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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - May 19, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaThursday morning May the Florence morning news. Florence. 8. Cd f age 1-b response Good for baseball Drill is Marion Florence women vie off time is set at a. M. Today for the match play Handicap Between the women s Golf association and the women s Golf association of Marion. Play will take place on the local links. If 2 11 goes Well the Marion Fern duffers May request a return and the local girls will the necessary arrangements to them. J As the Tec women reach the turn they will find refreshments await Fig. Pairings air announced As Fol lows a l Lewis and Hotellen Bennett Florence is. Evelyn Guyton and Carolyn Battle Mary Lewis and Irish Clark Florence is. Mac Anderson and Helen Zemani Mary Orr and lib Allen Flor ence is. T. T. Steadman and Madelyn Poidl Cam Quinz and Madge phase Florence is. Anne Mclntyre and Ann Martin Georgia Tallevast and Eloise Clayton Florence is. Rose Marie Edwards and Charlotte Finger Kitty Baker Florence is. Lois Walpert knifed Milwaukee May 18 Ery performed late today for re Moval of Eddie mallows Appen Dix was a Success and the slugging third baseman for the Milwaukee braves is resting comfortably his surgeon or. Irwin Schulz said. Mat news earlier to Day after an attack of acute appendicitis is expected to be out of the braves lineup for at least month. Braves manager Charlie Grimon moved Andy Pafko from right Field to third base. He sent Henry Aaron irom. Jell. And moved Between 40 and 50 at initial workout Between 40 and 50 candidates reported yesterday for practice with Florence s entry into the Palmetto baseball league and although a number of highly recommended players Are still to put in their first appearance manager Fred Holland seemed highly optimistic with those who turned out yesterday. Holland announced that further workouts would be halted until 3 o clock saturday afternoon due to a re sodding of the infield. For the saturday workout Holland expects to have the rest of his College players on hand and should be Able to get a slant on key positions shortly thereafter. Most of the candidates who went through lumbering up exercises yesterday were local products and veterans of City softball and Pec Dee Bush leagues. However there were from the uru ver the vacancy left by Mathews irom Jet m Ngwu approximately 200 people shown at top turned out yesterday for shooting exhibition on the Bobby Whoso Nanto skeet and trap shooting ranges located Southeast of Darlng ton on Montclare Road. Ken Beagle assisted by his wife showed experienced handling of More than a dozen types of rifles and shotguns. He is considered an expert Marksman and is employed by Remington Peters gun and ammunition manufacturers. A highlight of the show was the shoot ing of a bar of soap from the hand of his wife by Beagle morning news photos by Kirkland Rookie Relief i Char de Roe of the dodgers led the Ter National league last year in Complete games with 20. Marion lower state class b champions Summerville May 18 mar on s Norman Foxworth and Billy 3ullard teamed up Here today to pitch Marion to its second straight Victory Over sumo Nerville with a 2-0 Victory that gave the swamp foxes their second consecutive lower state class b High school baseball championship. I Oxworth who worked the first six innings gave up Only four scattered hits but coach Jack Lyon decided on a Gamble and sent his Ace Bullard to the Mound at the Start of the seventh. Bullard who beat Summerville 2-1 in the series opener hurled witless Ball the rest of the Way. For the second time in As Many games the locals came up with a triple play against the foxes. It was t however quite As wierd As the one pulled at Marion. It came after successive singles by Fox orig Shelley and Ricks had loaded the bases in the seventh inning. Markup Bethea bounded score but the Ball was Cut off and Crown Back Home where Shelley Vas out. After tile tag on Shelley sum Merville Catcher Clayton Douglas threw to third where Ricks Wasj aged for the third out. Foxworth had started the rally that netted the foxes their two runs in the fifth inning. After open ing the inning with a single he was replaced by Shelley on a Field ers Choice. Ricks singled Shelley Home and scored himself on a sin Gle by Bethea. Next week the foxes meet the Winner of the Kershaw Taylors series for the state title. Kershaw which Defeated Marion for the title last year carries a 1-0 Lead into tomorrow night s second game at Taylors. Marion .000 020 8 1 Summerville .000 000 4 1 to Short the relay to Home or. Ripley please note George Powell does t think anyone will believe this fish Story he and his wife who live seven Miles out of Florence on he Charleston Highway were fish info at red Hill near Johnse Mville last summer when his wife caught one of the biggest red breast they had Ever seen. It was t any bigger argued Powell than the one he had caught that morning. To Settle the argument they Cut off part of his Tail Fin so it would be easy to distinguish from the one Hicks c. Long and c. Douglas. Forced Foxworth. A throw to Sec Ond promoted Shelley to try to cords Shade dodgers 3 to 2 tigers get three in tenth to win Baltimore May 18 youngster two years out of a bal Lary held the Baltimore orioles helpless for the first live innings and was reached for Only five hits after that but needed a Throe run to purge by his Detroit mates in the Loti inning to win 6-3 today. The 24-year-old right hander was timbre High school to sew up on the verge twice of losing after uie orioles tied the game 3-3 in the sixth when they scored All their Nins it was up to store. Kaline knocked in Kuenn from second base with a single and Fred Hatfield s single drove in two moire to give him four for the game. Kuenn drove in Detroit s first j run in the Tim inning with a Al Kaline. The senators end Long drought with 7-2 win Washington. May 18 a the hit starved Washington senators punched Over four runs m a first inning today and then coasted to easy 7-2 Victory Over the City athletics tie single. I Detroit Baltimore Broo Klmle a h o a a ii o a 5 1 .1 5 Cox.3b-2b j 1 2 1 Tuttle of 3 0 1 of tub. In 4 i 11 0 5 2 i 0 Evers. Of 2 0 2 0 Fain in 3 0 12 1-Moore, p 1002 steady pitching Stone. Of Lethander Dean hut were Able to capital fifth when flick Siim crowd of 1.061 paid spectators watched Stone rally from a Toky Start to pitch the senators Back into sixth place in the Ameri can league standings. Stone got his second Victory of the Stason four losses. The a s had two big scoring chances i7.e Only in the two on four of their Ohio singles off the senators Smith Paw. Tommy Umphlett with three runs fitted in and a great catch was the Washington Star. Umphlett and it to Runnels each knocked in pair in the opening Frame As the so lors collected four hits Phis a Watt off the a s starter Art Ceccarclli. Kansas cite Schali 000 1 Kenn 1000 0 0 of d 3020 0 0 Smith c 4 0 5 of 0 1 ooze ring of 3 1 4 1 3 0 3vounf1-2b 2002 1 6 2babraiiis i 0 0 n -1-1 fip.vbimi.31j 1 1 0 Lory p 431 3 1 3 Hok in p 1 0 0 0 a Oan if 2010 Johnson p 0 0 0 0 totals 38 ii 30 totals a 30 11 for Horovin in 6lh. Into fielder s Choice for Young n 7th. for Fain in 10th. Sacrifice Fly for Delsing in 10th stroll to Lati More kid mar Kuenn Tuttle 2, Kline 2. Malmborg Defeated Springfield 9-3 Here ton. 2b Aaron. Adcock. An do Spahn. O Connor and a now York 9, Milwaukee 7. In Antonilli 1. Spahn a Jolly 1. So an Long Ali 5. Spahn i. In at Icid a Itoda to even their Best of three Ujj hit us Roonce. 2b-Cox, rink. Soj Tutler Kulim Buono. Do Malmbe Alt ii 0 a d m i 1 Henna. Of 3 1 Paw it. I 4 2 Nill. If 1 1 Ivi Unn. R 4 t Juv. 3b -1 1 w so 4 2 i Vili. I Al Washin Fiton an ii Frost 3b s 0 is 2 1 of or 5 2 of Qinnn. Luj .1 2 oru by. Of 4 1 of 2 1 ii. Levin k 2h 0 0 0 p to 0 0 0 1 to i 1 l n. P i u i i i n k i1 Ai ii o a 0 1 2 n hns lil in 7lh Ralty in Iii mix 11 . Ill non. Kline. A limn 2. Its by i Llella. w sol Ali. Kinlon Kller. Illel ump loll .1, 2, 1 Nola Power Vernon. 211 . Ilion he. I Aiila in in filet Una Vernoni Kline tunnels und Vornon. Inn ally 7t Walii Notton 7, in _ clone 1, i. So Stone 4, comi Elli i 1. Iid Frorer Neril 7 in 2 1-.1 cer Ummil 3 in .1 2-.1. Car Man 1 in 2. It kit 1-1, 0-0, nirm a Klone 2-4i. Boeriu Rhi Fo-2l. To Annn shirk. Umont Florimel i a Maimu. T third Victory in seven Cleveland .21 new York 19 Chicago Detroit .12 Imore .10 today s g York 11, Chicago 5 Riveland 13, Boston 0 Detroit 6, Baltimore 3 i 0 innings j Washington 7. Kansas City 2 Haddix hands no leaders third straight setback giant uprising defeats braves Spahn i to i Basinger wins Rocky mount n.c., May 18 an upset Victory by Young Buzzy Basinger Over defending Champion Johnny Mccann and a comeback Triumph by big Dave Smith of Gastonia featured firs round action today in the Carolina Golf Assn. Amateur tournament. Basinger 18-year-old University of North Carolina freshman from Charlotte made a surprising bid for the 41st Cha title by sidelining Mccann 4 and 2. The fish angered at having his Tail bobbed Star try to fight Back and nipped out of Powell s hands breaking off the Hook in his jaw and bounced Back into lynches River. You can prob ably Fuess the caught a red breast Back of the Florence county prison farm some 30 Miles up Hie River with a piece of his Tail Fin missing and a bit of Rusty Hook in his jaw. I did t know they travelled that said Powell. Sily of South Carolina who arrived just in time to get in a Brief work out. Among these was Florence s own Larry Jewell who teamed with Lalta s Frank Ellerbe for gamecocks double play Combina Tion. Ellerbe win probably play with he lives nearer that town. Others from the Bird Roost were Sammy Vickers Jack Nidiver Tom Norton and Fred Cooley. Nor ton and Cooley ire if than pitch ers while Vickers and Nidiver play the Outfield or infield. The biggest Surprise turnout Wai first baseman George Brodie a vet eran of Palmetto league action at Hartsville and Darlington. Holland Luid gone to Hartsville looking for the lanky slugger saturday and Learned that he had moved out of town. Today he Learned that Bordie and his family had moved to Florence. Another local product who turned out and figures to be a serious contender is outfielder George Jor Dan a Veteran of professional baseball pee Dee and City league softball. In other business yesterday hol land and directors of the sponsor ing Florence athletic Assn. Consid ered uniforms offered by a couple f sporting goods dealers. Orders vill not be placed however until ans have selected a nickname for he team. An earlier poll to pick the name a did Way tie Between nightingales rockets and red raiders. A Runoff which ends at Midnight Friday will select one of hese three. Fans Are urged to mail to Cir bal lots to Post office Box 1186. Of the persons selecting the win Ning name will receive two sea son s value of Home hunk by lir associated Tress Luszowski Rcd cps Wiriz. Incr a ski. Indians Mantle Robinson Van Apps Stephens 2, Rivera Courtney whip inv Morton Lopata Dickson Phillies Banks spake cubs Adcock proves. National won lost act. Behind Phillips if 00 4 Boone 0 0 5 Wilson c 5 St. Louis York Milwaukee Cincinnati Pittsburgh Philadelphia ,.25 is .15 ,.is .17 .12 .73 .5-i.i Nev yesterday s results York 4, Milwaukee 2 to .353 .300 13v4 j5 St. Louis 3, Brooklyn 2 Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 1 j Chicago 3-7, Philadelphia 2-5 today s 2 new York at is Johnson Only game scheduled Sherwood wins Springfield May 8 scr Milwaukee May 14 new York giants slammed Ace Warren Spahn for three runs on four hits in a sixth inning rally to whip Milwaukee 4-2, tonight and Damp the second place braves Down to fifth. New York Milwaukee Al h o a a h o a St. Louis May 18 Harvey Haddix continuing sensational St. Louis pitching that has permitted a Only two runs the last five games tonight broke a personal five game losing Streak and handed the league leading Brooklyn dodgers their third straight setback 3-2. The cardinals fifth straight Vic tory and seventh in the last eight Aines was a result of two dodger errors that made two of St. Louis runs unearned. St. Louis dark is Irvin. If Mays of a Kman a Kail c Arl Todi s 402 1 4 Loffman is 3 0 Pafko 3b 3 0 Aaron 2 0 n 1 3 0 2 1 0 023 1 1 1 3 1 0 5 o 4000 4 Adcock in 4 i 10 j 402 4 1 5 opt the. P 2 0 1 Oblen Lon i 0 0 3 Joil p 000 it inner 27 n totals Broo Klix Viii 0 a 4 is 4 f 3 sni Tor. Cam n la Kellerup Hoak Comoros Podres p allowed Labine p do blur totals a h o a 4030 2 Moon of a 1 1 0 0 Omu Mal in 3 0 10 403 Isar i c 3 2 7 3 l 0 Osl h d 202 a 2 1 rep skua 301 4 2 12 2boyer. 3b 3 0 0 000 Ogram 3 i 2 3 0 1 3 Haddix p 3 0 0 100 Osc Hulu p 0 0 1 2022 1000 total. A Safe on error for Katt in 8th, a Alicd out for Spahn in 7th. C for Jolly in 9th. New York m Milwaukee "i11 0 1 060 7 21 totals 28 4 27 11 a out for Podres in 7th. B Han for Kollert in 9ti. Out for dimmer in i grounded out for Labine in 9th. 0 2 6 27 Llast. Louis by Il-1 Zirillo Hodacs Virdon. Non Gram is e Podres a Cess. Sch Send inst Hodacs. Killer a. 010--1 a dark Trvin. Maps. Thompson. Hru Kunn and 1 and Fain. Kit Enn Mali Berk ind j. Phillips Vienne and Waitkus 7. Baltimore 6. Ito Iovin 1, Moore 2. Schallock 1 so 5. Hot Ovin 3. To Moskvin 7 in 6 Moore 3 in 3 1-3. A Hallock 0 in 0. Jolt i on 1 in 2-3. 3-31. Korovin 3-31, Moore 3-3t. Schallock Johnson hoi. A Ury 3-41. 1 Moore a i. A Mali Tulej. A Lautt Ray Lulak to series for the lower state class b s at one win apiece. The deciding game will be played tomorrow probably at Orange Burg. Mas Jolly 0 in 2 a or Antonelli 2-2 Spahn 3-3 Jolly 1-0. Hip by Antonelli Pafko Llod Ces Keller 2. Of . In to a Brooklyn 7. St. Loim 3. By Podres 1. Haddix 2. So Podres thaddic 5.1 Schulli 1. To i orcs to 6, Labine in 2, Haddly 7 in 8 1-3. Schultz 0 in 2.3 3-1. Labine 0-0, Haddix 2-2, Schlimu 0-0. 4-2 Boggess. Connan knife in i a-21-507-_______ a Antonelli a Donn Trulli. I Xvi Conlan Bih Murray football coach a-As.102. Duke is chairman of the Mcaa i coaches Assn. Committee on ethics. Ihn t Belks belted 75-7, As Sun Crest two one sided Raines were played in the City softball league last night. Southern dairies lambasted he Belks nine 15-1. In the Nicht c lip Sim Crest powered nine runs to Ilar Llee i cards three tallies. Cribbs. Hurling for the milkmen allowed Belks Only a sprinkling of Well scattered hits and lost a Shi Itulid Only when sin in went to third pm i error and scored on Harrill s Long out my. Five runs in the first clinched the win. After Ward walked Hoffman and Henderson each hit safely. Brown and Hill were issued free passes mid both scored on n fielder s Choice Piny find n couple of infield errors. For the Hii Ellec Guin ads ii was n Loush rec Nizik us Sim Crest s slur Jajch Sillo led his opponents Only two Hing los. Barbary us led the hitting for the winners with four for five two of them doubles Belks s. Dairies .000 1 .503 025--15 rim Crest 300 0-9 .001 020 0-3 ii. Guards elks tigers take i games in elks Lite league a times played tuesday and wednesday afternoons respectively the tigers came up with victories Over Phil lips Esso and Myca. A 4-2 result ended tuesday s game against the Esso nine while on wednesday an shutout was hurled by Law rence Leslie. Leslie allowed Only two hits in the Early innings and went on to Ali Lily handcuff they lads. Tinct s Hilling stars were Norl Lichtl with and Caulder s in. Being a Kripl i Lii lips Kassu shortstop Cook a i i l eco put night. He hit a pair of singles and a double in three trips. Kowler went the route for Tom Victory and allowed five scattered hits. None of the Gas station men were allowed More than a single Safe Knock. Phillips Esso oof 002-2 tigers if .22.1 010-8 Pep wins Detroit May 18 w former Willi Pep on 15 years rim experience tonight by unanimously out pointing fill Cadilli otitis an Geles in a id round nationally Tele Vised fight at olympic stadium. Pep of Hartford conn., weighed in Dill i2fi a. Bolh fighters displayed lightning Speed in Early rounds but Pep Bax ing his i kith bout and just too much experience for uie comparative big inner irom the it visa. Al Ica .000 re leg Rookie hands pirates seventh loss Cincinnati May 18 a Cin innate Rookie Rudy Minarcin to Day sent uie Tail spinning Pitts Bui i pirates to their so vent nigh pirates to their seventh lit pitching. Minor in in his first major Leaf Iii Start retired in or Der if batters from uie third in Ning to the ninth. I Cincinnati All h 0 a All ii 0 a Sal fell. Of .1 0 3

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