19490620 The Berkshire County Eagle (Pittsfield, Massachusetts) Wednesday, June 20, 1949 p11 CLIP

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The Berkshire E-vrninR Eagle Monda» June 20 7 9 1 9 -- Pittsfield Beats Quebec 3-0 and Then Loses to Braves 8-1 and 4-0 Masuga Hurls Three-Hitter For Only Victory on Trip Manager Hasson Sits It Out as Indians Drop Five Out of Six Games in Canada--Rome Here Tomorrow Night B^ JOHN M. FLVNN Spoils Editor of The Eagle The Indians lost two out of thzee games with the Bia\es at Quebec over the week end, making the tup jut closed one of the most disastious they ever have taken to Canada Pittsfield diopped all three games placed at Three Rners and lost two out of thiee at Quebec. That meant five losses in Six games across the border. m - - ' Masuga Snaps Losing Streak 2 Strike nuts Dopkins 1 DanelJshen 1 As Pittsfield bowed to Thiee Freeman 3 Hits oR Dopkins I In - in nlnjfs Dinelishen 0 in _ Hit b pitcher br Dopkins (Freem-nil Freeman (Shetler) Wild pitch Freeman Minnmc pilcbei Dopklna Umpire Paske and Kardas Time Jh l l m T£i\erj, here Monday night the three looses to the Royals in Canada Canada meant that they dropped lour contest^ m a TJVI before John Masuga blanked Quebec Saturday night The Indians promptly started started a new' losing streak by falling 8-1 m the first game of a doubleheader doubleheader yesterday afternoon and 4-0 in the second The Indians have no game slated for today as thev will be on their wa back to this city Rome will pla here tomonovv and Wednes- dav nignts at 8 Pittsfield w i l l br at Scnenectadv Tnursdav and Fi dav night and mil take on Closer ville m a s ngle conte t h c i e Sat- tirdav night and a double header Sunda afternoon Should H»\e Cut Squad At Wahconah Park Monday night I asked Paul A Tamburello, president of the Indians, when Hasson Hasson w'ould get back into action He said that because of the difficulty in getting down to 17 players Gene might not plaj until after the club came back f r o m Canada I suggested suggested that an outfielder or pitcher be cut loose and Gene swing into ac- Tebbetts Leads Catchers in Poll For All-Stai Game C H I C A G O i U P ) -- Geoig" ( B i r d i e ) T-bbolts Boston Red Si\ v e t e i a n leaped f i o m Hi rd | (o ni t place im ing the Amei I tin L- igue s citthers n t h e All- Stai naseball poll lodav Th Hiest talk of ballots gave Tel hetts ilj29o v o t e s S464 moie t h a n Lai r\ (Yog Bena of the New 'iork \ a n k e e = p r e v i o u s le-irkr at the position Jim He gan of thr- Cleveland Indians was t h u d w i t h 101102 Ted Williams Red Sox outfield outfield 0 ! m a i n t a i n e d his position as the p o l l s highest i n d i v i d u a l \of collect"! w i t h 153 90S Jacku 1 R o b - s o n B r o i k h n Doclgei sec end baseman is second w i t h 141 664 664 ote Quebec 4, Pittsficld 0 Ralph Wrldet pitched a pietty good game in the t w i l i g h t t i l t vet, terday afternoon but J o h n n j Nan steel another port'ider held the Indrans to two hiU and blanked them 4 0 in the seven inning contest contest The Braves tallied once in the second inning and three times- in the f o u r t h Mike Fandoz^i batted in t h i e e r u n s m this encountei The -core Second Gime tion at once I also w a r n e d that he did not plaj in Canada ttie team might get so fai behind the I a n s iQ U e b c , would not care w h e t h e r or not thev returned from across the bor der Afte- the Indians dropped three games at Three R i v e r s Paul telephoned Gere ard instructed him to p a at Quebec For some t ffnTe reason or other Hasson remained out of the line up His chief value to the Indians is as a plaer Pos- Kail t Noble rf Castro cf Hutson If Staton 3b Prentice ss Clllton Ik HosKms o Milder B Koslntkl "h Palmisiano ef Elko rf Shetler Ib Liming Ir Fandoz/i tb Alltop e Hamel si Xansteel p Galipeau e HTTbriELD n b ' h po t II U ii n i n n i i « ft l i o l ft 1 i o l 2 ft ft !» 2 0 1 1 2 « n ft Protest Filed By Pittsfield Club Upheld Contest of June 1 At GI To Be A l b e i t E H o u g h t o n of Schenec pi e s i d e n t c f t h e Cana- t a d v QLEBEC ab 1 h no a e 1 3 1 0 ft 1 0 (I J 0 0 (1 0 S II I) ' " n o l · o » n i oio Runs b a t t e d T»o hue hit Elko Fanilozzi Doublr il lo Kosmiki W i l d e r lo Prrntlcr lo Cllf Ion Slaton to Kail to Clifton Boscs 01 hall? oM M i l d e r 1 Nansltel Wilder t Namtrc! Balk W i l d r r Lmplre«i Kardis and Paske Attendance 19 ~ siblv the club would have lost just as m a n j games if he had oeen at fitat ba=e but I do not think so The team now has Jropped four more games than it has won Piltsfield fans do not demand a pennant winner but they Want a club that is up in the race and husUinf? A f a r m club must try out man y o u n g plavers but surely the Cleveland management could not object to one veteran player being usea at f u s t base Pittsfield fan^ are inteiested in seeing a club that can give stiff battle to the opposition opposition and bv this late in the season there should be little ex perrmenting Quebec 8, Pittsfield 1 Pittsfield was t r a i l i n g 21 as- Quebec w e n t to bat m the e i g h t h inning of the first game of the double header jester day afternoon and w i t h two men away and the bases loaded Lours Palmisiano former Pittsfield player now w i t h Quebec singled to score two men The Braves made four more runs rn that inning and took the game 8 1 Although the Ind'ans had no contest scheduled for today and there must have been some pitch er who could have stood a little more work, Manager Hasson kept Pittsfield 3, Quebec 0 John Masuga r i g h t handei al The score Ken Freeman on the mound to the end Quebec made 11 hits off Freeman Freeman and five of them came in that big e ghth inning Pittsfield pushed over a run in iJnwer r't their half of the seventh inning.»·«"" " and when John Dopkins got in difficulty difficulty m the eighth Manager Frank McCornnck derncked him and sent to the peak Alex Danelishen Danelishen who had hurled agfunst the Indiana Satuiday nrght Dopkins lowed onlv three hits a double and t w o singles as the Indians, blanked the Braves 3 0 Saturday night before before 2676 cash customers Man ager Hasson s men pushed ovei one run in the fourth ind two in the f i f t h Johnnv Kail Bob Pi entice and Chuck Huwer each batted in one r u n Johnnv Cabtio was the onlv In dian to get moi" t h a n one i it he h a v i n g a pair of singles but each Indian w i t h the exception of Bud Hutson h i t safeh Bob Stiton came t h i o u g h w i t h a tuple Kail and Pi entice each belted a double Masuga fanned four and passed five Each team made t w o double plays- Alex Danelishen on f h e peak f o r , Quebec, f a n n e d eight and passed| three i With two avvav in t h » f o u i t h in nmg Staton tnpled 10 center and scored on P r e n t i c e s single In the fifth Bob Hunter singled and went to second on a sacrifice by Masuga Kail doubled to score Huntei Chuck H u w e r s single sent Kail PCIOSS the pla e In the fitst seven innings Quebec made just one hit off Masugi The Braves added one hit in the eighth and one in the ninth d i a n American League has u p n e l d the p i o t e filed bv P i t t s f i e l d m cornec ion w i t h a game held at o 2 is 9 2 G l o v e i s v i l l e June 1 and has o i d e i e d the c o n t e s t r e p l a v e d fiom t h e point of the disputed action as part of a double header at Glovers v i l l e \ug 12 W i t h one d o w n n t h » f u s t in n ng P i t t s f i e l d vva leading 3 0 Sacka of G l o v e i s v i l l e was on f u s t ba o and C u l l m i n e on second Tol son h i t a slo i oiler t o v v a t d the hole bet veen fn t and second Al Jones P i t t s f i e l d f u s t basemin fielded t h e ball on the edge of the g t a t u r n e d tow a i d second base to t h i o v v foi the f o i c e hut f nd ng it t o o l i t e t i n n e d a n d t a n t o w n d f i t b t ' n a 1 1 v i n t o v ng to p i t c h e i Cleo L e w i i g h t c o v e r i n g f i r t h i e T h e t h r o w VV-LS w i l d ind t h e b i l l l i t t h e ( o n c i e t e s t e p of the P tt field d u g o u t b o u n d i n g t o w a r d t h e i n f i e i d A t this p o i n t Cullmane h a d sioie-d Sacka had p u l e d up to t h u d and Tol on was safe at f i i s t ToNon vv i c i e d i t e d w i t h a hit bj the o f f i c i a l scoier U m p i i » Paske w a v e d Sacka home and Tolson to second base shetlrr F-inrloz ttlld niton U i l d f r The Referee's Sporting Chat By JOHN M. FLYNN The S v i a c u e O n i v e i s i t v foot b i l l t e i m v v II p l i v t h i c p nigh game? in A c h b i d S t i d i u m t h i \ e a i ^^ Syracuse L n \ e i \ - l i v u i v spoils t e i m w o n ·, mtest w h i l e los ng 01 K 49 and v m r t two dui ing the 194S 49 schocl e u but the f o o t b a l l e l e v m hid onlv one v i c t o i v agi nst eight losses ind the baseball team six w i n igimst n i n e defeat The b a s k e t b i l l q u i n t e t l o w e v e i won 18 gimc« and lost onH s e v c i T h e lacios«e combine took 14 out of 15 t Its Uib w i l l p n t e i t i m \ V p f l n e s d a v i lit it t h e i Pcmloosuc L i k e cot Aces Triumph At Philmont T n o p i d i t t e m H n c e S i l u t c i i v v a o n l v 6jl i t h o u g h B l d v c " e l d is cipible of s e a t i n g 40 000 Of t iiu e Pi sf eld p l i v e d some of s home games befoie about 75 Tylei ins Still t h i s cit w a s l e p i o cnted bv a Ii ge number of spec t a t o r s at the Hub Cit League Team Register 1 ' Seventh Straight Victory Dul You Know That-- PHILMONT N" -- T h e Aces B-i nit of P i t t s f elrl Mass, scored t h e n s e v e n t h s t i a i g h t v i e t o r / b belt n? lh» Ph I m o n t Aces 14 6 befoi n a laige c i o w d heie yes- t e i d a y af let noon Bob Tone paced the winners' 22 _ h i t offensive w i t h a double thiee The skill of the p l a e r m-iy k e r p U ) , Cs a n d f u e , u n s h a | t o d |n t h e polo ball h o p p i n g a r o u n d t h e Robmson of t h e l o s c l s h l t , h e held b i t moncv p u t it t h c i c in 1h ~ j f i i s t pU"e d e c l i n e s t h f T u h E r«t Totirnr,, This \\epk qu re magazine a r t i c l e The b p o t t t T. 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By JOE REICHLEB Associated Press Sports Wrilcr Bob I d l e r s up to h s old t u c k ic,tim engaging n h s favorite I ast mo of m ik ng the baseball ex t ei ts c it t h e n wo Is It w i s o n l y i couf e of days ago l i n t I h p expc ts p i p d i c t e d for the u r n p l y u m p t h l i m e t h a t t h e erst w h i l e gr( it C i e v p l a n d pitchei was t h r o u g h -- f i n i s h e d a.s a vv nnmg h u i l " i And is he did on all previous previous o c i i s i o n s t b p 30 ve H old l i g h t h a n d e r Ins p r o v e d them vv r ng HP sdllpd I h p m vesterday w i t h a b n l l i int. 11 i n n i n g p i t c h ng ppr f c i r r n n ( a s t h p I n d i i n s d e f e a t e d thp N°vv Y o i k " V i n k o p s 4 2 FollPt illovvcd six h ts only one in the 1 isl seven i n n i n g f o i l lines just e i g h t d i s igo J u n e 11 the Y a i 1 ces handed him t h " most liurnin i t i n g defeat o f h s i d i p p i s h p l l i n g h i m f i o m t h e | m iiind in t h e f i st i n n ng ] i n 47 2 7 J i 1 ) I) 0 cxh i be in orrici S a t u i d i and Mil i n 1- v i Geoige M Hisei i t h i i m i n t th" ' t o u i n a m e n o m m i t t e e \\s\ 11 L i " I P ei bane B e r k s h i e H i l l p i o w i l l look H P hiL.hr 1 t s c h i l i s i c a f t o r v a n o u s deta k of the tou nev Harness Meet Opens Tonight The 60 n gh h i i n e s mee i n g | m a d e q u i t e a conlnst to some or i 1 so i f thp D iv 1 1 1 i N t h I ,, i r i · i v i t i p v e h s i v i i r l foi it I t n i ,, IM H i l l u o j c t s foi t h e v t a i H s a v e i P vv is S84 ppr CPU! 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G , ln ] ti ci t v eoks ' h o m e J u l v 11 23 hit Freeman and made a bad throw to second on K a i l s b u n t Danelishen Danelishen then took Dopkins place on the peak Alex fanned Frank Noble Castro flied out Hutson walked but Staton hit into a force plav. Pepped up by getting out of that hole the Biaves went on 'o clinch the game rn their half of the e'ghth Tr-i score Fir it G«me PITTSFIELD ab K»ll -b Noklt rf . 4 Casiro rf 1 Hntscn ir 1 Mat on 3b 4 0 I A Prr-ntler qii 4 0 1 1 Clifton Ib 1 » I 4 Huntrr c 1 ft II 2 Freeman p 1 ft n 0 Ho*lclni c 3 n ft I ·Hliwrr 0 * 0 0 b po II 1 0 1 2 I I 5 QUIBEC SI 1 · 34 Kom.ki ib Pnlmltiano ef llko rf ·thetler Ib Lawinc )( Hamel « Oook ns ·b T b po 4 t 2 4 4 1 1 4 1 Kail "b Ca-lro cf Stalon )b PITTSHELD ab r h po a e. 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PHneliiihen ,,,, ,,,,,, on'-ii t n o locals and g a v e up the o n l v h i t ODD KX loo--i, \1 Kirchner finished the contest on the hill for Hinsdale a.nd pitched no hit ba'l Hrosdale collected eight h i t s off Jack Cisej w h o w e n t the route on the lull for Cummington Five errors errors and eight walks also helped G l o v e i s v i l l e scoied t w o r u n s in the i h i l f of the first i n n i n g and v v e i t on to w i n 10 S Housatonic Takes Legion Contest 84 HObSATONIC--With Ike Haw v e r issu ng but foui h i t s Coach Eddie V i g e a n t s Housatonic Legion Tumors defeated the Sheffield Jun ors 84 vesleulav a f t e r n o o n TV ^ o n l f s t was p l i v e d on the Ris ng- dale diimonr' b e f o r e a good sized c i o w d a n d e v e n e d m a t t e i s hetvven the two teams as Sheffield pil ished iff t h e locals two weeks ago it Shcff p d in a f i e p h i t t i n g affair That loss was the onlv setback for H o u s a t o n i c Coich Jim W a l e s bojs got mio iction e-ailv sending two runners over tho plite in the first i n n i n g Bv thp end 01 the second the home club out front But Shelf eld w e n t ?head in its half of the third H o w e v e r thej rested on that as t i e lome juniors coasted along for the v i n Jol nnv Stupak catcher for the [ c o n t r a c t to i N i s h v Me n 1936 Lee Italians Belt Little Devils 10-2 I FE -- Thp ^01 of I t a v p I he i l _ l h n v P s k r r i i v \v Ui 06 m^et iPcoixl p u t t i n g th» s i t o t I 1 n c p i v PIIs Nine \\ins Stitp T i t l e Thp p t field H gh ScU il bi e bill p l r v e i real'v hid i t v v n c n t h e D e v i l s n f c h i p s \ eie now n ind t h e v de i T n e t, on eated B r o c k t o n H gh 3 0 it Bnves F eld Bo ton for the it» c iim pion h i p Coach A i t Fox s learn vv is not s,, n TM f i p d h u i l u i n v m c i D l e in the N o i t h e n Berk s h u e League but w h e n t c a m e to "cote games foi titles Pi t s f i e l d let n o t h i n g to oe de led Lee High i p was t u r n e d back once in the W e s t e m Massachusetts t o u r n e v b Pittsfield a n d in t w o s t i ight games for the c o u n t v c h a m p on s h i p cd in 10 ,, v t o i v -v -r the L t i e i n g f eld f i led n C O I P i tl ·· fu t t v o nn ng b i i l l u n c i c h o f thp f i l l v rg t i - i m e Ic 11 k ng ip 11 ts I* t h - » t i Racing \ r \ \ ^ i G P K N 1 K 'SV= 90 v n t i p Uasellp S t i l t s it ^que. du t Ja^s Bih w a s ^e ind i ic" \d IP t h u d P H T s D t PGII TlR N e v \ T I C i! s t n i l ' i B hbv Ho man t o M m eapo i to i ike i ion i d i » II lu n n n n i tc n a t u d M e x i c i n I i^iip- i i in PONTOOSOC SERVICE STATION OPEN FOR BUSINESS LXDER NEW MANAGEMENT Open from 8 AM to 11 PM Minor Repairs and Motor Tune Lps ROAD SERVICE TEL. 2-7948 St,ns In the l o i i iimei t ^in PS Coich Fnx used h i p p ) i t c h e i Bobbv M t u i a v h i l l e d t o t h e S O w i n ovei Lee at Lee Al G o e i l i h noil Chn Ion 3 1 at H ) l v o k e and B iho Qua d i o ^ z i t u i n p - d nack L i t h e r t il H gh of Spungf eld 7 3 lo rop the U e s t t i t l e Quariiozzi ^ n m e n t em Masaid ' leceived t h ° Satuiday ind he i 1st fied the con fidence placed in him nv the coach Bobo was s u e r b and he r e c e v e d fine support The bovs v v e i e pla 1 l i t t l e Dei N ib jo a ab po a ter · -i ± 0 4 se k s 0 4 1 T G rolo c i f l " l Q i c j 0 Pi t i n rf · 0 1 C C i t f 4 3 0 S m 77 2 0 0 1 0 L i 1 R ' f c r 3 i · 4 He rv rf 4 I " " i o o ? l 0 0 O T ^e c ^ i 0 T d l a t " i . 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