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June 11, 1952

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, JUM 11, IfS] A i i'i ·Ite ir ' Turpin Kayoes tockell; Wails For Title Shot tondon-Mt-Beltlnf Randy Tur pin, who now owni four boxing 'titles in two weight divisions, rested on his laurels today waiting to M* who will fight him for * world "championship. Turpin crashed into the llght- huvywelfht ranks last night with · brilliantly executed Jl-round jtvockout of Don Cockell. · Te well-earned victory fave him Cockall'i British national and British Empire 179-pound crowns! te go with the Erigllih and Euro-1 pean middleweight titlei he already owns. The power-punching 2.4 - year- old Negro will have to give up at least one of hit British titles soon because the rules say he can't be champion in two weight divisions at the same time. But he's In no hurry, "I'll keep whichever one will get me a world title fight," he said, "and I reckon that all depcndi on how Robinson and Maxim come out." SUgar Ray Robinson, the world middleweight king, meets Joey Maxim, the light heavyweight champ, for Maxim's title in New York June 23. Jack Solomons, who promot last night's show which drew 90 000 fans into White City Sladlui hopes to line up the Maxlm-Ro Inson winner for a London bo with Turpin. AfftMf rfc« l/OW PYRAMID W.y OMfiskwN.1 Sow Mash KENTUCKY STRAIGHT ·OURION WHISKEY T. W. S A M U E L S I I S T I L L E t Y ·f^ ·* 11 * t · V U 1*1, H I N t U C K T Cardinals Nip Vodgers, 1-0 \ln 10th frame i St. Louis-f/J'j-Solly Hernus talk the umpire into a free pats first.base after being hit In th thumb by a pitched ball and the ·rooted home ahead of n« Schoendionst's triple in the Jflt Inning last night to give the S Louis Cardinals a 1-1) victory ove the Brooklyn DodRers. The game was a pitching due between the Cards' Joe Presk and the Dodgers' Chris Van Cuy for 10 innings when Schoendlens broke it up. Presko allowed fiv hits and Van Cuyk six. Prcsko although pulled for a plnch-hitte In the 10th, iot credit for the win M. La*U 1, aTrwklril | ·ROOKLY.t «T. LOU'J ah r h| Morian. 3b 3 0 2'He ·b r Hee«~'"ai" 4 ii ]is'ndlrnil."lb 4 0 Snider, cf 4 0 lIMuilnl, cf 2 0 Roblnion, 2b 4 0 I [Slaughter, rf 4 0 C'panelJa. c 4 0 OiLowrey. If 41) P«lko. If 4 0 O'Glavlano. 3b 3 0 Kndgei, Ib .1 0 OiSliler, Ib 4 0 TurlMo, rf 3 0 0|D. Rice, c 3 0 Van Cuyk. p ,1 0 0 Preikn, p 3 0 hStanky 1 0 . Totall 32 0 S.Totala 30 1 a--Grounded out for Presko In 10th Irooklyn 000 000 000 0--0 St. Lnuti . . 000 000 000 1--1 E--Van Cuyk. RBI--Schoendienit 'B--Slsler. Morfan. D. Rice. 3B-- krnoendlenit. S--Schoendienit. DP--- Echoendienet. Hemuf and Siller 2: forcan. Roblnion and Hodcel; Rob- naon, Reeie and Hndcei; Hodfei and lecae: Hemua. Schoendienst and Slier. Left--Brooklyn 3, St. Louli 9 BB--Van Cuyk 8, Preiko I. SO--Van Cuylc 4. Preiko 2. R t ER--Van Cuyk -1. Preiko 0-0. HBP--v»n Cuyk Hemun, Winner--Preiko ci-ui. Loner --Van Cuyk 14-3). U--Conlan, Stewart, ufllelmo, Gore. T--2:28. A--18,041, Minner Pitches, Bats Cttbs Past Chillies, 10-5 Chlcago-OT-Paul Minner prov- d to be good v.'ith his bat as well s his arm yesterday as the Chl- ago Cubs blasted the Phlladel- hla Phils, 10-5. It was the flnly ay game on yesterday's major ague card. Minner breezed to his xth victory by giving the Phils ght hits, hut it was his batting at stole the show. A left-handed batter as well as pitcher Minner belted his first imo run of the season in t h e urth inning to break a 3-D tie. was his second hit of the game. Hank Saner, baseball's leading tter, supplied a home run in e filth off loser Karl Drews. It an his 15th round-tripper of the ason and tils 5Mh run batted In. Stan Lopata homered for the sers. albert Heads Davis Cuppen New York-(/P)-Bill Talbcrt was ppolnled captain of the United ate* Davis Cup team that will ice Japan in the first round of H) -.ftprln American zone. «· ·,,,!· » aJml wer M* ». mm I get Conocok NEW 1-2-3 ow AdallM ii doinc flM... thank, to ·oe of tba fTMtwt Mi-vice* .v«r offered thai Botorlaf public--a aervic* that help, en- fiiui l«st lonfm, perform better, tun Itu gmaoline and oil! It'a ««actly th. aomr service that kept teat cars new in Conoco's spectacular "60,000 Milta-No W«r" road taat! In that famoua 60,000-miln teat, with 1,000-mile drain and proper filter aervio, »aat car ·nfinea ahowcd no war of any nntequtna: in fact, an av.raie oflta. than ·oe onc-thouaandth inch on cylindwa and crankahaffa. Goaolim mileao for the lout f.OOO mile. wa actually 99.77% aa food ai for the fint 6,000. Now you can let tbi* atme. 1-2-3 "10,000 Milea-No W«ar" Sarvice, at your Conoco MitMfe Merchant', today! 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Mele put his name down along side five others In the record book y hitting a home run with two on and a triple with the bases oadcd in the fourth. Harry Byrd started for the A's ind was charged with the loss ie was kayoed in the big inning as was his reliefer Johnny Kucab. Ed Wright finally got things under control ai the third pitcher. miiaji If, nila.la.akia 4 PHIL«I»L*HI* .b r h! Ton, 2b ( 2 2'Jooit. aa Hlnoan. If 4 1 3!Suder. ai Mdc.TMb 5 2 ziraln. Ib Boblnaon. Ib J 0 UPhilley. ct Zarllla, rf n 2 HZernlal, If Coleman, cf 5 1 ZiThomai. If R'rlcuez. 3b 4 J ZlValo. rf ·»'·"--·- "· 1 I) 0'KeII 2b 4 I 2'Bevan. 3h 4 1 ffTIpton. c 4 1 oiBird. r I « 1'Kucab. p oon; W r ,, m , p Miranda! 3b Sheely. c Car'quel, Pierce, p aLollar bBrown Kretlow, p Totall ' 42 15 11 Total. ab r h ] 0 0 3 1 ] 3 1 2 f 1 2 4 1.1 1 0 0 4 0 1 3 0 0 4 * 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 36 4 10 a--Slniled for Pierce In 8th. b--Ran for Lollar In 8th. " 2IO ° **---- 000210 100-- , ;., hiladelphia ..... ---E -- Kell. 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