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    WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1947
MBarrett
Hangs Total
Fan Record .
Suds' Curveballer
Hat Whiffod 1616
fly The Associated 1'rrkn
Dirk iKewplei llmri'it, HfiiIIIch
rurve ball expert, airmailed the ull
lune I'm' I He Ctmal leiimio alrlkmiut
record laat h'"1'1 by '"'"' olulit
: u.i rnmi'iilo Holona mid iiIvIiik
irllsr-dwellllW itnlnlcre nil It to il
vlrlnry.
J iiarrrlt'e I"! gives him lulul
ill lull slrlkruuls. Itrliirr Ul
t liltl'I's lame I" A "r' 11UN
Mj (hp previoua all.lliiie rrrord
,' holilrr, Frank Hhrllenliara, Mhu
formerly played Willi the Molly
' Mara mill Hn Klriu I'adrre
tint now ! Willi the Detroit I lrra
! eoarh.
' HiirllMilmi k finished tip hit I'uil
fir ol league playing In lu:iH Willi
Ihe Hull Dim" club aa pIK'hcr
inanagrr. , In etialillahliig Hi "fw niitrk the
vrlerall Ilairolt llrlil HaiTaliicnto lu
Imir till end yielded rum (inly in
, Uie fuuiUl.
'Ilie U Aiujrlra Anuria, thanka tu
the Iwiiie run hats of Jiilinny Ot
Irowtxl ml Al CIIMui. Icptird up
' to (mir-gaine lead over arrond-
f jr Haii Kramitoi yrtlcrduy by
juiicIiik Hollywood ft lu I.
Oakland, opening a acvru.gallie
acrlra wll'l H" Klani Uio. edited up
in williln a gamo u( the aecuiid
nlace Hrals by detesting Ihrm 3 to I
in s ten-Inning contest. IMUIirr
' IJcwry ttorlano poked III the illncli
li i run.
In the I.wi Angeles-Hollywood till
Pitcher llnl Lynn held the Hurt In
iherk tur 111" riiihtli win t the wa
auii anil (Mtrowtkl't liumrr In the
fifth waa hit 14th of the campaign,
pulling him III a aerulid Jtlaie lie
fur rlrrult-rlmillnif hnnir with Kd
Knurr of l Anicelra and Vlnre Di
Meglio of Oakland. Han Dlrito'a
Mat Weal leada the liume runnera
lili la
llumrra accounted for all the
scoring In Ilia Han llrti. Portland
game with the l'adrr romlni out
on lop I to S. Frank F.rr'a three
run fokr-bafirr In the loin in
ning won the game for Hie I'adrra.
'flie Reavers went Into i I tu I
Irad with elrrull blawa by Herman
Helrh In the eeronri alanra and
lianny Faeobar In the fifth. Hut
.Mat Weal evened It un In the
lilh when he atrurkjila IVIh of
- off
HERALD AND NEWS, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
PACE NINE
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Thla la one of the Block ardani whlrh will b driven In the auU
thrill ahnw at Ihe riiunty falrgrounda nett Saturday night. Driver Jack
Armatruiig la al the wheel for thla alunl.
the season with one
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Stafford, Jennings Lead
Field Into PNGA Rounds
I'oltTI.ANI), re . July 0 ipi-A
pulr of Urn -Hinffiiril mid Jen
iilnua -pa ed a a I - niiiti field Into
the rhaiiiplnliahlp flluht limU-h ploy
Locke Alms
To Surpass
Ben Hogan
C-IIIOAOO. July ft ifi-Uubby
IM-ke. Die former "buy wonder"
of Jnhiuilirjurtt', Houth Afrlra,
who iiuw dun mown up to tfolf'a
man of the hour, today art out
on a fatiipalun to turpau Iten Ho
gaia aa the natlon'a lendliiR money
winner before1 reiuriilift home III
the next two month.
The atl-year-nid IK-ke trounced
Kd "Poiky" Oliver by alx atrokea
to win the All American 30-hole
chainptotuhlp playuff yeaterday
awl collect 11.000. golf'a rlchrat
prlr.
Thla award ptuhrd lua total
rariilnga In winning five out of 10
tnuriiainriila to 110,1117 W. and
vaulted him Into aecond oallloii
on Uie financial llm behind Utile
lien, who la topa with I17.OV0. Ho
gan, however, hna pocketed lila
rhaiige through 63 tournament
rounila, while Perfectlonlm Locke
hat blinked hit In only 3 rounrtt
of ronietttloii ainre becoming the
greateal golfer to vlall these' ahoreo
In 3d yeara.
of the Pacific Norlhweat Oolf n
ooclutlon title meet today.
Htnfford, Ihe Unlverallv of Ore
gon ace, put a totir-under-par 68
with hla prevloua riay'a 10 to take
mednllKt honora' In the 36-hole
qualifying rounda yeaterday. The
LiH totul waa one atroke ahead of
Jeniilnga. flrat day lender, and four
up on Ouy Owen, Mlaaoilla, Mont.
Trailing at 144 were Rav Weaton.
Pnrtlund. and Bud Haakell, former
ly of Olympln but now if Port
land. Defending tltleholder Harry
divan of Hiutllc had a 145.
In the firat round of women's
match piny, favorllea came through
aa anticipated with medallat Kdcun
Amlernon of llelenn. Mont., topping
lnalel Jani of Victoria 7 and 5.
In other malchra. Oracle lMoaa
of CorvallU outahot Irene Church
of Hrattle. I and A.
Other men's acorea (3 liolea):
Bob Hederttrom. Knlrm. 165: Bruce
Placher, Eugene. 1S8: Duke Mulh
ewa, Olympic. 1M: Don Provoat,
Km-ene. 1M: Henry Near. Yakima,
11B; John W. Hullert. Aberdeen.
1(16; Bill Johnaon nnd Charlea Kin
dred, both CorvnllU, 1J6.
NORWAI.K. Conn. Willie Pep.
128. Hiirtford. outpointed Leo Le
brun, 128. New York, 8. iNon-tltlei.
Toiait r ha i
k Two nut waA winning run irtl
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L UiMlman. 31 . .3 I 1 I
I Tea. aa 4 117
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New Rules Adopted ...
Time Limit Placed
On Softball Tilts
By RONNIE BROWN
A decided In loal night's city aoftbull league meeting of team man
agera, the second round of play will be conducted In the same round
robin method at the firat half, rather than lo play the teams according
to their atreniith and standing In the league at waa suggested by some.
Heveral additional rules were adopted by vote of the managers In an
attempt to aiiecd up playing the games and letten the bickering that
has accompanied some of them In the first round.
A time limit of one hour 10 mlnutea was placed upon the games,
the plan being that with 10 minutes between games, an evening's pro
gram may be over by 10 o'clock. In the event of a tie, the game will
be played out as long as neceaaary and In a case of an Inning not being
completed, the Inning will be played
out. reaurdlriia of time,
In view of thla time limit, the men
decided to do away with the rule
of calling a game .If one Leiim Is
ahead by seven runs or more by the
end of the fifth Inning.
A aiiapentlon penalty for abuae to
umpires or any other unsportsman
like conduct on the part of players
was alto decided upon. A player
may be suspended fur two gomes In
a cute of any physical contact with
an umpire or opposing player. Two
games, that Is, In addition to the
one In which Ihe offense Is com
mitted. In other rases, not Involving
phyalral eontart, the suapenalon
may be one additional game or
leaa, the aevrrlty of the penalty
reatlng upon the "deelaiorj and
dlarrelion of both umpires. F.s
ceaalve and personal abuse of an
umpire, verbally, will come under
the latter brarket. aa will other
unaportamanllke actions.
Considerable time was spent by
the managers In hsshlng over other
difficulties which have arisen dur
ing first round comixHItlon. It was
agreed that In the event of a dis
agreement while a game Is In prog
rets, the managers or field captains
shall take part In the discussions,
not Uie whole team as has been the
case In the patt.
Another point discussed was the
necessity and difficulty of keeping
spectators In the stands and off the
playing field. To remedy this situa
tion, the managers agreed lo be re
sponsible for keeping the area oc
cupied by their teams clear of all
unauthorled persons.
Article 7, section 1 of the Oregon
State Softball association's by-laws,
which are definitely observed by the
city league, states that there shall
be no smoking on the field or the
players' benches. This rule has not
been enforced In the past but will
be enforced strictly from now on.
Hcsldes causing actual damage to the
field, the matchstlcks left on the
field by smokers constitute a haard
to the boys who will be playing foot
ball on the field next fall.
The final game of first round of
competition will be played tonight
under the arcs at Modoc field.
At 7:30 Moose will meet Rlckys
at Ihe south end of the field, while
Athleys will tackle the Bureau of
Reclamation on the north dia
mond. At present the Moose are
In fifth place In league standings
with three wins against aa many
losses and Rickys have fallen to
seventh place with three wins and
five setbacks.
Athleys have pulled up to fourth
place with five victories and three
losses while Reclamation is on the
bottom rune of the league ladder
with on. win and six losses.
The fate of the hotly disputed
Eagles-Reclamation game of Mon
day night has not been decided yeU
but Prank Drew, league president,
and Sam Smith, league secretary
will confer with the officiating um
pires and then render a decision.
The game was thought to have been
declared no contest, but the umpire
claims that he did not five such a
decision.
Marked Salmon
Unlock Secret
PORTLAND, July t Young
salmon should be held In breeding
ponds until 14 months old, the state
fish commission reported today
after a check of marked silver
salmon now returning to spawning
grounds.
The commission said the check
disclosed those held 14 months out
number those released after six
months.
The fish held the longer period
returned at a ratio of 4 to 1 at
Alsea and 8 to 1 at Bonneville.
DOERR'S BAG RUNNING
WON ALL-STAR GAME
CHICAGO, July ( tm The Na
tlonal league, whipped In the 14th
all - atar major league game, still
wondered what makes the American
league so tough.
Jubilant Joe Cronln, who directed
the American leaguers to a 2-1 tri
umph for their 10th victory against
only four defeats before 41.123 at
Wrlgley field yesterday, could point
to several reasons. '
On might be the hell-bent-for-election
base -running of Cronln's
own Boston second sacker, Bobby
Doerr. who scored the decisive run
In the 7th.
Anrther was the pinch hitters
used by the American league. An- ,
elent Luke Appling of the Chicago !
White Sox scored the first Junior I
circuit run In the sixth Inning, and I
Washington's Stan Spence rammed ,
a single to score Doerr from third in
the seventh frsme.
The National leaguers had only
one big moment and that was the
home-run shot by big Johnny Mire
of the New York Olants In the i
fourth
Dyers'
Inning which lava Iddla
outclassed boys their lone
marker and a short-lived 1-0 lead.
Even though Dyer trotted out St
players the losers collected only five
hits off four American league tasters.
The crowd of 41.123, although ihe
sixth largest In the game's history.
coniriDutea a record net taxe
'ii
tl0S.314.S0, most of which la ear
marked for the players' penaleas
fund.
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