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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - June 28, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeMonday. June 28, 1954 King port times 7 cherokees Whitewash Loop leading Ramos spaces 5 hits for same outfits tangle Here tonight ten insurance Tony Trabert Vic Seixas Budge Patty play today moving dial Circle 5-7441 Tom still Transfer co. By Bill Dale Pedro Ramos notched his nth Victory of to in pitching the Kingsport cherokees to a 6-0 win Over the league leading mid Islesboro athletics Park sunday afternoon. The cuban right hander hurled five up a free pass in posting the decision. He has lost Only three contests tins season. V Ramos was backed by some j k i k Lusty hitting by the x i who pounded out 13 hits to move w i i l within games of the league leaders. The same two meet again at j. Fred Park at in quarterfinals of Wimbledon Tennis tournament by for kit Smith Miris Lii Only Mil is us . Brit Inri Vari Mph in Wimbledon eng. Ins Sider remaining in the tourney is at j. Fred Johnson blaster weaken it Fabert. 33-Ycar-oltl Jaroslav Drobny of five hit Ball and did t a in of of the interest entered i it or Milf Tennis championships the match. Wethersp1eld. Conn. Jinsil Norcis fht1 Only out tre improved much As can be an Muir by Scurtu Over hint Sider remaining in the with one Day s rest Jin the French championships. Seixas. Too. Had to go five sets his fourth round Seth main m Al is n-.-., i mar today around the match. I before disposing of Jacques Bri o h when he meets Australia s Dan Trabel 23-year-old u. Of Belgium. A Crous Mervyn Rose in a Quad i Champion from Cincinnati. 0. Trabert and Seixas were so Bolt who plays out of Dallas. Mueh. And the favorite to add the wlm exhausted from their Marathon and Stewart of Houston wound below Par condition Ible Cion title to his laurels went singles matches that they trailed save the aus sies the Edge in his toughest Hobby Eijin a third round doubles Uvo nation Duel for top a blistered Racket hand andj5-7. G-3, 5-6, against Britain s the world s Premier blistered big toe on his right Roger Becker and Tony Pickard. Foot. Match was suspended be penguins Are not found North of the Equator in a wild state. For fast Safe dependable service Gilliam cabs dial 5.01t1 Circle of Union bos terminal up of Cadloni i cd at yesterday in the tourney. Stewart who went into final round trailing by stand. Ernie Clark or Bucky Toilette May set the starting nod against the athletics. M. Manager Shoals led Kings port s 13-hit attack with two singles and a double in three official trips to the plate. Nap Reyes who managed the Morristown red sox through the 1953 season and part of 1954 season joined the Chero Kees saturday night and played he first contest Lor Kingsport by sunday afternoon at shortstop. By. He collected two hits in 4 trips1 to to the plate and came up with some Fine Fielding plays from his shortstop position. Flash Perez and a Rio Salvent also chipped in two hits for the. Winning cherokees. The win was Kingsport s end straight. Not Jackie Jones led lir Islesboro s five hit attack with two singles g0" in four iridis up. To Garbedian a Doug Williams and Bill Halste Ari 5an" collected the other hits off Raj Kermit Doub. Who Defeated not Kingsport in ills last time out at Middlesboro was charged with the defeat. It was his third against six victories. Ramos hurling one of his j Best games of the season gave a single to Jones in the first in i Ning with one away and then on to retire 13 successive batters before Garbedian sliced a double Down the left Field with two out in the seventh. On i c a k Liv 10. Ich min l if s c. I strokes carded a five under 66.1 three american tra a also on tap today was of darkness while Bolt turned in a Par 71. Defending Champion round of the. Women s j had an easy fourth Bolt who shot a spectacular Meixus of Philadelphia and with defending against Michael Davis 00 on Friday blew a nine foot i Patty of los Angeles were in the Maureen Connolly of san great Britain. On the anal Hole which round of eight. I would have Given him the tour Nev. I calif., shooting for a Quarter Blu or let. Am Mican National e Southern association run Lead in the Home half of second Frame which proved to 31 be for the win. Shoals led Ujj ,5 off with a walk went to second yest Guys Kotsou. 9-5. On another walk to Phil fila Lime a a. 7.5. Terault and snored from second in a single by Perez. Kingsport pushed across three More tallies in the fourth on Lead off double by Shoals sue Jessive singles by Hank Alberts. Sis Morid filiatrault and Perez accounted for two of the runs. A stolen l yesterday base an error and a single by a. A Sham 13. Mobile 11. International w i. Pet. Dijohnson is fined by Chattanooga by the associated press volatile Hank Dijohnson. Poorer for walking out on Ihei Chattanooga club because his Pride was Hurt got Back in line Afier his replacement struck the i blow that gave the lookouts their first of two sunday vie Over Memphis injuries to Frank Campos and. We Tuny Roig and Dijol Mson s one Day walkout forced manager Cal Ermer to use a Catcher for i Johnson at third base and a for Roig at second. But it did t Stop the who trimmed Memphis 9-8 and 3-0 to move a game and a half nearer the third place new Jia Orleans pelicans. I Catcher Frank Sacka played errorless Ball at third in. Bothi games and drove in Bruce Barmes in the ninth inning with a single to win the opener. Atlanta Defeated new Orleans b-3, and Birmingham remained three games behind the league heading. Crackers by Downing 12-11, and Nashville broke a a six game losing Streak by i edging Little Rock 7-5 in the or second game of a doubleheader h " i after the trans copped the open 15 Ier 8-7. I Dijohnson s Pride was Punk Turecki when vice president Calvin Griffith of the Parent washing rib ton nationals said in a recent i radio interview that the look outs were Hunting for infield re placements. Infielder Dijohn son s blood boiled. He demanded his release and quit the club when president Joe Engel re but Seixas was pitted against Lymal berth against Angela Bux Patty in one Quarter final j ton of Britain match and America had to lose Trabert has been off form in i at least one entry. Ithe tourney and had to go Australia s Davis cup four five sets saturday before beat some of Lewis Hoad Kin Rose ing Sweden s Sven Davidson Vail. Rose and Rex Hartwig Tony spent All Day sunday in the quarters with 19-year-1 resting and treating his blisters j old Rosewall slated to take on i feel he said. A Riib in a family affair. J dressed the blisters with iodine Hoad second seeded behind hand bandages and i reckon Thyi Hoad disposed of 40-year-old j Gardnar Mulloy Coral Gables fla., 4-0, 6-0, 7-5, 6-3, reversing Ait

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