Edenborn Baseball

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Edenborn Baseball - HOW EDENBORN W IN FIRST TRIUMPH BY 2-0 MARGIN i...
HOW EDENBORN W IN FIRST TRIUMPH BY 2-0 MARGIN i | i of ! Rain Halts Snappy Clash v In Fifth; Ferchak In Mound Duel. : Mrs.| is ...... , . ,. . , . Y?J^« l! Wlth f a i r weather expec - ted Eden ~ butjJjoni^C has hopes of evening I ; of j I Van Section One Prick league series at one-all this afternoon against Edenborn Edenborn \V in the second meeting between between the two clubs. The tussle will take place at Edenborn with colored boys as the home aggregation. aggregation. Yesterday the opening game of the best out of five game series was! halted at the end of the fifth to rain. As Edenborn W was lead- ing at the time on the long end of a 2-0 count, the series now stands at 1 to 0, favor of the Whites. : Winner of the Section One title: will battle the Section Two victor i j for the league championship. 1 Edenborn W, first hali winner in d Section One, forged to the front i the first inning yesterday w h e n e w ! Hrezo singled and scored following sacrifice and an error. The o n e 0 f the | marker was sufficient for the i but the Whites came through \vith-i or saw ; another tally in the second frame. end 01 Two ! Errors Help Victor ! to trie were retired in the second! " * her) Haas smg i e d and scored w h e n and and 59 Haas started at the crack of «t against the leather and was 2 third whn Albright made 18th green, ^bright dropped chose a well same cbol-| n ,_ that of Mrs. ^ error the bot- Lefty jvrchak was the victor duel with Don Bennett the* Of the witnessed m! i ng lW Lrler Ferchak permitted i whom i the big pot of gold, only Jimmy shot of j born W was able to secure bat! the'leagues in home runs with-32, to aid the victor turn in the'fifth to-1 9.0 triumph ! Centerfielder Roger f Tod a v - s clash is scheduled to start born w was aWe to same as forl a f e t i e s from Bennett at 5 o'clock unles rain hampers playing conditions. EDENBORN again' Mar: C.: AB R H PO A E i Walton, lf-2b _ _ _ _ j Fairfax, rf _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ! Smith, 3 b _ _ _ _ _ jBoyd, s s _ _ _ _ _ _ ! Moore, "20 ________ 2 0 0 : Anderson, cf-lf ___ 2 0 1 | Albright, 2 b _ _ _ _ JTumblin, c f _ _ _ _ _ 1 Ford, Ib _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Furniture I n:BenneU ' P l ° ° Totals 16 0 3 15 5 3 i EDENBORN W.: AB R H PO ! 0 0 0 °! double\ 9 j o Q i 0 o I 0 2 0 0 0 ° 1 °! yesterday! Tokish. cf 2 S Hrezo, 2b 3 Cohen' Holonick, rs 2 i Tate, c 3 3b mushball gamojshenal Ib 2 overcome anlGotch. rf 2 tri-lHaas. If 2 de-i 14 to 12. George | Ferchak, p _' 1 Totals . 1 9 2 4 15 000 liga-· Edenborn W 110 in thisj Edenborn C l i f y o _ : T7-J TM»^l^^*.-» Ttr I Two-base hit--Anderson. Double: Q 3 o 00--0. 00--2 PO A 3 I play--Holonick to Shenal to E' First base on balls--Off Bovd 3. ! I Ferchak 2. Struck out-By'Boyd ·*· ! . __ _ * ,,. -_.-- . _-. . ' *-V* rk A *-vi rt^irtnv^r- by Ferchak 6. Umpire. 5 Bartock. -Kegg and

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  1. The Evening Standard,
  2. 20 Aug 1936, Thu,
  3. Page 10

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