1941 AP Moe Berg Red Sox see Pete Appleton Havana party Portsmouth Herald NH March 27
a to- because^ that W. nolo a $5 at a lunch which first from will expected Sporfabloid Boston,- March 27' (AP)--Should you happen to look over ^ that-National that-National -League schedule,- you'll find the Bees will be starting just their first 24 games in the ; specious confines of National League Field . . . With the pitchers adding this natural advantage the fact that they are customarily ahead the batters at the early stage of pennant race, ot doesn't take to realize that a kindly nod from the weather man can give Quinn's Bees quite a running jump on field. ' There isn't a club in' the circuit which cares much about playing in the widespread Boston pasture,~-as compared with some of the soft home run touches scattered around the league .-'.' Â· But each and one of the-seven 1 other clubs is making at least two appearances at National League park during' that game stay. It's small wonder, -then, that is hoping for that tiny break weather . . . Most of us can recall the unfortunate conditions last season which kept the Bess idle for nigh onto three weeks . . boys lost ; most. of- that- fine ;ecge and--despite their Playing the best ball'in the, circuit from August onward--they wound up in seventh place. Earl Averill is another who is hoping.for a break in the weather .'.' . Ranked as.one of. the Spring hitters in the game, Earl use his big. bat to advantage in giving the Bees a funning start, if they can get most of those. 18 into the record' book on the days they are scheduled . . . . is batting about' .500 Bright now those are- quite.reasonable figures- even in the springtime.; - Most Most popular member of the- Sox Havana party Is your old friend.Moe Berg . . . Moe naturally includes the ability to habla old Espagnol among his linguistic accomplishments . . Â· Moe will pretty busy at the. Hotel .National, where half the help speaks nothing but the pure Castilian while the other portion converses in only King's English.