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B rewers Great Falls Nine Garners Fourth Straight Win in PL A three-run Great Falls rally in the eighth inning of their contest with Pocatello Sunday afternoon, proved to be more than enough as the Selectrics carded their fourth straight win by a 3-1 score before 2,555 fans at Legion park. After netting a single tally in the first inning, Pocatello went scoreless for the remainder of the' contest as Larry Manier and Vance Thurston wonted smoothly for Great Falls. Manier was the winning pitcher. The Selectrics will meet Idaho t Falls tonight at 8:05 in the first gam of a three-gam series at "j Legion park. Manager Jo Bow- man said Maynard Park. !-i eran lefthander, would probably ' start for Great Falls. Tempers flared in .the bottom of the eighth inning and, 15 minutes later, the game continued without the services of three Cardinal players. The argument began when Mor-ley Bockman, Selectric third baseman, drove a line-drive single to left center. Bockman took a long lead at firct and Cardinal Pitcher Don Appleby started to make the play. Bockman went back to first and Appleby stopped in mid-throw. The umpires ruled it a balk and waved Bockman to second. Then the rhubarb began. . Appleby, Manager Larry Barton and Catcher Dick Rand were sent to the showers and Relief Hurler Walt Leptien, who is credited with the loss, went to the mound. . Russ Brodie, Selectric second baseman, sacrificed Bockman to third. . Don Stewart, pinch-hitting for Larry Manier, smashed out a double and Bockman scored to tie up the game. . Stewart stole third. Manager Joe Bowman coaching at third sent Ste wart home on a squeeze play. Short stop John Angelone dumping a bunt down the third base line. Stewart was in and Angelone safe at first First Baseman Blengino muffed the catch at : first and Angelone went Xo second. 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Great Falls came up with a dou ble play in the fourth when Appleby grounded to Angelone who threw to Brodie. to force Rand. Brodie completed the play to First Baseman Bill Staker in plenty of time. Pocatello ab h o ajGreat Falls , abh o a Schuerman,s8 3 0 1 olAngelone.ss 4 111 Nenna.cf 4 14 0 Brlganti.rf CordeUf 4 11 0 Borch.lf Basellci.rf 3 0 1 OIKoerner.cf 4 12 0 3 0 10 3 111 4 1 13 0 Barton.lb 4 14 UStaker.lb 0 0 1 llWlnter.c 3 0 0 O! Bockman. 3b 3 0 3 2! Brodie. 2b 2 1 1 2IL. Manier.p 10 1 OjaStewart 3 11 3:Thur5ton,D 1 0 1 01 Blengino. lb Bausman,3b 3 0 4 0 3 1 3 Rice. 2b -v Rand.c Lindsey.e Appelby, p Leptein.p 2 0 4 3 3 0 0 1 110 0 0 0 0 0 Totals SO 8 24 81 Totals 2T6 2T12 a Doubled for L. Manier In 8th. Pocatello ,' .100 000 0001 Great Falls ..000 000 03x S R Schuerman. Angelone, Bockman. Stew- art. E Blengino. Bailsman, Rice. Brodie. RBI Barton, Stewart, Angelone. 2B Koerner, Stewart. SH Appelby. Koerner, Brodie. SB Schuerman, Staker, Stewart. DP Angelone to Brodie to Staker. BB Off Appelby 2, Leptein 1, L. Manier 4, Thurston 1. SO By Appelby 6, Leptein 1, L,. Manier 3, Thurston 2. WP Thurston B Appelby. HO Appleby 3 In 7, Leptein 3 In 1. L. Manier 5 in 8. Thurston 0 in 1. ER L. Manier 1. Appelby 1, Lep. tein 1. W L. Manier. L Leptein. PB winter, jj Abrunker. and Pennington. '12:01. A 2,555. A planned double header between Bil lings ana Idaho Falls was rained out. BCZZERS LOSE S-9 FRAY SALT LAKE CTTY. May 7 jP A home run in the eighth inning today put the Salt Lake City Bees on the losing side of the Pioneer league ledger for the lirst time this season. Ray Posipanka, third baseman for the Twin Falls Cowboys, clouted the homer to give the Cowboys a 3-2 win. With two away, Posipanka connected with one of Walt Raimondi's Inside fast Dans. Skinning it over the left field fence. Ralmondi went the route for the Bm Frank LaBrum. opener and credited with the victory, and his relief, Eric Oard, gave up a total of seven hits, the same num- dct as naimonai yielded. 'The Bees started off with a run in tne iirst inning. Tom McElvy tied it up for the Cow Dc-ys n me mra oy opening with single. LaBrum drew a pass and Vern Campbell bunted to send McElvy to third and LaBrum to second. Posipanka scored McElvy. ,- - . Twin Falls scored again In the fifth when Posipanka came home on a wild throw by Dick Treat. The Bees evened the score In their half of the eighth but the homer by Posipanka in the Cowboys' half ended the scoring. Score R.H.I. Twin Falls 001 010 0103 7 : Salt Lake City 100 000 0103 7 I LaBrum. Oard 9) and McKelvey; Rat mondi and Danielson. PILOTS WALLOP BEDS BOISE, May 7 CP) The Boise Pilots "traea up me oase psttls twice in row today, taking the Ogden Reds into camp 22-9 in an afternoon game and 11-4 at night. Jack Walters of Ogden couldn't find the target and walked un punt ir the first two innings.- The Boise swat-smiths added two hits and got a 'total of five runs in the two Innings all that . nnnea w win. With the bases loaded in the first Chuck Lamar singled home two runs. Manager Ford Mullen walked to reload me rases, jrrea Bmltn walked and the third tally came home free. I me Pilots added two more in the second on walks to Bobbie King and Jim Valentine and a double by Ned Sheehan. Hitters were dime a dozen in the first ?ame as Boise trampled Ogden 22 to 9 The Pilots banged out 18 hits while the Reds counted 13 blngles. . Prank Gregory of Boise and Howie Padgett of Oeden led the assault with four hits each. Padgett hit ene of two Ogden home runs, the other coming by Carl Paylor. Boise iced the game in the fourth, fifth and sixth inningsbringing in 15 runs, Gregory. Bob King, Jim Valentine, Chuck Lamar and Fred Smith each banged out doubles in the fourth when six runs crossed me piate. The Pilots added four runs in the fifth on three hff . Ned Sheehan. two walks, an error and a who piicn. Tney brought across five runs in the sixth. -then tapered off to three in the seventh. First game R. H. E. Ogden . ..013 014 noo a 19 k Boise ...310 646 30x 22 11 1 Valentine. Erwin 14. Rain' (at mil Bailey, Scheffel; Johnson, Yerkes (3) and omun. ; Second game - R. H. E. Ogden ....010 001 00J 4 6 4 Boise a 320 320 10X 11 9 3 Walters. Htsle 8) and Bnllev: Nnim. swander and Smith. Anaconda, Livingston, Butte Women Lead in Women's Meet BUTTE, May 7 WV-Teams from Anaconda, Livingston and Butte took top honors in the Montana women's bowling tournament which wound up a 25-day run tonight. Final team standings include: Class A Anaconda City Taxi 2,553; Great Falls Beer 2,390; Butte Aro cafe 2,370. y Class B Livingston Meyers Insurance 2,945; Great Falls Hi-Ho tavern 2,888; Billings Western Tile 2,887; Celeri to Give Up Baseball For Pro Football SALT LAKE CITY. May 7 (IP) Bob Celeri, all-America quarterback for California and one of eight outfielders for the Salt Lake City Bees, has decided to give up baseball in favor of pro . football. General Manager Claude Eng-berg of the class C Pioneer league club said Celeri has been given his unconditional release. He saw action only once so far this season, going ia as a pinch hitter. He drew a walk. in 8tJi f 8 Great Falls Tribune Monday, May 8, 1950 Yiit n 1 I m n LANKY HURLER Bill Nadeau, 6-foot 4-inch right hander who re cently joined the Great Falls Selec tric from the Seattle Rairuers. it ready for action. Nadeau . was bonus player of the Chicago White Sox. (Tribune Photo.) , Lewistown Grade Schools Plan Meet By Tribune Correspondent , LEWISTOWN, May 7 A sports day for Lewistown's second through sixth - grade students will be held here May 19, with competitors com ing from the three city elementary schools. . The representatives of Lincoln, Highland Park, and Garfield schools will compete .rz a variety of track and field events. Awards will be made to the first, second, and third place winners in each event. , Physical education instructors in each school will hold eliminations during the next two weeks to de termine each school's contestants. Alvin Z." Bigelow, junior high school coach, is in charge of the sports day program. Classes will be dismissed for the afternoon of Sports day so all elementary school children may be present at Roberts field to watch this event. Only students from the same grade levels will compete against , each other. No contestant can enter over three events. Present plans, call for the follow' ing activities for second ''and third grade boys and girls: A grand march, 40-yard dash, 40-yard shuttle relay, , standing broad jump, high jump,. 40-yard mixed relay, and a novelty race. Each, class of boys and girls will have a different novelty race. Types of novelty races to be used are the one legged race, dizzy izzy race, wheelbarrow race, backward . and forward race," horse and rider race, stepping stone race, chair carry race, and a tug of war. - Fourth, fifth and sixth grade students Will engage in the following: 100-yard dash, 60-yard shuttle relay, softball throw, standing broad jump, running broad jump, high jump, 40-yard mixed relay and the- novelty race. ' 1 - Whitefish Lincoln. Cleaners 2,883;. Billings Western Lounge 2,872; Dillon State bar 2,862; Billings Douglas North American 2,834; Butte Mc- Leod Sheriffs 2,830: Lewistown Tavern Trotters 2,829; Great Falls bun Cleaners 2,828. Class C Butte Texamaids 2,906; Bozeman Credit Bureau 2,889; Butte Post-Standard 2,884; Helena State Publishing 2,881: Hamilton Rocky Mountain Amusement 2,827; Poison Kerr dam 2,795; Poison Frigid-Aires 2,793; Butte American Legion 2,790; Butte Colonial Cakes 2,789; Helena Clover Leaf Dairy 2,785.- Mopup competition in doubles and singles continued until late tonight, Leaders tonight included: Doubles: A-division Thomas-Ellis,. Butte, 1,086; D. Effinger-J. Brix, Great Falls, 1,047; B V. Deputy- R. Murray, Dillon, 1,225; Browning Hayes, Anaconda, 1,214; C Vedova Mohar, Roundup, 1,242; Erdhaus- Graves, Poison, 1,224. Singles: A-division Dolores Ef finger, Great Falls,! 568; ; C. Ciba, iiiiiiiipii 9- v Great Falls, 562; J. Brix, Great Falls, 560; B P. Jerrow, Kalispell, 683; D. Markovich, Butte, 660; B. Stage-man, Billings, 638; C R. Longbell, Brady, 690; F. Schuyler, Dillon, 675; R. Moore, Billyhs, 637. "- tl or 3-1 Close Races for Foreseen From LOUISVILLE, Ky May 7 (JPy- Horsemen at Churchill Downs agreed today the 1950 .Kentucky derby produced at least three great 3-year-olds. - "They'll be beating each other all year," was the consensus comment. That feeling was stirred by, the close finish of a derby that was run within a whisker -of record time. Middleground tagged Hill Prince by a length and a quarter and Mr. Trouble was just a half-length behind in third. Only a little difference in racing luck could have thrown any one of the three into yesterday s winner's circle, the trainers and han dlers agreed. Most of them shared the opinion that King ranch s Middleground ' was x the best horse in the derby field. "He's just not a standout like Citation was, for example," they said. Mr. Trouble, the C. Whitney en try, was rated the best chance of challenging Middleground's bid for triple crown honors. His move to the front at the three-quarters mark may have cost him the roses, the horsemen thought They pointed out he still had enough wind to move again cominz down the home stretch. Harry Daniels, trainer of the fa vorite, Your Host, said he had no excuses, that his horse didn't like the distance. "We had to beat five horses too Plans Completed For Grade Tourney Plans have been completed for a department of recreation grade school track meet and festival, according to Kenneth Fowell, recreation director. . The meet will be run off May 28 at Memorial stadium with events beginning at 1 p. m. Boys and girls from the fourth, fifth " and sixth grades will take part. In addition to track and field events, stunt demonstration , groups will perform. Practice sessions and eliminations will begin today. Airlif ters Sweep Bobcat Series; Win Sunday 16-8 Great Falls Airlifters handed the Montana State , college Bobcats a 16-8 defeat' Sunday afternoon, to sweep a two-game baseball series. The game was called in the bot tom of the eighth inning because of ram. It was played at the east base. Downing of the college hit a grand slam home run and Kuebler. also of MSC, contributed a circuit clout with the pads vacant. Galway and McClusky hit triples for the "Lifters. Battery for MSC included Kuebler, Downing, Johnson and Leary: for Great Falls, Powell and Galway. - - California Open Ends In Three-Way Tieun FRESNO Calif, May 7 U.R) The California state open golf tourna' ment ended in a three-way tie here today with Veterans Ellsworth Vines, Jack Gage and E. J. (Dutch) Harrison all in a deadlock with 72 hole scores of 282. An 18-hole playoff will be staged over these same Fort Washington links tomorrow to decide the cham pion. LEARN TO PLAY THE ACCORDION Master This Popular Instrument Quickly Join Our Accordion Club ACCORDION FURNISHED Don't buy an instrument. . . . Try it out for a few weeks! We'll furnish the accordion, instruction book and lessons for only $6.50 down and $2.00 per Week. We rent accordions but credit "KOPS IS TOPS FOR ACCORDIONS!' Victory Triple Crown Derby Results early in the race," Daniels said. "I think Black George trying to take the lead at the start hurt us more than anythin Daniels said he would consider rating the California speedster dif ferently. in the Preakness a week from next Saturday, not asking him for so much early speed. The sixteenth of a mile shorter distance of the Preakness may be helpful to Your Host, he suggested, At least seven of the derby horses are being pointed for the Preakness. They are Middleground, Hill Prince, Mr. Trouble, Sunglow, Your Host, Hawley and Oil Capitol. Loses Lead in Race MEXICO CITY, May 7 P)--Bill Sterling of El Paso lost his 'lead in Mexico's border-to-border road race for the first time today. Solons, Suds Split Twin Bffll-074 SEATTLE, May 7 (U.R) Jim WU- son bested Bill Evans in a tight pitchers' duel here today to give the Seattle Rainiera a 1-0 , win over Sacramento after the Scions had won the first game of the double-header, 7-4. Although the Rainiers had won the series, the split -still, left them in the cellar a game and one-half behind the Solons. ' The Portland Beavers split a Pa cific Coast league doubleheader here with San Diego dropping the first game 10-5 and winning the second, 5-2, before 8,971 fans: In the second game, the Beavs took the lead with one run in the first stanza. Luis Marquez doubled, a sacrifice hit and an outfield fly by Hillis Layne brought him home. The Hollywood Stars swept a double header today with the Oak land Oaks, taking the opener with a three-homer barrage "11 to 4, and winning the nightcap, 3 to 2, as Pitcher Lee Anthony helped with his bat. Despite today's double victory, Hollywood lost the series, four games to three. The Los Angeles Angels took a double header from San Francisco here today, 8 to 5 and 10 to 2, to boost themselves into third-place standing in the PCL. The Angels won the week's series five games to two. Hurler Cal Mc-Lish tossed his second win of the week against the Seals in the second game this afternoon to give him 5-1- total for the season. . Charles Coe New Champ In West Amateur Open DALLAS, May 7 (") Charles Coe won the western amatuer golf chanv poinship today, defeating Bob Gold water of Phoenix. Ariz- 7 and 6, in the finals. " Coe, the first national amatuer champion playing in the western amateur for the first time, made the first 18-hole turn two-up but was playing poor golf. He tightened up on the second 18, however, and ran his margin to four-up at the end of nine holes. Rental Plan! too, any size . . any model! There's no obligation to buy will be given if you decide to purchase later. KOPS PIANO HOUSE "The Music Store of Montana" 4t i I; Baseball Where They Play Today Pioneer League Idaho Falls (Geatly 0-0) at Great Falls (Psrk 0-0). 8:15 p. m. Twin Falls (Fielder 0-0) at Salt Lake City (Morones 2-0), 3:15 p. m. Pocatello (Thornton 0-0) at Billings (Hensler 0-0). 8:15 p. m. Osden (Russ 0-0) at Boise (Oumore 1-0 or Barta 0-0, 8:15 p. m. National Lea sue . . Brooklyn at Pittsburgh Palice (0-0) ts. Chambers (3-1). . Philadelphia at Cincinnati (night) Johnson (1-0) vs. Wehmeier (1-2). Boston at St. Louis (night) Bicuora (0-3) vs. Munger (1-1). (Only games scheduled.! - American League . ' Detroit at New York Houttemaa (3-1) vs. Raschi (3-1). Cleveland at Washington (nlgnt) Teller (3-D vs. Hudson (3-1). (Only games scheduled.) Standings of the Clubs Pioneer Lean Club W It Pet.! Club W L Pet. Salt Lake 8 1 ,750'Twin Falls 3 3 .500 Great Falls S 3 .714 Pocatello 3 4 .333 Billings 3.1 .67! Idaho Falls 1 3 .250 Boise 8 3 .625! Ogden 0 4 .000 National League Club ' W L PcU Club W L Pet. Brooklyn 10 I .6251 Pittsburgh 8 .529 Ph'delphia 11 .579 Chicago 6 6 .500 Boston 10 8 .5561 New York 5 8 .385 St. Louis S .529, Cincinnati 4 13 .350 Americas) League Club W L Pet.' Club ,W L Pet Detroit 9 4 .692! Cleveland 6 7 .462 Boston 13 7 .650 Ph'delphia 10 .375 New York 8 .6 .6001 Chicago 4 8.33 Washing'n 7 T JOO.St. Louis 4 f .308 Pacific Coast Lea roe Club W L Pet.' Club W L Pet. San Diego 37 14 .659!Oakland 19 19 .500 Hollywood 34 15 .615 Portland 19 19 .500 L. Angeles 23 19 .548 Sac'mentO 15 26 .366 Frisco 21 30 .512 Seattle 11 37 .zw Americas Asseciatiea ' . Club W L Pct.1 Club W L Pet. Ind'spolls 13 3 .813 Columbus 6 7 .402 Min'aDOliS 7 2 .788 Kansas City B Milwaukee 1 4 .636Toledo 4 13 .250 Louisville- 8 9 .471 ISt. Paul 1 8 .300 Father of Frank Frisch Dies Following Illness NEW YORK. May 7 VP) Franz Frisch, 84, father of Frankie Frisch, manager of the Chicago Cubs base ball . team, died at his home here today. He had been ill two months Born in Frankfurt. Germany, the elder Frisch came to this country 68 years ago and later became head of a linen importing firm. Two other sons, Harold and George, were associated with him in the business. Eyes Examined Glasses Repaired Dr. Boyd Davis 317 Central 1 EXPERT INSTRUCTION You'll be amazed when you discover how quickly you'll ; learn. Private lessons from Mr. Lou Bryant, Pietro Deirb Conservatory graduate. New special beginners courses starting now! Enroll today! 't i A i CARBINE PRACTICE Members of the Montana Air National Guard squadron turned out Sunday for a drill session featuring familiarisation firing of the carbine. The above pic lure shows enlisted men firing from the prond position. Officers fire the 45 automatic pistol. The guardsmen fired on the rifle range at the foot of Hill 57. (Ed Lusigraaf Photo.) Water Safety Course Starts A week-long course for water safe' ty instructor i slated to get under way tonight at 9 at the xiatatorium, according to Kenneth Fowell, Red Cross director of water safety for cascade county. Instruction will be given by Ken neth Jones of the San Francisco area office. Jones said that swimmers, 17 years old or older, who have passed senior life saving examinations, are eligible.;: ' - . - v . Instructors' certificate holder should, attend the classes to renew their certificates. , Jones has asked that those coming bring pencil and paper. Bathrobes should be brought lor out of water instruction. The "class is - being presented through the co-operation of the local Red Cross chapter and Frank Hoi man, natatorium manager. NOW! Open 12:30 P. M. r And... For Show Value Plus ii y i i .MM I J i i esWIi'i "" OPEN 12:30 MATINEE TODAY --... :iJM, Whip w i . Wiii "Si NOW Open 5:30 ERROL RYf.N - ANN SHERIDAF1 BCMS ICTtU-8filiCt eUNt(I hums I f i it r rt . r-m-twvv ft i I I I I I I I I t J I I I I I I I I I I I 9 tit Hlllllllllir '" -.mmtrntm ic Ends Tonight ( f i uTTij-snA ) "LUXURY LINER" I ! ' l ' r "TUt TUBtAT" f Louise Suggs Wins 2d Go IriTournament CHICAGO. May 7 (JP) Louise Suggs of Atlanta, warming up grad- ually in 40 degree cold, shot a 10 over par 84 today to win the Sky- crest .section of the cross country Weathervane Open golf meet with a 36-hole tally of 160. The little ' Georgian conquered putting trouble after taking 44 on " the front nine and finished with a 40. The strong wind, which whipped the Skycrest course yesterday when- Miss Suggs fired a remarkable 76, died down somewhat. However, the cold hampered, scoring as the girls Dunaiea up in extra ciotmng. ' Low for today's round " was 82. Four players tagged it. Babe Zahar-ias Skycrest pro, . authored a pair of 41's for a double round 167 and second place. Mrs. Betty Bush, Hammond, Ind topped the amateurs with 82 for 168. Betty Jameson, former national champion from San Antonio, Tex, posted 82 for 170, and-Patty Berg did the same for 172. Miss Suggs collected $750 for her 36-hole Skycrest victory and the Babe pocketed $500 for second. The transcontinental Weathervane competition of 144 holes switches to the Ridgewood Country club in Cleveland, Ohio, for two rounds next weekend, then concludes at Knollwood in White Plains, N. Y, two weeks hence. Low scorer for the entire distance wins $5,000. Has Heart Attack HOLLYWOOD, Maj 7 4J.P3 Wal ter Patterson Inman, 55, half brother "of dime - store heiress, Doris Duke, suffered a heart attack at his hotel here today and was rushed to Cedars of- Lebanon hospital. OiUIO CEHTEPi Doors Open 6 P. M. 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