The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 18, 1949, Page 6, Image 6

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4-1 Victory Puis Senators Back
let First Division; Lineup Shift
By At Llghtner
1 Statesman .Sport Editor
Bus rer may never have been much more 'wild than he was
In his Waters field stint last night against the Victoria Athletics. But
at the ane time he perhaps never had more stuff on his casts. Final
result:, A 4-1 Salem win over the lowly Athletics, the captain of
which was Burly Bui and a two-hit mound job despite the fact that
he kepi his sortie on the antagonistic side by virtue of nine bases on
balls. We win, fifth of the campaign by Roseburg Bus, pulled the
Senators" beck to a .500 percentage in the standings and a perch once
again In the first division.
The two clubs go at it again tonight at eight o'clock, and Big Jim
Olsen will be on the Salem mound after his eighth win of the season.
His opponent? Chances are Mgr. Ted Norbert of the last-place Athle
tics only wishes he had someone like Jo Blankenship, Len Kasparo
vich. Bill Woop or the likes to toss aWthe locals.
Norberf selecte last night, a right hard-throwing Larry Ward,
was almost as wild as Sporer, and because of it got himself whipped
In the early innings when Salem tallied single rum In the first four
frames. Walks figured in every one. Just as they did in the loner
scored off Sporer In the fifth. Bus passed four in a row for that one.
On the more artistic side, the only hits gleaned off Bus' quick one
and sharp curve were by rrank Match in the fourth and Pinch
hitter Dick Morgan in the ninth. Matoh's was a bouncer down the
third base Una that went for a double, and Morgan' was a s ingle shot
Into left between snort and third. j
The Salem runs came thusly: In the first. Bud Peterson walked
and stols second, therein setting a precedent. By no later than the
third Inning, no les than six atolen bases were i registered by the
Solons and In trying to catch the fleeing athletes doing their pilfering.
Catcher Bdb Day committed two errors on bad throws.
All this and Ward's fres tickets to first base, plus timely clutch
hitting by Mel Wasley, wayne -e-terson
and Bob Cherry, brought In
the runs. Wasley singled across
Bud Peterson In the first, and
Wayne Peterson Deiiea "croa
Marty Krug In the second. Larry
Ortelg's hit, and two stolen bases,
along with Cherry's fly-out In the
third netted another tally. Two
walks .one of Day's bad throws
and Wsyne Peterson's fly speared
No 4 In the fourth.
The deluge of stolen bases and
walks oeased from there on and
Ward, exhibiting some fine stuff,
halted the locals. But there Just
wasn't to be any scoring off Sporer
In other than his one four-walks
Inning, so Ward's sterling efforts
went for nil.
Of equal importance ss the win
to the customers was the fact that
b.ck Slnovic, after sitting around
for a few days doing nothing, fin
ally appeared In the regular line
up. The "Rapping Richard" of last
"year's outfit he hit .332 played
right field. ThaUmove brought
shout two changes in the lineup-;
I.arry Orteig was shifted to third
base and Bob Hedington, who has
been playing some gTeat third sack
lately, was benched. Chances are
Hedington will be sold, traded or
released. . . ...
, Sinovic failed to hit safely in
four tries he hit a couple pretty
h ird at that but it will take a
ltttle time for the recent baseball
Gulliver to settle down. Slnovic
ti.it been everywhere from River
si ie, Cel., to Macon. Ga , so far
this season, with plenty of way
p-nnts. . , . .
s a nnv rata he's back in har
ness, and should provide plenty of
punch and color to the local out
f.t The "Bleacher Buddy' night
4W about 400 kids again whoop
ing it up in the third-base bleach
. ei How they do love their
"nights" . . Salem had but six
. .. nr i ..It .inolu and two
rills Oil waiu, .
by Mel Wasley who seems to have
shaken the slump he fall into . . .
Orteig had two errors In his new
position, but understandibly will
n.-t-d a little time to get acquainted
with the far turn defensively . . .
The rapidity with which the Sa-lem-Vancouver
games were play
ed went blooey even In last nights
, low-hit effort, for it took two
t'urs and 10 minutes to pass.
Yea, Sporer 1
Victoria (
l) ( 81"
A 0 A A if OA
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1 l.OrteigJb .4 1
2 1 Wasley.U 4 t I 0
2 2 Cherry .m 4 0 0 0
2 1 Sinovic.rf 4 0 10
0 Krug. lb .l I IS I
1 l Bwrd.e -Iff?
0 1 Sporer.p .S 1 t
o o!
Total 29 2 24 ToUl mil
Batted for Wjlseth In 9th.
Haltarf rtr VL' mv t in 9th.
Vuto.la ...000 010 000 1 I
galem .. Ul 100-OOK 4 I I
I'tirhar IR AH H H SO BB
Ward ... I' J J
ft.ier W I I 1
wild nlU-hes-SDorer: left on bases-
Victoria 10. Salem 9; error: Orteig I.
t.. twn-lMw hl's-Match; run bat-
td in -Waaler. W. Peterson I Cherry.
Hucrola: stolen ba B. Petereoeu
Wasley 2. Krug. Orteig 1; double play
B Peterson to W. Peterson to Krug.
Orteig to W. Peterson to Krug Tim
I in Umpires' Husband and Mathtv;
attendance: 790.
V CATER PRACTICE
The Yeater Appliance Class B
Salem Junior ball team known
a Team No. 2 before a- sponsor
wit named will practice thla
morning at nine o clock at Leslie
All players on the team are urged
be present without fall, even
if they can't stay long enough
to practice. .
Oregonians
In the laor
What they did Friday:
AbRHO
laky. Red So Ill
A CRM
1 1 I
1
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4 I S
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S 1 s
Ktoarr, Red Sox
0n don . Indiana 4 0 S
s t I
fan. Red, won Friday Cave urn 8
runs. T htla la S Inninga. walked S,
Struck out 4.
4Ez',;Walcott
KANKAKEE. Ill- Jane 11-iP)
Essard Charles and Jersey Joe
Waiett today were prenea)ee4
te be in perfect physical eea
ellUea far their NBA heavy
weight championship fight In
C'hleage next Wednesday night,
rhysleians from the IlUaels
state athletic remmissiea tsajsi
laetf the heavyweights at a aa-
rial aeeetlag ef the H-It-i
Charles weighed 111 peaad.
with Wslc.tt selling Iff.
The slx-eeaee sieves the hex
ere will ft wear were In pee ted
9s Two-Ihiitteir
The Statesman. Salem, Oregon, Saturday. June 18. 1949
Salem Legion Nine
Rocks Mi. Angel, 9-3.
MT. ANGEL, June 17 (Special) Bofc DeGeer stopped Mt. Angel
pn two hits tonight as the Salem American Legion Junior baseball
team whacked the Mt. Angel nine 9 to 1; to run their win streak to
seven straight games.
Yaks Extend
WIL Margin
Yakima, June 17 V The
Wactern International league
Yaklma Bears went eight games
up on second-place Vancouver by
defeating the Caps, 10-4, in the
first of a four-game series here
tonight.
Yakima did all of the damage in
two big Innings. The Bears over
came a two-run deficit with seven
runs in the sixth. Yakima scored
three runs off starter Vern Kinds
father and greeted his reliefer
Carl Gunnarson with four more
runs before Pitcher Larry Powell
ended the innittg by striking out.
Catcher Bud : Sheely and Left
fielder Orrin Snyder each collect
ed three hits in five trips to the
plate for Vancouver.
Vancouver OlliOOO 002 4 10 1
Yakima ... 00S007 00x 10 11 1
Kindsfather, Gunnarson (8) and
Sheely; Powell! and Orteig.
Jury's Florists
Top Jeff Nine
Jary's Florist topped a Jeffer
son team 11-10 in a twilight soft
ball slugfest at Jefferson Friday
night.
Jefferson grabbed the lead in
the first inning and from then on
the edge changed hands six
times. Cower, who replaced Adams
on the mound; for Jary's in the
sixth was credited with the vie
tory.
Frank Osborn homered with
one on for the Florists, Unruh
and Alderman tripled. Alderman
led the hitting attack with three
hits for four trips.
Jarv s .023 011 311 11 3
Jefferson JQ3 lit 010 4
Adams. Qower (B) ana vaiaax;
Stewart and Jones.
- i r-r
Waiikjis Better
4fter6peratioii
CHICAGO June 17 -)- Eddie
Waitkus. Philadelphia : Nationals
star first baseman, today under
went a minori eperatlon to draw
blood from a lung pierced when
he was shot; by a bobby-sox fan.
The 28-year-old j athlete re
mained ini art operating room at
the Illinoifr Masonic hospital about
30 mitwtesj while surgeons worked
with a sukltihn. needle. Later the
hospital Said he was "breathing
easier"! and showing "marked im
taAiteaAfi l' f
itor Swat
(I U Sate)
B H Pet B H Pet
SrUrraPl S 2 J75 Beard , 14 4S J04
Krug m at J77 Hading m IT a J
Cherrr' 4 210 Tt .S4.-Klen 4T 14 J
O. Ptrkn 27 S .37.1 roaler 24 T JB2
Waal. JI14 71 .132 Freder'ks I I JM
Ortec SOT 07 3?4 W Ptrson 24 S Xe
Sporer It SS iSO Oaborn 12 .son
BPtraan 217 7 JlSSinovle 4 S M
J 12 .30.
MU-hlag
W L SO
1 1
ff
33 Foster
21 Peterson
S 4 97 Fredericks
1 9 JtSolarra
S 1
in Top Shape
t
aad erdared ;- eal4 hy Jeeeah
Triaer, eaanaat lee ehalraaaa.
The sieves wfU reaaabi la the
sealed hexes tutfl epeaed la
the ring.
Chalrsaaa Trlner said the 1111
aela rales repairing a hexer te
Uke aa eight eetut, la event
t a kaeckdewa, will he sas
enae4 for the heat The, a
fleered hexer esvat get ap at the
eeaat ef twe. If he wishes. Trl
ner said the bent weald net be
aieppeel beeaawe ef iajary aalese
eats are i; "very aerteaa.
Sen
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Mcl.'ultSrJ
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Spdie " I
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Going Good
Marty Krug (above) may not have
clicked well with the Portland
Beavjrrs this season, er was he
a ball of fire as regular first
baseipaii with the Senators ; in
19474 But since rejoining the lo
cals recently. Marty has shown
gTeat Improvement as a hitter
and ts holding his own with the
club's top swstsmen.
Salem rolled all its .offensive
into H'O big innings, scoring four
runs In the third and five in the
seventh. Mt. Angel scored its
lone run on a hit by Bielemeier, a
stolen; base, a wild pitch and an
error on second baseman Jacob
son. !
Three hits, two errors and a
base pn balls gave the Salem
their four runs in the third. Stew
art led off with a double, and
Jacobson added a single before
Ron Parsons cleared the bases.
The;, seventh was the big inn
ing fot Biil Hanauska's crew. Four
hits, 11 of them singles, a Mt
Angel error and a couple of stolen
gases netted five runs and clinched
the game for the visiting Salem
nine.
The victory kept Salem's victory
string unblemished in 1949 Legion
play, and safely atop the league
standings with seven wins and no
losses.: Except for the fourth De
Geer was never (n trouble. He
struck: out six while yielding only
two hts.
Mt Anjcel (1) (t) Salem
A R H ARM
Fournir.2b 4 0 0 Stewartjn ...3 2 S
Traeger.u 2 0 01 Jackobcn & ill
Byrer.m ... 3 S 0 Sloan Jb 4 X
Bochalex.lb 3 0 0'Jonea.c ...4 1
BlelemierJb 3 1 1 Johnson. rf ) 1 1
-ail
-1 1 1
i 0 l
Wellman.lm 3 0 1 Parson.
Kaegnme.rf 3 0 01 Nelaon.lf ..
Turin.c; 2 0 0 Hjuwn.lh
Ebner.p t S 0 DeGeer ,p S S
Pttai.c 0 0 0)
Donley j 1 0 0
Total
Mt. Angel
Mil Total SO S10
ooo ioo oi a s
sal am ;
Pitchet
Bob DeGeer
0O4 000 I B 10 1
AP St H S3t SO BB
o s s
i 4 S 2
Bob Itinar T
Three-bae
hita-Paraonat
Weflman.
two-baae
hlU-Stewart.
Batting Lead
Held by Rhyne
Although his .500-plus batting
average has slipped to a mere
.465. Hal Rhyne of Wenatchee
continues to lead the Western In
ternational league batters through
games of June 12 (also Salem-
Vancouver game of June 13).
Rhyne and Salem's Bob Cherry
are tied for the lead in runs
batted in with 53.
Edo VannJ of Yakima is second
in hltUng at .400, even though
Bill Brenner of Vancouver, who
doesn't! play regularly, has a .425
mark. I Dick Greco of Tacoma
clouted three more homers to
lead in that department with 15
The averages :
Team Batting
Ab H ZD 3d Hr Pet
1932 S02 104 27 3 313
.. 18.10 SS0 91 23 25 229
. 1934 t7 SS 28 32 293
17S4 520 83 tt 29 290
2010 581 17 19 3 2KB
1BS4 54 11 2 30 27
. 1907 520 100 27 3 273
Yakima I...
Vancouver
Spokane)
Salem ; .
Bremerten
Wenatchee
Victoria J....
Tacoma
i
1921 S22 SS 23 29 272
Team Fielding
W L DP PO A
K Pet
Vancouvr 30 22 7 1357 58
81 M
Yakima : 37 17 3 1388 S17
Salem I 2 28 48 1302 S70
87 958
89 955
98 954
Spokane ; 28 38 52 1427 822
Victoria i... 22 34 44 1422 809 100 953
Tacoma : 23 34 47 1448 833 112 949
Rremertqn .. 25 32 53 14M 800 132 940
Wenatchee 28 40 1532 570 139 938
i Indlrtdaal Batting
Ab M 2b 3b Hr Rbi Pet
Rhyne. Wen . 185 SS 14 I 10 55 465
Brenner. Van T2 Jl 4
Vanni. Yak 230 M 12
Krug. Sal 37 14 S
Cameron. Wan . 172 84 IS
Cherry. Sal 188 88 IS
Balaaal. Vic 52 19 8
Greco. Tae ISO T2 11
Warren. Tae 19 72 It
Orteig. Yak 15 57 I
17
425
400
378
372
388
35
362
342
358
347
345
345
31
7
SS
54
8
4
S3
1
44
3
34
11
48
41
31
34
Arnerlrh, Bre 21
218 75 18 S
IU 49
5 s s i
Koaat. son l
Tornay. Yak
Taylor. Bre . 217 74 1
341
337
Barton. Spe 19 84 li 1
B Peterapn. Sal 218 71 8 T f
333
338
Moore. Yak .. 148 49
49 S T
Jennings:. Yak . 21S
ai
41
333
335
333
333
Gammino. .Yak 158
Mm1. Van
24 8
48
HaakoO. Wee
OrtaHg. Sal -
182 94
18
S3
18S 81 If
330
U Traa. Vaa ... 27 8
9
329
327
338
328
323
321
Rtehardaea. Spe 171 SS It
IS
4
4
ignU Bre 21 71 U
ShMiy. Van . 12t 42 4
Bweeola, Vie 15 3 f
R. Tran, Vaa 198 82 t
37
33
3
IB
1
V
1 23
3 28
S 41
S 44
S 37
1 21
e
S 31
7
1 3
1 2
4 as
Pewit Wn 188 54
321
321
Parka. So 14 4S 1
Jaetate. fak ilS M IS
waaioy . Sal iss II 8
Zaby. Spo 179 IT f
Johaaon. :Tae 104 33
Hack. Vie 219 e IS
Thompaoa. Yak 11 SI IS
McDoogaid. Vac S17 SS IS
Robeneoo, Van S3 74 S
SaesroaoJ Yaax . 2 e
Calvey. Spo S3 88 14
Carlson, gal 38 It I
Brtakey. Yak 193 5 14
Beard. Sal 131 T
Matoo, Vtc 123 37 S
SOS
90S
308
SOS
SOS
-aSlW ... .aa
tops Dctoroa; Mch Sdddovoc Back With Clufo
Favorites Win
Before 6.719
Mel Patton Sel Pare
In 100, 200 Events
LOS ANGELES. June 17-(P-Performing
pretty much according
to past form, varsity athletes from
around the country went through
preliminary trials today In qualify
ing for tomorrow's championship
finals of the national collegiate
athletic association track and field
meet.
A Galaxy of defending cham
pions, most of them standard
bearers on the American Olympic
games team last year, slipped easi
ly into the big finale tomorrow
with but few casualties along the
route.
A throng of 6.719 track addicts
sat under a hot sun to see the
trials.
Qualifiers in today's prelimin
aries found southern California on
top with 12 contestants, but one
was subsequently lost because of
a severe leg injury. Half miler
Bob Chambers was the victim and
will not compete in the finals.
The roll of qualifiers included
Stanford, 12; UCLA five: Michigan
State, four; Seton Hall, three;
Colorado, three; Indiana three;
Penn State three; New York Uni
versity, three; Yale, three: Ohio
State two; Tulane, two; California
two; Rice two; Morgan State, 529;
San Jose, two.
The rest got one apiece. They
were Northwestern, Wisconsin,
Denver, Arizona State, Kansas,
Michigan, Washington State, Santa
Barbara, Kansas State, Minnesota,
Utah State, Haverford, George
town, Utah, Cornell, Occidental,
Oregon, Misourl, Notre Dame and
Illinois.
As expected Mel Patton of South
ern California's title-favored Tro
jans led his team in the qualify
ing with handy wins in the 100
and 220-yard heats; Olympic
champion Mai White field of Ohio
State signalled his bid for renewed
honors in the 880; unbeaten Craig
Dixon of UCLA did the same thing
in the hurdles, and Jim Fuch of
Yale outclassed a classy field of
weightmen in the shot put.
Patton won his 100 yard heat in
9.5 and the 220 in the fast time of
20.6. His most dangerous foe tom
orrow may be Andy Stanfield of
Seton Hall, who was timed at 9.6
and 20.9 in taking his heats.
Dave Henthome, University of
Oregon speedster, was the lone
Oregon entry to stand the pace in
the qualifying heats. He placed
third in the second heat of the
440-yard dash. Bill Parnell, Wash
ington State, placed number two
In the second heat of the 880-yard
run.
CRAPES LerralBc Rich-
ardsoa holds basket f ef grapes
sh helped pick daring tn
week eelebrstioa la Csliforala
Lucky 7 Cives Latthh
Industrial League Win
Seven was a lucky number for
the Lake Labish softball team
Friday night.
When Warner Motors turned up
with one man short for their In
dustrial league game the game
was awarded to the Lakesiders
by forfeit, 7-0.
Warners grabbed an eager fan
to fill in and played the ball
game anyway, and the final score
was - you guessed it, 7 to 0
for Lake Labish.
Halional League
Brooklyn 001 000 001 S 0
Chicago 000 001 oool 0
New comb and Com pane Ua; Hacker
and A. Walker.
Boston
.000 000 2002 T 1
Cincinnati . 400 200
01 T 11 I
Sain. O. Elliott (4i. Barrett 7) and
Salaveld; Cox and Cooper.
New York 020 100 0104 T 2
Pittsburgh 400 010 10 8 8 6
Rartung. Webb (11. Hansen (2). Behr
man 7) and Westrum; Bonham and
MasL,
Philadelphia SO 000 4028 18 1
St. Louis . 000 000 00 i
Robert and Semtiuck; Brecheen.
Johnson (T). Meant (8) and Rice, &ar
agteia (8).
Today's
itchcrs
American League) Cleveland at New
York Paire 1 2-3 vs. Rachl (18-11. De
troit at Washington Trucks (9-3) vs.
HttU (-). St. Louis at PhtXadciphia
Garyer (3-i) vs. Kellrter (8-3). Chi
cago at Boston Gumpert (S-t) vs. Kin
der (S-4).
NaUonal Leagoe New York at Pitts
burgh Jooes (-8) or Kennexry (S-4)
s. Riddle (l-8. Boatoat at OncinnaU
HaU (2-1) vs. Raifcnsberger (-).
Brooklyn at Chicago Barney (1-4) vs.
Leonard (2-1). Philadelphia at St.
Loan adet) fft nmm 2-4 vs. Pol-
let (84.
, ... '
fa Mftci
MP
Jake Caught Slugging Cerddn at Will
I":- '' rSi-
DETROIT, Jane 17 Jake LaMotta of New York (left) lambasts France's Marcel Cerdaa (right) with a
'two-handed attack In the sixth round ef their middleweight title fight fast nigh. LaMotta, whe wojt
by a knockout In the 10th, promises to be a fighting champion". (AP Wlrephoto).
'Fighting Champ' for LaMotta;
Beavers Trounce Angels Again
5-Run Rally Gives
Sal tz man Victory
PORTLAND, Ore., June lTF)
The Portland Beavers broke up a
pitching duel between Don Wat
kins of Los Angeles and Hal Saltz
man with an eighth inning outburst
that brought a 6-1 Portland victory
tonight The Beaver broke a 1
all deadlock by scoring five runs
in the rally. Portland led 1-0 un
til the seventh when Los Angeles
lifted Watkins for a pinch-hitter,
and that turned out to be the
break of the game. The pinch-hitter,
Ed Malone drove home a tieing
run with an outfield fly, but Port
land landed hard on Watkins' re
placement. San Diego 200 000 020 4 8 2
Oakland 401 oil 03 10 14 0
Flores. Sauaga (31, Mooty (7) and
Moore: Gasaway and Padgett.
San Francisco ... 000 300 103 f I t
Seattle 000 000 500 S t t
Lien, Perez (9) and Jarvli. McCall
and Grasso. (Ended 8 - game losing
streak. I
Lot Angele (1) (8) Portland
BHOA BHOA
Trwlgr.2 3 1 2 3 Marquz.lf 3 12 0
Mauro.rf 4 110 Shupe.lb 4 2 10
Ostrw sk.3 3 0 1 1; Thoms.3b Sill
Maddrn.lf 4 0 10' Rucker.m i 0 10
Moran.lb 4 19 2 Brovia.rf 3 2 8 0
Garritt.rn 4 3 S 1 Basrukb 4 10 3
Damat.ss 4 0 1 4 Gladd.c 4 0 10
Brbrnk.c 3 0 4 1 Austin s 3 111
Watkins p 2 0 0 1 Saltzmn.p 2 0 0 1
Malone. .10 0 0
Anthny.p 0 0 0 0
ToUU 32 8 24 13 Totals 29 8 17 8
Malone flied out for Watkins in 7th
I .os Angeles OOO 000 1001
Portland 000 010 03x 8
Pitrtier IP AB R H ER BB SO
Watkins 8 IS 1 4 1 t 1
Anthony 2 10 S 4 t t 1
Saltztnan 9 32 1 8 1 2 I
Error Maddern Runt batted in
Shupe. Malone. Brovla 2. Basinskl,
Gladd. I Two base hit Garriott 2.
Shupe, Marque? Stolen bases Mauro,
Marquex. Sacrifice Saltznvan. Double
plays Basinskl to Austin to Shupe:
Moran to Damato. Left on bases Los
Anneles 7. Portland . Umpires
Rung. Somers and Deever. Tim
1:51. Attendance 6100. : j
Strand Wins State
TiiJiiAr Coif Tiilft
r it
PORTIiAND. June 17-P)-Roy
Strand, 17-year-old son Of Ore
gon State College President A. L.
Strand, won the Oregon state Jun
ior golf championship today by
edging Jimmy Johnson, Portland,
2 and 1,
The long-hitting Corvallis youth
won the first three holes of the
morning round to take a lead
which Johnson never overtook
during the 36-hole final.
Lorraine Fowler, Coo Bay,
came from behind to defeat Pat
Neubert, Portland, for the girls'
championship, 1 up.
King Shanks, jr., IS, Oswego,
downed Bruce Cudd, Portland, 3
and 2, to take the boys' chimpion
ship. ENTRY LIST TO BE CUT
NEW YORK, June 17 -(P)- An
entry list of 2.483 golfers will be
reduced to 210 for the national
public links tournament by 36
hole qualifying tests at 39 loca
tions, June 19-27, the U. S. Golf
association announced today.
EVIR
YOUR
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nd sagging wtw&.
Support
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WtstrmI IsBraattwaia
W L Pet' W 1 Pet
Yakima 41 lT .707 Bremer'n 97 33 .450
Vancou'r tt 38 J89 Tacoma 19 39 411
Spokane 2 38 .309 Vietona it 28 J77
Salem 8 39 -SOC'
Wenatch. 30 30 .49.
Friday result: At Salem 4. Victoria
1: at Yakima 10. Vancouver 4; at Spo
kane. Bremerton: at wenatchee. Taco
ma. (Score on page 1.)
COASTXEA6VB
w L Pel W L Pet.
Holly'd
Seattle
S3 tt M Oakland 40 41 .468
47 37 .S90 S. rranai 37 43 .451
t. Diego 42 39 .319 Portland 34 48 .480
ac. 38 40 .487 L Angele 34 48 413
Frldy result: At Portland 8. Lo
Angeles 1: at Seattle S. San Francisco
7: at Oakland 10. San Diego 4: at Hollywood-Sacramento
isee page two).
NATIONAL LSAOII
W L Pet W L Pet
St. Loulf 31 23 .574New York 28 21 .519
Brooklyn 34 22 607Cintinnati 23 31 .428
Philadel. 33 23 .SdfrPittsb'gh 22 33 .400
Boston 31 25 .354 Chicago 19 36 .345
Friday results: At Chicago 1, Brook
lyn 2 at Cincinnati 7, Boston 2; at
Pittsburgh 8. New York 4; tt.
Louis 0. Philadelphia 8.
AMERICAN LEAOL'K
W L Pet W L Pet.
New Y k 35 20 .836 A'ashing'n 28 28 .519
Detroit 31 24 .54 Boston 27 27 .500
Philadel. 31 23 .354 Chicago 23 34 .404
Clevel'd 28 24 .538 3t. Louis 18 39 .291
Friday results: At New York 4.
Cleveland 10; at Boston 4-10, Chicago
3-5. at Washington -Detroit (rain); at
Philadelphia 6. St. Louis 5.
Walters Denies
Health Rumor
CINCINNATI, ' June 17 -GP)
Bucky Walters still was burning
today over reports that poor
health would force his retirement
as manager of the Cincinnati Reds.
He declined to amplify what he
said las night that a report
that he had suffered a heart at
tack and would leave th post
in favor of John (Pepper) Mar
tin jwas "baloney." He was
just "disgusted."
Buckjf, who still hopes to win
the two games which will make
him a 200 victory pitcher in the
major leagues, is ready to go on
the moynd any time, said Gab
Paul, secretary of the Reds.
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.90 211 30 74 Ml
. SS 21 42 7 .347
. 94 201 38 87 .333
.St 195 23 M .333
58 304 80 88 .320
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Kell. Tiger
Kiner. Pirate
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Joost. AthNtlc
DlMaggio. Red Sox SI 307 48 84 419
nonte Run: American League Ste-
fihen. Red Sox, 18: Joost, Athletics,
3: WiUiims. Red Sok, It. National
League Kiner, Pirate. 14: Semukick.
Athletic. 12. Muslai. Card. 11; West
lake. Pirates, 11: Cordon. Giant. 11.
Runs Batted In: American League
Williams. Red Sox, 81; Stephen. Red
Sox. 99; WerU. Tigers. 32. National
League Robinson, Dodger. 93; Ennis,
Phillies. 48: Hodges. Dodger. 41
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New Middle King
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La Motto, his left hand puffed
and his right eye lightly patched,
promised today to be a fighting
middleweight champion. "I really
worked for this one," said 26-year-old
Jake who chased the
160-pound title for years. "Now
I got what I wanted."
The granite - Jawed thumper
from New York's Bronx realized
his ambition of a lifetime last
night at Briggs stadium when he
stopped an injured Marcel Cer
dan of Casablanca In th 10th
round.
"I want to wait until I get
back home to have X-rays taken
of my hand. What's the hurry;
I think it is a frarturp " h ait
There was a sizable swelling on
the top of his left hand, around
the middle fineer.
"What's neyt? That's up to the
promoters. My contract calls for
me to fight Lerdan again in Sep
tember." La Motta was fighting for "prac
tically nothing." His 15 per cent
came, to about $19,171.50. All of
that sum, with th exception of
approximately $5,000 for travel
ing expenses, was held in escrow
by the promoters, th Interna
tional Boxing club.
Cerdan flew to New York early
this morning for an X-ray of his
shoulder. His 40 per cent shar
here was $51,124. In addition he
.ill pick up about $25,000 that
Has been hld in escrow sine
he beat Tony Zal for the title in
Jersey City last September.
Nick Londes, local promoter for
the IGMB.C, estimated th mar
gin of profit or loss after all ex
lenses at "about $2,500." The
gross gate paid by 22,183 persons
was $159,762.
BUS DRIVER FINED
VAN HORN, Tex.. Jun U-(IP)
A county court jury today con
victed th drivr of a bus in
volved in an accident which in
jured Golfer Ben Hogan. It fined
the driver $25 and costs. The
driver is Alvin H. Logan. 27,
of Pecos, Tex. H was charged
with aggravated assault with a
motor vehicle.
Attention
Command a
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National Lead
Cardinals Downed -Hv
Philadelphia
NEW YORK. June 17--Th
climbing Cleveland Indian scalp
ed the lenue-leading New York
Yankees, 10-4, today to extend
their winning streak to six games
The Indians now are four games
over the .500 mark. in fourth place,
and only five and a half games
from the top. They meet the Yan
kees here again tomorrow and
Sunday. 4
The tribe got only' eight hits,
but five of them went for extra
bases. Ken Keltner was the big
power man with two home runs
and a single. Larry Doby and
Rtcherggst Lemon also hit four
baggers. Lemon "registered h,is sixth Triu
mph against one defeat, but needed
help from Al Benton after walk
ing two men in the seventh In
ning. The Boston Red Sox were forced
to come.from behind to defeat th
Chicago White Sox. 4-3. and end
a three-game losing streak. The
winning run cam in the ninth af
ter losing Pitcher Howie Judson
had -retired one man
The Red Sox also won the niKht
game, 10-5. Boston pounded out
15 hits, including homeruns by
Stephens, Ted Williams and Matt
Batts.
Philadelphia's third place ath
letcis nipped the St. Louis Browns,
6-5, scoring all of their runs in
the first two innings. Sam Chap
man homered lnc the second with
a mate on.
Brooklyn enlarged its national
lead over the St. Louis Cardinals
to two games by; edging the Chic
ago Cubs, 2-1, while the Cards
were shut out, 8-0, by the Phil
adelphia Phils.
The Pittsburgh Pirates, tallied
four times in th4Ljirst inning and
went on to down the New York
Giants, 6-4, in a night gam at
Pittsburgh..
The Cincinnati Reds upset th
Boston Braves, 7-2, as Howie Fox
spaced- seven hits for his fourth
victory. Walker Cooper ham
mered a first Inning horn run
with two aboard.
American League
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Chicago 300 000 0003 9
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Judson andf Tipton, Dobsou and Teb
bett. Cleveland ;300 002 30210 I 1
New York 001 100 2oO 4 8 4
Lemon. Benton 7 and HrKan; Lopat,
Marshall 7), Hyrn (9) and Brrra.
Chicago
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Philadelphia . 420 000 00
Fannin, Shore (2). Ferric
Lollar; Coleman and Guerra.
UW Oarsman
Top Wisconsin
MADISON. Wis. Jun 17
Husky oarsmen of th University
of Washington swept Lake Men
dota this afternoon, defeating
Wisconsin crew in varsity, jayve
and freshmen events. In the var
sity event the Washington crew
edged out Wisconsin by less than
eight feet over; th two mile
course. The times were 9:35 fof
Washington; 9:37.2 for Wisconsin.
Washington's junior varsity
crew coasted to an easy win of
about six lengths on the t o mile
course. In the first race the fresh
man crew won a one and a half
length victory from the Wiscon
sin Oarsmen.
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