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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 19, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaThe Florence morning news Florence s. C. Monday morning August 19, 1957 Yankees trip orioles 7-0, 3-2, to increase american league Lead Bern s Bat paces sweep of twin Bill new York aug. 18 Berra snapped out of his batting slump with five hits and drove in five runs including All three in the Mccond and spearhead to the new York Yankees to a 7-0 and 3-2 sweep of their double header with the Baltimore Ori Oles today. The sweep increased the yanks Lead Over Chicago to to. Games their largest of the season. A crowd of saw Tom Sturdivant gain his Lith Victory in the opener with a five hit shut out. The assemblage also witnessed i Fine Relief performance by Bob grim who saved the Ond game for Don Larsen by re tiring the orioles in the eighth after the bases were loaded with none out. Baltimore already had a run in when grim made Bob Nieman hit a Short Fly and then induced a Pilarcik to ground into a double play the Yankees 15th in he Lasi five games. Grim has won 10 Anc 17 for the Yankees this sea Ion. The Yankees backed up Sturdi vant with a 16-hit attack in the opener. Berra drove in two runs with a double two singles and two walks in five times at Bat. He added two singles in four times at Bat in the Nightcap. Lethander Art Ceccarelli who was knocked out in the first in Ning lost the opener. It was his fourth defeat without Connie Johnson hurled a five hit a Victory. Ter in the Nightcap loss his eighth against 10 victories. The losses knocked Baltimore out of the first division and into fifth place a game behind de troit. Mantle had three hits in seven times at Bat to bring his batting to .385, seven under the .392 of Ted Williams league Leader. Conn Baltimore new York Mantle dives Back Mickey Mantle new York Yankee Center fielder dives Back to third after rounding the bag on teammate Yogi Berra s double in the seventh inning of the first game at Yankee stadium yesterday. Billy Goodman Baltimore Oriole third baseman Waits for the throw from left fielder Bob Nieman. Yankees won both games a photo fax Donovan prevents Whitewash Garner in 3208 Baner of 524 Boyd in 4 i 13 1 Kubick 3b 4300 c Man 3b 3000 Mantle of 4230 Robinson 3b 0000 Berra c 338 by Cona of 4010 Johnson c 0000 Nieman if 3110 Mcd g less 5343 Ginsberg c 4020 Skowron in 4151 Filer Elk of 3110 Slaughter if 5110 Miranda w 4 0 5 4 Coleman 2b. 5 1 0 4 Ceccarelli p 0 0 0 0 Sturdivant p 4 0 2 0 Zuverink p 1002 1000 Walker p 0000 30 5 21 15 tour 35 16 f s out for Zuverink in 7th Baltimore 000 Jarw York 320 Oil 3. Mantle 2, Berra 2. Mineman. Sturdivant. 2, Mantle in Mcdouglad 2, Skowron. Coloman. 2b-.mc Dougald Slaughter. So Mantle. Miranda and Boyd cold Mcdouglad and Skowron j Berra and Mcdougald. Left Baltimore 8. New York 08. 1, Xiv Crank 3, Walker 1. Sturdivant 5. I Zuverink 1, Sturdivant 8. 2i n 1-3, in Verink 12 in 5 2-3, Walker 2 in 2. Ller 3-3, Xiv drink 4-4, Walker 0-0, 0-0. 0-4l. Ber 17, tin Chi or Kinley. Second game Baltimore new York h o no h o n 5334 Kumbok if 4000 5380 Collins in 3091 3011 Mantle of 3130 4120 Berra c 4 2 b 0 Gardner 2b Boyd in g Dian 3b for Cona of Nieman if Pilarcik of Triandos c Miranda Sakdl Johnson p a Ginsberg cd Riff or tigers Chison Divide pair Lary hurls 4-hitter in opener Detroit aug. 18 Frank Lary one of the season s biggest pitching Dis appointments captured his second straight decision today restricting the Chicago White sox to four hits in a 5-1 Detroit tigers Triumph in the first game of a double header. Dick Donovan pitched the sox to a 4-1 Victory in the Nightcap. Donovan s Triumph his sixth i succession enabled the fast fac ing sox to Salvage the final of the four game week end series the tigers won the first three. The series Drew More ban 88, 000 fans to Briggs stadium Anc put the tigers Over Hie million Mark in Home attendance for the Indiana lad wins soap Box Derby 4110 Mcd e d Fri 2013 4010 Simpson i 3020 4080 of 1010 3002 Lumpe 3b 3002 1 0 0 0 Coleman 2b 2 2 2 2 1 Marbin of 3101 Lanen p 3 0 1 0 Marslin of 1100 grim p o o o o i Over David 0000 Akron Ohio aug. 18 of the Townsend boys from ande son ind., 14-year-old Terry to the 20lh annual running of the Al America soap Box Derby before a record crowd of at Derby Downs today. Terry is a dark haired freckle aced youngster who is 5 feet likes astronomy and Lias l de dried what College will be i Choice. His first prize is a scholarship. In the Anderson race this Yeai in had to heat his brother Barney who was the local class b Winner Terry was runner up in Anderson last year and this is Only i ourth year in the races. In 195 another brother. Brooks was tin Anderson Winner. This was the second time in All american history that his Home sown had captured the grand title Maurice Bale jr., now a Farmer ook Home the championship of in 1935. Terry s final run Down the Dyrl Green Concrete runway was in the fast time of 27.18 seconds for the 975.4 feet distance. It gave him a a length and one Hal Hakman of los an Geles. The 15-year-old los Angeles Boj won a scholarship. Third place and a scholarship went to Andy Vasko of St catherines. Out. That was tin highest position Ever won by Touli totals 515 up for Miranda in 9th. For Johnson in 9th. For Ginsberg in 9th. Baltimore. Kew York 000 1211 a Cardner. Puar Cik. Collini. Mantle. Coltman. Mcdougald. Rib Johnson Francona. Berra 3. Zicman. Mantle. Coleman. Goodman and Gardner Coleman Mcdoug said and Collins. 9. New 1 contestant from Olu Sld the Lull acc York 6. 4. Grim 1. Johnson 8. Larsen 6. To Larsen 7 in 7 r faced 2 batters n Syhl grim 3 in 2. Johnson 3-3, Larsen 2-2, grim 0-0. 7-41. L Johnson Tabacchi Mckinizy soar. A--32.m8. James Pryor of Long Beach. Calif., who is 14, was fourth and his scholarship is for in Highland games Charlotte coach sets new record for heave l1nville, n.c., aug. 18 a a husky Charlotte High school coach set a new record in the Caber tossing today feature event of the annual Grandfather Mountain Highland games near Here. Ronald Patterson track coach at West Mecklenburg High tossed open class in the Highland fling dancing received the Flora Mac Donald award for the Best All around dancing. Other winners in fling dancing were the Highland Nancy line Berger of Charlotte Junior begin Barbara Hinkle of Charloite Aroe the 200-Pound, 17-foot Long log beginners and Kerry Kyle feet. 6vi inches to the Delight of of Pittsburgh under 10 division crowd of More than per sons including gov. Luther Hodges. Patterson s toss bettered his old record of 3g-10. He also won he shot putt with a heave of 50 feet. Z inches. Gov. Hodges presenter Patter ii trophy Given by the St. An Drews society of Charleston . A heavy scottish miss tog which Hung Over Mac Tea Mca draws at the base of the Mountain failed to Dampen the spirits of the crowd which witnessed track and Field events Highland fling danc in a gulping. Charlie Choo Choo Justice former fool Hill it the University of n Orch to Rolls. Was the track and Field d. Hunt of Washington won the professional and sum Jean of in the track events Pelc her Man of Pittsburgh was a double Winner Cap tiring the 60 Yard dash in and the 100-Yard dash in 10.1. Paul Arrington of Char Loile won the running Broad jump with a leap of in feel n inches Richard l. Moore of Charlotte won the running High jump Wilh a jump of 5 feel. R indies and due Jordan of Wake Forest collide Winslon a Norm won the two mile Cross country run. In a special ceremony on. Hodges made Dick Pope of by gardens. Fla., an honorary tar Heel. Pope who developed the Ken ride . Has sen water so liars to several recent events in n Orch Carolina. Tho Pill Shurli Riff pipe band and Iho Ilish school piping scots hand put on k March fifth place and a scholar hip went to Wayne temme 15, Evansville ind. The Ixl four places in order Ivere won by Richard Adams 15, l Shamokin pa., Donald Wake. 14, of Detroit Travis 12, of Gainesville fla., and Carl Taras Chi. 15, of Trenton . Young Townsend won from a Field of 159 of the Gravity powered racers. He and the other racing Townsend Brothers Are sons of an employee at the guide lamp Divi Sion of general motors in Ander son. This year for the first time the Champion gets a two week air tour of european cities with an itinerary approved by the . State department As a Good will ambassador. After tonight s banquet of Cham pions Here Terry will go to York and on tuesday will leave for Europe. A special race was held for in 12th Lime in the last 13 years. Lary s performance was i smoothest of the season. The american league s biggest win nor a year ago with 21 triumphs Lary lost eight straight before Ealing the Ansas City athletics ast week. His Victory today was his sixth against 15 losses and in was his own Hilling that finally produced the win. Tries from outside the United slates and Young Vasko won the guest Tille. The Derby heals followed an opening Parade in Cool pleasant it Eather and the annual Oil can a race for celebrities. Daniel wins Sandhill net tournament Southern Pines n.c., aug. 8 Daniel of Leaksville rec times the run Crup today i on the Sandhill invitation Tennis Burna Mcnol. Daniel. North Carolina Cham Ion. Defeated Malcolm Clark of Southern Pines. 4-6, c-2. 8-6. 6-3. On three previous ventures in he tournament. Daniel finished Mccond to Bill Umstaedter of Abbeville . Umstaedter did not a scr this year. In women s singles play Louise Owler of Covington ga., do sealed Evelyn Cowan of coving on 8-6, 6-3. The Victor seventh asked in the South taught the ame of Tennis to the loser Ine ranked in the South. Fowler and Cowan teamed to Ake the women s doubles championship defeating Julia Ann Holl f Clia Lolle and Mary Lou Jones f Sanford 6-1. 6-0. The Fower Owan combination has been the Outh s lop ranked women s Dou Les Loam for seven years. In mixed doubles. Daniel Oil Defeated Cowan and c. I Otin cil of Kinleigh Ti-2, his sixth inning single drove in two runs that dissolved a 1-1 tic and handed Southpaw Billy Pierce his ninth setback. Donovan was nearly As effect Ive in the second game holding the tigers to eight safeties. Al one stage the big right hander re tired 13 batters in succession. Claiming Victory no. 14 again Only four defeats Donovan Gol Early help from his mates. The sox got single runs in the second third and fifth innings off starter Duke Maas and added another in Hie eighth against Al Aber on Sherm Lollar s ninth Home run. First game Chicago Detroit h n a in h o Aparicio is 4020 rolling 2b 4236 Fox 2b 3241 Kuenn is 5222 in 4 0 i 0 Bonne Job 4173 Minoso if 3010 Kallner 4120 of 2030 Maxwell if 4230 Rivera of 4120 Groth of 4140 Phillips 3b 4002 Wilson c 3010 Moss c 2 1 s 1 Finis an 3b 4222 c 1010 Lary p 4131 Pierce p 3002 totals 304346 totals 36 12 ?7 13 a Hicaro Ono 001 1 it Trout 100 00. 5 h Fox. Boiling Kuenn. Maxwell. Roth. Hoone. Pierre Rivera. Rib Fox boiling. Lary 2. Boone 2. 2b-Groth. Fox. Ballina. Boone. Do Pierce Moss and Toreson Kuenn rolling and Soone. Chicago 7. Detroit 9. 2, Lary 4. Pierce 3, 1. Pierce 5-5. Lary 1-1. By Ary Pierce. Lary 6 a Piert a Rune Umont. Rella Hurley. Second game Chicago Detroit a h o a a h n Beard of 40 1 boiling 2b 422 Fox 2b 4122 Kuenn is 402 Torteson in 2 1 11 2 Boone in 3011 Linoso if 3010 Kaltner 413 Dohy of 4110 Maxwell if 413 Hatfiel 3h 3201 Groth of 001 Despo to 3b 1 n 0 1 Atu Tlle of 312 Lollar c 4230 House c 412 Aparicio is 304 5 Fin lean 3b 411 Donovan p 3012 Maas p 1 n 0 Small 1 1 0 nor p 000 Philley 1 0 0 i Aber p 0001 reporter 1 0 0 Topalu 31 in 14 Tola i ran for Groth in 2nd. Singled for Maas n 5th. Grounded out for Byrd in 7th. A struck out for half old in 8th. Filed out for Aber in 9th. Chicago Oil 010 Detroit Fox 2, Doby. Lollar Small. Minoso. Tuttle. Lollar 2, Minoso scored on passed Ball in Boone. 21 half eld. 3b-Fox. Lin Lollar. So Aparizio. Illoso Roone. Boone ind Kuenn. Chicago 7. Detroit by Maas 2, Byrd 3. Aber 1. Dono an 2. Maas 1, Aber 1. To Maas zip Byrd 0 in 2. Aber 1 in 2. 1-1. Maas 3-1, Byrd 0-0, Abel hip Fly Donovan Orothy. Or House. A Bonotan 14.31. Maas 8-91 Papan Lla Hurley runs. 35.507. Winner the inf demonstration. Science shrinks piles new Way without surgery finds Healing substance that does both relieve haemorrhoids Mlo Nishino Ula temels like vow Vorva v. _ time science hns found n now Hon Liutik Wilh Ihrl is Loimil info a Billy to a Hritzik firmer Hoidn and to relieve pain wilment utter cry. I ruse Notor whelp pain. For Tinl reduction Ili Rining i look or nil results were 10 lilo Yoush luf imn nude have ceased to a Tho sorrel is a new Healing nub Fanneo. Of world famous research i Miln la. This is now available in Tuff Milru a nit pm Rel farm under the name reparation in Al. Jour druggist. Money Hack u. A. Rel Oft. Hebron dates vie at Turbeville Turbeville aug. 18. He Bron will meet dates Here Mon Day night at in the South Carolina Amateur baseball play offs. Hebron last week edged Gates 1-0, before bowing to Laminar 10-0, saturday night. The Winner monday will play Lamar wed Csomay night for the slate tide. Hebron will in the Home team for monday s contest. Sievers leads Sens Over botox Washington aug. 18 us of Sievers first Homer of the season against Boston pitching s Rand Slammer against Frank sul Ivan in the fifth inning enable cd Washington to defeat the red sox i-4, today. It was. Sievers 31si Homer. Ted Williams tied with Sievers r the runner up spot in the american league Home run race behind new York s a Limey Man a got a single in four chances. His average dipped a Point to .392. The red sox compiled a 3-0 Lead against the senators and chased Arter Pedro Ramos before Siev is connected to lift Washington no a 4-3 advantage. The blow in died Truman Clevenger to Post is sixth win and his first since Une 12. Rocky Bridges walked in the Fly inning. Clevenger bunted and old runners were Safe when sul Van threw to second base too to to catch Bridges. De Yost aimed but her Plews walked to 11 the bases. S i e Vars then rimmed his Homer into the left eld seats. Tie Homer was Sievers 21st at Riffith stadium tying the Park ecord set by Jim Lemon last sea on. Boston Washington feb h 0 a ill h o a Piersall cd 5130 Yost 3b 2002 Lails 55 3113 Picovs 2b 3021 Williams if 4110 Sievers if 4110 of non in 51111 Scull of 4 0 c 0 Talon a 3b 5101 in Beret c 4130 ii san of 3120 Runnels in 4 1 10 2 fallen 2b 3104 user of 4230 a trite c 3061 by laces is 3106 Ullvan p 3200 Kamos p 1011 Vail p oooo cd vencer p 2 1 1 0 Azacl in 1000 clock p 0000 totals 35 .124 in to int 31 7 or 13 out for Wall in 8th. 001 500 4 000 042 c Malzone. Sullivan Jensen Mauch Sievers usher. Runnels Cloven a Sullivan. Rib Klaus Iler Sall 2. Evors 4, Clev Erncr Plews Munch. Ill Ivan Malzone. Barb Crit. Vernon. A Vars much. Clevenger. Bos 10. Washington 6. Ramos 5. Sul Van 3. Civ anger 1. Sullivan 4. Clev Iser 2. A work 2. Ramos 7 in 4 2-3, Peng for 2 in 4 1-3, Sullivan 7 in 5 1-3, All 9 in 1 2-3. It Locc 0 in 1. Stil Van 6-6. Ramos 3-3, Csc Venter 1-1, Wall 0, Delock 0-0. By Sullivan Sullivan. Clevenger a sul Jivan a Flaherty Oij Lak sum mers and Honochick. Venturi St. Paul Victor with 266 St. Paul minn., aug. 18 we Rookie pro Ken Venturi won the St. Paul open Golf title today with a record equating under . A clinching Birdie on the last Hole gave him a final round of 68 that rolled Back the Challenge of fellow townsman Bob Rosburg. The two stroke Triumph Worth was the first for the 26 j ear old former Amateur Star since he jointed the pea tour last fall. His 72-Hole total on near perfect rounds of 66, 07, 65 and 68, matched the tournament record iced by Lloyd Mangrum and Gary Middlecoff. A 10-foot putt that would have Given Venturi an Eale on flip 72nd Hole and. A new tournament record missed by inches. Tied for third place at 269 were Howie Johnson of Houston who poured on an 8-under- 64 in an Effort to overtake Venturi and Mary Furgol of Lemont. 111. Atis Ralian Peter Thomson and Mike Souchak of Gros singers n.y., were next at 270. Playing with a deliberation that Iang cd the nerves of the big cry Venturi travelled the 72 Keller course s front nine in 33 and came Back in 35. He cemented his round with Long Back to pack Birdie putts on the ninth and tenth holes when it looked As Hough Rosburg Souchak and for time Young Dave Thomas of Ondon were ready to draw breast. The performance was Tho finest n the lean californian s career which was projected nationally for the first Lime when he led the 1956 masters tournament for three rounds playing As an Amateur. An 80 on the final round Cost him the title. He said after today s finish he thought he needed a Birdie on the final Hole to win and had no thought of a record score. Venturi ran into a skid on the Back nine when he bogeyed the 220-Yard, 3 15th and did the same on the 400-Yard 4 17th, where he hit his approach into the crowd and dubbed his third. But a was fortified by Birdie putts of 3 feet on the fourth 5 feet on Tho 18th, 30 on the ninth 20 on he 10th and 4 on the 15th. Hosburg the first round Leader ired a Fine 66, but could t crack on the final five holes when be had to. Furgol had a 69, Thom son a 67 and Souchak a 70. Super Royal highest test Premium 39c val., now 33 c at super a stations save 60 a gallon High school Ond uni Venity men get the new fall styling at it s Best authentic in every detail switch to custom Macu clothes designed and made for you alone by Schaefer master tailors. Suits to Clyburn the tailor 151 East Evani keeping current. Juror Ujj Economy i in flip illustration above you see a very Happy Man at a very wonderful moment. The Tille the keys and the car Are lie s Starling out on his first journey at the wheel. 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