The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on July 13, 1942 · 8
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · 8

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Monday, July 13, 1942
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J tBEES TROUNCE POCATELLO BY FOURTEEN RUNS Boise Pilots Turn in Close Victory Over Idaho Falls ' Interscholastic Net Champ OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING JULY 13 1942 0uii©!s ©Bid Engel fear As Eleds CppSwe Thriller Ogdenites Win in Ninth With Two-Run Rally After Twin Falls Assumed Temporary Lead in Thrill-Packed Nine-Frame Event By MATT B WYSE Standard-Examiner Staff Ogden Reds and Twin Falls Cowboys will collide at nine o’clock this evening at John Affleck park in the rubber game of the current series The Cowboys won the opener Saturday night back of the fine hurling of Rex Cecil but the Reds came back to win the hard way in the second game Sunday 4 to 3 Big Frank Shone hurled eight rL t Tnrc Addin plus frames for the Reds and ap- 5 1 °P5 peared headed for a 2-0 shutout victory when the fireworks opened in the ninth frame Shone turned back the Cowboys for eight consecutive frames He was in hot water a number of times but when the chips were down his mates pulled him out of trouble In the ninth the Cowboys went to work Jack Hatchett teased Shone for a base on nails and Rex ‘Cecil pinch hitting for Pitcher Faria struck out Burton then singled to center and Olson batting for Sierra also drew a free ticket to load the bases ' With the sacks populated Sun-seri picked on one of Shone’s fast balls for a sizzling triple to right center All hands save Sunseri tallied Sunseri’s bounder took a bad hop as Daniels went to field it and rolled to the fence before the ball could be returned to the infield Sunseri was perched at third Walter McHugh was rushed in to stem the tide at this juncture He forced Robello to line out to Range but issued free tickets to Harriman and Shanks Lohrke forced Shanks at second base Estrada to Omeis to halt the scoring Ogden’s 2-0 lead was quickly turned into a 3-2 margin for Twin ' Falls In Ogden’s half of the ninth Bezdek drew a walk from relief hurl- er Cecil With the count two strikes and no balls Cecil made the mistake of putting one down the middle of the platter and Daniels smacked the ball for three sacks to deadlock the score Daniels’ poke took a bad hop and bounded over Olsen’s head Bill Engel new right fielder of the Reds moved in the hero’s role when he snapped a single through Burton to drive Daniels home with the deciding run The Reds bumped Faria for two runs in the very first inning and then didn’t tally again until the ninth Omeis beat out an infield hit and Benevich lived on Lohrke’s error Bezdek tallied Omeis and Benevich with a double Taria of the Cowboys retired 17 batters in a row at one juncture of the red-hot thrill-packed contest Ogden collected six hits and the Cowboys bagged five Walter McHugh was credited with the victory and Rex Cecil was charged with the loss - Ogden moves to Pocatello following tonight’s contest Unless a mixup over baseball - here prior to and during Pioneer Days celebration is settled today the Reds won’t return to the local park for nearly a month (By the Associated Press) The mighty Pocatello Cardinals on top of the Pioneer league almost constantly for weeks found themselves today in a three-way tie for second spot as a result of yesterday’s games I The Cardinals lost to the Salt Lake Bees 16 to 2 in an afternoon contest fn the Utah capital and then Boise won from Idaho Falls 3 to 1 and Ogden from Twin Falls 4 to 3 in night contests to put the Reds and the Pilots in a tie? for first honors Tied with the Cardinals were the Bees and the Idaho Falls Russets -- The clubs wind up their current series at the same parks tonight The trouncing handed the Cardinals by the Bees was one of the worst the Gate City nine has been forced to swallow this season as the Hive banged out 13 hits off three Card moundsmen while George Peterson was holding the visitors to four hits Every Bee in the lineup hit at least once with John Hernandez and Manager Andy Harrington taking batting honors Willie Enos’ fifth-inning circuit clout sparked a five-run uprising by the Bees The Salt Lakers had previously scored six in the second The Cards’ first counter in the third was unearned Bob Joratz’ triple and a wild throw-in accounted for the second tally in the ninth At Idaho Falls the Russets scored 'in the fourth and held the Pilots in check until the seventh when the visitors tied things up pushing across the winning pair in the next stanza Singles by Merul Heyd and Bob Paulson a walk a fielder’s choice and a fly-out brought in the winning runs PIONEER LEAGUE Les Fleming Hegainis r m T© Aid fifae Indians' First Year Rookie Is Pressing Ted Williams for American League Batting Honors Browns Take Double-Header From the Red Sox By PAUL SCHEFFELS United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK July 13 (UP)— The strain of competition down the stretch has been the undoing of many a likely-looking rookie but from the robust manner in which Cleveland’s Les Fleming is flailing American league pitching he’s not only beginning to look like the outstanding first-year success but a definite threat for the batting title j 4- His 322 batting average’ today is 022 points behind Boston’s pace Adams and Ryan Given Releases IDAHO FALLS July 13 (AP)— The release of two players and the -s addition of two others "was announced Monday by Lou Garland manager of the Idaho Falls Rus- i sets I - Garland said that the contract of Ray Adams third baseman has been returned to Joplin Tommy Ryan outfielder has been given his outrigh release Ryan was owned by the Russet organization New members of the team are Bernard Schmitt right-handed pitcher and Walter Buckel infielder Both' were obtained from Pampa of the now defunct West Texas-New Mexico league j TIGER SKIPPER NEEDS HIDING TO WIN BANNER — Former Ogden Manager In LTfah-ldaho Loop Gives Opinion NEW CHAMPION Bob Falkenburg Hollywood 16-year-old brother of Actress Jinx Falkenburg defeated Frank Willett Anniston Ala to win the U S interscholastic tennis title at Merion Pa Willett had defeated Bob’s Brother Tom earlier in the tournament setting Ted Williams but the Red Sox string-beans’s rise has been erratic in contrast to Fleming's steady climb " The stocky Texan wasn’t picked for the junior loop’s all-star squad even though he was near the top in the batting race and not another first baseman was above 300 but the snub has only brought him added acclaim He apparently was given the managers’ “quick-brush" annually accorded most rookies who hit major league pitching hard during the early weeks Fleming has continued to hit so well against all manner of pitch ing from knuckle-balls to sliders and back that his 1941 minor league average of 414 is beginning to be accepted as a true index of his ability and the possibility that ir!©n Predicts Flue 4 ! Comeback' Tour forj Former Wieler Hoss By JACK CUDDY United Press Staff NEW YORK July 13— Del Bak- uia ai)UU FUMluu w— er’s blue eyes snapped beneath be may win the battle title is not heavy brown brows and his thin remote Look at what he did lips tightened as he declared "The I yesterday when Cleveland con-Yanks— huhl They’re not so much quered Washington 9-7 (in 10 in-this season If we only had last nings) and 6-0 year’s hitting I’m pretty sure we’d jje hit a double and triple and beat them out for the pennant SCOred once in the first game and "We may anyway! with the hit a homer ftnd single drove in weakest hitting club in the league three runs and scored one in the T certainly haven’t given up yet’’ njghtcap Ken Keltner’s single Baker manager of the Tigers jeff Heath’s triple and Fleming’s still smouldered with fight al- j doubje drove home the decisive though the grand Sunday double- J runa the opener Jim Bagby j Boise Pocatello s Rudy York in Line for $5000 bonus If He Bats In 100 Runs This Season for Detroit Pepper Martin Slated for Big Time Now CHAMPION Back in 1934 Mrs D N W’hite above won the feminine championship at the Ogden country club Sunday Mrs White won her second crown with a sterling performance defeating airs S P Dobbs 1 up in the final Sunday’s Results Twin Falls 3 Ogden 4 Pocatello 2 Salt Lake 16 Boise 3 Idaho Falls 1 Today's Probable Pitchers' Twin Falls at Ogden 9 p m — I Jeli (6-8) vs Hetki (11-4) Pocatello at Salt Lake 8:30 p m j — Green (10-1) vs Cvitanich (1-1) 1 Boise at Idaho Falls 8:30 p m — Johnston (3-7) vs Bullwinkle (1-2) MRS WHITE IS VICTORIOUS IN FINALFEATURE Veteran Golfer Rallies To Defeat Mrs S P Dobbs I Up Pocatello ABH Williams 3b 4 0 Valine ss 4 Stetter 2b 4 Joratz 4 Andradelb 4 EPetersnc 3 Springer c 1 Brown rf 4 Paulson cf 3 McConnell p 0 Davis p O O Chrlatnan p 1 O xCullop 00 Salt o a! 2 2jGlovac 3 1 chint 3b 5 Sander cf Lake ABHO A O Chesnes ss 0 Owen rf 1 Enos If Jr 0 Hefnan- 3 0 dez lb 1 1 Harrlng- 1 l ton 2b O O'Kerr O llGPetersonp o o 6 310 0 3 4 2 12 0 10 1 Totals 32 4 24 141 Totals ’ 36 13 27 13 McConnell In third SIXTEEN GOLF TEAMS TO BID FOR NYE TITLE First round contests in the annual Fred M Nye Co tournament will ' be played this week Professional George Schneiter announced today Blaine Bachman was medalist in the annual tourney with a sensational 69 The Nye event Is a’ team encounter and is one of the top attractions each season at the Ogden gblf and country club Pairings for the first round were announced as follows: Blaine Bachman and Gordon Baxter vs J R Morrell and Carl Eubank Cy Hammond and M G Pence vs Garth Peck and H B Baron R C Duvall and John Price vs Harry Yeager and J T Rushmer Dee Richards and F J Stevens vs E B Thatcher and A L Stark J J Dunbar and L B Young vs W H Loos and Fred Norton E M Packs and George Ward vs Herb Hinley and Parley Farrell A M Squires and Wade Johnson vs J M Squires and C T Jones A W Petty and G Aaron Gibbs vs George Eccles and Si Matthies BOISE July 13 (AP)— Prospects for late summer and fall feed on Idaho ranges are good the federal bureau of agricultural economics reports Cattle and sheep are reported In "very good" condition Mrs D N 'White won her second ladies club championship title Sunday afternoon at the Ogden Golf and Country club by defeating Mrs S P‘ Dobbs one up in one of the most hectic finals ever played over the south side links The new Champion proved her determination and fighting heart as she made one of the most brilliant uphill fights in local golf history Mrs Dobbs had the' champion three down on the first four holes and it looked as if the match would be over early but then something happened They tied the fifth ahd sixth holes with well played pars and Mrs White reduced her deficit to one down by taking numbers seven and eight with pars Mrs Dobbs had a bad break when she knocked Mrs White’s ball into the cup while trying to negotiate a stymie on the tricky eighth green Mrs Dobbs took the ninth hole to go two up when Mrs White's ball found the rough on the slope of Burch Creek She made a beautiful shot to the green but her putt failed her for her par The new champioq made a fine pitch to the pin and sank her putt on number ten for a win and then proceeded to square the match on the eleventh with another fine pitch and one putt They halved the twelvth thirteenth and fourteenth -as both players played the Ujree holes identically The turning point of j the match -came on the long fifteenth hole when it looked as if Mrs Dobbs had the hole won Mrs White recovered from out of the rough and placed her long iron shot on the green as Mrs Dobbs failed to lay her chip near enough for one putt Thus Mrs White went one up They halved jthe sixteenth with pars and Mrs Dobbs made a nice curling putt I on seventeenth for a half and also to stay in the match Mrs Dobbs threw away her last opportunity when her approach putt ran too far by the hole to get back Mrs White approached from back of the green and two putted to close the door and win one up One of the largest galleries ever to attend a final match were treated to some grand folf shots and a more hotly contested battle was never played on the polling fairways of -the Country Club course Mrs White replaces Mrs Donna Williams as champion Mrs Williams did not defend her title The presentation of awards was made by Father W J Giroux under the direction of the Tournament committee x — Batted walked Score by innings: Pocatello 001 000 001 — 2 Salt Lake 061 351 OOx— 16 Summary: Runs — Joratz Brown Glovac chint 2 Sander 3 Chesnes Owen 3 Enos 3 Hernandez 2 G Petersen 2 Errors — Williams Stetter 3 Springer Glovacchlni 2 Chesnes Home run — Enos Three-base hits — Joratz Sander Two-base hits — Glovacchlni G Petersen Hernandez 2 Harrington Runs batted In— Williams Sander 2 Chesnes Owen 2 Enos 2 Hernandez 4 Harrington 2 Kerr -Double plays — Valine to Stetter to Andrade: Paulson to Stetter to Andrade Glovacchlni to Harrington to Hernandez Sacrifica hit — G Petersen Runs responsible for — Petersen 0 McConnell 2 Davis 4 Christensen 5 Bases on balls — Off McConnell 2 Davis 3 Christensen 4 Petersen 3 Struck out— By Christensen 2 Petersen 2 Hit by pitched ball — Owen by Christensen Wild pitches — Christensen 2 Umpires— Steub-lng and Enger Attendance — 1436 Time 1:47 By SID FEDER (Pinch-hitting for Hugh Fuller-- ton Jr) j NEW YORK July 13— (Wide World)— Weather report: Are those storm clouds brewing among the peaceful Pirates of Pittsburgh? 4 Tis said several Buc players hate their own idea why Al Lopez wasn’t picked on the National league’s all-star outfit and some of ’em are rooting for Al to land a manager's job — whether it’s in Smokytown or some other plae Punching the (mail) bag f Ray Carlen writes to tell the boys not to pooh-pooh Hennery Armstrong’s comeback yet Because it looks like the Hammer still has a lot of fights left in him And WillieGilzenburg takes pen in hand to inform the folks that it wasn’t his welterweight champ Red Cochrane but challenger Ray Robinson who insisted their September 10 fight be a nontitle fuss Dis-a and dat-a - - Rudy York gets a five-grand bonus if he knocks in 100 runs this year He’s on the 50-mark now But what the boys would like to know is who made a fancy fielder of him? The way he’s improved there’s even hope lor Zeke Bonura That’s not! an air-raid siren you hear coming out of Madison Wis these evenings Harry Stuhldreher just got a "l 00k at that ten-game schedule they’ve fixed up for his Bddgers this fall J — j Quiz program 1 j Are the big leagues getting Jready to welcome Pepper Martin back — as a manager? And what major race track as much asvto!d the Turf Committee of America it wasn’t making any plans to chip in to war relief even though most of the Big Apple plants J have kicked in with 100 G’s apiece? ’ Today’s guest star ! Dan Parker' New York Daily Mirror: Durocher is a manager of a big league ball club That is quite - different from being a big league manager ' (The guy’s a philosopher at least!) Target practice The big - rubber mats which carpeted the runways in Wrigley Fields' - lower stands these many years have been tossed into the Government’s scrap rubber drive by the Cubs It is not true that Jimmy Wilson wanted to hold some out to put in Lon Warneke's arm if needed Rogers Hornsby £s happier ' now running the Fort Worth club the way he wants to than he’s been in years Even though there’s no racing in Texas -- t Twin Falls ABHO Burton lf-2b 4 2 2 Sierra ss 4 0 3 Sunseri rf 4 1 0 Robello lb 4 0 15 Harrimn2b 2 10 Shanks cf 3 0 2 Lohrke 3b 5 0 O Hatchett c 1 0 2 Faria p 3 0 0 Cecil p 10 0 Olson If 0 0 0 ! Ogden A AB iomels 2b 4 O' Benevich lb 4 2Bezdek If 3 0 Daniels cf 4 OlEngel rf 4 lRange 3b 3 OiEstrada ss 3 3!Smith c 2 lShone c 3 2 McHugh P 6 01 0 HO A 16 0 0 4 0 13 1 13 0 110 0 2 0 0 15 1-7 1 10 0 0 0 0 Totals 27 4x24 9 Totals 30 6 27 7 Score by Innings: Twin Falls 000 OOO 003 — 3 Ogden 200 000 002 — 4 Summary: Runs— Omeis Benevich Bezdek Daniels Burton Sierra Hatchett Errors — Lohrke 2 Smith Stolen base— Harriman Three-base hits — Daniels Sunseri Two-base hit — Bezdek Runs batted In — Daniels Engel Bezdek Sunseri 3 Double play — Robello (unassisted) Credit victory to McHugh - Charge defeat to Cecil Runs responsible for — Faria 1 Cecil 2 Shone 3 Strikeouts — Faria 1 Shone 7 Bases on balls — Faria 1 Shone 0 McHugh 2 Wild pitch — Shone Time 1:50 Umpires — Conger and Erickson Attendance— 770 Boise I Idaho Fails ABHO A ABHO A Stenger ss 4 0 1 5 Donaldsn2b 2 0 14 Tamone 3b 5’ 3 1 3'Stlverthmcf 4 0 10 Korho- jJessen lb 3 116 0 nen If 3 11 O'Paterson rf 3 1 2 0 Trusky rf 5 0 4 0!Wenner if 3 0 10 Keesey lb 5 0 11 OJMulcahy c 4 1 3 1 Lowe cf 5 0 1 OjAdams 3b 3 0 0 2 Heyd 2b 5 2 4 1 Dunn ss 3 12 4 Paulson c 4 2 4 2'Ferrara p 3 0 16 Fields p 110 0xRyan 1000 Staley p 0 0 0 0! Pairings Listed j For Second Tilt Second round pairings for the Boyd Park tournament at the El Monte club were announced today by Professional Ernie Schneiter The pairings follows: Dick Tarran vs L H Hansen j Merrill Bunnell vs Lily Johnson Don Felt Jr vs Mrs' W A Shaw William Eckhart vs Earl Donaldson Jack Wilcox vs Earl Folk-man Orval Galloway vs Jack Reese Carl Van Meetern vs Lyle Hansen j Harold Welch vs Harold Evans T L Parker vs Harold Daniels Foss Heiner vs Brent scowcroft Harold Wise vs Twice A Turner Mrs E F Easley! vs I Ernie Schneiter Jr Alta Evans I vs Kimball Knowldyn Warren Stewart vs George Williams Wil liam Barton vs Mrs Ernie Schneiter Harold Poort vs W R Both-I well f I Francisco Segura Sparkles in Tennis ORANGE N J July 13 (UP) — j 966-Individual honors in the New Jer- header with the Yanks was over and subsiding crowd sounds could be heard down in the dressing room as huge Yankee stadium disgorged nearly 60000 fans D- irmmpn m me iusv Perspiration dappled Del’s sharp- Buddy Hassett’s home with one on ly-chiseled features and dripped jn jbe 13 gave the Yankees a 3-1 down onto his gray uniform as he victory and an eVen break in “the sat on a stool before his locker nightcap - He was hot physically and mental-I gy LoUis set the runner-up Bos ly after losing a 13-inning night-1 fon jed gox bacij 4 games be-cap to the Yanks after beating bjnd the Yankees by scoring two them in the opener 1 victories 1-0 and 106 Dennis “That game never should have Gaiehouse stopped Boston with' gone 13 innings” Baker insisted eight hita in first contest and “We should have won it in the Browns belted two pitchers for ninth — and would have too if Joe six runs in th ninth inning to DiMaggio hadn’t got lucky and cjncb the nightcap pulled down Bob Harris drive in ducago White Sox divided deep left-center That ball with the Philadelphia Athletics ticketed for a home run and it garnered the opener 3-2 wasn’t in the books for DiMaggio I Yiclc Siebert singling home the win-to get it But he did I ning run but Chicago clubbed out A reporter cooled the perspiring an j triumph in the nightcap pilot somewhat by remarking that jn the National league the Card-both games were great fr°na the hnajg cut the Dodgers’ lead to eight spectator angle — one of the games by beating the Braves 5-1 double-headers staged in New York anj while Brooklyn divided in years - with Pittsburgh Harry Gumbert “Yes” said Baker they mHst pitched his best game of the year have been fine games to watch we folding Boston to two hits in the always gave the Yanks plenty 01 game Louis slammed hell In fact we’ve beaten them oyer six runs in the fourth inning seven out of 12 games this season to ice the nightcap counting these two I Larry French won his 10th What was the explanation o e straight game for the Dodgers who Tigers’ success against the beat the Pirates 2-1 in their —the success of a fourth place club opener French allowed three hits against the American league lead- &n(J jQe edwick won the game ers? ofJwith a single in the eighth Pitta- Baker grinned and said ina burgh pushed over four runs in easy The Yanks don t like goo th eighth inning of the nightoap pitching And we’ve got about the j best ’ pitching in the league ei- Cincinnati clipped the Phils 2-0 j lows who can reall£T and 2-1 Johnny Vander Meer ball— like Benton White N - fanned 13 in the first game and houser Trucks and Trout MayD pitched a three-hitter He has I their records aren’t too impr - nQw wbffed 90 in 191 innings this sive because they haven t “ad year Lonnie Frey drove in both right hitting and fielding to runs jn the nightcap and Elmei them up But they can P" n" Riddle won his third decision ' Pilot Del emphasized that tne New yjrk split with the Cubs latest official club averages P Lon Warneke making his first his Tigers at the bottom o start for the Bruins was blasted league in batting for five runs and six hits in the in fielding wltn I third Giants won the first BRAKE UUIUG SAVE ' a Complete Stock Use Our Brake for Au cars Machines Free! 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Complete stock as low 139 SAFETY REFLECTORS up AUTO BULBS Long-Life High QuaUty No 63 Headlight LENS State Approved 35c 7 ' Inspection Deadline July 31st sey state tennis tournament belonged to Francisco Segura of Ecuador today but United States won part of the laurels with a triumph in the doubles The fleet Segura won the singles title from Ladislav Hecht fof New York former Czechoslovakian Davis cup ace 6-0 6-0 6-0 The United States team won the doubles crown when Cahrlea Mattman of Forest Hills N Y and George Richards of Los Angeles Calif outclassed Segura and Alejo Russell of Argentina 6-8 6-8 6-3 7-5 - I SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Knoxviil® 3-1 Memphis 2-4 Chattanooga 2-3 New Orleans 1-13 Atlanta 5-12 Birmingham 2-8 Little Rock 4-3 Nashville 3-2 56 T 4- -M-ni 1 6-2 Herman Bithorn I scattered Hank Greenberg and Fat mui- d Cubs the lin two heavyhitters aronown the army However Greenoerg I — tne army I Yesterday’s star— Les ! Fleming played only 19 games last who collected four hits scored two before starting army f runs and drove in three I as Cleve- Mullin only 54 Yet- rs tt r land beat Washington 9-7 and 5-0 1941 hit 263 or 15 points better than their current mark Ruay York despite the brilliant improvement of his field at first base is slumping at bat and so are Barney McCosky and Birdie Tebbetts Baker said o1 “There was nothing sensational about our batting last year he concluded “But if we had that hitting this season combined witn gALT LAKE ciTY'july 13 (UP) our pitching we’d go ’places— witn i Richard Warner Salt Lake City the Yanks following us J finjsbed his sweep of the abbrevi ated Utah tennis schedule Sunday by trouncing Linn Rockwood of Mrs Henry Wins b y u 6-2 e- 7-5 to win the VII 3 I I vl II J w combined utah and Salt lIjake City f -icomouiea Handicao Event championships nuiiuiwvj The champii WEEK-END SPORTS REVIEW c Total 37 9 27111 Totalt 29 4 27 17 x — Struck out for Ferrara in ninth Score by inn Inga: Boise 000 000 120 — 3 Idaho Falla 000 100 000 — 1 Summary: Runs — Heyd Paulson Fields Wenner Errors — Adams Dunn Two-base hits — Mulcahy Tamone Sacrifice — Fields Double plays — Tamone to Keesey to Lowe Dunn to Jessen Stolen base— Trusky Runs batted in— Stenger Tamone 2 Dunn Runs responsible for — Fields 1 Ferrara 3 ’Bases on balls — Off Fields 7 Ferrara 5 Struck out — By Staley 1 Ferrara 2 Left on bases — Boise 13 Idaho Falla 8 Winning pitcher — Fields Attendance (estimated)— 700 Time— 2:00 Umpires— Witbeck and Pftrman Buffalo 8-3 Montreal 2-8 Rochester 8-7 Toronto 4-4 Jersey City 2-0 Syracuse 0-2 Newark 5-5 Baltimore 1-1 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City 6-3 Minneapolis 1-8 St Paul 14-5 Milwaukee 2-12 Columbus 3-0 Indianapolis 2-4 ITaieda ZO-T LoutsviU 6-8 (By the Associated Press) f ORANGE N J— Francisco j Segura of Ecuador needed only 45 minutes to defeat Ladislav Hecht former Czechoslovakian Davis Cupper 6-0 6-0 6-0 for the New Jersey’s state’s men’s tennis title OCEAN CITY N J— Billy Talbert of Cincinnati captured f Atlantic coast net crown by defeating Harris Everett of Jacksonville Fla 6-1 6-2 6-1 1 i I PHILADELPHIA— Bob Falken-burg 16-year-old Hollywood high school star upset Frank Willett of Anniston Ala for national interscholastic net title 3-6 6-0 6-3 6-3 j PITTSBURGH — Jock Sutherland former coach of the Univer-Isity of Pittsburgh eleven and for I past two years headman of Brooklyn football Dodgers sworn in as Lieutenant Commander in Navy IMike Getto former Pitt tackle and line coach under Sutherland I named Dodger coach t BOSTON — Mrs William R Flemming’s Loveday won Hannah Dustin handicap at Suffolk Downs for second time going mile and one-sixteenth in 1:44 45 The championship match origin- ally was scheduled for two weeks Mrs John Henry won the ag0 but delayed because Warner City ladies handicap tournament at jnjured his ankle In the semi-the El Monte course with a net 231 finaUu for 54 wholes - 1 Mrs Beulah Gavin was next with 233 followed by Mrs J C Allen 235 Mrs'Frank Collings 237 Ruth Alexander and Ann Erickson 238 each Lily Johnson 239 Alta Evans 239 CHICAGO— Fad 24 to j 1 shot annexed Lassie stakes with the favored Easy Lass eleventh NEW YORK — William Woodward’s Apache Idle since Preak-ness with bag leg established Empire City track record with clocking of 1:56 for mile and three-sixteenths in winning $25000 Empire City handicap Shutout was scratched because of track’s condition and Lochinvar was second and Col Teddy third 1 SPOKANE Wash— Pat Abbott of Pasadena Calif replaced Bud Ward of Spokane as Western amateur golf champion by defeating Bruce McCormick Los Angeles 7 and 6 ia 6 hole finale Joe Louis Takes ‘ Short Vacation KANSAS CITY July IS AP)-714 for fourth Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis American P Barrow’ on his first leave from Golf Teams Open Loop Competition i Woody Printing golfers are setting the pace in the Industrial league with 9 points at the El Monte course Catholic Church is second with 8 points with Hill Field next with 8 and Supply Depot and Hotel Ben Lomond tied with WINDSHIELD WIPER MOTOR Genuine -TRICO MOTORS Complete Stock for A11 Cars )95 WIPER BLADES I Co up up Exchange Deadline July 31st HYDRAULIC BRAKE REPAIR PARTS— SAVE! 25 Complete stock of Master Cylinder KA Whi Km -ofi )lst pVic HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUID Pints (Royal) 55c Quarts (Duro) 74e I TRUMPET HORNS Smart In appearance two-tone warning sound Single i Twine 195 1 395 ' Inspection Deadline Julv i 231 American Pack is next with 7 narruw uu u “'v: I Superior Honey 6 and El Monte Fort Riley Kan tried out his goii cjub eam 5 bring up the rest of game and played cards with oth- field er soldiers at the Negro Service j jn the Commercial league Ogden Men’s club Arsenal is first with 10 points He was just a shade over par I other clubs are placed In the figures jh a 27-hole golf game but I standings as follows: KLO 9 Og-was a consistent loser at Casino den City schools 8 Hoggan’s and “All I’m interested in right now Scowcroft’s VA each O U R and is being a good soldier” answered d 7 Ogden City 6 Supply Joe in reply to questions concern- Depot 5 ’ ing the possibility of a fall scrap Pairings for the second round with Billy C-nnn ’ 1 matches win be released Tuesday J HEADLIGHT RELAYS Acte m “booster”— Increases brightness HEAVY DUTY Inspection DeadUnd July 31st! 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