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Yesterday's
Yankees, 8; Red Sox,4
Boston A H O.A. New York A H O.A
Umphl't.cl 5 1 0 o Rizzuto.ss 5 2 1
Prsall.rf 4 2 3 0 Colllna.lb 4 210 0
Kell.lSb 2 0 11 Berra.c 4 17 0
Gernert.lb 4 16 1 Mantle.cf .71 2 O
Evers.lf 3 tl 3 o Noren.rf 1 o 0 0
Steph'ns.lf 110 0 (Bauer.rf 4 2 2 0
Whlte.c 4 13 1 W'dling.lf 3 1 2 o
Lepcio.2b 2 0 o 2 McD'gld.'Sb 3 1 o 3
Baker.Co 114 1 Martln.2b 3 13 1
Bolling.ss 3 0 4 2 Baln.p 4 2 0 2
♦ ZarlUa 1 0 0 o
Brown, p lioo
Kennedy, p 10 0 1
•Wilber 10 0 0
Fr'man.p 0 0 0 1
JM'D'rm'tt 10 0 0
Totals 34 824 10 Totals $8 13 27 11
•Struck out for Kennedy in 7th.
♦Fouled out for Bolling In Oth.
{Filed out for Freeman in 9th.
IForced a runner for Noren In 2nd.
Boston 300 000 010—4
New York . 042 200 OOx—B
Runs—Umphlett. Piersall. Kell. Ste
phens. Collins. Mantle. Woodling (2).
McDougald. Martin (2). Sain. Errors —
Boiling. Baker, Kennedy. Runs batted
In—White (2i. Evers. Stephens, Sain
<4l Bauer. Woodling. McDougald. Rlz
*uto. Two-base hits—Baker. Berra.
Sain. Home run—Stephens. Stolen
bases—Woodling, Martin Double play—
P.iLZUto to Collins. Left on bases —
Eoston. 6; New York. 10. Bases on
balls—Off Kennedy. 3; off Baln, 3.
Struck out —By Kennedy. 2: by Free
man, 2; by Sain. 5. Hits —Off Brown.
6 in l'j innings; off Kennedy. 6 in 4 3 j
innings: off Freeman, l in 2 innings.
Tuns and earned runs—Off Brown. 4-4;
rtt Kennedy. 4-2; off Freeman. 0-0: off
Eain. 4-4. Hit by pitcher—Kennedy
(Martini. Wild pitch—Brown. Win
ning pitcher—Sain (4-2 >. Losing pitch
er—Brown 13-2>. Time —2:36.
Dodgers, 16; Phillies, 2
Brooklyn A.H.O.A. Phila.
Gilliam.2b 5 2 2 4 Glavi 0.2 b 2 0 3 6
Reese.ss 4 1 3 2 Ashbum.cf 3 2 2 0
Robinson.lf 511 OWy stek.rl 1o 1 ;
Thompn.lf 110 1 •Ennis.lf 10 10
Campn a.c 5 0 5 2 Clark.rf.lf 3 0 0 o
Hodges.lb 5 2 111 Torg on.lb 2 17
Cox. 3b 5 4 2 3 yLohrke 1 0 O 0
Snider cf 42 10 Waitkus.lb 1 06 0
Furillo.rf 3 110 Hamner.ss 4 20 5
Meyer.p 2 0 10 Jones.3b 3 10 4
Hughes.p 0 O 0 0 Burgess.c 3 0 3 0
Podres.p 00 0 1 Lopata.c 10 4 O
{Morgan 10 0 0 Simmons p2lO 0
Erskie.p 2 10 0 Miller.p o o 0 0
Hansen.p 0 o 0 o
Stuffel p 0000
Peterson.p 0 0 0 0
IMayo 1 0 0 0
Totals 42 15 27 14 Totals 28 727 15
♦ Struck out for Torjeson in sth.
{Grounded out for Podres in Mth.
(Grounded out for Peterson in 9th.
Brooklyn 100 101 0 12 I—l 6
Philadelphia 010 100 00 o— 2
Runs—Gilliam (2). Reese. Robinson,
Thompson. Campanella. Hodges (31. Cox
(3i. Snider (2). Furillo. Erskine. Ash
burn Torgeson. Errors —Wyrostek. Sim
mons. Runs batted in—Robinson (2>.
Hamner. Furillo (4), Torgeson. Snider
(3). Erskine. Gilliam. Reese (3). Hodges.
Campanella. Two-base hits—Gilliam (2>,
Snider <2>, Thompson. Three-base hits—
Reese. Furillo. Stolen base—Torgeson.
Sacrifices—Ashburn. Glaviano. Double
plays—Reese to Hodges; Hamner to Gla
viano to Torgeson i2i; Left on bases—
Brooklyn. 9: Philadelphia. S. Bases on
Balls—Off Simmons. 6; off Miller. 1:
off Hansen. 1; off Meyer. 3; off Hughes.
3; off Podres. 1: off Stuffel. 2. Struck
cut—By Simmons. 3; by Peterson. 3:
by Podres. 1; by Erskine. 3. Hits—Off
Simmons. 9 in 7 innings: off Miller, 1 in
0 inning: off Hansen, 2 in 0 Inning;
off Stuffel. o in 0 inning: off Peterson,
3 in 2 innings: off Meyer. 4 in 3 inn
ings; off Hughes. 0 in 1 inning; off
Podres. 0 In 1 inning; off Erskine, 3 in
4 innings. Runs and earned runs—Off
Simmons. 8-7; off Miller. 2-2: off Hansen.
3-3; off Stuffel. 2-2: off Peterson. 1-1:
off Meyer, 2-2: off Podres. 0-0; off
Hughes. 0-0: off Erskine. 0-0. Wild pitch
—Peterson. Winning pitcher—Podres
11-2 H Losing pitcher—Simmons (6-3).
Time—3:29. Attendance—24,7ls.
Minor Leagues
ly tht Associated Press
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
W. L. Pet W L Pet
Seattle 37 17.685 San D'go 23 32 .418
Los Ang’a 34 22 .607 Oakland 22 31 .415
H'lyw'd 30 23.566 Sacra'to 22 31.415
Portland 24 26 4R(> San Fr'o 22 32 .407
Hollywood. s—-0:5 —-0: Portland. 3—5.
Oakland I—3; San Diego. o—6
Sacramento. 7—2; Los Angeles. 6—3
(2nd game. Hi lnningsi.
Seattle. 2—l; San Francisco. 1,—4.
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet.
Toronto 18 13 .581 Ottawa 16 14 .533
M ntreal 16 12.571 B’timore 14 16 467
Buffalo 15 12.556 Sy'cuse 11 17.393
Roch ter 13 11 542 Springfl'ld 9 17 .346
Springfield. 5—5: Montreal. 3—7.
Rochester. s—o; Toronto. 4—3.
Baltimore. 11—4: Buffalo. 5 —3.
Ottawa- 5—7: Syracuse. I—4
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
W L. Pet. W. L. Pet.
Ran C. 2113.618 Toledo is 19.486
Xnd P lls 21 15 .583 Ch i ton 15 19.441
St Paul 20 16.556 Min p lls 14 21.403
Louisvl* 17 16 515 Colbus 12 10.387
Charleston. 4 —3: Indianapcuit. 1-10.
Louisville. 6—2: St. Paul. 2—4.
Columbus. B—s: Toledo. 6—B.
Minneapolis. 6—4; Kansas City. 2—3.
TEXAS LEAGUE.
_ W. L. Pot. W. L. Pet.
Shreve't 25 13 658 Dallas 20 19.513
Ft. Wth 23 18 561 S n A't'o 18 23.439
Hoston 20 18.526 Beaum't 16 24.400
Tulsa 19 18.514 Ok. City 15 23 395
Oklahoma City, s—3: Tulsa. 6—7.
Dallas. 2: Fort Worth, l.
Houston, 4; Reaumont. o.
Shreveport. 7; San Antonio. 4.
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION.
_ W. L. Pet. W. 1.. Pet.
Bir'ham 24 16.603 Atlanta 1921.415
Me'phls 22 17 .564 Lie R'ck IS 20 .474
Nash le 2120.512 N. Ori s 19 23 .452
Mobile 20 22.488 Chafga 16 20.444
Little Rock. 4—l: Atlanta. 3—4
Birmingham. 8—1: Memphis. 5 —2.
Mobile. 9—2: Chattanooga. 4—4.
New Orleans B —<-■ Nashville. 4—9.
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet
Jacklle 31 7.816 Macon 1720.459
Cotu bia 27 13.675 Bav nah 16 25.390
Mont ry 19 18.514 Colu’bus 1623.410
Augusta 19 15.514 Charl'ton 8 29.216
Augusta. 12: Savannah. 6.
Columbus. 13: Charleston. 0.
Jacksonville. 8: Macon. 6.
Columbia. 6: Montgomery. 1.
EASTERN LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet.
Reading 20 10.667 Albany 14 15.483
B amton 20 14 .588 W sport 13 15 .464
f ertady 14 13 .519 W.-Barre 13 18 .419
Imira 15 14.517 S anton 1121.344
Albany. 9-4: Binghamton. 3-0.
Schenectady. 7-2; Elmira. 6-1.
Williamsport. 4-4; Scranton. 3-2.
Reading. 10-2; Wilkes-Barre, 3-2 (2nd
lame 7 Innings*.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet.
Denver 22 11.667 D a M'es 13 16.448
Col Spg 19 11 .633 S. City 13 17.433
Pueblo 20 12 .623 Wichita 13 22 .371
Omaha 16 13.552 Lincoln 7 21.250
Denver. 7-11: Lincoln. 4-2.
Colorado Springs. 5-11; Sioux City.
Wichita at Des Moines. 2 postponed.
Omaha. 7-4; Pueblo. 8-5.
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Major League
Braves, 5-2; Cubs, 4-5
FIRBT GAME.
Milwaukee A.-i.O.A. Chieaga A.H.O.A.
Bruton.cf 4 12 0 B holtx.rf 5 13 0
Logan ss 4 0 3 3 Miksis.2b 4 3O 2
Math ws.3b 4 0 12 Smalley.ss 4 11 3
Gordon.lf 3 10 1 Sauer.lf 5 1 2 o
Pen ton If o 0 1 o Jackson 3b 3 114
Pafko.rf 40 2 0 Fondy.lb 5 212 0
Adccck.lb 4 0 5 1 Jeffcoat.cf 10 2 0
I Dittmer.lb 2 14 3 ‘Ward.ef l 1 0 o
Crandall,c 318 1 McC'l'gh.c 2 1 3 1
Antelli.p I 000 tS’atski.c 3 0 2 0
Johnson.p 1 0 O 0 H»cker.” 3 o I 1
Bickford.p 2 0 10 tCav'retta 10 0 0
Simpson,p 0 0 0 C
Totals 32 4 27 11 Totals 36 11 27 11
tFouled out for McCullough In sth.
•Singled for Jeffcoat in 3rd.
{Grounded out for Hacker in Bth.
Milwaukee ... 050 000 OOO—S
Chicago . 200200 OOO—4
i Runs—Gordon. Pafko. Adcock. Dittmer.
| Crandall. Miksis (2). Smalley. Sauer.
Errors—Fondy. Jackson. Runs batted In
i —Sauer. Fondy. Adcock. Crandall (3).
I Burton. Bmallev (2). Two-base hits—
-1 Crandall. Gordon, Bruton. Three-base
! hit—Fondy. Home run—Smallev Stolen
base—Miksis. Left on bases—Milwaukee,
! 4; Chicago. 11. Bases on balls—Off An
tonelll. 3; off Hacker. 3: off Bickford. 3:
off Simpson. 1. Struck out —By Antonelli,
I 1: by Johnson. 3: by Hacker. 4; by Biek
-1 ford. 3. Hits—Off Antonelli. 4 in 1
1 innings: off Johnson. 5 in 2*3 Innings;
i off Hacker. 4 in 8 innings: off Simpson.
<i in 1 inning: off Bickford. 2 in 5 in
j nings. Runs and earned runs—Off An-
I tonelli. 2-2; off Johnson. 2-2: off Hacker.
5-2: off Simpson. 0-0: off Bickford, o-o.
1 Winning pitcher—Bickford il-3i. Losing
; pitcher—Hacker, (1-7). Time—2:l9. At
tendance—2l.2so.
SECOND GAME.
Mllwaakee A.H.O.A. Chieaga. A.H.O.A.
Bruton.cf 4 0 10 Btum’s.rf 4 0 10
Logan.ss 3 111 Miksis.2b 4 2 3 4
Math's.3b 3 2 I 3 Fondy.lb 3 2 8 0
Gordon.lf 3 O 3 o Jeffcoat.cf 110 2
Pafko.rf 4 13 1 Sauer.lf 3 2 2 O
' ' Pend'n.rf 0 0 0 0 W'rd.cf.lb 4 0 4 0
Adcock.lb 4 3 2 1 Jackson.3b 3 0 14
! Dittmer,2b 4 18 2 Atwell,c 4 3 3 0
Cooper.c 3 2 5 0 Smalley.ss 4 2 4 5
tCrandall 1 0 0 o Klip st n.p 4 0 13
Buhl.p 0000
•Hanebr'k 0000
Anton ll.p o o o o
tSt.Clatre 10 0 0
Jolly p 0 0 o o
ICrowe • 110 0
Wilson, p 0000
••Thorpe 10 0 0
Totals 32 10 24 8 Totals 34 12 27 18
•Walked for Buhl in 2d.
♦Lined out for Antonelli in sth.
{Ran for Cooper in 7th.
(Singled for Jolly In 7th.
'Ran for Pafko In Bth.
“•Grounded out for Wilson in 9th.
j Milwaukee _ ... 000 000 200—2
! Chicago 300 000 02x—5
Runs—Dittmer. Crandall. Baumholtz,
Miksis, Fondy, Sauer, Atwell. Errors—
None. Runs batted in—Sauer, Atwell
j (2i. Crowe, Logan. Jeffcoat (2). Two
; base hits—Mathews (2). Sauer. Logan.
Atwell. Sacrifice—Jeffcoat. Double plays
i —Jackson to Miksis to Fondy: Miksis to
Smalley to Ward (2). Left on bases—
Milwaukee. 7; Chicago. 11. Bases on
balls—Off Buhl. 1: off Jolly. 1: off Wil
son. 3; off Klippsteln. 3. Struck out—
-IBy Buhl. 1: by Antonelli, 1: by Jolly.
|2: by Klippsteln. 2. Hits—Off Buhl, 4
in 1 inning: off Antonelli. 3 In 3 innings:
off Jolly. 2 in 2 Innings; off Wilson. 3
in 2 innings. Runs and earned runs—
Off Buhl. 3-3; off Antonelli, 0-0: off
Jolly. 0-0; off Wilson. 2-2: off Klipp
stein. 2-2. Hit by pitcher—By Kllpp
stein. (Logan i. Winning pitcher—Klipp
stein (3-21 Losing pitcher—Buhl (2-2).
Time—2.os. Attendance—2l,2so.
Giants, 11; Pirates, 3
New, York A.H.O.A. Pittsburgh A.H.O.A.
Will ms.2b 3 2 3 6 Abrams.rf 3 110
Dark.ss 6 3 2 4 Bernler.cf 5 13 1
Tho'pson3b 4 115 Smith.lb 3 19 0
Irvin.rf 5 3 3 1 Kiner.lf 4 3 (I 1
Lockman.lf 8 3 10 Llndell.p 2 0 0 2
Gilbert.lb 2 0 14 0 Pettit.o 0 o 0 u
i Thomson.cf 53 3 0 »Metkovich l o 0 o
Westrum.c 3 o o 0 Hetki.p 0 o o 0
Noble.c 1000 tM'tem'or 0 o o 6
Jansen p 4 10 1 M Don’ld.n o 6 o o
Wilhelm.p 1 0 0 0 O'Co'ell. lb 3 1 3 2
C tig'ne.3b 4 0 2 1
Bandloek.c 2 o 3 1
tGar’iola 2 0 5 0
j Cole.ss 4 115
Totals 40 16 27 17 Totals 33 827 13
•Filed out for Pettit in 6th.
♦ Hit by pitched ball for Hetkl In 7th.
{Batted for S&ndlock in 6th.
New York . 120 210 122—11
Pittsburgh 001 001 100— 3
Runs—Williams (2*. Dark. Thomp
son <3 >. Loekman. Thomson (2), Wes
trum. Jansen. Bernier. Kiner. Cole.
Errors—Castiglione. Williams. Runs
oatted in—Loekman <2i, Dark (3>,
Kiner. Irvin (2). Metkovich. Thomson
(31. Bernier. Thompson. Two-base hits—
Smith. Dark. Loekman. Thompson.
Three-base hits—Kiner. Home runs—
I Thomson, Bernier. Stolen base—
Loekman. Double plays—Thompson to
Wili ams to Gilbert. 2: Cole to O'Connell
I to Smith: Dark to Williams to Gilbert,
i Left on bases—New York. 12: Pittsburgh.
|9. Bases on balls—Off Undell. 5; off
Jansen. 4: off Pettit. 1: off Hetkl. 1:
off MacDonald. 3: off Wilhelm. 1. Struck
out—By Undell. 3; by MacDonald. 1.
Hits—Off LrndeU. 9 In 5 Innings, off
f atilt. 1 in I inning; off Httkt I In 1
; Inning: off MacDonald. 8 In 2 Innings:
off Jansen. 8 in B*., innings, off Wilhelm,
o In 2 1 a innings Runs and earned
runs—Off Jansen. 3-3: off Lindell. 6-4;
off Pettit. 0-0; off Hetki. 1-1: off Mac-
Donald. 4-4. Hit by pitcher—Wilhelm
(Montemayori. Winning pitcher—Jansen
'4-3 Losing pitcher—Lindell (2-5).
Time—2‘6o. Attendance—2o.966.
White Sox, 3; Tigers, 1
Chicago A H O.A. Detroit A.H.O.A.
i Car as'el.ss 4 110 Pesky.2b 3 0 3 2
Pain.lb 3 114 0 Priddy.2b 10 0 0
Minoso.lf 213 1 Kuenn.ss 42 2 3
Mele.rf 4 2 0 0 Mullin.lf 5 1 2 o
l Ste'h'ns.Hb 3 0 2 2 Dropo.lb 4 0 8 3
Rivera.cf 4 110 Delslng.cf 3 10 0
Wilson.c 3 0 3 0 Lund.rf 4 12 0
! Pox.2b 4 o 3 111 Glnsberg.c 4 18 2
Forn'les.p 1 0 0 0 Hatfield.3b 3 114
Bearden, p 0 0 0 1 Oray.p 2 0 11
Keegan.p 2 0 0 0 Herbert.p 0000
•Nleman 10 0 0
Totals 30 627 14 Totals 34 727 15
•Struck out for Herbert in 9th.
Chicago 000 100 002—3
Detroit 010 000 OOO—l
Runs—Fain, Mlnoso, Mele. Lund.
Error—Carrasquel. Runs batted in—
Mele (2). Rivera. Hatfield. Two-base
hits Mele (2). Sacrifice Mlnoso.
Double play—Olnberg to Kueßn. Left
on bases—Chicago. 5: Detroit, 11. Bases
on balls—Off Fornieies. 1: off Bearden.
3: off Keegan. 1: off Orgy. 4. Struck 1
out—Bv Fornieies. 1: by Keegan. 1: by !
Gray. 7. Hits—Off Fornieies. 6 in 2'* i
innings: off Bearden. 0 in 1H Innings;
off Keegan. 2 in s'a innings; off Gray. 6
in BV 3 innings: off Herbert. 0 in * 3 in
ning. Runs and earned runs—Off For
nieies. l-l; off Bearden- 0-0: off Keegan.
o-O: off Gray. 3-3: off Herbert. 0-0. Win
ning pitcher—Keegan il-Oi. Losing
Ditcher—Gray (0-6). Time—2:3B. At
tendance—l 7.474.
Box Scores
Indians, 5-9; Browns, 1-8
FIRST GAME
St. Louii A.H O.A. Cleveland A.H.O.A. !
Berry.ss 3 1 2 0 Boone.ss 1 0 5 3 I
♦ Edwards 1 0 0 0 Avila.2b 3 1 3 2
Brecheen,p 0 o O o Doby.ct 3 0 6 0
Kokos.rf 2 0 2 0
Kry'ski.lb 4 0 9 2 Mitchell.lf 3 1 10,
Lcnh’dt.lf 4 o 1 0 Kennedy.lf 1 00 o
Courtney.c 10 2 1 Simpson,rf 3 1 3 o
(Hunter 0000 Glvnn.lb 3 0 3 o
Dyck.3b 4 12 2 Hegsn.c 3 O 5 2
Young,2b 4 12 2 Wynn.p 2 0 0 1
Groth.cf 2 0 3 0
Hol'man.p 10 0 1
Patae.p 10 10
•Elliott 110 0
tMi'nda.ss 0000
Totals 784 24 11 Totals 264278
• Singled for Paige in Bth.
♦ Called out on strikes lor Berry in
Bth.
t Ran for Elliott In Bth.
I Ran for Courtney in 9th.
St. Louis .001 000 OOO—I
Cleveland 104 000 OOO—S
Runs—Groth, Boone (2). Doby, Rosen. j
Wynn. Error—Courtney. Runs batted
In—Doby. Berry. Avila, Rosen l3t. *
Three-base hit—Berry. Home run—
Rosen. Sacrifice—Avila. Double plays— ;
Young to Eerry to Kryhoski: Avila to :
Boone to Glynn. Left on bases—St. J
Louis. 6; Cleveland. 4. Bases on balls—
Off Holloman. 5: off Wynn. 6; off Paige.
1. Struck out—By Wynn. 5; by Paige.
2. Hits—Off Holloman. lin 2Vs innings; ;
off Paige. 3 in 4Vs innings: off Brecheen. '
(i in 1 Inning. Runs and earned runs— :
Off Wynn. 1-1; off Holloman. 4-4: off'
Paige. 1-1; off Brecheen, 0-0. Balk—
Holloman. Winning pitcher Wynn 1
15-1». Losing pitcher—Holloman ii-2). ;
Time —2:20.
SECOND GAME.
St. Louis A.H.O.A. Cleveland A.H.O.A I
Berry.ss 5 '.'l l 3 Boone.ss 5 15 2
Kokof.rf 211 il Avila.2b 4211 2 I
Kryh'ki.lb 5 1 6 u Doby.cf 3 1 3 (I
Edwards.ll 4 14 6 Rosen.3b 5 111
Courtney.c 5 6 71 Kennedy.rf 3 u 4 o
•Hunter 0 6 0 tl J.Lemon.lf 3 0 3 1
Elliott.3b 3 112 fMitcbell 16 0 0
♦ Wertz 11 ii (i Westlake.lf 2 10 0
tMiranda 00It 0 Glynn.lb 43 6 3
Young.2b 3 (I 4 2 Folles.c 1 II 0 1
(Lenhardt 1 0 (l 0 IMcCoskv 1 O 0 0
Groth.cf 4 2 0 0 Hegan.c 1 (I 4 O
Cain.p 2 2 0 1 Garcia.p 0 0 tl U
Larsen.p 2 (1 0 0 Hoskins.d 3 13 1
Paige.d 6 0 0 0 Brissie.p 0 0 o 0
Hooper. d 0000
Totals 37 12 ?4 9
Totals 35 10 27 11
•Ran for Courtney In 9th.
IRan for Wertz In 9th.
|Btruck out for Young in 9th.
♦Hit into force out for J. Lemon in sth.
fPopped out for Foiles in sth.
St. Louis 030 200 003—8
Cleveland .. ... 010 410 21x—9
Runs—Berry. Kokos. Kryhoski. Hunt
er. Elliott. Young. Groth. Cain. Boone.
Avila. Doby. Kennedy (2). Westlake.
Glvnn. Foiles. Hoskins. Errors ■— J.
Lemcn. Berry, Elliott. Avila. Runs
batted in—Groth. Glynn (2). Boone (4).
Kokos. Hoskins (21. Westlake. Courtney
Wertz. Two-base hits —Glynn (2). Cain.
Elliott. Kokos. Wertz. Berry. Home run—
Boone Double play—Glynn to Boone.
Left on bases—st. Louis. 8: Cleveland.
10. Bases on balls—Off Cain. 4; off
Garcia. 3; off Hoskins. 3: off Larsen. 2.
Struck out—By Cain. 1; Larsen. 5:
Hoskins. 3: Hooper, 1. Hits—Off Gar
cia, 4 In I*3 innings; off Cain. 4 in 4
innings; off Larsen. 6 in 3Vs innings;
off Paige. 0 in *j inning: off Hoskins.
7 in 7 Innings; off Brissie. 1 in 0 in
ning; off Hooper. 0 In >s inning. Runs
and earned runs—Off Garcia. 3-3: off
Cain, 6-5: off Larsen. 3-1; off Hoskins.
5-2; off Paige. 0-0: off Brissie. 0-0; off
Hocper. 0-0. Hit by pitcher—Cain
(Doby); by Larsen (Glynn). Wild pitches
—Larsen <2l. Passed ball—Foiles. Win
ning pitcher—Hoskins 12-0). Losing
pitcher—Cain (0-2). Time—2:s3. At
tendance—l7.27B.
Cards, 2; Redlegs, 0
Cincinnati A.H OA. St. Louis A.H.O.A.
Temple.2b 3o 3 3 Hemus.ss 3 116
tHatton 1 0 0 0 Bchoe't.2b 4 0 2 5
Adams.3b 4 00 4 Musial.rf 30 2 1
Bell.cf 3 110 Bilko.lb 2 1 14 0
Green* s.lf 40 3 1 Lowrey.lf 4 00 o
Marshall.rf 3 12 0 Jabl'ski 3b 30 0 2
Klusz'ki.lb 3 013 0 D.Rice.c .2170
Landrlch.c 3 1 0 1 Repulskl.cf 2 111
M'Mlllan ss 3 12 6 Staley.D 2 0 0 2
Nuxhall.p 2 10 1
•Marquis 10 0 0
Collum.p 0o 0 1 |
Totals 30 5 24 17 Totals 25 4 27 17
•Called out on strikes for Nuxhall |
in Bth.
tGiounded out for Temple in 9th. I
Cincinnati __ 000 000 OOO—O :
St. Louis 010 00(1 lOx—2 !
Runs —Rice. Repulskl. Error—Land
rich. Runs batted In—Repulskt. Two
base hits—Repulskl. Marshall Stolen
base Greengrass. Sacrifice Staley.
Double plays—Adams to Temple to Klus
zcwskl; Cotlum to McMillan and Klus
zewski. SjEsial to D. Rice. Left on bases
—Cincinnati. 4. St. Louis. 6. Base on
balls—Off Nuxhall. 4: off Collum. 1: off
Staley, ]. Struck out—Bv Staley. 4. Hits
—Off Nuxhall, 4 In 7 Innings; off Collum. i
0 in 1 inning. Runs and earned runs—
Off Nuxhall. 2-1: off Collum. 0-0: off
Staley. 0-0. Hit by pitcher—By Nuxhall
iD. Rlcei. Winping pitcher—Staley (6-1). I
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Capital Drivers Finish
One-Two in Solomons
Outboard Marathon
8y Malcolm Lamborne, Jr.
Spacial Correspondent of The Star
SOLOMONS, Md.. May 25.
Two Capital Power Boat Associa
tion drivers starred here yester
day in the Solomons Outboard
Club marathon, a 50-mile Pa
tuxent River grind. A good held
of 73 boats raced in six classes.
Norman Rand, a Washington
taxi driver, led a salt water traffic
jam of 26 BU-class boats, the
largest field of the day. Driving
Miss Pesky, Rand was out in
front for the entire eight laps of
a 6V4-mile course.
Rand is starting his second
year of outboard racing. His time
for the 50 miles was 1:17.24.
Chuck Daugherty of Silver
Spring, another CPBA member,
drove his Nasty Nine II to sec
ond place, about 8 seconds
back of Rand. Daugherty, who
became a father Friday, was
handing out cigars at the out
board pits before the race.
Third Man Has Hard Luck.
A third CPBA driver was the
hard luck man for the day. Eu
gene (Jack) Holt, high-point
professional stock runabout
driver in Region 4 last year,
was in third place in the DU
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class when he sheared a pin
on his rudder. His boat, Baby
800 which hails from Fort Bel
voir, Va., broke down on the sev
enth lap. Holt limped back to
the pits and never got back.
The DU winner in 1:04.54 was
Fred Snyder of Lancaster, Pa.
Walter Robbins. Springfield,
Mass., placed second, and Doug
Stone’s Blitz Buggy of Beaver
dam Va., was third.
Scotty Strauss, 21-year-old Se
verna Park (Md.) driver, gave
some older hands a few lessons
in racing when he brought Tom
my Johnson’s Sho-Nuff II home
first in the AU class. His time
was 1:29.04. Second place went
to Nick Chapman’s Rowdy of
East Moriches, N. Y.
Strauss, who has been racing
since he was 14, led all but one
CU class boat, supposedly faster
boats. The AU and CU classes
were run together, Strauss’ win
ning time was only 8 seconds
slower than the CU winner, Ber
nard Abrams’ Wang Dang of
Wilmington, N. C. Strauss was
regional high point professional
hydro driver last year,
j Runnerup honors in CU were
: taken by E. G. Ford, jr., of Rich
i mond, Va.
Ideal Race Conditions.
Thousands of spectators afloat
i and ashore viewed the races un
l der ideal conditions. There was
a cool breeze from the Chesa
: peake and scarcely a ripple on
; the river. The course took the
i boats out to Drum Point and
j back, then up St. John and Mill
Creeks and back, a total of 6Va
miles. Eight times around made
a total of 50 miles.
1 Another hard-luck driver was
E. G. Facey of Washington, who
j broke down in the free-for-all
| stock hydro race. He was in
| fourth place on the third lap.
Winner was Robert Boerckel’s
THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. 6.
MONDAY. MAT 28. 1953
Rhubarb of Franklin Square,
N. Y.
AU Clzsz— l, Sho-Nuff n. Scott
Strauss. Severn* Park. Md.; 2. Rowdy,
Nick Chapman. East Moriches. N. Y.;
3. High society 111. William Steinfleld.
Lon* Beach. N. Y.; 4. Flyina Tiger,
Edward F. Taylor. Hebron. Md.: 5.
Ja-’e* Hoffert. Reading, pg. Tim*.
1:29.04; speed. 31.358 m.p.h.
CU Class—l. Wang Dang. Bernard
Abrams. Wilmington. N. C.; 2. Spike.
E. G. jr.. Richmond. Va.; 3, Blue
Streak. A. W. Seeley. Jr., Nortolk. Va.;
|4. Lu-Lu I. Carl Breland. Solomons.
Md.; 5. Slo-Poke. Donald Bowen, Hunt
mtSown. Md. Time. 1:28:52: speed.
33.027 m.p.h.
BU Class—l. Miss Pesky. Norman
Rand. Washington: 2. Nasty Nine.
Chuck Dauaherty, Silver Spring: 3. Peter
Rosatt. Richmond Hill. N. Y-: 4. Ge
ronomo. Larry Reber. Reading. Pa.; 5.
Pa-'l Rothenberger, Reading. Time,
1:17.24.
DU Class—l, Fred Snyder, Lancaster.
Pa.: 2. Walter E. Robbins. Springfield.
Mass.: 3. Blits Buggy. Doug Stone. Bea
verdam. Va ; 4. Nancy Ann VII. Herb
Bentley. Mt. Carmel. Conn.: 5. So Sonic,
John T. Henry, Palls Church. Va. Time.
, 1:04:54
’ Free-for-al! Stock Hydro—l, Rhubarb,
i Robert Boercke. Franklin Square, N. Y.:
2. Thurston Hinyub. New Orleans. La.;
i 3. Sabre Jet, Richard Holt. Dagsboro.
, Del.: 4. Charley Boy. Sidney Walker,
Millsborn. Del. Time. 1:16.26.
, j LU Class—l. M. Belle 11, Billy Oross.
. Essex. Md.; no other finishers. Time not
> taken.
Sightless Oarsmen
Use Thumb Tacks
To Check Strokes
ly the Associated Press
LAKE PLACID, N. Y„ May 25.
—A four-man crew of blind oars
men is showing the world they
can row their own boat.
Sweep-swingers from the New
York Institute for the Education
of the Blind raced Northwood
School over a 1-mile course on
Mirror Lake.
Guided by a sighted coxswain,
the blind oarsmen check the po
sitions of their blades by the
feel of thumb tacks along the
handles of the oars. This is the
third year that institute shells
have raced sighted crews.
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