The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 21, 1947 · Page 7
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, April 21, 1947
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1 ''',..•••• • .1 ''••'"'* : •' •- '. • '".'•'•' ' • . • I HartforiDefeats Owls 3-2 To Gain An Even Break Here Wild Pitch By Owcar Gives Chiefs Run Heeded For Win Deadlock Broken in Seventh Inning After Tight Bottle—Butler Team Will Oppose Owls at Stadium This Afternoon - - . .. ^ By FRANK COLLEY • Sports Editor, Morning Herald A wild pitch by Eddie Owcar in the seventh innink of yesterday's game enabled the Hartford Chiefs of the Class A Eastern League to gain an even break in their two-game exhibition series with the.Hagerstpwn Owls, Manager Fred -Herman's aggregation winning by a 3 to 2 score before a crowd numbering close to 1300 fans. "Play Butler Today p t ;Thls afternoon starting at 2 I o'clock the Owls will engage the I Butler team of. the Mid-Atlantic I League while oil Tuesday they | will meet the .Amsterdam team of the Canadian-American. League at the Stadium. Up until the seventh stanza it was a tight contest, ea#h team having gathered four hits and a pair of tallies. Hagerstown's big chance" to | clinch the ball game came in the | fifth round but the much needed S base knocks were lacking. Again | in the "seventh they had a pair ol :| men on base with only one out but |. could not score. Five of the seven | hits they collected were of the § scratch variety. > ?| Patton for the Chiefs turned in ;| the fielding feature o£ the day when | he speared Owcar's foul 'fly *'Hh |1 one hand after falling to the ground | after a long chase. | Owls Score First | 'Hagerstown'tallied' first in the i| opening frame-after one out when f Percey doubled to short left and | scored.. when D'addario tripled to | the left .field • corner. Hartford | knotted the count in the second on | a walk to Mazurek, Buerger's sin- ! j gle to right center and.'Rambone's | single to left. ; ? The Owls ,went to the front again : i in their half o£. the second with Sec the NEW CHEVROLET for 1947 .'••.' Hoffman Chevrolet Sales Washington and-Locust St». HOFFMANS MENS WEAR IS N. Potomac St. Stetson and Lee HATS MUSEY & EVANS Seat Covers $14.50 up REICHARD'S GARAGE 24 -W Antietam St Phone it one away. Halvonick, singled into left and advanced to third on two wild pitches, scoring when Crumling flied to left. Rauibone put the Chiefs back the game in the fourth, clouting a 350 foot homer off Charley Miller who had replaced Poffenberge; on the hillock. In the seventh frame Hartford broke the deadlock after one was out with Owcar on the hillock. Grose singled, Archer fanned, Burkhart batting for Paulin singled sending Grose to third and he.tal- lied when Owcar uncorked a w£ld pitch. - , • ' HARTFORD ' Ab. R. H. O.A. Clement, ^l» S O 0 2 0 .. 33 2 72714 x Batted for Paullit in 7tk. xxBntted for Crnmlinjf in 71h. Hnrtforri . 010 10O 100—S HK K er«town . ...... 110 OOO OOO—2 Error*: D'Addnrio X Tprner 2. Run* hutfed fn: D'Addnrlo. Raniboiie ". Crumlinjc. T\v«> hH*e hit: Percty. Three l.nxe kit: D'Adrilnrio. Home run: Rnnihone. Double playa; D'Ail- dwrlo, Torner to : Jennl«; Torner. JD'Adilnrh* to Jennlii. Left on ha»e«: Hurtford 7: Ha K ernibfTn 5. Bnse on bBU«: o1t Poffeiiberrer 1. Miller 1, Owc»r L.StruAc out: by Poifenber- fff 1, .F«i,!ln 3. Miller 1. Owcar 6. Shrebrfu l. "HltH:. off Pitnlin 4 In 8 • •mimes: Ponfcnherjcer 2 In 3; Miller 2 in S; O^ronr S in 3: Sheehnn 3 In 3. «it »r.Pitcher: BMergrer br Owcar. Wild plicae*: P« w lln 2. Owcnr 2. Winnink pltcherr P mil In. Loslnic Pitcb«r: O wear. Umpire*: Lu«hhau*li and IJftHtner. Tlw^ of irame: 2:05. .'EAGLES WILL PRACTICE The -Fraternal Order of Eagles is sponsoring a team in the'City Softball League this season and many of the outstanding players in this city have Signed contracts to play with' this team. Under the capable managing by Dixon the team is expected, to make an excellent showing. Practice is called for.every evening this week at 5:30 o'clock on the Reservoir diamond and ail players are urged to be present. _ . . .10 4.00 x 1* Extra mileage and extra •afety i» built into every Goodyear tire by balanced construction —and the best materials, ALL parts of the tire work together for greatest resistance to bruising, longest wear. See us and Go Goodyear to go iarthar, safer. EXPERT GOODYEAR WHEEL BALANCING GUTS TIRE WEAR ^ per wheel (unelt »ntrm coir for welfhlt) Out o( bclanc* -whteli caui* fast, •xcesiir* tread wtar . . . make steering difficult and dangerous. Save y°ur tirs-s, make drlring safer by letting us balance your -wheels now. SPECIAL '"TOE - IN" ADJUSTMENT $1.00 1 We'll straighten out thot* wandering wheels in a jiify—mak« them "toe the Bark" for longer tire • mileage and eciier iteer- ing. 'See ut today for expert, •accurate alignment GOODYEAR Service Store Cor. Balto. eV Locust Sts. Phone 470 Ladders Crowned Bowling Champions Antietam Fire Company League Will Hold Annual Victory Feed on Thursday The 1946-47 season came to • 4 grand climax last week for the members of the Autietam "League. On Thursday^ evening on- the Ma- pleway Alleys the roll-off for the second half was held with the Coats bping declared champions for the half, when they won two straight from the Boots. In wining the first game from the Boots the Coats put up the best game rolled in the league this year when they had a game of 998 and came back in the second game with 864.' On Friday evening on the same alleys the Ladders, winners of the first half met the Coats/winners, of the second half, for the championship. •' The Ladders proved to be too much for the Coats and proceeded to win two straight' games from them with scores of 831 and 926. Spalding and Henninger led the way for the winners with good scores. s The teams will meet at the Fire Hall on Thursday evening of this week for their annual banyuet at 7 p. m. All members are requested to be present. Errors Pave Way For Owls'5-4 Win Donovan Loses Control in Eighth Inning and Owls Score Four Runs •'••''• " ' • / Hageistowu made it four straight in exhibitioa games on Saturday when they outlucked the Hartford Chiefs" of the Eastern League, winning out in the eighth inning when Donovan lost : control walking four Owls and setting the stage for the locals to score four times without making a hit, two errors sending across the winning markers for the locals, the final count being 5 to 4. - . , Bumstead, Curtis and Schultz shared hurling duties for the Owls while Manager Dorman split the work up .between three-"men with Forline starting and' Martin and Donovan finishing up. ' Hartford scored three times in the fourth round off Curtis when Mazurek singled and .his blow' was followed by base knocks by Kunde and Rambone.' Mazurek scored on a twin killing and then Archer parked-the ball over tHe. : right field .wan." . •,-:: ; •-. .. , . ;. .•• •. •. , They .added another tally in the fifth when Burkhardt doubled and tallied after two were out on Kunde's single! Score Hartford .. 000 310 00.0—4 9 S Hagerstown .. .000 000 14x—5 6 2 , JForline, Martin, Donovan and Archer; Bumstead, Curtis, Schultz and Crumling, Kantor Phillies Trounce New York Giants New York, April 20 (^—Pounding four pitchers for 16 safeties, including home runs by Jim Tabor and Andy Seminick, the Philadelphia Phillies trounced the New York Giants, 10-1, before 13,655 fans today. Schoolboy Howe hurled his second straight triumph over the Giants, losing his shutout in the second inning when Willard Marshall rapped him for a homer. Two big innings sewed up the game for the Phils who made it three in a row over the Giants. Tabor's and Seminick's homers highlighted a five run fourth inning while Rowe's double with the bases full climaxed a four run spree in the eighth. PASSENGER TIRES $1.75 Down Convenient Terms B. F. Goodrich Store 26 \V. Franklin St. Phon« MB« TOILETRIES FOR MEN macculine correct * Hotel Altxindcr IWf. HAGERSTOWN, MD. Have Your Oil Changed For- Spring Let us put your car in order for spring. Car Washing, Polishing. Lubrication. Gulf Service Station R. C. SELLMAN 37 N. Jonathan St. Open. 7 A. M. to 9 P. M. Dally Sundays 8 A. M. to 1 P. M. Ha vrede Grace F1RST—J2.600; claiming 4 y«a r and uy; 6 furlongs. xaCateyes 111 xSparron-* xSon Altesse 113 Point • in G1 ,?, be 'JI"b Scotch lie Trotter us Light ' . Double Risk 1J1 Landing llg Taking' xT!*er Bess 106 Ways US xHi*h xbMaKic Standard 113 Heels lOS xPrinces* xaUun Bud Tide 106 Run 113 xbRed xTuJan 113 Vulcan 116 Carlatei-a 113 aMarshack and Pfitorio entry bBlackman and Shapoff entry. SECOND—?2,500 en; 3 year; 6 Dobbin 120 Be Proud 120 xJohnnie C. 115 x'Rockwood Betty HO Gray Beer 120 Brunch lin Dusty Devil 120 Hal Jordy 120 Sun Prince 120 aSehlhorst and ; claiming-; maid- xBay Orders 115 aSebo 120 Reraler 115 xKepengr no aFoollsh Bid 120 xSmart • Start "Way^ood Girl 115 115 .Tones entry. xFaSr Call 113 THIRD—J2,500; claiming; 4 year and up; 6 furlongs. xPappy Boy 111. aDunde Fast Talk 11?, aVeteran -US Be , ft , Cloud 106 Lark-mead lie xBosley 113 xRoyal Bloodhound IIS WhirU 111 xBetty Twig- 106 xJu»>t Great 111 Little S*' 1 "?. Action 106 Shift . us Black xA f;ch J J • • Knigrht US McDonald 113 aBonuoma and Taney entry. t FOURTH—?2,500; maiden; 2 year fillies: 4% furlongs. Terminal Leave Whirling Girl Jean Jean xTandis Fresh Breeze Honor Bound • Kandy Comfort 117 Heaven Hill 117 117 117 '117 112 117 117 Zola. ji7 xt>ela Sands 112 Shado 117 117 117 112 117 FIFTH —i J4.000; Allowances; 3 year; flllies; 6 fudbngs. In the Pink 119 xaDevil Oberod Muti Dance xPonnie Egret Harmony- Hope Miss Pleat xFeather Briar Abbe's First 110 113 May Care 105 - --- L'H«ure no Gwyn no xDecoupage 105 Coral Star 110 ' ailrs. S. M. PisLorio ahtrv. SIXTH—12,500; and up; 1 1/16 Lord Hairan HE xMiss Kalola 105 Neutrality 116 Irish Echo 118 Diomint lie xThe Scoun- . drel xEleventh Hour Noah's Choice 111 111 ; claiming:; 4 year miles. Spanish Point ill Tatu . nff xAVhosaidit 106 xWild Apent ill xRun Pretty 114 Rough Amos 118 xTeddy Smart 106 117 Lee in 111 116 111 122 111 111 SEVENTH year and up; New Flame Saxonian xElectric Balloon xHawkwood Aress Loudon Boy xChance Fair xMerry ,. Elgin ' Golden- Message EIGHTH—$3,500;..claiming-; 3 year, and up; mile and 70 vards. ilaryknoll 120 Somewhere 112 xPatty Knot 109 Lag-alla. . 118 xCrater Lake xConilass — 12,500; claiming; 4 1 1/16 miles. xGinoca ill xCaffeine 111 Toonerx'ille 119 xGallant Doc ill Imperious- l Fox 122 xNew Chum 111 xBuck Thirteen 111 106 104 115 109 109 Tiresome 109 Brevrome 116 Dover Road 115 Ha.iranet.te •'. 112 Telephone Girl . 114 pounds apprentice allowance claimed. Track last. Firat post 2:15 p. m. • Yankees Sweep A Pair Of Mackmen Philadelphia, April 20 (fl>)— The New York Yankees swept,!, doubleheader with the'Philadelphia Athletics today, copping the nightcap 3-2 in ten ihningB after' winning the opener 6-2. Buddy Rosar's homer in the last of the ninth deadlocked the tecond game but Tommy Henrich'B double with Phil Rizzuto aboard prorided the winning Yankee run in the tenth. A crowd of 33,446 saw Jo« DiMaggio, starting for the Yankees for the first time this season, hammer his first homer of the year in the third inning of 'the opener. Two mates were aboard at the time and the Yankees 'retained control Xew York ..... 2 OS 001 000— fig 2 Philadelphia ... 010 000 010 — J 9 2 Chandler and Robinson.- •. Floras, Savage, Dietrich and Guerra. York ..031 000 000 1—3 9 0 Philadel. ... 000 001 000 0—2 11 2 -Tohnson and Silvestrf. ^larchiidon and Rosar. SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE The Sunday School League came to an end last Tuesday evening with the rolling of the annual men and women's handicap games. A good turnout was had with the women winning as usual. The grand climax of the league will be next Tuesday, April 29. when the annual banquet will be held at Grace U. B- Church at 6:30 p. m. Prizes for the winners will be distributed at this time. 'i and Boy*' Sport & Loafer COAfS $12.95 to $23.95 $• 7.95 to »10.95 Men'* and Boys' TROUSERS all shades Men's *5.95 to $12.« Boys' $2.95 to | 6.M RudUiH & Wolbcr 19 W. Franklin St. Ph. 3650-M Protect Your Car with FENDIX AutomobiU Underbo^y , I Protective; Coating and ; | Sound Dcadener. | CtlOfor Frt« Estimate 1 I Hew Auto Body Wk». I 509 Frederick tt. Ph. $074 1 Red Sox Win Streak Ends Mosterson Hurls Three- Hit Ball as Nationals Beat Boston 3 to 1 Washington, April 20 (/P)— Walter Masterson's three-hit pitching checked the winning streak of the Boston Red Sox today' as Washington pounded Mel "Parnell 'for three runs in the first inning and a 3-1 victory before 28,433 fans. Parnell, making his major league debut, permitted the Senators to cluster three of their seven hits in the first inning. Coupled with a walk and an 'error, those three singles produced Washington's onlv runs. ' 21» v.l >" ork » UII H. O.A. -I O I) 1 •• - 1 ° » i' " .1 | .. 2 -. 0 o 0 u j •• • 3b :t H o r> 300 0 Jnli>i»ofi. |i u it o 0 o xCoodmrtM 1 0 o 0 0 Toti«L« ........... i • xGrounded out for I C«»e, if I>ewl*. rf i :t ui TI n*-l! In 8<h. H. II. O. .A. I l> 4 I) f) . . ....... Venion, 1 h .... TmvlK. 3h . ..... Prlrtily, . 2l» ... v Ch rim tm mi, *• Kit-am, ,- ....... Ma«trr««>n, p .!.. I i I i I 0 0 O O ... 4 0 » 7 ^ 4 » 1 0 2 • ....'{ w i :i ' i ... :< o o i. it — -A n -j. :i o — ~ o o ••.•>. Kicker's Handicap Staged By Golfers Walter Pollard and C. K. Stonebraker Retur n e d Winners With 72 Scores Yesterday afternoon over the Fountain Head Country Club course a 'Kicker's Handicap match vas staged with Walter Pollard and C.K. Stonebraker being declared winners with scores, of 72. The former had an 85 score with a 13 handicap which netted him his 72 while Stonebraker scored a 79 less a 7 handicap. Clarence Steele, had low. gross for the afternoon with a 73 which was only two over par 71 'and Bill Clausen shot his usual low score. In a special grudge match Prank Kelley was defeated by Dr. Dovey by a 5 and 4 score while Frank Kaiss had an eagle 3 ou the par 5 495 No. 5 hole. Larry .'George went from tee to. rock to .tree to get a birdie :i'on the No. S hole. American League v Yesterday's Result* New York 6-3, Philadelphia 2-2. Washington 3, Boston 1. SI. Louts : Chicago cold. Cleveland-Detroit snow. . ...... 300 0<X) OO.V—:{ Krrom; Ha.rex. ChrUinimi. H«,iix hatted in: Spettce. \>rnon, York. I wo feme fcll: EVMII». Stolen I>MXJ-*: Ca»*. Lt^vU. SaoriflctK: MaKterKoii Double LUy.t A^rno,,. Chrl»tm»n • ad Manter«on. Left n» bM«e«: «o«~ to» 4; AVMNklairton B. HMHCK o «i bull*: Parnell 3. M»*tcrman • 2. Strikeout*: JUitertan 3, Parnelt ? t .lohnxoii 1. Hltm; off PiiriteH « In 7 InnlnKK- Joknaon 0 in J. Lokliifc |>ilc-hcr: I'«r- nell. Um|tfren: \\ r enff;r. Hiilihnrd »n«1 - Time «f (smut: 1 :<U. \t- HIGH TOSSERS TO OPPOSE SMITHES This afternoon the Hagerstown High baseball team will go into action on the Potomac Street diamond, entertaining the Smithsburg High tossers and on Tuesday they will have as their opponents the •Montgomery-Blair nine. Little is known'of the strength of the Smithsburg team but since dropping their opening game the Hubs have been put through several stiff workouts and prospects are bright for a much improved team taking. the field this afternoon. • WILLIAMSPORT TO PLAY ON TUESDAY "With a record of one victory and one Defeat the Williamsport High School nine will have the' Shep : herdstown High- team as their opponents on Tuesday afternoon on the "Wllliamsport diamond, the contest getting under way at 3 o'clock. Coach Doub has not as yet announced his starting battery but no doubt he will send Cole at the West Virginians. AP Sports In Brief Sidney B. Wood, former tennis champ suffered scalp wounds when he fell one floor down an elevator shaft in his laundry. . . . Leaders in major league and' professional and college football will gather at a dinner in Philadelphia to honor a radio sponsor. . . . Wheel-chair veterans will take part in a four week national bowling tourney starting today Ike Williams continues his fighting tour of the country at Columbus, Ohio Friday night meeting Willie Russell in a non- title go. . . . Aggieland pays tribute today at the shrine of the symbol of the fighting spirit where Reveille, a little dog is honored with a granite memorial "T" at Texas A and M College. .... The executive committee of the National Boxing Association stated that it will approve a heavyweight title bout between campaign Joe Louis and Jersey Joe Walcott. . . . Philadelphia is after the title'shot and has offered Louis a $200,000 guarantee. Columbia is the only South American country which has both Atlantic and Pacific coasts. Wouldn't You Like To Start Like This YOUR CAK is FOR A HAPPr VACATION/ PROMPT SERVICE ON all MAKES of CARS Direct Factory Dealer Chrysler - Plymouth 55 E. Baltimore St. Phone 827 SERVICE ENTRANCE en Locust Street The Morning Herald, Hagerslown, Md. April 21^ J»4T. ELEVEN* ^UUT sal"* , ' ' ' r Colley-SeerUm OF SPOtTS Standing . Chicago Boston . New York Detroit . •/..., Washington .. St. Louis Cleveland . .. Philadelphia . Won Lost Pet. 0 1.000 .800 .667 .500 .400 .333 .333 .167 Gamei Today . • ... Boston at Washington—Harris (0-0) vs,Wynn (0-1). Chicago at Detroit—Gove (0-0) vs. Newhouser (1-0). Only games scheduled. National League Yesterday's Results Cincinnati 13-3, Pittsburgh 5-7. Philadelphia 10, New York 1. Chicago 7, St. Louis 4. Brooklyn-Boston rain. Standing Pittsburgh ......... 5 Philadelphia 4 Brooklyn .... .... 2 Cincinnati .. .;.. 3 Chicago . v> Boston . . ... .... 2 Nev: York ....... 2 St. Louis ... ...-. 2 Won Lost Pet. .533 .667 .500 .429 .400 .400 .400 .333 Games Today Brooklyn at Boston—Gregg (1-0) vs. Spahn (0-0). & , " Philadelphia at N.ew York- Leonard (1-0) vs. Janesen (0-0). Cincinnati at Chicago—Peterson (1-0) vs. Wyse (0-1). Obly games scheduled. 'England "constructed her' 400- mile-an-hour Mosnuito bombers oC Balsa plywood. *•*» GARDEN TOOLS Get ready 1 early for.ronr •e«ion. £°f» -- .S««p K» k » • - • ;11.«0 »p Fork.* .......... . ».o« mo Fertiliser'»:.50 50 Ibk R. D. McKEE 42 N. DotomiM: — Phi 2535 Unless the, Boston Braves ship some talent to tho Hartford club, which just completed an. exhibition series with the Hagerstown Owls, Manager Fred "Dutch" Dorman" is "coing to find the road rather rough and rocky winning in the Eastern League this season. Hartford showed the locals some pretty fair pitching and their defensive play was good, but they; bave no power at the plate, but that seems to be the complaint of all minor league managers. this year. Manager Dorinau stated that he expected help from the Braves whenever they could send some help but they^are not going so good themselves right at : the present time. There are about 20 more players waiting at home for the Hartford manager to look over, and out o£ that group he may find a hittei ot Uo ,* .*•.'* Frank Dessau, former baseball star and one time manager of that good team sponsored ; by the York Chain Company, was a visitor at the park yesterday , and prior to the start of he enjoyed a real fanning bee with Bruce Connatser, scout for the Detroit -Tigers. Both played in the same league a number of years ago and some real tall stories were unfolded before the little session broke up. * » » Both o[ the sports writers who accompanied the 1-Tartford team to this city for their two day stand were loud in their.-, praises of Vic Baruhart, last season = at Albany. Both ROH .Alelcher of the Hartford Courant and Harold Ogden of the Hartford Tinties, stated that Pittsburgh will hang onto Barney as long as possible before turning hhn loose or sending him out " Questioned as to the popularity of "Dutch" Doiman in llaitCoid", both writers did not hesitate to state that Dorman has really won the fans over, especially 'after last season when he finished, in the first division with a ball, club that was badly suppled and. lacking- seives' re- 'Tuesday night wJien the BPO Elks entei fain-the members of the Hageisfowa Owls, wHich gatherinf ^ill be highlighted by mei showing o£ the worlds series pictures knd also several other reels which bring foith the ins and outs of baseball as well as the batting stars of the- game, iE is expected that the fiot- Stove League wilL be in full ses-' sion with teams of the past and piesent being talked about * and players recalled. This is an annual event for the ball club and the Elks and affoids the membeis of .the Lodge a chance to hecorae acquainted with al! of the playeis 1 ' * * • * Aics at the Stadium are being" put in place and no doubt the game this Satmday with Harrisbuis will be staged at night. Both^tbe contests scheduled-for the 'first? two- days of this week will be played as daylight games. It will be B'ut ler this afternoon and Amsterdam on Tuesday. '*'#,* , Whew, don't that glass giow. ,. .' Good Morning. FRANK COLLBI. LEE HATS INSURANCE ALL KINDS Save with the Benjamin F. Moss Agency ^ Howard J. Rohrer. Jr_ Asaofe Colonial Theatre Bldo,. Ph. US, • .\? * "tt\ ATTENTION MOTORIST! For a Limited Time Only We Will / Check the FRONT N END of Your Ca r on tKe NEW, "BEAR SAFETY LANE" Expert Awheel alignment, wheel balance " and brake service are inexpensive. Come in Today! Hess Auto Body Works 500 Frederick St. Phone 3074 FOR PLEASANT MOMENTS- PM presents the show that's Pleasing Millions! 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