19490622 The Evening Tribune (Hornell, New York) Wednesday, June 22, 1949 p12 CLIP

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19490622 The Evening Tribune (Hornell, New York) Wednesday, June 22, 1949 p12 CLIP - 12-THE EVENING TRIBUNE. Hosox on Road Trip,...
12-THE EVENING TRIBUNE. Hosox on Road Trip, Meeting Cards, Shelve Gene Haering \BA Jfwiryim* Chicago. June 22 -- -P 1 -Jersey -Jersey Joe Waloott. fighting ::»-ear-old father of iix children, children, ami ttiard Charles, a bcf'.iii? bacheUT. battle for t:ie v,ur!d heavy*eight boxing t:: '.NBA \erion' at Coni- ickt-y Park tonight 9:30 P. M. t · in then of who AiHKher touh iiHir day road tr;p - fac** Manager Mariu* Kuso a-.d hi* down-triddeii Red S«« begin- . ning tonight as they ride a five streak into Bradford A week ago the Sox iwvtxl inu Hamilton to oj«=ii a icur-da o- iourn ami they .-piit *i'.h the t'ajd* and IOM twin. 1 *- to JiHicU'¥,n i.i a : marathon doubU'J-.essrr. i = ^ Hosox returned to Mapie C:ty Psrk Sunday Sunday to bow asain to Haaiilton and then drop the iifiis traigia to Bradford Monday i'\«-r.in^. The current road trip ^ivc* Hornell Hornell two £a::-es -i Braiii-.-rd and ihen a pair a£a!:;t Hair.ilton tri- day and SaturUay iiisiiH?. I'i'.ej, travel back s?ur.«sy so lake o:: thv V _ l l f « U Olll'l"! I K / L l . Lat night's casne with the league-lcatlissi F!n! was rained out after Emi! Carlini had homered with two sway in the first inning. The chunky 'riv.ls risht fielder duplicated hi-s feat of the previous night when he put the Phils out in front -wi;h a homer and t'.vo clo-.vn in the first frame. Willie Eustice made the best tart posjibie aaainii the f;rit t'«vo f% · T* · 1 batters la*t night, fanning them IjpraZiailO t IHlSllCS both. He'll probably get the as- ^,, . -, _ signmeni again tonight. UailS 111 CK^COllCl Hornell got nothing but bad W ilminzton Del June ^Z--^-- news yesterday _wi.h a diagnoMs Rx ^T^o e^wliSJrt hta «-'t»* that Gene Haenns T! * e , n """"|* turn to the rin? last night by tj)« ' Ti:e crowd. !:ke the choice of fighters. va« a take-Yuur-pii-k pruposiiion with around 25.000 the best gue«s. The weather- cool weather to perk up gener- si admission s*les It -Mas exactly 12 years ago tonight in Comiskey Park that Louis sledge-hammered the heavyweight crown off the scarred brow of James J. Braddock. Braddock. Louis retired as undefeated undefeated champion last March. \ " :-, and The a · ih* the Wilmington. Del.. June " . . . ,- . ., ,,,,,, ,,.,. ..ttino Quickly belting out Bobby clouting first:taseinan.*a .«;t ing veleren B . jffalo N y cam p ai g ner .: York !nrt Till he .helved for at leasi Graziano - recently reinstated in ware thrw week* " Bob Mather who the ^ ood ? races of boxing, floored: plaved the fir*t sack"for most of c j au , s for »i« count in 46 seeonds : ed and K - of the second round. The former \\nite of Hornell. Ine show ri'vVis in the '"Jddleweiaht champion from New York weighed 159 3-4 while scaled 149 for the scheduled 10 The second place Jamestown round »»»*· r . jrlUlS Lead Falcons move to Hamilton for a doubleheader with the Cardinals, who trail them by half a game. In last night's only game, the' AIfl f c . 1 ? " AInl ° nd J 5 hi ? h * fixing team tnat Batavia Clippers clipped the Wells-; Daseoail teair ville Nitros. 3-3. A single by Ba-f ln f ; rlb " ne "«!f oa .!! "·*"'· wlll; tip tavia's Red Faragher in the eighth l /* e ° nnx t I*TM °° Se ** : S«wyert Fightin i«nin e rtrovP in two runs includine- Sre? ? tlon at . 6:3 ° P; m - tomorrow-fin. VS Well«iville ^ Hair \In-ond- h'ah flvi, le ' tV m ?«rfl f TU t- 8 team team iMrtersof The Eve- League, will tip inning drove in two runs, including^" gher scored on an error. Eli; Russo smacked a home run for; the Nitros in the sixth with nobody nobody on. · Rain washed out the Lockport: Reds vs. the Oilers at Olean and; the Bradford Phillies vs. the Red| Sox at Hornell. i Tonight's schedule: Batavia at r Olean, Hornell at Bradford. Wellsville Wellsville at Lockport, Jamestown at Hamilton i.2. Last night's line score: \VellsvUle . 002 001 000--3 8 I. Batavia ... 000 001 04x--5 8 0; Gangemi, Lane (8) (L) and Daly; Dombroski and Sarkissian. i .u . . .. * ,- , T, .first 47 the A-A d.amond. Coach Paul- thev '--* said today the visitors a good crowd :one v , .h ' '"" be Club Standings FONT LEAGUE i in Yesterday's KesuIU Batavia S. Weltevilte 3 Other games rained out Bradford :--| 5i 2} J| 7; 5 5! 7:34 161.680 .Jamesto'n ! 3j--} 31 S| f, 5 5: T : 30:i8 .624 Hamilton i 5\ 1;--| 3| 4! 3! 9; 429 18 Batavia j 1| 4' 6 : --[ 4j 3! 6, 3 27 21.563 ! i] 2] ° : 5: ~ ! 7: s: HORNELL : lj 2: 5: * : 3 3 ' Olean I 21 3" 1; lj ij 3--i Wellsville ! 21 j 2j a; 3-- :1336 .265 NATIONAL LGAGfE Border Clubs Hope For Geneva Flop The Border League fanned faint^? hope today that the Geneva Rob-; ins' flag flight may be brought- under control. j When the Robin* dropped a; weird 10-inning decision to Ottawa' Yesterday's Results last night, 7-6. it was the Birds" New York 6, St.'Louis 5 i«) *u;^j ,4»f».m ;.H »ui-_ i » t '· BrooKlvn 9. Cincinnati 4 third defeat in their last four chicagb 8. Boston 4 Starts. , Pliiladelphia 9, Pittsburgh * Geneva still owns a five and one-; standing «f lit ciaks half game lead over the Ogdens-!_ W L Pet w t, p c :SSuri«ni rf burg Maples, but the tenders were hopeful the WBS nothing trivial. Oadensburg edged Auburn 8-7j Kingston at Watertown was rained 1 off. ; m. AMERICA* LEAGIE Vesterdav'i Remit* Boston 7. Detroit 1 Washington 9. Chicago 3 Philadelphia 8. Cleveland S SUB«t«s at the Clakt IV TL, Fct W L Pet ·N*. York 37 21 .633 Clei-el'd 28 27 .518 IPhiia. : Detroit 34 29 .5«? Wash. S3 29 33 26 .i3» Chicago 24 37 31 27 .534 St. Louis 17 41 I'TEKXATIONAL LEAGCB YestertUyt Montreal 3-7. Syracuse 2-t Rochester 11. Newark 4 Oneonta Red Sox Beaten by Quebec The Quebec Braves have re-: pulsed the Oneonta Red Sox' first! new bid to overhaul them in 'the^ Canadian-American League, but it' was a tough 12-inning job. i The Braves widened their first- place margin to four full games; last night with a 7-6 decision in! "w f'p't 1 ** Clv **ve T five extra innings. The game was)Buffalo 3« n .621 R'che-fr » 31 Scheduled for seven. Mersey C. 35 25 .383 Syracus* 26 36 .41S Th» navnff nninl- wac ^r. n friK.,i»^ Montreal 35 35 .583 Balti'ore 32 X .379 ine pajotl point was contributed Toronto 36 z* .m Newark 19 oy Oneonta southpaw Bob Pray.; -He -He walked Ed Hamel in the 12th i with the bases crowded. Pray 1 - took over in the first, when Quebec i routed Ivan Delock amid a four-; man eruption. Oneonta tied it in the sixth.! when Roy Smith belted a two-run; homer. Alex Danelishen. who re- :lJ b * n " ^ « . lc ,,--- ,, ,, ,,, li0v»H darter ii AI.,,. · 4k .-W.-Barre 30 25 J45 Bingo 2530.459 lievea slarter AI Meau in that scranton at 25 x* Hartford M 31 round, pitched six scoreless frames jW'port t$ » .473 Eimira a M and was the v.-jnner. The second( scheduled g?in» v.-j-« rained off i Rom* climbed into a tie for seventh seventh place by edging Pittsfield. 7-6. while Gloversville bowed to Schenectady. Schenectady. 11-6. Three Rivers at Amsterdam w-as rained out. EASTERN LEAGtTC Yesterday's Remit* Utica 3-4, Eimira 1-5 Hartford 4-7. Scranton 3-10 Albany 5-4. Wilkes-Barre 4-2 Wiiliamsport S. BinghamUjn 3 |j*«iac «f the Clnfcs W L Pet W L Pet 38 17 .«9l Utica 25 2 .472

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