The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on April 20, 1946 · Page 8
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Gridders Baille io Near Drao -C'hASU or lil’SKKIt W’iÊÊTES l'. ItEIPS- F. ! G H T THF M N C O F N STAR II A II I 0 V II 0 ii II A n s KFAH, Ne-jraska's largest station, afftliaied with The Journal and Star, operates on 1110 kilocycics. Doth day and night, featuring CBS programs Listings are supplied by the stations._ _______ Kf.SB um K>OR 131« HOW, g «OACM Barnie Masterson's NebrasK* f(x>lbail pupiU made their * last public appearance of the .spring training season Friday afternoon at the stadium as the White loam edged the Reds. 7 to 6. Sweltering summer temperaiure.s slowed down the action on b<dh sidt.s, and the Iluskcrs were guilty >f loose p1»y =^nd especially ra,v;ged pa.^.",ing throughout the afternoon Frequent penalties halted the action and neither .squad was able to generate concentrated scoring efforts, although the VVhit's had tw-o additional scoring opportunitie.s, . , . , , j Jim Myers, ex-York halfback, who brok'^ for a iO-yard run in the last previou.s public »crimmage. tallied for the Reds. He was on the receiving end of a flank pass by Red Quarterback Ddldine. The counter came early in the first quarter after a from Dilldme to Bob Korte had put the ball on the 10-yard line. Myer.s missed the extra point which would enabled the Rods to gain a tie. Hranrh trronn f or Hfilfr*. Little Dick Saladen engineered the Whites’ scoring play by heaving a long pass to End Perry Branch in the second quarter. The pa.'-s went 20 yards and Branch raceti 25 additional yards to pay-dirt. . . Jcrrv McKjre entered the game to boot the w-inning point, with Fred Methenv holding the ball. Another White drive fell short before the half ended. Fullback Jack Pesek of Ravenna did most of the ball-carrying on this fruitless scoring thrust. Left Half Dirk Hutton provided most of the thrills during the afternoon, for he broke »way several times for long gains. A 29-yard .sprint by the elusive Auburn ball-carrier was good for a White score in the second half, but an offsid*- penalty nullified the counter. Ifrld On «rdf IJiir. The stout Red line held off another W’hite threat in the third quarter, as they took the ball on downs on the Red three-yard line. Hutton had broken loose for 24 yards and Marv At hey had galloped for 19 to move the ball deep into Red territory. On the fourth down, a pa.^s from Athey to Maudula was broken up and the Red.s took over. Pa.s.s plays predominated during the afternoon, with both sides trying plentv of short flank lor-."es. Saladen and Fred Mctheny did of the “throwing for the Whites, with Dilidine carrying most of the load for the Red.s. Masterson cited Hutton and Myers as the backfield standouts for the day, and added that play in the center of both lines was good. Ed Schwartzkopf and Fred I^uenr were hard to budge when p m KI’All :..OUIU>. Fuir the Whites were on defense, but Bob Lipps and Keith of o,<ntrí»*.' David City were doing their bit to pile up ittacks on the Red for- ! how ward wall. UhStaie Hatty, Outstate high school coaches and their star athletes wer.> in the stands for the .scrimmage, which was part of the entertainment provided by the university in cooperation with the all-state foolball rally .*pf>nsored by the Lincoln junior chambet of commerce. ‘ a supper at the student union sponsor*d by the "N" club, Nebra.ska’s iettermcn's group, concluded the day’s .schedule for the vi.-^iting mentors and their players. The Huskers will wind'up spring drills next Thursdav, and all sessions during the last week will be held behind barroii gates, according to Masterson. op f, f*i» p m Ki \« .Scr. Î R»OK Nr*K WOW (-.n!'r>f Air Î w p. m KIAH Ui! *, fUyn-.i-i HI OR JOQwt sUon» WOW Rili'V * *Hi p m M AH Hll t’fcrftcir KiOK tl«n*buítpr» WOW Pnrn D«nc# ;«.oo p m. HI S«t St'rfnpdt S \ 1 I K I) A Y •r, 1.'* p. W foutity F»ir 1 Yo'ir (.'hole* Rfforfl Shop «, l.'i p m. jTv-rii'-K Ovr Bo\ » ntnr.rt Murtf I ; I .'i p rw, UU’X rw* ' 30 qui’ ’ ti'ti» I Hi- of RjVv P : Ip , m . Hu f’arpdp Uangb’oi.-r» Rftrjs PiUifF ’ , l.\ p m ceiFbriiv idyb P. .M. ; .W p m at*r Timp H«rry WUmir :> 4.'. p m ! (.a^arivt Í .M* p m \ tr» I-f>>. # <>i Op Muynr ot Town Jur» TrUl* Truth rii {’on*r<i R ;u) p n i HU P«r*clp Ho.»ton Symphonr Cnv. You Top Tin* 9 .40 p m fflr-t.rur Club Labor U a A IntFrhíiU'«!*! <1 4.4 p m 1 -..n 1n I.OV- fií.i'.j F< T doin ot Op Srws HlRh’‘“ht* ^ 7 ».> p m .M:= ir ot Tov,;i F*mou» Jur>. Tfl»!| Tnith of rf>(-.*-q s i :» p m ñpturdav Síren*d* r- -*t u) lí .V e -n Ydi. Top Thi» <»;4'V P m ^ Tpiki Nooff Rooi Caved In On Hunker Nine In Sixth and Oklahoma Bagged Victory By 11 to 2., Held scoreless for five innings, the University of Oklahoma broke loose with a six-run uprising in the sixth frame to hand the Corn- husker baseball team an 11-2 de- FRIDAY RESULTS. American leaqua— New York, 7: Washington, S, Other clubs not scheduled Friday. National league No games scheduled Friday. SATURDAY SCHEDULES American league— Washington (Leonard) at New York feat Friday afternoon at th« I (Marshall). Huskers’ varsity diamond. A second game w'as on the slate for Faturday at 2 p.m. Big Jim Sandstedt, on the mound Jor Coach Frank Smagacz’s club, retired the visitors in order for the first three innings CROSSES WHITE TEAM'S GOAL The cameraman was sticking around When Haliback lim Myers (ex York high) ol the Reds crossed the While team's goal lor a touchdown during Friday alternoon's public Cornhusker scrimmage. The Reds* lollure to kick goal gave the Whiles the edge ol o 7 to 8 score. Red players In the picture were Bob Schlelqer (10). Bob Tegt (12) ond Manning (21). Whites descending on Myers were Nyden OS). Athey 03). Samuelson (11). Lorens (IS), Metheny 08) and Moore (32). Chicago (Lopal) at St, Louie (Miller). Detroit (Trout) at Cleveland (Gromek). Philadelphia (Fowler) at Boston i é BY (Hughson). National league— Nyden .. New York (Volselle or Koslo) at sa^uelson iNcnaitor« In Norry Nliimp —SH ALMIII FOMJR IIEFf: ITii— CORNHUSKER WHITES- GRWMEN and did not give up a hit until Brooklyn (Higbe). , Schwartskopf the fatal sixth. In that inning, the Boston (Lee) at Philadelphia (Ra !-1 costello ... .Sooncrs batted around, with i*nsberqer). ' Lorens .... triples by Deal and Watkins do- ^ Cincinnati (Walters) at Pittsburgh I Sedlacek ing moFt of the damage (Sewell). A home run by Dale Mitchell j St. Louis (Brecheen) in the seventh and another cir-j (Borowy). cuit in the ninth by Third-base- at Chicago man Deal, with two mates on Lase, added to the Sooner total. Thei’t other tally also came in tht ninth, when Watkins singled and scored on V'enable’s triple. Hunkers Score In fclghth. Nebraska scored its only runs in the eighth. Sandstedt led off with a single and came home on | Wes Maser’s triple. A single by' the cleanup man, Frank Brown, j tPafßs Art» iÊ€»rt» Mandula Msthsny .. .. Hutton ......... Athsy............ Moor«............ Whitts ............ R«ds ....... Touchdowns- ...E.. ...T.. ... G. ... C.. .. G. ...T.. ... E.. .QB. . ..LH. . .RH. ..FB.. REDS— .... Kort« . Mussman . . Manning . Thompson Llpps T«gt B. Schleig«r .. . Dilldin« .... My«r« . .. . . Story ,... Franc« 7 0 0 -7 0 0 0—6 Myers, Branch. Extra point—Moor« (ploc«m«nl). Substltut«s—Browne, Branch, Cetak. _ r, I j Cochran«. Fouts, Hung«rlord. Lukas, Canines From tverywfcere RoUsmey*r. Satad«n. Taylor Competing In Field, Water ¡lof whites. Christensen. Colton, D« Trink Bv Dog-Hunt Club. I Bolt. D«ll«nbaugh. Flagg. Frick«, Fox, iiiui» uy Gerlach, Geoglein. Hawley. Hewlt. ■ inet: ‘Dog days” came to Lincoln , Hood. Harrington, Larson. McCiuhan. drove Mascr across with the , k y scheduled to 1 Pcwley. R. Schlelger. Sloan. Taylor, run for the Hu.skers. ; hangover on Sunday. All i Thoren. Vlcek. Wilhelms, Wilkins lor Th, Sooner- sot only one more i do a on^ | hit than Nebraska, but C^cli August arc! W BV JOE REKTILER. lA-.soelatfd Prm Wrltrn. ^/ASHINGTON’S vaunted pitching staff, which kept the 1945 Senators in the pennant race until the final day and which was expected to be the team's » potent weapon this year, has turned out to be one of the biggest early-scason disappointments of the current campaign. Because of the return from military service of such former •sUindouts as Sid Hudson, Walter Masterson and Rae .Scarborough to aid holdovers Roger Wolff, a 20-game winner last year; Dutch Leonard, w'ho won 17 games; Mickey Haefner and Marino Pieretti, 16 and 14 game winners, respectively, the capital city hurling corps was rated even stronger this year than But it not only has failed to produce a winning pitcher m each of the team’s four games played to date, it hasn't even one complete game to its credit. In all. Manager Ossie Bluege has been forced to call upon 14 a.^sorted tossers, who in four games have been slugged for 46 hits, 20 of them for extra bases, and have given up 25 walks, an average of more than six per game, Friday’s game against the New’ York Yankees, the day's only .scheduled contest, on the big time, was a perfect example, With a crowd of .54,826 fans looking on in Yankee stadium, five Washington hurlers helped the Bronx Bombers make a .succcs.sful home debut by issuing five pas.M's, hitting two batsmen, making a wild pitch and yielding a dozen safe blow's good for 18 total ba.scs YANKS BY ONE Rl N. 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Fred Allen H 14 p m Star Theater Jimmv Fldler second homer in two days were most damaging blows. four month.s distant via the |^'||a|||| X o IIIIÍK nit inan ^cprasKa. uui v-^v a ; cioiZ davs Jack Baer’s outfit bunched their 1 months di blows with tellini effect, while i'»“■' 'nonth.s ded™^!'*cX'"™“"'’'' The mention of dos days in- B.V Visi4l..B' S««..Orst The defeat was the third ol the.volved ™ season for Nebraska, and the team | The University tennis team took of Oklahoma a 6-0 victory now has a record of'two wins and i betters, '! over the Nebraska squad Friday t tee los.,cs The score: I labradors, ehe.s-npeakes Jtnd km- ,he ,irst match ol a ■ OkUbPrn*. Nfbriih«, AB M O A Miuttdt Ê»h r .^lajor League BOX SCORES AB H O A V«n»blP rf 4 110 Rubino, 2b 5 113 Smith, 3b S 0 3 4 B»»ck. 3b 4 10 3 RUiy, M 4 0 4 0 .M»»er. s* 4 10 3 MUchfil. cf 4 3 3 0 Brown if 4 3 10 D pw I. 3b 5 3 11 Kinn*m n. c 3 0 4 0 Holt.' If 5 110 O Uonneli, c 2 0 J 0 Cxtrns, lb 4 1 9 O; WlUUm*. rl 4 13 0 Chy», c 4 0 « 1 J*ckson lb 1 0 13 t Wgiklni, p 4 3 0 1' Hegwood 10 0 0 Bolpn, cf 3 0 3 0 Lcbb* 1000 Sxnd«tedt, p 3 2 1 5 T<>t«U 37 »3T» ToUU 34 * 37 11 Hcgwood bxttcd for J»ck»on in ninth. Lcbb* b«Ued for Bolen in ninth, OkUhoni» .................... 000006 1 0 4—It Nfbr«*k* .............. 00000003(3-2 Run»—Vfnxbly 2. Smith. Riley. Mitchell 3 Deal 3, HoU. Cxlrn», Wxtklns, 8»nd- »tedi-, Mshcr. Run* baited In—Deal 5, Venable. Mitchell 3. Holt. Chv«. Wa'kin* Maerr. Brown Home run- Mlirhell Deal. Three-b»»e hU—Deal, W’atkln», Venable, M»»er Sacrifice—Smith Struck ’out-By VVatktn* g. by Sandstedt 5. Wild pitch — Waikin* Paued ball—Ktnnamon Bave on ball»—Off Walktn* 3. off Sandstedt 4, Error»--Mitchell. Deal. Btack. Maser Stolen bate—Cairn* Double play—Deal to Cairn». Left on. b*»*—Oklahoma 4. Nebraska 8 Umpires—Keefer and Wilcoxen Time—1:5«. dred hunting bree«s--"aa week end .series. Thej brought to a,td i second match was on the slate for braska to comp e Lincoln Tennis j b^rkVa,* Tn" erui’’unde^ courts. The Friday resuUst A K'crtncl e-)iih liopnSP. ^ SlaPeil DftkU (O) beat Bill BArreit, 6-4, Giants Of '46 Can't Move Or Think; Mel Ott's Club Too Slo'W To Go Any Place. f t-.. ! f/oOMt Ai A.MKHir%% IXAfîlE. AT NEW YORK. I 7-5. The field trials got under way j EUrrd tOi beat JuUan Hatton, early Saturday morning on the club's cour.'^e south of Emerald, while the water trials, as usual, were booked for the lake at Oak park. Come From Everywhere, 6-1, 6-0. Bill Myers (O* beat Bob f.yans, 6-0„ 9-7. Roland Champion (Ol beat Bob Buxton, 6-1, 6-4 Daktt-EUerd beat Barrctt-Hatton, 7-5, 6-3, Myers-Chaniplon beat Evans-Buxton. Nearlv a dozen states were g.o, 9 . 7 . NEW YORK — (INS) — Other cities in t^ie National League will be interested to know that New Yorker.s expect very little of the one-time beloved Giants this sea- LaM AT BALTIMORE-Henry Jordan, 149>t, Atlantic City d-clsloned Vic DelllcurU. 155, New York. 10 rounds, AT NEW YORK - Jullua Jlmene*. 15«»k, Mfxloo City, knocked out Maxte Shapiro lJ3*s, New York, In third round. son. listed on the entry roster and in .some instances owners had brought champion canines which had won honors in previous trials in distant states. Some of thej cities from whence came the' owner.s of prize dogs were: Omaha, David City. Odebolt (la). Milw'aukee. St. L ouls , Minneapolis, Grand Island. Wausa (W ls .), York, Winona (Minn.), Waukesha (Wis.). Wayzata (Minn.), Ft. Atkin.s (Wis.). North Wales (Pa.), Junius (S. D.), Muscoda (Wis), Fargo (N. D), itvf Ê'rw On Uni! Arthur Donovan Is Granted ' tom quickly. If the entire club doesn't disband and windup in the Mexican I.^ague, it will 'oe considered a moral victory. These Giants are the talk of the town, but what people say about them is scarcely fit to print^ in newspapers devoted to a family fire-side clientele. They seem to be going to pieces in a slow- gaitcd, unhurried way. They can’t move fast er iugh to hit the bot- W»»h'|ttn. »b h 0 at New York ab h 0 a Torre» 3b 4 0 1 ft. Gordon 2b 4 1 4 ft t.ewi» rf ft 2 0 0 ailrnwel»» 3b 3 14 2 Hpenre ef ft 1 4 0 Henrleh rf 4 12 0 Kanford lb 4 3 7 0 DiMaxKio cf ft 3 1 I Kuhel lb 110 0 Undelt If ft 1 2 0 Travi* »• 4 2 3 .7 Ktten lb 2 16 0 Priddy 2b ft 2 7 3 ntehey c 2 2 4 0 Heath If 4 0 0 0 Grime* »• 3 2 4 1 F.vajns c 2 1 4 2 P»xe p 3 0 0 0 Haefner p 1 0 0 O' Karpel p 0 0 0 0 Masterson p 0 (> 0 1 Keller 10 0 0 (tuerra 1 0 0 0 Roter p 0 0 0 0 Pieretti p 0 0 0 0 Ooolsby 1 0 0 01 Curtis p 0 0 0 (|i NiSgeltnc p 0 0 0 U Total» 37 11 26 14, Tot»!« 32 12 27 9 Basketball Games For Pasi, Year Broke All Records In Attendance Department. NEW YORK—(.^P)—Giving an added indication of the attendance boom that may be expected in baseball this summer, nearly wow Mrrrv-Po-Round H:4.4 p. in Take or Leave It Theater Uuild Hour of Charm Hour of Charm 10:(»0 p. m I«;I4 p. m._ The Shadow I Vera Mawey ' Show Time Merry-Oo-R(l !•:(»« p m Kl AB 1 axe or Leave KH>R Theater Guild WOW LaOuaroia Speak» Familiar Music Familiar Muy'.e it .M p in. Jintiny Fldler Theater Guild 9 .14 p in Dwighi ilrl.-iwold Ki AB Nea■ KFOR N.'WS WOW New,» 11 :<Ht p m K4AB Ne» Kt OR Eddy Howard WOW New* 1114 p. m. Ffople ^ Finlform Eddv Howard Shrednirk Music I Meet Me at Parkev* hi..'10 |i. m. I The Shadow I Gene Krupa ' Pacific Btorv 11 : ;>0 p m. I’eopif ■ Platform Hon Perry Anicrtr» United Theater Guild Meet Me af Parkev 10-14 p m Ray McKinley Gene Krupa Pacific .«ttorv 1114 p m V Budftv Rich Ron Perrv Francis Craig Orel} REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Helen M and H. L Gayer to Adolph H and L<na M. Beckman, with »urv, lot 61. Liman Park »«d f»6 60 rev . .................................................... Fannie B. and Percv U Moo«- to Merhn L. and Yvo Elaine Keck, wiííi ^urv , iot 156. Wocxis fóro^. Half Acre* add »*2 30 rev.» 3,000 4.000.000 person.s paid their way'nend^rsmt*^’with" »u* v*! to see college basketball games : of ¡or, i, 3 and s, block during the lecently concluded 1946* 6. Lincoln Unvmg Park Co. First »ub 1*3 20 ri‘V.1 .................. 0 0 0«! Reports from 70 leading schools K'enneth*’v. ^atTd "Eilcen * L‘^Swan- showed that 3,857,196 turned out for their home games. Sellouts were the rule and only small gyms kept the attendanfe from being larger A comparison with the 1945 season was not feasible iiocmer l . anu Lutu^M. Dai- bccAuse, in many instances, rec- ton. »uh uiv.. lot 46, oavw sub Olds were rot kept, but most of Kafh«’nne'’''ar.d Oco Bcrnterdr’w the schools asserted their 1946 Charlci. F tdwasilf., jr . and Ella alK'ndqnces doubled or trebled .he ' »«¿.n previoU.S years turnout. Some in- h,/„c{k> Mahannah to Kotert G and 3,000 Liberty Pending Inquiry Oí Can’t Move Or Think. Fatal Fall Of Companion. Clubs that fail to hit or pilch ' cause no undue alarm to our ’.at- NEW' YORK—(AP)—i ter-dav Giant fans because they Hastings Madison (Wis.), Lin-i Donovun. 54, nationally known! have grown used to such things coin. .boxing referee, was free in $2,500 that might be irriti ting elsewhere. The Saturday night schedule listed a Hunt club banquet at the Lincoln hotel, followed by a Calcutta pool and business session. Poriilr C'««*l t.eayuv, Sun Dlfgo. 4-0; SfXttiF. 3-Î. 1,0* Angi-lc* 3: Sucrtmemo 2. Sxn Francisco. 7; Oakland, 3 Portland, 3. Hollywood. I HI Innlnga). Catlvye Hanehati. Oklahoma 11; Nebraska. 3 Washington. 33, Illinois college. 6. minou. 7; Chicago 1. Michigan, 11: Wavne t , Michigan State 11 Wisconsin, J Iowa 6 Purdue, 3 The Standings #^off*€>r in Ynnii Minis McCarthy Club Rallies In 1 t t- - J , 'I'he trouble e’ith these Giants is , i fu’’ , h Xh’hi-l 'hfy also do not bove or into the death of a Swedish glass . importer who, police said, was struck do'wn by Donovan in Fifth Avenue early Friday morning. arrested They just put on their uniforms, go out there and figure they have got the pennant won • Donovan was arrested o>' » because they beat the Phillies Ieloniou.s assault chaige sh“«»'; ,wice. The Dodgers made them ^(ore the tmporter, Uov'd b. something strictly from Corcoran. 58, died m a hosP''o>- Bushville in their third starr. Assistant District Attorney: Karl G rebow said the charge Gucrrx batted for M»*ter»on In »eventh. flooUby battrvl for I'leretti In eighth, Keller batted for Kari>el in eighth. W«»hlt!gton ............................... 2*il 000 120—6 New York .................................... 040 0«I 002—7 Run»'. Ijewt*. Spenc«, Sanford 2, Tr»vi*. Flvan*. Stirnweii*. Henrich, DiMagKlo, Lindel!. Ktten 2. Dickey. Krror; Dickey. Run* hatted In: Spence, Sanford, Lindell 3, Dickey, Orimea. Priddy 2, Kvan», Torre*, Dl.Magclo. Two base hit; Isewla, Spence 3, DlMagglo 2. I>ickey. Home run Undell, Kean» Sacrifice; tí rime», Dickey. Double play; Travle to Sanford. Crime» to Ftten. Priddy (unasalated), Travi* to Priddy to Sanford- Ufl on ba»e: Washington 9. New Y'ork 8 Ba*e on ball*: Off Haefner 1, Curtí» 1, Page 4. Ma«ter»on 2. NTggellng 1. Struck out: By Pa«e ft. Haefner 1. Maaterson 1. Ntggetlng 2. Hit»; Off Harfner 6 In 2 Innings. Maatereon 4 In 4, Pieretti 1 In 1. Curti* 0 In 0 (pitched to one battert. NtggeUriR 1 in 1 3-3; Page 9 itn 7 2-3, Karpel 0 In 1-3. Roser 2 In 1. Hit by pitcher: Bv Page (Travla), Maater- aon (Dickey). Nlggellng (Henrich). Wild pitch; Masteraon Winning pitcher: Roaer. Ixialng pitcher: Nlggellng. Umpire»; Sum- mera, Paparella, Grieve and Weafer. Time .'Oil with .Mirv , lois 3 «nd 4 Second Eat.; Park add -4 50 rcv.i ... John VV. and laiura E Hender-von to Henry and Schmid! wU.i »urv, S 45 feel loi 4, )A I HlUs BiRTHS OALI.OWAY Mr and Mrs Bernard Ir» vin. iMarlr Mabcl Nobln, 3640 EvereiK a son, Apr 12 SCHAUMBERil Mr. and Mr» Vernpr Valcntine, iKuth Odeline Gulliiie , 164« No 38!h. a daughter, Apr. 14 EVANS Mr. and Mrs Siewart Harpcr, -Eveiyn Mac T»>iort. 2745 Oarfield, « daugluer, Apr. 12. JOHNSON Mr and .Mr.* Arvid NeW -Edith Jeannette Mo.v.hi.)ldcri, 1900 Pakr» nee, a son, Apr 12 UILL .Mr and Mr» Cari Willard i\er^ 12th. .»Olii 4,000 700 ,.000 creases were as much as 400 per VDuda m wiederspsn wun .surv lot 4, block 1. Lake.side add i*6 60 ^ Garden Games Het Pace. The doubleheaders at Madison! "rr‘guiarua\t‘25'rn‘s‘'w"‘‘‘.‘ Square Garden showed the way,' s w‘. >, 2J-io-s •« 3o rev i. 2.000 , mn. Maree Harney i. 2817 80 Apr. 16, WIIJSON Mr and Mr* Rajmond, I Ruby Fern S eutevlUei, 3509 C. » lOn* Apr. 12 HOESKIER Mr and Mr.v Willard Oi« ville, .Pauline Alti. Martell, N»D . a .on, Apr. n. OSTEHHOUT-Mr and Mr» Milo David Jr. .Erma Mae Hagaiai, Crete, Neh., a --on. April 7 UWl.N .Ml Htid Mr?. Boyd Bernaid, -K’fthcrlnc Uiare Devoh, Crete. Neb, « dttusthtfr, April 13 Kll-KBTEAD .Mr. and Mr* Robert Per* dtnand. .Glady» Caroline Smith'. 54» No '26'h. a daughter, April. 14. HERMANSON - Mr. and Mr* Dotiai» (Maxine Octavia tndorf), 11J4 a »on. Apr. 13 wi.h 380.26.Ì tor 'J1 twm bills dur- :Sr"/ block 63. cuy 1*7 15 rev Shown Up By Dodgers. The slowness of the Giants has been apparent ever since they would stand until Donovan comes Pinch and Proceeds Slug up for a hearing next Friday. Out Vrtory Over Senators, l Police gave this version ot the first went into spring training, 1 incident; and there has been no improve- NFvVV YORK — (INS) — You! Donovan and Corcoran, good merit m this respect. Their pitch- could shout about this current i friends, spent Thursday night ing has been questionable from w LPet. BOSTON30 1.000 CLEVELAND 20 1.000 NEW YORK 3 I .750 DETROIT 21 .S67 ST. LOUIS1 2.333 PHILADELPHIA 12 .333 CHICAGO 02 .000 WASHINGTON 0 4 .000 I\ATIO:\\l. IKAf.IK. w L Pd. CHICAGO 30 1.000 NEW YORK 2 I .687 BROOKLYN 2I .687 ST. LOUIS 2 1 .867 •08T0N I I .500 PITTSBURGH I 2 .333 PHILADELPHIA 0 2 .000 CINCINNATI 03 .000 New York Yankees today that they are the same old never-say- die club of pre-w’ar times. The kind that can and will get up off the floor and slug from the heels. That is approximately the way they beat the Washington Senators Friday to secure their third victory in four starts and to in- jdicate all over again that what ' they need to win the American ! league pennant is pitching alone, ! They have the hitting and the ! power. visiting night clubs and taverns the outset and that remains the with Corcoran's son, David S. same. Their fielding hasn't set Corcoran, Jr., 24. • any parks afire. Their hitting has Head Strikes Pavement. been about as good as expected. , , . They look Iheir worst when About 4 a. m.. the three stepped: g^ddenlv called upon to think, out of a taxi at Fifth avenue and, ^ j^ist the Dodgers they 57th street and an argument en- particularly bad, because sued between Donovan and Cor- particular spot to coran. The importer was knocked «knller^ that would No Fridsy g»me» sfheduled. bl(H K ing the regular season, plus 73,894 ____ for the national invitation ! Henrv H »¡id un» air .* to m season tourney and 55,000 for the i j wood» uros coun- eastern NCAA and final east-west i ¡ry ciub e»rk *cid NC.^A Bamv. c .J’.J „f.-S“;,.',. The Chicago stadium and Philadelphia Convention hall ranked second and third, respi'ctivciy. The Oklahoma Aggies and Kentucky, regarded as the top teams of the country, drew capacity ■ ' Jfiisen. lot 9, block 1. B»ni«- 6.500 Micli«et A «lia -«»’ir key, »UR surv. lot» h aiid 6. 1,'oibhotis Add t»3.75 t®'' * BUILDING PERMITS Acmi T rutlor 8«tv»te Co , 1049 .Na. Ulih. altrr buildinK. *743 I O E Bste» 3965 Hoidrege, re-roof re»*» 400 ’ dence, »200 N Arthur P*lmcr, 1731 No. 25th, buCi ' Kurage. *300. Posck Roflirililllt F«ir, bouses wherever they appeared. Jr.i but in the u.alter of home attend- ! ” Hoiiier C- *nd In* GiiiKlfs Young to Tom *nd Viola I. Foxier, xith surv.. lot 4 block 48, Beih*i)y H". tW SO rev ' ................................................ *'*™v F Paie Woods and Olive Bl»t'k Woods to De*ne I- and Dt'*t’;, L . .. AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS trida). 1 Uh and N. tao car« R beta fen 26th and 27t% cent» rev.t ................. • ■ ....................... _ _ __ _ ^ . ,.................................................... , .J I , 'Same to same, lot 8. block 1, Batnes Ylal Ktlllt At Aren« ¡ance they fere outranked by Iowa. ,^01 .55 ecu.» rev;^« Uvith 123,61)0, Wisconsin lOB.’JOO ^ Same to »»me. lot_ 7, block 1 , BHrne* Promoter Kriegcr’s mat shows Minne.tota 106,919. For both at the fairgrounds arena will con- and road games, however, the Aggies drew more than 200,000 emphasizing the words ot Coach tinuc thrt>ugh April and possibly through May. The promoter an- sued between Donovan and Cor coran. The importer was knockeu skuUers t down_ by Donovan, his head strik- Dodgers of the Babe ing the pavement. Corcoran was taken to a hos- Herman era start suit for plagiarism. nounced Saturday the makeup oi qianii iba that the cage game is his next .show, slated for Wedncs- i ..¡jjg" day night. The card, which will introduce a .string of performers new to Lincoln mat pntrons, follows: Preliminary — J i,m m y Britt Wichita, vs. Bull Firpo, South America. Semi-windup — Jack NoLson, Dallas, vs. Count Zuppi, France. Sport if not 09 . BROOKLYN — l eo Durocher, manager t>f the Brook)* n Dodgers: •Tht.-. youth movement of mine will gi%e the fans .something _dd 'S.'S cent« rfv Wm and Martha S«ng to Clarli-s* Delano, lot 7. block 9. Ktniicj* •'O' 81, add ........................................ Anna M Roho to Roland H and Ruth Pvnner Saanson with »ur\ . lot 1. f:«.M Side add »6S0 ro .' F and Mary 8 Olney to Dwight F. Felton, jr , and Karl* F. Felton *llh surv. lot I. Tlioma* *tib of lot 13, Frost» »ub (»13 20 rev ( ................................................................. ... Uebelle H «tewart to .Myrt M Stfwar:. Virginia S Gordon, Be"»» Ü Stewari. Eniily 8 Logan and Doris C Stewart, lo' 20 Irregular tract in -H E U 30-10-7 i»l 10 rev t ....................................................... - Mvrt M. fiiewart et »1 to Howard A Brown, same '*8 80 rev.'...................... 13 36 a m 2 30 a m two tar« 2 40 a m 27th between Orchard aug Dudley, two car». 12 45 p m - llth and O. two rar». 3 03 P m ■ 13lh and N, rar-lrurk , ' 4 04 p m Q beiween 16th and 17i*%" two car». * 4 50 p m 33nd and Y, two car* 4 53 p m -13th between O and P Iwff car*. 5 .vS p m —14!h and SuUwater, bu»-c»% two Injurie». 8 35 p m - 13lh and K two car* 9 46 p. m O between I3ih and 13th, bu.s-car. FIRE ALARMS Friday. 3 50 P m 2Slh and O. l.e*k In tnotorm cycie ga.s tank, considerable damake. .5 28 pm- 313 8o 10! h, no fir* 5 40 p m 1428 No 35th. kettle of rrnim boiled dry. no damage. Main ovent—John Ptvsek. Ra-; ¡¡bout. But Pete Reiser ä venna, vs. tlie Black Panther. pilal, where officials said he sui- These modern dodgers play Th^e 'Yanks made | iered a possible skull fracture and, ba.wcball for Leo Duro- lllllNikorK OlltMMirt^ci mg iTiday in their home stadium Utroke. He died nine hours later* ^ ^ deliehted in the antics „ * .,• to mark the beginning of Joe Me- Grebow quoted Donovan as say-1 .v,e Ciant? such antics as Kv .A| Carlhy’s sixteenth sea.son ns man- ¿„g remember the de- Giants—such an^s as . ager of the club before a record liafis ÓiT(.e"rdde7 ' i'“""‘"I.''’'..'’"?;..?" 7.L , V, .. d r the difference in our ball club and don't think I don’t know it. e w local opening turnout of 54,826 spectators. Came From Behind. They scored four runs in the second inning to come from behind once, with Johnny Lindell contributing a two-run homer, his second circuit clout in two days. Then when their pitching persisted in bogging down and the Senators moved ahead again in the eighth. Joe Dimaggio and Lindcll contrived to sew’ it up Dimaggio hit a double that NKW YORK—George Eastment. track coach of Manhattun college, discussing Fd Walsh, whose Hi iioet Hesuits, with one out. starting from short end of 12‘i to 5‘it score in Cleveland stands as the I field tow'ard the bench after a fly , g Friday team match with iastest for the year: “Wulsh never I catch making it two out and : Oklahoma U. on the Lincoln mis'icd a enancc to work out r ting the Dodgers run wild. ’ ' , At Cbadron. Allianc*. 53. Scottibluff 31; Bas»eit. 28, Ctiadron, 12, Valfntine, 9 At Talmat*. Talmat«. 52 Brock, 35'»; Dunbar, im At riay C*nl«r. Button. 39**; Harvard. 37Mi: On«. 33*»; Clay Centar, 35'*; Olvnvll, 8. At Atkinsan. Imperial, 46*« (7ulbert»on, 43; Grant. Old §lçle CaflfT Qvofity broughr”Snuffy Stirnweiss home; with the tying run and sent Tommv Henrich to third. Lindell then lashed a fly to center and Henri'h rode h'me lo victory, 7 to 6. Loulivill«. 17, Columbui*, II. Toledo. 5 Indianapolt*. 4 JiJiincapolts, », tUo»M City. JL Wi>unei*. ‘2 4, M»x, λ«. Have* Center. I At rim t reek. Kim Creek. 71 2-3. (Ode*:*, j« 5-8. Riverdale. S’*. At Pierre. Pierce. 7«. piainview 34. At Bayard, B*y»rd. 18'i, Mitchell. 33’a, Bnd*eport. Lym»n Oertnt, KimbaU, ldin«t«re trailed m that order. l*iralo$* Searc*h For llonic^s PITTSBURGH—(INS) — The Pittsburgh Pirates have turned their attention to house hunting —with htlle success. Frankie Frisch’s squad blew into town Friday and ran into a proverbial stone wall—no apartments, no houses and no hotel rixims. I Elbie Fletcher figured out hu* [ own solution. He pilcitcd a tent made out of blankets and ba.seball bats and bedded down whth the remark; •’I’ll -Stay here until I can imd a decent place to hv«.'* ' country club course. The same w hen he was a G1 in Europe. In teams were contending in a sec- the Berlin Olympic;; last year, he ond contest Saturday forenoon, won the i, 500-meter and an- Coe of Oklahoma .shot a 3-under- (-(¡ored Hie winning relay team par 69, while Don Spomer's 76 He came oack older, stronger ana was low for Nebra.ska. Friday faster” scoring: C7i»rl« Co* (O) dtfr»t«d Don Sporn»r <N(. 3-0. Dor» Jacob» (Oi d«feal«d Dixt Stroh tNi, 3-1 Bc&t b»ll. Oklahoma d»- IitaiPd N«br«»ka .1-0 Andy An<ii*f»on (Oi i •••*■’ the Hich.rd : fore. Dion’t tlo much over the CHICAGO—Hank Rorowy, Chicago Cub” pitcher: '‘I’m in shap«- ihu- vear like I've never been be- dpf««t«d Jtm Likivtt tH' Norvlll« (Oi tt»d Mac Graham !Nt 1',-) w'intcr rhoppcd a little wood; 1»< Bcs! ball. Nibratk* d*ft'*i*d tnl« homa. I i-au a little. Left thr arm strictly ■ alone N»>w H feel; fine. Soutt$rrn tuMavlalion. Chalianoo** 7 Birmiti»t)*m 2 Na?'hviU«, 4 Atlanla 1 Battimoir« 9. 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