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Atchison Globe, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1954, Atchison, Kansas Tribe dumps yanks twice to nearly Nail 54 Flag by Joe Keichler associated press sports writer it be ridiculous to accuse the five tune world Champion new York Yankees of choking it must be Gratifying to the ions suffering Cleveland faithful however today to Check Back Dur ing the past few Days and discover that it was the proud Yankees and not the maligned indians who lost seven of their last 10 clutch games. And in the same period the indians lost Only two out of 10 to pick up five big games on the weary world champions. If Ever there had been any doubts about Cleveland s intestinal fortitude the american league leaders dispelled them yesterday with a glorious double Triumph Over new York that All but ended the Long Yankee dynasty. The 4-1 and 3-2 victories before spectators the largest crowd Ever to watch a baseball game stretched Cleveland s first place margin Over the Yankees to lengths. That is almost an insurmountable hurdle for Casey Sten gel s Crew. With Only 10 games left the indians can Clinch their first Flag since 1948 by merely winning three even if the Yankees win All their remaining 11, All was not Rosy for the Cleve land s springtime sparring part ners the new York giants How Ever. Continuing she Lack Lustre play that has marked their recent performances the giants were beaten 4-3 by St. Louis and had their National league Lead sliced to three games when the rebound ing Brooklyn dodgers came through with a 4-2 and 1-3 double header sweep Over the Chicago cubs. Milwaukee s braves still in the running despite two recent losses to the dodgers Drew to within 4m games of the top by earning a split with the Phillies in Philadel phia. Lew Burlette out pitched Robin Roberts for a 2-1 braves Victory after the Phillies had snapped War Ren Spahn s 11-game Victory string 5-2. Cincinnati s Redlegs climbed into fourth place drubbing the Pittsburgh pirates twice 115 and 13-2 As Ted Kluszewski drove in nine runs and smashed homers nos 47 and 48. The Chicago while sox paced by Nellie Fox and Minnie Minoso vanquished the Boston red sox twice 5-3 and 7-5 to reach and pass the 90 Victory Mark for the first time since 1920. Detroit trounced Washington twice 5-0 and 8-3 to sweep past Boston into fourth place Steve Gromek registered his 17th Victory with a six hit shutout and Sorc armed Ted Gray won his first game since May 12. The Battle for last place in the league resulted a stale mate As basement tied Baltimore and Philadelphia divided a pair. The orioles won the opener 4-3. Scoring All their runs in the seventh for Bob Turley s 12th win. The athletics took the second 5-4, final class a league batting avg. Name team h Brown merchants 2 c. Page airways 3 Levin s 8 Montemayer Park. Bill _ Isaacs Lam highlighters 9 Hulbig. Cab Levin s 14 Hiner Herbert Lam head lighters 3 Krc tuner j. Lam 8 Peterson merchants 2 Riley f. Page airways 1 Anthony. F Lam Steeles 1 Bruce Dale Lux a 11 Ehret. Dub Lux a 5 Allen Orlo Steeles 5 Andres. D Levin s 9 a Alcson. E. I Lux a 7 Kelly Guy Lam a Peclers _______________8 Kelly Steeles 9 Hahn. -------7 or d. Pase airways -----------------------3 Gonzales. Schwa Rmer. Ted Gonzales merchants 1 Hegarty 1 Keling h head lighters 1 Scarlett. De Lux a -----.8 Gonzales. Joe airways Ramirez Page airways Frakes. Connle head lighters 6 Gonzales. Paul pase airways -----------------------5 Bartlelt Kuckelman merchants -------------------------5 Downing c. St Celere --------._. 0 Pitti Gene Levin s.-------2 Keling Sam Lam head lighters -----------------2 Wmk Levin s.-------.8 Nass John Levin s .-----------------7 Arensberg. Dick Lam head lighters -----.7 boat night. Neil head ghyers 1 Frakes head lighters 1 Thompson merchants -------1 Gasper merchants _ 1 Estes h. Page airways -----5 Downing. R. Lam Steelers-----------------------1 Miller Art Lux a Ysquierdo. A. Martin. J Page airways 6 Lux a ______________________5 St. Joe evens playoff series St. Joseph to Joseph and Muskogee even up at two games each will determine to night which team will go into the offs against Blackwell. The saints beat Muskogee 10-7 yesterday with Relief Pitcher red Lawrence banging a double and 3 run Homer in three times up to furnish the winning margin. Billy Bullock got four singles in five trips and drove in two St Joseph runs. St Joseph Defeated the giants 5-2 saturday. Blackwell walloped Topeka 12-2 saturday to Lake their Section of the preliminary playoffs in three straight Grimes. Topeka had won the season Pennant. Blackwell will meet the Winner of tonight s St. Josoph Muskogee lilt in a Best of seven series for the playoff title. Downing. Or m Lam Steele is Thum. J j. Page airways------------------------3 Shephard merchants Haney merchants 4 Babcock merchants ----------------------------4 Rodrieuez Sal Lima --------------------------------5 Downing. Go. Lam Steeles ------------------------4 Dudley we. steelers_______________3 Little Jack _ Lam head lighters 3 Cameron John Lam head lighters 5 Biff Ger. Bill Levin s4 Stacie. Bill Lam head lighters ____________5 ply e g Page airways -----------------------4 Page airways ------------------------1 Duke Edwin Turner Lam Steeles ________________1 merchants ________.__________3 Keling Bonnie head lighter ------------------3 Blake __________.mercliants__________________1 airways -----------------------3 clan ton. Cirl Lam Steelers.------------------3 Tharp Warren Lux a ----------------------------------2 loft skip Levins .-----------------2 Wolters. Phil Levins 2 Frakes. Joe Lam had lighters ------------------2 Atikah __________merchants.-----------------2 Johnstone. Page Ai Vajs -----------------------2 Elllis. Bob Levins _.------------------------2 Demmon merchants. 2 i. Win. Levins ------------------------2 Dunster. Bob Page airways _ 3 Nickels Carl Lam Steeles i Smith Leroy Lux a ----------------------------------3 Taylor. Jim Lux a --------------------------------2 Van Hurst Levins 2 Macomber. Jim airways 1 Smith. Wayne Lux a 1 Kanz. De Lam head lighters 1 Downing k. Lam Steeles 1 Burton. Harry Lam Steeles ________________0 flail Page airways 0 Parks. Pat --------------------------------0 Tschorn. Bud merchants ---------------------------0 _________.merchants__________________0 merchants _.______._________0 Shrader _____merchants----------------------.0 Shafer 0 we Etc. Leonard Lam Meadlightcrs-------------------0 Lynch Knight a 3 1 13 23 36 8 24 6 3 3 33 16 17 31 25 29 34 27 12 16 4 4 31 17 13 26 22 22 22 27 9 a 37 33 33 5 5 5 s 25 5 5 31 27 28 17 17 24 24 30 25 19 19 32 27 34 28 7 7 23 23 a 24 24 18 37 17 17 3 a 19 13 20 30 11 31 22 25 15 17 17 18 4 4 5 13 i 3 3 avg. .666 .428 .421 .381 .388 .375 .333 .333 .333 .333 .333 .312 .204 .200 .280 .275 264 .259 .250 .250 .250 .250 .250 .250 -i35 .235 230 230 .277 .222 .222 .222 .216 .212 .212 .200 .200 .200 200 2oo .200 .193 .185 .178 .176 .176 .1s6 .166 .160 .157 .157 .156 .154 .147 .143 .142 .142 13o .130 .125 .125 .125 .125 .117 .117 .117 .111 .111 .105 .100 .100 .099 .097 .091 obo .067 .05h .059 .042 .000 .000 000 000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 City collection of news paragraphs and advertisements miss Victoria Pucka bookkeeper to the Atchison Hospital returned to today after being off nine weeks with a fractured Arm. Visit our boys dept. Between the Banks braves refuse to give up Philadelphia it tune is running out on the Milwaukee braves but from manager Charley Grimm Down to the Bat boy the National league s infant member still believes the 1954 world series will be a Battle of indians. We can t Stop says Grimm. This team has come a Long Way. They re not dejected they re not out. As Long As we have games to play we re still very much in the Back with a 223 total. Betsy earlier had won the Tampa open Nadaf our Ball eve Atwith open and a four Ball event with Betty Mackinnon of Savannah jag. J the Wichita open starts thurs Day. Jeanie Dobbin of St. Louis took Amateur honors by defeating mrs. Clyde Webb of Centralia 111., on the first Hole of a playoff after both finished the regulation Dis Tance with 242s. Three persons injured in Auto Accident on Highway i South of St. Joe last night were an 59 informed that the magic mini brought to the Atchison Hospital her insofar As the braves Are con ror treatment. Robert Liggett 28, ceded. Is now 10 any Combina Tion of 10 new York giants Vic tories or braves defeats would eliminate Milwaukee Grimm said we re playing this game with bats balls and gloves not slide but despite Grimm s optimism the braves Are in a Lough spot. They can t afford to lose games like the first one of yesterday s doubleheader to the Philadelphia Phillies. There was a Chance for Milwaukee to pick up some real round and they flubbed it. The giants lost to St. Louis so had the braves been Able to add the first game against the phils to their Nightcap Victory they d be 3 " games Ott the Pace today instead of the phils look the opener 5-2, the braves the second game 2-1. Rawls wins St. Louis St. Louis it Betsy Rawls smooth swinging Golf pro from Spartanburg s. C., Heads for the Wichita open this week with her third tournament Victory under her Belt. The 26-year-old Betsy firing the Best 54-Hole tournament score in her career chopped 17 strokes off Par to walk away with the St. Louis women s open with a 211 total. Miss Rawls who held the Lead throughout the tourney came through with a final five under Par 71 yesterday to match her earlier 73 and torrid 67 to win the s700 first prize. Her nearest rival Beverly Han son of Indio calif., was 12 strokes of i s ii i Cost e St 5 Gallons Gas free each week to the person catching the biggest Catfish plus a Glass casting Rod Given free for the Catfish caught each month. Rules 1. Fish must be Cancho on pole to line. 2. Fish must be weighed at our station. .1. Contest ends each sat. Nite at 4. No Purchase required. Tate Oil co Omaha jct. Phon f last Hicks 4 lbs. Oz., Lake Chicken blood 904 Kansas Driver of the car which crashed into the railing of a viaduct received a Scalp laceration and was released fron1 the Hospital after treatment. Mrs. Bon Nie Liggett 28, 904 Kansas his wife received forehead and Scalp lacerations and possible Skull Frac Ture. Carl Liggett sr., 56, St. Joe father of the Driver of the car received injuries to his left knee pallbearers for the funeral of mrs. Wiley h. Dittemore 81, held this afternoon from the Stanlon Chapel were Louis a. Denton Jack l. Dittmore George John son jr., Robert h. Johnson James Marr and Lafe Williams. Burial was in it. Olive cemetery at Troy. The services were con ducted by the Rev. William twombly of fanning. Beautiful new fall woolens. Banks fabric shop. B tub associated j hubs Nuli Ouirl Lenin pfc t l. Pet. New York is 5j .024 Brooklyn 86 57 .601 3 Milwaukee s3 37 .393 tvs Cincinnati c9 73 .486 19h Philadelphia 68 St. Louis 65 73 .482 70 .461 20 Chicago 59 85 .410 30h Pittsburgh r9 93 .345 39v in inca Milwaukee at Philadelphia n St. Louis at new York. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh n Only games scheduled. A Utility m Jyrki Ilert born Lyn 4-1, Chicago 2-3 Sec Ond Janie 1-1 innings St. 4, new York 3 Philadelphia 5-1. Milwaukee 2-2 Cincinnati 11-12, Pittsburgh 3-2 american la w Cleveland 104 new York 95 i Hicaro 91 Detroit .c4 Boston 63 Washington 61 Baltimore 4 Philadelphia is no cames scheduled mini no x Cleveland t-3. New York 1-2 Detroit 5-s, arts Hington Rhi Carro 5-7. Boston 3-3 Baltimore 4-1. Pet. .644 628 .448 .444 .427 333 333 ill 40 42% 1iivoii 1. Etc be . It the associated i Iskos Millay s rent Ltd Toledo 7. Charleston 5 of Lumhoo 4, Louisville 2 Minneapolis 3, Kansas Chi 0 St. Paul 5, Indianapolis 4 Western Len Cuc Denver a Pueblo 4 Colorado Springs a Wichita a Lincoln 4. Omaha 1 Des Sioux City 1 t layoffs fort Worth 2. Shreveport fort Worth wins Best of Semi Inal series 4-1 Houston 9. Oklahoma City. Houston win Best of a so Minai series 1-1 Southern Anno Catlon plan Yolk Memphis 4. Atlanta 3 Atlanta cads Bost-of-7 series u new Orleans 1" Birmingham Orleans leads Best-of-7 Semi Inal series sooner open in to game Kansas City in master of big seven conference football for years opens another bid for National honors in a nation ally televised game with California at Berkeley saturday. Four other big seven members also will make their season starts saturday with the University of Kansas sharing interest at least on a regional basis with coach Bud Wilkinson s mighty sooner. Kansas which finished with a 2-8 record last season and is play no its first Campaign under the coaching of Chuck Mather will meet Texas Christian University at Lawrence. In other games involving big seven schools Kansas state will Host to Colorado at Man Hattan Colorado u. Plays Drake at Boulder colo., and Iowa state has South Dakota state at Ames Lova. Missouri and Nebraska open schedules sept. 25. While Oklahoma will need rapid development of sophomores to make a big splash nationally the sooner appear to have a sufficient number of outstanding experienced hands to Battle with the Best of them. Seniors Max Boydston and Carl Allison will Anchor what is expected to be a formidable line in the California game. Quarterback gone Calame halfback buddy Leake and Bob Herndon and full Back Bob Burris give the sooner a seasoned starting Backfield. Kansas state Haj a Bone to pick with Colorado a state which enjoyed its Best Sason g-3-1 in a decade last year was nipped in its second 1953 game 14-13, by the Rocky Mountain team considerable interest also will be focused on Ames where state will be playing its first game tinder the coaching of vice i Francesca. It will be the firs showing of Iowa state s new re building program. All of the squads except okla homa scrimmage under game conditions last saturday. Most of the coaches said they were pleased with their squad s Progress Al though Bill Meek of Kansas state was t too Happy and Chuck Mather commented his Kansas backs did t run hard enough halfback Carroll Hardy of Colo Rado a key Man in coach dal Jward s plans scampered for four touchdowns As the regulars beat the reserves g7-0. Iowa state Wal loped its reserves 64-0, and Kan Sas no. 1 team beat its lower units 330. Willie Greenlaw a Sophomore stood nut at Nebraska where the second team beat the regulars 1s-12. Missouri Cut its squad in half the upper crust beating the lower units 45-0. A Block in Raven Wall is Ron Krupp 21-year-old St. Benedict s College senior from Chicago who will see lots of action in Gridiron play this fall. Krupp stands 6-2 and weighs 195 pounds he is a tackle. Raven debut saturday Grid Star quits pros Mcpherson Smith i former Mcpherson Grid Star is coach Ivan Scholley sent his St. Jack Iri school in Kansas after having had a Stab at pro football. Smith graduated from Mcpher son College last Spring has enrolled at the University of Wichita for Post graduate work in physical Benedict s College football squad through a Tough workout under the lights at Earhart Field saturday night. The Raven Grid sters worked for two hours before a Good turnout education. Of the football faithful there i Smith was with the Detroit Lions was plenty of ragged play during the Intra squad Battle which was to be expected. However the play of the Ravens improved As the practice session wore on during the evening. The Large Atay of backs seemed to please the fans and some sparkling offensive football looms from the Raven club the line under coach Frank 0 at the time of the All Star game in Chicago aug. 13 but did not see action in that contest. He got into the lineup the following week when the Lions Defeated the Phila Delphia eagles 17-14 in a Charity game. A week later he was transferred to the Hamilton Ontario team with instructions to report Back to the Lions next fall. Smith was with Hamilton about Malley who joined the Raven Grid two weeks before he was released staff this fall appears to be round ing into shape and should be ready for the Raven opener against northeastern Oklahoma at Tahle Quah on saturday. Cars Dirven by Edwin Dean Pep per it Weston and Clyde Kas ten 42, 604 North third collided at fourth and commercial sat i urday. According to a report at airman first class and mrs j the police station. Nether vehicle Robert Clark and sons. Stephen was drivable after the Accident and Michael Vacaville calif., Are j Pepper was treated at the atch Ison Hospital for a Cut on the right Side of his forehead and released. He was charged at the police Sta Tion with inc Kluss driving and re visiting her parents or. And mrs. Glen Gillaspie 1215 South third airman Clark is stationed at trav base where he is electrician. Is air Force an air Lance Atchison daily Globe. Monday. September 13. 1954 Rocky heavy favorite by Murray Rose new York up plenty of backing for heavyweight Champion Rocky Marciano has sent the Odds soaring to 4-1 and better for his return title bout with Ezzard Charles at Yankee stadium for a Long time the Odds fax Oring Marciano held at 8-5. With the approach of the return bout the support for the 30-year-old, All n quering Champion has in creased considerably. Most of the wagering is on whether 33 year old Charles will be Able to go the full 15 rounds As he did on june 17th. Rocky is a 12-5 Choice to Stop Ezzy this time. The Broad shouldered Charles will be the first sex Champion to get three cracks at regaining the heavyweight Crown. Jim Corbett got two tries and failed both times. Charles too lost Jer sey Joe Walcott and Marciano. Charles who has stopped 53 of 98 opponents May try for a Knock out himself. And the Champ who has won 40 of his 46 fights by wants badly to Knock his Man out this time. There will be no Home television of the show it will be Tele cast Over a closed circuit to Heaters coast to coast but new York City and new England will be blacked out. Lbs will air a radio account coast to coast. The big week in boxing gets of to a. Tonight at Brook Lyn s Eastern Parkway Arena where undefeated Frankie 13-0 of new York takes on Ralph Dupas 19-year-old contender from i new Orleans in an eight Rounder j although he s the no. 3 Light weight contender has fought tens elsewhere and has a 49-5-4 record Dupas can Only fight eight rounds in new York until he s 20. Abc will telecast the bout Start ing at 8 p. M., Cost. The other monday night network fight Dumont to 8 p. M., i Cost matches middleweight Bob by Jones of Oakland calif., and Jimmy Martinez of Glendale j ariz., in a 10-Rounder. Middleweight also Are featured on the Friday night radio to Abc 8 p. M., Cost show which will i come out of Washington s new Capitol Arena this week. Two hard hitters Walter Cartier of new York and Willie Troy of Washington Are matched for 10 rounds or less and the emphasis in this Case is on the less. William Chambers 59, 111 East Atchison Street was arrested in the 100 blk South third saturday j and charged with driving while under the influence of intoxicating i liquor and with not having a drive i or s License. He was later release i de under Cash Bond. Nothing else like it in Kansas in full 1 years old full 90 proof Mellow As a Bourbon smooth As a blend leased under Bond. Mob Roseon a the very Best Melrose deluxe siraightwhisky.90 proof.7years distillers inc a t. Homebody pretty Jeanne cram popular movie Star a been chosen miss National Home week by the National association of Home builders in Washington d. She will preside Over the nationwide Celebration from sept 19-20. Jeanne was chosen on the basis of her homemaking talents. Arrived direct from Holland tulips hyacinths Narcissus Cro Cus bulbs. Plant now1 Carl Man seed store 725 com mar Cial. Miss Beverly Blohm and miss Katy Nichols freshmen students at Northwest Missouri state col lege at Maryville mo., spent the weekend Here with their parents. Cindy Lou seven weeks old daughter of Cape. And mrs. Leroy pc Dyrsen of the salvation army died at 6 o clock yesterday even ing at the University of Kansas medical Center Kansas City kas., where she was taken two weeks ago after some time in the mis Souri methodist Hospital at St. Joe due to a heart ailment. She underwent surgery saturday morning. She was born at the at Chison Hospital july 5. Funeral services will be held at the Sawin Dyer Chapel at . Tomorrow col. Glenn Ryan of St. Louis in charge of the Midland area of the salvation army officiating. The body will be sent by rail to Chi Cago where graveside services will be held at Glen Oak Ceme Tery in the salvation army plot. 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