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AP Sports In Brief Major League Baseball Opens In Washington Red Sox slugger Ted Willjams blamed a stomach disorder for hii hitting slump the latter part of last season. .. . Leo Durocher arrived in Los Angeles but had no comment to make to the reporters..,. . .' Delegates to the United States Security Council have been invited to attend the opening game at the Yankee Stadium. . . . Jack Maguire has been released to Jersey City by the New York Giants. . . . Chicago Cubs won the final with the the White Sox 5 to 3 but the Pale Hose won the series 4 to 3. . . . Wrestlers from little Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Ohio won the majority of honors at the seniors AAU championships. . . . Larry McPhail returned from a flyipg trip to Chicago where ii was reported he was trying to deal for a left hand hurler. . . . Pat Seerey's bases loaded homer gave the Indians a 11-6 win over the Giants. . . . After blowing a three rup jead the Yanks rallied in the ninth to defeat Brooklyn 10-9~. . . .'Maryland and Duke have entered'teams in the Perm Delays April 25-26. '... El'bie Fletcher, first baseman for the Pirates, suffered a possible frac-- ture of the right ankle' in a {jarpe with the'Columbus club yesterday. . . . The Cardinals took a lopsided game from th'e Browns 8 to 1, pounding a trio of Brown hurlers for a dozen hitj. . . . Detroit closed their exhibition schedule wjth a 3-0 win over Louisville. . . . Scoring a 2 to 0 win over the Phillies the Athletics rnade a clean sweep of the city series. . . . Bruce Woodcock and Joe Baksi finished heavy training for their battle on Tuesday with the winner perhaps getting a ihot at Joe Louis's crowru Baltimore was handed their second shutout by Washington yesterday the Nats winning 3 to 0. ... Homers by WiMjarns and York failed to get a win for the Red Sox in their game with the Braves that ended in a tie. . . . Lee Handley was handed his release by the Pirates and caught on with the Phijlies. . . . Ciricy closed their spring training grind with a 6-i win over the Indiana- poljs club. ... An examination of Fletcher's ank|e disclosed it to be a bad sprain instead of a fracture. Yankees Playing Senators In Only Game, All Play Tuesday Boston Red Sox And St. Louis Cardinal* Installed As Favorites—Many New Surprises For Fans During Summer Months New York, April 13 (/P)—The major league baseball season opens tomorrow in Washington to the vast relief of all concerned, giving the noble athletes a chance to elbow Larry, Lippy and Happy into the background. From now on the emphasis will be on "conduct beneficial to Baseball" and the rjiost important story each day until October will be the league standings. After tomorrow's solitary Presidential preview between the New York Yankees and Washington, all 16 clubs will swing into action Tuesday, No Manager Named What promises tu he the most interesting campaign in many seasons has been overshadowed in recent days by the rumpus between President parry iVjacPhaii of the Yanks, and Manager Leo (Lippy) Durocher of Brooklyn. Flatbush is still reeling from the stunning effect of Leo's season-long suspension by Commissioner A. B. (Happy) Chandler. Although President Branch Rickey hasn't recovered sufficiently < Mountain W at LM to name Leo's successor the season definitely will open in Brooklyn and in every other big league town. Chances are the average fan will be tickled to read more ajiput hall players and less about front office feuds.' Two months of spring training have produced the usual quota of surprises but none created such a stir as the promotion of Jackie Robinson from Montreal to Brooklyn. Robinson, the first Negro in modern major league ball, will open the season with the Dodgers possibly as the starting first baseman. Nobody expects, him Lo approximate his sensational ".340 year with Montreal, but many astute baseball men think lie can make the grade. Ped Sox and Cards Another precedent '-<is shattered when the player pension became effective April 1. After five years of big league play, an atUiete draws ?50 monthly upon retirement with a higher scale for added years of service. Qther benefifs. such as ?25 weekly spring'training expense money, have'been granted to the players. Exhibition ganies have revealed nothing to shake the genera] be lief that the St. Louis Cardinals and Bpstqu Red Sox are heading toward another world series da^e. Joe Cronin has come up witV some new pitching help from rookies Mel P'arnejl and Fritz Dor ish to augment a sound staff. Pow er remains the basis of the Bpstpn club'and, with Ted Williams appar LEE HATS MEN'S CLOTHES DIRECT TO YOU • CONCORD• 153 S. POTOMAC ST., HAG. ently headed for a great season jiiiiMiiiiiiiiinn iiiiuiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiliu niiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii in- I LINCOLN-MERCURY | I Sales <£. Service | IBURLESON MOTORS! I 125 E. Baito. St. Ph. 46361 •JlltllllllllllniiliHilutlililniliiilri.iiiilliiilMiiiiinmil ALL KINDS Save with the Benjamin F. Moss Agency Howard J. Rohrer, Jr.. As»oc. Colonial Theatre Bldg. Ph. 538 there 1 is nothing to fear in that di rection. Detroit and New York are gen erally expected to be the contend rrs although neither figures to have enough unless the Red Sox stumble badly. The Tigers have not been able to replace Hank Greenberg ? power-and the Yanks have been handicapped badly by the absenc of Joe'DiMaggio. The Cardinals are the class o the National, stronger than thej were last spring buf the conditio of Terry Moore and Whitey Kurowski hag been cause for some concern. Both veterans underwent off-season operations and ha.ve been slow rounding int shape. Eddie Dyer looks for definite pitching a|d from George Munger. Caseys Booking Practice Games The KnjgMs of Columbus soft- bull teajii w'jll 'pjay the High Street Marketeers a practice ganie tonight: op the Reservoir diamond and'players'of both teams are urged to be on hand promptly at 6 o'clock. On Tuesday evening the Caseys will play a practice game with the UagersLowu ice Co. team on the City Park diamond starting at 5:4& o'clock. Thursday evening at Hie City Park the Careys will play the Hagerstown Gas Co. at City Park with game time at 5:-55 o'clock. Teams desiring practice games for the week of April 22 are asked to contact Managers B. Ryan and R. De- Flage at the K of C home. Owls Defeat Sunbury 1.3-11 Yankees Unable To Do Anything With Slants Of Miller And Poffenberger By FRANK COLLEY Sports Editor, Morning Herald Slightly over 1400 fans took heir first look at the squad Manager Griffiths of the Hagerstowu Owls has had in training for a week yesterday afternoon at the Stadium when Sunbury was de- 'eated in a loosely played contest jy a 13 to 11 score. The win evened the series count as the Yanks won on Saturday in Fred- Independent League Opening Season On May 4lh, (losing On August 24 The Morning Herald, Hagerslown, McL 14. l»17. NINE Vets Work Well But for the short appearance and quick exit of Jim pimitriadis on the hillock for the Owls Sunbury would haye had a hard tjme even getting in the game, as it was the Owls' portsider was plenty wild and was hit hard after an error by Williams got him off his stride. Charley Miller, making his first start in over four years, worked the first three frames and gave up a pair of hits without being scored on. "Boots" Poffenberger worked the final three innings and gave up a pair of hjts and would not have been scored on but for three mis cues in the eighth frame. Four Players Released As Three From WiMiams- port Arrive In Camp L;ue yesterday evening tliree infielders sent liere by tlie Williamsport club o£ Uie Eastern League checked in at baseball headquarters at the Hotei Dagmar, the three being George U'addario, a second baseman; Jennis, a left handed first baseman and lliilvonick, a third sacker. All three of ihe players will be out for drills today and while they wire checking in 'Manager Griffiths let the axe fall on a quartet of players, pink slips being issued to Polljcli, Detweilder, Floyd and Ziipaaovjch. Pitcher Owcar Avired Owner Sterling that he was on his way here and although the boss of the Owls has wired- int'ietder Shaffer as to when (hey can expect him to report, nothing has been heard from the former shortstop of the Hartford clubi Practice today and Tuesday will include batting and also setting np defensive pjays. On Saturday the Owls were on the short end of a run scoring spree in their game with the Sunbury Yankees played in Frederick, the final score of that game being 32 to 18 with Sunbury collecting Ten Teams Will Play A Split Season With First Half Ending June 22 The schedule for tjie ten cluh Independent League has been ratified with the'season opening on May 4tli and closing on August 24. The season will b'e played in halves with the first half ending on June 22. July 13 has been loft open for the staging of an All- Star game. Opening dates show Funkstown at Hancock, Uapiand at Middleburg, West Km 1 . A. C. at Boons- l)oi-o, Sharpshurg at Smilhsburg, and Wil'liamsport at Somh Kud A. C. Tlie following Sunday all of the other teams will have openings. The schedule: .11 ay •) i |i (i a plain] ar illdcilebiirf;-. West Kw[ A. 0. at Ki>"nsl.uro. Sliarpsburg at .Sniitli^biii'g-. Wl)Hamspori. at South End A. r.. .Hay I I Hi Boonsboro at WHlianihport. •Smit hsruirg- at flaplan. MlddlelMii'K «t 'Hancock. Somh KiulV. <;.Vt"\Vo.s'tV:m] A. C. l ; 'n nlistovvji ;u \ViHiainsprirl West End A. O. ai .Similishiirg-. fiaplanil at Bootislmro. Hancock at South End'A. r. Middlebnrgr at Hh;n-ps|mrg. Williamsport at Wes- Kjui A i 1 Smitli.sbm-K- at South Knd A.'d a{ Hancock, at Oapland. May :i()di V Eiivliilny) Middlebui'jf at Rooii'sboro. fli.plami at Fuitkstovvii. South Knd A. <,'. nt Sliarpsburg- Hancock at W»>.st Knd A. C. .Ill in- I vi \\'iiliainsnurt. at '.Midtll^burjf. Sinit h.sljiirg- at 'Hancock. Bnoiibhoro' at ' Sharpsh'nre- U-;..st. Knd A. f'. at d'aplan.1. South End A. C. a_t irunksiuwn. Hancock nt AV ill lams port -Middloburg- at. Sinithsburg'. .Sliarpsbiii-R ;U West End A. C. at Boonshoro. Gaplanci ai South Knd A. C. June ir»tk Williamsport at Sharnshurg. SmUhsburg- a! 'Boonsbont. Weiit End A. (J. at Fuhksiuwu. Sou ill Knd A. (,'. at Middle burg". Ha n rock at Gaplaml. I u ne IT'^iitl (KinlKh ol" FlrM ItmiiH Oakland at Wil]ianisriori. Kunlcstovvn u\. .Smit)j.slnirg p . Sliarpsburg at Hancock. » s Boonsboro at South Knd A. C. Middlebury at \\Vst End A. C. June til)tli Aliddleburg at Gapland. Boonelioro at West. Knd A. C. Smiibshurg- at Sliarp.snnrg. South End A. »:. at Wiiliamsport. •lujy -ttli Williainsport at Boonsboro. f Japlatid; at Smhh'ijlMirg. l-laniM>rk at Middlebnrn. Kiinki-'tovvn at Hhiirpsbnru. West End A. <'. al South Em! A. C. .Inly lijb Williiiinspori at FinH>s|u\vri. tfinit hsbury at West End A. C. Koonsboro at fiapland. Small End A. ''. at Hancock. .Inly I"ill Open date f'.r All-Star Game. .Jul) -Oth \Vf-st End A. C. at Williantbjioi i. South End A. «.', a". Smiilisbiirg. Hancock at Uoonsboro. fiapland at. ShnrpsliurK'. Aliddlchui'g av L'unjvSiown. -Inly -Tih Willianispori' at Smiihsbiu-g-. lioonsbor'o at .\liddlc-burg-. Pnnkstovvn at (jauland. Shar])sbnrg- at youth 13nd A. C • West End A. C. at Hancock. AuttHKl 3rd MIddleburjf at WilliainssporL Hancock at Sinithsburg:.. KharpsbtirK at Boontboro. <Ja'»la.nd at Wp.st Knd A. (\ l-'unkstovvn at South Knd A. ('. AngiiKt 10th \VilIiarnppori at' liaurock. Siiiitlisbury at :Middlehur>r. West' bind A. C. at Sharpsburg-. Boon.slioro at. f-'unkst'oivji. S'/utli End A. <'. at ("lapland. A UK-nut 17th Sharpsbtirgr ac Williainsport. Boonsboro a( Snijflishiirg-. KnnkstO'.vn at West Rnd A. <'.:. A)idd]ehurg at South End A. G. Gapland ai. Xniicoc'ji.'" .A,ipu,»t 2-{lli Williamsport at 'Gaplanrl. Smiilisliiirif at Fiinkstovvti. HaiK'f)c.lc at Sharpsburg 1 . Si null End A. (J. at Bpririk-fooro. Wf-Ht End A. C. at Midrilebnrg. THE Colley-See-Um OF SPORTS Garpe I-QPS? Affair During the game a total of a total of 22 hjts. of which twenty-two bases on balls were issued by the hurlers on both teams with the Owls drawing fourteen walks. The fielding gem of the afternoon was turne'd in by Browning', centerfielder of the Yank's when he speared a drive off the hat Probable Pitchers of Kvilkulka in left center that was labeled for at least two bases. Herb Ryan with a double and homer led the visitor? batting attack, although James had a good day with three hits. Hagerstown took advantage of Grace's wildness to put across their winning runs in the three frames he toiled on the hillock. Utica of the Eastern League will be the next attraction at the Stadium on Wednesday afternoon at 2 ox-lock. Box. Sl'.VUl'H V Ah. H. H. 0. A. Kishoo. s.x H 1 0 I) 'J Verili. *K t » o "i -j .In'niKN. Hit •! ^ « 0 i \V. Dnvt.s. a»i ....... were homers. The Owls gathered 16 hits, one being a homer. Fielding was sloppy with the Owls having six errors to five for the Yanks. Truman Will Hurl The Initial Ball Havre de Grace Entries FIRST—fL',500; maiden; 2 year; . Whirling Girl [ Ion or 'Hound Aviation Jean ,le;m Hy Request Monifieth FrPiieh F1 o \v e r Miracle Mysiic Rose 117 117 H7 117 117 117 117 117 Zoriel iMss" Pleat Strarlei Vixt-n Kept Mere "Miss An Phil Friendly Misa 117 1 !7 117 117 117 116 maiden; 3 year; 2 i) i i S I) 0 .', ^ ^ a I) HiTko>vItz, |f H llyaii'." 1 b" •< .M. It van. 11> ^ ItaniiKkf. rf 4 llnlmlil. rf (I Men's and Boys' Sport & Loafer COATS ' Men's $12.95 to ^23.95 Boys' $ 7.95 to $10.95 Men's and Boys' TROUSERS all shades Men's 55.95 to S12.95 Boys' S2.95 to S 6.95 Rudisill & Wplber 19 W. Franklin St. Ph. 3650-M York, April 13 (IP)—Probable pitchers for the opening day games in the major leagues "(won and lost records for 1946' in parentheses) : MONDAY American League New York at Washington— Sevens (16-13) vs Newsom (14-13). National League No games scheduled. TUESDAY American League Washington at Boston—Wynn (8-5)' vs H u g hs o n {20-lT)" ' Philadelphia' at New York— Marchikfon (13-16) vs Chandler (20-8) Detrojt at St. Louis—Newhouser (26-9) vs Galehouse (8-12)' Chicago at Cleveland — Lopat (13-13)" vs Feller" (26-15) National League St. Loujs at Cincinnati—^unger (2-2) or Dickson (15-5) vs Blackwell (9-13) Boston at Brooklyn—Sain (20-14) vs"Higbe (17-8) New York at Philade)p|ija-—Voi- seile (9-15) vs Rowe"(11-4) Pittsburgh at Chicag_o—Sewell (8-12) "vs Borowy (12-10} It is estimated there is about twice as uiuch nickel in the earth's '•ni-f PC; thcT-.^ i s copper, zinc and lead combined. GpOD/VCA Till YOUR TRACTOR TIRES M. On vis. :>!, Throniiy. WciigTi-i Prnhnni. p irh 'Cuta IK \ Hut t ril fur C race ii.yf;KiisTp'>y.v Po'pckV 2ti . '.' Chiofu. 'i;ii I'c-rcy. If Kiilkiilkn. :tl> >i»iic. ru \ViIIInmM. of I'ant'k. rf . . HrfnsUi. rf . tfnrifs. '|h'! ! Toriier. Neither Yankee Or Senators Figure To Finish Higher Than Last Year Washington, April 13 (/p)—The 1947 baseball season opens tornor-! row, and the nation's No. 1 fan will be right there to see that everything goes off properly. President Truman will throw put the first ball, and then (at 3 p, m., EST) the Washington Senators will play the New York Yankees in the year's first, game. All other clubs will wait until Tuesday. As usual at these openings, it will be about half spectacle and half ball game. Mrs. Truman will go along with the President, as will many "of his cabinet members. The Senate, with the unusual foresightedness, has knocked off work for the day. During the p re-game ceremony. House Speaker Joe Martin, Senators owner Clark Griffith and the Amy band will trudge to center field for the flag raising. Tlie Yankees finished third last year. a» ' the Senators fourth. The way things look now, neither can expect, to turn out much better this season—if as we'll. SECOND—?!',500 ti furlongrs. .\res5 Cook 112 In the Fink J17 a Farfa I in a 117 Sno"' Goose 11 1 Papete 11 7 Ocean Play 1-2 Redigal 117 Ringjingo 1 1 7 Stolen 'Melody 117 aCantvveil and Jackson entry. THIRD—n.500: claiming: and up: C ' ' SKim 122 a Brest 1->2 Orean Front 122 x Romping ' 11 J Tryont' I'l'l xi.acly Egret 112 Even Break IIS yaFlysblate xGa'lai v 1 12 116 xa Ha rnnier- f.ock •! all. G. Bed\v»--H entry. xRip Away Tanaro Briar Cy'i>e'r year 118 FOURTH— U. 500; mile a ml 70 yards. LJriiy "• and up Vacanct J 13 T-lnla need x.\lJbleto FIFTir—$10,000 added: 3 year ant up: '< furlongs;. George Case 112 Air Pafrul Kitchen Police 314 112 A1 e x i K The Shaker Soilure Treasury 11 112 11 102 EXHIBITION BASEBALL Boston (N) 100 000 010 OOU 200 0—7 15 I 'ioston I A) 0(H 001 OflO 000 200 0—7 I I •> (Clanie called at. eiul of 16th. dark- 'Spahn. l.anfra ncorii, G. Elliott. K'arl and Masi: Perrisy, pnlisriii, "X'tt- i<?r; AVjdniiir. Fine and M«:Gah/ Far- tee. Wag'iif-r. Lialiiincre fA) (1L> OOp 000—0 4 0 After a week os! training and watcjiiug tlie Owls in a pair of ex- liibition* games it is easy to see that several spots need strengthening up but it is early and replacements have started to arrive with more carded to come in before Hie Interstate League curtain goes up on April 30. It is the job of .Manager Griffiths to weed out his players, the good fro 1 ^ tlie bad, the ones who have a chance and those who have not. He works with the players throughout the drills and it is his job to see that they all get a shot at playing in a game or "two before passing judgment ou their ability as to whether they will help the cliU: or not. Quite a few of the boys have already shown that they are a couple of years off from Class B ball and from now on the scjuad is bound to be pared down. Experienced players are being shipped in here from Detroit, Buffalo and Williams-port und more are to follow. Wi|h tne arrival of Jennis, a left handed rjrsi' sacker, Manager Grif- jifths will have a chance to see what Ted Barfx can do in the outfield, a spot that ' s more to his liking than at first base. George D'addario will fill the gap at second base while Halvonick will have to battle for the third base job as both Kulkulka and Muhe have shov. r !i to good advantage at the hot corner. High! now a veteran shortstop is needed to balance up the intield and if Shaffer's finger has healed he should be able to fill the bill." At times the club appears to have good power but they are not as fast afield as thev should be, but this no doubt will.be remedied. A,ll |n all the Owls in their two games with Sunbury looked just as good as the Yankees. * * * With Elbie Fletcher injured just prior lo the opening of the National League season it begins to look as \t Hank Greenberg will be back at the initial corner, one spot tjiat he wanted to gel away ffom and remain in the outfield. Billy Herman may lake over the spot himself and allow Hank to stick in the gardens, but n official report has been received from the Pirate manager. *' * * Both Charley Miller a|u{ "Boots" Poffenberger showed that "they knew what it was all about during training season goes on both of these hurlers will improve. They work with ease and only when in'a hole do they bear down. Botti were working on the corners yesterday and were giving the Yankee .hitters Poffenberger broke over several "number two"pitches that bad Sunbury hitters baffled while Miller used a change of pace and threw the visitors off stride. Both Poffenberger and Miller win their share of season. * * * The "bi-carb" season has arrived with all of the fowling leagues holding their annual victory b&n- rjuets and for this week the Moose open festivities on the 15th, their banquet being foltoved by the annual banquet of the Major and Minor Leagues on the 16th and on the 17th the Commercial'' League wiij hold their feed. f * 4 It you didn't get tickets for |b,e opener in Washington today, don't feel bad for the Owls will open the season here on May 2. . . . Good Morning. > FHANMv COLLEY. Knerr anrl Manni'sn; Penniiiglba. ?oat and Kah,n, ' u'ini^ati (N) 02(1 101 110—G 10 1 Indianapolis (A) 000 01)0 l()0— 1 a 1 Eranit, Peterson, Wehuieir and l.amanno, Lakenian: Perez. Piatnick. Neeclharn and Poland. Philadefphia (A) 001 010 000—2 4 fl Philadelphia. (N) 000 000 01)0—0 2 1 Havage.' Foxvler, Coleman and Kosar; Judd and their turns on [he rubber. 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Left oil Italic*: Sunbury 11; HnperhtOTvii i2. Bnsc on bnlta: off >lHler 1. T'riihnni •1. J)iniltrjf»ili* 3. "Sn y'drr 3. Grace 8. Wrhicrc»iovJ<"li -. Poffciilicrjter I. Struck out: ]iy Ilillrr 1. Prnhnm J, Ohiiitrindis i. Grnirr 1. SnycJcr 1. I'olYpnhcrscr -. HitM otV .>I!ller - tn 'i i million: olT I)|n; itrinilfs 'f, in !:/:$:' off Snv<lcr 3 in 2 i,'.^ off T'of- fcnhcrpor - tu 3: <iff PrnTin'iii -t In 3: off Grwcc •"> I" 3: off "\VfiJKroiinv~t~li 2 hi 3. Hit by i>Url>cr: ?>y " Grace. Pnn«-K : . %Vlli) iiftcliew: >Hller. Grrirc. Sriydc'r. Pa»i*cri lu|l!.s: G'rccn. "\Vfn- Tiinp pitcher: Snyrter. I.o«lnc pilchrr: Grnrr. 1'mpircM: I.iisbhnnch n«'l ilJMiipr. Tlriip of pnmr: 2:-15. EXHIBITION BASEBALL New York (A) 005 001 001 — 10 12 1 Brooivlyii (N) 002 100 330— ? 10 0 D. .Johnson. Aridzoia. Byrne. Gtim- hert and Hourlc. Hobinpoti: Lnni- hurrli. Taylor. Barney. Kinp and Krt wards. Bluebirds Split In Exhibitions The Sharpsbnrg Bluebirds split even in their practice games over the weekend losing to Chestnut Grove on Saturday by a H to 12 score and defeating the Williamsport Wildcats yesterday 6 to 4. Both games were used as tryouts for young players just breaking in and the Bluebirds showed plenty of hitting power in both contests. In tlie game on ^Saturday Hoover. Brashears. Fournier and D. Grove worked on the hillock with Hoover and A. Grove behind the bat. For Chestnut. Grove it was J. Hammond and B. Hammond. Yesterday liohrer. D. Grove Fournier and Talbert toed the slab with A. Grove and Hoover behind the bat. For the Wildcats it was Brown. Kline. Domer. Hutzell and Wolford and Anderson. SIXTH—} 10.000 added: H year and up: *> furlongs. Pep Well * l!f> Westminster 110 Natchez 122 Prognosis iog .^ea. Snack i 1:. Lord Grillo 112 .\"e-.v Moon IIS Galactic 103 SEVEXTIf—?*,000: •! year and up: 1 1/16 -miles. 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