19500725 The Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, Massachusetts) Tuesday, July 25, 1950 p15 CLIP

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19500725 The Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, Massachusetts) Tuesday, July 25, 1950 p15 CLIP - Wi. Rerluhire E . o u m E*|fc, TuM^.r, Julr M....
Wi. Rerluhire E . o u m E*|fc, TuM^.r, Julr M. 1«O--JS Phillies for the Fourth Time Sporting Chat M. FLYNN the Instead 33 of his with 27 a medal as sport more pilot C tilt Sunday for to 8-5 the Stu, Is Wah- 6. but make iwim coach, «eid he expected Marshall Marshall to continue to'Improve. "I expect even greater thlngi from him in the future," Kiphuth said. Scoring IS points, the turglng Australian completely dominated the meel. His team, the New Haven Haven Swim Club, piled up 65 points to splash away with the meet. The new 880 mark, 9:37.5, erased the record ol 9:54.6 set by Bill Smith In 1942 at New London, Conn. Marshall's mile wai timed in 20:08.6; the old record, of 20:29 wag set in London by Keo Nakama in 1942. The new 440 mark was 4:39.3, eclipsing another Bill Smith record by .3 of a second. The ·Swim Club's American record time for the 880 relay was 9:08; Ohio State formerly held that mark. *£ Nell Smith Star of Week Pitcher Neil Smith of Oneonta was picked as the star of the week in the Canadian-American League for the period ending July 15. He was selected as the player of the day in both ends of a doubleheader doubleheader against Pitlsfleld at Oneonta Oneonta July 12. Besides hurling brilliantly brilliantly in the seven-inning opener, Neil relieved in the third frame of the second encounter after DeFrederico had hurt his shoulder sliding home in the second inning. In the two games Smith pitched 14 innings, giving 16 hits, striking out five and passing three. Three other players drew two daily stars, centerfielder Charlie Samson of Rome, who batted for .667; second baseman John Mulcahy Mulcahy of the Pittsfleld Indians, who hit .714, driving in five runs and scoring five, and outfielder Ed So- kosky of Three Rivers, who hit .444, driving In five runs and scoring scoring three. Olher daily star winners were: Anderson, Schultz and Tretlak of Amsterdam: Barkus, Gray, McLaren, McLaren, Stewart and Williams of Gloversville; Cadario, Gilbert, Smodic and Wall of Oneonta; Danelishen, Nansteel, Sinram and Werner of Quebec; Harmon of Rome; Farrell, Marshall, Ramer and Robbins of Schenectady; W. Johnson ar.d McMullen of Three Rivers. Juniors Extend Streak to 8 With 19-3 Win JUNIOR cmr BAMBALL LIAGUI STANDINGS - W« Leet Pel. PUIafliK Junlera S Braaa Kail S Wabeenak Marckaals ...... * Itallaa-Anerleana 4 SI. Mark's S KetlT Limber * Fetaskes'a · l.OH J .Ml t .714 S ,444 « .113 7 .M 19 .00. Opener in Legion Series Is Set tor Clapp Park Pittifield To Oppote Weil field Tomorrow Night at 5.30--Bouidy, Chuck Garivaltii Have Good Markt SUNDAY'S CAME! lUUtn-AmeriCRn! 4. Polmftwe's 1. Bran IU1! 14. Killv Lumber 0. Pltuildd Juniors 18 St. Mirk'i WEEK'S SCHEDULE Tonlrbl Brius lull v* W.heonsh Iferchint*. Demlnc. Folnubtei't vi Bt. Mirk's, Clips. 1 t n 1 1 ft n-AmeTloiia vi Kdlv Lumber, Demlni. Thursday · FolnubeM'i vi Uttslteld Junlori, Dsmlni. lUHir, - Amsrton vi Wihetmi* Merchant* Merchant* oitpp. PttUfleld Juniors ri Bnu IUO. Dtmln«. § Jt?nJ T Luinb.r vi at. M.rk's. Clipp. Plthrllcld Junlori vj IttllMi-Arotrto«n, °"B"«M Kill vi Wihunih VltrcHinU, The Pittsfield Juniors stayed ahead In the Junior City Baseball League's second half race by thumping St. Mark's 19-3 Sunday afternoon In the tecond game of a double-header at Clapp Park. It was their eighth consecutive victory. victory. In the first half of the twin bill, Brass Rail's defending champions remained within itriking distance of the leaders on · 14-0 conquest of Kelly Lumber. The Italian- Americans downed Folmsbee's 4-2 in another league contest »t Deming Deming Field. Johnny Menndro of the Italian Americans held the Folmsbee club to three hit*, and struck out eight men. The winners made only four hits off Lenihan. Big Don Murphy of Brass Rail yielded only one hit in the five innings innings he worked. Mickey DeAnge- lus, his successor, was reached for two in as many innings, but managed managed to prevent a score. Ted Stewart and Johnny Krieger led the Pittsfield Juniort with three hlti apiece. The scores: J.nlon I It. Mark'l Ob h pc i O'Don'U. 1 1 0 0 0 Shfrnn.J i l l JlMeUe. e f 3 0 1 3 Steir't 1 4 3 1 2lKord«r.i, 1 4 1 3 1 Lavalle. i S 3 1 OIQUnlMi. 3 1 0 1 4 Evaiu. 1 4 1 10 3 MlruitB.c 1 1 4 1 Krleger ct 4 3 0 ODevanny.cf3 3 0 0 GarlV. If 4 1 1 O'Malov. D 3 1 0 1 By HOGER O-QAJU PitUdeld's t o u r n a m e n t -wise Berkshire County American Legion junior baseball champions will be meeting a group with plenty of poise as they face Westfleld in the opening fame of a best-of-lhree series here tomorrow night at 5.30. Several of the Westfleld players have been members of Wettfield High's Peanut Bowl championship football squad the past two years. The contest will be played at Clapp Park, because the Pittsfield Indians will tn using Wahconah Park. The second game of the set will be «t Westfleld Thursday night. If a third is necessary, the site will be determined by a coin toss prior to the start of p!ay tomorrow. tomorrow. The loss of catcher Joe Zavattero is a serious blow to the Pittsfield team. Coach Eddie Htckey disclosed disclosed today that Zavattero will miu the Westfield series because of an attack of shingles which he suffered at Clapp Park Sunday Major League Leaders · IT The Aaaoelate* Frw AMERICAN LEAGUE Batllnj-- Kell, Detroit, .344: Even, Dt Lrolt. and Dobr. Cleveland, .343. Runi--Stephens. Boston. II, DIMaczio, Boston. 79. Runa batl«d In--Stephens, Boston, 97; Dropo. Boston M Hits--Kell. Detroit, 134; Rlziuto. Nt» York, 117. Doubles--Kell. Detroit, II: Zanlla, Boston, Boston, 34. Triple*-- Evers, Detroit, I; Doerr, Boston, Boston, 7. Home runa--Rosen. Cleveland, 17; Williams Williams Boston, 3. Stolen bas',s--DIManlo Boston, 10; Dohy, Cleveland, 7. Strikeouts--Lemon, Cleveland, 94, Re)n oldJ. New York, 03. Pltchlni--McDermott Boston. 1-1. .187; Lemon. Cleveland, li-4, .781. NATIONAL LEAGUE BstttaR--Roblroon. Brooklyn, .M7; Mu- alal St. Louis, .360. Runs--Jones, Philadelphia, and Xlner, Pittsburgh. 70. Runs batted in--Kiner, Pi'.tiburth. TT; Bauer, chlca.BO, 09. Hits--Muslal. St. Louta, 1H; Roblmon, Brooklyn. !13. Doubles--Musial, It LoulJ. 3*; Robinson, Brooklyn, It, Triples--Ashbum, Philadelphia, H; tour players tied wish 6. Home runs--Klr.er, Pittsburgh. 30: Jones, Philadelphia, 11 Stolen bases--Jethroe. Boston 34; four while playing for the Brass Rail a Junior City League game igalnit Kelly Lumber. Zavattero is at St. Luke's Haspital. Joe h»s hit J*8 in Berkshire County play. His place will be taken by Jimmy Jimmy GarivaltU, who has been the team's regular right-fielder. Jim* my is a willlnf worker, but hasn't as much polish as Zavattero, To fill the vacancy caused by the transfer of Garivaltii, Coach Mickey is planning to UM Larry Bossldy Jr., In right field. Botsidy Is the team's leading hitter with .500 average on 7 hits In 14 times at bat in ? games. Chuck Garlvaltis Is next In the batting average list with ,410. The team mark Is .312. Four of the eight regulars are over .300. Zava- ttero Is third, and Charles (Buddy) Sheran fourth with .364. It is expected that Cyril Gorman will pitch tomorrow night. The team'* regular first baseman borders borders on being the indispensable man. For he also is the ace of the pitching staff. He has been credited credited with five of the nine wins recorded recorded to date, and still is unbeaten. unbeaten. Denny Cohen has won two games, Ralph Magri and Botsidy one each, Bo.ssidy suffered the only loss, but he gave a scintillating scintillating relief performance to gain hit solitary victory in the opening game of the county play-off series with Housatonic. The batting averages and the pitching records: SEAHOV tCCOEOf BATTING Bossidv . C GurlviIUs 10 Masrl 3 Cohen 7 2avlt/ro t... 10 Shcnm a Kordana 7 Oonnan 10 JVrguaon ... Brennan ... Heldel J Garlvaltis Csmpbell .. Oradv Keandro ... Gorman 10 II . 11 10 M 21 I 10 1 a 3 h avt. 7 .MO 1 .414 3 .400 S .MS u .3n 12 I 11 t S 7 8 !noo · .OM 0 .000 .319 314 .273 .127 .3M 10 114 M .111 FITCH1KO Won Lost ret. . S (1 1 000

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