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Thursday, June 25, 1953
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Salina Juniors Hand Manhattan II to 1 Setback Salina's Exltne-American Legionj junior baseball team will face one of its strongest foes of the season at 8:15 pm Friday when Wichita's American Legion team moves here. The SaUna club will be after its llth straight triumph ana 12th win . in 13 games this season. Salina won its lOtli straight vic-j tory in easy fashion Wednesday j night, smashing back Manhattan! 11 to 1. ; Salina held a -1-1 lead going into, the bottom of the sixth when thej club broke loose for seven runs.i Keith Vogt hurled the victory,' allowing only three hits. He struck i out seven and walked four. UaroM Cu!!?y. Salina catcher. led E.xline's 9-hit attack with a- triple and single in two trips to the. plate. Firstbaseman Douglas' of; Manhattan collected two of three hits the visitors made. Slanhiittan— 1 s<*ljr.a— U AB R H! thej Pairings Set For Golf Tourney At Northview links Pairings have been set for the president-secretary golf tournament at Northview Country club. Entry fee will be refunded to the winning" team. Losers also treat winners to' a dinner. . || Members of the president team'j are listed first in the following ; | pairings: .'...- • '•". Bleu Sheltua vs •• Harold' Petcrion. Mac McCollum v< Andy Ntisbaum, Bob B&ll vs Don Cain, Bob Wlssing v3 Irvia 1 Puchs, Sud clarK vi Keith Wiener, D. Htstwolt vs G. Pcarce, E, • Oiirk va C. Clark. Orval ^o\v« v> P, Cllrlatcnson. J. Hardiity v* C. J. Klaus, B. Huitoa ve Al Thompson, Bruc« RcberU vs ' Jim Clark. G. Morrison .v« George Abbott, Ray , veson v» B.. Ewlng, 1* B. Foster v« B.i| Johnson.- Larry Uean vs 3. Clark. .John' Egan vs Alex Baroeck, B. Butcher vs I... Woodburn. B. Tomllnson .vs Gale Doner,, Vic Linderaan vs Harold Lear. E.-Nlco(|; vx B. Hoffman, B... Kaufman vs E, Hall. T. Boyli vi D. Jintcn, Bcotlx L*at» vi P. Lockwowl. Ira ckmiicr "i ?.'sj'8e.. rwxtor. Art rrtcim 11 ). .Baker, Tom Eon vi Larry B«an. Jack Buell v» C. Nelnaway. J. Atulover vs L, WerrUs. H. Brown vs T. Barbrdt, Jack Wllllanu vi K. Collins, Warren Allison vs W. R. BuMtn. B. Hartley vs M. Lannlng. 'J. Krumer va C. N. HcCollum, M. Silver v> Lee Jones, Haroia Crnuwy vs Kip Lamer. B Halibrlpk vs Larry Book. Forrest Pettey vs.Bill Lyon, Cbarles- Wpeckerle vs Clark Snyder, Jtm Sarvl* v» J. Llndem»n. P.. T. Blood v>-K.. Panson, E. Bell vs O. Boyle, K. Stltti vs J. Frlesen, G. Mason vs J. Crow, G. forgery vs D. Bailey, K. Sanford vt R, Gftrdenhlre. Dale Lyons vs.At Thursday, June 25, 1953 ape 14—The Salina Journal Norlon and jg. Llvintood vi O'M« Surbaugh. TEXAS LEAGUE Sap Antonio 3 Shrevcport 0 Houston « Beaumont 0 Fort Worth 4 DaUas 3, 11 innings ' • •'.' Oklahoma City 8 Tulsa 2 BASEBALL Exline-Legion rs. Wichita BLUE JAY.PARK - .:•.''. FRl. JUNE 26 - 8:30 p.m. .. ' ' ..-'•-••.Adm. £0c per person, tax incl. Season Tickets $LOO tax inch Souvenir score card courtesy Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. : THKEE GIFTS, awarded, courtesy, Exline, Engine Works! Smith. 3b Douglas, Ib Wtiltmore, c I Viit, ?s 3 Barnes, -b 2 Murpliy. K 2 Bishop, cf 2 Wdreham, rf 2 Hirper. if. p 1 JDo«bele, p, Ft 3 * 0 If 0|Saer. !f 2 H. Smith, 0 ojcclicy, c '!. 0 0; Wilbur, 3b 2 1 11 Pintail, d 2 0 OlAiwn, Ib . 4 0 OJMorris, ss 4 0 OfRowaon. 2b 4 0 OIKIrk'rick. rf 2 0 O^Stansbury, rf 2 jvost, f . 3 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE nirnibeivi IMcn attentively as j,»te Ostt-'nbrrjj. st.induijj 31 li'ft, explains Salinn chnnres of getting the Joplin club of the Western Association for the second half of the,pennant race. The chamber of commerce men agreed that if Joplin does move,' and the Yankees would come lo Salina, they would back a ticket campaign. (JOURNAL PHOTO) TtHi« 24 1 3, Total? 25 II .Manhnit&n 000 IM 0- 133 j 3;ilinii 303 CO.' x—II 9 4 J E -Culley, Morris*, Kow.«on. Vopt, Smith! 2. Sarni's. RSI—Alton. VQRI, Smith, Cu!-j !•;>•, Wilbur. Pinkall, Morrbf. 2B—Baer. 3BJ •-Cuiley. Ba)*i—Doeiielt;. LQB—l'anhatiair 7. Salina 6 BB—Dncb*Ie 4. Yogi -1. 50 Doebele 5. VCR! 7. HP—Bacr **;.' Salina Men To Joplin With C of C Backing ••..:.. 4^ . Salina's chances of returning to professional baseball- 4-Minule-Mile May Be Reality This Weekend ' DAYTON, 0., I* —' The four- minute jnile may be taken from Riu-pon . Winner—V in the Western association for the remainder of the 1953| and money than any feminine pro.the mythical category and placed H season, and in the future, hinge on the outcome of a meeting! Hi 1 * year 5" d more than ™« o£ in ** recOTd books this week end —i. ° . °ithe men. .Her-winnings shot over by a lean, youthml Kansan during im Joplin, Mo., Sunda}-. , : : '•• - ' Cookie Twin-Bill Slated Thursday j Bert Lamb and. Lute Ostenberg.j I !• i former officials st the old Salina 10111111 |Baseball club,- told members of the >**'|*llll 'chamber of commerce at a gath- jering Wednesday afternoon they |will attend the meeting in Joplin.' i- At the meeting the Salina men! ( A Cookie league double-header Is! wili investigate the report that Jop-j ..jhn's Miners may not finish the; in the association. • Bv The Associated Press | the men. .Her winnings shot over!by a lean, yo ! the .517,000 mart when she: took'the National AAU indoor track and the Women's Western Open at At-ifield 'championships at Dayton high scheduled io start at 6 pm Thursday in Blue Jay park. [season In the opening game the Exline Jfreak Reaches Four Straight school stadium. Santee, the University If Joplin does plan to move, and Kiwanis teams of the 81-40 division o£ the K-1S league wi'lli play an exhibition game. At 8 :15 pm the Knights of Colum-l bus Cookies of the same loop will! shnuld j , m move the meet the Concordia Elks- Cookie: men , voul(] seek aS5Urance Topeka remained two games be- then the Salimuw will confer hind the league leading-St. Joseph >rith New JTork Yankee officials about moving the team to Saliuu. Cardinals in the Western Associa-! tion Thursday after both teams lanta iast Louise went out Wednesday, and W es Santee, the University of shot a neat .75, one over women'sJKansas flash who has already par of 37-37-74 for the 6,117 yard. fame doser t l lan any other Amer| Rochester .Country Club course. ; .| ican to the elusive "perfect" milei' I But Miss Berg, who is..second| w ai be the main focus'of atteri- tin money-winnin-, won't concede; u on to the two'day meet. anything. . ; I' But even if Santee, 20, whose re-"I- think it will take about f 296, cent 4: one second off the 1 even par, to,," Patty.'iaid.j world recordi fajls to achieve ^j . c °.^._ ^(objective, there are strong possi-i ~ bilities that as many as a half-'i " Tms have the a driver ' 3 and !t definitely. -,1s T"«e are seven team. ' . Admission will be free to pames. won series openers Wednesday iP ar - five holes and otl most of them Salina!n'ght.. - jy° u C^' 1 reach ^ S«* n m Wo - the I The Owls put together seven run's! The . P ar three holes are hard.for a-dozen other international marks will tumble.. The California twosome of Par- I Yankees would continue to operate | in lhe sev enth and eighth innings both : a team in Salina in future years, j Wednesday night to defeat Hutch- women, too.. Anyone who wins willjry O'Brien and Sim Iness may! have to drive well, chip well, andj wa ;k off with new world marks ' j and that Joplin would be debt-free' nison °- 2 -' Shortstop Jerry Dowle m S ood irons - There's no roomjin the shot, put and discus. Both Kid Baseball Three games are scheduled the Kid baseball leagues Thursud night. At I at the time "it leaves the loop. [rapped a double with'the bases ! Members of the chamber of com-jioaded to spark at three-run Owl Imerce Wednesday said that they]™ 11 ?' tnat Droke a 2-2 tie. . Bob j would back any Yankee move herei Dr efs was credited with, the hurl- in'with a ticket campaign. ! in £ victory to bring his season rec-j for **? weakness. - Jim Mortimer, head o£ the cham-i° rd to 'our'wins and two defeats. . ... „ „ it-er ot commerce athletic commit-! The Cardinals handed the Mus- 6 pm m the Pee Wee league: tee told members he believed that! ko & ee Giants a 5-3 loss in the open- EaS '"J n "? Swifts Eagles take- t ' icket sa]e cou , d easi , y match 'jer at St. Joseph. The Cardinals on St. Faiths house m the Midget!^ Dre . season saje o£ ^5, wnen !got out of hand in the fourth to eague and Eagles meet Lions ml ; ^ UQm ticket3 wcn so i d j sc°« 'heir rive runs and spoil a the Cookie league. tQ Sa , ina B , U8 j _ fine pitching battle between Charle! Wednesday night Kiwanis beaU Royal Crown 9-0 in the Pee Weej „ ,„„ Saliml men return league as Fassnacht hurled one-hit ljcplin with a favorab!e reportj the .. (Cleveland 36 ba ";. , ;'ticket campaign will start next ' • T »'° walks - a TOU P le °f singles .'Chicago ...37 EIKS scored 14 runs in the first| we . k> The Jopijn dub ls slated to !and a triple turned the trick forjBoston „.... 37 inning and went on to win a 22-10: return ^ . Hollingsworth'of. St. -Joseph andj frorr _JMuskogee's Jim McDonald. are possessors of the curi-entj standards which they set this; spring. O'Brien has shot-putted 59; feet, 2 o-S inches and could achieve ! the shotput equivalent of a. four-; minute mile with a 60-foot heave.- Ine.^s. who has a 190-fbot-plus dis- ! cus toss on record, could match; that bj; going over the 200-foot mark, but nobody is expecting that. The army, navy and air force' are expected to provide stiff com- and went on to win a. 22-10j ret ^,.,, f rom a road trip on Ju]v 5 jSt. Joseph. Manager Hal KollarjWashington ..... 32 33 n over Knights of Columbusj, vni ^" wou j d be t!le first date here'- hit a 35 °- fo °t homer in the ninthi-Philadelphia ; : . ; 29 36 Midget league. Robert Wil-L ,;, „.,. _„„„• 'for the Giants. I St. Loiiis 23 ^4 in the h,,r of Mk, and Smith hit home runs. , In K of C :if tha club moves. Lanrl) and Ostenberg. who for the Giants. j St. Louis 23 Joplin extended its winning string' Detroit 18 ,, , . . ... . i continue as -club officials for the Coo-cie league K.wams de-| remainder of tne wm ive a iptimist 12 to 5 as Crom-i ,,„,„=,„,, ,„„„, „, th . to four decision over t games with a 5-3; the Ft. Smith-Van! well hurled 5-hit ball. detailed report of the Joplin mest-i Euren Twins. The Miners capital-! Softball Sing to the chamber of commerce (at -t pm Monday. ized on four hits in the sixth in-j ning for their five runs. Bill Ed-i | wards. Uie losing pitcher, had heldj It was decided should a move \ Ae . Miners hitless and scoreless [Milwaukee AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet GB petition for the college'lads with! York 49 16 ,742 —Imore than 50 servicemen already! 26 .581 10 .'entered. 28 .569 10^: Marvellous .Mai Whitfield, the 30 .552 ll^Olympic 800-metsr champion who .492 15',-i is at his .peak this year, may be .446 IS 1 ^ just the. man to erase the records ,343 25H m the 400-yard and 880-yard runs. .286 23& But Oklahoma's J. M. Mashburn, '-.vho has beaten Jamaica's Herb JMcKenley, possessor of the fastest i440-yard time ever run. could de- •prive -Whitfield of his big chance in the shorter distance. '44 45 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Chicago S New York i Cleveland 13 Boston 9 St. Louis 7 Washington 6 Detroit 6 Philadelphia 3 NATIONAL LEAGUE .631 be made to Salina, tickets would be sold in blocks of 10 for ?7.50. However, it would be possible lo sell individual tickets, too. Two games are set in the Soft-! ball program Thursday night. At s| pm Gages meet Saline County Hi-j Way. New Cambria Red Birds! meet Eagles at 9:15. j IBE'.V took over first place in the: class A softball loop by trouncing|paign would be ironed out at the Hill's Food Market, 14-9. Thomp-i iloncia y meeting. , con hit a home run with one on in| It will take more than 55000 to! the first frame. | get the club started during the sec- i for the first five frames. Complete details of a ticket cam-! Virtually Handed To Louise Suggs .... 38 .... 37 23 By Hugh Fiillertnn, .Jr. ROCHESTEP.. N. Y.. i,W—Fol- SHAFB Mustangs won a 7-0 for-jond half. Included would be j lowers of distaff <-ivot digging have feit from R and S, as the R and'expenses to the association sink-: tabbed Atlanta Louise Suggs as the £ team was restricted to the base it SHAFB. Brooklyn St. -Louis .. Philadelphia 34 New York 31 Cincinnati 24 Pittsburgh 23 Chicago 20 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Philadelphia S Chicago 2 Cincinnati 7 Brooklyn 4. Pittsburgh 10 Milwaukee .1 New York 3 St. Louis 0 31 36 45 40 .603 .597 .586 .500 .400 : .333 Fan Fare Ing fund, the National association, j Ben Hogan of. Women's golf and! fixing up Blue Jay park, obtaining i they've virtually handed her thai uniforms and equipment, an dj Women's Open championship in ad-j transportation. I vance. ' illf* McPherson Girls —i Rev. Bob Richards has set the 3 speculators to wondering about how 3U close he can come to Cornelius 4VijWarmerdam's world pole vault I "height of 15 feet, 7?i inches, and' the bettors say Walt Davis will; never have a" better chance to become the first man in history to I high jump seven feet. | Finals in 10 events are sched- juled for Friday starting at 6:30 jp. m .(CST). The rest of the 21- event program will be run off Saturday afternoon starting at 1:3(1 p. m. (EST). and Lamb estimated! But there's one strong dissent-; Win IT voice raised nmnnp' tn* 3R rnn.i *• "I j it would take approximately S25.000J ing voice raised among the 36 con. | to operate the team on a conserva-l testants who started play Thursday McPherson girls trounced Northside girls of Salina 20 to 3 Wednes- {day'night-to win the girls' softball Sam Sriead Favored In Matidkiki Meet live, basis the .remaining days of Jin the - USGA sponsored i the season. - ; en's Open. That is Patty Berg's. I There would tj 36 games at' y att J'. who won the first WOiii-jtournament. McPherson collected By Fritz Howell ]home and 36 on the road. • en ' s °P en under the ladies GA 15 hits to'four for Salina. j CLEVELAND !.?H-Despite an in- j ) sponsorship in 1946, thinks she hasl In a game for third place Rus- Mured hand, Sammy Snead was a White Ostenberjr and Lamb'j a S &od chance to win it herself.jsell outlasted Lindsborg 21 to 15. red hot-favorite Thursday as 118 agreed to head a team this year,! An d she argues that any one of aiRussell made 19 hits to nine they stated they will drop out im-i half dozen professionals could shoot j Lindsbcrg. mediately after the season and new; a winning score in the 72-holCi A large crowd attended' tesl ' games. ASSOCUTIOX Toledo 5-12 Columbus 3-7 officers would be elected during! mcc ' a ' the winter for next season. • More than 60 baseball fans at-1 > Iis s Suggs a smail girl who; tended a meeting of the Salina! wmds U P and belts (he n a!l ini Boosters club'at'the court room| the H °f?an manner and who salts! over the police station Wednesday] awa J' tournament prizes like Benl Louisville 2-4 Minneapolis night. Those in at!enrt»yice agreedi does . stin is 'he player to beat | second game 10 innings to help in. any way they could to; She has won more tournaments Kansas City 6 St. Paul 5 bring' baseball back to Salina. i ' Indianapolis 3-11 Charleston 1-7 for professionals and 2 amateurs started a 72-hoie, four-day scramble the for a $15,000 purse over Manakiki I Golf Club's 6651-yard par-72 for- est-inlested layout The long-hitting, drawling West Virginian—just back from a Florida fishing trip—clipped former Smiley, Quick by t\vo strokes with a 67 in a practice round Wednesday and declared he was ready. . Assurances were given teams now playing at Blue Jay park that they would not be oustod from tin- di.lnionil. It a professional club is.rMi.jrnedl here, teams now playing scheduled: games would be allowed to use the! Casey Can't Say A Word About The All-Star Game policy in past years. But nothing- concrete can be planned until the Salina men return from Sunday's meeting to state for sure if Joplin -is plannrig to drop out at the association:July.l. Quail Stamps On Sale Too .When fishing, hunting and trapping licenses go on sale July 1 at an All-Star the office of County Clerk T. R. Shedden, quail stamps also may be j because there is a'riile that says jail the news must" come from the league office in' Chicago, "No. sir, I'm not supposed to say a,'thing, until they announce it," said the : Nev York' Yankees manager m the dugout before Wednesday's game with Chicago. But you can't stop him. from thinking about the July 14 game at Cincinnati. Winner of four straight pennants *nd four straight world series, Old Case hasn't won purchased. The stampls «ell for SO ci>nt» ; *ach; A supply of-iooo stamps! WM : received, there Thursday. _ I garni yet. "Ther«'».» fella keeps calling me up every night," h« said. "He says 'how. nan you help., putting three of yew own pitcher* oh-.the team?' He says T gotta have Whitey!never think he had a >ad, arm." Ford and Eddie Lopat. And AHi'ei Somebody brought up Satch Reynolds, loo. I-keep felling him Paige, whose recent appearance T M «'. t^n. against the Yanfe will be remem- I can't talk. "One year they made me take one pitcher, off each club. That was easy, slighting nobody. Then one year I got them all picked and a . couple • of fellas 1 didn't pick come up with no-hitter*." Turn&ig sufldrniy ioiU'ot.tne audience of baseball writers he said: • , . N "Who do you think ars the best pitchers In the league?" ' Without too much hesitation, the writer came up with Boli Lemon. Stengel didn't say a word, just nodded and winked. : , "How about that fella In Washington?" Stengel said. "Tha^ Sh«» (ex-Yankee flpe« fihea), You'dj bre ; d by Stengel for many days. It waa Satch who relieved for the St Louis Browns the night they ended : the Yanks' ; 1^-game ' win streak lart .week. , ;''I'H tell you something," he sale"; "Paige WM going to pitch the next three innings last year in Phila-, dclphl* '(whera the 1952 All-Star) game wa* pltyed) if it hadn't rained."-. v> '. v A !»t«; arrival strolled up and sat down Star garneT'.'- 1 lw :«*«!. ' im (jnmc4 . •«« ,—** . • . •"Don't- «ak.m«-'* tx >"' sll-»tant;"i «»id C*«ey. "I ««n't ««y'« word." 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