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   Portland Press Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1949, Portland, Maine                               Section Two Portland Sunday Telegram And Sunday Press Herald Portland, Main? _ eegram n unay ress era ortland, Maine Nine Track And Field Records Fall In Local Schools Among Those Cracking Marks (Special Lewiston, May 21 new records were set in trie track and field events of the annual Bates College Relaly Carnival Thirty-four schoolboy teams were attracted to thje Irferscholastic meet and included over 3qO schoolboys from schools throughout the state In the Class A running events new record was set in all but one even: the mile one second short of equaling tne previous record of 3 51 The event was run in three heats and South Portland edged Lewiston out of first place by one-tenth of second In the Class A mile all three teams scoring Levviston Cheverus and Westbrook bettered the previous record The new mark let by the Lewiston High relay team of Ece LeCompte Omer Mic- !on Ray Royer and Ronnie La- stands now at 3 3T 9 The old mark was 3 48 5 Cheverus High s Cookie, Hughes Paul Conley Larry Mahoney and Don McVicar combined to set a new record in the 880 Thev cov- ered the distance in 1 36 9 Roland CoUonvv set a new rec- ord in the Class A javelin throw a toss of 166 feet 3 inches Jerry Da. is Gould Academy semir set one new record alone la Class B competition and was a membe1- of the Bethel schools record breaking medlev team is was a member of one oth- runmng group chalking up a Gould and he was winner Ji the high jump Davjs new individual rec- o'd was in discus He made a throw of 143 inches Otner membersNjf the cham- pianshio Gould medieVxteam were Ab G-'ant Speed Stinchfield and Bob Dodge Too of the fams compel uiKT-t] tnp Class C junior high school 440-medley broke the old mark For antl -conci (Crieveri'l th d if h-tween Hu-i e- (Watervillf and R ce ELHS HelEht 10 leet ll ncne Nit Clink, Exhibition At Deering High The New England Lawn Tennis Assoc: ation Clinic1 Committee move! time Wo-i b pnd i amon Alex Sfcowhesan Mi ler Cheverus Tarte Conv Wli c......- 5 1ft R inches Shnt Henderson South For land second Cox Bananr thir Lea  lajj A Erratu r -j rj h orl Ccenian FI.HH Won bj- Co omr on Srj h Por and h rd Dstancp J3B 'eel Coi Banter tb rd B-ud Won bf B-a-rn SLolhe na '--md _ken Cor- 'bird SirsTfaeMn 20 leet i fgle Vagll W QR hn a e So j h HO Rela Won bj Cou d (Tlfft Da is K am Kenneo Ird Monmojlh Arad env T me t seconds 880 by Kennebjnk Brn 'i BaLrri 2nd Cape ETlz abe h 3rd Pan- Time 1387 Mile nr Gnu d Ijordar Hick No e, S nchfie d I 2nd "ao Ellzao" h T me 351 7 Mile bv Gould (Cjran Tn Dodte 2nd Farm int o-i 3rd Monmou h Aeademr Tim 3 ecord c Un bv Gardiner RanV n, D 01 H'iCl on Seabv 2nd Sko T--d Lew men T me 439 sec __pnd Relav _ Won ov Morie IM halao. Klne econd Leu Tim- rharrf nn A Ih Jin Time. 51 lin Relav tt-ixj nu --Mat "11 R rard MeH n SSiclon .econd Wb Auburn Time 4 .econdf tin l.rd Re a. Won >y ICal a .econd Turro1" Tim, F Pole Vault Won hr r ooner Mfl Our nn r i ih rd If he 2n  Din. anre 43 fre fi', inches I4n Relay hv R ck, Seeber 2nd Coburn1 Tlm  Time 3 M 2 Mile Mertlev by MCI t n. Ge rhei Freernjn) 2nd R ck 5 d Cob irn Time 4 04 Westbrook Nine Makes Twi Loop Debut Today Laffin s Sporting Goods Company of Westbrook will be- come the last of three new Portland Twilight League entrants to see action when it facps the star-studded Pallotta Oil club- in the 1 30 p m opener of toda> s loop bargain bill it the Oaks Century Tire s defending league champs., cur- rently tied with Pallotta Oil for the sunberth, opposes the C E. Noyes Tiremen in the afterpiece Tne Irish Gunning For Saints Today Cheverus has savpd up {or todav Its going to givp evpry- ih_ng i- sol m a baseball sense at tie St Louis High ball park afternoon at 2 p m Earlier -n t_re yea' St Louis High humb- led the local Irish 26 to 0 putting on tre pressure all the way Todav if Cheverus which occasionally come up with a MI yruxng game could catch the Bid- team overconfident it misK have last lauah It knocic St Loulx out of anv Te'eeram League chance laipossib'e'1 Remember what happened to the New York Giants Sag alter Bill Terry s crack Is Brooklyn still in the league' mav be just that boiled St Lou's of coursp is fa.ored bLm t coa d bp wilder than vou BASEBALL TICKETS For All Braves Night Games On Sale at GREYHOUND LINES BUS TERMINAL Comma Kaoare Maiat TraveJ BorCA Cccirm street DiaJ 2-6.VIT Uooble -eiened ten basesaj tne Terminal, urrn you i-T t made 10 dan ta-tizzt Get Tickets New for Gomes Played At 3nnm Field June I 2 4 10 Paprr City combine alp- pears to have picked a tartar lit its loop debut for the Pete Pom- pen Paul Peterson directed Oil- men ran roughshod over the D A Foeg Excavating Company nine last Sundaj Frank Archer who has nepn service with a great many teams In a gieat many leagues pro and otherwise is slated to chuck, for Joe Pallotta s hands this afternoon Dick Mar- tin former WeMbrook High mound are who turned in a no-hit no- lun mastPipicrp in Tvu play last will do the elbowing for Stan Laffin s club Joonny Gleason ex-S o u t h Portland High lefty who twirled Century win over C E NOYPS two works ago will probably to right bark tn thr hill In todav f, spconrl set to Manager Don Trefethen mav elect to do the pitching for the Noyesmen. him- self The league standing W Centurv Tire I Pallotta OH 1 Rav Diner l Yudvs Tire 1 Laffin s o D A Foeg o C E fl pectcd teache eral p often The into Maine for the first with a three-and-one-half hour fcJime and exhibition at the Deerfaig High courts this after- noon The program begins at 1 30 o clock and will b? held ram or ihine Todlay s activity sponsored by the Southwestern Maine Board of Women s Coaches and Officials is moie comprehensive than what loomel as a star-studded original cast Hill former Nations junioi champ'ion Joseph R Corish NELTA clinic committee chairman Winslow Mike Blancfiard National Tennis Um pires Association and Huber Hauck and Dick Means loca player; formed the first list an- nounced Since then Seymou Sonni' Hunter who held a. No 3 ranking in NE singles competi- tion fcnd H Corey Winn Har- vard University freshman tenni coach have been added Though theie will be some com- petition the sponsoring group i more interested in what is ex- to be valuable pointers for students and the gen- ublic Play will be halted or explanation of grips and and coaching technique piogram will .conclude with instructional tennis movies star- ring Ion Budge Olympia Cops Withers Mile Fred York, beaten Kentucky Derbv favorite six I Drne Hrttet of a )i but Aksel 21. (API Hooper's Olympia, the two ago a ing dimeback trxlas to fapturr the T4th running of Belmont Park' famed1 Withers Mile son of Heliopolis Miss Dolphin1 hung it on rive three- vcar- 4 Inch and was also of the Bethel schdol s record-smashing meo-ley relay Woirnen In Sptirts By Just a last minute reminder for tennis fans to drop around to Deering High School this afternoon for the tennis clinic and exhibition1 to be conducted by jthe Lawn Tennis Association (Clinic Committee The affair will be (jiven fot tennis coaches, faculty advi.sor.s In.structoi.s players of al} classes whether a beginner iritermediate or ad- vanced aind all those persons interested in advancing tennis Yew Baseball Loop Opens Today 1 Maine s newest semi-pro base- bkll league the Southwestern Conference will open its iijutial campaignl today with a pkir 2 p m tussles Scfarbo- lOuKhp entrant (nill meet IWest- bjooki leprrsenUitivc at tne Pa- pfr s Wai rcn League Gfound while South Portland play: tne Rdd Gun Club at South WinHha Field irt Five twilight gBmes n ing ng Tjwo more npxt S inni LTf Mhnd the vlom In e.dav .Wlndhim PI 'idav nt h Cla Sijnda Neaha Ccmnell D in.tt nd Pnrtiand AC at in the state The Southwestern Maine Boaid of Women CJuches and Officials which is spoifonng the affair will be a grand and women boys suggests that time for men and girls, to p ck up a great many pointers brufh up on modern technique of tennis insinuation and acquire [pointers on stroke production nml slialegy Don t forget) too that this Is a ram or shine affair with the clinic being Held in the Deering High gym in case of rain The Westbi'ook Junior College diamondrttes have one moie softball game'slated with Nasson College to wind up their four game scheduld The team de- "eated Rents Hill and lost to Deeimg High School and Uni- veisitj of New Hampshiie Cathedial High School opened its season this week The battery includes Jean Connolly as catche- and Joan Conroy Bernadette Jackson and Marv Mahoney as relief pitrheis Plavers air Tonn MrCnithv fust ba-ir- onci base Baibaia Huston, set- Mary Ann Flanlgan tliud base Mahoney short stop Conrov left field Barbara Blake center field and Jane Tanguav right fielder and manager Re- serves' are Eleanor Nev Alice Miller Ann Manning ad Caroline Black June 2 has, been set as the tentative date for the Cathedral sport dinner with awards Patkin Due Here Wedriesday Baseball Comedian Once With Cleveland Bill Scar trough Low In R verside Sweeps JBill Rjversi le Golf Course m rwo-un- dflr-pai s behind sweepstakes play Satur- ei; while 1- eiman Reil and Al St Clalr IT: had ml GeibPi was five stiokes for second gross Bob 82-70 for Hist net in pqsted ond In B lied Ixn Tujo Ml sland lamp1 eel c me dentical 83-72 cards for a net tie division Hebei Clevelanc R4 fni low Did r Vlllnr An urliu art J Max Patkip, considered by many the (zreatest clown in baseball will make his first appearance in Maine Wednes- day night when the Lynn team is m a regular New Sngland League game Patkm a contortionist as well as a former ball player broke into the side of the game that pro- quced Al Schjacht and Nick Altrock at Wiikes-Barre after in- unng himself while sliding As Patkm s comedy began ake with the fans the Cleveland ndians dropped by ..or an exhi- ition tfame adainst the Philadel- hia The Cleveland club Brown Wins: (Contlnuml from Paii> IH) Is Beaten 5y Providence ProvWenee. 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Mav 21 (AP) Providence Grajs outlasted ak of Prt 1 ftOO 1 DOO 500 .SOO 000 .000 .OltO Round Trip Fare to Boston rim. t 05 CRtYHOUND Stranahan (Continued from Page IB) where vou drive with your back to the sea a fence to keep the wind from blowing the balls off the tees was erected long ago The wind blew for three days here last year during the Irish Open cnampionship Britisher Dai Rees von it with 295 just under 74 stroke" a round That is how tough It can be Best American daikhorses ap- peared to be Clarke Hardwlcke of Los Angeles and Billy Campbell of Huntington W Va Dean of the American invasion Charles (Chick i Evans of Chi- cago who In his first Brit- isn Amateur championsnlp in 1911 He aid 36 holes todaj downing a glass of milk between rounds In the Spring a mans heart is full of hope said Chick who IK }9 ers v.hi put 13 men on the bases via on The Lvnn J 1102 51202nnn 9 2 Bat prl 1 Wixnom 9 and Pullano Balser 1 and G-lffln (li Dobs on: (Continued from Pace IB) the staids and on the field that season Since then fans have been kept off the field Hundreds of fans Doby r Rosen 3 Bfard r> p bGordon ?nn p l A PIIPI h D To aK Boston E Norn Boudreau ton 6 h 2 JAM-35961 Denver Utilversltv opens foot- ball season with Drake at Des Moines Sept 15 in a night game Tigers scoring a 10 to TV in a New England game tonight at Cranston he Lvi VICti ..eague tadium i There were 21 walks nd 19 hits in the three-hour ball ame Skeeter Webb homered for he Tigers Manager Prank 'wo thuds, of the meet but the self wis so entertained bv Max Rams hopes explied hen Bob antics that word was earned back to Bill Veeck and he immediately signed Patkin for work at Cletfe- land Of course ah act as individual as Patkin s cannot go on foievei in one spot so Max decided to hit out on the comedy tra arpund the an instant ountry cciess il He became was booked for three engagements m southf ern New England but with one open night hei agreed to terms to come to Portland he Gravs used four pitch- disappointed 'Und I Bn flh h 0 ilon r h n 4 0 n t 3 2 0 41231 4010 llZarllia r 20020 30011 Good an 'b 3 0 t> 8 30030 Tcbbe u c 3121 10000 Dobson p 3010 20102 0 IllUtt n 'f 0 Pf in 1b 4002 0 Wlllpa If 4 0 2 2 B r 4 Q 0 2 0 Doerr 2 4 q 1 0 HZarllla r 10000 6 0 000, 1 0 1 24 1 Total ndeo 11 4 1 11 10 for on Ip m uu Jor Hrean Ui 9th OOOOOOOO 10021000 3 ihen ard nifti HurdlfR RHV mnnd Broan 2 Carter InslHiur nl 3 Robrri Conn PC'lent 4 Robert Corn Rhode Inland Time 151 seconds (Oft )ard Dash Semi (Tirn to For Final) First 1 Carlos Y? lerlof Connrrtirui 2 Fran cu Mu 1 seronds Heat 1 William Brooks 2 Rlchnrd housf Bnoon I Third 1 1 William Go Id Holv Crrm Robrrt W Mr Time 10 Unal William Western n 2 Wllllim Gould Holy Crcm 3 Fftierlof Connecticut 4 Robert WvlJe 6 ond< EoiiaK meet, record but dlsal loupd because of wind i Low Semi (Two To QnahfT For Finbl) Firtt Heal 1 IP Carlrr Institute of TrrhnoIoK 2 Far I BrtKCF Boa rtoln Time 4 f, seroml Serfind Heal 1 I rrlli Drown 2 Keith Kl K Sprlnaflelri Heat 1 Frank Barrtriollar New irnfnD'.hlre 2 A bur BrnllhwaKe Bos tqn ft second-; Yard iW Final Rav rrond Lreth BrHwn 2 frink Barn do lar NPW 3 Keith KlnK RunrfcfleJrt Tarter "O Inril Srml filial- fll tulifv t i final Urii I am Rrooki tn hurl' Sp "1 Fnnk Barndnllar Hamp hjre Time M 8 bfconds Second hrat 1 William Gould Holy 2 M De 1 Lsoia Time 31 4 Final 1 William Gould Holy Cro s 2 W lliam Vnll A-mhernt 4 Al Dell e of inoliav f !me ''O   firm belief that they can given help which Davidson might be able to arrange w.itb a big leagup club Ikold their own -with at least four cities and perhaps more in the New England League Plans of course are well along for the piesent team including an opening on June 11 and games booked with Augusta Berlin Century Tire of Poitland Bostons Hoboes and others but plans could be abandoned quickly with the setup as it is in favor ol grabbing an opportunity when it is at hand Ben Jones, I widely-known banker, Bob St Hilaire, Franklili Prescott, Bernal Allen, cit> manager Art Legen- dre, Rajmond Mills and Phil Watson are among those un- derwriting the present plans hut, it is understood, though the team played In Auburn ind even under an Auburn such a baseball fan as Inited States Dis- trict Attorney Alton Lessard who tried desperately to get pro ball for Lewiston last vear would also get a group of backers from Lewiston to help the Auburn men finance the team. 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