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Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Decatur, AlabamaThe Decatur daily monday. September 7, 1953 pa0g five Furillo he in scuffle with Leo by Joe Reichler a sports writer Roy Campanula of the Brooklyn dodgers entrench himself More securely yesterday As the leading Andi Datt for the National leagues mom valuable player Iward. He slammed his 38th Homer of the year breaking Gabby Hartnett s 23-year-old record for lome runs by catchers. And in the american league a1 Rosen of the Cleveland indians put n a Strong bid for the Junior Cir Uit s map i lie with his 38th lome run. This Gav him the a eague end by one Over Philadel Ohia s Gus Semial. Campanella drove in two runs As the i lodgers whipped the new York giants 6-3. He thus raised his runs batted in total to 133, equating the major league record for catchers set by Bill Dickey with the 1937 new York Yankees. Campanella selected As the leagues most valuable player in 1951, needs Only two More homers to tie Gil Hodges club record of a 40 homers in 1951. He already holds the club rib record and is the Only Catcher Ever to drive in More than 100 runs in two different seasons. Rosenus Homer helped the indians beat the Chicago White sox 4-2 and take undisputed Possession of second place. Rain washed out the scheduled doubleheader Between the senators and Pace setting Yankees in Washington. The dodgers magic number is eight. Leading Milwaukee by 11 tip tue Fiu your prescriptions by registered pharmacists our careful co operation with your doctor is a vital part of winning Back health drug store phone 149. 150 Loyd a today tuesday wednesday first run my mrs Savage the blur Wyo ring shunted swim Vittorio Gassman Barry Sullivan Bergen Holly thursday Friday first run i m it Richard Widmar Ledun Tati ill umm games the Brooks need win Only eight of their remaining 18 games to Clinch their second straight Flag no matter what the braves do in their remaining 18 games. Brooklyn however will have to play the next 10 Days without the services of outfielder Carl Furillo its league leading Batter. Furillo suffered a broken Bone in his left hand yesterday in a scuffle with manager Leo Durocher of the giants in the second inning. The trouble started when Carl strode out to the Mound after being hit on the right wrist by one of Ruben Gomez pitches. The umpires restrained the enraged Batter who finally went to first base after a five minute Wrangle. Just when peace appeared to be restored Furillo suddenly made a dash towards the giants dugout. There he was met by Durocher and the two combatants wrestled each other to the ground. They were finally separated and banished from the game. A rays later showed Furillo had suffered the injury to the left hand which apparently had been stepped on in the fracas. Durocher was unmarked. Like practically All fights on the Diamond no punches were landed. Almost forgotten was preacher roes four hit Job for Brooklyn resulting in his 11th Success 10 of them in a Row. He has lost Only two. Eddie Mathews still trying for babe Ruth a Homer record blasted his 45th to help the braves defeat the St. Louis cardinals 3-1 in the first game of a doubleheader. The cards rallied in the closing innings to earn a 3 3 tie in the second game Cut to eight innings by darkness. Stan Musial a 25th Homer his sixth in the last eight games tied the score in the eighth. The game will be replayed in St. Louis sept. 24. Ted Williams hit his eighth Home run since returning to action last month As the Boston red sox swept both ends of a doubleheader from the athletics 84, and 4-0. Lefty Mcdermott hurled a six hit shut out in the Nightcap. Herren and Larson meet in finals of invitation meet Mobile by top seeded Wade Herren of Birmingham meets dark horse Walter Larson of Mobile in final of the Mobile country club invitational Tennis tournament today. Herren and the unseeded Larson won hard fought matches yesterday to Advance to the title round. The Birmingham Ace overcame steady Ralph Carson of Pensacola fla., in their semifinal pairing 2-6, 6-3, 6-1. Larson upset second seeded Randy Gregson of new Orleans 7-5, 6-4. Herren also was extended in taking has second round Start from Lester Kabacoff of new Orleans 6-1, 5-7, 64. Larson newly crowned City Champion entered the semifinals after breezing past James Cox of Mobile 6-0, 6-3. Herren and or. R. L. Mckean of Mobile face the new Orleans duo of Gregson and Kabacoff in the doubles finals. The Herren Mckean team downed Carson and Dave Caton of Pensacola 6-4, 6-4. Gregson Kabacoff won Over Larson and Charles Hart Ridge of Mobile 6-3, 7-5. Charles heavy Choice to Stop Hal Johnson Philadelphia a a Ezzard Charles has been established a heavy favorite in his ten round bout with local Light heavyweight Harold Johnson in Connie Mack stadium tuesday night. The former heavy weight Champion was upset in his last engagement a 10-Rounder in Miami Beach aug. 11, against the unheralded cuban Nino Valdese but Charles has always had Success when he stepped out of the heavy a weight class to meet Light heavyweights. The fight will be fought under Mark be Well is slight favorite in Handicap race Chicago i amp a Calumet injury hexed Mark be Well the Only horse in history to win nearly a million dollars with a trick knee is the probable 7-5 favorite in a Classy Field of 15 named for today a 26th running of the worlds richest mile race the $166,700 Washington Park Handicap. Foaled with what is known As a stifle or trick knee which occasionally pops out Mark be Well did no to go to the Post until he was a 3-year-old last season. He cleaned up in Chicago with four big victories and last Winter took honors at Santa Anita. Then the Calumet Star suffered a Quarter crack to a Hoof. He was out of Competition until last month when he started twice at Washington Park. He looked fairly impressive but failed to win. If Mark be Well impresses in a lineup of some of the most versatile thoroughbreds in the country Trainer Ben Jones probably will ship him East to meet Tom fool and native dancer in the sys Onby mile sept. 26. If All 15 go today the Winner will receive $110.000. Entries have gathered from Aqueduct Del mar Saratoga and Atlantic City to match Speed and Power against the Best in the Midwest. Civic presentation a Don Branum left chairman of the City Park and recreation Board is shown presenting the civic league playoff championship trophy to Dick Fleming Captain of the kiwanis team which took the softball Honor recently. Daily photo by the associated press National league w l Rooklyn. 94 42 Milwaukee 83 53 Philadelphia 75 60 St. Louis. 73 61 new York 64 72 Cincinnati 59 77 Chicago 53 82 Pittsburgh 42 96 pet. .691 .610 .556 .545 .471 .434 .393 .304 game wardens Southern play to wind up tonight Montgomery Ala. A Ala Bamat a conservation director Earl m. Mcgowin. Announced Here recently that the states game wardens will be known As conservation officers in the future and will be hired under new and More rigid qualifications. By the associated press the regular 1953 Southern association season ends tonight with four doubleheaders and a Victory Nowc re no a re Hihawk end or a a a is mss Josz of on Erv Hon we a be declassified As conservation officers. In Addi Tion applications will be received by the state personnel Board up Memphis is two games ahead of the crackers. The Chicks who can to september 15 from new Mea a a a a a a worse than tie air the pen interested in qualifying for a Job enter Tam Chattanooga Toas conservation officer. In Lille and Ralph Atkins socked amp paid for the trans. Jim Constable and Roger Higgins tied up in a Sterling Nightcap pitching Duel. Constable had a two hater going until Little rocks Jim Sandy poled a Homer in the ninth. Higgins shutout the vols on seven hits. Ham Hamric and Ray Shearer got Hugh Oser Over the Hump against Birmingham with Homer or Oser gave up seven hits until night. Requirements for the lobe will Atlanta faces new Orleans. _ include minimum age of 23 years a a a Ashville is at being relieved by Ken Fustin in the maximum of 40 years minimum a a Rock and Birm Gham at a ninth. Hamric clouded two homers height five feet nine inches mini �?o0dlle Shearer worked it it nver the mum weight 150 pounds and Maxi Birmingham runs with a single v ols and a Long Fly. The of a ars got Only six hits but left Only two men stranded. Twelve Birmingham runners died on base. 1 a written examination will be Given at some time after septem yesterdays results Brooklyn 6, new York 3 Philadelphia 7,-Pittsburgh 2 Chicago 7-7,&Quot Cincinnati 6-2 Milwaukee 3-3, St. Louis 1-3 second game called end eighth darkness today s schedule Philadelphia at Brooklyn 2 Pittsburgh at new York 2 Milwaukee at Chicago 2 Cincinnati at St. Louis 2 american league w l new York 89 43cleveland. 81 55 Chicago. 80 56 Boston. 75 62 Washington. 67 68 Philadelphia 52 84 Detroit. 51 86 St. Louis. 48 89 pow s birthday starts new life Montgomery if a this birthday is the birth of a new life for me a a Young alabamian said yesterday As he was greeted by parents and relatives after 32 months in red prison Camps. Sgt. Donald strength of Tallas see walked from a plane Here into the arms of his Happy parents. It was his 23rd birthday. More than 35 relatives were at the Airport to Greet the Young Soldier who was among 200 second division riflemen captured in february 1951, when the reds surrounded a Bill in Korea. Sgt. Strength said once the reds lined several american pos against a Fence and struck each on the Knuckles with a Bayonet a but a the worst punishment was the food or Lack of he said he weighed Only 98 pounds at one time during his imprisonment but had regained about a a a a plays 69 pounds before his release n0thct exp a a champs Gordon he would not comment on american prisoners who a a cooperated Mobile. Aimi Shearer socked one Over the Memphis downed Chattanooga Fence with one Man on base. Mum weight in proportion to a in Dju a a a Tep Quot a anti a a a Hai Grote it Oil Haj put a pair from a a a Pelsy 7 0 and 11-2. The third place Nashville vols applicants should have a work dropped out of the Pennant race inf knowledge and skill in the use by losing to Little Rock 1-6 after of fishing tackle trapping and winning the opener 8-4. The vols Hunting equipment and firearms i Are three games off the Pace. To knowledge of Federal and state bile kept its Hopes of getting out Laws relating to conservation of of the cellar alive by Downing fish game and forests Good knowl Birmingham 4-2. Edge of fish and game common to Dick Strahs stopped Chattanooga the state their habits and natural with a two hitter in the first Mem requirements knowledge of Basic Phis Victory. The Chicks roared fish game and Forest conservation Back from a two run deficit to principles of Good forestry prac score three times in the Bottom Tice land management and of first 0f the 10th for their Nightcap Aid Triumph. Sammy Meeks smacked a pair of doubles and got two a big a for her 15 to establish an eligible list a the Chicks in the opener. Bill Wil As required by the Merit system in son socked his 34th Homer of the Law of the state. Campaign for the winners in the Mcgowin said the new standards 1 Nightcap. A single by Don pin were set up in order to assure 4 Otti got Llod Fogg across with hiring Young qualified men As winning run in the finale conservation off idlers. The Job in-1 Fowler got Atlanta off to a eludes Active Public relations work a a cd Start with an eight hitter in and officers must emphasize con first game. Bill George held ser vation education. I it Els 16 six hits in the other contest. The crackers got 8 Well bunched blows off Bob Purkey in the opener and slugged Bob Schultz and Lenny Yochim for 14 in the second game. Dick Sinovic a the big gun for tuner or he winners getting five Bis in Mobile -4 i three Mobile the two contests. Pete Whisenant golfers and a Pensacola invader got four hits and three runs batted Are paired in semifinals of the in. Dick Libby hurled seven hit Mobile country club invitational Ball for the vols while his mates Golf tournament Loday. Lashed three Little Rock hurlers for skip Weatherby of Mobile who 13 blows in the opener. Bill Taylor eliminated former state Champion and Gad Harris homered for Nash Jimmy Ryan of Greenville plays a a 3 Mobile golfers in Mobile semis let us Power Glaze your car electrically applied polish that cleans beautifies and protects your c a r preserves paint. Moody s beb Uin vbank9t, pct. I with the communists. He said .674 j army intelligence officers had in-.596 strutted him not to answer Lead-58g ing questions about a a Liberal Pris-.547 owners .496 .382 .872 .350 Kurfees paints will save you Money on All your print needs h. Leon Reeves 426 8th ave n w. Phone 1569 we deliver last Day cwt his Mayo South s a w Warner Bros. Hatfield drive in theatre on Highway 31�?3 mile South of Athens opens 7 30 . 2vk shows each even ing no Chorgo for children 12 Ond under tonight Quot never wave at a wac f Rosalind Russell Paul Douglas Maria Wilson i Good cartoon californians steal Walker cup show Marion mass. Up it a two Young newcomers californians Ken Venturi and Gene Littler stole the show from the established Amateur links stars As the United states team belted its Way to a 9-3 Victory Over great Britain for the 1953 Walker cup at the Kittan sett country club. The old pros blinked As the 22-year-old Venturi thumped James c. Wilson 9 and 8 and Littler beat the Veteran Gerry Mickelson 5 and 3 in two of the eight final Day single matches. Venturi a recent san Jose state College graduate was Only 2 Over Par for 28 holes and the 23-year-old Littler was one under for 33. British team Captain it. Col. A. A. Duncan gave the pair an added j plaudits when he credited the Arne i cans 13th win in 14 starts to j their Power packed lineup i a to borrow your baseball term you boys had a better Bench than we did a Duncan said. A we were j Strong in spots but we can to pos a Sibly match you from top to Bottom in the yesterday s results new York at Washington postponed rain Boston 8-4, Philadelphia 4-0 Cleveland 4, Chicago 2 Detroit 5, St. Louis 2 major league today s schedule new York at Boston 2 Washington at Philadelphia 2 St. Louis at Cleveland 2 Chicago at Detroit 2 Southern association w l pet. Memphis 86 66 .556 Atlanta 84 68 .553 Nashville 83 69 .546 Birmingham 77 76 .507 new Orleans 74 78 ,487 Chattanooga 72 80 .474 Little Rock. 66 85 .437 Mobile a 65 86 .430 by the associated press National league batting a Furillo Brooklyn .345. Runs Snider Brooklyn 119. Runs batted in Campanella Brooklyn 133. Hits a Ashburn Philadelphia 179. Doubles Musial St. Louis 43. Triples Gilliam Brooklyn 15. Home runs a Mathews Milwaukee 45. Stolen bases Bruton my Wal Tipp 94 pitching Roe Brooklyn 11-2, .846. Strikeouts a Roberts Phua buddy Smith Iii of Mobile. Mor lond Community Young Selwyn Turner takes on a ays lost respects colourful Jack Colter of Pensacola Joe baseball great the 22-year-old Weatherby shot Denton my. Up a this quiet Quot sub Par Golf on the final nine Community of Maryland a Eastern holes yesterday to overcome a 2 Shore paid its last respects today Hole Lead and upset Ryan a pre to Charles l. Buck Herzog the meet favorite. Weatherby is Home rough and ready baseball great of on leave from army duty. A yesteryear. Weatherby tied the match by a few relatives and some of his winning the 10th and 11 holes old neighbors were on hand for he went head with a Birdie 4 on funeral services of the 68-year-old the 520-Yard 16th Hole and then former National leaguer who died took the 18th. Of tuberculosis Friday in Baltimore City Hospital. About a third of All users of eyeglasses in the United states have bifocals. I a yesterday s results Nashville 8-0, Little Rock 4-1 Memphis 5-6, Chattanooga 0-5 Mobile 4, Birmingham 2 Atlanta 7-11, new Orleans 0-2 4 Days tues. Thru fri.�?4 Days Tope roof 52 Bhom came from outer space the night the Earth will never forget when Feor vome xfn0m0rphs invade the a world a Richard Carlson Barbara Rush i adults .65c children 25c coloured adults 35c in National Tennis Uncle Sam will win by will Grimsley Forest Hills n. Y. By a razor Sharp Vic Seixas is favored to take teammate Tony Trabert today for the National Tennis championship but win lose or draw the real Winner is t fellow named Uncle Sam. American Hopes of recapturing the Davis cup soared to an All time High when these two u. S. Amateur net titans chilled australians 18 year old boy wonders in yesterdays semifinals at the West Side Tennis club. Seixas the current Wimbledon Champion first powered Stocky hard stroking Lewis Hoad 7-5, 6-4, 6-4. Then Trabert not to be outdone blasted Ken Rose Wall the australian Champion 7-5, 6-3, 6-3. The decisiveness of the americans double barrelled Victory sent a special canopy designed to pro a text the fighter and a handful of j ring siders from the weather. No Field seats will be act up. Today s schedule Nashville at Little Rock 2 Chattanooga at Memphis 2 Birmingham at Mobile 2 Atlanta at new Orleans 2 the spirits of u. S. Tennis officials spiralling. A they can Start crating up the cup right now for a trip Back to America a said Alickman chairman of the u. S. Davis cup committee. Seixas and Trabert who will carry american Davis cup colors against the aussies at Melbourne in december will Square off after the women a singles final today. The women a championship match is old hat with 18-year-old Maureen Connolly shooting for her third straight title against Doris Hart of Coral Gables fla., five times a runner up but never a Champion. American league batting Vernon Washington .329. Runs min Oso. Chicago 96. Runs batted in Rosen Cleveland 129. Hits Kuenn Detroit 185. Doubles Vernon Washington 37. Triples Rivera Chicago. 14. Home runs Rosen Cleveland 38. Stolen bases a Minoso and Rivera Chicago 21. Pitching Lopat new York 14-3, .824. Strikeouts Pierce Chicago 168. Loyd Hays state game Wardener us Pardon us we mean conservation officer assigned to Morgan county has bought a Home on the East Side of Hartselle near Bethel Church. His new Telephone number is Hartselle 7259. Did you Ever hear of a Fox Call we saw one a while Back. It was made by sawing off the end of a Cov Horn then cutting off the tip so that what remained formed a hollow tube about an Inch Long. The Little end of the tube was covered with a wide rubber band. By sucking or blowing through it we Arentt sure which it made a squealing sound something like the noise a Rabbit makes in pain or fright. The owner claimed that by squeaking on it he could Call up foxes from As far As a Quarter of a mile away. Sounds Worth trying and we can to see Why an Ordinary wooden spool work just As Well As the piece of Horn. 5tr.w2 r s amp in. I in. Re a 9k i r tonight i return of the bad men Quot Randolph Scott tuesday wednesday Quot Lydia Bailey Quot color by technicolor Dole Robertson last time tonight layon4 cat l Anco in dmm Mai darting in a us cwt Awa mrs Iff i a a a. 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