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EIGHT ÌA i U L Í 7 yv ARREN, PA Forgers Win Three Away, Lose Two Here in Weekend Locals Win From Brookville And New Bethlehem on Road; Bow Twice at Wilder Field Target for '48 The National Forge and Ordinance baseball team won three games on the road on B'riday to return to its home field to drop Saturday evenini? to the Cleveland Buckeyes, 6-0, and lose to the Warren, Ohio, Ramblers, 5-4, Sunday afternoon. The Forgers defeated Brook\ine, 8-3, at 10:30 on the morning of the Fourth of July, trounced Ne’.v Bethlehem. 16-7, at 2:30 in the afternoon and came back to defeat that team in a twilight slugfest, 16-13. The Forgers delved far into the bag for pitchers in the games away, being forced to use Emmy Morrison and Red Hajnik in relief roles. The I’oys r.ame through in fine shape, however. Morrison getting a win for hinificlf and Hajnik being a big aid to Hines as the latter was scored with the win. The Cleveland Buckeyes invad ed the Forge field on Saturda.y evening after the Saturday afternoon game with DuBois was rained out and took the Forgers by overvv-helming force. The imnman stunt of playing three games in one day was endently teHing on the locals as the <'leve]anders rolled over the Forgers whil- holding their big bats at a m.ir:imum. Cleveland collected nine tingles including two doubles and an in- the-park home run by (jeorge Jef ferson. Buckeye first sacker In Sunday’s game the Forgers looked unbeatable as they scored three runs on four hits and tw’o free base.« in the bottom half of the first inning . The edges were evidently still dull, how'ever, and the Ramblers scored one run off two single.'^: and a Kacrifice hit in the third which was checkmated as the Forgers equaled this feat in the bottom of the fourth. Warren really went to townn with .1. 1 1 1 0 2 fi 0 four runs in the fifth Inning with I two men out. Two double.';, t \^'o 'singles, a fielder's choice and an ; error comibined as the Ftamblers I pushed their tying and wmning trun.s across. The Forgers got men ;or third base in each of the sixth land ninth innings hut the Ramh ■ lers held tight in their deiense of ; n^rs as Caffrey pop flied to the ¡catcher, Creola wa.'- picked I third and .Hajnik rolled out to the I pitcher in the last of the ninth. Suiula'> Game WAKItK.N. O. ' K n F. P. Sisler, 3b . i Litz, 2b _____ . ! Puskar lb . . ' Xaple.«!. If Beaver.s f’ . ... Savanyu, cf .... I Spencer, S 3 ........ i K. Sisler, rf ___ , .‘^ladovi^. p . . Totals . ; IOKGI^ Fetrewskl. 3b jx Caffrev , ■Creola li . i {»’risina, LM arri .son. rf Hajnik. Tb , Rosequist. c . Randinelli, cf . . Murpln 2 b - . Hines, p : .. , . Tfìtfl s ............ 1 0 2 0 0 I 2 0 1 non 0 0 n 38 5 8 3 AB R H F ?= 0 0 ' , n 0 0 á 1 0 OUR BOARDINC? HOUSE - with • MAJOR HOOPIE HOT SAV. A8013T FALLINìG ^VOD ? ßOT VOO HE'.fe -ro TKRE£ ^ SUPPOSED TO Y .A ISK^'T <ABLP\^eS ! SE GETTISÌ 6 . i S£,’<^T£fviCED ß&FOߣ ME'S Of hASrt, BÜT \^B ÿ R&ADV TO . %TRiBD AMD X A\ISS£D VOU AT // SO tO 5A\L f J DSV'iSED A HAlR-ß,^\SlNi6 TUE TR0Ü6U VÖÜ LOOK 11 SüRPRiSe P0R1'vA& LAST Kb\ei4,T/ / AS cvAeeey AS KòcovMLi-'^e so-oGe. By J. R. WILLIAMS Penn State .> tv. o distance running star.v, Cuit Stonp left arid <ierry Karvcr make no secret of v.anluig to lornpete id iie.st yeai-’s Olympic games m London the> take tnn. out from t^’ack to put an arrow through an OIyrn|:>ic poslfr uj bull’.^ eye of archery farget, Stone ran the two-mil'* Ui ii:12,8. whiie Ka>,'ver has run tlic best inler-collegiale mile in five yeais' ITI.f) 34 i — POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce that 1 am I a candidate for nommation for the : office of County Commissioner | subject to the decision of the Rc- I publican voters %t the fall Pri- I man.' Spp^ 9 1947. Your support will b€ greatly appreciated. Orrin E. Lop«r June 24-1 mo. I wish to announce that I am s candidate for nomination to the office of County Commissioner, lub- ject to the decision of tJie Republican voters at the fall primaries, Sept. 9th, 1947, and will ap predate your support. | George E. 6-20-tf ^ I wish to announce that I ti?? «, candidate for nomination to the ; office of County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Democratic voters at the tnW pH manes. Sept. 9th i947 and will appreciate your support, William H. Oiftey 6 21 tf I wish to announce that I am » candidate for nomination to the office of County Treasurer, subject to the decision of the Re publican voters at the fall primar tes, Sept. 9th, .1947, and will appreciate your support. Warren J. Kay. 7-2-1 mo I wish to annouTice that 1 am a candidate for nomination to the office of Sheriff subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the fall Primary Sept. 9t>^ 1947. and will appreciate your support. L.. E. Linder 7-2-tf TRUCK TIRE SERVICE New and Used Tire$ Recapping and Repairing Road Service Calls Emblem Oil Co. 303 Third Ave. — Phone 2554 X batted ^or P(»trewski in 9th B n 'aning«^: Warrr^.n O 001 040 00^ I Fo.-ge .... ~‘<yo 100 rinrt 4 Game* at Brookvill*» Forg»’ . 500 001 002 S 14 i, Brookville .. 000 200 001 3 6 l' Summary: '\^inning piccher iîines, losing pitcher (’arlson; two base hits Randinelli (2i FVisina. ba.«;ps on balls, off Hines 2 ; .«trikeouta by—Hines 4 . At K#*thiehem Forg#. .. 116 103 mi 16 21 fS Bethlehem . 050 001 010 7 13 2 Summary- Winning p 11 c h e r, Morrison, losing "pitcher, -P. Shaefer; two ba.se hit.-; J. Fri.‘îina, Hajnik; three base hits—Hajnik■ home runs---Creola Randinelli- notes—Petrew’skl hft four-for-five, Hajnik a single d-^uble and triple for fiA’ç. at Bethlehem Vorgt. . ..000 163 231—16 20 0 Bethlehem . 400 OOi 3U—13 ,i 0 Summary. Wmning pitcher Hines; losing pitcher -V, Scha^ fer. two base hits—TTntereiner, Rosequist, Ananea, J. Frisina, Hajnik, Morrison, Randin*^lli; three base hilA J. Frisina Hines ( 2 ): home runs—Randinelli; notes Creola hit three for three; Hajnik thref“ for five, including a doubV; Randinelli three for fi’i*. including a, double and homer. Hajnik aided Hines in the win b; going on the mound in the 7th. *»«.tor»iavs »t Wilder rield Cle% eianrt .Minor cf , C’. Williams, if . ■I William.?, 3 b Smith .«s ___ : Troupe 2b . . = , Harri.i. r .... Bregana. rf .... Jefr«=rson 1 b .... Saylor, p ........ , Totals Forgft Petrewski. 2b (“’reola rf , , :sturphy, 3b ... Morrison. 1 b Rosequist, c .. Frisina, ss Urtereiner, cf . H ajnik Randinelli. If . ( 'affrey, p .... Totals .. . Brooklyn Boston .New Yo-k - . St Ix’îUia . Chicago . . . (’inrinnati Philadelphia Pittrburgh SI AM »1 Va lio nal w. Í2 ______ 40 .... 3S 38 . 36 ............ 37 30 . 2$ I m 31 31 30 35 36 38 44 43 -New York Detroit . Boston . Philadelphia . ■ .'leveland Chicago , ,. . = Washington . St, Ixjui.“? ... . Ameriran \\ .. .47 37 _ „ . oh 36 31 35 30 25 t, 26 32 Or ■ 36 32 39 38 43 Pet, î^75 .563 .Oo*4 .514 .500 ,493 .40ä .391 Pet. .644 .,536 .535 ,500 .492 .473 441 .368 An R R E ..'S 0 2 0 5 0 0 0 4 0 n 0 . 4 0 0 •» 2 1 ‘f . 4 0 1 0 t 1 7 0 4 3 2 n . 4 0 n 376 9 4 VR K n F. 40 0 0 3 0 1 0 , 4 0 0 ! 4 0 1 .1 4 0 1 0 4 n 1 1 3 0 0 n i 0 0 0 3 0 0 <■» 3 0 1 0 — 300 5 3 ei !n 9)v I ODAV'5» SCHRD! T R National No games scheduled. ,\merica.n No games scheduled. \ t:ST¥. HI »\ V’.* RF.Sl 1,1S National New York < Philadelphia 3. Brooklyn 4, Boston 0. St. Louis i 2, Cincinnati 0-0 Pittsburgh 6 " 10 . Chicago 2-0. AmerirjiO New V.irk 8-9 Philadelphia 2-2. Boston 7 10, Washington 4-J. Detroit 10-8; St. *l.ouis 2 4 Chicago 3't, {'l-'veland 2 5, TOMORROW’S S< HEIM i F N'o games -icheduled either leacrue. MINOR t.KATfl r.S '^unrtaj's Result* lTiternatii»naI Syracu.se 8 - 6 , Jersey City 6 -'. Toront-:> :i-l. Montreal 6-2. N’ewark 4-6. Baltim.nrc 5-2 P»uffalo Rochester 2-9 Amenran \ss»ociation Louisville 12-2. Indianapoh.s 4-8. Kansas C’itv 4-6. Milwaukee 2-.'. Paul 9, Mi;.i;eapoli£ 11 Toledo at rair * hit for Lnlerei. By innings Cleveland . 202 001 102 « 9 4 i’orge . . . 00<J 000 000—0 5 3 Summarj. Two ba.'re hits—.Bre­ gana. Jefferson, Saylor home runs—Jefferson; h:‘t by pitchcd ball J William.'^ Troupe, a?id Smith (by Caffrey.», walks off Saylor J off C’affrey O; strikeouts—b^ Saylor 3. by Caffrey 9. TAon’T borrow unneressarily, but if « cash loan the best »ohition to c ^■acation money prob« kam, g«t it from Pci sotted —the company that lik«* to say “Yes.” Sin™ QSSi Pick Your Own Pajfmefits 1 ? Me. ; 15 Me IS M«T S95! 300 600 l ^ S 8 .S 4 29 . 6 Î 54 . 2 s $ 7 .% 24.60 44.10 $ 6.31 21.26 W.36 t?le or married men end women can get: vacs ti or« loans quickly «nd pri- rately on jtwt their salary otily, ftjmi- tare, or «uto. Ni» ct>-»igTier» otrtsid« eri friends m rel*^ tives involved- NATIONW1DI CASH-CREDft CA»D—good for immediate cash at nearly 400 affiliated Personal from coast-to-coast- Not necessary- to borrow. Apply for yours at once. No cost or obligation. Abev* poymtnti (mm pnr.dpol, inftrtd — rtry^hing, Sepojrirwnti oft clhet ioor.s, «. far eth»r periodi, am m p<X)poii,on. *Api>!it4 lo halts tttmpf from Rtgulalion W. T^iAonai comp .V nj I s of Tlarren, Fa. 216 I.iberty St 2nd Floor Over Shoii Ce. Phone *385 111 CcÄH_£s,er DúceiuitCo. Le«H4-î5 w jlt-iS M[- ni Clade Cv( • ' a.ngr- a* \\ • ' Side, i I rida^’s •lamestnw. 1 ! 5. fiamiit''^,: 0 4. ; Olran 7-!fl Brad^ird 2-10. ’ \VelI.svni.> (V-r,. fiorneli 2-4 : .Batavia 4-3, L< '-kport b-2. ! Anierieaii j Kew York 7-4, Wii;-ihlngton 3-2. , Piiiladelphia 8-0. Bo.ston 6-4. <'levrland 13-1, Detroit 6-4 (.sec- (•»nd game tie, called end 9th'. Chicago 6-2, St Louis 3-JO. ■Nat iimal .Brooklyn 16-4 .\ew York 7 3. Boston 10-7 f’hiladelphia 3-1, St J.ouis 7 4 . Chi. ago 0-5, Cincinnati 8-6. f’lttsburgh 0-4. Middle Allantii’ Voungstown 14-8, I’nlontown 12 1 , Oil City 9-3, John.siowi? 8 Ix. Butler 3-14 Erie 0-12 Vpndergrift ,14 11, Niagara Falls 12-10. Saturday Re*«ult% \merlcari New York o Philadelphia 1. Boston 7. Washington 6. Chicago 6, Cleveland o- Detroit at St Loui; rai.n National • Rosto.'- 4, Brooklyn 1 < 1 iir' 5 g( 4. Pittiiburgh 3 ''"^incinratj 7 Si Iv'iui 3 New' York 4. Philadelphia International Newark 10. Jen?ey City 2 .Montr^’al at Toronto i2i ■ ■fTfi', Bait in fire at Syra. a.se (¡ugiii Onlv schc-duled. < it % Soft hall Bakers '‘.’leanerri ^ Beer at West Sidf’ r<»N \ ^undaj Ki»%ult!* .farrestov.n 2 8, Wellí^dlle 16. Bradford 10 L^^ckport 5. Clean S-2. ffontell .3-0 Batavia 8 Haniilvun 3. Second , gsme postpoi;e-;. "ai; I’odav’h Srl>p(ful<H Hamilton at Batavia r^ockport at Bradford I am town a! Olean <8*. Uell.iville at Hornell. ^fld Atlanti« 'k est<?rdav'?s Scores Frte 11 \'ai'dcrgrift 2 Tohnr.town 9. Oil f'’ii.y * N'iacara Falls 11, Butle.^* Í, 13 in' íngí<. Vouu^rtiA^n P '!'r.->i;to'.'.'n 4 . Saturday niglil last-plar-e Lrij-.nt-v.vn I'ialtfd Voungstowns niri-gan e winning streak longest of -liC s-ason. l:>y d.fealing me Colt.-. 13-5. Resuits of other Sat- tU’day night gan;e,s. Oil City 2, Jo; n.it^;''.'"*:. 1 ■ p ¡tlp.f 7. .N'iaga'’a F--iUs 2. .Fi’-ic 9- Var.ue-grift 7. >«uns#’t *>ames ionlgbt '"i tendera vs. Vets at Russell field Clare;.dc-n v«. F.:>j-ge at State Hospital W pdnesdav's frame*! ■ Starting Second Half • Greenes v? at Ru.^ 5 ell field f'larendor vs. Gle^idora at State Hospita.! Junior <rames Tomorrow Clarendon vs. Sugar G^'ov« at Stale El ospitai fc Mi' V', Fa.«* ->id^ at field, Greey.-- .* V-ui.g- ,iiie h I Forge. iritermediat^^ Oames lorr«o»‘ro’^ -\!P Bye. Gip de at Conev. ango est Side at Youngsvill« Games Thursdav ' ending first half Ycungsniie— By«, .PONY LEAGUE B\ tiu- \>tvx ialc-d Pres.** Meni ion ihe -j!Uiie‘,lowr, Fa;- fons' lead caased piay-;ilfs 0 ? st.-en other Pony League i.'Utfits to .-jhrug their .-houlders helplessly toda;. thf-y looked at the leader ;' six weekend ictorie; The Falco-iS lengthened t'leir lead to seven and a half gavaes o\er the Bradiord Blue Wix.g>i by beating the W;jii.‘iVillc Red So - 2-i and ye.sterday and 7-5 Satur- aay. Tiie Uaniiiton Red Wings were the v "tin-s, 11-0 * - d Friday, and tlie LKDckport Reds bowed, t ’I'nursda“. The scMjres yesterday w’uch made it 21 t- tlie ¡ai-t 28 starts for the tuhon.s, dropped ; Wellsviilc i.r^i.<= til'th plare fron, a fourth rotch tie wi^h t,ue Red 'Vings. In otli'M gaiiica vesterda- Bradford flinciit'd a 10-5 win ov-r tlie L'jckjiort .Rcd.s with a tive-run raid, ill the eightli. tiic olean <.)iler& oeaf the Hornell F-irates 8-3, be:‘o e squcc7.i;;g out a secon'l game, 2-0, and the Batavia <’lippers downed the Red Wing S-3. A seeon-cl Bata via-Ha'^lillr-!- game was po.-'-pon- ed becan;e -.f ruin YESTERDAY S STARS 1 Bv 7 he Vs!»<H-iati‘d Pres!» Battiii^-., R'jy Cinlenbinf and Pa? Mulhn, Tigr'r.i Culiennir.e eol!ect''-d fin- int.s j;-duding Li.ur.er in eaf‘‘i xar;;;, hai::efj r live rmis, and .'''‘.'red ii.Mulli-.- gat’^ered four hit.s '''«'•ludi^tg two homers in first gan e, batted ij six runs and :Cored two a.< Detroit took double headf - in.,,, -;f. l,<'Ui.s Pitching. Raloh Brar-'a. l)udg> er:- and J*n Ficar i ^'ardinsis Branca ’ la*'.Ked 4-0 on thrrr* hits to pit' b Oodgprg h.'i^’k int./ National l^eague lead, Hearn whiter’ashed („’i^.f-innati, 3 0. also on tl-’-rf h’t.’-' t'.- aid «"arda, who also won fic<;o d ga;; e, to m-- e int-;= fi.>;''"+h piace Letters to the Editor | Spori.s I-:dit:;r. Time-s-*Mirror: - • Fang of this :^ty art- ii^anirg quiry as to v.hat ;.. keeping the Forge base!>eil booking ago-it front bringing the Janristov.n, Bradford# or other team of the Pony league to V iider Field for a:; exhibitiori gaii.e. We have enough confidence in the Forgers to think they can taice anything in the Pony’ league and a game witJi 5 *ny Pony league team w’ould gOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By EDGAR MARTIN AV j , Pl.tftib'tI VtT out» 5 ^-«— PVW TOP* ¡ t^O'. _ ri_^ -----T ¿X ---i K Z:Ul i ÔUOOÎ ' VOli i A ; TOV i í 1 ■ ■ í.;. VOU vniLt PV,WN\ATt<b.VOU tAÜ 6 T LtfVRM TO TO'^6 OVCfi'^ l 0\<9N i Rua TT \t<i l BUT TO '^iwm ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN f T he THSS t2^DSE.T R£CC'!?D CN SCREEN T h £ MENTíKL !K,-\<SES -CRMED BY THE SuSJECT ^ H£ í?E\rS,.. r“X I V ^ ----- - - tei /.„c?op'5 S uccess 5EEMSC OK Ay uP TO His CN The / , „ \ ISL,^ND... But then ( scmeth < n ¿5 , \ ^ %vE-NT waC’NS. À i ^ íkt me ,A rr­ ecí nder MIND OF h;5 (€.. CEìSTAìNUV MANSLÎNa RCQÍN5CN CRU5CE.' / m i rvE ET 6CME • POISONOUS- TA. 5 T 1 S 4 ' stuf~ in , ... Time, but TM,*cr ABOUT TW UGPH ««M. 1M7 iv HC« ánv’U'Í. lucrr. m , i FOOLS 1111:31 Much damage to telegraph wires make a fine draw'ing card. It really ought to be done to keep w'c ian.'=i in the proper rnood. hj; the western United States is j done by bears that mistake the ! ................. ...... - I humming of the wires for bees and i tr\' to find the honev. I NO'OCF- ................________ j I will not be responsible for any | There were two percent few*er | bills contracted by anyone but i cows on U. S. farms in 1947 than I myself. in 1946, but the 1947 cows sup- ' Clifford Vaughan K. D 2, Warren July 7-3t* plied three percent more milk. Btl r. 8. S.%VIM»S BONBS, ALLEGHENY SHEET METAL SHOP 425 Hickory Street — Phone 3353 Props. I.. Barone and Ed. Mansfield Imiitediafe Service on Spouting, Roofing. Furnoces, VenHloHng/ Blower Pipe Systems, Penna. Furnace Heating Equipment —pRoarrr sek \ ice ~ free estiimates —

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