The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio on May 9, 1945 · Page 11
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' Rest areas are being set up and many of the early games will be held at such places on an intra-mural basis. . Later, actual championships will begin with the better Individuals and teams going to Paris or London for the Allied games. Most of the Allied nations are expected to compete, Major le Leaders y>- The Assorted -Press AMERICAN LEAGUt Hatting—Stepliane, St. Louis. .389. Huns—Case, Washington, 15. Runs lilted In—Derry, New York, 15. Hits—Binks and Case. Washington, 23. Home runs—De-iry, New York, 4. Stolen bases—Case, Washingtpn, 10. Pitching—Bentoti, Detroit, an<l Borowy, Xew York. 4-0. NATIONAL LEAQye BattiiiK—Olnio, Brooklyn, ,t<J9. Runs—Ott, Xew York, 20. Runs halted in—Lombard!, New York, » 20. Hits—Ruoker. Xew York, 37. Homo runs—Lombard!, Xew York, I. Stolen bases^llcCormlck, Cincinnati 5. ' . Pitching—Voiselle, Xew York and Der riiiKlr. Ohlfragn. 1-9. ' i THE EVENING INDEPENDENT 1 -| Ma»«!llon, O.— W«H., May t. 1945 ** Nieman Is Finding Range Boston Brave's Rangy Outfielder Begins To Hit; Change In Crouch Is Help BOSTON, (AP)—It could be his new crouch that has changed Butch Nieman, the Boston Braves' rangy outfielder, into a .400 hitter but the consensus is that he. doesn't meet so many capable southpaws in the National league these days. During his two previous seasons with the Tribe, Nieman, who stamped himself a* a most dependable Returning Veterans --- G. I. Loans U..-.A plan of home-ownership that's hard to beat has been, arranged for your especial benefit, 1 Consult our officers about a Veteran's Guaranteed Home Loan which may even include your down payment on the property. An inquiry costs you nothing. Our officers will be glad to explain, You can build a new house, as priorities to G. I. Veterans are readily available, We shall gladly explain details, if you will come to our office. 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' • How much different this is from old fashioned 1 mortgage plans . . , and from paying rent month after month, year in and year out! 5% Monthly Reduction Loans FIRST mm * UHW co The man who led the victorious Allied armies in the .successful war against Germany, Gen. Pwight D. Eisenhower, is shown, center,"surrounded by XI. S., Pritish and Russian officials at Reims, France, following the signing of surrender terms by the Germans- Left to right are Gen. Ivan Susloparoff of the Russian army, Lt. Gen. Sir F. E. Morgan, deputy chief of staff, SHAEF; Lt. Gen. W. B. Smith, chief of staff, SHAEF; Oapt. Hairy 0. Butcher, naval aide; General Elsenhower, holding pens with which the surrender was signed; Sir Arthur Tedder, deputy supreme commander, and Adin. Sir Harold M. Burroughs, AJlied naval chief. Signal Corps radiophoto. (International Soundphoto) Tigers Handed 1Q-4 Lacing Jackson Township Bears Winners Jump On Vic Turkall For Six Hits In Opening Frame; Contest Cut To Five Innings To ^Permit Tournament Duel AB - ss 'Weiij'eiy o \Velii), 2l> :... 1 i,eii»liise'r. iVZ!.'.'.'".'.'.'.'. 3 Tiutur, iili 3 Kener. <if • '... 1 Heltzel, !f-u - ,. ^ 'I'urkall, p-l£ 1 While waiting to resume competition in th? Canton cjass A baseball tournament, the Washington high school Tigers took on the Jackson Township Bears Tuesday afternoon in a.-.yyjs.'d'ay tussle ori Stadium field btjt. Coach'Elwood Rammer's lads h,ad-little'opportunity'tb rejoice. .'-_ .They soaked up a 10-4 lacing administered by. the Bears in a five inning-encounter, cut-short to enable Canton Lincoln and Orrville to iise"the field for a-tournament contest. The 3ears sewed Up the contest right-In the first frame when they hopped on Vic Turkall for six hits, which combined with an error, gave them;six runs and a, margin the 'orange and black was not able to overcome* : The. visiting lads swung -potent bats throughout the encounter,- getting .10 safeties while Nixdorff held the'Tigers'to five hits. The game .W«s marked by some long distance clouting with Bert Webb and Don Wiener slamming but homers for '.the MaESillonians and Hoffman hit; ting for the circuit for the : Bears. Mohler .of the winners banged put a double. ' . After the Bears tallied their six runs in the opening frame, Turkaii checked them" iti" the next '• two frames but' they broke out in a scoring rash in both .the fourth and fifth stanzas, tallying twice' in each frame!. . ' Wiener's home inn .gave the '.Tigers'..a- run hi .the -first; ; •:Another Tiger-run came in the tfn'rd-and in 02 15 K H 1 in 12 1 5 Totals 22 Si;nr«= by iiiiiing=: .laeksnit :.. -SOO lliissillou itn Kt-rnrs: Cre?cc:ifc^ 1-tiiiiliSer. Schiir ver, Mahler '2. Two-base hits: Moh Icr. Home runs: Hoffman, \Vebi: \Veiner. Struuk uut—In Tuvkall 5; liv- Hellze! 3;' l>y Nixdorff S. Bases on Ijalls-r-mf Turkall 2; oTf Nixdorff :!. clutch hitter from the time of his purchase from the Elmira Eastern league club, was regarded as a very soft touch for lefthanders, especially the side-arm variety. "I guess Butch is hitting' southpaws nowadays because we use him against them," Menager Bob Coleman explained. "It's true that he hasn't seen many capable ones s6 far but. I'm not concerned 'about that. Th e re are not too v many of them in th leagur." Colcnian, however, is certain that Nieman's new batting stance has helped him. "He stoops over now and that enables him to follow the ball much better. The Phillies used a couple of lefthanders against us and Butch belted them hard." Now in the hottest hitting streak of his eight-year career in organ- ised baseball, Njeman can be depended upon to fatten his slugging average for at least the next two weeks. The braves have a 13-game stand against the western clubs on their own premises and the wigwam's spacious right field stand is an easy target for Butch, who takes a terrific cut at the bal! from the eft side of tlie plate. So far this season, Nieman has bashed out four homers. TODAY — THURS. 2~FEftTURES-2 Bogart TOffAVE Newark Advocate Challenges Authority To Make Deletions Yesterday^ REDS HOPE TO ^ BATTLE GIANTS NEW YORK, (AP)—The Cincinnati Reds, who have played but one the 'fifth "Webb connected for the circuit scoring Wiener ahead of him. Lineup and summary: Ja?kson AB R H o A •Scbarver. 2b .............. 42 2 0 0 Molilcr, ss .................. 2.1 1 0 \Vnits, :b .................... 4-2 3 4 Huffman, cf ................ " ~ 1 1 2 Brauclior, o ...... , ......... 3016 Frank, if ............... „ ..... 3, 1 1 2 Rohr. 3b ................... ..... J 2 1 0 Smith, rf ..................... 3-1 0 1 NMxdorff, p .................. * 0 1 0 TnUI? ............... : ...... 28 10 12 15 CRONE FURM1TURE E. A. ADELMAN. Successor day in the past 10, hope to get into action tonight against the Giants" ending V barrage of weather post- iionements. Tonight's game which sees Arnolc Carter pitching for Cincinnati against Harry Feldman, was scheduled for last night but rain inter- NEWARK. (AP)— The..- Newark Advocate Tuesday challenged the war department's bureau of public relations deletions in a story the daily newspaper published about a prisoner of war camp f.or Germans at Cambridge, O.- / The story, written by Staff Writer William W. Diehl, was submitted to the army for review' The aniiy made deletion's. The Advocate, disregarding the deletions, printed the original story under a note which s^id iri part; "The changes and deletions made by the arrny censor, in the opinion of this newspaper, are not justified. Since the information contained in the story in no way involves mil- tary security, we believe it should be printed as originally written."' The deletions were made at headquarters of the Fifth Service Command in Columbus. Col. Luther L. Hill, acting director of the war department bureau of public relations in Washington, requested that the newspaper explain why a signed agreement, to Bv The AfsoiMntt-il' Pies? FELIX .MA«:K1K\VICZ. Indians- Hit first Cleveland homer of season in 7-1 romp over Chicago. NF.NSOX FOTTJ2R. Browns—Held Washington lo three hits, one single up to ninth inning, in St.^ Louis, 7-1 triumu'n. fen-ed- Mapager Bill. .McKechnie, who started the season with an all-vigil handed batting lirieup, announced that Al Libke, for -whom the Reds paid $25,000 last year, will replace Gee Walker in right field, while Walter Fiager will play shortstop in place of Kermit Wahl. Both replacements, lefthanders, are expeot- abide by the decision of the authority reviewing the-story, "was violat- ed to take advantage of the short 1282 feet) right field boundary. Diehl in a letter replied that when he signed a form before entering the prisoner^, of war camp he was noi aware it was an agreement to print only what the army approved. The story compared the foot served to the Germans with food reported to have been served Americans in German prison camps, and also reported on certain camp conditions against the army's wishes. Diehl said when he signed the agreement "I was under the impression it was a guest list, or some kind of pass." NEW VENICE GARDENS 716 Lincoln Way. E. 'Dial 2-0177 Massillon * S D Y tp ITALIAN SrAUUETTl RAVIOLI—CHICKEN STEAKS—CHOPS AND SANDWICHES WEEKDAY HOURS—5 P. M. 'til 3 A. M. • SATURDAYS—5 P. M. 'til 3 A. M. SUNDAYS—12 P. M. 'til 3 A. M. CLOSED ALL DAY MOSTDAYS. Special Dining Raom for Weddinji, Fartitc, *ie. "Just Like Downtowp— Only Better" TODAY and THURS, *-rfM MICKEY RODNEY TONIGHT — 1000 .THRILLS! BRITONS FLOCK TO RACE TRACK Colonel HiH wrote: '•With regard to the general prisoners of war, there are circumstances when stories gathered within prisoner of war camps may seem to have no direct' military security land yet could affect vitally the safe- NEWMARKET, England-One of ty of our men held prisoner by the -,E largest racing crowds ever seen Germans. I do not know that your the Newmarket race course—and story will do so. but it can not be Mircly the happiest — saw Lord 'eft-to the individual judgment of " . . ~" *-.*• -_- A* *-x «. •-» r*i-\ or^nenit a^i viciTrtf t n Oil JlfTH V" NOW'S the Time to Install SEARS ROOFING! Derb's Sun Stream win the One i Thousand Guineas Tuesday as Brit] pns began their two-day victory •joliday. Sun Stream, a 5-to-l favorite, came from behind to win by three engths from Lord Roseberry's Blue Smoke over the Bunbury mile course. Mrs. Dorothy Pagers Mrs. Feather was third. ttRVKSl INSTAUATIOHI ARRANGED AND FINANCED! SIARS, ROEBUCK «nd CO. IS5 Lincoln Way. W, * Adams Traded PHILADELPHIA — The Phillies announced Tuesday that Buster Adams, regular left fielder, had been traded to the world champion St Louis Cardinals for two players. The Phils said they will get ir exchange John Antonelli. thirf baseman who last year batted .312 in 139 games for Columbus of the American association, and Gieni Crawford, who played shortstop fo Columbus in 1944 and batted .29 in 130 contests. Adams came to the Phils \n 191 from the Cards. He batted .283 ii 150 games for the Phillies last year REMEMBER LAST WINTER FILL YOUR ach accepted visitor to an army ost to determine the boundary lines f security and safety for our men." Diehl replied: "You state that publication of my tory might reflect un the treatnient f our boys in German camps. By etting the Germans know we are renting their men so splendidly. io\v, i?i heaven's name, could that make them angry and cause them o be more bitter? If I had related hat we were mistreating their men. hat certainly would be a horse of another color." The Fifth Service Command pubic relations office had no comment. Rams Sign Third Ex-Irish Coach COL. K.OBT. LEE SCOTT'S A Thousand Thrills With the Power-diving Aces Who Opened the Road to Tokyo! NOW—Thru Friday! SAT:—"I%L BE SEEING YOU CLEVELAND — With Tuesday's signing of George Trafton as line coach, the Cleveland Rams will be guided by three former Notre Dame stars in the National Professional Footbsll league next fall. Trafton played center for Knute Rockne in 1918. 1919 and 1920. Adam Walsh, recently named head coach of the Rams, is another formei nivot man of the Fighting Irish, while Charles F. (Chile) Walsh, general manager and brother of Adam, is an ex-Notre Dame end. Last fall Trafton served as line coach o;' the champion Green Bay Packers. .BIN NOW! With Your Rationed Allowance of Good Deep Mined Shipped-in Coals. BARNES COSHOCTON LUMP WOLF RUN LUMP OHIO NO. 8 LUMP The Peoples Coal Co. 227 3rd St., NW. Dial 7937 "25 Years of Heating Satisfaction" Lehman Track Team In Romp CANTON. — Camon Lehman's >] track team broke two records here Tuesday as they rout-ed Alliance. 109 to 9. in Fawcctt stadium. Lewcy Wright, speedy Lehman dash man. rah the 220 in 23.2 sec- oucK Thr previous record was 23.5. || Harold Ray set a new Lehman pole Vflul; record of 10 feet, fow inches. Lehman captured first? in all H even's. I McKinley Wins CANTON.—In an aii tight game at Mklcilebranch Tuesday afternoon. Canton McKiriley eked ' out a 1-0 triumph over MicldleVjranch. McKinley tallied in the first inning when Ch«t Destefano came home on a lielder'a choice. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT The Oriole Home Dinners 302 3rd St., NW., in Massillon Takes Great Pleasure in Announcing to the Public CLEMENTINE AND HER HAMMOND ORGAN In the Tiger Room Nightly, 7 to 11, (Except Sunday) FINE FOQDS AND ALL KINDS OF MIXED DRINKS Plan To Spend An Evening in the Tiger Room At THE ORIOLE HOME

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