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PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 19ol Brown Coach OakmontGolf Team Widens League Lead Over Football Outlook Penn's Status BouHtful In Marietta Regatta Board of Stewards Rebates Quakers' Chance To Compete in Big Crew Race on Saturday By JACK HERNON, Pou would come up ani that "a decision one way or the other prob- Exhibition Games a Farce How lon will people put up with exhibition games during the baseball season? "The Thing" put on between the Pirates and Indians in Cleveland Monday night should permanently kill the Kiner Leading In Poll For First Basemen Snatches Top Place From Hodges With Total of 7,278 Votes CHICAGO, June 12 JB Ralph Kiner, 28-year-old Pirate home-run king, may appear in a new role as first baseman in the eighteenth All-Star game at Detroit, July 10. Kiner played the outfield in the All-Star games, of 1948, 1949 and 1950. Today Kiner is leading the poll for National Leaguers, having snatched the starting assignment from Brooklyn's Gil Hodges. The latest returns give Kiner 7.278 votes, 2,115 more than Hodges. The poll opened last Sunday and will continue until midnight June 29. Fox Leading Poll The Chicago Whitesox maintained domination of three infield positions in the American Kelley Adresses Small GatKering Of Alumni Here Following the rules of the foot ball coaches union, Alva Kelley, Brackenridge product who is the new head mentor at Brown Uni versity, took a pessimistic slant at prospects next fall when he spoke to a small group of local grads yesterday at a luncheon in the Harvard-Yale-Princeton club. The Ivy League Is. plenty rugged and getting more so right along, Kelley asserted. He recently finished spring drills at his new school. At the present time Kelley, a former star end at Cornell, is making a swing through this territory visiting Brown alumni groups. His next stop will be in Canton, O. USE TEHSON-TO-PERSON WANT AOS snow in mat city. Both clubs were going through the motions. And why not? The Pirates had just fin ished playing 16 games on a long road trip, including an exhibition in Milwaukee, and the Indians were leaving home the same night lor an East ern trip. It was a certainty that Jack Hernon neither club would use its front-line pitching. That is saved lor league games. So the lans had to watch such performers, as Dick Ro-zek. Johnny Vander Meer and Al Zuyerink pitch lor the Tribe. Bill Meyer used a couple of his better relief hurlers, Bill Koski and Jim Walsh. It was a sorry sight a we watched Vander Meer work. It was the thirteenth anniversary of the southpaw' no-hit game against Boston. Monday night he couldn't ven grt the ball over the plate. That was the only "feeling" anyone could experience from the show put on by the two clubs. The Pirates at-least put their front- line players on the field to start the game. Ralph Kiner played through six innings, long enough to try and belt a homer to show he hasn't lost his interest in baseball. Larry Doby, Luke Easter and Ray Boone didn't even appear on the field. They are top players with the Tribe. In the pre-game hitting contest, Kiner had to battle Sam Chapman, who is far past his hitting peak. Al Rosen, the 1S50 American League homer king, rould't see a baseball. He had two of the most colorful "shiners' ever to adorn anyone's eyes, the result of a PICK THE ALL-STARS Just fill in this ballot to name the players you would like to sea appear in the All-Star game in Detroit on July 10. Write the names beside the position they play. Do not vote for pitchers. National League American League LF CF RF IB 2B 3B Name Address- City State Mail to: All-Star Game, Post-Gaxette Pittsburgh 30, Pa. Gazette Sports Writer broken nose suffered on Sunday. Easter, though, played in both games of Sunday's twin bill, but he didn't swing against Kiner. He was scheduled 'and announced as the Cleveland participant, but Chapman was inserted at the last minute. That took the edge off the pre-game side show. Kiner hit seven of the first nine out of the park. Chapman could manage only one 12 tries. The Tribe will play a return engagement here June 25. Let's hope it doesn't happen again. The Cleveland shortstop, Boone, had the hex put on his Sunday performance. Two stories appeared in the paper hailing Boone's shortstopping. One even said Lou Boudreau, former Tribe manager and currently shortstop with Boston, had excused himself because of a bad leg. -so as not to be compared v.ith Boone. The young Cleveland player then committed four errors, two in each game, as the Indians dropped both contests to the Bosox. General Manager Branch Rickey, President John Gal-breath and Manager Bill Meyer held a long chat in Cleveland. Meyer, bothered with a toe filled with the gout, dressed early and joined his bosses in the stands. Cleveland GM Hank Greenberg also sat In on the conversation. The Tribe claimed Rocky-Nelson on waivers, when the latter came here In the Stan Rojek deal. Rickey wouldn't be trying to peddle him, would he? Vernon Law is resting in the Eye and Ear Hospital, after having his tonsils removed yesterday. The young righthander had experienced arm trouble and the club figured it might be traced to faulty tonsils. Tale of the Tape -Jr IOIIS ME MVOLD 37 Tari At 35 yars 8 fwt 2 ft ls tnctiM 310 pounds. pound 76 tnches Reach 74 Inches 4 3 Inches. i normal .4 3 Inches 4S Inches. exoanded I .4 5l3 Inches 3 inches. Inches tnches. .14 Inches 17 inches Inrhe 8 tnches 144 inches. I1 lnchr lo Inches. 10ia inches 22' inches Thieh. 23' Inches lt' Inches Fist 1 21 Inches 12l. inches Fnrearm. 1 2 tnches 'Etart weirhts will be determined at the official etrn-in today at noon. oj ri nn i Everybody knows all about Louis, now 37. The Bomber hasn't been bombing in recent years. He has scored only one knockdown in five comeback starts since he was whipped by Charles last September. The winner is slated to fight with the tentative date September 12 at Detroit. Louis can hardly wait. Big Field Assured At Heidelberg A field of 40 or more cars is expected lor tomorrow night's stock car races at Heidelberg Raceway, Promoter Ed Otto announced yesterday. That will be the largest field ever to compete at Heidelberg. Last week there were 5.500 fans lably will be made at the meeting." The stewards were still in session at 10 o'clock tonight. Meanwhile, 24 crews are working out twice daily on the rain-swollen Ohio River here to keep on edge for the bi; race Satur- Regatta Tickets On Sale at P-G Hundreds of Pittsburgh fans are going to the Marietta regatta, aboard the Post-Gazette's Special Train. Tickets, which Include round-trip train fare and reserved seats on the observation boat train at the race, are still available at $11 each at the Post-Gazette, Johnny Laugh lin's. Owney McManus and the office in the Union Trust Building. The train leaves Pittsburgh Saturday, June 10. at 9 a. m. and will leave Marietta. at 7:30 p. m. after the races are over. day. Only Penn and Syracuse were absent as the eight-man shells plowed through the three-mile and two-mile courses. Both are expected to be here Thursday for their first practices over the course, barring an adverse decision against the Quakers. Yowe So Smail ii-J WT a to smoke The cigarette "vifli the built-in Filter Mouthpiece Tip to smart smokers: Only a fresh, clean filter for each cigarette can really protect you against the tars which all cigarette smoke contains. Parliament's filter is atray-fresh and clean because each Parliament has its own built-in mouthpiece. It's this important protection plusm Parliament's superb tobaccos that make Parliaments the smart smoker's choice. I railiaments League balloting. Nelson Fox retains first place at second base; Eddie Robinson heads rival first basemen and Chico Carrasquel is in front at shortstop. George Kell, Detroit Tigers, continues to lead in the third-base battle with 7,987 votes. Fox also kept first place as the highest individual vote getter in the poll with 11,154. Second Baseman Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn, is second with 10.023. Chicago's Eddie Robinson is third with 9.473, followed by Ferris Fain. Philadelphia A's right fielder. with 8,815, and Carrasquel, Ralph Kiner Backccl By District Fans If local fans have anything to say about it, Ralph Kiner definitely will be in the All-Star starting lineup in Detroit July 10. Out of the first 403 ballots to come into the Post-Gazette, the newly-engaged Pirate swatter picked up 386 ballots. Some district fans even voted for Kiner as a left fielder, a position he hasn't even played so far this year. You can help pick the starting lineup lor this annual baseball classic. Send your All-Star selec tion in today. Bucs Sign Pair Of College Stars The Pirates yesterday signed two college baseball stars, both infielders, and immediately assigned them to farm teams in their far-flung system. Bob Bolam, who batted .616 at Clarion State Teachers College, a resident of Springdale. was sent to Brunswick, of the Class Georgia-Florida League. Vincent J. Filliben. captain and shortstop of the Drexel Tech team the past season, will report to the Burlington, N. C. team of the Carolina League Sunday. Filliben, signed by George Sisler for a $750 bonus, had a .352 batting average this season. Boy, 10, Killed Watching Game EMLEXTOX, June 12 CT) A baseball that bounced out of the hands of a catcher killed Robert M. Klingler, 10. yesterday when it hit him on the head. The youth was sitting on a bench watching teammates on a Little League baseball team practice. Deputy Coroner Charles S. Bridenbaugh said no inquest is planned. He added: "This is an unfortunate tragedy one that happens once in a million times." Garbark'Succeeds Dixon GREENWOOD, S. C. June 12 UP) Walt Dixon has resigned as manager of "the Greenwood Tigers of the Class Tri-State League and Mike Garbark, former New York Yankee catcher, has been signed as manager. You Watch Oat, Coach! by to the ine in St. New to to New ing of Pessimistic ALVA KELLEY Milligans Move To Indiana Home Mike Mllligan, former Titt football coach now assisting Stu Holcomb at Purdue University, will move his wife, Harriet, and daughter, Louise, into their nv home at Weat Lafayette, Ind today. The Milligans, who had lived In Mt. Lebanon ever since Mike returned to Pitt as an assistant to Wen Ferrer In 1946, will leave by automobile early this morning. Mike would like to hear from hi old friends here. They can write or visit him at 232 West Wood Street, West Lafayette, Ind. Oregon Stater Tops NCAA Gblf COLUMBUS, June 12 CD-Grace DeMoss, 23-year-old Oregon State senior, paced 16 qualifiers into the match play bracket of the seventh National Collegi ate golf championship for women today with 38-38 76. even par. Joan Wassell of Duquesne University fired a 46-43 91, to finish in a tie for eighteenth, out of the championship bracket. gwastasli If Mi. i 1 iVf '-l I it-flil I i ilHM rfi ti atiii BeHled-in-Bond 100 .10 0 fl5 QT. ft I Ge 1 6119 Louis 3-1 Choice to Put Savold Behind Bar Again Both Predict Quick Knockout in Fipht Which Fails to Stir Up Puhlic Interest NEW YORK, June 12 (AP) Old Joe Louis is a 3-to-l Beats Chartiers Entry By Margin of 10-5' In Women Play By handing Chartiers team a 10-5 defeat, Oakmont Country Club's aggregation fattened Its lead from four and one-half to six points In the first division race of the Women's Golf Asso ciation of Western Pennsylvania at idgewooa country Club yes terday. isoutn mils i vias neia to a tie by Field Club but it holds second place. Edge wood I rallied to score an 8-7 victory over Allegheny. In the second division matches also played at Edgewood, Fox Chapel took over first place by walloping Westmoreland, 13-2, Shannopin trimmed St Clair, llYi-SK, and Uniontown edged Nemacolin, 8-7. Lebanon doubled its lead in the third division by defeating second place 'Butler, 84-62, at Alcoma. Mt. Lebanon, last sea son's fourth division winner, now has a. four-point advantage. In other matches Alcoma thumped Duquesne, 13-2, and Stanton Heights defeated Montour Heights, S7-52. Summary: Longue Vue nosed ahead of Edgewood II in the fourth division by trimming Greensburg, 12Va-22. also at Alcoma. Edge- wood II beat Highland, 10-5, and Churchill Valley defeated South Hills II. TIRST nivisiov 10 OAKMOM CHARTILRS 3 3 Jane Martin Mn. W. Boggs 0 3 P. Harrington Mn. E. C. Hokt 1 l'i Mn. McCahlll. Jr. A. Chapin 1, L. KUngentm a Mrs. m. oranam H. McQuaidf 2'j Mr. H. Kl "7t HILLS I 3 Betty Knoedler 'i Mrs. J. Abbott 3 Mrs. J. L'binger 0 Mrs. H. Cobb 1 June Dudt IDGlWOOn I 1V Mrs. Lee FIELD CLl I Mrs. J. Clark Mary Kuhn Mrs. W. Irwin Mrs. J. Murray 0 3', 3 Mrs. C. Johnnon 3 ALLEGHENY 7 Mrs. J. S. Brown 2 Mrs. J. E. Mrs. G. WvckoS l'i C. Stotler Mrs. J. Flower 1 I'-s 3 Mrs. W. Hoflsnan Mrs. rhoonmakr 0 Mrs. L. Sbrader Mrs. Alexander 2 STANDINGS Oakmont SHAIIerheny 20 ihb Mill, Field Clak 22 1 Edse wood ...11, ...19 SFCONO DIVISION 13 FOX CHAPEL 3 B. Abernethy 3 Mrs. B. Shriver 3 Mrs. A. Pardue 3 Mrs. W. Foster WESTMORELAND 2 Mrs. B. Halpern Mrs. H. tpttine Mrs. M. Marcus Mrs. B. Foster Mrs. F. Wimmer 3 ST. CLAIR 31, Mrs. J. Murphy 0 Mrs. R. Kramer Mrs. J. S. Gisb, Mrs. H. Blmr Mrs. R. Ladley Va 1 Ann Fownes SH4NNOPIV 3 Mrs. F. O. Weir 2', Mrs. E. Prugh 2-2 Mrs. J. Owena 1 Mrs. Cole Mrs. Schreckeng IMONTOWN 1 Ann White 3 Mrs. J. H. Potta NEMACOLIN 7 Mrs. J. Burreta 3 Mrs. S. Skelly Mrs. A. Slckmaa Mrs. F. Parent Mrs. J. Gordon. I Westmoreland 0 3 3 0 21 IS 0 Mrs. W. Stone 1 Mrs. C. Mlnger 3 Mrs. J. Winning STANDINGS Fwk Chapel SI Shannoptm Keasacolia 27li 1 niontwwa 21 I Si. Clair 16 AT ALCOMA THIRD DIVISION" Vi MT. LlBANOIt BCTLEB Mrs. W. Meters Mrs. G. Bilowick I 3 3 Mrs. E. McCarthy O. M. Hildebrand Mrs. P. Calvert Mrs. j. Luotwii 3 N. Johnston Mrs. J. Brandon Mrs. J. Dickson 2i Mrs. O. Poison 13 ALCOMA 3 Mrs. A. Gulllford 3 Mrs. E. Henning 2 Mary Sabatia 3 B. Arkerman 3 Mrs. C. Sempl St, STANTON 0 Mrs. F. Duno 'i Cerry Sabo 3 Mrs. R. Wilson 3 Mrs. J. Dempsey 3 Mrs. J. Schmidt DI'Ql'ESNE Mrs. K. tester 0 Mrs. F. Abramsea 1 Mrs. W. Graham 1 Mrs. L. Loss Mrs. F. Everett MONTOlt St, Mary McCune Mrs. B. Clarke. Mrs. C. Buira Mrs. A. Fairfield Mrs. P. W. Lana TRIED DIV1MON Mt. Lebanon -Vl'-i'Stantnn Hts. Butler J'1-, Dvidu'MH Alcoma 3 7 Montour Hts. 51 8 rnrnTH division 10 FDGtWOOD HIGHLAND 3 0 Mrs. Courtley Mrs. t. Springer Virginia Leahy Mrs. C. A. Bock 1 Mrs. J. Martin Mrs. Armstrong 3 3 Mrs. D. Munroe El. Graham 3 Mrs. L. Vayda Mrs. H. Paulhamus 0 A CHURCHILL V. fcOCTH HILLS II 6 3 Mrs. B. Bamett Mrs. T. B. Lyons 0 1 Mrs. J. Durro Mrs. H. Gregory 3 1 Mrs. J. L. Klrg Mrs. J. Borgman 3 3i Mrs. H. Shlngler Mrs. C. Meyer 1', Mrs. J. Roach Mrs. Smith 1 12' LONG IE VI GREENSBl 2, 2'j Mrs. Neuenscher Mrs. J. Morris '3 2-a Mrs. T. Ckolar Mrs. FJdemlller Va 2 Mrs. H. Chasa Mrs. T. Ferris 1 3 Mrs. R. A-klm Mrs. W. Marh 2'-i Mrs A. STANDING I.Antse Xwr F.dgewWMt II Chareblll V. Murray Mrs. J. Del Vecchlo li 31 liatlt Rills II Highland 2S' i Greenlre 25 IS 10U USE FERSON-TO-PERSON WANT ADS TJe v-, i 1 wi i- -fa' 'f A-inWi I wi-W-M Proof A Dittlllmnmt Cempoay, lomtviH, 'I 21 Special to the Post-Crett MARIETTA, June 12 There was plenty of activity on the Ohio River today as crews from 11 schools began to taper off their training for Saturday's Intercollegiate Rowing, Associa tion Regatta, but there still was some doubt that Pennsylvania's octet would compete Saturday in the varsity race. The Quakers are In "bad stand ing" with the National Collegiate Athletic Association because their announcement they would televise football games despite an NCAA ban on such practice. The board of stewards of the IRA was meeting this afternoon and Asa Bushnell, treasurer of the organization, said it was, probable the Penn situation Pitt Athletes Get Degrees This Morning Atnietic heroes of the Uni versity of Pittsburgh will be among those who receive de grees at the annual commencement exercises this morning on the lawn of the Cathedral of Learning! There will be 32 in all. including three stars who have earned advanced degrees. Wallace Zernich of Aliquippa, who starred in basketball from 1943 through 1946, and Ralph Wilde of Pittsburgh, swimming star, will get degrees from the School of Medicine. Both have two brothers who competed in the same sports for Skyscraper! U. Sebastian Gets Degree In addition Michael J. Sebas tian, great right halfback in 1932 and '33. will gain his Master's degree in Education. He is now head grid coach of Ambridge High School. A track star, John Kountz of Mt. Lebanon, will graduate with highest honors in the College. He is a brilliant half-miler. Robinson Among Group Three other athletes whose sports eligibility expired at the end of the 1949-50 school year who will get their sheepskins today include Jimmy Joe Robinson of Connellsville and Frank Capello of Ell wood City, both' football players; and Andy Mi-hocke of Sharon, a golfer. The list of athletes who will graduate follow: COLLEGE Robert Arthurs MCKeesport and Richard Stlllwagon of ConnellaviUe. track; Ted Geremsky of Braddock and Bob Mihm of Pittsburgh, football: John Lohstoet-ter and Jack Roof of Latrobe. tennis; Frank Sklroan of Canonsburg. wrestling: Arthmr Malmberg of East Washington, basketball. Joe p.os of AhouiDD. baseball. ENGINEERING Robert Yurko Creeps- burr, basketball co-captain; Bill Sarver of Braddock. track. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION John Adams and Dick Plummer of Mt. Lebanon, track: Robert Baumbeck. of Pltuburgn. basketball. EDl'CATION' Fred Bottl of North Vnion. Don Karanovich of Irwin. Mike Boldln of Johnstown. Nick DeRosa of Donors, football; John Masank of Har-Brack. football' and wrestling: Richard Hohan of Midland, track: Mike Bellch. Robert Everett and George Hromanlk of Duquesne and Robert Baierl of Pittsburgh. basketball; Steve Pavlakovic, Pmsburrh. baveball. HIGH SCHOOL for Men and Women Day and Evening Small classes Individual Attention Approved bj Veterans Administration Classes now forming 'Pittsburgh ca dem 203 MAtKET ITJtKT ATLANTIC 1-7177 ttled in ON Kf taiflaiiii K-iritllm0tttmmitmWtitmWtti nit 1 1 oo" II choice to send 35-year-old Lee Savold back to bar-tending tomorrow- night in a 15-round Polo Grounds bout designed to produce a September challenger for Heavyweight Champion Browns Beat Yankees, 5-1 NEW YORK. June 12 CPV Duane Pillette got even with the Yankees for trading him away from a pennant winner last year pitching the St. Louis Browns a 5-1 victory today. The 28- year-old righthander held the champs to four singles. Oddly enough, the victim of Pillette's first complete game of year was Fred Sanford. a Yankee $100,000 purchase from crowns. saniord cave up three of the runs in the first six innings, ine otner two were walked home by Tommy Byrne the stormv seventh. LMn AB. H. P. A. New Trk AB. H. P. A Deisms. It Mantle. if 3 Wood.rf Young RClm.rf-lX Lonf Lollar.e Lehner rt Marsh. 3b PUlette.p Ruiuto sa 3 Brown. 30 i Berra 4 3 4 4 1 Mire. lb Woodiini.lf 3 3 Colm.J 3 4 Santord.p 1 Ja-Hopo 1 Byrne. I Shea. lb-Co! Una 1 Ostrirs.l.p 0 Totals 27 Totals 30 4 37 13 a-Fouled out tor Sanford in sixtb. b-riiea out tor Shea in eighth. Lcut 100 002 30 0 5 York OOO 001 OO Ol Rons ft. Louis: Delslnr. young; 3. Long LolUi New York: Coleman. Errors Brown. Young. Runs ba'tea in: Lrnt. Marsh, Bern, Lnllar. Lehner. Ruiuto. Two-bate bit: Long Double plas: Bern 10 Long, Shea to Berra Mue. Sha to Rlzzuto to Onleman. Young Bern to Long. Left on bates: St. Louis York 4. Bases on balls off: Pillette 3 Sanford Byrne 3. Shea 1. Struck out by: Pillette 3. Sanford 3. Ostrowskl 1. Hits off: Sanfoid. in 6 tunings: Byrne. 1 in Shea. 0 In Ostrowskl. 0 In 1. Hit by pitched call by: Byrne Long I. wild pitch: Bre. Winning pitcher: Pillette 13-5). Los pitcher: Sanford 0-3. Umpires: Pasta- rella. Napp. Berry and Hurley. Time: 3.29. Attendance: 9.7 IS. Jockey. Beaten, Robbed CHICAGO, June 12 Johnny Adams, leading jockey at the Lincoln Fields horse race meeting, was beaten and robbed $300 by three masked gunmen todav. guards scalp 2nd hair from A Pfslwct of ristol-Mywr Ezzard Charles. Louis predicts he'll knock out Savold in six rounds. Savold says it will take him only five to stop Louis. Everybodv concerned hopes one of them is right. Prospects of a 15-round huffing and puffing match are enough to kill theater television in its first try. The pick here is Louis in five. This bout, scheduled for 10 p. m. (Pittsburgh time), will not be beamed into your home by television or radio. It will be carried on a closed circuit into theaters In Pittsburgh. Baltimore, Chicago, Cleveland, Washington and Albany. (The bout uill be televised in the Fulton Theater.) Wishful Thinking With the no-TV, no-radio lure, the International Boxing Club hopes to excite a last-minute rush on the box office. The price scale runs from $20 to $2.50 with some 20,000 "cheap" seats going on sale tomorrow morning. The IBC hopes for 15,000 people and $100,000. Best guess probably is about 9,000 and $65,000. AIR-CONDITIONED FULTON EXCLUSIVE TELEVISION SHOWING Oil OUR THEATRE SCREEN JOE LOUIS LEE SAVOLD British Champion. FIGHT -Dirtct from Rinzsiat KITE AT lO P. 31- i IUT YOU! TICKETS MOW ON SALE AT F0LTON tOX OFFICE fr.ry Stmt Hlctid H9ht will ffcr T(rlltf POSITIVELY THE ONLY SHOWING IN PITTSiUBGH OF THE fj -til; Mat the races. A renewal of the 7 ry jW-- 'irr i-n-ir iV'T-wnwi-iSi tfrlit rsr ish. in "Vi ilii-i-i battle between Dick Under of Pittsburgh, Mike Little of Johnstown and Mike Klapak of Warren, last year's NASCAR champion, will feature the races. 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