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VOL. CLXXn. No. 195 in THE OAlZTETTE. MONTR EAT! MONDAY. AUGUST 16. 1943. POSTMEN TRIUMPH ON SEGUIN'S BLOW Beat Emard 5-3 in 8th Frame of Atwater Loop Tilt Teams Meet Again Tonight Bill Seguin won his own game for Postmen Saturday when he singled in a pair of runs In the extra eighth inning to score a 5-3 victory over Ville Emard in the Atwater Baseball League fixture. The Posties had to come from behind a 3-1 score to knot the cniat and force the came into an overtime inning in what was the first of two clashes between the clubs in three days. The teams rr.fpt a rain this evening. A second win for Postmen will give them first place in the final standing paving the way for the start of the semi-final playoffs Wednesday between Army and St. Ann's. A for Emard will force a deadlock between Postmen and St. Ann's necessitating a suaaen-dath cam to settle first position, Seguin gave up seven hits to the six his mates secured on ueny Viau. who suffered another tough defeat. The Postmen's righthander also cot a one-baser in the second An error allowed Bob Daoust to give Postmen a one-run lead in the opening frame but Hal Regan's sirrl with one out tied the score and then Cliff Couillard homered with two on in the same frame to end the Emards out in front, 3-1 Viau wobbled in the fourth, walking Seguin with the bases fulL CouiUards error in the fifth le Larry Bouliane reach first and he scored on Gaston Martineau's single to f.e the count pgain. W:th two out m the eighth. Seguin rifled out a Icr.r single to score two runners and win the game. POSTMEN (3) AB. R H. 0 ) I o I 1 0 o 0 0 2 TO. A 2 12 O : CrVTir. m Mrtir.i. lb r"ut. 3b Yvf.n. Ib Sp5rn, rf-lf ........ Lambert, if ........ Pcs. cf Levesque. rf Laviolette, rf Bouliane. c Segr-iin, d 6 4 3 4 3 1 1 2 0 3 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 4 0 Totals 28 EMARD (3) AB 6 24 13 R. O 1 1 1 0 0 o o R 0 R. O 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 PO. A. Lesage. cf PelUnd. !f .... Regan. Ib-rf .. Couillard. 3b . Martin, c Brtxleur. as-lb . L Joanette. 2b Violetti. rf Breard. is Viau. p 4 1 2 4 1 2 10 2 O 1 1 3 O 2 3 Totals 32 3 7 24 16 Postmen 100 100 125 Emard 003 000 003 Summarv Errors. Laviolette, G-uecin, CcuiLard, Brodeur. L. Joanette. Runs rated in. Regan. Couillard 2. Seguin 3 Martineau. Two-bae hits. Daoust. Peliand Home run. Couillard. Sacri-f ces. Lambert. Levesque. Laviolette, Segu.n. Breard. Stolen bases. Sporn. BTuhane. Double plays. Daoust to Yvon to Martineau. Viau to Martin to Brodeur Left on bases. Postmen 8. t-r.ard fl. Bases on balls, off Viau 4. Struck out, bv Seguin 3. Hit by pitcher, bv Viau Paci). Umpires, Crosrr.an and Hill. Time. 1.40. STANDING Won Lost P C. Postmen 8 3 .727 St. Ann's 8 4 .667 Arrr.-r 8 7 .417 Emard 2 9 J82 American Association SUNDAY'S GAMES St. Paul 120 000 0003 8 0 Todo 201 0lo lCx S 7 1 Batteries: Belknap. Hannlng (2). Speer 3) and Blaerrure; Cox and Hay-worth. Serond game: St Paul 000 002 0 9, S 0 To'erio 0C0 001 x 3 7 0 Batteries: Wetland and Andrews; Kur.berim and Hayworth. Minneapolis 000 020 030 5 10 4 Columbus 430 30 i 92x 22 31 3 Eatterjes: Sheezt. Wonson (1). Hog-sett (4). Johrson t7 and Blaro; Doc-kir.s and Heath. Decarlo (6). and Racicla ). Second game: M:nnpoli 130 000 0 4 6 1 Co urr.bus 0.10 200 x S 8 2 Batteries: Pyle arwl Ronaldson; Barrett. Wilks. Beck man and Heath. Kansas City . . 010 200 000 OflO 3 t 0 Indianapolis . . 001 200 000 0014 1 (12 timings). Eatteries: Hauamen and Glenn; fetches- and Hofferth. Second game: Kansas City fin 000 00 4 0 ind-.ana.pohs 100 05O x 6 12 1 7 zniungs). Batteries: Lyons and Smith; Trexler and Hoiferth. Milwaukee 000 001 000 1 4 4 Louisvilie 210 014 20x 10 12 2 Batten: Berry, Bowman 8) and Pruett (7) and Helf; Lucier and Doyle. Second game: Milwaukee Ono 100 0001 8 1 Lounvil 000 001 0012 8 2 Batteries: Gasfaway and Helf; Brown and Millies. BROOKLYN FINALLY CHECKS THE CARDS (Continued from Page 14.) Hi Bithorn chalked up a 5-2 pitch-in e victory in the opener. Defeated four times in two days, the Phillies dropped into seventh place in the National League while the Cubs advanced to sixth. The Bruins won the first game with a three-run rally off a former teammate. Dick Barrett, in the seventh. In the nightcap they fell on another ex-Cub. bie Bill Lee, for all three of their tallies in the first inning, after which both teams went scoreless the rest of the way. Chicago ... .... 001000 310 5 9 0 Philadelphia . 000 020 0002 8 0 Batteries: Bithorn and McCul-lough: Barrett. Kimball (8) and Gerheauser (8) and Moore. Second game. Chicago 300 000 0003 7 0 Philadelphia . 000 000 0000 6 0 Batteries: Derringer and Livingston; Lee. Conger 9) and Finley. N.L. Games Saturday-New York. August 15. P, The National League leading St. Louis Cardinals split a doubleheader with Giants on Saturday, taking the first game 11-1 and dropping the second 8-0. After Mel Ott's forces received the first game shellacking from the World Champs, it didn't seem possible they would be able to come back for anything. But behind the steady hurling of Cliff Melton they blanked Billy Southworth's highflying squad with ease. The Cards walloped three of Ott's flingers in that first encounter, starting with John Witig, for 14 blows including hom-;rs by Whitey Kurowski and Stan Musial Saturday's Games INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE" Baltimore 100 001 2004 9 4 Toronto 000 200 0103 6 2 Batteries: Swift and Meaarity; jar- lett. Shuman (7). Ananicz (8) ana Crompton. teecona same: Baltimore 000 220 0 4 7 0 Toronto 000 001 01 5 2 Batteries: Van Slate and Mccarity: Strincevich, Shuman (6) and Williams. Newark 002 loci iuu o is 1 Rochester 000 00a 1002 7 1 Batteries: J. Page and Garbark. Donnelly. Humphries (6). Sakas (8) and Rice Second game: Newark (X1 801 010 14 3 Rochester 021 200 0 5 10 4 Batteries: Holcombe. Marleau (3) and Cronin: Wicker. Trotter (4), War-po (5) and Burmeister. Buffalo 100 000 00O1 7 2 Syracuse 000 002 OOx 2 8 1 Batteries? Tising and Denning; De- lacruz and Rice. Second came: Buffalo 000 002 0305 7 2 Syracuse Ill 220 OOx 7 10 1 Batteries: Tising, Parkhurst (5), Ott f8) and Denning. Harm (6); Howell, Nelson (3) and west. AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia 001 042 011 8 12 2 Cleveland 021 600 30x 12 17 0 Batteries: Fagan. Ciola (4) and Wagner; Dean. Naymick (3), Salveson (6) and Rosar. New ork 010 000 1002 9 2 St Louis 001 000 000 I 2 0 Batteries: Ubcr and Sears; Munciief, Caster (3) and Hayes. Washington 010 120 0037 9 1 Detroit 010 102 000 4 9 3 Batteries: Carrasbuel. Wynn (7) and Giuliani; Newhouser and Richards. Boston 000 000 0000 3 0 Chicago 002 000 OOx 2 7 2 Batteries: Terry, Ryba (8) and Par-tee; Le and Turner. NATIONAL LEAGUE. St. Louis 220 000 30411 14 0 New York 000 000 010 1 9 4 Batteries: Munger and O'Dea; Witting. Mungo (2), East (8) and Lombard!. Second game: St. Louis 000 000 000 0 8 0 New York 100 020 50x 8 13 0 Batteries: Dickson, Krist 7), and W. Cooper: Melton and Marcuso. Cincinnati 000 004 005 9 9 0 Brooklyn 010 000 100 2 9 2 Batteries: Riddle and Mueller: Head, Webber (6). Sayles (8) and Baragas. Second game: Cincinnati 011000 002 4 6 0 Brooklyn 000 110 001 3 14 2 Batteries: Walters, Shoun (9) and Mueller; Lohrman and Owen. Chicago 010 010 000 3 1 Boston Of 1 020 OOx 3 9 0 Batteries: Hanyzcwiki, Prim (8) and MrCullough; Salvo and Kluttx. Pittsburgh 0O.1131O0OB14 0 Philadelphia 000 002 000 2 8 2 Batteries: Klinger and Lopez: Kraus, Karl (3). Eyrich (7) and Moore. secona game: Pittsburgh 000 000 200 2 6 1 Philadelphia 000 010 000 1 7 0 Batteries: Butcher. Gormicki (8) and Baker; Verheauser. Kimball (8) and rinley. YANKS AND CHISOX DIVIDE TWIN BILL (Continued from Page 14) ning run in the sixth inning of the first game. Lazor scored on the play as Gutteridge took Ferrell's high throw to second and stepped on Culberson after jumping for the ball. Pete Fox replaced Culberson. Boston 100101 0003 8 0 St. Louis ....... 000 020 0002 7 1 Batteries: Judd, Woods (6) and Conroy; Galehouse, Potter (8) and Ferrell, Hayes. Second game: Boston 000 000 2204 13 0 St. Louis ...... 000 000 0000 5 1 Batteries: Dobson, Brown (7) and Partee; Sundra and Hayes. HAEFNER BLANKS TRIBE Breaks 8 -game Streak Cop ping Nightcap 4-0 ; Loses 6-2 Cleveland, August 15. (JF) Pitcher Milt Haefner shut out Cleveland Indians 4-0 in the nightcap of today's doubleheader and Washington Senators snapped an eight-game winning streak by the Tribesmen who took the opener 6-2. Haefner limited the Indians to six hits while the Senators gathered nine including Jim Vernon's seventh-inning homer with one aboard off Allie Reynolds. Pete Center went to the mound in the eighth and yielded four hits and two runs. In the curtain raiser, Vernon Kennedy tamed the Nats with six hits while the Tribesmen collected 10 for their eighth straight triumph. Washington's victory placed the Easterners in a virtual tie for second place in the American League with the Indians. Washington ... 000 000 0022 1 Cleveland 140 01 OOx 6 10 0 Batteries: Leonard, Mertz (3) Miller (7) and Giuliani; Kennedy and Rosar. Second game. ' Washington .. 000 002 0024 9 0 Cleveland 000 000 0000 6 0 Batteries: Haefner and Early; Reynolds, Center (8) and Rosar. A.L. Games Saturday New York. August 15 9 Bill Zuber pitched his best game of the campaign Saturday when the American League - leading New York Yankees defeated Browns 2-1 at St. Louis. The quiet Iowan farmer held Luke Sewell's band to two hits as he scored his fourth victory in a row. Two misplays robbed Zuber of a shutout. Ken Sears heaved into centre field in trying to prevent a stolen base and Frankie Crossetti booted a twisting hopper. An unearned run resulted forcing the Yanks to an extra effort to overcome the flinging of Bob Mun-crief and George Caster. At Cleveland, the second-place Indians hammered out 17 hits, including seven doubles and one homer, to defeat Philadelphia Athletics 12-9 and sweep the five-game scries. Their winning streak now stands at seven games. At Boston the Braves went into fifth place as they made it four in n row by beating the third-place Chicago Cubs 3-2. At Detroit the visiting Washington i Senators staged a three-run rally in the ninth inning to defeat tigers 7-4 for an even break in the four-game series. and won as they pleased behind George Munger's adequate hurling. In the nightcap the circuit tail-enders struck back in earnest to gain an even break in the four-game series. Mickey Witek touched off three hits, which, added to four he made in the opener gave him seven for the afternoon. Across the East River in Brooklyn, the third-place Cincinnati Reds took both ends of a double-header from the Dodgers, the scores being 9-2 and 4-3. At Philadelphia, second-place Pittsburgh ended the seven-game victory string of Phillies with 8-2 and 2-1 triumps while at Chicago big Thornton Lee, White Sox southpaw, winless since July 4, snapped back into the victory column when he held the Boston Red Sox to three singles for a 2- victory. FIYE RECORDS SET IN OVERSEAS MEET Armoured Division Wins Canadian Army Title Montrealers Place Second By SYDNEY GRUSON. (Canadian Press Staff Writer.) Somewhere in England. August 15. 'if, Five records were smasned in the third Overseas Canadian Army track and field championships Saturday but the star of the show, watched by Lt.-Gen. A. G. L. McNaughton, Overseas Army Commander, and other high-ranking officers, was a mercury-footed little sergeant from Powell River, B.C., who had a hand in only one of the events in which new marks were set. The little sergeant Gordie Bor- tolussi led the athletes of an Armored Division to the team championship of the meet by win- nine both sDnnts and ancnonne tne 440-yard relay race team in the re cord-smashing assault on the mark of that event. Only a strong wind, beating all the wav aeainst the sDrinters. Kent the records for the 100-yard and 220- yard dashes intact. The individual cnampionsnip was won by Lieut. J. D. Crashley, of Oakvilfe, Ont., a teammate of Bor tolussi, who leaped Zl feet I'.t inches to take the running broad jump, and was third in the standing broad jump and fourth in both the hop, step and jump ana me high jump for a total of 16 points. Points were awarded on the basis for six for first, five for a second, four for a third and three for a fourth. Bortolussi raced the 100 yards in 10 2-10 seconds, l-iotn of a second off the mark and well off the times he has been setting in divisional and other competitions earlier this year. Lieut W. J. Brown, of Bowman ville, Ont., was second, a yard back, and Lieut Larry O'Connor, of Tor onto, who entered the snrints be cause there were no hurdle events, was third. O'Connor, the Domlnion'8 out standing hurdler, was second in the 220 yards which Bortolussi ran in 2$ iiu seconds. NEW MILE MARK One of the records fell after fine mile by L.CpL R. N. Maybie of Calgary, who lowered the mark 4l0ths or a second to four mm utes 32 910ths seconds, and had a 30-yard margin over Sgt G. M, Gale of Montreal, with L.Bdr. A K. Johnson of Duncan. B.C.. third, and Lieut. A. B. Conway, Toronto, former Canadian Olympic runner, fourth. Conway couldn't do better than fourth in the 880 yards, won by Bdr. H. M. Goodman of Broad view, Sask., in two minutes 210ths seconds. Pte. W. L. St. John of Pomona Calif., was the only double win ner besides Bortolussi. St. John who enlisted at Windsor, Ont, in 1940, raised the high jump mark one-quarter inch to live feet 10 Y inches before leaping nine feet 10'i inches to take the standing broad jump. Capt. E. H. Anderson of Montreal was second in the high jump with Cpl. N. E. F. Brinsden of Moose Jaw, Sask., third. Pte. M. Vestal of Winnipeg was second in the standing broad jump. Set. L. E. Gore of St Johns. Antl gua. defeated his brother. Sigmn q. W. Gore, in the 16-pound shot put with a record-breaking heave of 4Z ieet 4 mcnes. Two other records fell in the re lay races, Bortolussi's team taking ine 4u in 43 z-ium seconas ana a Corps Troop team anchored by A. J. Brissette of South Junction Man., taking the mile in three min utes 44 8-10th seconds, cutting 12 4-10th seconds from the old mark. The 440 yards was won by Sgt R. C. Pearson of Sutton. Ont., in 51 6-lOth seconds, with Tpr. Bris sette second and Pte. F. W. Red mond of Regina third. Cpl. A. T. McLean of Athens, Ont, after stirring duel with Cpl. G. Elliott of Hamilton, Ont, won the three mile run in 15 minutes 36 7-10th seconds. Cpl. A. A. Davidson of Toronto cleared 41 feet inch to win the hop, step and jump from Cpl. Brinsden. The tug-of-war was won by an Armored Division then coached by Csm. J. Clifford of Trail, B.C. in two straight pulls. COMPLETE SWIM SERIES Hold Last of Weekly Handicaps at M.S.0. Raoul Verret and the Peebles brothers dominated the last of the weekly handicap series at the Montreal Swimming Club on Saturday. Verret won both junior events. ooraon .Peebles won the uvenile breast stroke while Donald was second, and the pair placed two-three in the long plunge. R. Archambault won the juvenile plunge. me results: Juniors 100 yards free style 1. R. Verret 2. A. Lefebvre, 3. R. St. George. jjong plunge l. K. verret z. A. Lefebvre, 3. R. St George. Juveniles 50 yards breast stroke 1. G. Feebles, 2. D. Peebles, 3. R. Archambault Long plunge 1. R. Archambault, 2. G. Peebles, 3. D. Peebles. SEGURA BEATS HUNT Wins Eastern U.S. Net Title in Straight Sets Rye. N.Y., August 15. JP) Fran cisco Segura of Equador blasted through Lieut. Joe R. Hunt of the United States Navy m straight sets today for the Eastern United States grass courts tennis crown, Scores were 6-4. 6-1. 6-3. Segura, now a student In Florida, was on the top of his game while Hunt weakened rapidly fol lowing the first set After being trounced soundly in the second, the sailor changed to spiked shoes in hopes of turning the tide but gained little benefit. The South American closed the duel with a service ace. The women's crown went to Mar garet Osborne of San Francisco who out-steadied Doris Hart of Mi ami, 6-2, 6-4. OTHER SPORTS ON PAGE 7 O'Connor-Drouin Go Gathers New Interest Official recognition as Canadian flyweight boxing champion seems for the winner of tomorrow night's ten-round bout between Lulu O'Connor and Adelard Drouin at the Stade Exchange m the head-liner of Promoter Max Alpcr's out door offering. The Canadian Box ing Federation is having its first meeting in three years the follow ing day. Representatives from Quebec, Sherbrooke, Ontario and other points are expected at the meeting and are expected to be on hand to witness the clash between the standout pair of 112 pounders. Growing interest in the attractive match has Promoter Alper prepar ing to handle the biggest attendance of the season and he received a. request yesterday to reserve a block of tickets for a delegation of fans rrom Quebec who are coming to see their idol, backed by a brilliant 58- bout record, against O'Connor, whose sensational rise in a dozen or so appearances has revived redhot interest in the nitnerto dorman division. The hard hittinff little dynamos may do their battling with neutral ohcials in charge, if Ludger Lamon-tagne, Drouin's pilot, can do anything about it Lamontagne was In touch wifh Alper last night and told the, promoter that ne wanted a neutral referee and neutral judges. The promoter informed him that he had nothing to do with the selection of officials and refused to take any steps in the matter, saying that it was up to the Commission. Promoter Alper announced that the show will be opened with a lour rounder between Jerry Poli- seno. and the Quebec welterweight. Germain Langlois. The latter is the third Quebecker signed to display his wares on the card. Kid Point is in the semi-final against Henri Parre. Air Cadets, enlisting in aircrew and posted on leave without pay, are issued with red cap "flashes" to be worn when ih cadet uniform until reporting for active training. f FREE YEAR IN UNIVERSITY 1270 young Tr o17 ages oi -. ..:prsitv U1U 4 . have sue c?r1 tests JAW- - ' on their B.A. or BSc nearest Recruiting Office w give you particulars. FELLER IS GUNNER ON ATLANTIC RUN Pitcher Bobby Handles an Ack-ack Alt Vanderbilt With P-T Patrol By SID FEDER. (Associated Press Sport Writer.) (Pinch-Hitting for Hugh Fullerton.) New York. August 14 OP) Bobby Feller is throwing his fast ball with an Ack-Ack gun on the transatlantic run now .. , Been under a couple of Nazi plane attacks, 6o. . . And Alf Vanderbilt, the hoss boss, has completed his training and has his P-T boat headed for the big show, too. . . Manager Bill Daly says that in order to cure Lee Savold of his New York fear complex (Lee's always looked like a ham sandwich without bread around here) he's going to have Savold train in every nightclub in towtn for two weeks. , . Nice work if you can get it . . Hyp Guinle. putting on the Jackie Cal- lura-Phil Terranova featherweight title taffy pull In New Orleans Mon day, claims he's the first fight promoter in history to stage a world's championship scrap in his fourth fistic promotion Headline: "Nieman's Hits Win Four For Braves." The batting spree of Young Butch Nieman Has ol" Case Stengel all a beamin. If he keeps hitting in the clutches, Ol Case'll throw away his crutches. Bouncing around When word drifted east about Los Angeles signing a 15-year-old catcher Billy Sarni one of the local wits (which is half right) insisted Billy's "almost as safe from the draft as Connie Mack." . . . Since Fritzie Zivic flattened Young Kid McCoy, the odds on his August s ' 4 - $? V 1 ana - -afld who enu - . , A cessfully passed pby- it t- cr.lprted for wiu .AA nn lit v" j Department of National Defence Veteran Lewis Signed For Match at Forum Matching of the veteran Ed. "Strangler Lewis to meet Frank Judson, and pitting Larry Moquin against Al Dunlop, Toronto grap-pler, were the weekend announcements of Eddie Quinn, Forum's wrestling match-maker. These are the two more important preliminaries to the finish match, in which Bobby Managoff returns to Montreal to face Whipper Billy Watson, the Toronto matman, next Wednesday. Many believe that Watson, who has conquered McCready, Ka-tan. and Robert, in that order, has a first-rate chance to overthrow Managoff. Lewis, now n his "early fifties, many times claimant of the world's title, comes here at his own demand. He served as match-maker, and wrestler, for a time, in Detroit this spring, and one of his threats was to clean the "freaks" out of the game. His first, and last, essay in that direction, was in a match here with Andre Vadnais. the Quebec Angel, but this back-fired on Lewis, for the "freak", as he termed Vadnais pinned him. He comes here to redeem himself. Moquin, viewed by many as Yvon Roberts successor .tackles a burly customer in Dunlop, who turned from wrestling to refereeing, and back again to wrestling. He is from Toronto. Watson is expected to arive here today, and finish up training for the bout A fourth bout is to be signed today. 23 fight with lightweight boss Bob Montgomery in Philly have faded to 11-10 and pick 'em. . . . Montgomery was a hot 1 to 2 with the bookies before. ... The Yankees have polished up Shortstop Don Savage of their Newark Bears' farm and put a $30,000 price tag on him. . . . Already turned down the Senators on one bid. . . . After 28 years with the N.Y. Sun, Frankie Graham, the sports colyumer and one of the nicer guys in our industry. Bhifts over to Look Magazine September 1. . . . ft ft 7 Hero" is your: oppcrtuniryTtoT gojacfiv n!SS iHelCandcEaoL Army' which' is now. accepting meniof'18 years of! age" Hut none will be sent' on combat dutyuntil they reach" the age of 19. 4 Here is your chance to go on Active Service and play as full a part in this big show as your Dad did in the last one.' This war is entirely different in many of its phases from World War I . . . the Anti-Aircraft Batteries play a very im-port ant role ... in fact they have an amazing score against the Nazis who are now on the run. Anti-Aircraft as a supporting unit to all ground forces, is vitally, important Boysl here's your chance . . . Army life is really grand . . . regular hours, regular routine, good food, constant medical care, full army pay including regular dependents' allowances ... what more could any lad ask for? The need is urgent ...sacrifices on the part of all are essential. Parents must realize that peace and freedom can only be won if all of us are prepared to accept the fact this is only possible if we permit our boys to play their full part in this, the most vital war of all times. The Canadian Army Now Wants Canadians Who Have Reached The Age of 18. Enquire today at' the nearest Recruiting Office ..V V J DODGERS PURCHASE BIG HOWIE SCHULTZ St. Paul First Sacker Exchanged for Melton, Orengo -and Large Sum Brooklyn, August 15. W) Howard Schultz, towering first baseman of the St Paul Club of the American Association, was purchased today by the Dodgers in exchange for Rube Melton, right-handed pitcher; infieldcr Joe Orengo and an undisclosed amount of money estimated at $40,000. This latest step in the reconstruction of the Dodgers was announced by President Branch Rickey before the start of the doubleheader with St. Louis Cardinals. "This is not an orlinary deal," commented Rickey. "It is a big deal involving a lot of money. Schultz is a fast runner and has power as a batter. He is also a strong thrower. After my recent visit to St Louis I went to St Paul and saw mm piay several games." Schultz, who has a batting average of .294, is expected to leave St Paul for New York tonight Leo Du-rocher, manager of the Dodgers, said he will put the new first baseman in the lineup as soon as he reports. Schultz. a right handed thrower and batter, is 21 years old, six feet 6Vi inches tall and weighs 20U pounds. He is single, but because of his height he has been classified 4-F in the draft. . Melton, who was purchased from the Phillies last winter for $30,000, was sent to St. Paul on option. Orengo. one of three players the Dodgers obtained from the Giants in the recent deal involving the now retired Dolph CamiJli, was released outright. ttOD v ' i 'Y Nine Wins Juvenile Crown; Hershon Stars Reuben Hershon's second no-hit . pitching effort of the 1943 season at Fletcher's Field yesterday carried Y.M.H.A. Juveniles to a 7-1 triumph over St. Remi and their second City and District Juvenile Baseball League championship in two years. Hershon's hurling job included 16 strikeouts and one solitary waix while his two mound opponents were issuing five free tickets and fanning but six. The Y's attack was featured by two doubles, one each from Karls and Modjinsky coming with four St. Rcml errors to contribute to the winner's seven runs. These were the only extra base blows of the game, as the St Reml hurlers. Bellini and Ca pozzy held the winners to seven base knocks. St Remi 000 000 1001 0 4 Y.M.H-A 023 110 OOx 7 7 2 Batteries: J. Bellini. Capozzy and Orsini; Hershon and Brick. MORRIS, TYLER STAR Pitch Champtre, Cherrier to Victories Champetre and Cherrier scored wins in the opening games of the Metropolitan Baseball League's semi-final playoffs yesterday. Both games marked the start of best cf three series. Charlie Morris hurled Champetre to a 6-2 win over Pointe-aux-Trem-bles at Jarry Park while striking out 11 batters and getting a triple in his team's 10-hit barrage. He allowed eight blows. Lefty Frank Tyler whiffed 13 ef the Longueuil batters and gave nine hits as Cherrier triumphed 7-3 at the South Shore diamond. Pte. Trembles. 001 100 009-2 8 3 Champetre. . . 000 302 lOx 10 3 Batteries: Lusignan and Boucher; Morris and Aube. Cherrier 301 000 0217 14 3 Longueuil . ... 001 100 0103 9 I Batteries: Tyler and Grahasi; Colston and Cabana. O (Army) C 1 1 .

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