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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - May 21, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaThe Florence morning news Florence s. C. Saturday morning May 21, 1955 Hank Thompson new York giants third baseman has the Ball but is too late tagging Joe Adcock of the braves advancing from first to third on a fourth inning single by Danny o Connell. In Milwaukee. Adcock later scored on a Fly Ball by Del Crandall. Giants won 3-2. A photo Phi Hies whip dodgers 5 to 3 pee Dee Amateur leagues slate eleven games today Over half of the regularly sched schedule used games in the pee Dee Amateur baseball league were rained out last saturday. Of the five games played one was protested. East Clarendon s 4-3 win Over Timmonsville at Black Creek Dales at Lamar Covesville at Lydia Indian Branch Pamplico at Wentworth mfg. Of. In Lake City Hebron at Hannah Evergreen at Sumter hangs in the balance Hyman Blossom Hannah awaiting a decision of the protest i at Johnsonville Turbeville at according to Warren walkup of Manning Sandy Bay at Elim sum Timmonsville director for the Florence county recreation com Mission and executive Secretary of the Loop. Other results were Concord 6, Elim 4 Turbe vibe 6, Sardis 2 Sandy Bay 6, Manning 4 Hebron 22 Wentworth mfg. Co. 3. Today s schedule sets a full slate of activity. All 22 of the teams will play if weather permits. The Ter Cio at Sardis and Concord at East Clarendon. Cockell s Pilot charges Marciano s to rigged Chicago. May 20 British heavyweight Don Cocker s Mana Ger today asserted Champion Rocky los Arciano s to Over cock til monday night was at the same time he said Cockell would return u this country for a Seattle bout in late july. Cockell and his party stopped hero in Rouie from san Francisco to now York where tuesday he will sail to England. The Stocky britishers his wife. Irene and his manager John Simpson Suh were bitter Over Marciano s tactics and the official Tenor of Cockell s and Simpson s criticism of the Way Tihe bout with Marciano was staged except Simp son s assertion that the whole thing was a conspiracy for Marciano to win. It was rigged from the referee Frankie Brown right on snapped Simpson. Even the Auer Maxwell leads Kansas City Kansas Coty May 20 we Billy Maxwell 25-year-dd former Nar Tiona Amateur Champion today fashioned his second straight 5 under 67 for a 134 total to Lead at Hie half Way Mark in the Kansas City open Golf tournament. Tied for the runner up spot with 135 each were Gene Webb St. Louis and Henry Ransom Veteran campaigner from St. Andrews. Do. Webb was 4 under today. Ran som the first Day Leader with a 7-under- 65, soared to a 70. Ciano s punching Power. They question is the wrong Way or. Cavy Middlecoff Memphis around. It should be what Dock Mayer St. jha., were next with 136 each. Middlecoff posted his second of Radohl while Mayer was 5 Long Trabert winning skein is broken Wiesbaden Germany May 20 Trabert s Long winning Streak was snapped today by a lightly regarded italian Orlando Sirola who Defeated the . Davis cup Ace in the quarterfinals of the Wiesbaden International Tennis tournament 6-2, 4-6, few. It was the first setback since last january for Trabert who had wept through 10 straight tournaments and some 70 matches with he gave me an awful body beat he said. I Don t recall feel ing one body punch and i Don t have a Mark on my when a Man is hit after the Bell butted or fouled the Way Cia no was said what Good is it to take away a1 did t he office when asked round your Man is dazed and he a direct question at a meeting could t give us an an asked whom he believed did the Simpson said pre fight in t the same the next round. Is Marciano s murderous puncher he docs his Best punch ing with his head and is mrs. Cockerl when a sked what you know the bloody crowd As rules Marciano violated snapped ing in the title bout at san As i Jim Morris. Disco which ended in 54 seconds of International boxing club Presil a tirade Denti and Wale a reference to Alj Weill. Marciano s manager. 1" girl hurler hits the ninth round before launching into against Mariano s Simpson said Cockell would fight pointed As Simpsons but he is she Muiir Best Pitcher but is Seattle in collaboration the use of having boxing she s leading the team in hitting. Jack Hurley. West coast Veteran rules if nobody pays any attention coach Robert Shea was talking style cockels comment was not As. Mason. N.h., May 20 fight manager against a foe to determined. Cockell j about 14-year-old Jeanine lord the forehead the female member of the Mason ele sign of in tue de biked bar pm entry school baseball team. Siders win at Levy under at 67. I out a setback. Sirola towering italian Davis cup player with a powerful serv ice and net game was joined in the round of four by another italian Nicola Pietrangeli and two americans . Champion Vic Seixas and Herbert Flam. Seixas 31-year-old Philadelphia Veteran played some of his finest Tennis to rout Lennart Burgelin of Sweden 6-3. 6-1. Flam from Bev Erly Hills calif., knocked out Art Larsen of san Leandro calif., 6-3, 6-1. Pietrangeli ousted Sidney Schwartz of new York 13-11. 6-2. In tomorrow s semifinals Seixas plays Pietrangeli and Flam meets Sirola. Trabert was far from his Best against Sirola a big. Dark haired blaster who was Able to match fihe american s Power. Sirola hitting boldly and scoring repeat Roberts pitches Victory town half of phils wins Brooklyn May 20 Philadelphia Phillies who had lost 15 of their previous 16 games showed the Brooklyn dodgers they were not ready for the grave yet by pasting Walt Alston s operatives 5-3 tonight. The loss was the fourth in a Row for the National league leaders. Robin Roberts who now has won exactly half the Phillies 10 victories Date turned in the Triumph. He never was in serious trouble As his males gave him a three run bulge in the first three innings tapping Billy Loes for in the second and another pair in the except for Hay Campanella s Home Nan with none on in the second Roberts held the Brooks Well in Check. Even their third run in the seventh inning was unearned coming As a result of a a ii 0 a. All ii i 3 Gilliam Jyh 1 2 2 0 3 Snider of i 1 2 3 Ocam n 4 i 3001 Lowry of 5 1 i 0 Reese. 1 Ennis ii 3 Tor 2 0 12 Samorn Jones 3b 4 1 0 2 Hodges. In 4 211 4230 4 0 1 3055 ilits 1223 3003 . P i n o o a Luiba i 0 cd Roebuck. P 0 Al i 1 a Walker 1000 Lushok p 0 0 0 Labine p 0 0 Al 0 a Howell 1 0 0 n Tel Ali ,11 b 19 35 s7 ii a fouled Oul Lor lock in ill. A rounded out Lor hot Buck in 7tb. A a rounded out Lor Labine in a Robolyn la he Imp .010 010 , Lowrey Torgeson Seminick Campanella Robinson. Jones Liodes. Bad throw e Reese hanti. Rail Sminick 3. Cam. Panella Hamner Ennis Hobi Nhon. Ii Siam. Jones. Siminiek lows by. To Dokei Wiiliam. 3b William. In Campanella Zieminick. So Robinson. S Roberts. Do Zainner Morgan and Torke Kon and houses. Left 6. Brooklyn s. By Nobce i. Lam 3. 3 so Granny Hamner. I Shine l in 2-3 Roberts 3-2, a 0-0. Listen--i-1. Labine of. Hughes w 5-31. L 11_ Roncari Gore Dixon. Hollywood May 20 a-2u55. Weight Boxer Uceny Teran. 21 year old problem child of the ring with an admitted background of narcotic addiction was suspended indefinitely yesterday by the California athletic commission. The 21-year-old fighter from los Delv with his service won the first j Angeles was. Stopped in three rounds at Hollywood legion stadium last night by Mexico memo in a fight for the North Amer five arc in the 138 bracket in set in 17 minutes. Tony Salvage. Dilican flyweight title. Deluding de Furgol Natal Niaj open Champion Frank stranalian.1 win Ner of the Kansas City event in activity in the negro City As an Amateur Chandler har creation department today saw the per Portsmouth a. Doug Hig Northside Little leagues win 9-7 gins. Midland. Tex and Jackie ver the Grays at Levy Park. Buirke jr., of Kiamesha Lake James Brown got four for five . The second but the italian dominated the third set with a stronger game. For Northside. While Leo Gregg walked away with a 3-3 baiting Effort. At Shaw Field the West red sox won from the blues 3-1. Fred Wil the Low sixth pros and 10 Tow amateurs and ties will go into the final two Days of shooting Tomor Row and Sut Day. Wally Ulrith. Defending Chara son hit .500 with two in four trips Pion irom Rochester. Minn., had for the winning cause. Leroy Gregg City athletic director announced that the girls soft Ball program will get under Way As school ends the 1954-55 a 71 today. With his first Day s 69, or has a 140 total for a four Way tie Witti Jim Tom Blair Amateur from Jefferson City mo., Art Wall jr., Pocono Manor pa., and Dow Finster Walri Athens. Ohio. Us cuppers crush British Hopes with first Day sweep springf1eld, 111., May 20 Hie Illinois supreme court held Day that women May wrestle professionally in the state. Justice Hay i. Klingbeil who Rote the opinion said the Illinois athletic commission has not been i theorized by Law to refuse i Ense to Rose Hesseltine also mown As Rose roman. A Bill to empower the comr is Al Ion to refuse such licenses Toj Romen in pending in the Illinois a ouse. The opinion upheld circuit judge Larry m. Fisher of Cook county who ruled that the commission in Nying the License had usurped a function. The commission argued it could Irth Orize reasonable regulations prohibiting women from engaging by Sterling slam pet St. Andrews Scotland. May 2 unquenchable Young Amateur golfers crushed Britain s Hopes of winning the. Walker cup today when they swept All four of the opening Day s foursomes matches in the loth International Tram Competition. This totally unexpected Triumph the United Stales into Tomor half in the Walker cup foursomes. Today Only the top american team Harvie Ward of san fran Cisco and Don Cherry of Wichita Falls. Tex., had to go the full 36 Hole distance Over the windswept 6.936-Yard old course of St. An Drews. They rallied at the finish tex., and grim faced Dale Umbrey of Indianapolis turned Back Ian Caldwell and Ernest Millward of England 3 and 2. The singles pairings were made right after today s foursomes ended. Ward and White were Given the top spots affording the hand England s Ronnie White the 29-year-old san franciscan to Down Ireland s Joe Carr and of the British amateurs singles needing to win Only. The other americans easily Throe of eight matches in order to showed themselves to be the Mas retain the trophy. It crush ing setback for the British Tram. Regarded As the strongest of Tho had to win the h a time. Of uie course of Scotland s Uncertain Spring weather and of their opponents. The Opportunity to become the first american to defeat White in sin Gles. Ronnie has won All four of his Walker cup singles matches since 19-17 and today s foursomes defeat was Only his second. Lucky . Post War Era. Although the am been sight favourites Walker cup for the nothing like today s sweep of England and John foreseen. The britons More Morgan of Wales 2 and customer to foursomes play and 1. To the vagaries of St. Andrews Portland s 21 year old Bruce weather had their Best today. The other singles pairings Bill Joe Patton. The Happy go Iton is. Phillip Scrutton. Morcy is. Caldwell Cherry is. Carr Conrad is. Blair. Cudd is. Millward Jack son is. Cecil Ewing and Yost is. Morgan. Scrutton. A 32-year-old master Stevedore from England and inc land s Ewing. Oldest member of been expected to i Cudd. Youngest of the americans the British team replaced Mick Router from Morganton and Young Dick Yost of Portland. Ore., turned Back Gerald Only twice before in Walker cup 1928 at Wheaton. Til. Blair and Robin Calci 5 and 4. And Jim Jackson of St. Louis routed the scottish team of David Lem and Canter. After the first 18 holes the americans led in two of the match set ten and Joe Conrad. 25-year-old hairier and the other two were tied had Britain failed to get even a Force lieutenant from san Antonio to lion this afternoon St. Andrews runs expected today Indianapolis. May 20 least eight Drivers looked ready to Day to run in the to mile an hour Bracky tomorrow in next to last time for the 39 a 500-mile Suto Rucci my 30. Only Jock Mcgrath. Who set an or Speedway co cd

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