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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1947, Winona, Minnesota w EATHER cooler tonlfhl Full Leased Wire News Report of The Associated Press. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations y our Newspaper Serves Freedom by Serving You VOLUME 47. NO. 195 WINONA, MINNESOTA, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 6, 1947 FIVE CENTS PER COPY SIXTEEN PAGE Yankees Beat Dodgers, 5-2, for Title Bums Can't Turn Trick Fourth Time Shea Knocked Out in Second Inning of Game Yankr? Stadium New York grabbed the seventh and deciding came of the World scries today downing the Brooklyn Dodgers, to 2, before about Play by Play Story of Game FMWT I.V.VI.VO jUiinky punched 11 MnKlr Into right nr'.ti, on firm pitch to Htaiifcy c mi K he (if fjijinff on i throw from A. KoljtnsOn to ittlrnwlfiji who wnlkrd on u J, HoblnJion to th't futouL. ttirrn and two pilch, )If-nrlch who made rv rntrh. Hrcsc ftLso was cuuffht Robinson to Kizzuta, who made the cui NO runs, one hit. no nonn left. Tmnkrri; HtlrnwriHs lifted to Walker In nhort ITfld, irermanrtkt cfirrte In font TO iirnrlch'n Hy in nhort Irtt. J. ftob- Mlppcd Iternrn icrountlar hut recovered In time to tosp underhand- ed.'? in Qrnifk' who covered flmt for tho r.ui. No runs, no ulw, no nono left. SKCOND INNING "Walker swunu at Urst pitch nnd foulrd to McQulnn who made the catch In the flrit buna coach'J box. Mrrmjtnukl smashed a linn drive which hit th" rluht Held wiilt on onco hounco nnd Mclppcd Jlerra enabling Hernlim- trk! Hi nwifcn u three-lmtftfer. ttdwardfi ruffed a jlnnle Inalde tho third banollno noorlnc Herm.in5kl, I'Mrlllo drilled u Ele the mound cut Into center Hold, stopping nt second. 8hcn wan re- righthander. ____ rule double iklppc'd Into the rlnht flold ntandfl F.dwuran and nendlnK Furlllo to 1JI11 Bevens, lined cround TODAY'S SCORE BY INNINQS Dodgers Yankees i 0 0 3 2 1 3 0 0 4 0 2 5 0 0 o 0 1 7 0 1 10 0 0 0 11 12 R. 2 5 H. 7 7 E. 0 0 Russ Organize 9 Nations Into New International Comintern Will Fight America's 'Imperialism' By Thomas P. Whitney MOMCOW Leaders of a no communist international organiza tion linking tho Communist partle of nine European nations ralllci their followers today for a no com promise fight against what thej described as United States "1m pcriallsm." Formation of the new organiza first such group to bi supported by the Russians slnci ,hcy declared the Comintern dead n disclosed yesterday in statement Issued in its name. In effect, the statement served notice of the communists' intention o wreck, If possible, the Marshall plan for European aid and the Tru- man doctrine to combat totall- arlanlsm. It proclaimed that the vorld has been divided Into two by the Soviet union and the United called upon European communists to de- end the "national sovereignty of heir peoples against U. S. aggres- bounced to lllzzuto who wf.iiwd to A. Iloblnjon cntchlnc Furlllo nt p'.atr. Gregg reached flrit on tho rlrldr.-'s choice und Jorcenscn Just miido IS tharformauon "oTthe nizzuto who cnuitht the bail behind third (national organization was completed TWO runs, jour nivs. no a hitherto unheralded meeting Nlne Attend Pravda, communist organ, sale fir in rttad crnter. OrtKB whipped ovor two strlkrx, then wn.lkod McQulnn, 8tnnky toot Dl crx, then i >hort r hlnh pop, A Itoblnaon walked mov- !nc McQulnn to necond. bounced ftlnKlft on" Joruerjsen'it Klovo Juft Innldo the third baseline. McQulnn flooring and A. Hc.bln.ion Kolnr to sec called out on strikes, no errors, two left. T11IKD Sevens needed only thr pitches to strike out npese. After hi tine a line foul Into the lot: Held vr.ich mluoil belitK home run by feet, J. rtobiniton ultto want Jtvlpelng. Walker walked. '.mcd tho pitch directly Into the riand of johiuon. No runs, no hlla, no error on- left. stlrnvrlaa -walked on Jou pitches. Henrlch sent u hlKh fly to Walk e.- In ihort rlKht. Jlerra fllod to yurll In straight center. Dl Mnnitlo filed to Her in medium left. No no hits no errors, one left, POUilTn IS'NING Dodceei: Edward! smashed a wlclce erounder through Johnson's legs Into lo !or ft ilncle. rurlllo popoed to Stlrnwels behind second base. Stlrnwolss raced In! ihort riznt field for Jorgcnaen't nigh po Inside the Joul line. dregs bounced ou Rtlrwelsa to McQutnn. No runs, one hi no errors, one left. McQulnn called out strikes. Johnson walked. A Robinson i railed out on strikes, nlcruto singled Irrt Kendlntf Johnson to second. llobb Ilrown. a lefthanded hitter, batted Ilrvcni mown a dourtlo to lit scormB Johnson with tho tylnit run an Hemline RUzuto to third. It Win nrown' Uilrrt plnr.h safety or the serloii to tie th record of three pinch hits mudn by Ko O'Dra with the Cubs and Cardinals. Han Jiehrman. n ricnttuuider, replaced Oroii on the mound tor the DodBers. Stlrn wpiM walked on four pitches to Jill th biLjev Henrlch slnelefl sharply to rltth i-rorlne Klzxuto with nrown Kolnic to thlrt uncJ to second and the base remained loaded. J. Uobtnson made i tolendid ploved-hand stop of Ilfimi's hop to his rlKht and threw underhand t llrhrman who covered first for the out When oreKfr was knocked out of the box 1! murKert the seventh stralBht time tha t.'ir DodKcr startlnn pitcher failed to KO i he rouwi. Two runs, three hits, no errors three left. r'U'Tll JNNIXO Joe I'aite took over thn pitch, ins for tho Stunkv bounced out SUmwrlM to McQulnn. Herriv cauKhi Reene's fly In rtttht-ccnter field. J. Hob Inson lined to In deep left. No runs, no hits, no errors, nono loft. Yankees: After fouling off a pitch hlKl Into the left fleld to tea lir.e, Ol Macelo walked. MoQulnn late down a sacrifice, bunt toward third am vim thrown out. Jorcensen to Stanky who tnverert first, fitanky threw out Johnson W Miiuin movlnu to 'thlnl, A Jtoblnson filed to Walker who tnudi' the catch it :rw feet In front of the rluht field boxen to the foul line. No runs, no him, no
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