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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 18, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPage 4-b the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Thursday mohn1ng, August botox rebound a against yanks no for. Ecu r d in softball finals Delock Hotton Piersall sparkle in 7-1 Triumph t aim 17 lit the Riili him. R a aus. 17 a ii1c in Iii so r n.j-31 b 0 will is. 11 2 1 1 0 of i l l Orosi i ii o o o Ojon san. Of 3 2 i ii Howard. If .1 1 4 0 White. I of ii i n Carey. Ill 3 0 0 dilation .111 1214 soil n ii i 4150 in Oren 1 n n 2b .1111 0 4 Delock i 3 i 2 i 3 ii i 0 0 0 Boston red soy Cut the new York Yankees american league Lead to Kurks i in 2 111 2. Kwh to Rory Racks if of. Stunm not m. Ill lock 1-1. Delock 25-year-old right hander 2. No. 13 id. In Hurley Sony Summers. Unable to beat the new yorkers in two previous decisions this season pitched the game of his major league life for his seventh win. He s lost five. Do stick yielded Only i to hits until the seventh when ice Stan How Ard doubled and Pinch hitter Joe Collins singled for the Only yank tally. Bill Skowron doubled and How Ard walked with two Down in the ninth but Delock settled Down to get Pinh hitter Irv Noren on a Popup and Collins to Fly out. It was Delock s first win and first Complete game since he beat Washington june 29. New York Hoston a h o a a h 0 a Flauer of 4 1 3 of 4 2 to 0 m d id. 2ll lamcr.2b 422 4clem Ennis. If .1 1 t font s. 31 4 1 1 3 h ii.21 4 1 7 Corr Iii. As or nor Xref 4 j 1 it face l 2 0 i 1 briny pm 1 0 0 i 2000 p 0 0 0 0 1 n l n Miller p u o o n Tel Pipta i n n n 33 6 a ii Tola in out for Nul for Sumnick in Rob Ynhu Nimic Rizii 121 not Mullins 10 6 ,fl2r, Lake ally 8 7 8 .4117 214 Slimmer 5 in last Myhl l ill Mill Sumler 2, lion Sci Lown 1 tool rat a Jeor Joetown at Slimmer Hemingway at Luke ally Natisin Ai. Leaflet i to Long i of. Held and Ali Oaklyn 77 fill Milwaukee 6s 55 .312 new York .534 Philadelphia 00 .4% Chicago my m .480 Cincinnati 57 f 3 is. Louis 52 b4 .4411 i Lull lurch h 76 .3c7 today s i Brooklyn Al new 113-101. Chicano Al in ii Weer Ih-71 in i13-iu. Milwaukee Al is. Lonis in Jackson yet Prilar i la Ramilli of Icahn 3. Cincinnati 2 Milwaukee 11. Is. Louis 4 Ami can 14 Don Gardner twirled a no hitter last night As he pitched the t sea to a 4-u Victory Over the vow in the finals of the City soft Iball league playoffs High. At Junior it was he second win in three Days for Gardner and coca cola Over the vow and the second loss to coca cola in three Days for vow hurler Ernest Grimsley. Who also pitched against Southern Dair ies tuesday night. Grimsley Stop Ped the Daries nine. Satterfield gains decision Over Chicago aug. 17 Satterfield giving up 32 pounds in weight and a half foot in height night but could not keep the bleed ing cuban there and settled for a unanimous 10 round decision. Gardner walked Only two during the evening setting the vow Down in order five of the seven innings. He struck out first and last men to face him. Top Hitler for the winners who were also regular season champions was Lester Haseldon with three singles in four times at Bat. Levon broach rapped two singles in three times up for coca cola. The Triumph was the third of the playoffs for the coca cola team against no losses. Coca cola 110 100 1-4 8 1 vow 000 000 0-0 0 2 the left hand of Cuba s Nino Valdez grazes the head of Bob Warterfield of Chicago in the first round of their heavyweight bout in Chicago last night Rounder on a decision. Satterfield took the ten a Wirt photo Sumter s Brutsch out duels a s lefty Norton by 2-1 score 4 3 13 0 4121 5 i 5 0 4 2 .1 4 4127 4 1 1 ii i Nib. New Yoi k 72 Cleveland Kansas City Washington Baltimore i .603 .5.10 .407 .357 .325 29 32 today s Jamks Riik at l3-o Nen Mxon 112-lil. Cloy Velard Jit 112-d ill ill. Kansas City Al cd Cako 2l--Purlociir Zero 3-0 and 11-0 is. Trucks 11-g Anil Llyord Only kudu s scheduled. Its Villi Huston 7. New Yolk 1 i Alfito Ucli a. Philadelphia 4 near not Cleveland 5 Baltimore Al Washington 2. Rain Only Obi pick scheduled. By Frank c. Moses scoot Home. Sumter. Aug. 17 Ilig Lilland a Walker Brutsch and Ken or ii. Brutsch bested George own lefty Leon Norton in a tight Milchor s Duel by a 2-1 score Here oni Ghl. Hulsch was reached for in Hils while the winning lets touched Norton for nine safeties. Georgetown handed their Small Southpaw a one run Lead in i he second on in Nicory Clements single and stolen base and a one base be Low by de Weiss. The jets zoomed Back into the Lead in the sixth by scoring twice. Norton had two men out when i he roof caved in Ancl the jets banged out three consecutive sin Gles. Trutsch Fernie Walker and Jack Williams All reached base by the nil route. Then Leland Brown rapped a Ball to Short that was booted allowing two runners to Sumter a r h 0 a Field found the offerings of Norton Rosefield 2b 4 0 2 1 2 no Puzzle. Walker had Job 4 0 0 9 0 Bingles and Brutsch and Rosefield White. 3b 4 0 1 2 one each. Clements collected two singles for the losers. These same two teams clash again Here tomorrow night in a double header starting Al 7. Both games will run seven innings. Georgetown Alt r h 0 a Bancroft 2b 5 0 i 6 1 Stewart. 3b 3 0 j. Walker. If 3 0 Parrish of 4 o Clements of 3 i Macuy is 4 0 Cohen in 4 0 0 6 0 Weiss c 40070 Norton p 2 0 0 0 1 x Powell 1 0 0 0 0 1 p 4 1 2 0 3 k. Walker c 3 1 3 c 1 Williams is 3 0 t 3 3 l. Brown of. 4 0 0 5 1 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 6 0 7 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 5 a. Brown of. 4 Watson if 4 totals .14 out for Norton in Fllch. Georgetown 0050 0000 0010 2 9 27 10 010 000 sumtcr.000 2. Maxcey White 2, a. Brown. . Walker Parrish. Left Georgetown 9, Sumter 10. Stewart and Cohen Host Field and Lucy. 1, Brutsch 4. So 7, Brutsch c. We Brutsch. Brooks lose a gain to giants _ l7 seventh when Don cloak Ilou ii Hamon Monzal in his second Nia i bled and Duke Snider singled his Willie Mays who had a triple. Cronl re in Miner Ennis cd pm enc 2, l Complete game lot Light while limiting the Brooklyn dodgers to eight hits and striking out As inc new York Cinns won 5-1 for second straight Triumph Over the National league leaders. The 22-year-old right hander who now has two triumphs against six defeats shut out the dodgers until k. O Brien Lynch face. Ward Wilkus. Croat and Ward croat. J. O Lar Ien and Ward mor Gan Lamner and phia t it Sun a 12. 4. Sim Mons 2, Miller 2. 4. Face 3. To Simmms 14 in 5 2-3. Nei fray 0 in 1-n, Miller 2 in 5-5. 0-0. Miller a face 4-3. I iut. A face 13-11. I Warncke. Secory a-3.v2i. Goetz Dascoli. Chicago takes fifth Back As hand Sauer clubs pair Cincinat i i. Aug. 17 a the mems. Of 4 i 3 i 4 i cubs and Cincinnati Lack Nib 4 ii i . I. I i against the same number of lories. V Ono Ion Chi swapped places in the National league standings again tonight As two Home runs by the Veteran j i Iii powered the Bruins to a i i Victory Over the hed locis. The cubs moved into fifth place a in spat they yielded to the Beds Only i in Marr 0 o Solcer. Of 4 1 4 2 Rusli 11 30 0 i Alys if ii 0 l .1 o n o o i Sutler Usi d sparingly by Home run in the Siv oud lir Lic Banks on Banks had singled and sauce s blow Oul Cannati s Early two run Lead. Then Sauer knocked Anu them one j out of the Park in the Luruth with i ii uni i m in Llu tit in i Vii inn no la n s it. I. Two singles and a walk figured in All of the new York runs As Rookie Roger Craig took his third defeat fuss Over Paige ck12kns110ro, ., aug. 17 Diane saved a final decision on Satchel Paige s debut with the Greensboro patriots of the class b , but local tempers flared at the Phila Delphia Phillies which protested and it urge a. Trautman minor league Czar who made several rulings during the Day. Paige the Veteran negro major league Pitcher is i died a contract i with Greensboro last sunday and i he was to have made his debut lies of the i Hili Idelphia farm sys ktldii1 Collins farm Dir odor ill . Usiri d Raulman in protest of Paige s appearance i Allin in an attempt Al a travesty of the game. Baseball admit inlay hut this is Siut in inc bust the Lis a Ivreco. If minor leagues have to Mcsorl to this they ll1 in serious i ways tripled Home the giants first run in the first walked and scored on Don Mueller s single in the fourth and singled and scored on Mueller s sacrifice Fly in the sixth As new York made it 3-0. In the eighth Willie went to third when his single off reliever Clem la inc went through Snider to score Whitey Lockman and scored himself when jail Harris followed with a single. Willie tried to stretch Liis triple off the left Field Wall into an inside the Park Homer in the first hut was nailed at the plate. When the giants hash scored in the fourth he smashed into plate Umpire Art Gore. Both men went sprawling but neither was injured. new yell to a ii n a a n n a Zitnak. 3b s 2 1 i Jarrin 4124 a Vrcic. S 4 t 4 Snider of 4 1 0 in of ram i 3 1 1 of 3120 2 0 10 1 modes. If 3 0 3 0 i if 1 0 1 oiling. In 1 1 2 0 i if 11-11 3110 2b 3 0 n 3121 1 1 0 otctsr.2b 3022 i 0 1 1 . C 3 0 s 0 l o ii 2 o 1 i ii o n n Nib 1000 Ion my Lockman 2. Mays 3. E-7.Ini Ler. Reese. Snider. Mueller 2. Snider. Harris. 211-Snlder, cloak. 3d baseball Heads talk possible realignments Columbia aug. 17 realignment of some minor leagues in the Southeast was discussed at a meeting of organized baseball officials Here today. Eight league presidents plus individual club officials and other interested parties met with presi Dent George a. Trautman of the National Assn. Of professional baseball leagues. Trautman said a number of suggestions that might Lead to later developments were offered. He emphasized that no definite agree ments could be reached since he said realignments Are matters for the leagues and their member clubs. He called the discussion exploratory and said there might be some results at annual league meetings later in the year. A problem spot he said is the four club class b Tri state league. The Loop Hopes to add new Mem Bers or be merged with other leagues for next season he added. Another problem league is the class. B Piedmont which now has Only seven clubs. Trautman gave the league presidents maps on which to pinpoint their member clubs and the places where they would like to have new clubs. To a statement to reporters he saw realignment As one Way to Cut baseball operating costs. Our organizational he said have increased in Many instances be cause of some present geographical blasted giant Nino Valdes to the i the crowding lashing Sattur floor in a Savage last round to 3 to 1 tiring in the last four rounds As the two heavyweights mauled each other trying to land their Knock out sledges and end the televised Chica go stadium Brawl. But Sud Denly the Chicago negro uncoiled a left Hook that caught Valdes flush on the jaw and followed with a whistling right to the face. Valdes plopped to the Canvas on his haunches. He was up at the count of five but took a mandatory eight count. Satterfield bulled in his fists flailing at the cuban s face now a mass of blood tha flowed from his Mouth and nose. But Valdes weathered the siege and at the Bell was throwing All of his 215 pounds behind his punches in one final at tempt to connect. Referee Frank Sikora scored in favor of Satterfield 98-92 under the Illinois system of a maximum 10 Points per round. Judge James Mcmanus had it 97-93 and judge John Bray 97-88 for the unanimous decision. The associated press card gave it to Satterfield. 98 to 94. Twin two hers11ey, pa., aug. 17 Billy Reynolds pitched the second no hit game in two Days in the veterans of foreign wars National Teener baseball tournament today to enable Chicago Heights 111., to defeat Winnsboro la., 4-3, in a game marked by errors and wild pitches. Although Chicago Heights pounded out 10 hits the team committed three errors and Reynolds tossed two wild pitches to hand winns Boro three runs in the Consolation round game. Earlier Chicago Heights and the canal zone slammed out victories Over Struthers Ohio and Gastonia The canal zone beat Struth ers 16-7 while Chicago Heights whipped Ca Stonia 6-3. All teams which played in to Day s round were eliminated from the championship flight of the tourney. Semi final games for National title will be played to Morrow with the final game slated for saturday. Mathews Pafko homerin11-4win St. Louis aug. 17 2 i-0sj1 Crandall. Hemus 2. Musial. Mathews Vic lion homers by Andy Pafko and Eddie Mathews lopped by Del Crandall s grand slam circuit smash tonight enabled Bob Buhl and the Milwaukee braves to Breeze to an 11-4 Victory Over the is. Louis cardinals. Dienstl. 2. Mathews 2, Logan. Crandall 4, Aaron 2, Schown Dinst Musial. Whisenant. Aaron 2. Moon. Pafko Mathews. Crandall. Umus Logan Crowe. Schoendienst. Schonen Kienit id Moon 2 lean o Connell and Malli hemus schoendienst and Moon. Left 6, St. Louis 11. 7, i 2. Mackinson 2. Arroyo to i r. I i i i i 1. Mackinson 3, Lawrence l to Arrovo right hander Buhl allowing eight 15 2 2 Bat cars Markinson its was in a 5-4 Battle until in 6. Lawrence 3 in i. Eighth when Crondall teed off. Crandall. 111-01. Barlick inc Kovski Lanovoi. he pointed out that there is no 2b 2 provision in minor league baseball p if j 2 for drafting territory except in i final iwo Milwaukee runs came in the ninth off Brooks Lawrence Henry Aaron who collected Elliree of the braves 14 blows Dou bled Home two teammates. Milwaukee St. Louis a h o a a o con ll.2b 5 2 n 4 Moon in 2 s o Mays. Of Mui Law. Rente and , Reese nil Honiges Ter we Liluer. Gardner and Harris. Lorn it 10, new York 2. Us Crair 1, so Craig 1. Mon rant 8. To Crais to in 6. Labine n in 2. Urals i-2. 2-1. Monzante 1-1. A Naif. Donald Ali 27 .709. Us 3 2 1 2. Musial of 3 1 2 Virdon. Of .1 i o cases where territory first is draft . Is i i 2 Sam a 4145 Crown. In -1 0 b 1 Vvhs 4110 Tho 1 0 1 0 Llop nkl.11 1000 ally in. Of 2 1 2 Sarni. R 3060 i 1 7 3134 Buhl p 4 2 1 j Arroyo p 0 0 0 0 m k soil. P i 0 0 1 Braz ice 1000 la 0000 totals k 11 r 13 Tola i k s to i a Safe on error for Thomson in Goth. Problem there was a general for i Achimon in Sih. Cussion of baseball ills and troubles i such As decline in attendance to Conn Iii afros iia thews 2, Aaro de by the major leagues. In such cases he said the minors May ill hip win u la tur june was Down through Cla d to replace losses to the majors. To addition to the realignment Tolar i s a totals Oil Foll Iii in 7lli. 1 a singled for Zaminer Ini. U s link Oul Lor in Fin. Viii in. The i Mill Mil his hopi him s c Sani i of 11 if year. J Cincinnati started out just As it did in last As Johnny opened with a single and Nokey Burgess followed with a inc Leith of the Scampi. All in last itt so in did i lit Llwis. A few Boh hush Chr Nellh in Chr lifts rival tin Way a Levi Utah in in at Nikii in irn Uhlry in firniss went tin drink Chr kids Aii l up 1 i ils Ashi. Had to dig nut of uiili1 j cim1xna1i All 11 a a u n a in 2 4 it 5 i a 4 i j 1 .1 1 i i Macon swamps ii Dak an ii mini Uli he Llyl to k he find Audi in. i .1. Loin. 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