Tallahassee Democrat from Tallahassee, Florida on March 4, 1946 · Page 5
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Monday Afternoon, March 4, 1945 THE DAILY DEMOCRAT, TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA FIVE V iSiiiKTiiiinn i y pafc&a wuui ujimu Will OVER THE WORLDOFSPORTS BY 2IED WEST Looks like the pirates grabbed a fine ball pUyer when Art Doll agreed to manage the team for 1946 . . . This will be' his first venture as a manager, as well as we have been able to determine, but his record shows he has pitched winning ball against pretty fast competition and he sure can powder that apple when he takes his cut at the plate ... '. A man like Moose Doll, who $ fa experienced and capable in several positions ia immeasurably valuable to a class D ball club. . . The limited rosters permitted allow for no replacements anywhere but pitchinf, ' and maybe an extra catcher. . . ;To have a man who can step into almost any position on the field and do a bang-up job will be a tremendous help to the Pirates. i Although Art never Quite made the grade in the major leagues. Boston kept him around several seasons hoping he would live up to the fine work he always did in the class A circuits. . . Moose never -ould work up a good curve to go with his blazing fast ball, though, and this cost him his chance to stay in the big time. . . I He is still a young man will be 31 his next birthday and should really stick out like a sort thumb in the class D Georgia-Florida league. . . A sore spot for Pirate opponents, we hep. And now, let's Just blow here and there over Art's career for a moment or so. . . He was born in Chicago, 111. May 7. 1912. . . Hitchhiked his way to Peoria from Chi cago in 1934 and signed his first pro contract with Peoria in the 'Three-Eye league. . . Moose was a hard-hitting catcher until Boston . . ' Braves' coaches decided to make use of his wonderful throwing arm and converted him into a pitcher In 1936. . . From then until he went into the army in 1943, Art appeared at various positions including first base and outfield, as well as his original loves, catching and pitching. . . One day with Scranton he began the game behind the plate and finished it in the box. . . Doll worked up to a sergeant's rating jn the army. . , He got into several games while waiting for a ship to bring him NOLEN'S Guaranteed Radio Service Prompt Pickup and Delivery Ph. 1479-L 1314 N. Bronough LET US STEAM CLEAN YOUR AUTOMOBILE FOB LONGER LIFE GULFOAK SERVICE STATION Adams PenMaeola Sts. PHONE 1988 Fred Winter! A Joe Gould Owners Sundstrand Adding Machines Underwood typewriters Speed-o-Prlnt Duplicators Sales Service -Repairs EGRY REGISTER SYSTEMS Capital Office Equipment Company 122 (E. Peirsacola St. Tallahassee, Fla. Phone 1344 Phone 1345 TwT if NT' S Allen home from the European theater of operations this past fall. . . Two of the games he pitched, winning one easily and losing the other, 2-1, in 18 innings. . . Charley Young, sports editor of the Albany, N Y, Knickerbocker News, advised us in a telegram Saturday, "Art Is a likeable fellow modest to a fault. . . He is a fine baseball man and should make you a good manager." ... BLOWING BACK THE CALENDAR . . . to March 4, 1933 . . . Thirteen years agq today . . . LEON OF TALLAHASSEE, Aucilla, Mayo and Sopchoppy were seeded in the annual district number 2 basketball tournament which opened its meeting with 18 teams here today. . . In spite of its poor season record of only three wins to seven losses, the Tallahassee team has been established as an early tournament favorite. . . R II BRADFORD has been appointed as a committee of one to determine if the Rotary club shall field a team for a civic club diamond-ball league. . . KENNETH WOOD and George Bean will headline another free boxing card to be held here at 8:30 o'clock this eve- nlng. . . GENE SARAZEN led a "eld of the nation's best profes- 1 1M 1 XI Tlill. sional golfers in the Miami Bilt- more golf tournament starting today. . . BABE RUTH is golfing in St Petersburg as he starts his annual campaign to get in top shape for the baseball season. . . SCATTERING BREEZES . . . DUKE UNIVERSITY won the Southern Conference basketball tournament in Raleigh, N C Sat-urdey night by defeating Wake , Forest. 49-30, in the finals. . . Pre-tournament favorite, North Carolina University, wsi eliminated in the quarter finals Friday night by Wake Forest, 31-29, in one of the greatest up-, sets in Southern tournament history. WE'RE GOING ON RECORD today as picking the Flying L's of Ft Lauderdale to win the class B high school basketball tournament here this weekend. . . The L's won their chance in the state meet by topping Ft Pierce 45 to 13 . in Ft Lauderdale Saturday night to take the District Eight title. . . All five of the Flying L's first team were placed on the all-tournament squad chosen at the close of the meet. . . GEORGE SELKIRK, veteran New York Yankee outfielder, has been r 4ied by Yankee President Larry MacPhail to manage the Newark Bears of the International league ONE OF THE CALORIES-CONSCIOUS St Louis Cardinal officials asked a Red Bird rookie the other day in St Petersburg how he liked eating at the club training table. "Well, everything is okay except the food, he replied. "We don't get nothing but vitamins." O WHEEL ALIGNMENT O WHEEL O BRAKE RELINING O STEAM CLEANING O BODY WORK AND PAINTING tales 1946 GEORGIA-FLORIDA BASEBALL LEAGUE SCHEDULE In Albany' Albany READ May 12 June 9 It July 9 10 Aur. 6 7 Sept. 5 6 Americus May 4 May 30 31 June 27 28 July 27 28 Aug. 26 27 Cordele May 1 May 14 15 June 11 12 July 11 12 Aug. 10 11 Moultrie May 2 May 18 19 June IS 16 July IS 16 Aug. 14 IS Tallahassee May 5 June 3 4 July 12 July 31, Aug. 1 Aug. 30 31 Thomasvilfe May 9 May 22. 23 June 19, 20 July 19. 20 Aug. 18. 19 Valdosta May 6 May 24, 25 June 21, 22 July 21. 22 Aug. 20, 21 Waycross 'Designates Sundays ALL STAR Ft Lauderdale Favored to Win Class B Meet The Flying L's of Ft Lauderdale have been established as pre-tournament favorites to take the Flor ida Class B high school basketball meet beginning here Thurs day afternoon. After their easy 45-13 triumph over Ft Pierce in the District Eight finals Saturday night, the L's show a season record of 18 wins out of 19 games played. Their only loss was to Miami Beach, a team which they later defeated. Next in line on the odds list will probably be Seabreeze of Day-tona Beach and Ketterlinus of St Augustnie. These two quintets staged a battle royal in their district championship game, with the St Augustine boys finally coming out on top by one point. 37-36. Here are the results of final games in the eight districts holding Class B elimination tournaments. As both the winner and runner-up is eligible for the state meet, all teams listed will appear in the Tallahassee tourna ment this week. They are: Group one Marianna 33, Milton 20. Group two Lake City 16, Ocala 13. Group three Ketterlinus (St Augustine) 37, Seabreeze (Dayr tona Beach) 36. Group four Eustis 38, Haines City 18. Group five Jesuit (Tampa) 45, Clearwater 25. Group six Plant City 66, Au-burndale 33. Group seven Sarasota 26, Palmetto 21. Group eight Fort Lauderdale 45, Fort Pierce 13. Class C (State meet will be held in Mount Dora.) District one Chumuckla 47, Greenwood 35. District two Chapman (Apa-lachicola) 25, Monticello 18. District three Hilliard 30, St Joseph's (Jacksonville) 19. District four P K Yonge (Gainesville) 26, Archer 23. District five Tavares 39, Pier-son 23. District six Frostproof 35, Eau-galiie 21. District seven Farragut (St Petersburg) 35, Punta Gorda 31. i District eight Pompano 40, Key West 37. . The first consumers' cooperative bank was formed in 1866 in Denmark. BALANCING ervice In In In In In In In Americus Cordele Moultrie Tallahassee Thomasville Valdosta Waycross April 30 May 10 May 7 May 8 May 11 May S May 13 May 26. 27 May 16, 17 May 28. 29 June 1, 2 May 20. 21 June 5. June 7, 8 June 23. 24 June 13. 14 June 25. 26 June 29. 30 June 17. 18 July 3. 4 July 5, 6 July 23. 24 July 13. 14 July 25. 26 July 29. 30 July 17. 18 Aug. 2. S Aug. 4. 5 Aug. 22, 23 Aug. 12. 13 Aug. 24. 25 Aug. 28, 29 Aug. 16, 17 Sept. 1. t Sept. 3, 4 May 1 May 4 May 6 May 2 May 11 May 9 June 1. 2 May 20. 21 May 16, 17 May 28, 29 May 24. 25 June 5, 6 THE June 29. 30 June 17. 18 June 13, 14 June 25, 26 June 21, 22 July 3, 4 July 29. 30 July 17. 18 July 13. 14 July 25. 26 July 21. 22 Aug. 2, 3 Aug. 28. 29 Aug. 16. 17 Aug. 12, II Aug. 24. 25 Aug. 20. 21 Sept. 1. 2 May 7 - April 30 May 3 May 6 May 8 May 11 May 18, 19 June 5. 6 May 24. 25 June 9. 10 May 14. 15 May 20, 21 June 15, 16 DAILY July 3, 4 June 21, 22 July 9, 10 June 11, 12 June 17, 18 July 15, 16 Aug. 2, 3 July 21. 22 Aug. 6, 7 July 11, 12 July 17, 18 Aug. 14, 15 Sept. 1. 2 Aug. 20. 21 Sept. 5. 6 Aug. 10. 11 Aug. 16. 17 May 10 May 12 - $, - May 6 May 2 June 3, 4 May 22. 23 june 9. 10 May 24, 25 May 30, 31 May 18, 19 July 1, 2 June 19. 20 DEMOCRAT July 9, 10 June 21, 22 June 27, 28 June 15. 16 July 31. Aug. 1 July 19. 20 Aug. 6. 7 July 21. 22 July 27. 28 July 15. 16 Aug. 30 31 Aug. 18. 19 J Sept. 5. 6 Aug. 20. 21 Aug. 26. 27 Aug. 14, 15 May 13 May 9 May 11 April 30 May 4 May 7 May 30, 31 June 7, 8 May 26. 27 June 5, 6 May 20. 21 May 14, 15 June 27, 28 July 5, 6 June 23. 24 FOR July 3. 4 June 17, 18 June 11, 12 July 27, 28 Aug. 4. 5 July 23, 24 Aug. 2, 3 July 17. 18 July 11. 12 Aug. 26, 27 Sept. 3, 4 Aug. 22. 23 Sept. 1. 2 Aug. 16. 17 Aug. 10, 11 May 8 May 13 May 3 1 May 12 May 1 May 4 May 14, 15 May 26. 27 June 7, 8 May 22, 23 May 18, 19 May 30. 31 June 11, 12 June 23. 24 July 5, 6 June 19, 20 LATEST June 15, 16 June 27, 28 July 11, 12 July 23, 24 Aug. 4. 5 July 19. 20 July 15, 16 July 27, 28 Aug. 10, 11 Aug. 22. 23 Sept. 3. 4 Aug. 18. 19 ' Aug. 14, 15 Aug. 26, 27 May 5 May 2 May 13 May 10 May 7 April 30 June 7, 8 May 28, 29 May 16, 17 June 3, 4 June 1, 2 May 26. 27 July 5. 6 June 25. 26 June 13, 14 July 1, 2 June 29, 30 SPORTS June 23. 24 Aug. 4, 5 July 25, 26 July 13, 14 July 31, Aug. 1 July 29. 30 July 23, 24 Sept 3. 4 Aug. 24, 25 Aug. 12. 13 Aug. 30, 31 Aug. 28. 29 Aug. 22, 23 May 3 May 5 May 8 May 1 " May 10 May 12 May 22. 23 June 3. 4 June 1. 2 May 28, 29 May 16, 17 June 9. 10 June 19. 20 July 1. 2 June 29, 30 June 25, 26 June 13, 14 July 9. 10 ' RESULTS July 19, 20 July 31. Aug. 1 July 29, 30 July 25, 26 July 13, 14 Aug. 6. 7 Aug. 18. 19 Aug. 30. 31 Aug. 28, 29 Aug. 24, 25 Aug. 12, 13 Sept. 5, 6 GAME July 7th NORTH-SOUTH Leading Basketball Teams Accept Bids To National Meets NEW YORK. HP) Basketball turned to the post-season tournaments today after crowning all but two of the conference champions. Bids already have been extended to many of the top quintets for appearances in the National Invitational and NCAA champion ships. Ten schools have accepted in vitations, six to the Invitational tournament at Madison Square Garden starting March 14; three to the NCAA, also at the Garden starting March 21, and one to the Western NCAA at Kansas City March 22. Kentucky, Muhlenberg, St John's of Brooklyn, Bowling Green, West Virginia and Syracuse have accepted bids to the Invitational with two teams still to be named. It was expected that Arizona, Border Conference champions, will become the seventh entry with the other choice probably coming from the south. For some unexplained reason, DePaul, last year's invitational champions, has been bypassed despite this season's 17-5 record against tough competition. New York University's once- beaten aggregation, generally rat ed the top team in the nation, will represent district two in the eastern half of the NCAA. Har vard has accepted the bid to con tend for district one and Ohio State will compete for district four. No district three selection has been made as yet, with Duke, Southern Conference champs, North Carolina and Louisiana State regarded as the leading contenders. Only Baylor of district six has been named for the western half of the NCAA championships. Kite Tourney Is Postponed Ralph Carter, city recreation di rector, announced this morning that the kite tournament sched uled for yesterday afternoon at Magnolia heights has been post poned to March 21. Carter explained that there was not sufficient wind yesterday, and that the field was in poor condi tion. Jupiter's diameter is estimated at 11 times that of the' earth. STOP! You Can't If Your BRAKES Are Faulty FIRESTONE Is equipped to reline the BRAKES and completely overhaul the BRAKE system of your automobile. DRIVE IN TODAY FOE A FREE BRAKE INSPECTION BT THE BRAKE EXPERT AT GAME August 8th. F I S Boxer Is Selected On State Golden Gloves Team Truman W Holloway, Golden Gloves boxing champion of the state of Florida in the welterweight division, from the Florida Industrial School for Boys in Marianna, left the campus on Thursday, Feb 28, for Jacksonville where he joined other members of the Golden Gloves boxing team which is representing the state of Florida in the national Golden Gloves tournament which is being staged in iAadison Square Garden, New York City, on March 4, 5 and 6. Holloway earned the right to represent Florida in the welterweight division of the national Golden Gloves tournament by virtue of his emerging victorious in the state Golden Gloves tour nament held in Jacksonville on Feb 20, 21 and 22. He had pre viously won the district title in the Golden Gloves tournament staged at Panama City under the sponsorship of the Kiwanis club on Feb 13, 14 and 15. The Florida Industrial School for Boys selected a sixteen-boy squad of boxers to participate in the district Golden Gloves tournament through an elimination process lasting several weeks during which approximately 50 per cent of the white boys within the institution competed on a voluntary basis for places on the varsity boxing squad. The most promising . candidates' in each weight division were then given an intensive training and instruction program by the school's athletic director in preparation for the series of tournaments. Five members of the Florida Industrial School boxing squad were declared district champions as a result of their victories in the Panama City Golden Gloves tournament. These boys were Truman Holloway, Ralph Thompson, Joe Rodriguez, Race Schultz and Robert Adklson. These five boys, together with Frank Graella, Edward Murningham and Maurice Hope, were entered in the state Golden Gloves tournament in Jacksonville, the latter named boys being entered at the specific request of the Panama City sponsors because of the fine showing they made even in losing. In addition to Holloway, the Industrial School had one other state champion emerge from the Jacksonville tournament. He was i .' M': TRUMAN W HOLLOWAY Of the Florida Industrial School for Boys at Marianna, who won the welterweight boxing championship of the State of Florida in the recent Golden Gloves Tournament in Jacksonville. He is now en route to New York City to compete in the National Golden Gloves Tournament. Maurice Hope, lightweight who was fighting in the novice class; This class will not be represented in the national tournament in New York City, f - WE DELIVER PACKAGES 20c IN FIRST ZONE Circulars distributed Local dray service General Hauling ' Local transfer CITY DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 2588 209 j E. Tenn. Steve Simmons One in 14 ONE person in every fourteen Is laid op each year by some accident. It may be your turn next. Accident Insurance will protect your savings account from a serious drain. Insure today. Midyette-Moor Insurance Agency Complete Insurance & Bond Service "Ask Those We Serve-Phone 586 Midyette-Moor BIdg. Lions To Meet Thomasville Five Here 6:45 Tonight Coach Brown May Start Leon Squad's Four Seniors as This Is Final Home Game of Season Four seniors will play their last home games for Leon High this evening when the Lions meet Thomasville High school's cagers in the County Armory gym at 6 :45 p m. i nri sf i junior tune vjud Here Gets Charter WASHINGTON A group of Tallahassee junior riflemen has been granted a charter under the name of the Tallahassee Junior Rifle club by the National Rifle association, the governing body for the sport of rifle and pistol shooting throughout the country. The club is now one of more than 3,800 similar organizations affiliated with the association. The number of needless gun accidents has been drastically reduced since the nationwide pro gram was started to "give young boys and girls instructions in the fundamentals of rifle shooting, along with training in the safe handling of firearms. . These junior clubs are playing a major role in making this nation a na tion of riflemen. The Tallahassee Junior Rifle club shoots under the instruction of Claude Barrett, 1418 N Jackson st. Club officers are John Mc-Fadden, president. 207 W First ave; Callis Walker, vice presi dent, 2020 Thomasville road; Bealer Rogers, jr. executive offl cer, 511 N Meridian st; Larry West, secretary, 117 W Tennessee st; Lewis Wesson, treasurer, 503 E McDaniel st. The real name of Lewis Carroll, author of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" was Charles Lud-widge Dodgson. SEE THE NEW PLY M TODAY AT rake Authorized Plymouth - North Monroe Phone 2242 AT YOUR SERVICE from 8 A. IVL to 8 P. M. Daily 9 A. M. to 1 P. M. Sunday Tallahassee. Florida Genuine FOR STORE FRONTS WE HAVE AVAILABLE A LARGE QUANTITY. WRITE OR PHONE US TALLAHASSEE GLASS AND PAINT CO. The boys who will be trodding the local court In a Red and White uniform for the last time are: Co-Captains Ed Ranew and Nick Eppes, forwards; Frank Gray, forward, and Jimmy Yancey, guard. Coach Tom Brown advised this morning that he plans to give hia five regulars Tommy Brown and Artie Ranew, forwards; James Temple, center; Ernest Williams and Jimmy Yancey, guards a rest this evening and will not us them any more than is necessary. He will start against the Thomasville quintet, J W Grimsley and Frank Gray, forwards; Nick Eppes, center; Bob Foster and Ed Ranew, guards. There is a possibility that Yancey may start in place of Foster in order to have all four seniors in the opening lineup of the last home game. Thomasville will bring a reportedly fast basketball team here this evening, and word comes from the Georgia city that they really want this game. Rivalry has always been keen between Thomasville and Tallahassee in all kinds of sporting events, and tonight's fracas promises to continue the legend. The Rose City lads recently won their district championship and will play in the Georgia state tournament later this week. The Leon quintet is scheduled to leave Wednesday morning for Tampa and the Florida Class A basketball meet. Their first opponent in the tournament wiH be Andrew Jackson High of Jacksonville, Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Motors Dodge Sales and Service St. and 6th Ave. Tallahassee, Fla. Polished Plate OUTH TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Jacksonville Highway 111 N. MONROE ST. PHONE 1434 PHONE S30

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