Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas on October 10, 1944 · Page 14
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Tuesday Evening, October 10, 1944 THE ABILENE REPORTER-NEWS Tune in on KRBC Texas-Oklahoma, Randolph- Southwest Headliners ^/IXVJLJO WIN SERIES--The St. Louis Cardinals went ahead of the Browns in the fourth inning, 3 to 1, and held the lead to take the final game yesterday in the World Series. Here Kurowski is tagged out by Potter after being trapped off first in the second inning, retiring the side. (NBA Telephoto). CARD INFIELD PERFECT TAKE TIME OUT TO LISTEN TO BALL GAME--Using a wall of a captured enemy pillbox on the Siegfried Line these GI's bend an ear to their radio for a session with the Browns and Cards. (Signal Corps Radiotelephoto from NEA Telephoto). s Top Servio ST."LOUIS, Oct. io.--oflp)-- The best team in baseball won the World ^Series and that's as it should be. Superb strikeout pitching and perfect infield play by the St. Louis Cardinals with an occasional flash of power cooled off the Browns' hot. streak and left them a beaten ball ^club, losers 4 to 2 in games after i tough uphill struggle in a six-tilt battle at Sportsmans park. Orershadowed by the total of " 92 third-strike victims that swept all series records off ths books was the routine destruction of 3 s American league rallies engineered by Marty Marion and the' other Cardinal infielders who supplement "Mr. Shortstop." The Bed Bird quartet handled 124 chances without » boot while r» the Brownie inner circle ..hobbled ^ seven of 126 tries. It was pitching again in yesterday's finale played before'a chilled, top-coated congregation of only 31,630, when Billy Southworth's crew regained the world championship they lost to the Yankees a year ago. Outstanding in the Nationals' 3-1 clinching victory was the -relief pitching of Freshman Ted Wilks who failed miserably on his only start in the third game. The Fulton (NY) Polish lad regained the confidence his 17-4 season record justified by stopping the Browns without a hit in 3 2-3 innings after starter Max Lanier went haywire on 'a wild streak in the sixth. Wilks fanned four and Lanier whiffed five, making it 49 strikeouts thrown by the Card staff Jfor another new record. The previous high for a six-gaine set was 44 hung up by the. Chief Bender-Jack Coombs - Eddie Plank trio for the .Athletics against the Giants in 1911. Three singles mixed in with * costly error by Vern Stephens and a walk in the fourth inning scored three runs, overcame the Browns' 1-0 lead and meant the ball game. Attendance held up satisfactorily, considering the limited capacity of the park, and the first all-St. 'Louis classic drew 206,708 paid to become the fifth successive million dollar series with the help of $100,000 in radio rights -that boosted the receipts to $1,006,122. Individual player cuts were way below the standards of recent years. The Cards' "approximate winning slice of $4,334 and the losers' checks for about S2.842 took you back to 1933 and 1920 for respective previous lows. Although the victors outhit the Browns, .340 to .183, George McQuinn, Luke SeweU's only consistent performer at the pl»t«, led both teams with a .438 average and drove in five of hi* club's 12 scores. Emil Cerban, the Cards' weak hitting second baseman picked up three for three the last day for a .412 mark that topped Walker Cooper's .318 and Stan Musial's .304. They were the only .300 hitters among the regulars. There was no standout hero and nobody wore the goat's horns. Mort Cooper's feat of striking out 12 men, only one short of Howard Ehmke's all-time record in Sunday's game probably was the biggest thrill for Brother Mort was was really blazing that fast one right past the American leaguers that day. For the Browns', Mark Christman's failure to hit was a major disappointment but the entire club was pitifully weak in that department. Southworth rates a hand for his job of rousing the Cards' from a nunth-long slump that lasted half way through the series and transferring them into a. man-eating bunch of opportunists in the last three days. When McQuinn beat Cooper with a two-run homer in the first game it looked as though the Browns streak might carry through to one of the biggest sp- sets in years. Even after they had lost the 11-mning second game 3-2, it seeiaed they jnight yet do the job when Jack Kramer fanned 10 men and won, 6-2, to put them one up Friday. The Cards started swinging loosely for the fences, Saturday as Harry "The Cat" Brecheen pitched himself in and out of trouble to come up with his first series victory 5-1. Cooper's 2-0 win over Denny Galehouse in one of the prettiest duels in recent years was the payoff. Even the most rabid Brownie fans were prepared for yesterday's defeat. Shape for Horses 1 Barring injuries in practice this week, the Abilene Eagles will go into their all-important District 3AA opening game with the Odessa Bronchos Friday night in near top physical condition. The conference melee will be played at Odessa. The Eagles . came 141-20 win over Brownwood .Saturday night without serious injuries, said Coach Jake Bcntiey. \ Norman D a ul t o n, reserve tackle, was hobbling about yesterday on a, bruised foot but he likely will be able to BO. ;, Richard Dillinjrham, regular tailback, Is ready to serve full time ajrainst t h e Bronchos. Dillinjrham, who hurt a shoulder prior to the Amarillo game, YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT L E S T E R ' S MEN'S WATCHES Federal Tax Included Juit Received This Fine Dependable Watch. Fully Jeweled, Yeliow Gold and Guaranteed. ONLY $1.25 A WEEK MAIL ORDERS Promptly Filled 134 P I N E missed Saturday nijtfit's en- jjagemcnt except for going: in to boot extra points. Clayton Hopkins' h i g h scoring Odessans have dropped only one game this season, an 1$-G verdict to the Lubbock Westerns in the opener, Lubbock beat the State Champions San Angelo Bobcats the next week, 7-6. A f t e r that opener. t h e Bronchos rolled over Bowie of El Paso 51-0, Lamesa 45-0 and · Big Spring 34-6. The latter two parries were District 3AA skirmishes. The Eagles were beaten in their first two starts, 9-7 by Breckenridye and 12-0 by Arn- ; arillo. ; While the Abilenlans w e r e salty enough defensively in these two games, it was not until Saturday night at Brown- Specials At DON GIBSON'S MAGNOLIA DEALER Pine at Ambler · Wash Grease. .$1.50 Motor Tune-up . . . 4.50 · Packing Wheel 50 Simoniring Car . . . 7.50 Polishing Car . . . . 3.50 Anti-Freexe, Gal. . 1.00 We_are equipped to vulcanize tires, charge batteries, fix flats and service your car with the best of equipment. We have all kinds of accessories, including fan belts, water hose, batteries, spark plugs for oil make cars. Phone Ui. m We Make Outside CalU Phone 2-0024 NOTRE DAME TOPS IN FIRST GRID POLL By SPIKE CLAA5SEN NEW YORK, Oct. 10--(#)·--No- tre Dame, runaway victor over Pitt and Tulane. was picked today 85 the top football team in the nation in the first Associated , Press poll of the season. The Irish, who won the mythical national crown last year, but were not expected to be much this fall, polled a total of 800 points, including 34 first place ballots, from 93 sportswriters who voted. The North Carolina Pre-Flight Cloudbusters, who startled the pigskin world by upsetting Navy ten days ago and beat Duke last Saturday, were ranked second wit.n 60S points, including 24 first place votes. Mighty Randolph Field, of Texas, received 22 first place votes, but was ranked in fourth place with 510 points to Army's third place total of 575. Great Lakes. Navy, Purdue, Ohio State, Pennsylvania and Georgia Tech completed the first ten teams. Iowa Pre-Flight and Michigan, who ranked No. 2 and No. 3, re-1 spectively, in the final 1943 poll. topped the second ten teams, a bracket that included Tulsa. Illinois, Tennessee, the Second Air Force Superbombers, Wake Forest, Bainbridge Naval, Indiana and Wisconsin. A total' of 39 teams received votes. Ten points were awarded for first place, nine for second, eight for third, etc. The leading teams and then- points (first place votes In parenthesis) : First ten Notre Dame (34) ... ........... 800 North Carolina Preflight (24) ..60S Randolph Field (22) ........... 510 Great Lakes (3) ................ 450 Navy . ......................... 369 Purdue (2) ....... , ............ 346 Ohio State (2) ................ 296 Pennsylvania ................... 275 Georgia Tech .................. 194 Second ten: 11, Iowa Preflight (1) 152; 12, Michigan 53; 13, Tulsa 52; 14, Illinois 35; 15, Tennessee 1)34; 16, Second Air Force 34; 17, Wake Forest 31; 18, Bainbridge Naval 26; Three Games Set In District 11-A STAMFORD, Oct. 10.-- (Spl.)-- Conference games in 11-A district for Friday night will be between Stamford and Haskell at Haskell, Albany and Seymour at Seymour and Anson and Munday at Munday. In conference games last Friday night, Haskell defeated Munday 25 to 0 in a game at Haskell and Stamford won over Albany 12 to 6 at Anbany. Anson Tigers won over the Aspermont Hornets in a non- conference game at Anson with a 26 to 0 score. wood that the team cut loose with an impressive offense. The Abilene regulars, once they got, started, could roll up big gains almost at will against the 9AA Lions and struck through the air as well as on the ground. Heretofore the Abilene offense had been restricted almost entirely to running. AAF Band to Give Program at HSU A United Nations program will be presented in Behrens chapel at Hardin-Sinimons university at 10 a. m. Fldday by the 5Wth Airforce band of the Abilene Aii base. W. Charles Miller will direct the band and Staff Sgt. Lee Schincup, assistant special service officer, is to serve as master of ceremonies. The program will last a naif hour and the public is invited. OPA Charge Filed J. B. Hudson is charged with making false representation to the Taylor County Wax Price and Rationing board in making applications for automobile tires. He was released Monday on a $1,000 bond set in a hearing before U. S. Commissioner Ida M. James. 19, Indiana 24; 20, Wisconsin 24. Other point winners: Marchfield (1) 20; California 20; Southern California 19; Washington X3', Iowa State 12; Texas 12; Duke 13; San Diego Naval 9; Georgia 6; Georgia Preflight 6; Third Air Force 6; Bice 6; Yale 4; Mississippi 4; Missouri 2; Alabama 2; Auburn 1: North Carolina 1; Southern Methodist 1. , By The Associated Press Amarillo Air Field, Randolph Field and Bergstrom Field, each un- efeated in Texas service football or the season, all move against col- ege opponents this week. The Sky Giants of Amerillo, who lave wen three straight games al- owing the opposition only two ioints, meet West Texas State at "anyofi. Randolph, holding tare vie- ories over southwest conference earns, play the third on the schedule, clashing with Southern Meth- idist, also unbeaten and untied, at San Antonio. Bergstrom field, also with two victories, Journeys to Stephenville to play John Tarleton a return engagement. There are nine games in which Texas sen-ice teams figure this week. Other battles are: Hondo Air field vs Texas reserves at Hondo, Bryan Air field vs Galves;on Air field at Galveston, Black- and Army Air field vs Ellington "ield at Waco and Lubbock Army *jr field YS Beaumont General Hospital of El Paso at Lubbock, all Saturday. Sunday South Plains Army Air ield plays the University of Mexico at Lubbock. Aggie B 11 Wins TYLER, Oct. 10.--UP)--The Texas Aggie B team defeated the eleven from Camp Fanning llth Regiment here last night 14 to 6, with each team making as many first downs as it did points. Southwest conference ^rid teams bore down in practice Tuesday faced with the problem of competing in four intersectional games this week-end. The only non-intprsectional battle finds Southern Methodist meeting; the Randolph field powerhouse at San Antonio Saturday, the third conference team to play the Ramblers, who told 59-0 and 42-6 wins over Rice and Texas, respectively. In Dallas yesterday, SMTJ Coach Jimmy Stewart admitted that "We're outclassed . . . All we can do is our best, and we'll do that," and then scheduled heavy drills daily t h r o u g h Thursday. Topping the intersectional games is the annual Texas-Oklahoma clas sic to be played Saturday in Dallas. Texas Head Coach D. X. Bible said his objective for the week was to assemble the best possible lineup and try to give it more polish before the Sooner game which he anc Assistant Coach Blair Cherry listed as a difficult assignment. Halfback Bobby Layne, Texas sparkplug, and Tackle Jim Plyler, defensive stalwart, missed the Randolph field game last week because of injuries but both appeared likely to start against Oklahoma. Coach Glen Rose put his Arkansas Razorbacks through a chalk talk drill and loosening up exercises yesterday in preparation for their game Saturday with the Norman, Okla., Navy Air station at Fayetteville, Ark. The Porkers emerged from their 6-6 tie with Texas Christian last week hi good shape. At College Station, Texas, two Texas Aggies who have been ailing were expected to be in top shape Saturday night for the battle with Louisiana Sia+e at Baton Rouge. Cotton Howell, end, and Guard Sleepy League will be ready after being out since the Texas Tech game. Although Houston's Rice O^ls came out of their Louisiana State game without injuries, Coach Jess Neely viewed the current week's game with Tulane at TSew Orleans with pessimism. "I'm just afraid they have too much for us," he said. "They have just about the same tenm they had last year." Tulan« beat Rice 33-0 in 1943. Texas Christian Is the only conference club inactive this week. Yesterday at Fort Worth, Texas, Coach Dutch Meyer said he would work the Frogs double time in preparation for the Texas Aggies game at College Station on Oct. 21. STAGE SHOW! IN PERSON Don Payne (Hollywood) Master of Ceremonies TODAY ONLY D A N C E CURSE OF THE SHttONE SIMON KENT SMITH STARTS TOMORROW //*"*" ^^*NP\-*» X ^ l f * ! II "Varieties of 1944" -- 12 Acts- Stan of STAGE - SCREEN - RADIO · FRANCIS BEASLEY · HAROLD BROWN · PEG MORELAND · HARRY LEVAN · GLORIA JEROME And many other stars. MONDAY, OCT. 16--8:15 P. Lower Floor 1.20 Adults .60 Child PHONE 6232 f SOUTH TEXAS LUMBER CO, 501 Sycamore P H O N E WANTED AT ONCE Linotype Machines* Operator For Model 14 AFTERNOON DAILY 5 Days Week Medium Speed Qkeh Satisfactory Wages to Permanent Workman PHONE 36 OR 654 Cisco -- Collect TUES.-WED.-THURS. 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