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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - October 2, 1959, Long Beach, California DODGERS' 3 HOMERS BEAT SOX, 4-3 Miss Norway to Wed Actor Even Series as Neal Belts 2, Essegian 1 Sherry Puts Down Chicago Rally in 8th; Podres Gets Victory CHICAGO MB tre mendous home runs by Charlie Neal and a pinch-hit lomer by Chuck Essegian ;ave the comeback Los An- geles Dodgers a 4-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox today, and tied the World Series at one game each Larry Sherry, who re- placed starter Johnny Podres on the mound for the Dodgers at the start of the seventh, >ut down a spirited Chicago rally in the eighth inning after the White Sox hadj scored one run. Podres was credited with the victory. The two teams are idle Saturday for traveling pur- poses and will resume the series Sunday at 1 p. m. (PST) in the Los Angeles Coliseum. Don Drysdale is expected to pitch for the Dodgers against Chicago's Dick Donovan. Play-by-play: FIRS! INNING MISS NORWAY As They Announced Their Press Wlrephoto AND FIANCE BARRY COE Engagement in Hollywoa Finert Evening LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1959 40 PAGES PRICE 10 CEN1S TELEPHONE HE Vol. 208 CLASSIFIED BE 2-59511 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Plan Sunsef Beach Marina till the Ditch >d, despite pitchout cnllec Lollar. Snider slnoled cf HOLLYWOOD Norway in last summer's Miss Universe contest, Jorunn Kristiansen, plans to wed actor Barry Coe. Miss Kristiansen, 18, a 5-foot 8-inch honey blonde, was first runnerup in the beauty pageant. She and Coe, 24, met at a party at 20th Century-Fox studio. They said Thursday night their marriage will take place in about a month at Moss, Norway, the home of her parents. Miss Kristiansen said she was not interested in a movie career. Coe has appeared in "Peyton Place" and "Private's Affair" and has a top role in the forthcoming "But Not for Me." This will be the first marriage for both. back to lhe box and was an easy out Shaw lo Klusiewskl. Neal lined out to McAnanv. who made n nice running caleh. Moon singled lo center. Moon stole scconc by Catcher haw's glove, Moon ilopplno at third .arker tiled to McAnanv. No runs, two ills, no errors, two left. WHITE took a calle< .Irlkc and then doubled down the rlgh leld line. Fox filed deep to Larker ADarlcIo taking third after the catch Lnndts walked. Sherry .began warming UD (or Dodgers. Klusiewskl grounded to Neal, Aparicio scoring and Landis taking second, Neal tumbled bad momentarily to miss a oosilble double Died otf Neal's otove, Wills fumbled Smith's hard grounder foi Ike Nurses His Cold With Golf and Sun PALM SPRINGS (AP) President Eisenhower nursed his cold with another round of golf in just about perfect weather today. With the sun brilliant and the desert temperature 76 degrees, the President teed off at the El Dorado Country Club course about 9 a. m. Flood Hits Oklahoma, Killing 2 OKLAHOMA CITY W Two deaths were reported to- day in a flood-stricken area of Oklahoma, where one city was isolated and rain con- tinued to fall. The college city of Stillwa- tcr, in north central Okfo- homa, was cut off from auto- mobile traffic by high water and the National Guard and Army reserves were called out to assist in the evacuation of families. CIVIL DEFENSE authori- ties at Stillwater said the flood is the worst in history. Lake Carl Blackwell, eight miles west, and Boomer Lake on the north edge of Slillwat- pr poured tons of water into streams that flow through the city of population. He played with being sale at lint runt, tv an error, Smttii Lollar taking second. Phillips forced Lol Glllfnm unassisted. T A federal judge ruled today the Du Pont company financial can tie end its close with Genera) stroyed. THE SLEEK, 28-foot mis-i sile streaked from its ing pad, trailing its familiar u'" tail of white smoke. About 40 seconds later it erupted with a bright flash. A flaming piece of the rocket, apparently the second stage, sped upward, then cartwheeled into the ocean a few miles offshore. Scores of bathers on the nearby beach got. a thrilling view of the blowup, the sec- ond this week for the Polaris. ON MONDAY, the range safety officer- destroyed a Po- laris when it deviated off course. The double setback .fol- lowed two straight successes and is a big disappointment to the Navy, which is develop- ing the Polaris as a deadly Motors without disposing of its nearly stock interest in GM Judge Walter J. La Buy of U. S. District Court gave the opinion at the direction of the U. S. Supreme Court which, in a review of civil antitrust proceedings brought by government, found a tenden- cy monopoly it. (he relation- ship between Du Pont's interest repre- sents ownership of 23 per cent of General Motors Corp, weapon for ocean-roving sub-jDu Pont is GM's largest sup- marines. A of fabrics and
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