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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 1, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeWednesday. September Kingsport time 9 indians continue record Pace by thumping Yankees 6-1 giants Triumph after dodgers lose to braves by bin Zulegar a sports writer the new York Yankees have lost their last Chance to Stop the Cleveland Pennant dash single handed. Unless somebody else is willing to help the five year new York monopoly in the american league is doomed to end this month. Only five games remain Between the. Record bound indians and the second place Yankees and the Yankees Trail by 5 a lengths. The Point no return was reached last night. The Yankees got Only two hits As Cleveland roared Down the Warpath to a 6-1 Triumph. The indians who Are winning games at a faster clip than any team in modern american league history actually taunted the world champions by loading the bases in the first inning and then not scoring a Man Euver that would have meant certain defeat in years past. But Early Wynn never gave the yanks a Chance. Cleveland pushed Over two. Runs in the fourth singles by Vic Wertz and Dave Pope a double by Al Rosen and a sacrifice Fly. Four runs in the eighth three them a Homer by Dave pm sky wrapped it up. Irv Noren homered in the seventh. Enos Slaughter slashed a Pinch single in the eighth. That ended the Yankee attack. Wynn s Victory was 19th and most impressive the year. In the National league the new York giants moved games in front the Brooklyn dodgers with a 5-3 Triumph in St. Louis. Brooklyn managed Only three hits off Gene Conley and bowed to the Milwaukee braves 2-0. In other major league action the Chicago cubs won a pair from Pittsburgh 14-2 and 7-3. Philadel phia clipped Cincinnati 9-3, break ing an eight game losing Streak. Washington Defeated Detroit 5-3, and the Philadelphia athletics pushed Baltimore into the Ameri can league basement with a Dou ble header sweep 8-6 and 6-3. Hurricane weather forced the postponement the Chicago White sox game in Boston. The giants jumped away to a three run Lead in St. Louis were caught then won in the fifth. Al dark singled. Henry Thompson walked and Dusty Rhodes drove in dark with a single. Thompson scored from third Willie Mays Fly. Mays drove in another run with t single and scored one after Ting a triple. Rhodes also drove in a second run. Milwaukee reached Don new Combe for two Quick runs one in the first scoring Bobby Thom son s single and one in the second Del Crandall s Homer. Hank Sauer the cubs broke the National league record and tied the major league record when he 13th Home run this sea son off Pittsburgh pitching. The blow 35th the year came in the second game. Howie Pollet and Walker Cooper drove in three runs apiece in the opener. Ted Kluszewski took Over the National league Home run Lead with a pair in Cincinnati s loss to Philadelphia. He has 41, one More than previous personal High set a year ago. Washington pounded George Zuverink for 14 hits in dumping de troit into a fourth place tie with rain idled Boston. rallies produced both Philadelphia victories Over Baltimore. The a s scored five runs in the eighth inning the first game and three in the eighth the Nightcap. Minneapolis takes Over third in a by International news service the Minneapolis Millers and the Kansas City blues split a double header last night but the Millers managed to Edge Columbus out third place in the american association standings. The Millers won the first game 14 to 8, with George Wilson and Gail Harris getting homers in a 7- attack. Gary Coleman Kan Sas City hurler. Who was charged with the loss also a Homer. In the Nightcap to blues edged j the Millers 7 to 6. Harris and Wii Jeon again homered for Minneapolis As did Ebba St. Claire and Billy Klaus. Miira Thornberry homered i for the blues. Columbus lost to Toledo 6 to in 10 innings and slipped to fourth place in the league Ham Merid out 15 hits in an 8-to-4 con quest St. Paul. Louisville and -. Charleston engaged in a pitchers Duel but the colonels won 1 to 0. J each team got four hits. Indians 6, Yankees i Smith. U a Vila 2t 4 Doby. Of 2 Rosen. 3b 4 Weru. In 4 in 0 Pope it 3 1 cubs 14-7, pirates 2-3 tuesday s Box scores Bob Lennon hits57lhafter Salet Gianis Cleveland new York Pittsburgh Chicago a h a a r 0 a a ii a 4b h 4 1 5 4 0 8 4 0 3 3 Talbot. Cd 5 1 213 3010 Allie 3b 020 Berra. C 4 0 311 Noren. If 2 1 150 Carey. 3b 3 0 0 0 2 Cul in n.2o 2 0 100 i Robinson 1. 0 120 0 0 0 3 1 Mir 2 0 1 i 0 skowd.2b 1 0 020 grim p 2 0 1 1 knit 0 0 totals 3q 9 1 totals i9 a grounded out for Coleman in 8th. A fouled out Miranda in 8th. A Sini eled. Lor grim in eth. I Wyno. P 10 i9 i s7 15 Cleveland 000 do 010-6 a Suim. Doby. Rosen 2. Wem. Pollley. Noren. E none. Rel Wert Dante. Phil 3. Roin. Korea. Or poll Ley. Noren. Of Dante. Do Miianda. Cole Man Ana Berra Coleman. Miranda and left Cleveland 5. New York 3. By i Wynn 2. Grim 4. So Wynn 3, grim 3. 8 in 8. 1 in 1. Re Wynn m. Grim 6-6. Konstanty 0-0. W Wynn ilb-91. Lori ill i. U rom nil Honochick. Flaherty. A Macks 8-6, orioles 6-3 first fiame Baltimore Philadelphia u 4 1 soph ns.3b 4 3 Courtney c 5 0 j 3 0 it inc. 2b 5 2 Hunter. 4 l Krilow. P 3 0 l Blyzka. P 0 0 r 3 2-3 Dix 2 in 2 1-3, Chakales 3 in 1, Burtschy i to 2, Blyzka i in 2-3. Falcano 0 in l 5-4. Dixon 1-1, Kretlow 3-3. Burtschy 0-0. Chakales 5-4. Blyznak 0-0 a Burtschy a Chanles u sunmers Hurley Runge. Second game 000 000 7 0 000 300 9 0 Baltimore Philadelphia Larsen Fox 8 and Courtney Gray Burtschy Dixon 8 and Robertson. Senators 5, tigers 3 Detroit Washington a h 0 a a h 0 a 3 0 l 1 1 1 Kuenn. Is 5 2 2 2 Yost 3b Wilson c 4 2 5 0 Busby 4 3 Leman. U 3 0 3 0 Vernon. In 3 1 Boone 3b 3 2 2 4 Runnels.2b 4 Dropo. In 3 Evers re 2 King 3 3 Gray p 0000 Fitzg leu _ _ Souchock 100 0 Snyder. Is 3 2 37 Mcoder 3 ,0 0 1 totals 31 g 24 10 totals 37 14 27 16 a popped up for Wright in 8th. Struck out for Gray in both. Oil l Lflx-5 Nels. Fitzgerald. Snyder. Mcdermott e Snyder Zuverink. Dropo. Rib Dropo Wright. Runnels Busby. Vernon. Said 2b-w1130d. Putz Herald. 3b-Runnels. So tunnels Umphlett. Of Dropo. Vernon. 5 Leman Mcdermott. Busby. Do Gunnela. Snyder and Vernon Snyder Runnels and Vernon Snyder. Terri Ger and Vernon. Lurt do Trout 9. Washington 13. By Mcdermott 6, Zuverink 1. So Zuverink 4, Mcdermott 3. To Zug Seriale 14 in 7 out in Gray 0 in 1. Re Zuverink 5-4, Gray. 00. Mcdermott 3-2. Hip by Gray a Mcdermott 7-13l l z to v e r i n v a Bylak. Grieve. Stevens. Craves 2, dodgers 0 Brooklyn Milwaukee a h 0 a a n a 4101 Bruton. Of 3 0 0 0 3 0 c n l. 3b 3 0 1 4 3 0 4 1 15 6 1 t is n. If 3 2 1 1 Parko. Of 4 1 4 4 0 3150 0 2 Logan is 3 0 n 3 7 1 lwtmer.2b 3005 0 0 Conley p 3 0 0 1 automobile buyer saves 5164 through state farm plan i compared finance before j bought my new car. Through Stilto farm Brink Pun my agent mod me Over the first i d boo Man th4 Bank plan often you two Money a inf for car buy ing financing through it Enrby Bank and Lov coh Fink fatal get your own the car you want and co Pakh them with Bank pin first1 Call your state farm before you buy. Orbie r. Fleenor insure. Center at data cd 6-4861 m sure turn Mai it mum Al Nib an.3b 3 be inlay. If 3 0 Valo. Ii 2 Power 5 Taylor 4 oem 4 Astroth. C 4 0 0 Rob san. C 0 0 re Blip. P 1 it 1 Adoll vet 1 0 Ward. In 4 Thorn As. Cd 4 Gordon 4 4 i 3 Pepper p 2 1 Lap 0 1 Baker. 2b 5 _ 3 Jacki n.3b 412 Rosauer. Of 4 2 3 0 backs is 5 2 2 0 Kirer. In 5 3 3 5 , in 4 2 1 1 1 Cooper c 5 3 7 1 Pollei. P 530 0 club Clev Elfrod sew York Chicago Detroit Boa Loa Philadelphia Baltimore Peu Crinel 1000 Heteu 36 it it 19 r a struck out for palme in 1th. B out for Law in 6th. Puta Burih to 000 000 2 Cal Capo a Gordon. Shepard. Talbot 2. Balcer. Jackson 2. Sauer 2. Banks. Kiner 2. Fondy. Cooper 2. Pellet. A Awe 3. Jack son 2 Hail Pepper. Rib Pepper. Roberts Cooper 3. Pollet 3. Talbot. Baker. Jackson. Saner 2. Banks. Kolner. 23-Cole 2. Pollet. Sauer. Talbot. Of Sauer. Do Ward. Cole and Ward Roberts. Cole and Ward. Left Pittsburgh Al. Chicago b. By Pepper 1. Lapalme 1, Law 1. Pollet 2 so Pepper 2. Lapalme 3. Pollet 7. 110-Pcuper 13 in 4 2-3. Lal Alme 3 in 1 1-3. Law 3 in 2i re Pepper la prime 2-2. Pallet 2-2 we la palme. Law. A Pollet i8-7i. A Pepper Il-2i. A Barlick Dixon. Ballanfant Jac Kowsil. Second game Pittsburgh 200 000 6 2 003 301 9 0 by the associated press while new Orleans and Atlanta i were standing still in their tussle Chicago Thies Friend Hekl 8 and Atwell Bush Jeffcoat 8 and Garagiola. So Phillies 9, Redlegs 3 000 4 1 0 3b h 2 0 1 total 37 10 i 35 13 i a poured out for Dixon in g he Strucic out for Burtschy in eth a ran and scored for Astroth in 8th 030 2ui Philadelphia 000 030 03x-8 a Abrams. Coan 3. Stephens. Courtney. Young Jacobs 3. Jimmer 2. Taylor. De Maestri 2. Fri Coo. E Jacobs. Dler lne. Rbi-stephed3 2. Hunter 2, Wal tells 3, dimmer 4, Astroth. Al Olgan. Valo. 2b Flinter Stephens Coan. Or Stephens Lummer. So Young Steph do Hunter. Young and Waitkus. Left Baltimore 10. Philadelphia b. By Kretlow 3. Chakales 2, Bishop 3. Dixon 010, War 3 1 1 Mil 4033 As chill if 2 1 0 0 Bell 4020 i Burch is c 4 2 3 0 Klui 4 2 11 2 j hnmner.2b 531 4 j 2 0 Ennis re 5 1 4 0 Temple. 2b 4 0 2 3 Tor min a 5 2, 0 Tost re 4130 Morgan As 4 3 3 2 4011 Jones. 3b 4213 pod 0 0 1 1 Wem r. P 4 1 0 0 Drews p 1 1 1 2 Harmon 1000 Bac ski p 0 0 1 1 Val tone. P 0 0 0 t a Scalera 1000 savr 0 0 1 Der roman 1000 Touli 40 17 7 totals 36 it 27 18 a grounded oui for Wyrostek in 6th. A popped out for Drews in 5th. A flied out for Valentne in 7th. A grounded out Lor Savransky in both. Of 1, Dixon 2, Burtsil Low 0 in 6 1-3. Bishop 7 1 tet 1 0 Wright. U 4 3 0 Sievers 1 0 0 4 0 000 1 3 ump 502 a Kuenn. Niem boiling Busby. Run Reese. Snider 4 0 Hodges. In 4 1 am if 3 0 Furillo. Of 3 0 3 0 Walker c 2 0 Zimmer 0 0 c p n la. C n new 2 1 Moryn 1 0 d 0 Wojey. P 0 0 0 0 Tola i 30 3 21 i total 29 ?5 27 13 a ran for Walter in 8th. Shh 000 000-0 Milwaukee. Jill 000 Oor-2 a Bruton. Crandall. A none. Rib Thomson. Crandall. 2b-Gllllam. Or Cran Rill. Or Bruton Connell. Left Brooklyn 4. Milwaukee 6 by new Camhe 1. Wojey 2. So Newcombe 8. Wojey 2. Conley g. To Newcombe 5 in 7. Wojey 0 in 1. Re Newcombe 2-2. Wojey 0-0, Coli any 0-0. Hip by Conley a Conley a Newcombe a Gorman donate ill. Cancan Gore. For the Southern Assn. Pennant Nashville s Bob Lennon and Eric Roden celebrated their Sale to the new York giants last night. Half a game still separated the crackers and the Pels after first place new Orleans wrapped up a suspended game 14-2 and the crackers took the regular contest 2-1 another outstanding perform Ance by Glenn Thompson. Lennon got 57th Homer the year Roden itch round tripper just a few hours after their by the National league Pace setting giants was announced. The homers helped the vols crush Little Rock 12-2 behind the five hurling Joe Marconeri. Mobile s last place bears Wal loped third place Birmingham 11-3. Chattanooga and Memphis were not scheduled. A tremendous triple by Thompson off starter Bob Schultz in the fifth scored the first run and big Glenn galloped Home with the winning Marker Billy Porter s squeeze bunt Down the first base line. Philadelphia 8-9. Baltimore 6-3, Washington 5. Detroit 3. Cleveland 6. New York 1. Chicago at to it . Ppd., rain. Schedule probable pitchers Cleveland at new York Garcia 16-7 is. Olopai Chicago at Boston and Consuegra is. Kem Merer 3-3j and Parnell Detroit at Washington night Abr is. Schmau 15-Ti. Only games Cincinnati St. Louis 60 70 Philadelphia 59 69 Chicago 55 76 Pittsburgh 46 85 s yesterday s Multi Milwaukee 2, Brooklyn 0. Chicago 14-7. Pin Burgh 2-3. Philadelphia 8. Cincinnati 3. New York 5, St. Louis 3. Today s schedule probable pitchers new York at Cincinnati night Hearn 8-81 is. Nuxhall Brooklyn at Chicago Loci 11-3 to. Kelp Peteln 3-101. Pittsburgh at Milwaukee Nasht sur Kont 8-161 is. Philadelphia at St. Louts into hot Dick in ts-16 is. Lawrence dl-5i. A Ashburn. Wyrostek. Tichell. Burgess. Hamner. Ennis Torgeson Morgan. Jones Hamner. Ennis. Treeson Morgan. Jones. Ennis Torgeson 2, Wehmeier. Mcmillan. Klus Zewall 2. Hamner. 2b Drews. Mor Gan. 3b-Schell. Or Wyrostek. Klub Zewski 2, Torgeson. A Ashburn. Do Drews Mcmillan and Kluszewski Baczewski. Lan Dolth and Kluszewski Valentine Mcmillan and 10. Cincinnati 6. By Podbielan 2, Baczewski 3. So Wheeler 2. To Podbielan 4 in 1 faced 3 batters in Drews 4 in 4. Baczewski 4 in 1 1-3. Valentine 1 in 2-3. Savransky 4 in 2. A Podbielan 4-4. Drews 0 0. Baczewski 3-3. Valentine 0-0. Savransky 2-2. Wehmeier 3-3. A Wehmeier 17-101. 7-8l u Secory Warneke Goetz Dascoll. Giants 5, cards 3 new York 012 020 000 5 11 1 St. Louis 000 300 7 0 Liddic Mccall 5 and Katt Beard Staley Wade Brazie 7 and Sarni. Staley. Big league pacesetters american league butt inf and club c a k n. Y. 108 372 h pet. 127 .341 .332 Home runs Doby Cleveland 28 Mantle new York 28 Willia bos ton l 24. Runs batted in Doby Cleveland 6 Berra new York and Minoso Chi to 100. Runs Mantle l new York 109 Man Obs 20 Chicago 108 Fox Chicago 91. Stolen bases Jensen i bowl i oops Chicago 16 Rivera Chicago 15. Consuegra. Chicago Lemon Cleveland Feller Cleveland pet. .842 .800 National league balt no Snider bin. 126 491 Loa no .346 Musial. St. L. 129 501 109 172 .343 Mays. N. Y. 126 47g 88 161 .338 Home runs Kluszewski Cincinnati 41 Mays new 3b Sauer Cal Caroi and Hod res i Brooklyn 35. Huns batted in St. Louis lie Snider i Brooklyn 110 Hodges Brooklyn 108. Runs Musial St. 109 Snider Brooklyn 108 Mays i new Yore b8. Stolen bases Bruton Milwaukee 28 Fondy Chicago in Temple Cin Nati i 17. Cin pitching Pitcher and club Antonelli. New York Hughes. Brooklyn lobs Brooklyn South Atlantic league Columbia 2, Charlotte 1. Jacksonville 8, Savannah 7. Columbus 6. Montgomery 3. Augusta 3-3, Macon 2-8. Pel. .870 .800 .786 so lunar tables by John al0en Knight the schedule so lunar periods Ai printed below Naa been taken from John Alden Knight i so lunar tables plan your Days to that you will be fishing in Good territory Hunting to Good cover during these time 17 if Tou wish to find the Belt sport that each Day has to offer the major periods Are shown in boldface Type Thetie begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half two hours thereafter the minor periods shown in regular Type Aro somewhat Shorter duration september . . Date Day minor major minor major 1 wednesday 2 thursday 3 Friday. 4 saturday 5 sunday Lake stages Watauga Lake level tuesday 71.7 feet Low South Holston. 77.4 Boone. 10.8 Henry 2.6 Cherokee 51. Today s skies Sun also . Sunset . Moonset . First Quarter sept. 5 visible planets the Moon tonight forms a Triangle with Venus and sat urn. Venus the right. Is now about forty times As Bright As Saturn. Mars due South . Jupiter rises . All times Eastern Standard stenographer takes win Duquoin. 111., sept. 1 ins stenographer won the Gainsway farm s stakes for three year old trotting fillies in two heats yester Day to highlight the grand circuit harness racing card at the do Quoin state fair. The filly which has set five world records this year is owned by Mac Hempt Mechanicsburg pa., and was driven by Delvin Mil Ler. American association Toledo 6, Columbus 5. 10 innings. Louisville 1. Charleston 0. Indianapolis 8. St. Paul 4. Minneapolis 14-6. Kansas City 8-7. T Amk Icax Lecuk for keeping ars in Philadelphia .656 .614 .435 .433 .411 .33s .323 National league cd Obj new York Brooklyn 79 51 74 pet. Go .530 3m. .578 .489 10 .462 .461 22 .2 .420 28 .351 37 Orl Southern association w l pet. .610 38 g05 Birmingham 77 65 .542 Memphis 75 71 .514 Chattanooga 69 74 .483 Nashville 82 84 .425 Little Rock 61 85 .418 Mobile 59 87 .404 yesterday. Kei ult Mobile 11. Birmingham 3. Nashville 12, Little Rock 2. New Orleans 14-1. Atlanta 3-3, Only games scheduled. National pistol meet opens at Camp Perry Camp Perry o., sept. 1 ins defending Champion Harry Reeves Detroit leads the Field today in the National pistol tour Ney at Camp Perry. The motor City police lieutenant scored 861 Points out a possible 900 Points while shooting in a Ham Pering 35 Miles an hour wind yesterday. Raymond Berlo Boston police Man holds second place with 859 Points while army maj. William Hancock Elpaso tex., with 854 Points occupies the third Slot. In the women s division defend ing titlist Margaret Culberson Sierra Indre calif., leads with 800 out a possible 900 Points. Ger Trude Backstrom Hoquiam wash., is second with 798. Dale Bruggeman East Alton hi., and Viola Folium Brook Ville. Pa., present women s National Champion Pace contestants in the Small bore class with 798 out 800 Points. Philadelphia Mack today took a new plan to wealthy philadelphian in what could be a to keep the Philadelphia american league baseball franchise in Phila Delphia and in control. The Short balding son the builder the onetime athletics Diamond Empire got the new look financial setup at a meet ing the Board directors Mon Day. Presentation the new plan to Roy by a member the Board came after the Board members Learned that Arnold Johnson the Chicago real estate Man who has offered to buy the a s franchise and Transfer it to Kansas City has Cut Price from a reported to about the newest plan to keep the athletics in Philadelphia differs from the other most publicized j plan which was offered by a Syndi Cate headed by Harry m. Sylk drugstore magnate and financier Albert m. Greenfield although basically the Money figures Are the same. Sylk and Greenfield have offered a total Price 2vi million dollars with the condition that they take Over Complete control the club. But Roy wants to keep spot with the athletics and. According to a source closely identified with the club has been pushing off a showdown the Sale the club until All avenues Are exhausted. The new plan would work this Way a sum million would be raised. Connie s and Earle s shares Stock would be purchased for a total about . Fitz believes Nashua May chomp by Gayle Talbot new York sept. 1 Jim Fitzsimmons the 80-year-old Dean amerind in trainers is get Ting about the Aqueduct stable area with a Spring in step these mornings As he and assistants attend to the care and feeding some 50 thoroughbreds entrusted to their special talents. The reason is say associates that . Fitz has come Back from the Saratoga meeting More than a Little convinced that he has next year s triple Crown Winner in Nashua Belair stud s crack 2 the Veteran Trainer who still drives own car to work before Daylight puts in a full 12-hour Day already has a pair triple crooners to credit Gallant Fox in 1930 and Omaha in 1935. Both like Nashua were Belair horses. Although Nashua a big animal who already looks like n 3-year-old, still has some distance to go to prove it both Fitz and jockey Eddie Arcaro already Are convinced he s the year s juvenile Champion. Arcaro told after the hopeful year old who won last week s hopeful stakes at the upstate track that mount was t doing for fourth Triumph in five yet one expert wrote that starts. Another sweep 3-year-old classics the Kentucky Derby Preakness and Belmont stakes would Supply a fitting Climax to one the most notable careers in the history the american turf. 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