The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on April 19, 1947 · 8
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 8

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EIGHT Form Chart .333 t TEXAS UEACV) Oklahoma City j Fort Worth l"""""" 3 Houston"..!..!""."".""" 3 Tulsa ,, ! 2 Dallas !.. 2 arevepon 2 5 j86 Results Friday noat 8. San Anionlo 7. uaas 5. Port Worth 3. Houston 4. Shreveport l. Gaines Saturday Probable pitchers In parentheses Oklahoma City (Johnson or Groth) a: Tulsa (Warren) (night). Dallas Pullig. 0-1) at Fort Worth 3oIes. 0-0 j fniphti Beaumont (Fowler, 0-0) at San An-tonio (Cole. 2-0). Shreveport (Williamson. 1-0) at minger, 0-1 (night) THE DAILY OKLAHOMAN Brecheen Tosses Cardinals To 4-1 Triumph Over Cubs SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1947. ouston .Eisinminger. 0-1, (night). HBll ' K . ' .MHH I j r 0 lpuLU J 2 ."333 - "Z SOtTTtEEX ASSOCIATION' Burt ShottOH, left, is congratulated by Clyde Sukeforth in the " 7; a r ",u iUU"U! "i ew xorK naay as bhotton became the new manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers. New Records to Be Written In KU Relays Books Today aii,, npiu 10 louL'uiau jsevon nunarca athletes from 56 colleges and universities will pour into KU's bic horseshoe Stsrihim hern .QgtnrrioT, n, . Of the K.nsa T Iv, Cuty-ael;una renewal ! Built around the southwest's seething 100-yard feud between Bin Martinezon and Charlie Parker, and a set of tight relays, the annual Jayhawker games are expected to attract at least 10 000 fans intn rh RpH onH nina--, football park by the time the timers yell "guns up" at 2 p. m. Oklahoma will be represented Big six indoor champ: shot-putter The Cat Scatters Eight Hits In Redbirds' Debut at Home TnhmTv Phrm-r', V tuwr "iree-i'un third Inning off hurler i Chicago c nhK hp6f I..rS.a f-V:1 vlc,tory over the ! Chicago edthV;; rT;i;;r 1J"ou"3 111 nome aeDUt &y- The Rerlhfrris o-nt nff t'n n..i ...u . . Dlerine scored nn i f, r "eia.er ,Vna.rley innirnr y oiaugnter in tne llrst followS'h5 ?ene?rth-e Phlrd frame With a double t0 rlSht nter, graunder Diering crossed 'he"la?e Slaughter then doubled off the rightfield screen, sending Ku-rowski to third and Dusak was nasseri fining th v..-1!.,., ""-U1CU wnen acK uirew wide to tne piate on Marty Marion's grounder. Slaughter came in as xv-c Biuuuueu out, wacK Waitkus. Brecheen gave up eight hits but kept inning blow was the only extra base Bucs Nip Reds, Net Loop Lead Pittsburgh Pirates Friday opened their home season with all the fanfare of a Hollywood premiere including a movie star and brought the festivities to a happy conclusion for an overflow, record crowd of 38,216 by nosing the Cincinnati Reds. 12-11. victory and gave them undisputed possession of first place in the National set the homenm pace with two while silly Cox, Jim Russell and rookie catcher Roy Jarvis had one each for Frankie Promotes Fight Between Two Other Guys Plato Andros: Bill Weaver, drama siuueni-ainieve, wno nas a good chance of capturing the decathlon title, and a pair of fairly formidable scheduled to go to the post with baton two-mile relay. Ross Nichols6 will OU's John Jacobs, dean of Big Six track coaches, is rclavs referee. Fans won't have to wait long for slated only five minutes after starting relays' triumph over Parker i and Kansas are front mtenders for the two-mil IXS ANGELES. April 18 tfV- Friday the signing of heavyweights ! Jg Maxim of Cleveland for an outdoor! Wltn Harrison Dillard a last-min-bout In June at Hollywood's GUmor ute scratch in the 120-yard high of rounds were not set. J danger. Almost certain to go is the me crooner and other backers said ; v. : , ,rr "mr 01 leet lis champion Joe Louis was "in accord" S6?? tabUshed "39 by Kansas -rtth the promotion and '-might fight Jlme5 Hfckney- Missouri's Ed the winner" Q"11 PPd the iron agate 52 feet ine nign jump wm boast previous decisions. Two Bowlers Win Opubco Titles Mary Jo Clements and Walt Ailing are the 1947 bowling champions of 5 inches better during their col feet field, who leaped 6 feet 7 inches NCAA trials. Also due for considera- tion are Bradley's Jack Heintz, Phi: I King of Drake; Harold McAfterv .orasita, ejias relays co-cnamp I Weaver, Nichols Press Decathlon Pacesetter The Oklahoma City Times' smiling school reporter outdistanced the worn-e's field Friday night, while Allinsr. SK-S"1 -ApaSof duabfeP0yanlnt TfBn0,f me "Hf,1 n"" mens squads Bill Weaver of OU, and A&M's Ro VT det",a 144-P'n Kansas relays decathlon in second Sf&P. v-jf!4t? 162:144-125- ;""" third places, respectively here 431 for a 5,5 gross to replace Patty ! Fridav. trailing only Colorado's Jack MoJJS i en 35 anSeigSmCanTefdgro?nCd Sot'plate2 lefll'extrari " aU-r0Und ESB toi Timw " ? fr i lump, Weaver rested at the 3,610-lf ,J? ; c ?Jw,,ilandlcw Point mark while Nichols only 24 be-of I,, pas boosted his net C70 to 847 j hind at 3.58G McEw if tl 7, Ropers Face Relays Test cial.) Tulsa Will Rogers' rampant to sweep the Bulldog relays hercSat- squad meets the challenge of 21 other ders of Milam stadium. Shawnee, Oklahoma City Central should give the Tulsa speedsters their Other entries are from Thomas, El- j Cache, Sweetwater, Yukon, Geary,' man, El Reno and Calumet. the 100-yard dash preliminaries start- ib uv iu a. in. out me century mark of 9.7 set in 1941 by Gerald McLemore of Cheyenne seems reasonably safe. heaviest entry list is in the broad jump, however, with 45 shooting at I in 1938. The relays' most noDular peting, while the distance5 medley" has OU Golfers Fifth; Coe, Panner Out University of Oklahoma golf team, defending Big Six champion, which managed only a fifth-place showing nual Southern intercollegiate golf tournament Thursday, saw its two Friday's first round. narue ooe ana Owen Panner, two of coach Bruce Drake's best sharp- Coe carried Ashby Taylor 'of Georgia bowing, 3 and 1. The Sooners four-man team total was 043. Duke finished in front with 627 and was followed by North Carolina, Miami and LSU. d grounded out lor Ostermueller In 5th Braves 10, Phils 7 BOSTON Anrll mfflmin, uu teams scoring most of their runs in a wild inning and a half, the Boston Braves Friday opened their home sea- y uuvaconng tne rnuaacipnia Billy's Slip Showing Before the Braves and Phillies clashed, Mgr. Billy Southworth of the Braves had announced he would bench his prize $75,000 rookie firstbaseman, Earl Torge- son, because of his weak hitting and slip-ups in the field. Torge-son helped the Braves blast the Phils, 10-7, by hitting three for three, including a double and a homcrun with one on. He made srrors afield, and figured in doublcplays. I Phillies 10-7 before 4,552 fans who Dravea a cool wind and threatening skies. Official 1947 Western Association Schedule j saliva j hutc'p.-so.v st. Joseph Leavenworth topIka JOpLn mcskogeb for smith . 1 l Si" b j0-131 Aug. 11. 12. 13.' 14 j Aug. 25. si! 27. 28 JuTy 30. 31 ' S l . t - - f. l 18yi7 Bvrcaacsos I a? 21 rmZ ay n, js j May W. 20 "mv 13 5 15 rj , ' , ! AUt'2.'a 34 s i auc. 2j'. 28 27. 2 j AuJ ii ib &i3 u a""8 "i 1B "'6 jlm" ? i'2My 1 j, j3' ,307; 07- 38 BT. JOSEPH j JJ-j.S-j ,j j Ali.j3"2,', "6 LEAGUE I May' af' 2' 35 Jj - 2J April 29. 30. Miy 1 May 10. 11. 11. 12 "May 13. 14, iB ! ,. ! ' I Aug. 22. 23. " JUlJ' 30' 2I- 33 J" "' " AUff? 2. 3. 4 Ju"y 30. 381 Aub" 1 UWVECa-OSTH July 1." I 3 "I" m A p.r" f1: 22 i April -9 30 .rt! r n - j itwBll 11 17 jAu .illS.fi. ll Aug. S 30 3l W May l! 2 jn" 18 "' 2o,8 21 "ne if' l"' i" j7 Jne "3 "u TO?EKA 1 J1"'1! j W' 7- 8 10 5e V " j'May 7. 28 p 25 April 23. 4 25 May g 24, 85 "5 4 ' Augmt g. B.' 10 j August 5. e. 7 July 23.' 24'. "25 U J Jufy 26f"27"627.3 28 July 29 " iND 72p 8-0j9 22 Ju"y 1?" 2" " July 2S. 27. 27. 2 July 33. 24:'2S- A? 10' lO ' I iul"? fi 1'. 7 10 Aug. 27'. 28'. 29 Aut j?' M 15 TIMES July" 32.1-4234, S KSranH JjSSa31 iSlT 6- 7- 8 i May 3. 4. 4 6 May J ' ' ' - Aug. 23. 24. 24. 25 J31J 23. 24. 25" j July 28.2f. 27. 28 " ' 5 Auune 5j ' June 28. 29. 59. SO July 13 14 15 16 Jy' w.' j? g WcKm' if 0 0 0 0 olwusflf lb 3 0 1 11 N?chso5 " 2 0 0 0 Eu rf j 0 0 lr"kson p Ojot Lee0mre7trif0rCetl Scl,eHlnB ftt seeonibttSe fi ! . . "ir ' lalal; .. . -r ,1 -i Musial. LOB Chicago 6. St. Louis 7 BOB byMha 2, '"iltimu Giants 10, Bums 4 NEW YORK. April 18-()The homenm bats Friday, smashing tlx .vu-m-uas to swamp tne jrooKiyn Dodgers, 10-4. before an opening day Polo Grounds crowd of . 37.546 fans. paced the homer barrage by collecting loaded in the eighth inning. White i C. B. Speegle Swickey, Graham Pace Comets' Win Speegle Gets Softball Post HR-Tnomse": y Biid'aMize: Loh Orioles Sejl Catcher league Baltimore Orioles announced Friday the sale of catcher Lou Kahn to Birmingham of the Southern asso- ball coach whose Redskins lost to nament, will be manager of the 1947 ball association at Wiley Post and nounced Friday by Norm Withee. YMCA physical education director transferring to Central State 'college in 1040. He coached foorhnll nf. Vnn..,. )40, then went to Cushing highschool hiredas basketball coach at Capitol guara as a cnier speicalist. kovsky coach the football team into the state playoffs last season, then his conference and regional honors before operate three church leagues, two ing May. witnee reminded team managers and sponsors entry blanks and fees for all association teams are due in his Cards Sell AHina Beazley to Braves Cardinals since the end of the 1941 ocnouii, was eoia rnaay to tne Boston Braves for an undisclosed sum. Beazlov's first, fun in i, leagues was in 1942 when he won 21 games for the Redbirds and defeated the New York Yankees twice for the World series' hero's role. He spent the next three years hi the army air corps and last season had difficulty in returning to prewar form. Harper's 67 Leads Virginia Golf Field W-Slender Chandler Harper of Portsmouth, fired a three under par 68 to take the lead in the first 18-hole Open golf championship. Payton, Hampton. Sammy Snead, British Onen Whilst-. or,rt 0fDn- state champion, ended in a three-way tie at 68 with Johnny Kelly of Ocean View and Jack Isaacs of Langley By WALLY WALLIS vJrtvJnf!?;JHalliba41 ftedTuraT Apri'l 18-DoubIe barrele astffi sir -WrXis si who Me?hTl ""i?,"3 Win's f teat out Ada's Cougar ii vT ""-"a irom Mariow yuuiM iouowea oy Duncan with 9, El Reno and Comanche with 4 each, with 3, Temple with' 2 and Lawton Almost 1,000 fans watched Swickey set a new meet record In the 880-yavd dash as he sprinted out of the last by five vards. Swlnkov wno i m2".06,7 as no beat tne mark of 2:07 ununnst naa established here Swickey uncorked a tremendous kick what was officially proclaimed to be seconds. Graham also hung up a record, a mighty 50-foot, 10-inch toss of the 12-pound shot, to break a mark set here in 1948 by Willie Bigham from Wichita Falls, Texas. . role Vault Mark Set He picked up first place in the dis-us with a pitch of 116-11. the pole yault. Dean Dial, Mariow, and Harold Funek, El Reno, both soared ross tne suck to 10 feet, 4 inches and equalled in 1946 by Jimmy Liddell tied by Bow Waters, Classen, Tom Churchill, Central, and Sol Jones, s Dyer. MarloS" ihlrd. Time 10.4. Johnapri, "Ada ."third: JoUrf'l Oilers Snap Tribe String balk to advance t third 61 Maury Donovan walked. Petersoi caught the Tribe flatfooted with perfect squeeze bunt that scored Cas Bin At a i I i se wt- Whei Dorsett came in and stopped thep , "V- uau a Dig inning boil pulled through with only tw'run auorea on nim, stui holding a 5- Foster Hurling Stops Crooked Oak 1 1 to 2 game against Crooked Oak Friday and home diamond, 11-2. in a baseball contest. Haskell stratton hit a home-ru? forhFo5ter in the second inning. lead Rosen Scores Frazier through the box. John Hernande walked, loadino- tho hoeo. t. away. Bill Ankoviak fanned au Kosen came through with a line singii Hernandez took too wide tunica second and was cut down for th hits and four runs in theseventh t go winging along, 8-3. BUI MannUli ham bunted the men to' second'' Dorsett balked to put Matting home anSinl tn caU8nt hold ot a fasi in two more scores. Peterson stoglec to deep short, stole second and scorec ,7 , UU! bjuisi me center-field boards. Tulsa punched Karakul f M "U1,aia MiiKiea. scoring aneac resulted from Swoboda's single. SC0 ."' BB '"otl-cPalanrilK? Louise Suggs, Babe Meet in Golf Finals PINEHURST. N. P... Anrll 1R ts Louise Sucus nf r.lfhio or, y eliminated Mrs Riio d J of Chapel Hill in the semifinals of the nament Friday on the twentieth hole" Mrs. Babe Did'rikson Zaharias of Den- ottHiiuay s cnampionsnip round. mmm ' of Montclalr, N. J 3 and 2. IBlSfln n mflrarvl I LLn- I n3 I P I o?e I fT" V good i went io nai BHD I S. 7 Ty C.A i 1 rS. JS H TOPS555gBi A VLXAL SC.NE IN ONE OF j j A 5 I IpWM FEARLESS i :sMfrM on "lgLjC. (SU 8MJ MONDAY

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