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Harrisburg Player Weakens at Finish Of Long Tournament Defending Champion Had Easier Time Reaching Title Match, and Found Y. 31. C A. King Near Exhaustion After Five Hard - Fought Victories Chicago. Aoril 14. Stan Hitz went to the ball eame twelve bouts in I yesterday, anxious to forget handball for another year. The all. starting at! Harrisbure vouth. holder of the Y. M. C. A. chammonshio 8.30 p. m. Doors open one hour earlier. Eastern ehamninns Welly Jones from the Gol. den Gloves competition will be seen in action in the feature contests arranged by Matchmaker Buddy Knight. With definite word expected at any moment concerning the entry of Al Tribuani and Louis Brooks, J V I X. X for the past two years, failed in his quest for the A. A. U. diadem when he bowed to the skill of Joe Platak, local luminary, 21 - 4, 21 - 7 in Saturday night's finals. He plans to fly home today and will arrive at the Harrisburg Airport at 4.52 p. m. It was splendid playing that brought victory to Platak, and the A. A. U. champion, who has successfully defended his title for the past seven years, was richly de - of Wilmineton. th card takes observing of his laurels. But he met the appearance of one of the best2 when frail 26 - year - old of the season. In addition, the Pennsylvania was at his worst, so - called fighting sailors from theiand toe scores fai1 to show toe United States Naval Academv willjrelative worth of toe two contest be on hand to round out the program. Five of the Middies, who are handled by Coach T. L. ants. Platak won his way to the finals by virtue of five easy victories Crocker, have sent in their en - : over run of the mill opponents tries as follows: William Morris, 160 pounds: Jess Harris. 147; George Cheeks, 158; Harry Thomas, 135, and Manny Shelton, He did set some sort of a record when he limited his six rivals to seven points or less per contest. But Platak was never extended 175. Harris, who holds a pre - i during the course of the week long New York, April 14. Bulletin! Latest Derby odds have Whirl - away and Dispose co - favorites again at 4 - 1 .. . one of the gos sip columns reports Horace Stone - ham will lend an ear to any reasonable offer for the Giants . . . and no wonder 2000 at the Polo Grounds Saturday; 18,000 at Ebbets Field . . . Big celebration at the Baltusrol Golf Club over in Jersey Satur Eddie Brietz day night when the boys touched a match to a $187,000 mortgage . . . Jack Doyle (the Wizard of Odds) had his baseball prices in the morning papers and they're as official in the East as Jimmy Carroll's are in the West . . . Henry Armstrong's band tour has bogged down and may be abandoned altogether. Today's Guest Star. Lester Bromberg, ... Y. World - Telegram: "Presumably for doing Tony Musto a good deed by letting him stick eround for almost nine rounds, Joe Louis was given an honorary membership in a St. Louis Boy Scout Troop." The Week's Wash. The wrestling trust has filed a formal protest against the grappling scene between Bob Hope and a gorilla in "The Road to Zanzibar" . . . "Joe Louis flooded with fistic offers," screams e a headline. Yep, the boys ain't afraid of Josephus any more . . Lou Diamond, the honest brake man (he never stole a box car), is the new mayor of Jacobs' Beach . . . Vince Fratello and A u g i e Arellano, hard - hitting middles, go at White Plains to morrow night and should pack the MONDAY EVENING HARRISBURG TELEGRXPH 'APRIL' 14, 1941 15 p ATAK M HANDBAL MAIS It 4 BOWS TO L MITZ WELLY W JONES The Old Timer HATEVER may be said about the boxing show at the Palestra Wednesday night, April 16 will be no exagger ation. Local patrons can expect ST5? T"B one ot tne Desi amateur cards Harrisburg has had. It will be a bill with new faces, plenty action, and vious decision over Jess Moraney, tournament. of this city, likely will get a return On the other hand Hitz was battle with the local star, while; forced to face some of the best Cheeks may be matched against: handball players in the country Freddie Lester. From Caledonia! in order to reach the finals. He will come the following: Elton met renco on Wednesday, and Evans, 175 - pound sub - novice' although he won from the St. champion in the Philadelphia LLouis expert, he suffered a Golden Gloves; Carl To wnsend, wrenched muscle in his leg that 135, and Jasper Thomas, 147.! hurt for the balance of the week. There is a possibility - that Evans! Then on Thursday the Harris SENATORS PLACE SEASON TICKETS ON PUBLIC SALE Season tickets and tickets for the opening Inter - State League game of the Harrisburg Senators with Hagerstown on April 30 have been placed in stores throughout the city and in suburbs, according to Business Manager Howard Gordon. The season books, offered at a reasonable price, contain fifty - six tickets, which include also nine double - headers. Gordon also announced that Ladies' Night will be held at Island Park on Saturdays and if the Senators are away on that day the ladies will be admitted on some other designated night upon payment of the regulation tax. The Senators may start their night games on May 6, providing the weather permits. Hitz began to show signs of the strain of the long week on Friday when he was forced to three games to defeat Jack Emas of Philadel phia. In any other test he would will get the windup assignment ; burg boy was forced to meet Jack! fn ctim against Brooks, if the Wilmington Clements, of San Francisco, seeded iSZrSs 2 but in the semi - finals the Quaker star arrives as expected. second only to Platak. and run fier - up for last year's title. By From Dick Etter and others virtue of his victory over Cle - comes word that Highspire always jments, the youthful Hitz now had a good team in the field. In Stands out as the country's second later years players from Harris burg, Steelton, Middletown, Eliza .best handball player, the best in the Y. M. C. A. ranks and runner - bethtown and other towns had Ud only to Platak in the A. A. U players at Highspire. At present 'division. this historic town has one of the I The lithe and far from sturdy best fields in Dauphin county. - This season with the ' Highspire Fire Company backing the team, there will be more real baseball Stars of the past who will not be forgotten include, Jack Sides, Lew 'Leedy. Bunk Kramer, Payne Wilson, Jimmy Banford, and Boo Heff lefinger. They were all pitchers and deserve a place in the Hall of Fame for their very good work. The Fifth Ward G. O. P. Soft Ball team of Steelton have purchased complete new equipment and expect to be among the leaders in their line of sport this year. They would like to arrange games with all good teams in the dis trict including Sunday games any where within a Winners Announced in Dartball Tourney Sixth Street United Brethren. In! City player almost eliminated the Harrisburg expert. Then came Saturday's final against Platak, and Hitz did not have the physical endurance needed to stay in the fight against the Nation's best handball player. The match was over almost before it started, but even in defeat Hitz showed that he must be considered in all future handball competition. Employed as a power operator in the electrical department of the Bethlehem Steel Comrjanv ulant at W. Homer Englehart, president, steelton. Pa. Hitz has been nlavine oi tne uiurcn uartDaii i - - eague, j nancjbali since he was 19 years old sponsored by the Dauphin County Council for Christian Education, announced the league winners and playoff dates at a meeting held recently at the Fourth Reformed Church. Winners in the various leagues were: Allison Hill, Walter Schell class of Stevens Memorial; Central City, Zion Lutheran; East End, Redeemer Lutheran; Camp Curtin, Under the eyes of C R. Phillips and Walter Kirker, the Harrisburg star improved rapidly and he went to Memphis, Tenn., with Russ Tuckey" in 1935 for his first 'Y" tournament. In the following year he played at Minneapolis and finished as runner - up in the 1937 tourney in Washington. Seeded first in the 1938 tourna ment when Sam Atchison, cham pion, iaiied to enter, riitz was the Central Suburban League there eliminated in a surprise defeat in was a tie in trip sprnnH half nlav - Uu : - 3 e u ,,.... - .. ; l - j - j roiloc J me j - iisi iuuuu ui. uie iulliuc 111 minarect miles. nff, Htu - PPn the rnlnnial Part t,.. - :. .i rr ;iu?'l0i5h.ri2o Reformed and the Progress Church L Toledo Hitz and Hubie Sim - aliL, vjiTOLuii, pinmc o - lvoo. o God Tnese twQ teams I playoff sometime this coming week S. Woodrow Sponaugle, head for the right to meet the Colonial athletic mentor at Columbia high: Park United Brethren, witness of school, has tendered his resigna - : the first half, for the leaeue title. tion to the Board of Education to accept a position as coach at the Newark Academy, Newark, N. J. Coach Sponaugle came to Columbia in 1938 from Emmaus, Pa., where he served as assistant athletic coach. He is a native of Her - shey, Pa., and is a graduate of The championships playoffs will get under way Thursday, April 17, at St. Matthew's Lutheran when Zion Lutheran meets Walter Schell. Monday, April 21, finds tjie Sixth Street United Brethren taking on Redeemer Lutheran at the Fourth Reformed Church. On Tuesday, Hershey High School and oiApfil 22, the winner of Monday s Franklin and Marshall College He j Match will meet the victors in the played basketball and football at; Central Suburban League. The both school He is popular in: final contests will be held Thurs - jiigu oliiuoi tutin m narrisQUTg ; (jav April 24 and vicinity. put them among the giants of college baseball will toe the mound aided major league openings as eight games drew a total of 205, - 135, largest crowd total since 1931 - VAVITr fl.?A continuous xkwtit 1 UI11 1 b to nm Moncu fl IN PERSON WXOM A RSRVD SATS POUl Ofl SAL6 AT 1 T SHENK A TITTLE , 313 MARKET ST.. HARRISBURG 0 UNTO2 30 P.M.AYSHOW The league's annual banquet will hrin?y thA suropscfnl ccaenn t o GIANT PITCHERS rinse Anril fa t tVo TWarot Cn,,f,ya State College, April 12,(fl) Three j Presbyterian, at which time tro - pitchers whose height and weight : phies will be awarded the various champions. for Perm State's Varsity this year. Rarino - Splpntinnc The Lion hurlers are Al Maurer, ! isis Baker C i a Atin.it sophomore lefthander from Min - ! 2 Boston Pal. Knoxviiie, Patsey Begone. ersville, who stands six feet, sixiCS s D"e - and one - half inches in height and weighs 235 pounds; Chuck Medlar, 6 foot 3L2 inch, 225 pound righthander from Allentown, and 'Jimmy Richardson, 6 foot, 4 inch, 190 pound lefthander from Shamokin. PERFECT BOWLING SCORE Pottstown, April 12, OP) Andy Brillo, who is anything but a veteran pin - spiller, reached the bowl - 3 Little Beans, War Minstrel, Belay. 6 Clyde Tolson, Jay Jay, Big Stakes. 7 Black Grouse. Memory Book, Perlette. 8 Oversight. Greedan, Flaming High. BEST BET Black Grouse. HaTe de Grace Card FIRST $1000, mdns., 2 yrs., fillies, 4:i f. Sis Baker 118 Bertha's Girl ...110 Miss L Q. .; 119 Astrologist 118 Ashame 118 Maiden Fern 118 Mad Bunny 118xHorn ; 113 Meadow Fun 118 SECOND $1000, clg.. 4 yrs. up. 1 1 - 16 m. ers' hall of fame by rolling a per - : xAfte VLa? - v xfra 9 ws , . , . 6 . ixBlue Cycione ..103xWest Sea Ill ieci ouu score curing an exniDl - Easter Holiday tion on Elks Lodge Alleys. .116Plavmore 113 pjjs Boston Pal 116 Patsey Begone ..111 ,K;r,o;r, .,11,, i , tnoxv Lue n xinnovia iu uuiuuwiuuit vivo - aiAtj aiiu iiijufi. Denote 108 worked to perfection as he reeled! third sioobj cig., 4 yrs. up. 1 l - ie m. off 12 consecutive strikes Tt n. - a!BriUiant 0ne - - 113 Meadow Morn ..113 oil L4 consecutive striKes. it V,as)xMobcap 103 xScullery Maid ..103 the first 300 score here Since theSun Capture ....ll3Mistassini 104 1935 - 36 season when Carl Trout - 1 sturdy Duke ....in Light chatter ....m man turned the trick. iNrn".::::"""':7 Banne" FOURTH The Bel Air. $1000. 3 yrs., 6 f. . Virm ..1 r 4. i. Pete, Jr HO xLight of Morn .103 ..... Jt - o H rcuctl weatner C CnH I13 R3rrTmnr. 115 Fair Hero 113 Don Orlan 107 aLante 99 High Name 107 Cis Marion 102 Sky Lane 108 aFantastical 113 aMrs. E. Brady - C. E. Nelson entry. FIFTH The Parkton Hwcp., t - 1500, 3 yrs. up. "Grade C," 1 1 - 18 m. a Blind Eagle 113 Interlace 102 Belay 122 aWar Minstrel ...112 Little Beans 122 Charlene 100 Sun Triad 102 Son Altesse Ill aMrs. E. Denemark entry. SIXTH The Harford Hdcp., 5O00 added. 3 yri. up, 6 i. Trois Pistoles ...100 Jay Jay 113 Big Stakes lllMadigama 110 Clyde Tolson .... 120 aCourt Dance ...101 aEo.uistar 112 Royal Man 119 aMrs. E. Denemark entry. SEVENTH $1500. clg., 4 yr. up, I m xTeddy's Girl ...104 Black Grouse 122 xAnnikin 104 Sir Reg 116 xAnti Air 104 xPerlette 109 Memory Book .. 118 Tanganyika 114 EIGHTH $1000, clg., 4 yn. up, 1 m. 70 yd3. xSpin On 105 xFIaming High ..110 Oversight 119 White Sand 110 Greendan HSxBnar Sharp ...105 mons, his doubles partner, were runners - up in the doubles. Achieving his goal as champion last year in St. Louis, Hitz repeated as winner in the 1941 event in Bowlers Have New Champion In Team Test Monarch Beers Unable to Repeat Victory in A. B. C Classic St. Paul, April 14. &). A new champion will be crowned in the five - man event at the current American Bowling Congress tournament The defending champions Chicago's Monarch Beers made that certain Saturday night by shooting a disappointing 2855, far short of the 3047 they posted last year and the 3065 held by the present leaders, Vogel Brothers of Forest Park, 111. In the 40 years of ABC competition only the Commodore Barrys, a Chicago K. of C. team, has won two consecutive titles, capturing the championship in 1915 and 1916. Two Chicago entries on Saturday night's 11 p. m. shift gave the fans a thrill by rolling into second and third places. The Rhein - gold Beers took second with a 3054 total on games of 986, 1010 and 1058. Four members of the team went over the 600 mark. The Koenig Braus took third place with a 3022 series on games of 994, 1017 and 1011. Joe Hunter paced the Koenigs with 672. Two other teams entered the first 10 on the late shift. The Glen Myers of Columbus, Ohio, took sixth with a 2971 total and Oak Terrace of Highwood Park, 111., edged into ninth place with 2947. iThe latter's 1080 pin third game was the third highest in the tournament. Among highly touted Chicago teams, in addition to the Mon - archs, will fell by the wayside were the Schlitz Beers 2814, the Pabst Blue Ribbons 2760, and the Fox Deluxe Beers 2790. The standings: Vogel Brothers, Forest Park, El. 3063 Rheingold Beer, Chicago 3054 Koenig Brau Beer, Chicago 3022 Herman Undertakers, at. Louis .... JUis Sehmiesing Ice Cream, Cincinnati 2997 Glen L. Meyers, Columbus. O., .. 2971 Westinghouse AA, Pittsburgh 2963 Pepsi Cola, St. Joseph. Mo 2961 Oak Terrace Bev. Highwood 111. 2947 Champion Recreation, Youngst'n, O. 2942 ALL - EVENTS Harold Kelly, South Bend, Ind 2013 Eddie Koept. Cleveland, 0 1972 Nelson Burton, St. Louis 1965 George Tishock, Milwaukee, Wis., 1961 John Erbe, Forest Park. 111., .... 1961 Ned Day, West AUis, Wis 1944 Fred Blackstone, Indianapolis, Ind. 1933 Joe Kruk. Gary, Ind :.... 1922 Art Balke, Cleveland 1921 Al Novak. Philadelphia, 1912 TWO - MAN EVENT F. lmer Koch - Ned Day, Milwaukee 1307 G. Bobmeyer - N. Burton, St. Louis 1306 D. St. Aubin - R. Lamb, Toledo, O., 1304 F. Reichard - S. Peters, Chicago, .. 1300 C. O'Donnell - S. Garofalo, St. Louis 1296 H. Kallas - F. Caravella, Milwaukee 1289 J. Lynch - H. Vautherot, Detroit, .. 1288 B. Mowery - Earl Talheim, Columbus 1288 S. Tumer - J. Kurk, Gary. Ind.. .. 1286 W. Malone - J. Agresta, Elizab'h, N. J 1279 SINGLES Martin Carlson. Rockford, 111 730 Hilla Kallas, Milwaukee, 727 Victor Bucholz, Mankato, Minn., ,, 720 Harold Kelly, South Bend, Ind., .. 714 Charles Wagner, Philadelphia 711 Pat Albris. Cleveland, 708 George Tishock, Milwaukee 706 Fred McCrea, Fargo, N. D 704 Harry First, Moline. Ill 704 Larry Kline, Battle Creek, Mich., .. 703 Today a year ago Joe Di - Maggio twisted right knee in exhibition game with Dodgers; out of Yankees' opening - game lineup for fourth time in five years. Sports Roundup By EDDIE BRIETZ joint . . . The Dodgers stand to make about ten grand on the most sumptuous training trip in base ball history which cost $45,000 . . . a big delegation of Norfolk ( Va.) fans will be on hand in Washing ton today to present a flock of presents to Jerry Priddy and Phil Rizzuto, the Yankee keystone twins, who used to star down there. Ode to Spring (Canto I). 'Tis Spring: The bird is on the wing. Obsoive: The wing is on the boid. . . . Flatbush Flooey. Beg Pardon Dept. That nifty pome we ran Satur day about Bobby Jones and his 76 should have been credited to Hal - sey Hall of the Minnesota Star - Journal instead of to Jack Troy of the Atlanta Constitution. (It all happened in the rush to get out to Ebbe' t Field on one of Larry MacPhails 50 cent passes, gents) . . the current "Pic" prints a map showing the birthplace of each major league ball player . . . and Gordon (Cleveland Plain - Dealer) Cobbledick gives the low - down on last year's Indian upris ing in Collier's . . . Sporting, one of the Kentucky Derby candi dates, was sired by an Army draft hoss named Red Bug. Blue bloods, eh . . . Brooklyn rooters, still steaming over the high cost of Dodger passes, wouldn't be surprised if the next move of the amazing Mr. MacPhail is to charge 'em a quarter to listen in on the broadcasts. Our Departed Brethren. "Sporting News" readers whose subscriptions have run out are receiving reminders addressed, "Dear expired reader." ? ? ? Parting Thought. Sure hope none of you laid an egg yesterday except the Easter Bunny and Larry MacPhail. tX $Cil WOMEN'S STATE BOWLING CHAMPION Pennsylvania's 1941 women's bowling champion is 22 - 3rear - old Irene Bayer of Erie. Competing in a major tournament for the first time, Miss Bayer carried off the singles championship of the recent third annual State competition at Philadelphia with a 629 score. Marshall Wins Way to Finals Meets Boothe For Billiard Crown in 3Iatch at Casino Academy Robert (Sonny) . Marshall and John Boothe will meet tonight in the finals of the Harrisburg three - cushion billiard tournampnt at the Casino. Marshall has lost two games during the tournament while Boothe has dropped three. Should Marshall win tonight the title which he won last year will be his for another year. And with it goes the further honor of playing Willie Hoppe an exhibition match here next Monday night when Hoppe visits the city to present the trophies to this year's winners in the billiard tournament. Hoppe, now 53, is one of the greatest of living sports figures. Winning his first title in 1906 he still is world champion in the three cushion game a title which he retained only a few weeks ago when he defeated Jake Schaefer of Cleveland in his final match, 50 to 34. Hoppe has won 36 of his last 37 games in - world competition for the three cushion title. Boothe won his way into the finals by eliminating Myer Isaac man who had been tied with Boothe until their meeting. Boothe shot exceptional billiards to defeat Isaacman, 35 to 22. Isaacman had previously defeated Marshall, 35 to 27. Indians and Giants Battle to 12Jnning Tie New York, April 14, (fly - Held to one run in the first eight innings by Carl Hubbard, Harry Gumbert and Bump Hadley, the Cleveland Indians tied the score in the ninth yesterday and rode to a 4 - 4 tie when darkness halted the game after 12 innings. After the Giants had pounded Jim Bagby for four runs, including a homer by Joe Orengo in the second inning Al Smith took the mound in the sixth and held the New Yorkers to three hits in six more frames. Trailing 4 - 1 going into the ninth, the Indians tied the score when Roy Bell smacked a home run be hind Gerald Walker's single and then singles by Ray Mack and Roy Weatherly, coupled with a pass and a force - out, brought in another tally. The Indians lost their chance to win when Lou Boudreau hit into a double play with the bases full. The game was the fifth tie the Giants and Indians have played in their eight seasons of spring riv alry, Cleveland won this year's series, 9 - 3, and leads over the long stretch, 50 to 47. Cleveland f New York Keltner,3b Boud'au.ss Trosky.lb Walker.lf. Bell.rf ... Mack,2b.. Hemsley.c Desautels.c Bagby.p. . xCampbell Smith, p. . ab r h o al ab r h o a Weath'y.cf 6 0 1 4 0 Rucker.cf . 2 112 0 3 0 0 1 3 Demaree.cf 3 0 0 2 0 3 1 2 2 6 Whit'h'd,2b 5 0 2 1 1 8 0 0 19 0 Danning.c 3 1110 5 1 2 3 0 Hartnett.c. 3 0 0 6 3 5 1110 zzO'Dea. .. 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 2 3 4 Ott.rf 5 10 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 Young.lb. . 5 0 1 15 0 2 0 0 3 1 Moore.lf . . . 3 0 110 2 0 0 0 2 Arnov'ch.lf 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 Orengo,3b. 2 0 0 0 0 Jurgea.ss. . Total.. 42 4 8 3616 HubbeU,p. zMaynard . Gumbert.p Hadley, p. . 5 13 0 3 5 0 12 6 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 Total. 45 410 3616 xBatted ior Bagby In 7th. zBatted for Hubbell in 3rd. zzRan ior Hartnett in 12th. Cleveland fA). 00010000300 04 New York INl . 11010100000 04 r Errors None. Runs batted m Moore Orengo 2, Weatherly, Walker, Bell 2. Two - base hits Boudreau, Danning, Oren go. Home runs Orengo. BeU. Stolen bases Walker, Moore. Double plays - Mack to Boudreau to Trosky, Hadley to Hartnett to Young. Left on bases Cleve land 9. New York 9. Base on balls Off Gumbert 2, Hadley 5, Bagby 2, Smith 2. Struck out By Hubbell 1, Gumbert 1, Hadley 3. Smith 3. Hits Off Hubbell, 2 in 3; Gumbert, 2 in 3: Hadley. 4 in 6; Bagby, 7 in 6; Smith. 3 In 6. Umpires Goetz and Pipgras. Time 2.39. Attendance 4000. Three years ago Avery Brun - dage said Olympics would be held "elsewhere" in 1940 of Tokio abandoned games. Fisher Again Takes Title at Wildwood Wildwood, N. J., April 14, (IP) Clarence (Spike) Fisher of the home club, won the Eastern States Inaugural Amateur Golf championship for the fifth straight year yesterday, defeating Howard Everitt of the Manufacturers' Club, 1 up, in the finals of the 18th tournament. Fisher reached the finals by eliminating Ray Silverstein, Ashbourne Country Club ace, earlier in the day, 4 and 3. Everitt won his semi - final match with Jack Penrose, Jr., of Merchantville, 3 and 2. PHILLIES TAME COLTS Richmond, Va., April 14, UP) Bill Nagel, the Phillies' new second baseman, socked three homers yesterday to lead the Phils to a 12 to 5 victory over the Richmond Colts. It was the last spring exhibition game for the Phils. They finished with a mark of. 13 won and 14 lost. Philadelphia 026 000 1121216 2 Richmond... 001 301 0005 HARRISBURG 17th and Holly Streets Middletown High Nine Nips Augusta Military Coach Ken Cassell and his Middletown High School Baseball team celebrated Good Friday at Fort Defiance, Va., by defeating the Augusta Military Academy 11 to 5. Although outhit by their rivals the Middletown lads had what it takes in the pinches to emerge the victors. Marlin Hahn and brother Joe led the hitting attack for Cas - sell's boys finding Bowman, Academy pitcher, for two blows apiece. The High School squad and soldiers .battled it out on even terms going into the top of the ninth with the score tied at five all. However, in the ninth the Cassell contingent got to Bowman for six big runs and the ball game. Jack Baumbach, who moved from the receiving end to the delivering end in the eighth inning, for Middletown was the winning pitcher. He took up where Joe Beno had left off with the score all tied up. Middletown t Augusta ao r ft o a' ab r h o a M. Hahn. 2b 5 1 2 0 4 Rowe.cf... 4 0 110 Welsh. 3b.. 4 2 1 3 0 Berry .3b.. 0 0 2 0 Steph'ns.ss 5 0 1 0 4 Cadiness.3b 5 0 0 2 9 J.B'm'h.c.p S 3 l 7 l'F'rk'tch.rf 4 13 0 0 Shoop.lf . 4 2 11 1 Danicls.lb. J.Hahn.cf . 4 1 2 2 0'Work'an.ss Ader'lt.lb 2 0 0 7 o:Metzger.lf. Plott.lb.. 5 0 1 3 0 Staples. 2b. Swartz.rf 10 0 1 0 Dutch.2b..? Mathlas.rt 4 0 1 0 0 Hodges. c. . . J. Beno. p.. 3 0 0 0 0 Bowman, p. xAcher'n.c 1 0 0 0 0 zGreen Hill.c 0 1 0 3 01 Total 38 11 10 27 10! Total . . xBatted lor Mathias in 9th. 5 12 13 4 0 1 1 C 2 0 0 0 0 38 5 12 27 7 zBatted for Bowman in 9th. Middletown 10030001 611 Augusta 01001 12005 Errors S t e p h e n s. Berry. Cadiness, Workman, Dutch. Two - base hit J. Hahn. Winning pitcher Baumbach. Losing pitcher Bowman. MACKMEN MAIL BUCS Wichita. Kan., April 14. (fl). The Philadelphia Athletics bid farewell to the Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday by fashioning a 7 - 6 victory over the National League entry in the finale of the teams' spring training tour. The A's won the series of 13 games by the same count as today's score. A 15 - hit barrage, including a annual !nome r""' uouDie ana single py uatcner DranK nayes, won today s game for the A's. Virgil Davis homered for the Pirates. The game was cut to eight innings by Pittsburgh (N) 004 101 006 9 1 Phila. (A) ... 002 014 007 15 5 Sewell, Heintzelman (3), Lana - han (6), Deitz (6) and Lopez, Davis (3); Knott, Harris (6) and Hayes. Called at end of eighth to allow teams to catch train. MANSFIELD HOPES HIGH Mansfield, April 12, (fl) Losing only two players from last year's undefeated tennis team, Mansfield State Teachers College hopes to do as well on the courts this year as in 1940. Last year the Teacher 8 0 netmen won eight straight matches. Jeanette Jones Is Heat Winner Loeal Girl Finishes Second in Finals of Fifty Meter Dash Atlantic City, N. J., April 14. Jeanette Jones, of the Harrisburg A. A. A. finished second in the 50 - meter dash and fourth in the 200 - meter dash in the National Amateur Athletic Union championship indoor track meet here on Saturday night. Both events were won by Jean Lane, of Wilburforce University, Ohio, and she established a new world's record of 25.1 seconds in the 200 - meter event. Marie Sostar and Betty DeLone, also of Harrisburg, placed fourth and sixth, respectively, in the basketball throw. In the trials for the 50 - meter dash, Miss Jones qualified in 6.7 seconds, while Miss Lane in an other heat ran the trial in 6.8 seconds. Stella Walsh, Polish Olympic Women's A. C, of Ohio, won i i l . il. nnn , n. - .v. ;n 5 1 2 8 0 ner neat in me uu - mcici uoou m 25.7 seconds, Miss Jones placing second in the same race. In the ooos 2 'other 200 - meter qualifying race, 1 1 i12 1 Miss Lane covered the distance 4 12 0 11. ... , 1 0 0 0 0ln a' seuunus. However, in the tinais oi tne 200 - meter dash, Miss Lane defeated Miss Walsh, who previously held the record. The old time was 26.1 seconds. RENEW MAT RIVALRY Bethlehem, April 12, (fly - Lehigh and Pennsylvania will renew wrestling relations next year after a lapse of seven years. Pennsylvania, undefeated in dual meets during the 1941 season, will appear here in a dual meet February 14. CHAMPION HAS NEW RIVAL Villanova, April 12, (fly - Mrs. Robert R. Titus, State Women's target champion, has a new rival. Her daughter Anne, although handling a shotgun the first time this year, is making a good showing in interclub novice competition. CM) DGQQuG 00(DOQfil!ljlGD &mm mam BOWL Women find real sport and relaxation in bowling Join in this afternoon at Penn Bowling Centre 3315 DERBY ST. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OP THE COCA - COLA COMPANY BY COCA - COLA BOTTLING. 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