Percival Baseball Pitcher 17 June 1948

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Percival Baseball Pitcher 17 June 1948 - Wymore Dedicates Lights; Trim Pawnee City 15 To...
Wymore Dedicates Lights; Trim Pawnee City 15 To 1 •SCOREBOARD 13 1 Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston ........ 201 000 400—7 Cleveland .... 000 010 021— -4 Dobson, Ferris i9i and Tebetts: Feller. Gromek (S) and Hcgan, Tipton i 9 i . New York .... 200 100 000-3 Chicago ........ 000 001 000—1 Reynolds and Berra; Moulder, Grove iSI and Robinson. i 11 innings t Pi-.iladelph 000 000 100 00—1 5 1 " (The Sun's Own Service) WYMORE, June 17. — Everv- thing went right down the line ' according to schedule here last ! night in the opening game of the baseball season. The new lights at Arbor State park were dedicated. The 150.000 watt light plant 7 i| did an excellent job of lighting 'the field. And the local American Legion Legion baseball team pleased the 0 j home fans by pounding out a 15 2 I to 1 win over Pawnee City. Opening ceremonies consisted of speeches by Mayor Heusman, Chamber of Commerce President Detroit Brissie and Rosar; Houtteman and Swift. \Vacner ilO'. Washington 003 000 020 — 5 9 2 St. Louis .. . 200 001 03x—6 11 2 Haefner. Scarborough iSi and Early. Evans 31, Vvuimar i9) and Partee. Bob Jones and Legion Commond- 000 000 001 01-2 6 1 ' er Roy Tuttle in addition to music by the Wymore band. Wymore pounded out a 16 hit attack and tallied two runs >n the second, third. fourth and sixth and the other seven in -A I ; ' if»t. P.- Trinkle Moss NATIONAL LEAGUE ChU-asro 310 030 Ooi--S 12 0 Boston .. . CV.iO 200 000-5 S 3 McCitli. Kush it> and Schof- fir.£r: Voi.seiie. Barrett ill, Hogue i •>' Shijiin >9i and Masi. Pitt.:h'..ri;h 103 002 320-11 12 1 N.--.V Yc.rk .. 100 030 010— o 6 4 an'! Fitzireral.i; Poat, i 3 i. Lf-e i 7 i. Jones i Si and Livingston. Louis at Philadelphia, post- rain. ion HOO 020 -3 2 1 110 010 001--4 8 1 Peterson <S) and Lamar.no; Branca and Hodgvs. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 6. St. Paul 3. Toledo 1. Milwaukee 7. i Oji'.y gam-^s scheduled*. WESTERN* LEAGUE Denver 20. Omaha 16. Lincoln ?,. Sioux City 2. Des Moines 3. Pueblo 1. Sanford. Bis- big fifth innins. The lone Pawnee run came in the fifth. Bundel, pitching the entirt route, chucked a two hit ball game. The man had entirely too much on the ball for the Pawnee team when he struck cut 17 men. Parker and Percival shared the mound duties for Pawnee. The box score: Pawnee lit ab Hart, ts 4 Stevens, cf 4 Smutz, 3b 4 Goldberry Ib 3 Gold. If' '.'..'.'.'.'.'.3 Bartrarn. 2b ;-; Richard.son. rf Hatfield. c Parker, p Percival, p .3 ..3 *> ..1 Totals 30 Wymore 115) ab MePhorson, If 4 Huntington, sa 5 Malisky". cf 6 Fentimare, c 5 Rees, rf 4 Crome. rf 2 Rietnan, Ib Roberts, Ib Weaver, 2b Hartzell, 3b Larson, 3b Bundel, p 4 1 5 2 1 3 Totals Wymore Pawnee 42 15 16 ..022 272 OOx—15 16 ..000 010 000— 1 2 JUST THAT USED MUSCLES = HASN'T USED IN YEARS h 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

Clipped from Beatrice Daily Sun17 Jun 1948, ThuPage 10

Beatrice Daily Sun (Beatrice, Nebraska)17 Jun 1948, ThuPage 10
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