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A new department organized at LCOQUe Pennant
Rrweburg senior high school, ni Till-,
which may help in the iuture del TO DOttinC Title
yelopment of athletic teamt here.
it a tupervision class. BOSTON'. Sept. 29 (.I1 Jack
Under the program the boyt ' Robinson taid he would rather
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tional league pennant than
him to win the individual bat
Then he grinned theeplishly
and added in hit mild, tenor
"Every person It in baseball
for what he can get out of it. I
don t want to tound any differ
ent than anyone else But ho
nest, that't what I want. I know
Slaughter and Musial feel t h e
tame w ay."
As of today, Robinson, cleanup
hitter for the second place Dod
gers, is leading with a batting
Hverane of .343 against .337 for
Knos Slaughter and .336 for Stan
Musial of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Robinson, after being in front
most of the season, was over
taken last week by Slaughter,
but he spurted ahead again.
The chips are down now for the
Negro second baseman and the
Dodgers. The Cardinals are in
front hy one game with four to
play. The Dodgers play two of
these here with the Braves. The
pressure Is on, but Robinson
said he (ltd not feel it.
Team . Won
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visit the various grade schools
and assist with instruction in
sports fundamentals. Another
part of their work is to take
carge of intra mural sports at
the school, referring and look
ing alter equipment.
Boys enrolled include George
I'acKara, Dale Boneorake. Luis
Hurd, Don Ellis, Glenn Scofield,
Norman Smith. Dexter Garey,
oene Henry and Roy Van Horn,
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Hollywood, Oakland Win
Cup Playoffs Openers
'By the Auoriated Preaai
Hollywood and Oakland, the
Pacific Coast leagues No.'t one
ana two clubs, hold an early lead
in the loon's $35,000 Eovernor't
The Oaks had much the easiest
time of it last nlRht, plastering
four San Diego pitchers for li
hits for a 13 to-3 win. Mllo Can
dini. meanwhile, was limiting the
Padres to seven hits.
In the other playoff opener,
the champion Hollvwoods squeez
ed out a 12th inning 4 to-3 win
over Sacramento. Shortston John
ny O'Neil slid home with the win
ning run on Jess Dobernic's wild
pitch. O'Neil had singled off hurl
er Don Johnson's shin, sending
the right-hander to the pits. He
was not hurt badly.
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