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Siloam Springs Is Dark-Horse In Ohe-A Grid Picture IT ALLAN GOBMT, JR. · Siloam Spring*' Pinlheri, who . optn Uitlr Kuan September 12 against Fayettevlllf H)(h School, prthably' won't know just whit .kind of a'team they hive untii ·Jttr the lint two or three times · »re written into the record book. The Pwtheri will be · fiirly big team, but will lick speed and vital experience. It Is in the first two rame-i thit Head.Coacl. G. W. "Nig" dlack hopes hi team will tain the necessary experience, because the Panthtri embark on their district schedule, against Bentonville, in their third gime. Pryor, Okla., follows Fayetteville on the Panther slate. r · FIX letlermen returned thii fall for opening drills August in, joined by 21 other hopefuls. This squad will be swelled to ·bout 35 when school opens, but ·s the head coach points out, it Will take'a while before the l|te comers, f et into a position to help. Two Sealer Lettermen Two seniors and four juniors make up the lettermen corps, with Uttwrt Diebm, US-pound fullback and Lee Martens, 170-pound .end, the top back and lineman. Martens, alonf with James Stout, a .center,'are the only returnirifi seri- ,ior letJarmBi and the only 'letter wiqnera in. the line. · ' · · · · ' · ··'·· Other letterinen are Milford ' Anglin, 190-pound junior half- l»»ck; C?rl Hill, 150-pound junior defensive halfback; and Roy Von Peoples, ISS-pound junior quar- · terback'. Tht ^biggest ray of hope for the 'Fiinthers this season appears to be in^the ichedule. Coach Black Bdrmtj'iie does not expect',! very 'food qveriti rtcofd."But*ei'coh- ·' tefidi there is a good chance that Sileam Springs will be a tough 'tiani to beat late in the season. Harrison is generally picked as the District One "A" school most likely to win the'honors in that division. Siloam Springs meets Harrison at Hirrison in its fifth game and that could be the turn- tag point in the season for the Fathers. At that time they will have four rugged games under their belts. And an .open date precedes the trip to Harrison in which to get ready a special offense and to heal any injuries. Top Teams In NWA Games with ' Fayetleville and Rogers, rated the top team in Northwest Arkansas by m o s t coaches, should help steady the Siloam Springs team and certainly will point up the flaws on which Coach Black will want to work prior to the Harrison date. If the Panthers could get past Harrison, which thquld be 1 weaker with a good portion of its great team of lut year graduated, then they'll meet Alma at home and Huntsville at Huntsville^ on 'the next two weekends with 'a chance to take the blue ribbon. But most of the importance appears to rest on their trip to Boone County.. Of course Coach Black refuses to dwell on such eventualities. He Bulldog Bulwarks Three linemen who will be counted on to carry a big share of the load this fall through what Heati, Coach Harry Vandergriff calls "the school's toughw. schedule in history" arc shown going through their ·Mil. .1 Hi.TMTM. Plavfield where daily oractices are under way. Leading the charge (left) is team cap - driils at Harmon Playfield where daily practices are under . . _ . . . tain Norman Powers, a senior tackle and a two-year letterman. Second in line is Jerry Hcrrod, also a senior tackle with a pair of letters. The Jast man (rljht) is Tom Robinson, stciler Icticrman guard, also a senior. The Dogs open their schedule September 12, against Siloam Springs. T1MESFOTO) Errors Permit Dodgers To Nip Cards, 4-3 (Hants Trim Bucs In Sliigfesl, 14-7 Pittsburgh - (/P) - The New York Giants took a firmer grip bn second place last night by whamming the, Pittsburgh Pirites, 14-7, in a slugfest. The Giants climaxed their scoring splurge .with six runs in the eighth inning. New York, now 10. ano) a half games back of the Brooklyn Dodgers, is a full game ahead of the third place St. Louis Cardinals. Mtw V*rk 14, Piwmrt"" r N«W YMK I PlTTS.UMH MBW YMK I ab r h| 6 l 2' Walu. cf 5 2 3 Groat, ab r h 4 0 l 9-1 2| 4 0 1 1 0 1 5 1 0 3 2 1 wmianis.' Jb S 2 2! Sen'chia', 3~b 4 1 2 Mueller, rf Lockman, Ib » 3 itlMet'vich, Ib Thonuon, 3b 4 « OiBat"ont. Ib Thoms'n, cf 5 2 3 ' Kinef, If Rhodes. If 4 1 II Bell, rf Weatrum. c 3 2 llOar'iola. Hesrn, p aHofmsr, Spencer, p Wilhelm. p it b,usy trying to get his team | Lanier.' ready for its opening game with Fayttteville and refuses to think beiyond that date. He likes the role of dark-hone and insists it best fiti his team. He raifF Alma i.nd Bentonville, with Harrison, as stronger tharf Siloam Springs. The Siloam Springs '-hedule: Sept. 12. Fayetteville, home . Sept. 19. Pryor, Okk.. lirme. Sept. 26, Bentonv".:e, thtre. Oct 3. Rogen. hon-.e Oct .10, Open. Oct. 17, Harrison, there. Oct.-24, Alma, home. Oct. 31, Huntsville, there. Nov. 7, Sequoyah, Okla., home. Nov. 14, Springdale, there. L« Angeles - Al Cruz, 122, Los Angeles, stopped Hector Rios, 121, El Paso, Texas, 3. 0 0 0 Ber'dtno. 2b 1 0 0 Dlckson. p 1 1 )· Kline, p 1 0 111 VHiz'ld 1 0 O'Main. p 1 0 0 Necciai. p I dDavIs I Dunn, p 42 14 16 Totals 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 37 7 11 ..... 305 000 0«0--14 If .*.. 403 000 000-- 7 I I a-^rouhded out for Hearn in 2nd. b--Struck out for Kline' In 3rd. c--Filed out for Wilhelm in arji. d--Grounded out for Needs! jn Sth. New York Pituburch . -- -K--Kiner. Necclal. RBI--Lockman 2. Rhodes, Thomson. Williams 3. Dark " WiUon. Garafiola 3. Senerchla 2. Bernardino 2. Mueller. -Thompson. 2B --Dark, Lockman. Senerchla, Bernardino. 3B--Garaglola. HR--Williams. SB-Thomson, Rhodes, Westrum. DP-Dark to Lockman. b«ft--New York 4, Pittsburgh 6. SB--Hearn 2. Dicluon 1. Main 1. Linief I. SO--Spencer 1. Wilhelm 3. Main 3.'HO--Hearn 3 in 1 inninj: Spencer 4 in l',i: Wilhelm '3 In 4'4: Lanitr 1 In 2; Dicluon · In 2»i: Kline 1 in ,,: Main 3 In 4',i; N«ccl«i 3 in 2 ,a; Dunn 0 in 1/HBP--By Dlckson (Westrum). R e ER--Hearn 4-4. Spencer 3-3. Dlckson S-«. Main 4-4. Nec- clal 2-2. Winner--Wilhelm (r»-3l. Loser Duck Season Extended 10 Days In U.S. Washlngton-(/P)-Improved conditions in northern b r e e d i n g grounds will give duck hunters an additional '10 dayi of hunting this year. Secretary of the Interior Chapman yesterday signed new migratory wa'terfow! hunting regulations which will grant all flyways the extra 10 days of hunting. Albert M. Pay, director of the Fish and Wilflife Service, said the Mississippi Flyway states from the eastern borders of Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee pnd Alabama to the western borders of Ohio, Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas ISrid Louisiana will also have a 85-day open season, \vith no state taking a split season. .' Bag and possession limits for ducks this'year will remain the same as for 1951 in the Mississippi flyway. The open seasons and limits in- F l y w a y states-- · St. Louis-W)-A wild throw that illowed two runs to score allowed Olson Aims For Sixth Win.. Then Shot Ai Title New York-(/P)-Carl "Bobo" Olson aims for his sixth straight victory, Wednesday night and another c r a c k ' a t middleweight champion Ray Robinson when he tangles with durable Gen "Silent" Hairston at Madison Square Garden. CBS will telecast tht » p. m. (CST) ten rounder. The 24-year old Honolulu-bom Swede in the most Improved lighter in the 180-pound division. Since losing Robinson In a 'close decision to San Francisco last March the clever islander has won five in a row. Three of the wins were over Walter Villemaln. On the itrength o' those triumphs Robo hat been made a 2 to I favorite over the strong, 23-year old Bronx Negro. Hairston. a'denf mute, h|s been erratic of late. In his last fl»e fights, he won two, lost one and drew in two othen. Olson's record Is 47-5 with ?3 knockouts. Hairston's record It «- 11-4 with 24 kayos. .. Najs Edge Chisox In Mound Duel, 1-0 Washlngton-m-The Washington Senators gained a narrow 1-1 victory jver the Chicago Whitf; Sox yesterday in what proved to be the day's top pitching duel. Bob Porterfield; the winning pitcher, gave up but four hits in winning his l l t h game of the year. Billy Fierce, White Sox ace, gave up just three hits in losing. Two of tne Senator hit 1 ! came In the eighth and scored the game's lone Indians Shade Athletics, M, In 11th Inning Philadelphla-WVThe Cleveland rndlan* remained a game back of the league-leading New York Yankees last night by rallying in tht llth frame to defeat the Philadelphia Athltlcs, 6-3. Barney McCosky's pinch-hit triple in the llth Inning was the hit that did the trick-- It broke up a game that started out as a pitchers' battle between Bob Feller and l|ttlt Bobby Shantzc who was seeking h|i Hrd win of the year. Neither Feller or Shantr figured in the decision, however. Lou Brlssle took over for the tiring Feller in the ninth and gained the win. Bob Hooper took the mound for thf A'I In the llth after Shanti bowed out for a pinch-hitter In the 10th. CT»Ml«»«t (. PMIMMflil* I Witt tn MtTHWUI AMAMSAS TIMH. feycttovIKo, ArbmMB,- Aufint 17, IfH b r h 4 0 2 Joost. u t o o : r i l n . l h ( 0 f Phlll«y. nl , 4 1 I I«rn!ll. If ur, Ib 10 t Clark. rf oa.h, 3b 42 JiMlehael*. laX«, rf. If 4 I ? Hltehfk. lynn t i t ! Ajlrotrf. e Mitchell. If Slmaton. tt AvlfiTlb · Dob?, ef tour, Roa.h, WlaX«, rGly the Brooklyn Dodgers to defeat the St. Louis Ordlna,, 4-3, last , TM ?« *-y^ofMtatanln, night for a sweep of the four- i plied the sln $ f that , ent game series. The throw, by calch- ,,,,,,,... home pltte _ · er Del Rice, came on a grounder { rcHICAto I WA»MIN«T4»N that rolled only .0 feet in front of j ab r h ab r h the pla'.e. . FO». Sh 4 o i K : n a n . if Stu Miller sensational young I ^nosj r. , , J.jj.n.i^rf Cardinal rookie, had handcuffed | wrlnht, if 2 0 0 v.rnbn, Ib *i.i .1 t *».- ^ · ni _» 3 g A; Hodcrl'n,'· Jb him 3 0 0 2 0 0 t o o --Dicluon (12-18). u---Plhelll. Enfeln. BoffKess and Jackowakl. T ' * 14.011. A-- the Dodgers throughout the game i pivera. cf Uhtil things went to pot for him " in the eighth. Miller had a no-hitter for six and two-thirds innings and had given up but one run through seven when his control left him in the top of the eighth. With two outs Billy Cox singled. PeeWee Reese then walked and Jackie -Robinson slapped a double scoring a run. Then George Shuba tapped a shorl roller in front of the plate. Rice,: without an error In 80 games, fielded the ball off balance and hit Shuba going down the line. The ball bounded into right field and two runs scored. Lollar. c 3 0 II Busby, ef aBrou'ii 0 0 0 Klullr. c Johnson, c 0 0 0 Porttrf'ld. CTasn'l. IS 2 n 0' bstewart 1 0 0! Mlrandl, M 0 0 0 pierce! p 3 0 Oi Tpt.ll 30 II 4 Totals i--Ran or Lollar In Bill. 3 J O m 3 o a p 101 TipiS,-. e rMeCMkr 1 1 llbThoS sitlckl'd. a. 4 i iltfoMw; p fflUr, 3 0 OZoldak, p P I 0 II 43 I ll'Totala ·b r h 0 5 0 5 0 i l 4 0 2b I 0 Ih 3 I 4 I . I 0 fr 0 0 0 Q 0 0 37 3 7 a--Announced ai batter for Shantt In tin. b--Fanned for Robertson In »lh. c--Piled out for Westlake In llth. r--Trlp'ed for Tlptnn In Illh. Cleveland. '. .. .. MO 000 20! 0_» Phllidelphla . 003 000 021 00--3 K»I--airlckland 2. Ronn. MeCosky, Brlssle. Jmat, Fain. Mlthatls. JB--I Mby. Mlehatla. 3»-- tarter. MeCoiky. HR--Strickland. Roaen. S--flhantt. Clark. DP--Shantz and Fain. Left-Cleveland I. Philadelphia 7, BB--Feller 4 ,Hwwr !. ZaMrk I. BO--ftlltr 4. Br|.jle 7. Chantz 7. HO-Ftller 7 In I'i. Innlruja: Brlssle 0 In I In I:-H( ';,. I A _,. thintz M. H«op«. . , Winner--MrlHl* . 13-21. Loser--Honptr f7-14i IT--.frftiae. Stevens, Bummers in MaKlnliy. T--3:04. A--3I.OR.'' Chicks Earn Playoff Spot In Ozark Loop three errors In th* ninth to score three runs. The victory, credited to Charlw Bogan, was FayetUvllle'i 17 In league standings againlt 11 latin. Actually, however, the Chicks won- 11 while losing only six. When they replaced Rogers in the league after the season *as under way tbe Chicks had to assume a six wlhs and 11 louses mirk and list place In the standing!. Even , a.t that they made a got* fight of I It for the lead and arf looking to secure at least a lie for second ! place In the Ozaik Baseball i League. I-a$t night's game ended ! the regular KC.ieon for the Chicks, I but a playoff series is coming up j Involving the ton four teams and j Fayetleville is. aiming at that title. I ttfi **·»· g y ^ AnncliM tnm Montreal - Johnny Grfco, 147, Two runs In the last of the I Montreal, outpointed Annirid , eighth provided the winning mar- Savole, 139, Montreal, \1. gin, although it looked like in- - - ' . - · - · surance at 'the time. The Chicks led 4-1 as the last of de eighth rolled around and the two runa looked like icing on the cake. But Slloim Springs used three hits and Miami, Fla. - Baby 13*. Mexico Ctly, outpointed Ralph .,, Dupai, 135, New Orleans. 10. . r Newark, N. J. - Oene JooM, J12, Camden. N. J.. outpolntotf Bill GU- liam, 211, Newark, I. ings: qruilt o in zi^; aniniK o*r J Id 114; Zoldlk 0 In (ft-hllcr ]-!, Brliilt 0-0. ..1. Hi")p«r t-\ Zoldlk 0-J MO ooo no-) dot tin--i llh. Chlcalo WMUfntton ..-- .. "00 ... - C--Cirruqtltl. *·!--FarurniM. IB --Biuby. SO--MtnoM. DP--Pltrn, CtrrtMiHl and Rabluon: m. Ml- randi in toblnion. U»t--Chlufo 4, WuVilniton 1 »B-W«fj 2, FoVttr- ((·II 1: K-r«rt«rflildy PIMM ' t · * M-]K«r*t 1.1. wlnntT-ofl.r- nr« iiT-iJi. UAtt-ntrct nt-ti. u- MeOowip. Duff;. nnmiMI till PlBt- b--Grounded out or Cirratamd In felln." T--l:il. A--1.147. ' ' TMTM FISHING TACKLE Stltet now from our eomplttt 4jiiortnraHt for your Labor Day Fiihing and Huntinf LieonMt Mdny Items '/4 Off LEWIS BROS. CO. SPORTS HEADQUARTERS id le n ;e !cll:dcd: Mississippi Ducks, daily bag limit four, pos- sesion limit'eight. Bag or possession limit may include one wood duck only. Daily bag for American and red-breasted Mergansers 25 singly or in the aggregate of both kinds; no possession limit after opening day of the season. Geese, daily bag and possession limit, five, including not more than (a) two Canada geese or 'ts subspecies, or (b) two white- fronted geese, or (c) one Canada goose or its subspecies and one white-fronted goose- Coot, daily bag and possession limits, 10. Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky and Tennessee, November 17 to January 10. Yanks Maintain Lead With Win Over Browns. 64 New .York-yP)-The New York Yankees maintained their one- game lead over the second place Cleveland Indians by edging the St. LouU Browns, 8-3, in the ninth Inning of a game last night. Joe Collins, the reclaimed first baseman of the Yanks hit a three-run · homer with two out in the last of the ninth to provide the winning margin. Collins' blow came off Satchel Paige. " " Johnny Sain was the Yankees' starting pitcher, but he lasted only a pair of Innings as the Browns got off to a 2-0 lead at that point.' B*b Kuzuva took over and was the winner. Bob Cain started for the Browns. MM. YM* (- M. Lwil 1 ·"·"·· "".'b'rh' ·crlrr cf 4 0 11 Mantle, cf Tfiunl 2b 9 0 21 Collins, 111 Nil man. If Wertz. rf , 4 0 0 Bauer, r f 4 0 21 Barra. ' 4 1 2 3 1 1 4 0 3 2 2 1 . . Colimin. r f 0 1 0 ' Woodlint. H i l t Courtnty, c 1 0 0 McDo'ld. -3h 300 Moaa c 2 0 01 Martin. 2b 4 0 1 Dyck. 3o 3 0 2 ! Rlzruto. u 4 1 0 Kryhoi'l, Ib 4 1 1'Saln. p GoldaL'y, Ib 0 0 OIKusava, p Dtmae'l. u 4 0 ZlcMIze Oln. p 2 I 21 ·Marlon - I 0 01 bBvrni 0 C ol Paift. 9 0 0 ir Totals 34 3 12ITOI1U 1 (I 0 I 0 0 1 0 0 21 I I ·--Bunted Into torn play for Cain '"a5fan for Marlon In Ith. , e-- Faul«4 out for Kuzava In llh. It LauJa -- 020 000 010--3 Jfew York 010000023-4 t--Dyck. Rlttutn. Bern. RBI--Kry rtoakl. Dyck. Colllni . Woodllni 2, " i r t l B . IB-^Clln. HR-Kryhoikl. ng. Colinw. S--Cain, M o t s , «ufil4l, Colllni. WMdllnf. DP-I, Ymiiif an« KrrhMkl; HcDou- Martin an Colllw Calllna. Riz: into ins] Olllns: Barra and Hlszuto. ~ ~-«t, Lnula I. New York I. BB- I, Pain 1, Kuuva i. go--Ciln va I. Mo--Cain 4 In I malms; iiiwwwM li*^.!*^**^": ItoM. T-I» V^BJ *, m iS''. 1 *-^ laaanlH aM Het Spahn Wins 12lh As Braves Defeat Redlegs,2ToO Cincinnati -.W). - Lefty Warren Spahn gave up but five hiU last night in pitching the Boston j Braves to a 2-0 shutout over the Cincinnati Reds. The win was Spahn's 12th of the season, and it put the Braves solidly In sixth place, dropping the Reds to seventh, a game behind. Bud 1'odblielan, Reds starter, gave up only four hits through eight innings In.taking the loss. BtttM 1 CIMlnnXI I BOS^ftN ! CINCINNATI Cubs Outlast Phils/3 To 2 -r»»*lm 4. (t. LMil 1 Cox. 3b 4 1 II Hcmus. u 4 Recie. u 3 1 0'Sch'd'nit. 2b 3 ST. LOUtl ab r h 0 2 I 1 Robinson. 2b 3 2 HMuslal. Ih Shuha. I 4 0 0 ' Slaughter, rf Furillo, rf 0 0 0 ! Lowrey, cf Snider, cf 4 0 IIH. r.!:c. If C'mp'nla. c 4 0 llBcnxon. 3b Hodcu, Ib 4 0 01D. Rice, c Pmfko. rf. If 4 0 OlMllltr, p 1 0 0! 3 1 2 4.1) 0 4 0 0 4 1 1 4 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 Moors. f atfnlmes Kln«. p bAmorox Wade, p 0 o oi 1 o 01 O O O 1 1 0 0' 0 0 0 ! 33 4 4!To!al« ·--Safe on error for Moori In Ith Innlnc. b--Fouled out for King In Sth. Brooklyn 030 000 1:0--4 Ct. LouU 010020000--3 E--Hernia. D. Rice, RBI--Hejui. Muslal 2. Campanella. Robinson. \'-H. Rice. Robinson. 3D--Mullal. HH-- Mu*ial. DP--Cox. Campinfrlla. Reeie and Campanella. Lett--Brooklyn 4. St. Louis 5. BB--Erjklne 2. Kinl 2. Miller 2. SO--ErsXlne'3. Moore 1. Kinl 2, Wade 1,'Miller 10. HO--Crskine 4 in 4 jnnin'fs: Moore 2 in 1; Ktfi* 0 In 2; Wate 0" in 2. R BR-EBklne 1-t: Moore 2-2: Kin? 0-0: Wade 0-0: Miller 4-2. Winner--Kinf 12-01. Loser--Miller f3-ll. U--Secory. Warneke, G o e t z. Ducoll. T--2:20. A--3«.031. Bosox Wallop Tigers,-11-3 Boston 1 - (/P) - The Boston Red Sox stayed in the race for first Chicago - (/P) - The Chicago ! place in the American -League last Cubs outlasted the Philadelphia night by d«fealing the Detroit Phils, 3-2, here yesterday in a'13- Tigers, 11-3. inning gam/. Dee Fondy singled Hank Saucr home from second with the winning run. The Bosox came up with five runs in both the third and seventh innings to put the game far out The Phris appeared to have the j of reach of the struggling Tigers. - l Sid Hudson was the winning ab r ab r h Jethroe, cf 3 I 1:B'kowsltl, cf . 1 0 0 Lofan. uy 4 0 0'Adams. 3 b 4 0 2 Torgeflon. Ib 4 0 II Marshall, rf 3 0 0 Cooper, c . 4 0 i; K'zekskl, Ih 4 0 I Gordon. If 3 1 1'Adcock. If 4 0 0 Mathewl. 3b 3 0 01 Semlnlck. e 3 0 1 Thorpt, rt 3 0 IIM'Mlllan. as 3 0 0 Slstl, 2b 3 0 O'P'latrlnl, 2b 2 0 0 Spahn, p Z O O ' Podblelan, p 2 0 0 I «How*ll 1 0 0 INunhail, p o o o Totals !l 2 5 Totals 30 0 i a--Filed out for Podblelan In llh. ·oaton 000 Oil 000--2 Cincinnati 000 MO 000-0 I--Mathiwi. RBI-Cordon.' !«»· son. 31--Adams. HR--Gordon. SB-- Jethrot. DP--Pellaplnl, McMillan and Kluazawski: lull. Lonn and Tori ' («ft--Boston 4, Cincinnati Spakn t, Padblelsn i. r tpahn I. PMHtlin I ·MB. game won in the ninth, leading 2 n. But Saucr chose that point to I double home two runs tn tie up; the game. Andy Hansen was the loser. ehkn* l, PMILA CHICAOO iDILPMIAI ab r hi Ryan. 2b 5 0 0 , Brown, 2h DITROIT 1 BOSTON ah r hi ab r h Grolh. c 4 0 O'Throneb'y. rf 5 I 1 Pesky, sa 3 0 O'Goodman. 2b 3 1 0 I Hatfield. 3h 4 2 .11 Vollmer, If 3 1 1 1 Dropo. Ib 4 1 3'Schmees, cf 1 1 0 . Ashburn. cf 6 0 I ~ ' ' 5 1 1 Addta, rf B'mholtz. cf *uer. If Clark, rf Cnnla. If Hamncr. as Jones. 3h Burgess, c ·Mayo . . - Konstanty, p 0 0 0 Serena, 3b fNlcholaon 1 0 OlSmalley, as Hansen. p 0 0 0'cHermanski Wallkus. Ih 5 0 2 MlkiU. 6 o 1 S i l ( 1 4 . , a b r hJ'O«lsln|, . if 4 0 OiQernert,, J b 4 3 2 oui'lllt. rl l Gln.iMrc. 5 0 3 Atwell, l 5 0 l! Fondy. Ib 3 0 llJackson. 3b 0 0 olbCavarrella ,, 4 H 0 tvrrt. A. If .1 2 2 .iMrc. c 4 0 OS. White,.; - 4 1 3 4 , Federoff. 2h .1 0 0 Lepclo. 2b 4 0 1 3 1 1 aMullln I 0 OlLlpon. is 4 0 0 « 0 l Wlihl. p I 0 0' Hudson, p 3 1 0 H. Whllt. p 2 0 l * Totals 34 3 71Tol»ls 34 11 10 Drews, p M«y*. Lopata. c Totals 5 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 O'Kllppsttln, p 2 0 I 0 0 O'-aJcffcOfl ' 1 0 0 Leonard, p l.-IKdwsrds Iscliullz. p 47 2 10 Tolals 1 n o 3 11 a-- Filed for Kllppltern m Sth. h -- OrounMd out for Jackson In Ith. e-- Walked Intentionally lor smalliy In tth. d-- Grounded out for Laonsra In Ith. ·--Bin for »urn»s in Illh f-- Struck out Mr tUiultnty In I3lh. Phlladilph|a (IM 200 OM ooo 0-2 CMeafo ..... ON 000 062 000 1-3 t-- Scnulta. Ml-- Hlmmr, Burieu. tsu«r 2. Fon«y. 2B-- EnnU. Siuar. S-- Atfdi*. HamMr. OP-- J»nts. Ryan and Wlllkiu:. Itiwr in Bnivn Ult-- hu) 12. Chicago II. BB- 1. Martr J, Konalanty 1. S U · . , ·n»n I. Schultz 1. do-- Kllputx I, Drw 1. Sttllllll 2. HO-- KllfiMUI I In I Inninia; Drnm I In I ipflehti a--Popped out for Federnff In Ith Detroit 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 -- 3 Bntion . . n i l ooo MX--11 E-Evcrs. S. While. Hitfleld. RBI- Drono 3, S. WhlU S, Vollmer. Evers 2, Gernerl. 'Leprlo 2. 2O--Hatfield. Gernerl. S. White 2. Kvers, Lepclo HP--Dropo DP--Goodman. LI p o n and Gerncrt. Left--Detroit S. Boiton 5 RB--Hudson 1. Wlk-ht 2. H WhlU 4. SO--Hudson 2. H Whlla 3. HO-- Wlthl · m I', innlnn; H. While 4 In 5, R ER-Wllht M: H. WhlU 5-5: Hudson 3-3. Winnir"-- Hudson HO-li. Lostr-Wliht (i-ll. U-Napp. Barry. Hurley. Soar. T-2:»l. A-J«\2|7. to thret batters In Ithi: Leonard 1 in 1: Mayer I In 2: Srhultr. 1 uvl: Kon- slsnly 0 In 2: Mansen 2 In 'i B l ER ^ - rwi S-Jr Hansfn iWaltkui). WP- Wlnnar-Ichuiu 14.51. U-DOBi- ·tanty 0 In 2; HanHn 2 In -Kit · ' -^ - l-t. I Drewi i4-2i. Cllppal... .««"·»»· . . LMtr--Hansa . . . . . feiii. Billanfint. ·irllell «n« O«rman. T--1:11. A-dclual)-7.0It. t» witt be TtVEa 4zOr. 3-DAY r'OLIDAY AHEAD FOI nCNKII foy lta| ^er. Gtt Ac ·hort or till t|u«d«ft-)ew 7-ou»ce Split or old fiTOtiK 12-qufxt bonli. MM UIMCUn OI WOMI Mttfm I Buy Stag beer by the quart. Strras five, tivei money--»o depotit, ae ttitn. MM nMMM TirWI Stock up iritk $·$ kwr m caait-br oW 4JM«. 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