The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, September 07, 1949, Page 6, Image 6

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' D: Bonebrake,
I aft rfelfWLr
Hurts Shoulder
,' Coach Shtrwood Works
To Form New Baekfield
Prospects Art Limited
coming lootrmu season suddenly
' tpok a turn tor the worse, whon
tne Indiana' most likely lett hall
1 back nmsnect suffered a disloeat.
' ed shoulder during scrimmage at
' Finlay field yesterday.
Coach Cece Sherwood revealed
; that-Dnle Bonebrake, star letter-'-1.
ma .halfback of last year's foot-
t.baU squad, landed on his shoulder
while being tackled during scrim
mage. An x-ray examination may
reveal a broken bone, Sherwood
' Bonebrake Is on of the few
lettermen back from last vear,
around which group of men Sher
wood planned to build a new
team. With Bonebrake out of the
kame for some time to come,
Sherwood If forced to start anew
in nuuuing an eueciive ouensive
Leading Ground Gainer
Last year Bonebrake was one
of Roseburg's leading' ground
gainers. He figured prominently
- ill x-vwmii' jv-t-ia.uiar uaant. uirtl
resulted In first downs for the
, Indians.
Lloyd St umbo and Vic Sanders,
two untried newcomers up from
Jayvee ranks, are likely pros-
; peel iorrme ion nan post, out
snerwooa may. tnrow in Jerry
Sconce, BUI Palmer or Bill Van
. Horn; who currently are battling
for right half positions.
Practice Tuesday included work
on timing of plays. Also the ful
fillment of blocking assignments
was stressed oy the coach.
Sherwood voiced his' disappoint
ment In the lack of anticipated
. reinforcements to the football
V-anuad, expected to be on hand
after school started yesterday.
Only four new candidates signed
up. The roster includes about
45 persons to date. Sherwood
expected to have at least 65 can
didates to draw from this season.
Talent Lacking
' Main stumbling block Is the
lack of talent expected from last
year's Papoose team. Several
likely prospects failed to put in
an appearance so far.
Sherwood said the candidates
on hand are beginning to show
considerable football ''satrvy," but
the team as whole Is still weak
on tackling. Saturday's .scrim
mage showed the team to be es
pecially bad in this department
and from here on out, much of
the drill will be aimed at per
iling this defensive tactic.
; Coaches Norm West and Ray
Brown are working alongside
Sherwood with the varsity can
didates, while coaches Frank Pur
(IV and Ed Wyatt are assisting
Hod Turner put the Papooses
through the mill.
jVVest will head the Jayvee
sejuad, while Wyatt is listed to
, lead the Junior high eighth
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' FORT WORTH, Tex., Sept. 7--(.?
Fort Worth'a Cats finished
on top of the Texas league stand
lags for the second straight sea
son. The Cats Monday clinched
first. place by winning the first
game of a doubleheader with Tul
sa. 3-2. Tulsa nailed down second
p)ace in the standings with a IT
it decision Jn the second game.
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Elks Entertain
Hospital Vets
Saturday Night
Wrestling, games and music
highlighted an evenings enter
tainment for 250 patients at the
Roseburg Veterans hospital, Sat
urday Sept. 3. Two very Interest
ing wrestling contests were pre
sented to start off the evenings
festivities. Elton Owen and Pierre
LaBelle were the contestants in
the first bout. After 15 minutes
of good hard wrestling. Referee
Yaqui Joe called the bout a draw.
The decision was unanimously ap
proved bv the spectators.
Yaqui Kid and Tony Fallot!!
showed lots of ripeed and ability
to make and break holds during
the second match, hut when the
time limit was reached, Referee
Yaqui Joe raised both contestants
hands. This decision like the first
pleased the audience.
Allen Cordon of radio station
KRNR announced both matches
through the hospitals public ad
dress system. His description of
the matches as they progressed
and the explaining of the many
different typos of wrestling holds
was appreciated by all the pa
tients. Following the wrestling a two
hour game period was conducted
by member of the Roseburg F.Iks
lodge number 326 end Salem Elks
lodge number 336. Those present
wer Fuller Johnson, Oregon
Stale Elks Veterans hospital
chairman, Frank Wickham, Rose
burg Veteran hospital chairman,
Robert Allen, Roseburg Veteran
hospital committee member and
Howard Hunsarker of Salem.
Prizes consisting of "T" shirts,
sweaters, Jockey caps, boxes of
candy, cigarets and cigars were
distributed to all the winners. Fol
lowing the game period Ice cream
sandwiches were passed out to all
pres.'nt. Musical numbers from
the stage play "Oklahoma" were,
played on the loud speaker sys-'
tern proceeding the evenings en
tertainment. LEAGUE LEADERS
(By The Associated Press!
BATTINti Hobmson. Brooklyn. .MO:
Slaughter, SI Uiult, 142
RUNS BATTED IN -Robinson. Brook
lyn. 112; Klnrr. Pittsburgh. in:t
MOMS HUNS- Klnrr. 1'IIUburih. 43.
Musial. St Loiiii. 28
HITCHINC. Wllks. St. I.oulS. 11-3.
7M. Roe, Brooklyn. Ill, .730.
Beau Jack Heads Back
Tq Face Kid Gavilan
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 7. ilPY
Beau Jack, the spoiler, heads for
Chicago today to continue his
comeback campaign In an im
portant fistic duel with Cuba's
Kid (Javllan.
The former world lightweight
champ leaves the West Coast
having ruined the hitherto un
sullied records of two young Cal-
norma Doxers.
Last nlL'ht the 28-vear-old Jack
hahded Tote Martinez of Stock
ton a 10-round beating at the
Olympic auditorium. It was Mar
tinez' first loss in 2$ professional
apnea ranees.
The colorful former Georgia
bootblack snapped the winning
streak of Johnny Gonsalves In
Oakland last Wednesday.
Jack weighed 139 and Martinez
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Football Reserved
Seat Tickets Go
On Sale Tonight
Reserved seat season ticket
for Roseburg high school's home
football games go on sale to
night at 6:30. In the Chamber of
CommeCoe office, located on the
ground floor of the Medical Arts
A $00 book of tickets will
admit the holder to five home
games, at a cost of S1.20 per
game. Individual reserved scat
tickets will sell at $1.50 and will
i be available at J-V .Sporting
Goods store the day of each home
Both general admission and re
served seat tickets will be sold
at the gates, prior to game time.
General admission tickets are $1
Jack Newby, Roseburg Indians
business manager, said a block
of seats between the 35-yard lines
will be set aside as the reserved
seat section.
The Roseburg band and stu
dent body will occupy seats east
of the reserved seat section,
while general admission Beats
will be located west of the re
served section.
The baby grandstand on the
south side of the field will be
reserved for the visiting team's
rooters and their parents.
General admission bleachers
will also be located on either
side of the baby grandstand.
Roseburg's first home game Is
with Mcdfoids Black Tornado,
Friday, Sept. 16.
Three members of the Salem
Senators have been called up for
seasoning with the parent Port
land Beavers. They are catcher
Bill Burgher. Pitcher Cal Melr
vln and Outfielder Bob Cherry.
Outfielder Art Pennington also
was to have Joined the Coast
league club but was forced to
return home by illness in his fam
7 Wi- IJUise though, Beverly
Hills, Calif., and Eric Sturgess.
South Africa, won the national
mixed doubles tennis title yes
terday by defeating Mrs. Mar
garet Osborne du Pont, Wilming
ton, Del., and Blllv Talbort, New
York, 4-6, 6-3, 7-5.
Yanks Facing
Crucial Test
Against Sox ,
New York Team Only
Game And Half Ahead
As Big Series Opens
(By the Associated Press)
The New York Yankees, lead
ing the American league since
tne opening gun, lace their se
verest test of the season tonight
when they open a vital three
game series with the challenging
liosion Red Sox at Yankee sta
dium. Casey Stengel's crippled Yanks
lead the sizzling Sox by a came
and a half and a Boston sweep
would dump tne Yanks into sec
ond place.
Stengel has selected Allie Rey
nolds (14-4) to face tills Kinder
(18-51 before an estimated 7j,
000 plus crowd. Lefiy id Lopat
is the probable Yankee pitcher
lor the second encounter and Vic
Raschi Tommy Byrne for the
third. The Sox are expected to
counter with Jack Kramer and
21-game winner Mel Parnell.
Oimag To Return
The return to action of Joe Di
maggio and possibly Catchei
Yogi berra greatly enhances the
Yankee chances. Dimaggio bow
ed out of the second game In the
Labor day doubleheader in Phila
delphia because of leg cramps
but the jolted reported the ail
ment has disaeaied.
Berra, out with a fractured left
thumb since Aug. 7, participated
in a "epper game" yesterday.
He reported the digit "felt swvll
and I guess I'll play." The Yogi's
big bat will receive a royal w ;1
cume. While the Yanks and Red Sox
go at each other the third place
Cleveland Indians and fourtn
place Detroit Tigers will be bat
tling. The Tigers entertain the In
dians in a two game series. The
Indians trail the Yanks by four
and one half games and the Ti
gers by six and one half.
Meanwhile, the equally tense
National league race finds the
front-running St. Louis Cardinals
only one game ahead of the
Brooklyn Dodgers.
Newcomb Again Wins
Don Newcombe, big Negro
righthander pitched the Dodgers
to within a game of the Red
Birds last night as he turned back
the Boston Braves, 10-2, at Eb
bets field. The Cards, the Chica
go Cubs and the entire American
league were idle. i
Newcombe, in bagging his 15th I
triumph, yielded only six nits and
fanned seven to run his league
leading strikeout total to 12(i.
The Dodger ace's string of con
secutive scoreless innings was
snapped at 31 when the Braves
scroed the first run of the game
in the second inning.
Brooklyn bounced back In its
half of the second to sew up the
game, whacking Bill Voiselle for
five runs. Voiselle previously had
beaten (he Brooks three times
including two shutouts.
Philadelphia came from be
hind to beat the Giants, 4-2, In a
ten Inning opener but Leo Du
rocher's men took the nightcap,
Larry Jansen had the Phils
beaten, 20, with two out In the
ninth when they rallied to tie up
the game. Bill Nicholson's single
broke it up in the following
Sheldon Jones outpitched Hank
Borowy in the finale, winning out
when his battery mate, Wos
Westrum, poled a three run hom
er In the xixth.
The Cincinnati Reds exploded
for four runs in the tenth inning
to clip the Pittsburgh Pirates,
6-3. under the lights in Pitts
SEATTLK, Sept. 7 M' Ber
nard Docusen, clever New Or
leans middleweight, scored his
second straight 10-round divi
sion last night over Milo Savage.
l.W, of Seat lie. Docusen weighed
15a ,
TOI.KDO.. Sept. 7. (.n-Bill
Connolly pitched a no-hit. no
run game as Toledo defeated
Louisville, 50, in the American
association vesterdav.
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SOFTBALL TROPHY WINNER Max, left, with Don January on right, holds the Oregon
state softball trophy, won by the team he sponsored in Eugene Aug. 28 to Sept. I. Eugene has
gone on to the Pacific Northwest regional pley. winning the title over J. S. Terteling end Sons
of Richland, Wash., 5-1 last weekend.
Major Baseball
Votes Against
Altering Bonus
Major League Baseball has vot
ed against repealing the bonus
rule, the office of Baseball Com
missioner A. B. Chandler an
nounced today.
In a brief statement, Walter
Mulbry, secretary-treasurer of
baseball, said: 'The amendment
tc major and major-minor league
rule 3 (K), the bonus rule, on
winch a mail vote from the major
league clubs was requested Aug.
25, failed of passage."
The amendment, which had
been approved by the Major
league executive committee,
would have set aside provisions
of the bonus rule for the new
crop of players but would have
kept them in effect for three
years for those players already
Mulbry told newsmen the
amendment, "perhaps with modi
fications." would be on the agen
da for the joint Major league
meeting in December.
George M. Traulmen, president
of the National association, will
not request Minor leagues to vote
on the amendment, considering
the action of the Major leagues,
Briefly, the bonus rule provides I
that a player, paid more than
$5,000 to sign a Major, AAA or
AA league contract, may not be
farmed out without waivers. The
bonus amount for Class A clubs
is $1,500 and for B, C. and D clubs
Under an amendment, effective
March 31. 1919, bonus players
now signed may be optioned for
one year by a club which buys
or otherwise obtains their con
tract from the original assignor.
Enos Slaughter Serious
Threat To Robinson
NEW YORK, Sept. 7 -.B
Enos (Country) Slaughter? of the
St. Louis Cardinals, is stirring
up quite a fuss in the National
league's individual batting race.
Slaughter, a throwback to Car
dinal Gas House Gang days of
1934. today was seriously chal
lenging Brooklyn's Jackie Robin
son for the title.
Robinson is but six points in
front of Slaughter. Jackie is mov
ing at a .348 gait, including
games of Labor day. Slaughter
is hard on his heels at .32.
The Dodgers sparkplug drop
ped Irom .319 to .348 during the
past week while Slaughter Jump
ed from .328 to .342. Slaughter
belted out 17 hits in 35 trips, a
.4S6 gait.
Stan Musial, who with Slaugh
ter forms the Cards' one -two
punch, tacked five points to his
mark to increase his average
from .321 to .326, third best in
the circuit.
Trailing Musial are the New
Yolk Giants' Willard Marshall,
Bobby Thomson and Pittsburgh's
Ralph Klner. Marshall Is socking
.313 and Thomson and Kiner, .306.
IIMIJIMMlllJIMIMW'yiliP'iffl);!'' "
George Kell Is Strong
Contender In Bat Race
CHICAGO, Sept. 7 UP If Bos
ton's Ted 'Williams is looking over
his shoulder in the American
league batting race, he will find
Detroit's George Kell coming
strong. The Bengal thirdsacker
last week picked up eight points
on thumpin' Teddy.
While Williams skidded ix
points to .353, Kell Inched up two
points to .341. The previous week,
Williams held a 20-point margin
which now has melted to 12.
Kell is Williams' only barrier
to a third straight batting crown
and Ted's fifth since 1941. Third
with .320 is Bob Dillinger of St.
Other leaders through Mon
day's games Included Dom Di
Maggio, Boston, .318; Dale Mit
chell, Cleveland, .313; Cass Mi
chaels, Chicago, .307; Johnny
Pesky, Boston. .306; and Vic
Wertz. Detroit, Vern Stephens,
Boston, and Roy Sievers, St. Lou
is, all tied at .302.
Williams also is the big man
In the specialized departments.
He is leading in four divisions,
home runs with 37; hits with 176;
two-baggers with 37; and runs
with 13.
Junior High Boys
Enthusiastic In
Football Turnout
When it comes to Interest In
football, the Junior high school
boys appear to have it all over
the senior high youths.
Tuesday afternoon, the largest
group of boys ever to turn out
for football at Junior high drew
59 uniforms. When the first suit
was issued, nearly 20 boys were
still without equipment, and will
have to practice In makeshift
Almost 25 Papooses have been
turning out regularly at Finlay
field the last few weeks, work
ing alongside Cece Sherwood's
crowd. Frank Purdy and Ed
Wyatt, assistant football coaches
at Junior high, have been help
ing Coach Hod Turner get the
boys in shape.
The Papooses are working up
to their Initial game with Grants
Pass freshmen, late this month.
Coach Turner points out that
the object of Junior high foot
ball in Roseburg Is to teach the
basic fundamentals of the game,
so that with this experience, the
boys w ill be able to learn quicker
when they hit the senior high
ranks. Although they will be out
to win every game, there Is no
"championship" Involved and
each win or loss will merely add
to their experience.
Star Halfback Enrolls
At Southern Methodist
DALLAS. Tex., Sept. 7 .T1
Don Donovan, halfback on the
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Portland Winner
In Only Coast
League Contest
(By the Associated Press)
The collective eyes of the Pa
cific Coast league will turn to
night to the opening of Holly
wood's series with San Diego.
The Stars hold a three game
lead over Oakland with but 20
games left.
San Diego, loaded with slug
gers, promises to be a tough one
for the Stars. The Padres are in
fifth place in the standings. 10
games behind the Stars. That
means they'll be fighting for a
place in league playoffs.
The Oaks tangle with Sacra
mento, a team which was in
strong contention until the holi
day weekend when the Stars beat
them five times straight. The So
lons now are tied with Seattle
tor third place, eig'U games be
hind. Unless they bounce back,
tne Colons should give the ram
paging Oaks some help In the win
There was onlv one eame In
the loop Tuesday night. Dr. Fran
cis Dierick, Portland's home
game pitcher, scattered seven
hits to San Francisco batsmen to
win 74. The Beavers' Dick Wen
ner hit two homers. Frank Shof-
ner and Dario Lodigiani homered
lor the Seals.
Wednesday night's card and
probable pitchers:
San Diego (Jess Flores 1610) at
Hollywood (Glen Moulder 12-8 b
Sacramento (Mai Mallette 4-4)
at Oakland (Earl Jones (10-8).
Los Angeles (Lee Anthony 6
191 at Portland (Hal Saltzman
San Francisco (Al Lien 1614)
at Seattle (Herman Besse 7-16).
Short score:
San Fran. 020 010 1004 7 0
Portland .... 203 010 Olx 7 11 1
Melton and Partee; Dierick
and Burgher.
1948 championship Oregon high
school football team, is going to
attend Southern Methodist uni
versity. "He's on the campus now and
his grades and credits have been
accepted," Coach Matty Bell said
Donovan, who played for
Grants Pass high school, has rel
atives in Dallas. After visiting
them this summer, he decided
10 enroll at smu. i
He is six feet tall and weighs
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Boats Boat Trailer:
Marine Equipment
Mat Battle To
Feature Stoicck
And Buck Weaver
The Ions awaited meeting be
tween two of the nation's lead
ing wrestlers, Frankie Stojack
and Buck Weaver, will be fea
tured at the Roseburg Armory
arena Saturday night. Weaver,
present holder of the Pacific
coast light-heavyweight title, and
Stojack, long-time Junior heavy
weight titleholder, will meet In
the one -hour headllner that
might well attract a capacity
An outstanding preliminary one-
hour skirmish, featuring the local
debut of Pete Bartu, newcomer
from Albuquerque, N. M against
Pierre LaBelle, popular French-
Canadian, will add spice to the
all-star show.
Stojack. the ex -Washington
State college athlete, announced
that he could make the light-
heavyweight weight limit and
asked for a title match. Weaver,
a former University of Indiana
athlete, refused to risk hit coveted
crown because he had Just re
cently put up the championship.
stoiack, who recently Battled
Georges Dusette to a draw, said
he was glad to get the non-title
assignment, figuring he could
force Weaver Into a title defense
if he should win and he is con
fident of a victory.
Both Stojack and Weaver are
spectacular performers and Doug
las county mat followers are as
sured of one of the most colorful
and dynamic battles of the sea
son. Stojack employes his' famed
airplane spin and Weaver' used
an assortment of good, fundamen
tal maneuvers that brought him
the coast championship.
The match promises to draw
even better than last week's six
man battle royal, which went to
Jack Kiser in a final verdict over
The Yaqui Kid. Labeile, one of the
six contenders, suffered an early
upset, but returned to defcet Tony
Falletti in one of the prelimin
aries. -
Fans are urged to make early
week reservations for ringside
seats at Powell's.
'By The Auoclatcd PrtHl
SEATTLE Bernard Doeuien, ISO,
New Orleans, outpointed Milo Savage.
1M. SeatUe. 10.
LOS ANGELES Beau Jack. 1M. New
York, outpointed Tote MarUnei. HO'.
Lot Angeles. 10.
SALT LAKE CtTV Tony Chaves.
San Jose. Calif., outpointed Joey Jac.
ques. 148, Ofden, Utah. 10.
Softball fandom will center at
tention on Portland Sunday night
for the start of the Women's Soft
ball Association's World cham
pionships. Eleven regional tour
nament winners from all parts
of the nation will participate. The
Boise Chicks and Llnd's Florists
of Portland will represent the
Northwest." ,
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