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TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1955 True or False -ELMIRA' STAR-GAZETTE -PAGE THIRTEEN. By Alan Gould Jr. You Give the Answers People keep asking: t Doesn't the success of the Can my young son wait until Horseheads Booster Club make the first registration for Small Fry other area high school athletes baseball Saturday afternoon at and coaches envious? Shouldn't Hudson St.? Would Slim Elliott. Frank "Brother" Klimek sret a voted Elmira's greatest basketball pat on the back for fighting above player of the half century, be in- his weieht class to lose for the Soraci Home for 3 Weeks ' ' Coles Joins Pioneers, but Where Can He Play? Considering that' the ball club! developments. ilooked good (batting ,.273) but itipitching in 10 games the first t?rested in the Southside High first time in eight years of fceigh-1 is out oi town and chilled out of j The traffic also included Bob1"13? be a question of too many! month at Fort Worth coaching job if somebody contact- borhood House ed him at Ogdensburg? ments? Will the 1955 Pioneers be one or ttiose good teams that never! CAN NONSENSE can get started V 1 of losing those two to the Giants) if he were still in Brooklyn vel vet? Could Dressen's silence be happening to a nicer guy than Walt Alston? Is Ed Kelly just awaiting warm nights before announcing a re- because of iniur-F bs? Has any El f mira team ever be.'iun with worsa luck than Ray Hathaway's hospital cases? How many hundreds nf base-bs'l piayers are "ahead of a record pace" in the first month of the season? And turn of the groaners for a final how few will be broken by Sep-; fling at Dunn Field? Will the tembcr? What do the radio men May showers bring June flowers? mean when they offer "!.omor-: With the World Series starting row's headlines" and then read Sept. 28 this year shouldn't the stories from the afternoon annual "October Classic" have its papers? j nickname changed or its dates re- arranged? Aren't the stock car IS MARY ANDREWS oing to racers the unluckiest of all in sell the Dixie Bowling Alleys for the weather lottery? something around $250,003? And; if she does will the new owners; SINCE THIS is the second want to raise the price of bowl-; straight year they've broken close ing to 40c per game? I to the top, shouldn't the other Will we ever be satisfied that 'clubs examine the training pro-we know whether Harold John-!gram of the Detroit Tigers? Is son was punched, pushed or pol-;Mayo Smith soon to be '.he next luted? If it had been boxing and ex-manager of the Phillies? not the Kentucky Derby wouldn't! Wrould Kobacker's Shulman's that last day rush of money on and Dusty's, the top three avcr-the winner Swaps have called age Elmira bowling teams, be in-for an investigation by some-jterested in a challenge match, body's commission? Didn't those, proceeds of which might be used who bet on Racing Fool prove to start a fund to encourage a their point? Is there anybody schoolboy bowling league? Was with a better joke on himself to-that 19-3 published score against day than the guy who drew slow,the Commercial Softball League finishing Trim Destiny in the champs last week a typographical effice pool? ! error? Or did the champs make an the errors? boxing tourna- a game at Albany, Monday was a'Dolan, who's been told by Doc surprisingly Dusy aay ior jcimira Burke that his bruised hand baseball traflic. won't be ready until the end of ho cnrneitl rnones were Tinging ami piay- th wppIc: nnnff ftnst n. nn h k any farther than the talk thatje" Pa!F.'" in and out a11 day atway to Mobile; John Williams Rocky Marciano's title is in hon-Du"n ie; , , , I working out with new determina- est jeopardv against The Blimp? . c"uc oies, tne oumemer, ar-jtion and plans or comeback; How come Charley Dressen's been! rived from Mobile and Charley ;and a phone call from Joe Bie. so quiet? Isn't it logical to asifmel Soraci reported that his chipped;lemeier the approaching pitcher, he'd have won them all (instead least tnree weeks in the maJr who's not expected before to night. 7 f j u . A-r A,: Jfj I I SORACI Out at Home io. i bill, wimamson. wnoi r.w. c ,.r,c-r..c- . , . ... if 1 1 . ij vnroui a perennially was rejected by Brooklyn's cau- st basketball sauad I coll' Dick Lyon Named RPI Grid Coach Dick Lyon, onetime star ath lete at Edison High in Elmira outfielders and other guys being! Gostlin wasn't scheduled to more available. I show up here again. The Goose If McBride, Coles, Lindsey and; had been promoted to Mobile in Baseball Talk Dressen, Lane Eager For Trades MANSFIELD BOWS, 1 1 MANSFIELD L ock Hivei came up with four runs in thi 1 10th inning yesterday to whip Mansfield, 6-2, in a Pennsylvania State Teachers College Confer-ience game. . ! LOCK HAVEN. 100 001 0O0 4- 10 1 MANSFIELD . . 002 000 000 01 1 I McMullin, Peturk f) and Dun-more: Wallers and Witowski. Mann continue to click, Soraci probably will be switched to Newport News or possibly Pueblo when his ankle mends. Bielemeier probably will be flown to Albany in time for a scheduled doubleheader Wednesday. He should be in shape after By JOE REICHLER NEW YORK UTi Out of the fifth Elmira season, mouths of the major league man- his wife had gone lasers and players: the deal that brought Bielemeier back for a Gostlin and home to Toronto Saturday and started to drive to Mobile Sun day. Their car broke down so Doug sent his wife back home and he's continuing by air. Coles left this morning by plane and now is in Schenectady. Mot Much Room "Where will I play?" the chunky little guy had to ask. It was a good question. Man ager Hathaway needs neip out mostly he needs it in the infield where Dolan, Bobby Elkins, Jack Whiteheads and Emil Syngel are ailing. Soraci is an outfielder but nis spot was taken over when fca Lindsey came in from Mobile. Already on the picket line are Dave Mann, hitting close to .300 and stealing everything in sight, and Art McBride, who s begun to connect as witness his two homers Sunday. If Hathaway feels Coles is ready (Chuck says he's come to the plate only 46 times in a month) room must be made. Goles batted .296 a couple of years ago in Double A and is considered a prospect. He's fresh from the Army now. Soraci is on his way home to Valley Stream. There's no sense in him sitting around Elmira. While's he's down there he'll be treated by Dr. fcorn, the Brooklyn physician. May Not Be Back It's possible, too, that Charley won't be back this year. He's Meet the Pioneers Curr y Consistent r MOVE IT YOURSELF RENT A TRI CK Save up to 75 Even thing furnished but the driver. ERTZ TRICK RENTAL SYSTEM (Licensed) 112 College Phone 3-4477 Lacey Curry,' an all-around in-fielder, has more Class A experience than any other member: of the Pioneers and with it all is only 23-years-old. Curry was signed to a St. Paul contract in 1951 but was soon sent to Class A Pueblo where he hit .279. He couldn't even last at Pueblo at that figure, however, but at Class C Bisbee-Douglas he connected for .383. The next two years he spent at Pueblo, then last year went to Class B Newport News at a time when the Dodgers were picking only well-proved colored players for that Virginia city. In the last three years his averaee has been consistent. At Pueblo he batted .289 and .287 At Newport it was .283. Lacey is married and has one child. He lives in Denver during the winter and has two years completed at Denver U. He also serves as a postal clerk in the off-season. He's 5-9 and weighs 165. Manager Hathaway's summa- .s i 3.. -. Charlie Dressen, Washington Senators: "I am ready to trade anybody on the ball club if I think it will help us. I have several deals in mind. I advise a lot of Washington nlavers to buv rail- road stock because a lot of them s?E-iM:a are going to travel shortly." I (Advertisement) Bucky Harris, Detroit Tigers: j "When I was managing Washing-1 ton! I was upset because the Nats r-. didn't make a big pitch to sign Al Kaline. They had first look at him : before the Tigers ever heard of him. Now I'm lucky they didn't! get him. He can do, just about! L-'. . I 11. ...-11 7T- U-n & everyuung ana uo n weu. ne iws all the physical equipment, plus ! CURRY . . . Usually at .280 tion: "a good ball player but inclined to coast. We have to keep jackin' him up." Mister Bee's SCORE BOARD tious scout Greg Mullcavy, the;vvith the "graduation" of Chuc'JHeights is the new footba11 coach nbS- prosPecVto cofmeiSteveskey and the sudden death!0' Keher Polytechnic In-out of Elmira schools in two of Co cn A1 L ,.4, , t!stitute at Troy, N. Y. decades? Won't there be a flock ekend" I The three-sport star for Edi- of impatient scouts waiting for Do the Yankees wish thev'd'son succeeds Jonn Coons, who Edison's sophomore pitcher Stosh traded Gi, M Dou2aid who., ;nt! resigned last month according Kohan during the next two years? ;palsy with Casey and is hitting!0 e announcement by Paul HIU tWIJICil lUdiai OLUiK Odll-.nniV irj l' lln rha Ilnfitfnrs raolHr vj. iora tne most aisappomted col-need Karl Spooner (and Don1 lege crew coacn roaay since he Newcombe)? ngurea to end .Navy's great streak on me roiomac aaiuraay out was; even one ticket to the Ba:ilio-beaten to it by Penn? iDeMarco fight? Lyon, 31, is a graduate of Colgate. He' has been a high Divorce Granted Ted May Be Back This Week Possible Player Deal '.-Frank Lane (general manager,! Chicago White Sox: "There is a possibility of a three or four-player L deal between Baltimore and Chi-! cago. I talked with Paul Richaids and while we haven't reached a conclusion yet, there's a chance! we can swing a deal involving sev eral players. I admit I want an outfielder." Vic Rasehi (pitcher), Kansas City Athletics: "I was pleased with the way things went in my first outing, except for that first, inning when they scored three runs. I didn't feel strong but it wasn't because of my arm. It was just that four innings was just about as far as I could go. I need to do some more pitching and I need more running. In about a week or 10 days I think I will be ready to go all the way." Mister Bee's Puzzle I 2 6 ! ? Y ' 75" -t - 1 Grays Beat Cards and Chill In Only Eastern Game i i i. i. i t.ii. Saddest request: Can't vou get r ,u 8 ?Qe T n v. 6. villi tnr tnp nact civAn vagrc In his last six years his teams have won 35, lost nine and tied four. At Wellsville for the past two years he has coached base ball as well as football. Edison Class of '42 Dick was graduated from Edison in 1942. The next fall he had a full tuition scholarship at Syra cuse where he played on the freshman - football team. Then he joined the Navy Air Corps issoctaica rress. Emil Panko sacrificed. The Red- The Allentown Redbirds lost birds tried f6r Cooean at sec- " V 6 tu T, j u an? mlssea ana bot11 men trainine Drozram and was switch-a two-run ninth-mmns rallv dur- wi safo tk training program ana was swucn- mg tne only Eastern League ed into scoring position. Coogan g.-riie played. raced home On a nascpH hall anrl Uilliamsport pushed the win-one out later, Walt Vinyard, run ning runs across on a passed ball and steal of home to creep with in 15 percentage points of league-leading Binghamton. The other league games were chilled out. ing for Panko, stole home, WtlLIAMSPORT AI.LEST0WN L. abhoa abhea arone.ia 3 0 2 1 Burton.cf 10 4 0 Davil.Of IDIfl Ka'n IV. A A A t LaCosta.3b 4 0 3 3 Shawver.rf 4 0 10 iCoogan.lb 3 2 S 0 McOhea.lf 4 0 3 0 Gray lefty Don Kildoo gave up vinyard if o o o o Hert ck.ib 3 o a 1 an A iu..inm'. n.ilGreenW,rt 3 0 3 0 Drake.c 3 14 1 iuui iiiuj oiiu juituiunm "",Mazski.2b 4 0 0 1 Mayer.st 43 10 Mitcneu oniy tnree. i?i5y 3 1 9 0 Mltch"o 1102 kwwu.v it V i Totali !H8li Total it 4 tl IS vrilllamnporl i ana o4 First baseman Dale Coogan, a former Pittsburgh Pirate who tint two nf the three Grav safe- 7:-. . ,r, n.n.H ""' ... ! 0 10? i cS .Y""'5 . RBarone. Coogan 2 Vinvard. Hert- the fatal ninth With a Walk. werk. Drake. ElNoni. BBI-Coogan ; 2.- Mayer, Mitchell. 3B Mavar. HR . ... Cogan. SB Burton. Vinyard. S Kil- Orlaccn Rn n Ath Win. do-. pnk."- Greenald. Left-Willlam- ' sport 5; Allentown 7. BB Kildoo 5; Miicnen 3. SO Kildoo 5: Mitrhell 4. HO Kildoo 4 In 9: Mitchell 3 In 8. R-ER Kildoo 2-2: Mitchell 4-3. PB Drake. W Kildoo (1-2.1. L Mitchell (0-21. U Morrisey and Kinnamon. T 2:25. A 303. 7-2, Over Interlaken ODESSA Odessa trimmed Interlaken, 7-2, yesterday to notch its fourth victory in five Lakes Region League games. Odessa's Merle Slater slammed a three-run hbme run in the second inning to lead the winners' INTERLAKEN 010 001 0-2 t 2 ODESSA 030 301 x 7 8 4 G." Johnson and Redman and Hosenfleld. Allentoivn Fans Get 1$xtrq Ticket ed to Colgate. He played football, basketball and baseball at Colgate and was graduated in 1947. The next year he went to Clyde Central. He has a masters degree in phys-ed from Springfield College. The new RPI coach is the son of Mrs. Geraldine Lyon of 233 W. 17th St. in the Heights. Mrs. Lyon said today her son was home last weekend and left Sun day to go to Troy for an inter view. She knew he wanted the job but the news that he got it was new to her this noon. Dick is married to the former Helen Lynch of Springfield They have two children, Kathryn 5, and Timothy, 3. POM League Hamilton . . 200 Oil 0509 8 0 Wellsville . 000 200 0002 7 3 Smith and Brown; McLca and Henry. MIAMI, Fla. LB-A Florida circuit judge may decide today whether Ted Williams returns to base ball. Dade County Senior Circuit Judge George E. Holt, called Thumping Ted out at home Monday in granting a divorce to Mrs. Doris Soule Williams on her plea that she and the Boston Red Sox star "just couldn't get along. But the Tennessee-born judge postponed until today a ruling on how much money Williams must Dav the attractive, dark-haired woman he married 11 years ago, One of Mrs. Williams attorneys indicated she had agreed to a lump settlement. It was believed Williams would await the court's ruling on the size of the settlement before making up his mind whether to return to the game that made him famous and paid him as high as $100,000 a season. Ted Not Sure "I'm not sure if I'll play base ball," Williams said after yifi 30 minute divorce hearing. Williams attended the hearing wanted to be married any more," Mrs. Williams told the court. She testified Williams had been giving her $125 a week and had, paid such extra expenses as new tires for her Cadillac. She said he paid her $12,500 since Jan. 1, 1954, and paid taxes and insurance on their $42,000 home in South Miami. Williams' attorney asked the Finally Following Orders Fred Haney, Pittsburgh Pirates: if When I accepted the job of managing three seasons ago, Branch , Rickey put down three things on a slip of paper and handed it to me. The three points were: 1. Get out of the cellar. 2. Put together a re in Boston. Red Sox General Man- spectable team on the field. 3. Win ager Joe Cronin said he didn'tthe pennant as soon as possible. Ted told me he didn't think he most of his time fishing in the Florida Keys. Plans Unknown know any more about Williams' baseball plans than anyone else. As usual, Williams wasn't talking. However, Boston Sports Editor Ed Costello of the Herald, reported, has been bothering me ever since that Williams plans to join the I fielded Rov Cairmanella's hit slugger's wife how much she would j Red Sox Friday. Williams, The down the line in the 11th inning at need to keep herself and their 7- Herald said, will be ready foriEbbets Field last Monday night. I year-old daughter, Barbara, in ineipincii-muing duty a ween later style to which she was accustomed.! and for full-time duty by May 27 "I have no idea," she replied. "He's confident he can be ready Separate Maintenance for limited duty after only a week Dle swinging at inside pitches." They were married May 4,. 1944,; of womng out Decause ne Kept Eddie Stanky, St. Louis Cardi This is the first time that I really feel I am following orders to the letter." Bobby Thomson (outfielder), Milwaukee Braves: "My shoulder had to throw off balance to hold him to a single, and i guess the strain was too much. I have trou in Pensacola, Fla., where she had! in excellent physical condition this been a hotel cashier and he was; winter, the newspaper reported, in the Navy. Mrs. Williams filed -- for separate maintenance on Jan 19, 1954, charging "mental abuse, both private and public. Attorneys for both sides attempt ed to bring about an out-of-court settlement but when these efforts failed, she filed for an outright divorce Williams operates a fishing tack- but didn't take the stand and did le business in Miami with Sam not contest the action. 'Snead, the golf star, but spends Martinez Can't Get Fights; 'Disgraceful,9 Says IBC Man R. Cole SLADE VS. ANDREWS BUFFALO OH Paul Andrews, sixth ranking light heavyweight contender, moves into the heavyweight division tonight when he meets hard-punching Jimmy Slade of New York in a 10-round fight in Memorial Auditorium. The bout will not be televised. .010100 0002 9 0 .000 000 0000 5 2 Hughes, A T T 17VrriMTT r imk CAMM 303 hardy baseball fans here will ( ' i ,l. j.j Erie . nave meir uaiieiite-icwaiueu l' n..,.. j i7nn... ...:. .v,. rm.J Monaco and Kopec, ...gm. .u. l, lu-wria m i.. v Tetj (8) an(J Nichos A Eastern League baseball game against Williamsport. BASEBALJ, MOTHERS MEET The faithful fans paid admission An auxiliary for the Town of in near-freezing weather last night Elmira Little League will be to see Williamsport beat the lo- formed Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. cals, 4-2, and the Allentown Club.in a meeting at the Hendy Ave. reciprocated by inviting them to School voting room. All mothers tonight's game. of Little Leaguers are invited. i )) I '.:- r 1 . . l NEW YORK m Jim Norris. president of the International Boxing Club, is scheduled to take the stand May 19 in the New York State Athletic Commission probe of complaints by a fighter that he has been blacklisted. The fighter, Vince Martinez of Paterson, N.J., complains he has been unable to get fights since he broke with his manager, Bill Daly. He says other managers, have blacklisted him. The commission opened a hearing last Friday. Norris was scheduled to appear today but was unable to make it because of business in Chicago. Commission Chairman Julius Helfand called a 10-day recess. The managing director of the IBC, Harry Markson, was the chief witness Monday. He testified that he considered it "disgraceful and outrageous" that Martinez couldn't get work. He said he himself tried to make Penn Favored In Regatta NEW YORK The University of Pennsylvania, conquerof of once unbeatable Navy, is favored to win the Eastern sprint championship Cavarretta Made Scout By White Sox CHICAGO tfi-Phil Cavarretta whose entire 22-year major league baseball career was spent in a Chicago uniform, has reached the end as an active player. In trimming their roster for the 25-player limit deadline at midnight Wednesday, the Chicago White Sox Monday dropped the veteran outfielder-first baseman ;from the active list and made him a scout. His territory will be in Texas. He and his family make their home at Dallas. "Cavvy was signed right out nf CMcnen' I,an Tern Hisfh matches for Martinez without sue- School by the Cubs in 1934. and cess. The fighter's ex-manager.jafter a two-month apprenticeship uaiy, is treasurer or tne powerful in the minors, he joined the International Boxing Guild. At the hearing, it was disclosed Martinez had signed an exclusive contract with the IBC but Norris never signed. Troy, Wyahising Win RTL Games SAYRE Both Athens and Sayre were defeated in Roosevelt Trail League baseball games yesterday away from home. Saturday for heavyweight eight-oar . rTTLlL .E.V: ill "H VJi "tl'Vl aill'TVlll me SneilS. pAHclrin. nnlw thrn. Uiim D,rt MM The race will be staged on the fn Xrnv ' Phi, . Bruins in the fall of that year. He remained with the team until the spring of 1954, when he was entering his fourth year as manager. Then he was let go and the White Sox signed him as a player for the 1954 campaign. He batted .316 in 71 games for the Comiskeys, turning in a fine emergency job at first base for the injured Ferris Fain. Golfer's Ace Potomac River at Washington, D. C, with an even dozen entries Penn and Navy will renew their rivalry as the first and second-seeded crews. Penn ended Navy's record 31 'race winning streak last Saturday, run First heat Penn, Wisconsin. Yale, Columbia, Rutgers, Syra cuse. Second heat Navy. Harvard, MIT, Boston U. ton. Trials are scheduled morning with freshmen and junior varsity heats preceding the heavies. hit two triples and a pair oi On Wrong Hole GLENS FALLS, N. Y. (iT Golfer Clyde Burch canned a hole-in- singles. one Monday in the wrong hole. Wyalusing spilled Athens 10-9 Burch drove from the third tee at in an extra inning. The win wasBay Meadows Country Club and the fifth game of the season1 the ball landed in the second hole. -, which Wyalusing has won by one; 30 yards away. A strong wind was 'blowing at the time. nals: "All I ask is that our fans have patience with the club. It's a young ball club that is bound to make a few mistakes because of inexperience. Potentially, however, it has the makings of a fine team that is bound to get better much better. It's the kind of club that once it gets hot, it may be hard for the others to cool it off. I have all the faith in the world in my guys and I am confident we'll get rolling pretty soon." ACROSS: 1. Hew Pioneer Outfielder S. Gold (Spaalah) 8. Pioneer would Uka lome winning- . S. Hathaway llkea to fat blames . baae. 10. Any Detroit player 11. Pitchers Uka to fet these DOWN: 1. Pitcher Doein't ilka to ba on S. Mew Tork Subway Dirlilom (Abbr.) 3. Does with "either 4. Ocean T. Outfielder for Phillie I. Cleveland Pitcher t. Former Giant manager. Send your entry to Mister Bee, 137 East Water Street right away. First correct entry wins a Gift Certificate for $5.00. Every correct solution wins a ticket good for any Pioneer Home Game. BERGERS SAY: For Sum mer comfort it work or play . . . it's BOND Slacks. They're lightweight, good looking and they fit right. Gabardines, linen weaves and tropicals In regular, long and short sizes. Colors and styles you'll like re In now . . . priced from $8.95. See 'em tomorrow at BERGERS. 137 EAST WATER STREET Elmira's BONO Clothes Store 1 f "Brother, you never ) V had it so mild!" Cornell, , Prince- in the r STAKES WINNERS Winners of the Open Shooting Dog Stake at the Chemung County Rod & Gun' Club Field trial Sunday are posed with their handlers "and officials. In front are Genesee Xuck with owner Al Shear; Sky Bell's Brownie with handler Wink Griffin, and Skyrocket's Admiral with Don Mauser of Baldwinsville. In rear are Judge Al Pilon; Field Trial Chairman Dr. A. C. 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