The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01593

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e ay. Let s es published i the ho Adeint r rece ived. 3 Yctprious
SPhase w lts keep te leltesn Halled ft one peg. nagth a no that
d pa01 lett er ores is held a rictet efidemas. U w n,
%i neowpepeu ue s e as ruesMlbPlGy" fr s-eisemn s epileas Mr. -a aid rather.
Ineosed le i fr quick lwthat -s peace was
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the fa-. that It wa&said in puch
WHAT'S THIS ABOUT DE-BARKING DOGS? a _onlident man.w that the
Co mander'In e appeared
Curundu, n. L to tal: it-I o =A e .
Sir: But even as e wcsthere
or the benefit of the families on Second and Third Street betweenn tae u j e and
at uriadu. each family of which owns from 3 to 8 dogs.,a lMht hat section of. ?bri ed the
d brk all night long under the windows of the owners, die- embattled e whiwindl
ing all people In Curundr except the Tennessee hill-b Walter Reuther.
the veterinary at Corozal can perform a de-barking p ea ue Only a few days earlier,
(psftrinl the vocal cords) which will take the bark out a your Reuther had gone right into t he
640 and not injure the dogs usefulness or health. Plec'ae do Whites Not to 1t ha .9d1
something to make Curundu sound like a decent town, rather talk t the ovp4md'de
| r: Hue eOea, She rin e ther
a a co hunt in Kentucky or Tenne ee. of a" Shn ma f who
f'r the benefit of the Curundu MP's, why don'b you do somIe- also has the uioeros job- Of diA-
-about roundMe. up these hounds. At present a pack con- iensilg patronage to the deserve
tI Tig o reat Dies and 1 police dog Is roaming CurundUj ing
arbwQ1edoud and Third streets.
Sooner or later some child will be torn up, with resulting law rom patronage dipenas e
(t tmi7 Atlration of your organization. etc. an come the wlg orsne rt ti
SWdhle nyou are at it, please silence those hot rods operated by diseases ln l ng a fn f ,
and soldiers. also that Jaguar with the loose mufler and an to all tela hone e lli
Se that sounds like a Mack gravel truck. 11,voices of tsn everoeulto ahdev~y
-iBurned Upn of th It ora a. ..
very J umpy -10f bo
IFONMTION FOR COCOLI DOG-POISONER sat down A m o i A
Cocoll. C.Z. specific a. w to a
I T infrm the dog poisoner in Cocoll that the job he did e 1had the' whio. 'be .
owr 11-ionthiold dog, Betoy, was successful. She died at 9y eldug p t .0ppolntm l o6/
d Tueaoly at the vet'J, after suffering all day Monday and CIO 'men earnest ppaN t
doight. after the0r" agsy
1W e -hit sonw ll find sat8faction in tuc.-Brhe length of time e I Ut as loyal g .1 M lah- .., ,.
her to -die. FPIh NEW YORK-My heart sank when P rio ;We l-,o wkat, doesSohn owao Mari,
'Se b^a^dbmmttted' nomischief that we know of, and wasR a discloi: tr. Court Judge Alfred SteinfinNMe nw ar &n wet fn&erand lthedh eand p a
She'. 4 ml~thedno eh edldaya es arg ytly ruled that the datOf fnd_ a--0.tOI* a" oozwygr,. b"es, not tomS'hi
t companion of the children of the neighborhood in their ty or, 0 stateg lyruld tantdthelf o d e f sI( on setsble for donk e. th
Perhaps.hbr 0oal fault wa barking infrequently at what Inaagted r ah, wan i s atnst bit that n and tlni-on sets for donk 's .
Ssuptosed to be dangers threatening her home. Rt hadto T e hedeo wa n In iegal. harode has wreck- w t
The swine who committed this act has succeeded also 'l mak- thro tj4t .in Mama one o .se dearest eryor
ng a small boy and his mother cry and a father sad-and boil- White, *aeoite money- and living high. on the eI. ta o.. er
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White A.Ig not Ru lth Wipnerdin Kontgoinery aCViceraan a
S o o h hnameSee o was once srri hto A t at onl o M
FREE. BEER John Mra n .. paa t a it A"
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wIowpoo apprensF tel theto
Spare Ribs an4 Saurkraut Ifungarian Goulash cItWat heh 1o0, 6 -=.
SpaghEtti and Meat Balls Frankfurters and Sauerkraut yn t be fr wn nt ar t oa s aome nn-b0
HECTOR DOWNE Your HostinhoerrpW setent etointhe to sa meI asom ea. De ,- _1O..
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been neuira it .SAh *elbfieftf en tl drarinO fha teN of the ale count Ihe
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cut ), tthere t 9be r=o In the deal .tocomplogato bme ..o
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was beingtgnored by the Ad- and -mink a SIOWtmand audielof. 11itIwe coat
ministrya *e o rau e. Let u n sa then let, u" .for
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Is lt." The Co would Ilnlst on s oaget therad e Torce,W lkne u k gento6 atth a low
SBElmars appointment. The thoeI Ni& wom th fction-. .l me- a a lw pr to a
next move w. up to the White I do argm tn i. 9 rspt of her life, the har. treatinav relve epecall. at a taf riff
ToInsiders. Reuthers stt.b w Your we wife and is en-, whilst living In .a b4i -l Thele th tf compales now ha.e
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at this angry conference wU her dearly and w0nt t. for th, meatsix who hates y" oo that shell pay .to Interior MKa proposes to signl
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L e o fla Is ,rMnerd cuts down on hiad n that smai s1I cry, and for may leaveeChr se umenum
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$ .2 W hower AdmiteitratIonr form 4=.0w amthWwhdNT
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.% FOR SALE
iHousehold
.l, IFOR SALE:-Refrigerotor in Cocol.
House 385-8. phone 2-1031.
PeI JOR SALE: MahoOny Dresslng
a.. Table with bpnch. Swing with
S- cushions. wooden rocker, card
:j)' tob*e. Electrc fcn, electric toaster
t nd misc. articles. House 5,3-X.
MMindi Street Ancon near gas sta-
S i. lon.
FCR SALE: One bedroom set, I
big size youth bed, 1 Simmon:
*. couch. Call phone 3-0378.
FC02 SALE:-Heavy mahogany d nn
tae. S x cho'rs Cowe's refinished
S 5292 Diob:o0 _____
FOR SALE -Cro-ley Shilvador 7 cu
,, ft. in very good runn nr condirrcn.
i 1. Avenida Justo Arosemena
I No. 57.
.;, FC.T SALE.-.'5 cycle Coldspot re-I
S fr.g:rato. Gcod rrec.ianical con.
diton, $35.00. Call 2-4404 after
6 p. m.
FCR SALE: -- pl-olsMred sectionol
e io. man's s9ide locket. 120 bass
Spqrp acco-dion, Franklin e ectric
sevying machine, body stroller
pre.:ure cooker, glass coffee mak-
S' r. Move camera 8 mm, No. 20
: 50 to St. Tel. 3-0497.
S FO.. SALE-Frigidowe 25 cycle. very
Sa "good condition. 2 lamps. 0778-1
or call 2-231 r.
FOR SALE:.--Refrigrqgtor 9 cu. ft.
25 cycle Westinghouse. porcelain
1 Inside and out. New unit $140.00
Mahogany Iivingraoom uite, bam-
boo hih 11ir. crib ,sas. Hoas-
sock 0809 Plank St. Balboa 2-
3671.
FOR SALE: Rattan fum".ur. 9
S feet Westinghou se fre w .
376-B- New Cristabal, 2d St.
phone 3-2588.

FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:-Established quick serv.
ice laundry in the heart of Colon.
Truck, machinery and equipment
2* to 3 '/i years old. Opportunity
for energetic person. Purchase can
S be mode with or without real-
4 estate. If interested you may con-


FOR SALE
Automobiles
TODAY'S BEST BUY


FOR SALE- ge truck. stake body,
I ton, 4 new tires. Perfect me-
kAn.mrnt rcnditlon. Vary economic-


MSCELLANEOUSI usoR t
f eSm pas HOUSMES SSis
wIl AbeeI1 Aiesns CEO
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0 i-7 I aIko Clinic.
Ei g K S 0ancorner Wllias' Sent clar
ti one 24 jrn Balboa 2-3050.
Travel v ghe o e e ndv
GoadNj PHLL.- PSOceanside CeMa.es The


Taihoi 2:4' J2 b3L Avenue IN PR1Cl*. P ffL...
al. Telephone 2-432 "B" Avenue MIAMI
No. 99. Panamao. ______ T 4.00
.GUAYA 000 .. QUI-
TODAY'S HIT BUT FTO. $36.00., found trip to MIA-
IS MI $126.00.. NEW YQRK.
A GOOD USID B U I C K $214.00 .3. r YAQUIL $144.00
SMOOT & PAJIRDE .QUITO, i54.10. BOEING 4-
FOR SALE -1943 Nash Ambassador engin a Ftlssee
Coupe, in excel l. t con J tion. Must PAN A D ATCH RVICE.6
!ell, have been c.ced, come and Avew tda Napionol A1torbile
see this borgen. Hcu e 555-A Rcw' telephone 2-1655.
Curundu Heigh'. cr phone 83- SPiCIAL IXCURSIONS!
5238. Don't miss the chance tcK rpM PAN.AMA Tq M ICO
buy o good car. one way Q5,. olund tvtl o S135 t15
day-limia,: .ISi 69.00, g one year;
TODAY'S BEST BUY to LOS ANGIL3 $149.15.
is ad m S 1 -Iti.
A GOOD USD I U I CK Plsotfie l a Ave.Se
SMOOT & PARDES l a(deoel (AWNleil Itel). Tel.
FOR SALE -1951 Plyrnouth 4-Coor Pcnama 2- 16.
man 0775-G, aVam.on P.ac R SALE
Balboa aI .ell

TODAY'S BEST BUY FOR SALE:-National HRQ.50T Re-
IS celver, complete with $ coils. De
A GOOD USED B U I C K Jur enlarger from 35 mm to 2 '
SMOOT & PA RFDfS x A '/4. Contact Printer and Timer
FOR SALE -1951 Mercury, ex::1- Fot Gulick 8-532 or 8B.252.
lent condition Lcv mileage S1,- "'R SALE:-S:oridoIfl Accor lon, 3
475.00. Call C ..tc'il 3-1379. c:tlv?. plona keyboard, 80 boss:
FOR SALE:-1951 St-.dbaker Sed.n. S'lhwnn Bicycle 26 x 2. 125 white
16,000 miles. $1.000. Mcy f- idcv6all tres." Telephone Bdlboa
nance 1-3 down. Dr. Ermon, Ciloy- 1694.
ton 5144 NEW DRESSES
La A'oda Americana j4st unpacked a
TODAf'S BEST BUY love y ar oriment of cotton and rayon
is -.rr1:'es ct the best prices int town.
A GOOD USED U I C KI L- McJa Ameticana No. 102, Cdntral
IMOOT & PAREDES Ivcn-.e. Pcncma
FOA SALE: 1950 Oldsot.e '- -SALE'--- ven n blrd, s'ze
door. Futmotc Per.ct cod;- go condition $10.
t tn, one-owner. 1 3,00 mile.s,. .. 00 each. House 1515-C Tel. 2-
350.00. Mrs. Perry 0944 Amodo 9___._9.
Rd. F- : SALE:-House 5283-B Morrison
TDAY'S BEST S'. Diaoblo Heights. Locker with
S BST UY n:elloncous tools. $20.00. /4
A GOO USED B U I C K HP 25 cycle motor with &rillp.-as
SMOIT & PARADES grinding-head, buffing-head $20.-
SMOT PAID1 00. Porch choirs. steel dresser ilth


tact El Lovamatico, 8054 11th. St. glass top, foor lamps. Plastic
Colon or telephone 1462. FOR SALE garden hose, garden tools $10.00,
SFOR SALE-*Concrte hou ou&n high.- w.
way. 22 miles from Colon, 61 0pal9se Mote 'S
M2 Lond, $4.500.01. 'Telephan FR SALE ~- C T lnpSI
Margarita 3-1967. FO, SALE:-One CW/no Trans-
Smitter. Power conservatively rated
FOR SALE" w WastZfsi ,irTry To Keep VOA
takes It. B60cycle r o D.00
Maiar dePhone Navy 336, before 7 p. m.Broad s T
.Og SALE:-Motorcycle 1948 Indian
i 74 Good conition. PrceN NEW YORK, V 14 (UP)
7o. 275.00. Phone 3-25c2. Cristo- WAN IEU Sen. Bourke B. l-ickenlcoper (R-
1. ,, Ia., .will t.y to head o.. a Rov-
Sb. J eellanqM err menz nlan to silence Voice of
IL WANT -- -- Ar .- ca i:roadcarst to Latin
WANT: Hps P. single phire America on Friday
&oAtor 25-cycle. Call Balboa 3002.
'oiM t-II A-- aml,, .aHis kenlooper ended a three-
M T luik un WANTED:-AnAmericm fomlv wants davy hearinR on the Vo3e's et-
.'--I unfurnished apartment 2 or 3 bed- tectivenes here ypterday with
La' bLAaIa rooms in resldjltial district; hot a promise to trv W aMTsl the
t' i r u1" f. C e water desired if po-slble. 'PleaI. lIttin American 8r8itsh
phone Ponoma 3-4183. which he said were t fhluable
4 am-terday ard cofn-t -/. -----.... to be stooped. The propma are
t.,o 1- lrday and con tFin- scheduled to be dropped Friday
and, AirForce,.".-FoW Female The Iowa seator, haimanR o
sm aX1 gin lectures at sho05ls .,a Foreign RelAtions i nvesuigat-
an civi oranations in the a fe Ilg subcommittee. mnid he hop-
Zaop n the theme ofth ir sI s.d a 'nterdrianeae
r~- AMq, Au Dayf U mu. l .old be made to oontifl* the
,ear' a med Fre D y L alnl a iatin American broadcast un-
nPower Peace.o p l committee members can
Make an on-the-spot invMitUqa-
Lt. Col. JT. P. ial of the -2 NEW YORZ, Iy 14 VPi tloh in south America After
AT ton, USARCARIB, started the Lola D itt Stewart, -25, who Con ouU
.und of speaking engagements lando five feet ta pnd weiwbT .o
yesterday morning when he 4 pounds. will.le lentqced Imayt t ani o'.cs shol
oe to the Inter American 28 for beating up a six-root, 170- intrertdon ervice should he
Wom. ena. Club. pound policeman /"strengthened in eveY1 prictl-
Five officers were to speak to- Cal to way ,
day. A threle-Judge court found her --P
.guilty yesterday of assault on,
-This afternoon the command- Patrolman g I Roit mmulo Tq Seek
g~u officer of the .33rd Infantry who tangled wIrthIer In a Ti m s e
mentl Combapt Te p. Square oe. theater 'whet r a Presden. l
aH. Dous, wll speak to the Insisted on. smoking a cgaret In
If.TEo uISr will a NomninlariM il
imaofte- theprubl Of a no-othMag section. e O
nma at Hotel El Paoa1 Lat
.3pJ:20 pn thti 'evening Com- Interment testified he had to MANIAI Mayl 1U4 UP) Or-
ander R. D:. MGehewy, f ?- go to. dt"pltplt for trertm-nt los P. Romtto, Phillp-iJles Am-
dutive oTfficer of the Rodman of kicks. scratches p-n4 bit e a bsador to the UnSed states,
,1aval SttIon, will lecture at the which Mrs. Stewart Irfl'-ted dur- resigned himpot tH"aY to seek|
Tflvol hotel before a gatheringbIng a five-block march to thelthe Liberal-Party --4 action for
of the Balboa Lions Club at 6:30 police station. presdunntIn etaibmling na-
tlonal.4eetkapl.'
Commander O. M. Fisher of the 1II= t u resign .
jecal weta of the 15th Naval'9 J. or molltty Itet te relrna*
at will speak to students of a"sf* 5\ X r (? r -n a smes-
i 1#: a tomorrow. At 10 t M,^J! lla m the
tomkorDrtow At10' united E i eim not yet been
tatiRGt OuUlick, willlecture at BAT ,Iame. ,.
Sc 11fh fthool.
NOIOPEFOR- Have proved YSE *ifEW
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FOR RENT;-Ngap furnished chalet
near ocean, hlhto'f*id swImming
pool, walks tlld.: three bedrooms,
two both, wer, dinlnghwm.
kitchen, po h, maid's room end
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diningroom, llvingroom, office,
garage, etc. o. 16, 48th strit,
FOR RENT: ReslTimiil house in
corner of JustbiAAroemtls and 31st
Street. can be odopte for offices,
clinic or distribute. eettr. Coall
2-0354 Peru Avinue *. 20.
'OR RENT: Van"i5' nj d
on4 modern cholit, vo bedrooms,
maold room hot water, good view of
Panamo Golf Club. $12 QOnnthr.
ly. Miguel Hive, p"on 3-4844.

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FOR RENT:--Apartments in Cocoli.
Call after 4 p. m. 4-139.
FOR SALE:- Furnished apartment in
Bella Vista, lvingroom, dinngoom,
bedroom, kitchen with ice box,
end gas stove, all in best con-
dition. The purchaser can rent the
apartment. Informotlod 45* St.
No. 7, Apt. 15. upstelrs.
"OR RENT:-Furni hed apartment,
two bedrooms, living-dining room,
kitchen and poarl also-has a
beaufiful view. Cuba Avenue No.
14, Laredo building. 4th floor.
apartment No. 9.
FOR RENT:-Iurnished apartment,
two bedrpom, Perejil 2nd St. No.
II. Telephone 3-4871 or 3-0533.
FOR RENT:-Apartm4it, two bed-
rooms for couple, near back of
Golf Club. $50.00. Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT- Apartment 2Ith St.
No. 46, San Francisco de la Ca-
leto.
FOR RENT
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and board to "r or two gentle-
man or chldles couple. Call 1-5
Justo mArosmena Avenue Ne. 57,
Tel. 3-2949.
FOR RENT-4ur-ahd toom. with
meals. Telephone 3-4625.
FOR RENT;- With meal, or
with kitche 'l 40lege. No. 5. 45th
street upstoirs. Telephone 3-4297.
FOR RENT*-*a.A furnljshe
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Perry Hill Fist Strtet, No. 10
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1,; NEW YORK, May 14 (UP) The rfgh-rlding
lwaukee Braves, one of the surprises of the Na-
al League, routed the New York Giants, 11-1,
S terday on the fine relief work of young Lew Bur-

1 1d Mathews hit his seventh the way for the only St. Louis
Shower and Sid Gordon his sec- tally, but he made up for that,
0*S in the first inning to give not only with the homer, but
Ste Braves a lead they never by starting a previous rally with
relinquished. After two Innings a single on which he came a-
f no-hit pitching, I e t y rouna to score on a sacrifice
Johnny Antonelll suffered a and another single by Eddie
blood blister on the index finger Robinson.
of his throwing hand when hit Ine )ankees put over four
I his own foul tip and Burdet- rues in tne -evellth on a suc-
took over to pitch a four- cessaloi i 1 singles and walks to
ar the rest of the way and erase a 4-3 Cleveland lead and
his second triumph in re- give Ed Lopat his third victory,
BN, The Braves made 14 hits, although he needed relief help
ditng doubles by Andy Pat- from Allle Reynolds. Hank Bau-
Johnny Logan, and Ma- er and Don Bollweg homered
and a triple by Gordon for New York and Joe Tipton
plus the two homers. They and Harry Simpson hit Cleve-
weht wild In a six-run seventh land homers.
S11 men came to bat. Marv Grissom pitched four-
Se victory put the Braves bit bah against his old'Chicago
seeond place only a half- mates at Boston, striking out
tne behind the idle Phils six on the way to his second
I*d 14 percentage points a- triumph. The Red Sox runs
'ed of Brooklyn, as all other were driven in by rookie Milt
5onal League games were Boiling with a homer, George
ed elft. Brooklyn at Chl- Kell with a double and Sammy
i Pittsburgh at Cincin- White with a single.
S nd Id Philadelphia at St.
were postponed as the Yesterday's Star Mary
o League wound up its Grissom, who hurled a 3-0
moath with the worst four-hitter for the Red Sex
other i. 50 years. There over the White Sox In tight
ai total of 3 postpone- Fenway Park, striking out six
ta in 30 days. batters.
the American League, the
-*iees made It four in a row
S coming from behind to down
evand again, 9 to 4, while Marv(el) Grissom
ddle .oost's home run in the
eighthh gave the Athletics a 2-1
V*tory over St. Louis and snap- WHITE SOX
their seven game losing ab r h po a
mqeak. The Red Box blanked Clark, lb 4 0 0 7 0
tU White Sox 3 to 0 and De- Fox, 2b 3 0 0 7 1
trpit at Washington was rained V. Stephens, 3b 4 0 0 1 3
ou Mile, rf 4 0 0 2 0
Joost, who also hit a memor- Lollar, c 4 0 1 4 1
ablt grand slam homer agalst MI*oas, if 3 0 1 1 0
SItche .Palge In the ninth a .Riera. cf 3 0 1 1 0
yet agoo beat the ancient St. Carraquel, s 3 0 0 1 3
Muis reliever in a thriller, made Dobon, p 1 0 0 0 1
his'blist last niqht the margin Harrist, 0 0 0 0 '0
lor Alex Kelner's fifth victory a-Wright 1 0 0 0 0
against two defeats. a five-hit- Consuegra, p 0O 0 0 0 1
ttr in which he yielded no earn- b-Fain 0 0 0 0 0
o tuns. An error by Joost paved c-Boyd 0 0 0 0 0
Kretlow, p 0 0 0 0 0
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AMMERIAN L3A .,.
Teams W L FML
New York 1T 7

Boston 12 12
Washington 12 1
St. Louis 11 15 .44
Philadelphia 11 .440
Detroit 6 20 .231

TODAY'S GAlMB
St. Louis at Washinton (N)
Detroit at Philad ,a (N)
Chicago at New YOrk
Cleveland at Bqstea
KESTERWAk'S 3 5WUT



Lopat (3-0), Reynolds and
Silvers, Houk.
Chicago 000 000- 4 1
Boston 100 011 4f- 6 0
Dobson (3-3), HSEri*. Con-
suegra, Kretlow ad .and.
Grissom (2-2) and i .
Night Game
St. Louis 000 00e 100-1 5 0
Phila. 00 001 01x-2 7 2
Pillete, Paige (0-1) and Moa.
Kellner (5-2) and Murray.
Night Game
Detroit
at Postponed (Rain)
Washington

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Team W L Pet.
Philadelphia 14 7 .07
Milwaukee 13 7 .M
Brooklyn 14 8 '.W
St. Louis 10 9 .
New York 10 14 A41
Pittsburgh 9 13
Chicago 7 12
Cincinnati 5 12 .94'


TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee IN)
New York at Cincinnati (N)
Philadelphia at'Chicago
Brooklyn at St. Louis (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 000 000 010-1 4 1
Milwaukee 200 001 62x-11 14 0
Koslo (0-3), Wilhelm, Hiller
and Westrum, Yvars.
Antonelli, Burdette (2-0) and
Crandall, St. Claire.
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4t (Postponed, Cold, wet
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gra In tth. cago 6, Boston .8. SBO-De
c-Ran for -.tu in. 8th. 5, Kretlow 2 OGrlsson 3. SO-
-- Dobson 4, r ison 8L -O-
son 5 In 4 (pitched to matters
Errors Carrasouel. RBI in the 5th), Harrist 0nQ. 1, Con-
White, Kell, Boiling. 2B-Kell. suegra 1 in 2, Kretw 0 in 1.
HR--Bolling. 8-Orlssom. DP- R&tER-Dobson 2 aid ., Harrist
Carrasquel to Fox to Clark, 0 and 0, Consuera 1 and 1,
Clark unassistedd, Bowling to Kretlow 0 and 0, Orissom 0
Lepcio to Gernert. LOB-Chi- and 0.


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BOWLIG THATE S OUI OF Geo. F. Nove.. V 8
PLAINS. Pa-The ihg Louise VFW Post 322 .. 4 4
Shirts scored the iest three- J. L, Putaturo
game series posted in the na- Buick-Chev. .. 5 4
n this easo n the Rlvesdde Wally's Bar .. 4 5
AU-Star Leagud here on April sthmian Con-
14. The team hit a 3031 total structors. .... 4 5
which betters by five piu the Colpan Ford.... 3 6
286 previous high posted by Carta Vieja '. 6
the Ferranti-Ballentine team of -
Scranton, Pa. Mike Shimko'I AiMt PAINTS, 00o. F. 0,
825, hlgh for the team Isa sec- Bennett. 141 IT
ond ony to an 834 scored ear- Posplcl 113 l1t I
Uer this year by Jim Lago, Tea- Heer .. 134 1. 0 n2
neck, N.J., iM the race lor indl- Francis. .. 100 2N m
viual corig in the nation. Kunkel. 100 171 10
The team's 1281 lasecond to the Handicap. 127 137 M
St. Louis PepaloCola's IMS same.
Here's how the Plains team 80" I
put the high total together: -va.-
J. Shiko 179 '246 .16 641 COLPAN PORD
J. Cheponis 220 246 206 677 Stuewe. .. 137 11 I1 '
J. SkiptuntA 204 256 256 716 Price. 131 148 18
A. Bchwaus 238 2S 226 672 Faahlmpaur
M. Bhlmko 268 390 267 825 (Blind) a 134 1 134
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issued a drastically reduced The peak draft rate during the
draft call for 23,000 men in July nearly three years of the Korean
In keeping with administration war was reached in March and --
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plans to start reducing manpow-'cent for the coming fiscal year
er in the fiscal year beginning and would cut the projected
July 1. strength of the armed forces by
were earmarked for the Army. He said total strength would y t i
The Navy. Marine Corps and be reduced to 3.356.000 by June e
Air Force will continue to meet 30. 1954. If the Korean war con-
manpower needs through vol- tinues.
unteers and re-enlistments. An additional 56.000 will be
The call was the smallest since dropped if hostilities cease, he
June, 1952. said.
quirements to maintain strength aged 53,000 men. T Wt i
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levels anticipated under the De- The administration plans to CAIRO, May 14 (UP) The foods ta, alcoholic drinks, aer At
;artment of Defense budget for cut present Army strength of 1.- Egyptian government announced ated waters oar'r l matrlas or fl eet.
fiscal year 1954." 485.000 by 64.000 men If the war today that all supplia to the construoton P to the .e haI
It explained allowances have continues and by another 51,000 British garrison in the Sues Ca- BritiahIfotce8 mB.Soltw. Cailk
been made for Army volunteers if the war ends. nal Zone by Egyptian dealers The ordw said that hence- wa-
and re-enlL tments as well as the Wilson told a news conference would be banned unless a special forth the Ministry of8raply will
dischare of men who have corn- Tuesday that halving draft calls permit was obtained, also specify the quatfitlfito'be hi
would be possible because many Minister of Supply Sbry Man- supplied and tti pr dance In t
Army men are going to be placed sour issued a ministerial order will be given to ZgyoPt' own re- bttl
Puerto Ricans Try in combat units. He said there requiring all dealers to obtain quirementa. Wvole
would be no redtiction in over- permits from the Egyptian gov- lock
To Float Panama all combat strength. ernment before supplying any Meanwhile, Ui s rypil ars- r 1on
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- Efforts will be resumed today residents of the Isne. **to a
to dislodge the 4,653-ton S.S. A i I Sidents of the ton
Georgiana, an old liberty ship of l I" IIL I II Brttish troops opened fire on
Panamanian registry, which yes- Kar Abdour an ptllean
terday ran aground in front of o -- near the port of a tn
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The ship, loaded with scrap munlst Vietminh spearheads to- special security measures to meet sto g a1 the hiB iztt ;
Iron, had rudder trouble as it day drove to within 16 miles of the now threat and prevent the ms dan the MosL -.D ?Si
moved over the massive rocky Hanoi, In a new lightning thrust rebels from infiltrating- the momth, accordbiWnt.:
bank. Rescue crews met with nto the rich rice bowl of the Red French defnesiInstrength. reports rechli hw .
difficulty in their first rescue River delta. Meanwhile ench army head- The reports said
efforts yesterday. Water reached Reports reaching this Tonkin quart announced that red ed to be few.
the ship's fire room, paralyzing province capital said new fight- beret" paratroopers have wiled most of tle vl .
the engnes. ing has erupted elsewhere in the out a oompaay of Vietminh Coam- their houses alM.
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> THUftSDAT. MA M, 195S
THB PANAMA AMERICAN AN iWnBtBNDSH* DAILY MKW8FAPER
PAOS
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Rocky Marciano .Remains 17-3 Favorite Over Joe Walcott
How To Play Par Golf: 8
Stance Varies With Club Length
Eight of a serial
By JULIUS BONUS
U.S. Open Champion
Where to play the bell be-
tween the feet baffle not e few.
The distance between the feet
and the politln of the ball vary
with the length and even the
individual loft of the club.
Using woods. I recommend
playing the ball off a line Just
inside the left heel.
Play the ball In the spot near-
est that where your club will
strike squarely at the time the
arc of the swing reaches the
lowest point. This will enable
you to pit the ball squarely. In-
stead oT striking it while your
club is arcing downward or up-
ward.
The ball is moved back as the
clubs decrease In length. This
makes the position of the ball
compensate for shortening of
the shafts, since the arc of the
swing, also becomes shorter.
As the ball moves farther
back toward the center of the
feet and the club graduates
downward in length, the feet
move closer together to help
maintain balance. The matter
of moving the feet closer to-
gether on shorter Iron shots
creates an optical Illusion that
the ball Is plyd farther back
than Is actually the case.
My feet, for example, are
much closer together for a S
Iron than for a drive. It appears
the ball has been moved back
, a ,,
Denver Heads
Minor Leagues
DENVER, May 14. (NEA)
Denver of the Western League
Is shooting for the half-million
attendance mark this season
and not a few think the de-
fending champions can do It.
The Bears were the minor
league kings in 1052 with 481,419
admissions, topping second-
Slace Toronto of the Triple A
ntematlonal League by 13.378.
The eight-team Western
League operates in Colorado,
Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska, led
Cls. A league attendance with
1,335,371. Neatest to this was the.
Eastern League with 07,945.
BALANCE When the ball
rnivn fsrthtr back sad the club
Kduatee downward la leagth,
ius Bores' feet move closer
tocether te help maiatalm bal-
ance. (NEA)
between my feet considerably,
when it really has been moved
only a small degree. The dif-
ference between the position of
the ball on a drive and a 6- iron
la rnly about an inch and a
half.
Even with an a iron it would
be no more than a couple of
lr.chea.
NEXT:
ball. ~ .
Placing slab to the
Rocky Hides;
Jersey' Joe
Not Talking
, By JACK CUDDY
CHICAGO! May 14 (UP)
Rocky Marciano remained a 17-5
lavorite today as he and 39-
year-old Jersey Jo WaJeott
rested In seclusion for tomorrow
night's retara heavyweight
championship bout.
Reports of Walcott's unexpect-
ed last-minute secret workout
and his new -twe punch to
the body apparently failed to
stimulate any besting support
for the underdog or any rush to
the ticker offices.
Wagering was practically at a
standstill for the scheduled 15-
round title fight, at Chicago
Stadfum. Meet persons "desiring
to bet on Jersey Joe were asking
4-1. but bookies were offering no
snore than 17-5.
The International Boxing
Club's publicity of lice at the
Stadium announced that the
gross gate-advance was only
3*5,m. Surprisingly, that was
|W,tM lets than of rleials of the
club had announced last San-
day. Hope* of a record new In-
door gate of 1594,999 ware dwin-
dling rapidly.
At miatown proas headquar-
ters, rare indeed was the sports
writer who picked Walcott to
break precedent and recapture
the heavy crown. The working-
press section at the Stadium will
accommodate about If* writers,
photographers and teioeasiers.
Rocky, who arrived lato yes-
terday from his camp at Hoi-
land, Mich., was secladed today
at the home of a friend on Chi-
cago's south side.
Walcott likewise was held in-
communicado at the hotel where
he did much of hie training.
Yesterday te the hotel's gymna-
sium he practiced his new one-
two punch to the body In a se-
cret session with three spar-
matea. The prcas was barred, but
Jersey Joe's six sisters from
Camden, N.J., were permitted to
watch the workout, which in-
eluded 19 round* of calisthenics
and bag-punching.
Manage* Felix Boeehleehle de-
clared, "If joe had sod this now
combination to the body at Phil-
adelphia, he would have broken
La Boca Senior Softball League
THE STANDINGS
W L
Canada Dry
Norge
ptica Sosa
Albrook Flyers
Special Troop*
West Bank
Spur Cola
Pet.
1.000
1.000
.500
433
.boo
.000
.000
'The Ring'Lists
Boxers Known Here
In June Ratings
"The Ring Magasins's
monthly world rating for the
various boxing divisions lists
several boxers known to local
fans in the June issue.
Among those listed In the
group of leading ton challen-
gers to Champion Sandy Sad-
dler's crown are Percy Baa-
sett, Bed Top Davis and the
Champ himself.
The ratings:
FEATHERWEIGHTS
Champion Sandy Saddler
1Tomtey Collins
XWillie Pop
1Dave Gallardo
4Percy Bassett
5Ray Famechon
Bed Ton Davis
7Corky Goaaale*
tBay Ankarah
9Pat Marenne
loGlen Flannagaa.
Marciano in half. The movies
showed opportunity after oppor-
tunity tor it."
The 19 rounds of additional
gymwork Indicated lee was hav-
ing difficulty pairing own to
the IN pound* ho weighed lasa
Sept. IS, when knocked eat in
the 13th round after a thrilling
fight Trainer Dm Fieri* all
he might hit 197 this timo.
Rocky, too, may register one
pound more than his 144 at
Philadelphia. The weigh-in I*
scheduled for the Stadium to-
morrow noon.
Pilot Beccbieehle announced
ho would ask the Illinois Ath-
letic Commission to assign a
special deputy to Waleott's ear-
ner during the bout so that the
deputy could complain te the
referee In case Marelano "tried
his usual foul tactics."
NEXT GAMES
vt West Bank
Tomorrow:
Norge
Friday:
Special Troop* v* Albrook Flyers
Monday:
Canada Dry vs ptica Bom
(dedicated to Acting Governor,
Lf Col. H. O. Paxaon)
Canada Dry (, Albrook Fryers *
Willie Raveneau's Canada
Dry moved Into a tie for first
place by downing Albrook Fly-
em, I to 0.
Clarence "Fats' Brown copped
the mound victory with a bril-
liant two-Bitter. His baffling
-riser" had the aviators resell-
ing for the stratosphere. He
walked four and struck out
eight.
Csln went the distance for
the losers and, but for an ex-
plosive four-run second inning
mlfht have fared bettor. He
walked five and struck out two.
The box scores:
ALBROOK FLTERI
Renard, ef
Voggenrelter,
Wlllett, 3b
Taehterman, M
Farrington, 3b
Homerhouser, rf
Smock
Tooghtll, lb
Their,
Cain, p
Total*
t
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1
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t
3
9
t
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3
1
0
0
9
0
0
0
9
0
0
33 4 I
CANADA DBT
Griffith, Jb
Thomas, 3b
Oteh, as
Feret, at
Arlaln, rf
Leslie, lf
Cox, C
Williams, lb
salas. 3b
W. Rayeneau, *
C. Brown, p
Total*
3
3
t
2
ft ft
0
S3 I 7
Score by Inning*
Albrook Flyers
Canada Dry
000 000 00
040 010 x5
Pacific Track Team
Shows Good Form
At La Boca Meet
* The tune-up track meet held
on the La Boca cinders this
week for athletes who will vie
tor honors in the May 30 show
at Mount Hone gives a graphic
pitcure of what Is In store for
sports fans when the flashy
group matches si,ides with the
leading performers on the Gold
Coast
Involved In the tune-up were
Lester Sobers, Martin Francis
and Frederick Myrie, who ran
In that order In a fast 150 meter
stretch; Marcus Wilson, Martin
Francis and Vern Fletcher do-
ing a speed 30.2 seconds over 300
meters; George McConnlek and
Juan Phillips, ho struggled for
leadership In a mile trial In I
minutes 2 seconds; Vern Fletch-
er returning to cop the 080
meter run over Alberto Bellzalre
and Sidney Dryden. and Sey-
mour Laahley, who streamed
easily to oapture to 90 meter
dash.
The meet carried brighter
colors in the event* staged for
girl*, and several dashes for
Class "B" boya In the girls' de-
partment, charlotte Oooden dis-
played rare form in winning the
75 meter dash la 9.8 second*.
Gloria Tait and Dolores Baker
finished in order while the Talt
girl returned later to annex the
150 meter, with Gooden in sec-
ond position and Baker earning
another third. "B" boys furnish-
ed real thrill in their quest for
glory, with Claudio Carter run-
ning a neat 37.1 seconds over
300 meter and Barnard Me-
Nally taking the ISO teeters in
18.9 seconds.
Considering the fine display
of form and speed and the re-
gular training session* being
conducted by coach A*ton
Parchment of the Pacific Sid*
squad, things win surety be
very hot at Mount Hope May 30.
No mention has been made to
date of the marathon men, al-
though they have been much
occupied whipping hito shape,
and apparently are in rare con-
dition for the grueling stretch
from Oatun to the ttadrum. The
field of long-distance men reg-
istered la evidence of keen
rlvalryi and It would be per-
tinant to avoid early predic-
tions. _is#vn.
Gun Club Notes
PISTOL MATCH SUNDAT
AT CRISTOBAL GUN CLUB
. The Cristobal Gun club has
announced that a smallbore pis-
tol team match will be fired at
the club range on 3una7, May
17, starting at 9:30 am. This will
be a 30 shot match over the Na-
tional Match course of fir*.
All participating club* and
military and police organisations
may name either four or five
man teams, four scores to count
for team standing*, individual
entries will also be welcome. An-
nouncement of the team and in-
dividual award* has not yet been
made by the sponsors of the
match, but the number of awards
will depend on the number of en-
trie*.
The entry fee* will be $1.00 per
person.
Whether 33rd Infantry team
trained by Champ Joe Benner
will be able to take part has not
yet been announced. They are at
present In training for the im-
pending U8ARCAR1B pistol
matches with the .45 caliber, and
may prefer to concentrate on
that phase of shooting.
The Cristobal Gun Club and
the Balboa Gun Ciub, perennial
rival* will undoubtedly bath
have several teams present and
the new shooters forming the
new up and coming Marine Bar-
rack* team frote Rodman are al-
Southern Food's
OKFor Natives
NEW YORK, May 14, (NBA)
Herman Hlckman believes his
most embarrassing moment was
the time he took Toots Shor, the
New York restaurabseur, to dine
at a fashionable Lexington, Ky.,
place.
'It was the first time I'd had
Toots south of the Mason-Dix-
on Lin*, and I was really going
to impress him," the former
Tala football coach from Ten-
nessee said.
"They- brought Toot* a steak,
and It wasn't quite an inch
thick. Toots Is used to putting
one out about three times that
site when he has a special guest.
3e looked at me on the other
de of the room, and yelled:
" 'Herman, this out hern
cookings good for southern
people.-
li'Mi'i --
i i i
... .... ...

so expected to take part. SevuST
Atlantic aide Naval and milita*
Installations teams may also be"
on the firing line by the time the
firing starts.
The Balboa Oun Club third
team, still smarting under thakv
recent defeat by the Balboa Outl
Club fourth team, is expected to-
be on the firing line demanding
their revenge. This grudge maten -
alone ought to be worth the-
price of admission, which, by the
way. is free.
Pacific Divisional
Softball League
Central Labor Office added
the championship serias trophy
to their straight season triumph
in the Pacific Divisional Soft-
ball League by trouncing Army
Ordnance, 15 to 7, in a play-
off gam*.
Army Ordnance copped sec-
ond place honors. Army Quar-
termaster, defending cham-
pions, settled in third position,
and Ideal Bread inherited the
fourth place trophy.
The presentation of team tro-
Ehies and individual awards will
s mad* at 4:45 pm., Monday,
on the La Boca Ball Park, by
Acting Governor, Lt. Col. H. o.
Paxaon, Who had thrown out the
inaugural pitch on opening day.
Highlighting the presentation
will be a Settlor Softball League
Kne between Canada Dry and
tica Sosa. TU* game has
been dedicated to the Acting
Governor.
Awards will be given to the
following:
CX.O., straight season cham-
pion.
OX.O., seria* champion.
Army Ordnance, second place
winner.
Army Quartermaster, third]
place winner.
Ideal Bread fourth place win-
ner.
Army Transportation, Conso-
lation Series winner.
Leonard Graham, champion
batter.
Eugene Dudley, champion
pit:her.
William Or*enldge, homerrun
king.
O. Olivito, moat ran* batted
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THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1H|
Braves Rout Giants To Take Second Place In N.L.
the way for the only St. Louis
tally, but he made up for that,
not only with the homer, but
by starting a previous rally with
a single on which he came a-
rounci to score on a sacrifice
and mother single by Eddie
lobinsn.
Tne Yankees put over four
runs in tne seventh on a suc-
cession in singles and walks to
erase a 4-3 Cleveland lead and
give Ed Lopat his third victory, Cleveland
although he needed relief heip|New York
A's Nip Browns 2-1 In AL
While Bosox, Yankees Win
j NEW YORK, May 14 (UP) The righ-riding
Milwaukee Braves, one of the surprises of the Na-
tional League, routed the New York Giants, 11-1,
yesterda\ on the fine relief work of young Lew Bur-
ette.
Ed Mathews hit his seventh
homer r.nd Sid Gordon his sec-
ond in the first inning to give
the Braves a lead they never
relinquished. After two innings
of no-hit pitching, lefty
Johnny Antonelli suffered a
blood blister on the index finger
of his throwing hand when hit
by his own foul tip and Burdet-
te took over to pitch a four-
hitter the rest of the way and
On his second triumph in re-
lief; The Braves made 14 hits,
including doubles by Andy Paf-
kd,'1 Johnny Logan, and Ma-
thews, and a triple by Gordon
plus the two homers. They
went wild In a six-run seventh
when 11 men came to bat.
The victory put the Braves
Jn second place only a half-
fame behind the idle Phils
and II percentage points a-
hernd of Brooklyn, as all other
National League games were
mined oat. Brooklyn at On-
es* Pittsburgh at Cincin-
nati, and Philadelphia at St.
touts were postponed as the
National League wound up Ms
first month with the worst
tather is ">8 years. There
err a total of 35 postpone-
trnu in M days.
"In the American League, the
Yankees made it four in a row
bv coming from behind to downla* / i\ /_____
Cleevland aRaln, 9 to 4, while MO'Vlel; VjNSSOITi
Iddle Joost's home run In the
eighth gave the Athletics a 2-1
victory over 8t. Louis and snap-
ped iheir seven game losing
streak The Red Sox blanked
the White Box 3 to 0 and De-
troit at Washington was rained V. Stephens,
mxf Mel, ri
Joost. mho also hit a memor- LoUar, c
able grand shun homer against Minoro, If
tatencl Palee In the ninth '.Rivera, cf
C! ago to beat the ancient St. Carrasquel. as
i reliever in a thriller, made Dobeon. D
MU bto't last nicht the margin I Karrist, p
tar Ales Kelper fifth victory
gilrJ two detests, a five-htt-
W M whtrn he yielded no carn-
ea Von An error by Joost paved
Who s
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams W L Pet.
New York 17 7 .708
Chicago 16 11 .593
Cleveland 13 9 Ml
Boston 12 11 .522
Washington 12 13 .480
St. Louis 11 13 .458
Philadelphia 11 14 .440
Detroit 6 20 .231
Unsul Interest Being Shown
In Diaz-Martinez Bout Sunday
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Washington (N)
Detroit at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at New York
Cleveland at Boston
YESTERUAV'S RESULTS
K H
012 100 0004 9
000 300 42x9 11
BOWLING THAT'S OUT OF
THIS WORLD
PLAINS. Pa.The King Louie
Shirts scored the highest three-
game series posted in the na-
uon this season in the Riverside
F! All-Star League here on April
io. The team hit a 3531 total
which betters by five pins the
Reynolds and
from Allie Reynolds. Hank Bau-I Garcia (2-2), Aber, Hooper,
er and Don Bollweg homered land Tipton.
for New York and Joe Tipton Lopat (3-0),
and Harry Simpson hit Cleve- silvera, Houk.
land homers. -------
Marv Grissora pitched four-, Chicago 000 000 0000
hit ball against his old Chicago Boston 100 011 OOx3
mate at Boston, striking out Dobson (3-3), Harrist. Con-
six on the way to hi second I suegra, Kretlow and Lollar.
triumph. The Red Sox runs Grissom (2-2) and White.
were driven in Joy rookie Milt I---------
Bulling Kith a homer, George Night Game
Keli with a double and Sammy I St. Louis 000 000 1001 5 0
White with a single. Phila. 000 001 Olx2 7 2
Pille te, Paige (0-1) and Moss.
Kellner (5-2) and Murray.
3526 previous high posted by
the Ferrantl-Ballentlne team of
Scranton, Pa. Mike Shlmko's
825, high for the tefun, is sec-
ond oniy to an 834 scored ear-
.! Her this year by Jim Lago, Tea-
i neck, N.J., in tne race lor indl-
vidual' scoring in the nation.
The team's 1261 is. second to the
St. Louis Pepsi-Cola's 1285 game.
Here's how the Plains team
put the high total together:
Qeo. F. Novey. .7 2 10
Balboa Beer .. .. 5V4 3*4 7ft
VFW Port 3822 .. 4ft tVfc' 6ft
J. L. Putaturo
Buick-Chev.. ..6 4
Wally's Bar .... 4 5 5
Isthmian Con-
structors.....4 S 5
Colpan Ford.. ..3 0 4
Carta Vieja .... 3 8 4
Yesterday's Star Marv
Grissom, who hurled a 3-9
four-hitter for the Red Sox
over the White Sox in tight
Fenway Park, striking out six
batters.
Clark, lb
Fox. 2b
WHITE SOX
ab r
3b
( a-Wrlght
Consuegra,
b-Fain
c-Boyd
Kretlow
po
7
7
1
2
4
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Night Game
Detroit
at
Washington
Postponed (Rain)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Team
Philadelphia
Milwaukee
Brooklyn
St. Louis
New York
Pittsburgh
Chicago
Cincinnati
W
14
13
14
16
10
9
7
5
Pet
.667
.650
.636
.526
.417
.409
.368
-294
J. Shlmko 179
J. Cheponis 225
J. Sklptunis 204
A. Schwass 223
M. Shimko 268
246
246
256
223
290
216
206
256
226
267
641
677
716
672
825
1199 1261 lni 3531
(Excerpt from ABC NEW8
LETTER, Volume XIII, No.
XII, 28 April, '53.)
TODAY'S GAMFS
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N)
New York at Cincinnati (N)
Philadelphia at Chicago
Brooklyn at St. Louis (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 000 000 0101 4
1
0 Milwaukee 200 001 62x-ll 14 0
Koslo (0-3), Wilhelm, Hiller
4 24 i and West rum, Yvars.
Antonelli, Burdette
Crandall, St. Claire.
Night Game ~
Philadelphia
-at (Postponed. Cold, wet
grounds)
St. Louis
ground)
(Rain)
MILWAUKEE. Wis.Youthful
Don Osep, age 16, startled the
bowling fnaternity here March
17 when he registered an amaz-
ing 807 total in league play.
Bowling in the Lutheran Center
Men's League, Don's previous
high had been 698. scored two
weeks earlier. This is his fourth
season of bowling and he now
carries a 175 average. His score
has been exceeded only once by
a 16-year-old. Dick Hoover to-
taled 847 at the same age. In-
cluding a 300 game. Osep's three
games were 258, 280 and 269.
(Excerpt from ABC NEW8
LETTER, Volume XDI, No.
XII, U April, '53.)
(Rain)
cago 8, Boston I. BOSDobeon
S. Kretlow 2. Orlsaon 3. SO
Dobson 4, Orlsaon 6. HODob-
S in 4 (pitched to S batters rl. both his high for the sea-
ln the 5th i. Harrist 0 in 1, Con- son contributed to the Painters'
uegra 1 in 2. Kretlow 0 in 1. win, as did Painter Ppate Pop-
R*KRDobson 2 and 3, Harrist slchal who rolled enough to
and 0, Consuegra 1 and 1 boost his averag.* 10 points over
0 starting average.
Beer almost allowed
Cox ,
Btockwell
Zornes. ,
Lyons ,
Torian .
Blind
155
121
138
CURUNBU MEN'S OPEN
BOWLING LEAGUE
(Summer Season)
Acme Paints Geo. F. Novey
took over undisputed possession
of first placa in team standings
by snookering Colpan Ford for
all four in the third week of
bowling on the Curundu alleys. [Handicap.
In the three weeks of play the
Pointers have only given up two
points out of a possible twelve.
Master Painter Ed -Fireball" Helton .
Kunkel instructed the Journey- Kavalopsky. 148
men Painters in applying the
whitewash to the Fordmen.
Fireball rolled high individual
series for the season so far with
games of 190. 171 and 18 for a
sparkling 550 series. The Paint-
ers 934 middle game wiu their
high for the vear and their 2634
series was their high for the
season. Painter Ed Francis with
a 204 second game and 475 se-
ACME FAINTS, GEO. F. NOVEY
Bennett 141 143, 176 460
Posplchpl .112 129 103 344
Heer .... 134 150
Francis. .. 100 204
Kunkel. 190 171
Handicap. 127 127
176
103
130
171
189
127
460
344
414
475
550
381
Stuewe.
Price. .
Fashimpaur
(Blind) .
Bryan .
Walker .
Handicap. .
S0i K4 IN 2824
vs.
COLPAN FORD
137
131
134
118
149
115
118
148
134
163
141
115
136
156
134,
145
205
115
391
435
402
426
495
343
784 819 891 2494
Moss
Lenocker.
Hughes. .
Hutchlns
(Blind).
Common
(Blind).
Handicap.
VFW POST 3822
169 121 122
138
96
135
130
127
127
412
400
353
134 134 134 402
122
145
122
145
122
145
366
435
Schafer
Studebaker.
Balutla. .
Treffinger .
Cunn'gham
Handicap. .
804 787
V.
BALBOA BEER
. 174 156 149
777 2388
136
96
89
128
85
798
93
163
142
169
85
798
126
109
149
159
85
777
CARTA VIEJA
. 120 124 120
138
166
168
165
145
142
155
162 162 ...
109 109 109
8*5 887 838
WALLY''s~BAJt
170 179 151
Hellwlg
Wlckham.
Stanek. .
Handicap.
168
135
168
112
Ml
136
106
163
155
112
851
179
143
135
156
112
876
479
356
358
380
456
255
2283
364
458
432
448
155
324
327
2MS
500
463
417
433
479
336
2828
Despite the last two disap-
pointments to local fight fans,
great interest is being shown in
the aebednled ten-rounder be-
tween unbeaten Isidro Martines
and classy Juan Dlas II Sun-
day night at the Colon Arena.
The Beau Jack-Julio Farsh
mismatch and the scheduled
Federico Plummer-Jose Alvarez
contest which had to be called
off caused great criticism to
local Matchmakers and pro-
moters bat there has been no
dissenting voice about Sunday's
scheduled thriller between the
two popular Colon contenders.
Juan Diaz II, considered the
uncrowned king of the local
bantamweights, will be oat to
snap Martines' string of ten
prove that Martines is no su-
per-fighter. However, he will be
the underdog because the
weight limit is 124 pounds
five more than Dlas ever made.
US ArCarib Team To Take
Part In National Rifle,
Pistol Matches hi U.S.
ISTHMIAN CONSTRUCTORS
Dunnell
Stanley. .
Eandra
(Blind).
Murdock .
Oliver
(Blind).
Handicap.
90
144
135
209
143
140
135
129
121
120
135
158
124
152
823
J.L.
124
152
858
PUTATURO
124
152
888
364
404
405
490
372
456
2481
I their opponents. V.F.W. Post Cain
3822 to tie them for second place
In team standings. The Vets
bombarded the Beermen to the
tune of 96 points in the first
game, which together with the
777 tie third game gave them an
even one-point advantage with
total pins.
i. L. Putaturo Bulck-Chevre-
lat Just managed to retain a
tenuous bold on fourth place in
standings by salvaging
one point in their engagement
with Isthmian Constructors.
The Contractors grabbed three
Lbv taking the extra point by six
pins. Id Murdock of the Con-
tractors with a MS first game
and 490 aeries was high in this
encounter.
Wally's Bar ton three from
Carta Vieja to go into a tie with
the Contractors for fifth place
In team standings. Bartender
kin HeRon bawled an even 500
to too the others in this con-
Bill Kavalopsky contribut-
ed to the Bartenders 2628 nigh
salea for the night by rolling a
483 to give him an Increase Of
14 pins In Bvuag' over his reg-
alar season average.
Fordman Bay Walker bowled
a 288 last asme to tie Bd Mor-
tar high gama for the nlto.
Fays 4N serlas was his high for
the
TOP TEH
(Carta Yfcja)......170-2
'Acme Patato).... 198
Wally's Bar)......182-4
(Balboa Mar).... 180-1
(Fatataro) ........157-8
_ (Bal. Beer).. 157-1
f tally* Bar)......153-8
(Colpan Ford).....183-3
(Fatataro).........151
(Isthmian)......180-4
WeaLeet Ms.
BUICK CHEVROLET
Hicks. .
Soukup. .
Kelaey .
Hovan .
Handicap.
93
147
138
144
162
112
788
187
148
129
168
160
112
884
154
114
131
155
129
112
795
414
409
398
467
451
336
2475
Local Boy Joe Ridge
Breaks Leg In N. D.
Iowa Baseball Game
NOTRK DAME, Ind., May U.
Joe Ridge, captain of the
University of Notre Dame's 1953
baseball squad who calla Mar-
garita in the Panama Canal
feme bis home, suffered a brok-
en leg in an early season fame
with the University of Iowa. In
all probability, he will be ste-
llned for the remainder of the
season, bis last at Notre Dame.
Ridge, a political science major,
will graduate In June.
A regalar outfielder for the
past three seasons, Ridge has a
three year batting average of
.302. In his sophomore year, he
hit .260 on 30 hito in,77 plate
appearance and was fourth in
batting among the regulars.
As a Junior, Ridge was sec-
ond In batting, hitting J23 on
33 hits in 89 times at bat. He
was second In the number of
hito also but first In the num-
ber of times at bat. In runs-bat-
ted-in With 15 and runs scored
with II.
This season before his un-
timely accident in the Iowa,
Ridge was hitting 223 with 11
hits in 34 trips to the plate In 8
games.
ISIDRO MARTINEZ
Isidro, the leading contender
fer the vacant 126-peaad cham-
pionship, hopes to establish
himself even more firmly as
the best featherweight In action
on the Isthmus at present. He
has trained harder than ever
and will be in excellent condi-
tion for this tough test.
Dlas and Martines windup
their training tomorrow after-
neon with their final stiff work-
oats., Martines has been slight-
ly more impressive than Dias
during bis tuneups because of
his superior hitting but both
are in top shape.
The semifinalists Sylvester
Wallace and Leonel Peralto tt.
are also ready and expect to
score a quick knockout. This
135-pound ten-round contest is-
ahnost a sore bet to end within
flve rounds. Wallace is the
favorite to win this bout.
A six-round "special" be-
tween Al Stewart and Panama
Ray Robinson at 128 pounds
and a four-round preliminary
between former amateur stars
Halton Lewis and Marcil Moll-
nar.
Willie Pep Scores
Unanimous 10 Round
Decision Over Blair
FORTH WORTH, Tex., May
14 (UP) Wee Willie Pep of
Hartford, Conn., danced to an
easy unanimous decisin over
Jackie Blair of Dallas, Tex., last
night in a nationally-televised
bout that saw only a few real
solid punches landed until a
final 10th round flurry.
Pep, the two-time former
world's featherweight cham-
pion, paced himself well and
the Texan never really made a
fight of it until it was too late.
Pep weighed in at 128 %
pounds, Blair at 131.
The little speed merchant
from Connecticut lost only one
round the first, when he took
things easy and felt out his op-
ponent. From then oh, there
never was any doubt as to whoj
would be the ultimate winner.
i f
Faith In Mare
Paid Off Richly
8EAFORD, Del., May 14 (NBA)
Faith in an Injured horse-paid
off richly for Arthur Griffith.
Helena, a broodmare, suffered
a broken leg at three. Owner
Jake Brock wanted to destroy
her. but Griffith asked for a
chance to save her. He mended
the leg and talked his brother
Harvey into buying her for 3125.
The mare produced foals that
brought 830,500 during the next
14 years.
Helena died here at 18.
The United States Army Ca-
ribbean will be represented at
the National Rifle and Pistol
Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio
this August for the first time
since 1940. This announcement
of plans to send a team whom
this command was released by
USARCARIB headquarters this
week.
The teams will be selected
during a match to be held in
Panama from June thru 19 be-
tween the top competitors of
Panama and the Antilles. The
pistol matches will get under-
way first at Farfan Range from
June a 1 to 13 and then the rifle
matches will be held at Empire
Range from June 15 to 19. These
matches will be the opening of
a continuing program of rifle
and pistol competition between
the Panama Area and the An-
tilles.
The Antilles will bring a team
of 16 men for each weapon to
compete against the top men of
the Panama Area. This will in-
clude the top unit teams which
won the honors in the recent
matches held in both areas.
Special Troops will represent
this command In the rifle
matches and the 33d Infantry,
who came in second behind the
Marines in the local meet, will
be this area's pistol team entry.
Units which captured team
honors in the Antilles are not
known at present, but will be
announced later.
Tryoute for the Panama team
will be held starting June 1.
Only persons nominated will be
Allowed to tryout. These can-
didates will be selected on the
basis of scores turned in during
the local meet held last De-
cember. A few nominations will
be held open for men who ar-
rived in this command since
that time. Those men Interested
ara requested to contact their
commanding officer, who will
submit their name for nomina-
tion.
Along with sending a team to
the National Matches at Camp
Perry, the USARCARIB will
send the top five, men with
to
ing the All-Army team will be
replaced on the USARCARIB
team by the next man in line.
During the wat years, most
Army areas overseas disbanded
the practice of sending rifle
and pistol teams back to the
ZI for competitive purposes.
2rra wlth tot added **
which the Army is now placing
on marksmanship, it is felt that
this type of competition will do
much to promote the entfaus-
lMm <* the troops in marks-
manship. The men attending
the Camp Perry matches also
will receive a course in small
arms Instruction and will give
the Army many additional qual-
ified instructors In small
firing.
arm
Joe Louis Picks
Marciano.By K.O.
NEW YORK, May 14. (UP)
It may pat the hex on
Heavyweight Champion Reeky
Marciano bat Joe Lns
teks Rocky to keep the ti
rlday night in Chicago.
Louis says "My reputa-
tion for picking la not so good.
I don't recall the last time I
picked a winner, bat I'm pick,
tag Marciano to beat Joe Wal-
cott on Friday."
The Brown Bomber goes a
to say I Uke Wakott I'd
like to see him become the
first heavyweight to regain
the title something; I tried
to do and tailed. "But."
Louie, "you can't fight
and youth In the same ring.
Reeky shoald prove too
strong. It happened to me and
I think It will happen to Wai-
cott in the first 19 rounds."
ST"
saya
time
RICH STAKES
New Yofc (NKAV-, Mat
each weapon to Fort Benning.|S"cA 3Kier. *Jk**h-
Georgla. tor the tryouts for the Sfa**^ Wi
All-Army team. Any man mak-yearg lgo-=^irx5lx2Lu"iT
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