The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on March 17, 1946 · 33
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Another 'Cinderella' Team? 0 Underdog Harvard Five Might Duplicate Upset Scored by Utah in 1944 By JERRY NASON00 . Two years ago, the "blitz kids" from Utah stormed through the back door to win the national collegiate basket ball title . . . a "Cinderella" sports story that adopted its plot straight from the pages of a pulp magazine. , -- -,--- I Will Harvard be the "Cinderella" team ;3'----- ''''', " ''. of this year's tournament? We will know (;,-1,-,,,,,tio-, .,, by the stroke of midnight, Thursday next, I , 1,-, , .4, . whether or not the slipper fits -'s Never in its entire existence has Har ,1' ,7-40., t ,s ..") - yard been known as a basket ball power, )-, -, , :i AC: f i or even had ambitions of attaining that '-i- .;;, - - stature. It took a war, and a handful of ,. , 1, 1k5C, 10,,,., hot shots with Navy wardrobes, to put the ., v- . -; iro,s44 1 p - ' ' Crimson into a laydown for the N. C. .- --,1 -.0m...a A. A. title. NAS on They look like soft pickings in the opi positionOhio State, North Carolina, New York U. And 1 there lies Harvard's psychological lift. I Fantastic Basket Ball Story It took an unexpected defeat and an automobile tragedy In 1944 to send the Utah team careening from an absolute vacuum to the finis of as fantastic a story as college basket ball ever has known. One March evening two years ago the Utah squad trooped dejectedly back to its New York hotel through the falling snow, scuffing through the little drifts on 9th ay. Utah hearts were lower than the temperature, and had fallen much faster that night. Kentucky had upset them in the very first round of the Invitation Tourney. There is nothing so akin to the deep, dark bottom of an empty well than to be a beaten favorite on a basket ball court. The Utah tall boys were glum. "Shucks," said one, "six days out of seven we could beat that team!" Then his foot struck something in the snow. "Look, fellas," he said. Some say it was a horseshoe. Others claim it was a copy of the Bible. What ever it was, the Utah kids said: "Hey, that's good luck!" And it was ... but it came on the wings of a tragedy. When the Utah squad reached its hotel it learned that Kansas City had been phoning desperately for them. The Univ. of Arkansas squad had just been struck a horrible ' blow. Some of its members, travelling by car had been involved in a grade-crossing accident. Some were killed, others were badly injured. Disaster Eliminated Arkansas The disaster had wiped Arkansas out of the N. C. A. A. Western playdowns. Would Utah substitute? They would! The "blitz" kids journeyed to Kansas City as fast as they could get accommodations. They knocked off Iowa State in the first round, Missouri by 10 points in the final to take the "Western" title. That brought 'em back to New York to play Dartmouth for the N. C. A. A. championship. The "blitz kids" hadn't come this far to be stopped now. Dartmouth looked like a better ball club. But a "blitz kid" flung in a tying basket just as the final gun sounded, and Utah won in overtime, 42-40. But here was the payoff: Meantime, St. John's of New York had won the great Invitation Tournament from which Utah had been eliminated in the first round. Now, as N. C. A. A. champion, would the "blitz kids" play St. John's for the Red Cross and, Ind cidentally, the "national" championship? A pleasure, sir! So the boys who came in the back door, and reached New York by way of Ogden-New York-Kansas City played and whipped St. John's, 46-43, before a record throng in Madison Square Garden. That's the greatest of all "Cinderella" stories in basket ball. This week Harvard may add another legend to the N. C. A. A. tournament. New England basket ball is gen., orally scorned. And Harvard's basket ball is usually rated somewhat lower, on a national scale, than an ant's spats. Harvard possibly will be the most underrated team to ever reach for the marbles ... or try a "Cinderella" slipper for size. - 1011 EUVU.111.4 1.416n . .6.tie .i.v.66- . Monace.t. 1 1 9 0 more fling at the boards. first on a pair of walks, Tommy ZERMATT, Switzerland, March hander was off to a poor start, Totals .42 13 27 11 Hstrderm. 1 0 1 - Holmes' blooper which Babe Young 16 ( New York by way of Ogden-New York-Kansas City played but he held the Indians score- Ica,:ismo a.0,0. 01 00 01 was aTsh eo nb best skiing fields e ma ttho uen tlaelfnt lost in the sun and an infield out. AP)-Leading skiers of 10 na- oQuality and whipped St. John's, 46-43, before a record throng in le Kleine() .0000 2Seols'aill 1 0 0 0 ss for four successive frames. asIpl.irAfewwe o vthenehreoaudsw its or were the hr running nmore n ing back by a Schumacher sling and tary team of 15, converged today Brooklyn Tommy was hit in the tions. Including an American mill- Madison Square Garden. , Dobson, too, was off to a shaky debut being greeted by Totals...all-21-T) adventurous tu Ratted for Darrla In sixth, Ratted Hillman's Highway over on the left diction , Nanny Fernandez walked to set on this south Switzerland Alpine tic x ha That's the greatest of all "Cinderella" stories in basket a Pat Seerey circuit wallop. for the stage for the Wentzel wallop m- w in the third. ball. This week Harvard may add another legend to the Winter resort for the opening on tng chara4 In h corn side, especially after the sun ,. 61170n:tor aloe:, in fo ianiniagret7. Hatted Ear Weigel side. The snow was fast and on the Giants got one back in the sixth Monday of the first international its value; N. C. A. A. tournament. New England basket ball is gen- Sox Lead In Fourth, 4-3 8"T 880 082 128 8 o tom 04011 leveland got at it. Then it became rather " n heavy to push around unless you when Maynard laced a Wallace fast ski meet since 1939. orally scorned. And Harvard's basket ball is usually rated lit St Ase ble- were running your turns all the ball over the left field barrier. The American team is entered Appli ' l s The Sox seered in the third on Itichard's two bagger and a Charley tretolner. Flair. ndres. Rusll. . c2)!Thtztoodslinto aralsritti.biltret Way through. When Johnny Rucker and Buddy as the e'ETO" team and was chosen Y. The Sherburne Trail is still good Blattner singled with only one away Harvard possibly will be the most underrated team to Monaca, Kleine. E. Melo. Dobson. Draw- in the seventh, Ott removed Voi- from units of occupation troops wear, ( somewhat lower, on a national scale, than an ant's spats. Brewster wild throw. and went !.!er II. RBI. Gitasrt. Lousk 2. Brewster. for skiing top to bottom except for peat:14173 the fourth, 4-3 on alleles c r de foGilbert Carr arid t ari30,10SterVirILBDroicae t2., air r2. tf;erol i,;1).-, a few .rocks that are showing selle for Clyde Kluttz and the ex- throughout Europe. Members of "lasting ever reach for the marbles ... or try a "Cinderella" slipper for size. 2111H. ' c,a;le.. Rit iietartliblettlakepile;-; through on the second and third Brave graciously grounded to Fer- the team Include: Tech Sgt William 99 HYarder's two passes, one of which nb.1.1111 forced in a run. D ' Fire. Ca: AeiZer. Carey and Flair. on $. leveland g. BOB. by late in the afternoon turns. As usual, the race the gang g double play. race starts w nandez who started the inning-end- Legere, Rumford, Me.; 2d Lt Bruce iny tire --p . Tom Carey, Howard Doyle and It al It rtarriS :,litliapier 2 Ki im n a. Kleine at the top all decide to get to the . White Jr., Bath. Me.: Pvt Robert Rogers prised season's greetings for Ace Burden, Woodstock, Vt., and 1st Lt The final Braves two tames corn- Notre Dame to Play Nine Steiner sgureeceet:tdo r,Kleiman, wt itsti t lHlrderie nan s a on SO, by harder It, Harris 8, Vaeri7 2. 2, Dobson 8, Ribs. 11, off foot at once. Atwood, Dorchester, Mass. der. 5 In 4 Innings; Harris, 6 In 51 Contrary to belief in Boston they Adams, ace relief hurler also mak- John sixth for three more Sox runs. 'Me Kleiman. 8 in $; Dobson 5 In St Kleine, - - are still skim, on Cranmore' Indians shaved the lead to 7-6 with u Bremer. Rar:pa, 1;ifnri. 1111Jr('liidPilioron Herder. . ., I, his 1946 bow. in rs the seventh' , Salomi Wins Greater c72 Grid Games; Dartmouth Out Dobson singing" Y In the eighth. urr;lio. Irun;meraa;id Boy'er 1:11n:'r ,, 212 and today several skier rode the . s is Rattlesnake Trail all the way to the - base station. The skiing on the singles by Fernandez and Ted Cies- lak around a two-bagger by Phil Boston Table Tennis Plair's homer and McBride's double, ism. each good for two runs oft pitcher Masi figured. - Louis Salomi of South End Boys' Lt n top is perfect on the three big ye I nRgy SOUTH BEND, Ind., March 16 Hal Kleine, clinched for Boston. watch Summers and Boyer run the open slopes u there and Hannes The. Giants provided a scare In Club defeated Allen dial also . p the ninth when singles by Mize, Of the South End.Boys Club, in the :(AP)-with St. Patrick's Day tirn- Indoor Court I Tennis Sox SOCKS game.... Campbell will have his Schneider had his classes working rfe(A ' Sze, Notre Dame's 1946 football Good hitting in the pinches chance at first base in the home out on them all day. A lot of run- Blattner, and pinch-hitter Ernie lima match of the Greater Boston 04 schedule, listing nine games and Final Match atch Today , . game tomorrow. . . . Wilson and nere anxious to get in a little more Three solid raps for Steiner. . Woods will do the flinging against 0 - 1 . pen slope practice, kept in close Lombardi, along with a wild toss Junior table tennis matches at New- had dll ' Connie the oproduced nn ti barsuenswhanend Southern California and Purdue as Sifilli lit d orn .na s- ,o0 s Sri rom o Sou thE n TREMON W. E. Lingelbach and E. M. Ed- n.... Mike R g - to the trees on the south slope the Yankees at St. Petersburg to and neyw Chit, defeated Bernard koltcre of Dew opponents, was announced to- Russell's batting eye was keen again. Ryba bowled the morrow. . . The Clearwater fans skied to the foot. tallies vl 1 roe fsmoaonrdeouble-play ton yesterday. chelqea Y. M. C. A.. 21-15. 23-21. day by Coach Frank Leahy. wards of Philadelphia will meet Indians over in the ninth. George were sore because of the absence All activities in North Conway Rigney rolled out. 21BO -111. 2!-Plii Allen Qdian of South End BoYa Um)) defeated Stanley Palter The Fighting Irish, preparing for R. L. Gerry and A. B. Martin of Case's great catch robbed Flair of of Williams from the lineup. . . are proceeding as usual and In case BRAVES BUZZINGS of Chelsea 1. M. C. A., 31-13. 21-14. . their 58th grid season, will en- New York In the final match of the a triple with three on in the fourth Eddie Pellagrini's back is respond- of more snow falling they will not The Braves-Giants series now 21-10 Finals-Louis Salorra defeated Allen counter Southern California's National Indoor Court Tennia eh an id his one-hand grab off Lazer ing to treatment. He is glad that have to swing back into action. stands at two wins and a tie 22-20. Odin. 2-21, 14-21. 21-15. 21-13. ss,ss Misignmeemo Trojans for the first time since Tennis - am- also was made at the fence. j. there was nothing to the story he 1942. The Trojans will close the plonship at the Tennis and Racquet Johnny Pesky will be out of the might be sold to the Senators. . . At Tampa. Fla. e Irish season here on Nov. 30. Pur- Club today. lineup a few days because of a Polly will be out of the game for - , du will be played here Oct. 12. Lingelbach and Edwards defeated bruised anger on his throwing about a week. NV (A) "13" a) WTeam COO 000 CM- q 1 7" Clilrinnatt (N) etO 001 e The schedule includes five home R. Grand 3d and T. Ridgeway of hand. .. . Tex Ilughson and Dave Ktornel, Stenreau 8 ana Robinson, , -5 , 6-4, 6-4, in yes- American League and Chief UM- games and an open date on Oct. 19. New York, 8-5, 6-4, 6-4, and Ferriss will pitch against Kansas At Hollywood. Fla. Ilernalev 6: Burro. Polivka 4. r'Snotit, fl....1 E 6 Georgia Tech, Dartmouth and Great Gerry and Martin defeated W. A. City at Sarasota tomorrow... philadelnhia t.M..010 I 0 CC 1 At Havana. Cuba '-,,o Lakes. which has closed Its second Van Allen and J. II. Van Allen of Pres. William Harridge of the. n I and Clifford. Letnanno Shoun 6 Baltimore (Jo 000 0 rn0 0 I 0(4-0 0 Washington (A). 022 00$ O-- g? 12 wartime era, are 1945 opponents i New York 6 Schanz, mulligan 4. leents 7 and Cuban All-gtars 001 000 ona- g f Semmick. Pet' son I: alvert. rianaga 5heoard. Brunke (3). Pieretti ( ) an , ehete , t missing from next Fall's Irish card. terday's semifinal matches. spire Tom Connally came over to, 6 and Kahn. Murray 6. n Valdes; Garcia and Uuerra t ' f t . Navy is booked Nov. 2 at Baltimore, ----------., and Army again will be encoun- ' I EX CIA1 tered at New York on Nov. 9. Illi Coach Leahy, who has returned NEW ENGLAND LEAGUE 1946 SCHEDULE i to the Irish post after a two-year Navy hitch. recently promised that -, Notre Dame would not take the -------, trimmings suffered from Army the 1 28 19 5 ve May 8, 13, 7 May 14 May 23 May 12, 15 May 11. O, 0 one of America's finc past two seasons. 1 9 4 6 At At At At At At At At e 4, The schedule: At Providence Nashua Lawrence Lynn Fall River Portland Manchester v , e o N . tofet 28. MIAMI at Charietigni oat. a. V 4 ttsburgh; 13 Purdtte: 1d, 7en; 23. tes-a at Itrova . City; Nov. 2 'siva, at May 24 1 et4mcore; G. Amy 2.1 New ark; 141. c 4-. June 9, 25 May 8, 18 2 June 1, 20 , June 6, 14, 24 Tune 2, 7, 16, 19 June 4,12,27,27 June5,15,23,23 June 22 1 ' S 3 , I .c t. We orlaorT:A,,,,t4,t'a!flirg;lusta.t Nevi Pawtucket FOR July 11, 23 July 3, 15 July 8, 18 July 2, 9, 24 July 8, 27 July 14 July 4, 4, 13 i 0 Aug. 7, 18, 27 Aug. 1, 12, 24 Aug. 22 Aug. 14 Aug. 5, 29 Aug. 4, 4 Aug. 3, 13 i .... ' VII Ps e t Waet Exhibition Baseball Sept. 1 . At Lakeland. Ilk It S t 12 12 May 9 25 May 16 17 May 15, 23 eroomninim (A), in 93 I 800-1 6 I May la - - lkg May 21 so, so May 10, 2- May , - ' - ' June 11 17 r)e,,,rott (, , . c, 00- June 2, 21 June 10, 19 June 4, 14 June 2, 8, 16, 29 June 13, 27 . I Nitrathnz. tearbprourn 4 and Early. . Providence j THE 1une12,18,26,30 July 10' s eli Truck .,O m Men-- uly 1, 7, 2 Evan 8 July 12, 25, 25 July 3, 18, 31 July 21 July4,4,17,30 u Y Aug. , Aug. 6, are proud to be grds. 'ranee1.0c. r 1 r 6 and Aug. 11, 20, 30 Aug. 10, 16 Aug. 15, 28 Aug. 8, 25 Aug. 29 A 1 - Sept. 2, 2 ft Boston to be entrusl May 10, 22, 20 , , Edwin Clapp shoes. T , May 27 , May 15 May 8, 17, 28 May 12, 12 May 23 May 13, 19 ,- ' '.... 741re440 of the most cliscrimTnet July 15 To 30 Nashua July 5,21, 21,30 'June 23, 2S BEST June 3, 15 June 5, 17, 28 June 11, 22 June 2,14, 21 June 7, 9 1 - . Aug. 9, 26 18 6 24 July7,27,31,31 July 12, 23. July 2, 16, 17 July 13, 28, 28 July 8, 19 Olt' , A 4i, , , ., ,s- , .,- quality and good tasi Aug. 4, 22, 31 Aug. 15, 15 Aug. 6 Aug. 10: 28 Aug. 11, 21 Aug. 2, 17, 30 At.,, .' .-- , , show SHAVES May 9, 21 May 11, 28 May 14, 28 May 19, 29 May 18 May 18 May 12, 25 - , c ,. . t, , ' ,' ,..1 - , one of the man ,,,, , J3each" in brown or ID! , June 18 June 11 June 13, 25 June 1, 16, 18 June 2, 23 I i ., ''4,. -P-A --s' - Lawrence June 5, 22, 28 June 8, 29 ' IN , c..0 --.;A:A July 10, 20, 28 July p, 19 July 4, 4 Ally 14, 30 July 13, 23 July 3, 21, ;1 July 6, 17, 26 ti ' '-,,,,,..-111, - PER BLADE Aug. 2, 17, 28 Aug. 3, 10 Aug. 8, 20, 25 Aug.9,11,23.30 Aug. 4,13.27,31 Aug. 1,18 Aug. 7, 24 i , -N ,, ' . ' .;,i)- ''. ' , -.. - A-4 A. 440,C),4 IV k , . , ; 19 TIMES TOUCHER STEEL , N.- bocaus so May 16 May 20, III May 0, 25 May 23, 30, 30 May 13, 27 May 22 May 18 -,,,, :000e10., at' -- ,41"' 0101.A ir -- -) , , N 0',,': . Lynn June 13, 29 June 3, 20 June 6, 16, 27 June 12 June 1 1 15 24 June 8 9 . 0 0 22 2 June t , . 10 0 June ' July 7, 21, 27 f 1 , V- Nei ' ' 7,...e., 4- ''''s,.''''"4- ' .7.4 'd July 17, 22 July 8, 13 July 11 25 July 1, 15, 29 SPORTS July 4, 4 July 6, 18 Aug. g. 8,19,25,25 Aug. 1, 13, 21 Sept. 2: 2 Aug. 12, 29 Aug. 17 Aug. 7, 22 g'e 411 "t 18 w ,1 ,-).,A 'kw' ,., . 4 ... 4::;,,,y- I . 4 c 4. . derPlitgir. i. May 20, 28 May 8, 18 May 11, 28 May 31 June 01 0 28 May 15, 24 May 21, 30, 30 May 10, 22, 26 .,, , -.., , N., ..,,... - - ' t SLIM Fall fiver July 22, 31 ruly 14,14,21,20 Aug. 7,1,18 23 3una 10, 17, 28 June 7 July I 0 8, 111Y 11' J i4 June 23, 30 June 20 June 14, 21 3 , , - ,- , uly 5, 19, 28 READ Jul 8 9 25 jul 3 5' , , y 4 . . , Aug. 8 e' '' , Aug. 10, Aug. O. 23 Se Aug. , Aug.12, 30 Aug. 11, 19;26 4., .. , - Sept. 2, 2 l,, . ' 21 Aug pt. 1, 1 Ikles, ...,, 1 , , 2 20 , . , . , , , ?-1r117:ilOgi' ';'-'' May.28 AV 24 14, eZNII , ' ' 0 :IMO it, ls May 13, 20 May 20 31 11-' May 10, 28 May 14, 19, 19 May 8 lune 7,17,30 SO ,. liv. Portland July 10 June 6, 24 June 16 la , June 25 June 18 June 4, 12, 29 ,t- July 16 THE , 3 he 25c Aug. 6, 15, 31 .ruly 15, 27 ' July 1, '22 July 10, 26, 28 July 7, 7, 20, 20 July 12, 24, 31 'I Aug. 19, 28 î ,f NO WIPING-NO DRYING Sept 2, 2 Aug. 2, 17, 23 Aug. 3, 13, 27 Sept. 1 Aug. 5, 16, 28 Aug. 14 , Aug. 9, 25 ..- 1 I MEN'S SHOP, 0 Iteat-Preet (Stainlss VIM) May 17, 31 May 14, 28 May 18, 24 May 12, 20 May 21, May 29 May 9, 27 I f 1..........., 9 15 WEST STHEET 9 B . JUST MSS RAZOR - L 10 CO011it 3S INA St..litlya I. KY. manchester 311" 61 16' St1 June 1, 15 June 9, 13, 24 June 2, 20, 27 June 18, 28 June 6, 19, 19 June 3, 28 July 16, 25 fuly 2, 5, 20, 28 July 0, 14 July 22 July 7, 21 July 1, 18 July 11, 23, 29 GLOBE , 116100 '' " s6nolo '' '"""--.......tv.eac-ov'',140"'4'-' '..60 ''g.emee.,,,...,...em,....qtbeb..aovoue....g... Meters 0 Sonsorito Sloes) fitedel .LtL,cgL Aug. 16 23 ku 12 Aug. 14 29 ,Aug. 5, 21, 21 kug.4, 18, 27,31 Aug. 1, 15, 22 Aug. 8, 20 to,, '4.00c000witainA.' . . i . , , Notre Dame Grid Games; SOUTH BEND, Ind., March ld :(AP)--with St. Patrick's Day tim-1 ing, Notre Dame's 1946 football' schedule, listing nine games and 1 Southern California and Purdue as new opponents, was announced today by Coach Frank Leahy. The Fighting Irish, preparing for their 58th grid season, will encounter Southern California's TroJans for the first time since 3342. The Trojans will close the Irish 'Poison here on Nov. 30. PurduP will be played here Oct. 12. The schedule includes five home games and an open date on Oct. 19. Georgia Tech, Dartmouth and Great Lakes. which has closed its second ',airtime era, are 1945 opponents missing from next Fall's Irish card. Navy is booked Nov. 2 at Baltimore, and Army again will be encountered at New York on Nov. 9. Ce.sch Leahy, who has returned to the Irish post after a two-year Navy hitch. recently promised that Notre Dame would not take the trimmings suffered from Army the past two seasons. The schedule: tort 28. IllittelL at Chainottn; Oct. 8. ctumurth; la ruNitte) Jal. To; 2i. ow. at lowa City; Nov. 2. 'avv at ta4mcore; O. Atryw ve ew orkl141. errthweetorTIL ws. lane. at New 1 S Orleans; 3outherrt aliforttle., Exhibition Baseball At Lakeland. Fla. ;rat 1"gnt P,g 8PA r:ilegallni.. 3 tearbprourn 4,and Earl. .1 s Evans ei lruck ma o overn and Iticn- TaDachecko. Is TO 30 SHAVES PER BLADE Because 19 TIMES TOUCHER STEEL : - Ittooliodol'- fetid Polo 3 S. 23c I NO WIPING-NO DRYING 1100 lot-Proof (Stainloss VW) . UST MOISE UM COOPill 35 Uri St..11111yo I. N.Y. Atellott A orsrito' 'Melt Stedet , Al.,. VV kit 1.V pitS,) Vt.& lil t ." L .,,,. R. Grand 3d -a-ri-d-'11.-- iii-d-ge-w-na'-y-o'l 11;un'cr. . ..-Fesii. Iiu-g hs.o-n- and Dave - - - - - --. Clopinnati aNi 000 000 000-tt -4 A ,,'"- I - The schedule includes five home - Karnel. Stanreau 8 and anbinInn, , tames and an open date on Oct. 19. New York, Gerry and ma 8-5. 6-4. 6-4. and Ferriss will pitch against Kansas At Hollywood. Plc 11Prnall.V 6: Iliirno. Pollvka 4. Shoun a , E and Clifford. Letnanno 6. Georgia Tech, Dartmouth and Great rtin defeated W. A. City at Sarasota tomorrow.... philadei hi N . 0 JO (1 088-4 I 1 At Havana. C ba 1 "-, 0 t 1..akes. which has closed its second Van Allen and J. 1-1. Van Allen of Pres. William Harridge of the naltimornze Ntil '000 lick 000-0 0 Wagninitton (A). t)22 01 23---: 12 1 i , New York, 8-5, 6-4, 8-4, in yes- American League and Chief Um- See1;1,1c. Murray 71. alttrenrnlland crmiNllitrt unk "14) z'ter tt1 (-a) a a ''s 1 wartime era, are 1945 opponents terdsy's semifinal matthea hete , missing from next Fairs Irish card. ,pire Tom Connally came over to 6 and Kahn. Zurray 6. n Va des; Garcia and 6uirra. e en -a Navy is booked Nov. 2 at Baltimore, --------, I t i F EXCLUSIVE and Army again will be encoun- tered at New York on Nov. 9. 'i CrAch Leahy, who has returned NEw ENGLAND LEAGuE 1946 scHEDuLE , to the Irish post after a y 4 two-ear 1 i Navy hitch. recently promised that I Notre Dame would not take the --,....---......-.... -, trimmings suffered from Army the 1 9 4 6 At At At At At At At At 1 one of America's finest shoes past two seasons. , . The schedule: Pawtucket Providence Nashua Lawrence Lynn Fail River Portland Manchester I. : t No ftestttir2. . 8 Illrlprt Ch.seva aim; oat. . n a ) 1 I e 1411 45' -, , ows stahlem!s city: 14;1'ov. Tar4 2aflt. ctancore; O. Amy o.1 New ark; I& c May 24 June 9, 25 May 18, 18 May 8, 13, 27 May 14 May 23 , May 12, 15 May 11. SO, 30 A , . ., - 0 June 1, 20 June 6, 14, , , June 4,12,27,27 June5,15,23,23 June 22 ot7roTTAtAitgirttleil,f117c7;m1sta.t Nelv ' Pawtucket FOR Ju uly 11, 23 , 27 24 July 3, 15 July 8, 18 July 2, 9, 24 July 8, 27 July 14 July 4, 4, 13 ; , Ag. 7, 18 t t , f...,,,,t ) Po e 0410W Exhibition Baseball Sept. 1 Aug. I, 12, Aug. 22 Aug. 24 Tune 27119 14 Aug. 5, 29 Aug. 4, 4 Aug. 3, 13 i i . At Lakeland. Fla. May 15, 23 , nrssmnroe, tm..010 23 809A 1 i May la THE may 21 2,, So May 10, 22 - May 12, 12 May 9, 25 May 16,17 0 Darott (A; . zni June 2, 21 r,11rAsIlLafrutp.rtvetrigith..46 awd Rgr.: Providence July I, 7 28 June12,18,26,30 'TIM t a 10 19 June 4, 14 - June 2, 8, 16, 29 June 13, 27, J.June 11, 17 - ar uly 10 I Aug. 5, 19 July 12, 25, 25 July 3, 18, 31 July 21 July4,47,30 Aug. 6, 28 We e proud to be the only store in t &ilia. Tappachecks 6. Aug. 11, do, 30 Aug. 10, 16 Aug. 15, 28 Aug. 8, 25 Aug. 29 1 - Sept. 2, 2 ' ef' Boston to be entrusted with the fine , , , May 10, 22, 20 May 27 ' May 15 May 8, 17, 28 May 12, 12 May 23 May 13, 19 s., , .- vre.44, !It CrnloasptpdshcorznaTthz rrair:m!hweh:lhsoitionet, , f. 15 To 30 Nashua July 5,21, 21,30 June 23, 2S J 24 BEST un 3, 15 June 5, 127, 28 e June 11, 22 Jun 2, 14, 8 21 8 u June 7, 9 9 Jul 2 16 17 J 1 13 2 2 . Aug. 9, 26 ulivg 84, 128i 31 1'ilug'.e 7i257'N'31 klulfT 162' 3 AufT. lb: 2'8 Auu;. 11', 21' iul;. 82' 13.7, 30 f i Illil. i - 's . JAu - lY , ,-- quality and good taste in styling. We SHAVES 'Lawrence June 18 June 22, 28 June 8 May 9, 21 May 11, 28 May 14, 28 5, , 29 IN June 11 June 13, 25 June 1, 16,18 June 2, 23 ,4. , does, ' . May 19, 29 May 16 May 18 May 12, 25 - . , ',1 '', ..e.- -t ., oter -,,,,,,,, , , rt , , ,;.9 13.95 ,. . , , , , ,,. s, , .S:8 arCh:nian rrot:: onr-1 ablkia SCfaSifStkhinaa a k faloV),4 PER BLADE July 10, 20, 28 july g, 19 Aug. 2, 17, 28 Aug. 3, 14 July 4, 4 I , Aug. 8, 20, 25 July 14, 30 July 13, 23 July 3, 21, ;1 July 6, 17, 26 '4$ - '' --...s, - Aug.9,11,23.30 Aug. 4,13.27,31 Aug. 1, 18 Aug. 7, 24 , , 404401. ,,,,, k Boasts' May 18 May 20, SI May a, 25 May 23, 30, , 30 May 13, 27 May 22 May 18 Lynn , , wile 0 ,4' , . 19 TIMES TOUCHER STEEL Jun 13, 29 June 3, 20 June 6, 16, 27 June 12 July 17, 22 July 8, 13 July 11 25 July 20 SPORTS June 11, 15, 24 June 8 9 22 22 July 4, 4 June 10 I - . July 7, 21, 27 f 1 ,, 4,401,,,,-. ,, ,A,, -,,,. - ,,,,t,;,A , Aug. 8, 19,25,25 Aug . 1, 1 Sept 1 3, 21 Sept. 2: 2 Aug. 12, 20 Aug. 17 July 6;18' Aug. 7, 22 Aug. 4, 10, 18 's ,c ., t,.),. ,w-,,,, -- .,Y,' 'N, ,1 I topliritit . . . ' t 4 - ,, , , M y 21, 2t My ta 18 May IL 2 23 May May 31 . 4,0'' -, l'194-", M 15, My 21, 30,30 May 1, 22, 26 24 a0 .., 3 Jne 0 0, , - -, II API . . , - 1 ' vst- t Fall River Ju July e 12, 31 Jul1' 11' 28 Jlaty rie 144 ,21,20 Aug. 7,16,18,23 July 10 14, Aug. 8 ' Juu ly li 24 July 5, 19, 28 READ July 8, 9, 25 July 3 ,, ,..4 . 1 2, ., ,, wp. Aug. 10, 21 Aug. O. 23 Sept. 1, Aug. 2 20 (, Sept. Aug. Aug.12, 30 Aug. 11, 19;26 ,, , 4,, Ae', , , 2 ug . ' . , ,:tet., .,,.. .,.. May.26 k 24 r . : -.PS" g' June 11, 28 May23,211 May 20 31 Illu--nYe 7 17,30,so May 10, 28 May 14, 19, 19 May 8 , ,.. , - "4 P.t141. Portland erulY 19 June 6 24 June to la July id June 25 June 18 June 4, 12, 29 ( 6, , 3,2 Se Aug. 6, 15, 31 .Tauly 16, 27 ' July 1, '22 Aug. 10, 28 July 10, 281 28 July 7, 7,20,20 THE July 12, 24, 31 'I --... NO WIPING-NO DRYING St 2, 2 Aug. 2, 17, 23 Aug. 3, 13, 27 1 Sept. Aug. 5, 16, z8 Aug. 14 - Aug. 9, 25 C-f - 100 lot-Proof (Stainloss Stimi) May 17, 31 May 14, 28 May 16, 24 May 12, 20 May 21 .. May 29 May 9, 27 i i,1- ?1 rtIEN'S SHOP, 15 WEST STREET, BOSTON .. UST RINSE NAM 16 June 2, 20, 27 June 18, 28 June 6, 19, 19 June 3,28 coons u INA or IL ,Iye ,.., A stlyI.T Manchester 3'ts un l66 SO T.1 ul un ye21,, 51,520, 28 July 0, 14 June 9, 13, 24 July 22 July 7, 21 July 1, la July 11, 23, 29 G LOBE L , 1 ., .,.,., . ,,o,.., ... 12 5, ,Aug. 5, 21, 21 kug.4, la, 27,31 Aug. 1, 15, 22 Aug. 8, 20 . it,,,...4- st,, ,,... ,......avetlos.tvemok-ve4, 41kwe'.'w '..ea, "4.0mer.........006,,....alraa.,..."...........rdeHli,va:;:te-Alsormilonodmii A t . , - to Play Nine Dartmouth Out Indoor Court Tennis Final Match Today W. E. Lingelbach and E. M. Edwards of Philadelphia will meet R. L. Gerry and A. B. Martin of New York In the Anal match of the National Indoor Court Tennis championship at the Tennis and Racquet Club today. Lingelbach and Edwards defeated Ti Grand 3d and T. Ridgeway of New York, 8-5, 6-4, 6-4, and Gerry and Martin defeated W. A. Van Allen and J. l. Van Allen of New York, 8-5, 6-4, 6-4, in yesterday's semifinal matches. NEW 1946 Pawtucket Providence Nashua Lawrence Lynn Fall River Portland Manchester NEW BRAVE p R HI c raves a , . y. c.:Ny , . By Gene Mack! 07 . NEW BRAVE r 6.45) ,,,,,,,,.., , , .r 1 31.3 ... og TH6 RCFtEATOP-4 Lot I it , S w 4,;1, r , I f ICE 4a14', ' t S 9 ......,,-,-,F ,--,--INI THe stRvice v ..t lf t, , rhpl tz 1 , ,;,, 0).-1-Ne Ist osi Ness ,,,s,, 5-10E HC wok le AiNo 9le ,s 9 ii,t-rw,h ..:6 I itorata Sipe EARL WA5 LO - ' k ,A, -17' ST S FO ., A ',- 1 t3., '41 ' ir --, ot, 11 I . I, tzei's 3 - - 1 4 ARV - i NI T145 FAMOVS t:',Iti,'ftvc NVY "MAN ..e ..f--07142 i, 4- l t . ill er ; H,w1 i 3 SZE 1,. up lai Y TBATme Or TI-IE , ,A02., , '1":' ,--o-s: 1 I a t . - . ', 4 40k Or WAVER TOWER III A .,-------- -, a PT MAI.41LA.. 14 14 ..,, ...ge 1 ..... Wins ,,1 e I 1 Posedell 4 ...:, . , ,------c,0 (c(,,,,,,, Alt:, , . . .. , ,. Stan Stars Afield Posedel ---,:,, . , ,,,,,c3,c- .... 5 -,,,,,. , h .11,,AVIIII fh Nr 1 zAg .tt ) e b sto a ab h 0 a b4 s b ,n., s 1 2 4 nigny.11 ö I 1 4 go 4N1''N' i . N N and Wallace Hurl, for Tri e Hopp of 4 0 1 Hark. 4 0 1 1 renriZens:::1 I ? 4. I " a 'mud," 1 .P. 'ref:I:el:11f 1 ? 131 011 ilitur.br;egtrrl.f. i 41 1;11 Si 1 '' ki. By GERRY MOORE Poloncht. 3 2 3 0 Ithrordse 4 0 1! EARL 7', . FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., March 16For the first "t" 3loote . 1 1 2 111Hattner3. 4 3 1' 3 2 0 1 1 94.1141,1'r, 1 1 1 ' t... 511.;11:91e d, e '',Iiii; .. . 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Red Sox 13 Team Drubs Indians, 11-8; Gilbert and Flair Homer Ben Steiner Gets 3 Blows; .4 in 8th Decides for Hose By MELVILLE WEBB CLEARWATER, Fla., March 16The Red Sox B team, minus Ted Williams, Bobby Doerr and company, showed a batting punch worthy of the regulars with a 13-hit barrage that steamrollered the Cleveland Indians, 11-8, here yesterday. A glaring sun and a fierce wind made fielding chances haz- W ardous. The Sox attack in- Fr on Without Aces cluded four masters by Andy Gilbert and Al Flair with the big first sacker's coming in the eighth the big blow of a four-run surge that sewed up the game for the Hose. Mickey Harris, Joe Dobson and Mike Ryba shared the Bor.- ton mound chores. The left-hander was off to a poor start, but he held the Indians scoreless for four successive frames. Dobson, too, was off to a shaky debut being greeted by a Pat Seerey circuit wallop. Sox Lead in Fourth, 4-3 The Sox scored in the third on Richard's two bagger and a Charley Brewster wild throw. and went ahead in the fourth, 4-3. on saleties by McBride. Gilbert. Carr and Harder's two passes, one of which forced in a run. Tom Carey, Howard Doyle and Steiner greeted Kleiman, Harder's rnOund suCCesSOr, with hits in the sixth for three more Sox runs. The Indians shaved the lead to II-0 with Dobson flinging. In the eighth, Flair's homer and McBride's double, each good for two runs oft pitcher Hal Kleine, clinched for Boston. sox SOCKS Good hitting in the pinches. Three solid raps for Steiner. . Russell's batting eye was keen again.... Mike Ityba bowled the Indians over in the ninth. George Case's great catch robbed Flair of a triple with three on in the fourth and his one-hand grab off Lazer also was made at the fence. Johnny Pesky will be out of the lineup a few daYs because of a bruised anger on his throwing hand. Tex Hughson and Dave Ferriss will pitch against Kansas City at Sarasota tomorrow.... Pres. William Harridge of the American League and Chief 'Umpire Tom Connelly came over to ENGLAND LEAGUE 1946 SCHEDULE - At At At At At At At At Pawtucket Providence Nashua Lawrence Lynn Fall River Portland 1Tanchester , May 24 May 18, 18 May 8, 13, 27 May 14 May 23 May 12, 15 May 11. SO, SO FOR June 9, 25 July 11,23 June 1, 20 June 6, 14, 24 Tune 2. 7, le, 19 June 4,12,27,27 June5,15,23,23 June 22 July 3, 15 July 8, 18 July 2, 9, 24 July 8, 27 July 14 July 4, 4, 13 Aug. 7, 18, 27 Sept. 1 Aug. 1, 12, 24 Aug. 22 Aug. 14 Aug. 5, 29 Aug. 4, 4 Aug. 3, 13 May May 15, 23 la June 11, 17 June 2, 21 THE May 21, so, so May 10, 22 - May 12, 12 May 9, 25 May 16, 17 Aug. July 10 July 1, 7, 28 junel2 18 28 30 June 10, 19 June 4, 14 - June 2, 8, 16, 29 June 13, 27, July 4,4,17,30 Aug. 11, 20, 30 5: ili ' July 12, 25, 25 July 3, 16, 31 July 21 Aug. 10, 18 Aug. 15, 28 Aug. 8, 25 Aug. 29 Aug. 6, 28 Sept. 2, 2 May 10, 22, 2 My 27 May 15 May 8, 17, 28 May 12, 12 May 23 May 13, 19 9 ' July 5,21, 21,30 June 23, 2S BEST June 3, 15 June 5, 17, 28 June 11, 22 June 2, 14, 21 June 7, 9 Aug. 9, 26 July 6, 18, 24 Ju1y7,27,31,31 July 12, 23. July 2, 16, 17 July 13, 28, 28 July 8, 19 Aug. 4, 22, 31 Aug. 15, 15 Aug. 6 Aug. 10: 28 Aug. 11, 21 Aug. 2, 17, 30 May 9, 21 May 11, 28 May 14, 28 May 19, 29 May 18 May 18 May 12, 25 'June 18 June 5, 22, 28 June 8, 29 ' IN June 11 June 13, 25 June 1, 18, 18 June 2, 23 July 10, 20, 28 July g, 19 July 4, 4 July 14, 30 July 13, 23 July 3, 21, ;1 July 6, 17, 26 Aug. 2, 17, 28 Aug. 3, 14 Aug. 8, 20, 25 Aug.9.11,23.30 Aug. 4,13.27,31 Aug. 1, 18 Aug. 7, 24 , May 16 May 20, SI May 0, 25 May 23, 30, 30 May 13, 27 May 22 may 18 June 13, 29 June 3, 20 June 6, 16, 27 June 12 June 1, 1, 15, 24 June 8,9,22 22 June 10 July 17, 22 July 8, Aug. 4, 10, 18 13 July 11 25 July 1, 15, 29 SPORTS July 4, 4 July 6, 18 ' July 7' 21' 27 Aug. 8,19,25,25 Aug. 1, 13, 21 Sept. 2: 2 Aug. 12, 29 Aug. 17 Aug. 7, 22 Sept. 1 , .. May 20, 28 MO 8-1 10 18 MaY 11 May 31 Juna 10, 17, 28 Atha 7 3 May 26 June 9 0 26 15, 24 May 21, 30, 30 May 10, 22, 26 1 ju,ly li i4 , July 12, 31 July 14,14 July June 23 30 ,21,29 Aug. 7,16,18,23 . ' R June 20 June 14, 21 Aug 8 July 5, 19, 28 EAD July 8, 9, 25 July 3 Sept. 2, 2 Aug. ' rAug. 10, 21 Aug. 0. 23 sot. 1 1 Aue 2 20 Aug.12, 30 Aug. 11, 19:26 1 , , . v May.28 , A I May 24 Juno 11, 28 LvatY "'b." MO "A a' lune 7 17 30 30 May 18' 28 May 14, 19, 19 May 8 'July 10 June 6, a41 June lv 19 T.1. 1 A ' June 25 June 18 THE June 4, 12, 29 Aug. 6, 15 31 JUly 15, 27 ' July 1, '22 l'i '.f. .. July 10, 28, 26 July 7, 7, 20, 20 July 12, 24, 31 Sept 2, 2' Aug. 2, 17, 23 Aug. S, 13, 27 Aug. lw ' z e Sept. 1 Aug. 5, 16, 28 Aug. 14 Aug. 9, 25 , - May 17, 31 May 14, 28 May 16, 24 May 12, 20 May 21 .. May 29 May 9, 27 1.Tune 6, 16, 30 June 1, 15 June 9, 13, 24 June 2, 20, 27 June 18, 28 June 6, 19, 19 June 3, 28 GLOBE July 16, 25 fuly 2, 5, 20, 28 July 0, 14 July 22 July 7, 21 July 1, la July 11, 23, 29 Au:. 1 6 23 ku:. 12 Au. 14 29 ,Aug. 5, 21, 21 kug.4, 18, 27, 31 Aug. 1, 15, 22 Aug. 8, 20 THE BOSTON SUNDAY -11-16 RiveR F1-4(514T ATrRAcTs-tRe i3RAves PARTY Psi Letsuge! dmoeAENT5 RED SOX CLEVELAND ibbhpoa at bh po Steiner,' 5 3 6 $ Case.if 1 3 0 Flair4.... 8 1 5 t Ben'min If 2 0 0 Mel.. . 4 0 1 0 Lemonal.. 4 1 0 $ Andres,3.. 0 0 0 1 Meyer.3 1 0 0 0 Lasor.r. 3 0 0 W'dling,ef 3 0 2 Russell.r 1 1 j 0 Cpbell.ef MeBride.lf 5 9 0 Fleming.1 3 0 6 0 Gilbert.cf. $ 2 1 0 Rob'son.1 2 0 5 0 Carey, 5 4 8 Lellar.e... 815 0 Richards,. $ 1 4 11Weicel.o.. 0 0 0 0 Bremer.o. 0 4 0 Feerey,r.. I 1 0 0 Harris.p.. 1 0 0 liMsnes.r.. 2 0 0 0 Doyle 1 1 0 0 Brewster.s 8 2 0 1 Dcbgion.p. 2 0 0 0 Conwav.s. 2 0 1 1 Ryba,p... 0 0 0 0 Mack.9 3 0 Moneco.t. 1 1 0 0 Totals .42 13 27 11 Harder,P. 1 1 Ross 1 0 0 lEleiman,p 0 0 1 Kleine, ro 0 0 0 0 25eDlesill 1 000 Totals 33 11 27 9 Batted for Harris In sixth. Batted for Harder In fourth. Batted for Weigel In ninth. Score by Innings; BOSTON 011 203 040-21 Cleveland 800 002 120-- 8 It Stelner. Flair. Andres. Russell. Mt bride. Gilbert 3, Carey. Richard's 2. Lemon 2. Woodlint, Lollar 2. Freres,. Monaca, Kleine. E. Mele. Dobson. Brew ster 2. RBI. Gilbert, Lollar 2. Brewster. Carey. Steiner 2. Doyle 2, Flair 2. Seeres, I Robinson. McBride 2. Meyer, Camp213H. Cane. Richards, Lollar. Mc Bride, Campbell. HR. Gilbert. &mei, Flair. DP, Steiner. Carey and Flair. LOB, Boston F. Cleveland S. BOB. by Harrill 2, Harder 2, Kleiman 2. Klein.. Dobson 2. SO, by Harder 3, Harris 3. Kleiman 9. Dobson 3, Ribs. 11, off Harder. 5 In 4 Innings; Barrio, 6 In 81 Kleiman. 8 in $; Dobson, 5 fi t Kleine, 5 In 2; RYba, 0 In 1. Wilda'. Dobson 2. Pit. Bremer. 1VinP, Horrid. LP. Harder. Umps. Summers and Boyer. Time. Th. 12m. watch Summers and Boyer run the game.... Campbell will have his chance at first base in the home game tomorrow.... Wilson and Woods will do the flinging against the Yankees at St. Petersburg tomorrow... The Clearwater fans were sore because of the absence of Williams from the lineup... Eddie Pellagrini's back is responding to treatment. He is glad that there was nothing to the story he might be sold to the Senators. Polly will be out of the game for about a week. Al lialigwooti Plc Philadelohia (N)..010 ly 0-1 I Baltimore (Inn 000 0 0 000-0 0 Schanz. Mulligan 4. loments 7 and Semtruck. Peterson 7: invert. Flanagan 6 and Kahn. Murray O. 1- IF"! 1 I 114 ,r -e I 7 Ti MM. 11,111aw-Lit ,F.- A A - left. I NacIA ...ocoL I r - - 7-- - -04;1;Z, t;r1.:0 GLOBE - MARCH 17, 1916 p By ...0t4 1.H6 RecREATtok 1 itx 1,46 wok le Atoto '461.4j-fir Gene IV:Ifali c tc,k'',11 Lon S FoR HIC NAVY "MAN -er..:4) r.-,1,!zv:59 vt -,e) -0 ) ?AlTot4, I) , 3o Sit4E- ,(K MAN, ,, WITli A 4ilogt..1 Everts 004 . AND A 14,1.6,1 NI CK- ',' NAmerbeNERAL" , :-47- - -z-- 116: 1.23 ikikttt:" BY PAT HARTY NORTH CONWAY, N. H., March 16---Pinkham Notch was alive with skiers this fine Spring afternoon arid automobiles in the parking spaces from the Appalachianabin at the foot of the Fire Trail all the way to the first turn into the str light away were packed hub to hub. The hotels and the smaller inns back as far as North Conway were all comfortably filled with sunburned members of the skiing fraternity intent on at least one more fling at the boards. The best skiing on the mountain was on the snow fields at the left of the headwall. A few of the more adventurous spirits were running Hillman's Highway over on the left side. The snow was fast and on the corn side, especially after the sun got at it. Then it became rather heavy to push around unless you were running your turns all the way through. The Sherburne Trail is still good for skiing top to bottom except for a few .rocks that are showing through on the second and third S turns. As usual, the race starts late in the afternoon when the gang at the top all decide to get to the foot at once. Contrary to belief in Boston, they are still skiing on Cranmore Mt., and today several skiers rode the Rattlesnake Trail all the way to the base station. The skiing on the top is perfect on the three big open slopes up there and Hannes Schneider had his classes working out on them all day. A lot of runners, anxious to get in a little more open slope practice, kept in close to the trees on the south slope and skied to the foot. All activities in North Conway are proceeding as usual and in case of more snow falling they will not have to swing back into action. At Tampa. Fla. NV (A1 "13":ream 080 ono onoi O U urinnati (N) 0o0 000 000 Karpel, Etenreau 8 and itntlinlon, lierusiev 6: Burn. Polivka 4. Shout( 6 and Clifford. Letnanno 6. At Havana, Cuba Waghington (A)..1122 002 0071512 o Cuban All-Stara 001 o o02 a Shepard. Brunke (4). Pierett1 ( ) an Valdes i Garcia and Guerra. ST MTu RN5 1) ..,,,., ,i4.1. ,,,,;;,4. el ., ....Nk.,,,'-',' . k, '' ", z ,e444 .'".. ' . '., .....) , 0 Er( 'N:.--, - DAT UtitZTY raves Siak Gi ' I A ,,tzel's 3nza I Stan Stars Afield; Posedel - and Wallace Hurl for Tribe By GERRY MOORE FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., March 16For the first time with the Braves, big Stan Wentzel today lived up to his reputation as the American Association's outstanding ball player in 1943. The 200-pound, 6 foot 1 inch outfielder from Peach Creek, W. Va., blasted a three-run homer and contributed the game's outstanding defensive offering as the Tribe evened their Spring series with the Giants by dint of a 6-4 decision before the customary 2500 ca-,. pacity crowd at West Side Park. Wentzers drive, well over the left field wall, which is 320 feet at the foul line and similar to the Allston architecture, came with .the score tied at 1-all in the third inning and at the expense of the veteran, Hal Schumacher, 35 years old and making his first competitive start for the Giants after three years in the Navy. It served as a good working margin for another ex-sailor. Bill Posedel, who pitched one-run ball during the first five innings for the Tribe, and actually provided the margin by which Lefty Jim Wallace weathered the final four innings. Wentzel Makes Back Hand Catch Also assisting Wallace was a running, leaping and back-hand clutch of a Buster Maynard liner in the eighth by Wentzel, who last year was voted not only the American Association's outstanding freshman but also its most valuable player while playing 154 games for Indianapolis, making 184 hits good for 283 bases. including 35 doubles, 11 triples and 14 homers, and stealing 30 bases. of his showing today. Wentzel now looms as a definite threat to Llama Rowell as the Braves' starting leftfielder. This was a read mid-season game for suspense, good and bad plays and strategy. Mel Ott. still on the bench with a pulled thigh tendon. even yanked Bill Voiselle for a pinch-hitter in the seventh after the Giants' pitching ace had worked only two of his scheduled five innings. The rival Navymen, Posedel and Schumacher, were wild at the outset, but another neat 3-6-3 double play started by Johnny McCarthy excavated Posedel in the ilrst after the Giants loaded the bases with only one out. Except for a Bill Rigney triple and an infield out. which produced a Giant run in the third, Posedel was in charge thereafter. Maynard Belts Homer Braves picked up a run in the first on a pair of walks, Tommy Holmes' blooper which Babe Young lost in the sun and an infield out. Brooklyn Tommy was hit in the back by a Schumacher sling and Nanny Fernandez walked to set the stage for the Wentzel wallop in the third. Giants got one back in the sixth when Maynard laced a Wallace fast ball over the left field barrier. When Johnny Rucker and Buddy Blattner singled with only one away in the seventh, Ott removed Voiselle for Clyde Kluttz and the ex-Brave graciously grounded to Fernandez who started the inning-ending double play. The final Braves two tallies comprised season's greetings for Ace Adams, ace relief hurler also making his 1946 bow. in the seventh; singles by Fernandez and Ted Cieslak around a two-bagger by Phil Masi figured. The. Giants provided a scare in the ninth when singles by Mize, Blattner, and pinch-hitter Ernie Lombardi, along with a wild toss by Connie Ryan of a double-play ball, produced two more runs and had the tying tallies on base when Rigney rolled out. BRAVES BUZZINGS The Braves-Giants series now stands at two wins and a tie MEN'S SHOP, 15 WEST STREET, BOSTON 0 , apiece.... Tribe, with Mort Cooper and Ed Wright opposing Harry Feldman and Dave Kos lo, will try to take the lead here again tomorrow in the semifinal set-to of the seven-game series. The same Braves squad that played here today will face the Giants tomorrow, while the so-called "Johns" bus to Miami Beach to play the Phil lies. Southworth pulled a big deal today, but wait a minute.... It was only to lure Phil Masi away from the "Johns" in exchange for outfielder Chet Wieczorek, who will replace Carden Gillenwater in centre field for the "Johns" at Miami Beach tomorrow.... Gillen-water has an infected thumb into which Dr. Lacks shot three jabs of penicillin today. Braves also boast an ovcrall .500 Grapefruit League average tonight. A couple of more pitchers checked in to camp today.... They were Jack Early of Holyoke. Mass., one-time As batting practice pitcher, and Tommy, Gorman. Bronx southpaw recently turned down by the Giants after a trial at Miami. Both are fresh out of service. pitched batting practice for the Braves this morning. and Southworth indicated tonight he may give them a chance against Baltimore in one of the doubleheaders early this week. Bob Quinn appeared today in his new role as promotion man for one of the big sporting goods concerns.... Commissioner "Happy" Chandler also was aboard and that's news only because Pete Herman's troubadours serenaded "Happy" with "My Old Kentucky Home" and the commissioner revealed it was the first time he had seen the Giants. He now has witnessed all the major league clubs training in Florida in action and has sent Muddy Ruel to California to cover that sector. After his low throw that helped to fill the bases in first Fernandez handled nine chances flawlessly.... Braves played heads-up ball in the fourth when Babe Young rapped one off the right field wall and was ruled out for not touching first. They played not so heads-up ball when Sisti was tranped between third and home in the second inning and Ryan was picked off first by Voiselle in the sixth. Frank Savage, star H. C. outfielder in 1923, was another visitor, and it is believed he may become connected with the Braves in the concessions business. N. E. Soldiers Entered in International Ski Meet in Switzerland ZERMATT, Switzerland, March 16 (AP)Leading skiers of 10 nations, including an American military team of 15, converged today on this south Switzerland Alpine Winter resort for the opening on Monday of the first international ski meet since 1939. The American team is entered as the "ETO" team and was chosen from units of occupation troops throughout Europe. Members of the team include: Tech Sgt William Legere, Rumford, Me.; 2d Lt 13ruce White Jr., Bath. Me.: Pvt Robert Burden, Woodstock, Vt., and 1st Lt John Atwood, Dorchester, Mass. Salomi Wins Greater Boston Table Tennis Louis Salomi of South End Boys' Club defeated Allen Odian, also of the South End Boys' Club, in the final match of the Greater Boston junior table tennis matches at Newton yesterday. Sinn IfInalsLouls Sri lomi of South Ent, rtoys CAW) defeated Ilernard KoAtyv of chelmes Y. M. C. A.. 21-15. 23-21. 21-1A. 21-14; Allen Odirin of South End Boys Club defeated Stanley Palter of Chelsea Y. M. C. A., 21-13. 21-14. 21-10 plaalsLouis Sa lornt defeated Allen Odin. 2-21, 1-21, 21-15. 21-15. 22-20. one of America's finest shoes Thirty-Three s, 64, Hit er 4 4 Posedell Wins. tN.1 N. T. GIANT .N.1 oh bh po a ab bhp, a Plyn.tlb 11 I 4 Pi eny.1" olIs Hoos.cl 4 0 1 ts iteli.t 4 0 1 1 tiolmes.r 4 2 1 1 Myroard.ir 1 0 ?roans. 3 1 7 Mtc..i 3 1 IA 1 McCitrY1 4 0 13 1 Veinier. 4 ft 3 0 Wentzela 4 1 1 0 Rockerlf. 4 1 1 Poland.c. 3 2 3 0 Idsysrds.c 4 0 31aFie 1 1 2 0 Blattner3. 4 3 Siti 3 t 0 1 1 !sicking...Cr. 1 1 Cles;ak.3 1 1 0 Vnoelle.p. 1 Po.edel.p 1 1 Adams.. 0 Wallace,p. 1 Otlitnol'an 1 Patton. 001(luttz. 1 0 0 'Harkness 1 4.11ausm'n to 0 -----Lombill 1 1 0 Totals 32 10 27 14 aArnevich Totals SS 0 24 11 -- Batted for Schumaeher fi 5th. batted for Voiselle in 7th. titan for Blatsner 9th. dBatted for Adams in Ptb. 'Lan for Lombardi in 9th Mari for Poland in 3t.h. Batted for rosette& La Sta. Giants imAt O'l Y1,2-4 103 000 trox R. filr411. Holmes. Fernandez 2. Went.. let. Masi. Riefler. Maynard. mire. Toting. E. Fernandez. Blattner. McCarthy. gran. 0131. Witch. Maynard. Blattner. Lombardi Wentz.' 3. McCarrhy. Masi, Cieslat. ?EH: Mast. 3BH Rigney. BR. Wentael. nerd. Sae. Posetiel. EIP. McCarthy. Fer nandez and McCarthy; Fernanies. Brea and McCarthy. LOB. Giants 0. Braces 10 BOB. by Schumacher 0. rosette, 2. SO. by Pose4e1 3. Wallies; 2. H. off Schu macher. 4 in 4 innings; Voiselle. I in 2; off Adams. 4 in 2; off Posedt. I In lit off Wallace. A in 4. Hit by trithd ball by Schumacher (Holmes). AMP. Schu macher. WinP Posedel. LosP. macher. Time. 1:35. Umpires. Stewart and Barlick. Joe Di illaggio's Home Run Gives Yankees Victory ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.. March 16 (AP)---Joe DiMaggies home ran with two on in the eighth inning enabled the New York Yankees to come from behind and defeat the St. Louis Cardinals. 3-2, in an exhibition game today. IIRIPENEMEI e 7 t rj 0", 1111111gE1111 MiNiMMIIIM OMflEOMMMMMI 0 YOUR RED CROSS must Carry eat GIVE! "Quality," according to the dictionary, is that which rnakes a thing what it is; the distinguishing characteristics that deterrnine its value; its degree of excellence i Applied to things to wear, Quality means "lasting wearing pleasure"provided the label's Rogers Peet! CIO'S J)7 PL"44i TREMONT Sr., at Bromfuld St. BOSTON 8, MASS. pt 11 Wins. Pi. T. GIANTS .24 11 sib bit so a nienIP.," ö I itek.t 4 0 1 1 Mitynar4., I 0 3 I 1P I Voting r 4 3 finekevill. 4 I I Itivr.rds.c 4 IllastnerS. 4 3 3 Schnsn'rso I I Viselle. I Adorns-is A 0 tlirrisn'au I OKIniSg. I 0 4:H1111,111.n S Lornbal I I 0 sArnevich. ----- Totals SS 24 icher in 5th. Ratted Itan for Blatsrer M. in III. 413an i for Poland in 51.h. la 5th. oat Al 0.01!-41 ...103 000 tOi-4 Fernandes 2. NI est.. Tnard. Mite. T,Isne. er. McCarthy. Ryan. Blattner. Lottiliattli Masi, Cieslais., Ha. Wentael. Mar.. DP. McCarthy. Fey By, G iants 6. Brares 14. I. 6. Posedel 2. SO. co 2. B. off Seise (I; Venselie. I in 2; elf Porsdl. In 5s lit by trich hall mrs). WIMP. Senn item. LesP eke-. 'moires. Ste-art and o 1 iggio s n Gives Victory: rliG. Fla.. March raggies home ran he eighth inning York Yankees to 1 and defeat the Is. 3-2, in an ex-clay. m .0-7240, Eolown anm :D CROSS Try eat 1E1 : 4p Niko , 41 71.. I I 1 g to the :h makes a excellence lings to means : pleas-le label's romfuld St. ItSS. MM.!. -.V 1 t 't EXCLUSIVE 4 We are proud to be the only store in Boston to be entrusted with the fine Edwin Clapp shoes. They are the choice of the most discriminating men, who want quality and good taste in styling. We show one of the many lasts. the "Fa'm Beach" in brown or black calfskin. 13.95 ,' I

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