19490926 The Evening Tribune (Hornell, New York) Monday, September 26, 1949 p9 CLIP

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19490926 The Evening Tribune (Hornell, New York) Monday, September 26, 1949 p9 CLIP - Athletics. ' While the Red Snx stiffened the...
Athletics. ' While the Red Snx stiffened the Yanks yesterday, the St Louis Cardinals roomed into a commanding one and one-half came lead over the Brooklyn Dodgers in the National League race. The Cards beat the Chicago Cubs. 6-1. while the Philadelphia Phils slit the Dodgers, 5-3. Cards, Bauau Idle Teday St. Loui« and Brooklyn, marking .^time today, have five and four 'games left to play, respectively. The Cards have three dates with the last place Cubs and two with sixth place Pittsburgh. The Dodgers have two meetings with the Phils and two with Boston. Should the Cards win only three of their remaining five games it would assure them of mo worse than a tie, providing Brooklyn takes all four of its games. Four .Cardinal victories and that old djkhant of "wait until next year'' will be revived in the borough where the famous tree sprouts. took Phils went to town. Richie Ashbarn beat out a bunt and raced -to third on Gran Hamner's double. iDick Sisler singled both runners · home to tie the score ajt 3-3. Del :Ennis popped out attempting to bunt. Seminick, hitless in three previous swings.- then wh»l-d ; Santa's first pitch out of sight U. ; break up the game. ; In other National League games the Xe-.v York Giants do-.vned the , Boston Braves, 3-2 and 5-2 and !the Pittsburgh Pirates clipped the ^Cincinnati Reds, 7-3, and 5-3. ; Bob Lemon turned in his 21st victory for Cleveland as he pitched the Indians to 7-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers. In other American .League games the Philadelphia Athletics beat Washington. 8-5. I then bowed. 4-0, to Dick Weik of 'the Senators in the seven inning finale. The Chicago White Sox defeated the St. Louis Browns, 7-5, and then lost. 6-2. to the Browns. AVOID EXPENSIVE REPAIRS IM» T«ar losHo Iwrtrm fcs FOB T1OMPT. CmCIEIfT SEBVJCE Phone 1834 Dovie Radio Service M FakM St. BoiMlL M. T. FrozonFrash In Our Own FBCHCH KE CBCAM** Thii Week Specicd Freeii Pooch 7SeqL All* Fraaek Ie* CHOB hi qt brick* Me-- pL fcddni Me £qt Oat Jem Cttam. Eaefc Dof MATTIES' BBOAPWAT BOUIItL K. T. · When you think of Fresh Flowers yoji just naturally think of JAMES-Flowers far Ow 30 Y Sam* Location, Same Management Mf MAIN ST. -- PHONE 5fl Saddler-Heinhold Try Again Tonight Schenectady. SepLZe-UPJ-TheiTW,-,,,^-:!!^ Yoiltll twice-postponed outdoor fight card .A/«II1SV111C J. WUIU featuring'! or me r featherweight «|rr» FrAt Ti*!** champ Sandy Saddler of New York; W "IS \rOH J.1UC is scheduled ftor tonight at McXear-; Do n j ero me of Dansville Sundavj ney Stadium topped the annual Section V ii.-j Saddler will meet Proctor Hein- dividual golf championship at the; hold of Oklahoma City in a 10- Lake Shore Country Club in Roch-j rounder. i eater. He carded 84^88--172 for the! In a co-feature, also scheduled 3$ holes. j for 10 rounds. Middleweight Leej xhe team title went to Monroe j Sala of Donora. Pa., takes on! County W j tn a 4-man score of 358.) Herbie Kconowiu of Brooklyn- i Livingston .County was runnerupi Rain forced postponement of the; for the team championship withj card last Wednesday and again 1307, followed by Rochester wilhl Thursday. iggg, Finger Lakes with 388; Steu! 400, and Wayne, 444. Coaches Gle» (M«4) Bvylai. right, asM Bewiy Spitnbuk, left, *f the HwneU .Becreatkm Clvb seni- ac* «rU teas* an M»Mli»ii«g a »lay fenauittMi t* Fallback Dave Generalll !· mnwr ps*U. In lower picture the HKC frii saaehtste is seen *«4isU*c n» its aerial arm durinr recent wrinunaffes i» Maple City Park. Th* H*ntell cridders will sacet undefeated and Hnseored-osi Dansrille in Maple City Park Wednesday nicht. Quebec Leads Qneoiita Sox ; Quebec, Sept. 26--f--The Quebec Brave*, who this year won their f i r s t Canadian-American League pennant, were off to a flying start today in the circuit's 'playoff finals. ; The Braves copped two games from the runner-up Oneonta Red. ;Sox over the week end for a ^-0 game advantage in the four-out- of-seveif series. · The league champions scored two runs in the ninth inning for [yesterday's 5-4 win. After one ;was out, Alex Danelishen. Mike ; Fandozzi and Lou Palmlsano all 'walked. Pete Elko flied out bin ;Butch Lawing got a scratch infield j single which scored Danelishen. iVernon Shetler rapped a single to icenterfield which scored Fandozzi i with the winning tally. ! Righthander Hal Erickson bested I Tom Radcliff on the mound in I pitching Quebec to a 2-0 win !urday. Club Standings SAttmiXL LEAGUE Kctnltt Philadelphia 5. BrookljTi J St. Louis C, Chicago 1 Pittsburgh 7-5. Cincinnati 3-1 Kew Ywlc 3-S, Bcnton Z-J :ben, Dasoville Grid Tie I Dansville High School and Canandaigua Academy battled to a six-all deadlock Saturday afternoon on the Canandalgnua field, Gets 53rd With 5 Tilts Left New York, Sept. 26--(JPt-- Ralph Kiner. Pittsburgh outfielder, knocked out his 53rd home run yesterday to go three games ahead of the pace set by Hack Wilson, who set a National League record of 56 with the Chicago Cubs in 1930. Kiner. however. Is six games' behind the major league record pace of Babe Ruth, who hit 60 for the 1927 New York Yanks. Wilson hit his 54th homer in his 154th game on Sept. 26 Ruth clouted his 54th in his 147th game on Sept. 18. Pittsburgh has five games remaining. a Francis Ouimet Chick Evans. J. jDansvill* Wins · ! j The Dansville Wildcats scored j 1 their second straight semi-pro vic- !tory yesterday afternoon by de: if eating South Dayton. 13-0. Milt ! Newton and Bing Munn led the i Wildcats, taking turns from the : tailback spot to pulverize the Day- ·ton line with consistent gains. The [Wildcats have yet to be scored upon. WLPtt St. Louh »M.«3 New York ?37t .4*3;Dusen tallied on Brooklyn M M .«JFltt»burgh 8712 .430] 1/UJ * n »"«u m. Phila'phia 7» It JUS Cincinnati «0 90 .400 Boston 73 77 .487 Chicago Mil .3*3 Dansville's touchdown came in thej final period when Jack Rex pluns- ! D. Travers. Bobby Jone= and John- ied over and Cananadiagua camejny Goodman were the only ama- WL Pet'back to knot it when John Van-jteurs ever to win the U. S. Open 15-yard pass.igolf title. All Semi-Pro Reserve Seat Football Tickers For Came This Wet NiM Sept. 28, 1949 DANSVILLE MARTINA WILDCATS*.. HORNiLL Are on Sale KOSKIE VARIETY STORE 10SeftetaS. G*mft (No tames acheduled) AXtWCAK LEAOCC Boston 4. New York 1 Cleveland 7. 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