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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - June 27, 1953, Racine, Wisconsin
Progressive defends Lead at Silver Lake Santee tries for record mauling Mickey infielder Andy Carey first baseman Don Boll Weg shortstop Willie Miranda catchers Charley silvers and Ralph Bouk and first baseman Johnny Mize. The Bench a major league club can twin pennants these Days without a sound Bench. Ready to step in for the Yankees Are left to right. Outfielders Irv Noren and Bill Renna by the Anorthite part i Milwaukee braves who Haven to won a game in a week will have to share the National league Lead with Brooklyn if they can to snap that slump tonight. Two Long Ball specialists. Duke Snider and Oil Hodges slammed two run homers last night off Max surkont to give the Champion dodgers a 4-3 Triumph Over the braves and Cut Milwaukee a Lead to a Ringle game. After losing two of three to the new York giants and three straight to Pittsburgh the braves a with the exception of Veteran Sid Gordon still could t find the Range. Gordan slammed a two run Homer and a double to drive in All three Milwaukee runs while his mates could get Only four other hits. Allen betting order. Unhappy manager Charley Grimm greeted the loss by making it his first major change in Milka keeps lineup it a reversing Catcher Del Crandall no 8 Batter and i Johnny Logan second in the batting order. Snider poked his Home run his 14th of the year in the fourth inning with the walking pee wee indians Jolt Yankees 7-2 As Chison win 5 to 3 chants a erns. 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For it treatment with the first Marine air Wing flight surgeons have ordered baseball Star ted Williams to the United states for treatment of an ear and nose ailment a Marine corps spokesman said today. Williams Pilot of a Marine Panther Jet was grounded after his 38th Mission june to. The spokesman Bald the Boston red sox slugger would leave for the u. S within a few Days. A Marine Captain the 35-year-old Williams flew Panther jets in Korea five and a half months. He will be sent to a Navy Hospital Nerr the port through which he enters the a at san Francisco or Seattle. Flight surgeons described the ailment As a Lack of ventilation in the ear and nose that causes interference with Jet wih a Baa been bothered for about a month and hospitals in the War zone Are not equipped to treat it they said. Just this week the Rangy outfielder was awarded three air medals for his missions. He has been out of action twice since he arrived in Korea feb. 2, with pneumonia and the ear ailment. On his first combat Mission in february Williams crash landed his Jet at an Allied Airfield and escaped with minor injuries. Richardson gains Mcaa net finals Syracuse Olk a Ham Richardson of Tulane who never has lost a set in collegiate Tennis Competition plays unorthodox Ron Livingston of Urcla today for the i Mcaa championship. Richardson a member of the 1953 u. S. Davis cup squad maintained his perfect College record yesterday when he trimmed Bob Perry of Urcla 6-3. 6-3, 6-3, in the Semi finals. Livingston lived up to his reputation As tournament Quot giant killer by upsetting second seeded ii Shea of Southern California 6-4, 6-3, 3-6, 6-0. First Oum Rebb. A firsts 4 fit do re by Iii mud a h h c a r h c tora r of 4 3 i 4 Bra 2b 4 13 3 j o a 3b i is 3 Ada a 3b Assi a or Al last by i of 4131 to a p a a a a Kiu Kalb 4 i i bloc Nib a a i 4 Ore. Of i i a 4 to of 4 i 3 i Hor Al of 4 14 1 hire of i i i j Arm t 4324 Jan Cir 4 i 3 3 m. 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Brooklyn starter Bob Milliken was chased in that inning and Billy Loes who relieved him got credit for the Victory with just one pitch. With one out and one in Joe Adcock hit into a double play on loess first pitch. Loe i was relieved for a Pinch Batter in the dodgers next turn at Bat. Braves rally Short. Surkont bowed out in the eighth after Hodges smashed his Hornet with Wayne Eiardi on with a double. Ernie Johnson relieved and he was replaced in the ninth by Lew Burdette. The braves made a fight of it up to the end. Trailing 4-2 in the ninth George Crowe singled Foi Logan and Gordon s double stored him. But Jim Pendleton struck out to retire the Side with the lying Marker on base. Jim Wilson who has been out with a sore Arm will toss for the braves tonight in the second game of the series of three. Brooklyn a starting hurler was not named. 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