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Wilding Stops Painters, 3-0; Barraza Wins Valley Times moved into a one and a half game lead in the Major S o f t b a l l race T h u r s d a y night on the strength of a surprise 3-0 blanking of Jackson Paints by Matt Wilding. · Wilding pulled out of Jams In the first twg frames, and then breezed the remaining distance without trouble. Meanwhile the Palntsrs bec?me extremely generous and gave the ball game away in the very first inning with two unearned runs. Sherman James was safe on an error, sacrificed to second, BIJ1 Withrow walked and both runners advanced on a fly ball to center field by Dean Knouse when the ;lhrow in was held up, Hay Salo beat out an infield hit and two runs scored in the ensuing; throwing of the ball past ;first and wild to home plate. Third run came in the next inning when Neil Colgrove tripled and Bill ^hompson dumped a squeeze bunt ·that was thrown to first instead of home. Colgrove then romped home with the only earned run of ·the game. · Don Thomas gave up only two hits while fanning six. Wilding ·allowed the Painters four bingles. J Malcolm Paving pulled one out fit the fije in the final frame to take a 4-2 thriller from the Moffatt Moffatt Gems in the evening's second game at VN-SO. Both teams counted two runs in the third inning. After the tying tying outburst, Ray Barraza retired ·all but one man in order daring Ithe remainder of the game, fan- Jnlng nine of the last 13 batters. Barraza has 13 strikeouts for the night He now has 77 strikeouts in 47 innings. , Bill Lopez won the ball game for his battery mate in the seventh 'inning. Ray Barraza walked, John Cerda walked and Lopez blasted 'a double to center. The bombs were falling at Van "Nuys Kiwanis Thursday night, -but the blasting was done by the .ex-service boys instead of by the .Army as the Van Nuys American Legion Post 193 r e a l l y shell- .shockeithe 551 GW Missiles with 25 runs in four innings for a 25-5 triumph. _ : JielMffi PsinU 000 900--0 4 1 Y»lley Tim« 21Q 00=--9 I 0 Tlujnuu *ad B«ttr; tFildinc and Thompson. M»!CQ!» P»»iiw --002 WO Z--I S * Moffitt Jiveltn _W)2 000 0--2 5 ± Bum* «od Lopez: H»a!»w». Artniy and Smith. £11 GW MiKil« 0 Eft 0-- I 4 I .Am, Lttlen (11) W 5--2S IE 0 , tjji*, Toon*. Arthur tni P Matthews. Jame* and Forsrtti-. "BATTER UP" IN 1914--Van Nuys had a full- fledged baseball team 40 years ago, no less, which played played on local diamond at Vesper Ave, and Gilmore St. 1 , believe believe it or not! Games were scheduled on Saturday afternoons, mostly with teams from Los Angeles, and lotal worthies were decked out in uniforms furnished by Van Nuys merchants. Kneeling from left: Oliver Smock, next man unidentified, Washington Conley, bat boy; Russell Kleinhaus, Cecil Forbes and Hap O'Conner. Standing: W. R. McWilHams, foreman, Hammond Lumber Lumber Co.; Robert Johnston, manager, Hammond Lumber; Harry J. Clever, rancher; Sam LaSalle, E, D. Gibson, Van Nuys Post Office; WUliam Andrew, hardware retailer, retailer, who was assistant manager of the club, and S. 0. Houghton, rancher and club manager. Not pictured are Kobert Biggert, umpire, and Frank M. Keffer, founder and publisher of The News, who was scorekeeper. Picture Picture furnished by Gibson. ARROW ROCK (0. SCORES 'A-2' SURPRISE; BLANCHARD SQUAD INCREASES 'AA' EDGE WMAM SURF MAT RACES, hilarious slips and slides by zany waster clowns, swimming: and living exhibition* by national cbampiona and "stars of the future," paddle-hoard ballets, synchronized and pattern nwimming, and kick-board drills are feature* of 1954 community water carnival* being presented »t It) Loi Angele* municipal pools by City Recreation ana Park Pept Kh« carnivals, which public is inrited to attend with no admis«ion charge, *ns setting stag* for "Aqua Gala, of 1951," -slated to be presented »t Lew Angeles Swimminr Stadhim In Exposition Park OB Friday and Saturday evening*, Sent. 3 and 4. WATER ACTS j ! s porkies From The oftball Diamond-- By PAUL SHASKUK Some of the softball players are becoming careless again in watching what teams and how many teams they play on- A'crackdown is about due. * One of the cardinal rules of the Softball Association from the beginning has been that* 'no player shall play on more 'then one team in the association except a church team or a team representing his employment. Usually the victim in such cases is the team of lower caliber- If ,a man plays on a top class team in league play, h» is so qualified. Several years ago over twenty eight win*-were tossed out the ' Window for * *erfcs of teams ' that persisted in ignoring: the rule*. The first four place teams · ended up in tlio cellar regions -. two boon later. f A player, however, can play on another team outside ol the asEo- jeiatlon, with the permission of his 'manager. · All the softball players in the Galley, except about eight or nine jselfish managers in the lower 'church leagues, are complainfhg 'about the ban imposed by the ·church leagues that a man playing in thp A or B church league cannot cannot play on any other team or in any other leaatie under any circumstances. circumstances. This rule does not apply to the Open Church League. Alt wftball group* the country ·wide have- nllwctl player* la piny tn t h f l r church le»m« rvKatdtrsf if ability and the chttrche* have replied in kind, ifany or the Valley chuVchcp have nomc ball plnyem lhat couW on DouWe A and 'AAA* hall Htibs and other Single A learns. Most ol lhe« young men are single and Iree lo play. Their church l e a g u e plays Monday nights only. Yet, 51 they want play for their church, they cannot cannot play wiui any other team. So tScw yoans men murt find olher occupations Jo fill in ihe re- iiurtcad of play more mainin^ having Ihe chance of ihe sport \Vhat makes ihr rulinc ··illy w lh« fart H k*-cp lop church team. All church players murt attend Wie church they play for at least three out of four Sundays. It is sincerely believed that if most church heads knew of the decision made by their ball managers managers that they would be most unhappy. After all, t heir's is to help the youth, not place obstacles obstacles and shackels In their paths to a greater enjoyment of life. TODDIE EVANS, one of the greatest, if not the greatest, third sackers ever to perform on Valley softbaH diamonds, was responsible for getting the PJL system to functioning at Reseda Park by doing some expert wiring, Few fans will ever forget the grand-slam home run Toddie hit at {he old Atkins Park against the World Champion Taft team a few years ago. With a 0-0 score and bases full in ihe seventh frame, MTU, Waterfield Waterfield watched Todd walk lo the plate and Bob Waterfield's mother eouM not restrain herselt. on dollars Todd. If you get a hit" wat her pleading offer. The first pilch was plastered by Todd ovr the center field scoreboard. scoreboard. Mr?. Watwfield was waiting waiting at home plate with * fist fuli of greenbacks when Toddie came ncrow the platter. TECHXOCKACY jn the Jcrucr church Jeaeu«. 3f a certain flayer *and every 1«am in ihe church league* has 'AA' or 'AAA' do «o in order Mire Jii* ehurrh t h e public address jyslem at VN-SO Park each Tuesday and Tharsday Aiebls for tfce M * j $ r softball games free of charge as a public Mr. Green usually gives up two evenings a we«-fe to help out the information dispensing. RALPH JAMES lias quite a softball program soinc at Rsdio- jOan* with s e v e r a l men and women learns playing an inter- Sefcedule. German James third Tor Valley Times and Kramer James pitches for ihe from playinp Lepjon while Paul James is *"bout' »f but in ready lo hang up his Jawycrs It lort:* )ik« "Onward Christian Soldiers" as (he Van Nuys Central Ointlian learn TJ day 1J»« nr plaiers a p«r- of \f~fff »ilplj? Th" Osllmg A whj1- in unde- Chritl Community remain": remain": tmtippV-d *l.«v miJ, WRIGHT. BctifliT HAW «n)*f' t alMl viltball pilfer, 1* the wn vf annljyfr wrj] fcnrnvn fpwts pT'rmahly. Sill'* rmb«r fc Uic[hS(! Carjvt Top Aquatic Show Slated Top-flight aquatic entertainment, entertainment, including comedy and precision precision swimming and dicing acts, will be offered at 8 o'clock Thursday Thursday night, when Van Nuys-Sherman Nuys-Sherman Oaks Municipal Fool, 14201 Huston St., hosts its 1954 community community water carnival. The big water show will feature feature many^ of the nation's top swimmers 'and divers--including several AAU champions--ancl recent recent "graduates" of the Los Angeles Angeles City Recreation and Park Dept's ninth annual "lesrn-to- Swim" campaign. Pool Manager Walter G. Jackson Jackson reported that the water carnival's carnival's acts will include canoe- m a n e u v e ring demonstrations, kick-board drills, paddle-board ballets, and exhibitions of ornamental ornamental and synchronized swimming. swimming. : Spaced throughout the program · will be the side-splitting antics of: a corps of aquatic clowns, Jack-; son said. The water-soaked baf-; Icons will be garbed in Gay Nineties Nineties bathing suits, hobo oulGtsJ and other outlandish attire as they bellyflop through their comic: routines, he* explained. i Pointing out that admission win be free to Van Nuys-Sherman Oaks Pool's community water: carnival, Jackson advised pros-; pecth-e members of the audience: lo arrive early to avoid possible disappoint ment- The £sla water event win be ; staged in an atmosphere of bright lights and bay music, and win culminate several w«ks of re- Arrow Rock Co. handed Sego Nursery its first setback in the Valley municipal "A-2" softball league Thursday night, 17-7, and climbed into a tie for the loop leadership along frith the nursery entry. Both sport 7-1 records. Catcher Al Weiner was the big man in Sandy Kaye's Arrow Rock attack, batting in eight runs with four hits. Boh Yamane had a three - run lour - master for the losers. Arrow Roek m 426--IT 10 .003 130--7 E Morae.Sliter and Weiatr; T. Yuoane and B. Yamue. * * * Blanchard Lumber widened its first place lead in the "AA" standings standings last night at North Hollywood Hollywood Park with, a 9-1 triumph over Panorama TV. The Lumber- Ites now lead second place Glennie Plumbing by a game-and-a-half. Paul Casella sparkled at the plate for Manager Don Rosselli's club, slapping out a homer, double and single to chase in five runs. Charlie Lieber also had a homer for the winners. " Blanchard Lbr. 010 113 *-- 9 * I Panorama TV 100 000 0 -- 1 * 3 Lmct and Toshiw*TM; Sail, Prteto and Adohr Milk Farms, behind the play of Pitcher Steve Grejeda, climbed into a three-way tie for third place in the "A-2" standings with an 8-2 win over Carnation. Grejeda Homered as well as' spacing spacing six hits. , R H E Adotr MlBc 120 000 Carnation 200 000 . _ . _ Greitda and Whirtiker; Hardin* and Kester. · General Electric handed Johnnies Johnnies Liquors its third straight "A-2" loss Thursday n i g h t at Victory-Vanowen Park, winning by a 6-5 count John Sutnner's single in the last inning sent in Jim Kelly with the winning} run. S-- 8 0 -- 2 Johnnie* Liquor* _010 R B E 004-- 5 General Eltttric 201 201-- S E S Vaecaro and GoBclta; Bow den ud Sakalatukaf. Tony Grimes in Shrine Tilt No one questions the fact that San Fernandas Tigers were the standout team in Los Angeles last year--that's why Tiger Coach Orlie Orlie Schmidt was named as co- coach of the SoulhHeam for the July 21 meeting between the North and South in the third annual annual Shrine prep grid titanic at the Coliseum. But another important key to San Fernando'* success--they went undefeated in nine games, averaging almost three touchdowns touchdowns per start--is none other than Capt. and Tackle Tony Grimes, who'll be one of the Soulh's top linemen. a serious and hcarsal by its participants, Jack- working 6-foc-t 3SO-poum3er, -was the inspirational leader on a team son said. Van Nuys-Sherman Oafcs Pool is one of the 10 municipal plunges which are offering water carnivals carnivals this summer, the Recreation and Park Depl. staled. a cinch to (ake the trophies. Sotw? The league folds vp before the first game. ADOHR MILK FARMS has a new (a. mhand" on l«c named jnc-und. Steve Sieve looks the difference between top and bottom of the league. Steve knocked Johnnie** Liquors and General Eltctiic pff in eon- **cutive games 10 throw the A-2 race into a Turmoil. EODIK "REITK. Panorama is his un- for c-nd slier "tnrfwinj; fame ilte 1n wiih awsy TA which included three AU-City backs (Carl Ketchie, Jerry Mat- Una, and Bob Orino), and was responsible for the Tigers' great forward wall Joe Fido drove in e pair of runs and Wes Morris belted out a pair of bingles to help Mullin Lumber take care of Rancho, 9-1, in an "AA" game played at North Hollywood. Hollywood. Jack Morris was the winning winning pitcher In his first hill outing outing of the year. E H £ Rancho 01(1 flO-- 1 61--9 MalHn _____ ...... __ 800 Croft. Carter and Monttvirdt; J. Mor- Tii and Fido. Ben Farrell hit e three-run homer in the first frame and Syd Walker spaced six hits as Houston Fearless upset the Valley Multiple Realtors, 6-3, in an "AA" game at Van Nuys Park Thursday. Walker Walker fanned 10 and walked only two Wally Goldsberry picked up his fourth homer of the season for the Realtors. R H E noi-- t 21*-- 6 Multiple Realtor* .011 Houston Fearl« _ SOU * * * ManfuH's Dairy evened Its "A-2" record at 4-4 last night at North Hollywood Park, beating North American Aviation, 5-2. in a tight game. "A-l" ROUNDUP In the "A-l" league on Wednesday Wednesday night, Bendix UAW and Collis Chevron continued on their winning ways as both won to pull away from the rest of the loop. Bendix. which has Jiow run its win streak to eight straight, easily downed R u m p u s Room, 20-3, while Collis got win number seven against-only one loss as it bumped Radioplane, 14-2. In the other two games, Panorama Panorama American Legion slipped past Marquardt Aircraft, 5-1, and Downing Appliance upset Schwten Engineering, 14-5. Sparking the Bendix crew to. the victory were a trio of heavy sluggers, Jerry Gates, Frank Kiila and Wally Reed. All hit homers. Between them they blasted out 10 hits and drove in a dozen runs. Artie Beers was the hero of Collis' triumph, sparkling on both the mound and at the plate. The tall righthander slapped out three hits as well as turning in a two- hit hill job. Bob McConnell and Don Arreloa also swung wicked sticks at the plate. Don Wiefe had a hand in all five of Panorama American Legion Legion scores, driving in three runs with his two hits, and scoring the other two tallies. But the best batting performance performance of the 1954 municipal softball softball season was turned in by Downing Appliance's Bill Campbell. Campbell. The Downing outfielder went o bat four times, collecting three home runs and a single. The hits drove in seven runs. Frank Mtillin was also 4-4 at the plate, although his hits -were not quite as destructive as Camp-' bell's safeties. JLee White got Uae : win. TENNIS SCHOOL STARTS sessions «pcn lo a)l JO to, 17-year-old firth annual et ncopht«. Tennis School the /or Brys and Girls is now underway at 33 Los Angeles Jnunkipal plaj--, grounds, the C3ly Recreation and Park Dejt- reported yeslerfay. Weekly inslnicUon « n d drill sessions are whedulrf at the 33 Dur-ing this week's kickoff classes. Tennis School instructors are conducting registration, discussing discussing pelection of cqaipment and court etiquette, and demonstrating demonstrating jrrips and position in back of play eenlcrs through AUR. 7, »c- eflWinK 1o Ralph Borrelli ihe Rf rrealion mnd Partt Dep1,*s direr- evenis. The *e lor of School wHl H 10-lnM 1i«*riHj:}ihf)rhoftd ew.1 fo »nt wid «r. Mr. and ni'h'-r 1-np prt ^rt «1T JmM 1171 ffr Its'- l . A Major tiinwner Jcagve ana looked'chicken. a Tiinntr on Made ChBmpiwiihijK ih» week ff ADC. rm A lie. 1't- Ue baseline, ending walh wer period, Next with each session t question-and-ans- l?ie Tiet professors will explain and demonstrate ihe backhand grounds! roke. b«H! on 1he bounce and fly, how lii pirV up a i^nnis hall. O1h»r pb«w. of 1en«j« ·will he I3jcn up a1 the «-brtOl'«! 1bird and Three Important Games Head Softball Schedule Legion, Painters Play Top Major Battle on Slate Three important battles, one in each the Major, "A-l" and "A-2" leagues, top this week's Valley municipal softball softball schedule. Heading Tuesday's jrames In the Majors is the tilt between second place American Legion, and Jackson Paints, close on the heels of the Legioneers. Taking the mound for the Legion Legion nine will be their ace Kramer James, who nipped the Paints, 6-5, earlier In the season. Don Thomas, who had slight revenge on James with a solo home run off him, will be on 'the mound for the Painters. Coffis-Bendix'Meet Topping the "A-l" slate is the Collis Chevron-Bendix UAW titanic titanic set Jor Reseda Wednesday evening. Collis, second in the "A-l" race, will probably go with its ace Art Beers, while the loop- leading Bendix squad will have Bill Wright on the mound. Bendix took a one-run win the first time the two clubs met this season. In the "A-2". Arrow Rock Co., which upset Sego Nursery last week, and moved into a first)lace first)lace tie in that loop, meets General General Electric, one of the top contenders. contenders. Banaza Faces Missiles \ Tuesday's remaining M a j o r schedule pits Malcolm Paving and its strike out artist, Ray Barraza, against hapless 551 GW Missiles, while Valley Times goes against Moffatt Jewelers. San Fernando Moose, loser of its first game last week in the ·A-3", will attempt to catch loop- fading Red Barn Tuesday when the Moosemen clash with VFW 10040. The Red Barn nine has a slightly easier game on tap, facing Hollywood Tool (1-4), the cellar dweller. Third place in the "A-l" is also at stake, along with first place, with Panorama American Legion (5-3) meeting Downing Appliance (4-4) in an' important contest TUESDAY MAJORS fAt Van Nn75-Sl«nn»n Oak?) 7:3fl -- Birmingham TS. Malcolm Pavtnc. S;00-- VN American Lesion *i- Jackson Jackson Paints, (At Jtmit) 7:80-- Valfer Timat ITJ. Mo£f»tt Jew- elera. "A-± LEAGUE (At North Hollywood X*. I) 7:30-- Ntubeiry vs. Adobe. 8:30 -- S«o Nursery .is. Csnution. (At Van Nun Xiwtnh) 7:30-- North American tt. 9 tO{f-- General Electric TJ. Arrow Bock Co. fAt Victory V*ji,w«n) 7;30--Manfulls -vs. Cardinal!. -A-3" LEAGUE At Harth Hnllnrood No. I) T:7! ; o_Tennite!T3. UAW M5. 9:(W--Cotttr Corpsration is. Knickerbocker. Knickerbocker. (At SepnlTMl»l 7:30--VFW 100« TO. SF Moose. S:00--Red Bam vs. Hollywood Tool. WEDNESDAY "A-l" LEAGUE fAt Re»da 7:30--R»dioplan« «. Schwitn En S £- neerinc. Che^ion n, Bendfct UAW. V«n 7:30-- Pmnonmm American Legion TS. 8:00-- 8:00-- .Rammta Itoom -w. MatonardL EtMEIt P. BBO9CUEY, managing director at Shrine North- Sooth football game that will b« played In Coliseum Wednesday nifht, July 31, shows picture of Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children to Orlie Schmidt, center, and Bob Stfflwell. Ihey are coacfae* of South team that will play in game to raise fund! Shriners' Hospital. Schmidt coached San Fernanda to I/os Anfelt* City Championship and Stillwell's Santa Monica team captured CIF honors. SPORTS Sunday, July 4, 1954 Tom Reilly, Spoils Editor NEWS Van Wuy«, A California * m VALLEY BOWLING NOTES By Ke/ny Preimesberger As is its usual custom, the Van Nuys Bowling has closed its doors over the Fourth of July holiday the annual alley resurfacing job. Work started late Friday night at which time preliminary sanding of each alley was begun. This will he followed by the application of nearly a dozen coats of liquid alley conditioners and Owner Fred Lentz has announced that the doors will again he thrown open for business Tuesday. Youth Program Starts With the reopening, the Van Nuys Bowling Center management management will also embark^ on its youth bowling program. The pro- grain, 'open to alt bo^ys and girls sixteen years of age and under will consist of two games of bowling, bowling, free use of bowling shoes, and free instructions under the guidance guidance of Tim Monahan. The nominal charge assessed for participation in this youth bowling movement is negligible when the many merits of a pro- such as this are analyzed. We recommend this step In. the right direction by the BC management management and we strongly encourage parents of children eligible for SOFTBALL STANDINGS 'alley Time* American Lesion Jackson Paints Moffit 561 Mittile. "AA" w. 6 S 4 4 2 0 Job- : L. I S * tlaadiart ilcnnfe Pltnabinr MulJJa Lumber 'anorana. TV Ratiebo Houston Fearteu "A-2" Seso K«k Cv. onnaiet Central Electric AAjhr Milk Farm! janfultt Dairy fo. Aitation Catdtnali "A-l" Jellis Orerron 'anoraau Am«r. Aircraft Rmm "A-S- P«rn Vrmitcs TT.A.W. CorrontSon toOywtxrf TotS C*. 1 , ivu WEST VALLET-VAN MTO CHCBCH ^ 7 5 s S 4 4 3 O 0 tr. * 7 S i 4 : i c Pit. .857 .SIS .571 ,S7I .250 -ttW Pet 1 .557 .667 -571 -2S6 L. Prt. -ST3 .575 .BJS .(KB ..000 - Pet. 1.MO Ji7s -SJi -WO .SM - Pet. LEAGUE -ATM W. 4 I. (I - ~ - OatTM] iam* Prt. .wo . -J?-JF1f« LnSima H .^ . WEST VAIXCT.VAV NffS CHURCH LEAGUE '.y. Cniljrt Chritftuti nnh BJPIWI Chrirtnn 'aiwnuTM Trinity I/tnVraiB I- Prt. . XORTB CEURCH T1tiea * .15(1 * .-DDK! S i» iVALLET ·A" Trt. jnnp I. C)iy-\Vifl» CHIRCH W. Oinit 1»i» ID ID 1 1 Speedboat Jockeys Groom for Regatta at Marine Stadium Los Angeles Speedboat Association's Association's aquatic jockeys today were grooming their motorized ironing boards in preparation for the Gold Cup regatta Sunday, July 13, at Long Beach Marine Stadium. The LASA is staging the meet, which replaces the annual Hearst Gold Cup affair, cancelled for unannounced unannounced reasons this year. A Valley threat is Bob Burnett, 4307 Hayvenhutst Avp., Encino, who goes in A racing hydroplanes. Another is Ken Jolley. 323 5. Griffith Park Dr.. Burbank, in F lacing runabouts. Commodore M a r v i n (Slim) Boettger. Arcadia, says that the LASA's new $peeded-up program that eliminates lags between races will be featured again. Women Team to Cop Partner PJay Harriet Handy and Doris Schne- berc; shot a net 68 to top the field in the Best Ball of Partners Toury Toury held Tuesday by the Ladies Auxiliary of the San Fernando Valley Countiy Club. Jean Harvey-Virginia Huddle- sloiv Madrrt Riner-Jinny Moores, and Jean Graves-Dorothy Lewis finished in a three-way tie for fourth place with a net 69. CAGE STANDINGS ;artlcipatfoti to contact the Van Muys Bowling Center for full details details regarding these sessions. FLASH--The "Cap" has Just reported to the local gendarmes the loss of his most valued possessions--his possessions--his bowling bag, ball and shoes. Morrie Hinz, the cap manufacturer's best friend, this past week advised us sadly that his bqwling equipment turned TIP missing and any information ie- gardJng the whereabouts ^thereof will be very much appreciated Morrie. He is dehating the idea of offering one of his bicycles as a. reward for such, information but thus far no such offer has been raade by him. · Three-Way Ke The ninth week of action in the M o n d a y Men's Handicap League, at Van Nuys Bowling Center proved to be the most exciting thus far as the. action saw three teams tie for top spot in the 10-team league. Going into the evening's battle, El Patio Cleaners enjoyed a two-point cushion but Team No. 3 rose to whitewash the Cleaners and move into a tie for the lead. 3ers had a good evening all the way around as they recorded th* season's^ best series total, a 2998, and all members finished above the 500 mark. Norm Brown led his teammates with a 236-619, followed by BID Umhoefer with 594, Don Bacon and J. Elson 521 each, and Walt Umhoefer 506. For the Cleaners, Bud Klein contributed a 551. with W. Rettig and Frank Ostrom fol- owing with 502 and 500 respectively. respectively. The Tigers managed a 2-2 split wiih Van Nuys Moose Lodge 308 and thereby also moved into lie for first. One game off the pace is Team No. 4 which swept !our from Rocco Eye Inn. Other top scorers for the evening included included Louie. Sapino with 529, Bill Youngbauer 537, R. Sucholl 551. Morrie Hinz (with a house ball) 535. and F. Jenkins 526. STANDINGS Z Cunrll S»»-t 1 C*.TfOt» it n 1 1 I Z LEADING SCORERS Tnn Multtt h* rat lrScidnsgroi]Ti(1 on Aug. 27-2S, Eor- «p ol Eorrelli In 191S tn- Xtw York ^^ _ won 26 straight games. .SMI rmn i FI'V- r v Win m ·»!·«·*. Hurt. { 'Hup-«·_ Ciirt*ll '* Jtm-Ttf-,1 .,". 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Clipped from Valley News02 Jul 1954, FriPage 9

Valley News (Van Nuys, California)02 Jul 1954, FriPage 9
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