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THE DAILY REGISTER, UARRISBURG, ILL, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1947 Major League Standings \MEKICAN AV. .\i-u York IH-tioit Boston O\ eland Philadelphia C'llKM'40 \\ L ui: St. st Lotus. Boston Xi-,\ Voik 00 77 75 73 71 65 59 53 NATIONAL W. 89 80 79 72 U9 64 58 5tt . I'lul.idelphia 1'itu.bmjjli LEAGUK L. Pet. 53 .62!) 65 .542 64 .540 07 .521 70 .504 75 .4(54 82 ..418 87 .375) LEAGUE L. Pel. 54 .622 59 .576 66 .545 67 .51C 77 .473 77 .454 84 .408 Yesterday's Results AMERICAN' LEAGUE Detroit 16, Washington 6; tioit 8. Washington 4. Vow York 6, St. Louis 4. Philadelphia 11, Cleveland . , 1'hiladelphia 4. Cleveland 4 (g.ime i ulled end of 9 innings, Sunday 'Chicago 1, Boston 1 (game called end 7th. rain). NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 7. Pittsburgh 3: I'hiladelphia 9, Pittsburgh 7. Hoston 1. Chicago 0; Chicago 6, loton 1. Diooklyn 13, Cincinnati 2; Brook- j\ii i; Cincinnati 3. .Now York 9. St. Louis 1. RED RYDER By Frod Harmon . JCB AS TEACHER POEStfT \ AFTER 1 OTH " LEFT, R£p; HER. PUPIL5 GoOD-y YOU HEARp NlGHTi ALLEY OOP By V. T. HamHn Hear That? KNEV.' DANSHEOU5 SOT ID t=OZ. A. NOW IT'LL SIVE e T*STK=TCH FROM TH NEAREST Satm day's Results AMERICAN LEAGUE Nou York 5. Detroit 2. Boston 3. Cleveland 2. Philadelphia 9. Chicago 2. St Louis 1. Washington 0. NATIONAL LEAGUE ISiookhn 8. St. Louih 7. Cincinnati 3. New York 2; Cm- unnati ". New York 4. Chicago 7, Philadelphia 3; Philadelphia 3. Chicago 1. Boston 8, Pittsburgh 1. High School Football Scores ALLf COPS . _ . TO MOO OOBSr __ TO 8= T-E ffJCCEJ HE HAD HOPE: The Scoreboard Newton 13, Olncy 0. · l)u Quoin 6. Chiistopher 0. 'Pot Liquor* The southern custom of using the "pot liquor" or water in which greens have cooked, has long been approved by nutritionists because the liquor contains soluble nutrients from the greens. BY HARRY GRAYSON NEA Sports Editor ATEW YORK--(NEA)--When Happy Chan/Her gave Leo Durochcr thc buni'b lush, and told him to stay out for a year, Burl Shotton's .ippomtment .is thc Brooklyn manager came as a surprise. A lot of people stili wonder how Bianeh Rickey happened to haul the veteran out of \ i r t u a l ictircir.cnt. 11 icin.-imcd for Bill Biaiicher ! t h c countiy one of these days, but of NEA's comics drpailmem to :it present baseball in skirts is furnish pi oof that Shot ton was o n l »ed-hoi »n an eight-club»mid- Jullv qualified. vc.tcm league and in another m Chicago Since some of the cities me v. ithout minor league ball, as played by thc short- 1 quolified "I'm reading columns heie and thr-ic about h"\\ tmart Shotton i c . guiding the Dodcors to that pen- nnnt.' 1 say, Biatirh^r 'I don't like to be menu, nnd Burt is ttich a nice old guy that I feel cslmrKt to i ^ p ^ i t thi r . but Shott^n ir. thc only roach 1 know who ever nipped n ;ril!y by his ov. n team. 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Thus i . tho my I c i y '1° l\«m t h . i t d.iy .m, B m t \vn:, · t.iriprd fin B n « ' k l % n -- but in thu dugout, not in the rij.irh', box A n v i i c n n On K' LeaF.u" in the mirlv, c-i-t .no drc''ing-T-xnn John- Thc jjaK ;iio ohopcpinod. hov ever, !ur. c to be in their room 1 ; two noun .liter g.imc tnr.c and at 11-30, o'clock on oft nights. They get f i o m $55 to $150 a week and hotel and traveling expenses. They mny be doing it all over 'killed gals is acknowledged to be a tot king substitute. In its fifth year, thc All-Amer- iran Gn Is' Baseball League is playing In no moie than a million pco- ple. t.iff Newspapers have assigned w i i t r r s to .cover games. me broadcast. Weekday s are played at night, double- h^.-dri^ m the Sunday daylight. l..i t yp.u in Grand. Rapids, Mir'n . f.r.i-c a coikmg oigamzed- b.i flall tov. n but for some years ··. i t h o u t -i franchise, the girls drew KUI.IJOO -ir trvmer- at home. Thc o i h r i clubs in the v.-hcel aic Fort \Vaync and South Bend, Ind.; Ro^kfoifi and Ponria, 111 ; Mus- kf-s^n, Mich : Racine and Kcnosha, W i . M-ix Caicy. thc old National ba-c-itoaling champion, is Among thc managers :ne Johnny Rav.-lmgs. the one- tn-'io Giant V.'oild -Series inficldcr; Bill \Vnmbi-Ranss of World Series ti ipl''-play renown, and Buzz Boyle, former Brooklyn outfielder. An n-mch. ball is used, which ic, an inch smaller than a regulation softball. It is -13 feet from the pitfher's box to the plate, the bases are 70 lect apart. Otherwise the rules arc the same as those governing baseball. BOWL VETERANS BACK. Bob Cunz, left, and Lou Agasse. both of whom played on Illinois team which won at Rose Bowl last year, dive for ball in practice at Champaign. Bob, a 215-pound guard, Lou, who throws his 190 pounds around at tackle, are expected to do much toward giving the Illini another great year. , (NEA Telephoto) San Francisco, i The Raleigh Redbirds contin- · ucd their winning streak by down- ling thc Fairfield Merchants, 10-1, , i ' bill ran into trouble in the night- Thc Dowcll Kathleens pushed * an( , wcrc noscd out by the El- inc uowcn i\«»mii:i;ii3 {'"*·"·" ' cap an d were nosecl out oy inc JM- across a pair of tallies in t.ic last, dorado CubS) 4.3. in a twin bill half of thc ninth to down thc Uar-, laved Sunday afternoon at thc nsburg Merchants in a ball g a m e , £ - . k By ED SAINSBURY United Press Sports Writer \ CHICAGO, Sept. 15.-- (U.R) -Coach Ray Eliot of the Big Nine's defending football champions, Illinois, sits in a perfect position for the 1947 campaign. His club is rated only as a dark- horse to repeat for thc title, and . Eliot has major worries only about u y United Press his guards and halfbacks. And The San Francisco 49'ers, who neither of these problems, to an j UPU ally aren't bashful about throw- impartial observer, appear serious, j j n g forward passes, threatened the Eliot greeted more than 100 can-1 Ail-American conference today with didates for his 1947 squad at the a big, yard-hungry running attack opening of practice, and included headed by Norm Standlee. were 35 letter winners, most of Frankie Albert, San Francisco's them from last year's Big Nine crac k passer, didn't hit enough and Rose Bowl champion squad. receivers to earn his salary ycsler- Thus, even before the season j dav? · bu t standlce. Lcn Eshmonl begins. Eliot has a fair idea of | anc t j 0 ] m strzykalski rolled up the his probable starting lineup, and | major share of 259 yards to give it's up to thc rookies to prove the 49'ers a 14 to 7 victory over themselves better than last ycar'b i the Baltimore Colts as San Fran- Yankees One s. " f · j V V Game Away from Pennant Dodgers Extend Lead to 7 Games !n Double Victory By JOHN GRIFFIN United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, Sept. 15--U.£)-- The no-hum American League pennant race was just about over today with the New York Yankees one game away from clinching their 15th championship, i while in the noiiy National Lea-1 gue the Brooklyn Dodgers were only seven games away. This could easily be "C" day --clinching day--for the Yankees, ,who yesterday assured themselves ]of at" least a draw for the flag-by beating the last-place St. Louis Browns, 6 to 4. One more Yank victory -- they are playing the Browns today--or one nure Red Sox defeat--they are playing the White Sox in a doubleheader-will wrap up the pennant. The Red Sox dropped to third place yesterday when their twin- bill against Chicago was rained out after seven innings of the first game with the score tied 1-1. Detroit won a doubleheader to take second, but the .Tigers, with 77 wins and 12 games to go, cannot match the Yanks' 90 wins while the Sox, with 75 wins and 15 more games, still have a mathematical chance to-tie. '· :- · Dodgers Win Two Tommy Henrich's 16th homer with two men on and Johnny Lin-: dell's 10th with the bases "empty were the Yanks' big wallops in yesterday's win, while Lefty-Joe Page turned in a top-notch relief- job to save the victory for Vic Raschi. The Dodgers picked up a game and a half yesterday by taking a doubleheader from Cincinnati, 13 to 2 and 6 to 3, while- · the St. Louis Cards took a 9 to 1 beating from the high-powered New York Giants Lefty Joe Hatten was the' winning pitcher for Brooklyn in both games, going all the way and giving seven hits to take the. first and permitting only one hit in five and one-third innings of relief in thc nightcap. Peewee Reese homered for the Dodgers in the second game. Giant rookie Larry Jansen beat the Cards for his 19th win of the year. Walker Cooper- arid Bobby Thomson exploded ·- homers in ^his support. Tigers Win Doubleheader The Cards and 'Giants meet again today, while the Dodgers have an off-day. ·Joe Dobson of-the Red f,ox and Ed Lopat of the White -Sox l were locked in a mound duel when the rains came. Replay of tho dible- header created today's twin bill and another bargain card tomor- About Town ' And Country (Continued from Page One) Mine, \yhere -, . j ·· *·«!' *Av Started in Britain, Resumes Pro.duttion^ across "Stretch" Miller, who-has a pre-game broadcast, and Glenn rounded up a bunch of us to-taXe part in his WEW television show from the ball field from 2:10 p. m. to 2:25 p. m. While -waiting for the broadcast the group of us, Ike Latimcr, Harry Elmer Wirth, Charlie Polk, John Towle, Chab. Skaggs. Walter Brown, Glenn Armistead and I, got to see the Cardinals and Giants go through their fielding practices from the Cardinal dugout--a new experience. The Card players were a little surprised at seeing their bearded friends and maybe the shock had something to do with the 9 to 1 plastering the Giants gave them. The thing that struck Timotheus about ball players is how very, very yo'ung most of them look when you're up close to them. This Red Schoendienst looks like he ought to be about a junior in high school and aforementioned D e l R i c e , Buck's new-found cousin, looks like he ought to be playing left halfback for some prep grid team. Jim Hearn, pitcher, looks very young, also. Jolliest boy on the Card team, I believe, is Ron Northey. " But Joe 'Garagiola. who caught for the Cards and is 20 years old, pulled the beards of Harry .Elmer and me, to give him luck in 'the game to follow. The gesture didn't give him any basehits, however. Then "Stretch" took us out on the fisld and -questioned all of us about pur Centennial. He did a com plete job of it and the only draw back was that there are so few television sets.' It's too bad the in terviews couldXt have gone over the baseball broadcast chairr. ' -Mickey Roo'ney was at the game LONDON, Sept. 15.--(UH--The J Grimotb.or.pc coal mine, where $40 j men struck five weeks .ago and* started a general walkout that'took.2 a total of nearly 60.000 "-minors t from their jobs in Yorkshire, started full operations again' todajr»-t 1 Three union investigators-went back to the mine with the menV- to determine whether the mlning'of 15 1-2 tons of coal a day was too much to ask from each man. That was what started the strike. ·«' · The old quota had been 13 tons.' The miners union and thc government raised it 2 1-2 tons. One x hundred and forty Grimethorpe r miners said it was "humanly .impossible" to do so much work and ".truck. All of the 2,600 men who work n the Grimethorpe mine joined them. The strike spread through 55 mines and cost Britain 600,000 ions of coal. The government, reached an agreement with the workers last week, after cabinet officials had pleaded with · them to go back, because Britain was on the brink of bankruptcy. Indian Mound · An Indian burial site near Potosi. Wis., is believed to have contained 500 bodies. Exploration has pn duced many copper tools that were. used by the Indians. He sat about 12 rows down directly in front of us. He's certainly a little brat. He had on gray shirt and pants and his sandy hair went in every direction. And he's a fidgety little rascal, too. Wirth came back home with a unique souvenir. He had the auto 1 graphs of a dozen or more Cardinal players penciled on his white shirt?. cisco. MOTSINGER AND ROSE Bonds and Insurance 17% S. MAIN ST. Phone 655R Mctilnger J. E. "Pete" Rose i UI71H j- ***.v-» ...*...*« , ,, , - . . i I plavcd at thc Dowcll park Sunday aftcinoon by a 4 to 3 score. The ! park. Redbirds racked up their !·*-» inc i JL*»^ A^V.V»»^··^··^ -- (ho wnv ! 19th win of the season in the open- until the !er t banging out 10_hits six of them Merchants up f playing er- Hughcs an one Even at guard, a position which. Standlee scored both San Fran- Eliot proclaims as \\cak. he has cisco touchdowns. He broke his own three lettermen, headed by Herb j ball carrying record, gaining OK Siegcrt and John Wrecn. "" " Proven Stars Thc same situation exists amon Q ,, 96 i yards on 23 'attempts. i Little Doc Mobley scored the easterners' only touchdown after DR. D. A. LEHMAN EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT Glasses Fitted . 203 North Vine Street Suite 4--Harrisburg Hospital GOODRICH TIRES Passenger, Truck, Tractor HARRISBURG TIRE BATTERY 206 E. Poplar Terms 174R1 is to load 3 " the" hind thc P Jalc going to third. tcntionally passed sacks but Ruble ruined the stratc- "v bv slashing a .single to left to drive" York and Nelson across the ""Cell ^stcd no lime in lying jg^je'ajul Ml "P ' ! '?,..frr,S Sfol ffiS|SS*»l vonlors. Harker Niley INSURANCE AGENCY SALINE COUNTY CREDIT BUREAU CREDIT REPORTS INVESTIGATIONS COLLECTION SERVICE Pructt Building Phone 678 all thc way for Fairfield with Gar- rctt behind thc plate. D. Rittenbcrry with two doubles, Cliff Whillock with a double and U(* i-iv- v-w.~ , . i ir c plate twice in their half ol eighth via a walk and two Harrisburg came on in the and forged ahead by scoring a run in thc first of the inning. Ful- kcrson singled, went to second on I Utldtrw «in.« * **··*--- -- 7 -- % iond baseman, collected half of his ibi l £!3^!^^^1^|5^is2Sfl!S mcn -S^f-^ S?J |;i l c ' te r " Snc ' sco lhrM , K ; Y. the rejuvcn- Buffalo Bills moved into a Q I l C l H l \ / « J * f 4 t » l ^ V » v * " » * - » ~ -- -- . and Jack Pierce, the twin speed-, _ . stcrs who won letters on thc 1945 first place tie with thc .__ m ! Yankees in the eastern tC The latter pair might^ upset, £ ^^SS^SffSi^ dope sheet all around the confer- ^ thc fe man in thc encc. and they might be thc making of a championship club Bray, Detroit socked Washington twice, 16 to 6 and 8 to 4; with a total of 31 hits in the two games. Fred Hutchinson got his 12th win in the opener and Dizzy Trout won the second with help from Al Benton. The Philadelphia Phils also won a doubleheader, beating Pittsburgh 7 to 3 behind the six- ihit pitching of Dutch Leonard and 9 to 7 for Schoolboy Rowe. Harry Walker, the National Leagues leading batsman, had four hits in six tries. Braves, Cubs Split Warren Spahn gained his 18th victory for the Boston Braves, beating the Cubs 1 to 0 with a nine-hitter 1 in thc first game of a doubleheader, but the Cubs came back to take the second behind Johnny Schmitz, 6 to 1. Coming up with nine runs in the eighth inning, thc Philadelphia A's beat Cleveland, 11 to 9, in the first game of a doubleheader, and they came back with a run in the ninth to tie the second 4-4 when curfew e"nded the game. Bills' offense. who runs seen little action since. i director Pierce t.ium P« seen e ac . the rushing leader in mo, was out ond baseman, couecieu nan uj. «» me rusnmg icauci in *srsj, ««o »"- i.-.tp.- team's hits with two singles. j i as t year with an injured leg; %££iTM. The nightcap proved to be a much tighter ball game as the Cubs downed thc Redbirds, 4-3. beat out a bunVdown the first base line. Harrishurg's lead was short lived for Dowell rallied for two runs UJJ 1*1 ** »- * fc» · · w - · - - - 1^ B lasted down to the last inning. Hughes, in going the route for Ral- ci«h allowed only five hits while 12, striking out thc side All of Eldorado's hits nish Eliot with strong passing. Bedford Cubs Beat cd for uowcn raiuuu mi i«» *" in the fifth Ml of Eldorado's nits to cop the contest. Three «'ts sing i cs . but the Redbird in- and a walk interspersed with a fly were ^ng al fielding ball and a fielder's choice did thc jjcw g co^ ^ ^^ Blacka?d trick for thc winners. Eldorado hurler. equally as stin- n isn r.uut »u.u anvii* i»..~... D . - .,, 0 , Romonosky was on thc rubber, w|th safct ics, allowing only j fullback Russ Stegcr, a sophomore. Eddyville, 2 to I for thc Merchants and had allow- |v} } , d trou bl c finding thc will be more than adequate, a - od the: Kathleens only three hits ", a c t c in t h e early'innings and was «--* TMTM reserve strength Tnc Lcdford Cub until the eighth. Thc Merchants |* d bv thc {inc defensive play i · n ^vnrincc cnnnnrt anai « t.- ." .~.«.n«%c ocn»riaiiv his Rattcrman, one of the heroes of college Chicago Bills' season York up thc short touch- to Lafayette King com at v.«i ··»". - j i clown pass to Laiaycuc rviuj; «,-uiii- uscle. | niatHv fooled the Chicago second- Both however fit the pattern o ^ tC S df0 ^ cCd passed the ball into ..j^.. ^,, nrt -,,, .mnm-tant lost i « * . . . for ( j h(jt Mulrvn 's 13-yard (Buddy Young, an important i nosiuon ior star of thc Illini, and cither one, Posmon ior might show up as a T formation ^i^rlT" back who could give the opposition fits with speed alone. \JL llljj UdOl*. Rocket quarterback Sam \acanti set up a forward-lateral to Bill Schroeder for the first Chicago fits with speed alone. , s c hroeder for the first Chicago Moss at Quarterback , , . , . . . score and passed to Ray Ramsey In the rest of thc bacKfield the .. nd Max Worr j s f o r the losers Illinois squad seems well prepared. cthcr toucn d o%V ns in the final min- Perry Moss, a refugee from ruisa utcs of thc gamc who directed thc 1946 squao, will SEE John B. Owen, J. P. "% S. Main Phone 655W for State, or Drivers' License, Collections, Deeds or Mortgages. INCOME TAX · . ·Mfc,^^ _ ^ Complete Stock of Washer and : Radio Parta Pronipi Service On Report Radio Electric Service Pdplsr Pl»« 174R1 uniu i"« vih""'- *···" - _. _-.j'saveu gave him errorless support and i f hi turned m several fine fielding· - - with Nelson, Stahons though some reserve strength would be helpful. to be tough The Lcdford Cubs beat iilc, 2-1, in a baseball gamc play- Sundav afternoon on thc Lcd- nmates, especially ms The line promises to DC UUB» cu ouiiuay m who made several fine | w ith Ike Owens and Sam Zatkoft ford diamond - - hit balls to! the probable starters at end. At Jarreil, .hurlcr for _Lcdfoia. ^ai and hits 1112 HIV' I"* was his battcrymatc. . Fulkerson with two singles and a double. Xelson with two singles, Hancock with two singles and Yin- varcTwith a triple and single led the Merchants' 11-hit attack. Kris, Yurina and Buyan with two hits each collected six of Dowcll s Ci ^ S MoSs will play the feat ic-aiarncffa lllfpiaycrs arc asked to report for jthc only Eldorado lect two safeties. L --,, , ,, for Eldorado and D. Rittenberry was behind the plate for Raleigh. I practice Tuesday evening in order I to sharpen up" for the game with 'the Kentucky lads who have a I great ball club,, having lost only [three contests in their last 20 ! games. Romonosky has beaten 'them in twrt of the three contests ''tint I hoy h:i\«- loM. »iu-o with tin' I Merchants and once with Union! town, Ky. for whatever reserve strength he c \n dig up. Thc Champaign crew opens with Pittsburgh, then travels to Iowa for the first conference game, and follows with Army, Minnesota, Purdue, Michigan, ern Michigan, Ohio State Northwestern. The O.'iily Register, 20c a by currier boy. asked -, anci Oldest Railroad Union Thc Grand International Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, organized in 18G3 as the Brotherhood of the Footboard, is the oldest railroad labor organization in the United States. Yesterday's Star -- Southpaw Joe Hatten of the Dodgers, who gave up only eight hits in 14 1-3 innings to win both games of a doubleheader that boosted his team's league-lead to seven games. Beileville Holds Championship in Illinois League CEXTRALIA, III., Sept. 15.--(U.R) --Belleville today held the 1947 championship of thc Illinois ClasS D Professional Baseball League, and League President Howard V-. Millard said no Shaughncssy playoffs will be held to determine the second place winner. Belleville came out first in both thc first and second sections of the new league's first season of play. A Shaughncssy playoff originally was scheduled this week between thc teams finishing in the first four places in thc second half, but Millard said the directors of the Belleville, Marion. Centralia and Mt. Vernon clubs decided at a meeting here yesterday to call off the playoffs this year. The reasons given by Millard were thc lateness of the season for finishing thc regularly scheduled games, the fact that players in some of (he clubs were anxious to return home or to school, other counter attractions and the opening of the high school football season. The last league games were held yesterday. 'Official league standings for* thc second half season, released by Millard. wcrc: W. L. Belleville 39 Marion 33 Contralia " SO Mt. Vt-rnon '-! U'est Frankfort 24 Matloon 21 19 26 29 .11 35 36 Pet. .672 .559 .508 '.407 .368 If you're .having trouble making pay checks last from one payday till the next . . . don't get upsef. Almost everybody has the same problem nowadays. 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