Uncle Bud Baseball Chgo Hts Star 7/29/1938
$FT Till Otl IU FORH vASEEN'S CYCLONES SET TO OPPOSE BOOSTERS IN SUNDAY'S TILT j to all | ^ j j ^ eet HilU wasi"" 01 " *" in most in a Battle of Pitchers Fireworks will explode next 11,WB. JvjreWOrKS will rAtJiwui; nvÂ«* has!g u n ( j a y afternoon when the Chi- with will the to line. one the Â·- the n Heights Cyclones! , JLIU1ICB on the j !JlL.clÂ£C \ J i v j v v . viiuiK"*"- Â· T Manager Cal Pearson "T ^"1" JOh TLnt nS the Cottage Grove diamond. the Cyclones accepted Boosters' challenge for a nine inning clash early full well this week, ..' Â· ,, Â»,,ii u,.n t h i t the nowerare: ' W ^f rM,nmwould give h e r colored tÂ«m would K'^ t h e | e a strong test for tne ^. "., nine a strong A. A. game one week hence. ( ^ The Boosters, feeling that their hi i attack is just as strong as t h v j Cyclones, are full of confidence vg and ready to offer their strongest vj . front. Adalr and Hills To Hurl Much of the success of the Cyclones will rest upon the good left arm of Wally Adair, their pitcher. Lately Adair has been troubled with lumbago and as a .,.. -...--..- n T " t h e C . , class _ p ' result his pitching skill has ed some, but whatever a sulI1Ci u u l ,,,,,,,,. and it he m a y have had are gone now,] yM ran dom. 1 and Rube is confidently looking forward to breezing his screw ball past the opposing sluggers pot on most On be l l o n Park at the inaum. i , , , Â·_ , , Adair will draw as his pitching L opponent the former American! s'chucker, Hills. Hills, who s'chucker, s. s, wo . h residing in Chicago Heights present if one of the most hurlen in this vicinity. It was who hurled the Arrows-Boosters game, a tilt in which the Chicago Heights Arrows had a hard time w i n n i n g for Oscar Hartman, 3. The Boosters will try to avenge LEAGUE t h e e n d ; - Â· Â· - , Â· . .. , chute i the Arrow defeat by t a k c "vrlnnes in a most spot. on Pearson's Cyclones in a most decisive manner and when one looks at it from this angle Sunday's Sunday's game should b? a "natural." Rabid followers of both baseball aggregations are expected to t out in full strength for the si/zlintf contest. Cyclones At Full Strength The Cyclones w i l l go i n ! , e a t f u l l strcnK , h for , h p fl rs , . . . . . Â« Â· . . . T^ .. Meyers for g at Ashland possession Fum- 3 time this year. Mgr. Pearson of \ J , . | - 1 *Â»-v, j*..... sev-1 Two double plays, the first g j in j i n g attack e Lefty S i p p l e j has announced that every one of his regular players will be on hind for the til! Thus Cyclone ? " s r i n b Â« Â« t h easier know that a few of the more r liable men who have had years diamond experience, such as Eddie die s two safe- ^^"".ju,^ w i n ,,e t a k e n run , *TM ^ ^ , f f o w h y ,, js , n , AsrA . Abe Pfeil at short Lew Bruni a i c c led the Onlzers with ; second, and Bob Yates ;,t first, The b u l k y and h u s t l t h e Josers ^ "--^"--'^ ^ c V t c h . ! K r a n k i , N V K C in he f u , t f i d the sec-,'"-, reg.ina. e n blasted in four t a l - i , rt the f o u r t h , | ' Â·, Â» ; fifth and seventh i n n i cross the Shambo, M. u n t i l the seventh. ^ , T*,',. Hooters beat Bob's Lahutls, e. r at Sixteenth Madura, rf. 3. Perkins, rf A. Perkins, ss. Kemp, 2h. Campbell, cf. T. Perkins, 3b. n. .,.,,. C. T. Perkins, 3 H o i s t e r s S w a n s o n , tt Pfeil. ss. Reed, cf. at i Bruni, 2b. Jone,, c. p. Hills, P.