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J iY 5 FENSACOLA JOURNAL Friday, May IS, 1945 ombrs 38f Saufley Today ?n Title Gim First Round Tie Will Be Settled In Playoff Tilt The Eronson field Bombers and the Saufley field nine will meet at 4 p.m. Friday on the latter's diamond to decide the title for the first round In the interstatlon baseball league. . The two clubs won 4 games each and lost one during the first round of the Navy league which is composed of seven teams. The pressure was on the Bronson cluithis week. Trailing by one game at the end of the first round, the Bombers were called upon to defeat the strong Whiting field team- to stay in the running. It was a tough assignment since Bobble Fox, former Tennessee star had been inserted Into the Whiting lineup. The Bombers trimmed their opponents 8 to 3 and won the right to face Faufley in the playoff which will be for one game only. The win was particularly significant since Bronson is also the defending champions of the league. Five of last year's championship clubs, which was good enough to defeat Waldron field of Corpus Chrlsti. are on the present team. They are: Ted Williams, Bob Kennedy, Pete Petrich, Lonnie Heina and Tom Lindsay. Sauflev has some outstanding talent which includes Tommle Neal, Latta, Eddie Owcar and Bob Smith, Since the Saufley diamond is on the outside of the station, the public can view the game. Probable starting lineup. t Bronson Guy, 2b Shepherd, cf Williams, rf Kennedy, ss Carroll, 3b Lindsay, lb Grunkemeyer, Scott, c Petrich, or Heinz, p Sauflev Sansruinetti, ss: Owcar, 3b. Youel. lb Nell. 2b R. Smith, cf Carr. If If Latta. cf Thomas, e Hilbert, p . Excellent Mat Program Arranged Promoter Vic Kalfus claims to have put together an excellent wrestling card for Monday night. The program is advertised as ft double main event which will see the return of the Masked Demon, injured three weeks ago, and also the return of George Broadman, , Washington. D. C. who appeared here some years ago. Al Camnoc, the firey Arizona In dian will collide with Henry Har- rell. of Seattle, wasn., wrto is one of the fans favorite grapplers. The Masked Demon and Broad-man will meet in the first of the two matches. Pensacola High Winds Up Practices The Pensacola High school baseball squad will complete its 'practice session Friday at Catalonia park and windup the season Saturday at Legion field with a double header against the Golden Panthers of Murphy High of Mobile. Coach Ernie Priest announced the first game would start at 1:30 fi.m. Bob Frosio will hurl the open-ng game and Julian Miller the nightcap. Priest said. Murphy High has one of the best baseball teams among prep schools of Alabama, the local mentor stated. 'X-J - " -1 D0DCER BRAIN S President Branch Rickey (left) and manager Xeo Durocher of the Brooklyn Dodgers hold a confab on a bench at Durocher Field, Bear Mountain. N.. Y. OPA AFTER BLACK MARKETS JACKSONVILLE, May 17. JPy As part of a nation-wide "mass attack" on black m?Tets in meat, 24 retailers, jobbers and cafe operators in the North Florida OPA district have been subpoenaed and questioned in the past week, Roy M. Coffey, OPA district director, disclosed today. ! ' t 't lllffc 'A i V Cardinal Pitcher Asks Settlement Wants $1500 Raise, Confers With Attorney ST. LOUIS, May 17.W Mort Cooper, star St. f Louis Cardinal pitcher who has ben suspended indefinitely and fined $500 for leaving the team in Boston, arrived Jn St. Louis today and conferred almost immediately with 'his attorney. During the conference Cooper talked by telephone to President Sam Breadon in Rochester, N. Y. Attorney Lee Havener said a conference has been scheduled for May 23 in his office between Cooper, Breadon and Southworth. "We are near an agreement and there are several matters we couldn't discuss over the telephone but I am confident we can get the matter settled then," Havener said. Cooper declared he would not rejoin th team until his salary differences are settled. He said he was not surprised over his suspension and the $500 fine. "Southworth couldn't have done anything else," he stated. "Nor could I have done anything else." Mort has said that unless his demand for a $15,000 contract is met he would quit baseball. His present contract is for $13,500. Pepsi Colas Face Little Rock Again The Pepsi-colas all-stars will complete their two game series with the Little Rock Black Travelers at 5 pjn. Friday. The local NegTO team will engage the Mobile Black Shippers in a double header at Legion field Sunday. Arthur Weathers, manager of the team announced the first game will start at 2:30 p.m. A special section of the grandstand is reserved at each appearance of the all-stars. Foreign Notables r Bug-Eyed at Marty ! And Pretty Shops SAN FRANCISCO, May 17 (PV Bug-eyed from the unbebeT-ables displayed in San Francisco's shopping district. United Nations' delegates from looted, have-not Europe are on a spending spree. Some of the delegates are taking home electric irons, cooking utensils, razor blades, soap and of course chocolate. Bat the main thing is clothing. The French delegation, as one example, probably will take back to France ten times as much luggage as they brought here.; - Giants Lead By 3 Full Games Six Runs In 8th Tops Cubs, 8-5 NEW YORK, May 17. W Six runs in the eighth inning gave the New York Giants an 8-5 victory over the Chicago Cubs today and a clean sweep of a four day series, boosting their league lead to three full games. . Four Cub pitchers paraded to the hill in the eighth as 11 Giants went to bat, producing six scores on five singles three walks and a sacrifice Chicago 010 020 020 5 12 0 At New York ..200 000 06x 8 13 4 Passeau, aVndenberg (8), Chip- man 18). Stewart (8). and Williams: Hansen, Fischer (9) and Lombard!, Berries (9). PIRATES STOP BROOKS BROOKLYN, May 17. (V- Brooklyn's spectacular 11-game winning streak came to an end today as the Pittsburgh Pirates blasted three Dodger pitchers for 15 hits to win 12-3. - Despite four errors behind him, Nick strincevich went the route for his third victory, limiting the Brooks to six tuts. Pittsburgh .... 005 000 40312 15 4 At Brooklyn ..000 120 000 3 6 3 Strincevich and Lopez, V. Davis (7) ; Seats. . Webber 3 Baker uj and Owen. Canter Club Sells Horse Show Tickets W. W. Davis, chairman of the Canter club horse show, has announced that tickets - are now for sale and may be purchased from any member of the club. The Canter club which is six years old. will hold its third show Sunday, May 27. It is expected that about 25 of the horses entered will be local ones. Davis will make an announcement within a few days regarding the judges for the show. War bonds and trophies will be prizes, and will be given In all classes. Aroostook county, Maine, normally grows about one-ninth of the entire potato crop of the United States, Control Board Member Pleased Scott Says Solons Sustain Charges ! LIVe' OAK, May 17. j5jvI T. T. Scott, member of the state board of control, commenting on -the report issued this week following a joint legislative committee's investigation of charges of extravagance and laxity in the operation of the University of Florida, expressed satisfaction that it "sustains 12 out of the 14 charges which I presented." "My interest in this matter, Scott asserted, "has been based purely and simply on my desire that the young men of the state should have the best possible advantages at the universiy. i Scott said: . "It has been my constant aim to aid in the development of the universityand other institutions under direction of the board of control. I have done everything I could to promote that development, and have supported appropriations and programs, calculated to improve the facilities and work of the university. v ; T have favored the providing of all necessary funds, with due consideration of the taxpayers' interests and I have never favored a niggardily support of the Institution. " : "On the other hand,' I have opposed ; wastefulness and extrava-gance, in the operation of "the university just as with other state in stitutions. I have felt, and still feeLi that the taxpayers of Florida take great prfde in these institutions, and want them adequately provided for. . "I do not feel, however, that wastefulness or extravagance in their operations should go un-noted, any more than in any other single activity or expenditure of public money." Bees sometimes go five miles after food, but the usual maximum distance is about a mile. - i THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. . Mm . a- r i V 1 ! v X GEORGE: "Yes, I certainly would like to hear .why you call that an old fashioned idea, Judge." ; , OLD JUDGE: "Glad to tell you. George. Until recently, a person known 'at an alcoholic was generally treated as a social outcast. Little if anything was done to understand him or help him. But, during the past few years, medical research and study has developed that alcoholics are really sick people ... that there is usually a deep-rooted physical, social or emotional reason behind their behavior. That's why today so much is being done to help them by finding out and correcting the condition that leads " them to excess." i GEORGE: "How many folks are there like that. Judge? i-OLD JUDGE:" Well, according to scientific research. 95 of the people who drink; drink sensibly,-5 do so unwisely, at times. Included in that 5 is the small percentage of the sick people I'm talking about." i GEORGE: "That certainly 'gives me a clearer picture. It's the most sensible approach I've ever heard on the subject." rj adrttiistmtnt tponsrrti hy Cnjrrtnc mf AUtltoltr Brrtfmit Industrial, In CARDINALS WHIP BRAVES BOSTON, May 17. ;P Ken O'Dea's fifth inning . double with three men on put the game on Ice for the St. Louis Cardinals today as they took the Boston Braves 7 to 4. Butch Nieman hit Ken Burk hardt's first offering for a homer. scoring three runs, but the Cards pitcher settled down! after that and the only other Boston run of the eame was in the third when Car- den Gillenwater's single brought in Holmes. - St. Louis ......200 040 0017 11 0 At Boston 301 000 0004 7 1 Partenheimer, Burkhardt (1), and Odea; Andrews, Hutchlngs (6), Schacker (8) and Kiuttz. Home runs: Sanders (1) Nieman (1) Adams (9). , . - v PHILADELPHIA. May ;l7 Walter Beck's five-hit pitching helped the Cincinnati Reds win 4-2 over the pruiadeipnia rnmies toaay. Cincinnati .. ..000 002 020 4 9 2 At PhiladelDhia 000 000 1102 5 0 Beck and Just;. Wyatt. Lucier (9), and Mancuso, Seminick (9) home runs: McCormicie t8). Scores Yesterday , (By The Aoctd Prcaa) AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Chicago (postponed. cold weatherl. Philadelphia at Detroit (both games postponed, rain). - WfceLlngton at Cleveland (both arameo DostDoned. wet k rounds). Bo? ton at St. LouU (postponed, wet groundt). NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago a; New York S. Pittsburgh 12: Brooklyn 3. St. Louis 7; Boston 4. Cincinnati 4; Philadelphia S. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION (All night sanies). New Orleans at Birmingham. Chattanooga at Little Rock. Atlanta at Memphis (doubleheader). Mobile at Nashville (doubleheader). Probable Pitchers NEW YORK. May 17. (AP)-Prob able pitchers for tomorrow's ; major league games. (Won and lost records in parentheses): - NATIONAL LEAGUE; Pittsburgh at New York Sewell (3-3) vs Feldman (4-0). Chicago at Brooklyn (night) Erick- son X0-0) vs Pfund (1-0). Cincinnati at Boston Carter (1-2) vs Javery (1-1). St. Louis at Philadelphia (night) Brecheen (2-1) vs Sprouli (0-2). AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at St. Louis (night) Borowy (-0) vs Kramer (3-1). Boston at Chicago Cecil (2-1) or Ferrlsn (3-0) vs Haynes (3-1). Washington at Detroit Niggellng (l-Z) vs- JNew-nouser IZ-3 ). Philadelphia at Cleveland ChristO' pher, (5-1) vs Reynolds (2-2).. How They Stand ....... Teams- Chicago .. New York Detroit . . St. Louis . .... Washington . . Philadelphia .. Boston Won Lost Pet ....12 8 .S67 ,...13 T ....11: ' .... ....10 12 . 12 8 12 Cleveland 12! NATIONAL LEAGUE .650 .611 .600 .455 .429 .400 .316 Tea nil New York . Brooklyn .. ( St. Louis .... Chicago .. ., Boston . . ., Pittsburgh Cincinnati Philadelphia tf'-r .4. ..IS ....11 ..........10 ....10 10 . Won Lost Pet T 12 12 12 12 12 19 .300 .69 .473 .455 .455 .435 .429 .240 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Teams Won Lost Pet, New Orleans IS 3- .842 Atlanta ... ........... .14 3 Mobil .. ....12 t Chattanooga ,. 10 T Little Rock Birmingham .. 11 Memphis .. 3 - 15 Nashville ........... 3 II .824 .6 .583 .471 .389 .118 .113 Tito"s Trieste Claim Goes Before Diplomats TRIESTE. May 17. 0T British troops and Yugoslav partisans stood guard shoulder to shoulder at Important buildings In this troubled "hot spot" tonight while the dispute over Marshal Tito's claims to the city anterea aipiomaue cnan nels. ' . The tense air of a week ago, after the Yugoslavs first occupied the eitv. had disanijeared. American and British notes to Tito appeared to have jelared the air, and Allied suppliesfor forces in northern Italy now into ine porc wiuoui inter ruption. ; ' Nipponese Warned No Optiimism Seen SAN FRAK CISCO: May l.fJP Radio Tokyo increasingly jittery over the battle for Okinawa, told the Japanese people today there "is no room for any optimistic think ing whatsover. -The war situation on Okinawa has entered upon a grave stage, said the domestic broadcast inter cepted . by the federal communica tions commission. "The enemy's offensive drive has become extremely severe and concentrated." Only this week- Radio Tokyo announced that Japanese troops on Okinawa faced overwhelming odds. Gene Tunney Returns To Inactive Duty WASHINGTON, May j 17. ( Commander James J. (Gene) Tun ney who has been special adviser to the chief of naval personnel" for physical training, today returned to inactive duty. 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