SUNDAY, JULY 23, 19504
TIM M i HIGAN DAILY
Yanks ithin Half-Game of First
Louis Will Fight in Fall
PATERSON, N.J. -- UP) - Joe
Louis will return to the ring in late
September for a heavyweight title
bout and has leased training quar-
tres for a month, the Paterson
Evening News said yesterday.
Earlier this month, Jim Norris,
president of the International
Boxing Club, said Louis would
come out of retirement and oppose
Heavyweight Champ Ezzard Char-
Cards and Phillies Tie for
MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
invites you to hear
REV. HOWARD SUGDEN
of the Ganson St. Baptist Church, Jackson
Topic: ISHMAEL OR ISAAC
4:30 P.M. LANE HALL
A Chapter of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship
les of Cincinnati in September if
Louis could straighten out his in-
come tax problems.
THE PATERSON NEWS said
Louis had reserved the Pompton
Lakes, N.J., training camp-where
he has trained for his previous
bouts-for a month starting Aug.
As Both Teams Split Dou
New York 55
St. Louis 30
Detroit at New York-Rogovin
(2-1) vs. Lopat (12-5).
Cleveland at Washington-Lem-
on (14-4) or Feller (9-7) vs. Ku-
St. Louis at Boston - Johnson
(3-1) vs. Kinder (9-9).
Chicago at Philadelphia (2) -
Scarborough (8-11) and Wight
(7-9) vs. Wyse (4-8) and Hooper
NEW YORK--(P)-The onrush-
ing New York Yankees powdered1
the league-leading Detroit Tigersi
yesterday 10-4, cutting the margin1
between the first two clubs to just1
half a game. The victory was theI
sixth in succession for the Yanksi
and their 13th in 16 decisions. 1
Although Newhouser, Hutchin-
son and White allowed 12 hits, the
Tigers kicked over enough runs
to beat themselves. Three Tiger'
misplays - by Johnny Lipon, Jer-
ry Priddy and Don Kolloway -
permitted four unearned New York
runs to cross the plate.
The Tigers really had plenty of
chances to knock out Byrne in
the first two frames but couldn't
quite do it.
BOSTON-(A)-The Boston Red
Sox were given their first nine-
inning pitching stint in 10 games
and the fifth in their last 25 yes-
terday when lefty Maury McDer-
mott turned back the St. Louis
* * *
PHILADELPHIA - (R) - Dave
Philley's tenth home run of the
season and Phil Masi's fifth ac-
counted for three of five runs the
Chicago White Sox scored in the
fifth inning to defeat the Phila-
delphia Athletics, 6 to 1, yester-
* * *
ses on balls, along with an error
and two Cleveland hits in the
tenth inning gave the Indians an
8 to 3 triumph over the Washing-
ton Senators last night.
St. Louis-(P)-Outhit, 13-10,
the St. Louis Cardinals spurted
into a first place National League
tie with Philadelphia last night by
beating Boston 11-7 in the second
game of a day-night double-head-
er. The Redbirds dropped the af-
ternoon contest 8-5.
Two-run homers by Stan Musial
and Red Schoendienst in the night
game helped Howard Pollet chalk
up his 10th victory - the first
Cardinal to reach that mark this
The Braves pounded three Car-
dinal pitchers for 13 hits in the
first game with Bob Elliott and
Tommy Holmes leading the way
with three blows each. Sid Gordon
started the Boston scoring with a
two-run homer in the fourth.
* * *
nati Reds and the Philadelphia
Phils wound up all even yesterday
in their doubleheader with the
Phils taking the first game, 2 to 0,
behind the brilliant pitching of
Robin Roberts and with Howard
Fox hurling seven hit ball to win
the finisher for Cincinnati, 6 to 1.
* * *
Boston at St. Louis-Chipman
(5-3) vs. Brazle (7-3).
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh-Palica
(3-2) vs. Werle (5-7).
New York at Chicago (2)-Jan-
sen (9-7) and Jones (6-11) vs.
Minner (4-5) and Schmitz (9-7).
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (2)-
Simmons (12-5) and Meyer (4-10)
or Johnson (3-0) vs. Raffensber-
ger (9-10) and Blackwell (8-9) or
PITTSBURGH - (P) - The
Brooklyn Dodgers capitalized on
the wildness of pitchers Bill Pierro,
Jim Walch and Vernon Law yes-
terday and romped to a 12-3 vic-
tory over the last place Pittsburgh
* * *
CHICAGO-(P)--Big Jim Hearn,
the waiver price bargain of the.
Giants, pitche dthe New Yorkers
to a brilliant five hit 7-0 victory
over the Chicago Cubs yesterday.
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