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osox Top A Twice; Take 3-Ganme Lead Overmire, Gray Whip White Sox Stub Saves Nightcap After Ted Scores, 4-L BY LYALL SMITH Free Press Sports Editor Maybe what the Tigers needed! this season was more "Harry Heilmann Days." The former Bengal slugger row turned radio announcer was honored between games of a twin hill with Chicago White Sox. Andj while 18,029 fans looked on ap-j provmgly the ligers came up with 4-1 and 6-4 victories. LITTLE TED GRAY hurled aj siv-hitt.pr in thp nncnpr tn win his fifth straight decision of the summer with the assistance of a bombastic three-run fifth-inning homer by Outfielder Vic Wertz, his eighth of the year. Billy Pierce, Gray's Highland Park sidekick, started the second game, but Stubby Overmire was credited with the triumph after pitching scoreless three-hit ball the last six frames. The double defeat marked the 90th and 91st setbacks of the season for the last-place Chicagoans. With 19 games still on the schedule they are in excellent position to crack their all-time mark of 102 defeats suffered in 1932. CASS MICHAELS and Pat Seerey slammed out home runs in the nightcap to account for all four Sox runs in that game, but the Tigers came back to grab a lead in same inning the third and never relinquished it. The twin-barreled tribute to Heilmann found the Tigers poling out 12 hits in each game at the expense of Pitchers Al Gettel, Bob Gillespie, Frank Papish and Randy Gumpert. Heilmann did all right, too. He was presented with a crimson convertible roadster as a gift from his Michigan admirers, aj nifty topcoat and hat from the Tiger players, a lifetime gold pass to the ball park from Walter O. Briggs and assorted other gifts. GRAY SAW the Sox bunch three of their six hits in the first frame of the opener to score their only i mn. I he liters tied it in their half on the first of three hits by Neil Berry, a walk and Hoot Kvers' double. The score remained in that knot until the fifth. Then Johnny Lipon doubled. Berry beat out a bunt and Wertz slammed his home run into the upper deck in right center above the 390-foot marker to drive in the victory runs. Gray struck out four and walked j five as he won the game that I halted a four-game Tiger losing; streak and opened the long September home stand. THE SECOND HALF of the Highland Park pitching combine Pierce was spotted a two-run lead in the nightcap but couldn't hold it. A triple by EverS and Singles by ; Timmv nntlaw r.pnrm Vim and Harvey Riebe got him away to a 2-0 margin in the second before the Sox rose up to blast him for four in the third. Michaels' fifth homer of the year made it 2-1. Pierce then walked two batters and Seerey cleaned up with his 18th four-bagger to put Billy on the bench. The Tigers came right back in ! their half to neutralize those four j Sox runs with four of their own.) Wertz and Pat Mullin opened with! singles. Evers went out, but Outlaw singled to clog the sacks. Vico poled out a two-run blow to knot the score and send Starter Papish to the showers in favor of Gumpert. A hit batter and Johnny Lipon's two-run single made it 6-4 for the Tigers. It also brought in Overmire, who went on to be credited with his second victory. STUBBY YIELDED a single to Don Kolloway in the fourth, gave that gentleman his third hit of the game in the seventh and handed Mike Tresh another single in the ninth as he came up with one of his finest performances to earn the decision. The teams will wind up their 194S competition at Briggs Sta- dium in a single game bunaay. A Real Present for Harry!! FIRST GAME CHICAGO DETROIT AB H O AB II O Mirh'ls" a 2 S 1 4 O 2 3 O 2 0 0 0 3 1 4 0 1 O 0 I.ipon.ss 4 11 I.upien.l 5 Appling. 4 Seere.v.rf 3 Wricht.rf 3 W eiKel.c 3 Hodcin.lf 3 Kol'w'y.3 3 .ettel.p 3 Berrv.2h Wertz.lf Mullin.rf K.vers.ef 5 3 4 3 2 2 2 O 2 4 2 2 4 1 1 4 1 11 3 2 4 4 0 0 0 Outlaw.:! O Vieo.lb 0 Swift.e 1 Grav.p O O aPlnlley 1 GU'spie.p O O O Totals 33 6 21 Totals 33 12 27 10 a Fanned for Gettel in elshth. Chiraco DETROIT 10 0 10 0 o fi n 0 3 0 o o n I 0 O 4 K Michaels, Lipon. Berry 2. Wert. E Swift. RBI Appline. Evers. Wert 3. 2-B Seerey, Michaels Evers. Lipon. H II Wert. SB Michaels. DP Michaels and Lnpien; Appling. Michaels and Lupien: Michaels, Appline and Lupien. LB Chi-eaeo 11 Detroit 10. BB Gettel 3. Gillespie , Gray B. SO Gray 4. H Gettel t? In 7. Gillespie 0 in 1. HP Gray (Weigel). LP Gettel. oar JflL Detroiters ::'-a v''"' .ar-; : . , ; -xf J C -1 X ; n v - ;w 'Sj cti ivy-: y n : . 5,fe V-- p.. , - "y I My f . w . 'Mw - 4 ! I '-f-- .. - i - -V'-nni rn t-iniiii nnuirincinirnAiiniiiAiani v ' Tir fiiaaimtfiiin ' n miiiin itriiiiOn i -mt. ..... m iiwmininioii.i - ! Free Press Photos HARRY HEILMANN ACCEPTS CONGRATULATIONS FROM PRESIDENT WALTER O. BRIGGS IN CEREMONIES General Manager Billy Evans (left) and Vice President Spike Briggs watch the proceedings and offer their greetings Yanks Halt Nats, 6 to 3 DiWag Hits No. 35 to Pace N. Y. Attack WASHINGTON (U.R) Joe DiMaggio slammed his 35th home run of the year as the New York Yankees defeated the seventh-place Washington Senators, 6 to 3. A crowd of 10,255 saw Di-3Iaggio hoist a pitch by Lefthander Forrest Thompson Into the left-field bleachers with rone aboard in the fifth inning. earnd hig 16th vict an eight -hitter, while the world and Relief Pitcher Tom Ferrick for 14 hits. It was the Senators' 11th straight defeat and fifth loss in a row to the Yankees. NEW YORK WASHINGTON AB H O A ; : :$ :t AB H O St'w'sib "o.t.:itt 4 ; Hen'h.lb o ! Bauer. rf 4 i Herra.rf 1 I UiM'eo.rf 4 I I.imlell.lr 4 ! 4tthn'n.:b 4 7 0 ; (i 0 :i o 4 o l 1 1 3 Kozitr.'Jb n 1. ail. If a St'art.cf 4 Vern'n.J b 4 K'b'on.rr t Wootrn.rf 3 rh'm'n.ss 4 Karly.e 2 I.Mc.ks it Kid'rf 3 0 I 1 Th'sin.o MrB'iif 1 O O O JVrriek.n O O O 1 ! r(i'H'ter 1 O i i n Total 4tl I I 8 Totals 3 8 ' 15 atrurk nut for Thompson in evrnth. 1iK:iii fur K;irlv in ninlli. Hii-d out for Orrirk in ninth. New York V ashincton 1 1 O 1 0 1 fl fi 1 w O 3 O 1 o K Siirnei. H-nricl. DiMaccio. T.in- ieli. Johnson. Niarhos. Christman 3.K Slirnwriss. Kixzuto. Vnst l. IliMaecin. Kozar. Bf-rra. Linrtell. 'JB Niarho. Hen rich, Litiriell 2. Reynolds. Vernon. Christ- man. II K UiMageio. Reynolds. LB New York 13. Washington f. BB Thompson 5, Reynolds 3. SO Thompson 3. Reynolds 5, Ferrick It H Thompson JO in 7. ferrick 4 in 2. LP Thompson. Attendance 111.255. ' Cliick Harbert to Relinquish CJ lei IC VrOWIl Chick Harbert, the husky Mead owbrook pro who owns every golf title in Michigan, will not defend his State PGA crown this week at Indianwood. Harbert, PGA champion for the last two years, has announced that he will not be able to play in the PGA classic because of a con- flict with his club duties. The PGA tourney at Indian-jwood will be held Thursday through Sunday. Meadowbrook will have its top club function of the season. President's Stag Day, on Saturday, thus forcing Harbert i to make an unhappy decision ' Redskins Scalped , . n . . n 'OV I aciiers 0-U BIRMINGHAM, Ala. UP) The j Green Bay Packers scored in every J period to swamp the Washington ; Redskins, 43 to 0, in an exhibition j football game here before 27.000 ifans SECOND GAME CHICAGO DETROIT , , AB H O i Parls-Oh A 1 A AB II n 3 I irvon.ss i - ; I. pil-n. I b 2 : App'nc.Ns 3 " Seerev.cf 3 Wricht.rf I WjTresh.e 4 Berrv.Jb 4 O Werf.lf 4 Mullin.rf 4 0 Evers.rf 4 1 Ontr.3b 4 I Vieo.lb 4 0 Riehe.e 4 1 Pieree.D 1 1 3 2 1 1 O a o 3 2 a Hdein.lf 3 2 10 2 12 0 aWeicel 1 K'nat .3h 4 Punish. o 1 G'moert.p 2 bl'hiller 1 O fl O I rHu'lnson O O O o o ii Ov'mire.n 2 O 2 (10 0 Totals 31 7 21 7 Totals 35 12 27 13 at. rounded out for Hodsin In ninth Iii licit out for (iumpert in ninth, cllit by pitcher for Pierce in third. ; Chiracn O ft 4 O 0 fl OO I DETROIT 0 2 4 0 l O O II ' R Michaels. Lupien. Appline. Seerey, ' Werte. Mullin. Evers. Outlaw 2. Vivo. RBI ! Michael. Seerey 3. Outlaw. Kiehe. Vico 2. Lipon 2. 2B Evers. 3B Evers. Hit Michaels. !eerey. DP Outlaw, Berry and Vico: Lipon and Viro: Lipon. Berry and Vico. LB Chicago 5 Detroit 7. BB Papish 1. Pierce 3, Overmire 2. S Papish 1. Gumpert 2. Pierce 1. H Papish R in 26. Gumpert 4 In Rn. Fierce 4 in 3, Overmire 3 in h. v t Overmire. Lr I ip j. j jv-a Tt I Papish Attendance 18.029. r-.i - on eHeilmamii Day Pay Tribute f4' - mm KtMf 'rnrnn ok i ' " - r 'i - - - ,.. "(WJ'J'jftA; SRWIf p!WWi fljHW WSw--- J fit W?r- . r : rr i' y ' ; : : 3T: if - - ' ! 4 Aiwumwcv. fTfra,. mot 111- rtfeut -nr'toir win ....m..i...v. r y'- " 4. - "f.',CS. TIGER COACH DOC CRAMER Heilman received a car, along 'ONE BAD INNING' Southerners in Sandlot Meet Opener BY BOB LATSHAW Free Tress Staff Writer YOUNGSTOWN, O. One bad inning was enough to Helin Tackle on the road to defeat in the first round of the National Amateur Baseball Federation's tournament. Helin dropped a 4-2 decision to Birmingham. The Southerners put together three hits, some, daring base running and a wild pitch for three runs in the seventh. Victim of the uprising was Lefthander Bill O'Malley, one of the extra batterymen brought along for the tourney. GOING INTO the seventh, Detroit was leading, 2 to 1. Then O'Malley tossed two singles to the first two hitters. That brought in relief Pitcher Jim Obenour. One run scored on a fielder's choice before Obenour cut loose with a wild pitch to score another. Third Baseman Bill Rig-don collected his third hit of the day to drive in the third marker in the frame. Detroit jumped off to a 1-0 lead in the first inning when Geprge Reuhle singled with one out. Reuhle went to third on Bob Co-cuit's single. Reggie McDonald 2 walked, filling the bases. 4- , d BOB SATTLER, who was substituting in center field, hit to third and Reuhle scored, the bases remained loaded. Ray Oatman ended the rally, however, by hitting into a double play. Birmingham went down in order for the first three innings, but evened the score in the fourth on Nick Dipiano's homer into deep left. Helin regained the lead in the fifth when Rollie Olzark walked, stole second and came home on a single. Helin threatened in the eighth and ninth, getting two runners on base in both innings but couldn't push them around. to a Former Tiger Idol 1 Fit - v ID'1 tk m L. Ullig ! V 1 ' ' & 1 W ' fill 4 S LOOKS OVER THE GIFTS with a new hat and a coat Trip Helin The opening round of play was a rough one for the Michigan teams. The only winner among four from the state was Flint, which captured a 2-1 11-inning victory over Memphis. AKRON DEFEATED Pontiac, 5 to 4, and Royal Oak bowed to Dayton, 3 to 1. One more defeat for the losing teams means elimination. In the day's major upset Cleveland's defending champions were beaten by Atlanta, 4 to 1. The Cleveland nine had run up a string of 33 straight victories. Birmingham fKtO 100 300 1 Detroit KMI 010 OIMI 2 7 0 Battles and Zaden: O'Malley, Obenour (7) and Sahara. Cards Spank Eaales, 23-9 PHILADELPHIA (JP) The trusty toe of big Ventan Yablonski helped boot the Chicago Cardinals to a 23-9 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in the 11th annual Inquirer Charities football game. A crowd of 65,000 watched the ex-Columbia University star place-kick three field goals and two points after touchdown. Night Game NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati 010 000 2003 7 1 St. Louis 000 200 0002 4 0 VANDERMEER. Gumbert (7) and Lamanno, Williams (9); Brazle, JOHNSON (2), WUks (9) and Rice. . 'S..' ' - ,zz-- 7 Stars Run Tennis Show Only Talhert Loses a Set at Forest Hills FOREST HILLS, N. Y. (JP) Play followed the book in the first rounc of the National tennis championships. None of the seeded stars received even a momen tary frigh.. Billy Talbert, of New York City, the second-seeded star, drop- I ped one set before he knocked out Barney Welsh, of Rockville, Md., 6-2, 6-1. 4-6. 6-1, but the few who watched the match on an outside court figured that Billy was being charitable. JAROSLAV DROBXV, of Czechoslovakia, regarded as the main foreign threat to the crown given up by Jack Kramer, looked 1 tins part in smashing Tony Vincent, CL OkUUCIlt O. L Lite UJUVCiiliiJ 11 Miami, 6-1, 6-1. 6-0. Frankie Parker, of Los Angeles, the favorite, drew a first-round bye, as did Gardnar Mutiny, of Miami, :.nd Bob Falken-burg, of Los Angeles, seeded third and fourth respectively. r In perhaps the day's most closely-fought duel before 5,000 fans in the stadium. Earl Cochell, of San Francisco, used a killing service to eliminate i fellow townsman, Ed Moylan, 6-4, 6-3. 4-6, 6-2. Moylan never solved Cochell's bullets. LED BY DEFENDING Champion Louise. Brough, of Beverly Hills, the favored women players breezed through their first matches with a minimum of effort. Of the top stars, only Doris Hart, of Miami, sat it out. Miss Brough, playing the first match in the stadium, easily expelled Charlotte Decker, of Washington, 6-1, 6-1. The blond bomber had her drives whistling, as usual. Mrs. Margaret Osborne duPont, of Wilmington, a former cham pion now seeded third, ousted Nina Irwin, of New York, 6-2, 6-3. Shirley Fry, of Akron, turned back Elaine Lewicki, of Ham-tramck. 6-1, 6-2, and Beverly Baker, of Los Angeles, beat Mary Lou Beyer, of Detroit, 6-O4 6-1. Champion Zips Fast One Past Challenger it ' - ... ' at ' " J s - - . - ' - mum . . . m 1 s i 5 , " - J ! ' it";::.' ':.;;,-..!!.'!:: '':;(:,. S , - - "'it ' . ' ' ' ' ' i. . " , ' vV"-: i . ' n ' , - , V ymm :h . . y . - - j CHARLOTTE DECKER MISSES A SHOT FIRED Champion packed too much experience for Charlotte and won Athletics Succumb, 9-1 and 2-1 Parnell, Galehouse Score on Mound BOSTON (U.R) The American League-Leading Boston Red Sox edged Philadelphia 2 to 1 after walloping the Athletics 9 to 1 in an afternoon game. The victories increased Boston's mar gin to three games over second place New York. A pitching duel between Mel Parnell and Joe Coleman highlighted the night game which the Red Sox won in the fifth inning when Dom DiMaggio slammed a three-base hit with twg mates on bases. DIMAGGIO'S was the fifth hit off Coleman. The only other to follow was Ted Williams' in the eighth which was nullified by a double plav. Parnell, who chalked up his 13th victory of the beason, was pressed In the seventh when Pete Suder singled and was sacrificed to second. Eddie Joost walked and, with two out, Ferris Fain dropped a Texas leaguer to score Suder. The Athletics threatened in.thfT ninth when they had the bases loaded with only one out. A double play killed their chances. THE SOX put the blast on Bill McCahan in the afternoon game and salted away the victory during his four inning stay. The Sox then went on to score three more tallies. Denny Galehouse went the distance for Boston though he was hit safely 10 times. Five Boston double plays kept him out of trouble. PHILADELPHIA AB H O A Joost. 4 1 BOSTON AB H n niMae.-f MT'kv.lf 4 1 Kain.lh 4 3 M Ppskv.3b Wll'ms.lf Muses.rf t imid'n.t Tebirt.r Hhr'k.-i lialeh'e.p Mj-ki..1 4 11 han'n.ef 4 alo.rf :t Kosar.r 3 Siider.ib 4 M'C'h'n.p 1 nWhitf 1 Ifolh'w.D O hSrhrib 1 Kellner.p O rCOlem'n 1 2 4 4 t I 8 O fl o n 4i n o o Total 34 10 34 If Total X i:i 27 li a( ailed nut for MeCnhan in fifth, li Reached nn fielder' choice for Qui-boro w n aevrnth. filled out fur Kellner In ninth. I'niianeipniA h w fl i w t 1 i BoHton 1 K t 1 1 O O S x ' K Chapman. ni.Macclo. Pesky. WH- ! Hams, Stephens 'j, loe 2. Ooodman, Galehouse. K Suder. Malrkki, l"eky. It HI Suder. fc4tephen. Goodman, MoeH, Ilitehrork 2. William. Galehouse. lei,. bett 't. 'iB Suder. Pky. Goodman. H Goodman. JJlMageio. Galehouse. DP Hitchcock, Stephen! and Goodman; Stephens. Hitrhcoek and Goodman: Di-Maxcio and Goodman: Pesky. Hiteheoek and t.oodrrmn . I K Philadelphia 8. Ho- ton l'i. BB MeCahan ."5. Ilolhornw I, Kellner 1. Galehouse 'i. S Met ahan 1. Kellner 3. Galehouse 'I. II MeCaban H in 4. Holhorow 3 In 2. Kellner 2 in ''. LP McCahan. Attendance 21.415. SECOND GAME PHILADELPHIA BOSTOV AB H O A AB H O Joost . O 4 n'M'no.ef 4 12 4 fl O Mc4 -k.lf 2 fl O O Pesky.Hb 3 hSchieb O Wil'ms.lf 4 St'ens.ss 4 Moses.rf 3 fi'man.lb 2 Katts.c 2 H'ock.2h 3 rarnell.p 3 Fain, lb ft M'eki.3b 3 I h'm'n.ef 4 Valo.rf 3 Kosar,e 4 Suder.2b 3 f olem'n.p 2 aWhite 1 ft II 1 1 2 O 3 fl 7 fl 3 I fl O O O Total 29 5 24 6 Totals 2 6 27 13 aSinrled for Coleman in ninth. bWalked for McCosky in ninth. Philadelphia fl Oflfl Ifl O I Boston O 0 O O 2 0 0 II 2 K Suder. Bats, Parnell. E Pesky. RBI lain, PiMatlio . 2B Vain, liood- man. 3B DIMnin. S MeCo.ky. Cole- man. Joost. DP loost and lain: Joost, Sutler and Fain; Parnell. Butts and l.ood- mn. LB Philadelphia 11. Boston .". BB Coleman 3. Parnell fi. SO Cfileman ti Parnell . HP Parnell Majeski. Attendance 3I.0OI. League Tables Application from Denver ST. LOUIS (U.R) Application of Denver University for admittance to the Missouri Valley Conference was tabled by Conference athletic directors and faculty representatives at a meeting here. Commissioner Artie Eilers, who made the announcement, said he did not know when the application would come to a vote. Still a member of the Rocky Mountain Conference, Denver was represented at the meeting by Athletic Director Tad Reid. Bradley, Detroit, Drake, Okla homa A. and M., St. Louis, Tulsa and Wichita, all Conference schools, were represented at the meeting. . IT 1 . inaiaiis Bill as rrais Co Gromeh Turns In 4-Hitter Against Browns in Opener CLEVELAND VP) The Cleveland Indians took both ends of a double-header from the St. Louis Brown, 4 to 1 and 9 to 1, to run their current victory string to six games. Bob Lemon's six-hitter in the nightcap made him the first 20-game winner in the fHE DETROIT FREE PRESS SPORTS arums KbAL i.r,frame by a raly that included a SECTION C SUNDAY. SEPT. Bob Makes It TRIBE'S BOB LEMON First in majors to win 20 games Major League Standings- AMERICAN LEAGUE I ;4- " ! 1 Ar jf i ! j . --r i fcniOr rtifnmiiiilfhniftrintiniiafcir Mm Hi miiiiiiiiiiiirili mn mhibmi W L Pet. Boston 88 49 .637 New York 83 52 .613 Cleveland 83 53 .610 Philadelphia 78 61 .561 DETROIT 64 67 .489 St. Louis 53 79 .402 Washington 50 88 .358 Chicago 44 91 .326 GB 3 3! 2 10 20 31! 38 43 SATURDAY'S RESULTS DETROIT 4-6, Chicago 1-4. Cleveland 4-9, St. Louis 1-1. New York 6, Washington 3. Boston 9-2, Philadelphia 1-1. SUNDAY'S GAMES Chicago at DETROIT. St. Louis at Cleveland (2). New York at Washington. Philadelphia at Boston. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Boston 78 57 .578 Pittsburgh 72 58 .554 3'2 Brooklyn 71 60 .542 5 St. Louis 72 63 .533 6 New York 70 63 .526 7 Chicago 57 77 .425 20 '2 Cincinnati 58 77 .430 20 Philadelphia 57 78 .422 21 SATURDAY'S RESULTS Boston S-13, Philadelphia 1-2. New York 2-6, Brooklyn 1-4; second game called 6th, darkness. Pittsburgh 13, Chicago 12. Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 2. SUNDAY'S GAMES Brooklyn at New York. Boston at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh at Chicago. Cincinnati at St. Louis. Shea ivhh Cubs CHICAGO (JP) Merv Shea, former major league catcher and Detroit Tiger coach, was appointed bullpen coach for the Chicago Cubs. Ht will serve in that capacity for the rest of the season. ( 'i ? ' . , - - ' w Associated ires w ire p nolo BY LOUISE BROUGH op ening tourney match, 6-1, 6-1 k2 : rjnS; , i r - hi v " -1 ti sweep Lemon 20 i majors this season. It was Lemon's second try for victory No. 20 against 11 defeats, and the Tribe staked him to three runs in the first inning and six more in the seventh. Lefty AI Gerheauser, the loser, was chased from thp hill in that two-run single bv Ken Keltner 12, 1943' and two-run doubles by Thurman 'Tucker and Jim Hegan. Hegan got his two-bagger off Relief Hurler Bill Kennedy. LEMON KEPT the Brownies scoreless until the fifth when singles by Ed Pellagrin! and Orheauser and Paul Lehner's fly brought the visitors' only maker. By fanning four, Lemon raised his league-leading total to 133. Steve Groniek's 4-1 triumph in the opener was a four-hit performance, his eighth victory of the season. He did not give a hit until Paul Lehner's fcingle btarted the fifth. Bob Dillinger's single and Gerald Priddy's double brought the Browns' t" ir lone score in the Bixth. Cleveland got off to an early lead in the ojiener with two runs in the first frame on Dale Mitchell's single, Tucker's triple and Lou Boudreau's fly. The Tribe added two more In the third on Allie Clark's single, Joe Gordon's double and Keltner's fly. HKST GAME ST. ions AB II O A niler.3b 4 10 2 l.arilla.lf 4 fl II 41 ! I'ridiU.ib 4 14 3 Kokos.rf 2 O O rft.lb 3 O l CLEVELAND ab ii n M ehell.lf 3 1 4 I licker.cf 4 I'lark.rf 3 I G'don.-ib 3 2 K'tner..'!!! 2 B'reaii.ss 2 O J'nieh.lb 2 O lleean.e 3 O Gromck.o 3 O l.ehn'r.ef 4 1 7 O M oss.c 4 1 4 ' allente II P'l'K'ni.ss .1 I hl.nnd 1 O O O it 2 O O O O r anniu. p 3 Totals 31 !l lO Totals 2a 6 27 "Kan for Moss in ninth. bEouled out for Pellagrin! in ninth St. Louis 1 lev eland l 0 0 S U 2 fl fl 1 O O O O O 0 I O O x 1 It Dillineer. Mitchell. Tucker. Clark. Cordon. K Zarilla. KBI Tucker. Bou- V.r'",".- Wa,:r" , 'r'ddy. 2B Gordon. 1'ri.ldy. .IB Tucker. UPPridrfv. Pella-'x"!'.' Ti Arf,V ferini. Priddy n,l 1 " ' - l-ll .si. I .(III I S 7. I .rOa.il f UM Fannin Groniek 3. uruuirit u tannin 4. -e ,wSKCOD GAME ST. T.OIIS minivn !D.. Cer.3,AB ? .....,' . i i ....... ; o i 3 1 fl fl 1 fl fl K.K'n'y.rf 1 B'reau.ss 1 Boone. ss 1 i'rdon.2b 2 B'd'nn.2h I Kelter.3b 4 K(rwn.3b 1 Tucker.ef 4 Jd'eh.lb 3 lleean.e 4 Lemon. o 4 rxKos.rf 3 II 2 1 Piatt. If 3 41 3 O Artt.lb 3 I 8 fl Partee.e 3 ft O a trills I I O fl PelPni.ss 2 113 l.l.tind 1 O O 0 ("rVer.o 3 1 1 H.K'dv.n fl cSchuitz 1 fl 1 O 0 Totals 32 6 24 9 Totals S3 12 27 13 Sineled for Partee Sn ninth. Ik'' ."V 'i'J l:-""nl in ninth, rramied for . Kennedy in ninth. Partee. I. KSt tZi. " VK" J KH t.erheauser 3, Umnn 4. SO fier- heanser 10 in '. Kennedy 2 In 13 I p Oerheauser. Attendance 19.210. Beat Par 6 Strokes Red Run Duo Pace Lochmoor Tourney The Red Run pair of Lloyd Martz and Tim Griffin shot th flashiest golf in the second round of the annual Lochmoor Invitational best-ball tournament. Martz and Griffin were six under par for the 14 holes necessary to beat Nick Smirnow and Carl Collet t, of Gowanie, 5 and 4. It was the second straight round they played at that pace. Alartz paced the sub-par performance with three birdies before he closed the match with an eagle on the 14th. He carded his three on that 494-yard stretch with a drive, brassie and 30-foot putt. t ! THEY WILL clash in Sunday's semifinals with another hot Red Run member. Bob Babbish, who is teamed with DGC's Bud Gould. Babbish and Gould eliminated the favored team of Roy Cullenbine, of Birmingham, and Harold Brink, of Grand Rapids Blytheville, 3 and 1. The other semifinal match will pair Meadowbrook's team of Ted Stilwell and Randall Ahern against Ray Palmer, of Grosse He, and C. J. Farley, State Senior champion from Blythe-field. Stilwell and Ahern were two under par in eliminating Defending Champion Frank Qonnolly and his new partner. Max Armstrong, both of Gowanie, 2 up. PALMER and Farlej-, three-up on the 14th, withstood a late rally to beat Oakland Hills Bill Holt and John Oswald, 1 up. Holt fired an eagle and two birdies on the last five holes in a comeback that fell just short. The semifinals will be played Sunday morning and the finals to the afternoon. St. iou n n n n i ft n n n i ; Cleveland 3 0 0 II II II o 9 i a R P,;l,:!trini. Mitchell 2. Clark 2. Cor. ii'.'" "' JiTtnr.T: Tocter. Jtidnich. E )i!. I'liser. Pellagrin!. KBI Keltner 3. Jtnlni. b , ..eourr tucKer . tiecan 2. 2B Gordon .,.te """ R- Kennedy. SB Tucker "niiin 11 noun rj n lilt t . . t ..I i

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