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Alice Daily Echo (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Alice, Texas Pare 2 the allo Tex daily Echo. Wednesday Augustio. I<53 Al Pennant race is real Dilly by de Wilks the associated press the american league Pennant race is really a Dilly. Where else could a team lose three straight to the seventh place club then v in due from the fifth place member and still Edge upward into second place Cleveland did just that in its Lasi four games a blowing three game set at Washington that dumped the indians out of a virtual three Way tie for the Lead and then moved up again with a 4-2 decision Over Detroit last night. What a More while the indians dropped 7 of 13 on their recent Eastern so my they lost Only a babe s ill again a babe Dii Rikson Zaharias is again silvering from cancer according to announcement from Galveston where she is hospitalized. She was originally hospitalized earlier this year for treatment of a ruptured spinal disc he underwent surgery for cancer in 1953 and returned to Tourn intent play to Triumph in the National open last year. Nea telephoto Cauley s 3-hit shutout whips pipe men to p. Pitch la a is spoil Over i seven it v Thi ill single be he one. I d. Cauley tuesday night a a three hit shutout at Field in sparking Walt san exciting 1-0 Victory e pipe amp Supply in a tin exhibition one of the seasons most games. Phillip Gleason s the opening Frame Bandit s single in the see tyrus Hawkins one to it to i lid baser in the seventh were the Only three safeties allow by Cauley. Fine defensive play by Catcher Ernie Clark and other sports kept Cauley out of trouble As the big right Rander faced Only 22 men one Over the limit for seven frames. Not a pipe men reached third base Cauley retired the last 15 a amp is batters to face him in order. He struck out two and walked none. Jack Webb was the losing hurler whiffing five and walking two. He was tagged for three hits two by Doc Botard first Sacker. The sports scored the games Only run in the sixth when Gauley walked with one away. Ile moved to third on an error and passed Ball and scored on a wild pitch. Clark s single in the fourth Frame was the Only hit besides two by Botard off the slants of Webb in an extra two innings a just for practice Quot Boatright smashed a Horn run Over the Centerfield Fence off Cauley. It was the first Homer Over the new Fence. Seraph Serna tripled off Webb to nother Long blow in innings which the Iso 2-1. Account for the practice sports won line Scon t a in a Alice p. A waifs spot j. Webb and Clark it. Too too 0 5 too Ooi and Meyer your Day of Freedom the Day you buy on automatic Necchi other Model of Low of $98,95 a Frie sewing lessons Cost a it Villi for fill a a Vaughans a up sewing machines 212 k. Phone main i 7532 half game in the frantic Pennant scramble. With the Victory at Detroit Cleveland moved into the run Ner up spot ahead of the new York Yankees beaten by Boston 4-1. The Chicago White sox stayed out front with a 4-1 Success at Kansas City. Here a the Way the titans line Ai up at the moment w l pct. Of. Chicago 64 43 .598 a Cleveland 65 45 .591 \2 new York 65 46 ,586 i Boston 64 46 .582 12 four runs in the second inning got the Job done for the indians who combined a pair of walks two singles and Gene Woodling a double to beat Ned Carver and tile tigers in the opening game of a vital three game set for Detroit. The tigers now Are 6j j games behind the White sox and can to afford to fall much farther Back. Rookie Herb score won his Lith with Ray Narleski wrapping it up in the seventh after two unearned runs had come across. Southpaw Billy Pierce took Over for the White sox. Checking the athletics on two hits a both by Bui Wilson who banged a Homer with two out in the ninth. The als had whacked 16 hits while losing 16-12 to Boston sunday. Pierce contributed a run scoring single ahead of Minnie i j Nosow a two run triple As the j White sox shelled Bobby Shantz with three runs in the second j Boston powered past the yanks on homers by Billy Klaus and Grady Hatton while Willard Nix i on was Doin what comes naturally a scattering six yanks hits for his fourth Victory in five de a cilium against the new yorkers j this season. The big right hander is 8-2 against the yanks lifetime. The two homers and a single were the Only hits Boston got off loser Whitey Ford until the a single and Nixon a double i made it 4-1. I a crowd of 61,678 a largest night throng in the majors this i season and fops at Yankee stad Quirn since july 21, 1950 a sat in As t he fed sox made it four straight in new York. The other Al action saw Bill Wight four hit Washington for a 1-0 Baltimore Victory in the first game of a twi night pair then Roy Sievers homered twice for four runs in a 6-3 Nat Success in the Nightcap. In the National. Brooklyn stayed 14 games out front with a 3-2 decision Over new York in to innings Milwaukee smacked St. Louis 6-2 Philadelphia Clung to fourth with a 9-1 pasting of Pittsburgh and Chicago beat Cincinnati 4-3. Abilene stops Aliceann. 3-2 Corpus Christi. Aug. To a Alice will be fighting for survival tonight in the Region 7 Pony league tournament Here at Speedway Park when it meets Corpus Christi at 7 of clock in the losers bracket. Abilene Winner Over Aliet 3-2 tuesday night tries san Antonio at 9 of clock tonight and the lose will catch the Winner of the Alice j Corpus Christi till at 9 p. In. I thursday. Harvey Kau will probably be Alices starting Pitcher tonight. Four errors by Alice allowed a Well coached Abilene team to score three unearned runs tuesday night and eke out a 3-2 decision before a Cro a of some 2,-500 fans. The score was tied 2-2 to tally from third base. Michael Garza. Alice third Sacker Drew life on an error in the top of the seventh and moved to third on two stolen bases but he died there As Tommy Aycock Willie Belt and Leroy Schuman struck out in order to end the i game Armando Marroquin was the losing Pitcher. He allowed three hits two to Choate and one to Martinez struck out 13 and walked two. Choate incidentally scored All three Abilene runs one each in the first fourth and fifth frames. Armstrong and Evans held the potent Alice bats in Check most of the game allowing two Safe pirates is tagged out at Home Collet who took throw from Oltz Johnny of Brien Pittsburgh by Chicago Nils Pitcher Slowie third baseman Kandy Jackson during run Down play Between third and Home in second inning. Play went from cub outfielder Jim King to Catcher Harry chit to Jackson to Pullet. Cubs won 11-10. Nea telephoto Rene Vega wins 26th decision Corpus Christi aug. To. Ban is having a rollicking time a Rene Vega who May be the i with Corpus Christi in the big Hist Pitcher in baseball to Start state league and has ambitions to a fight efter hitting a Home run. Go to the majors. His manager marked up lits 26th Victory last Connie Rvan former big leaguer night and is the Winn ingest hurl thinks Rene has the ability to do _. Ties one to Lupe Longoria in the in the Bottom of the sixth when fourth and the other to Marro Abilene scored the winning run Quin in the sixth on two errors a pair of stolen. A bases and a squeeze bunt play by 111 eth Alice Fred Martinez allowing Choate led the score on a hit batsman a a a. A i walk and Marroquinn a single it m m scoring Jerry Carroll who went to first after being struck by a pitched Ball. Tuesday nights defeat at the hands of Abilene was the first loss credited Marroquin this year in Pony league playoffs or regular season play in Alice. Abilene wins 3-2 Dallas schedules Coak Walker Day Dallas. Aug. To amp a Doak Walker will have his Day and it will be when he plays his last game in Elal As Cotton bowl. The Southern methodist great now ending his career with the Detroit Lions of professional football will be seen for the last time in Moleskin Here aug. 19 when Detroit plays the Philadelphia eagles in the Cotton bowl. Mayor r. L. Thornton will proclaim it Doak Walker Day in Dallas and at halftime Doaks friends will present him with gifts. His teammates at Southern methodist where he was three times All America and his coaches from Junior High school up to pro football will be present. Harlan Ray. Southern methodist sex student is chairman of the committee on arrangements. Ray said he expected More than 50,000 to turn out to see Walker play his final game Here. A we Are going to Tell him How fortunate we Are to have him As one of our citizens a Ray said. Walker is expected to come to Dallas aug. 18 and will be greeted by Thornton and other City dignitaries at the Airport. The mayor will give him the keys to the City. A amps Enro Ute to tournament Alice pipe St Supply the City a Lone state menus softball tournament entry this summer. Was Enro Ute to Wichita Falls today and Competition in the state Asa meet starting thursday. A amps will meet Bosticks cafe of la Marque at 8 30 p. In. Thursday in its first game. Jack Webb will probably be manager Joe Gleason a starting twirler. Other members of the a amps roster include Ronnie Copps Pitcher Aubrey flow ers Fred Standard Kenneth Muenning and Clinton Klare outfielders Basel Boatright first base Harold Meyer Catcher Richard Webb second base Phillip Gleason third base tyrus Hawkins shortstop and Joe White scorekeeper. The Asa tourney ends saturday night. Sinton tourney Sinton. Pm Brooke medical Center meets Midland and the Plymouth oilers play fort Here tonight in the state semipro baseball tournament. John Sanford allowed Only three hits last night As fort Bliss whipped Brooke 11-3. Billy Bethel. Pitching for Plymouth Down end Midland s oilers 3-0 with a nother three hit performance on the Mound. The tournament is a double Eli ruination affair. Or in the game today. The balding 28-year-old cd rotary club wins West Side Crown a two hit shutout pitching performance by Freddie Baker tuesday night enabled the rotary club to Blank the Lions club 8-y and capture the West Side Little league championship. The game concluded Little league activity this summer at Optimist Park. It was the rotarians second Victory Over the Lions in As Many nights to end the Best 2-of-3 series for the league Crown. Rotary won the first tilt 5-1 behind the three hit pitching of Tommy Gene Belt. Baker was the master tuesday night allowing single hits to Sammy Oates in the first inning and Jerry Steitle in the fourth. He struck out 12. Oates was the losing hurler striking out six and being tagged for two hits both in the second inning by Kilpatrick and Nan. Three errors Junior Gross Hurt the Lior line score team a Lions club Rota it club Oates and Chiles. I i e too 000�?0 2 3 020 iox�?3 2 i Parsons Baker and it. Too. The fight he started occurred Friday night. Rene was winning his 25th game. He slugged a Homer and As he rounded the bases he laughed at Pitcher Bill Zagwyn of port Arthur and pointed to the Fence where the horse hide had disappeared. Bagwell the Rev. A baseball at him. The portly cuban grabbed a Lingo Bat and started for Bagwell it caused a free for All and Bagwell and Ryan were thumbed out of the Park. Wins Lith straight in whipping Harlingen 10-1 Las night Vega gave up Only nine hits and easily Hung up his Lith straight Victory. He has lost Only two games and his .929 average should be tops for pitchers who i have appeared in As Many As 20 games. The sturdy right hander had i gotten nowhere in baseball until i this season and Rene credits the j efforts of Ryan in teaching him i the finer Points of pitching As the major contributor to his sue Cess a Connie is one great manager a says Vega. Quot he smartest Man i Ever played for. He know every j thin about Rene has two goals this season win 30 games and get a Chance w Ith a big league club i next siding. With Corpus Christi j having 27 games left to play Hel have just about enough chances to make it a the 30, that is Alice 2 a it ii e Schuman. Is 4 0 0 i Carroll la 0 i 0 0 Rau it 2 0 0 0 Marroquin p 3 0 i 0 Longoria of 3 i i 0 Mueller 2b 3 0 0 0 Garza 3b 3 0 0 i Aycock c 3 0 0 2 Belt of 3 0 0 0 totals 24 2 2 4 Abilene 3 a r ii e Schulle of 2 0 0 0 Williams la 3 0 0 0 Choate 3b 3 3 2 0 Armstrong p. Of 3 0 0 0 Martinez is 3 0 i i gainer of 3 0 0 0 Austin of 2 0 0 0 a a Evans p 0 0 0 0 Grant 2b 2 0 0 0 Wilson c i 0 0 0 totals 22 3 3 i a a replaced Austin in 6th and pitched final 2 innings. R ii e Alice too 101 0 -2 2 4 Abilene too too x -3 3 i winning Pitcher be ans loser a Marr Oquin. Stick outs by Evans 4 by Armstrong 8 by Marroquin 13 bases on balls off Evans 0 off armstid Ong 4 off Marroquin 2. Armstrong i. The Hall of Fame for great americans was established in 1900 on the Campus of new York University. Coyote drive in theatre Sec Grid tour Dallas up a sports writers and photographers will make their annual pre season tour of Southwest conference football training Camps. The schedule Arkansas sept. 3, thu sept. 5. Sum sept. 6, Baylor sept. 7. Texas sept. 8. A amp a sept. 9 and Rice sept. To. 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