19470603 RoyWD Middletown Times Herald (Middletown, New York) Tuesday, June 3, 1947 p3 CLIP
I T1MB8 MMAID, MilMMJClOWM. N. t, TUESDAY, JUNE 1Â» 1-Hitter as Valleymen Top | Radios Beat Billiards; Division Legion by a gave uncertain IS to 0 a in Gesualdo promised preparation with and up thirteen for with with Cue Stickers Suffer 2nd Loss in Row By 4-2 Tally Jimmy Larxioc's Billiard Academy team was eating humble pie today. It dropped its seco"d contest m as many nights last evening *t Fjuocher-Davidge Park, losing thi*; time to the LS Radios by a 4 to 2 score. The Cue Suckers lost to the Furriers ia the second game of Sunday eight's double header by the same score. The Radiomen tallied in the firsts- inning but really won the contest in the fourth frame scoring three runs on as many hits. Bert Bennett Bennett opened with a single. George doubled and Ken Peck State Officers Attend singled in succession and all tHree scored with the aid of an error and two outs. Stan Srhmiflr who pitched the entire game for the Radio team, scattered seven Academy hits, giving giving up single runs in the fifth and seventh innings, WaU. Welsh starr- for the BUliardmen ed on the but had to be relieved by Chink Kindberg in the fourth stanza. Lou CSeaamer and Bob Hoys; collected collected two hits apiece for the losers Awhile Peck garnered two singles for the winners. Both teams knocked out seven hits, six of the fourteen Mows being doubles. In a double header weight the Sportsmen's Grill will meet the BaUards in the first game starting at 6:45, while in the nightcap it will be the Imperials against the Coney Island. The box score: I_*S Radios (4) AB Smith, If 3 Cummings. 2b 3 Brown, sf 2 Hughes. Ib 3 Bennett, rf 3 Kuhlman. 3b 3 Sports Slate TODAV Peck, cf :-... 3 Warnefce. c~- 3 Zimmer. ss 3 S. Schmick, p 0 K. H a o i i o o 0 i 1 i i i i 2 o o o i o o Orange County Village High School League: Section I--Goshen at OtisviUe, WaWec at Maybrook and Pine Bush at Montgomery. Section H--Tuxedo at Florida and Chester at Monroe. Section HI-Highland HI-Highland Falls at Washingtonville and CornwaU-on-Hudson at Cornwall, Cornwall, all games at 4:00 "p. m. Orange County American Legion League: Western Division--Bullville at Pine Bush. Eastern Division-Goshen Division-Goshen at Cornwall and Warwick at Monroe, all games at 6:30 p. m. Non-League High School games: Kingston at Saugerties. 4:00 p. m. Kiwants Junior League: Yankees vs. Cardmals at Watts Park, 6:00 p. m. Softball City League double header at | Fancher-Davidge Park: First game --Sportsmen's Grill vs. BaUards. 6:45 p. m_; Second game--Imperials vs. Coney Island. 8:30 p. m. Firemen's League: Phoenix vs.! HoweUs at Hayes Field, 6:30 p. m. Totals Billiard Academy (Â·) 25 4 AB R Waizenegger. sf 3 0 Conrov. ss 3 0 Edwards. 2b 2 0 JKindberj. cf, p 3 0 Wix. rf 3 0 L. Clemmer. c 3 2 Lakin. I f " 3 0 Hovt. 3b 3 0 Fiunegan. Ib 3 0 Welsh, p 1 0 Lacdon, cf 1 0 1 1 drove Giants. Totals 28 2 7 TTmpsres: Steiiz, Perrino and Hotaling. Hotaling. Orange County American Legion Junior Baseball at Town Hall, Goshen, Goshen, 8:15 p. m. TOMORROW Auto Racine Regular Wednesday night card of midget races at Victory Speedway. Orange County Fair Grounds, first competitive event at 8:30 p. m. Baseball Orange County American Legion League: Western Division--Middletown Division--Middletown at Maybrook. Eastern Division --Woodbury at Greenwood Lake, both games at 6:30 p. m. Semi Pro Eureka Shipyards rs. Middletown Legionnaires at High School Field. 6:30 p. m. " Softball City League: Furriers vs. VFW at Fancher-Davidge Park, 6:45 pjn. Florida Wallops Chester Legion Bagjert Coasts to 12-2 Win as Mates Slug CHESTER--Scoring six times in the second inning, the Florida Legion Legion regained the victory touch: against the Chester Legion in an Eastern Division game here last evening. The score was 12 to 2. Ted Bajgert pitched the full seven seven innings for the visiting team while the Chester hurling was divided divided between Roy De ~VItt and Bud Edwards, who surrendered six-, teen hits to the victors. Aivle Higgs led the Florida shelling with a triple triple and a home ran in four times at the plate. Alex Paul and Bajgert Bajgert each collected three for four while BUI Minneman banged out three hits in as many times at bat for Chester. Chester committed seven errors in losing the contest. The box score: FtarMa (12) AX Kolodzieski. cf 2 Lempka. cf 2 E. Shanley. Ib 4 Higgs. rf .-. . 4 Kbwalczyk. c 2 Palmer. 3b 3 Bajgert, p 4 Paul. 2b 4 Wancyzfc. If 0 Golemboski, If 3 Zuk, ss 3 H 1 0 1 2 1 2 3 3 0 1 2 Totals 31 12 IS Chester (2) PJranio. ss Ramsey, ss Scanlon. Ib 3 Price. 3b 2 Mhineman. cf , I Conklin. rf 2 Hendricksec, If -3 Eckerson, 2b , 3 Decker, c 2 DeVitt. p i Edwards, p 1 AB K . *f 0 Red Sox Rebound In Kiwanis Loop Win, 10-5; Cards Still Lick Chops Over 22-4 Win ' The teams of the Kiwanis" Junior and Senior circuits, all of them with a taste of bassbaQ battle, set- tied down to serious business in the pennant races today. Last night at Watts Park, the Red Sox. beaten in their Senior League debut by the Tigers lasc week, came back to tnm the Phillies. 10 to 5. Jim Contos went the route for the winners. He struck out fifteen and allowed eight hits,' while his mates played errorless balL Phil Nye was the loser. He gave up eight nits, while striking out six. The Phils made three errors. In a Junior League tilt Saturday at Watts Park, the Cardinals "slaughtered"* the Red Sox. 22 to 4, as Gene Duffy struct ont fifteen and allowed only four hits. The box scores: Red Sax (!Â·) AB R H Reed, s s , r f 4 3 2 Marsha, c 3 0 0 R, Brown, c 2 1 1 Ogdea, 3 b 2 1 0 Budd. Ib ...-. 1 CarroH. If 1 Holland. If 1 Hegewald. If 2 Walker, rf, ss 3 Vleer, cf * Teabo. 2b 2 1 1 1 9 0 0 Â« 9 1 1 1 0 1 0 0' SeyfTerth.lb.3b 4 1 1 Contos 1 2 Â· Totals 22 2 KTe: M. Pnce 'Chester*. Totals 30 10 8 Phillies (5) AB K H Owens. 2 b Â», 4 2 2 SardeBa,c 3 1 1 Morgan, rf 3 0 Â· DeWitt. If , 3 1 2 Kladberg. 3b 3 Â» Conklin. ss 3 0 Carey, cf ^. S Nve. p 3 Beairsto. rf Â» The Middletown Women's Classic Bowling Orange Tnn in Goshen last night, was accorded secretary of the New York State Women's Bowling officers at the speakers table, they are Mrs. lolia Ruth HUP ginger, of Utica. secretary, seated at the league, Mrs. Edna Smith. Standing, left Berrian. the new vice president; Mrs. Genevieve chairman in the absence of Mrs. Moily Terry, Dorothy Sherman, the outgoing treasurer. Absent Ann Lartm. and her successor. Mrs. Loretta other feminine bowling activities as they are the state tournaments, particularly by the were honored as champions.--Photo by EL Pellizzi Scores 5th at Newburgh Wins D e c i s i v e l y Reeves,'Gloves Conqueror NEWBTJRGH--In a rousing go that made up -for an otherwise mediocre mediocre card. Tony Peliizzi. the hard- hitting Valley Stream. L. I. boxer, chalked up his fifth straight vic- torv for the Long Islander, since night by outpointing Willie Reeves of the Bronx- It was a particularly sweet victory victory for the Long Tf-slander, since Reeves had licked hiTM in the Golden Golden Gloves. The two well-equipped 160-pounders battled each other through two furious rounds before the power of Pellizzi's blows began to take the sting out of his foe. Thus in the closing stages of the bout it was" all Pellirzl Other bouts saw Robert McDon- ngh of Long Island decision Joseph Condon of Poughfceepsie: Barney Emerson of Kingston decision J. Melendee of the Bronx: Pate Meade of Long Island decision Augustine Broche of the Bronx: Rubin Thompson Thompson of Long Island win by a TKO over Rafael Verdejo of the Bronx when the referee.stopped the bout in the second round due to a cut over Verdejo's eye: Al Smith of Long Island knocked oat Angelo Melavez of the Bronx in -the first round: and Jose Gonzales of the Bronx, decisioned Carmine "vTrgiUo of Poughfceepsie. Under Grand Returns to Time MAYWOOD American, Nibble Hanover, pace for Maywood Park Circuit racing last night than twenty braved low the trotters Owned by HI. and ably Stone. Pan at the three withstood strong Hal to win lengths. Tae results: FIRST RACE--24 mile, purse $500. La Par (Livtngstoa) PSuto Dewej- Little Doc Ttiae: 1:13 4/5. Heimar Direct. Peggy M. Mact also starred. SECOND conditions. 1 Nipple Cr.sU* (Cleveland) Ella Stsfclj-ou (LiTlngston) Brave (Baler) Time: 2.24 3,-3. Baron Richard. Virginia Da? and Dally double THiKn mile. Psirae SSV3. Pan American. Eddie Miller Playing 30-Year-Qld Veteran, Who Almost Quit This Spring, Stars Again MEW YORK--There Â«Â«Â« a distressing distressing Item from Tampa. Fla., last March twenty-third which said shortstop Eddie Miller was through with the Cincinnati Reds, and the folks who read it must be wonder- Ing today just who is this fellow Eddie Miller, now playing shortstop shortstop lor the Cincinnati Keds. Any similarity between the two is not coincidental because they are one and the same, although there is little resemblance between tbe hustling, hard-hittlair Miller of this campaign and Use dejected fellow who wanted to quit baseball alter batting .lÂ»t wish tbe Reds last season. Today, the little ihiriy-ysar-oM veteran is playing the best ball of hii career. He has hit eleven homers which puts him -within three of his highest total in any .season In an eleven--year major Â·eague career. He is batting .295 the Reds with one more decision he Yesterday, 9 to 3 victory Hartung of down to his victories when runs, two aa eighth won two out York, which place tie Miller who both of their a two-run gave them Bucky "Walters, in trouble, base runners victory. solathm prize, homer while York and also hit Howie Pollet five Dodger by driving a tenth inning won. 5 to 4.