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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 17, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPage 2-b the Florence morning news Florence. 8. Cd wednesday morning August White spins 1-hit win Over planters by de Mclendon sports correspondent Mullins aug. 16 Jack Bry ant s fifth inning bunt single spoiled Lake City right hander Archie while s bid for the Palmetto league Hall of Fame As the lanky rebel hurler stopped the Mullins planters on z sparkling one hit 5 0 Victory Here tonight. The bunt was the Lead off blow spurting doubled an of the inning. White bore Down to third on Ebbie Mel get the next two men hut then is sued walks to Don Lewis and Larry Jewell. Jalc got out of the Iii when he fanned torn Zachary with the bases loaded. Lake City broke up the score less Duel Between White and Mil wins Lefly Tommy Hargrove with a single tally in the seventh. Dick tigers Blank tribe 7-0 behind Hoeft Detroit aug. 16 Ufa Billy until Al Smith worked him for a Hoeft retired 21 successive batters in one stretch and allowed Only two singles while pitching the de troit tigers to a jolting 7-0 Victory Over the Cleveland indians Briggs stadium tonight. In hurling his fifth shutout of the season Hoeft gave up a single to Bobby Avila in the first inning and another to Larry Doby in the second. The slender Southpaw then mowed Down the indians in order Cincy in 5ih spot on 11-2 cub setback Cincinnati. Aug. 1c w the Cincinnati Redlegs look Over fifth place in the National league to night ousting the Chicago cubs from the spot with an Early inning splurge that produced an 11-2 Vic tory Over the Bruins. The reds scored All of their 11 runs in the first three innings on their first 11 hits but they were aided by two damaging Chicago errors. Smokey Burgess hit his 17th Home run of the season in the opening inning off Jim Davis that sent the reds away to a fast Start. It came after Johnny Temple had opened the reds half with a single. Joe Black although yielding nine hits to the cubs spaced them Over six innings and had the cubs shut out until the seventh when doubles by Dee Fondy and Gene Baker and a single by Jim King produced two runs. After getting those two runs in the opening inning the reds came Back with Sutmore in the second but five of them were unearned. Two singles by Rocky Bridges and one each by Temple and Gus Bell were the Only hits but errors by Davis and Ernie Banks contributed to the Rcd leg scoring. Chicago Cincinnati a h o a a h o a pass with two out in the ninth. The Victory before a crowd of gave a loft a 12-6 record. Bill tulle knocked in four runs and Frank House three As the tigers who had loss six straight games to Cleveland dropped the indians a Ramc and a half behind the league leading new York Yankees. Using a new Snen stance House pounded a pair of doubles and his Lola Home run to run Bis Streak to nine hits in his last in at bats. The spurt has lifted his average from 231 to .259. Tuttle hit his Lith Home run a to run single and received credit or another rib when Relief Pitcher Sal Maglie walked him with the mses loaded. Early Wynn opened for Cleve and but the Veteran right hander Eft in the second inning As the tigers struck for Throe runs. He Ivas charged with his eighth loss against j4 wins. Clf.vk1.and Fondy in 5 Baker. 2b 4 1 Kinc of 4 1 Banks 6s 4 1 jacks n.3ll 4 0 speak if 4 0 Miksis. A 3 2 Bulger of 1 0 Calili c 4 0 Davis p 1 0 Juffcoat p 0 0 Amer an 0 0 Kaiser p 1 Bush to 1 totals 311 Al 3 0 4 Burgess c 5 1 0 0 Klur 4 0 3 2 Post of 4 3 2 Ibyll. Cd 4 3 1 of pays if 5 1 3 5 3 2 1 4 1 4 0 Black p 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 54 10 to Lull 38 15 21 for Sci Coal in 5lh. Out for Kaiser in 9th. Clip Ringo 000 000 2 Baker Temple 2, Burress 2, Klusza Waskl Post 2, . Mcmillan Black 2. , Kaiser. Obi Baker. Kins Burgess 2. Hell 2.1 Alys 2, Temple Post. Bridges. Baker Mcmillan. Black Temple. Do Baker Banks and Fondy. Cago 8, Cincinnati 10. 2, Jeff coat 3. Black i. So Juffcoat i. Black 7. Kaiser 2. 7 in 1 1-3, jct focal 4 in 2 2-3, Kaiser 4 in 4. 8-3. Jeffcoat 3-3. Kutser 0-0, Black 2-2. 3 0 12 0 0 5 1 300 oz2 .100 002 s 2, Morgan 3. Zainner 3, Ennis 2. Wait Ufa srm Nirk e. O Brien Ynch Atwell. Morgan 2, Cole. Rib Eunis 5, Greeng rns 2. Lynch Lonos 3, Clemente j. O Brien Waitl fus i Vehmeyer. 2b 2, Jones. Wool Kus. Siminick. So Ashburn 3. Morgan. Of Rien. Of Lynch Ennis tones. I Launcr and Waytkus 2 Lamner. Morgan and a Snitkus Atwell my j. O Brien Groat. J. O Brien and Ward. S. Pitch urge 6. Friend 2, Schmeler 3. A Lillefield 2, Martin 4. 1, Letl Leffeld 4. Weh a Ler 2. 8 in 4 faced 4 n Little Flold 3 in 3. Martin 4 in 2. 3-3. Friend 5-4. Field 2-2, Martin 5-5. Talk i Martin. W Weh Mcivor 19-71. Ii Dascoll. Warnke Secory Goetz. I nine Home runs were powered he had two singles to Lead St. An last night As Westminster and St. Paul registered victories in the men s sunday school league play offs at Maple Park. Five of the blasts were clubbed by Westminster As they dumped Central 18-7 in the first game and three others were clouded by St. Paul in their 15-3 Roul of St. An Thony the Only team failing to hit. For the circuit. Westminster clinched their Triumph in the second inning of the evening s first tilt when they pushed across 13 runs on nine safeties four of which were homers. Rig lit fielder Kelly who had one of the circuit clouts also slammed a triple. Central s Catcher. Outlaw rap Jed the Only round tripper hit by the losers in the third inning when they scored five runs. Others hitting Home runs for Westminster besides Kelly were first baseman Boswell. Jim v All. Shortstop Bill James Catcher and Steve West Cente fielder. Major Summerford Lee Morgan and Earl scaly unloaded the three homers credited to St. Paul but they Hart to share the spot Light with Pic bar Hay Eann who held the losing club to Only seven hits and three runs. St. Paul had their big inning in the fifth when they tallied eight times. Strangely enough no Home runs figured in this outburst. St. Paul .330 080 12 0 St. Anthony .001 101 0-3 Only Danny me serve an Thony third baseman was Able to Salvage any Honor for the losers. Thony at the plate. Central .005 5 5 Westminster .0133 15 3 Palmetto in aude won lost pet. Of Hemingway Sli .692 .625 .500 .467 .286 no Cal s results Lake City it. Mullins 0 Sumler at in Freetown Ppd. Rain. Ton Clit s intones Georgetown at Lake City National won lost i d. Behind Brooklyn 77 38 .670 Milwaukee h or .538 15 new York c2 55 .530 16 Philadelphia 60 .500 i Cincinnati 5v 62 22 Cionco 58 61 .475 2211 is. Louis 52 63 .452 23 Pittsburgh 4.1 7s .361 36 National St Louis 3. Milwaukee 2 Cincin Attl 11, Uil Caco 2 York 5, Brooklyn 3 Philadelphia 12. Pittsburg 3 today s Brooklyn at now York 3-2 is. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh n Sim Mons 7-5 is. Fare Chicago at Cincinnati 9-b to. Klippstein Milwaukee at St. Louis 10-8 is. a Lin. Amk Kil the schedule of so lunar periods As printed below has been from John Alden Knight s so lunar tables. Plan your Days so that you will be fishing in Good territory or Hunting in Good cover during these times if you wish to find the Best sport that each Day has to offer. The major periods Are shown in boldface Type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours thereafter. The minor periods shown in Reg ular Type Are of somewhat Shorter duration. Dale Day minor m Jor minor m Jor . . 16 tuesday 17 wed. 18 thurs. Al Friday 20 saturday 21 sunday Chison Shade a s 5-4, climb into second spot hit finals Sal Shuky. . 16 w Salisbury advanced to the finals of the Region 4 american lesion Junior baseball tournament Here by Ile foaling Richmond a. V-0. Memphis tenn., Delca Teil Bow Ore in. Ky., if a. In Tiu Poscis bracket in tie first Fiji Vii of the twin i is triple clutch itching halt braves 3-2 St. Louis. Arifi. 10 w Bill to give the St. Louis cardinals Sirni s triple in the eighth inning drove Home the winning run to night and he Vry und Dix shut off a ninth inning Throat by Milwaukee 3-2 Victory Over the braves. Sirni s triple to left Center came off reliever Ernie Johnson after he had issued a walk to Pete Whis Mimphis meet i single Cam my it. Vormor meals Salisbury fort la till thursday nip lit. Iho Mmel game if needed for Kri Chicago. Aug. 16 my the Chi Cago White sox squeezed out in 11 inning 5-4 Victory Over the Kansas City athletics tonight and moved into second place in the american league i games Bulkind the league leading new York Yankees. The sox scored two runs after Gus Lornial had put the a s a had in the top of the Lith with a run scoring Pinch single. The Triumph in a 4 limit game pushed the sox ahead of Cleve land by four percentage Points. The indians were beaten by de troit. 7-0. Chicago worked reliever Tom Iconium for a pair of walks to the Lith inning and Jim Liiv beat out a limit single to Load the i discs. Jim Lushy s sacrifice Fly Scuri d Adams Fiorin third k run ii jul Hub Kun Minnie Minozo Home with hip i mini run. Kansas m Cizik too All ii o a All ii i a r. I 11 pm nmn. 11 i 8 i .1 1 1 a i t 0 Ohill 3b 2 i 0 i Wilson a 000 Simps 424 5 3 1 504 533 Dropo. In born Scitar Viljem 4329 00 1 17 3 2 0 1 4 0 1 inrman.? Al 0 02 of Coan 00 00 Fox 2h 10 0 0 on Nicman 0 0 Omar ten. P 1000 0000 3124 3000 0000 000 0010 0000 w n 33 21 Harrt 000 of Howgil. P to madams Tel Lii 41 ii 3lil7 totals a walk etl for Johnson in shh. In Lola. A san Clcil for to Lamar in Lith. for Lowell in Lilii. A Ono tit when winning run was scored. My City 101 000 .110 001 100 2, Dema Cstro Minoso 2, Carrasquel Adams. Fun Lynn .pi-7. . Dbl Sampson 2. Droit Johnson 2. Ali itchy. Kennedy j Nipo. . 311 i Over. Kell i m. Amroli. Is link try. Do 1 in can and Zullner. Klinl . Ull Kiiu i City 11. Irico ii i. Kellner i. Chi 1 la 1, column 2, 1. Million 7, 1. Lilium 1 to b in to. Kellner 7 in Lii nor a 2, Mil Len i in 23. 2 in 1-1 Ijuin Iliili 0 ill 0 it to 2 . I. Nil ill 1 Iii 0 Melicid 1 Imiri . Iliani Itlen 1 in 1-j. Ii i in Ohli i j-1. Killin i 3-3, ill mar on. Mar Len d-0, to Nylon Hup Liy Krilor a Lolynn Lowell form in 6-m. I ii try. Mriln Jcj full hurly Chylak. A--22.u2. Kagle on lost 1 it. Rhind 72 46 Fil m2 Cleveland Llo Fiton ctr Oil Kansas City Baltimore 70 47 .s9 48 70 .407 24 37 77 .325 ii is 2314 33 league Chicago 5. Kansas City 4 11 innings Detroit 7. Cleveland 0 new York 13, Boston 6 Baltimore 7, Washington 2 today s games Cleveland it 13-7 Hoeft 11-6 or Bunning 2-31. New York at Boston 13-10 is. Pelnik Baltimore at Washington 2. Tenant. La Addic gained credit for his Lois tit Victory against 11 defeats but had i and Brown or Zuverink in pitch his Way out of a Jam in and lie ninth Del Conn Clell singled with one out and then to Laddie whipped a called third Striko past Pinch hitter Boh Toselli Only to Lave Danny o Connell Send Cran Dall to third with a Bloop single to Center. The Southpaw hurler then made Good Stop of a hard hit Ball by Andy Pafko to end the game. Hari Dix fanned eight. St. Louis scored its first two runs on Stan Musial s 20th Homor of the season with one Man on in first inning off starter Chat Nichols. Milwaukee St. a 11 0 a Arti 0 a Oton 520 -111? 5 2 1 o 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 422 3300 304 3 1 4 1 12 Osuh d m.2b -1 Al 1 owl san of 3 1 5 0 2 2 r 1 4 j 3 2s.irnl.r 3 2 200 4 1 Allce 1 0 0 j 0 0 0000 1 0 0 u Toalii s7 10 to 13 to Lull 0 9 71 n St tick out Tor nit hols in 7th. In Chilli a out on lol Julin von in Oil i i. I dairies stopped 4-1 in playoff Southern dairies could touch hurler Krnc St Ciri Mulcy or Only three hits last night As they dropped a 4-1 decision to the vow in the City league playoffs at the Junior i Lifis. The losers got nil of their three hits in the sixth inning when the Tel lid their Lone run. All were sins Els. Top hitter for the vow was Mil lard this left fielder who had two for three. Southern dairies 000 001 3 2 vow .002 101 x--1 4 2 1" defend trophy new yuck. Auk. W the 2. . 2uj is clip Sill Lou Culillo Llott u la ind Iii tit Nuriu d win Codon Champion Umit kii.1 Mih ii to Llu it i s. Htu Lloult-l1 Vic two 2. I pm flu Umici . 1 i til it hols 4, Jodi Iii 7. 1. To Johnson i. Lud Iii x k my Ali i 7 in a. Finlinson in 2. 11-km my Liok Jilin us i i. 11. W i to i . Till Rall re t . A . Is i Xii Ilii liars in n . Mill id Slit ii no Aii Reles to defend Hie trophy do inst at Forest Hills n.y., aug. M-28. The decisive play of the game. Tom Morgan relieved in the eighth inning to preserve Don Lar sen s fourth consecutive Triumph since being recalled from Denver ate in july. Larsen had coasted while yielding two run homers to red sox reliever Dick Brodowski in the fifth and Ted Williams in he sixth his 21st. But after Jackie Jensen belted o. 20 in the eighth Larsen hit lorm Zauchin with a pitch and Sammy White doubled for a second run. Then manager Casey Stengel waved in Morgan. Bauer led off the third with a walk and advanced to third on Gil to Mcdougald s sacrifice and loser Frank Sullivan s wild pitch. Yogi Berra grounded to the Mound and Sullivan whirled to rap Bauer off third. In the run Down Sullivan dropped the Ball As Bauer bowled into him. Bauer scored As Sully was hurled backward and sent sprawling. Berra reached second on the play. The capacity crowd of sensing impending disaster moaned. As Sully picked himself up. The big 6-7 California boy left his of dec Vivenes and red sox Hopes in he dust at the plate. Sullivan still from the battering Hung his first pitch out Side to the switch hitting i 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 1 1 2.Sullivan.p 0 3 3 1 Jar d 2 4100 Aste Stiens 1 110 0 Bohr b by 1 18 27 10 totals o i o o o 2 0 3 out for Rendowski in 7th. Out for Brewer in few York .107 Oil Loston oho 023 i 2. Berra 2. Mantle Skowron 2, Howard Carey Ruzzuto 2, Larsen mor Klaus Williams Jensen Zauchin Piersall Brodowski. Rib Skowron 2. Mantle 2, Carey Larsen a Bauer 3, Berra. Brodowski 2, Williams 2. Jensen White. Mantle. White. Morgan. Larson Skow Ron. Brodowski Bauer Wiliams. I Rizzuto 2. Klaus Goodman and Cai. Collins Liz Auto and Collins. York 9, Boston 5. 4, Sullivan 1. Brodowski 2. 4, Sullivan 1, Brodowski 2, Brewer 2. 6 in 7 2-3, Morgan 2 in 1 1-3 Sullivan 7 in 2 2-3 Brodowski 6 in 4 1-3, Brewer 5 in 2. R or Larsen 6-6, Morgan 0-0. Sullivan 7-3. Brodowski 4-3. Brewer 2-2. Hopr by Sullivan by Larsen Van Hurley boar Runge. . Goodrich Tubeless tires at these Low prices the Only new car Tubeless tire backed by 7 years of use and proof Chevrolet Ford Plymouth owners As Low As 4.00 Down puts a set of 4 on your car today . Goodrich safety a of a. Low to lira Wilh popular Trad doting thai formerly came on naw can. Lii Utica we Ghoul Raido in t17.30. Put and your 1izi 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 6.50-16 _ 19.30 21.35 23.40 22.90 15.45 16.95 10.75 18.41 Prim plus lax Low priced fully guaranteed .Goodrich express truck tire now prici5 on other sizes too first in rubber first in Tubeless 144 s. Dargan St phone 4319

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