Intelligencer Journal from Lancaster, Pennsylvania on July 18, 1950 · 15
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DAILY INTELLIGENCER JOURNAL, LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY JULY 18, 1950-15 Cubs, Pafko, Red Sox Dropo Making Big Noise In Major Leagues Batting Derby Jackie Robinson Still Retains N.L. Lead; George Kell Threatened By Boston Slugger w " New York (P) Jackie Robinson of the I Chicago (cP) George Kell is the Araeri- Brooklyn Dodgers continued to lead the Na- can Leagues top batter for the third straight tional League batting derby Monday, but it week with .358 but the Detroit third base-was Andy Fafko, the Chicago Cubs handy man is being pressed more and more by man, who snatched last weeks spotlight. (rookie Walt Dropo of Boston. In addition to making a sparkling. game saving catch in the All-Star classic, .Pafko had enough left to carve out a torrid 11 hits in 18 at bats in regular play. It gave him a seasons mark of .338 a boost of 22 points and left the Chicago outfielder in third place in batting, 18 points behind ltobin-ion's leading .356 mark. Stanley Musial, the St. Louis Cardinals one-man gang, held the No. 2 slot, though slipping two points to .348, New Yorks Whitey Lockman, recovering from an appendectomy, still was fourih, with his .332. Dick Sisler of Philadelphia picked up five points to increase his fifth-place mark to .330. Figures include games of Sunday, July 16. Pittsburghs Ralph Kiner, as Q.ted, wields tae loop's b i g baTrThe slugging Pirate outfielder is the pace-setter in home runs, with 25, and runs batted in, with 69. Robinsons 26 doubles leads that department. Philadelphias Richie Ashburn, with seven, is first in triples, while teammate Willie Jones has tallied the most runs 65. Duke Snider of Brooklyn is the lone member of the 100-hit club," having smacked an even 100 safeties to lead all hitters. Carl Fu-nllo, also of Brooklyn, has 99. JETHROE HAS 24 STEALS Sam Jethroe, Bostons fleet fly-chaser, is tops in stolen bases with 24. His superiority is such that runnerup Pee Wee Reese of Brooklyn has pilfered only seven sacks. Bob Miller, though beaten Sun-lay by Chicago for the first loss 3f his big league career, neverthe-.ess still is No. 1 in pitching per-entage. The Philadelphia righthander has compiled an 8-1 slate or a .889 mark. ' . x s Andy Pafko BOB HOPE TO TRY FOR USGA TOURNEY BERTH New "York WP) Taking a tip from his friendly rival, Bing Crosby, who played in the British ania-eur, comedian Bob Hope has filed lisntry for the United States inLJur golf championship. ; Hope, an official of the Western Golf Association and a member of he U. S. G. A. Golf House fund committee, will compete in the sec-, tional qualifying round at Los Angeles, Aug. 8. 1 ANGLERS ALMANAC JULY Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa !3 J24 2 5 p2 62 72 S2 9 LO' to SO tO 100,0 30T31 OO SUSQUEHANNA OUTLOOK (Monday, July 17) Columbia River cloudy, normal stage. Catties reported biting. Safe Harbor Dam River clear. Few catches of catties and walleyes reported. Pequea River cloudy, normal stage. Many catches of bass and catties during the day. Bass averaging 10 inches. Holtwood Dam Rive,r low and fairly clear. No anglers in area during day and no catches reported. Fishing Creek River normal. Several boats out with catches of a few walleyes and cdtties reported. Peach Bottom River clear. Many catties caught during day.' Bass also hitting with one catch measuring 2W inches. Conowingo Dam River clear. Many anglers on hand and numerous hauls of catties reported. Dropo, brilliant young Red Sox. first baseman, gained nine points in games through Sunday while Kell, 1949 American League batting1 champion, fell seven points. Dropos average is .352. Kell has nose dived from .375 two weeks ago. , In third place, seven points behind Kell, is Clevelands Larry Doby with .351. The Indian outfielder also is in a minor slump, having slipped from .352 a week ago and .377two weeks ago. LEHNER MOVES UP Newest mid-Summer addition to the first 10 is outfielder Paul Leh-!ner of Philadelphia. He is hitting .319 to rank ninth among the circuits mightiest batters. Other leading hitters ate Walter (Hoot) Evers, Detroit, .335; A1 Za-rilla, Boston, .333; Dom DiMaggio, j Boston, .322; Bob Dillinger, Philadelphia, .321; Ted Williams, Bos-1 ton, .321; Lehner, .319, and Phil IRizzuto, New York, .318. Vem Stephens of Bostoi leads with most runs, 77. He is tied with ! Dropo in most runs batted in, 90. j Williams shares the home run lead with A1 Rosen of Cleveland, I with 25. 1 Kell has the most hits, 116, and Dillinger the most triples, 9. Di-iMaggio has the most stolen bases, 9. MC DERMOTT TOP HURLER Southpaw Maurice McDermott of Boston is the leading pitcher with five victories and one defeat for Tuesdays Local SPORTS LINEUP BASEBALL INTERSTATE 1EAGIE Lanranter Robm at HarrUbnrf CITY JR. LEGION LEAGIE Seventh Hard ti, Pant 161, FAM No. I. Elk' vo. Toil SI, FAH No. 9. AMVFT Raptcro vt. F.O.F., Geo. Wa'hinrton. COINTY JR. IFGION LEAGIE (Sertion n Elitabethtown at Quarryville, Miller'villo at Marietta. ML Joy at Maytoaa. eeUoa ) Paradiite at Manbetm. Lititx at Ephrata. Kant I'eter'burr at New Holland. MAMIFIH 1HP. MIDGET LEAGIE NefNville at Eden. Grandview at hat Peterburr. Brerht at Stomae. Sixth Hard at Hhite Sox, SOFTBALL FAKVI.M LEARIE SI. Jo. va. I ACC, Diamond Katies va. Jeaish Center, No. S. YWCA CH1RCH LEAGIF. St. Paulo ME. va. Braad St Edw. Hand. First Reformed va. St. Paul'a EAR at Goo. Washington. St. Luke's va. hurch of God. at F4M. INDt S TRIAL LEAGIE Hohlov vt. Rotail Clorka, at Hubley. Lehith va. Borka, at Lehith. Armstrong vs. Landis, at I-AM. CITY LITHERAN BOYS I.EAGLE Trinity va. Grace, at 6th Ward. , RANGERS SHOMO BEATS 7TH WARD, 5-0, ON 3-HITTER Bob Shomo tossed a neat three' hitter Monday evening to strength' en the front-running AMVET Ran' gers City Junior Legion League position. He blanked the Seventh Ward, 5-0. In other loop frays the Elks thumped the Maltas, 13 - 6, and St. Joe bumped the Optimists, 9-7. AMYETS Ranrers abho a Brbaker 2b 4 2 0 2 an average of .833. Detroits Ted Fhck'ss Gray is runnerup with 10 victories Tracey rf and three defeats for .769. DELAYED PURSE TAKES WALCOTT TO GERMANY Fencil cf Storkb'r If Rohrer 3b Schuler c Shomo p 7th Ward ab h o s young rf 3 13 0 T Sauciers c 3 0 7 2 Mowrer If 2 110 Ritsehey 3b 2 1 0 0 Merkel ss 3 0 0 1 Frey p 3 0 0 6 Aument lb 2 0 9 0, 3 2 112 Rutter rf 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 J Soud's 2b 2 1 0 0 Brown p .10 0 0 Totals 317 217 AM VETS 7TH WARD ... R Brubaker, bauer, Rohrer. i . New York UP) Heavyweight Jersey Joe Walcott flew to Germany Monday to clear up "certain technicalities" holding up his $27,-000 purse. That was the sum the Camden. N. J., veteran was supposed to get 'par son sb for beating Germanys Hein Ten - er c 2B Schuler. BB Frey SO Frey 7, Shomo 13. Totals 23 3 21 9 000 820 05 . , ftftO 000 00 Flick, Fencil, Stork-E Workel. F. Souders. 3, Shomo 4. Hoff in Mannheim last May 28. R Z gan If Morgan rf Walcott said he didnt expect to 2b encounter any difficulty in collect-Treier p ing a. G.Z gan lb Walcott said he would discuss terms for a bout there with Conny Rux, the young German heavyweight. June Honaman Defeats Nancy Paden To Win Womens Singles Crown In Tourney Here Elks ab h o a 2 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 4 3 11 3 2 3 0 2 14 0 0 0 0 0 3 10 0 2 110 4 111 114 1 Malta ab h o a Smith p ss 3 3 2 2 Wentzel cf 3 0 0 0 Cheney If 3 2 3 0 Peftlev 3b 3 3 11 Hk p ss 1b 3 0 3 0 Simon 2b 0 0 0 0 Johr.n lb c 2 0 8 0 W Groff c p 2 0 1 0 Frank rf 3 2 0 0 Totals ELKS MALTA 24 10 18 3 Totals 23 10 18 1 nos nii13 102 102 R Smith 2, Zangari, J. Groff, Painter 2, Harrison 2. Fetter 2. Chenev, Peff-i ley, Johnson. Coe, Aberts 2, Tnev. W ! Groff, Frank 3B Fetter. BB Groff 4, Trier 3 SO Groff 2, Trier 2, Smith 2, Hershock 1. I TIME OUT! By Jeff Keate St. Jne Optimists ab h o a abho a Ressel c 2 1 7 1 W Jones 3b 3 1 2 0 Snader ss 3 2 1 1 R Ganse p 3 1 1 0 Rkard lb p 3 0 S 0 S Hall lb 2 0 5 0 Yarnell 3b 3 1 0 0 H Dunkle c 3 0 6 0 Wagner p 4 1 2 3 D Ganse rf 2 0 2 0 Houck If 3 0 1 0 H Keays ss 2 1 0 2 T TI . .. ., Pyott rf 2 110 Woife cf 2 0 10 June Honaman captured the Ranck cf 1 o o o Bomb'r if 3110 women's singles crown in the Snyder 2b 2 0 11 Groff 2b 3 0 0 1 Closed Tennis atmn3pc0 1 0 0 Lancaster County Tournament at the Lancaster Tennis Club Monday afternoon, defeated top-seeded Nancy Paden, 2-6, 6-4, 6-4. Mrs. Honaman succeeds Mary Coulter, who did not defend her crown this year. Darkness called a halt before the mens singles championship could be decided Monday. Frank Zink was leading Harold Fellen-baum, 4-6, 63, 62, 1 3 when the match was halted. They will re sume playing this Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. Elizabethtown and Marietta won Play also continued Monday in a pair of makeup engagements mens doubles with Bill Kahl and played in Section 1 of the County Earl Koth defeating Elwood Snyj Junior Legirn Baseball League der and Gene Barber, 6-2, 6-1, in Monday evening. Don Kugle tossed a semi-finals engagement. The oth-ja two-hitter as the Mariettans stop-- --u J- u:- 'ped Maytown, 5-3, while E-town er semifinal match in this event will be held this Tuesday evening when Gene Crider and Frank Zink go against Murray Gould and Ralph Engstrom. blanked Mount Joy, 3-0. you doing wrong aside ball? from missing MIDGET BASEBALL NEW ERA MIDGET TOURNAMENT Mount Joy 4, Litits Sports Club 2. Elizabethtown I ab h o a Lambert rf 4 2 1 0 , Beinhr cf 2 110 jChittum p 3 10 0 I Chapn 3b 3 111 ' Achorn c 3 17 2 J.Ruth'd ss 2 0 1 2 i Haines 2b 3 2 14 Wara'r lb 3 19 0 J Ruthd If 10 0 0 Hess if 10 0 0 Totas 25 9 2 1 9 Totals 25 4 18 5 E LIZ 4 BETH TO HN 2IK) 100 8 MT. JOY 000 000 00 R Beinhauer. Outturn. Waivamaker E J. Rutherford. McSue, Brown 2B Mt. Jot abho e Hear 2b 3 0 0 0 Wilson lb 3 0 5 0 McCue p 3 2 11 Shupp ss 3 0 0 1 Bown c 3 17 1 Strickler 3b 3 0 4 1 Boyd If 2 0 0 0 Cl nger rf 3 110 Myers cf 2 0 0 1 AMVETS MIDGET-MIDGET LEAGIE Millers ville 200 21 5 E. End Panthers .Vt 04-4! I Achorn. BB McCue 4, Chittum 1. SO Stiegeiman and Oette,; Bern and . McC ue, g Chlttum 8 . Stumpf. 1 MANHE1M TWP. MIDGET-MIDGET LEAGIE Sto-Mae . . 302 AO A 6 Blo.mintdale 100 10 2 S 0 Brenneman and Charles. Frey and Graeff. Brerht Sixth Ward Brought and Hanna. Resch; 250 Warfel LANCASTER COI NTY MIDGET LEAGl E Millersville .... 071 II IS 7 0 Marietta 401 00 56 Benedict and Urey, Druck. A Kurile and Pen ell. I Marietta I ibh o i C Sar't If 3 10 0 I Bauser n 2b 3 1 1 1 P.Collar 3b 3 0 10 (Bradley 3b 110 2 1L Sar't lb 2 12 0 McFar'd lb 10 4 0 j Bov le ss 4 0 0 1 . Banner cf anJ Cline c 2 0 3 2 : Hetrick e 2 17 0 Smith rf 10 0 0 R Collar rf 10 0 0 Kugle p 4 0 0 0 Maytown ab h o a Warner 3b 3 0 0 1 Sweeney cf 2 0 0 0 Dresner 2b 4 12 3 Brandt If 4 0 2 1 S Mury rf 000 H. Mur'y ss 3 0 2 4 Shell r c 3 0 5 0 4 13 0 Seamaer lb 2 1 10 1 E. Mur y p 3 0 0 1 Baseballs Ivory Hunters Stalking County First Of Three Talent Schools Opens At Stumpf Field Today If thars any baseball gold to be had in these hyar parts this season its alm:st bound to be panned out by three big league baseball clubs who have scheduled schools in the county during the next few weeks. Coming into the county this Summer to look over youthful diamond talent will be the Brooklyn Dodgers and the St. Louis Cardinals of the National League, and the Philadelphia Athletics of the American League. Brooklyn will be the first, opening a three-day tryout camp at Stumpf Field, home of the Lancaster Red Roses, this Tuesday morning. Dodgers Scouts Phil Weinert and Ray Welsh and Roses Manager Ed Head will be in charge of the camp. All sessions start promptly at 9:30 a. m. Any youngster, excepting high school undergraduates or others ineligible under baseball law, is invited to attend. Players attending must bring their own shoes, gloves and uniforms. Other expenses incidental to attendance will be refunded all players signed by the Brooklyn organization. Next Monday and Tuesday, July 24 and 25, the St. Louis Cardinals move into the Ephrata War Memorial Field in Ephrata to conduct tryouts under veteran Scouts C. S. "Pop Kelchner, of Lebanon, John Brackenridge and Jerry Mtherman. All boys in the area between the ages of 17 and 23 are invited to attend the drills which get underway at 11 a. m. each day. They are asked to bring shoes, gloves and uniforms. Finally, August 3, 4 and 5 will find the Philadelphia Athletics conducting a baseball school at the Manor - Millersville High School. Ira Thomas and Jack Coombs will be in charge of this school. Sessions here get underway at 9:30 a. m. each day. wnv. WILL-IE THROW-ER? HE SURE WILL Passing parade in collegiate football this Fall may include Willie Thrower, New Kensington, Pa., all-state prospect who passed his prep team to two state titles. Willie, a Michigan State back, has huge hands which enable him to take this grip on the ball. Robinson Says He Wont Appear For Scranton Bout Wed. Scranton, Pa. (P) Sugar Ray Robinson faces suspension, fine and a probable damage suit if he goes through with his announced intention of not defending the Pennsylvania version of the middleweight boxing title against Jose Basora here Wednesday. , Robinson, also the worlds welterweight champion, said Monday he would nt appear for the 15-round fight in Scranton Stadium after he had been pronounced physically fit OlDvnbia ... Manbetm Fora and Mortart; 009 292 900 00 9 Totals MARIETTA .. M4YTOWN R C. Sargent, Hetrick, Kagif, 316 218 Total .212 2110 !9 101 15 019 900 t 3 Bauserman, Banner, Warner, S Murpnv, OUTBOARD BOATING CLUB ENTRIES PLACE IN TWO REGATTAS . , Seamen E Bauserman 2, L Sargent, MiLer and Ku.p. 1 Bovie, Warnvr, Smrenev 3 2B C. Sar- gert, Bradlev. BB K'.gie 2. E. Morphy 4. SO Kug.e 11. E. Murphy 2. Sports Forum CRITICIZES FISH STOCKING PROGRAM Sports Editor, Intell Journal; Before the construction of dams the excessive amount of native fish reared in their natural breeding grounds, kept a continuous succession of fish migrating to deeper waters, and as the fish were being well supplied with sufficient natural food coming from the multitude of small tributaries there were no stunted fish, the latter being cannibalistic, nature had been prepared to achieve a balance among fish and. natural food, and as the survival of fish depend upon the amount of food available, the amount of fish taken out of a stream as fishing pressure increased would leave more food for those fish remaining and the more food they have the faster and larger they grow. The most important factor to enable nature to function and furnish our streams with an abundance of fish had been the great distance the fish would travel through shallow water to reach a suitable location where their offspring would least be molested by the large fish. In an attempt at offsetting the loss by dams, the dumping of hatchery bred fish into the head waters of our streams that had fed upon the spawn and offspring of our native fish, was an important factor to speed the dwindling supply of fish in our streams, and nullify the value of shallow waters as breeding grounds for our native fish. In 1927 the power companies representatives were ready and willing to commence the construction of two fishways one to be constructed on each side of the Conowingo dam on the Susquehanna river, and N. R. Buller who was Commissioner of Fisheries of Pennsylvania at that time, told them his experience with fishways at Holtwood had led him to the conclusion that any money spent in the construction of a fishway no matter how good the design may be, is clearly a waste of money, the fishway he designed and had installed at Holtwood shows what little knowledge he had of nature, especially the habits of the fish, the kind of current, alluring, and necessary for their ability to swim through with ease. After I saw the fishways at Holtwood, and being unable to ex-t periment with shad at a large stream, I decided to do some experimental work in a small stream with a miniature fishway and dam built to correspond to size of stream and small inhabitant fish. The way the small fish seemed to enjoy traveling back and forth through the fishway was amazing. I found it had met the approval of nature, an experience no other inventor of a fishway can claim. If this fishway was installed in a large stream it would prove to be a success as it is the only design that the fish would be able to swim through the deep channel or fishway with ease and without exposure. This fishway is comparatively inexpensive to install, no royalties must be paid for use- of same, after I had it patented N. R. Buller told me there was no use for a fishway as he would be able to raise enough fish at hatcheries to place at the head of our stream, and it seems it is an established practice to continue that promise regardless of its failure. All articles of importance in reference to our natural resources and to return our streams to their former value of fish production are transmitted to N. R. Buller whose knowledge of aquatic life has also been acquired by artificial culture efforts of raising fish at hatcheries. Natural food or bait of all kind had been able to multiply rapidly in our small streams because they were isolated from the voracious fish, and instead of being of aid to nature and provide protection for the natural food and their breeding grounds, excessive numbers of trout are dumped into their breeding grounds to feed upon and destroy, also prevent the food so vital for the survival of fish to reach the larger streams. A practice not in harmony with our clean streams program. With the pollution of our streams being abated, there are still many other problems to blame for the impediment of the reproduction of fisb, and unless there is a radical change from the present practice of ill advised stocking of fish, the correction of other problems of importance would fail to bring the results desired. A program established to furnish good fishing for the opening day of a season, prevent sportsmen from reaping the full benefit of Pennsylvanias clean stream program throughout the rest of the season. We are in need of a program on conservation that would be in harmony with that which should be taught to the younger generation. Governor Duffs contribution to the anti-pollution program should be acknowiedged with admiration, we can only hope his successor will be just as determined apd go far enough with a conservation program that would give the vast army of fishing public the full benefit of Pennsylvanias clean stream program. WILLIAM C., LANDAU. by Dr. Leonard M. Freda, Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission physician. Abe J. Greene, Commissioner of the National Boxing Association and New Jersey State Athletic Commissioner, said Monday night Robinson told him Saturday he would box Basora anytime after he defends his welterweight title against Charlie Fusari in Jersey City Aug. 9 for the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund. Greene said Sugar Ray claimed he had caught a cold in his back one night recently while out with Walter Winchell, one of the sponsors of the charity bout, and was in no shape for a decent performance in Scranton. Greene, at his home in Paterson, N. J., said the Jersey City fight had been contracted for before the SWEIGART HURLS 1-HIT, 6-1 WIN FOR TRI-TOWN Allen Sweigart just missed a nohitter as he hurled Tri-Town to a 6-1 victory over Smoketown in a (Central City-County League game 'Monday night. A single, coming in the last half of the last inning, also accounted for the losers only run. Two other games were also played Monday night as the loop: Basora fight and Robinson's purse got its second half underway. West for it would be $1. He said the Lampeter downed Mountville, 9-2, Fusari-Robinson meeting was to be and East Petersburg stopped t h e ratified Tuesday. He said he didnt think the Pennsylvania Commission would want to Interfere with a charity bout. Clippers. 4-1. Tri-Town abho Stellar 2b 3 113 Cox c 2 0 4 3 Hilliard cf 3 110 Cam'mif If 4 10 0 ,Kauff'n rf 3 0 10 Cat. son ss 4 13 1 Christ lb 2 1111 Koffroth 3b 3 0 0 0 Sweigoit p 3 0 0 3 Smoketown abho a Sheaffer 2b 2 0 1 0 Nonne'r 3b 3 0 1 0 DiCrocco as 2 0 1 3 Beck cf 10 0 0 Kauffn c 3 19 2 Br.van If 3 0 0 0 Hershey lb 3 0 9 0 Good if 10 0 0 Tress rf 10 0 0 McMrtle p 2 0 0 4 Totals 27 5 21 11 TKI-10WN (Mil 511 0 6 SMOKETOWN WOO 0(10 11 R Hilliard 2. Kauffman, Carson 2. Christ. Berk 2B Hilliard. BB Sweigart 4. McMurtle 4. SO Sweigart 5, MeMurtle 9. Charles 3b Murphy lb Wolfer c Emecr If Keene if 21 1 21 o Flick 2b 1 8 C Long r rf Gable ss Hhen p aSeifried Clipprri ab h o a Lampeter ahho a B Sh'fer cf 2 1 1 1 Rineer 3b 3 0 0 1 Lefever If 3 0 0 0 Marshall lb 3 1 3 0 'Frev c 4 2 7 0 Binkley - rf 2 12 0 Hackett 2b J Shfer ss Walker p Moant tile ab h o a Waller If 2 12 0 Elslager If 110 0 Graham ss 2 0 4 2 Hilt cf 3 2 11 D Buter rf 2 0 0 0 D Herr p 3b 1 0 1 0 Kaiif'n lb 0 0 4 1 J Gl'k 3b p 2 0 0 0 M Butzr 2b 2 0 1 1 Zeamer c 112 0 Haberh c 10 0 0 J.Glick p 0 0 0 0 3 10 1 118 0 3 0 8 0 3 12 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 11 3 110 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 3 10 0 0 Totals 23 4 18 7 Totals 23 5 21 7 a-Fanned for Gable in 7th. b-Grotmded out for-Risser m 6th. CLIPPERS . . 000 OKI (11 E. rETERSBERO . SOO 010 X 4 R Rineer. Weidle, Carrigan 2, Hoi-linger. 2B Hollmger. BB Ranck 3, Eckert 1. SO Ranck 6. Eckert 8. Totals W. LAMPETER MOL NT VILLE R B Sheaffer 2, Totals 18 5 15 6 515 019 001 015 Rineer, Marshall, Frev. Binkley, Hackett 2. J. Sheatfer, Waller, Hilt. 2B-Elslager BB Kalk- er 3, J. Glick 3 SO Herr 1, Walker 5. LP J. Click queen Brakes Relined $12 up Batteries Ex. $5 up Seat Covers $10 up lnpfctfon Station Rft3 409 N. Ql LEN STREET Phone 2-4215 FAMED CORNELL STAR DIES club. Larry Teel, finished second while still! Philadelphia 41 William (Wil- STEELERS GET TRAINER Pittsburgh tzP) Neil J. Penn in Class A competition . , . . . another, Bobby Stout, was lead-'lie McKeever, Cornell University of Hazleton was named head training in the Class B event when his football star in the 1890s, died Sun- er Monday of the Pittsburgh Fred Snyder, a member of the boat was swamped. ' day night in Jefferson Hospital. He Steelers football team, succeeding Outboard Boating Club of Lancas-' Competing in the Chester Yacht was 77. jDr. Ray Sweeney Mho resigned, ter County, won Class D honors Club Regatta Sunday, another club1 McKeever, who had homes in j Penn spent. the past five years in the Ascension .Y'acht Club Re-Member, George Gerlach. Jr., cap-! Philadelphia and Spring Lake, forking in a similar capacity at gatta held at New Haven, Conn.Jtured third place in Class B. com-lN. J., was captain of the Cornell St. Bonaventure College. Sweeney Sunday. petition, finishing the race with a team in 1897. He also was a well- was associated with the National Another member of the local fin ripped from his boat. Iknown oarsman. .League grid team since 1946. The tastes as good as the FfUSTi Mr.' Casey Stengel, Manager Of The Yankees, Waxes Eloquent Over Mr. Lou Boudreau And His Fast-Going Cleveland Indians New York "P1 They've got that the Indians were in third League, last jear. Hes sure Dob can go and get that ball, the power, they hustle and they're place before Mondays games, a changed. Fields great now. Then, and hit like the blazes. That catch-fortified. They're going to be very, game and a half behind the run- you don't need too much fielding er Jim Hegan) is the best throw-,verv tough. ner-up Yankees and 5 1-2 behind strength there. How many balls a er around. How many bases have ' Casey Stengel 'was doing the the pace-setting Detroit Tigers. igame does a third baemen get? been stolen on him? talkirg. Mostly 'about the Cleve- That Boudreau has changed Two or three. That Roven has got And look at that pitching. said land Indians. It was a one-sided over that club a couple of jears'25 homers. So what if he blows Stengel who was going non-stop conversation as it almost always ahead of schedule," said Stengel, one at third. now. Hes got 12 guys to chuck in , is when you interview the man- and doing fine too. That big guyi "And that Boudreau, he fortifies there. at first 'Luke Eastern and that them. That Boone iRay Boone) kid How many games have the In GTBSCNS DIAMOND 8 ELENDED V."H3rTf ES Fr.OCF 5 GrJUN KEUTFAL SPLITS .GleSONTlSTHLErS. INC, NEV. YCEJC, N. Y. ager of the New York Yankees. Casey woudn't say so in as many words but he gave you the impression that he considered Lou Boudreaus Cleveland Indians the team to beat in the Amri-caa League. This despite the fact guy at third A1 Rosen, gives him a load of power. That's what jou need at first and third, power. They say Rosen couldn't field in the majors. Made four or five errors a game out in the Coast is doing all right at short. So if dians won lately? he needs help, what have those Casey answered his own ques-; Indians got? Boudreau, thats tion. what. He can take over anyone of Theyve won 20 odd out of their those infield spots. 'last 30. They're fast and theyre ( That guy in center Larry hustle all the wv (xll 'tyuci 'fluzxc&t &4Ctc6u& KARL BAUER 250 South Water St. Lancaster 3-4416 JOHN HOHENADEl ERIWERY. INC PH11A. 29, PENNA. K Jtt c 1 t East Petersburg ab h o a Weidle 3b 2 0 0 1 Cargan 2b 2 113 JLong'r as 2 112 Holncer rf 3 1 1 0 Eckert p 2 10 1 D Sens' If 2 0 0 0 H Sens' rf 1 0 0 0 Havcr'k lb 3 0 10 0 J Risscr c 3 18 0 Brubak'r cf 2 0 0 0 Land's If 0 0 0 0 bC Risser 10 0 0 if

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