The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 11, 1952 · Page 11
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Jayhawks Have Work Against TCU Offense KANSAS CITY GB—If Big Seven football teams seem befuddled by their opponents' plays in season openers next'week, you can't say they weren't properly briefed. Most of the conference coaches already have given their squads a taste of what to expect from the opposition. The Kansas Jayhawks tried out a defense against Texas Crhstian University plays. They concluded their workout Wednesday with a pass scrimmage. The Kansas State freshmen, using Bradley University plays, gave the varsity considerable trouble in a scrimmage. At the University of Missouri, Coach Don Faurot had his squad work on a forward passing attack against the Maryland type of defense. Both teams use the split T extensively. The University of Oklahoma, which is the only .conference school not playing an opening game Sept. 20, romped through a two-hour scrimmage with the second stringers defeating the first stringers. Three passers — Eddie Crowder, Buddy Leake and Billy Vessels—sparkled. Tqlmiiv Bratton in An Easy Decision Over Zaimelli DETROIT Iff) — As was expected, Johnny Bratton, a leading welterweight contender from Chicago, didn't have much difficulty winning a 10-round decision' over old man Ralph Zannelli at Olympia Stadium Wednesday night. Each weighed 150. The decision was unanimous. Referee Tom Briscoe and judge Herman Spinelli each, scored it 5743 and referee Al Goodman scored it 62-38 for Bratton. PINSPOTTER Georgette Davis at a Brooklyn bowling alley points.to the pin-distributing feature of a new automatic pinspotter. The machine employs electrical, electronic and mechanical principles, performs all pit services automatically. The operation of the contraption, which uses two sets of pins, is started by the impact of ball against pit cushions, in which a switch is installed. (NEA) Coach Dal Ward of Colorado sent his men through lengthy' drills, seeking to correct previous offensive mistakes. Halfback Ronnie Johnson was sidelined with bruised neck. , A reshuffling of the first tearn'Ovei' lineup featured the Nebraska Corn- buskers' workout. Among the .players who moved up were halfback Joplin Gains 2nd a'Straight Victory • . •' Bv The Associated Press apparently amazed that r caught it. Vitale took off from second and beat the throw home standing up. The '"victory gives Lucas, the league's top pitcher, a 25-3 record. During 'the game he fanned nine and walked only two batters. If the series goes the limit, Major League Leaden By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING —Musial, St. Louis, 331; Kluszewski, Cincinnati, .319; Baumholtz, Chicago, .318; Schoendienst, St. Louis, .309. RUNS— Robinson, Brooklyn and Hemus, St. Louis, 96; Lockman, New York and Musial, St. Louis, 92. HITS— Schoendienst, St. Louis, 172; Musial, St. Louis, 171; Adams, Cincinnati, 169; Lockman, New York, 161. HOME RUNS— Sauer, Chicago, 36; Kiner, Pittsburgh, 33; Hodges, Brooklyn, 30. PITCHING — Corwin and Con- his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gallagher Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Van Veghteh, Jake Koelliker, Mrs. Ed Wolf, Mrs. Charles Eichhorn and daughters Jo Ann and Nancy attended the Sechler reunion at Hiawatha last week. Mr. and Mrs. William Ferguson Jr. and family, Mrs. Louis Fink and children and Rosalie Taylor; Mrs. Vincent Schmidling and children; Mrs. Donald Schmidling, all of Leavenworth; Miss Darlyne Schmidling and William Schneider of Topeka; were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter »Fink Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pierron announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Anna Marie Pierron to Charles E. Higgins, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Higgins of Easton. The wedding will take place at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 4 a. St. Joseph of the Valley Church on Pleasant Ridge road. Peter Fink made a business trip to Atchison last week. There will be a P.M.A. meeting and election at the Junction School on Sept. 16 at 8 p.m. for Kickapoo Township. The Leavenworth County Farm Bureau annual township meeting will be held at the Round Prairie Community House on Sept. 18. at 8 p.m. The time for the Sunday masses at St. Joseph of the Valley Church have been change's, beginning next Brooklyn, 11-2, .846; Johnson, Bos-i*"-." an £ 9 ;- 30 a - m ton, 5-1, .833; Yuhas, St. Louis, 1 Mrs ' Fred Haas was hostess to . Joplin gained its second straight j Wednesday night's game will be Jim Yeisley, center Verl Scott, triumph in the Western Associa- the fi ; st of threc in succession at tackle Harvey Goth, end Jerry | lion p j a yoffs Wednesday night, Mnskmrpp. The final too sanies Yeager and tackle Don Boll. There was an unhappy note at Iowa State. A broken bone in his left foot probably will keep veteran guard Ron Swanson of Chicago out for the rest of the season. 'downing Muskogee. 5-1, behind the 'four-hit pitching of Frank Lucas. The two teams move 1o Muskogee for the third game of the a t Joplin. Dempsey Sees-KO Finish To September 23 Bout ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Wl — Jack Dempsey watched world ^^ hur]Tng.^The Miners'siugged heavyweight champion Jersey Joe Walcott work out for his title bout with Rocky Marciano Sept. 23, then pedicted a knockout finish to the night. Ford, who has a 14-7 record for Joplin. and Jerry Schultz, who has u-on 11 and lost 10 for Muskogee, have been listed as the probable pitchers. Last night Joplin again com- ix with Western League On the Final Day By The Associated Press " The Western League baseball Qut u hits> eignt of for ex _ tra bases. Norm Siebern contributed a triple, double and single in four trips and Jerry Lumpe got day night with the pennant winner still undetermined and three clubs in contention. Denver pulled into a tie for first with Colorado Springs Wednesday night by whipping Pueblo, 6-3. Colo- irado Springs' Sky Sox fell to Wi- Municipal Stadium battle in Phila-| hvo delphia—but he didift say who he I thought would score the kayo. j The hometeam got an easy Dempsey lost the heavyweight Jin the eighth when John Blan- _ crown to Genei Tunney in Mumc-jchard slammed a drivs to thej bu yf^g o ~^ o^'ginTtaciTof „ QU _ _ ipal Stadium 26 years ago. He has [Scoreboard while Pete. Vitale wasj th(J front runners a^j cou i d ti e f or j kee leadSi 2 -0) 4.3 j n JQ innings Omaha ' ]ost to sioux city, 13-3 the Lowemont Home Demonstration Unit members at the Community- House on Thursday, Sept. 4. Mrs. Peter Fink, president, presided with Mrs. Elmer Roach as secretary pi-o-tcm in absence- Mrs. Edward Powers. Mrs. H.W. Sachse, leader on the program "Be Wise with Your Buys", gave a talk on milk and milk products. Mrs. ' Elmer Roach, advisory chairman, made announcements of advisory meeting and of t h e County Extension meeting to held in October at Junction school. Miss Christie C. Hepler, Home Demonstration Agent, gave information- on clothing. Mrs. George jPennington gave the lesson T ington, 6- 0, 1.000; Shantz, Phila-jwere served by the hostess and 9-2, .818. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING — Fain, Philadelphia, .331; Mitchell, Cleveland, .325; Woodling, New York, .321; Kell, Boston, .311. RUNS— Berra, New York, 95; Avila and Doby, Cleveland, 92 Minoso, Chicago and Rosen, Cleveland, 90. HITS—Fox, Chicago, 172; Fain, Philadelphia, 162; Avila, Cleveland 160; Robinson, Chicago, 159. HOME RUNS—Doby, Cleveland, 30; Easter,. Cleveland and Berra, New York, 29; Zernial, Philadelphia, 27; Rosen, Cleveland Dropo, Detroit, 25. and delphia, 22- 7, .759;'Raschi. New York, 15- 5, .750; Gorman, New York, 5-2, .714. Minor League Baseball • By The Associated Press (All playoffs on best-of-seven basis) AMERICAN ASSN PLAYOFFS (SEMI-FINALS) Milwaukee 9 St. Paul 7 (Milwau-l Mrs. Mary Piechowiak. The October meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. H. W. Sachse. The program will be local interest topics given by special guests of the club. The Round Prairie Community Club held its business and card party Sept. 3 at the community house with George Pen- ningtori, president in charge. It was voted that new officers elected every two years. visited both fighters' camps in ^the, on second base. Muskogee's field-j the flag if Denver and Colorado Kd nsas City 6 Minneapolis 2 (Kan- S ames were en i° ved with prizes past two days but says he is "not er, John Joyner, made a scnsa- sp r j n g s j ose Thursday night going to do any picking of a win- tional leaping catch of the drive, ner." Ibut then stood' looking at the ball, HOW LONG'HAS THIS BEEN GOING ON?—Ewell Blackwell, left, and Johnny Sain, veteran refugees from the National League, congratulate each other on being headed for the World Series with the Yankees. They combined to shut out the Red Sox in Blackwell's first start. (NEA) Lincoln's Athletics pounded Des with Wichita in a battle for sixth place. The fight for fourth place is another stemwinder with Pueblo only one game back of Sioux City, a Shaughnessy playoff berth hangs in the balance. Al Neil drove home Wichita's winning run to drop Colorado Springs into a tie. With Mike Colombo on first, Neil smashed a long drive to left center. Vic Fucci Sky Sox center fielder, crashed into a concrete wall just as he grabbed the ball. He dropped the ball and was knocked unconscious for several minutes. Colombo scored from first. Thursday night's games: Colorado Springs at Wichita Pueblo at Denver Omaha at Sioux City Lincoln at Des Moines. sas City leads, 2-0) PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE San Francisco 5 Portland 0 Los Angeles 6 San Diego 3 Seattle 4 Hollywood 0 Oakland at Sacramento postponed, ain TEXAS LEAGUE PLAYOFFS (SEMI-FINALS) . Oklahoma City 10 Dallas 3 (series tied, 1-1) Shreveport 7 Fort Worth 0 (Shreveport leads, 2-0) SOUTHERN ASSN PLAYOFFS (SEMI-FINALS) Atlanta 8 Mobile 6 (series tied, 11) Memphis 6 Chattanooga 2 (Memphis leads, 1-0) WESTERN LEAGUE Sioux City 13 Omaha 3 Wichita 4 Colorado Springs 3 Denver 6 Pueblo 3 Lincoln 5 Des Moines 2 Results of games last night at Ideal Recreation: Commercial League Ed's Cafe, 2693, won 3 from X C.O. Club, 2179; Goetz Country Club, 2626, won 2 from Dale Sharp Pontiac, 2675; Austin's Thrifty Texaco, 2535, won 2 from Sportsman Club, 2616; Reilly's Ins., 2520, won 2 from Austin's, 2399. High scorers— Gordon, Austin's Thrifty Texaco, 591; Conway, Dale Sharp Pontiac, 582; Thomas, Goetz Country" Club, 578; Binder, Ed's Cafe, 568;- F. Jarowitz, Reilly's Ins., 566. OARS UP Members of Norway's championship lifeboat crew raise oars skyward after nosing out thp United States in the 14th International Lifeboat Race on the Hudson River, It was the first event of'its kind held in-New York since 1939, (NEA) '".. .„_. awarded to: Claud Frey, Peter Fink, Adolph Ode, Mrs. Almon Cleavenger and with a door prize to George Pennington. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will fce held on Oct. 1. PORTABLE CLASSROOMS VANCOUVER, Canada portable classroom units are THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Thursday Evening, September 11,1952. Eleven BIG CHIEFS With Bob Feller falling off, the Cleveland Indians rely on their Big Three. Bob Lemon, j Early Wrnn and Mike Garcia, left to right, are bidding for 20-game seasons. (NEA) j ing built to accommodate schools receiving a large influx of pupils, expecially where such enrollment! else%vhere. may not continue. Ths units can be removed quickly when needed Nests are made by mammals, amphibia, fishes and other kinds o£ life as well as by birds. Fort Myer, Va., Baseball Champs Arrive in Tokyo TOKYO, (ffl — The Fort Myer, Va., Colonials, U. S. non-pro baseball champs, arrived Thursday night for an inter-hemisphere series. Starting Friday, they will play Japan's non- pro titleholders, the tall Kanebo team of Osaka. The American squad was accompanied by U. S. National Baseball Congress officials and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. (Happy) Chandler. Chandler is commissioner of the International Baseball Congress. "White Orchid" COMMUNITY'S New Pattern in Silverplate 55-Pc. Set $77.50 Salt and Peppers and Odd Pieces to Match! POGGEMEYER'S 201 So. 5th St. Foil 6 years old enhance the great Bourbon Taste of OLD HICKORY Four Teams Victorious, 5th Army Softball Meet By The Associated Press FIFTH ARMY SOFTBALL TOURNEY AT INDIANAPOLIS Camp Carson, Colo., 17 Illinois Military District 8. Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., 8 Nebraska Military District 4 (Nebraska eliminated). Ft. Riley, Kas., 6 Camp McCoy, Wis. 4 (McCoy eliminated). Camp Atterbury 9 Ft. Sheridan, ni., i. » Platte City Mrs. Mollie Knighton Mrs. Margaret Turner of Oakley, Kas., Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Turner of Grinnell, Kas.; and Mrs. Ed Wolf of Gaylord, Kas. were iveek-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Van Veghten and Mr. Jake Koelliker. • Mrs. Joe Gallagher visited in Kansas City last week. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Schmidling, and family, Mrs. Do n a 1 d Schmidling, and William Schneider of Topeka visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schmidling and daughter Darlyne Schmidling Sunday.s Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davidson and daughters Mary Catherine and Therese Ann of Kansas City spent the week end with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Peter Fink. Pat McEvoy of Kickapoo visited Clothing and Books Come in tomorrow! We'll be glad to show you how you can secure cash to outfit your children for school. Low cost, quick, confidential service. Fidelity Finance Company H. D. Cory, Secy. 210 S. 4th Ph. 708 Made Any Promises To Yourself Lately? About Building A HOME Someday.. About Buying A HOME soon... or maybe you've just been promising your old home some new repairs or a remodeling job. At any rate, without a doubt, you've pushed each and every promise aside because of the need of financial aid. Bet j'ou've never thought that we might help. Think it over now, and come in and see us. We're friendly people, and we'll be glad to assist you. Real Estate Loans JNSlfflSb: Insured Savings Accounts Citizens' Mutual Building and Loan Association G. W. Hoins, Pres. 312 South Fifth St. C. W. Timmons, Sec'y. f

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