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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 17, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaFlorence morning news sports news sunday morning july the Florence morning news. Florence. C Page 1-b by Jimmie fowl one of those problems on which apparently no action can to taken arose at the Palmetto league meeting in Lake City wednesday evening before the Loop s All Star Graham beats tigers 6-1 As gales end loss skein evening before the Loop where Are our Jans. There were at least half a dozen reasons tossed into the Hopper but no solutions. Everybody has done just about everything that can be done and still people Are staying away by the thousands. Probably the thing that has done the most to Hurt baseball is the better Standard of living. Since the game was founded a baseball ticket was about the cheapest form of entertainment the sports enthusiast could buy. Hurls Fourr a r leads hit Parade by Jimmie ii Owle morning news sports Enlil or Hal of enc Wildman Billy Graham Down everybody taking Home More pay these on four sidles while driving in two runs and starting a they be invested it in things like Jrolf clubs fishing equip four run seventh i Mihir As the gales knocked off the to tent and boating Irenr. Now they can be their own Gers 6-1 last night in a Palmetto league baseball con roes strolling Down the fairways wrestling with a Bream test to end a six game losing Streak or floating Down the River. They no longer have to watch Graham pitching his first Complete game of the sea a baseball team perform. Soili the second of their last first can stomach Only so much baseball and after hearing a a Lilly game after after walking Bill Leonard and Claude Myers to open the Frame he wild pitched them up another Peg and mor Ris sacrifice Fly to right Field got Leonard across to break the scor ing ice. The gales bounced right Back with a tally in the second on Ken fryc s Only extra base Knock of the Graham s one baser through the Middle. Graham put them ahead in the fourth with a sacrifice Fly to right after new first Alt Man had singled and moved around a pair of sacrifices by Frye and Howard Tunstall. N the seventh Graham Gol i grounder to hop Over first Bast Nan Elmer lot s head for i second single of the night am noved around to third on Larr Jewell s sacrifice an error am Robert Richardson s bunt single. A wild pitch that hit Home Plati scored Graham and after buddy Nidiffer forced Jewell at the plate Altman grounded out to first i. Send Fry thei managers " night. Lake City had a milking contest to rained out and that has been rescheduled. J the gales had Only one these Are Good moves for the clubs and maybe when scoring Opportunity and that a the second half opens tomorrow night things will Start the first when Richardson pick up. Walked and Harold Jordan single broadcast every afternoon or seeing a game on to he in t too much inclined to pay to see another that night. Some of the directors guessed that there Are a few people who would rather stay Home nights and watch their favorite program than turn out for the game. It s possible but most of those who do must have forgotten what a Good baseball game is like. Also advanced was the possibility that civic clubs have grown so much that they re cutting Down the at Tendance. This too is reasonable. Another conclusion was that the games have been too Long. But the games have been moving off in much less time of late and the attendance has dwindled even More. Winning and losing Don t seem to have had much effect. Even Lake City is hurting and about the Only team currently that appears to be holding its head above water is Mullins which has a greatly improved club and is Start ing to Roll toward the top. Whatever the clue to the mystery of the missing fans there can be Only one none of the clubs have exploited All the possible angles to win Back their fans. Lake City had its episode with the goats and like Florence has had Giveaway and ladies nights. Both worked temporarily but the fans did t stick. Flor ence currently is planning three promotional hog calling contest a merchants night and a grandstand take pair igers from shaky Yonks Detroit july 16 a Day. Kne s blazing Bat. Backed up effective route going performances by Ned Carver and Billy Hoeft As the Detroit tigers swept a doubleheader from the wobbling new York Yankees 6-3 and 2-1 before 12.983 fans at Briggs stadium to Kaline hammered a two run Homer in the seventh inning of the first game snapping a 3-3 tie and sending Carver on his Way to his third straight Victory. Then the sensational 20-year-old outfielder delivered a key run scor ing single As the tigers scored twice in the fifth inning of the Nightcap to give Hoeft his ninth Triumph against Only three losses. I 31120 Loone. 3b 4 1 0 1 m iralil.2b 4 2 1 3211 Lilly in 1 1 100 0 House t l o n 020 2022 allow Anil 100 Ogave Hiz Zulu is 1 0 1 1 esk Wron 1000 Kuekes p 2000 Konst 1010 totals 30 8 24 12 totals 35 11 13 into double play or Hunter in 4th. Nut for Carey in Atli. Out for Rizzuto in Fork 200 001 Collins Berra Turtle. Kalin 2. Boone Maxwell 2. In Hunt to third. But Hemingway starter George Compton got Nidiffer to pop out and Allman to ground out to end the Frame. The tigers got half their hits off Graham in the third inning but failed to score. After complot s one baser opened the Frame Bob by Elinor popped Hack to Graham on an attempted sacrifice. Then Lott drilled one into Center to move Compton to second but Nidiffer made a Fine catch of Bill bar Nell s liner at deep shortstop and flipped to Jewell to double off the Hemingway hurler. The visitors had another threat cooking in the fourth but it also failed to produce. After Leonard had walked Jor Dan threw Over Allman s head after Fielding Myers grounder to put men on second and third with none. Out. Wyman Morris who had hit homers in four consecutive games before last night bounced out to Altman and de Weiss popped up to Frick. After walking Jack Mcginley Graham got Compton to Bounce out to Nidiffer to end the inning. The game played before a Small but enthusiastic audience was reeled off in 2 hours and 10 min utes despite several rhubarb kicked up by the Hemingway management. The gales have one first half ame to make up and that will in played at Hemingway wednes Day night. They play Georgetown Here tuesday night for their ionic game of the second half and Ace Slimmer thursday in a grand stand managers night. Manager Ben Gregg said he Wil Al the fans do the calling of Strat egy turns for the game with the Florence Pony leagues who will take on Conway in the first round of the District six tournament at Sumter monday afternoon Are shown Here. Members of the squad left to right Are front Row Bat boy Bert Young Tom Ken Nedy Charles Bagnal Roy Ham Bill Price Billy Breeden Robert Smith Jerry Stallworth Back Row assistant coach Marion Lee Jerry Streett Bobby Mccarter Kirk Cobb will Haseldon Ken Lester George Corbin and coach j. J. Jeff Era. Two other members. Bill Pearce and cub Bair were not present. Morning news photo Mullins Rolls to 19-4 Victory Over Sumter Kaline Hud four hits for the Day 2 0001r 2 a Hunick. Kin Hob Ali Sun Maxwell 2, a Cusp. A Ift ing his league leading batting line 2. Job ii wins. . Kun i. Lake cily 17 r. Mullins 1.1 9 geor Pelmon l i 11 11 Al Norm a 1 Fuller 4 17 i night s it mlle nor Rorr i. 1 mailing i. So mar monday Mem s Ian in mums at it Ctm n Homi Neway Al Lake Cilly us Maxwell. Kaline. In u slam or toil i Milf National by the Sec behind j line hit 39 .5-17 a 43 my 4-1 .1711 19 w .4711 Vidik a Mih Vaux. Pills Linch is. I Oil i j. Cincinnati Cincinnati it had Ken my if v5 into lifting average four Points to .37.1 the twin defeats shaved York s league Lead to three games i 1. 2. Over second place Chicago and 3slyer 3. So i. Carvery Over third place Cleveland. J7 in 5 Konstanty Carver gave up eight hits in first game and Helt five in second As the tigers swept their first this your. They j had Lai cd in nine previous tries. J after four scoreless innings in Vrh tin1 Nightcap the timers broke i Loose against Addic Ford j Tih ubin. With one Mil and a runner on first. Harvey Kunn. Bill Tutler and a almost identical ground angles to Center. Kaline s hit proved to be the winning one. The Yankees Lone run came on a tremendous Home i run in the eighth by Bill Skowron. Wlm hit a vicious liner into the Corner of the right Center Field i bleachers some 400 feet from the i plate. . Els. Hemingway Abri Poa Isnor 2b 4 0 0 5 2 Oil in 3 i 1 n1 Jarnett of. 5 o 1 2 0 Eonard c 3 1 0 2 1 layers is 30014 Lorris 3b 3 0 1 0 5 Veiss if 3 o 0 1 0 if o 0 o 0 0 Mcginley re 3 o 0 2 o Ompton p 3 o j o o Lussler p o o 0 0 0 i o 0 0 0 totals 31 1 4 21 13 Florence Jewell. 2b Richardson if Jordan 3h Nidiffer is Altman in Frye of Hod. Tunstall of r Rick. C Graham p totals de Mclendon sports correspondent Mullins july Mullins pitchers held the Sumter lets to six hits to night and right fielder Allan Powell clouded a grand slam Homer As the second place planters of the Palmetto league thumped the cellar dwellers 19-4 Here. Mullins Pilot Gault Beeson try no to give As Many members of stanza overshadowed his pitching staff As possible Chance to get in some Mound duty week used Louis Dickman Pete Hickman Billy Bullird and Roger Sheppard against the jets scored in Only one inning the sixth. In that Frame the visitors put together three Hils including a double by Junior South fall a walk and two errors to score All their runs. Powell s bases loaded Home run came in the Bottom of that same besides the two homers which netted the planters six runs tin Mullins club tallied two More in that inning on a double by Billy Johnson a single by Llic Mai and three straight free passes. The planters had another big in Ning in the second when they exploded for seven runs on. Three safeties two of them doubles by Ueland Lambert and Don Lewis four errors a base on balls and one lilt batsman. An in a Mullins four other runs came in blow by pairs in the third and fifth frames. Sumter All r 11 o a Phillies squeeze past Chicago 5-4 16 Philadelphia. July rallying after another shaky Start that included a 2-run Homer by Ernie Banks Robin homers rec Ojo ded his 14th win of the season huh All ii of a ii 0 a .1 i n 4 Kurzin. Is t 2 i for Weiss in Sill o 4 2 out for Slussler in 9th. 00 0 i so 2 my Vokk All ii of . If 312 pm a -.llu-.v, of 4 l Al run Mantle if a to 0 r. . R 1 i 3 riti.r1. Kalim of a 2 j la i ii 9 i 1 n 0 4 0 .m.-Mllr. Al 422 i Al ii . 11 4 0 2 i Wilson. .109 Muu 3 i 3 1 m inirx.2l 2 to 3 re .1010 Lvov i. P 300 Sivera. R 2 1 f. O Alt Era. C 2 0 1 0 i Oil ii. 0 to 1 32 5 24 ii .1 Oil dulled out fur if i i Hemingway Sil York nil 31 8 87 8 n 7lti. I Nili. Mil 000 i 000 z it ski Ron. Kun Kiu in. Chi skim hit Pinr. Ii no air skin my s i i i if 4 5 2 . Of 4 i r kill 4 1 if. S 211. n. Malmi Rwjr. Till la. . 2r or i. York 7. I. So t n. A kit i 2-2. I i. Utry. , 111.31 i i Vici Jordan Tunstall. M Ris Compton. H Alt Man i Eye 2, Graham 2. Frye. Frye to stall. Morris Graham. Do and Jewell. Hem Ingway 12, Florence 6. Graham a Compton 3. Ton 1. Graham 3. Compton. Winning Pitcher Graham d-2i. Losing Pitcher Compton 13-p. Ski and Smiht. A r h to a 30021 31130 31102 4 1 0 4 s 4 i 1 0 0 31210 3012 3 n n 4 j today As the Philadelphia Phillice r. O Oul Lac cubs 5-4. Homers by Andy Sminick and Hoy Smalley accounted for Lori. Runs in the second and put the Phillies ahead to stay. For Roberts it was the 16th com plete game of the season. He has lost seven games. Chicago s six 010 Noo 010 100 Hils were the two homers two triples double and single. Lloyd Merriman opened the grime with a walk took second on passed Ball and managed to escape a rundown play and score after Gerte Baker filed t Homer. Marv Blayock followed with a single and Smalley with his Homer. Chicago an h i a Alt ii o a Marr 3 1 2 it .1 i 2 a Welch 3b, c Ilam Scher is Southall of Lucy in Walker a of Morrison of Rosefield 3b., Brown. White if Williams. 2b l. Brown p a. 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