The PosT-Regîster, Idaho Falls, Idaho, Thurs., Sept. 12, 1946 Page 12 Grid Season Opens Friday Night in Highland Park Rigby Red Devils Seek Victory Against Locals Twelve Lettermen On Rigby Squad; Tigers Have Four Brush off that sheepskin, laddies, your 1946 football season's just around the corner. Pigskins will by flying all over the place Friday night at Highland . park, as the Idaho Falls Tigers, the | weakest (on paper, at least) of the orange and black squads of the past few years, warm up for their opener against the Rigby Red Devils. The kickoff’s set for 8 p.m. Coaches Doubtful Seth Parkinson, coach of the defending district title holders, and Stan Pavkov, skipper for the locals, are holding their collective breaths, so to speak. Parkinson, with 12 lettermen back, is hopeful — but not too much so — that he’ll produce another winner, and all Pavkov p , r\ ji wants, with only four vets back Kigby Ked UeVHS and one of them injured, Is to make a good showing. Anyhow, there’ll be a big crowd on hand to greet the new season. The night game will give fans from both Rigby and Idaho Falla a chance to attend and from pregame talk, there’ll be a lot of them on hand from both places. The probable starting lineups are elsewhere on this page. Russets Lose Final Game of '46 Cards Win 7-4; Cowboys, Reds Take Last Tiffs Eddie Leishman Plays in Windup of Season FINAL STANDINGS W.L. Pet. GB. Salt Lake City. 38 27 .585 — Twin Falls ...... 3429 .5403 Ogden ------------ 3430 .531 3% Pocatello _____ ,3431.523 4 Boise -------------- 2836 .4388% Idaho Falls ___ 25 40.385 13 Sugar-Salem Boasts Seven Grid Letter men WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS Idaho Falls 4, Pocatello 7. Salt Lake 2, Ogden 5. Twin Falls 7, Boise 5. Golf Tournament Set by Women STAN PAVKOV, coach of the Idaho Falls Tigers, has a big task cut out for himself Friday night at Highland park, when he’ll attempt to tip the strong Rigby Red Devils in the opening game of the season for both schools. Pavkov, above ’’ will depend heavily on four lettermen, two of whom are shown above. They are Charles Criddle, rangy halfback (center) and Howard Mead, halfback. Mead may not see ction, being out of the lineup with an injured shoulder,—(Post-Register staff photos). The Probable Lineups Idaho Falls Tigers Year Sr. DICKEY MAY RETIRE DETROIT, Sept. 12. (JP> — Bill! Dickey was reported early Thurs-, day to have told President Larry j MacPhail he would retire as man-1 ager of the New York Yankees when the season ends. Narue Ben Guyman Howard Call . Sr. Keith Mobley -Sr. Don George ... Jr. Gary Waters . So. Tommy Benson Sr. Leland Flint .. Sr. Phil Mueller . Sr. Gayle Waters Sr. Elmer Bullock Sr. Don Bates Sr. Ht. Wt. Pos. Wt. 11t. Year Name 5-10 150 1er155 6-0 Sr. ______Ralph Davis 6-1 185 ltr1706-0 Sr. ______Rex Hillman 5-7 148 lgr 150 5-10 Jr. ______Dean Strand 5-8 1470 165 6-1 Sr..... Jim Mefford 5-10 160 r*. 155 5-9 Jr. ................... Ray Tate 6-0 165rit 170 6-0 Sr... Dwayne Gardner 6-0 155 rei 135 5-11 Jr. ____Warren Sutton 5-10 148 qb 1456-9 Sr. ... Johnny DeLucca 5-10 167ihr 1605-11 Jr. ____Chester. Seigar 5-11 158 rhl 1656-0 Sr. ____Charles Criddle 5-9 164 fb 170 6-0 Sr. ..........Ben Jernberg Brooklyn Gains Half Game in Pennant Race Deadlocked Contest Sets New Record For Major Leagues NATIONAL LEAGUE Women Wanted For Steady Employment GOOD WAGES At The Home Service 264 C St. Laundry Phone 264 Tigers Blast Red Sox Second Time, 7 to 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. GB. Boston ----------- .96 45 .681 — Detroit ----------- ..78 57 .578 15 New York ____ .79 60 .56816 Washington — .6771 .48627 % ; Chicago .......... 64 75 .460 31 Cleveland ......... 63 77 .45032 % St. Louis , .39 76 .437 34 j Philadelphia ..47 93 .338 48 St. Louis —87 Brooklyn Chicago — Boston ------------70 Cincinnati --------58 on six hits in the first inning, the Detroit Tigers forced additional postponement of Boston’s pennant celebration Wednesday by handing the Red Sox their fifth straight j Philadelphia defeat, 7 to 3, Hank Greenberg’s three run homer hastened Ferriss’ departure as Pittsburgh 1 New York DETROIT, Sept. 12. (¿P>—Pasting the American league’s leading pitcher, Dave Ferriss, for five runs TMi apt timi •vm( mtam* btHtr aèappimf the sophomore rightnander retired after facing 10 Tigers in the first inning and permitting six of them to hit safely. Greenberg’s 33rd home run followed singles by Eddie Lake and George Kell in the opening inning for three runs and the Tigers scored twice more on singles Joy Roy Culienbine, Jimmy Bloodworth and Birdie Tebbetts and Don Gutteridge’s error to salt away the decision in their first turn at bat. Boston ..........000 111 000— 3 7 1 Detroit _____500 000 02x— 7 8 2 Ferriss, Dobson, Klinger and Wagner; Trout, and Tebbetts. Athletics 0, Browns 4 ST. LOUIS, Sept. 12. CP)—Ells Kinder and Frank Biscan collaborated on a five hit pitching job Wednesday night to give the St. Louis Browns a 4 to 0 victory over the Philadelphia Athletics in the final game of their season’s series which the Brownies took by a 12 to 10 margin. Philadelphia ..000 000 000— 0 5 2 St. Louis _____000 110 llx— 4 8 1 Knerr and Rosar; Kinder, Biscan and Moss. W. L. Pet. GB. .8751 .630 — 8451 .622 1 % .73 60 .549 ii% 70 64 .52215 76 .433 27 .59 79 .428 28 55 78 .41429% .56 83 .403 31% Sept 12. (/P)- -The POCATELLO, Sept. 12. CP) — The Pocatello Cardinals, Pioneer league champions in its last season Of play before this year, wound I Jacobson 2, Hemus. Antonali 2, Rot/ell, up the 1946 season Wednesday i Vinblatlh. Errors—Ra«ni, Hairy, McNul- night by cinching fourth place in'ly 3’ A*delot‘e 2- Hemus_2, Thomson 2 , second half standings with a 7 to 4 victory over the Idaho Falls Russets. Idaho Falls ended in the cellar. The game Wednesday night was j Bases hits and 12 errors. \ Northern District Team Among Favorites for Title marked by 26 The home team collected 16 bingles off the offerings of Bernie1^ , -7 ryl j. c Schmitt and Johnny Conant. UOWDOyS /, rllOTS D Charlie Rotzell led the Pocatello \ _ , attack with four hits in fourl BOISE, Sept, 12. </P' The Twin chances at the plate. Sol Hemus,!™18 Cowboys clinched second with two hits in three at bats, fail-(Place ln *be secor|cl lialf loneer ed to overtake Chuck Henson of lea£ue standings with a i to Final arrangements for a playoff of May, June, July and August leg champions was announced Thursday by the tournament committee of the Idaho Falls Women's Golf association. Association officials said Grace Branthoover would meet Gertrude Orullian, and Flora Ballard will meet Bessie Maples. The .winners for ____ on ball* — Conant l. Glimpse 3. Ufoe title, with the champion getting turn the trick. Left on bases—Idaho Fall 11, Pocatello! ». ». . • |iurn me incn. 7. Time—1:40. Glimpse. Stolen bases—Rotzell 2. Sac rifice hits—Hemus 2, Antonali. Two bast hits-—Hafey, Martin, Hill. Runs batted in—Martin 2, Tapp, Rotzell 3, Williams. Losing pit rtior Schmidt. Struck out — by Schmidt 3, Conant 1, Glimpse 3. j of the two matches wil collide (Special to The Post-Register) SUGAR CITY, Sept. 12. — A lot of East Idaho football fans, in their hurry to climb on the Rigby Red Devil bandwagon, have overlooked a potential championship team in the Sugar-Salem Beetdiggers, who not only expect to make things hot for a lot of opponents, but who have seven lettermen back to help the Salt Lake City Bees for first place in league batting honors, and finished second with .361 for the year. Hemus was presented with a trophy and wrist watch as the most valuable player on the Cards’ roster. Second Baseman Martin paced the Russet attack with four hits in four trips to the plate. Man 5 win over the Boise Pilots Wednesday night in the last game of the regular season of play. Twin Falls goes home to meet Salt Lake City Friday night in the first game of the playoff to determine the 1946 pennant winner. Twin Falls won the first half crown after the Cowboys and the Bees tied in regular first half play and a free association membership for j The pigskin laddies of N. Holman, 19£Z" ™ r-»’ t«r J ' Who took over the reins this year | * orenre McBimey won Wednea- lfr()m R , Zimer WiU fol]ow a pat. | day a cross country match the tern in' general use all over the committee stated, scoring a 32, and |S^a^e when they plung into action winning the least putts prize, re- i ’________________________________ quiring only 12. i Plans have also been announced TL« ^rhorlnlf» for the annual Red and Blue tour- , 1 nc JU,CUUIB nament, with Chloe Martin, city champ, and Helen Gourley, runner- ! up, named team * captains. The 1 tournament will start this weekend, and will continue through next Wednesday. ager Eddie Leishman entered the 1 determining series was necessary, game for the Russets in the closing innings, playing first base. 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With Dain Clay on second and Lonnie Frey on first as a result of walks, and one out, Bert Haas singled sharply to right. Walker fired a oerfect throw to Catcher Bruce Edwards on one bounce, and the swift footed Clay was caught. 000 000 000 000 000 000 0—0 10 2 Brooklyn 000 000 000 000 000 000 0—0 8 1 (Called end 19th, darkness.) Vander Meer, Gumbert and Mueller; Gregg. Casev, Herring, Behrman and Edwards. Phils 9, Red Birds 4 PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 12. (A*)— Ben Chapman’s carefree Phillies, loose as ashes and free of pennant worries, staggered the St. Louis Cardinals Wednesday with a 9-4 wallop that left the Red Birds gasping for breath on the eve of their all important invasion of Brooklyn. St. Louis .....„...000 130 000— 4 9 0 Philadelphia .110 020 50x— 9 10 1 Beazley, Burkhardt, Brazle, W’ilks and Kluttz, Rice; Judd and Semi nick. failed to connect on his one trip to the plate., Schmitt was charged with the defeat. Jim Glimpse went the route for the Cards. Box score: Idaho Falls ARHOA Star, ton cf 4 110 Martin 2b 5 4 12 Ragni rf 4 0 11 Hafey lb 4 15 3 Leishman lb 1 0 1 0 McNulty 3b 2 0 2 1 Gibson, If 2 10 0 Hill lf-cf 5 111 Aydelotte ss 4 0 6 1 Fontaine c 3 14 3 Tapp c 112 3 Schmidt p 3 0 0 1 Conant p 10 0 1 Women Launch Bowling Season Sept. 17—Driggs at Sugar-Salem. Sept. 20—Sugar-Salem at Ashton. Sept. 27—Sugar-Salem at St. Anthony. Oct. 5 —Shelley at Sugar-Salem. Nov. 5—Firth at Sugar-Snlem. Nov. 11—Sugar-Salem at Rex- hurg. Twin Falls ......140 010 100— 7 8 0 Boise ...................110 010 002— 5 15 3 Wittig and Bright; Hicks, Susee,). Tbe Idaho balls women bowl- Schmitt and Barker, Entwistle. leaSue gpt underway Y\ ednes- |day night, with three teams, Hou- q „ —. . _ gen Music, Rio Beauty and Bar bees 2, Ugden 5 iber Shop, and W’estern Potato tied ¡for the lead after all results were in. I OGDEN, Sept. *12. CP)—The Salt j Hougen Music Store defeated Jacobson Gity Bees, second half Pion- j Idaho Cold Storage 3 to 1, Rio Hemus 2b 3 2 7 1 1 eer champs, completed their reg- i Beauty and Barber shop won by Antonali if 222 o ular season of play Wednesday j the same score over the Lady Eag- Rotzeif Cf 4 4 4 0 nl£ht by bowing in defeat to the Vinbladh rf 3 2 10 Ogden Reds, 5 to 2. Borich rf ioo o ! Salt Lake City 200 000 000— 2 11 1 ÏÏXSS, £ i ? ! SI °*de” •„ 000 030 2°*- »9 ° Singleton Glimpse p 4 12 11 Powell, Savarese and Storey; 4 0 0 1 1 Schlensker and Bennett, Wellman. Totals ...34 16 27 9 : Total* „ 39 10 24 17 Idaho Falls Pocatello _ Runs — Stanton, Gibson, Hill, Tapp; Buy With Want Ads! les, and Western Potato scored a 3-1 victory over the Idaho Falls Women. The line scores: Hougen Music ........665 622 658—195, Cold Storage Rio Beauty ... Lady Eagles Women ...569 672 622—1863 ...603 611 650—1864 .,..627 567 639—183 „..557 561 547—1665 September 17 with a “T” formation offense, and what’s more, there are three lettermen back from last season’s backfield to help make the tricky formation click. Like many other schools, the Beetdiggers will lay away school books and grid togs during most of October to do exactly what their name implies — dig beets. The farm harvest, however, will not interfere with their participation as a member of the northern division of the sixth district conference, with only Rexburg, from early season predictions, in their class. Lettermen backs returning to the Beetdigger roster include Newel Neibaur, fullback; Max Holman, left halfback and Glen D&lling, quarterback. Linemen are Arlo Belnap, left tackle; Clyde Neibaur, right tackle; Frant Neibaur, right guard and Boyd Lusk, left end. WANTED! AT LEAST 1.000 USED CARS TRAILERS TRUCKS! jTes, we need cars, trailers, trucks—^ urgently! And we’re willing to pay the price-your price-* to get’em. Drive in and let CASH talk! NOBODY BUYS MORE I... OR PAYS MORE/ Cubs 3, Braves 3 BOSTON, Sept. 12. UP»—1The third place Chicago Cubs and the fourth spot Boston Braves made their last meeting of 1946 a memorable one Wednesday by playing a 3-3 tie that was called at the end of the 17th inning because of darkness. The game was the longest of the year at the Braves’ field. Chi. . 020 010 000 000 000 00—3 13 1 Bos 000 030 000 000 000 00—3 8 1 (Called end I7th, darkness.) Schmitz, Kusk, Borowy and Scheffing; Spahn, Wallace, White, Barrett and Masi. Pirates 7-7, Giants 6-5 NEW YORK, Sept. 12. CP)-The Pittsburgh Pirates sank the New York Giants into the National league cellar Wednesday by winning both ends of a double header 7-6 and 7-5. First game: Pittsburgh .„...000 033 100— 7 9 0 New York ......010 210 020— 6 10 2 Heintzelman, Lanning and Baker, Salkeld; Koslo, Thompson, Abernathy, Jones and Lombarid. Second game: Pittsburgh —003 400 000— 7 9 2 New York „....020 002 100— 5 8 2 Gables, Heintzelman and Salkeld; Voiselle, Gee, Budnick, Jones, Kraus and Cooper. $Ta Äs» rad/os * app/iances * f/res m c torte* VKRN FOGG, Manager (Across Street From City Building) Seals Maintain Torrid Pace By The Associated Press San Francisco’s Seals keep their hot Pacific Coast league pennant drive going Wednesday night, with a 3 to 0 shutout over the Seattle Rainiers. Oakland defeated San Diego 8 to 3, Hollywood beat Los Angeles 4 to 3 and 10 to 2, end Sacramento downed Los Angeles t to t.
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