Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on May 2, 1950 · Page 12
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Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 12

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Tuesday, May 2, 1950
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umoam EVEWIC JOtTt!<AL ttmmimr, Mmr t, 1»S0 Cards Up to Old Tricks: Nose Out Bums in Ninth, 3-2 BT JOE REICHLEE. rrvM A^rt« The St Louis Cardinals are up li their old tncks again. Next to ft ltlnf the Dodfers, the Redds get the greatest delight out of making the experts look ‘ foolish. I Remember those pre-season, reports on the Cards? Too old. | No reserves A one-man ball ' club. Tsk, tsk. Is our face red. J With a lineup shot as full of | managed to win five of its last six games. • • • THEY CAPPED it off Monday night with a thrilling victory over their hated rivals, the Brooklyn Dodgers. The score was 3-2. Until the last half of the ninth, Brooklyn was in front, 2-0. Starter Joe j flatten had held the Redbirds to three hits up to that point. Hatten began the last inning holes as a slub of Swiss cheese, ^ j,y walking Chuck Dieting. Enos the scrappy St Louis gang has j slaughter singled Dierlng to sec-------------------------------------------------1 ond. Marty Marion, making his first appearance of the season, batted for Steve Bilko and fanned. Eddie Kazak, another pinch hitter, lined out. One more out to go and the Dodger left­ hander would own two straicht ahutouts. Rot It never eame. Red singled, scoring Dieting, That was all for Hatten. Another pinch hitter, Bill Howerton, faced W'illard Ramsdell. Howerton singled, scoring Slaughter with the ty*ng run as Schoendicnst raced to third. • • • A WILD PITCH by Ram.sdel! allowed SchfHjndienst to across the plate with the winning run. Hatten was charged with the loss. Cloyd Boyer, who has taken over the ailing Ted Wilks' relief chores, was the winning pitcher. He relieved starter Max lamier in the ninth and kept the Dodgers away from the plate m the one inning he worked. Rrooktyn ab h o a St LeuU ab h o ftrta* M 3 I 3 S Ulaviano 3b 2 0 13 Moraan 3b 3 110 niarina cf 3 13 0 Ruaarll If 3 13 0 Slauaht'r If «13 1 Rob'»nn3b 3 14 3 HUko lb 3 0 110 rurtilo rf 4 2 10 Marion 10 0 0 HodfM lb 4 0 9 0 foatnlk rf 3 0 0 1 Snidaref 4 13 0 Kaiak 10 0 0 Campa'la e 3 0 4 1 Srboan’t 2b 4 3 4 3 p 3 10 3 Rif» c 3 0 3 1 Hamtdcll » 0 0 0 0 Howtrtnn 1 1 « 0 MI1i»r 3 114 Ijini»r p 0 0 13 Mnnlal 10 0 0 {«^^»r p 0 0 0 0 Total! 30 S 3« 12 Total« 28 8 37 13 Two out wti«n winnln* run arorwl. Muaial xrnund»d out for Lani»r in •iRbtb; Marlon «truck out for Bitko in ntntn; Kaiak popp»d out for Blatnik In ninth; How«rton «InRlrd for Rtc« in ninth. Brooklyn ..........................00« 000 110—3 St, L.OUI« ................................000 000 003 - 3 R—Roblnaon. Hatton. l)l»rln*, Slaufh- t»r, acho«ndien«t E-—Blatnik HHl— Kurlllo, Ku«mU, Scbo»ndlan»t. Howerton. 3B —Moraan, Roblnaon. S-l.anter, Rab- Inaon, Raaae. t>I‘—LanUr to Htlko; Rob- tnaon to Hodaea; Rfaae to Hodaea l.»ft —Beioklyn 3, 8t Lnula 5. HH Off Hatten 3. I4»ril»r. CO tiy Hatten 4. Lanier a HO Hatten 5 In 8% tnnlnaa. Ram«, dell 1 In 0 (pltfhed to 1 batten; Ijinier 7 In 8. Royer 1 In 1. WR Ra-nadell Winner — Boyar (1-01. I.«'»»r - ILUten (l-l). U-<Jore. Stawart and Conlatid T -2.08. A-11,5.14, Vorth Edges Lincoln ffigh lincoln't baseball team continued along the hard-luck trail Monday afternoon, this time dropping a 3-1, extra-inning decision to Omaha North. It took the Links the regulation seven-inning route to even the count at 1-1 after giving up a counter In the second frame. But they couldn’t hold the Vikings in the extra inning. The links were to take on Cathedral Tuesday afternoon at Muny. ab a o a LiaenlA 4 1 1 0 Walla rf 4 3 I 0 John« 3b 3 1 • 1 Baraatt p 3 13 3 K«ll«r p 3 0 4 0 ftcaalon e Zook Sets Discus Mark in District a a 3 18 1 Blua lb 2 10 0 Carter aa 1 0 0 0 Cbaat aa 10 10 W«b»r ef 3 13 0 Maaar ef 3 0 0 4 Holtarawa 3 0 0 0 3b.aa 3 0 3 0 Backar If ab k o a 4 0 1« «111 3 10 1 10 0 1 3 0 • 3 4 18 0 3 0 3 3 110 0 3 0 10 110 0 3 0 0 3 3 0 3 0 WMTBKB MMOr«. W I pH. Da« Maiae« t « .aas r. Spalac« Ommlm 1 « .«M OXf OI..H « 8 WIriM«« a 0 .S71 Oaaaar • »> .fM Paabka • S .*«S M ms CWf I 7 SSt AMUUC A.4f LBAOI K. m I pH « I pH Dam«« • S .M7 Bmtmm 7 i .Sta N. Tnak ■ » .tm N4. Laala S S .87* f'taaHaiH « S .S71 PMIa. « S .S3t Waaii'laa t « .SM CMaa«* S « .3SS RATIONAL LBAOCK. ar I pH. « I pH. •rwUUya 7 S .700 BcMtaa « • .MO ChlfMo S t .SfO nuia. • • SM m, iMla • S -S4S C'tarUiMtl « • .««0 mtabarafe • i .S4S Raw Tarli 1 • .143 Monday § Score§ wrxrr.mft i,r,Aoi e. ' D»« Mol»»« S, LIRCOflN t. nmmhm 4-8, Mo«« CHp 0-1. Da«aar 10. WlHUta S. , rnaOto S. Celoraén Bpatoa«« fit lafilac«). NATIORAL LCAOl'E. m. Uwki 3. Brooklni t. OHp taana aa0a4«M. AMEKICAR LCAOl'E. 31 8 34 8 ToUla 3» 8 34 10 Bndaro, Zlcli. Blua. C— rawa. RBI—Zlch. Ntlaon. t PWlaOalpNa at Boat««, pMtpoaaO, rala Oaly aama aeOaOalaO. AMEEICAR ASSOCIATIOR. laOlaaapollt 3. leaolaHlla 1. .WHwavk»« 3. Kanaaa City 1. Mlanaapolta 4. SI. Eaal 1. CofambDa 8, TnlaAa I. Ifi ChaM. SB—Blua. Laft—Nortb 5. Ltn coin 7. BD—Off Orau 3. Mora* 1, Bar- aHt 1. BO—By Orau S, Barnatt 0. HO— Orau 3 IB 4 tnalnaa. Taiinabill 2 In 3. Moraa 0 la 3. Bamatt 8 la 7. Kallar 3 lo 1. Winnar—Moraa. Loaar—Bamatt U— Haniata. Oaufha. T—1:40. SHOT LEADER — Marine pie. Don Bate of Mr. and Sirs. William Batt of 3443 2)udley, is currently leading fhot put candidates at Camp jpendlcton, Calif., with a heave 9i 40 feet, 1 ^ inches. The ma- |ine squad will engage in ^ck meets with California •chools and service teams, Ibtt, a prison guard, enlisted |gi the corps in 1948 after graduating from l.incoln high. FROM OAK CREEK LAKE->Jim Nevitt (right), 610 So. 17, displays the 14’^ pound buffalo which brings him The Journal's "Fisherman of the Week" honors. His buddy. L. D. Gabel, who assisted in the haul, is at left. (Journal Staff Photo.) ' Lineolnite’s Beauty Gains Tishemian of Week’ Award Novok Tokes All-Stor Bid Tom Novak, the University of Nebraska's star center, has accepted an in- V i t a t i o n t< play with tha College All Star football eleven in Chicago next Aug. 11 . The All Star squad is being trimmed to smaller pro­ port ions for the 1950 game so that all HASTINGS. Neb.—Paced by Lawrence Goll and Lamoine Brown. Blue Hill won the Class _ C district track championship at «44 1 Hastings college Monday. Alexandria, with Don Voachim and Harry Achtemeier showing the way, copped the Class D bunting, TOP PERFORMANCE of the day was by GlenvU’s Ronald Zook in the Class D discus. Zook flipped the platter 152 feet, 2 inches, the best mark ever made in any district meet. His mighty Uirow was almost 20 feet ahead of the old record and 26 In front of his nearest rival. He accounted for 25 of Glenvll't 34 points. Glenwood Einspahr, Hildreth, i raced the 220 in :23,5. His time matched the state Class D dis- , Trict mark held by three others, i In addition. Einspahr scored all of Hildreth's 21 points. i How they scored: C IBM C. Miss Burke. a topflight grap- Jlx-Lody Boxer, Mildred Barkers Mat Foe Tonight What business has Mae Weston iR the ring with World Cham- pibn Mildred Burke at the fair- g^unds tonight? Plenty, according to her past history. •Mae is one oP the colorful pioneers of p:^ o f essional gtls russUng. In her early Sifs. Mae is a genuine troup- ce and well rtspected in her profession. First an acro- bot, she became famous as a "boxing lady” and then |)ler. Mils Weston has the qualifications to give Queen Burke a good acrap, in spite of the fact that Mildred has ruled the larrupin' lassies with a firm hand for a number of years. Main event on the male side of tonight’s card sends Jack Pesek against Stanley Mayslack. Their tussle will go two-out-of- three falls with a 90-mlnute time Rmit. Paired in the third match are beginner Mike DiBiase and veteran Joe Dusek. Starting time at the 4-H arena is 8:30. Hillcrest Stag On Wednesday First Hillcrest Country club atag of the season will be held Wi^nesday. The program features golf in fhe afternoon and dinner at 7 p. m. ____________________________ |Wort fun to 90 tn Stylo Husker Golfers Rap Creighton University of Nebraska golfers scored a 15-3 victory over Creighton university swingers at the Lincoln Country club Mr;nday afternoon. Hu.skers Joe Gifford and Dick Spangler shared medal honors with 75s. Bill Fox was low for Crighton with a 77. The results: Jm Otfford <N). 75. d«ftat«d WIIU* PoUU (CL «1. 3 to 0 Dick SpanRlvr (N>, 78. d«f«»t»d BUI F«« (Cl, 77, 3 to 1 Otrford-RpanKlcr daftated PolHa-Fo*. 3-0. Uous Dal» (Nl, 7*. dafaatad Jim McCormick (C), 83. 3*4 to %, ateva Flanaburg <Ni,'8t, dafaatad Tom O'Brian «CL 84. 3 to 1. Dala-FlanaburK dafaatad McCormick- O'Rrlan. 3>« to H. BY DICK REID. Mott Lincoln anglers regard Oak Creek lake as the home of fingcrling crappies, bullheads, and a few fair-sized catfish. But anyone who believes that’s all that can be expected of Lincoln’s major fishing sjxjt should talk to The Journal’s second "Fisherman of the Week.” He's Jim Nevitt, 610 So. 17th, who, with his friend L. D. Gabel of 926 So. 14th hauled in a 14 lb. 8 oz. buffalo from the Oak layout. A ll«'i LB. BUFFALO is a prizewinner in every sense of the word. Tlio only half the size of the state record, held by L. A.shbaugh of Wilber, Nevitt’s catch stands out among early- sea.'-on "b.auti?s.” And wl en the buffalo Is taken from a place such as Oak creek which is not halted M the most outstandinx spot in the state, that's enough to bring honors to any Lincoln angler. Nevitt hooked the whopping buffalo late in the day along the rocky east shore near the outlet. I • • • AS HE and Gabel describe it, the action went like this: Fishing hadn’t been good on the rocky shore and Gabel urged Nevitt to reel in and move to the north. Nevitt agreed, but decided to make "Just one more cast.” The cast didn’t travel far and Nevitt let the minnow sink slowly just before retreiving. As he started to wind, he detected ¡o»ii«d»d ii «%aii»bi». tb » fi«b»rm«n «ho i«k»a the nxMt natRtandlna prii» »«K-h «»»k 1« ««ardrd an lndUlduall>- falo took several yards of line before Nevitt eould begin taking In slack. With Gabel’s help. Nevitt worked the big fellow for 25 minutes before dragging him In. "It was the biggest fish I ever caught.” grins Nevitt, "and I was only using four-pound test line at that.” Game commission personnel weren’t surprised at Nevitt’s luck. It seems that after the state fair last year, several of the fine specimens of Nebraska fish on display there were dumped in Oak creek lake, o • • The Lincoln fisherman didn’t have tough competition in this week’s race. Cold weather has curtailed angling activities thru- out the state and few catches were reported. Other outstanding fish taken in Nebraska waters were: A seven and one-half pound blue channel catfish taken by Glenn Herbolsheimer, 16, in the Elkhorn river. Glenn is from Scribner. A six pound nine and one-half oz. trout caught by Raymond Cortez, Scott-sbluff, in Nine Mile drain. The fish measured 26H inches in length and had a girth of 11 inches. Miss Rosemary MaiefskI, Hem- Ingford, takes honors in the women’s division with her six- pound speckled trout pulled (All »brMka n«h»mi»n bi« arf»d to r»|Ntrt Ibrir CBtcb»« In Tb« Juur««!'« ‘•# 1»b»nnBn of thr W»»k” romp»tltloi». K»poHa d»8»riblMi| th» f1«b «aS bow It WM rMigbt «bouM b» mBll»4 lo: Sport« . DrpBrtmeiit, Th» laaenla Jaum»l, IJn- i roln i, ,N»bniali«. Fbotoa «booli be a nibble and stopped. "Then she hit.” The buf- »««navrS »»rtlttrat».! and d'"'® mm $... értv* • W«wR6g mw C1m«> mIO w ellMr Im ««r rB«rt«4 frtMB HbHk. D'à M ptUmH M Y*** ••B. Sf«F*rfy iBMfBd «11# (ittMl witll §•( «««I «{L twB—lort. »M. Iwr ZM MR gctkw y««r IriwMi« bb 4 ir U i H i « I« w cam . IU b * • tm kom Hftn, 4»y m BigM, for «a laiif « 3M wkk ... B«i«y f«««« wiwrt fM pism«. w I m * yew pU«««. Herts flv« fM mtf , . . «hveyil Cel er SMW li iMleyl â mt tatau ■ Ml m B m , •iM àM ÊÊÊ, *0 MA iMMMMW . IFaOW MAHT HMk ft SÌRMibbì iMm, H pw SwAMrSVATIONS lEARi ROEBUCK ANDCO U m BI66EST Tira Offer in Towe ALLSTATE Safety Tread TIRES With X-41 Cold Rubber and RBy<m Cord Construction First Tirr at ■agalar Law Pricr of IS.iS GET THE SECOND TIRE far •nip while they Imsl •lAMITEEB FM 18 MOimS TM qmMtw to IhB folM SMOsare! Tho iomg WBMtoff bIc-ebc trmâ has mre Ptoppteg power. TBOfh 4-ply esreBM hm BtroDg shoulder* »ad rugged sIdewBllB tlmt resist ehnflog mad bruriug. CCADC JLHK j Phon« 2-7611 Service Stetion, lOth A M or MbIu Store BMement. 19 th A M Novsk players chosen will have an opportunity to play. Arch Ward, sports editor of the Chicago Tribune, told Tom in his letter of invitation. Tonight § Pitcherê WERTEBN LEAOI E, D»a Molaw* (AdblB« «-•) *1 LISTCOLX (Kaf-ab S-t «r FBBtb 8-«i. (olorBâo «pria*« «•‘klB»»p l-«l at F«»bl<t (Zavttka •-«». Wl»blta «R«r«lti Bt !>»«»»» «Thamp^aiL (RTiBh» (Hialia 1-0) Bt Nlu«« (»3 (<«a3- »ra I-IL AMERICAN LE-Aill E. Rt. I.oal« (GBHrr t-1) at WaahfKftna (Hud«»« I -II. NATIONAL I-EAiiCr. Botnklpa «Ito» 1-1) Bt M. lioala iPol- l»t l-ZL Bn«i«n (kpabn 8 *1 Bt ntl«l>urah (DlrkMHTi 1-1 L >>w Vork (Ko«lo 0-7 «r R»i»B»<ly 0-B) M ( iNclnnatl lKaflrn^twrarr 0-2l. W’edneâday^â Schedule Omab« «I I.I.NCOL.N, nifht. TUo«« Cltp Bt D»a .Mfiln»«, Blgbl. WIrbitB Bt l'n»bltt. nlabl. Drnvrr Bt Coloiadn SpHna«. ntcbt. A.MERK A.N I.EAOI E. m. 1.4Nit« Bt WBBblniton, nicbt. I>»tr»lt Bt PbtlB4»lphls, Bight. /L hlraKo at N»w lork. t I»velan4 Bt Roaton. NATIONAL LE.4GIE. Roalon at P1tt*bar«h .N»w %'nrk at ( Inrianatl. Pblladelpbla at t hIrMo. Bmoklya at HI. 1.4)uia. Blu« Kill 88. Nauon 83H. Clay C»nt*r 53H. Harrard 40. S«f)tla 13H. St. C«eliia (flaatlnaal 10H. Ed*ar 10, R»d Cloud 7. Hendaraon 4, St. Paul 4, Lawrtnc* 2, Daanebrog 1. (laM D Alaxandrta 47. OI«n*iI 3«, McCeol Junction 28. Cb«it*r 23. Aitall 21««, Hll- ' dmh 21. Fairmont 12>a, Hampton ItH Divtnport 11, Hardy 10. Ruakin 8. Doniphan 8. Carl«fon 8 W»it»rn 8. FItn ^ Cr»ek 8, Cowi«« 8, Btadan 34, Wilcox 3. Phllllpa 1*4. RONALD ZOOK .. all-state. eager proved handy with the di.scus. HarrisbiirK, Chappell Cop District Crowns BAYARD, Neb.—Harrisburg, state Class D track champ in 1948, won district track honors here Monday. Chappell romped off with the Class C crown. The scoring: I I.Ann |>: Harriahura «>7 1 18, «un* flower iMi’chein ,384. %f»lh»ia 37. -Mr- Orew 28 5 1. Liberty «Morrill i 28. l.e«»l- S»n 17V«. Hyannl« 8. Broadnaier 3, Victory Hill «Scotlabluff) 1. t LA*.s f : Chappall 64 4. rhadron Prep 56 4 Hemlngford 26 4. Hay .sprinae 28 4, Oahkoah 28. Rl( Sprlnaa 16, Ku.«hvti:e 8 4, Lyman 24, Morrill 2 College Baseball Notre Hame 4, MlrhlgBn 3. In«B t«tat» 2, Kjmi«b« State 1. Mt>«oart 4, Kanaa« 3 Purdue 8, Uabaah 2. Hastings Nicks Wesleyan, 8-3 HASTINGS, Neb. — Hasting.s college opened its 1950 baseball campaign here Monday night, whipping the Nebraska Wesleyan Plainsmen, 8-3. The Broncs used a four-run fifth inning to ice the arc-light contest. Two hits—single.s by Bill Becher and Chuck Stlckels—an error, two walks and two M-^'^ed balls furnished' the four tallies. Bob Gaston’s double was the only extra-base hit of the evening. Whitey Sieckmann gained the verdict. He allowed only two hits over six Innings. Robert Kropp was the loser. ..... .000 201 000—8 2 ^ 002 040 2ox—8 7 3 W»«l«yaa .... Haatlnaa .... Krnpp, Ftiik and Sqalr»«. W»*ton: Rt»rkmnnn. UrundK*rd, Htickfia tad Mabon. Becher. ft Buying a lowestprice car? Bead this / Now 4 to instead of 3 The Studebaker Champion is one of the 4 loiwest priee largest selling ears ! And look what you get in this Champion... 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