Beatrice Daily Sun from Beatrice, Nebraska on July 2, 1946 · Page 6
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Beatrice Daily Sun from Beatrice, Nebraska · Page 6

Beatrice, Nebraska
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Tuesday, July 2, 1946
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••>.«•.-.1 e.LSv, ,, Sttfe •'•Jk^i. ,' * i- ' f ' 'Costs' itaiso Fullertxm, Jr. V'J'uifc.S. <#>—Tom L the '"Uhknown" who turn- i'a senatic-ttal tennis player ""ledori, Is the same boy e And Bobby ^ggs were a few months ago aS .. .__-- .,among the «„• amateurs. . . This corner string along with Bobby Falas the youngster who has " to reach the top. Flof- shrens also mny be Davis Cup team .U1U .BLUJ.I I.V Wa's Buddy tip'vthere on -tf a,few years. jle Book Wanted -,G6l£ balls are expensive enough ! " regular prices and Harold " Portland, Ore., pro figures - ear cost Defend- , TT GBi*f A **» «*feM*Mf •»•*- »*.t f" " G3 - tftat one he had this year cost him a little too much. „* »*, U&h open title,* West drove his ball down the Fairway, Phil's First Division Hopes Given Setback (r - . Dodgers Win Sixth Straight; Phils Have Yet To Beat Brooks. By Ralph Rodeti Associated Press Sports Writer The Philadelphia Phillies' surge out of the Natlonarieague cellar and their threatened movement Into the first division has gained popular appeal throughout the nation. But to the pace-setting Brooklyn Dodgers they look like the Phillies of old. Winners of 20 out of their last 2& decisions, the Phils came into Brooklyn riding a bandwagon that Included practically everybody with the notable exception of iJppy'Leo Durocher and hts battling crew. The Bums lost no time in 'casting their dissenting votes. In the first inning at Ebbets drove nia »au aown me fairway* AH mo .,."«=«. ••••""e -- "~7 r But', before he got to it, the ball Field before 31,913 of the Flat- had become "lost" In the hands "••-'• '•" M *"' 1 '"" " l ° M fhn n ™«" of,^a souvenir-seeking gallerylte. , ••'-. ;-Because of the two-stroke penalty^, West had to settle for tenth-place money of ?176 instead "of collecting $212.50 for an eighth- ^lace'tle.". .'The penalty for that jlost b^U;Was two strokes, ball and ,„.»'Suggestion - 'Reading" Col. Heinle Miller's pro- 'pbsal that the NBA. establish a -iSS-pounfl boxing, class, Jersey Jones asks ; :why they don't con- ? centrate "on* reviving some of the h "established ^classes that have be^come almost extinct, such^as fly^ ^^Vflljsrtlt dtTiu * pfljit&irit * » A. HQro s not enough^ real talent available heavyweight division now," Nebraska State JjVAYTYPECAftS VENTS bush faithful last night the Dodgers ended whatever dreams manager Ben Chapman's aggregation had of gaining their first triumph of the year over the Brooks by blasting Art Lopatka and Tommy Hughes for six runs* Brooklyn continued its blitz with three markers in the second and two more in the fifth to pile up an 11-2 lead and allow Hank Behrman to coast to an 11-6 victory. Stevens Big Dodger Gun Ed Stevens was the big gun in the Dodger attack. The first sack- or rapped in four runs on two doubles and a single. Joe Medwlck, recently signed by Brooklyn as a free agent, started the Phils on their way to defeat by driving in AMERICAS GREATEST DRIVERS ON AMERICAS FASTEST DIRT TRACK * >*. ,.# * *i v* .. & i-r the first run in the first innlrig. The win was the Dodgers' sixth straight, their ninth in a row over the Phils, and it stretched their first place margin over the St. Louis Cardinals to six-and- one-half games as the, Red BLrrts bowed, B-4 to the Cincinnati Reds in 13 Innings. Benny Zlenlara scampered home from ,,thlrd base with the Reds' winning run in the fourth extra frame on pinch-hitter Ray Lamanno's fly out. • The Cards took an early 3-2 lead oehind Murry Dlckson but Al Libke homered with one on In the Seventh to send the Reds out in front. St. Louis tied the score Tin the ninth with Whitey Kurow- skl scoring on a squeeze play. Two Shutouts For Sowell Kip Sewell made it two shutout victories in succession for the Pirates by blanking the Chicago Cubs, 1-0, on four hits. In a twilight game before 17,628 fans at Detroit, Virgil "Fire" Trucks of the Tigers whitewashed the Chicago White Sox. 2-0, to pbst his ninth conquest of the yjaar. - • Koger Cramer singled home Hank Greenberg, who had doubled, wjtjh the Tigers' initial counter*in •the"fifth frame 'and Roy Cullen- "bhie homered in the sixth off Joe Haynes.' , Jittery Joe Berry/ purchased "early yesterday by the Cleveland Indians'from the Toronto Maple Leafs of the International league, celebrated the occasion by gaining credit for Cleveland's 6-4' triumph •over 'the St. Louis' Browns and batting' in what proved to be the winning run. The 38-year old righthander, Cy Steriiati Wlio Named Cornhuskers Quits Sport Writing LINCOLN,''July 2. WP>—(Cy) Sherman, 75, wh& first dubbed University of Nebraska athletes the "Cornhuskers," has retired after 61 years In the newspaper profession, 31 of them spent as sports editor of the Lincoln Star, Cy Sherman wears a gold "N' r In recognition of his services In giving the Huskers their now-familiar nickname. It was presented by Nebraska leltermen, When the last legislature officially changed the state's nickname to the "Cornhusker State," Oov. Dwight Oriswold presented Sherman with the pen used to sign the bill into law, In his widely-quoted daily column, "Brass Tacks," the white-haired veteran carried on a never-ending fight against the subsidization of college athletes. Succeeding him as sports editor of the Star Is Nbrris Anderson, University of Nebraska graduate and World War Two veteran of the marine corps, which he served as a combat correspondent. Filley Hands Table Rock First Defeat TABLE ROCK, July 2.—Table Rock lost its first American Legion baseball game to Filley 115 Sunday on the losers diamond. .Filley got rolling in the fourth Inning to take the lead. Hedge, R; Siefkes and Busboom handled the big stick work for Filley. Line score: Filley Oil 802 202—11 Table Rock 102 000 002— B Batteries: Filley: Wlllet, N. Ferdlg and Bruns. Table Rock; GUmore, Brown and Gold. Th* American Way Taboo during Waf, baseball returned , to Japan--with U.S. Occupation Forces. In school uniform, young Crown Prince Akihito takes cut on grounds o£ ^ Middle School for the Peers gf ' in Tokyo. The- SCOREBOARD Today's Baseball Ansoolatefl BreM AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston at New York (night). - Washington at Philadelphia (2). .Chicago at Detroit. St. Louis at Cleveland. NATIONAL LEAGUE 1 New York at Boston. * Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at Chicago. Cincinnati at St. Louis (night), WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE National League—Philadelphia at Boston (night); Cincinnati at St, Louis; Pittsburgh at Chicago (2). •'American League—Chicago at Detroit; St. Louis at Cleveland; Washington at Philadelphia; Boston at New York. AMoclftted -..„-«. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago 000 000 000—0 7 1 Detroit 000 Oil OOx—2 9 2 Haynes and Tresh; Trucks and Tebbetts. St. Louis^....... 000 301 000^-4 92 Cleveland ........ 300 101 Olx—6 92 Zoldak, Fannin and Helf; Harder, Berry and Hegan. Only games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 100 100 202— 681 Brooklyn .... 630 020 OOx—11 15 3 Loptka, Hughes, Hoerst and Seminick, Hemsley; Behrman and Edwards. Cincinnati 000 110 200 000 1-5111 St. Louis .. 100 110 001 000 0-4 12 1 , (13 innings) Walters, Hetki who last season twirled for the Phllq^elphla Athletics, entered the game in the sixth inning with the score deadlocked at 4-4 and Chat Laabs on third With one out. Berry retired the side and in the bottom Tialf of the stanza, he singled home Felix Mackiewicz with the He-breaking counter, The New York Yankees downed ! the Giants, 3-0, in an exhibition 1 game at the Polo Grounds. The Boston Rod Sox, Boston Braves, Philadelphia Athletics and Washington Senators were not scheduled. y Nebraskan Leads In World Horseshoe Meet DE MOINES, July 2. UP)—An lowan and a Nobraskan were among the four men tied for the lead today in the World's horseshoe pitching tournament here. Sidney Harris, Minden, Nebraska champion; Dale Dixon, Des Moines; Ted Allen, Boulder, Colo.; and Charles (Casey) Jones of Waukesha, Wis., all had won six games and lost none in the round robin meet which ends Thursday. ^^•^••^•^••••••••^•^•••i^^v— Winning Teams Score Most fti Fourth Innings DeWitt Defeats Ted's Market 4-2 In Class A; Pickrell Downs Union. Winning Softball teaias^t Riverside park last night found fourth innings most productive ,of runs. Sending three men across the plate in the fourth, DeWitt hung up a 4-2 triumph over Ted's Market. The trio of runs was-made when Wallenberg walked, H. Bergmeier hit safely, an error put Damkroger on followed by R. Bergmeier's. solid single. The first three scored. It was in a big foarth inning that Pickrell scored nearly _everyone on the team, racking up nine runs before Union could stop the slaughter. Final score favored Pickrell 14-3. DeWitt (4) R. Damkroger, c 3 M. Bergmeier, If 300 W. Wollenburg, 2b 2 " ~ H. Bergmeier, ss 2 V. Damkroger, Ib —. 3 R. Bergmeier, cf 3 P, Wollenburg, p 3 Wood, 3b 2 Nicholas, rf Eddie Zalucki, Chicago Itttllati-Anicrican, will be driving his Hal- powered speedster in Indepeiidence\Day races bit the Nebraska : State Fair track. " • 3 ' ' f ' Gould, Ib 2000 Adams, cf 2000 B. Wleck, 3b .: 2 0 .1 0 B. Rlecker, rf 3000 Chapman, ss 2000 b 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 2 1 22 4 4 o r 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 n h 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 4 0 0 i e 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 n Totals ~ 21 3 3 6 Pickrell (14) E. Winkle, 3b 4431 Jones, cf 2211 Swain,"c : 4 1 0" 0 'Wardlow, If 2210 R. Winkle, ss 3210 L. Schnuelle, 2b 3100 Hauks, Ib v -> 2100 Rickers, rl 3110 Haecker, p _ 3003 Totals ~. 26 14 7-5 Score by innings: Union 101 01— 3 Pickrell 302 9x—14 Totals _ 22 Tod's Market (2) Hartzell, ss 4 Coon, c 4 W. Larsen, 2b 3 Baker, If 3100 Williams, 3b 2100 M. Larsen, Ib .- 2010 R. Larsen, cf 3000 Schuerman, p 2010 Rudder, rf 3000 -^sc ShoAri, Gumbeft, Heusser and Mueller, Lamannoj Diclson, Wilks, Brazle and Garaglola, Klultz, Odea. Pittsburgh .... 010 000 000—1 6 0 Chicago 000 000 000—0 4 2 Sewell and Salkeld; Wysq, Kush, and McCullOugh, Schefflng. Totals 26 2 3 1 Ted's Market 020-^00 0—2 DeWitt 001 300 x—4 Two-base hits: R. Damkroger. Three-base hits: M. Larsen. Strike-outs: Schuerman 10. Union (3) Van Lanmgham, c .... 3213 B. Walke"r, p 1101 Parde, -If 3000 Carstens, 2b 3 0 l t 2 RADIO PROGRAM 1 4:00 KFAB . 1110 O :00 :15 :30 :45 :00 :15 :80 OMB :00 :30 The number of mules'on farms in the United States totaled 3,196,000 on January 1, 1946. iOO :30 :45 :00 :15 :30 :45 :0* :15 :30 Rncllo rangers Polka band Four-thirty 3ob Trout News South America! Sing club TackWolls tfows Hlg town 31fr town Theatre Thoutro T,B,A. Encore theatre News Nlto life Open Hearing Open hearing T.H.A. T.B.A, Melody hour Molody hour News Kashy chair Godfrey show :00 6:45 :00 XFAB .1110 News Visiting News TUESDAY . WOW - BOO Guiding light Today's kids Woman In white Judy and Jane Dr Maloho World news Local, reg. news tfat'l news 11)1(5 frolics 1946 frolics Skippy theatre Sklppy theatre Grand Marquee Fred Waring Man'called Mob t-Iopo Red Skolton Kcd Sltclton Supper club Robt St. John DHe with Judy Dlto with Judy News tower Sports v Hugh Butler WEDNESDAY WOW - 690 News tower Happy cowboy Alux Dreier Lyle, Stan & Co. KFOR - 1040 Lincoln today Jnlspeaks Melodies 1-lop Harrlgan Terry-Pirates Just fun Jack Armstrong Dinner .music News Our boys Double-nothing Double-nothing bum 'n Abner Dr Talks Interlude Summer concert Better half Better half Preview T-iCo Mai one Radio theatre Radio theatre News Griff Williams Sports XFOR - 1040 RFD 1240 RFD 1240 Agronsky Music clock Bulletin brd. 8:00 9:45 11:45 12:00 12:15 12:30 12:45 3:00 3:15 4:00 4!15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 0:00 6:1B 6:30 0:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:30 8:45 9;00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10U5 10:30 10:45 Song time Radlorangera Jtlly Dean iarkets 2nd Mrs Burton Pdrry-Madal en< Radlorahgers , Polka band Helen Nash 3oh Trout rlolcn Nnsh Skyline roof Jack Wells 'Jews Jack Carson Jack Carson Dr Christian Dr Christian Sail Sack Bob Crosby News Academy theati Music Music T.B.A. * T.B.A. Bllery Queen Bllery Queen. News Show songs Godfrey Shaw Godfrey Shaw Vorld news Javld Harum Reflections :nter, News Markets Serenade Noonday forum Girl marries Portia Guiding light Today's kids Wr.tnan in white Judy-Jane Dr, ;Malone WoYld news Local-reg. news Nat'l news Mr.-Mrs. North Mr.-Mrs. North Slngin' Sain News MoGarry Mr. D. A. News Kay Kyser Kay r Kyser Kay Kysei Supper cliA> Robt St. John , Hildegarde Hildegarde News Sports Three suns Symphonette News Listening post Glamor manor Baukhagc talks Ted Malone News Request So. St music Piano modes Lincoln today Workshop Hclodics Hop Harrlgan Terry-Pirates Just fun Jack Armstrong Dinner music News Sweet music Lone ranger tone ranger Lium 'n Abner Band concert* Interlude Fishing club Court Court Jones and I Let's dance Fantasy Freshup Show Freshup Show News Ted Straeler Sports Expect Crowd At Auto Races Entry Deadline Tonight For July 4 Races In Lincoln; See Fast Field. LINCOLN, July 2 Early bird arrivals for Thursday's holiday big car auto races took over the fast Nebraska State Fair track for workouts today as officials made ready to drop the entry bars at midnight tonight. Oklahoma and Ohio were represented in the latest nominations filed with the State Fair Board and the American Legion, sponsors of the $2,500 I. M. C. A. competition. From Columbus, O., Lou Miller, crack eastern dirt track pilot, notified Secretary Edwin, Schultz that he was leaving for Lincoln with the big Hal racing machine in which the late Bud Henderson, famed A. A. A. champion, 1 " lout his life. Two Oklahoma City drivers and one from Tulsa were added to the entry list to give the Sooner state a four-man contingent, Maurice Grenard having already entered from Oklahoma City, The new starters are Wild Bob Green and Eddie Carmichael, Oklahoma City;- and Paul Cockerell, Tulsa. Meanwhile, sponsors were completing plans for an overflow holiday attendance, heavy advance ticket sales indicating a record •turnout. Fireworks, free acts, shows and 4 rides and other traditional Fourth of July features are also listed for the celebration. AMERICAN LEAGUE W' L Pot. Boston ......A... 50 19 t .725 New York .:.. 42 28"\600 Detroit »..„ 37 * 30 .552 Washington 33 33,' .500 St. Louis,.., „..'..'....... 31 37 .45"6 Cleveland i 31 '38 .449 Chicago 26 39 - ";'400 Philadelphia "... 20 46 .3Q3 NATIONAL LEAGUE ' - "' W L , Pet Brooklyn 44 23 .657 St. Louis 37 29 .661 Chicago 34 29 .540 Cincinnati .".....„ 30 /32 .484 Boston 31 36 .463 Philadelphia .„. 28 34 .452 Pittsburgh f... 27 37 .422 New York „ 28 39 .418 Holiday in OMAHA AK-SAR-BEN RACES Daily Except Sundays and Mondays POST TIME 0:15 RAIN OR SHINE ** P.M. TWILIGHT RACES EVERY THURSDAY -r 3:30 P.M. (Except Holidays) . '. ADMISSION Including Grandstand, State and Federal Taxes. > NO CHILDREN, PLEASE! Mr. and Mrs.' Bay received a telegram June 26 from their son, Lt. John Bay, saying he had landed in San Francisco. ' I AD1EQ' DAYS TUESDAYS LAUIba , UMia FRIDAYS Ladles Admitted Upon Payment of, 3Bo Tax and Service Charge. : i • i - I Military Personnel in UnJ/oriA Admitted Free | MEET CLOSES JULY 6 OH.MICKEY, DARLING. 1 THAT'S J WoVwERFliU I'LL MEET IOU AT THE STATION.' THAT'S RIGHT, KITTV- I'M TAKING A SLEEPER. 1 ' I'LL, BE IN SCHKUBVILLE IN THB MORNING-AT EIGHT OCLOCK' IT'S PROBABLY THE DOCTOR. KITTY-AMD TOO WEAK TO TALK Y'WEKE EAVESPROPPIN ONTHECOUNCII ' WeLL.WELL.—WHV DltSMT YOU BOYS i «Wl I ^'kir: v/rti I t&/e:m= *-»TA r»*n 11 s* A AJ i THAT OU&HTA 1 ves, HE T-IAP IWJK.TOCU.AN' WHATS Xj» t_*h»wi v^www «f ri i i^rusi^* I iww u'*^ i *^ TELL'ME YOU WERE,STARTING A MIN- IT IN OOP. • OM / i irvvl wuwnmi 1C3, nc O«Ks . 1 MAK.E UP TM'/ FORTY CBNT5 ,' ' PEFICIT,' .A IN HIS JEANS' COMBAT V HUMDREP.VC . :OM!KJ' TO THBM TWO , IATURE GOLF COURSE? eooo LUGK. GAPASESO/ MERE 1 THE TWO /ALWAMS PUSS THB A BNftlNBBRWGi SIMKS SHOULDN'T HAPPEN !TO A MRS.KAME / SHE WONT see | COMES IT TILL.- \ NOW/ OP THIS'WORLD/ HE HOLE 2J.H94S qif NEA SERVICE (MWBS OF THE SH... I THOUGHT HE'D TBS TO BUS W Yi i. WltHOUT JREVEAUNS THAT \T (VJHW SOWE GlWS KEE INDUSTRIES...OUT 7, ? WHOA' i THOUGHT You AM»6 F.BUCKINSttMM „_ MEET PSE ICVTrlE CORRAL TINT f WAGON AMEM?, EQ5WELU WMTLC sou see THE MKsswKwe , HE'S U«W6>TO CONCEM MS KPTM! EMJOY THE SISHTS

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