Edenborn_Smock_Baseball 02 Sept 1936

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02 Sept 1936 - CLUB ATEN, 9 TO 4 IN FINAL CLASH go \ team a At...
CLUB ATEN, 9 TO 4 IN FINAL CLASH go \ team a At Cleveland. i The orchids go to Manager Ray i Hilien and his Smock baseball team ; today. Yesterday with Lefty Dembowski on the mound the Smock nine vanquished vanquished Edenborn, 9 to 3. to score third and the most necessary victory in the Frick league playoff series. With the triumph came the 1936 championship of the Frick circuit, the second time in two years that [ it has been won by Hillen's club. . j Smock is now making prepara- to participate in the National ! Federation Baseball Tournament | eliminations which will be held in Cleveland starting on September 11. To 1 -AVin Three Straight , The champion showed its mettle j in the 1936 series. Edenboni won i to .the opening game by an 8-3 count Sec- ; with Dembowski in the box for I Smock. Since that opening loss, o f ! Smock found its proper form i ran through three consecutive games with victory spurring it as! to 'new heights. j Yesterday's tussle was the heav- o'clock, j iest hitting encounter of the hits! Smock scored two runs in each of first three innings to give Dem- and bowski a sizable lead. The inning scores were sufficient to whip Edenborn. But Smock made the at j game safe by crossing the platter on! for three more runs in the game i Lefty Ferchak started on the j mound for Edenborn and twirled hit three" innings before being by Me-! by Joe Savanik. The latter n _ M boys; hurled three frames and made 130Slon when j for Paul Savanik who finished tussle. plate. when additional to A couple of former Dunbar town- ship high school athletes provided thrilling fielding features. Johnny Landymore at second base handled eight difficult chances with only one error while Skeets Skonezney gave the crowd a thriir.with his sensa- tional handling of Kino's hard-hit \ ball. ' the the! With the exception of Dembowski at in Campbell. Wil- every member of the Smock club secured at least one hit. Sager, the husky left fielder, was the hitting star of the encounter, securing resounding doubles and a single of five trips to the plate. Snoddv! _ , , - / % - , » rounded second | »embovrski On Mound with i Dembowski -held Edenborn in I | check until the seventh inning ' " two runs crossed the plate. Holo-J L -\y nich singled to right and went ional Hhird while Kino took second t - - . n ! , . - - j ,_ Holonich ssed score Kino, mo-: Two more rims were counted 0 " 1 }*- was; Edenborn in the eighth which Pres-'Klare. Ib 4 to make Toner, c _ _ 4 - 1 1 - - - - * first-year lone mark- 1 2 14 0 0[ ^.^.^ __________ . . 3 0 · Dembowski, p ____ 3 0 0 0 _ . , lotals 9 13 27 17 3 Haley sin-. w ^ h ^j^^pj oa n_B - \j po -rf ' George missed j EDENBORN: AB R Isederka. cf 1 0 0 0 0 the heavy jTokish. cf 3 0 0 3 popping up the Hrezo. 2b 3 1 1 2 Ed Haley Holonich, ss 3 2 ~ ~ player to get more; Kino - 3D | ~r \ Horwat. c 3 PO A Elg otch -.. rf J 0 01 *TM^\i ,, ------- 3 p ----- 1 Q P. Savanik, p ----- 2 ^ Totals ___! ____ 33 0 0 2 0! O -J si 0 4 9 27 12 6 0 1 Smock ___________ 222 Edenborn ________ 000 000 000 012--9 220--4 _ j Two-base hits--Kino. Haas. Sager 4 7 s ' 2 - Sn , enaL Three-base hits--Haas, PO A EJ^hak T. off Dembowski '-iVches^J.'sTvanikV Dembowski. _ n i l , oy Dembowski 3. Losing -0 o5r F «r chak - Umpires-Kcgg and

Clipped from The Evening Standard02 Sep 1936, WedPage 8

The Evening Standard (Uniontown, Pennsylvania)02 Sep 1936, WedPage 8
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