Hartford Courant from Hartford, Connecticut on June 5, 1949 · 49
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Hartford Courant from Hartford, Connecticut · 49

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Sunday, June 5, 1949
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THE HARTFORD COURANT: SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 1949. C S Bob Goodyear Out-Duels Bob Wolcott To Give Yale 6-2 Verdict Over Tigers New Haven, ' June 4.- (AP.) Tale, acorinc a trio of rung in the econd and eighth frames, triumphed over Princeton today as Hie Big Three rivala renewed their 79-years-old baseball series, C to 2. Although both clubs are members ct the Eastern Intercollegiate League, the outcome here had no bearing on the standing. Bob Wolcott held the victors to four hits, five less than winning twirler Bob Goodyear, but his support wasn't as strong. Wolcott fanned six, two more than his mound opponent. Yale went in front in the second and was never headed. A pass, Paul Lambert's two bagger, aa error and another double by Art Dowd produced a trio of runs. x TENNIS SALE $15. GRADE NYLOn STRUNG RACKETS $9.95 These include: W 4 D Davis Cup, Win. Bancroft, Dunlop, Max Ply. LIMITED STOCK NYLON STRUNG CORTLAND RACKETS $6.00 Grade $3.95 TENNIS BALLS Practice Grade 3 for SI. 00 3 in a can, any make $1.59 TENNIS SNEAKS MZSS 9 WOMENS SPECIAL SI. 49 50 Trumbull St. 2-8785 The Tigers picked up a tally In the third when Walt Armstrong's single chased in George Keepler, who had reached first on a pass earlier in the session, . The Blue added another brace of three in the eighth, mainly through Dick Cook's timely triple which drove in Dick Tettlebach and Bob James. Cook registered on, a fielder's choice. A single by Kepler scored Ed Irvin who had doubled a moment before him in the final inning. YALE Tettlebach cf Kreutzer lb Jameg c Cook rX Raynor rf FltzKerald If Lambert ss Smith 2b , Dowd 3b Goodyear p Totals j PRINCETON Kepler cf Fair-child M Batrd rf Armstrong 2b Prior e Becker lb Irvin 3b Wolcott a-Carpenter ab r 4 1 h o a e rbl 2 3 4 0 3 4 3 4 2 28 ab 4 5 3 4 4 3 4 . 1 1 0 10 0 5 1 3 O 0 0 1 1 1 0 6 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 o 0 0 5 4 5 0 4 1 3 O 1 O 5 27 11 ho 2 O 11 0 1 10 2 6 0 10 1 2 2 3 O 1 0 O 0 6 erbt O O 0 O 1 : 0 O O O O Totala 35 2 9 "24 10 1 2 Yale ' 030 000 03x 6 Princeton 001 000 0012 2b, Irvin, Lambert, Dowd; 3b; Cook; ah. Kreutzer: sb. Kreutzer. Smith: left, Princeton 9, Yale 3: bb, off Wol cott 4, Goodyear 3 ao, by wolcott 6, Goodyear 4: u. Mullln and Lockerv: t, 2:10. a Carpenter struck j out lor w oicuit in ytn. I III I' I ! ' I ' First Place at Stake In Twilight Circuit Tha Lords and Red Stags will battle for first place in the Hartford Twilight League Monday night at Colt Park. The rivals are the only undefeated teams In the six-club loop which opened Its season last week. The Stags and the Lords clash on diamond No. 7 while the Dukes and Shamrocks clash In another Monday gam on No. 8. There Is a single gam carded Wednesday at Colt Park with the Cubs facing the Columbia AC on No. 7 . The week will be completed with a full schedule of three contests on Friday night. The games are: Co lumbia A(J vs. uukes on no. t; cubs vs. Stags on No. 8, and Shamrocks vs. Lords on No. 11. The standings: W L Pet Red Stags i 0 1.000 Lord's 2 0 1.000 Shamrocks 11 .500 Cubs . I 1 J500 Dukes 0 2. .000 Columbia A. C. 0 2 .000 Owners' Special Complete Motor Overhaul Grind Valves, and Clean Carbon Install New Rings Install New Wrist Pins Kotheriie Pistons Align Connecting Rods ' Adjust Main Bearings Adjust Conn. Rod Bearing . Overhaul Oil Pump D-Sludg Complete Engine Tune Motor Replace Gsukets and Oil At Utile As $11000 Down $9 50 Per Month Full Price $1100 Plui Tax Price Includes All Labor And New Parts Mentioned LnJ MIC Co., Inc. It PARMINGTON AVENUE 7-9 195 CYO Grammar School League CONSOLATION PLAYOFFS. W. L. Pet. St. Augustine 3 0 1.000 St. Anthony 2 1 .677 Our Lady of Sorrows 2 1 .677 St. Michael 2 2 .500 St. Thomas 11 .500 St. Francis 0 1 .500 St. Gabriel 0 4 .000 Schedule. June 7: Our Lady of Sorrows vs. St. Thomas at Elizabeth, St. Francis vs. St. Anthony at Riverside; St. Michael vs. St. Augustine at Colt No. 22. June 9: Our Lady of Sorrows vs. St. Gabriel at Poquonock, St. Michael vs. St. Francis at South Windsor, St. Anthony vs. St. Augustine at Goodwin. St. Michael 323 103 x 12 9 8 St. Gabriel . 000 135 211 7 3 Tinnerella, A. Campelll (3). B. Cam-pellt (4) and Phillips; rpiUon and Akonls. Wyverns Defeat Grads In Tenth The Kingswood School Varsity defeated the 'Old Boys' by a score of 7 to 6 yesterday at West Hartford, pushing across two runs in the tenth inning. After the grads had scored twice in the ninth to send the game into extra innings, they scored another run in the tenth to lead 6-5. However. J. Ricketson walked, Flynn sacrificed and Marinan knocked in the tieing run with a single. Then H. Furlong walked and Marinan scored the tie breaking run while the alumni infield threw out Ross at first base. KINGSWOOD . J. Ferlong 3b Allen c , Rondeau - aa McCarthy lb . H. Furlong rf D.Nixon If Ross cf Flynn 2b Turner p J. Ricketson rf Marinan lb Brown c J. Nixon 2b Walgren p Ralney p Cheney p Leonard Totals OLD BOYS Eblen p Vlerlng a House lb Swain 2b S W. Healy 3b J. Healy ss Schwertdfeger c-Jf Hadley p-cf . Barhoff rf DePaolis p McLaughlin If Pf orsall 1 b B. Ricketson 3b Landry ss Merrells cf Baker 2b ab r h o a e rbl 4 0 1 3 1 0 0 3 1 2 5 10 0 3 1 1 2 10 2 2 1 1 10 0 0 1 3 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 5 0 1 3 0 0 2 10 0 110 0 , 1 O 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 o o o 0 0 2 1.1 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0.0 2 1 1 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 35 T 11 30 10 0 7 ab r h o a rbl 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 5 0 0 0 3 O 0 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 O 0 10 0 5 12 5 1 O 1 2 0 112 0 1 -1 110001 10 1 1 3 0 0 1-1 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 5 0 0 2 2 11110 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 1 0 0 Homer Moore Reports To Hartford; Taylor To Face Grays Here Today t Totals 35 6 13 28x12 0 6 Kingswood 000 005 000 27 Old Boys ' 000 300 002 1 2b Schwerdtfger, H. Furlong, Allen 3b, Merrells. H. Furlong; sb, J. Furlong, J. Ricketson 2, H. Furlong, D. Nixon, Ross, Ralney, Allen, Pforsall, B. Ricketson 2, W. Healy; s, Allen, Flynn, House, Schwerdtfeger; dp, D. Nixon to Walgren to J. Furlong; De- faons to . Ktcketson ; Kamey to Marinan; left, Kingswood 6, Old Boys 3; bb, Eblen 1, Hadley 1, Turner 1, Walgren 1, Cheney 2; so, Eblen 3, DePaolis 3, Hadley 2, Turner 3, Ralney 2, Cheney 2; ho, Eblen 1 in 3 Innings, DePaolis 6 in 4, Hadley 4 in 3, Turner 7 in 4, Walgren 1 in 2, Rainey 1 in 2, Cheney 4 in 2; pb, Vlerlng; winner, Cheney; loser, Hadley; u, LeFleur and LeFleur; t, 2:18; x-one out when winning run scored. PA R T S For All Make ( ( A It C AND 9 S J Hons of Service I 7 Windsor St TeL tiOt J Homer Moore, home run champion of the Eastern League last season when he clouted 20 while playing centerfield for the chiefs, is back in Hartford. The fleet footed and hard hitting outfielder reported to Manager Browne yesterday. Moore, who was robbed of a ?xssible chance of playing in the fbrld Series last Fall when he was injured on the day that he was recalled by the Boston Braves and Marvin Rickert went in his place, had more hard luck this Spring. He had apparently won steady work with the Milwaukee Brewers of the American Association when he slipped on the dugout steps and injured his ankle. When he recovered he was unable to break back into the lineup and was sent here where he could work every day. The return of Moore may be just what the Chiefs need to get them climbing in the Eastern League race. Away to a bad start, Hartford hasn't been able-to get over the .500 and at the moment are three games below this mark. If Moore can pick up "-where he left off last year the future of the Chiefs looms brighter. Johnny Taylor, former Bulkeley High pitching star, will be given his first starting assignment with Hartford this afternoon when the Chiefs play host to the Williams- port Grays in a double header at Bulkeley Stadium starting at two o'clock. Taylor's only - previous appearance was in a relief role. Paul LaPalme. the brilliant Springfield. Mass.. southpaw who has won five games without los ing a decision, will try to make it s in one or tne games, paui shut out Albany last Monday aft er tne senators wnippea tne Chiefs eight times in a row. The Chiefs can do themselves a lot of good in the Williamsport j series. In addition to today's dou-! ble header, single games are scheduled with the Grays Monday and Tuesday nights. At the present time the Grays hold fourth place by a hair game over the Chiefs, but Hartford can re-! verse the positions by taking the series. Following williamsport, Elmira comes here for the first time this season for single games on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Cubs Recall Hacker, Dewey Adkins Sent Out Philadelphia, June 4. (AF.) The Chicago Cubs today ex changed pitchers on their nine-man staff by recalling Warren Hacker from Shreveport of the Texas League and optioning Dewey Adkins also a righthander, to Los Angeles of the pacinc Coast League. Manager Charlie Grimm said he hoped Hacker would report here before tomorrow inasmuch as he was considering starting him in the second game of a double- header against the Phillies. Hacker has won five straight games for Shreveport to prompt his return to the cubs, Grimm said. . Johnny Sain of the Braves and Rip Sewell of the Pirates had the longest National League winning streaks in 1948, each winning eight straight. Returns to Chiefs Junior Leagues Teams Run Ahead Of $32 Sponsors Seventeen business firms or individuals willing to spend $32 to sponsor boys' amateur baseball teams are needed in a hurry to allow organization of the Jaycee- Courant leagues for boys from 12 to 17 years of age, The score now stands 39 teams and 22 sponsors. More sponsor ing firms are expected to fall in line, according to M. W. Treat, Jr. of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. The past week's sponsors who sent checks for $32 to Mr. Treat at the Junior Chamber, Old State House, included the Royal Type writer. Travelers Men' Club. Marble Pillar Restaurant, Fuller Brush Co.. Hodgetts Food Store. Home Building Association and Bob Kelly Florist. Teams that have filed entries are asked to watch this paper HOMER MOORE Chiefs Shut Out Rockville Array Rockville, June 4. (Special.) The Hartford Chiefs defeated the Rockville All-Stars by a score of 5 to 0 Saturday afternoon at the new baseball field in Henry Park, before a crowd estimated at 2000. Mayor Frederick Berger welcomed the Hartford team to the field. The event was a benefit for the "Jimmy" Fund with about $600 being raised, and it was also the closing event of the opening week ceremony at the new field. Hartford used a Rockville battery with Kraulicki pitching and Kolloval catching. Paul Blossfield, three-years-old son of Charles Blossfield, president of the Hartford Chiefs, put on a hitting and pitching demonstration which greatly amused the crowd, and then Paul went out with a container, collecting over $46 more for the Jimmy Fund. carefully for notification of a meeting that will be called just aa soon as there are sponsors enough to match the number of teams. . Pete Appleton Named Minor League Manager Pete Appleton, a member of Teryville's wel known sports family has been named to lead the Sherman-Denison team of the Big State League, a club which has a working agreement, with the Washington Senators. Pete started his professional ca reer with Waterbury in the old Eastern League in 1926 after graduating-from the University of Michigan. A graduate of Terry-ville high school, where he was a three letter man, he was recom mended to enter the University or Michigan by Harry Fisher, then superintendent of schools here, and whose brother was coach at Michigan. He made a long career out of baseball, al though he holds degress in music and law. He is a concert pianist of abil ity and was , often declared to b the otustanding pianist in organized baseball. He was drafted out of AVaterbury by the Cincinnati Reds and his, pitched for Cleveland,' Boston, New York, Yankees, Chicago and Washington, twice, in the American League. Kramer Defeats Riggs In Wembley Pro Match London, June 4. (AP.) Jack Kramer of Los Angeles today won the Wembley version of the world indoor professional tennis championship by beating Bobby Riggs, also of Los Angeles, 2-6, 6-4, 6-3, 6-4. Riggs set a fast pace in the first set, but he appeared, to burn himself out in the early stages of the match. - It was Kramer's second win over Riggs in a professional championship. Kramer, former U. S and Wimbledon amateur king, bested Riggs in the finals of the American Professional Championship last summer. HARTFORD Reed 2b Verrler If Levan rf Tufano cf Krtnian lb Ackeret 3b Pirrello ss Kolloval c Kraulicki p Totals ROCKVILLE Owen It Schumey ss Ermisch rf-lb Halloran lb Dzladul lf-rf Plnsky 2b Foley 3b Widholm c Miller p Wuthrlch cf Pero cf Edmondo lb Brittner 3b Seltenrich 3b Dujeck p Jocko p ab 4 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 2 h o 13 2 0 12 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 18 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 10 3 0 e rbl 1 l 0 37 ab 2 4 3 1 3 1 1 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 9 27 10 h o 0 2 2 5 4 3 3 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 5 erbi O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 O 2 0 1 0 Another O' ME ARA Special REBUILT FORD nOTOR $12295 Completely Installed , Including Gaskets & Oil Ask For DANNY 0T.1EARA MOTORS, Inc. 653 CONN. BLVD. EAST HARTFORD TEL 8-2171 Totals 27 0 3 27 14 3 0 Hartford 004 100 0005 2h. Kolloval; do. Kraulicki. Reed and Ertman; Pirrello, Reed and Ert-i man; bb, miller 1, Jocko 2, Kraulicki! 2; SO, KraUIlCKl i, jocko a; nuy, xviau-licki (Halloran); loser, Miller; u, Meleskl, Ransdell sind Brennan. Durham Faces Guilford In Shore Line Circuit Middletown, June 4. (Special.) First place will be at stake in the Shore Line Baseball League Sunday afternoon when Durham travels to Guilford in the feature of four games. All contests will start at 3 o'clock. Both Durham and Guilford have won three as against no defeats. The expected pitchers are Joe Hall for Durham and Don Roode of Guilford. Both hurlers have two wins to their credit. Other Shore Line league tilts are Staddle Hill of Middletown at Chester. Madison at Middlefieldi and Cromwell at Westbrook. Crosley Field in Cincinnati has the smallest seating capacity in the National League with 30,000 seats. Ebbets Field in Brooklyn has 32,111 seats. L7 cafffteir 25 YeoirsS m menu3 Known for QUALITY SUITS .. & ounu MUST SACRIFICE THEIR EfJTIElE STOCK Our loss is your gain! ... Every garment, Suits, Coats, Haberdashery bearing nationally famous quality labels have been cut lower than their actual wholesale cost! . . . 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