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ISTwrTffalmTrl'Yl"a''''l'l""l ' m ASBURY PARK EVENING PRESS (THE EVENING NEWS), FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1940 18 Philly All-Stars Back at Belmar The PhUadelphta Colored All-SUr. National Negro league representative, who probably set a new record for sustained bellowing at umpires' decision when they appeared at Memorial field, Belmar, on June 4, will be back for another crack at the Belmar Braves tonight. The first tussle ended In an 11-10 triumph for Belmar after a bitter 10-lnning battle, and the closeness of the contest probably contributed to the vocal effort of Manager Jake Dunn and his athletes. Other veteran In the Philadelphia lineup will Include Gene Benson, fleet-footed center fielder, flanked by Roy Parnell In left, and Dick Bea, new lug-ger, In right. Dave Campbell will play second, with rookie Larnle Jordan at short. Bill Cooper will catch, and the pitching starter will be picked from Jim Missouri, Henry McHenry, Tommy Thompson and Henry Miller. Manager Whltey Dreesin of the Braves may shoot his slim lefthander, Bill Sahlln, against the Stars, with Ed Delta or Dave Egbert catching. The regular Infield is slated to start, with Jack O'Neill at first, Frank Novosel, second, Ernie Smith, third, and Jimmy Oervan, short. John McOowan, Tim Adams and Red Klefer will handle the outfield duties. Olsen Wins Again In Comet Sailing RED BANK Larry Olsen and hi Spirit continued to hold way over the comet class boat on the Shrewsbury river, chalking up another victory yesterday In the Monmouth Boat club's annual July 4 regatta. Marjorie Moore's Marglo Too was second, five minutes behind the Spirit, and the Leisure was third. Ira Crous was first in the sneakbox class competition, with a minute ad vantage over Bob Meade's craft. Barbara Sayre was third. Edmund Bruce skippered hi boat to an easy win In the lightning class, In which Robert Bentley wa the only other finisher. Tennis Finals Sunday SHREWSBURY The finals of the annual Fourth of July tennis tournament, scheduled to be played yesterday at the Oen. R C. Van Vllet courts, were postponed until Sunday. City League (Continued from Page 17) on second base, Ellis went deep Into hi position to stop the drive, then picked himself up and threw to third to trap the running Carbo between the bases. This spectacular grab robbed Hoenge of a certain base hit. The box scores: City League (3) AB R H PO A Attardl, 2b 3 0 0 I 2 White. 2b 0 DeMarco, lb 3 Van Brunt, sf 1 S. Siciliano, sf 1 Monroe, c-3b 8 Palaia, cf 3 Applegate, If 1 Spence, If 1 Ellis, ss 2 Vltale, 3b 1 E. Hoenge. o 1 Arnone, rf 1 Eckert, rf 1 Hurley, p 1 Landfried, p 0 23 Wanamassa (?) AB R 3 6 21 8 1 Carbo, 2b 2 R. Bruno, sf 2 D. Hoenge, rf Catley, rf Hlller, ef .... Schlessinger, cf Olbson, c Belllscn, o . . . . Davison, lb . . B. Siciliano, Ma.vo, 3b . Smith, as . W. Desarno, Stoltz, p . 3b If H PO A 1 3 0 3 0 0 2 1 2 0 4 1 0 0 2 0 center, and Wood went down on strikes, but White aingled sharply to center to drive in King, and McOowan also cam across when McBrlde allowed the ball to roll past him, McOowan was the batting itar of the day with a double and a single in the first game in five time at bat, and three single and a walk in the afterpiece. The box corcs: (First Game) Norwalk Black Crusadtri (4) AB R H PO A E Treherne, ib 1 0 1 1 0 Collin, is S 1 1 S 1 0 McBrlde, cf 4 0 1 3 0 0 Byrd. If 4 0 1 3 0 0 Anderson, rf 4 0 2 2 0 0 Kelly, c 4 0 0 1 2 1 Plummer, 3b 4 1 1 1 1 2 Spearman, 2b 8 Ehelton, p 4 Applegate, 3b . . Frosch, 2b King, lb McOowan, rf-cf Netcher, cf-lf .. Wood, If White, ss Henvllle, c Olassford, p .... 23 2 3 18 5 1 Score by Inningi Wanamassa 000 0 0 1 12 City League 010020 x-3 Summary Three base hit Vltale. Two base hit S. Siciliano, Landlrled. Sacrifice hit Bruno. Hits off Hurley 2. In 4 Innings, Off Landfried 1 In 3 innings. Off Stoltz 6 In 6 Innings. Struck out: By Hurley 0. By Landfried 1. By Stoltz 1. Bases on balls: off Hurley o. Off Landfried 5. Off Stoltz 2. Umpires: Sullivan and Pyle, Hlnes Service 16) AB R H PO A VICTOR RECORDS STARS IN THE SIMMER NIGHT Tammy Doriry, Artlt Phew, (ilrnn Mlllrr. K'7 Kyr. Hal Krmp in othrri plijtng your fitorlte lono whrn ynu mint thrm on KM OHIIS. He bve all the Ulnt. FRIED-NIESEN Music Center SIS C'nnkman Ave., A. I. Al The Rlf Virlor Aim Open A. M. Is T. St. VICTOR RECORDS D 8. Slciliuno, Vltale, 31) ... L. Bruno, If . O'Brien, cf , Manclni, sf . Ulrirh, 2b ... Oable. rf . . . Bnscllcl, b . Corrubla, c . E. Huenge, rf Attardl, ?b .. AS 3 3 3 3 3 0 2 3 1 1 3 Clayton, p 2 27 Kmock'i FINEST QUALITY (5A1L AT NEW SUMMER PRICES Ton Nut & Shve $9.75 Pea $8.75 Buck $7.00 Rice $6.50 Reductions on 8 Tons or More HONEST WEIGHT 22 BAGS TO A TON AeB.C.CCO.L 1612 Munroc Ave. Phone 3097 Smith, ss Arnot, 2b D. Hoenge, If Davison, 3b . . C. Hoenge, rf Ormsbee, c ... Stoltz, sf Olbson, rf Van Scions, lb O. Myers p . . 9 18 4 0 Lumber ( 1 1 AB R II PO A ...2 0 0 2 1 21 1 5 18 7 1 Score by Innings Hines 00140 1-fl Smock's 1 0 0 00 01 Summary Three base lilt Basellci. Two base hit S. Siciliano, O'Brien, Oable, Clayton, Davison. Struck out: By Clayton 0. By Myers 0. Bases on bails: off Clayton 2. Off Myers 4. Umpires: Sullivan and Pezzella. Belm ar (Continued from Page 17) run off him. scored In the fourth, was unearned. The Blshw added their last two runs In the sixth. King was hit by a pitched hall, and McOnwnn singled him around to third. Netcher filed to Safe, Quick, Easy r n Way To Male Em look MUFTI MUFTI (fit 10.25. H.MVJ..Hi Cuarantttd NOT TO RUB OFF ECONOMY 5c-10c-25c STORES not srRiVGwonn avenue ASBIRY PARK 7 XvUmbrella 8'i IT. SPREAD Rust-proof rHw with varnkhml handle. Assort ed colors and patterns $2-98 IS-1 ,VhERE A INT MUCH TO SUCCESS- EXCEPT THAT YOU LIE ABED AN HOUR 013 SO LONGERj When you have a car of your own, you can take it easier in the morning, for you have your own transportation. The cost of a good used car is modest come in and see our lineup! The House of Tetley 17 Broad St., Red Bank Canopy Covered SAND BOXES V. y,,VJ(1,"",V'IC-ip(piv I fti.i,UJ( ajwiim Western hemlock with steel bottom mortised into sides to retain sand, rounded edges and corners with adjustable cannpv. Overall width 36 ", Length 36 ", Depth 5". In green and buff with matching canopy. Tf 36 2 8 27 10 Score by Innings Norwalk 00200020 0-4 Belmar 01000001 0-2 Summary Home run Wood, shelton. Two base hit McOowan, Treherne, Collin. Saerl flee hit Treherne. Struck out: By Olassford (I. by Shelton 1. Bates on balls: By Olassford 2, by Shelton 3 Double play Henvllle to Frosch. Wild pitch Olassford. Umpire: Schwart, (Second Came) Norwalk Black Crusader (4) AB R H PO A Treherne. lb 2 0 0 3 0 Collins, ss 4 0 0 2 2 1 McBrlde, cf 3 0 2 1 0 1 Byrd, If, 3 0 0 2 0 Anderson, rf 2 1 1 0 0 Kelly, c 3 1 1 g (I Fenncr, 2b 3 1 2 2 1 1 Baker, 3b 3 1 1 0 1 Newklrk, p 1 0 0 0 2 Freeman, p 1 0 0 0 0 Plummer 1 0 0 0 0 26 4 7 18 3 Batted for Freeman in 7th Belmar Bishop (9) AB R H PO A Applcgtite. 3b 3 1 1 2 3 Frosch, if 2 2 1 0 0 Olassford, If 1 0 0 1 0 King, lb 1 2 0 9 1 McOowan, 2b 3 3 3 1 1 Netcher. cf 4 1 2 1 0 Wood, rf 4 0 1 0 0 While, ss 4 0 2 1 0 Henvllle, c 3 0 0 6 4 Kugler, p 1 0 0 0 1 Woods, p 1 0 0 0 3 26 9 10 21 13 3 Score by Innlngn Norwalk 030 1 00 04 Belmar 3 4 0 0 0 2 x ! Summary Home run Anderson. Two base hits Kelly, Baker. McBrlde. Sacrifice hits Treherne, King. Hits: Off Kugler 5 in 2 innings, Off Woods 2 In 5 Innings, off Newklrk 7 In 2 innings, off Freeman 3 in 4 Innings. Struck out: Bv Woods 6, by Newkirk 2, by Freeman 5. Bases on balls: By Kugler 1, by Woods 1. by Newklrk 4. by Freeman 2. Double play: Collins to Frnner to Treherne. Hit by pitcher: King (by Freeman.) Umpire: Schwarz. Major League fr Leaders ff (fly Th Amnriatrit PrrsO National League Batting Dnnning, New York, .353; Walker, Brooklyn, .338. Runs Hack, Chicago, 61; Frcy, Cincinnati, 50. Runs batted in Dannlng, New York, 56; Fletcher. Pittsburgh, 52. Hits Herman, Chicago, 93; Dannlng nd Whitehead, New York, 84. Doubles Hack, Chlrago, 23; Werbcr, Cincinnati, 18. Triples Ross, Boston. 9; Camllll. Brooklyn, Gustinr, Pittsburgh, and Olccson, Chicago, 8. Home runs Mizc. St.. T.iils. 20; Dannlng. New York, and Fletcher, Pittsburgh, 11. Stolen bases Frey, Cincinnati, 11; Fecso, Brooklyn, 9. Pitching Monty. Chicago, 5-0; Fit-Simmons, Brooklyn, 7-1. American league Batllng Radrilfl, St. Louis, .358; Wright, Chicago. .354. Runs Oehrlnper, Detroit, and Williams. Boston, 59. Runs batted in Oreenbcrg, Detroit, 69: Foxx. Boston. 65. 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