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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1953, Coshocton, OhioGolden s 9 cops second half championship in Buckeye Little league the Golden baseball team of the Buckeye Little league won the second half championship last eve Ning at the Fairgrounds As the club smothered . 6-2 behind the three hit pitching of Tom Chilcote. Three Home runs proved to be a big asset for the winners and Chilly As the champs rapped out Only five hits off losing Pitcher Dick Layland. Jim Tidball s Long Home Hornsby Hunting adequate Relief Man for Redlegs Cincinnati up manager Rogers Hornsby was looking around his Bench for a Relief Pitcher today who could Stop those damaging late inning rallies that have turned Victory into defeat for the last three games. The Redlegs lost no. 4 in a Row Friday night As the Brooklyn Dodg ers rallied late and frequently to win the opener of a three game series 9-4. An eighth inning rally that produced four rum was the damaging blow however at Carl Furillo smashed a two run Homer. The dodgers were slated to receive the Lethander treatment again tonight As Southpaw Fred Biezewski received the nod. He has a 6-1 Mark so far. Another Lethander preacher Roe will probably hurl for the dodgers in quest of his eighth win against two setbacks. The dodgers pounded out 14 hits off three re leg pitchers Friday night As Lethander Johnny Podrez gained credit for his eighth Vic tory although he needed help from Bob Milliken in the ninth. Previously the Redlegs dropped three straight to Pittsburgh the last two setbacks coming in the late innings off Relief pitching. N Podres pitched two hit scoreless Ball until the fifth when Catcher Andy Seminick gave Cincinnati a Short lived 2-0 Lead on his 13th Homer with Willard Marshall on base As the result of a single. The dodgers promptly went ahead to stay with three runs in the sixth. Junior Gilliam started it All with a double followed by a walk to Peewee Reese. Jackie Robinson doubled in Gilliam for the first run and a Fly Ball by Catcher Roy Campanella tied the score As Reese tagged up at third. Gil Hodges then singled to pro Duce the third run. In the seventh Frame the Dodg ers added another tally on a Home run by Duke Snider in the eighth Furillo s two run blow highlighted the four run rally which made the score 8-2. Podres struck out nine in his tight and two thirds innings but tired in the Cincinnati scored two runs. Milliken was called in and promptly walked in run with bases loaded. Podres previously yielded a tally before Milliken took Over. Left hander Harry Perkowski started for Cincinnati and was nicked for 10 hits before he went out in favor of Frank Smith in the eighth. Bud Podbielan hurled the last inning and gave up one run. Reynolds key Man in yank plans run in the third with no one on was the first four Bagger of the night. Tom Hall and Chilcote poled the other two with one Man being aboard when Chilcote smashed hits. Jerry Burris s single that drove in the first run of the game for the winners in second inning after they were trading 1-0 and Doyle Rann s fourth inning hit that brought in a Marker accounted for the other two Golden hits. After the radioman put together two singles in the first inning and scored a run Chilcote settled Down and did t allow another hit until the last Frame when Buzzy Sim Mons clouded a Home run for his second hit of the evening. Dave Patterson got the other Bingle for the losers. Chilcote struck out seven and walked three while Lay land fanned two and walked three. . Gained a 4-2 Victory Over the Tribune in the other Little Lea gue game. The winners were trailing by one run in the fourth when they came up with two runs to take the Lead. The Only hit of the inning was a single by Chuck Taylor. The Tri Bune boys tallied once in their half of the Frame for their last Marker. In the seventh with the game tied at two All the machinists scored twice to wrap up the game. Steve Simmons the winning pit Cher struck out 11 and walked one while Bill Phil Baum fanned 15 and walked six for the losers. Bill Brown was the leading hitter and Only Batter to gain two safeties he connected for two singles in three trips to the plate. There were three triples in the contest hese being accounted for by Taylor Philabaum and Wright. Mclntyre of the newsboys accounted for the Only other extra base clout with a double. . A r h e Ashman 8b. 3 0 0 c b. Simmons lb.3 1 3 0 Layland p 3 0 0 0 Patterson u 2 0 1 1 Wella c 1 0 0 0 Mcconnel 3b.3 0 0 1 Conrad of 2 0 0 0 Kempf if.3 0 0 0 Carpenter rf.2 0 0 0 Bushong of 0 0 0 0 .21 283 a All i pea officials join celebrities Columbus up the names of several professional golfers association officials were added to Day to the growing list of top names to play in the National celebrities tournament Here aug. 17. Pea executive Secretary Thom As w. Crane treasurer Harry Moffitt chairman Charles Vitta toe of the group s caddies welfare program and editor Bill rach of the professional golfer Magazine added their names to the list. Other recent additions to the roster of stars include Golf Dom s Golden Alice and Marlene Bauer and Jovial rotund Jackie Pung of Honolulu. Invitations to play in the third annual tourney at Scioto country club Here have been accepted by Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Golden a Hall c Tudball. If Cucote. P Bell la. Kirk Bride 3b of Robinson m Rann 2b Spang it had Roccy of Kimberly. Of totals. A n h e .3110 .3210 .8110 .1201 .3000 .8010 .3000 1 0 .2000 .0000 .0000 22 8 5 1 score by innings r h , 100 3 2 Oil 13 8 1 batted Burris Tudball Rann. Hall Chilcote Paternon. Simmons. Homo runs Hull Chilcote Simmons. Double plays Simmons unassisted burrs to Bell bases on balls off Chilcote 3. Off Lay land 3. Struck out by Ohl Cote 7, by 2. Umpires Fox Jones. A r h e 3110 3000 1100 4000 3111 .2 0 1 3000 3000 2100 .24 s 3 mom Wright 8b---- Slinden. La 8. Simmons p Keith line if Turner a Taylor c 3b Lowery. Of Goodwin of totals., Tribune Shafer. Of Fella Burn p Mcintrye 2b Pierce la Hammond 8b Ross is Brown c flt Parluck of Iser. If a Grlbble a n n .3 0 0 0 .8110 3010 3010 .2 1 0 1 8000 3020 .3000 .3000 1000 a struck out for Kluser in 7th totals.28 2 b 1 score by innings r h i Mem 000 200 8 3 Tribune 001 100 8 1 stolen bases Simmons 3, two base hits Mclntyre. Three base hits Taylor. Phlaf Baum Wright bases on bulls Phil Labrum 8, Sim Mons 1. Struck out Philabaum. 16 Simmons 11. Hit by pitched Ball by Phlabaum umpires Jones Fox. Perry Como dizzy Dean Fred Waring Eddie Arcaro and Jimmy Demaret. The event is produced by the National Caddie Golf tournament which begins on the Ohio state University courses aug. 18. The Tribune sports Page 2 Coshocton. Ohio. Saturday evening. Aug. 1953. Page 2 up to bolster the Yankee though the world champions needed help were left to n est the left had pitchers. Bill Miller and Steve Kraly and baseman Ous Miller came from Kansas City Kralov Roro Binghamton Triandos Birmingham Nea shoulder Marciano is not shifting the Volley Ball through his legs to a receiver or getting set to hit the heavy bag. The Ball passes through Maricano s legs around one and then the other. This keeps the shoulder Back and Muscles moving simultaneously. The Brock ton Block Buster bends under and around the bag practising How to avoid punches and lumbering the Muscles of his shoulders and Back strengthening his legs and making the upper part of his body More Mobile. No punching is involved. The heavyweight Champion is in Early training at1, Grossinger a n.y., for defense of the title against Roland la Starza at Polo grounds sept. 24, Cockell at world Mil title Seattle Wash. Don Cockell heavyweight Champion of the British Empire levelled his sights at the world s title today after scoring a comeback split decision Victory Over Harry kid Matthews in 10 vicious rounds Here Friday night. Cockell the Bull of Battersea flattened Matthews three times with wicked left Hooks in the ninth round to pull what appeared to be a losing Effort out of the fire. For Matthews the loss apparently put him into boxing s oblivion. As one of boxing s greatest build ups he crumbled for the second first was before Rocky Murciano in new York a year ago. Cockell at 211 1-2 pounds was too much bulk for Matthews to handle. The Seattle fighter entered the ring at 180. Matthews took command in the sixth with a smashing left Hook that ripped a three Inch Cut under Cockell s left Eye. Then Harry sighting the bloody target jabbed the englishman with a left hand that looked for awhile like it might Stop the fight. Cockell came out in the ninth and nailed Matthews with a left Hook to the mid Section that doubled Matthews up and sent him to the Caisas for a count of eight. Matthews got up but another left Hook decked him again for a nine count. Cockell brought another left Hoole from the floor that landed flush on Matthews open jaw sending him flying Back across the ring. He rolled off the ropes and barely staggered to his feet at the count of nine. 50 teams slated for Golf tourney Akron up officials of the eighth annual mid West Industrial Golf tournament predicted today that More than 50 four Man Golf teams will invade the tournament area to tee off aug. 15 and 16 at Middletown s Wildwood Golf course and nearby Hamilton s potters Golf course. The invaders will seek to end a seven year reign by Buckeye teams which since 1946 have retained Possession of the tourney title. More than 45 Ohio teams will be on hand to protect the record. Leading the defenders from teams from nine neighbouring states and Canada will be current title holders from Westinghouse elec tric corp. Of Mansfield. Last year with a record break ing 36-Hole aggregate of 591, the Westinghouse team wrested the championship from Akron s fire Stone tire and rubber co. And broke a six year grip concerns from the rubber City had held on the title. After Champion spark plugs took the title at Toledo in j946, Firestone and the Goodyear tire and rubber co. Traded turns in the Winner s Circle until the Westing House team appeared on the Hori Zon. Six Low medal teams and 10 Low individual medallists will take Home More than in trophies and prizes from the eighth annual tournament. American association standings by United press w. L. Pet. Ille 66 47 .534 Toledo .68 49 .581 Indianapolis.6550.565 Kansas City .57 57 .500 Minneapolis 58 .500 St Paul .53 61 .465 Columbus .46 64 .418 Charleston .45 72 .385 Friday s results St Paul 6 Charleston 2 Minneapolis 6 Columbus 0 Indianapolis 7 Kansas City 2 Louisville 11 Toledo 0 u inn. Rain by Oscar Fraley new York of the major mysteries of the current big league season today is the in explicable manner in which the National league is walking All Over the american league in the department of averages. The averages supposedly Are a barometer of excellence. They Are indicative numerals which show hitting Fielding pitching and Bat Ting ability Over the Long haul and As any Beauty contest Winner will Tell you it s impossible to argue with figures. If such be the Case at Long last the National league is the big league of baseball. Maybe it has been for some time if you compare departmental sports cars warm for Bio races Columbus up the race track at Lockbourne air Force base near Here hummed today with speeding motors As Drivers of colourful mrs jaguars ferraris and Allard s took their time trials for the Ohio sesquicentennial National sports car races beginning sunday. The three and one half mile Macj Idam and Concrete Roadway was dotted with the sleek sports cars As the estimated 170 entries ran through their required five practice laps. Commanding general Curtis l. Lemay of the strategic air com Mand was on hand to watch the Allard which he has entered in the race being held to Ide furniture for the airmen s bar Racks Day rooms and service clubs at the Jet base. An estimated persons were expected sunday As the flashy vehicles Circle the track at More than 100-Miles per hour speeds. Beginning at a.m., a total of five races with classes for each Type of car will be run with both men and women sports car fanciers competing. By United press american league w. L. Pet. Go. New York .71 34 .676 Chicago 41 .617 6 Cleveland .61 45 .575 10% Boston .6049.55013 Washington .32 56 .481 20v4 Philadelphia .44 62 .415 Detroit .--.38 68 .358 St. Louis .36 73 .330 27 Friday s results new York 6 Chicago 1 Philadelphia 3 Detroit 1 Boston 4 Cleveland 2 Washington 12 St. Louis 0 saturday s probable pitchers Chicago c o n s u leg r a 5-2 and trucks 14-5 at new York Ford 12-4 and Kuzava 2 games. Detroit Gromek 3-5 at Phila Delphia Fricano Cleveland Wynn 12-8 at Boston Henry St. Louis Paige 1-8 at Washington Masterson night. Sunday s games St. Louis at Washington 2 games Detroit at Philadelphia 2 games Chicago at new York Cleveland at Boston White sox Are six games behind champs dodgers hold my margin figures for last year too. For in 1952, the stars of the National surpassed the american league aces in every phase. Added evidence is that the National league captured the ail Star game this season for the third straight year. American league fans will shrug this off by pointing to the world series which the nats Haven t won since the cardinals turned the trick against the Boston red sox Way Back in 1946. But they can t shrug off the current averages. For instance in batting As of wednesday s games the National league had four men hitting at a hotter rate than the american league s leaders. Red Schoen Dienst of the cards at .341, Monte Irvin s .337 and the .327 by Ted Kluszewski and Carl Furillo All were Superior to the .325 of min Nie Minoso and Mickey Vernon the american league leaders. Only once in the last decade has the american league batting Leader beaten the National league King. That was Billy Goodman in 1950. In runs batted in the american league s Al Rosen is the Only member of his cast among the first five. And he is second to Roy Campanella while being Only slightly ahead of Gil Hodges and Eddie Mathews. In Home runs the National league holds four of the first five places. Mathews leads with 35, followed by Kluszewski with 30. The american league s top belter is Rosen with 27, which ties him with Campanella. Only in runs and hits does the american league set the Pace. Minoso s 83 tallies was Only one ahead of Brooklyn s Duke Snider and Vernon s 134 hits had him deadlocked with Detroit s Harvey Kuenn each of them but four hits ahead of their National league rivals schoendienst and Richie Ashburn. Over All of the 25 spots in the coveted average leaders in batting homers runs batted in hits and runs the american league has Only seven places. National league w. L. Pet. Go. Brooklyn .69 37 .651 Milwaukee .6245.579 7v4 Philadelphia .5845.563 9vfe St. Louis 47 .548 11 new York .53 50 .515 14% Cincinnati .49 59 .454 21 Chicago .39 64 .379 28v2 Pittsburgh 36 76 .321 36 Friday s results Philadelphia 5 Chicago 4 St. Louis 2 new York 1 night Brooklyn 9 Cincinnati 4 night Milwaukee 9 Pittsburgh 2 night saturday s probable pitchers Philadelphia Roberts 19-7 at Chicago Pollet Pittsburgh Hall 3-8 at Milwaukee Burdette Brooklyn Roe 7-2 at Cincinnati Biezewski night. New York Worthington 2-3 at St. Louis Staley night. Sunday s games Pitts go at Milwaukee 2 games Philadelphia at Chicago 2 games Brooklyn at Cincinnati new York at St. Louis if Grayson s scoreboard Rickey embarrassed in Bell Trade with Cincinnati by Barry Gray som Nea rarely. If Ever has Branch Rickey laced to get All the Best of a baseball Deal and the Mahatma has engineered some pippins Down through the years. B. R. Sent dizzy Dean and his bursitis to the cubs in april of 1938, for example in Exchange for Curt Davis Clyde shoun tuck Stainback and but the Good citizens of Pittsburgh Are beginning to us spot that Rickey has lost his touch. Perhaps the worst rap Gamst Rickey is that he has Boeft badly shortchanged in a Trade for the time in his life. David Russell Bell has bounced Back to haunt him like a creep ing terror. Gus Bell Only 24. Batted .450 for the reds As they took nine straight from the corsairs five games in three Days in their More recent set Young Bell closed out this series the bucs two games in an afternoon by driving in seven runs with his 18th and 19th Home runs and a pair of doubles. Is the same Bell that Rickey on april 19 of last year sent to the Hollywood coasters. B. R. Believed this drastic decision would Jolt a promising Prospect. He did t like it when Bell calmly accepted the verdict. Returned to the pirates after no More than t7 games on the coast Bell continued to be something of a problem largely because his Young wife insisted upon following her husband around with a couple of kids. This created family financial difficulties. Anyway Rickey the master psychologist failed in the strange. Case of Gus Bell and in october the Mahatma passed him along to the reds for Cal Abrams Joe Rossi and Gail Henley the latter two now in the minors. of the Redlegs agreed with those who said Bell should be As Good a player As Stan Musial because he could do just about everything the Donora Dandy could do and hit with snore Power and throw better. All Bell needed it is now apparent was a bit of straightening Cut in the management of his family. The Pittsburgh owners arc wondering Why Dida t by Carl Lundquist new York up once the Yankees got out o trouble with a Reynolds Page combination. Now All manager Casey Stengel does is Page Reynolds. That looked like the new stretch run formula for the Yankees to Day As they swaggered into a Dou ble header with the White sox six full games in front and eager to turn the Pennant race into a cake walk. And the key Man was Allie Reynolds who cuts the heart out of the deposition with his mow Down Relief pitching. He did it again Friday As the Yankees took the opener of the big series 6-1. Mickey Mantle supplied the big punch with a three run inside the Park Homer. Yogi Berra and Billy Martin also hit homers to account for the other runs. Lefty de Lopat was the Victor and he pitched six hit Ball for seven innings. Then when his tightened up on me a Stengel called in Reynolds. I did t know if Lopat was in trouble or not i just wanted to get the big Guy in explained Stengel with a Grin and a Wink. And he shut pm off pretty Good too did t he although Stengel would t com Mit himself flatly he indicated that Reynolds would be used entirely for Relief jobs from now on and hell bring him in even if the starter in t in any special Jam. That moves the wheel a full Cycle for Allie the 36-year-old right hander who came to toe Yan Kees from Cleveland and promptly established a reputation for be ing a Pitcher who could t go the distance. That was when Joe Page was the King of the Relief hurlers and he did the mopping up for Allie. When Page faded Rey nolds became a combination starter and reliever working in the bullpen Between turns. But now apparently it is Relief All the Way. Star Grid teams scrimmage Canton 0 full scale scrimmage was scheduled this morning for the rival North and South teams As both squads round out the first week of drills in preparation for the eighth annual All Star game next Friday. Don Coleman tackle and full Back on last year s Zanesville team is being groomed for a tackle spot and is expected to perform both on defense and offence at that spot. Meanwhile Ronnie Apperson is currently working out at the right halfback same Post he held with the Blue devils last year. The South staff also announced that Dick Stewart of Cambridge is being alternated at Center on of sense at end on defense while Bob Lilienthal quarterback on last year s col team is running a close race for the quarterback Slot. Squad members will be Given sunday off and then will return Here monday to begin an intensive final week of drills for the Friday night clash. Springfield bids for legion title Columbus up underdog Springfield met defending Cham Pion Cincinnati Bently Post Here today for the state american legion Junior baseball Crown after upsetting the Queen City nine 10-5, in a Surprise Semi final Victory. Cincinnati apparently stunned by the upset came Back in the after noon to Edge Newark 2-1, to Gam the right to meet Springfield again in the finals. Pitcher Charley Nichols scattered eight hits for Cincinnati s Victory but he had to pitch out of a Jam in the sixth when Newark had the bases loaded with one run across. That it will be up to the White sox to Stop the Yankees if any body can became More apparent when the skidding indians dropped a 4-2 decision to Boston to fall 10 1-2 games behind in third place. Mel Parnell pitched six hit Ball and drove in three runs with two singles for his 15th Victory Al though Bob Avila and Luke easter touched him for homers and he had to have Relief help from Ellis Kinder. In other american league games the athletics topped the tigers 3-1, on Alex Kellner s seven hitter As Gus Zernial hit. Hie 27th Herfter while Washington dubbed the Browns 12-0. Connie Marrero pitched three hit Ball and Clyde Vollmer started him off with a Homer. The dodgers pounded out 14 to defeat Cincinnati 9-4, As lefty Johnny Podres struck out nine and Carl Furillo and Duke Snider hit homers. Andy Seminick homered for Cincinnati. Milwaukee stayed 7 1-2 m behind with a 9-2 Victory Over Pittsburgh while in other National league games the cards edged the giants 2-1, and the phils topped the cubs 5-4. Vernon Bickford virtually for gotten came out of the bullpen to win his second game of the year for Milwaukee holding the to five hits. Del Crandall hit a Milwaukee Homer. Lefty Wilmer Mizell pitched the cards to a six hit Triumph for his 10th Victory. Stan Musial a first inning Homer kept him in front until Steve Bilko drove in the win Ning run in the fourth with a single off Ruben Gomez. The phils piled up a1 5-0 Lead As Ted Kazanski whacked a two run double for a leading blow in the first inning and Del Ennis and Gran Hamner singled Home other tallies in the fifth. Ralph Kiner and Eddie Miksis hit homers for Chicago. Kiner s was 27th. Botox serious about bid for third Parnell wins Oliver headed for big Golf wined Porky Oliver was headed for the biggest pay Check in the game today with a two stroke Lead on the Field in the so called Chase which will pay the Winner sunday a whopping Oliver a 37-year-old father of four who is having his Best year on the Turney swing since he joined the group in 1947, slapped out a 67. Five under Par Friday to Post a 36 Hole total of 135 and Fine the rest of the pack some thing to shoot at. Tot us the Cla ailed Boston Boston red sox were apparently serious today about taking Over the third place spot currently held by the Cleve land indians. Cleveland after posting six straight victories in the Eastern swing now has a skein of three losses in a Row after Boston s 4-2 Victory Over the tribe Friday night. On top of that Lethander Mel Parnell who had t Defeated the indians since sept. 20, 1949, was the Winner in a combined six hit Effort with reliever Ellis Kinder. The red sox were Only 2 1-2 games out of third place today As they met Cleveland in the second of a three game series. Burly Early Wynn with 12 wins against eight setbacks was slated to pitch for the indians against lefty Bill Henry a Rookie who already has Defeated the tribe once this sea son. Henry has a 2-2 record since coming up from Louisville in the american association. Parnell Boston s Ace starter and Kinder its Ace reliever gave the indians a double dose before Fenway Park fans. It was Parnell s Long sought 15th Victory of the season and ties him with Bob Lemon in that department. Kinder making his 47th appear Ance of the season pitched no hit shut out Ball in his three innings. Cleveland s two runs came on homers by Bobby Avila in the first his seventh and by Luke easter in the sixth his fifth. Boston combed Slatting and los ing Pitcher Bob Lemon for 12 hits scoring two runs in the second on a single by Umphlett a Savage line drive by Jim Piersall and another single by Parnell. Parnell had two hits for the evening and they were Good for three rib s. Avila s Home run was an inside the Park drive which right fielder Piersall touched but could not hold. It sent him crashing into the Brightfield stands knocking him out but he stayed in the game. The red sox opened up on Lem on in the third with a single run coming on Umphlett s double his third hit of the evening which scored George Keli. Kell reached first base after being hit by a pitched Ball and went to second on Sammy White s single. In that same inning Centerfield or Larry Doby injured his right knee on a Brilliant running catch of Dick Gernert s line smash. He was removed for Bob Kennedy after grounding out in the following inning. The red sox tallied their fourth run in the fifth on three singles. White opened the Frame by lining to Center. He went to second on Umphlett s shot into left but Lem on forced White at third when the Cleveland hurler tossed Piersall i bunt to Al Rosen. Johnny Lipon then grounded out sending Piersall to second and Umphlett to third. Umphlett tallied on Parnell s second hit. Avila and easter both got two hits to Lead the Cleveland attack. Louisville ties for first in a by United press manager Pinky Higgins and Louisville colonels were tied for first place in the american association today after rolling Over Toledo. 11-0, for the second night in a Row. It was the fourth straight Vic tory for the colonels As Bill Werla limited the sox to four hits in a seven inning game which was halted because of rain. Louisville wrapped up the game in the third inning when eight runs crossed the plate. Meanwhile Indianapolis handed the Kansas City blues their fifth straight setback 7-2 Bill Connelly of Minneapolis shutout Columbus 6-0, and St. Paul slugged out a 6-2 decision Over Charleston. Big George Zuverink went All the Way in Indianapolis Victory Over Kansas City As his mates pounded out two runs in the Sec Ond third and fifth innings while limiting the blues to five hits. In the Minneapolis Columbus game Connelly won his first game since coming from the Parent new York giants As George Wilson hit his 27th Homer to increase his i league esd in that department. Left fielder Ray Berns also contributed a two run Homer for Millers. In Charleston Jack Cassini and Ted Bartz delivered Home runs for St. Paul in the first inning off loser Tommy Byrne. Ron Negray was the Winner scattering eight senator hits. Games tonight Louisville at to Ledo Kansas City at Indiana Polis Minneapolis at Columbus and St. Paul at Charleston. Fibres win by forfeit Muski Ngum fiber claimed a 7-0 forfeit Victory Over Pennsylvania Railroad in the Industrial softball league Friday evening. Stock car races tonight at Dover Speedway where racing is racing time trials p. M. Race p. M. Est. Marc sanctioned

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