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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 13, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaSaturday morning August the Florence morning news Florence s. Page t Kabler lass leads invitational tournament misses Eller Klum top younger groups at acc by j1mm1e Howle morning news sports editor Carole to Kabler unorthodox swinging 17-year-old from such or Lin ore., Hung a on the scoreboard despite High winds thai swept the Florence country club course yesterday to take a two stroke Lead in the third annual Florence Junior girls invitational Golf tournament. The winds played havoc with All Long shots until late in the after noon hut miss Kabler. Who hits her Ball on a line was even on the front Side and Only four Over on the Back to finish ahead of three other contestants. Shooting 80s were Sandra Clif Ford of Mexico City Mexico Judy Mintz of great neck n. And Judy Eller of old Hickory tenn., class b race by parents friends Ond Eren o Spectator study the scoreboard of the Florence Junior invitational Golf tournament at the Florence country club. Morning news photo Rivera s circuit clout bumps tigers for sixth straight 2-7 Detroit aug. 12 Liiv Era lined a two run Homer into the upper right Field stands in the firs inning tonight and the Chicago while sox made it land up for 2-1 Victory Over the Detroit tigers before fans at Briggs stadium. The Victory kept the second place sox hot after the league leading Cleveland indians in the t i g h i american league Pennant Chase. Rivera hitting at a .367 Pace in his last 18 games smashed his game winning Home run off Steve Gromick. After Minnie Minoso had opened the game with a single to left and Nellie Fox Hac skied out Rivera drove the Ball like a blur into the right Field seats Down the line. It do you like clean cars we do that s Why we offer Only clean 53 Mercury 4-door Sedan. 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Virgil trucks nursed the Lead until the eighth when the 36-year-Olc fire Baller needed help from Dixie Howell who retired the dangerous Ray Boone with two runners on base. The tigers who dropped their fifth straight game nudged trucks for their Only run in the sixth. Har vey Kuenn opened with a double into the left Field Corner. He took third on Bill Tuttle s Fly to Center and mame Home when Earl Torge son beat out a chopper in front of the plate. Chicago Detroit a h o a Alt ii o a Minoso if 2 3 0 Kuenn s5 414 i of. 2b .1 0 Rivera of 4 1 kill. 3b 30 Tisby of 1 i or non. In 4 2 3 1 car so 4 j Loliar. 2 1 trucks p 3 o Howell p 1 o totals 3z g nut uni Lor ii 4 Stull a. Of 4 1 4 1 Kaline. Of 4 1 0 Tor 2 1 1 0 Boone 3b 4 1 8 Oma to Velum 4 i 0 1 House c 4 2 4 0 0 3 i la nth id. 2b 3 0 0 2 0 0 Palms Ink 1 0 by Iron p 0 0 lips 1 0 it id totals 7 Gromek in 7lh. 9lh. popped out Lor i Zirrer in 9lh. M us Rolt my 00 a my Nim. Rivera. Bib Rivera 2. Tore son Kuenn. Is Kuenn. Hit Rivern. I hell. In b of Kennedy. Do and Dropo Kuenn. Ilal Leld i in Cli Cabo 7. Detroit 8. Icks 3. Gromick i bar scr 1 trucks 2. Gromick 3. To trucks 6 in 7 11-3. Grourk 7 in 7 Howell Birrer 1 2. Neh Lucks 1.1. Him Eli n-0. Broniek 2-2, Birrer 0-0. A trucks i i a Grourk , Flaherty Chylik Berry. A-44.830 who leads the four strokes. One stroke Back of that three some was Clifford Ann Creed of Opelousas la., who had a 81, followed by Cindy Howard of Bridgeport conn., at 82 with 41s on both sides. Second to miss Eller in the b division for girls 12-14, was Sherry Wheeler of Glasgow ky., who had a and Margot Morton of Indiana pa., at in the class c race Lor girls 11 and under Sharon Khun headed the Field of three with a 51 for nine holes four strokes ahead of Barnett of Charlotle n. C., and nine in front of Joy Farlow of Greensboro. In All 31 competed in the tournament almost twice As big As any previous Field. One of the entries Mary Ann mus scr of Roll Coll City md., was forced to withdraw How Ever when she developed a sore Throat. Or. Edwin Allen said that with rest she should be Able to com Pete in the Urga tournament at acc starting monday. The second half of the tourney will be played today starting at 10 o clock. Pairings and starting Mintz Creed. Eller. Howard. Finkbeiner. Wheeler. Gorsuch. Felkner. Myers Long. Edsall Anderson. Locher borne Nan. Burdyshaw Addison Ouseley Mcleod. Class c Barnett Farlow. Yesterday s scores class a Carole to Kablor Sutherlin ore., 34-40-78. Sandra Clifford Mexico City Mexico Judy Milz. Great neck n. Y., Clifford Ann Creed Opelousas Bridgeport la. Cindy Howard conn., Paula West Sacramento calif., Darlene Hough South Gate calif., 46-39-85. Connie Gorsuch Greensboro n. C., Mary Ann Musser Elliott City md., sue Finkbeiner Toledo Ohio 43 Mary Hewitt. Florence. Glenda Felkner Coral Gables Fla. Kitty Edsall. Scro Beach Fla., Eileen Myers Fairfax va., 47 Ann Long Greenville Karen Anderson Lansdown pa., redbirds rally to halt Cincy for fourth win st. Louis aug. 12 a the st. Louis cardinals first overcame a five run deficit then rallied to score the tying and winning tallies with two out in the ninth inning tonight As they gained a fourth straight Victory and broke a three game Cincinnati winning Streak 8-7. Cincinnati it. Louis All h 0 a Alt h o a 5224 Boyer 3b 5 2 o 5 Palys ii 4110 Moon. In 5 2 13 0 Klus 4 3 12 1 Musial of 4 2 1 0 Tost of 4130 rep ski if 4 0 hell cd 413 Oscam st.2h 4 0 halts c 3040 Virton of 4 3 0 3 1 2 1 4 1 1 4 0000 0 0 1 ii 0 1 0 0 0 0 Bonnie Locher Buffalo n. 01. Carole , Griffin ga., Barbara to Rancman Buffalo n y., Elaine Addison Clinton 116. Class b Judy Eller old Hickory tenn., ky., Sherry Wheeler Glasgow Sharon Klump the youngest by Hoo Days Ever to enter a Urga tournament is shown Here As she drops a putt on the ninth Hole at the Florence country club during the Flor ence invitational Golf tournament. Sharon was 11 june 4, while Barnett of Charlotte reached that Ripe old age june 2. Morning news photo Ousley Florence m. Smith 3b Sarn. 4 1 Smith. 3b 3 0 0 2 atom to 3 m Mil 3104 Arroyo p null ill i 0 1 Law this ont Man 1000 1 Gross p 1003 step son la 0 Ceil Oil 1 0 ii 0 Tinli m 9 n2s 12 Tololi j7 11 Al 14 or Arroyo in by Robin Del jul or prime in out or Lawrence in 9th. Out when winning run Ito Rcd. Cincinnati 3ll i 000 is. Nuli .003 110 Temple 2, Kliu Zwikl 2, Post. Beli. Noyo. Moon Virdon 2, Sarn cram. 2, Whisenant. , Mcmillan. Bell 2, Palys 2, Boyer 1, Moon 3. Mits Lal. Al Oclon. Boyer. Virdon. Monn. Onlys. Malian. Temple and Grammas in Monn. 4, st. Louis 4, i. Noyo 3, Lawrence 1. Nuxhall i Minarcin 2, Gross 1, Lapalme 1. Lawrence 1. 4 in 2 2-3, Man. Rein 3 in 2 1-3, Gross 4 in 3 2-3, Arroyo i n 3. Lapann 4 in 4, Lawrence 0 in 2. 3-3, Molnar can 2-2, Gross 3-3, Arroyo 6-5. In Palm 2-2. Lawrence 0-0, 1-11. Landes Bella Plant Barlock Jackowsky. Margot Morion Indiana pa., 46 Sandra Haynie Midland tex., Gayle Terwilliger Buffalo n. A. Celeste Allen Florence 131. Judy Florie Mcleod Florence 102-74 class c Sharon Klump Toledo Ohio 51, Burnett Charlotte 55. Joy Farlow Greensboro 80. Palmetto league won lost ret. Behind Georgetown 9 3 ,750 Mullins 9 5 .643 1 7 7 .5110 3 Lake City 5 8 .385 Slimmer 4 in .308 last Nathl s results Ake City a. Sumter 4 jul Lens 9, Gorc town 3 tonight s games City at Sumter Hemingway at Mullins american league Cleveland Chicago York Boston Detroit Kansas City Washington Baltimore won lost Pel. Behind 4 5.605 44 1 46 .533 i 48 .571 4 54 .522 9 a b8 .409 70 .364 27 73 .330 3014 -.36 yesterday s results Cleveland 17-6, Kansas City 1-5 Chicago 2. Detroit 1 Washington at Boston Ppd., rain. Vew York at Baltimore Ppd. Rain. Today s James Cleveland at Kansas City la 8-10j is Ceccarelli 2-5 Chicago at 6-3 Ary 11-11 new York at Baltimore 0-2 and Ford 12-6 is Lopat 5-8 and Palica 3-9 Washington at Boston Abernathy 3-4 and Porter Lold 9-14 is. Brewer and Nixon 12-5. National league won lost Pel. Behind Brooklyn .75 35 .679 Milwaukee .61 54 .5.10 new York .-.59 55 .518 18 Philadelphia .58 59 .496 Chicago .58 61 .4b7 2ui Cincinnati .55 61 .474 23 st. Louis .50 61 .450 25% Pittsburgh .43 73 .371 35 yesterday s results st. Louis 8, Cincinnati 7 Chicago 7. Milwaukee i Philadelphia at Brooklyn Ppd., rain. Pittsburgh at new York Ppd., rain. Today s games Philadelphia at 18-91 is Newcombe 18-2 or Erskine 10-4 Pittsburgh at new 7-7 is Carn 12-10 Milwaukee Jones 10-15 Cincinnati at st. 9-fi is Jackson 5-10 notre Dame still tops on . Grid has Best record of past 2 5 seasons it 11-7 is night Collum by Bob hooding the associated press Noire Dame football today re Mains in the position secured for it 25 years ago by Krulc Rockne s last and perhaps greatest team Best in the nation. The 1930 fighting Irish who swept through a 10-Gamc schedule and stretched an unbeaten string o 19, completed Rockne s construe Ion to unchallenged Gridiron supremacy. Though Rockne died be Ore the next season notre Dame earns have compiled the Best won. Ost record Over the past Quarter Century. Tennessee ranks second with Alabama army Duke Michigan slate Michigan Oklahoma Ohio slate and Southern California completing the first 10 according to an associated press Survey. In 13 years Rockne s cams won 105 games lost 12 and red 5. Five times they went in Caten including the 1924 a Grega Ion featuring the four horsemen it his Shock troops of 1929-30 defied comparison with their depth and balance. All America halfback Marchie Schwartz played key roles in the two tight games in 1930. Schwartz plunged four Yards in the final min utes to beat Southern methodist 20-14. Then on nov. 29 Rockne sat huddled in a chair on the sideline while jammed Chicago s Soldier Field to watch the army game in a Freez ing drizzle. J with five minutes to play in a scoreless Batlle the Irish shifted into a Box formation right and with All America guard Bert Mel Ger leading four Man interference Schwartz went 54 Yards to score. Army got a touchdown moments later on a blocked kick bul notre Dame smothered a conversion at Templ to preserve a 7-6 Victory. Starling with the 1930 team no ire Dame has put together seven unbeaten aggregations 1930, 1941, an through simplicity single Wing wheel football of Gen. Bob Nylnnd has Williams wins to Augusta ga., aug. 12 Williams former world lightweight Champion scored a technical knockout Over another sex Champ Beau Jack of Augusta Here to night. Jack who weighed 146, was in. Able to answer the Bell for the ninth round. Williams weighed 154, hungarians tie London aug. 12 we Laszlo Tabori and Sandor Iharos. A pair of hungarian milers hit the tape to Gether in 4 minutes 5 seconds to Day in the much heralded inter National hid to lower the world rec Ord below the present Mark of their slow Start and then a terrific finish shun Ltd Chris Chalawa and Ken Wood of great Britain to third and fourth place in the race that featured tin first British hungarian dual Meel. A 185-0-12 record and a .787 per cell age compared with notre Dame s .829. Get a Lon a Deal 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949 and 1953 a Lille amassing a record of 184 Vic ories 38 defeats and 15 ties. During the 25-year Span the Irish up the longest modern unde rated string of 39 games from .946 to 1950. This fall Young Terry Brennan Egins his second season after a -1 record in 1954. He succeeded rank Leahy 87-11-9 at South Jund in the notre Dame dynasty. The Southeast is Well represent a with Arch rivals Tennessee and Alabama in the second and third positions. Tennessee building mostly on the perfection and pow by r. L. Red mfg Ovcen three All ill the fourth on a walk Brown of , City aug. 12 with a Ito Hamscher. Mace while s of ase hit ringing off the hat of Man in the lineup. Lake cily a rebels Hung an 8-4 Sellack on the Slimmer jets Here tonight. This 14 hit barrage sin Milf waiting for right hander Archie Vilc who aided his own cause Vith an eighth inning Home run. Sumter moved out in rout 2-0 n he of of the first As Luther Volch was Safe on the Only rebel Nis tie of the night find Welford Lucy singled. Fernie Walker Drew i Bam on balls Anil Shn Rulp did uni pm hot cat slip d u Dutil Ilc. Lead nil mull thumbs Liuima in Iligir. I n flu i Williim no the Frame ill Fin Al Fin i i lie i i and Ken Huse Licud s single. A rust but Lake City wrapped up the totals Mixine with a four run Sunburst in Lake City the seventh ending men to j Thomas is Wilile plate. Thomas got Iii third hit . 2l and Harry Lloyd sacrificed. Al Long. 3b Long was on via a ice Ler s Choice. Sprucing. 2 1 4 i 7 a i i i Mcklveen. If to c of Langston of forcing Thomas Al third. Long Hen mole second. Dick Sparling reached first on a i Gibbons Jet Bobble scoring Long. Mcklveen slapped a one baser and Zarrini or plated Spurling with a Millie. Joe Pilj Lizins liitle Oul a Ittis Llull Miij-li1 id cliail1 built of to flt Anil Hal i la hrs i a. While p the be licks pulled Awny i-2 in in m find. Kill i ale tin an error in meld Ami Welch printed to second base. Carl Lucy cd drilled a double in ecu t and Tommas rapped in my my hit o the night in drive Hinic m. A Llcy Ani Imon. In a Lirlin. La Sumter knotted the score n Williams 2li l l i i 2 i 2 2 los in s ii 200 kill in u Rich Lucy c. . I Mill i Iii i i Uili. 2. Uini Uilah inn no in j Lam to Iii lil. inn. Pm i in in Ilii i no icily Lizins while ail . All i Luj , Thomas. Long j. So. While. Hrman. Lloyd. Left Simi Ler 7. Lake oily i Alminas. and Long and l 1u it Ulsch ij7. So mrs such 5, White h. Of while. Winner Young boxing crop offers very few stars i a few York aug. 12 i than half of 1955 has been spent and boxing has failed to find a i single candidate for Rookie of i the year award. I never in my lifetime have i i seen it his said Nat Flisch i or world famous boxing historian who edits and publishes the Ringle record and Magazine. There Are no rookies. The to croons and the riffs have a cd to main eve canlers. There not one outstanding Fleischer said a Rookie is a prize fighter who has had no More than 25 fights and has not been in More than one headline bout. In Europe it s worse in the far East it s bad Fleischer Ivel on. They re All older fight ers who have been around a Long Lime. Television has put Hie Small clubs and the gyms out of business. N o clubs no business. The fighters Are out of work. Affects everything even our what the answer Nal Fleischer made boxing his life s work lie has rave led Over he world o see and write of Figlilo floes he have a solution you can l Black Mil in s a part of he said if you blacked it on maybe pen Ile would Boycott he clubs. The j big clubs must i to smaller clubs and . J what you need sub Vidics. Put he Small Hack in a lion inc for the future. We be isl got to go Long with what we boxing today knows increased Competition from Odin a Perls where Youm alhleti1 Ean make a living. This has inn i. Say. Hay Arcil who been in Ruml the name 4i it ii. 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