The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, April 02, 1947, Page 6, Image 6

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    S The Statesman. Salem, Oregon, WodneadarV April 2. 1947
Ball Notes
. t. rrrrJUBtBO. ru.. April i
. (AT) After beldta U Yankees
tm hit la the first fear inniacs
' Letty Al Br axle blew up In the.
fifth and the New Yorker scored
"ars. nu to beat the St. Louis Car-
I-I Mi MK 2124 fans, j
MIAMI, riir April I (AP) -Although
trailing 11 to Z up to th sev
enth inn in if. the SUV- Louj Brown
lumped back into the ball gam with
both feet to top the Philadelphia Ath
. Irtica 13 to 12. piling ap five runs in
, sbeix ball ' of the ninth. . . : , .
rHorvrr. Apra ap Roas-
W BUii Avers today liaalted the Cbi
cace White Sea ta t htta while
rKfctef the New Yet CiaaU to
i victory In eshisltlen be
haJl (aa here. I
UKZ WALES. FTai April 1 (AP)
Bunching . their elgtt '. hits '. In ,. the
fourth; to score three run, the
CineinnaU Reds defeated Kansas City
of the Aroericaa association, 4-1, here
FOBT VOITB,- Apr? ' 1 AP '
Ted WUHaass blasted sa slaale. doa
ble aad avoaae raa la foar. trips to --
th put here this aflcraooa to lead
the . Boston M In li I M rk-.
mt ettr tke Port Worth Cats of
She Texas leaf a. . . r . . .
TUCSOX.-Arit. TApra. 1-AP Bid
Pat Seerey' of th Cleveland Indiana
: bounded six runs, across tbe plate t
. lay and. -presented not-so-rapid Sob
er Feller with a 1S-8 victory over the
" Chicaca Cubs. Closing out th ex
hibition series with tnc Cub, which
, In Kaoonai leayuexs-won. V2- Seerey
-crd three runs on a round tripper
1 and tnree 'more on a double. -
; SAJTPOKo, ria - April l ap)
,SM- Hadsea, the tint Washiaxtoa
Senators pitcher to ( the fall real
tnis spriac, pitched ; la sntd soaaoa
baseball farm today as the Senators
.beat Toledo of th American, ass. :
jdatloa 4 to I. ... . , . -
. SEBRING. ria., April 1 (AP) The
-.Pittsburgh Pirates, snapped out of
sneir ha ttin lethargy, today with a
fa-Kit attack which overpowered the
. hcvirk Bears. 7-2. tn a' spring ex
. kibuton gam her today. . -
AVANA. Aprs -- CAP) Jo .
,lni, Brooklyn's speed ball seath-
paw . pitched a f oar-hluer today as
,ae went the distance against Mom
. trcal la th Ddyers 4-1 triumph
Sorties: Not only has VOUger Bill Sevens been actliur np kn
..,preasirely an the Yankee spring training- hillock, bat he also indi
cates he may be the gent to carry Joe DiMaggio's big bat until Joseph
.shakes his foot wees. Bill belted
anighty home ran in? helping to
in a camp game the other day.
. . . No mention of It has been
tade. bt Bill has been doing
, may be Hgr. Bocky Harris open
ing ay ninger Apru i at Wash
ington, Which would be a signal
fconor for onr man. . ; . The town
Senators aren't mlone In the WIL
woe depX Yakima Skipper Har-
'aa ciift U shelved with an ap
pendectomy sad S pence Harris
has taken over the spring tntor
tag assignment And over at
. Walla WalU 21 -game winner
"Beak" Federmeyer has been
snspended and placed en the trading block by Bremerton following
a bote! lobby argument over training rales with (of all guys to argue
with) Manager Alan Strange. . . . It mast be catching. Reports from
KJverside Insist Jim (Milkman) Tnrner, regardless of what he has
work with will have the 'best conditioned and most hnstlhVest
Beaver team ia years. Medford's Barry Chipman, oar cover man
lor the Senator camp. Informs Mgr. Jack Wilson is. In such respect,
as image of Skipper Tamer. .' . . Prediction: That Doane Crawford,
Pui1,Bll'. .1 . I - ... .
m - u win j car, xa n win i senators
before June .L and that Dick Wenner and Hal Snmmen are her
U greet him, if they don't balk at reporting:. ; . . One minute Inter
view with Tex Salkeld: -I wouldn't take $20,00 for Roy Hawkins'
amtract and that story going aronnd that Tve sold him to a Tacoma
syndicate is strictly baloney." , , .
"It VTUl be a Fine Fight," Say$ Salkeld
Salkeid's armory fire, main event entree, for this evening
4eesa't boast the hot prospect of a knockonL which Is always, wel-
"" - Bm ca aire jia snare or aurae-
tiveweas aa a boxing match. And not a slew one at that. Challenger
XJchArds. aoce victor over the negro sharpie and recipient of a tie
with, him three week back, voices through Salkeld that he has
invented a means by which be will stop both Lacey's respected
waater-ponchina- and net-so-a pprecUted dowt-then-clinch tavcUes.
If the former San Francisco sailor boy who now teaches fistic ABCs
at Portland U can accomplish the Utter, end. the fight Is sure to
be much faster and more palatable to tbe clients. ,
. . Farthers Salkeld, who doesn't hesitate so spent that "tha fight
m -f sinse- iron a iinanctai standpoint it s gotta do aroand $200
ai the gate If any money Is to be made." "these boys want to win
this big one badly enough that 111 predict it will be a fine fight, one
erf Jfce best of the winter in Salem." . . . And don't forget, M. Salkeld
,a seldom wrong.
Upcoming Elks Tourney Dandy of All
Speaking of the "big" and "fine" sports items alone the local
Ji-eait these days, how about Uie upcoming- Elks club sponsored MJd
WlHamette Valley links derby? No. J3I has done bang-up Jobs on
4TUy opens in the past and took no profit for them. This time the
lodge, intends dwarfing the previous projects, thanks muchly to the
Perry. Charles Claggett and Fred Phillips and current Ruler Tars
Aafranc Should yoo belittle the Intention engreasing the coming
eJaasie, take a peep at the hardware which Is to be won when it is
windowed this week at the Bishop clothing works. What's more, the
Elks want to sponsor tbe excursions every spring-. . i
And With Aof So Much at a Calling Card! i
. "There oughts be a law." hissed Joy ster Skipper Johnny Kolb
daring a warkent with his state leaguers the ether day as Valsets
xrpresenUUves took to the field and buzzed affectionately with three
,. lour prospective Joyster players. . "-. No, Vera Reynold 1 not
.with either the Senators or Beavers. Unable to reach contract effi
ciencies with the Bevos, Vern say he has retired from pro rank
and will play in the Cascade league this season. . . . Another who
very likely wont be Jiack is Eddie Wheeler, the deer-footed lnfielder.
Eddie has been told by the parent Portlands to make' a deal for him
self a .polite way. of saying ."We don't want you, bud." -
Young to Sign
Widi Grid Yanks
CHICAGO, Aprtt .L The
all-America football conference
today signed three new players
and a fourth, r Claude (Buddy)
Young, former' University of Hli
iiois halfback; indicated he had
xxime to terms with the New York
Yankees. "
At the second session of a spec
ial ' league schedule meeting, the
Xxo Angeles Dons announced sign
ing of halfbacks Russ Reader,
Michigan State college's leading
gTound-gainer the -.past two sea
sons, and Johnny Andretich of
ClHcago, prewar Purdue star. The
third player signed was end Hu
bert .-Bechtol. ail-America star at
the University of Texas In 1944
and 194S.
Deck Pins
Men's City league results' last
night at B eV B Bowling courts .
Included: Newman's Men' store
4, Comet Cafe : Larseu; Home
dk Loan - sjnited Growers 1 :
Remington Rand' 3, Stevens
BUZZ BUGGY: Jndd TmUer (right) af Fortlaad, ,wh Is president
. of. the Oregon inidxet saU rsctsjr association, is shown stArtlng
his model strplane with the help of Yote Mlhk ; (left) and a
; nsfem-Bude sUrtinx Baechsniscn daring the. Trl-Clab Beet last
Snndar at Waters -park. The plane Fuller Is holding1 flew IIS
miles per hear: to win first place ia the . Class C division. (Don
Dill Statesman photo.). ' ;
Robert Falkenburg of Hollywood,
Calif., aiid Budge Patty of Los
Angeles advanced another round
today In tbe eliminations for the
Butler doubles tennis trophy cup
Jewelers L, Warren MJUer had
high series with C50 and E. Ra-'
boin chalked top game, a 265.
Dusette Tourney Winner
Georges Dusette, by popalar
demand,- last night emerged
winner of the mat tournament
at the armory. The ultra-popular
Frenchman with th bulging
biceps gained a leg on th per
petual trophy and a shot at
Junior, Heavy Champ - Bill
Weidner for his victory. Pow
erful Georges didn't actually
flatten bis opponent. Herb
Parks, la the final session tbey
went IS - sizzling minutes to a
draw. But the customer, given
the privilege of applauding for
their version of the winner In
ease of draws, wasted little
time handing the win to Dusette,
- In the earlier scuffles Gorilla
Poggi half -crabbed a win over
brand newie Pedro Cortex; Da
oette fuH-nelsoned the nod over
at the Monte Carlo Country rlub,
defeating Louis Wertheim ard
Van Pach of Luxembourg 6-2, 8-2,
erV; ., -:;
Eggs of the albatross are four
or five inches long. : ' - ,
Lacey, Richards Waft
8n Title Scrap Tonight
' Negro Champ to Face New Offense'; Abbey
.' Seeks Kayo in Semi; Ayres, Fries Ready
. Bobby Richards, long on class, speed and boxing ability and the
nearest piece of fistiana to com close to whipping negro artist
Harold (Snooks) Lacey sine the latter started a win binge here
'way last year, takes his 15-round fling at Lacey's northwest feather
weight championship tonight at the Ferry Street garden. The bout,
a rematch after the. 10-round draw the two tapped off here three
jHnior Bailers
Junior baseball league officials
and sponsors discussed in a gen
eral vein plans for the coming
season at a meeting at the cham
ber of commerce last night. Sec
retary Ralph Caley-handled the
discussions and appointed a com
mittee to choose candidates for the
offices of league president and sec
retary. :
Among the questions' dealt with
last night was the matter of play
ing fields, which proved quite a
problem last year. A and B loops
will be in effect' again this season
with action to start soon after the
close of schools.
Represented at the meeting were
the following' clubs: Valley Mot
or, Mayflower, Curly's Schrocks,
and Eagles, all of the A circuit;
and. Yea ters, Elf stroma, and the
West Salem Lions of the B loop.
ansen, Witekk
join Giants
. PHOENIX, Ariz., April IHfl
Second baseman Mickey Witek
and pitcher Larry Jansen, a couple
of early casualties in the training
camp of the New York Giants,
have rejoined the : team. . Witek
fractured ; his left , arm several
weeks ago and went to his Luz
erne, Pa., home. Jancen, who was
hit in the face by a ball off Bob
Feller's bat and suffered a brok
en left cheekbone, also had gone
home to recuperate. Both players
will undergo medical . examina
tion here.
Vandals Learn
New Formation
MOSCOW, Idaho, April 1-VP)-Unlversity
of Idaho football play
era will start learning new
formation under a new. coaching
staff when spring practice opens
next Tuesday. Millard F. (Dixie)
Howell, the Vandals' new head
coach, said "We're going to move
pretty fast, during - the 30-day
session. "We have a lot of work
to do."
The Vandals will , learn the
Notre Dame box formation. They
will line up in the. standard "T"
formation from the huddle and
then shift into the box with a
balanced line. ' - -
Buck Weaver as . the latter'
tricky backward spring back
fired into Georges powerful
arms; . the Gray Mask butted
and body pressed Bearded Ben
ny Trudell; Dusette, in a seml-
final role again sprung his nel
son to dump. Poggi, and Parks,
far idle, with a bye, bruised,
battered and giant-whirled a
win over the Mask. Then Cana
dian Herbie and the Atlas-like
Dusette. went at it
It wasn't on the menu, but an
other of the- better matches of
the evening came between Bef-
, eree Tony Boss and Weaver.
These two had scuffle In Al
bany the,, other night a rough
and rugged sortie and it blos
somed again last night during
the Weaver-Dusette scrap.
Nelson Returns
For 'Masters'
Hogan, Demaret Made
Favorites in Tourney
AUGUSTA, Ga., April l.-P)-Byron
Nelson, who won the mas
ters golf tournament here twice in
past years, comes out of retire
ment Thursday for. the 11th an
nual event to find two. other ex
Texans established as -the favor
ites Ben Hogan and Jimmie De
maret Hogan, twice the runner up here
last year and in a 1942 playoff
with Nelson has been here two
weeks getting in some long prac
tice sessions. Demaret, the 1940
king of the fairways and the mas
ters winner, that year, apparently
is back at the peak of his game.
He and Hogan have won the lion's
share of the' honors, in r e c en t
months. Hogan led the money win
ners las year with something over
$42,000 and Demaret is pacing the
pack at, present.
. Sharing a sort of "darkhorse"
.role with Nelson, is Bobby Locke,
the South African champion who
reached New York by plane today
with Sammy Snead, currently the
British . open ..champion, i. Locke
bested. Snead in a series, of recent
matches in South Africa.
Dragons Name Barclay
HOOD RIVER, Ore, April
Raloh E., Barclay, athletic coach
at Western Illinois State Teachers'
college for the past 12 years, was
named . Hood River . high school
football and basketball coach to
day. ; He succeeds Walter Buett
genbach who resigned after putting-
hts football team in the state
high school championship play
offs and his basketball team in
third place in the state tourney
this year. .
weeks back, climaxes a sizeable
33-round show produced by the
village VFW's and . Matchmaker
Tex Salkeld, same starting at 8:30
o'clock. The armory gates go open
at 7:30, and one of the larger
crowds of the winter-spring sea
son is anticipated. The advance
sale A of ducats, at no hike in
prices despite " the spangles
donned by the evening's iare, has
been good.
Held to a tie by the counter
punching negro , swifty the last
time after beating him in 10 heats
in Portland last year, Richards
comes prepared this time with
what he claims is "a new offense
to stop Lacey's counter punching
-and clinching." Richards has been
hard at work , on It for three
weeks, the same length of. time
the Eddie Thomas, sharpshooter
has been honing down "to the
best fighting condition of my life."
Both must enter the ring at no
more than 126 pounds, which
"will be made easily," according
to managers of each gladiator.
Should there be no knockout, a
decision will be handed down by
Referee Packy McFarland and
specially appointed Judges Harry
Collins and Frank Saunders. It is
to be a "no draw" fight, finding
Lacey. the favorite at 10-8 odds.
Lacey's most recent outing, in
Eugene week before last, netted
him a sixth-round kayo of Duane
Hoag. '
Although the' top shot may not
end in a kayo, the "winner take
all" six-round semi featuring Sa
lem' Dick Abney and Denver'
Ray Garcia probably will. Abney
flattened the Mexican in five
ding-dong stanza three weeks
ago and Intends repeating the
process, only sooner. The wild
swinging Mex will mako a battle
of it, however, and should he find
the rang on Richard' chin, good
bye Abney win streak.
Th three four-round prelims
line up in the following order:
Hal Fries, ' Salem, vs. -Veteran
Johnny . Archuleta, Denver, with
Fries making his local debut in
the featherweight clash. Glenn
King, Portland vs. Nick Burley,
Portland, middleweights. Ralph
Ayres. Salem, vs. Kelly (Deacon)
Jackson, Portland, welterweights.
l-(P)-The Phillip Oilers, Nation
al AAU basketball s champions,
pulled up from a 31-29 halftime
deficit to defeat the Western Col
lege All-Stars here today, 52-47.
Regisicr Your Youngster
For ihc
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Prize Baby Show Children Talent Show
" Conducted By
Disahled American Veterans Chapter No. 6
J -Hdqtrs. at Montgomery Wards & Co.
V No Charg Wedneidar, April 2 Lat Day
Pitching Remains Headache As SolonsJ)rill f
MCDFORD. April l-( Special)
Skies cleared over the training
camp of Salem's WIL senators
today and Manager Jack Wilson
doubtless hoped that the same
could be said for his pitching
problems. With , five . weekend
exhibition games' looming the
Solon skipper looks at his
skimpy staff and shakes his
head. Two of the proven! hurl
er on hand! Ken Wyatt and
Paul Soderberg will be unable
to work because of Injuries. Wil
son' may have to figure himself
la for mound chores to comple
ment a half-dosea untried j rook
Bevos Bow to Asugells; Solomis, SeaDs, -p'adlires
Win as Coast Loop pens ; Fife
- ' i i i ' i
BEADY: Equipped with what he calls "a brand new offense," Bobby
Richards (above) is ready for his 15-round northwest featherweight
championship struggle with Harold (Snooks) Lacey In the armory
ring tonight. The big battle caps a 33-round card, starting at
g:3 o'clock. I .
Boosters Beam Tonight
The Salem Senators Boosters band, captained by ' Cliff Par
ker and including a host iof the club's well-wishers, will convene
tonight from to 1:30 o'clock at the Marine room In the Marion
hotel to officially kick off the baseball season. A general dis
cussion on the club and it prospects is on the agenda, plus a
fall report from Business Manager George Emigh who has. been
at the Solona Medford spring camp since It opened last week.
Food and refreshments will be served to all and a large turnout
is -expected. A report on! the ticket sale at Maple's will also be
given. Thus far the opening night ducat have been selling fast.
The Senators open at heme against Vancouver April IS. '
, ' r - WX.Pct WUPct.
S. Tran 1 0. 1.800. Portland . 1 .000
L. Angel 1 i.uuvseaxiia .-
Sacrmen 1 ijOOWHllywood 1 .000
S Dieyo 1 0 1 000 Oakland .0 1 MM
Yesterday's results: At Los iAngeWs
8. Portland S; At Sacramento? S. Hol
lywood 3: At San Diego S. Oakland 8;
At San' rrancisco 11. Seattle 1.
; j
Czechs Pacers I
- BERLIN, April l.-(;P)-A tst,
well-trained Czechoslovak; army
team took the lead tonight, in the
opening round t the four-day
allied forces championship i boxing
tournament in th Olympic stad
ium sports club by scoring vic
tories in five preliminary bouts.
The United States ranked next
with three winners. , j
NEW YORK, April l-0PH5teve
Belloise. 159, New York, out-
boxed and outpunched j Randy
Brown, 159, ML Vernon, Nj Y, To
night to win an eight-round de-
In 4Um main vnt ! st t h
Park arena. It was Belloise's 23rd
victory in .24 starts since his dis
charge from the service, r !
ies, - among whom are Ron
Bowen, and Dan OToole. Foci
land lads; Dkk O'Boyle. Seattle,
and Jerry Nelson, Winlock,
With the weather taking a
favorable turn. the. Senators re
sumed heavy drill with a two
hour hitting session and - an
hour's Infield practice taking up
most of the work-out. Though
pitching Is a headache at this
time, the squad shows Streaks of
hitting ability. "BelUn Ben"
Gregory, the hefty young out
fielder from 'San Bernardino,
Calif, and the boy who provides
Pirates Gain 1
Homer Complex
MIAMI BEACH, Fhu April 1.-(Jpy-Blg
Hank. Greenberg Is the
key man in the Pittsburgh camp
where freshman Manager Billy
Herman Is fashioning a home run
minded ball club from1 a squad of
"Interim" players.
"If Hank can play every day,"
Herman observed, "I know well
be aU right Right now, I think
we are ail. right and 111 be very
much disappointed If we finish in
the second division."
With a batting order predomin
antly righthanded. Pirate officials
have mored fin the left-field fence
some 3 feet to make a better home
run target for Greenberg, ' Ralph
Klner. -ihe 194S national league
champ, and Jim RnsselL
ST. LOUIS, April II - m -
Scoring one knockdown, Hilton
(Fitzie) Fit! pa trick of Los Ange
les decisively outpointed - Jim
Richlef of St Louis tonight be-
i I ' '
57 i well-timed departures
daily from
When yew travel, Greyhound is the way to
go! Frequent scheduler make it easy to leave
when you like. For business or pleasure, to
nearby communities or distant points . . .
this convenient transportation is always at
your service. Ask your Greyhound agent for
handy pocket timetable.
C. T. Reaney, 228 N. High, Ph. 5054
this camp with the Ruthlan
touch, took the spotlight again
with some more clouts over "the
none-too-chummy outfield bar
riers. Infielders Lou Kubiak and.
Dick Gentxkow also sparkled -with
, the stick,
In Wilson's mind one of the
most promising rookies in the
quad, both afield and at bat. is.
Bud Peterson, youthful Portland
lnfielder. ;
With lnfielder Mel Nunes re
portedly on the way from the
Portland Beavers and Outfielder
Hal Summer expected to fol
low, Wilson says. "Fine" but
Pindi Homer Beats Portland: ;
w as a ; - -(. a - o .
Joyce Itlakes Auspicious Start
(By th AssoeUted Press) - . - , - ,
Threatening weather discouraged any attendance records as the
45th Pacific Coast league campaign got under way in four California:
cities yesterday,-with first day results bearing out, on the whole,
the predictions of .the experts. . ;-. - '-j . ""." ,
Ominoiis Opener
PorUaaS B K O A L. Angeles B H O A
D CwfdJ 4 11 liCarlott.m 4 J 0
Rdlovch J S S S Schuster 4 0 4
Eacbar.m 3 1 1 O Sauerjr 4 3 10
Storey X 2 0 1 MaddernJ 4 S 2
UzorJ J 3 OOstrwska 4 111
Retch.r 4 S 0 Stringer 4.1 $ 4
Balln(r.c 4 J 3 1 Otero. 1 4 1 T O
Crbould J SOS 4 Malone.' 4, 1 7
Salvesn.p '110 1 Lynn.p .
Wenner.l 1 1 0Oborn. pO 0
Mooty.D.. 0 0 Pawelek.S I 1 M
Dobbina. 1 0 0 Kleloe.p- 1
Moasor.p. O' "
Murator ' V-'
"Spater. .. v.t. . ,
Totahu 37 Tl U 13 jTotaiSv-' 3 15 17 Tl
Portland ; - IPS Pa ooo
Loo Angeles ' 201 103 lOx S
Left on bases Portland 10. Los -An-
Eeles 4. Two-baset hits Garrtott -L.
auer. D. Crawford. BaUinger. Horn
runs Striner. - Pawelek. . Sauer. Sto
len bases OJ Crawford. Runs batted
in Escobar X, Radulovlch Z, Storey.
Salveson, Sauer 3. Maddern, Stringer,
Powlek 3. Double plays Gorbould to
Radulovlch to D. Crawford; Storey to
Radulovlch to D. Crawford: - Ostrow
ski to Stringer to Otero. Time 2)9.
Umpires Powell. Mazreo and Ford.
Winning " pitcher Osboriu Losing
pitcher Salveson. , - . ; 1
Youth Laughs
At 50-1 Odds
AprU 1-C?-Jerry. Kerschner, Co
lumbus, .native who la August
will endeavor to become the first
person ever to swim the English
Channel and back- again, laughs
at tbe "long shot" odds Lloyds' of
London quotes at his chances.
Lloyds has established Kersch
ner as a 5to-l shot. Bet SI on
Jerry and youll receive $51 back
if he makes It.
The rangy Ohloan Is leaving
no stone unturned In his tralnlnr
program. He plans to visit Lon
don In June. Recently, he swam
from Miami to Fort Lauderdale s
a distance of approximately 35
miles in It hours and 3 min
utes, . ' : ;
Jerry's mother 'and dad. Dr.
and Mrs. J. E. Kerschner, recall
that swimming the channel and
back again. Is not aa overnight
dream of their son's. '
Viking-Dallas Ball
Inaugural Rained Out
The scheduled Salem Vikings
Dallas Dragons baseball opener,
booked for th Dallas field yes
terday, was . rained oat. The
Vikings hope to pUy the Leba
non Warriors, at Waters park .
Thursday. Another game with
Dallas has been arranged for
Waters park April f,,,, -
fore a crowd of 5,179. Fitzpa trick
weighed 180. Richief 174.
or Exliibitions
meanhll he's praying thai '
Some pitching help comes from,
the same direction. Another ra-'
mored addition from'- the Bevoa '
and he should receive a warm
welcome even though not a hill-''
. worker is Hank Sonxa, j tha
j good-looking rookie catcher with;
the Portlands In the 194 earn'
s palm. .r. .
; The Solon face Oregon State)
; under ! the lights Friday night '
and again la a . double-decker .
i Saturday afternoon, then tak e
, Portland university -In a pstr
Sanday. V
. The defending champion. San
Francisco Seals opened rin ;im-'
pressive fashion as a vicious' hit
ting attatk "and the pitching of Bob
Joyce carried the O'Doulmen to
an 1 1-1 victory overt the Seattle)
Ralniers. Jnvr rlnusn " frnm tai
New York GianU and who iwon
31 games for the Seals In 1945,
permitted the !. Seattle but seven
blows while his mates' were tag
ging three Rainier hurlers for 18.
At Los Angeles the tagged-for-"
the-second-di vision Portland Bea
vers made a battlo of it befera
losing to the Los Angeles Angels
8-S via a three-run pinch homer
by Rookie Ted Pawelek in the
sixth frame. Each club user three
uiuuiiusmen win 1 wics Ojuveson
getting the loss for the Beavers.
A gathering of 7033 witnessed the
curtain raisers. - r'.' ,1
Guy Fletcher, scattered 10 hits?
effectively as the Sacramento
Solons chalked ' a 6-3 win over
the Hollywood Stars at Sacra
mento before 10,634 fans. Gover
nor Warren threw out the first
ball. ' :
' Before a crowd, of 9648. the
San Diego Padres took a hard
earned triumph from the Oakland!
Oaks 6-5 in 11 innings after the
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