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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 25, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaAge 2-b the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Thursday morning August Garcia Blanks botox for indians Avila Smith hit homers As tribe triumphs 2 to 0 cardinals 4-1 Cleveland aug. 24 we seven hit shutout pitching by Mike Gar Cia and Home runs by Al Smith and Bob Avila off tall Frank sul Van won the Cleveland indians 2-0 Victory Over the Boston re sox today. The Victory evened the two Gam series Between the America league Pennant rivals but Bosto holds an 11-9 Edge for the Scasso Kansas City hitting beats senators 5-0 Kansas City aug. 24 a Kan City combined Arnold Porto Carrero s shutout pitching and 34-hit attack including two Home runs for a 5-0 Victory Over Wash in Tenn today. It was Portocarrero s finest performance and first full nine inning shutout of the season As he picked up his fifth Victory against six losses. Hector Lopez who collected six nits in seven trips to the plate in Jie two came series with the senators Vic Power and Joe Salroth accounted for All of Kansas City s Ems. Lopez drove in three runs with three singles. Power who is run tie nip in the american league Bat. Ting race unloaded his 16th Home run of the year leading off the first inning and added a single in the sixth. Astroth provided Kansas City s other ran with a bases empty Homer in the fourth. It was his fourth of the season. Portocarrero was in trouble in Only one inning the third when Washington loaded the bases with two oits on an error and two walks. The As right hander ended the threat by getting Mickey Vernon on a foul Popup. Washington Kansas cite a h o a a h o a Tost. 3b 3021 Power in 4 2 9 o Vutz c 4 1 1 Osuh tar i 4 1 3 run is 2b 3 i 5 1 Valo. 4 3 4 404 Simps 423 Slev Camf 4131 ii pc. 3b 431 Paula of 4 0 1 1 Boyar. 21 .1010 Omirly c 4 0 8 or Jim 4133 Valdi so 3 0 2 4 Astroth c 4 1 3 n a n 000 of Loc to b 4 0 1 blobs p 1 0 0 0 Killebrew 1000 0 0 n o Tulili 31 3 k i to 11 57 got for Slobbe in 7th. Washlnrlon.000 of kans ii c or Tutt 100 a Luemer Valo 2 astr to. 2, Simpson. Runnels. Hr1 Power 3, Astroth. Astroth. It Demaestri and Power and Salroth. Demaestri and Power Valdzl Vicoso and Vernon Paula and Courtney. Washington 7, in Nib City 7. 1, Portocarrero 2. E Stobbs 1, Schollz 1. Portocarrero. Nathy 8 in 3, Stombs 4 in 3, Seh Milz j in 2. 4-4. Slobs 1-1. Chm Liz 0-0. Portocarrero 04. Carry in a Aberathy Rice Napp Grieve elevens. So far. Sullivan who lost his i2th against 15 won was lagged for a Homer by Smith the first Indian up in the first inning. Avila homered to Lead off the indians half of the sixth both clouts cleared the left Field Fence. Smith s Homer was his 18th Avila s his 10th. Otherwise Sullivan one of the few american league hurlers Wilh a Chance for 20 victories allowed no Indian runner to get beyond second base. Billy Goodman who had a perfect Day at Bat with four singles in four at bats got the majority of the botox hits off Garcia. The Victory was Garcia s second shutout of the season and his first Triumph since he beat new York 2-1 on aug. 3. Gene Woodling beat out two in held hits to make 17 of the last 18 Lames in which he has hit safely. Giants whip with homers new York aug. 24 Paw Don Liddic limited St. Louis o eight hits As the new York giants behind the Home run Hitlin of Wayne Terwilligor and Ray Katt Defeated the cardinals 4-1 today to even the two game series. A seventh inning Home run by Alex Grammas the first of the season for the Light hitting Short Stop spoiled Liddic s bid for a shut iut. The tiny Lethander who now is beaten cardinals three breaking the siring was one miss As a Pinch hitter. Boston Cleveland a n n a Aii n n a c 441 4 Smith cd 4 1 5 400 411 402 4 2 1 Jensen of 1 1 0 Al with of 4 i .1 3 111 0 Rosen rib 301 White c 4 0 9 1 Fain. In 3 1 8 3000 3 1 r 4 0 1 isl Kluss i 0 2 5 Sullivan p 3 1 0 2 Garcia p ,1100 Tola i 33 1 21 19 total 31 8 27 7 Boston of 000 Jmes had to pitch out of a deep Hole in the ninth to Register his seventh Triumph of the season. With one out. Bill Virdon Gol his Bird single of the game and raced o third on a double by Bill Sarni. Cd dec however struck out Ken and ended the game by retiring Grammas on a grounder. The giants collected Only six hits off Tom i Sholsky and Paul la palme but took advantage of a i couple of errors by Grammas to 21 score two unearned runs. Back to Juback homers by Terwilliger and Kail off Poholsky in the second accounted for the other runs. Poholsky was charged with the defeat his eighth against seven Corr Blind .100 no i Avila. Avilla. Avila. Avila and Kan White and Goodman. Bcleveland 5. 2, 7. Farcin 4. Rah Sullivan 2-2 Garela 0-0. A Garcia f 9-111. Ivan a soar a lung Summers Lurly. La juniors play today the Maple Park Little league Tuniors will Mel the Hallec Park Ottle league juniors on the Lim or High Field Loday p. M. The two teams met earlier in he season with Maple taking a lose decision at in Apoc Park. Should Maple win ii will not game of the season however Harllee should win another ame will be played. Victories. Kt.i.oi1is new Tiik an n n a a n o a Mot. In 3 0 b 1 Gardn 4016 Blu p i 1 0 1 0 10 0 sch cd Klub 303 cd 3 0 2 if 4 1 2 in 4 1 2 0 323 4 1 4 Otho son.3b 301 430 414 Sarni. C 416 Ontl. C 324 Len scr. 31 3 0 1 5 , p 3 0 0 Grain 4104 pc Polsky. P 2 1 1 1 a Lihen t 1000 0001 totals 3.1 112113 totals 31 82713 Oul in Nln Tulsky in 7th. A ground cd out Lor Muon in filth. 000 000 vow Vork 120 000 old . Mayn Terwell inc a. Halt. 2, Thompson. Moon. Term Uliter. Katt. Thompson. Ami halt. Grammas. Plays. Ter and lock Nan Gardner Terwil if tit and Lockman Boyar and Moon. Ull St. Louis 7, new York a 2. Us dec 2. Lyddle 3. 5 in of. Ilmic 1 in 2. A or Sholsky 3-2, a ilme 1-0. Iddle 1-1. Holsky Roctz. In sol Verne or. Four Brook homers beat cubs 9 to 5 Brooklyn. Aug. 24 a Brook n s league lending dodgers funded out a 8-5 Victory Over the Iii Ngo Culis today on the strength four Home runs into Ebbels iced s cozy left Field stands. The Home run barrage which in used two by Frank Kellert and be each by Gil Hodges and Roy Campanella gave Luss Meyer Mooth sailing As he racked up his Yankees win 3-2 to regain first Detroit aug. 24 new York Yankees slammed Back into first place in the american league today stunning the Detroit tigers. S-2, on a pair of dramatic ninth inning Home runs by Yogi Berra and Mickey Mantle. The Yankee Victory pushed them three percentage Points ahead of the Chicago White sox who split a doubleheader with the Baltimore orioles to Tumble into second place. 23rd Victory in 26 lifetime decisions Wilh his Chicago Meyer who had t started game since aug. 3, Wilh the help of Clem Labine turned in his fourth Triumph of the year against one defeat. He had two bad innings the third Ami sixth. Ernie Banks who had t driven in n run in 10 games knocked in two in the third with a triple. Eddie Mikuls doubled in two in the sixth. The dodgers accumulated 11 hits four by Carl Furillo who missed a Home run when Center fielder in Bolger knocked Down his drive that was headed for the left censer Field stands. Keller subbing at first base with Hodges moving to left Field drove in four runs Wilh his second and third homers of the season. Hodges followed Kellert s first four Bagger in the third Wilh his 22nd circuit clout and Campanella pre Lake City to Host pee Dee Loop playoff game tonight Lake City aug. 24 Hannah and Concord tangle Here tomorrow night at Wentworth Park in the third game of the pee Dee Amateur baseball league s double elimination playoffs for the state american baseball Congress championship. Both teams have lost once con Cord defeating Hannah in the first meeting and defending Champion Dales whipping Concord. The game originally was scheduled for last saturday night but was postponed because of rain. The Winner of tomorrow night s lame will Lake on dates at Lamar saturday night at same hour As the Hannah Concord game. Since tomorrow night s loser will in eliminated a saturday night Oiler trip to Battle Creek mich., for the defending champions As representatives of South Carolina. The National tournament will be held sept. 9. Albert Turner former Pitcher in the Florida state league will pitch for Hannah while Concord will Call upon their Ace Billy Williams former Tri state chunked. Panther Ducat sales Good Lake City aug. 24 season Lickel sales for the Lake City pan ther club reached the Halfway Mark today As sales chairman Bill Kourey announced that More than 200 have already been sold. A goal of 400 tickets goof for All Home games of the Lake City according to a report by the a Golf foundation 126 new courses were opened in 1954 com Victory for Oales would mean an pared with 52 in 1953. High school eleven has been set. The sales Campaign will continue until sept. 1, one Day before the panthers open the season with Marion. Sam h. Mcmeeking presiding Steward at Churchill Downs will retire at the end of this year after serving at the track for the past Hall hurls bucs Over reds 4 to 2 Pittsburgh aug. 24 us the i fourth inning when Post doubled Pittsburgh pirates whipped the Cincinnati reds 4-2 today on the strength of Dick Hall s six hit and a pair of Home runs. The pirates scored All their runs on the homers Hall s shot Over the left Field Wall in the fifth inning and Preston Ward s three run Belt into the lower right Field stands in the sixth. It was Hall s first and Ward s fifth of the sea the reds got their to runs in he ninth inning when Charley har Mon singled Home Wally Post from second and Matt balls singled lome Harmon. Hall did t allow a hit until the Duke University s football team under coach Bill Murray has won free Atlantic coast conference championships in four years. To left. He walked five and struck out two. It was his fourth Victory of the season against three losses. Cincinnati a h 0 a temple.2b 502 b 4131 3111 Cole. 3b 4102 Eddie Arcaro at 40 is having Klus Skub 4 1 8 Oiom 3 1 0 Post of 425 Vesaf 1100 Bell of 403 4 3 j o 3 1 3 3 112 0 202 4j.o n n.2b 4036 both pm n 1 0 0 3133 m my 200 4peters no 3030 Nuxhall. P 2 0 0 2 Hall p 3111 min 0000 a Audrith 1000 Collum p 0 0 0 0 a balls 1100 Smith 0000 totals 33 6 21 12 totals 32 10 27 ii out for Minarcin in 8th. Out for Bridges in 9th. Singled for Collum in 9th. For baits in 9th. Ran for Clemente in 6th. Cincinnati 000 000 oos-2 us Burgh 000 013 Tharmon Saffell Thomas. Ward Lall. A none. Ward 3, har Mon. Baits. Clemente. Groat. Burgess. Ward. S o Brlan and croat. Left Cincinnati 8, Pittsburgh 5. 5. So Hall 2. Colluro 1. 8 in 5 2-3 Minarcin 0 in 1 1-3. Collum 2 in f a i i 3 i a a Marcin u in i i a Tonus i in of his Best years As jockey j. 4-4. Minarcin of col Home plate. The Yankees used three pitchers with reliever Bob grim getting the Koll crts sixth inning smash vips nov Kilt in i Lvi. Victory. Bui he needed Heto nos Don Larsen in the ninth inning. Las in retired the last three tigers in order after Pinch Lii scr Jim Del sing had worked grim for a walk to Start the inning. Do Droit shot in to a 2-0 Lead in he first inning when Ai Kaline hit All homers were hit off Hacker who now has yielded .13 Home runs 13 to dodger hitlers in 35 innings. The major league record for Insl Home runs Given up by a Pitcher was set by Murray Dickson when he threw 39 Gopher pitches in a two run Homer off starter White in u u i j Berra and Mantle hit successive j Ford. Pm was s 13th do fact Home runs into the upper right manager Casey a Longel. Appear Field deck of Briggs Shari cum. Bring ing somewhat peaked resumed ing the yanks from behind for a command of the Yankees lie had vital Victory. They both connected missed tuesday night s game re against Steve Gromek who had a mailing in new York because of blanked the new yorkers on Onega stomach ailment. Safety for seven innings. After today s game Stengel said he Felt a Little Betler. Bauer. Detroit o a a ii 0 a 160 it inn is a 0 2 of utter. Of 4 1 3 1 050 against 10 triumphs this year. Chicago an h o a a n o a Finly 1i 4 1 5 0 Rah in Nib 3001 . 2b 5160 River. Is 3 1 2 s 532 rinks m 2 0 Sopkp if 3 0 l Miks Iob 2 t 0 of -1 n 3 Osni Tor. Of 1 4 1 Ouri Lurf 5 4 set 4 2 0 Ani Muf 1 0 s 0 chill c 2 0 a Sincli 1 am roman 1 0 0 07iinmer.2b 3 0 5 t mcc ugh c 0 0 n 1 my 1020i.ablne, p 0 0 0 0 Lyncker. P 2 Al 0 n 0 0 003 000 Lua Tola i 1 Ink in. 3h 3 n 1 1 2j.m.f Sjef 3 0 .1 i Brooklyn 0 0 0 1 0 35 324.9 poo of House. R -1 1 3 0 200 3 0 i n 1 1 o of Romek. P 2 o o i 000 Tabor p 0001 we of oink Janlin Mantle s blow i the facing of right Field stands fat 1. I in 3 in i Iii in 2 in Pyllu. Aberl 0 in l. Conn 0-0. I arson u 0. Inn a i of. Ity ironic u i Uinski k i Numil a nyint. T 1 in. A u Folly in err. In nuts 2, lob Tyson. A cps 2. . Furillo Rolleri 2, hoi Nice. Renkei going into the eighth the Lone Yankee hit was a tainted single by Phil Rizzuto in the third inning. Rizzuto s slow grounder had 4 a. Skipped under the Glove of Earl j 5 i s of r o o o Torgeson at first base and As the i Collins in 3 o innings wore on it appeared As j ,1, though the hit would deprive Gro-1 2 i Mek of a no hitter. A but the Veteran right hander who i Koni. Has t pitched a Complete game since june 30 weakened in the i a new n. P o n n o eighth and lost his shutout on ,1 Trio of singles by Andy carny. Pinch i. Sec in rim hitter Bill Skowron and Hank Bauer. Still Gromek held a 2-1 entering the ninth. It did t last very Long. Llor ii la Para. Mall Rerra leading off Las lied his 22nd Homer on a line into the seats Iso i. Aii some 335 feet away. Then Mantle the league s loading Homo run Ter followed with his 33rd hoi totals is 11 37 no win . Fundy. Zir Okroso Turmol. H Inmann rift 2 i links l1 pc Larrt 4. Hal pcs. My Kew 2. Ranks. Mik nil . S of comp Anolah he mid Kilt Fri Horn Filiti 7. A Rooklyn 9 . 1. Trimi a 1. Mrs to 2. Ihl Litkin 2. 3. A 2. Lio Harker ,1 in a a nip out m i Tillman 1 in a Nicl 2 in 2 mryt a 8 in 7 1-3. 1 m 1 2-3 fl-7. Hill Ian 1-1. Try incl 0-0 i-4. Hiu it ill and an. A . T. 2 admission 9m. Champion raceway _ Fayetteville n. C. St. Anthonys to meet Belks is. Anthony s of Tho school league will moot Hooks lit i he City Loop thursday at j St. Anthony s runner up in men s sunday league will go Wilh Nee i Lilener Rill Poison while Hooks will go Wilh Laskell Thomas. Hellis was the Collar club in Tho ily Loop. This will he played at i Maple Park. Magnolia Heights and i c enral will moot in the first game i ill 7.1.v this is in the Hoy s Sui ulay school Loague play ills fur Tho Loam to meet Amman incl in the semifinals. 36 years. Mcmeeking 66, saw his he led the Aqueduct riders Ila 2 2 a hair first Kentucky Derby in 1908. 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