The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 3, 1947 · Page 6
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AP Sports In Brief Ken Menke and Jack Smiley, two of the original "Whiz Kids" °f Illinois have signed with the Fort Wayne Zoilner Pistons. . . . Ralph Hamilton, Indiana star forward, will also join the same club.- . . . Bruce Woodcock will 9've away 14 pounds to Joe Baksi in their fight April 15. Joe DiMaggio and several more ailing Yankees will be left behind to train when the New Yorkers break camp on Friday • .. Pauline Betz, National Worn- en s tennis champion, may turn pro in the near future to make a tour wdh Sarah Palfrey Cooke former U. S. Women's title hold^ er ---- Charley Bachman ended a ^ year career as a football coach to enter private business His last job was with Michigan State. . . . With three weeksuof spring grid practice gone Capt Tom Hamilton had a better idea ^w his 1947 Navy football team w)l! shape up and work will con- tmue with 120 candidates until Apnl 19 ---- Benny Gulp, coach - SaddleJ>als ScoreThird^traight^n^or Title Sam Hankey Features Attack ~~ Bowie intend ResuitT^peciTBrioiiP over | os i ng both Tom . James and Tony Adamle to Pro grid machines, but he hot ° v - southern school to lure his boys away. Sam Hankey Features Attack Of Saddle Pals In Winning City Champions Rally In Final Period To Put Across Well Earned Win—Record Crowd Enjoys Tight Game—Final Score 32-28 final period, Bud Messner's Sad,n« A 4-u r,- L „ Uncle John 's Cabineers 32 to 28 to I'amel y Basketba11 Lea * ue title * three straight For three periods the contest was a thriller and up until the middle of the final stanza it was anybody's game bam Hankey came through with a couple of double deckers mat put the Pals out front and practically clinched the battle Pats Play Well — IVok Martin once again covered Max Kendall like a drum head, allowing the flashy Cabineer guard but one field goal, while Aaron played well on the offense for the losers us did Reno Powell on the defense. . j As for iiie Saddle Pals every i member of the organization showed } to good advantage and all figured in the well earned victory. Although (he game . was rough in' spots the fans thoroughly enjoyed Athletics Lacking Power With Stick Fn.'elHiHls Luc! Walter Ir. O'Siilllvun Amperage- Petes (jold 1/oxJier Jaroline Ann 11C 119 108 Looks Elmer's Chance xSuint I'yrexvick iilack Bass Talu Vale Victory Aiken xBoris N SKCO.VD—12.500: Claiming; f and uj>; six furlongs;. (Angel Cholly Kemolee xM firry Klgin xWhitefoni Will xValrlina Stroke Gate yes Rebliiie Hero llfi 113 111 106 117 111 111 La (Hi Chat Hopkins U'alla S<:hley Anne N'clla Jones n:: ill in 114 i it; I OS nr. H'S our- 111 119 107 10X ins 7.20; Laffalla, D.' Pa ii K \n'{ ,'*";{'.2o! 2—Sea i'ilot, S. Mauley, -rj.tiO 16.20, r^.fiO; Fast Talk. ,J. Kive'u, 10.20 b.bO; Titian. S. Austin. 6.CO Dully lluulilr<,« ,, n ,| Son I'liot ]»aiii ni.iii for";;. :i—Thermakl, <_'. Kirk 7.fif> r, BO '••-0; Jeim .Jean, S. <}rav D •>()' <; 00 ; One Play. L. Haskcll, also. ' ' ' 4 — Vele, A. Ursty, ID.(id, [,40 :t r,f|- •M.itth" Harp. K. ,J. Martin. -Uo' s'ou'- Iremoi), D. }'ju« fe '«»u. ;uo. .".—Scholarship. .1. /•;«( rono 7 irt o.tiO, 2.x (i; Ariel So/i^ |> ]•'.,,;,,,:,, / 6.M>. 3.20; aAir Patrol. R. J Martin' •''s ,'. i ;V' lei ' t - A - KirkliiiMl. s.fin rfo ' natl " la( "' j{ - •'• -Martin Tn t> Lig-htly 113 THfnn~52.500: claiming; fo ••" and up; six furlongs. '.i I •*- t.* .1 ft I ,. Plenty of Opposition Will Be Encountered From Top Flight Golfers Augusta. Ga., April 2 (<P)—Thp Mh rr Mtion ' s en Hogan of 'their same for the mast- dprhv'nV"?'" 6 ! 11 ' the K entuckv deiby of the links, which begins tomorrow over the 0,800-vard -\ue "sta national course " " Writers and players alike are Picking Hosau as the favorite n the blue ribbon event. However Uee Benny will experience consid^ erable competition from such shot- makers as British Open champion Rnhh" y r n , ead ° f Iiot s [ )ri »ss, Va. ?efendi^ C c?IT " rlc * n ^^' "cieuuing criiampzon Herman Kei<? Dayton. O.. Hyron \VeIsoni n Little, former American :--.» British Amateur champ. Jimmv Demaret and others. ...Velson is somewhat of a question mark due to his lavoff trom competition and admits' he isn't Playing; as well as he should "be Or as he puts it: -j'm not pi "-" enough to win this one." it and one of the largest crowds of the season was on hand. Between halves Harold Carey was presented with th« sportsmanship trophy by Ed Kerns oi Kinney's Shoe Store and before the game the fans were entertained by Messner's Saddle Pals. Game Is Close After a first period in which the teams played careful ball and which ended with the score deadlocked at 5 all. each club opened i up with the result that the score | at half time was 14 all. For the first time in the same the Cabin- eers moved into (he lead in the third period and it looked for a while as it the series would be carried into another game. As the finul canto started the Cabineers led 10 to 18. Then the Pals went to work in earnest with the result they forged to the front for the win. Out of 23 tries from the foul line the Cabineers made but eight good while the Pals made six out of 13-tries. Call Infers Smith, f . . Aaron, f . Powell, r- Dofftemyrr. Rasorp. p Lineups: Stetson ancl Lee HATS MUSEY & EVANS 59 West Washington Street ~ " "' zz Dress Up for Easter SUITS - TOPCOATS - SHIRTS TIES.- SHOES John D. Myers & Co. The Men's Store of Hagerstown *v Hankpv, f T. \Viehle. f B. \Vieble. c D. Hankey. A they, g- ... Martin, gr .. . Mecz. c: " . . . 4 . . . 0 ... 1 . . . 1 . . . 1 , . If* <-<>:i N ' 2S Pt.v T° tals 13 6 32 Oflicial.'.-: Harper and Allen. How much will you give to save 17 million Americans from a cruel, painful malady and an untimely! wretched death? Your contribution to a $200.000 goal in Maryland helps the American Cancer Society erase this dread disease. Give today! TOILETRIES FOR MEN masculine correct ICODEMUS ~:- BANK HoUi Alexander BIdg. HAGERSTOWN, MD. The Potomac Mock Discour aged Over Outlook of Finishing Out of Cellar West Palm Beach, Fla., April 2 (/P)—Even Connie Mack is discouraged about the Philadelphia Athletics who look like a sure thing- to finish in the American League cellar tor the third straight year. Lack of batting punch is the most glaring deficiency in a ball club that won only 49 games and lost 10a m finishing 55 full games behind the Red Sox last fall. "I'm afraid \ve will | )e outhit by the rest of the teams," admits the 84-year-old manager. "Our pitching will be better and we will be much improved at first base and at shortstop. You can tell the folks we will have a team capable of playing good baseball but we don't seem to have enough punch." Mr. Mack, a thin toothpick of a man, remains the boss on the,Vs bench. Just the other day, during an exhibition game, he became annoyed at horseplay between the players and coaches and delivered a scathing rebuke that added up to "let's try and act like a ball club " Unfortunately for the gray-haired leader, the material is not at hand with which the Athletics might vacate the basement. Their infield is spotty, hitting weak and outfield uncertain. Packets Playing Tourney Contest The Fairchitd Packets will depart this morning for East Liver- poo', Ohio, where they will compete in the 23rd .-nnunl Tri-State Invitational Basketball tournament. They will represent Maryland in the tourney. As their first opponent, the FERA cagers will meet the Wonder Bar team from Midland. Pa., tonight at S o'clock. it is a "Quick death'' tourney, one defeat eliminates. Sixty-four team? from sixteen states will take part. The following players will leave by car from Coach Stewart Paxton's home this morning at S o'clock: Art Deems. Luther Murray, George Neal. Peie. Zimmerman Ed Bachtell, Paul Cleveland and Chub Keller. xRoya Favor Brook6 Ai-^n Menfeiiher Top Ho ins Hall an i DI (•'raijdma C Kr.j, Jack 103 11'2 IK! lift 11:1 Cap ur- 112 in 113 IK! 122 KOKilTH — U.OOO; three-year am! i'l>; six furlong. Oceania m l;nasi" of Uriuirlatir.ii US Love no Hramblf-ne 113 Charge On 105 xDauliers In* Belle ' ;iri 110 xWater Carolina Level Klnp m Little Rakemup 110 Peanuts xKdclie Bo Gee. Tody's Petee X u - K o Boston Ariel M ission Runaway Docdono'ugh 110 103 115 PIFTJl—$:;.ooo; rlaimiitsi; three- year and up; six furlong's Chamade 10S War Archive 120 Breakage US Orage 108 Rocket Shell H3 Dotty's Bull no Wellfret 105 Glorious Did lO'i Que Tee ]()"> xl-'ree Son !i:; Mary Bud 113 SIXTH— ?.•?,500: four-year and up; m Mr and 70 yard?. 1 - ! ' f ] > ' . xlcfi Dancer 104 Komery IIS Clialupa 105 '"•*! Ann 111' Valdina. \\ ell Repaid US Bina 103 . SEVKXTK — ?;;.BOO: claiming tour-year and up; one and one-sixteenth miles. liemfox in Mibill O 10!) 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The one Toledo hit was made off Ncwsom who pitched the last five innings, but he got even by knocking i n both the Washington runs with a pair of singles. BOSTON STREAK HALTED Dallas. April 2 (&)— The Dallas Rebels of the Texas league broke a seven-game winning streak of the American League champion Boston Red Sox. 7 to •!. in an exhibition baseball game today, Boston (A) .100 001 002—4 .12 *> Dallas (Tl) 000 320 20x—7 13 1 Harris. Zuber (6) and Wagner Alitzer. Dana (7) and Finley. FAVOR FAST TIME The Hagerstown Lodge ,of Elks has voted one hundred percent for daylight savings for Hagerstown and will have a representative at tonight's meeting of the Mavor and Council. a.Miller and Megrilli^an entry. xF-ive pounds apprentice allow"'•'" ^limnr-d. First poy;. •>, j,. m . Scholarship Wins Rowe Memorial Wins Bowie Feature Event In Driving Finish By Scant Half Length Bowie. Mel., April 2 (/P)—Sloshing through the mud for his first victory of the year. Scholarship from the barn of G'eorge G. Gilbert. Jr.. captured the ?10.000 added Rowe Memorial Handicap today in a driving four-horse finish. With a crowd of around S.OOO watching in the rain. Scholarship hit the wire a half length in front of Bobanet Stable's Aerial Song, while the odos-on-favnrite, Shamrock Stable's Air Patrol, was third. The photo Aerial Song, which closed fastest of all, a nose decision for the place, while Air Patrol held the show by a head over Mrs. George Smith's Gorget. Air Patrol, the S to 5 choice with his stablemate, Darby Dieppe, swung wide at the head of the stretch as he fought for the lead, while Jockey Jackie Westrope kept Scholarship on the rail as they headed for home. Air Patrol finished with a game bid well out. in the track, and Aerial Song, by virtu P. of the ground saved, closed with a rush for second money. Scholarship. 5-year-old son of Rhodes Scholar-Snooze, completed the six furlongs in 1.13 2/5, and paid ?7.40 straight. 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Showc r2?..~ 12.",- Soulh's Tav.—Savles 1^,2 U.1-3S1- Hock 132-::3:,: Melier 126 ' Fairchild—Klirnek U3-312- Harshman 711. 111. in.-:i33 ^ Park Cirrlp Tav.—Low in an 137- 124-33:;: ( ^Barnhart 1JO-349: "copciV- Rarnhar: nt>.fi3- Snyjcs' 15 G 47 • I.ovvinan 114.11: Harshman IH.-i. ' ' Prison Terms For Three Grid Fixers Prospects Bright At Williamsport Coach Doub Pleased With BasebaU Outlook After Three Days of Work Prospects for a winning aggregation at Williamsport High School this SCSISOH 011 the diamond are better than average stated Coach R. K. Doub after looking at his candidates during three days of practice work. There is plenty of competition for all of the positions and right now it looks as if the pitching staff as well as the infield c'om- bmalion will be tho bright spots of the team. B. Rritner will he depended on to carry the brunt of the catching and the outfield is a question. A fourteen game schedule has been arranged with the opening date set for April n when .Mar- Li:!sb;;,"ir is played on the West Virginia diamond. The season closes on May 2f) with Smithslmrg being played at home. Good Squad Out Aiding (,'oach Doub are Jackie ICreps and "Boots" Poffenberger. former working with the infleUlers and the latter with the hurlers. Candidates out are: Pitchers: Coir-, Anderson, Lowman. n. ]")rit- ner and Rider. Catchers: B. Britner and Weaver. Infielders: Hanna, Krep.s, Forsythe, Morgan, Kardley. Carter. Outfielders: Banxhoff. Bow- firs, Xave, R. Banzhoff. Powell, Mitchell and Higgins. April 11 — Marlinshurtr. away. April IS—I'oim.sboro. wway. April 22—Shf(iliRfd.sirnvn. "liome. Ajiri! 2S—Sinithsburs". away. April :',0—-St. .lanx's. hom<\ May 2 —Han'orstown. away. .May !i—.Shephffd.siowii. :t\vav. May 14—St. .himcs. awav • .\ij,y n;_H:iK'ftr.sto\s-ii. home. May 22—Mart inshurp. home -May 23—St. Marys, home. May 27—Si. M;irv.«. away. May 2fl—fimithsburf?. home, LIFE TO BE FILMED The Morning Herald, Hagerslown, Md. NINE Thurntlny, April 3, 1917. THE Colley-See-Um OF SPORTS Hollywood, April 2 (ff>) — A spokesman for President Herbert J. Yales of Republic Pictures said today that an agreement had been reached with Babe Ruth to film the life story of baseball's home run kitit:. MODERN BUILDERS, Inc. Dfs-iKners & Builders of Homes of Distinction Main at Mont Valla Ph. 1476 N e wbe rry's KEEP PRICES DOWN ! EXH I B 1TION BASEBALL 1 •" Toledo (AA) ---- 000 000 000— ft ] 0 Washington ,{A) OQO 001 Olx — 2 S 1 Scotr. Raney and Martin: Carey cu-som and Kvans. New York, April 2 C./Pj— General Sessions .Judge Saul S. Strcit handed out prison terms today to three men convicted of trying to fix a professional football title game after declaring they "attempted to destroy the faith and confidence of the public in American sports." Sentences of five -to 10 years were given David Krakauer and Harvey Siemmor while Jerome Zarowit?. received a n indetermi- j nate sentence with a maximum of j Ihree years. The three were convicted Maivh !>. largely on the, testimony of Alvin J. Paris, of scheming; with Paris to offer bribes to two XP.W York- Giants' back-field stars to lay down in their Dec. 15 National with Men's and Boys' Sport & Loafer COATS Men's $12.95 to $23.95 Boys' $ 7.95 to $10.95 75c OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. Beer -- Wine -- Liquors Your Favorite Brands MEYERS BROS. 401 W. Washington St. On the Corner at W. M. R.. R. ANKLETS OR REGULAR NYLON SOCKS BY *Ho.-;>rv Ltar!tr for 7j vrw NYLON REINFORCED TOE SHEER NYLONS $1-50 $1.75 & S1.95 INSURANCE . ALL KINDS Save with the Benjamin F. Moss Agency Howard J. Rohrer. Jr.. Astoc. Colonial Theatre BIdg. Ph 538 K Mil OILS WHM' TfCKHS V;<]dijst;i. <;a.. 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Latest Tools and Equipment Modern Service Methods Factory Trained Mechanics * * 237 FREDERICK ST. PHO NE 2674 Just before Manager Bunny Griffiths of the Ilagerstown Owls departed for Troy, Ala. to join the Williamsport Grays of the Eastern League in their spring training activities he stated that he expected to arrive back in this city either today or Friday and would most likely bring several players back with him in his car. For two weeks now Griffiths has been aiding George Detore in getting the Grays in .shape for their coming season and he has been right on the ground looking the rookies over and also working out himself. No word has come out of Troy, but then Griffiths was not one who writes often, so just what will come out of the Grays' training camp must remain a question until the "Skipper" arrives. One thing is certain and that is he will not come back empty handed and another is that he faces quite a lot of work when he gets here such as checking in the players as they arrive, inspecting the club house as well as the uniforms and seeing to it in general that everything is in order for the Owls to get oft to a flying start with their training plans. Last year this city gained wide recognition in softball and from all indications ihi.s ye'ir should be better by far. More and more clubs are being formed to play either league softball or independent games. On top of that the county teams are getting the spirit and there should be plenty of competition around if any team is seeking that sort of thing, it is too bad that the city does not have more and better playgrounds for the staging of these games and perhaps some of the civic clubs would do well if they could enlist the aid of some property owners on their side to allow diamonds to be laid out in order that, the sport could be carried on. 1 to get a little help from the other clubs working with the Tribe. Baltimore has started cutting down and they are dropping off. a hurler when they hit the Harrisburg camp, a youngster who is touted as having the makings of a pretty fair chucker, namely Dick Baxter. < Regardless of how the FERA Packets make out in the Tri-State Invitational tourney they can lav- claim to having played a whale of a hard schedule and while they found their stride too late in the season to establish any records they gave their best and asked no quarter in any of their games. The best of luck goes with the Packets as they enter the tourney tonight at East Liverpool, Ohio. Athletes will be trading in their sneakers for spikes this weekend except the boys playing softball— Good Morning. FRANK COLLEY PLASH.! All "finders" will be on the lookout for the description ol v 2!L r -l°- st - article in the Want Ads Harrisburg, one of the farm clubs of the Cleveland Indians, is bound GARDEN TOOLS Oet ready curlv for your gardening .season. 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