THURSDAY, AUGUS'T 3, 195"
THE MICHIG.AN DAILY
Church Blanks Reds as
Ennis Homers for Win
PHILADELPHIA - W) - Emory
(Bubba) Church hurled three-hit
ball and joined with Del Ennis in
driving in the Philadelphia Phil-
lies' two runs as the National
League leaders defeated the Cin-
cinnati Reds 2-0 last night.
Church, winning his fifth game
against one defeat, singled a run
home in the fourth and Ennis hit
his 24th homer in the eighth.
The Reds looked as if they were
going to break through Church at
almost any time but the rookie
held them at bay as Richie Ash-
burn caught seven flies in center
field and Dick Sisler three more in
DODGERS 5, PIRATES 4
BROOKLYN -()- Switch-hit-
ting Jimmy Russell was the whole
show today as the Brooklyn Dod-
gers nipped the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates, 5-4, in 10 innings.
The former Pittsburgh outfield-
er batted in the last three Brook-
lyn runs with a home run and
single. The single came in the
10th inning with two out and the
Russell's homer, with one on in
the last of the ninth, retied the
~score at 4-4 after Ralph Kiner
hadrput the Pirates in the lead
with a two-run homer in the top
~;of the ninth inning. It was Ki-
ner's 29th of the season.
BRAVES 4, CARDINALS 3
BOSTON - (IP) - Johnny Sain
clicked off his 15th win of the
season by hurling the Boston
Braves to a 4-3 decision over the
St. Louis Cardinals last night be-
fore a 21,365 crowd.
The triumph moved the Tribes-
me nup a notch into third place
and dropped the Cards from sec-
ond to fourth in the National
* * *
GIANTS 11-8, CUBS 1-6
NEW YORK - ( W) - The New
York Giants swept both ends of a
doubleheader from the Chicago
Cubs yesterday, 11-1, and 8-6, to
make it 15 victories out of 18 starts
with their Windy City rivals.
The Giants won the nightcap
despite three home runs by Andy
Pafko. They were Nos. 22, 23 and
24 for the Chicago outfielder.
* * *
PAFKO'S FIRST CLOUT came
in the vrst inning with two on to
put the Cubs ahead, 3-0. His other
drives were solos in the sixth and
The Giants tied the score at 3-3
in the bottom half of the vrst when
Alvin Dark tripled with the bases
full. They sent starter Johnny
Klippstein to the showers with a
four-run rally in the third.
Saul Maglie went all the way
for his eighth victory.
Larry Jansen turned in a vve-
hitter in the opener to notch his
12th victory. Catcher Wes West-
rum's inside-the-park grand slam
homer in the first inning gave the
righthander all the runs he needed.
CLEVELAND --P)- HIadsome
Gene Bearden, whose knuckleball
pitches in 1948 sparked the Cleve-
land Indians to their first pen-
nant in 28 years, parted company
with the club yesterday - with a
At first, the six-foot-three
southpaw grumbled to a reporter
he might not report right away
to the Washington Nationals, who
acquired him for the $10,000 wai-
BUT HE showed up on time
at the Washington clubhouse last
night before a game with the In-
"Iwas just a throw-in on the
trade which brought me t
Cleveland," Bearden said, "so
anything they got for me is
velvet." Therefore, he said, he
thinks the Tribe should make a
"fair financial adjustment" with
Washington's claim to Bearden
got priority over bids by the lea-
gue-leading Detroit Tigers and
second-place New York Yankees.
He was to wear a Washington uni-
form last night and leave with
the Nationals for Detroit after
their game here.
* * *
Bucky Harris, said he would give
Bearden "plenty of work the rest
of the season."
Bengals Down Yankees
On White's Two-Hitter
DETROIT - OP) - Little Hal
White gave the Detroit Tigers'
pennant hopes a big boost yester-
day as he blanked the New York
Yankees 4-0 on a two-hitter to
increase Detroit's American League
lead to two full games.
White, who wasn't even suppos-
ed to pitch in the Yankee series
until Tiger righthander Art Hout-
teman came up with a side injury,
faced only 31 men as he became
the first righthander to shut out
the New Yorkers this year.
ONLY SINGLES by Gene Wood-
ling in the third and Johnny Mize
New York 60
St. Louis 34
New York at Detroit - Lopat
(13-5) vs. Gray (10-4) or Hout-
Philadelphia at Chicago -
Wyse (5-9) vs. Gumpert (4-5).
Only games scheduled.
* * *
St. Louis 54
New York 47
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in the fourth marred White's day
as he outpitched the veteran Allie
Reynolds to get credit for his third
win of the year as against four
It was White's fourth starting
assignment of the season as he
had been switched from a relief
pitcher to starting assignments
when injuries cropped up in the
Tiger mound staff.
He drove in what proved to be
the winning run with a second-
inning single that sent Detroit's
first run across the plate.
White then protected his 1-0
lead in a pitching duel with Rey-
nolds which was broken up in the
seventh as Detroit banged three
runs across to get its second
straight victory in the important
Three hits, a walk and a costly
throwing error by Reynolds figured
in that big seventh which cost the
Yankees their third shutout of the
INDIANS 11, SENATORS 0
CLEVELAND -(RP)- With Larry
Doby swatting three consecutive
home runs, Cleveland jumped into
a virtual tie for second place in
the American League last night
by drubbing Washington, 11 to 0.
The victory brought the Indians
to withi nthree percentage points
o fthe second place New York Yan-
* * *'
A CROWD of 20,224 watched
Bob Lemon hurl his 17th victory
of the season-a new league high
-and limit the Senators to three
hits, only one of which got out
of the infield.
The game also twas Lemon's
ninth straight, marking the long-
est winning streak for any
pitcher this year. He fanned
eight and walked four.
Washington's starting hurler,
Conrado Marrero, wasthe unhap-
py man to serve up all three of
Doby's home runs, in the first,
third and fifth innings. Doby now
has hit 14.
RED SOX 9, BROWNS 8
ST. LOUIS-(/P)-It took a ninth
inning rally to do it, but the Bos-
ton Red Sox won their 15th game
out of 16 this season by downing
the St. Louis Browns 9 to 8 last
A two-run double by Vern Ste-
phens, followed by Walt Dropo's
single scoring Stephens put the
Sox ahead forthe victory.
Al Widmar had a two-run lead
and two Boston men were out
when he walked Johnny Pesky.
Dom DiMaggio singled, then Ste-
phens hit his double scoring both
The Browns had taken their
two-run lead on Ken Wood's ho-
mer in the sixth with two menon
base. Don Lenhardt also homered
for the Browns in the opening in-
ning with a man on. Al Zarilla hit
for the circuit for Boston.
* * *'
ATHLETICS 10, WHITE SOX 3
Elmer Valo the hitting hero, the
Philadelphia Athletics yesterday
scored a 10-3 victory to even their
current series with the Chicago
White Sox at a game apiece.
Valo hit a triple, double, and
single plus his eighth home run.
The Athletics handed Ray Scar-
borough his thirteenth loss of the
CARL SCHEIB pitched the dis-
tance for the A's on a yield of
eight hits to score his third win.
Eddie Robinson of the White
Sox and Eddie Jost of the A's
also hit homers.
Chicago's Chico Carrasquel, roo-
kie shortstop, extended his con-
secutive hitting streak to 21
straight with a sixth inning single.
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At Draft Board
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