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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 4, 1954, Bluefield, West Virginia PAGE SIX- BLUEF1ELD DAILY TELEGRAPH. BLUEFIELD, W. VA. Wetlntiday Morning, August 4, 1954 New York Yankees Slice Indians' ÂL Lead To IV2 Games With 2-1 Victory Johnson City Cards Hang 4-1 WWlty Ford Defeat On Bottling SfueFi'efcfI ToSSeS 4-Hitter Virginia Golfers Win Team Match From WVA Rivals In Seniors Tourney As Twins Edge Phillies 4-3 I    ^eir West Virginia rivals today onlv four hits tonisht « the New Vlrfliiu'sSioii MI A??n‘t™?’ SiSS^SSeV^’uSSi'«"“omes returned from the! *-»r yesrj. York Yankee«, in a 2-1 victory, nament here    Tour-some*, entered nhe lS-bo.e match ¡course, but later returns gave Vir- West Vi r WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. W. Va., Aug. 3 Jft—’Virginia golfers again won a team match from w^1*’ tht ir 12th 8ince    Lbe iirat 18 koles medal, golfers 50 years old or over, were) 1947 through 1950 Virginia won n the aeries began.    Play    ^^ ^anjresterday and started in 192T and have been held! 1951. last year and again today *n 3. aul be resumed tomorrow. West ...    ,    ..    The    golfers    take    a rpsnft* Virginia held the lead as the first' continuously sine* except for the their gamf tonaht at an annSS Led by team captains R Richardson of Charleston and E Johnson City's Cardinals scored single runs in the first and League lead*to a^aame antnahalP’ —‘^ VLrglnlanj checked in with •ecpnd tamngs. one on an error and the other on i wild pitch, andl catcher Yogi BeTra poked play. Virginia captured the team PafpfntT« «    gi2;a    a    convincing    victory.    I    match    championship    in    the first *ere based on scores The association tournaments. fori four years after play resumed. added two insurance tallies in the seventh to defeat the Bluefield in,,.«» i! u .r poked a ^    .    . ItS’^ «« »    Trucks    Wage Close Eamed-Run-Average Battle to Parke and a double to Briggs which moved Psrke to third in the first frame. Dick Stanton grounded to Mahoney who made a bad throw home allowing Psrke to score. In the second. Davis singled, moved to third on a single by Cardinal starting hurler Ed John-con, and was wild pitched home Toledo Shades Senators 6 To 5 largest of the season here, saw Cleveland take a 1-4) lead in the first inning when Larry Doby slammed out hi* 23rd homer of the season. The New Yorkers gained seven With Antonelli Leading, Simmons Runner-Up In National 2Jfrr f,te235 earned run average. Trucks, banquet when officers will be elected. William R. Howard of Norfolk is current association president. with H S. Hotchkiss of Richmond and Forrest McNeill of Clarksburg, vice presidents. Medal play in the five age-group classes resumes tomorrow Leaders after 18 holes yesterdav-! interrupted for today's team match—were: hits off three Cleveland hurlers— righthanders Ned Garver of the meanwhile honcu is Detroit Tiffpr« anH vir®ti    mcanwmie,    DO&sts    15    victories D. C. Schonthal of Huntington -    ....... .    Class A, 40-42-82; McNeill, aJS Ctarver, who had a knee opera-    has completed 14 games and    has    B,    37-39—76;    George S.    Herschn-*" Art Houtteman oeing charged'with Detroit Tigers and Virgil Trucks “*c“‘,wunr- o^us jo    victories as    tlon last winter, has allowed 42    the most shutouts in the league.    Charleston,    Class C,    36-3G--72* the loss.    of the Chicago Wnite Sox are wag- against five setbacks, but trails earned runs in 161 innings the 28- fiv^ He also has *on 11 «traight Norman B. Frost of Washington’ Southpaw Don Mossi left after in* a close battle for American Garver with a 2.36 ERA according year-old hurler in his seventh games'    ir r^LaSf    and    K The he retired two Yankee batter* with League earned runs supremacy, to figures compiled bv the Asso- season has pitched ten comDlete Another leftliander, Curt Sim-    Huntington. Class E, th. k.„.    ..    in..    carver,    despite    an 8-7 record. Ciated Press    ga3’ “luding two ihutouW nion*s oi the Philadelphia Phils, 35-3a-70. ranks as the leader todav with a Monday's Am«    * teclude «    ■J,    ~    w runnerup with a 2.61    ERA. fol- --------------   _    Monday* games.    Big    Mike    Garcia    of the Cleve- lowed by teammate Robin Roberts Johnny Antonelli of the New ^d Indians    holds    downi third place    at 2.63. Simmons has    yielded 49! York Giants,    aiming for pitching's    Wlth » -4# ERA. Then comes    earned runs in 169 innings    and triple crown,    has the    lowest ERA    Washington's Bob Porterfield at    Roberts 64 in 219 Nas?n&1 League. 2.23. Th« 2-50 and Steve Gromek of Detroit A pjir of Milwaukee moundsmen. t«™ *ouJhPiw ha* won the most at -59.    Gene Connley and Lew    Burdette, games m the majors. 16, and has Antonelli    has    permitted    45    round out the top five.    Conley, a best won-lost percentage. .889. earned runs    in 182 innings.    The    towering rookie, has a    2.94 mark ne na6 lost only two games. 24-year-old former bonus player,and Burdette’s ERA is 3.04 CHARLESTON, Aug. J 6ft ___(__________________________, The Red Birds tallied twice In Toledo Sox. piling up three    runs    the bases    loaded *Tn" the "first the seventh when relief hurler in lhe second Inning, shaded    their    ning. Bob Marten issued consecutive rival Charleston Senators here to-    It was    Houtteman s    sixth    laws walks to Greene and Germane, night, 6-5.    against    10    wins.    Rav    Narleski    re    41/ i as i ■ ai , Green moved to second on a Charleston starter Dick Fowler Weved him in the eighth.    VYeSl6m    Mdf\ dll(l Net passed ball and took third on an walked George Crow to open the Pord- who had won only one    7*uiiu ixci error-    second. Jack Daniels lined a single    game irom Indian* In five rt- Marten then    balked, allowing    to right, and the fireworks started    tem!>ls' i,as *n 11-6 record. He Greene to .score and Germano to Toled»    »3«    210    000—6 9 *»    st™ck oul six    Hnd walked four, take second. He    was sacrificed to;    back in the third but Toledo forged    ,    * Indians’ best scoring chance    .    _    _ third and a long fly bv Parke    back in the fourth and fifth at the    «****. the flrnt inning was in the    (lOinG    In    TnnAppHpH scored him.    expense of Ross Grim.sley. who,    f0.uJ‘*lht wh€n th«y loaded the bsses    'JUIIIg    IU    I Up    JCcUcll Tlie Blue Grays pecked away I relieved Fowler.    .    two    on ft single by Vic at both Johnson and reliefer Toledo Qio 2io turn m    Wertx and two walks.    But    Ford MOUNT AIN LAKE PARK. Md .Speas ail evening, but couldn't rharfo'iton    ooi in ooi 5 is 1    ^    ,    ^e*an and then    3 F—Ra:n    delayed but failed find theTr usually potent scoring    Ti , Drl_,    ~!    ;    ,    on,y_    one man to reach to postpone opening of the 33rd nnnoVi onH that' lssft 11 runtsnv*    lilif.i, rr Meet Opens With Byes SWANK JEWELRY Speio"«l Photo Men»* Buxton Purses Engraving Free While You WoJt THE JEWEL BOX single. Hobarge was charged with the low,, his second against one victory. The two clubs clash at Bowen Field again tonight with game time at 7:45. JOHNSON (11V BLlt.tit.LD M D g d 2b i Csrey, 3b ) Rirruto.ni 3 bSî'ftrr 1 Miras,** o «Robtnion l Col’m'n,»» o Ford, o 2 it laruua >r Don Ess^r t lì'?*.4. .0lit f0f s'towron 3rd threat in most any goTf ;c~rii«d“'o ,t 'for b*u”‘*-n10; *ti1 Close To Unbeatable With Mom in Gallery INDIANAPOLIS 6ft- S fPhUley 2 Htftn. «    « 1 Moisi, p o 0 Ho't’m’n p 2 1 dVt*j»*ki 1 0 N*ri«ski.p 0 0 11 Total* so n n f. ,, m    «V    tu intjov »iij xvii *—r .ten o h ror Baue- 'n "’tli itì It    ì    i    ì    \    Ì    Ornament    he    enters When his a founded ou- for Houttaau « I i « ì    î    S    Î    !    I    mo«»w    u    in    till    lallery he’, «lo.» l    S    fS ,r .    ..    Don    EssI as a h o a    ,%n    mot 15. is a Chavis, U Park*, e Brit**, cf    ............ ......    ,    -    . SUivton.Jb *0654 Bryan, lb 310111 U> Unbeatable. VIns*r*. lb 4 0 ! • 0 Sprrr, cf    * 0 9 3 0    —    .TO    ,__.    Yark Davi* rf    4 12 10 Orhr ». rf 4 0 13 1    1 ^e 128 pound    5-fOOt-9 splinter ilavaland or*rnt. »* 110 3 2 vr o\ is o 2 i i shot an ordinary (tor him) 77 in fir-m»n " ' ‘ ‘ Johnson fpra « lo •th. 1th. Forty-three players from West , 0 Virginia. Pennsylvania. New York, o o Maryland and the District of Co ^ Jjlumbia, are entered, o oi. Weather permitting, finals will be Friday. Doyle Royal, top seeded in mens singles, drew an opening round bye. as did Keiles. Lawrence Mid-dlecamp, Cumberland, third seeded, and Griff Baugher, Baltimore fourth ranked. Other first round ?££X5ii!£:;ibyes wenl 10 Robert <Red> Brown. | director of auhleUcs at West Virginia University. Eddie Alcorn of Pittsburgh, John Myers of Wash-ijington and Bond Weber. — First seeded Mrs. Mamie Di-_ _ I ---- ..........  I.    ^    |C0 of Forest Hills. N. Y„ and johiMon imv    .1«    mih, —*    Mra E-ssig made it for the af-    ho'-mo.i0UlH^ufm.-TTln1 i    Sa!iah ¥°9re of w«bington. sec- niurf.fiii    '»m    (mw wMM-i    ternoon round, and young Don    N*rt*«k.    \ in 2    r-er Fora'1-1 Mos'i    ond rank,pd )b women s singles, al- 1 Mahonw    »union    w*. ¡1 Brits»,    lplit the fairways at Pleasantw >or<i    so drew byes. On»™*, spvar* RBi Vf -ovi, Park*, ib Run for a 67 to take the medal stevens liapp ^visk * t*3-«y ~a*06o*43'    Men’s    Singles HFVipVrkv DPhM*hon*Hy °«ldl    ,rom    mo:<* experienced    »    -    <    a    „0,543    David    Gibson.    Salem.    W. Va.. de- spe*i. _ar Park*, oi    golfers.    CHISOX «. BOSTON 2 Seated John Cefaratty. Uniontown. CHICAGO, Aug. 3 f —'The Clii- Pa - 6*3- Don was runnerup last year In lonv. Bryan. Johnson. Stanton; Stanton. Germano. Vingfrx. LOB -Johnson City Bluefield 11. WP—Robarge Ba.k Marini    30 .lolinnon I Robarge    ,V'“^ ? spr»» BB Johnson i. Robarge î usually dominated by 19 and 20-speax 2 Marte:. 3 HO Johnion « in 5 year-olds. Tlli* year. With    his tfle Indiana Junior, tourney cago White Sox and lefthander John Elsey. Clarksburg. W. Va.. Jack Harshnian again mastered deIpated Kenneth Thompson. Wash- ----,    . w    ............-    ...»    the Boston Red Sox    defcarina ington. 9-7, 5-7, 6-2. ittWf * ff 3 V Johnson r~ ^.lnd lfaPtng ahead to; the Public them 6-2. for Chicago’s 12th victory! John Dorsey, defeated Fred Wag-nob*r*e u- Sosnak and s:mon t :o5    Links tourney at Dallas,    and    over Boston In 16    games    ner    HL    Baltimore,    6-1.    6-1. a <75    without Mom In the gallery, he Harshman. who struck ’ out 16 John Lynch. Salem, W. Va., de- WELCH 15 WYTHEVILLE 4    the    third round.    Red Sox    at Boston two weeks    ago 1    Seated John Brown. Germania. Pa., Tlie Welch' Min^V shelled three The dav he was beaten he    hur-    held the    Bostonians to five    hits    12-10' 7'5- ... !}    ,,,    1 I 4*k t!»iiulried home Troni Lafayette.    60    tonight.    William Hannig Jr Wheeling Wytheville hurlers with an 18^it    miles away, shot nine in    34 at    boston    (hicago    W.    Va    defeated    John    Bwsett’ ba.iage to clobber the Statesmen Willowbrook. his home course.    *n    n    n    *      va    -    aeieaiea    jonn Bassett. 15-4 in the first contest of a tw’o-ijust for practice, and when it got game series at Welch last night, dark for golf he    *    * Wythe ville’« starting pitcher clothes and went sw Maxwell was knocked <\t of the In the Public Links. Essig shot a »oiim box in the second frame after he    3 over par 74 to beat    Stephen    2°,1 was tagged for seven    hits    and    Rowley. Shreveport. La.,    1 up. in    btim"?dt    i seven runs. Snyeders came on and .the first round. He lost    in the    Hauon.sb    i put out the fire but only after the    second lound to Wallace    ftmith.i    ■*?????&**    ? sixth run in the inning had scored. ¡Royal Oak. Mich., 3 and 2. Icvniber’ i Snyders pitched fairly    good    ball,    j His father. Don Essig    Sr., a    c 'v>fr p allowing only one other    run,    until    general auditor shoots in    the 90s. 0 P M;ch'is,3iV 3 1 î Lollar,c 4 I 0 Om:h f f i * 0 H'shm’n.p 4 10 3 1 0    3 n o o o o o defeat-... Va.. ; 6-1. 9-7. n Robert (Red» Brown. Morgan-® town. W. Va.. defeated Bond Weber, Charleston, W. Va., 6-2 7-5. Women'* Singles Miss Mimi Ford, Huntington T.»*i*'s.» » u t.ui, 3I « v ,0    “UIU    roiQ-    «unungton. W the eighth stanza. Then the Miners I Practice and close attention to ^•Orow0edomte%?e*eut tor Bo n« m nig ’ Wheeling ^"va^^SS111 Han blew up in his face as they pound- detail made Don a scratch golfer e ™    ,    Ba‘“nf In ed out thry of their four doubles in the early teens. He started at    0Jt    for..8u!;Lv*D_lB    Md “debated rirRf niiiihl! for the evening and a triple by a*«* of 5 at Louisiana. Mo.      m    m xiZi S'tiZ A u Griff Baugher Connolly for six big run* and a with special clubs cut down byit%,e“** _ •    ;....... too    «a »»,_* oamrnoie. b-i. b-2. complete damper on the States- hia uncle.    c*r»'*squfi    a. fox 2. men.    Tournament    competition started RBi--Mino.o T.«n«r u'v.t,m ' » r.V.j”*.- *• _ (w.cnaei*. a,    Doing    No Better ^eP^- ^ Opponent; Harihman 7, Sullivan 2. Clev»ng*r 1. HO-äÜ»‘no m, * Inning*. Clavenger 1 in J. R-EW Sullivan 5-3, Clvvengvr 1-1. HBP— Tony Funari, Welch starter with the Indianapolis Junior at 11. gave up eight hits but was saved He was No. 1 man on the Short-by his mates' tremendous power ;rldRe High    as    a freshman at the plate. Funari was credited and &gain last y€ar as a aupho-with the win although he tired    in    more- Shortridge finished    second the eighth and was relieved    In    by one shot ln the stat*    tourna- the ninth by Nensoni rookie Welch uient both years.    ... — —. —....... tosser.    Most    of his instruction has come    s7mv«,ng*r (7 Tm*'‘ ^ ?4r*h»m*n, l8-6' Defensively Walrh nniun    nff    Irom Philip Snouffer, former pro ¿my. Hurley t-Ij 13 aSmi three double-’plavs to add to    u*    al the Ohio State University    course.!    MORGANTOWN.    Aug.    3    (.ft—West luster at the dish    course. •    ,    TIGERS 2. NATS 0    Virginia University, unable to find wtthevii i k wf.hh    Don    has caddied a little, but DETROIT, Aug. 3 MP) — Ray an opening-game football opponent Ram* 2bA*4*oH3<i 1 »rown 1 '* * H 0 * he’d ralhpr play. He threads long Boone broke his home run sinmn for ^P1- 25« ^ meeting with no DeMa'yo.lf.c 4 114 0 Connelly 3 1 7 3 » Hffnvr.3______        ..... Stanford 3b    1 ? ' 0 0    #    2 2*12    t011**3    competitor—especially when hitter    and    give    the    Detroit    Tigers    Mountaineer    officials    said today Rfister.cf    3oo:o    Redm'n*.«    so« 1    Mom    ^    ln    The    gallery.    a    2-0    vicimy    over    the    Washington    that    the    “laiwt”    schools    to turn ,If 4 ! 2 1 0 Wernar.cf 31100    "    “---'    **    J----------E    '----  *" C sr r l lb    *<*2110    Lueax. 2b    3 ] 1 3 1 Maivell, o    10 0 0 2    Petr’jk'y.c    4 0 More Queries Pending 4B r h o 4 he'd rather play. He threads long Boone broke his home run slump for ®ept- 25, is meeting with 1 >nnery tb 31 I ? i. ah»L* ri«ht d°W'n the middle. His today, hitting his first since July ^ore succe*s ^ searching - for rfner 3b 44333 putting is good, and he’s a mighty to back up Bill Hoeft’s five- Sept- ioe- tiSsüiiUiis&s ???:! Hambletonian Classic Curry c 1 0 0 0 0 Total* .14 4 II 74 U Total* 40 15 IS 77 1* WTlheTlll* Welch 101 ¡M not 76* 1M 04* I1.’ Postponed Because Of is ln the gallery.    „ 'Senators in the    majors only 'day    doWn requests for a    Sept. 18 meet game.    ing    were Maine.    Bucknell and Boone knocked in both runs as Connecticutt. the Tigers halted their three-game All three explained it was against losing streak. His force-out ground-    scho°I policies to open the football er scored Harvey Kuenn in the    seuson before Sept. 25. Meanwhile, first. Then he hit his 15th horn*    WVU dispatched wires to still other run off loser Chuck Stobbs in the    schools. sixth.    The    Mountaineers    were    left    with- Hoeft was razor sharp in win-    ou* a ^P1* 25 opener when Wash- ning his sixth game against 11    in8ton and Lee abruptly dropped GOSHEN.    N.    Y    .    Aug.    3    (if)    —    losses. He walked ohly one, fanned    football. School officials decided to Heavy rains    drenched    Good    Time    five and allowed only one hit in    try t0 hue up a Sept. 18 game Park    today    and caused    a    postpone-|the last six innings.    ¡when    they were unable to obtain a ment    of    the    grand    circuit    racing; washjngton^ ^ ^    Detroit  3ept. 25 opponent. as 16 3-year-old trotters awaited the $106.830 Hambletonian classic scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. Clearing weather is forecast for tomorrow , but the management is keeping its fingers crossed because two of the last three Hambletoni- t '"ClJtarnaUt 2. Laca.v RBI Murgo, Oof- II    rv    i    •    |%    • s    r%Vr»ir8&:\Heavy, Drenching Rain mkay. 3B DfMayo, Ooffrado. Stanford, i    '    ° CisttrncHig    Rpdmond, Lucis Petro*kev 31—CoBBblly. HR Murgo, S-?,,2*‘f;«7ur*r! SB »'finer. Sameli, Stanford. DP Snyder* Murgo and CUtern«IlL Luca», Brown; Redmond, Lucas and Brown Redmond. I.ucas and Connelly BOB— WythevlUe J. welch 7 WP-Maiwall. Fu-ft»n. 30-Snrderi S, Mistnhitmtr 2 Fu-?• a»T4er* 3. Funari 2 *HSUMtfW,M 1 ,n 1 J-3 Snyder* S ,n i 2-3 Mlaenhtemer 3 m I. Funari 8 in S. Nen-jon. 3 in l. W --Funari L—Uaxwe.; U — Carrier end Zuzzlo T-2:45. ^BRISTDL 4. ri LASKI I —BristruTain*    Aug    31ana have been carnfd over one iinipi()MfiJ!t!l.v i( H * seven-    day because    of rain    and    a    muddy game losing streak at the expense ttmck. 1 hfre tonight edging    Stenographer,    filly    owned    by Wa.bingtow Yoit. ,3b *4*    ?    o    1    Kuenn.    ?    3    * T * g r. 2b    4    0    3    1    Tuttle,    cf    4    I    1    0 Vernon, lb    4    2    13    0    Nleman.lf    4    0    3    0 Runne.a.t* 4    0    0    7.    BoU.in«, 3b    0    0    1    1 Busby, cf    3    0    7    0    Boone.    3b    4    I    1    2 »•Hr., J(    1    M    II    Dropo,    lb    3    1    g    0 ».m.    3    111 Kallne.    rf    3    1    1    0 c    3    0 1 0 Wilson,    c    ?    C    «    0 w 11 1’ 9    0    1    Bertoia.i’b    3    0    4    2 aVollmer    1    0 0 0 Ever*.    If    0    0    0    0 V6»“? ’    «00    Hoeft,    p    I    1    0    1 Y*»*la *1    tUU    Total* g»    in    7 a -Struck out for Stobbs in |th Washington g, Detroit 5 BB-Stohbs 3 Hoeft I SO—Stobb* 1. Hoeft 5. Hö-3tobb» 1 V*cu*t 0 In 1. R-ER Stobb* u «    Hoeft 0-0. HBP—By H°*f‘ LBu*by*t Balk—Stobb*. W Hoeft (•-Ui. L—Stobb* ii-7). U Soar, Runge 8ummer», Paparella. T—1:03. A-3,M2 regional tournament of Babe Babe Ruth Regional Slated To Open Today CLARKSBURG. Aug. 3 6ft—Front Royal. Va., faces Park Ridge- tho Phiilio« a *    7-mT^m    owuu*r*puer, iiuy ownea oy n»*»miua ...    000 ooo aoo-o Orandell, N. J., and Massapequa, ralh’    ninth    inning    ¡Max Hempt of Camp Hill. Pa., is D,tr**4 ................ 10« «01 eo*—2 Long Island, goes against Phillips- Tlie Tw ill» hPiH » 7 1    expected to rule the 5-2 choice Rjtuenn. Boon*, e - Non*. RBI-Booneiburgi Pa - here tomorrow to launch «oins i, tl ihJ , n\ mar^in    "Pen they parade    postward    for *• ,2®.;Kufn"    HR: a°°»*    op    um®fu,u »      -    -    - ♦ svL 1 IftSt canto on the    ths fimt    Rt O    n m    ^^rnon-    Runnel, Tfrwilligftr and Ver- Strength Of Dick Kltnesmith’su«    1 V    P    * rv    S? V, B««ne. Bertoia and Dropo. brilliant southoawinp i^n Anvf thou*h only one filly. Regret, has  ----- * ------ -    — drew a walk to ooe^ ninth won the Kentucky Derby, nine but Klinesmith fanned WeKI missfs bave captured thus sulky and Kubes and it aDiieared tli event—the most recent being Heli-Twins had the gam? the bag    lait    year The Hambletoni- Tony Iammateo, batting for 5n is raced 00 tbe beat 2'oi'3 mlle Pitcher Dick Nissen, lifted Kline- heats smith s 2^8 pitch over the score- i board in deep left for a dramatic    i?- n *    r    j S artu3n3that de,dlocke<j h*    Jimmy tarter    favored .vEai.l,S,unim«r ‘o®11 ««r to, n    rl '    , S'b?t »i3 tanntd SSrjffiiOver Glen Flanagan In and got Jack Male on an infield m“nmThrratoh«uhuVtoS;cwlt™ 10-Round Bout Tonight; Lance on the foot with an inside Ruth baseball teams. The first game is set for 2 p.m and the second tor 6 p.m.. EST. Other games Thursday will send tomorrow’s two winners against each other at 6 p.m. and Clarksburg’s West Virginia titlists against A’S 6. ORIOLES 2    1 Frederick. Md., at 8 p.m. BALTIMORE. Aug. 3 (ft   The    w^nn*r    here    will    represent Philadelphia Athletics, capitalizing the «Ix-state region at the league’s on five Baltimore errors beat the world series opening Aug. 25 in Orioles 6-2 here tonight before ' Washington’s Griffith Stadium. The 10.134 fans.    : Babe Ruth league is for boys 13 A walk, two singles and three 10 15 years *«*• Baltimore bobbles gave the A's Arrangements were to be com-•our runs In the second inning Pleted tonight, at a meeting in Philadelphia baltimork    charge of regional commissioner Df M'trI.sg Boll'eg.lb 4 Pitch, and Shortstop Monty How-( CHICAGO, Aug. 3 IP — Jimmy| Beni“«* J aid booted Ed Rippili’s grounders Carter, twice dethroned as light-    ,    2 to put runners on first and sec- weight king, and Glen Flanagan,: sudVrib i r; ,    .    _    ,    unbeaten    in    11 straight bouts, tan- 1 Astroth.c 3 newiv iiaioS/4    Allegrucci,    gle in a nationally - televised 10-1 f*ort ero *» 3 * acker S    i    !fc0^d    10u0der    at    the Chicago Stadium* S r?ntpr Si    ra g double tomorrow night (9 p.nv EST). £me wiLh thi iirJif(nCe J^ fi,8 Carters scrap with the smaller home with the winning run. Al- 0f the flailing Flanagan brothers! Tot.i. AB H ° 0 Abrams.rfA* o ? o £ete,. ^omano of Clarksburg, tor 0 waitku*,ib    5    2    i3    i the title game here. 1 Dierlng.cf    3    3    3    0    ------— 0 Ken'dy.Sb    4    0    0    2 0 Courtney,c    4    3    2    ; 0 Fridley.lf 4 110 2 Hunter.*s 3 12 3 o Garel*.2b    2    0    3 0 *Youn|,;b    2    0    1 Lar. i*n.p    i    i    o t’ox.p    î    o    o bCoati    1    o    9 Blyzka.o    0    0    1 cKr'hoskl 1 o o Appalachian League { Clubs I BLUEFIELD t Pulaski ° Bristol Welch lekrucci a 17.vestr nirt Nwii* k -    nailing Flanagan brothers t*uu a* * 77 s Tot»*. ^ s    .u 14 Josnson ritv iCbrucci, a 1 i-year-OId rookie, has Of St Paul imoeril* hU <x<»nt *)•>: * -Grounded out for Garcia ln 9th been playmg at Sandersville. Ga..: renfairh^¡Kth thl m.n ™ j«;* b t*n?td ,0T    Wythevillf oT the QeorgiB-P^orida league un- wrested the l35^pound    - !c '    ««t    tor Biytu m 9th W 61 55 53 50 39 29 L 36 40 42 42 58 70 Pet. GB .635 — .51d 54 .558 74 .54j    9 .402 22 4 .293 334 der Yankee option7 He was re- himStpaddv    Cr°"U irom     ho*n»hm called yesterday by the New York /?i* Sr »DeMarco.    »»iMwer*     n    wi    ww-i club and sent here to help patch nS F,lanigan'    brother thC injury*riddled Biistol Jfi Ub * *JtadJSJ welt^r contender Klinesm.th fanned ten heaviect of his and í^-ee-rt about 13® Pounds, as he R Df Maestri, Bollweg Vaio, Sudrr. As-tkr “—*    -    ' troth, Portocarrero, Waitkus. Coartnev E - ó»rDea    Abr»®».    Dierlng. Hunter. RBI—Portocarrero. Hunter Bo!’-Renna 2B—Bollweg. Waitkus Fr d- walked oniy *one”*in^notching the K1?* 10 gain top Ufhtweight recog-    °    *«rU*kunt*° win for Rri*^l    K    Ule    nition.    DP-Hunter. Garcia and Waitkus; Gar, a UllSf BrlIto.1..  ....... 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