Galveston Daily News, July 25, 1954, Page 30

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July 25, 1954

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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - July 25, 1954, Galveston, Texas Snead Rallies in PG A ST. PAUL, Minn., July 24 (*ft—    haunting head-to-head marathon    golf to crush Elroy Marti, the little    er from Houston;    Shelley Slugging Sam Snead and his South    ainee th* last war.    known public links pro from Hous    Mayfield of, Chicopee, Mass., and American counterpart. Roberto De- Snead, the pain gone from his ton, 8 and 8.    Ca^nad^^CaIBar^er ot La" Vicenxo, smashed through their celebrated neck and wisecracks Other survivors of the long, 38 AlV of these are-or have been— third round matches like unbar-    back on his lips, smothered E. J,    hole grind over Keller’s level acres    familiar figures on    the tough pro nesaed bulls today to lead a cordon    (Dutch) Harrison, the onetime Ar-    were defending champion Walter    circuit, v, of name players into the quarter-    kansas Traveler now from St.    Burkemo; Dr. Cary Middlecoff, *n tomorrow's    quarter-finals, MeetiTwo Cr,,cial Battles Set In Jr. Loop The Santa Fe Redskins battle to The Galveston News, Sunday, July 25, 1954—PAGE 15 Braves Edge Gian, 5 to 4; Willie Mays Hits 34th Homer MILWAUKEE, July 24 (B~Billy I Morgan. Schell RBI—Riner I Cooper. Remus. Gilliam. RBI— Snider J. Amoret 2, Miaaiec.oii **•    • v “ * ^uaiwiuuu*, t    f    « vsi ow.-...    groper,    nemu».    wwuam.    sniaer 2 finals of the PGA golf champion-1 Louis, 7 and 6.    ,1949 National Open champion; Snead faces Bolt and Barber op- :    J°rf    *    Bolton    lined    a    single    to right with Baumhoiu 2B-sctwii. SB-Riner. HR- Giutam, Moryn. Moon 4. Hemu* 2B-«*rni. ship.    I    De    Vicenxo,    the    handsome,    nut-    Chick Harbert, the, two-time run po^s Harbert in the top half of nj ht 8 p } Derm ounaay twoon and two out in the eighth Coopar.^e-Ktner. DP-Fondy and B*nk* Mll*tA! HR-Amore. snider. Moon. Oil Oldtimers called It the fanciest brown Latin from Buenos Aires, ner-up from Northville, Mich.; the bracket. The lower half sends    Redskin#    must    win    their    7 field of eight to survive this ex- uncorked even more devastating Tommy Bolt, the dapper club toss-! Burkemo against De Vicenzo and m battle with the youthful Kin —    ........................................................ ! Middlecoff against Mayfield.    ’    ’ Bulldor. At , .,k._ P.rk The semifinals are scheduled steWart Fiefd Monday with the 36-hole champion- iinu■h■ n• ■* R„na... ! ship round Tuesday.    I    Unb*hagen ■ Builders, already as Valentine vs. Ro, Girts’ Title Match on Wrestle Card In the closest match of the day, aured of a playoff berth, can sack inning off reliefer Marv Grissom Bak,r B,nk# and F°ndy; Bunk*, laker j Uam SB—•choendicnat. Lint. Htmui _ today to give the Milwaukee    •.    CMcago    So^ndiar^    and    Ct®. Braves a 6-4 victory over New *• ®B 81 m™0"* 4' Cole so~*imraon» Hingham and Grimm**; Orammaa, Schoen-Ycrk their second atraie-M one-run I    * R-BR—Slmraoni 4-4. Cola 0-0 dl#n*t ani Cunningham; Barat and Gram- i5SK5.i r..-? W-OW d-9). L- Simmons (8-0- U-Dona ma’' l>ft~*K»klyn 8. St Leu!. 0 BB— verdict from the National League tam, eonian, Oormtn Gore T—2 28 A—    2-    lees I, Lawrence 3. Deal J, leaders.    10,248.    ; Poho'sKv I, RO—railca 3_ Pedros J, Loc* Maya, Johnny Valentine takes on the certain to be a rough one. Valen-! versatile Rito Romero in the main tine s stock and trade is back- event match on Promoter Norman    IIeatHn8’    R10me!'0    ™alnly ^    a scientific grappler, but    when an Clark, four-bout    wrestling card    opponent fires his Latin    temper, , that will be    presented Thursday    the Mexican grappler get* plenty night in the    city    auditorium.    rough. ’tv.. M.t.k ...ui w t * .ii Romero Is a former Texas heavy-ine match will be for two falls , ..    .    ...    .    ...f weight champ. He has held the title out of three w ith a one-hour time on two different occasions in the limit. Valentine annexed the SPORTS , past. He is expected to go all out Texas a*rain*^ Valentine Thursday in — .I* v   hopes of a victory so he can deheavyweight wrestling champion-, mand an offici|ll tit" Bhot ship Friday night by defeating Ed- Th* Texas women's wrestling round Francis in Houston.    j championship will be at stake in The Valentine-Romero contest is ■•«>*««»! match. This two falls out of three, 60-mlnute time ”    limit contest sends Nell Stewart, the current Texas champion, against challenger Ethel Brown. It was three years ago that Nell, a well-proportioned blonde who is mighty easy to look at. won the Texas crown in a match held here. At the time Texas didn't even recognise a state women's champ, but I Promoter Clark convinced the state boxing and wrestling com-mission that a state title should ! be set up since the girl, were allowed to grapple in the state. ' An elimination contest was held, j and Nail Stewart emerged the winner. Because of her beauty, Nell is sought after for television wren- Fleming Manag New er Of Dallas Eagles DALLAS. July 24 r-Dutch Mev- *oupm    for **levt*4oa wre- • r Miinui ♦ "a    ,    fl,n* cards, and she holds the •r resigned today „ manager of United State. TV women’, cham-the Dallas Eagle, of the Texas plonshlp. League and was succeeded by Lea With both Stewart and Brown Fleming    being    top-flight performers, the w W1 semi-final attraction I, likely to Meyer, midway through hi* ,t«al the ehow Thursday. fourth season at the helm of the Don Evan* and Col. Btu Gibson Eagles, resigned after a conference •***» to take on Ray Gunk)* and with Dick Burnett. Dallas oilman ?UJrt ®,to ,n * one ,aH t0 a f,n,"h tag team match. and sportsman who own. the Bag- ^ one u„ 1K.ainuU ttmg „m|t laa-    opener    pits Alo    Leilani    against It wa* apparently an amicable, Angelo Poffo a newcomer to Gal-Joint agreement.    veston    wrestling    Poffo.    a navy fcl.r.t) w „    „ veteran ie called th* man with Burnett said M*yer will continue the cast-iron stomach to work for him drawing    the    same    With    the Tuna,    women’s title salary, as a baseball    «    out    “and    Tnat< h    on th* card, an    unusally maybe in my oil business, too.'    i#    ”p*cUd f?r Thura* I* w*. h-ii-, a 44.    y    8    hout* Tickets for the It na. believed the move was matches vin be put on sale at made to get the Eagle* back on 9 a.m. Thursday at 2108 Market. the winning track After winning ......... th* pennant and Dixia Series last year, th* Dallas club ie now in last place, despite some hefty talent purchases. Fleming will be making his second try at managing in the Texas League this year, fie started a* manager of th* Beaumont Exporters but was deposed in mid June «5ve£ and succeeded by Mickey Living **** •ton. A few days later, Fleming, then and now th* league s leading hit- cwt.uT" tor, was sold to Dallas along with Was* Buss Clarkson, for $20 OOO and three players. It wee the biggest deal in T»i#r the league** history. „ „     ...    ..    4V,    Willie    Mays,    back    from    his 130-pound Barber rallied from the a,Wa^. a „ ?are    Tini8il m tlw    aunt's    funeral, cracked his 84th    I    £L . brink of defeat to beat Charley J    JKJ!    homer    with Monte Irvin    on In    Housers 7, Carns ll Sassier of Catonsville, Md., one    nilerworkg    rn    the - p.m. night-    tlle eighth to tie the score after up, on the 38th hole. He was two    cap'    .. „    Eddie Mathews had belted his 25th down with three to play before his    ,.Un ,® °.    er    hand- ,f Kane wins,    with one on jn th* third. Mays’,    ------ —— fine comeback.    ^    ,    assured of meeting poke assured him of a new league Louis Cardinals, 7-6, Saturday night ®$-kl    _    - No o.h.r motel, r.rrl.d .. hr    ‘hf PSV.‘ ^rw ’■"•°rd ,or hom"* thro“'h -rul»' !,t0 C“mb W,U,in flVe ',m'* as the S6*h although two came to    chance    at    first    >Dir old mark was S3 set by Hack lsagu#-ls*di»f New York.    Gnu*    t    2:47.    a    30,Tit. conclusion on the 35th, Harbert P!;^cr    .    Wilson of Chicago in 1930. the year Th* tying and winning runs were won over Ed (Porky) Oliver, the    A    doub!eh«»der Wednesday nigh    tie set    the league record    of. 66,    scored    in the ninth inning off low medalist, 3 and I. Bolt ousted    .    >comP*e‘e ,h®    regular JBL    homers    for the season.    trio of    Cardinals pitchers. I, Wade I L*wr»ric* 3. Pohnigky I HO-P»llm fl In «2-3, Hugh** 2 in 0 (faced 2 turner* In 7th), Padre* 2 in 1-3, Lee* I In I Wide 0 I* I. Lawrenr* 8 In 7. Staley I Iii I. Bra*!* I in o (faced 2 ST. LOUIS, July 24 —UP—The l*n*2-3 R-RR1 r^Ar*. tJv'pndre* p't^Loe* Brooklyn Dodger* edged the St. stalkyUpl *Bra*j*T2-2* Deal L*-ar*P^o!*ky HBP—By Pellc* (Hereu*). Br**l« a Hitchcock. Huntsville Jim Browning of Weston. Mass., flChedul®. second round conqueror of U, S. Open champion Ed Furgol, 2 and I TIM    ■ Burkrrno won over his former \ 11111 Se! ll I O tea* her, Aly ear-old Johnny Revol- 1T ta, 4 and 3. Middlecoff grew strong- —    WB* I /*v /• er in the afternoon after a bitter Im. I, inn|0 I ii-pre-lunch duel to expel Ted Kroll;IjI I I IIH MS IEI of New Hartford, Conn., 5 and 4. Mayfield eliminated Horton Smith, 46-year-old Professional Golfers Assn. president whose career spans the Bobby Jones era, 8 and 2. 8nead is seeking his fourth PGA,    an .    ,    .    , pso„.a < heinpionship. which would make    *'°nsan o meted    into the chaI”_    Weatrum.c    4    „    ,    , him the greatest winner since Wal-! Piowbip finals of    the district 17, Dddi^p    2    0    o    ocrand.iu 3 ter Hagen packaged five of the ti-    Amateur So. bia    11 Association    Mon)!.t    0    0    0    0 ties back in the pre-war days. De    tournament here by defeating Alta    Corwin p    0000 Vkenzo is making a bld to become    :    ...    .    .. r .    bKatt 1000 ‘ Monsanto will play the Galveston |    __ J. _ J.    _ Merchants for the district cham ASA Meet A crowd of 37,768 watched vet- BiBy Co*, pinchhltting for Sandy Play Spmi-Prn Tilt eran Warren Spahn hurl his 10th Amoros, who had homered earlier, triumph of the year. Don Liddle, singled and Al Brazle hit Jackie HITCHCOCK July 24 — Th* a former Brave, started for the Robinson with a pitch. Carl Furillo Hitchcock Tigers battle the Hunte-Gianta but the loss was hung on Al sacrificed both runners, and Cox vn]e RPfi gox jn a Negro semi-pro Corwin, third of four Giant pitch- 8COred the tying run on a wild contest Sunday in Hitchcock, ers, whom Grissom succeeded pitch    Thp two 't*amg    cia*h at twoon in the eighth.    j    Robinson    scored the winning run 3 pm. on’ the Live Oak Ranch REW YORK    MILWAUKEE    on a force play.    diamond. Junior Gilliam, who also slugged Frank Randolph will hurl and 1 n an earlier homer, singled across philip Holmes will catch for the <*    *    th» tv no- run    .    ..    .    . AB ll O A    AR    H O A L'km*n,lb    5    2    8    I Pen’ton.cf    4 110 Dark, a*    4    0    2    5 Bruton, cf    I Mueller.rf    4    2    5    0p'Con'll,2b    6 Irvin, lf    4    2    2    OM th'ws,3b    2 May*, cf    2    2    3    0 Aaron, lf    4 Wi!l’m*,2b    4    0    3    J Acrock.Ib    4 Th’pson.Sb    4    10    2 Pafko, rf    2 0    4    I Logan, aa    4 the first foreigner ever to take this national match play championship.    ,.    8    _    if '.,"’ V, ' a—Grounded out for Uddie in tth, pionsnip at 8 p m. Monday at Stew- b_KaTm*d t0r aTiB80m ln »th New >Wrk Playing loosely and sending his Total* SS » 24 IO Total* 32 ll 27 ll cled out for Ltddl* In 7th.    I    Hug; _ _-_-d tor Grlaaom in »th    I    Podr*#, j.,,..,    ,v.,    i»*    .u.,    art Field.    ,    »w    aw rh .................. 000200020—4    Loo*, p booming down the Keller    Ditched    for Monsanto    Milwaukee    ................ 003    001 ou-s    bMoryS Course.’* inviting fairways. Snead    , “    peened    Tor Monsanto.    r-lrvt,. 3,    May* %    Pendleton.    Matbewa.    Wade. p won the first two holes from Har-    tbPlped    hUi ®Wn    8«n«byht-1 4-_.._4__    ting a    two-run homer in the fifth    -Thompnoa 2. M«'I 2, Pandleton Mathawi risen and never let    the    towering    .    .    ~    .    2, gpahn Bruton. 2B O'Connell 3B—cran- 44 e-ea r-old get even    inning.    K.by, teller, Dearinger and    da!1 hr-Mays, Mathew* SB—O’ Connell, Reese, ss 4 Snider, cf 8 Hodge*,3b 3 Amort)* lf 3 a Dox, ib 1 Rob’*on,3b 'a Furillo rf 3 Cam'n'la.e 3 Palica, p 3 I Hughes, p 0 P 0 I 0 30 holes he played. He hit the ball ss well as any time in recent months, particularly awing a gallery of around 6,000 with his titanic tee shots. D* Vicenxo, who uses a brassie without a tee on most of his drives, seized s six-hole advantage over Marti, a 36-year-old public links pro, in the morning round with a medal 67 and increased it to eight by winning the first two holes of the afternoon. Santo. Monsanto ab r h Alta Lorn* ab Belk#.If 4 r. 2 Bradley lb 3 Tremont .a* 4 ft 0 Shire,** 2 Fuller 2b 4 0 1 Simpson lf 3 Griffith rf 4 ft 0 Wilson rf 3 yeller 3b 4 2 2 Brandon.3b 3 Eby p 4 2 1 Donahue c 3 D#*ringer,c 4 2 I HAlSrtt.rf 3 Lowe, lb 4 2 I Taylor,3b 2 Stork.cf 4 0 I Clausen p 2 Total* 36 ~S 0 Total* 25 Monsanto Alta Loma 032 non ft3" OOO -Westrum abd Williams; Williams, Dark and I ackman: Spahn, Logan and Adcock Left—New York «, Mil-r h waunee 0. BB Liddle 3, Monzart J, Corwin h t i Spahn 2 SO—Liddle 3. Spahn s HO— 0 0 Lidt e 8 In 6, Monzant i In o 'pitched 0 I to 2 in 7th>. Corwin I In I 2-3. Grissom 0 0 I to 3, R-ER —Liddle 4.4, Mordant OO, 0 I Corwin 1-1 Grissom 0-0, Spahn 4-4 W— 0 0 hpahn 110-10), L—Corwin (S-3). U-Ballan-0 0 fang Jaekow*kl, Barliek. Dixon. T—2:37, 0 0 A—37 788. ai    ooo RBI—Ebv 2. Lew* 2 Dearinger 3B CINCINNATI, July 24 — UP—Ted Causer U—-Collin* and Bate* CITY AMATEUR ROUNDUP NELL STEWART . . Defends title here. NSL, SBL Crowns Sought This Week De*ringer^HR^-Eby Winner- Eby Lc«gr~ Kluszewski hit his 27th homer Of the season and Ed Bailey blasted his seventh Saturday enabling the Cincinnati Reds to snap a four-game losing streak with a 5 to 3 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Rookie Art Fowler was credited with his eighth triumph of the season although he was replaced by Frank Smith with two Pirates on base and two out in the seventh inning. Smith pitched the remainder of the game yielding only one hit, — a ninth-inning homer by Jer- the tying run. BROOKLYN    ST. LO Lie AB H O A    AR H O A QUIitm.Sb 4    12    5 H«mu* 3b    4    2    (i    2 0    6    4 Moon cf    8    I 2    0    0Sch’rist.2b    5    I 0    6    2 Mu*!*I rf    «    J 1    4    OCp n m.lb    6    0 I    0    0 Rep *ki, if    6    I I    0    I Barm, c    4    2 I    3    0 Gram * a*    2    I 0    8    1 eLowrey    0    0 0 0 OfScTld,** 0010 0    0    0La'rtnct.p    2    0    0    0 0 0 ocFrmer lion 0    0    OdHiddtx    0    0    0    0 OOO Staley, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 gfabl'aki 110 0 hLint    0    0    0    0 Bran* p    0    0    0    0 Deal, p    0    0    0    1 Pob'laky.p    0    0    0    0 Total* 3* t 27 13 Tout* SS 12 27 lo a—Singled for Amoroa In 0th b— Forced Campanella for Ix>e* In 0th, e—Singled for Lawrence In 7th. d—Ran for Frazier In "th. •—Walked lot Orammaa In 8th. f—Ran for Lowrev In 8th g— Singled for St»!ey In 8th. n— Ran for Jablonakl in tth Brooklyn ...................loo OOI 012—7 SM Loots .................... tm OOO 410—0 R—Hemua Schoendlen*t, R • p u I * k I Gramma*. Schofield Haddix Gilliam 2. Re*** Snider, Amoro*. Cox, Robinson E— Tigers, who have won 18 and lost four. Huntsville, boasting a 19-3 reoil    o    ord,    will start Elbert Johnson    on ^    *    the    hill, with Jam** Cook    behind 6    ]    the    plate. 2 0 ................. 4 I ■    ...       . 3    I! 0    0 DEEP SEA FISHING to Snapper Bank* “DIXIE QUEEN* OB-Ft. Twin niesal • Caf* ob board. • Hailing I a.m.—- return 8 to a p.m. • im per charter not necessary, SI Day charter accepted. GALVESTON YACHT BASIN Behind ,lohp Sealy Hntpttal Rh. I-I4M. 2-8828—Etal? Day my or atte PYE*S 22nd and Avenue F Big State Statistics Championships in both the Senior be able to cut the lead of the two ry Lynch. .....1    PITTABVRGH Softball League decided Aillt it 5 Sox can upset the apple cart at the    J this week a? the City Amateur sea- unexpected time.    Thomas    cf    a son moves into it* final weeks of play. Two more loop* will end regular Merchant* SENIGK BABI HALL PLAYOFFS rY*nV,jrU’VVl*,d Jnlv ,,M7' °>rpu* rhr*'' •’ WSWStfclR    pUy thl"    the    Junlor    Baseball i.ttsr,* re ,irt4* fii h,Tu^*,-*,,ftW*CO Ju,y 17 *h,ch r * 1 no* leer. rf- -       **    -----    - Sh piich/r* with won w lo»t record*. W CU8 BATTINO BICA Minor Loop Slates Field Meets G» ) et’on •Dim HarttagM O    AB    R    R 04 3382 aas 1080 »4    Ski ASI    sr4 04    3234    41I *7 Slid 40! V, 3138 ten 04    3288    817 08 3134    42* 04 SBM 403 886 lei SII 78* 28 174 IM 172 181 142 142 131 sa HR 88    35 MO 133 43 3* 20 28 28 38 80 SH M 78 77 TO 94 7* AO SB 84 68 36 39 45 *0 TA 86 CLt'B FIELDING Club— Tyler Corpus Christi Aurin Bn *n Ha- I na*n Qairsatoa Tempt* Waco a S3 N 07 08 •4 »4 04 03 FO 2034 2421 >552 SAU 2420 3464 2470 2004 A HHS 1153 1071 ins? 00O 1027 ms 1086 E IU 142 183 ITA 176 IM 2*>A 12% (NDIVIDIAL BATTINO Player Club. Pm, C*arley. Gal. cf ' Pana, LOB AUO 794 74% 873 TRI 73% 730 73% j Jan** Austin, p KB BB RG HBI 24    492    4.0    JC 2*    422    40k    4M 3K.» 43* 3**    17:2 20 329 374    354 3* MI 4*.k    41% 24    43*    478    4%« i7 *41 sn $n U 404 6U 450 CIG 69 bs 70 85 n 71 62 64 DP CS PS 67 Sa 3 IO0 • 9 70 25 4 93 24 13 IQI ie I" TA 23 22 ** 27 3 1"2 10 9 264 102 79    29 12" ll 13 61 I ll 3    14 0 0 9 AI 3    16 I 47 6 Cia I 33 4    80 13 AM I A Weld meet end picnic win be    vmJr cc*W uf staged by the YMCA Texas Minor La%>gn« g*^ pf Utile league Tuesday st Stephen    oiU-OC. et sn lei f? lie V A na tin ria lr!    Sb**l* Waco p    46    17 Wojmmmm new.    i    *Bu|i»» cc et 344 iii The six (timi in the league will 3 ca«apt>*ii, fem. tb Iii 40 compete in baaAball and track and    ‘ H.rVpr $ |ll filed testa, the member* of the win    '4«>d*'»!n cc ib    ira    r.;i 2,7-“*    »*    •    •»*«    M    IU baseball. Each boy will be in at    < %io» cc, sh    30%    103 leaat on# event.    ReHoeoa. oat. pf.ii    sso    no    is    6% James Piper! and Lou.a Ma sa on I    Selti ?Sui*,1b    Sit!    ‘St    W    73 will be official Judges of the meet.    £r3rr cc 1.    4%    15 along «IUi presiding judge Al by j    'rlmrn,    ae*    **    ” •oenntng    «*<>rpu# Cbrt*t! •> 403 130 Ho. ta .na ta    ta    3    »} picnic are bein* donated by com- F camptwii, Temp,# mlssloner Tom Juncman while the I .    , IF M silver baseball* will be donated by Farehim, c Chrtett, * the Lions Club. fi; Hayer, Bryan, p MV ' *r’'f I em, ft 356 Swig*!! b-2b Awiaatfro. Mar, p ....    liar. p-f)f ga sella Tempi#, p Eave*. Gal wry. p . R Jon** Bn, p ol I Bima, CC. i Kudo#. S Cbergy. Tyler p ZZ? May, Austin - VS H*°ry Br), <>( p * CO. p Mill*. H*rl*it|»n, p M 1 V * a I>#fxr* Gal p.pf 2* 333 3.30 32A 324 MrNeat, Auetis p IT 8 ft 6 170 ftft IO 0 2 . 18* 42 7 0 I 167 42 7 e 2 IAI 49 • 0 4 I Aft 45 7 0 7 1ft* 41 8 0 4 146 43 A 0 4 140 63 7 I 6 132 41 6 I I . 122 AA I 0 5 .iii; 83 7 0 3 hi < 29 3 0 3 103 4" 4 0 4 . I OO 19 2 0 0 .00* 44 4 (I ft . "9 I 39 I 0 4 "77 2* 3 0 2 OTI 29 2 0 0 ."69 ( nesday and the Elks Teenage League completing its slate Tuesday, Both the Optimist Little League and the YMCA Minor Little League continue regular play for one more .269 i Week Only the Negro Little League zn will play regularly throughout the '•ie; month of August. j Two softball leagues decided their champions last week, Bell Telephone finishing off Advance Exploration in tilts Tuesday and |piant<msk Wednesday to take the City Recreation Softball League championship, and St. John’s Lutheran topping First Lutheran in a sudden    _ death playoff Friday night to take iUoSs'chib the Galveston Church Athletic A inj elation Softball League title. Moody vs Merchants Tf%m VV L Prt. Moody R%nk 2 2 SOO Mart bants 3 2 .BOO JINIGR BASEBALL LEAGIE Team — VV. I. Pct tUObehagen Builders A 2 7*>0 I Kin* Boilerworks 5 3 «25 Sant* F# Redskin* 3 ft .375 Kin*In Bulldog* 2 6 260 CB GB Lynch, if 5 Atwell e 3 role 2b 5 Jano'tez 3b 3 Surkoet, p I aGordon I Hetki, p 0 CINCINNATI I    J I I Temple, 2b OHarmon.Sb 4 2 OBeil, rf 3 2 OKlus’skl.lb 4 I I Qr’npr * lf 3 I 0Bork’*kl,rf 4 2 2M MH'n as 4 0 I Bailey, c 3 2 4 Fowler, p 2 0 0 Smith, PIO e Pct 308 274 273 .272 F't .989 .Mi •se p:»5 BSI 946 .946 -0*1 ELK N TEEN AGF. I EAG IE American III vt *1* i Team— W L. Pct. Elks NU. 2 12 t .857 VFW Port **n 0 5 643 vvs*( md Lion* 5 9 .537 Elk* Ko. I 2 12 143 Rations Dix talon Team— W L. Pct. Irtand City Hem#* ll 3 .7*6 Blue Plat# Shrimp IO 4 ,714 Cartwright ft 0 .357 Ftacber Plumbing OPTIMIST 2 12 .143 .FTTLK LEAGER t set**rn Division Team— \\ JL Pct. I Ptantowaky Furnt. Hawkins Insurance 4 I .loo 3 3 BOO Bura* Radio Bary. 3 3 .SOO A alco Insurance I 4 .200 © I Division Tea rn— W. L. Pet. Magnolia Food* 6 I 833 l.ton* Club I 2 AA? Gr***o and Roo* 2 4 .333 Jack Tar Hotel I S 187 ftft estern DtvGion Team— , VV L. Prt. Gulf Lumber 4 I .800 VFW Post 880 3 2 600 Plummer Termite I I 250 Moody Bank I 250 GB Tm a1*    38 IO 24 • Total* 32 12 TI 8 I a—Filed out for Surkont in 7th. Pittsburgh ................ non    ON) mil—J Ctacinnati ............... ,Kk)    110 box—* R—Skinner    Thomas.    Lynch    Temple, H;»rrnon Bell, K!u*zew*ki, Bailey. E None RBI-Thomas. Lynch 2. Kluszewski «'• 2    B--U. Greens!-***, Bailey. 2B— Borkow- 2    *k! Skinner Thorns* HR—Kluaz#w*ki, Bal. 0 j ley, Lvnch SB—Tempi* a—Surkont, Fowl cr HF-—<»Teener*ss    Left—Pittsburgh IS, Clnclnoatl 7. BB-Surkont 2 Fowler 8 GB so—Surkont 4 Fowler 3. HO—Fowler 9 ••• in 5 2-3, Surkont IO In 8. Hetkl 2 in 2 \ Smith I in 2 1-3 R-ER- Fowler 2-2. Pur-8 knr.| u, Hdkt 0-0, Smith l l W—Fowler 8 I (8-6) L- - Surkont (8-13) U—Fngcln. Stewart, Pineal. Bogge** T-2 2% A-3 383. O ❖ O GB iii m • I Cubs 4, Phils 0 i 3 4 GB xNct tncluding Saturday night * games 6 6 6 NEGRO LITTLE LEAGER Tttna Triple XXX games. The Galveston Merchants T c. Indians . TI-A 851 ana hi. Augustin* the Star Merchant* open the two- J. <7 Brave* of-three series for the Night Soft- n # hitting statibtics •B'gham told ie Atlanta of th* Southern ball League championship Thurs- Blaver a Team— l^adtn* HBI'a- Dean Stafford, Corpus a’, v    Af del*yi,'6 B week for the Mi va (^Msrque*/ Amateur Softball Association Dis- Holm** n la VV L. Pct 15 3 .833 14 3 .824 ll 7 .en 7 ll SM 6 12 .294 i 13 .278 3 ll .200 no Dickinson Picked To Hold LL Heel 3b Of    247    77 O Davit, Ty. lh    SMI    JD9 Sub* Ty, lb    i*12    po Libel to, cc-Tempi* 3b of    857    79 Roarer Brr. 9b    aa    JI Daahn. T*mpi# oi    374    114 Feater. Tyler. 2h    144    43 Never. Tempi# lb    326    97 lo IO 46 84 19 54 16 60 16 IJJ J CMI* „        ...     —    —    '    -MTW,.- ti? Leading Hitter -Boh GaMty, Gab est on. trict 17 tournament to hr reel ort Rou#,tr < Dodger*) Jl7 SMA J*0k Kau* Waco. ,3-«    V#    u    oJT    «    ,    reeled    Langur    <Iji barque) Moat Hit# — D#an Stafford Cor PU*    here. The final    game    of the Linton I Indian*. Johnson (La Mart]ut) 317 ll 54 Lilt!#. Gal ~lb 221    85    >2    56 Conin#. Tyler 2b 71    21 Depperseh t. Bn of 842 HO DICKINSON, July 24 - Dickln-. 'To"' Mar CC CUI’ M „ eon has been chosen aa the Mite C’>uiwakl, w a, lh p na m of the An a Four Uttle League    Bry’    H*r    I00    29 playoffs, it was nnnounccd today. Browning, Tiler of >46 10} The representative teams of (in I-    **•    ti veston'a three divisions, the Ameri- Hamtaaa Tim Sh-** .iro toe cen and National Leagu. a of Tex a.-    e    ,    1*1 r . ii*-,,,,-    _ M , kv, , ,    Dunkov u h. Mar, of 840    9% City, La . tnrqiie, and fiirklnson — Hoffman, Waco p 62 ii the Aren Four    members —    will    K    T*m,    < battle Aug 2 4    in Salrinann    Rta    ^1!“’*b    W dium according to Paul I-jvM, |»ow*r#..cr! c 3b president of the Dtcklnmn Little    ccTib* L^agu* and tourney director. An*#k» Austin of Lovlt ceiled a meeting for wit n,!    ot . *9’, ®t , ,    .. Cr wlch. Her Au*, af 187 45 teem managers and league direr    May*, Auatiu ■*    354    103 tors Monday night in the Com    \$on<’*nUli 0,1 c munity room of Citizen State Bank ! Lmht£*t*t£’Har, In Dickinson. Teams should have 1 *•» •* their nominee*    for tourney    urn-'    vi'ch*ii T»*« pires listed before coming to the Maut*, warn. as meeting In order to speed up the    -    t9u    .. order of business. 8. E. Nicholson    J Pere*, ii»r-h-. »*    355    pi of Dickinson has been    appointed    n,!    3h    19    10 umnire (n-rhief    ;«ander*on,    Gal 2b 294    74 umpire in-cni*r,    H*usm»nn,    Au* 2b 205    74 Three games will be    played on    Bry    af-p    12S    .32 Aug 2, two tilt. on Aug 3, and the Sjg*    \H    g championship game on Aug. 4. I Henry Cornua, e 52 ii Th. champ of Area Four will go    cSro^'o.i    «*    Ii to th* district playoffs at Bellaire, IHawmae Brr H.r,    b m    22 Tex., Aug. 8 7.      “ 341 98 161    43 374 106 17ft 49 317 Ak 363 76 333    91 149    40 41    11 194 At Si a *3 J«4    79 293    76 74 It Zany Idea /or Hat up Ifaroaea Hr/, of 832 so 1 Ptj ll ti pa. Warn, a >01    4. »M I'.rn, Mar Bryan, •R>-2l<    262    66 Steel*. T*mpl«, sa 199 47 I >*111* Aus'in. 2b 2M9 66 Rh 1 pp* Tiler, r> 28 A 1 |tl<rlten Mar. e of 2%o    84 Point, I < rn CC (I p 49 ll Hoehttatter, Au*, of 78 IT WATERVLIET, N. Y. - UP Tea for two has been served in many different way*, even in SSSTam, of-V 3« 77 songs, but who ever heard Of R Choaare, T>i#r, ••    31*    70 WU.,* 10£a!ion 8f,mhr«rot    amwlV-m    Ila    33 Mrs. William Bird not only con- Riva* Hariinmn, coded this zany idea but won first “Sperry. Brjan' p 1,9 ** Kara*, Hrvan, P    59    13 if 119 51 56 86 -    if I va ell Mar ce, p 43 saucers, spoons, teabag* and two Bswyer,    Waco P    ao tumps    of auger.    ^T*r!*T'    J?rv p~of    ** 1    i bestar,    Galv#*ton, p    23 prize with It In a recent women’* club hat parade She wore her Hpi#th Tyler, p sombrero complete with cups, U'Jud    p i ii a ii I I i > 3 > 9 I I 4 16 a A I 1 7 3 2 4 0 2 4 4 T 0 3 9 0 3 2 3 a 0 0 3 1 3 3 • I I I 5 5 0 1 ti 0 4 X o 2 0 2 0 c ft ft ft 0 ll 61 IS 40 13 36 34 2u 43 41 55 11 56 2% 77 Ift 40 39 >4 4" 24 7 19 49 32 36 7 1% Aft 2 35 24 1« 12 12 I >6 24 13 88 26 14 39 26 3 ST 7 lo 89 29 13 in 9 16 6 A 7 0 ft A B 0 2 I I I 0 12 4 7 316 jilt1#*.!?011 J*'!k VVUku“on' Corjxi* chn!"i, tourney is set at Stewart Field ais^ Moat Double* Ramon Mejias. Waco, anc Monday night, with the Galveston sit    t'ori«i*    efirtrti, 26 #«ch,    Merchants definite contenders. •Ill    Chil. Bigha™, Corpus    Unbehagen    Cinches    Tie Most Homer* Stafford, Corpus Christi, I Unbehap"n will definitely he in the playoffs for the Junior Baseball crown nm! needs only a vic-n,m> ,orv Wednesday night in cinch looo first place. Kane Boilerworks has 1^, the inside track on the other berth 1000 for the playoffs, which will begin • st* Sunday, Aug. I, The Santa Fe ho,, Redskins could tie Kane’s for the ,773 berth, however. ;t2o i Klks No. 2 is a cinch for first .TM place in the American Division of •I3’, the Elks’ Teenage I/eague, hold-!*•> int a three-game lead on th* pack with only a game Monday night ’ aa? left on th# slate. MJI VFH Post RN) is a cinch for '500 second place in tile Division. ’SII Island City Homes is assured of at least a ti# for first place, holding soft « one Kame lead over the Blue I Plate Breaded Shrimp with only I 500 J Tuesday's games remaining, in the ‘goo i ^a^ona* Division. LL Still Open 47 4 No one ha* cinched first place' M"*' Triple* Christi i ft sui. _Mo«t ™" ,27, end K«ith Litti*. Oslveatnn. 22. 302    FIT*    HING    RECORD* Mf Eitcher Club— H BB SO W 29*    Coeovsn, g*i 31    ift    24    2 •*94    Fnrpkc. Waco 2    4    7 .192    Kau. re/ c « rpu* 18    18    0 292    F, Cempbell, T-o 20    IB    4 M'wir*. Tyler id    I    ft • Mi    Klidos, Waco 7u    64    7>> .201    Hheett. Waco loo    65    74 hucfc#nb*cii, CC 61    30    28 .200    ' Phipp«. Tyler 65    Btl    33 .29"    (’Ald.#ll H CC lint    42    39    IO 2*0    Grunwgiit. Waco 47    30    37    3 260    Rn aa, lur 120    2%    92    13 •189    Prt*#. Corpus ion    32    39    8 2*6    VlttAr, Corpus 191    45    7*    14 28*    Hoff rn sd, Waco 92    47    43 2%*    Sawyer, Waco 137    60    113 0 13 lift 1"4 1*1    15 13*    61    36    12 15%    62    *« *8 4ft 29 leo bo ba na 44 120    34 143    43    47 Sr 3*2 [Pringle. Tyler 2*1 R tm a. Corpus 281 ' Huber AOB. AU* Cbestw, Oalv. .273 Taylor. Au*'in • 276 Eava# Gal-Bry .273 Konlck, Ga Iv • *7ft Heat. Anilin    . .3*9 11 blot, TCCO 14ft 59    47 .2*8 May, AUAIin 112 SS 77 26* Lo*an, CC lf.a 112    73    41 .28% Chirgy, Tyler BB 2ft 24 11 felon, Galveston 3% lf 17 .2831 Mink, HArlln*«a 14    3    * • MI (Parker, Brian 84 13 IS 28" gaz»II» Tempi* IT* 64 *ft 2BO‘^*w"0rry. Hry 168 41 A1 2fti Jon##. Austin 124 3ft 7ft 256 McNeal, Austin 94 AS 42 25fjw*t»r«, Waco 4ft Jo SI SBA ; Jon##, Bryan 154    9"    66 252, Hugbe*. Corpug 34    4!    29 • SBI Litton, Au# Har lf 46    9 260 nui.;#it, Har its 0ft 43 .260 MUI#, )}*rtinges 133 62 3* • SBO spieta, Tyler 122 >8 33 •SBO, frauer, Bryan 12" .*•! 4* ■S**i Wolf, Tempi* 39 I a 7 248 j Singleton, Tem. 5    6    4 •242 A Gland re. Mar 157 Af Bt 241 j Hat hee Tem 1*2 64 64 • 230 . van I let tee. Gal 42 ,30 2* Buchanan. Gal 42 IA 14 23* Ptromback Tem 9«i 3* 22 Robbioa (Bt Au* i Wiley (Braves) Caldwell (Indian#) Mom# Hu..„ Ferris, Indian* ft Mal Bouidin, Dodser* 4. Boult#, Dodger* 3 . Run- Batted la Ferris, Indian* I* Mal Bouidin, Dodger* 14, Me! Bouidin, Dodger* IO Boutte, Dodgers IO. G AB R H Pct. 15 36 13 17 472 1ft 36 1ft 17 .472 16 34 14 1ft .441 17 4n 24 IT .425 1ft 4 ", ll 17 .425 14 27 9 ll .407 1ft 31 12 12 .387 15 34 13 13 3*2 13 34 9 13 .'3*2 IS 33 13 13 .364 CHICAGO, July 24 -UP-Ralph GR Kiner. Chicago's strong - armed outfielder who has driven in just ; four runs in the last 29 games, smashed a triple off the Centerfield wall with two men on to spark the Cubs to a 4 to 0 win I, over the Philadelphia Phillies Sat-- urday. Kiner, the National League home run champion or co-champion for OB seven straight years, has knocked in only 40 rung so far this year. But with Gene Baker and Ransom Jackson on base in th# first inning, Kiner whacked the first 11 * pitch off the Phillies’ Curt Slm-pct mons, for all the runs the Cubs •JZS needed to win their eighth victory mZ in iheir last dozen games. PHILADELPHIA    CHICAGO Alt ll O ft    AB    H Oft Ashburn rf 3    0    2    OB'mh'tZ.cf    4    13    0 Tor'son.lb 3    ft    12    0 Baker 2b    4    I    1    3 Burgess r 2    0    A    I Fondy, lh    4    0    0    2 Ham'er.2b 4    I    I    3.Jackson 3b    4    2    0    ll Ennis, rf Slip Riner lf 311ft! Schell, lf 4 2 2 ft Sauer, rf    2    ft    0    ft Morgan **4103 Bank* ss    4    I    7    4 Jones 3b 4 0 0 2 Cooper, c    2    I    5    2 Simmons,p 2000 cole, p    4    ft    I    0 Totals nill I Totals SI 7 Vt 12 Philadelphia ........   OOO    "Oft    OOO—(I Chic**,)  ..............*10    non    iftv—4 ,1 R Baker, Jackson, Banks, Cooper. 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[WJ Gulf Lumber held a one-game lead (loo over VFW Post SSO in the Western OO" Division VFW edged Moody Bank for the flrat-half title, "bu The Triple XXX Dodgers and La Marque Merchants continued to set the pace la the Negro Little League with their strong pitching staff and value* to 12.95 reduced to ___   _    t ■ 236 Garrett,    Bry*n    %    6    2    0    I 23ft Guidons,    Tempi*    23    A    7    0    I ■231 j Outline,    Her    4    7    I    "    I .229 ; Wilkinson, Bry    4    7    3    0    1 224    VV ilium*    CC    Vt    T    7    ft    I 224: J DAVI*,    Ty    14    12    14    ii    I 2-.'3    Prtsboy, gain    2    4    2    0    1 lf;    Or***lck,    hat    in    5    o    o    i 218 Bonin*. Corpus 0*602 .$66' Henry. Bryan 2.)    1%    0    ft 3 • T"3 ' I eaftln* Pitcher* lh##!* VV APO, 12 8 • 2(>2 Most Strikeout* — Prtnglt.    Tyler,    141; • 106 H»wy#r. 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