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   Las Vegas Daily Optic (Newspaper) - August 7, 1952, Las Vegas, New Mexico                                Mexico Ttinwday Satchel Paige Hurls 12 Inning 1 to 0 Shutout Over Detroit Indians Pick Up Games on Yankees Bucs Out of Race By CARL L UNTWIST NEW YORK AUK if It any body finds an unidentified or eft arm laying around in the next Wake Up Te More Comfort Without jtnr BicVcho t Xiilawy function UutUt f function M fc u aal elrain CJiuMd this gitat mljwrabtc Minor ilerIrritation to r wruntr d JtyUUrklaiiyi If con Ji tiM jrou Trr Doiii Pilhn mIM dlirtlk by million Mt oytrMyMn Hmmatinfl how many EhMKtitwkftMy relief from thcae dinrom nd t Dui a tmia 1 In I shutout for the Browns over the Tigers in ihe longest shutout of Hie major league season Ihat clidnl matter much in the litnaue Tle seventh nnwns were beating tho last n1 Utiniilers But at tlie other i of the axis Indians picked l ttHh loaded In he iSlh He pave up seven hits in gaining his eighth victory Paigv survived a bast iloaded ioneout jam in the when two runners were forced at the plate and he struck out Con nie Berry to rMJrc the side It was liie first Brownie shutout since April 2 A rare crror by Phil Rlmito let in two unearned runs for the Sena tors in Hi seventh awd Walt lerson went on to pitch a slxhilti r striking out 11 batters Washing on made only six hits but cashed in on the error Etrly Wynn held tho White Kos to five hits to iain his 13th victory Larry Doby took over the tr Ihi tialll ill Ulrn foul games in Ilii Urivis After ll be no res for I will Ina ini Tuesday Tiiere was plcn1 elsewhere in the Wednesday Paige Gets Sluitout Mr UnbHieViiii himself Satchel Paige pifhed a 12rinning me on I in1 Yankees them by only three dikMtcd tinWhiti Sox which WushiiiaUil Nov York CJ to 4 The ed out it Ihila ICaUui the Pi ffniilly proved what every had known for months that wruldnt win the pennanl They vtr1 tSirninMed mnthcmliti eally ut one of the earliest dates in league records when liie Car dinls trimmed them twice 7 to 2 in 10 innings and to 2 The Cubs liclcaud he Iddi to 3 The Phils nid Braves were rained out of muht dtutbUheader along with the bilgcrGiaiU single game Paige won his blinxblank duel with Virgil Trucks and Hal White when Boo Nieman hit a popsingle HOMEMAKERS JAMBOREl NATIONWIDE SHEETS 99 PENCALE COLORED SHEETS OMBED PERCALE First Quality SHEETS 175 698 pr Yellow 73 x 10R 181 x 108 and blue pcaeh 638 pr 72x108 42x38 ease60 Truly luxurious Come fed that soft sleep inviliag texture Yon can really feel the quality of these fine fully combed percales Harry itock up now at SAVINGS I NATIONWIDE COLORED SHEETS 558 81 x 108 Yellow Green anil Blue Tillow Case a v IDS 118 pr 518 pr PENCO SHEETS 81x108 Extra lonewearing So soft and smooth textured FINAL OIARANCE ON WOMENS SUITS ttT FINAL CLEARANCE ON WOMENS DRESSES Cottons and nylon only S5ea American League lead for homer with 24 and for runs balled in with 78 Mis tworun round tripper war the big Cleveland blow The Keds suffered their first loss under Holers Hornsby when the Cobs came from behind to score ihrerruns in the sixth The Cardinals won the 10lnning opener frnm the Pirates when tin scored 5 runs In tho second game Cloyd Boyor pitched iwohit bail for seven innings until Pittsburgh picked up its only runs in tho eighth and ninth Wednesdays Star Batch Mr Unbelievable Paige who pitched a sevenhit 1 to 0 12inning victory for the Browns over the Tigers in the longest shut out game in the majors this year Pro Football Loop Teams Training All Strengthened NEW YORK Aug 7 Ifl The National Football League hit full iractice stride Thursday with each if the J2 teams strengthened and Coach Paul Brown oj Cleveland on i rampage Tiiis is as explosive a mixture as can get without using blasting Coach Joe Stydahar and his highscoring Los Angeles Rams lit a fuse for 1952 when they winning the 1951 championship Clevelands title strinq at five by layotf 2417 But Brown covets re 1 never have been more serious or more determined about anything n my life than regaining the eham sionship Brown said this week as he drove his men through u ough blocking and tackling drill at iiram Ohio Being anything but champion is no good Its not fun The new Browns will be good but he New York Giants in particular re aching to take a fall out of hem The Giants have had a good enough record for the past two soa ons to win the American confer ence titles but Coach Steve Owens club was runnerup both times be cause the Browns arc in the same division Other factors that indicate an in teresting and closelyfought 1952 campaign The circuit has made itseH mere nearly a national league by mov ing one of its clubs from New York which wont support two pro teams to the Southwest where football ranks with cattle and oil Jimmy Phelan who coached the New York Yanks last yeav Will guide the new Dallas entry Joe Kuharich who ied the Uni versity of San Francisco to an un beaten season in 1951 starts his pro coaching career as new head of the Chicago Cardinals The Pittsburgh Steelers have traded Johnny Micheloson and the single wing for Joe Bach and the T formation Its the start of a new football era in the steel city where the late Jock Sutherland made sport history with husky Pennsyl vania boys and the single wing Service calls and injuries may strike any and all of the teams For instance Hams sent 1 i play ers to Dallas this spring in a deal to get center Les Richter but the exCalifornia star is scheduled to be drafted after the Aug Ij all star game at Chicago And the Philadelphia Eajilex al ready have lost halfback Steve Van Buren the leagues leading ground gainer probably for the season Van Buren dislocated his loft knee on the second play of the teams first scrimmage n L ii r Eastern Net Play Baseball Scores u By The AMMUM AMERICAN LEAGUE N w York Cleveland Soston Philadelphia Chicago Louis Detroit Remits Cleveland 7 Chicago 1 St Louis 1 Detroit 0 Washington 6 New York 4 Boston at Philadelphia ppd am Thursdays Schedule New York IKuzuva 57 and Mc Donald 331 at Washington Mare 76 and Johnson two gamss Boston Trout 88 and Nixon 33 it Philadelphia Seheib C3 and Byrd89 two games Detroit Wight 65 at St Louis Bearden night Only games Hambletonian Delayed GOSIIEN N Y Aug 7 IK The Hambletonian Stakes already delayed one day because of rain faced another possible postpone ment Thursday because of tho washed out condition of Good Time Park ATHLETES FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT IN ONE HOUR If not pltaatd your 40c back This STRONG fungicide SLOUGHS OFF the outer akin tc buried fungi Killi it on contact Qet Oreaselesfl instant drying T4I at any drug ntore Today at MURPHEYS DRUG STORE w 03 00 55 55 61 54 45 3G ci Ml 3 545 5 528 BM 513 8 505 9 J17 18Vi 343 16 NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Srooklvn w York St Louis 1hiliidelpITia 77 Chicago 3ustou incinnati Utsburgh Pet CD 880 622 5Vi 582 9 535 14 505 17 420 410 17 275 42 Delayed by Rain SOUTH ORANOE N J Aug T if Thirdround matches In singles highlighted by a meeting jctwen topseeded Dick Savilt of Grange M J and young Aussie fiosewall are on top Tiluri day when competition is resumed n the Eastern grass courts tennis ournanient Thursdays schedule Is the same as that originally planned or Wednesday when rain prevented all ilay KoseWall only 17 years old earned with another Aussie of the ame age Lewis Hoad to beat Savitt and Gardnnr Mulloy of Mi ami doubles in one of the big gest upsets of the recent Wimble ion tournament Other leading mens matches hursday are Frank Scdgman of Australia vs Harold Burrows of Charlbttesville Va Billy Talbert f New York vs Gustavo Palafox if Mexico and Art Larson of San eandro Calif vs Noel Brown of Los Angeles In quarterfinal matches in wom ens singles Wimbledon champion Waureen Connolly of San Diego aces Mclita Ramirez of Mexico and farmer Wimbledon champion xmise Brough of Beverly Hills ilays Mrs Nancy Chalfee Kiner ol aim Springs Wednesdays Results Chicago 5 Cincinnati 3 St Louis 73 Pittsburgh 22 Brooklyn at New York ppd rain Philadelphia at Boston ppd rain Schedule Brooklyn 111 and Wade 118 at New Yotk Wittielm 92 and Hearn J23 or Jansen day and night Philadelphia Roberts 166 and Dres MO at Boston Bickford 710 and Wilson twinight St Louis Clark 00 at Ciiicin lati Perkowski night Only games MINOR LEAGDE RESULTS West TeuvNew Mexico Ltarue Amarillo 5 Albuquerque 4 Clovis 3 Borger 2 Lanusa 67 Lubbock 125 Pampa 10 Abilene 1 Longhorn Learue Roswell 3 Sweetwater 2 Midland 8 Big Spring 2 Odessa 5 San Angelo 4 Vernon 9 Artesia 8 ArizonaTexas League Phoghix 9 Chihuahua 1 Tucson 8 El Paso 6 Juarez 11 BisbeeBouglas 5 Pacific Coast League Seattle 9 Sacramento 0 Los Angeles 1 Hollywood fl San Diego 4 San Francisco 0 Oakland 8 Portland 3 Western League Wichita 3 Colorado Springs 1 Denver 14 Lincoln 6 Sioux City 12 DCS Moines 6 Omaha 13 Pueblo 12 10 innings Todays Sports By OSCAR FRALEY OVER ATLANTIC To Nqw York Aug 7 IIB Retrospect comes easy as you bore through the heavens for home I know I shall never forget the moment when the man called Paavo Nurmi dashed out of the past to light the Olympic torch That is one of my four greatest thrills in a busy decade of record ing the feats of muscular marvels One of the biggest was on an October afternoon at Kbbcts Field when a burly young hurler came within one pitch of baseball im mortality You remember Floyd Bill Bevans and bow no was one strike away from the first nohit rorun gamu in World Series his tory whan an aging little man named Cookie Lavagetto stepped up and bounced one off the wall It would be hud to sur pass the of ciBie guy named BCB awl heartstopping Merlons tortuous acres it Phil adelphia in 1950 Little Ben shortly less than two years before had been the kingpin of the fairways then he almost lost his life in an auto accident Nobody thought that Hogan could win his future let alone the U S Open again So you knew it was one of the best sports feats youd ever see as Hogan hobbled over the fairways summer Football Said No Longer Played As Team Game By ED SAINSBURY CHICAGO Aug 6 If Ku harich said Wednesday that foot iaU his vocation and avocation is no longer a team game It used to be he said Back when I was playing in college it Aas a team game A player had o be at a certain place at a cer ain time and so on But now its matching individu il abilities against individual abili ies as part of team play Kuharich is a football perfection st and his insistence upon hard vork and conditioning as part of he game has caused him to lose ome prospects from his Chicago Cardinals training camp roster Well be in good shape for the Mason It nothing else he said But the boys reported in pretty good condition and now theyll stay that way Kuharich prepared for the cam aign harder than any of his play ers He took the job in January iince then hes studied every Car linal game movie available chart the actions of every player and has come up with some conclu iions Jts a matter of mistakes in fool iall now he said Everybody as got material good enough to1 win Iri material all the teams are so evenly matched that on one Sun lay you can beat somebody and the next Sunday theyll come back and beat you just because ol mistakes Kuharich cited last years Cardi l game with Cleveland as an ex ample The Cardinals must have made 5 serious mistakes he said and the Browns earned only one ouchdown But they won 45 to 21 Kuharich denied that he goes n for movies like a lot of other coaches I just spend two or three hours day looking at pic tures he said and we just ihow the boys one same a olftM I dont think Ive seen any lamti of ours more than three times Kuharich 35 weighs between 220 and 230 pounds now far over the weight he earned as a guard at Notie Dame and as player with the Cardinals before the war I dont think I ever weighed over 196 playing and most of the ime in college I was about 185 said Rich Tourney Opens CHICAGO Aug 7 TO greatest stars lacking two big names teed off Thursday at Tarn OShattter aiming for the links richest prize the payoff awaitltiR the lowest shooter in the 72 hole World championship to end Sunday to tie for the title and then whipped pain and par again as he captured a gruelling playoff And no matter how many rec ords you will see written into the books nor how gallantly men strive in friendly competition youll always remember with a hit of sadness the night the Brown Bomber was battered to tho floor Joe Louis the man of im mortal invincibility lay there with his shoulders across the ropes and lax features The mantle of had beta tern to tatters by tke explo sive punches of young Rocky Marclauo Those throe were the tops un til th c day the XVth Olympiad opened at Helsinki Than another Joined them when as 70000 fans screamed their adulation a free striding figure dashed out of the track and field history books to light the flame of friendly contest To hie Paavo Nurmi alwaya had been a vague phantom In the corri of time But 01 you caw him run tround that traek you knew that everything which had been written was poetry without meter M I ride the In flMM wfth Olympic lUrs I can honor tbtir performances and admire their nwdaln I fcWttat all their t dual nmMnbtt with a chill erMpinf up my Ml ft wtttoRMloi iunip la 07 UN ffejr I MW Paavo Mw 51f H 0 11 Mra two bumrds and a aai tainted enamelled woods MERRY MENAOtRIE By Walt Diiney If we were smart wed get domesticated and have free eats Midland Trips By The Associated Press Midlands designs on second lace in theLonghorn League look letter shape Wednesday night when the Indians stopjwd Big Spring Keith Nicolls became the loops irst 20game winner when he ripped the Broncs on eight hits 82 for Midlands sixth in a row Roswell continued its climb by edging out Sweotwater 32 in a pitching duel between winner Andy Alonso and Marcelio Solis The fifth place Rockets are games behind fourthplace Artesia sfter that club tripped up in a 98 utting duel with Vernon Odessa stretched its firstplace lold to a seven games by beatinfj San Angelo 54 Dangerous Recipe LONDON Aug 7 V BBC broadcast a series of urgent bulle tins Thursday The announcer warned that Ib tenerg should not absolutely not the recipe for gnatbite med icine whiclrwas broadcast Wednes day on a hints for housewives program Mrs Pat Washington conductor of the program had given the for mula as one part carbolic acid to three parts vinegar Doctors im mediately called the broadcasting station to advise that such a potion would be highly to Mrs Washington had neglected to say thit sik parts water should be lidded to the mixture mi race out of the past Ive lost some weight in camp md Ill probably lose more Kuharich ia a football perfeetion t He outlines one play a day his team and gives his linemen sep arate blocks depending upon the play pattern of the individual oppo nent Then he insists that his play TS execute the play perfectly The only way to cure mistakes lie said is to practice until theres hardly any chanca of making any That could ba tha way for the Cardinals to regain winning form in the National Football League too Tho goldfish is the carp related to AS LOW AS On Aerotark Modal illuitmtsd You lAMrkat Rwlly Carl Drive the CU til in aerostreamed beauty unmatched risibility ney air borne ridesensational mileage Drive your car in today for t liberal appraisal TEW MOTOR CO   

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