EIGHT IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICH. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1950. Nome and Monarch Bills Spice T Â· Â· \ ' ; Â· "* *Y Bessemer, Gile, Hurley Hosts in Interstate Tilts SOFTBALL TONIGHT Rand* Field DoublehMder 6:30--Aurora vs Yale .8:30--NASC 2 vs Rhinelander BASEBALL SUNDAY Internal* League Royals at Monarchs Wakefield at Hurley Marenisco at Gilc Ramsay at Bessemer Alston at Mass Greenland at Bergland Rockland at Ontonagon Ewen at Trout Creek Walton at Bruce Crossing Iron-County League Saxon at Mercer Gurney at Iron Belt Upson at Gile. End Here King and His Court to Appear In Northland's Show August 13 A softball doubleheader at Ran da field tonight and an Interstate Baseball league battle between the Royals and Monarchs here Sunday afternoon are the tw outstanding week end attractions for local sport fans. Tonight's softball double bil will feature the Norrie No. 2 team opposing the Northwestern Bar squad of Rhinelander at 8:30 under the lights at Randa field Aurora will play Yale in the firs: frame at 6:30. HAVE STRONG TEAM Annually one of the strongest 'earns in the Rhinelander area the Northwestern Bar outfit has a 5-2 record this season. Last year it tied with Tomahawk for first place in the Tri-County league. Listed on the roster of the Bar team are Eugene Reich, Bill Fischer, Weaver Carlson, R. Winquist, Dick Marks, Ray Warren, Bud Sackett, Albert Walkowski, TJahlon Horn, George Winquist, Harry Mitchell, and Gordon Winquist. Carlson, Warren, and R. Winquist have imposing batting averages of .423, .375, and .346, respectively. Marks and Warren haye performed here with the Rhinelander basketball team. Norrie will have either Dean Hoist or Clarence Kivi doing the pitching with "Weeps" Maki catching. MONARCHS SEEK REVENGE The Royals and Monarchs will square off at 2 tomorrow afternoon at the Monarch park in what should be one of the top Interstate games of the day. Fans are looking forward to a repetition of the thrilling battle staged by the two clubs at Gorrilla park during the first half of play. The Royals won that game and will be out to score their second win of the season over their city rivals. On the other hand, the Monarchs are determined to get revenge for that defeat. At the present time the Royals are pacing the western division of the league with a 9-2 record, while the Monarchs are tied with Gile for fourth place with a 6-4 mark. OTHER GAMES In other western division games tomorrow, Marenisco will be at Gile, Ramsay at Bessemer, and Wakefield at Hurley. Over in the eastern division of the Interstate loop five games are scheduled: Alston at Mass, Greenland at Bergland, Rockland at Ontonagon, Ewen at Trout Creek, and Watton at Bruce Crossing. Three games are slated for play in the Iron County Baseball league. Mercer will be host to Saxon in the circuit's outstanding v.amc of the day, while Gurney will be at Iron Belt, and Upson A four-man softball team tha has posted a record of 63 win and 14 losses--the present King and his Court team--will be th feature attraction Sunday nigh AugustJS at Northland field. The softball specialists are be ing sponsored by the Northland Sports club. Adding to this attraction, re ports the Northland club, is the fact that six additional lights are being installed on the prsent stan dards at the field. The additions will give the lighting system a to tal of 24 lights. According to recent informa tion, Eddie Reigner, pitcher foi the King and his Court, last week pitched two games blindfolded. In one of those he had 19 strike-outs, gave up a hit and three walks. In the other he fan ned 18, allowed a hit and walked none. The specialists are reported on their way to the Canadian inter national exposition at Toronto where they will meet last year's world champions, the Tip Top Tailors, in a three-game series. The King and his Court play regular Amateur Softball association rules, excepting if their fourth man comes to bat with his three mates on base. He continues at bat until a run scores or the side retired. Basically, here is how the four- man team operates: Catcher -- Determines how strong the batsman is, as to distance and location he can hit. He also sets up all steals. First Baseman--Makes all inside plays -and covers for the pitcher on added pitching dis- ;ance. Shortstop-- Makes all outside plays and covers for the pitcher and makes necessary long throws rom the field. Pitcher -- Governs the whole show. He sizes up the hitter--de- ermines if he is trying or is iretty well decided he hasn't a nance. He decides when to let a man score, ,hit, strikeout or bunt. He has signals for everything. Tigers Face Cuban Today Detroit--(iP--The unpredictable SOFTBALL SPECIALISTS -A feature attraction Sunday night August 13 at Northland field will be the King and his Court shown above. The softball specialists are led by Edward Feigner, pitcher, bottom in picture. Other mem- ers from top down are Meade N. Cinzer catcher, Kenneth G. White, irst baseman, Jerry E. Jones, util- ty, Gordon C. Meilicke, shortstop, 'hey field a four-man team, the ifth being a "spare." )etroit Tigers go on driving the orm players batty. Red Rolfe's league leaders, resh from a tremendous con- uest of the New York Yankees r hen disaster threatened, flub- ed, one off to the Washington enators last night. A 5 to 2 defeat, suffered in pite of 11 hits, left them one own to the Senators in the new cries although they still held the ead by two games. In an attempt to square it up e Tigers relied on Freddie iutchinson (11-6) in today's se- ond game. The Senators chose ne of their Cubans, Consuelo onsuegra (4-2). jit Gile. The Upson-Gilc Iron County league game and the Marenisco- (lile Interstate contest will be played as a doubleheader at the Montreal field. Upson and the younger Gile team are slated to s-quare off at 1 tomorrow afternoon and Marenisco and the Gile seniors are scheduled to get their tilt underway about 3. Tom O'Shanter Opens 3-Ring Golf Circus' Chicago--W--The $20,000 Tarn O'Shanter golf circus gets all three rings going at once today end the main attraction is British Open champion Bobby Locke, the disappearing man from South Africa. Locke, in his first American stroking since the 1949 U. S. Open and his release from the P. G. A. doghouse, shares favoritism with "home pro" Lloyd Mangrum in the all-American pro tourney which starts today. A field of 89 is in. the 72-hole pro showdown which launches its first 18-hole round concurrent with the third round of the All- American Women's Open and the second round of the All-American Amateur. The 29-player feminine All-American field moved into its third round with pro Babe Zaharias riding well ahead with a 3S-hole total of 146, six under woman's par. NWM Standings W L Kingston! 10 3 Niagara 8 5 JBessener Â· Â· Â» Â· Â· 7 5 Norway 7 6 Iron River -- 6 6 Iron Mountain . 5 8 Crystal Falls . . 4 9 Charming . . . 3 8 : Week End Norway 8, Crystal Falls 3. Iron River-Charming (Rain). Niagara 6, Iron Mountain 3. Bessemer 4, Kingsford 2. Game TUB Week End Â· Iron River at Iron Mountain. Niagara at Cfwplnj;- Kingston! at Crystal Falls. Mi Nanny. lEWSFAPESr By The Associated Press National League Batting -- Robinson, Brooklyn. .369; Musial, St. Louis. .359. Runs -- Torgeson, Boston, 80; Jones, Philadelphia, 75. Runs batted in--Ennis, Philadelphia, 93; Slaughter, St. Louis and Kiner. Pittsburgh. 81. Hits--Robinson, Brooklyn a n d Musial, St. Louis, 129. Doubles--Musial, St. Louis, 34; Robinson, Brooklyn 32. Triples -- Ashburn, Philadelphia, 12; Jethroe, Boston, 7. Home runs--Kiner, Pittsburgh, 29; Ennis, Philadelphia and Paf- ko, Chicago, 24. Stolen bases -- Jethroe, Boston 28; Reese, Snider and Robinson, Brooklyn, 9. Strikeouts--Spahn, Boston, 138; Blackwell, Cincinnati and Simmons, Philadelphia, 112. Pitching --Miller, Philadelphia, 10-2; .833; Maglei, New York, 8-3, .727. American League Batting--Kell, Detroit, .351; Doby, Cleveland, .349. Runs--Stephens, B Maggie, Boston, 83. .Runs batted in--Stephens, Boston, 103; Dropo, Boston, 102. ack Camp Wilson for Layne but /ilson refused to report to the 'anks. Mann has been a holdout with the Lions. Baseball Box Score AMERICAN LEAGUE WASHINGTON AB R H O Yost 3b 3 Mich's 2b 4 Noren ct 5 Ver'n Ib 5 Mele 1( if 4 Oritz rf 3 Coan If 1 Dcnte ss 4 Evan.s c 3 1 2 D 1 0 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 0 0 1 3 0 1 DETROIT AB R H O Kuzava p 4 0 0 Totals 36 11 Upon ss 5 (iiPriddy 2b 5 4|Kell 3b 7!Wertz rf 41 Evers If OlOroth cf lIKoll'y Ib 0 Swift o 4!,'-Keller OiRob'son e Oray p Stuarfc p e-Mullln 0 2 1 1 O 2 0 2 2 1 2 0 2 0 0 2 4 0 2 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Calvert p g-Berry 2 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 37 3 11 27 5 10 23 . Walked for Stuart In 7th. Â«--Plied out for Swift in 8th. g--Struck out for Calvcrt la 9th. Washington 003 002 000--5 Detroit 010 000 010--2 E--Michaels. Dente 2, Kolloway. RBI -Mele 3, Dcnte, Yost, Groth, Evers. 2B-- Ortiz, Dente, HR--Mele. S--Evans. DP-Yost, Michaels and Vernon: Kuzava, Michaels and Vernon: Prlddy and Lipon. LOB-Washington 8, Detroit 11. BB--Kuzava. 3, Gray 3, Calvert 1. SO--Kuzava 4, Gray HO--Gray 8 in 5 2-3 Innings; Stuart 1 In 1 1-3; Calvert I in 2. winner--KuiavÂ» (6-7). Loser--Gray (10-5). New York 000 010 000--1 Cleveland 000 000 000--0 Batteries: Raschi and Berra; Feller and Hegan. Boston 002 000 000 0--2 Chicago 000 000 200 1--3 Batteries: Nixon. Parnell and Roaar; Holcombc, Scarborough and Masi. Winning pitcher, Scarborough; loser. Parnell. Philadelphia 004 030 600--12 St. Louis . . . , 300 200 220--9 Batteries: Brissie, Hooper and Tip ton; Dorish, Brunei-, Johnson, Starr, PUette and Lollar. Winning pitcher, Hooper: loser, Bruner. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis 000 002 000--2 Philadelphia 000 200 O2x--4 Batteries; Poliet and Bice; Roberts and Seruinick. Cincinnati (too 100 000--1 Brooklyn 020 ill 20x--7 Batteries: Raffensberger. Fox and Landrith; Newcombe and Carnpanelra. Losing pitcher, Ralfensberger. Chicago 000 000 002-- 2 Boston 306 000 02x--10 Batteries: Rush, Oublel. Leonard and Sawatski; Spahn and Cooper. Losing pltche. Rush. Pittsburgh 001 001 000--2 New York 000 000 OJÂ«--3 RH- rvi i B Â«Â«eries: Law. Dlckson and McCul- , BB, 11- lough: Kramer, Koslo, Jones and Westrum. Winning pitcher, Jones; loser. Law. Cleveland, a club that, may have a lot to do with the Detroit's finish in the American league, will meet the Tigers in five of the last eight games on the Detroit schedule. . . Three of those battles will be in Cleveland, the last two (September 30 and October 1 will be in Detroit. It was Cleveland last year that killed Tiger chances for a third-place finish. A happy note for the Detroit crowd iÂ» the fact that the Tiger* will play 21 of September game* (including the October I finale) at home. . . . Only lix during the month will be on the road, according to the ichedule. . . Besides three at Cleveland the Tiger* will play three at Chicago. Michigan's trout planting, re- Jorts the conservation department, is ahead of last year this ;ime by about 55,000. . . Through July of this year, hatchery crews lad planted 755,000 legal-s i z e trout in designated trout lakes md streams. . . The northern Jower Peninsula got more than half, 437,000. . . The Upper Pen- nsula got 185,000 and the southern Lower Peninsula 133,000. . . Before last year's planting season was over, crews planted a new record total of 1,068,000 legal-size trout. A Notre Dame announcement the other day reported another first in Irish history. It was to the effect that the Irish game with Michigan State at South Bend October 28 was a sell-out already. STANDINGS By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 'hiladelphia ...61 Boston 56 Brooklyn 54 St. Louis 54 'Jew York 48 Chicago 41 Cincinnati 39 Pittsburgh 34 Yesterday's FUullii Philadelphia 4 night). 40 41 40 44 47 54 58 63 .604 .577 3 .574 3V4 .551 5V4 .505 10 .432 17 .402 20 .351 25 If* the first time in history . that ha* happened in August when th* foe has been a mid- west college. . . There was no public sale of tickets for the game. . . Thousands of advance order* came from university alumni, families and students. The football game at Columbus November 25 between the Big Ten's co-champions, Michigan and Ohio State, has been sold out too, according to an announcement from Michigan Athletic Director Fritz Crisler. . . . The distribution of the last of the 82,000 tickets for the came marks Michigan's first slll-out of the 1950 season. . . Michigan plays its three big ones away this year--Army at Yankee stadium October 14, Minnesota at Minneapolis October 28 and Ohio State. Don't forget the Old Timer Softball league's all-star game at Northland field next Wednesday night between the "inner*" and the "outers.". . . The main event starts at 8:30 following a preliminary between two Intercity Softball league teams. . . Roland Richards who play* fpr Smeeths it another star for' the "timers". . . His name wa* omitted inadvertently ia the first listing of the talent. Odds 'n ends, ball teams are About 25 soft- entered in the district tourney which opens at Escanaba .next .Wednesday. . . The Iron Mountain district play, winding up this week had 18 entries in two classes. . . The fourth annual Michigan H i g h School Athletic association's 'summer coaching school opens Monday at Marquette. . . Another is starting August 14 at Mt. Pleasant for the Lower U. P. Ironwood's basketball coach S. F. Goedde will speak on "Offenses and Defenses" at the Marquette meet. . .New football and basketball films will be shown there. St. Louis 2 Hits--Kell, Detroit, zuto, New York, 127. 140; Riz Harry Coveleski Dies, Former Tiger Pitcher Shamokin, Pa.--1*1--Harry Triples -- Doerr, Boston and Coveleski, former major league - Â· Â· - - - - pitcher with t h e Philadelphia Phillies, Cincinnati Reds and De- Doubles--Kell, Detroit, 32; Zar-; ilia, Boston, 24. Woodling, New York, 9. G. Home runs--Rosen, Cleveland, 29; Williams and Dropo, Boston! lroit Tigers, 'died yesterday at 25. the age of 64. Stolen bases -- DiMaggio Bos- i Coveleski joined the Phillies ton, 11; Valo, Philadelphia, 8. " 19oa Strikeouts-- Lemon, Cleveland, . . . . Noithtni League Games 17-4, .810; Wynn, Cleveland. 11-5, ! B 7 ri *"Â· Associated Press ""Â· Brooklyn 7, Cincinnati 1 (night). Boston 10 Chicago 2 (night). New York 3, Pittsburgh night). omorrow's Schedule St. Louis at Philadelphia (2)-11:30 a. m .and 1:30 p. m. Chicago at Boston (2)--11:30 a m. and 1:30 p. m. Cincinnati at Brooklyn--12:05 p. m. Pittsburgh at New York (2-12:05 p. m. and 2 p. m. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Detroit 62 35 GB Pet. .639 .612 .610 .560 .469 16V4 .402 2 2V4 New York 61 38 Cleveland 61 39 Boston 56 44 Washington 45 51 Chicago 41 61 Philadelphia ...36 64 .360 27W St. Louis 34 64 .347 28 V4 Yesterday's Results Washington 5 Detroit 2 (night). New York 1 Cleveland 0 (night). Chicago 3, Boston 2 (night--10 innings). Philadelphia 12 St. Louis 9 (night). Tomorrow's Schedule Washington at Detroit--2 p. m. New noon. York at Cleveland--12 Boston at Chicago (2)--12:30 p. m. and 2:30 p. m. Philadelphia at St. Louis--1:30 p. m. llth Louisville Gains Lead In Association Race By The Associated Press Bob Alexander won his game of the season last night to give Louisville a 7-4 win over St. Paul and a two-game lead in the hot American association race. Third .place Minneapolis downed the runner-up Indianapolis COMING TO IRON MOUNTAIN--The Green Bay Packers will be well represented in the eollem all-stargameagainst the Philadelphia Eagles in Chicago Friday night, August 11. Thefour were preked by the Packers in the college draft last January and three of them kre signed from left to right includes Gordon Soltau, Minnesota end and kicking specialist; Willie Leon Oklahoma guard; Larry Coutre, Notre Dame back; and Clayton Tonnemaker, Minnesotai center still unsigned The quartet will be at Iron Mountain for the Packer intra-squad game ori' Meyers, Rigoni's Lead Loop; 18 Second-Half Games Remain The two divisions in the secon half play in the Intercity Soft ball league are led by Meyer and Rigoni's, both unbeaten'. A total of 18 games remains to be played in the second roucc Twelve jof these will be playe next week, weather and other con ditions permitting. Managers of league teams ar asked to~get their back games numbering six,- played off a their earliest convenience, tbi coming week if possible. .Division winner will meet t decide the championship of th Indians 4-2. Toledo defeated Kansas City, 3-2, behind the steady pitching of Dick Marlowe. Joe Ginsberg tripled home the winning run in the eighth. Columbus and Milwaukee were idle. Pilots Turn Prophet On Pennant Forecasts' New York--Wl--Three major league managers came up with revised predictions today on the hot pennant races. Casey Stengel of the New York Yankees said he figured the Cleveland Indians over Detroit as the toughest contender in the American league. Burt Shotton of the Brooklyn Dodgers called Philadelphia the "team to beat" in the National while Pittsburgh's Billy Meyer termed it a three-team scramble among the Phillies, Dodgers and St. Louis Cardinals. Raschi Checks Indians by 1-0 By The Assoiated Pzes* The New York Yankees cele brated their escape from Detro by stopping red hot Clevelan Friday 1-0. As the Tigers bowed to Washington in another gam on the all-night schedule, 5-2, De troit's lead was sliced to 2 games Vic Ras,chi helped the Yank regain second place with a dazz ling performance before 66,74 fans, biggest night crowd of th major league season. Rasch earning his 13th win, allowed bu three singles. Bobby Feller Wiggled in ant out of several tight spots bu escaped every time--except th fifth. With one out, Raschi dou bled and took third on Gen Woodling's single. Raschi wa out at the plate on an attempted squeeze play but Hank Baue singled off Joe Gordon's glove scoring Woodling with the lone run. Chico Carrasquel, hitting safely in his 23rd straight game, scored the winning run in the tenth in ning for Chicago's 3-2 nod over Boston. Joe Erautt's single of reliefer Mel Parnell told the story Sam Chapman hit a grand slam homer and Ferris Fain homerec with two on for Philadelphia's 12-9 decision over St. Louis in their battle for the American league cellar. Results of Fights By The Associated Press Hollywood, Calif. -- Clarence Henry, 186, Los Angeles, knocked out Rusty Payne, 182, San Diego, 1. Ntew Orleans-- Tommy Campbell, 137, Rock Island, 111., out- pointed Gene Burton, 144. N e w York, 10. Twin State Standings w Florence 11 Gibbs City . 8 Stambaugh . 7 Caspian .... 6 Amasa 7 Watersmeet 5 Gaastra 3 Alpha 1 Result* Last Sunday Amasa 8, Gibbs City 4. Game* Tomorrow Amasa at Alpha. Gibbs City at Stambaugh. Gaastra at Caspian. Florence at Watersmeet. L 1 5 5 5 6 7 9 10 Ironwood Beats Park Falls 3-7, Ties Hurley for 2nd in League M-W STANDINGS (1950 final) W Wakefielk 8 Hurley 6 Ironwood 6 Park Falls 5 Bessemer 4 Ashland 1 - L 2 4 4 5 6 9 .688. Lions Send Bob Mann To Yanks for Layne Ypsilanti--IfW-The Detroit Lions of the National Football league last night sent Bob Mann, pass snagging end once of Michigan, to the New York Yanks. Mann went to the New Yorkers in payment for Bobby Layne quarterback now with the Lions Originally the Lions traded full- ri Both Wisconsin teams in the Northern baseball league s p l i t doubleheaders Friday. Superior lost an opening game to St. Cloud 5-3 but took the second 4-3. Eau Claire edged Duluth 8-7 and lost a nightcap 3-1. In other games, FargoVMoor- head and Aberdeen split a twin bill, 3-2 and 0-5, and Sious Falls defeated Grand Forks 7-3. A 3-1 triumph in the final 1950 Michigan - Wisconsin conference baseball game Friday brought Ironwod a tie for second place in the standings 7 Ironwood scored the victory at Park Falls with Billy Hendrickson pitching one-hit ball. Hurleys for Park Falls were almost equally effective in the loop's finale. Off N. Thibideau and H. White Ironwood only got two hits, one a single by Jim Rowe, the other a double by Oscar Frangquist, in that order in the sixth inning. Both scored and Ironwood added its third tally in the seventh. A couple of Ironwood errors in the fourth enabled Park Falls to score its only and unearned run. Hendrickson fanned 10 in the game and walked none. Park Falls pitchers struck out three, walked three and hit three batters. Ironwood made two errors, Park Falls one. Wakefield took the 1950 championship of the conference which was jointly defended this year by Ironwood and Hurley. This year's play marked an addition of Ashland and Park Falls to the conference. Mickey's Rondevoo SL. Hurley Air-Conditioned Dining Room THE FINEST FOR Sea Foods-Italian Dinners Steaks-Regular Dinners Â· Also __YOB* Favorite Bevenms The Funniest Film Surprise in 5 Yearsl mONWOOD-SuN.-Mon.-Tvi*. Mid-Summer Tune-Up Time! Time to drive in for that midsummer motor check-up. Our experts, who with years of experience, will check up that ol' auto in no time at all --and, at reasonable prices, too. Stop in right now--don't hesitate! FA MOTORS East of Sport Bowl U. AUAIA Badger Legion Play Menasha, Wis.--(/P)--The state junior American Legion baseball tournament moves into semi-final play tonight with defending champion Beloit facing De Pere and Racine opposing Menasha. Top game on Friday's opening card was Beloit's 2-1 victory over La Crosse, with pitcher Frank Shafer singling home the winning run in the 10th inning. In the other first round games, DePere pasted Marshfield, 14-5; Racine belted Superior, 10-1, and Menasha defeated Marinette, 8-2. Yesterday's Stars By Th* Associated Press Batting--Granville H a m n e r , Phillies--tripled with two on to score tie-breaking runs of Phils' 4-2 edge over St. Louis. Pitching--Vic Raschi, Yankees --shut out Cleveland with three singles, 1-0. second round. Winner of this playoff will meet NASC 1 for . the league's 1950 honors. Intercity teams are reminded that the district tourney opens here Monday night August 14. Scheduling of back games that week may be difficult. HOW THEY STAND Division A W L Meyers 2 0 NASC 1 3 1 Yale 2 2 Aurora 0 2 Finns 0 2 Northland 0 0 Wakefield . . . (no credit) Back Games To Co Finns vs Northland Aurora vs Meyers Meyers vs Northland Northland vs NASC 1 Divison B W L Rigoni's 5 0 Hurley 2 2 NASC 2 2 2 North Ironwood . 2 2 Moose 1 2 Montreal 1 3 Ski Club 0 2 Back Games To Go Hurley vs Ski Club Ski Club vs Moose NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE Monday Ski club vs Montreal at Olivei Wakefield vs Yale at Rigoni's Northland doubleheader: 1--Meyers vs Finns 2--Aurora vs Northland Tuesday North Ironwood at Rigoni's NASC 2 vs Moose at Oliver Wednesday Northland vs Yale at Rigoni's Aurora vs Finns at Oliver Thursday Ski Club at North Ironwood Hurley vs Moose at Oliver Randa field doubleheader: 1--NASC 2 vs Montreal 2--Wakefield vs NASC 1 (Week's byes were drawn by NASC 1, Meyers, Hurley and Rigoni's). Hoeft Pays $20 Fine Richmond, Ind.-- W)--It cost young Bill Hoeft J20 Friday be- zause he took time off from pitch- Ing baseballs and tossed a few firecrackers. Hoeft, the 17-year-old Oshkosh, ffis., high school pitching ace, was fined $10 plus $10 costs on a charge of illegal use of fireworks by city judge Andrew Her- its. : irst Channel Try Dover, Eng.--lf-- Rou Sutter, irst swimmer to attempt the English channel this summer, ;ave up early this morning after in hour and a half in the water. Wutter, 31, a Texas, developed cramp in his leg, was picked p by his escorting boat and rought into Dover. Conditions for the swim were avorable with almost no wind. HALL OF FAME Los Angeles--Thirteen all-time wimming greats--10 men and iree women -- were accorded Helms Fall of Fame honors. Thoroughbred trainer Sunny im Fitzsimmons has 17 grand-,._.. _. ,,,, ,, .,, nildren and seven great grand. | call me a profiteer. I'm lUcky hildren. Fitz, now 76, began | make ends meet in baseball these alloping horses in 1885. idays." NOTICE! MEETING MONDAY AUGUST 7-8 P.M. LUNCH IRONWOOD V.F.W. POST 1823 To protect the engine of your cor Watch Your OIL FILTER Your ear's oil filter or filter element should be replaced every 5,000 miles . . . more often In dusty areas. Why not eome In and let us check the condition of your car's oil filter? THE BEST SERVICE IS THE SAFEST. . . AND THE CHEAPEST, TOO! MiLAVETZ Ill B. LOWELL ST. nOKWOOD AUTO CO. PHOmtM Roberts, Spahn Post 14th Wins By JACK HAND Associated PceM Spesss Writer Robin Robert* looks like the Phillies' first ao-game winner since the good old days of Grover Cleveland Alexander. With old Alex reeling- oft SI wins, the Phils copped their first and only pennant for Pat Moran in 1915. Alex repeated with S3 in 1916 and 30 in 1917 but the Phils didn't. Now comes Roberts, a 23-year- old lad from Michigan State, driving the Phils toward another flag. With Curt Simmons heading off to war, a heavy burden rests on Roberts' shoulder*. So far he has shown no signs of saggutg. Roberts hung up hi* 14th vie- , tory last Bight with a five-hitter ' against the St. Louis Card*. 4-2. He took a 27-inning scoreless string into the game and carried it to Â·J2 3-4 before Enos Slaughter hit a two-run homer in the sixth Inning. It was a new season high of shut-out pitching. Granny Hamner tripled with two on in the eighth to score the tie-breaking runs. Del Ennis and Dick Sisler nicked Howie Pollet for singles with two out before Hamner came through. fj h % Vi SÂ£7 was most ""Portent for the Phils, opening a five- game set with the ever-dangerous Cardinals. Eddie Sawyer's hustling kids, winning 19 of their last M games, now boast a three- game lead over Boston. Warren Spahn kept the Boston rayes.in second place with his 14th win, a four-hitter over Chicago 10-2. The lefthander shut out the Cubs until the ninth when they bunched two hits with two walks for their only runs. Spahn also chipped in with two hits. Brooklyn, like Boston, moving at a seven-out-of -eight pace scorched Cincinnati, 7-1, for Don Newcombe's llth win. Two doubles and a single by Peewee Reece Dlus a double and two singlM by Carl Furilla led the attack off .oser Ken Rarfensberger. Whitey Lockman'* single with :he bases loaded in the eighth lelped the New York Giant* e'dge ittsburgh, 3-2, for their llth win n 12 starts. When Pittsburgh filled the bases with one out in the ninfe. reliefer Dave Koslo made pinch- ' hitter Ray Mueller hit into a game-ending double play. Griffith Criticized Washington -- Oft -- Senator Langer (R-ND) yesterday hurled the word "profiteer" at President Clark Griffith of the Washington Senators. Griffith promptly denied it. Langer told the Senate Griffith was a "disgrace to American sports" because he had announced that split admissions will be charged at day-night doubleheaders with the New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers her* this month. Said Griffith: "If he knew what I've 4ooe for wounded soldiers, he wouldn't say those, things. And he can't NEWSPAPER!
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