19490805 The Evening Tribune (Hornell, New York) Friday, August 5, 1949 p8 CLIP
gle game. pitcher Joe gied roofcie Pillsfield Indians from second with two out in thei-l?"* *" tanla *Â» : m m . - . r j? ;j v Â«"Â» * " nl DiviSlOll , ,. , , ,, , . iflKC 200 031 *-- 8 n 4! Â«.. _. ... . . . ,. tenth, \aienzuela allowed the BHSunset fcn 30: 005 f--:o li s; Tne Pittsfielri Indians d:d a war Valenzuela and sin- Bob Thurman home] 4 0 0 BaÂ«eM p .771011 Tola?s * 8 CtatAier* ab sons only three hits. The Toronto Maple Leaf* lookj over Third piace from the -Jersey! City Giant*, beating the Syracuse.] Chiefs. 7-3. a* rise Giants bowed.! 8-1 to the Montreal Royal*. ! Bubber Church stopped t h e ; chiefs nn four hi*Â«. The Leafs'Mitch's!:' pounded Art Hartley and Roman j*^. * Brunswick for 11 safeties. p -TM !r - J Le:?y Johnny VanCuyk halted ; _ the Giants or; six biowj to square j if.'*. "Z in his record at 7-7. Â· 'it'ofc'?.!." ! j dance last night and whooped -K . f C iinto the C a n a d i a n - T e d ab r h j League's first division. j*" 111 sne * k m Â·' - * (J *'! Their 4-2 victor' over league-J P , - /Da.on"^ 2 o ?! leading Quebec at Pittsfieldi 4 2 iJo* Hohar, p 3 o iibrought a squawk from on Â°- v . Â» . ,-__J ,-__J -_ ,, ^ ,, o;, dian V manager. Frank McCorat-i one 4 ft 2 Cor.ndon If + '. I McKa cf 2 Â· : Vet rf 4 n 2Si7.zn ;p 4 ! 0 Kemp Jb j n , he f i f t n the 4 : ?]pire called a balk against 3 Â« '!nitr.h. r AT.Â»- n-. nd ii-,_Â« Cbuck' rj ' es - __lipitcher Alex Danelishen. Cbucki r " es 3 siHcwer was allowed to score 51 : fic!d.i third nm of Â»he *Â»Â»!-Â« uhe fiied a protest. Officifd Entry ^ Sonp Box Derby John Misuga allowed the Braves ] five Angles .in hurling the 'into the league's fourth place. Â· __ _ . _ _ * Â·****Â· IA* r*j**Â«*i.K Â«JN l i 'Hasson. Pittsfield manager, hit ;14th homer in the second m * hwith no one aboard. Glovejsviile iroppe ! i place with a 3-2 3os; Enter my name as Â» participant in the Soap Box lerby to be ! -Rivers. Schenectady held August 20, IMS. 1 agree to observe all the rules of the Derby. toÂ°TJSi basket. whipped!""' Name Address Date of Birth Parent or Guardian Mail entries to Elliot M. Hartman. High School. Hornell. X. Y.. not later than Saturday. August 13. 1W9. Open to boys 11 to 15 Â·inclusive; years old. Cars do not have to be completed until August IS when the official inspection is held. Jerry Mack tripled for the Â· Rivers Royals in the eighth | at Gloversville ; winning run on and H the- Schergers squeeze sacrifice. Th1iP 'Glovers were readlv to knot the |h *' 4 * !score in the same inning, with iman on third and one out. Royals' Jay Vercrouse fanned next two men. P*gÂ« 8--THE EVENING TRIBUNE, HOR.VEU.. S. Y AUGUST t, 1MI Â· SlÂ«rÂ» Batting--Pat Mullin. Tigers-broke Tigers-broke up game with llth inning single, his fourth hit, for 3-2 over Yankees. Pitching--Johnny Schmitz, Cubs. --shut out Giants with three 1-0. snapping six-game win streak: ! 1 hurled no-hit ball until eighth ning.