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K«w York-f/P)-The Boston,Red Sox edged thc New York Yankees,, |*4, yesterday to gain ground in ( the American League race. The Bosox are 'tow in third place three and a half cames behind trip World Champions. Cleveland is in second place Three games off the pace. Big Al Brnton was the hen for the Red Sox. The 41-year-old re- liefer retired seven Yanks in a row to preserve the win for Sid Hudson. Hudson had locked horns with Ynakee ace Eddie Lopat and the game was a scoreless struggle r;oine into the si*lh. Al t h a t point the Sox erupted with four hits t'-it combined with an error for five runs. New York rallied for twn in the sixth and two in the seventh. Rut that is where Benton took over and he retired every batter t h a t came to the plate. Bob Hogue, Jim McDonald and Johnny Sain followed Lopat to the mound. ·Mt*n New Yam ah r h ah r h DiMaggio. cf .i t A.Woodling. If - T i l Cernert. Ih 4 1 1 Collins. I h 4 0 0 Stephens, H 4 1 2'Bauer. rf Kcll. 3b 1 0 0 Brrra. c Lipon, 3h .T 1 fl M f l n t l c . rf FverE If 4 1 2 Brown. 3h Wilann. rf 4 n 1 M'D'g?:rt. 2h l.cprio. 2b 4 1 2 R-Muto. as \Vhiie. c o o n b-Mize Wilbur, c 4 0 0 Lop?t. p Hudson, p . 1 0 0 HOSUO. p Benton. p 1 0 0 M 1 T Vnald, p Sox Stop Yankees; 5-4 ^Mathias Breaks Old Mark In Olympic Decathlon Trials NORTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fayttttvill*, Arkamm,. Thunday, July 1, 1952 LAST AMERICAN LOS 4 0 2 4 n n i 4 i 1 1 4 i n i 1 n II; 3 0 0 j 1 0 0| I n n n n o 0 fl Drobny Outlasts Flam To Reach Wimbledon Finals With Sedgeman JVA Hospital Trims G« ^Company Nine, 121o6 a-Siniled for HqEiie In (1th. ; h-Flied out for Rizzuto in 9th. I BDsion nn nns 000--5 j K-v.- York . . . nno 0 0 2 200--4 ! F-Wilson. Brown. RBI -Evers 2, ' Lippon. Wilber, Woodling, Collins. Mr- . Doufald. 23--Lepclo. Gernert. Bsucr SB Wcodling. DP--Hudsnr.. Stephen* Stepheni and Lopst. Wondling and McDougnld. Left-- Boston 8. New York 4 SB--Hudson 2. LopBt 2. McDoufAld ! 1. SO--Hudson 3. Lopat 2. HO--Hud- . son fi in fi 2-.1 innings: Benton fl i n ! 2 1-n: Lopst 7 in 5 (pitched to six hat- | lrr.« in 6;ht Hogue 0 in 1: McDonald 1 in I: Sain 3 in 2: R and ER-- Hudson I 4-2: Benion 0-0: Lopat 5-5: HOJUP 0-0; McDnmld 0-fl: Sain 0-0. Winner--Hudson (fiS). Tfnser-- Lopat i5-Si. tl--TUir- ' Iry. Nipp. Robh. T--2.3S. A--20.514 Two Are Named To University Faculty The appointment nf two new faniltv members to the University College of Arts nnd Sciences was announced today by Dr. G. D. Kichnls, dean. | Stars Kern Chandler Jackson, as- ! sislant professor of ecology, find i Hutjh H. Iltis. instructor in bac- ' 's Hospital Porkers' Pryor Places Eighth In Field Of X Stanford Star Has Better Record In All But Two Events T i l l a r c . Calif.-i/Pl-Tlit; Hub M a t h ' s slor'y, a small Inwn wonder inscribed in the rncnrris ot t h e \vnr'd. look on nnnthcr amazing and magnificent c h a n l p r Inday. The next pafies w i l l bo nddr-d this month in the Olymnic fiamo.s at Finland, when handFnme, !1- ycar-nlrl Rob, the world's Bro,it"5.t track nnd f i e l d alhlclo. collides «R.iln with the best ol Mher lands. But first comes Ihe '-hunter written last nicrht by M a i h i a s . Hr arcomplished these feats: lie broke the u-orid record of is me u n u e n siaies ccampiun'--iii _ . . , - , 0 - n i)} . _ least until September. His doubles . 4 U pnmt-j he s-t m 19.-.0 w i t h a Decathlon Chomp At Work · Wimbledon, England - (IP) - Thf United Staffs today was lefl holding nothing but the has a? fnr as the three big international tennis championships are concer".r-ri. Australian ace Frank Sedgmjin is the United States champion'--at team will pany, 12-6, in i City Softball League game. The winners made 12 hits and two errors. The Gas crew collected eight hits rors. Oxford pitcher. ind made three er was the winning Pels In Front Oi Mobile In Southern Race man or Jaroslav Drobny th; champion of Wimbledon. They'll fi?ht center cnurt tomi It n u t n n l h i f a m K l j 0 | v m p i morrow. Drnbnv. a !., ·' ,; ..u_ .. :., « »:i:.n n ' inis n _ . , ... Czech refuses who now is a ntuen ". smashing 1,825 points. He wen ;hc United States championship for the fourth limr. something no one else ever did. He wnn his berth on thc U. S. decathlon team, and lofi l i t t l e town of 12,00(1 this in with his eliminated the last of the Yank · bound. contingent. low-Vide-* He.rbie Mathias. national winner In Flam of Bevcrlv Hills. Olif, In a , |i.jB-4!)-5U-52, whipped the lie-Id semi-final m a t c h , 6-2, 6-1, 0-fi, . in th( ) R ) j ) Olympics at Ihe age of n,,i, M a t h h s is 8 -'°' f ' 4 ' 17 and should t!o it airain. Sedgman. probably th» f i n " = t « 1: . rc , et . two "nil p o u n d s . amateUr player in the world. al--r · ·'*. "*'.' · ' ,,,,,,...,. - M a t h i n s is aboul ill pounds heavier than in '48. Hut he improved all his previous best dr- cnlhlon marks except in thc polo By Thi Allocated PtMI | Mobile's hopfs of playing host | to tht Southern Association All- ' ere bright and burning l a s t , u n t i l Atlanta's bucket b r i Bade dashed two bif doses of cold water on the once red hot Hpars. After Atlanta's astonishing 4-2 7,441 i" up w i t h t;riology and botany, will assume | and 2-n victories Mobile is i full duties at the University on Sep- : game back of New Orleans, (ember 10. j Instead nf winning at such a propitious time. New Orleans lost to Birmingham 6-4. The Southern team leading the DOROTHY DIX -c"TiNUED muM p*r-i roun to be nothing wrong In your household t h a t would make you unacceptable fts Foster Parents, and the experiment will lead to worthwhile friendships for you, and give you a purpose in life-- t'le luck of which is actually your crying need rather than lack of entertainment or friends. Try it. and let me know if the project is successful. W A N T E D CHERRY PICKERS Apply *t ih* Poll* Julr 29th. Compensation: Good GoTirnmvnl Political advert::cmcnt paid for hy Cherry for Covernrr Commit!**. league after double-headers on the Fourth of July meets the All-Stars July 9 at home. Mobile now trail? New Orleans by » full g»m» and each has thr« games to play. Meanwhile. Chattanooga i? a remote factor In the ATI-Star race. The Lookouts trail New Orleans by two full games. The Crax also got back into the first division. Nashville dropped a notch although the Vols won from Memphis 6-1. i The finest pitching of the night I was Al Sim«'« against Little Rock ! as Chattanooga won 7-0. The defeat was the Trav.s' 10th in a row. ·Phillies Trip Dodgers Twice ready had gained hi" f i n n l br.'ickc'l, \ beating countryman Mervyn Hose. ' 6-4. fi-$. 7-5. nnd he'll no doubt ' rule the favorite when hn ern«"* ' rackets w i t h the bespectacled ; Drobny, a southpaw swin-.cr. ! So thc United Stales, which has held the Wimbledon men's t i t l e since Jack K r a m r r won it in 1947. is out in the cold. I But the wornf-n 5 '"I? will r"- : m a i n secure In American hands j for at least another year. It's just a matter of whose n a m » will he i on the cun. Maureen Connolly, t h ? 17-year-nld United States c h a m - 1 ^ pion from San Diego, is making ai c | . a r n . ^0 meters--0:10.8; bid to add the all-England "o 1 " 1 1 j u mp_23-Vi;' shotput-4fl-HI',:; I h i K h jump--fi-2%; 4on-meter r u n '--0:50.8; 110-meter hi5h hurdler, --0:14.fi- d i s c u s -- I r i 7 - l l ^ f c ; poV.' vault--12-3U; javelin- 183-10^; 1,500-mcier run--4:.15.3. Dean Pryor, University nf Arkansas alhiote. finished elshth in the dccalhlim team trials. Pryor finished with ».620 points. -. Twenty-six contestants were in the starting field. Some critics complained when the International AAU rmcrscrt M a t h i a s ' 1DSO record of R.042 points tn 7.144. So \:hat He breaks the loiifher nine events and winds 7.B25. Here are his marks set in Ihe wcarine, w e a r v i n 7 tv.'o-nicht pro- '- - ' road to her American title and could make it. She plays in · semi-final today a(t«inst Shirley Fry, a camnaignpr from Akron. Ohio, who lost to "Little Mo" in the United States final it ForMt Hills last year. Also still very much in the running is Louise Broujh of Beverly. Hills, Calif., who meets Mrs. Pat Todd in the oth?r semi-final. shnv.-n p u t t i n g the shot 4,'( I'cel 10V4 inches lit the Olynt.ic (J.'imrs Dcralhlrn iri^l.s «1 Tularr, C n l i f . M«thiH5 bettered j mnr-t nf .his prr 1 . ions in;nlv in the t\vn-day. 10-rvcnt K i i n d to p"«l r ;i \vo--](l rpcnrri In!;;! of T.HL'S pnints. His old m n r k , set in 1950, w a s ; 7,144. ( A I 1 W i r c u h n l m . | Boslon-(/|VW;irrpn Spahn brst- j «l Monte Kennedy here yesterday tn Rive th« Hnstnn Bra VPS « 2-1 victory over the New York Giants. A t w o - r u n hnmcr by rookie «w- ond siicknr ./nek Dlttmer in the .seventh WHS enotigh to snap · nix- \ ^;nnp ftoston losing streak. Kennedy and Spahn-- vhn had dropped his last four starts -locked in ,i .··.corcleK.t p i t c h i n g duel for six innings. I n the- Giants' sovr.n'ih an error in the outfield led to the K'tme'r. '"'"I rilt1 Then w i l h two out in th? lost nf the seventh Kennedy surrendned ' Rookie s first Homer Gives Spahn Win Over Giants Shantz Pitches A's To Victory Over Nats, H Philadelphia -f/I')-Rnhhy H h a n t z r r n l i n i i p s !o prove Hint h 0 is no pin.-ni'-t; plory *·*, far n^ p l t r l i l n R ii fnn"?rnrd. Ho rhalkn'l up his M I S virlory" fif t h r :T;I^OH l ; i?t i record is now 7-8. nf lh( , (jvo hiK an ,| S)) . |lm g;u .,, ,,,, n u t m. His Chisox Nip Tigers On Minoso's Ninth ' nte J( » uceze Homer Of Year, 3-2 By Browns Again; This Time In 10th Detroit-d'P)-M i n n i e Minoso's ninth homer of the season was the victory margin (or the Chicago White Sox yesterday in a game with the Detroit Timers. 3-2. BjUy Pierce, although kavoed in the seventh, got credit (or his ninth win ol the sMson. -liehl in convincine f;ishion. nl- 'rvvinfr only f o u r hits in · t n n p i n f i "IP tt'ashimjfnn Sonstors. 4-1. Tho lone t n l l y off thc l i t t l e n i r v n - h f t l l p r v r a a home run in t h e sixth by J n ^ k i o Jenr-cn. Th" N a t s had «.'.nhPf. Shunt?, 'n a 1 run Ic-.'id in I h - f i r l frr^rrp r.-ime hick in the r : phlh to Iwn more. Clevelnnd-f/n-Rfirnpy McC^liy c:-ime through with s pinch-suiRlo with the bases loaded nnd one out the 10th i n n i n g yesterday tn Brnoklyn- Philadelphia j ...Jh f Palf_Hose scored a pair I '" r n' giV' illtil ond e th Cleveland Indians ra-(rame victory over Ynr-t. ^h Rustiv rf .!er.i''n rf Wood. If Vrrnnn. Ih the I i earlier in" the season. It might be I the new manager, Steve O'Neill. I who recently replaced Eddie Saw- 1 yer. But whatever it i.« the Phils '. jumped on the power-laden Brook; lyn Dodgers yesterday tor a p a i r ; of wins. 4-3 and 2-1. I Right-handers Robin Roberts l a n d Russ Meyer did the hurling, for thc Phils. Robe lid the mining: v : ranrt-. M rts fired a n e a t ! Pi'"--. P Dor sh, p Btlr.lt ab r h i ' 4 n O'.Xatfleld. .1b I : 2.priddj. !h 4 1 l'«-Wcrl» 4 fl t '.itreritV i 3 n I) Groth. c r 4 fl : Dropn. 11) 3 n i i,?n:-.«rtr. 11 1 n 1 Smichoclt. rf J 0 1 Swlfl. c 3 0 0 h-Hopp 0 0 0 ^frry. »! I --Minri I Tcwli's-.r. n IXollowny. 3h i »h r h 3 n fl Inrtnt, in 4 (l If 'nln. Ih .1 1 I ''hlllrv. cf A n n 7,rrninl. If (i I V.l'o. rf n n l Hltchc'rk. 1b . T O O Sur^r. 2b :i o n \«tro!h, c 3 o I -Shunt*, p XI 1 4 null I Wlll'm.!. 21) ! l.'rk'mn. It) i Thorns'll Hh I 'I tuimp'n, cf Dark, M Mutllfr. rf '··''- ; rWcslruni a n d ! Yvnra. r n d r f l ^ j j ; ^ . " Kennerty. n Uterine, if Tntnls fib r h a l 1 .1 2 1 l n «i .lelhrof, rf 1 n : ;n i. n-tf .1 o 'l Cooper', r 1 !i II Crow, ih .1 1 1 Daniel. 1 !, rf :· li 1 M n : h r w n . .".it I n 0 t,n*nn. n I .1 n i'li:mif:r. Zh 2 0 0 Spuim. p 1 n 0 0 0 0 ; »-Fouled out for * 1 J i b-Grnunr.crt i N r v York 2 1 1 S fl 0 V.'llinn In 7 t h . | fnr Thornpann in MuMK-r in 9 h ofKi (Mm im--i II.K) 000 20x-- .' j M i r . win the day htforn. · Mike Garcia and Gene n?aMni were opposing pitchers at the st.irl. o i 2 o i J n o ofVeslcrdny's'strueKln. but m * " was around at thc finish. Bri tjnve up a run in t r WashinRlon 001 001 OM--I P h i ' i H f l p h i n 200 000 02x-- 4 E-- Kn'.n. Ilunnch. Hoderifln. Grn-^o. i B J -- ^ h i l l p v Zernlsl 2. Jrnsen. 2B-- ^rrnial HR--.Trniten. DP--Hodrrlpln. 3 (i 0 51 ,T 9 TrttAl^ six-hitter in the opejiftr and Bill Nicholson, with a two-run pinch- hit homer in the eighth, took care of the nightcap. I Meyer gave up only seven nils i and the run scored afiain?t him I was unearned. He save way for ! Nicholson's pinch-hit appearance. i but rfceived rredi; for the win. i Jackie Robinson homered with ion* on in the first Ramf. j ," Souchock ? HR--Minn«o. S FIRST OAM* . K-~Lotlar. Miranda. Dropn - Phll»*#lpM» Br»»hlyii L · M i r ^ n l M . fox anrt RftWn-nn: H · - u »h r h ! fU fr. fox ond Tinhinrnn: Dropn. P first ?ml in th" f o u r t h . Garria. mean- ; .1 (i i ' t i m r \va? touched for sin?lr runs : l n ° in the f i f t i i and ?rvonth. B"th 1 n 1 ! pitchrrs RO; in Irnuble near t h r end nf Ihe regulation time nnd werr liftot" i »t. L«uU Run "rln: . . nd Vcrnon, J^nit. Surtfr *nrt Fiin i u n a u l s t « d . !.rfi-- Wash-1 PhHarlrlnhii S RB-- Pnr'T- . Sb-.n!?. 2 FO-- t ?h-'n'T ?.: Port- 1 n anH F.n-'^-ntr 1 - 1 . p ^r- i o n i n n , r r ' - r l l r l r t ' i «Ground*rt I h-Groi ; YnunK, ! River*. i Kry'ski. . .. out fnr Priddy in 7th. iried out (nr f w t f t In 9'^ rtert out for Bern- in 9'h nio "01 OHO--" " . . - . " ' "I"TM 0 °- ; | J o h M n r i . hnrlt. f I B T -- R o b n«on. Mino- · ntbmjc. ·»"*r:lt M rh'l*. D" 1 -- . Drm'tri. . Cour f h OLD CABIN STILL ^^ II*NI 90 PROOF KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY I 9 U 1 I V I I L I . R I N T U C I T Ashbiirn. cl W H i t k u * . i b Hiimner. M Lopit. c Clark, rf Ennia. If Ry»n. 2b Jones. 3n Roberts, p rf 4 n 1-Fnri! 5 1 2:Cox. 3t 5 i liHoblnion. Ih S 0 rCamp'U. c S 1 3'Shuba, cf S o 2'cWllH«nn 3 1 liSnlrier. ct 3h 4 ft l ! Kndc«A. 1 0 0 Mot-gun, j i c h m l t i . .,nd Dropft, B-rry ?nrt 1 2 Chiciio 5, rjp'roit 7 BB--"ITCC .1 4 1 I I SO--Pltrre 3, Dorhh 1 Nr'.vhin.'rr ? 5 0 f L l t l l e f l f l d 1 HO--Pierc- 7 in fi ?-.t 4 0 I tnnim«; Dori^h 1 in 1 M: N'rwhiu--r ft 0 O i R in 7 T.ili'e'ipid 1 in ? R =nrt F,R 3 n O ] p ! t r r p ?-1; Ncwhon^cr 3-1 W--Pl-rrr 3 1 1 i (9-r... L--Nwhoii«tr i?-1i I r - R rt "n- 1 0 o l n i - " . Fr»--*. Berry nnd D u f f y . T-1 C "'MIS A-4.273. ah r h .1 0 1 Krirllry. rf 4 l 2 eR*i*cr 2 1 n Pop(?. rf 5 0 2 AVI!*. 2h 4 fl 2 Milrhell. If 1 0 f) Rosen, ^h-si 4 0 0 Dohy. ff 5 0 1 Vmpwn. Ih 4 0 n Tlp'rtn. r 4 (1 I · M r C o r f c y 38 2 ih r h 3 1 1 1 o n o o o 2 0 I S I 2 How Thev Stand AMEBICAN W 40 p . !L«h!n*. p M p t f k n IViA Cuyh IKiAi. p 'Buck, p 'bNclion IBridMI, Jb n n o l n n n n n i n n i o n i n i a n n l n o V · a-Grnunded nut (or Morgan i h-3inild (or Hick in 7th. i r.R»n for Shubi in »!h. rt-Fli*rt out for Lth.nf m !»tn. B-Po(ip*d out fnr Bridfpjj in rli i Pliilnrt^iphij · 200 101 noo-- * · ftrnnklvn ^"" ^^ "^--* i 15-Mnr|nn C«mn«ntll». H«mnsr ! Itm--'-ip«'i. .Innfi. RoMnxon 2. En! nl«. NH-on :B--IHmntr. Hy;n. 3B i Clurk ITn-Rfthln.'ftn. SB-- Aihburn i H-- ttnrrnn. Snlrt'f DP--Cumiiinf«· In I Knhin.nn. Ull - Phllndelnhi. I I : i i nnmklyn « B»--Hnbtrti 1. Kirn ! Sn , -Unbfrli (. V n n Cuyk I. K l n « '.I I R c h m ' t r 1. l.«hlrp J. HO-V.n Cuyk j I m I-J: Kln» « In « I-!: R'«rk » I" I 1-3 II unit rH-«nb'rl« 3-3: V«n Cuvk "'3 Biifk 0-0 Srhmllr n-0. I.I- hlrif fl-fl. H»P-Kln« i«.v«ni: Shmnr. Unh'rli i l l - J i . l.r*tr--Vin Cuv* u'-Si. ' II--Onrf Cnn'in. Snwrl «nH Ou«' W§«« Or Tilt A«MUto Trtmt WMhlnpm, D. C.-Gl*n ««n, 110, At. P»ul nulpolnlH Smith. 12V Wuhlnfton, If). wp, luririi: All-Stars Beat Prairie Grove In First Tilt The Fayeltrvillf Miri^ft LoHttur All-Star hasohall 1/*Hm cainM n 12-. r v i r t n r y ivor Prairir drove .vC5trrHny r\\ Prairir nrnvr. It was th» team'" fir-il c«mr ^ i n r r t^r selection of mrmhprs from thfi f i v p - l r a m F«ypUrvill« loac;iir. OforR' 1 I.^'A'if. onr of t' 1 * 1 l^ani 1 *; thrpf* nilrhT?, l u r n o r l tn a noftt ( n u r - h i t l T In caininR tl-f v i f t o r y . HP tt'ns in Iroublr nnrf httt work- rd onl of It without ton tnurh dam»?p. An i n f i r l r l nf John Sir^lP »t f i r s t , John M a h a n fit sornnrl. B;iby Morrijt *t ^hortslftp, *nrl Honnio .Tones at third, pUyfd tx-rlienl dpfenjtlvp. b»ll. Bill Mfyprf;, ralch- ini » ffK»d iirri*. mlwwl * hom« run in Ihf Tint f n n l n K when be f»H«! t« tnuch third base on hi* way tft hfifn* plat*. Thi hi| Mffnitlvt blow for F»y- Htfvilt^ wax itnirk by Harold Bn- hanin wh*n h« tripled In th* **\-fnth wtlh th^ bmn lna1H a-S'.urk mil fnr ITirtl-v m 'J'Ji. · n-"inR!r-l Jf;r Tiplon i n 10'n. j x-On* mit w h r n w m n i n « ru^ srorrM l g- | niii* Otlfl 010 iftl 0 --''. rifvr'?ftnr1 100 I 0 " nofl ' · ' ^ ' E- A v l l n , R3I~-Ro*en i. \imin. i M i l r h e h HR-Hoon Stt -FTirllcv. (Coiirtncv. McCnjkv rR-- Avi!^. T i p : o n . I Dohy S -- D r n j i s i n . Kryi*n:ki. Tlmrn ' OP - Y o u n ~ D.-nnri!i nnrt Krvhn*k.: ' R n i c n Ax-.]* «nrt Stmpl^n Lf ft - SI : 1,-Mih 12 C.rvP'nnrt T! BB- H e n M ' n 15. Mirtiron n. G*rrift 4 SO- Beardm ' Kartfson l HO --R'urf^n 7 in 7 2-.1 U n n l n n v M a r l i - n n 2 in I 2-.1. finrria in R 1 - " . H n r r h o in 12-3. R ond f.7. :n-ar1^n *-2. Mnrtl*.nn 1-1, Gurrl.i 2 H-rrm n-0 Winner I l a r r i i H - f l i . !".' - . M n r t l r n n M - l i I f - ; cvpn«. llor ' r h i r k . e t i m m * n unri i r i c v p T - A-H.M'! Slaughter Paces Cards To Victory Over Reds, 3-0 St. Lniil? · lA'i · H u r r y Brr-rh"fn pitched tho St. Loiili Cirrllnals to N 3-0 victory o\'fr Ihr- C l c i n n s t i Rivin tftr t h f l r 12th virtnrv in thr l«r.t II furnn. Knot S l l u j h l t r continued hii hittini r.impaKO, drlvlnn In ill r u n s in thf f l R h t h ! with i busn-loniM rjnublt oil lod^r Hprrpin W^hHjclfr. C l n f l n n s t l ....000 OW) (inn--fl * I St. Irfluii . . . . O W ) 000 Mx-S (I 0 W»Hm»l*r »ni1 Vwlfllck; Bre- Now York . .. 3 J J Cleveland 1 " 1 3 ,, : [ioslon .11 l o l C h i r f i C O . . .. W J J f| War.hinclnn .... . SB .1 n (i P h i l a d e l p h i a . 28 34 .4M 1 " " St. I/illis 32 li'i » · Hetrnit 23 Wr-rfnr-firtav'n Rrsnltx I'- . I'.oston S. Now York t orr ,, Cleveland 3, St. Louis 2 f i n innings) Chicaiio S, Detroit 2 Philadelphia 4, Washington 1 I .fi-.plMiriurih I Chlr.m 1» BB- mm. T-lK A IA*tMl)-HbMI.' i ( K i m * I. 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