Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on July 8, 1943 · 19
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Thursday Evening; July 8, 1943 LAFAYETTE JOURNAL AND COURIER 19 EBBET'S FIELD A HAUNTED HOUSE, LAWTON CARVER Scribe Thinks Brooklyn Lost Almost Everything When MacPhail Left; "Bums" Now Descriptive. By LAWTON CARVER (IN3 Sporti Editor) NEW YORK, July 7. (INS) Ebbet'a Field U like a haunted house thea days, like a great palace which once knew grandeur and auddnly finds itself a sort of tombstone to recent great nesa. Maybe it' the war. Maybe it's merely the turn of the wheel which tays you are up there today and down tomorrow; maybe it'a only imagination, but somehow it wmi that the rollicking high Jinka have gone taking along the colorful, hustling ball club we used to know and in the stead of these things there is a drabness that fetters everybody. The New York press has virtually conceded by this time that the Dodgers have blown the Na tlonal league pennant. There is mall chance of their catching up on the SC. Louis Cardinals now, and some even question that they will be able to finish in the first division. ITS DtXL NOW Much of this is blamed on the Hew regime which declined chart ces to strengthen the club by ac quiring players that were shuttled about by other teams In the cir cuit, but, in any case, Ebbet's Field isn't the same. Even the bar room is subdued, where it Used to be a place of post-game gatherings that never knew a dull moment. Now a few drop by for a quick one and tear on off for other places, and the atmosphere is something like it used to be in those terribly dull days before Larry MacPhail came on for a too short tenure. The socializing is far less inter eating and so is the baseball. When you call the Dodgers Bums now it Isn't a term of endearment, but really descriptive of what they look like on the ball field. They are pretty rank. To make it worse there is no hope in sight? SOUND BUSINKSS? Some observers of all , this will tell you that the change Is for the better, that Branch Rickey Is a sound business man and knows what he is about. That could be, too. I personally think, however, that when the Dodarers lost Mac-Fhail they lost all that they were and can hope to be for a long time. The Dodgers have had sound business behind them before now. Perhaps not sound baseball as ex emplified by Rickey, but what good la background and reputation that fails in the wake of success. There is no getting away from the fact that the Dodgers are a peculiar ball club In a peculiar setup and a club that needs a peculiar front office. MacPhail fitted in perfectly. If this sounds like a tough rap I Rickey it isn't meant to be. He will give them a businesslike and perhaps successful front office, but can you imagine him out there taking punches at sports writers, carrying on feuds with anybody who will start one, screaming and hollering and weeping and goading a club on to extravagantly colorful feats? Mr. Rickey doesn't pjay It that way. rorUIJIRITY GONE This reporter was reminded of the great and lasting change only last night afaln while attending the Chicago Cubs' 9 to 4 victory over the phlegmatic. listless Dodgers. The worst part of it Is the Dodgers probably won't snap out of it and thus are doomed to lose their identity as the "Bums," a word which meant that this club was the most popular nationally in many years and perhaps in the history of hascbsl'. All that Is gone now. Ebbet's Field is a haunted house. Tuffy Leemans Js Rejected by Army SILVER SPRINGS, Md.. July 7. UP Tuffy Leemans. backfieid star of the New York Giants professional football team, said tonight he was rejected by the Baltimore draft board today presumably because of defective hearing. "They gave me a slip and told me to go back home so I assume I've been rejected," he said. "I guess it was because of my hearing, and possibly my eyesight." The hearing in his left ear Was impaired by a brain concussion suffered last October in a game against the Chicago Bears. As a result of that Injury, he has virtually deefded not to play football again, but he expected to confer shortly with Giants owner Tim Mara on a proposal to coach the Giants' backfieid. Leemans, 30, and married but Childless, said he has tried twice previously to enlist in the navy but was turned down each time because of his hearing and eyesight. He operates a dry cleaning establishment here. V Forty-Five Report For Badger Football MADISON. Wis, July 7. (AP -Korty-five candidates reported for summer football practice at the University of Wisconsin yesterday, but only one has had any previous experience In a Badger uniform. Coach Harry Stuhldreher said Fullback Len Galligaro was the lone exception. Calllgaro saw some action last fall as a replacement for Marn (Pat) Harder, now in the marines. Stuhldreher said the candidates included trainees In the Navy's V-3, V-7 and V-1J scholastic programs, some regular university students and a fw freshman. He said he expected 20 or 30 more men would report before' practice ends July 3L. BELIEVE IT OR HOT W fV r -77. , f Wi J Ztt-:: U 1 MRS. ELINOR ORMSBy, Cho GAVE 8JRTHT0II CHILDREN IN 4 YEARS. TwmsTWice-Tnplet -then Quadruplets V BAKED APPLES WERE PICKED OF? TREES PURINO A HEAT WAVE .' Franklin County, Poina. HALF WHITE -HALF BROWN WCRE LAID PAlLYrOR9M0NTHS BY A HEN OWNED BY ttO.FlNLEY Vivi&n.La, Taking a Quick Spin Around the World of Sports By CHARLES MOREY VV Staff Correspondent NEW YORK. July 7 A quick spin around the sports beat: Don't look now and dont pass it along but that faint rumbling you can hear may be the Giants stirring in the National league cellar . . . The rather drab Ot-termen have been tearing into the western invaders and have more than held their own recently . . . Moreover, with "Wild Goose Kendell Chase throwing shutouts around there's no limit to what the Polo Grounders may do . . . They may even break into sixth place. Dave Gorman, a young and so far more or less inconspicous Jockey, apparently is a determined young man . . . He was dissatisfied with his riding contract held by the W. L. Ranch, so, he simply bought it up and transferred his tack to tho VV. P. Chrysler barn. Although the boxing game right now is as dead as the Alrika Korps, "Hercules" Chick Werge- les' isn't . . , Chick proclaims, in fact demands, that his number one boy, Beau Jack, is entitled to a title bout with Philadelphia Bob Montgomery before "any of those other guys", as he puts it, "can dip into the gravy." "RIDGE JUMPERS" For a perfect example of what makes "ridge jumpers' out of horse players and horse ownera. take the little drama being played around the William Helis stable .. . Helis, you will remember, is the wealthy Loulslanan who got the "racing fever" a few months back and had the cash to treat it . ? . He got together a few horses including a mediocre printer named Salto . . . Then, with the hope of winning a big stake, he planked down $53,0o for a classy colt called Atten tion . . . Ever since Helis bought Attention, the horse has grown progressively poorer . . . He not only has not won; a big handicap but in four starts he has only once finished in the money . . Meanwhile Salto has dis played better form with each start and Just the other diy came within a desperate length of winning the $50,000 Massachusetts handicap from Market Wise. If you are between 18 and 24 years of age and can run 100 yards In 11 seconds, broad Jump 20 feet, run a mile in 5 minutes, throw a 12-pound weight 41 feet and a baseball 240 feet, you can qualify for the A. A. U. physical fitness test. You can also qualify for the Commandos. Rangers, Chicago- Bears (fourth team) and a Class B superman. Boatswain's Mate Hugh Casey, the ex-Brooklyn fireman, turned up at Ebbets field the other day and after watching the Dodgers and Cubs, declared that the Norfolk naval station nine could torpedo them both without too much trouble ... In answer to a few raised eyebrows, Hugh explained hat Peewee Reese, Phil Rizzuto, Horn DiMaggio and burly Don Padgett were just "some of th boys' on the efficient Norfolk squad. V Some insects can walk or run on water without getting wet because the surface of the water is covered by a stretched, elastic skin made of Itself. This skin is taut like the rubber of an inflated balloon, and the insect walks on the tense surface. On request sent tcitt stamped addressed envelope, Mr. Ripley will furnish proof of anything depicted by him. w,-- m mm t ' WRITTEN BY JOHN VE3R,&r0okin,AMD REQuirffc SJMRS.ToReAD cft m. b i Boxers Signed for Featherweight Go HARTFORD. Conn, July 7. (UP) Boston's No. 1 challenger for the featherweight crown, Sal Bartolo, and Maurice (Lefty) LaChance, Lewiston, Me, today were signed for a ten-round bout here July 20. Promoter Lou Viscous! said the New England featherweight title of Willie Pep would be at stake. Pep, recently inducted into the navy, said he wanted the crown, which he won last summer from Abe Denner, put up for competition among leading New England featherweights. Phil Terranova, who last week knocked out Jackie Callura, National Boxing association featherweight champion, meets Ange Aviles here July 13. V Birthday Parties At Wheatfield WHEATFIELD. July 8. Master Eldon Jeffers celebrated his sec ond birthday with his parents entertaining at a party in his honor. Miss Edna Pearl Jeffers has been visiting her brother Cecil, and wife in Franklin. The 500 Country Bridge club met with Mrs. Emma Grube. Prizes were won by Mrs. M-ry Gmbe, Clara Murray and Mrs. Lillian Gulbransen. Charles William Jasperson was honor guest at a 6 o'clock dinner celebrating his fifteenth birthday, at the home of his uncle, Hillis Jeffers and family. Sgt. and Mrs. Fred Jeffers have returned to Salina, Kans, where he is stationed. Mrs. Ernest Biggs. Santa Monica, Calif., is a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Smith. Week-end guests of Charles Jasperson and family were: Mr. and Mrs. John Jeffers. Mrs. Berntce Keene and daughter, and Mrs. Gladys Eley, of Hammond. V BasehalPs Big Six By the Associated Press BATTING f3 leaders in each league) Flaver Club G AB R H Pet. Ourtrlght, WSox 5 177 30 60 .339 Stephens. Browns 39 220 31 73 .332 Musial. Cirdlnals 71 277 4 61 .329 Hockett, Indians 59 251 34 82 .527 Hrman. Dodders 7 290 39 91 .325 Hack, Cubs 71 269 35 87 .324 Rl-NS BATTED IN National League-Herman. Dodders 50 47 45 52 4 47 Nicholson. Cubs ... DiMaggio. Pirates American League Ftten, Yankees .. Stephens. Browns Laabs, Brown . HOME RUNS National Iyague Ott. Giants 12 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 Nirholson. Oibs DiMaggio, Pirates Litwhiler. Cardinals American League-Keller, Yankees York. Tigrs Stephens Browns Laabs, Browns Stylish Apparel on Credit S28 Main BU .Lafayette, Ind A IX WOOL (IARMKNTS Protected from Moths by Mnnite Process Grown Laundry By Rrgtaterad C. ft. Vmtrmt Offl RIPLEY .'' :-i ft AND 13 INCHES WIDE WAS RECEIVED BY PVT. WALTER KRA5 5, tamp r-oiK,La Officers Visit In Montmorenci MONTMORENCI, July 8 Lt. James Williamson and Lt. William Cleage the latter of- Alabama, flew here from Oklahoma, to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Williamson. The Rees family reunion will be held Sunday July 11, at Mur-dock park, Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Williamson and daughters of Marion Visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, S. Williamson, Barbara Jean and Ruth Ann remained for a visit with their grandparents. V Dietitians Visit Colburn Relatives COLBURN, July 8. Miss Mildred Rowe, of Idaho, and Miss Doris Klawman of Kansas, having finished their internship as dietitians at Christ hospital, Cincin nati, spent a day at the country home of the former's father. Elmer Rowe and family, before returning to their respective homes. Both young women have been accepted for military service. Miss Klawman has a commission as second lieutenant and will report for duty Aug. 1, while Miss Rowe awaits orders. Mrs. Effie Packer and sons and Mrs. Letishia Baker were in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Hall are the parents of a girl born July 1. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuhns. Trustee Urbon Trleda is having the winter coal put in the Colburn school. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chapman entertained at dinner at their country home south of Colburn. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Mellinger, of Bluffton, O.; Mr. and Mrs. John Mellinger and Austin Sutter and family of Rossville; William Drake and family, of Terre Haute; Mr. and Mrs. William Felix, Montmorenci; Mrs. Anna Chenoworth of Lafayette. Mrs. Joseph DeLong is visiting her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Joe DeLong. Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Kunkle spent the Fourth in East St. Louis with sisters of the latter. Misses Minnie and Charlotte Graebe. Rev. H. A- Kunkle administered the sacraments of baptism and Holy Communion to Mrs. Emma Wheeler, who has been quite ill. Mrs. Wheeler is the mother of Mrs. Harry Rodenbarger. STOVE REPAIRS We can furnish repair for most all makes and kinds of stoves if you can give us the number, name and manufacturer. EXCHANGE FURN. CO. MS MAIN A MUIR'S DRUG STORE Have openings for men under 33, with high school education. Position includes selling, display, ordering and learning the business. If you are willing to learn and start at from $33 to $15 per week apply at TilUin'S DRUG STORE . Third and Main Streets, Lafayette Chet Laabs Is on Sensational Home Run Hitting Streak ST. LOUIS, July 7. (AP Chet Laabs, the little guy who swings a wagon tongue for a bat, is on another home run hit ting streak like the sensational splurge last season when he smacked seven circuit clouts in eight' games. The Browns' outfielder has walloped five over the wall in six games, one of them the long est line drive he ever hit in Sportsman's park. It shot like a bullet 425 feet into the center- field bleachers. There's no particular reason for the sudden splurge, Laabs said today, except that "I feel fine at the plate." I develop confidence as I go along," he added, "and I almost defy a. pitcher to throw one past me. Laabs. who is 5 feet 8 inches tail and weighs 175 pounds, gets his tremendous drive from his exceptionally muscular wrists and forearms. Last year" he changed his stance and "squared around" to get greater pulling power. Laabs is the heir apparent to last year's home run king, Ted Williams, now that lanky Ted is in military service. Williams hit 38 last season, Laabs 27 and Charley Keller 26. Chet's current crashing has carried him into a tie for the home run lead with teammate Vernon Stephens, Keller and Rudy York of Detroit at 10-all. But, he says, and there's a note of determination in his voice: "I'm going to try to get ahead and stay there." V New Officers for Kentland Rotary; Farm Help Needed KENTLAND, July 8 The Kent-land Rotary club met Monday evening with the newly elected officers In charge. Alvin Cast succeeds Ira Dixon as president. C. L. Van Scoyk is vice-president; Chaffee Shirk, treasurer; and R. L. Hufty, secretary. Directors include in addition to the officers, Carl Funk and Jack Byrne. President Cast announced committee appointments as follows: Club service, Ralph Bower, chairman; A. M. Schuh, classifications; Jack Byrnes, fellowship; Ellsworth Wil son, attendance; Lloyd Staton, Rotary information; Ward Bartlett, public Information; C. L. Van-scoyk, Harold Foulkes and Ira Dixon, membership; Russell Zell, vocational service; Ed Johnson, community service; Clarence Kohl, war-t'me activities; Alex Gilmour, Boy Scouts: Harold Holmberg. 4-H club activities; Harold Foulkes, International service. Lieutenant Bethel Wilson of the Wacs, stationed at Daytona Beach, Fla., came home on a few days" leave with her mother, Mrs Alva Herriman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Staton are spending a week's vacation at cottage on Shafer Lake. Auxiliary Marian Warrick of Daytona Beach, visited her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Low ell Ford. HELP NEEDED An urgent appeal for volunteer farm labor has been issued by the Newton county emergency farm labor office. It was point ed out that due to the late plant ing season, many farmers are fac ed with the triple task of har vesting wheat, putting up hay, and tending weedy corn fields at one and the same time. Many farmers hive already been on a 21-hour-a-day, seven days a week schedule, and there is lit tie prospect for improvement There are 10 placement centers in the county and anyone who can devote just a few hours in the emergency is asked to register at one of the centers in order that all available labor may be utilized. John Krull Is home on furlough from an army training camp. He has been receiving special instruction as a cook, and has completed his training. Mrs. F. E. Sammis and daugh ter of Indianapolis, are spending the week with the former's sister, Mrs. Jacob Rieger and family. Mr. Sammis was here over the July Fourth holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Herriman of Indianapolis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schuster. Sr, and Mr. and Mrs. Alva Herriman. Captain. Ray Oestiger and wife visited briefly with the latter'! parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Simons. Captain Oestiger is stationed at Shrevenort, La. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Stucker were at their cottage on Shafer lake. V "Sporting one's oak" is a phrase originating in English universities, and means to shut the door as a sign of being engaged. STRRRT DETROIT GOES INTO 2ND PLACE Tigers Take Ninth Win in Eleven Starts; Trip Nats, 9-1. DETROIT, July 7 (AD The Detroit Tigers, winning their ninth decision in 11 starts, seized the American league's second place today by downing the Washington Senators. 9 to 1, for a 3 to 1 series edge. It was Washington's seventh defeat west. Southpaw Hal Newhouser pitched a five-hitter for his seventh victory and one of his rare triumphs over the Senators since 1S40. The Tigers landed on Alex Carrasquel. who suffered his fifth defeat, for four runs in the fifth. Jim Mertx yielded four more in the sixth and one in the seventh. Don Ross, who replaced the in jured Joe Hoover at shortstop, drove in four runs with a rait of singles with the bases loaded. WASHINGTON rnoi. lb flfllrf. cf Joh nun n. 3t Mrj.n. if iTtdir. - lb Sullivan. Giuhsnt. Csrnuwn!, p , , Jflerix. p Total .30 1 t J4 II DETROIT Crmr. c ft oovr. m A B. R. H. . A. K. Hnmt vaknid. u Hiijim. 3b Harris, tt Tor, lb Ploodworth. lt Rtrhflii. c Nawhoumr, p 1 Totals it t n :7 n Washington (trill t!rtl OdO. liroit e 44 II' i Ran. batted In Sonm. Ron 4 Wkefl.l1 2. HtKKlns, I:irhr1. Two Ttmmm Bit. Frm. ., W K.fl.ltl. 1S.W houMr. ExinMe, Mar r-iul. Built. an arid V.rnon; f"a, Vtrnna anl Johnson; V-rnon. Sullivan amt V.r- nnn: Prldd-. Ptitttvan .nil Vernon: HlrhanW and Hiirirlna. L-ft en lwi Waahinaton T, Detroit i. Nhmi on Bail C.rraaqu.l 4. M.rta J, New 'houa- er Strikeout Marts 1. Ntvhmiwr . Mit Off t'arra.ntl In 4 - In nlnrn. Merti 7 In S l-l. Loelnj pltch- arraaquei. Save xk to lh Sale Coats and Suits ALAN'S THK 8IVLJ- tOKNKH FUI.S Repairing Cleaning STEIGJEirS 530 Main St. Lafayette, Ind. For Qualify Clothing and Furnishings Shop at Corner 3rd and Columbia Footwear For Every Member of the Family. MITII" fi Hrs T. INVEST m THE DURABLE! Men- Wear Katl tide tkjaar 73c Value Folding Camp Stool 49c FORD HOPKINS w J ftl nil IrMintiitirrtw Corner of Fifth and Main Streets KERR and MAS0I1 FRUIT JARS 1 quart QQ Size, Dozen Uwv 1 rint 79c Size, Dozen SIMS Step by Slop Help A Fighiing 4 L Man! if) ------- -.r r The ahoea you have repaired re lease leather and labor to make the boot of fighting man! Scbilf Shoe Repar Dept. 320 MAIN ST. AB. R. H. O. A. r. A a I 1 A s i i ii at 4 1 2 8 1 1 1 . S 1 1 S O 1 1 .. , , 1 11 r 1 m ""Ml Tjy. """"" " '" ' L'"J' "" ' Sixty Entered In Indiana Golf Meet INDlANArOUS, Ind, July ?. (INS Sixty shot wiekiers have entered the 43rd annual chumplon-hip tournament of the Indiana Golf association which will begin Monday at the Broadmoor country club and continue through Friday, it wm announced today. Qualifying competition is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday the 32 low scorers will begin match play. The finals will be held Friday with war bonds and stamps as prises. Among the leading golfers enter-ed are Thil Talbot, f BJoom-Inirton: Dale Morey, of Martinsville: BUI Reed, of jasper; Maurice Rogers nd Fleet Kern, of Frankfort; Dick Taylor, of Weft Lafayette, and Paul Sparks, Dr. Harry Leer, Bert Kingan and Dick McCreary, all of Indianapolis. V rium pudding is not only a delectable English pastry but refers also to a rare figure in mahogany wood. -1 r - - iVf SATURDAY & MONDAY . -t .e...iWrii(if Ajficulty f th ,r.r.incr.a.f It ium. r t far eteel tot CM. at Army Cots f.atea wareiv a LI rii. Srra tee toe art!!. 'nMlnff .teles H-e.jr Imr Cm-. Z117S 1K ikjd&L BUG SCREENS Sort ball, offl.lal Im. IA inr-h. Protect jrour cool- tat Tlem far .". MI I meat car. Law a TCCL CASTIN0 ROB. CHILD'S riSMIN OUTriT ICASTINS SOD, (all Mea ls I .rr,,n CaSTINS KIEL. r. .lANOINQ HIT. ii..I .35 . t I 5 in ..71" innow ruCKtra. 98 NIWTON'S Kle.llka ! line, water. q. CIIARCXJAL CAMP STOVE Wlr Buet arm "e rstto.tE lm I m CHARCOAL r or camp (leva. Large sia bag. Zioa. 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