The Herald-News from Passaic, New Jersey on July 10, 1944 · 18
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THE HERALD-NTWS. PASSAIC, K. J. MONDAY, JULY ip 18 The Sports Parade By JACK CUDDY Jerseys And Bears Split ,TH IT'LL DO IT IVIRT TIME If JIMMY HATLO Giants Divide With Baltimore Orioles Sportt Whirl NEW YORK (UP) A whirl on the sports-go-round: While Ed Stanky wai a utility infielder with the Chicago Cub, earlier In the teaon, they lot 13 straight. . . , Now that Stanky la sparking the Brooklyn Dodger a thfir regular ahortatop, the Dodgera'alao have dropped -13 in a row. ... No connection; merely coincidental. The three Boston Brave pitcher Al Javery, Jim Tobin and Nat Andrew who wer aelected by National League coeche for poibl duty in tomortow night All-SUr gam at PitUburgh, have been ahut out in their leat atari. ... All by the St tout Cardinal. Glen Perkin, United Trew baseball waiter, 1 pawing ' - out atogiea In behalf of hi eight-pound ton, Stephen. . . . Meanwhile Jo Jamea Cuter, (UP) aporta writer, who lost n ty, ,i war correspondent when the U S S, Aaloria wa blown up In the South Pacific, ha given birth to book titled "Through the Perilous Night, to be marketed July 18-by MacMillan Company. The low! Seahawka, who lost only to Noire Dam and who wer generally rated the Nation aeeond ranking football team last , season, will begin practice July 17, according to announcement by Lieutenant Commander Harvey Harman, athletic director. , , . The Seahawka, now coached by Lieutenant Commander Jack Meaghtr, will open a( Michigan, September 18, , , ..They will continue with the "T" formation. Maurlello Offend $10,000 , Larry Atkina, Cleveland promoter, haa offered Tamu Mauriallo, Naw York heavyweight, guarantee of $10,000 to meet middleweight Lloyd Marshall. . . , Eddie Borden, former Jacob Beach price-maker who enlisted In the Canadian Army before the United States entered the war; ' waa with the armed force that landed in Normandy. . . . Middleweight Champion Tony Zal la now at the Norfolk Naval Training Station, after being transferred from Puerto Rico. , , Marcel Cerdan, free French middleweight from Algeria, I rumored to have arrived In the United States, enroute to Montreal tq open hi American leather-tossing campaign. 4 Bra hat of the New York Central Railroad are reported to have okayed plana for a huga new raring plant to be erected by the Empire City Recfng Association In the East View Valley teeter of Westchester County, N.Y., construe- tion to begin Immediately after the war, . , . Tho reported coat will be about $18,000,000. . . , Accommodations will cart for 82,000 fan. , , , Apparently the New Yoik Central ha decided to compete with the Pennsylvania Road In the luera-, live buslneaa of hauling race-goer. Since Branch Rickey, auppoaedly smartest man 'in baa- ball, traded Frit Ostermueller and Bob Chip man, 4h two.- hava won a total of tight game for the rtratea and Cuba. ... It Brooklyn had those eight vlrtnrie the Dodgers could , ' be In the first division. Instead of In a desperate aixth place and riding a 13-gam losing streak. One of the closest International League rsies in history apparently i has the players as well as the fans on edge. Three Baltimore Orioles, Stan Benjamin, Frank Skaff and Ab Tledemann Jumped Into the stands at Jersey City yesterday to trade punches with heckling fan and today face possible fines and suspensions as a result. v The Orioles won the ojener,t 3-2, and provided the fireworks; In the eighth inning as the three! player lost control of themselves,' League Secretary Bill Manleyi wa indhe stands at the t'me and! made an immediate report to President Frarjt Shaugtfnessey , who called a meeting for today, in his New York office. Skaff made a more normal con-j tribution to the opener with a home run in the sixth as Boho Pallia hurled his ninth win. The Little Giants hammered out a ten hit 9-1 victory in the second with Frank Rosso getting credit- for the win. " - - North of the Border, the Mon- , tree! Rovels retained the league Sports MlTfOr lead as they split with the Toronto r Maple Leafs at Montreal, 4-0, and 3-1, The first game was a sterling three hitter by Alee Mus-I taikta for Toronto. The I,eafj put together a run In the first in- j mng on a walk, a steal and a single, which was enough to win, although they added three more later. Tom Warrens victory In the nightcap, his sixth without a loss, waa sparked with fine fielding play. Toronto' Luther Knerr walked in the winning run in the third. The Rochester Red Wings, cousin to the Buffalo Bison all season, turned on their tormentor after eight straight defeats and swept both ends of a dnubleheader, 2-1 and 32. Glen Gardner and Kemp Wicker turned in two complete games, as did Jack . Thing and Mike Roscoe for the losers Andy Seminick struck the only home run In both game for Buffalo In the serdhd game. Stretching their winning streak , By The Associated Press to seven straight ' ' " Syracuse Chief 10 CODFISH BALLS 7 WE DON'T ORDER CODFISH BALLS. WE DIDN'T ORDER ANYTHING NET. klNDLN BRING US A MENU, SO WE MAN-AHEM-MAKE OUR. . SELECTION. jT MAfBE'CUDlDWT 1 ORDER CODFISH, BIO. Btrr'WRE GONNA EAT IT OR. STAZ'JE. ABOUT UMPTEEN times A week. THEN JUST ARRIVED BCN.'HA'JE THEY GOT A LOTTO A learn. WT TILL THEY SEE'WHAT , They CALL A -BWtMMikJSOCt HERE. ves -IM allergic TO CODFISH THE FOLDER THEY GAWE US at the travel bureau BAID.OUPREME CUSWE dishes to tickle every palate CHEER UR ' POLKS. ON 6undthey Give you MEAT BEElS. "A MENU A SELECTION? air, r ' I COULD PRINT r This JOINTS BLL OF FARE .THE HEAD PIN Dodgers' Losing Streak Extended to 13 Straight Second Gam of Twinbill Suspended With Brooks Trailing; Yanks, Cards Win Two NEW YORK U The late Wilbert (Uncle Robbie , Row. former manager of the Brooklyn Dodger, used to aav -ra Tf1 lousy, yah am t lucky." - Card Win Fair But the current edition of the Brooklyn 'Bum" theyd be bums if they'd hustle a little got two breaks today. First, their losing streak of IS game cant be ex- How They Stand AMERICAN LlACl M - twurtoe Ktisiti . Kwf Yerli 44, Detroit j tended immediately because thei omb4 2 $ Lout )M, Waaninfcr 4.4 major leagues art on tbeir annual ciucao -. pnuaociph - . siusiaa a tim St Louis S Boeton Segura Beats Talbert In Western Net Final' NEENH. Wi. U. Francisco (rancho) Segura, the Ecuadorian tennla atar, and Paulina Beta, of Lot Angeles, reigned as king and queen in the ainglea division of the Western tenma tournament today, but it took an overtime match to deride the contest between Bill Talbert, Indianapolis, and Segura. Segura, Miami University star, won the match 3 8, 6 I, 4 8, 8 3 and 119 after both player had sufTerrd leg injuries and had to take time out for treatment. Miaa Bet won her crown by defeating her Santa Monica rival, Dorothy Ma Bundy, 91 and! s-a. Six Sports Dropped By Pann Sfafa College STATE COLLEGE, T. Wb-SI Today A Year Ago Bobo Newsom was handed a three-day suspension by Manager Durocher for "general insubordination" which led to shortstop Arky Vaughan's refusal to don his uniform. Three Year Ago Joe Di- Maggio, atar Yankee outfielder extended hi hitting streak to 49 games as the Yanka oozed out a 5 inning 1-0 win over the Brownie. Five Years Age Ben Hogan. Ky Laffoon, E. J. Harrison and F.merlck Kocsis tied for medalist honors at 138 In PGA golf tournament held at Flushing. three-day holiday a players travel to and from the All-Star game to be played at Pittsburgh tomorrow night and aeeond, their losing string isn't 14 games, only because the National League has nwywx ". S a suspended law and Pennsyl- i Chicglf1 .... !I, ,.;!.!!!! m vama has a aeven o'clock law on . nuLdelpkla u Sundays. After losing their first game of a doubleheader with the Pittsburgh Pirate, 10-1, the bewildered Brooklyn were trailing 9-7 in the nightcap at the end of the eighth inning when the game was called. Thus, the game goes as a suspended contest and will be completed at the next meeting of the two teams. The Dodgers were only three . I F outs away from tying the clubs McCarthy May Nam Borowy or Hughion for worst iomg trek, set mi t H Bucky Walters Likely Mound Starter for National Stars Americans in Classic at Pittsburgh Tomorrow under the management of Bur- NATIONAL LEAGlt ItatNiy'i Intiti Fltteburfh 10-4 Bronkljn ,.? Chicago 0-1, New York 2-4 8t Lout 14 Bnston (Ml CmemnaU 0-7. FhUadtiphie 14, Satr4ee fcvtta Nw York ft, Chicago j PitUburfh ft, Brooklyn j St Louis 4, Boston Philadelphia S. Cincinnati fttaallai af T(is St Louis P'ttfburah Ctnctrmstt leigh Grime, and the 13 consecu- n.w vor. . ' i - 1 Dhitaitalnhi live losses ties the seasonal rec-' PITTSBURGH bD Bucky Waltera of Cincinnati loom as the; b the Chica.0 Cubs at bable National League starting pitcher m the 12th annual all- Ms 4Ha taainn Preirhtr Bieton probable National League starting pitcher atar game tomorrow night at Forbes Field with Marse Joe McCarthy of the American Leaguer expected to choose between Hank Borowy of the New York Yankees and Tex .Hughson of the Boston Red Sox. . Lanier Out Pending definite announcement BotHllO PlfchlflGI rom Skipper Billy Southworth of. J Week-End Sports In Brief 1 from Skipper Billy , . ,, ' the Nationals and McCarthy, base- RprorH ftf AII.NtnrC ball men figured today the two,I'ct''ru ol , pilots would lead with the ace NEw YORK OP) Individual righthanders. Waiter has a 14- records of the All-Star team play-13 win record for the Reds, Bo- ers of the National and American win icluiu iui vJv ivcuS) uw" v v ,v " ' i. rnn 1. rowy ha won 11. and dropped League, including games played Brecb 4 and Hughson boast a fancy July 9: 13-3 mark ( With Lefty Max- Lanier of the crr,u.. - . Chicago Cards out of action for 10 days DiMwi?r,Pmbur(h EUtotL, PttUburfh the Newark Bears lost the'en Valley golf four-ball round wllh RlP Sewell of the host : M.rklSt l.u. the first of the season. Preacher Rod coasted to victory in the completed game as the Hues lit on Ed Head and Rube Melton for a safe margin in the early innings. The league leading St. Louis Cardinals shut out the Boston Brave for the second and third consecutive times. Mort Cooper won the opener, 1-0 when Stan Musials double and Walker Cooper tingle produced the game's only run in the sixth inning. Harry Brecheen won the night- ,.ul. ,cap, 9-0. The duble triumphrc,ty o. as n h Pet 'stretched the Card lead to 10h Buffalo . . 71 244 10 44 jTomnto . , 44 147 24 ftl an games. . , Rorhtr . 4ft 124 24 41 H? ChlCagO Cubt Came out of Nawark 42 37 9 a 24 34 )Urty rj tfZJFea S ieger- .snuy u CriD Df VifjareUs v .Cup match . final bui th jjprsiii a5 n the tun , three up o" Wer, thre P pAJ. gf 10 cut th S but the .Mi Mna Gama To4iy No am0 achadulffi INTEBNATIONAL UAUl'l loiUHiy Icniti Baltimart 31 Jcnwv City 24. Toronto 4-1 Montreal 0 2 Rochester 2-1, Buffalo I 2 Newaik 103. Syracu i- SaUrftap'i Rrialt Nawark 4 Baltimore 3 Jray City 7 fiyracusa ft Toronto ft, Montreal 4 Buffalo 0. Rochester J 12 MO 41 M 2S2 w-ww 4 70 24 44 3 322 the cellar to make room lor the ti i? S 15 Brave by beating the New York game, me ixrw.rx ncerx iim inr rn vnvy KJi ,plt1sburgh club and Nate An second, 9-3. to gam an even break, rematch play tournament drewj o Braves in at. i Major League Leaders 447, 84 under par. - lrmnt in smash the tunlor eir- Mueusr, Cmcmnsu FI. I Z ABET H Pvt. Irving 10 e junior cu Mu, at. loU iiiUApiin 1 t. cults 8-year wm streak. Nu-hoiw,, chiro Mondschem. of BrMk yn Army j Bob unctief o( the Browna g";nN'JrlJR Terminal, won National AAU' , Newhouaer o( lhe Tiger, SSJ Iathlon championship with total ' avallable for late duty wUhrUw- S5taf a.r4l f H Wls Francisco the Worthy clan and' Bobo Newsom of the Ai NATIONAL LEAGUE Battlng-Musial, St. Louis, .366. - " r7n Wests Ituna Bordagaray, Brooklyn, Sesur' Mucor. won - " 82. Runs Batted In Kurowskl, St Lmna, 81 r nils Musial, St, I )u Is, 104. Double Musial, St. Louis, 27. Triple Barrett, Pittsburgh, 12. 71 111 - miU 71 171 ao 19 i9 -r A e A nAAL-. Loui 74 27 20 4 .las Giants twice, 6-2 and 1-0. Kookic S S S S S Bob Chipman spaced .even hits ,7i JS S 8 S n gaining u w aw jm the opener, and Claude Passeau to S m ?I 111 allowed only three in winning the shutout. Andy Pafko s single 77 su ti lot am i m the aixth Inning scored Phil ICavarretta with Passeau a Kant iS i margin. , J . . J The Cincinnati Reds climbed ! back into a virtual tie with sec-52 ond place Pittsburgh by beating to, lhe Philadelphia Phillies twice, AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting Doerr, Boston, .340. Run R. Johnson, Boston, 89 Runs Batted In Stephens, St. sports hava been dropped at Penn- Louis, 84. sylvania Stale College In a war Hit Doerr, Boston, loo. prompted economy move, Neil M. Fleming, graduate manager announced today. The aporta cut for the duration wer cross-country, swimming, lc hockey, gymnastics, tennis and golf. Rifle-shooting and fencing had previously been dropped. - Retained on the athletic schedule are football, soccer, baket-ball, baseball, boxing, wrestling, track and lacrosse. LOUIS FAILS TO AFrEAR GLASGOW, Scotland (JT) 1,000 persona who Doubles Cullenbine, Cleveland, 24. Triple Lindcll, New York, 7. Home Run Doerr, Boston, and Haves, Philadelphia, 10. Stolen Base Stirnwelss, New York, 21. Pitching Maltzberger, Chicago, 9-1, .900. a ! m- Andrew, Bottoa I S may jet a jvrjr, Boaton .... ft semor tenni title beating B.U chnce, to 8tU,? be,ore J t senior lenni uuc " sell-out crowd that will approach s.w.n, pu-.burtn . .. Ja7brirt'o nd anf,P015' 38 48' 1 i0-m ,nd dumP $100,000 into the w.iwr..B"c'nu ...m 8r- rfir 4XTr ir,, bat ind bal ,und for servicemen., amesicax i.sac.ii - jn . and 7.5. The Reds came CLEVELAND-Four stable and Thrw AmPrican Uggu huriera o ab a h ph I? 5 An A-w u..r a fwd storage barn were destroyed Pflu, (Dizzy) Xrout ol the Tigera KlgSBL aSSuSs AL .' Ba, nnnnrcH Bnrani' r!rru i DU'Ch Le0n8rd f tHe Senator, g-ffi. ftclaU announced grand circuit 8nd QrVal Grove of the White j. Bogton - At Haya PhilaHIph( Hpmsivy, Nw York Hiffint, Itrolt Hockait. Ciavaland R Jofmaon, Bottom Atlantic tennis tournament by .d (rom connidera tioun by work- ! K&, boating Sam Hayea Washington, Sunday game. It is Washington iriDicm-nc n c, likely that any of the quintet will TPki'r?''cht!:Ml, lel'a,be used with only one day's resthvrlt- DLU Wa -h won three championships llff emergency. pham. .rs.w In UJAMHnn'a Wiril im nl A iff 1 a . . . . Home Run Ott, New York 20 I nc7' ennouncea grana circuu gnd Orval Grove of the White Stolen Base Ryan, Poston, 12. r "naJevJohn ,S5X nd ,wo Ntion1 chucker. h Filching -Brecheen. St Louis. WASHINGTON - Davey John- , Jlm Tobln and A javery of the " -I. -$7$ k! ! Br.vw wer practically elim.nat-, u Syracuaa Kaafiii ( Tf W 41 42 44 41 If r 34 21 GimM Tsfir ftvrafua if Newark PaJtimor at Jtreey City tl 9) Toronto at Montreal AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louiavtlla 4-1 Columbus 4-4 Kanaaa City 4-5, Mtnneapoiti Mi Milwaukee S-2, St Paul 2-4 Toledo ft-ft. Indiana polta 2-1 RASTERN LEAGlt Wilkea-Barra 4-1 Utica 3-4 Binghamton l-T Scranton 3-4. Williamsport IT-1 2 Albany M. Cmtxa 3-4. Hartford 1-4 ROUTHERN ASSOCIATION Little Rock 4-12. Atlanta 4-T Chattanooga 7-J Memphis 4-2 New Ortaang S-4, Mobile 4-lft Burning hem 3-0, Nashnilt 14, PACIFIC COAST LMOll Ran Franciaco 10-1 Oakland M. San Diego 10-4 Sacramento 74 Lna Angeleg 3-7 Hollywood 24, Beattie ft-S. Portland 1-0 What Jerseymen Did -jin Majors Yesterday In Womens National AAU track j UniC9!, Southworth calls In the I . ' ifork champlomhipv including an AAU phtU Ken Raffcnsberger the mark of 24 6 second in 200-1 Americans will see all right- mctcri. Alice Coachman, of Tus ( handed hurling. With that in Newhouear Detroit kegee Institute, equalled world mmd, McCarthy lineup may ?.7.0N.phY'x",hl record of 8 4 seconds In 50-meter i read like this: Lefty McQuinn, Trout, coots sprint. 1 n .... 7 ..! ,,, ft ..... I .... r ..1 2jl The New York Yankees came .u up with the only double victory 7 in the American League when M7 77i they beat Detroit, 4-3 and 8-2 to w win their firat series of the year Russ Derry s Passaic Recreation Softball Schedule BOT ACOCT8 WIN WEEK B aCHEnVLI fetter j wgited outside the American Rd ' wETS.J!s7SS. ' I Cross club yesterday to welcome 'p., . v' C9",lM"ul c" The Wallington Boy Scouts de-jjn Louis, heavyweight boxing1 m.hs.ow, nuMw . Uam, bki feated the Robin. 8 to 1. champion from the United States, for their seventh straight win. (were disappointed when' the j - ra .Browns, first base; Bobby Doerr, SEATTLE Circle V Stables Red Sox, second base; Vern Sic- Yrtcforrlnvc Cfnrc Dear Judy, 813 40, won the Brem-pbcns, Browns, short-stop; Ken I eSreiQQy S JiU' -crton Hanciicap at Lon Acres ; Kellner, Ind.ans, third base and RuM Derry andeore Sttrn- Sunday by bead over J, B. Burn steins Gold Mike, i Thurman Tucker, White , , h Yankees Derrys pinch DETROIT J rnham RrwnV Spence Senators and Bob! with basea- fuU and one DETROIT J. Graham Brown s Johnson, outfield; with either i 111 Seven Hearts, $1010, surprised Frankie Hayes, Athletics, or Rick ' T Lrs SUniMXdVMU th champions, was ably sup- hy winning $15,000 Governors Ferrell, Senators, catching. ! Tnrf .tnl7 21 st Prted with ,2'hlt ck Handicap. Black Badge, odds-on I .! ,-1 v!u:'win the finale. George Stimweiss from the Tigers. single with the bases loaded in the ninth inning of the opener counted the marginal run for Atley Donald's eighth pitching victory- even though he threw only two pitches. Rookie Emerson Roser, making his first start for the champions, was ably sup- favorite, finished out of money. 1 CHICAGO Hyman Griedbergs, Ott In Outfield Southworth can use Phil Cava- Paul Trojan hurled a three-hitter champion faded to show up. An , , m, 1. for the Scout. Trojan had two American 1 officer .aid he d,d not TS JSSrSf hits, one f which was a home know what happened, but -that l.u.. Th,ra ri. run. Trank Tomcsyk alao had two; Loul was expected for sure to- ..Nl',hun . wn4 hits for th Scouts., 'morrow for an exhibition bout Roy Van Graflan Being Called Fireman Since Fire Destroyed Baltimore Park base in nightcap, to lead Yankees ,ed (he ofTen' with a three-run to double win. homer, double and single. Newmin Shirt j, Brownt and, Tht st lui Browns and the s.aasts. fcJtsiij fUU sr, IKUl YU IvHl t'l IHC V-MlO II IliBV UeSY . . j C Ki.K. CLieUw ASlw wa ' ' - . triumph In the $13,000 Arlington when McCarthy is using a right- Dutch Leonard, "awr-b'rMy lWa,hington Senators swapped Matron Stake. She was only hander or Frank McCormick of burled two-hit rttutout in opener. ,hutouta, the Browna winning the thrce-year-old filly in race. (the Reds if a southpaw is on the Lccnsrd retaliated with five-hit (irgti 10.0 behind two-hit pitching CAMDEN Ogden Thipps Sub- hill. Connie Ryan of the Braves i b,a.n.n Tex Shirley. Emil (Dutch) dued, t RO, running as entry with 1 i the likely second Blue Deck, 'and Price Level,' $7 90,1 with Martin Marion of (he Cards Frank Haye. Athletica-Ourtright i tbe Kats a 4-0 triumph in the i apht and Jkldie Miller of the Re made fine catch of Uner and flnale. ' NEW YORK CP) By a roundabout route coma this report from Gib Sandefer, , Hardin-Simmons U. athletic manager who now is Red Cross field director with General "Vinegar Joe" Stil-well's force In Burma. . . Gib ciaima to have the largest hat In India (it would make all th ten gallon toppers in Texas turn green with envy) and the longest shorty snorter In the world (t.000 ' feet )rr ."Told Uncle Jor he could pick 28 of his good Chine boys end he would bring them back to th campus," Sandefer wrote: "Have 10 British boys coming 4 for Merle Evana' cowboy band, three French glrlatrom North Africa who play native instruments, and plenty of good Gla that will be ready for our Sammy Baugh-Bulldog Turner, our Frank Kiftjbrough-Clark Jarnagm or ur Warren Woodson-Jewell Wallace coaching combinations after the tsar. W will make It n Allied University after this Is over, and alt get to understand each other better, or we will have another in 23 year." Chance are that Sandefer will have a private war on hi hands In Texas If he goes through with such lorg-range recruiting, . and maybe another If he tries to realiie hi dream of getting those two Sweetwater, Tex., ranchers. 'Baugh and Turner, to coach at Abilene while th pro grid customers still wsnt to see them. Red Hal I mp Since that Baltimore ball park fir last week, they re calling Umpire Roy Van Graflan "fireman. It was the second time a ball park had burned down after Roy had officiated a game and each time he lost hi blue uniform, which 'is a hard thing to replace the days , , .Van Graflan also was um-The at Newark, August 18. 1923, just before Harrison Field was destroyed, . .How-; everr r that doesn't explain why Gfaflan seldom fires a player out of a Ferlu C Y- O. Uafu, Flfrt Want. North Field, W4m4i2 Urown-Taylor l va- Falstrara Ca, it . Thrd Wmtd far- Fa hwave va Dytrt Local, Faaaaic chrtol Stadium AV right Artmait1icl La0U0, Firat Ward, North Fte'rt Thavtdev Ofcontt va Cbaimcolt, Ftrtt Want Stadium Field Ai Raid Warden! vft Raocoona, Rchoo) Rledtum Manhattan Latir Third Ward Far Manhattan GuU Loaiue, Immd Ward C Y O Leant, Firat Wards North Field Frida v Cunvtyam va. Dumont, Third W-rd Parh Vretmann ve Hr' 4rn Chemical Co , Ftmt Ward R'adtum T'ad RtanhatUn lraette Record Ward Frk ' WftfM AFrnnauUml Leant, Punt Waid. North Field $7,300 Rancocas Stakes at Gar-1 sharing shortstop. doubled runner off third, with one j Philadelphia and Chicago di- den State Paik. I Bob Elliott's recent surge may,ld n ninth and team leading vjded honors, the White Sox wul BOSTON Mrs. Weston W. ; get the Pirate third sacker the'y on run; Hayes hit 10th homer wng the first game, 4-3 to break Adam's Kewey Dee, $1400, beat!!! but Whitey Kurowskl of the j ' A to wm nd v" a four-gam losing skein. Bill Boldine by a no-e in the $t0.r,oo Cards is a better bst for the hot P,lt , .. .. Dietrich counted hi 10th victory Myles Standish Stakes at Sutfolk corner. Walker Cooper of the Buddy Rosar, Indians and Bobby wbefl hi mates scored on errors Down. Cards and Mickey Owen of the , Doerr, Red Sox Rosar made three j ;n the second and third frames. NEW YORK Alfred Parkers Dodger are due for catching! hit to lead Indians to 8-3 win in, The As" came back with an By Jimminy, winner of the Shev-Idut-V while the outfield probably opener; Doerr became first player it attack in th afterpiece lin and Dwyer Stakes, disappoint-' wiU Include Stan Musial of the to make 100th hit as Red Sox took I against Orval Grove and Thoro-ed by running third m $50 000 Em-1 Cards. Mel Ott of the Giants and , nightcap 4-2. . iton Lee to gain an 8-2 win. Jess Ipire City Handicap at Jamaica 'either Dixie Walker of the Ixt-! Dom Dallessandre 'and Claude Floret pitched seven-hit ball for Mrs. Payne Whitney's Stir tin t ers or Bill Nicholson of the Cubs. Fasaeau, Cubs Dallessandro got .the triumph. $10 50, equalled track record of! Payers trekked into town to- four-for four to help Cub win Manager Lou Boudreau had 158 1 5 for the mile and three dy following Sunday double- opener, 8-2; Passeau shaded more pitcher trouble as hit sixteenths in beating George hflcr club owners and exec- Giants Bill Voiselle 1-0 in night- 'Cleveland Indians ahared ; with s i .."hitivM KM tFMrale vnairu leaeu ran IfH Rmlnn Rtd SOX. Ed Kill Widcners Lucky brw"bv'haifalutivM h'ld separate major league I can. j the Boston Red Sox. Ed Klieman - vj nmn m 1 j t..l m-ma 4m strenuously when length. I tattie Rtamtinr IVm eiRUL I 2 48.1 I AM1RKAN PIWRION game. H went four years In the Inier-hational League without chising anyone. i Pumititt t'n TTVmI irteniel-Can Ct Decathlon Title Is Y j Won by Army Private RoHm C'neyar Co . feUlrom Cn .NATIONAL DIVISION Mavilan Chm)cI CA. . .. .... (hmsta , ,, Oktmtle Co S Monday4 Matinee The, Rev. Harold J. Martin, held of the non-operating Canadian -Am eric an League, has organized the St Lawrence Interscholastic Summer League to keep his hand In. Six teamg will play through July. . .The Iowa Seahawkt ba-eball team lost seven good players, including Bob Steuber, la-t week and will lose Dick Wakefield and Price Brookfield In the near future. But it also acquired four new major leaguers', Ed Welland, Done Yohe Bill Baker and Ned Herns. . JJolph Camilll is leading the Pacific Coast League in batting and another old Dodger idol. Babe Herman, would be on top if he had played enough games. It a wonder Branch Rickey hasn't tried to bring them back. . .Early in May th Keesler Field, Muu, athletic dept, obtained 25 new sets of golf clubs. By June 38, 1 392 enlisted men had checked them out to plsy. I Fm it main C$ rmcH Tie-C''mmtmicaUon Prerto-LoaK Co k C1TT tMGll The Cards, Browns, Whit Sox, ELIZABETH ") Running Phils and Aa are understood to L i UP total of 8.743 points in the be a-king for more "owl play, i two-day competition. Private Irv- After the big league single ses- i n n f sJ . W m m a i L . 'meetings to discuss additional Preacher Roe and Jack Barrett, 'objected too - i night ball, continuation of the . Pirates Roe held Dodger to Boudreau relieved him when he office of high commissioner held .even hits to give Pirate 10-1 win, had an 8-2 lead on two men out by K. M. Landis, whose term ex- jn opener; Barrett hit 12th triple, in the last of the ninth inning, pires in 1946, and a change in 1 to drive In three runs in 9-7 Pirate Joe Hevtng was called to the the sjstenvof acquiring players. icadc after right innings - in mound and the. testy Boudreau, - - - - - male i roundly booed by the crowd for - 'u. ..tUisa ftnd Hit winmnf Mert Caeper and Harryhis actions, fined hi winning Brecheen, Cardinals Pitched pair pitcher $100 for the - demonstra-of shutouts 1-0, and 9-0, against 'tion. The Tribe won the opener, i wg Mondchcin of the Brooklyn sions the majors will meet in, Braves to give Cants record of 8-2. The Bosox won the night I i nl V A mm m tY. . . i -. . A I . . . . . a n TaA I 'FDDlff Raccoon Mr f'miiere , , TV MumV ,,, .... Dywi Lore! , atr Warden! FarRwaya , . :: ::l . 0 0 North Jersey Industrial Loop ( (N.Y.) Army Base Terminal joint conclave tomorrow morning clinched th National A. A. U.. V3rrw.rizprs-lMcMa"i tp ! i ksa'ss sa Un,y N,t Ti"f - throws. ELIZABETH Jack Mc- i The bespectacled aix-footer won Mania of New York won the New the high Jump and placed second 'Jersey State Men singles tennis m th broad jump and shot put'ti(le yesterday and teamed with Saturday, ' Thomas Burke, also of New York, over .300 in seasons series. Gee Wtlker and Weody Williams, Reds Walker made three hits and scored twice in opener as Reds won 9-8: Williams made four hits to pace Reds 7-8 victory in second! game. Wilbur Ro.-, Of the Warinanco to take the doubles crown. A, C who won the 110 meter I The first-seeded McManis beat Fr' hurdles and 1300 meter run yes- Dick Bender of Westfield, seeded L terday and placed second m Sat- second. 6-2, 8-2, 6-1. in taking urdaya running high jump, piled the singles easily with a steady p up totgl of 5,219 points tor garnet livened by smashing drive. gooond place. . McManis had an uphtU, almost Mn47, wnshuT vi' ixiiK xtis. Third, place iith 5,178 points single-handed fight as he and w sms- Vt Krara cr-l went to Nathaniel E. Boyd, of Burk went through, five set be- sm,. 1 the Collegiate Track and Field fore beating Henri Salaun of cto m Curttea ft I WniMt , . T 2 RndiR . . 7 I Wooi RMve ' i.tun i 8 Ilr4 Oar a . Rrlteftatc far WeeV Clifton Softball League Standings Tawlrlkf I CtS0 IMtana va. Franks T4 F, Marctuuil0 v CiMoa tRarl Bse. TVn4r Franka. FaaMte Da Mume fiinr CHftn Maoaa va, (l UMl , lualtan mi Taaaa Albania Cantaan, f cup 4-2. Manager Joe Cronin, taking no chances, sent hi ace Tex Hughson to the mound when Joe Bowman, who had blanked the Tribe until the eighth inning, was bothered by the heat Hoffman to Attend Paterson Amateurs F MarrHafit Spnrt Sbo . . it, ft J TwKiavVM1 v, CuiUaa. Woe4 r.rajr m j second In th 110 meter hurdles Undo, Fla, i nraniw and won the running broad Jump This was' the first Eastern tour-, i " J v crraueii. ye'terday. 'nament tor McManis, who ts-s d ! 1 I s tawo.1 Uyvel Jones, of rated No. 1 in California where h.v. nira r ( m. Detioit. who won the ahot put he formerly lived. He wa given I I Saturday, withdrew because of medical discharge from the ; j a strained tendon, and only nine, Navy recently after two years of YAN'KFES WIN ! competitor finished yesterday, service., Th Little Yankees defeated the Bill Watson of the Detroit Po-j Th single eiown passes, to Psssaic Indians. 9-0, as Llpari lice, who won last year with McManis from Francisco Segura The fifth show of the 1944 Paterson Diamond Gloves championships to be sUged thi Wednesday (July 12) night in Hmchliffe Stadium, Paterson, will be designated as "Lt. CoL Harold G. Hoffman Night." Lt CoL Hoffman, former Gov won ' Thi $ $ ;ia, ol De'a' gutth from nirsday. jixee default j round pi -edalist d!u a wink Lou u dump, dc r-jg Emil Mulli s tnlthoidei inno. In other upp isk Wood, o' M UP VW I -ju smile R J Surgent, oi ri Dnny Ho coi, 3-2. Georg Mars! .ved to the s -r brocket I ;srl and this ,j Roberts, educal re oi the bes .-aid round, pie results i utingi: per Brocket Gtrad won Cirino; He Buscko,, default from - detested Jo oi defeated jj defeated 4 J, Holt def. Muller defe 1. George Stirnwelss, Spring! New York Yankees second he-man Helped Yankees sew doubleheader from Tigers m: one hit for three times at hit i first game, and three more blows including a double and three run homer in the wem Made a sacrifice bunt and anr a run in first' game. Srorr twice in second game, batted four runs and stole his 21it b of the season to pass George tn for the American League lead J base-thievery. Made on put-two assists in first gam. put outs and one assist m c Eddie Mayo. Clifton, Dtr Tigers second baseman w four times in each gamj one hit in second. scored a r , four assists, four putouts fit P three putouts, two asisti Roger Cramer. Detroit Tigers center fiw Made one hit in three a- in first game. No chancei Frank Hayea. Medford L Philadelphia Athletics caw Failed to hit in four W pUte in first game, but w-two-run homer and scorta runs himself in two tim t in second game. Made ! outs In each game, and I -an assist in first 6mp;Hur- Frank Zak. P- rates shortstop Batted v Brocket X. Mangarelli if, one up; L. ct, 4-3; A. C iJt from E. b - defeated J oerts defeatet Minh won I Karl; D. 1 odsna, one ui : Sam Labaug hk Weeks Mi Garsid vs. V Anderson; W A Muller. ungsrtUi vs. ; W. Andersc mb; Bluer vi - - right Ai in first game and j . . ond. stole i state 1 a run in opener. times in each game of dc header, with one bit tn - . nH nne run bSttW , game and one run -second. Stole base j game and laid down bunt In second. one error in opener, three in second. . F' Art Cnccnrulle, NePtUDVf; burgh Pirate -pitcher one and one-third mmngs . Brooklyn in aeeond c up one hit, one base on w no runs. Eddie CaOOIV iu tnsV-'i-' Brooklyn Dodgers shorUtopp? one safety in two t in first game and Had one assist, "b'ch Miksis, Basinski and Scjw f ble play, and was one error. a-r Hal Wagner. ts Red Sox catcher -Fa'led ( safely In two offjnet tim' in second game, Rra7S-self by on of Alii fast balls. Scored i V. Mike Chartak. SPrt- Browns left t,derIi p only time at bat 25ace of doubleheader. N field, Joe Medwdek, York Giant left . r v. J.. 4siif 4riM HI' 1 emor of New Jersey and a sports hit for ,.ourrl'.Uf,r,t r follower, will be accompanied by GjJjad tme pu first game, four In secon R MS HIM The Saddle River Rama defeated the Victory Park Rams by th I other United States Army dig- nitanes. Also featuring this Wednesday nights Diamond Gloves program will be the first Sppearance this year of heavyweight and light jlEHEt'S 17 I Tr irra MO Monroe Drehi in the sw-e per Mootclair imrday. N. 71-1-19; Z. C W. Potte w Knutter, TCETH AMI ight Aeronai us of Patersor I contest Sa nj Kilmer E 't Jersey St. I taimament Tbe General V of t A C, of Bo the Trento J State char .miles Powd dia, J to J yc nj. State S cnamcnL Tbe Atlantic lutxsi sutic fht of Clifto to year, g Saturday, ai Orang i Catholic be Wnght lx 01 Sm (in . is si -j . it 'TU1 Rah 1 oo thi the Alberti Vthe W, V. Li, ffti fktwi d att the Bolling, ' tngse, , Brook score of 18 to 2. Th winning , heavyweight eontestanU. ISjually pitcher was Frank Olasin who j interesting will be further dom-, had 20 strikeouts.' Majerscak and ' petition by the survivors of pre- pitched a one-hit game. Zmgones 3.904 points, did not defend his of Ecuador, who did not enter thej Belli hit homers. Olasin had four! virus bouts in this year's cloutmg! two hits featured for the Yankees, i title because of a sinus attack. I tournament this year. (for five. , classic. j ' t ' ' - s. 1 T .

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