19490720 The Evening Tribune (Hornell, New York) Wednesday, July 20, 1949 p12 CLIP

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19490720 The Evening Tribune (Hornell, New York) Wednesday, July 20, 1949 p12 CLIP - ISf* li-- THE EVENING TRIBtNE, ' Clips Kelt*...
ISf* li-- THE EVENING TRIBtNE, ' Clips Kelt* Sox String Snap* In Doubleheader, .-.. m · I . Ilt?IU41III _itro« tonight _ - fcJ ^ * In Batavia Ju^y JO--The!r first di- * v:*;o.-i ber:i hanging ia the :'-* *l.pp:r.g Ba'.avia Clipper? ««e ·^ iife here Ia*t night and tuice and ia»l Cram for Tie Eie^Bi Triouce, ^^ ^ ^^^^ Horiw:l Rwl Home... Xew \ork: 5^ 7 to 2 and 5 to 3. The vie- T.~i« is w-sat I have hear*. ar.~. -.cries moved :ae Clips '.'art* taanes ;« loai.r.on topic around tLe uiy. ahead of "he Sox. I-, mas', be definitely understood After losicji e:gln of ihelr 2a»l ·.i-.i". :he beiow question* are pur? ^ine Marti, the homester* caine :;earfay. have not beer, proven., j;fe in !he third inning Di the a=d in fact bear no bins, sernblanc? first content, garnering four :o :ru;j- -Aliich proved enough to cup :he :o*n and Horneli ia Thi- que*noi:s: 1. Was it rair.ir.r in Ba'.aua S*;r.e time, Monday nijh:? abbreviated fray. Horeli. '.wo Tfw markers came in th« top of the the ; ois :hi«-d when Jack Smodse blasted a Rec j s Who determined the coniii- home run jusi inside the left field a game of the p!aing fieiti and by foul marker at the 330-foot mark vihai process and author;:;.? :a score behind Tony Salanume.* j n O iher games 3. Was the predetermined cut;- A ho had doubled. Ed Sokreki or d diiion of the f:cM. u:rojgh cour- lowed with a single but Bob Ma- Hamil:e*y, conveyed to Mr. Husso* ther grounded into a double play. OR Cardinals 4.. \\as :fte tfo:av:a ciuD a liuie Tae Cup* cirm«? starter Hub tne ..^ lvk - o ; r . n ·;: piu-hir.g material? Smith, who had held them to one' tht \\'!sville 5. Was a gan-.e in Hami-:on ei'.l- iiit in hi* previous outin*. 10 Bi!! ed off Ust week because a player showers in the third on home fell and injured himself and their Whitey McDowell. Frank Noble. mana.aer *o!d someone the idea Gene Link* and Sabu Sarkissian wa* unfit for play- and walks to Manager Ed Kobesky Was Hamilton on and Piidier Bob Stadvec. Frank managed to get the T .«on.« comprise a ball game. You Another Clipper run crossed in pay to see it. the fourth on McDowell's double. Weilsville i just want io conclude by say- a fielder's choice and an outfield i'.'.R. that the oniy up and going J'b"- The final two runs cashed in orsanizaiion left in this ciiy. is the sixth on McDowell's single, a ( Zabotka the ball ciub. and we ticket pur-walk and Kobesky's single. '9). chasers and admirers of a great The second fray started as a ball team, would like io know the h°«n* run hitting contest. score led off the second with a round Respectfully your*. tripper only to have Kobesky dupli- HARRY'G. TOLA.\. cate for Batavia when « « * in ' Clipper second. ; _ 'Deiock 3b The answers, As We See Ttem: Joe Delorft gave Hornell another- 1 ''- _ 1. From our best knowledge, it ma ^ kert b £_ ^l*?."," 8 · four TM MT , wasn't raining at game time. . . . » 3""\uie Uiira. . oiean The team arrived and learned from: Batavia came back in their : Zcidler the groundskeeper that the game of the * anie _, frame J,° »»« thln * s :enough had been postponed. . : »P ·» Ken ° e ^ doubled went to iVobi* cT ' ·2. The home management de-. thl j d on McDowels infield out; _, !mim termines the condition of the ulav- and scored on Noble's single. :»» ?ield BEFORE the xamV The *« went ahead in the.«v- P"*- iiem Btruitt me game _ .,_ · . . . ,___.. i 7 h t n^nn,,^ ,,,,» ii.-ht.ib 3 ·fca*^ «ju^rai--'_, he led off- 51 *" ''.S ing starts, by enth on Minarcin's double and ed - Dut and by authority o f ;pitcher John Gilbert's single, but Rule 26 which states, the manager j -or -or captain of the home team "shall! be the sole judge of the fitness of' the ground for beginning a game;; after play has been called by I M s but, the umpire, the latter alone shall! be the judge as to the fitness of; the ground for resuming play after! the game has been suspended . . " .3. .3. Manager Kusso and his play-: ers did not know the condition of the field until they arrived at Mac-1 Arthur Stadium for the contest. | Prearrangements were that Hor-j nell was to be notified by 4:30 if! the game was off. They were notj notified. ' 4. Who knows? . j 5. We don't know. FONT LCAGLB Batavia T. Horecll 2 (7) Batavia J. Hormell 3 Jair.Mtov.-n :4. Loekport * Hamilton 7. WellsviUe 4 Bradford 8. Olean I j 'the j ! the j i ft Out CM* i I I e I i | I Bradford \ Hamilton We heard the REPORT that Bus-i jamesto . n iness Manager Vince Callahan de-ig^Tg;-- sired to call the game because oflLocXport a weather report which forecast Horncit-- showers and the Batavia manage- ;oiean merit had plans to award orchids j weiisvute" lo lady customers that evening. . . 1 As we understand it, the Clipper! management didn't want to re-j move the orchids from cold storage and and have them spoiled in event the; game wasn't played. . . The ballj game? Oh! That was probably; incidental. j * * · ! | .___.-.....-,,,. ^ . ^ . |--;_4j_tj 7| B| 7; r j .,--i 4, 5 : 6, 5;io; 9;«:M.«fij port - «, | Sj 5~ 7i 5! 7, , 3 , 7 4 _ 7 : 3: 21 ; 5;--; ; 8! 8:38;36:.514 ; 3! 7! 41 3! 41--1 7! 9;37'38:.4S3 i aj 2; 4i i; 3: 4;--; r a- 3 ; 7- r i' v--'xuxM^ ' - ' ' ' : -"jwon't be NATIONAL LEAGUE ·; Yesterday 1 ! ·emit* Boston 5. St. Louis 2 Philadelphia 1, Chicago t Xew York 13. Cincinnati 3 Brooklyn 4, Pittsburgh Standing M the Clukt W L Pet W L Pet] 0111. Hartman reported t^ggS Hey:o 31 S3.3«!pro that an unsolicited $5 contribution from Fay Wallace has given thej proposed Little Baseball League ini Hornell an unexpected financial! boost. . . . He has also been prom-; ised the wholehearted cooperation' of the Hornell Baseball Asociationi by Bob Brown, president. . . The! attendance at tonight's ball game! should be some indication of; whether supporters of the Red Sox! are fair-weather fans or the "gO'BoVton 46 39 544 wash'gton 3447.420! when their winning" variety. . .;Pniia' P hia 4641 ^sst. Louis axns\ Last night's double loss ^~~ ! ! standee .r .he ci.to ' twili w L PC* w L Pctibumped r York 53 31.531 Detroit 4542 Cleveland «34.590Chicago 37so .425!j ames AMERICAN LEAGCE Testerday's Kesnlts Boston S. Chicago 4 Cleveland 5, Xew York 4 St. Louis 9-5. Philadelphia 4-4 Detroit T. Washington C was a: serious blow to Homell's first di-i vision bid but 51 games remain on: the PONY schedule. j Oneonta Red Sox I Gain Can-Am Split| Buff , !o The Quebec Braves are almost shoo-in to take the Canadian-'Montreal American League pennant, but it's; a bit more risky to guess at this- point where the other teven clubs! will finish. i Runner-up Oneonta is seven and : one-half games behind the Braves., and from that point on down, the' standings are subject to change: D.TEEXATIONAL UACt'K Result] Baltimore 7, Jersey city 0 Rochester 5. Toronto 1 Buffalo 9. Montreal 7 Newark at Syracuse, rain with the Braves last night, while iScramon third-place Amsterdam was la*in g jB i "S n 'ton a twin bill to Three Rivers. : Gloversville blanked Schenectady: 7-0 behind the five-hit pitching .of I George Leckrone to mwe within | one game of fourth-place Pittsfield. PUtif ield's game at Rome was postponed postponed because of wet grounds. Three Rivers' 8-3 and 4-2 de-i cisions over Amsterdam, pushed the Canadians to within a haif game of Gloversviile. Amsterdam Mana-j ger Mayo Smith banged out his! 1 6th home run to give the Rug- makers a two-run edge in the first iniii.ig 01 tiie opener. Jay Ver-i . crouse reHeved John Kelly in the! jscond and pitched hitless ball. j A walk, a double by Jake Stirm j . and a Quebec error was all One-! onta needed 'o take the opener. 2-1. as Alex Danelishen held the Braves to four hi!;. In the second £ame. both clubs trotted out their 1 big guns, but the Braves prevailed ' 10-*. _ _ _ ; Ffre GmA Slavwen New York-- !--- \Viien the New ' York Giants brought Wesley Wes- tnim back to the majors they did it with an eye on his hitting. After being optioned to their Jersey City farm team. Westram pounded out ' five home runs with the bases loaded. loaded. In 66 games with the Giants in 1948 he hit only .160. But that was ' last year. 4» 40 ^si Newark TeMer«mr« Ben** 7, Elmira 1 Hartford 7-7. Wilkej-Barre 1-4 WiUiamsport 5-«. Utica 4-a Albany 1«, Scranton 4 f t tke ctaks Pet. W L 44 4t Jll Hartford «« 3345.428; 33 si RUSS DAVIS MOTOR SALES, Inc. 195 Sim» St

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