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FREDAmJUKE 22, 1984.
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here for the glorious Fourth.
While talking in Miami with
some of the fighters *n that city,
our conversation switched around
to the Jarkson-Nebo fracas of
Jupe 14, and it was mentioned
that there are at least a half dozen
god boys up there who are willing
to fight Jackson in this city any
time. Some of the boys are well
known all over the country.
Gilbert Castillo, 142 pounds;
Jtoy Bailey, Billy Shell end a few
others of the same weight are an
xious to crawl through the ropes.
Guggino, the wop, from Tampa,
who has fopgbt so many main bat
tles with Buc-ky Burton, Eddie
Burt, Baby Joe Gusman and a score
!of others in Miami, wishes to fight
;tn Key West with any ope weigh-j
mg up to tW pounds- He Weighs*
120 pounds. All Guggino asks it
%hat ho be guaranteed 156 of the
Joe Barcardi, 126 pounds, will
fight here for any reasonable of
fer. Why don’t they bring to
•town some good scrappers and let
the local fans see some of Miami’s
top notchers in action?
As to the local baseball situa.
tlen, I would ffte to say that there
Should be a meeting called to have
the league reorganised, say, with
three clubs. Let’s have some res!
baseball every Sunday once more.
The games they play now are good
ones but there is not the Interest
of a championship series. Key West
has enough good players to go
around for three dubs, providing
,aK do ppt want to play for the Pi
rates, In that ease the Buccaneers
fwlU base to play a series by theip-
Iselves to see who is champion Pi
rates’ team Mo. I or Pirates No,
§. Mendoza will have to manage
>ne and Gomes the other.
But this ie not what the fans
iwant. They ** willing to pay W
Ureates interest, Aad the more fans
•go to the hall games, the better it
in for al concerned.
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NEW YORK, June *2.—Lonnie
•Waraeke got his long soughtrfor
chance to hook up with Ctrl Hub#
bell before home folk* in Chicago,
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New York Giants with a. shutout
victory, 4 to 0. :/
Tony FVciUs, young rookie
j front tiie What, turned In another
good pitching performance for
the Cincinnati Red*, adding a 4 to
I victory over the Phillies to a ada
he previously scored over the New
York Giants. (
Diasy Dean scored > hie tenth
mound victory of the season, aid
ed and abbetted by heavy hitting
on the part of hi* teammates. He
told the Brooklyn Dodger* to sev
en hits while the Cards rapped out
II to wln„ 9 to 2.
Hntf nn raalaaai) , PittikiiffliK a f
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the bottom of the first division by
(aIIHS hwO Sg&IKMI Itom 18.0 l***
rate*, 4 to I send 8 to 7, making it
10 defeats in the past 12 game*
for the losers. ,
Finding the offering* of Danny
MacFayden to ttoir liking in the
first two innings, the Cleveland
Indian* scored six rune and then
wont on to defeat the New York
Yankees, 9 to 5. in the third game
of their current five-game eerie*.
A five-run scoring rampage in
tim fifth inning ctve Washington
m 9 to declaim* ever the Detroit
Tiger*. The fifth inning spurt
4?is©Ws w IN i
seetod on Baddy Myers triple,
Myer scored on a single by Stone
who in turn rode tome on mam
tinting Hcisklft
Whitlow Wyatt, Chjcage right
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Sex from easting Washington from
tided place to hurling the White
SX to a 4 to Is fletory 111 toe
finale of n doubleheader. file
Yawkey-Collin* entry capttoed the
opener. 6 to 3, to extend it# win
ning streak to five straight.
The Athletics broke ttoir lasing
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of seven kittens.
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er with the St. Lmois Browns, 6 to
2, after dropping the first, 7 te 6.
the wimmaries:
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At Chicago * R.JLR
New York ... ; 6 4 0
Chicago 4 i> 2 1
Batteries: Hpbbell, Smith and
Maneuso; Warneke and Hartnett.
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I At St. Lonis R. H. E.
| iSreohilfO - - 2 7 1
i St. Louis ... „ ft 11 ft
Batteries: Zachary. Smythe,
jMurnis and Lop**, Sukeferth; JF.
j Dean and V. Davie
f £a! Cincinnati B. H. K-
Philadelphia 1 -7 1
Cinepnaati ... —..._ 4 7 0
Batteries: Holley, Lehman and
Todd; Freitas and Lombardi.
Firm Gama
At Pittsburgh R. H. E.
Boston > lUfO**
1 *? 0
j* Batteries: Frankhouae and Hog
<an; Birkofer, Hoyt, Harris and
Sarnnii Ci
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At Pittsburgh R* R E.
Boston 8 11 1
Pittsburgh ... -v- *4 7 17 i
Batteries: Barrett. Mangum,
Smith and Spohrer; Swift, French,
Chagnon and Pad den, Grace.
At New York R. H. E.
Cleveland ......... 9 14 2
New York 5 11 0
Batteries: HudHn and Pytlak;
MacFayden, Deshong, Van Atta
and Dickey.
At Washington R. H. E.
Detroit . ft 14 0
Washington . —' 8 9 8
Batteries: Bridges, Anker, Hog
sett, Rowe and Hayworth. Coch
rane; Whitehall, Russell, Crowder,
McGoll and Phillips.
First Cams
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
,St. Louis 7 10 0
Philadelphia . 5 12 0
Batteries: Newsom, Hadley and
Hemsley; . MhhafiO,' Dietrieh,
Flohr and Berry, Hayes.
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At Philadelphia T R. H. E.
l St. Louis 8 7 ft
{Philadelphia 6 7 0
Batieries: Knott, Coffman and
Hemsley; Marcum and Berry
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f First Game 4 •
At Boston ' R. H. B.
•Chicago 8 9 8
Boston *... 618 I
Batteries: Lyons and Madjeski;
H. Johnson and R. Ferrell.
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Chicago 4 II 8
Boston ...... 1 7 ft
U Batteries: Wyatt and Shea;
Rhodes, Welch and Hinkle.
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