19480416 The Oil City Derrick (Oil City, Pennsylvania) Friday, April 16, 1948 p12 CLIP

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19480416 The Oil City Derrick (Oil City, Pennsylvania) Friday, April 16, 1948 p12 CLIP - THE OIL CITY, (PA.) DERRICK, fRIDAY MORNING....
THE OIL CITY, (PA.) DERRICK, fRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 16, 1948 Will Become Head Head PIRATES DOWN CHISOX; GIANTS BLANK INDIANS Kansas City, Mo., April 15.--(IP)-The 15.--(IP)-The Chicago Whitesox ended their exhibition season on the road today, today, losing to the Pittsburgh Pirates 9 to 5. It was Chicago's 23rd loss in o5 pre-season games. The Whitesox were bhut out until the eighth i n n i n g when thp.y bunched three j h i t s to produce f o u r runs. i The Pirates nicked Fred Bradley Bradley for f i v e r u n s in the first two n g 3 r picked on Earl Caldwell t h e i r | r t w o and topped it off with two with a ' o f f Alex Danelishen. NL 320 020 020-9 15 0 ..000 000 Oil--5 10 0 Gregg, .Ostcrmueller ( 4 ) , Main (9) and Fitzgerald; Bradley, Caldwell Caldwell ( 2 ) ; Danelishen (8) and Tresh. Big State y h e B r o w n s z ; Cole- | all ·· Evansville, Ind., April 15.--(fP)-- Rookie Sheldon Jones bested Bob Feller in a pitching duel today and 3; the New York Giants shut out the i Cleveland Indians, 2 to 0, to even their cross country series at seven- Clarion VFW Baseball Officials 9 2 I I base on balls, outfield flies. The Giants scored all their runs I off Feller in the first inning on a single and two rookie 22 B. successor In the 'picture are three officials of the newly organized baseball club of the Parker D. Cramer post 2145, Veterans of Foreign Wars of Clarion, as they were engaged in working out their schedule for the 1948 season. From l e f t to right are Henry Fagley, the n e w l y chosen manager of the clu'b; Glenn Buzzard, business manager aTd James L. Hess, athletic director director of the organization. The new club was accepted as a mem'ber of the county league at a meeting h e l d in Sligo early this week, when Director Hess was chosen a m e m b e r of the county advisory board. The first game will be played ty the local club May 17. The competition has not as yet been named. SIX TOP FLIGHT PLAYERS WILL MISS OPENERS f i r s t Joney did an impressive job of j outpitching Feller, y i e l d i n g only two hits in the f i r s t seven innings while rapid P^obert walked three and gave up f o u r hits. Cleveland (A) ...000 OOD 000--0 4 0 New York ( N ) '. .200 000 OOx--2 4 0 Feller, Kusava (8) and T i p t o n ; Jones and Cooper. Cranberry Trims Rockland 9, 7-0 Behind the e f f e c t i v e four-hit hu :ling of S t u c k . Cranberry trimmed Rockland, 7-0, in a baseball baseball game played yesterday on the loser's home diamond. Bowling Banquet Is Held by U.N.G. Last evening in the Club House sixty employees of the United Natural Natural Ga^ company attended a dinner dinner party marking the conclusion of the 26th consecutive season of By JOE KEICHLER New York, - April 15 -- UP)-Major UP)-Major league managers, alarmed over the recent waves of i n j u to key players, today were anxiously counting the days before the official official opening of the season. It can't start soon enough to please them. At least six top flight performers appear certain to be among the missing: from the starting lineups when the National and American leagues get under way next Monday Monday and Tuesday. The i n j u r y jinx has favorites. It has hie the high and the low alike. Both the New Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers, last year's world series rivals, will make their 1948 bows minus their No. 1 catcher, Larry (Yogi) Berra, who was expected to handle t h e catching on opening day in Washington Monday, instead will be s i t t i n sidelines with a split hand. He injured, his mitt w h i l e attempting catch a. foul ball in an exhibition game early this week. Gus Niarhos, young h o p e f u l f r o m will do the honors instead. The Dodgers' world series catcher, catcher, Bruce Edwards, also will see opener from, a cozy spot on the bench. A constant sore arm t h r e a t e n s the sturdy immediate f u t u r e . He will be replaced by young Gil Hodges, the National league champions invade the polo Grounds for the ta-in-raLser on Tuesday. a

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