The Tribune from Scranton, Pennsylvania on September 17, 1956 · 20
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(1 !-sHf'5 J t h i. .. 3" rr" 20 M on.. Sept. 17, 1956 The Scranton; Tribune f S 4 4 jryn , ax, 1 ,k k!.Wi r m K v INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Members of the Eureka Specialty team, all -season champion of the Industrial Softball League, will be honored at a dinner Thursday at 6 15 p m. at The Deitrick. Joe Serafin, all-sports official, will be guest speaker. President Walt Stock-nick is chairman. Bob Payton will be toastmaster. Joe O'Connell is in charge of the music program. Each of the Eureka players pictured above will receive awards and the team will be given a trophy. Lackawanna Pants, postseason titlist, also will receive a trophy. Players on the Eureka team are, first row, left to right- Jack Bauman, Roy Chase, Joe Clifford, Joe Logan, Joe Dougherty,' Bill' Letwlnsky, Ruble Graham. Second row, left to nghf Chick Hebden, Ruby Frykberg, Don Walsh, A1 Caporelli, Chick Coyle, Mgr Bob Barrett, Bill Howell, Lou Toth, assistant manager; Hank Keen, George Wilson, Jim Moran. Ed Skies was missing when the taken photo wa Position Matches Tonight in Tribune Loop; Gridiron Leads The first Position Night matches of the year will be rolled in the Scranton Tribune Classic Bowling League tonight at the Catholic Youth Center and the Masonic Temple. Top match will send the frontrunning Gridiron Bar and Grill against, the second-place Gerod Machine Shop.' Gndion leads the Trabert Beats Gonzales For Pro Net Title PARIS, Sept. 18 (UP) Tony Trabert upset Pancho Gonzales, 6-3, 4-8, 5-7, 8-6, 6-2 today to win the world professional tennis title. Gonzales was partly crippled when he suffered a pulled muscle in the left leg during the fourth set. An estimated crowd of 10,000, jamming the center court of Roland Garros Stadium, cheered Trabert's victory over the favored Gonzales. The week-I long tournament marked Tony's first appearance at Roland 1 Garros smce he won the French mateur title two years ago, few month before he turned pro. Gonzales, who trounced Trabert in Jack Kramers world pro tour earlier this year, appeared well on his way to victory when the cramp stopped him. Gonzales had come up from 2-5 to 5-5 and 6-6, but then, limping, was no match for Trabert who grabbed the set, 8-6, and went on to win the fifth, 6-2 Trabert smashed and volleyed his way into a 4-1 lead in the first set before Gonzales rallied He went on to win, 6-3 But the second and thir(d sets were all Gonzales. His vobeys from the middle of the court and passing shots gave him a clear edge in the decisive moments. Trabert rallied In the fourth set and led, 3-1 and 5-2, but Gonzales came back to level at 5-5 and 6-6. This set produced the best tennis of the match but then Gonzales suffered the cramp and faded. In a one-sided match for third and fourth place, it took Frank Sedgman only 32 minutes to defeat fellow-Australian Rex Hart-wig, 6-2, 6-2. field with an 8-1 record with Gerod second with 7-2. Another major match will have Rodgers Motor Lines against Hotel Poco-Pau-Pack. They are tied for third place with Parodi-DeNobili Cigars and Mohawk Tires. They are also matched in a third important duel. The veterjrf FrartK Clause Tiatf moved out front in the individual average race with a 197 mark in nine games Mike Cuce is second with 196. The individual averages of the leaders, team standings and the schedule for tonight as announced by Secretary Art Schwass follows Individual Average Fears Released LOS ANGELES, Sept 16 INS The Los Angeles Rams revealed today that they have cut star End Tom Fears from their roster, but they quickly pointed tached Waiving Fears, who suffered a knee injury Friday night m the Rams 33-24 victory over the San Francisco 49ers, appeared to him and would recall him lm mediately should any rival attempt to sign him. Fears injury is expected to sideline him for at least a month, be merely a tactical maneuver to help the Rams reach the 35-player limit by Sept. 30 Fears, a standout veteran-of e.ght seasons with the Western Division champions of the National Football League, conceivably could sign now with any club he desires. The Rams, however, assured BRAVES PLAY TWIN BILl'TONIGHT after Crawford ju(jdcnly. found Rather Than Hurt Milwaukee-Haney By CARL LUNDQUIST NEW YORK, Sept. 16 UPI Snorting defiance. Manager Fred Haney of the Braves declared todhy well win this damned pennant yet and said that their rained out game with the Giants helped rather than hurt his weary Milwaukeeans. The Braves now must play a double bill tomorrow night with the Giants and the odd are against a team winning two, even if it is on a hot streak, which Milwaukee is not. Let the guys forget about basebaU for todhy and well be ready to goafter the Giants tomorrow, he said. The last time we had a big double header to win down m Philadelphia last week, we turned on the heat and did it. I think we can do the same thing against the Giants tonight. The Braves were faced with the tough task of beating their ex-team mate, lefty Johnny An-tonelli, who has been one of the hottest pitchers in the league m recent weeks. Since Aug. 15 he has beaten the Dodgers three times and the Redlegs once, compiling a 6-1 won and lost mark during that stretch. In 'his last start he shut out Cincinnati, 8-0, on three hits. Harvey also seemed undisturbed that the Braves on Saturday had surrendered their National League lead for the first time since July 13 when they lost a rhubarb-filled game to the Phillies at Philadelphia, 6-5, as four players and the manager were tossed out. The story m Philadelphia is that we won the big double header, bouncing back after our tough series in Brooklyn, Haney said Then we let down and got the hell beat out of us in that 13-1 game which was a good one to get out of your system. And how about the bitter battle Saturday which had its turning poi.nt when rookie Umpire Shag Crawford first gestured that Richie Ashbum was out on a called third strike, then changed his call to ball three? Were not supposed to talk about things like that," Haney snapped. We got a letter from the league office a few weeks back telling us not to criticize the umpires So, see, Im not criticizing, he added sarcastically. But the fact that he and Ed Mathews, Chuck Tanner, Bob Trowbridge, and Johnny Logan were tossed out after Ashburn blasted a triple, made rt plain that he had done his criticizing mg run. hesitant call, DENMARK SCORES he. had not HELSINKI. Finland; Sept. 16 followed "it' -today r insoccer match. immons with the tie-break- .... cni Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Science Find Healing Substance That Doe Both Relieve Pain Shrinks Hemorrhoid New York, N. Y. (Special) For the first tim? science has found, a new healing substance, with the astonishing ability to ihrink hemorrhoid and to relieve painL-without lurgery. In one hemorrhoid case after another, very striking improvement was reported and verified on the field. The blow cost Milwaukee the by doctors observation!, game. Curt Simmons, pitching in Pam was relieved promptly, relief, had led off the eighth And, while gently relieving pain, with a single Ashburn, who actual reduction or retraction even had tossed his bat away (shrinking) took place, and started toward the dugout And most amazing of all-this improvement wai maintained in tasea where doctor observations were continued over a period of many months! In fact, result were ao thorough that sufferers were able to makesuch astonishing statements at Pilea have ceased to be a 1 hi lii 1 1 1 1 1'l h"lilW"lil III 1,1.1, 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 liUilUJUItF i Newt Flashes From I 1 The Scranton Tribune I Ivery Hour on the Hiit-Hsww 1 WSCR I ? so on UN toot t IOAU aaoio dial 'siffliiiinimin i ri m him i i i iuhhii niinm m niTr- problem I And among these suf. zercre were a very wide variety of hemorrhoid conditions, tome of 10 te 20 years standing, AH this, without the osa of. narcotics, anesthetics or astringents of any kind. The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne) the discovery of a world-famous research institution. Already, Bio-Dyne is in wide use for healing injured tissue on all parts of the body. This new healing aubitaneo la offered in suppoattory or ointment form called Praparatian H Aak for individually sealed convenient Preparation H suppositories or Preparation H ointment with pedal applicator. Preparation II is aqld at all drugstores. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. in iim our. '-SAVE Be fore Prices Newest Holman, 622 Jot Wfcsho, 621 High Teem, One Game Rodger Motor Lines, 1034, Ferranti-Ballsntine 1027 High Team Three Game Ferrsnti-BlJantlne, 2966, Rodgers Motor Lines, 2917 Team Standing Team W L Pet Pin Ave Gridiron B & G . . i 1 889 8207 912 Gerod Machine . T 2 778 8067 894 Rodger Motor L 6 3 667 8333 926 Hotel Pooo-Pau 6 Parodi-DeNobili 6 Mohawk Tire . 6 Sherwin Bearing 5 SabateLa a Sport 5 FerranU-BalUntmt 4 Sugermans Inc . 4 Raytheon Tube . 4 Hvnak a Exterm .. 4 Sterling B 6c B . . 4 Crystal Soda 4 Wiienkva Bowling 4 Dunmore H-Lif 4 Lake Gencro ,, 3 Chick Diner . 2 Land Metals 2 Roe the Florist , 2 667 8244 916 667 7956 884 667 7881 876 556 8189 910 &6 7701 856 444 8323 925 444 8239 915 444 7874 8 7 5 444 7823 869 444 7766 863 444 7728 859 444 7582 842 444 571 841 333 7845 872 222 7955 85! 222 7614 846 222 7588 843 SCHEDULE FOR TONIGHT At the CYC Gerod Machine Shop at Gridiron Bar & Grill, AlleM 1 and 2 Hotel Poco-Pau-Pack at Podgera Motor Lines. Alley 3 and 4 Mohawk Tire at Parodi-DeNobili Cigars, AlleM 5 and 6 Saba tel La a Sport Shop at Sherwin Bearing Co . Alley 7 and 8 Sugerraan Inc at Ferranti Ballan tine, Aller 9 and 10 Hynak a Exterminator at Raytheon Tube, Alley 1! and 12. At Maeenle Tempi Crystal Sod Water Co. at Sterling B and B, Alley 13 and 14 Dunmore Hy-Uie Diner at WUensky's Bowling Shirt, Alleys 19 and 16 Chick'a Diner at Lake Genero Beach, Alley 17 and !8 Rosa tho Florist at Larlda Metals, Alleys 19 and 20 Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be annoyed or feel Ul-t-ae became of loose, wobbly false teeth FASTEETH, ip Improved Alkaline non-acid) powder, aprlnklsd on your plates holds them firmer so they feel mors comfortable. Avoid embarrassment caused by Inoee pistes Oet ASTEETH today at Any drug counter. Mil you f IN JUST 1-TRIP The Man likes to toy Yes!" He makes prompt cash loans lets you pay later. Get at no metre cost- IHI Consolidation Service, Nalienwtdo Credit at over 1 ,000 offices. Ufe insurance en loon available at low cost. Phone for your loan in just 1-trip, write, or corns in today! loam over 600 mads by tsgsflciol Consumer Discount Ce. 133 NO. WASHINGTON AVE. 2nd Floor a ConiMlI Bldg. Diamond 3-1171 Scranton Ak far the YES MANagor Ops evenings phosea far hows (seal asds Is vW all samuflm Wei with your old stove was $289.95 IMITED WAREHOUSE STOCK CANNOT BE REPLACED TO SELL AGAIN AT THIS LOW BARGAIN PRICE! Buy before fho coning price increase and you actually SAV MUCH $S00 MORE TIIAII 403N Look at ALL these Deluxe Features In St. Marys CWV League Stahls Service Station took two game and three points from , George Lunch to take the lead Nobesky Cleaners dropped to econd place while losing two ; games and three points to Kelly; Jewelers. Stahls with 741 and Kellys with 2163 led the teams W. Graff with 187 and D Bris key with 510 led the individuals The Valley League opened its season at S. Geroges Recreation, Taylor, with Bracks Mar ket blanking the National Bak-ers and Agostinis Bakeries win-Vl ning three from Stipp Construe-; tion. In other games pettinatoi won two from Muffullos and Sproul won two from Dennis Pappas. Pettinatos posted the 'high single, 900, while Agostinis . wa high for three with ' 2498 Jim Anflin rolled the high Single, 230. Ed. Brack is the . league presklent and Don Ben nett, the secretary-treasurer; ' Betty Cutlibert Betters v. , World Record ' ' ' SYDNEY ' Australia", Sept. 18 K Betty - Cuthbert, an 18 year-old Australian, bettered the ? - women world record for the c 200-meter dash today when she - woo the event in 23.2 seconds I during trials for the 1958 Olym- . pics. Mis Cuthbert bettered the of-. r ficial world mark of 23.4 seconds w , set by Marjorie Jackson of Aus-tralla during tide 1952 Olympics ; at Helsinki -Finland. ) I - NORWAY TRIUMPHS ' OSLO, Norway, Sept. 18 (UR - Norway upset Sweden, 3-1, to- i day in a soccer match at ULe-J - veal Stadium. REGISTER TONIGHT OR ANY NIGHT THIS WEEK BETWEEN 7 AND 9 FOR PENN STATE EVENING CLASSES IN SCRANTON NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY - JUSTCOMETO The Pennsylvania State University Center , 1625 WYOMING AVE. Algebra ' Trigonometry Engineering Drafting , Plan Reading O Engineering Drawing Elementary Mechanics OCost Estimating a Surveying Principles and Other Subjecfs Big Capacity V.-j fun 40 inches wide . . . more space for pans on roomy divided top. Giant 21 Oven . . . bakes 4 pies on one shelf or a complete oven meal for 24. Famous Focused-Hcat Broiler . . . washable bake and broil Calrod units. New,' Giant 2600-watt Catrod Surface Unit Pushbutton Controls . . . Surface Light 2 Appliance Outlets . Automatic Oven Timer . . . Minute Timer . . . Oven Floodlamp. 3 Storage Drawers . . . and many' other features. HURRY! YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SAVE SO MUCH! Ife - 6 4 - 0t t e. 3 qt. Saves Pans Cevsrsg ski Trig tea Ir stria 5-PIECE SET Deluxe Waterloo Aluminum Cookware No! ordinary aluminum! It's triple thick, deluxe quality, Flavo-Sea! cookware for incomparable electric waterless cooking. 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