 IS' T4M 13 .480 !2.ri478 KM' M*n DP fin" |,y ?.av,l freely in t h e - t h i r d and f o u r t h : l u n v r r f u l trinlc tn cc'ntr-r field by : frames to stake Tribe j l a r l e r Sieve . pitcher nobliv Shiintz, K ^ v e t h e . ' l h e Detroit intleld broke up i i-verm,. firomek a 7-n lead. H u t CJromek Phll.-nlelp-ila A t H r t n y : a ii th, rims pitchen battle to give the Wish- I M; " h · - ., faded anrl the Sten S flmen .-lit t h e th?.v necked t t . n h h t 11- d e f r n t t h e ' i n j l o n Senatort a -S victory ind ! Sm TRB..'^.^ '*'"",'' sV" i V s" 5 K-.217 S': :nn'l in 7-J in the s e v e n t h and in the e i g h t h . day, clubbing fix St. Louis Card! smacked : nal pitcher; for !4 hits and a 14-8 j v i r t r r y . II \vas Card Manager Eddie Ktanky's first appearance at ah r h an r h Ebbpls Field since joining the Red- Hatton. .Ih 4 0 0| Williams. 2h 4 1 2 nird organization $£ cf I ? I'lhoSn": 3 'n" 2 ? I Poacher Roe, starting his f i f t h K'zewtki. ib 4 i r E l l i o t t , if 4 1 2 straight Tuesday game, failed to ^ ° [j · exhibit his usual mastery over the 4 n i , Cards. The Bum batters were 3 J Q i never st a loss as to what the , AHcnck. If Erlwards. rf R1J1. c M M ' l a n . s! \v hmeier, p Byerly. p ·Temple Smith, p · C a r d i n a l pitchers were throwing, 4 I 3 Dier nc. 4 0 'i'Mueller. 4 1 2 Psrk. M 3 0 lIMnri. cf 1 0 I'Jansen. p 1 0 0 l J J I giving Roe a 6-0 edge early ... totals J 34 4 10 Totals 33 7 10 ! t n e game. ' i--Filed oufToV Byerly in "«ih" ' But the Preacher evidently had- C.ncinnsii . njn mn OB2--4 ] n't worked long enough on his "'r-lSp RBI-EdwardTwchSrr: I sermon ' f o r the Card " w i t h Slan Thomson s. EH;M!. Mays. TCi-.^z-v.- 1 .:: Musisl hammering a pair of horn- ?:-:VRL"" 1 ° n ;,on rh " E To«. Ml^'i: "s. refused to play dead, Ben K!u«r.ewskL DP--Hauon and H o s -'.: Wade, a likely prospect from Miksli. Addit, ef B'mholtz. rf Sauer. If Jaeksnn. 3b Edwirris. ICACO ab r h t 0 O 1 Hamner. si 3 0 O.Ashburn. 4 0 I.Jones. ,1b 4 0 0-Ennls, rf 3 0 0 Lopata. c 3 0 0 Ryan. ?b Ra'zzottl. 2b 2 0 1 Clark, If cf Fondy. . . . n . Dark a n d Lorkmin 2 l e f t Cincinnati 3. New York 6 BB--Weh- msier 3. Byerly J. SO--Bycrty 3. Smi'h ]. Jansen 2. HO-AVehmeier 7 tn 3*i innings. Byerly 3 in .T-: Smiih 0 in 1 R «: ER-- Wchmeicr 7-7. J a n- Hollywood, took over and kept t h i n g s under control the rest of the way. Wade also hit his first uig league homer and added * e «. i'l . Winn , e [--^J"*? rwn I ^'« r I doublp. The Cards' Larry Miggins « . ! . 1 tt ,- r,__ ^^ collected his first homer in the big show. Before the game Roy Campari e 1 I a received the National League's "Most Valuable Player" award, and Camp followed throug\ with Ihree base hits, the most for Marketing Of Game Fish To Be Discussed A public meeting at the Fish and Game Commission Building i any Dodger. Brooklyn 14, tt. Lfluli I 1 ST. UOUI» BROOKLYN ab r h ab i \ Stanky. 2h in Little Rock to discus? a proposal to allow the marketing of game fish--bass an '. rrappic--will be held Friday morning starting at 10 o'clock. A number (if sportsmen in this ari?a probably will attend. Game Warden Paul Brixtcr said today that fishermen in Southern Arkansas are proposing that pub- ; Boyer. p lie rales of bass and crappie br jjlJjJi*' allowed. At present it is against : Totals regulations to pell enmc fish in Ar! a--Raifed" for werie in Rth, v^pi-ie h--Batted for Boyei 1 in 8th. ir u i t . i *, , · · St Louis 00040L _.. Hugh Harklor of M o u n t a i n · Brooklyn . . . . . 024 041 03x--14 H'imc i? the fish and game com- : E--Boyer. Cox. RBI--Hodgci 3, Commissioner from this district. . ?"??{£:.SSi _l wS? 1 nSSFl 5 1 l:Reese. M 4 0 1-Cox. nn Ijowrey rf 4 1 0, Rob'lon. 2b Mu=ia! Ih 5 3 3.Cs'p'nella, Sch'd'sl. -1h 5 I 3i Pafko. If Wcsllakn cf S 1 2i Snider, cf Miggins. If 5 1 1'Hudfes. 'lb - -· 3 0 '-' FuriTlo. rf ! n 0Hoe. p fl 0 O 1 Wade, p 1 0 0 0 0 Oi 1 0 Oi 0 0 Oi 1 0 0 0 1 0 r 40 8 13 Totiti hinder, struck out 12, ' i n c l u d i n g ! Boone setllcd the issue, j i r i as the last four in a row. | ln « situation was setting i r i i f c , hy . Gran Hamnpr got Simmons nff i uanging out his homer in t h n l.ir-; to a lead with a homer in the first ! o f lnc eighth. Rnnne a 1 ?'.) had a · inning. U u-as 5immom second dnu'nie and t-vo sinzl" 1 ? in f o u r win in three derisions, and the ( l r 'P ! ! Ul t h e platp. Phillip ace showed none of his! f n r the Yankees, who gamely pre-s*rvice tendencies to tire in j fought bark in 'he late inninj,-:, the late stages. If a n y t h i n g ho wns! Gil McDt.-ugaM pounded out a i-.vo- stronger in the last few innings. ! run homer in lh° sixth. Mi'-key 6. chicac* I i Mantle, who ha;: spent all nf hi:P H I L A D E L f J H I A ^ J h i g i CilgL . p car; , cr i n t b n n l l , r i r ,l ( 1 5 2 5 j moved in to the t h i r d Ivis' 1 S-HI! 5 l l.'in the late part of the c,ftmr. Me 5 [ \ '· got t'.vo hits, scored once Hiid ^ i 2 · made t w o eirors. 3 0 0 . ci*vctrnd 10, New Y»rk « NEW YORK CLEVELAND Ah r hi Bau-r. rf 5 1 ?. Simpson. Ih I ltir.nj:o. si 5 i .TAvilt. 2b Ncir;-n. rf 4 n 1 Ror-fn. ?h Birra. c 3 i i Dohy. rf 1 Mi7f. U) 3 1 l . M l t o h f l l . If aCcrv 3 0 n ir r | ( i|py. rf ; IfoKiir. p n o 0 Bnone. ss 1 Osirow?kt. p 0 0 fl.Trblicltv r . Miopp 1 0 0 TVgan. r . WoodlinR. If \ 0 '.iGromek. p 4 1 liBrisBl*. p 2jM^ n r"p Kuzavfl. p I 0 (1 Collins. Ih 2 0 0 Tolalj_ M 6 12Tol«ls _ JJ in 15 fi~Striick out for "Hoguc in 7lh h--Hit into double plnv for Os- trow«k! in 9th c--Stre on ^rrnr for Briisip In 7th. A-5.702 " ' ' " N c w Y o r k TM» "03 210- i; CIcvpiand no4 son o^x--Hi E--Mizr. Avila. Mltntlc 1' RBI--Dnbv 3. Mitchell. Tcblwlts. Boonr t. Wnntf- Mn(T. McDougsId 2. Btrra. Bsiifr. 2B ···ill. Simpmn 2, Mlze. Boone. Hn - Schullz, p aJeffroat. cf HSerena RairtBdell. p Totlls 3 0 0 Wnllkns. Ih 2 0 0 Simmons, n O O O 1 I 0 O 1 1 0 0 o n o .10 0 2 Totals i 0 2 I 0 0 i 3 0 O i 33 ( ' for Schultz in nth. b-Slruck nut for AdHi in »'h civcigo . . . . ooo ooo ono--n ? o Philadelphia 100 320 ? 0x--fi II l E-Ryan. RBI-Clark ?. Hamner. , ,., u R s io Jones^ fcnnlJ. Lopita. 2B-Lopat. Kn- ! Hrown 3b Ills. Hn--Hamner. SB--Alhburn. D?-- | Mantlf 31 Ram.zzotli. Mlksii ,nd Fondy. Left Mllier Chicaso s. Philadelnhla 10. BB-Hatten S, Schultz 1. Hamsdell 1. Slm- moni 2. SO--Halltn 1. Simmons 12 HO--Kitten 10 in S', inninss: Srhulu Sta/'iS'SKS..'..?^^^ 1 Simmons (2-11. r.on»r---Hattcn i SBPory. -- - r h h t :' 3 l ] s n (i 5 3 :i 4 :i :' i o n , ... u-- Dnscoli and Jorda. T - Rice, c Presko. p Schmidt, p Yuhar. p Werlp. p «H. Rice White Sox Blank Bosox Chiragn -f/Pf- Minnie M i n n s o banged oul a US-foot home run and added a two-run single to drive in four runs as his Chicago j ^ | White Sox mates ripped the Boston } 0 0 I Red Snx, 5-0. Billy Pierce regisi- 2 o n ' cred the \vin 3 2 5 . . _ . Flo,wer grower have learned Dohy. Mitchell. MrDougflld. Boonr- SB--Rizztiln. S--Tphhelts. DP- Mc- Doiuald nnd Mlr.e; RiTiuto. McDnn- gald and Mit?: HoonR nnd Simmon Left-New York 8. Cleveland 12 ftB Miller t. KU?HVB I. Oatrnwttlct 2 Gr«i- m^k 2. Wynn 1. SO-Milkr 1. Kii7.«va 1. Oslrouski i. Gromek I Bri^uc l HO--Millrr B in 2?^ Innln-n: Kuza-6 in 2'.i: Uogue o in 1; 3 in "· " . .- . ·nki 39 H U 000 400 202-- « glm. ! 215--Km Not white, not wheat, not rye, but a flavor blend, of all three-- JtiMRp's Unman Meal nread. ·11-19-tf . . . lider. Srho«ndienst, Weit- Cox. 21 lake. Wade. nB--Hemus. HR--Hodites. J Miggins. Wado. Musial 2. SB--Pafko. Campanella, Cox. DP- Robinson. Reisse and Hodites. Left. -St. Louis 8. Brook[ lyn 12. BB--Preiko 2. Roe 2. Schmidt 3. Yuhas 4. Boyer 1, Bokelmann 1. how to brine garden chrysanthe- j "hi: Bmsie o in l: mums into bloom any month of nff R ~ M J" M ,'" 1 - K the year by using shading cloth to · w G wpL'G r V m ',* yn - Vynn 2 In : iva 3-3. MO«IIP 1-1. Ostrowskl . u,-... Loser-Miiie'r H - f l ' U--MrGowan | Grieve. Berry. Napp. T -2:35. A-^l.- i Sib. shorten th? days and artificial lights to lengthen days. Wade 1. SO--Roi 1. Prcsko I. Schmidt I " i. Wade «. Yuhat 2. Boyer i. 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