The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 06, 1949, Page 8, Image 8

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Looks much like another 70,000 season at Waters field, going right
alongside the 77,697 the Senators lured into the seats last year. The
home campaign is half shot now, 37 games having been played here,
cnH than 3S rifif) nairi have naid to see ithemii All of which isn't
. . i i i - i . . . . y
at aiv. gooa ior a ciuu wmtn as
pires to draw over 100,000 each
year and which it did in 1948. The
eight - game Yakima series should
have been worth 20,000 admis
sions all alone, but wasn't. Such
Is the penalty paid by a losing
ball club . . . The team In front
en the Fourth of July will win
the pennant, says the baseball
bible, but such isn't gospel by a'ny
means. Were it standard 'truth,
Yakima will spear the WIL flag,
Hollywood will take down the
PCL banner, the Dodgers will em
erge National loop titlists and the
Yankees will play the Bums in the
world series. It-isn't hard to see
Hollywood waving a flag come
September, and Brooklyn has
club enough to stay out in front
of the National circuit. But we
still can't see the Yaks winning
in the WIL, or the Yankees hold
ing up in the Amerk, even with
Joe DiMaggio back in the saddle.
True, Yakima has a dandy lead.
But Yakima isn't the best club
now functioning in the circuit, and don't you thi0k it is. The Yankees
are gradually returning to the flock, and beforf it's over they'll be
in a dogfight with Boston, Cleveland and Philadelphia, not to mention
Detroit, for the championship. Evien so, wonder hat becaome of the
big boys back east who in the beginning clarioned that Casey Stengel
wasn't man or manager enough to hold the Bombers together? The
old Coast league funny man hasn't only held 'jem together but has
em well out in front. He also has the crystal Jsallers of April now
making like- the clowns Casey was supposed to? De
Locals Rally
To Pluck
Victory Oils
To 1U Ball
; July
WENATCHEE, July 5-(Special)
-The Salem Senators rallied from
behind tonight to take the first
game of their series With the Wen
atchee Chiefs by a j 9 to 8 score.
The win for the fifth place Salems
cut the fourth place Wena tehee
lead to l'j games! The. second
game will be played tomorrow
night. j
With the score at 9-8 in the
bottom of the ninth inning, Wenat
chee threatened by getting two
men on bases as a result of walks.
But .the threat was! wiped out by
the relief pitching of Hank Sciarra.
I who had succeeded I Jimmy Foster
; on the mound in ! the seventh.
Sciarra fanned Rich Myers,
j Bud Peterson was 'the big gun
, for Salem with a hqtpe run, triple
ana single, plus a then of home.
Salem was in trouble often via
14 walks and two hits batsmen by
Foster and Sciarra. j Wenatchee at
one time had a 0-0 lead. Bob
Cherry's home run With two on in
the third began to efase the deficit.
i 1
Buck Harris Mutt Hare a Short Meniory
. I
Buckjr Harris, the San Dief mgr., " nave a short mem
ory. When piloting the American league all-star outfit in last
year's classic, he went to lengths in ridiculing Bob Feller for the
latter' refusal ta lake part in the fame. But; k. when selected
as a coach for this year's Coast league alt-stair mix, Harris him
self begged off. Harris has no ailing arm either ...
Should the Yakima Bears be needing another nickname next
year (they've been Pippins, Stars, Packers anp Bears since living
in the WIL), they might borrow the handle "Sirfgers Midgets." After
looking at lads like Al Jacinto, Ted Savarese ahd Edo Vanni afield,
the reason is obvious enough. Heck, they're too! little to be pennant
winners . . . What with no Cascade league to pitch and make moola
in this year, Duke Windsor has returned to thefscene of some of his
greater triumphs, Spokane. Duke has gone Into the beer hair business
there, hoping that many of the natives will remfmber who and what
he was to the Spokane team of. 1940, for wnicn ne won games
Losing Orteig One of Worst Breaks
One of the worst breaks of the semester Ithe town Senators
bave absorbed, and one which has gone practically unnoticed, is
the departure of Outfielder Larry Orteig. He may be back before
ihe season Is done. But then again he may frioC Larry owns a
business in Washington and had someone runnfng It for him while
he played ball. But that someone pulled out, demanding Orteig's
Immediate presence. With him went a .300-plus batting average,
an Item far too scarce lately .on the elub . ... Le Branch
Rickey to live up to the adage, "Them that has gets more." Al
ready blessed with the longest line of good ballplayers in any
major league orcanisastison. and consequently 'plenty of that fold
ing green. Rickey picked up $10,000 for -Catcher Mickey Owen's
rontract when the Cubs drafted him. A yea ago you probably
could have bought the contract for $11 . . f
How times do change! Just 21 months ago when Bill Bevens re
turned to his Salem home, somewhat of a hero right after pitching his
world series 1-hitter, he had a big fistful of offprs in the village, of
fers that he go to work for the winter months. Now Bev is no longer a
hero, but instead a guy with a bad arm who is put of baseball. Think
he can find a job now? You guessed it no. '"is a funny world at
times, and a hard one even moke ... t "
Legion '9' Stopped
By Oregon City, 4-0
The loss was Salem's
ay in the eastern di-
OREGON CITY. July 5-(Special)-Jim Pudrbaugh put an end to
the1 Salem Capital Post No. 9 w inning streak tonight by hurling and
hittinn the Oregon City Juniors to a 4-0 victory
first in 13 games in American Legion junior p
vision of district two.
" Tuderbaugh socked a three-run
home run in me first inning off
-Bob DeGeer, losing pitcher, and
later doubled in another tallyall
k rnni nritv ont nlm had
...V . w-.. ' ... . - .
1UI iwu fill vii ruuciwufu, lsi.
by Gordy Sloan. Puderbaugh
fanned 11.
,The Salems play Silverton at
Salem Wednesday at 6:30 p. m., in
Waters field. Salem goes to Wood- ;
burn Friday and plays ML Angel i
at Salem Sunday. i
Mootrys, CP's
n Softy Wilis
ftalra ()
Slon.3 r3
Jonei.c 3
Johnsun.r 1
1-argrnt r I
Haugen.l 1
Nrlw.n.l 3
FarMin.t 2
Girod. 1
Jat-ubsn.2 2
LteGecr.a 2
. TUil 24 0 2 1 Total 22 4 5 1
Salun 000 0-0 2 1
Orrgon City Ml 0 x-4 5 1
p . ,r IP AP. H K FH SO. PR
IVC.MT . S . 22 5 4 4 2 4
PiirirrtMuirh 7 24 2 0 Oil 1
Home Bun-Pmlerbnugh. Two-haw
hit-Pudribaugh. Run batted in
suderbaush 4.
0 0 0 Mixley.m
0 Drum. I
0 Baver.2
0 Kendig.l
0 Pudergh.p
0 Comb.c
0 Hopp.r
0 Schnick.3
1' MickeUjw
0 Jutzler.m
0 2
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
The Moory Pharmacists and
Golden Pheasants posted City
league softblll wins at Leslie last
nicht. one by a squeak and the
! other by a squall. The league
4X Orrgon rtty ! leading Pharmacists had to have
B R H E bunt, two stolen bases and an
error in the top of the seventh
to beat R;ndle Oil. 1-0. The
Pheasants jhiashed Marine Re
serves -U ton a live-inning no-
The Hard Way:
alem (I) Wenatchee
W.Ptrsn 2 5 2 3 Warner.m 4 3 4 0
Zorcher.r 4 0 3 0 TaherJ 3 3 0
BPtrsnj 4 3 slLibite.p 3 0 2 2
Chcrrym 2 2 10: Cameron. 1 3 2 12 1
Krug.l 4 1 t II Bryant J .4 1 1 S
Carlson.c 3 0 S 0; Pesot.c 3 1 S 1
HedngtnJ 5 t J 3 Meyera 8 1 3 2
CP1rn.l 1 2 f Haskell J 4 2 0 1
Foster. p 3 2 2 l'Wnterj- 3 0 0 0
Sciarra p 10 0 1 Rhyne.r 0 0 0 0
.Greenlaw 0 0 0 0
Total 36 12 27 IS Total Is 12 27 13
Ran for Cameron In the Sth.
Salem 003 012 030 S 12 2
Wenatchee 330 010 100 S 12 1
Winning pitcher Sciarra. Losing
pitcher LJbke.
Foster ...
Sciarra .
Libke ..
... b
.... ii
26 111
! 1
30 io
7 3 12
0 2 2
6 3 JO
0 1.1
Left on bases: Salem 12. Wenatchee
17. Home runs Cherry. B. Peterson.
Three-base hits B. Peterson. Two-base
hits Pesut. Cameron! 3, Cherry4. B.
Peterson 2. Taber. Carlson. Hedington.
Double plavs Haskell to Cameron,
Meyers to Haskell to Cameron. Winter
to Mevers to Cameron. Sciarra to Hed
ington. Errors: G. Peterson, Foster, Fa
ber. Time 2:53. Umpires Young and
Mounger. j
Sil-Sox Down
Monarchs Club
SILVERTON, July 5-(Special)-Charley
Sauvain'ij effective six
hit flinging helped halt the Kan
sas City Monarchs f4-3 for the Sil
verton Red Sox tcjnight. The Sox
had only three hits but took ad
vantages of errors and walks. Lacy
Curry's two-run Homer off Sau
vain in the ninth was to no avail.
A walk, singles by Wally Flager
and Muck Johnson netted two Sil
verton runs in the second. Flager
drove in another in the third after
an error and Babe Schwab rapped
in the fourth Silverton tally. A
large crowd watched the game.
Monarchs 000 001 0023 6 2
Silverton 021 001 00x 4 3 2
Wooden and Wright; Sauvain
and Kerr.
Wasley Hurt
Benches Him
When Outfieldtr Mel Wasley
reunded second base daring his
heme ram tret la the Yakima
game Monday at Waters field
be pulled a muscle near his an
kle en the right foot. The mus
cle had been bothering the pop
ular ontfielder previously. Was
ley, who is leading the Senators
team in the home ran depart
ment with nine, was not in the
lineup last night at Wenatchee.
He "may not see action for the
team "for three days or more,"
According to his attending phy
sician. The injury forced Mel from
Monday's second game, and
also eauesd him to hobble bad
ly from second base on during
his trot.
They'll Duel in 'Star9 Game
Marshall Has
16th Victory
Free-wheeling Johnny Marshall
of the Bremerton Bluejackets flip
ped his 10th win of the Western
International league season last
night, a four-hit 13-0 victory over
Victoria. Marshal whiffed eight en
route to run tos strikeout total to
HI, the league's high also.
The Vancouver Caps kept on the
trail of the league leading Yakima
Bears by bouncing Tacoma 5-1 n
George Nicholas' fine hurling.
Nicholas also doubled in two runs,
as did Bud Sheely. A walk and
hits by Al Spaeter and Jerry Bal
lard scored for Tacoma. The loss
was Tacoma's eighth straight.
At Spokane the Indians started
their crucial series with the lead
ing Bears by scoring a 6-4 win.
"Papa Bear" Dewey Soriano was
the losing flinger.
Jack Parks banged a three-run
homer :off Soriano in the fourth.
Victoria! 000 000 000 0 4 3
Bremerton 024 007 00 13 10 1
Drew, Tobias (Si and Morgan; Mar
Shall and Ronning.
Vancouver 022 100 0005 0 1
Tacoma 000 000 0101 8 2
Nicholas and Sheely; Walden, Clary
1 8) and Sheets.
Elliott Signs
In at O-State
CORVALLIS, Ore., July 5-tf
Oregon State's new football end
coach, Pete Elliott, and his wife,
arrived today on the campus to
start to work.
Elliott has been at Ames, Iowa,
where he played last week in the
NCAA, golf tournament. His arri
val gives Head Coach Kip Taylor
a full staff for the first time since
he took over the task.
Pittsburgh tN 010 000 0012
ldianailiAAi POO 010 ll-3
Pst Baurr 7) and Fitzgerald:
ami Twiner.
hitter bv Hurler Warren Miller
Clancy jpplegate hurled the
Pheasants in over Percy Cro
foot. Johnn Hoffert did the base
running fo the victory. Apple
gate yieldedj but one hit and Cro
foot two. 1 "Popeye' Wilkenson
tried the rfiound ' chores for the i
Marines, bijjt was ineffective. i
In an Industrial league mix '
earlier Frafik Michael hurled a i
no-ruri no-fcit 8-0 win over Post
Office for Ithe Teamsters. In a
- -1 makeup gaifie the Naval Reserves
s o! pounded wlnless Warner Motors t
Lnt;8-1. I !
Sugi Declared
Bicep Winner
In one of the more mayhemish
meetings of the summer, Sugi Hy
amaki last night was declared of
ficial winner in his main event mat
brawl at the armory, after Tat
tooed Al Williams the tough guy
had actually and illegally pinned
the popular ju-jitsu artist. Both
were even in falls! and Sugi had a
shortarm scissors) hold .on Wil
liams. Nasty Al grabbed the ropes
and used them to help pin Hyam
aki, which Referee Yaqui Joe did
n't see. j '
Williams lit out for the cellar
dressing rooms,, with Hyamaki aft
er him, and it took Matchmaker
Elton Owen j to reverse the refer
ee's decision, giving the match to
Hyamaki. There was considerable
commotion in the basement also,
and out of Jt came a challenge
from Sugi for a j ju-jitsu match
with the roUghian
In the prelims Buck Weaver and
Sub Tex Hagei produced a thrill-j st. Louis
PORTLAND, July 5-()-Hy Poly
captured the featured seventh race
at Portland Meadows track tonight
by breaking clear at the gate and
hugging the rail to the finish. The
purse for the five and one half
furlongs event was $800. The win
ner paid $18.80, $3.10 and $2.80.
Velour was second and Dr. Alley
was third.
taA .
Although neither is so far In 1949 banging the ball with as much
'gusto as In '4S at this time, both Ted Williams left) and Stan Mo
sial (right); two of the greatest players In the game today will be
the top hiUinc duelhts In the All-Star game at Brooklyn July 12.
2 No-Hitters Hurled as Kid
Bailers Play 'B' Loop Round
Two no-hit mound performan
ces, one of them a near-perfect
stint, dotted the second round of
play by the Salem Junior base
ball "B" leaguers Tuesday. Wins
were posted by West Salem Lum
ber, 11-3 over Salem Heights Ti
gers; by MayfloweiMilk, -0 over
Salem Laundry and by Salem
Realtors, 3-1 over Keizer Merch
ants. Larry Martin, a sophomore jav
elin tosser last spring for Salem
high hurled the no-no for Bob
Schwartz' Milkers over the Laun
dry nine. He fanned 12 and faced
only 23 batters in seven innings.
Catcher Al Beebe's homer, with-.
Martin aboard, broungh in the two
runs in the fourth off loser Bruce
Jimmy Rice flipped the other
no-hitter in the Lumbermen- Ti
gers tilt. Walks netted three runs
off him, but he was backed by a
heavy assault by Coach Vince
Genna's troupe, including a ho
mer by Ray Puhlman.
Pearce's three-hit flinging stop
ped the Keizers. The Realtors
scored all three runs on three hits
off Garren in the third. West Sa
lem Lumber and the Realtors are
now in a first place tie with two
straight wins..
Today's "C" league round at 6
p.m.: Keizer Traux Oil vs.- River
Bend Sand and Gravel at Olinger
and Four Corners vs Elfstroms at
Keizer : L.. 001 000 01 4
Realtors I 003 OOO S 1 3
Garren and Pintle, Cngle (4); Pearce
and Page. ,
Mayflower 000 900 ft t t 0
Salem Laundry j 000 000 00 0 3
Larrjr Martin and BUI Beebe; Brace
King and Welnefer.
W-SaWm Lumber . 030 900 011 10 0
Salem Heights . 201 000 03 0
Jim Rice and Winter; Merchant and
Cardinals WhachBroqhLead
To 1 Game; Indians Wiii Again
NEW YORK, July 5-OVThe Boston Red Sox finally bealthe New
York Yankees. And it took a DiMaggio to do it Dom DiMaggio. After
losing five straight to the American league leaders, the Red Sox. led
by the younger of the DiMaggio brothers, edged out the Nev Yorkers
4-2 tonight to snap an eight-game losing streak. I
Stealing a page from his older brother Joe's hook j;Dom slammed
tripl and home run, scored two runs, and made a orillianj catch of
Phil Rizzuto's bid for a three-bagger to earn the hero's roli The de
feat cut the Yanks first place margin over the idle Philadelphia Ath
letics ta four games. A I
The third ' place i Cleveland In
dians advanced to Within kix game
of the Yankees, defeating the Det
roit Tigers, 8-1. Frank Pjpish lim
ited the Bengals to seven hits for
his first victory of the .year. Joe
Gordon cracked two sifTgle? and
his 13th home run. to pttce a 14
hit attack against three ditchers.
Paul Lehner's sihglejwitb the
bases loaded and Catchci Joe Tip
ton's error helped, the St. Louis
Browns to a six-run seventh in
ning which gave them i 9-5 vic
tory over the Chicago White Sox.
. the St. Louis Card mils moved
to within one game of tHe Nation
al league leading Brooklyn Dod
gers, winning a 10-irmirjg 2-1 de
cision from the Chicago dubs while
Golfers Tune
For Big Meet
LOS. ANGELES, July 5-P)-Some
of the nation's foremost am
ateurs tried out the new Rancho
Golf course today in preparation
for the national public links cham
pionship which opens. July 11.
Roger McManus of Raleigh,
N. .C, and Al Nelson of Portland,
Ore., took the day's practice round
honors. They each fired 69s on the
par 71 layout. ,
It was the first time any of the
tournament entrants ;had played
on fte course. About 75 of the
tournament's 210 players have al
ready checked into town.
First round pairings included:
Richard F. Cooney, Portland,
Ore. vs. Arthur Moore, Memphis, j over the Phils, and his
Tenn. Richard L. Yost. Portland.
Ore., vs. Jack R. Penberthy, St
Louis, Mo. Ben G. Hughes, Port
land, Ore., vs. Frank Rutkiewicz,
Honolulu, Hawaii. Thomas A.
Marlowe, Portland, Ore., vs. Mich
ael R. Ferentz, Long Beach, Cal.
Robert Duden, Portland, Ore., vs.
Kenny Griffin, Los Angeles, Cal.
hipped the
Red Scho-
the Philadelphia Phils w
Brooks, 7-2. Singles by
rnuiensi ana jviariv Maeion and a
fielder's choice by Stan ilusial ac
counted for the Cards1
run in the 10th.
rven rteiruzeimaa spated seven
hits to rack up his 10h victory
fourth in
row over Brooklyn. iThe in
gave the Phils undisputed posses
sion of third place;
All other teams were hot scried
American League
000 011 1104 14- 0
020 000 0003 4 1
Batti; Lopt, Shea
New York
McDermott. and
ill and Berra,
Cleveland . 310 022 000 ( 14 0
Detroit 001 000 0001 7 1
Pa pish and Hexan: Gnuom, Stuart
(21. Trout 1 6 1 and Swirl.
Chicago . 000 310 100 S 0 3
St. Louis 000 300 6O-0 I 0
Wight. Surkont 7i and T ipton; Os
troweki. Kennedy 8) and Lollaf.
(Only fames
Giants Bee
Senator Swat
(Up to date)
B H Pet B H Pet.
Cherry 206 tt .343 Foster ...... 31 .2fO
B.Ptrsn .3181)6 .302 Hedingtn 197 30 .254 ; erlJ on opnon
u nrrni 13 .zva Mcrwully 237
Krue . .. 12S 35 .280 Carlson 4 15 .234
Beard ... 1S1 S3 Zurcher ...33 $.153
Wailey 283 78 J78 0born 13 0 000
OUen .. 66 18 .273 Drilling ... Jt 0 .000
Sciarra S4 23 362
McNulty 3 61 Fredericks t 4 17
Olsen 7 I 26 Peterson . f 1 44
Oaborn 3 3 29 Sciarra 34 30
Foster 3 4 26 DriUins 0 0 0
NEW YORK, Julv J-iyPK-.Qut-
fielder Monte lrvin anjl infielder
Henry Thompson, ithe fust negro
players to appear? on fthe" club's
rotter, have been': puiVhased by
the New York Giants! from the
Jersey City flub -and kvill be in
uniform at the Polo Gniinds when
i the Giants meet the Pliils tomor
i row night, it was announced, to
To make room for th two men,
who have been playjnk fine ball
in the International l jague, the
Giants sent infielder J; ck Lohrke
and outfielder Pete M lne to the
Jersey City club, a Giant prop-
In the Mafars
Gordon. Indians
Pesky. Red Sox
Doerr. Red Sox
Ab R rf O A E Rht
.31 Si 4 I 0 t
4' lv III 2 3 0 1
S O 3; 2 l 0
Yakima 54 26 .675 Salem 36 43 .456
Vancouvr 47 30 .610 Bremerton 35 46 .432
Spokane 44 36 .357i Victoria 33 46 .418
Wenatche 38 42 475 Tacoma 33 50 398
Tuesday results: At Wenatchee 8. Sa
lem 9. At Spokane S. Yakima 4. At
Bremerton 13. Victoria O.At Tacoma
1, Vancouver S.
i H wd ..
. Seattle
! San D.
' Oak.
W L Pet. W L Pet.
63 40 6t2:Sac. 48 50 .495
55 48 534 Port. 46 53 .465
52 49 .515 San F. 45 56 .446
51 50 505!L. A. 43 58 .426
Table of Coastal Titles
(Compiled bv U.S. Coast tt Geodetic
Survey! Portland. Orefoa.
Parlflr Standard Time
IS 0.1 a.m.
B oo p.m.
1114 a m.
0 48 p m.
12 13 pm.
10 36 p m.
12 59 p.m.
1 1 57 p.m.
1 42 p.m.
12 06 a m.
2 21 pm.
12 50 a m.
2:56 p.m.
1 30 am.
3:33 p.m.
2 :13 a m.
4:07 p.m.
151 am.
4 41 p m.
3:50 a m.
1:11 p.m.
4 4 a m.
3.51 pm,
6 05 a.m.
30 pm.
, J A a.m.
7 12 p.m.
:10 a m.
7 59 p.m.
10 2 a m.
8:44 p m.
11 M a.m.
30 p.m.
la C3 p nu
10 18 p m.
12 43 p m.
11 7 pjn.
3 34 am.
2:40 p.m.
4 30 a m.
3 :40 p.m.
3:19 a.m.
4 28 p.m.
6 05 a m.
5:21 p.m.
6 .48 a m.
10 p.m.
7 29 m.
:57 p.m.
8 7 a m.
7:55 p.m.
44 a m.
'8 36 p.m.
9 17 a m.
29 p.m.
1 40 a m.
10 :28 p m.
10 22 a.m.
n an p. nv
10 S a.m.
12:40 a.m.
11 M a m.
1-47 a.m.
JJ 20 pm.
2 :46 a m.
116 p.m.
3 37 a m.
218 p.m.
4.23 a m.,
3 17 p.m.
5 10 a m.
4:10 p.m.
5 52 a m.
04 p.m.
-0 5
2 5
-1 6
1 3
-1 2
0 8
2 7
-O 4
1 -3
1 9
1 3
3 1
-0 3
j Tonight'sf games, both Indus
i trial leaguej-s: Naval Reserve v.
Interstate Tractor at 6:30 and
Warner Metora vs. Clear Lake
at 7:45.
Teamsters Union . 104 128 11 1
Poet Office 1 000 (KM-O 0 2
Micha! and C. Bock; Odom and
Chamber. Sott.
ing fall-apiece draw and the Ya
qui Kid flopped Tmy Paletti in
straight falls. k -
Randle Oil
App legate
Golden Pheaiant
000 000 11
ooo ono o o
Henry; Crofoot
000 00 0
270 0-
Wilkenson. Uonet and Eshelman:
ler and W entire r.
2 0
1 0
0 2
4 0
(No fames scheduled Tuesday)
WLPct WL'ct
New York 48 26 .649 Boston 36 36 .500
Philadel 44 30 .595 Washingtn 32 39.451
Cleveland 4131 SfMlrhirxn Wit inn
' IV.t.Ait M OA ont-. r M En , a
Tuesday reulti: At New York 2.
Boston 4. At Detroit 1. Cleveland 8. At
St. Louis 9, Chicago -6. (Only games
WLPct. I WLPct.
Brooklyn 44 29 .603 New York 36 36 JO0
43 30 .589 Pittsburgh 31 40 .437
PhiUoel 41 35 .339 Cincinnati 29 41.414
Boston 40 35 533 Chicago 28 46 .378
Tuesday rewults: At Chicago 1. St.
Louis 2. At Brooklyn 2. Philadelphia T.
(Only games scheduled)
Halional Leagne
St. Louis - 000 001 000 11 7 J
Chicago 000 010 000 01 1
Brecheen. Pol let (3) and Garagiola:
Rush' and Owen. (Ten innings)
Philadejphia .. SOI 000 00 7 II 0
Brooklyn 200 000 0002 7 3
Heintzelmait and I Lopata: Hatten,
Banta ilr. M inner (6) and Campanella.
(Ony games)
Yakima , ...,.01 002 0004 4
Spokane ... . 013 200 OOx 4 12 0
Soriano. Savarese (4) and Orteig:
Kimball. Werbowskit7and Roma.
Midgets Return July 13
Midget ayuto racing, which made
its 1949 djtbut at Salem's Holly
wood boil on June 22 before'
some 4000 fans, will return again
WednesdaV night, July 13, accord
ing to Promoter Jimmy Ryan. A
full tard tt events,; including the
Northeast's top drivers and cars,
wills be inj' the action.
jarring! breakdowns between
novlr; and then, Ryan expects to
have seven Offerthauser specials
running here that night. Also,
there will be at least dozen
Fords, including the No. 1 driven
by Bullet j! Bob Gregg. One of the
new Of lies now. in operation on
-the Northwest tracks belongs to
Howie Osborne, the veteran Port
land driver. He Recently purchas
ed an Offy motor in California at
the factory and is gradually
breaking it in to keep strides with
those phenoms piloted by Louie
Sherman, Gordy Youngstrom,
Cal Niday, Russ Congdon and
others. . . - i . - , .
In the opening program here
Congdon beat out the big 1-2
boys, Sherman and Gregg, to win
the I main event. He also posted
the second best time trial run of
the night, 16.12 seconds. Sherman j
had the best, at 1110. '
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4 DAYS ONLY . . . JULY 6, 7, 8, 9!
Tapered Fly Lines
Fly Rods
All With Extra Tip Joints
Ber. Now
1 Granger Deluxe 0.0 39.95
1 Fhillipson Paramount . 45.00 32.95
1 Granger Aristocrat ... 40.00 27.50
2 Phillipsen Power-Pal . 35.00 24.95
2 Hedden 30.00 21.95
2 Phfllipson Pace Maker 25.00 19.95
2 Shakespeare Premier . 24.00 16.95
2 Shakespeare Triumph 22.50 15.95
2 Montague 17.50 11.95
6 H & I Cascade 16.95 11.95
5 Shakespeare
Sprincbrook 15.50 10.95
4 H I Spinner ....! 1.95 7.95
1 South Bend
Doublebuilt 75.00 34.95
Fishing Reels
15 Only Lakeside level wind ail metal
casting reels 4.75
12 H I level wind
casting reels .. 2.75
6 H I level wind all metal
easting reels 4.75
t Heddon Pal all metal
easting reels 15.00
5 H A I all metal
easting reels 5.00
6 nly Ocean City all sneUI
easting reels S.00
1 lot Spanish gat j
tapered leader M
1 14 same .75
XI ft. Cells 1 strand leader wire
Asserted weights .60
S ft. T strand leader .35
1 lot Autd. ft gut leader.
vaJaes up te 66 rents
! .20
6 only Snper,visor double
tapered lines 10.00
12 Shakespeare double
tapered lines ..... 9.00 6.25
4 Tournament deuble
tapered lines 11.00 6.95
5 V. S. double
tapered lines ... 12.00 7.95
Beg. Now
1 32x71 Down
sleeping bag 40.00 25.00
1 36x80 Kapok
sleeping bag 29.50 19.95
1 48x80 Wool
sleepinc bag .. 34.50 19.95
2 48x60 Wool A Cotton
sleeping bags 17.64 11.25
1 48x80 Wool
sleeping bag 30.00 17.95
1 42x80 Kapok
sleeping bag 34.95 19.95
1 36x80 chicken feather
filled 21.95 18.95
1 32x27 Kapok
sleeping bag 19.95 13.95
2 only golf carta no bag needed made
to sell at $29.50 ...Vat.95 -
Other Golf Carts - 5.95 .
1 only leather golf bag. Regular 136 H.
1 lot of Misc. bats, values up to $3.66.
Now X.OO
scope, used but very little 97.50
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8x10x4 wall tent ...
8x8 umbrella tent f
with poles OS-OOj
only Army ruck sacks 1.95
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8 only wicker or washable i: airplane
cloth covered complete with
breakable utensils 25.00
only Mess kits 1.26
only Camp Freeser 22.50
only Camp Freeser ...12.56
1 only 11 i " 4 16 os. 15.75
1 only 9x11 10 os. 10-9S?
1 only 8x9 8.25
1 only 6x6 5.56
1 only 7x8 ... 6.56
1 only 8x16 " , 9.75
1 only 9x16 21 ox. 15.06
1 only 7x9 21 ox. .. 10.00
Assorted all wool-corduroy and satin.
Vfhtes up to f 11.50. Mostly Small
sixes. $;-' -I.9S-
We have several samples f:1etteimen
or award sweaters Values up to SI8.75.
Ideal for general wear for antone.
Now only L-1.95
A row an wool up so . vaiuci
Now , . if-.95
Bathing caps up U .75 value .10 fa.
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