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   Salina Journal, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1953, Salina, Kansas                              k Yankees Go Down To Sixth Straight Defeat AllCollege Baseball Team Is Announced CominOutSwingin NEW YORK June 27 lands big liarcia shut for Sheely in9th New York Yankees withnine niisjjppppcd out for Rogoyinin 9th tcdav to hand tlie LANSING Mich Junei 27 power featured the 11953 All American College Baseball PucaroT in7 announced today by John bu2 R and ER Tncano 41 B H O A Bishop 2 0 34 leaders their sixth straight defeat Goodnmnlb j0 It was the Yankees longest jpiersall rf Josiig streak since they lost niheEVers f in a row in chopped j Stephens If lead over the Indians to sevenJKell 3b fames tXEVELvUJD Aft MitchUlf hWestlake If 0 AVla2b 3 Easter Ib S aGlynn ib 3 Doby cf 4 Kennedy rf 2 Strickland ss 4 Began c Garcia p 3 J 3J S for Easterin Tih bRan for ilitcheirin 8th SEW YORK McDougald 3b 4 Bollweg Ib i Mantle cf Berra c WoodfingK Bauer rf Jlartin 2b Lopat p K H O 2 o 3 1 9 1 2 1 2 6 0 27 i 0 3 4 4 4 4 3 2 0 1 31 OFricano O1 H Kous Michigan State baseball coach wlio heads the Selection epriv Rookie Angler Minnesota Bound Vacation tune has rolled ju ound For the past few da beei going over fishing equipment getting if ready for a trek Fireworks And Boat Races At Kanopolis Lake Sunday June 28 1053 SnUna Journal to a few of Minnesotas 10000 lakes But then the nows became hot and heavy about Salina retinn mittea of the American Aasocal ing to tne association So the first day of vacation will be i n Tescott Host ToKISMeet Next Week Young man o i White c 40 cf o 20 40 0iBolling ss 3 i OJHudson 2 1Kinderp 00 OfWilberl 0 O Totals 31 5 9 27 OeRan for Evers in 1st OjfStruck out for Kinder m Btt gw jChicaso 001 000 f ct 201 000 jf KUmphlctt RBIKell of the strongest cookie teams 6 roan Stew at the K1S league i2BKell Minoso HR Stew art iera SHudson LeftChicago 6 Bos IRK M O G BBKeegan 3 Hudson 5 10 ABK H V A a pwic ton of Collega Baseball Coaches t The first string lineup exclusive f of pitchers has a collective wt dovvn futuie of some teams spent in JopHn Sunday vxathing the as a table to decide tlie average of 383 Tha first teams slugging percentage figured by dividing total bases by times at bat is a very healthy 809 Since has a chance to gam a spot in the loop I couldnt resist the temptation to be on hand Heaviest hWcr on thaJ teams selected is first strihgeiB if anything happens in weelc the fishing equipment is to B Hopkins fastfielding third base jagcr or jtional the KlSleague imita TOP the University of Tennes be packea UP and the trip to Minnesota is scheduled to begin While Im vaway Jciry Renner of The Journals staff will take over the sports desk ol tlje first stringers are As I raid earlier thus yeai when it comes to from last years Im definitely in the rookie class But by rNoren Jiranda ss Totals 4 4 4 4 4 3 0 1 3 35 n 0 2 1 l 2 0 1 0 0 2 4 9 27 12 Keegzn 2 Rogovin 1 1 1 HOKeegan 4 in 6 Ro in Pierne 0 in 3 Hud The tournament will field but Gene Sheets of Okla home andPaul Giel of Minnesota moved up from the 1S52 second team i Only two of first parhc ipated in the college worlds series Included in the list of clubs is thfl Lions team of Salina last years Kl 8 leagiio champions son 8 in 2 in S Pierce 0 sn 3 faced 2 batters 2 in 1 R and J jKeegan 33 Rogovin 2 lQ0 Hudson i Kinder 11 WFRogw 3iRogovia 3 LKinder 4 m Libris isthird in the 8140 divir Salina ihn eason one and two The fiom at Omaha They were shortstop Bruce Haynam of the series win the tune 1 return from Minnesota I should have advanced to the minoi league or and k is possible a Minnesota lake will be the final resting place of my fishing rod and equipment Ive rluUscd wer all sorts of hooks spinners lures etc and Im satisfied I everything I need If I dont I tjie1 OutboardRacing asso ciation The laces will begin at 130 pm and will Include six class es of boats with iwo heats being run in each class The racers will comefrom all over Kansas nd parts of Missouri and boat races will bel The two day celebration is ex the main atuactions at ths Kanopopected to draw people flora all Lake oer the Fomth of JulyUei Kansas will go to the weekend The enlcitalnmem is foi a weekend of enteitaln to the public The Ellsworih American Legion has planned a big aerial fireworks display for 4th of July which comes on Saturday The display which will at pm will be shot foiu ie top of the ciam and will go out over the large body of water The Ellsworth American rient pf fishing swimming r boat ing and picnicing besides tlw spe cial entertainment that will be provided by the Ellsworth Asian can Legion and KanopolisLake association John Tate Dukes senior track iice from La Grange Ga cap Legion also has planned otherjtained both the crosscountry and forms of entertainment for the big track tearis this season twoday celebration On July 5 which will be on Sun day the Kanopolis LakeAssocia Michigan Statesfirst regular Big Ten football game at home tion made uppf towns in the lakeKyill be played area will sponsor boat races byOct 17 anyway Included in the equipment is one 1 good lifejacket 1 mng Michigan Wolverines and John couldnt say for sure that I have the enough to outfight Shepard Stanford catcher L bass or northern pike and I may end Vp in one of the 10000 lakes cStruck out for Scarborough in 9th Cleveland 000 Oil 1205 New York 000 000 000flj EMcDougald RBIEaster Avila 2 Mitchell 3BMitchH HKEasterjfjl Browns Hand Phillyls up there Despite Air Force attempts to teach me to swim I still sink quickrv without a lifejacket Uso packed awav as the portable typewriter If I have any luck at all Illluve to do some bragging about it in a columnfrom Minnesota If one fails to appear jou can be reasonably sure that Sox and Fred Fleming Bowdoin j the fishing pole is on the bottom of a lake and I may be 01 er in and Warren Neuberger CCNTnjSoux 5 D watching some C baseball games inthe Of the collegians picked t in cluding two pitchers for each squad many have already been signed by the professionals Head mg the list is Gene Sheets of Oklai homa who went with the that loop Kiwanis Cardinals ard j Knights of Columaus also aie en i tared They played to a 22 dead J1CKK lasi Friday nigh in their loop Other strong teams entered are Minneapolis Lincoln AVestfall fCmicoirtm arrt the host of whojr were ssnea by the Noithern league am Detroit Tigers The tournament oh of the big Michigan apA Texas finalists for SGarcia Jjftaeveland 4 New YorV 8 BBLopat 2 Scarborough t SOGarcia 6 Lopat 3 HOLopat 7 in 3 Scarborough 0 in 1 ERGarcia 00 Lopat 51 gest ofits kindin tha state at S pm JulyS when Knights goes against West of Columbus I fall PHILADELPHIA 27 At night Kiwanis the NCAA crown at Omaha and Stanford and Duke all received two positions on the three squads picked The Michigan team landed Brown assited bj meets Ooncbfdja Shortstop Bruce Haynam on the 1 R h hvo errors S pm July 3 Minpeapoha facesfirst team Scar borough 00 WPScarborough Garcia LLopat W efeated the Philadelphia Ath letics 61 todayit was ths Browns against Tescott Lincoln and at Lions goes ChisoxGrab Sixth Slrai Triumph 65 AB K H O i o o i o 3001 o i o o 10 o 22 28 2 0 0 n I first win over the As in the last seven games between the clubs j Righthander Duane Pillette helped jhis own cause by smashing the I first homer ofhis major league career iST LOUIS Groth Kokos rf 3 i Sievers Ib 4 JLenharttt If 4 BOSTON June MinnieCourtney c4 twoout Unable in theDyck 3b ninth drove in two runs and ablcd the Chicago White SON toHunter ss 3 EHin their sLxth straight victors by PiUeUo p 4 tPDninthe Boston Red Sox 65j Totals Tim Rivera and Eci Stewart PHlLAUEUIrA Al homered as the White Sox totalediDeMaesii ss 5 10 hits against two Boston pitchers Philicy rf 4 Veteran Ellis Kinder tor the seclRobinsonib 3 ond consecutive game wasZsrniaUf iSuder2b 4 0 ABabe 3b 4 1 7 iMcGheecf 3 2 OiAElraUic 3 0 1 4iFriL15fiop 2 1 1 liaHamilton1 n 3 2Bishop p 0 2 3 ObScheib 1 4 34 NCA Refuses To Water Down Athletic Ban nght fielder Paul Leplej on the third squad Texas got Paul Mohr the first base spot on the second team arid Travis Eckert the centerfield position Stanford hadJohn Shepard selected as first team catcher and Chuck Essegian as the third team left This fishing jaunt he fust chance I to try out some new equipment Especially I want to try out a mixture a company sent me that guarantees strikes Im going to use the tube marked bass the first day Maybe I should not take advantage of the finny creatures with the concoction but thejll show me up more thanj once and tnat will just be getting even 0 0 120 fi S 27 picked on the third Getting one spot each on teams selected were Southern Calij CHICAGO June 27 ffiThe North ornia Oklahoma Tennessee Bow 2Central Associations executiveidoiji Baylor Ohio University 5Icommitteetoday refused to waterIjiirmesota City College of New 4down its ban on subsidies for colTorkr Michigan Ithaca jlege athletes Colorado Colgate Iowa Im just to rub a bit of this mixtme on the bait UIP bass Ss supposeto strike j However there T ill be a case of beans alotig just m case I fail to land a j number of people have told me they believe that the Amencanj Essegian as tne inira team r s couW be spppded Adder Duke had pitcher Joe LeWs es consumlng too much tme and after or fe mnmgs they get up and with the game uo hours or nioreold The powerful 17state academic not lodging a complaint Thcjll still attend the games Butthey feel that if the games can be speeded lip everyone will be hapjiicr and the crowds will swell a lot more statHoly Crosansa uo K H 0 group reconsidered itsHouston Lafayette Rutgers Nejfiel a 3 2strict prohibitions after presidentsbraska and State of major colleges within its juris Tne rosters include diction protested against the NCAs athletic code charged with the loss CHICAGO AB R H Fain Ib 3 Minoso If 5 Elliott 3b 5 Melc rf 4 Lollar c 4 Rivera cf 3 Marsh ss S bSheely 0 cWilson Carrasnuel Fox 2b Keegan p aStewart Rugovin p clBeardcn Pioroe p Totals Homered NCA action last Marchin threat FIRST TEAM Gene Sheets 2b Oklahoma xHIPD TFM1 to disaccredit Oklahoma TromDOia ib Kansas 0 3 1 9 The umpires are responsible for mast of this part of the speed They should make certain both teams ron on and off the Teams walking to positions take too much time Sometimes there is too much stalling when a batter gets in the box Hs feels he must dust his hands off on every pitch Sometimes pitchers take too much time although pitchers should take plenty of inie Any move made to hurry a pitcher too much could cause wiMness Many times nseJess conferences between the pitcher cascher are held or between infielders and pitchers and OjaFlied out Fricano in 7th M foralleged subsidizingand recruiting of athletes led to the1 Jprotest by the presidents The executive committee con 0firmed that it acted today on the 0 status of Oklahoma A M butj 8 declined to divulge any details The jlcPherson defeated Exline JK 12 to 7 j If the keep in mfnd to hustle to and from positions or cut out timeconsuming antics theyll find the crowds will not only f M1 seven or nine inning game but theyll get bigger a tuuijin oinjiic un LUC Luac ui mua oiuii 0bGroundcd oat lor Bisnop m 9they Universjty peoia TJ anrl Bill Webl hurledjTbat is a frequent cry in the organizedleagues too LOUIS 001 I UU fTl X OOt 000 0001 Bradoy was PIaced on Exllre lj EDcliaeatrt AstMlh RBI One year for 0JfUlete2 LenhardtCourtney Dyckiaouses The JtcPherson team alleged athletic was an alltar club from various academic weaknesses kid teams for Kecan in hWalked for Marsh in 9lh 0 Groth Robinson 2B Zernial oCourtney Dyck HP Pillfette OiLenliardt 13LouusIPhilartclpihaS BUrPilKnici j3 Fricano 1Bishop 1 Fricano 3 Bishop 1 HO j Without Hogan PGA Golf Meet Musial And Reese j Ready To Start Top IronMen List It was agreed the other day at the chamber of commerce meet ling on Salina returning to professional baseball that the name Blue Jays be dropped and should Salina get the Joplin franchise they be called the Salina Yankees Which brings up Uie question Would Blue Jay park Chen be come Yankee stadium It should he given a new name to distinguish it from othr places in Kenwood park Sam PGA Snead title seeking George When Are PILES Dangerous Can NEW YOPvK June 27 Who are todays iron men of baseball Although there is nobody witliinlj reach ot Lou Gchiigs record Stan Musial of the SL Louis Cardinals and Pee Wee Reese of the Brook lyn Dodcers have played six sesi sons in which they appeared in 150 or more gamer The great iron man first sacker of the Yankees went through 2 110 consecutive j a record which is likely to stand a lonfj time Using the ISOgame figure as a basis you find that Reese and Ton Do Risk1 To Reduce Sinn Musio Pee Wee Reese pobert Trent Jones BIRMDfGHAMMich June 27jkenhanded Ben Hogan some fourth miles away in Carnoustie the couni Fazio who led th country in sec trys golf professionals can reiaxtional qualifying defending chain j and enjoy their own private teeipion Jim Tumesa Dr Gary llid party next week dlecoff and Jackie Burke i Its the 35th annual championship These are the boys who usually liof the professional Golfers Assocollect the big dough when Hogarii jciation a 216hole medal and and Lloyd Mongren arent first jj match play marathon which beJin line Mangrum second to Hogan gins mth qualifying Wednesday j in the years money winning list READ THIS FREE BOOK Mand continues through July 7 ialso is in Carnoustie seeking theiPiles need not be dangerous The site is the cozy BirminghamjBritishOpen jless you neglect to get proper Country Club a short 6465yard i HoganA tirotime wi nner care for such relatcu par 71 layout which has been docj wouldnt be caught dead in thetailments as fistula and rectai and up a bit for the occasion byipGA tournament since his near widelyknown fairway architefatal automobile accident in an3 seven Both players have been inj jits too tough on his legs he says Snead winner in 1942 1949 and vuu iiuu tnut LU tto itavv WIVM j Musial top a list of 64 active mnan their clubs contsts this sason lt WSli Trcnt Joncs has a bone separation in earbV Oakland Hills for the left hand and says he has S Open two years ago andculty gripping the club But he in the PGA I dont know how far Correction Of Fridays Ad Bronze Gasoline GaL GENUINE Ethyl Gasoline Gal IMVOUJiH Motor Oil Per Gal In Lntf 44e 254c 100 HIPOWER SERVICE GBJP Mgr 1100 fcmtb Slilh Phono M07 BUILD THE HOME OF I YOUR DREAMS ioilagucrs who have played atthisfar UP least that vnany games in a single The lugli mark in the S Open two years ago andjculty season There are 33 in the Na1 League is five seasons bv the5cu can stin hear the ouragedlpromiscs to play tional League and two less in the WashingtonSenators irsl hagei cries of the competitors adding American Mickey Vernon Ralph recentlytraded to the Chi Musial who is 32 years old and cago Cubs also put in five 150 Rcese at 33 both stand a seasons for the Pittsburgll chance to crack the record of I50pjratcs game season 1 in the National There arc eight fourseason men League at least Mel Ott holds the Beaded by four Philadelphia Phils senior circuit mark with 10 years They are Richie Ashburn Granny for the Giants Gehrig is the allj Hammer Del Ennis and Bill time record holder with 12 seasons jjjcholson Nicholson ho we v er Alternating lietween the outfield i played his 150game seasons with and first base for the Cardinalsjtlie Chicago Cubs The others are the past few seasons Miisial hasiRed Schoendienst St Louis Car missed two games in two seasons dinals Gil Hodges Brooklyn and in 1951 the DodgersPhil Rizzuto and Johnny Mize of captain and shortstop played in all the New York Yankees Mize a but seven games past two camjNational Leaguer for paigns Last year Reese appeared portion of his career played two in 149gamesTfailing by one gameil50game seasons with Cte of increasing his ISOgame seasons dinals and two with the Giants Thornton Minor Hospital Suite 187fi 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