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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              atM jtLT IMS PNAs Smother Rochester With 21Hit Attack Molock Pace GrahamMcGuire Stanislaus Whips Deals Swedes WinonaHittersFirst M MM WIWA csMrmtaiv wwa To Snatch Pec Wee League Lead Andy Green Pitches East Enders to 2nd Straight SM Win SOlTHEKV MINXZSOTA LEAGCE STANDINGS 3 WaHrea 7 t Albert lea 7 4 Atutln 6 5 Wlnona S 7 Faribaolt 4M 8 10 MEMS SOFTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS Graham t McGuire Swedes AHAraerlcuu Raddadl 1 Motor Watkins Kresre Dollar Store 0 Swedes AllAmericans dropped out of the lead position in the Mens league race for the first tine since the opening of secondhalf play TTX WEE LEAGUE STANDINGS stanblau I Afl MaalaiJptil VtUcr Service 2 Wtaom Police S I United ConunerdAl Travelers Veterani Foreirs Wars X J 8eUertBaldwta 8 Graham and McGolre 7 Stanislaus established itself as the undisputed leader of Phil Rookie Leads AllStar Ballot for cmon Each team was able to pick up only one hit during the fiveinning contest as Police Hurler Earl Bus well sparred with Bob Haake andj Chicago Richie Dave who came in as a rej spectacular rookie of the Phila iUakJLOl L7CUUUI lUljM I II National League Hrst 1948 NoHitter in the squeezed in their lone tally in theilead m tbe National leagues center Wee Wednesday Singles The winners counted their only thesalety m tne first single by their leadoff man Roger while BusweU singled for the the field battle of the nationwide base ball poll By Joe Associated Press Sports Writer Bob Lemons no runno hit masterpiece last night made a suc cessful prophet of Cleveland Owner Bill ptece to The 27yearold Indian or rewarded his boss Jalttl fay shutting out the Detroit Thomson of 20 allowing a sin who at the hands of Graham McGulre at Athletic Swedes held the lead at only one time during the that in the The Rochester whose 19481 top half of the second inning when Southern Minnesota league camj they pushed over two runs before paign has been marked by one unGraham McGuire launched a broken succession of suffourrun drive in the bottom of the fercd their greatest humiliation in same stanza to take a lead from ten engagements Wednesday They accepted a 200 defeat at the hands of the Winona PNAs before a crowd of nearly at Gabrych Its latest setback left the Aces mired in the league cellar with ten The PNAs used the which it was never final inning to turn back United Commercial Stievang led off with a i stole second and came home on an York passed his rival eamertag 608398 vote was runnerup with Going into the last of the infield the Travelers had run up a com Haake struck out manding 84 advantage but and j Stans salvaged the triumph when Graham and mean t it went through its batting order j was going down to its seventh Allstar balloting headquarters gle The Lemons llth of the season and his fifth did more than increase the Tribes first place American league margin over the Philadelphia Athletics to a game and a It further solidified his as the Closed Season on Ducks Threat Posed Wisconsin possibility of a continentwide closed season on ducks is not as remote as it might Clarence Wisconsin who recently was elected vice J president of the International told of a tried his hand at infielder half pitching triumph for Bob Stef fes who handcuffed the AllAmeri cans with four Rich Bell start ed on the mound for Swedes but was pulled in the fourth after giving up six runs and seven of the nine 11 Its and four Bill Glowczewski struck out tent Stans baiters and allowed Hi the The defeat of the hands of Six Walks winners all but iced the is being con 452 radio magazines in 47 states I great Bob and the District of Columbia will It was in September of 1946 that decide the starting lineups for the I Veeck told this writer that Lemon 15tb annual allstar baseball day will become the best hits while Ray Szewell started forgame in the first inning when they the winners and was tagged for j capitalized on four runs before Reliefer Don Mei error to score Elmury came six walks nine runs and an on two j at Louis July Ted Williams still led the indivld pitcher in the American That was tremendous praise for a lad who had yet to pitch his firs mlle canoe on Delta marsh at the south end of Lake the chief breeding ground of canvas There were eight of us making the he and we only counted 351 It is estimated that there are not more than 75 canvas backs on Delta The view from the Searles showed us the marsh is definitely carrying a low popula of victory to boost themselves into ahits the winners Earl fifthplace spot in the league stand ings only one game out of the nrs Mankato continued to set the pace for the eightteam loop after last nights midweek round in which i powered its way over fourthplace on the latters Wednesdays play represented clean sweep of victories for other flrst division teams with Waseca reinforcing its claim for a share in the runnerup spot with an llr drubbing of Albert Lea the other secondplace came from behind to edge 76 The PNAs lost no time In run ning up a decisive lead over the Aces Wednesday night as they ex ploded for four runs in the first inning and raked the visitors with fiverun bursts in each of the suc ceeding two Only In the fourth and eighth innings were the East Enders tired without Of the 13 men Manager Ches Wieczorek pour ed onto the only one failed to come through with a Green was In command from utart to finish as he went the route for the Some alert fielding by the Wlnona infield aided him in the Two runs were cut off at home plate while the third Aces1 player to reach third base was left stranded in the ninth Inning when the PNAs retired the visitors after bases had been Max Molock sparked the 21hlt PNA attack with five In cluding a firstinning in six trips to the Five other wi nonans collected two One of the longest hits seen at Gabrych park was counted by Wie czorek who lofted a tremendous home run smash that went soaring over the left centerfleld near ly 350 feet Jrom the His with Qulnn on accounted for two runs during the PNAs fiverun drive In the third inning and was counted at the expense of Lefty Jim Sullivan who had just come into the game ae relief for starter Ed Molock Doubles Timm was in trouble Immediately after the beginning of the game as Jim Wanner led off with a walk and crossed the plate on Molocks double that rolled under the left field Timm managed to r Kreuzer was sent in to halt the drive and was nicked for one run and three hits in the remaining three The longest hit of the game was pounded out by Tom Baab who pushed out a home run for Graham McGuire in the fourth In dividual batting honors went to Gile Pike who boasted three includ ing a in as many official times at Bill Corchran had two for two for Graham McGuire and Bob credited with a double and a sparked the Swedes it Graham McGuire opened the scoring with one run in the first in ning but lost the advantage when he AllAmericans counted twice in the Graham McGuire virtually clinched the victory with a fourrun splurge in the second and added single markers in the third and fourth while the AllAmericans were closing out their scoring with one run in the Spencer turned in one of defensive performances of the game when he handled ten as1 sists without an error at third Get Three Hits hits and completed the rout with i three more in the jual vote getters race with Stan Musial of the Louis Card was second with Joe let alone the For Wabasha Softball Lead WABASHA CITY SOFTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS Nick and 2 S 3 Citv Cab S 5 Electric 1 and Johnnies rolled over the Wa He said the group also surveyed compete zarTe in last night in the pothole area of Minnesota in complete game in organized oase Htn nf NIWVOTL JDi New York was Jim Small and Larry Wieczorek Charles Wally stopped Graham each pounded out three hits for I and McGuire with three two Stans and Rich Gabrych attack with Stans and Rich Gabrych paced the less than were allowed by Jerry a pair oi i Schernecker who pitched the entire j game for the In one of the seasons tightest Dennis Severson cracked out Although yesterdays effort was turned in pitching Winona Police re pair of singles fcr Seifert and Bob bounded from two straight seti Thaldorfs thirdinning double for to edge Mississippi Valley Graham and McGuire was the only Public Service i extrabase hit of the Grid Yanks Have Red Men Protect Loops Leading Runner New York The 1948 ver ion of the New York football Yankees will present the passing est passer in the AllAmerica con ference along with the running est The passer is Wilson Bud Lawson Little Leads Yanks in British Open cas off to a scrambling must show plenty of improve ment today if theyre to have a chance for the British Open golf All nine of the United States hopes ran into stretches of erratic on the putting greens in the first 18hole tour of the 72hole medal Lawson Little turned in the top American three strokes back of the Brooklyn Recalls Campanella From Paul Farm Brooklyn floundering rushing department In the circuit for two who shares collegiate records for passes attempted and yards wrote new conference marks last year with 327 pass at 29yearsold and attended Washing ton The Yankees sent Guard Dick Barwegan to Baltimore in the Junior Beat Union 32 JUNIOR LEAGUE STANDINGS Red Men 4 n Hot Fish shop i Union Clnb 1 3 American Lee ion 3 Dan Schulz turned in a three hit pitching performance and held off a lateinning TJnion Club rally to give his Red Men team its fourth straight Junior league of the Wednesday night at Athletic The ieagueleaders held the lead throughout the game after scoring once in each of the second and fifth innings although Union Club threatened seriously to shade Gales Erase Holmen Lead to 65 ville edged last night in a game under the Galesville two a passed ball and a single netted two Schulz struck out five batters while Jerry Snyder went the dis tance for Union Club and gave up six hits and four walks and fanned Giel opened the Red Men scor first inning when he a stole second and came home on ing in the rapped out and third Schulz base The winners sec ond tally came in the second frame when two walks and singles by Evan Davies and Walt Ayotte pro duced another After two scoreless the Red Men with two runs which scored on sin les by Monson and Sol berg and an In the third Holmen added another marker when Nelson and Martin hit successive Galesville came back in their half mi of the fourth inning to push across scoring efforts as Wieczorekfarm m an went to third on blood tato bers single which scored and both he and Schretber crossed EodSer Manager the plate when Brooklyn Dodgers have plucked two M me Iourtn mmng to push across players out of their far flungfive runs and gain a lead which they to Pump never sputtering Leo Dnrocher i in the The runs scored on hit batter and a base added another run when Gamoke announced following the Brooksimoved to second on Windy Ekerns and raced home on Don AB 5 6 S 5 1 The summary Wlnona PNA 20 S3 c Ib rf T if 3b 3b 3b cl c p Totals Rochester 0 AB R H 4 0 0 rt 3 o 1 0 1 U 1 0 1 c 0 0 l o 0 rf 4 0 cl 4 0 1 3b 0 o o p 3 0 0 c 3 0 1 4 0 straight loss yesterday that Negro Catcher Roy Campanella and B H E j Outfielder George Shotgun Shufaa oiare on their way to Holmen scored one in the fifth I when Nelson stole sec Campanella was recalled from ond reached third on an of the American Association and scored when Martin reached oand Shuba was purchased from the on an In the ninth Dodgers Mobile Southern Associai Eolmen made a last effort to over J tion 1 come the one run Nelson o Campanella will be the Dodgers got one on an made second 2 understudying Bruce on passed ball and scored on J Lake Playground Nine E Wins Second Victory The Lake playground baseball Nelsons Leading hitter for Holmen was scored its second straight otory of the season at the Lake park J diamond Wednesday when it turned jback Athletic Nelson with four for Hit ting honors for Galesville went to Windy Ekern who had two winning run on an passed ball and Miners There were no extrabase and no batter collected more than one Doxie Moore NBL Head Des Moines Gets Franchise form er Purdue was elected president of the National Basket ball league Des was granted a league fran Moore succeeds Ward Lambert as the circuits The new presi dent managed and coached the She boygan Redskins the last two sea A new coach for Sheboygan was not a Wabasha City league vicinity of the city of and added Indications and Johnnies had 21 hitsjpoint to a somewhat lower popula Electrics connected for 12 tion of nesting ducks than a year this permd ony four hits in each of his four pre game vious He has pitched 12 i the Electrics contributed complete the mast of any and struck out 11 and ten Leading hitter for Nick s was Ervin The 11 errors committed by to their men in two previous Burkhardt who had four for Two reasons for the low popula he are that some areas have been heavily flooded while oth er areas have suffered from We dont know where these ducks Onlv on two occasionswas hisincluding a Francis Suilmanj have gone We havent been able The first scareihit four for Bill Noll three for came in the fourth inning when j four and Earl Schnell three for six Leftfielder Dale Mitchell made an j for Nick and amazing onehanded leaping catch For the Harold Miller of George Kells long drive that i had four for Bob Wise had three looked like a certain extra base i for four and Harold Passe connected The other came in the fifth when j three out of five times he was at Ken Keltner went deep behind third j A girls Softball league has been base to nip Hoot Evers on a slow organized in Wabasha and the flrst game will be played Spon Both Cleveland runs came in theisors of the teams have not been de first and were jcided upon A general meeting Only three Detroit runners reach will be held Friday at to as not ed all on It was the first j select Des which will be operatmajorleague nohitter of the 481 ed by Pinkie veteran Iowa sports joins majorleague Jack Kramer posted his seventh and the TriCities in the win in pitching the Boston Red western The eastern secjsox to a 73 triumph over the New tor includes Deiyork Junior Stephens and Saints Split Millers Win By The Associated Press drove in five runs with two including his 14th Ted Wtl Hams got a single in five times at bat to extend his consecutive hitting streak through 16 At the Chicago jrun by Paul Lehner spelled the dif Finish llth and Still Qualify Olympic Milwaukee W Finish llth in the Browns nipped Ian individual event and still qualify hicago White Sox A homefor final Olympic track trials youll say emphatically but It can happen here Bias Kansas Citys 32j The Boston Braves moved a game I this yearold utility defeated I and a half ahead of the Louis Its all because the national Indianapolis almost single handed Cardinals in the National league I outdoor track and field last batting in seven runs on race by downing the New York I championships tomorrow and Sat two successive homers to lead as the Cardinals wereurday at Marquette stadium also are Blues to an 11 to 7 win over the whipped again by the Chicago Cubs semifinal Olympic Six men gi Bm held I will qualify in each of 17 senior dl his former mates to seven i vision events for the final trials at Pounding four Brooklyn next The Brewers protected I for 12 hits and getting 12 the What complicates matters is that their position by winning Phillies walloped theabout 60 of the contestants already nightcap of a double header fromDodgers at Ebbets Thehave as many as five ins 9 to after bowing to j victory cost the Phils the servicesthree They made the grade the Red 3 to 1 in the Pitcher Dutch Leonard who was1 the meet at In other American association j struck on the head by a pitched balllal50 an Olympics Paul and Toledo divided I by Harry Taylor and was carried So what happens if they qualify firstplace The defeat shaved Indianapolis lead over runnerup Milwaukee to a The Mud Hens blanked the i from the Xrays disclosed 3 to in the seveninning opener and Paul walloped Toj scheduled game between the edo 18 to 4 in the second Senators and Athletics was post At Minneapolis edged I by Pitsburgh and Cin SPORTS ROUNDUP By Hugh The and Paul SECOND GAMS 002 037 modern version of commencement day seems to be that it is the time when college and high School ball players pick up a contract in stead of a diploma In the past few days about half the regu lars who played in last weeks World Series have been signed by ooo 030 professional most of them getting good bonuses The stars who were eliminated in the Milwaukee out the Colonels 2 to 1 in 10 cinnati were not who had trials with Cleveland in 1937 and again in hit his threerun Boston the fifth inning when dianapolis was leading Kansas and Berra 2 to He put the Blues ahead to ti a grandslam blow in the FIRST GAME Paul 000 000 6 1 In the first place they because 12 men are needed for each event at That means lot of men who finish tech nically out of the money can go again if theyre in an event monopolized by qualified collegians every one on the program has at least two such men The high Jump and 400 Toledo 200 100 3 i Ross and Anderaon JohnsonBoston 002 100 OOx3 HeEani meter hurdles are the three with five qualified collegians in the 5 SI including the If all Swiiufive repeat the seventh to llth to locate Accompanying Searles on the aerial survey were Professor Fred Schmeekle of Central State Teach ers Stevens and John of represent ing the Wisconsin Conservation con In spite of the fact that the provinces had a bag limit of seven birds per the perhunter take In the area on Lake Winnepogis was only birds per day during checking period of approximately former chairman of the Wisconsin Conservation con Wolverine Golfer in 1st Round Win Palo defending Dave Barclay and an imposing array of chal lengers today began the second round of the national Collegiate Golf tournament at Stanford uni who rode through his initial 18 with an easy five and three squared off with Palmer liawrence of North Texas State col Lawrence turned in an even performance while beating James Boyle of the University of New two and What shaped up as the feature match brought together California Amateur Champion Bob Gardner of of California at Loi ou Stafford of Ore a national semiflnal ist last hewed to par figures while turning back steady Harry Ernst of Boston college three and two in the first Ths Ore gon in moved into actlon as the mild favorite over in spite of the latters known links skill which won him the state crown last Chicago 000 010 8 will ffpt tn TlSan LOUIS 010 s Jilmlsners tiocets to fivan Gettel and Robinson Banlord and Moss Nationali ucue Take the for instance New York 000 001 Fortune Gordien of Minnesota won on his home 14 Toledo 020 200 7 2 and Campanella 3ckhaus and early rounds of oHs signed up the NCAA earlier and play school graduations have been signal for rush of scouts Milwaukee WrlBht FIRST CAME I 010 000 Eeven innings i Jones and Coope i11 on ms nome grounds with a flip wile and iof 164 feet 6 inches and Is almost Louls mwi oooi 8 ijsure to He was in Papal Vic George Haainer and Kadera of Texas A Rolto Philadelphia 033 600 Brooklyn 0 Dublel and Semlnlck Pallca and CincinnatiPittsburgh open 003 000 010 12 Columbus 100 000 201 12 EpperJy aad Burris Batteries for Holmen were Nel prize is John high school whi who was grabbed by the Braves The Phillies have been handing outj high and the Kansas City 000 035 I Johns high SChOOl i Mtaneapo hv thff Rravps Louisville is i3011 and RusseU Ihoreson at a rate inspired the ing and Olson Ekern Bulletins Don Donaghey to sug jtchd for and Pu L 000 001 000 000 010 000 I ten innings Ftscher and Warren Pyie and 7 10 Craig Currier went the distance j for Galesville and Pug Lundjgest that if the wealthy carpenters kver get tired of running the anyone the rookies can form a syndicate and for Lake and Bob Michalski charged with the Art Severson said that league tilt wanw a game under the lights buy the Bast center edged East playground lmUl should get in behind the pitching of at GalesvIUe PNA 455 031 i Bill Glow was on the mound 1 for the losers Athletic CluB Legion Nine to Play Today at Rochester The American Legion junior club with their bonus basebaH team journeys to Roches il Pet 3S 38 City 30 44 Little Ben Favored in Motor City Open Detroit biggest little man in golf methodical i Eogan of who wears both the National Open and led a field of 120 of thej nations topranking linksmen intoi the opening round of the first Motor City open championship to 35 day at Meadowbrook Country 5 cmeiaiu top money man of the summer loomed squarely as the man to beat as 92 pros and 2S low handicap amateurs set out Detroit the initial 18hole round of the York ss is su touij 24 so hole stroke play scramble over Meai K cnicato is 10 dowbrooks hilly par 351 YZSTEKDATS RESULTS 3671 j American AMoclition At stake in the fourday Columbus Milwaukee eighteen holes each is in to the Drubs Federal 113 MIDGET LEAGUE STANDINGS aw American Marif old Dairies Peerless Chains Athletic Clnb Babs AllAmericans Merchants Bank Federal Bread National Sartafj First National Bank cte Pet Grounds for Devorece Hughie Bonaventure football risked a golf match the other day with Basketball Coach Eddie an effervescent character who swings left handed Athletic Club moved up to within game of secondplace Peerless Chains in the Midget league stand I ings Wednesday by virtue of its 113 i victory over Federal and carries on a running conver sation with himself or anyone witiiin hearing while he plays After wards Hughie was moaning to the golf Bobby that Milko vich had me batting crosshanded before we reached the third Replied Peters I Eddie snrake took some lessons from When I Drew got I had to take three myself and to the ter for a game with the Rochester Legion team today at 6 Olympic Rowing Tryouts Dogfight Prather of Kansas Woodsln Linn of San Jose State and Mel Sheehan of All but ther are Willie Pep Gets Honolulu Bid WVAn offer to Feath wnn for their final workout before the I Olympic tryouts with Beat Yale I erweight Champion Willie Pep title for of to Wednesday on behalf Ha wartan slogans painted on their odies inj purple I But the Tigers really meant it and the Cornell crew had similar j As a 1 Sandy Saddler of New by a split tenround de offer was forwarded to the v 1 featherweight champion at Hart by Promoter Expected to pace the hardhitting oared crew to represent the United Leavitt said he also was trying to at London now shapes up asllme UP three other foes Ior Bosa is team a real dogfight ranked 4 by the if Pep Last Night 137 The Aooeiated Loi stopped George Oak CZIvic Pittj and ONeill but exact weights unavail New Tork Jerome Stadium Kid San and Vlnce Tur MAJOR LEAGUE American League Batllne Bcu Buns 70 New New Si Hits 82 and Bou S Home It 17 Stolen 13 Dlil 72 New 83 Jit 73 National Runs batted W 9 18 and New Dreas currently leading his with a scorching Not far behind him is Evan Davies with Two western entries Washington Declines the The others are and still look verv good jIackie Char Ibut theyre scheduled to clash in IUe and Harold 15 OneMinute Sport Paje 17 Although theres a lot Of McShane 9 jabout sprint and ip Other team members hitting over j the semifinals tomorrow and one 300 are Don Kennethjwill be Princeton and Bill Paul Gielj Cornell also made the semifinals in and Prank yesterdays series of recordsmashj American Legion junior baseballing performances on placid Ttxlay tlle seven crews that were will get their second l Winners of these three trials also will qualify for three semifinal l heats Three survivors i 333 then will clash in the final Saturj j day Leavitt said he also was trying to 22 Stolen 11 Strikeouts 7f New 71 and Pino 83 Greater Endurance batting averages AE 4 12 Eran Davies 17 it ji15011 Saiith 8 Still find Kenneth KropidloTtsW 8 Bl Merer 14 Paul Glel BASEBALL July 3 SCHLITZ BOMBERS of Crooe NODINE NINE Game at 2 game 10 Toledo Pan Kansas city Indianapolis Minneapolis Louisville 1 UO National League Philadelphia Brooklyn Chicago Louis Boston New York 1 American Leafae Cleveland Detroit Boston New York Loaij Chicago Wasnlngton at postponed i second sid was the victim ofcrews around the boathouse threerun surges by Athletic Club in i the Olympic rowing candidates j SaTi ithe first and third Commodore Buck iJta GWTJ lAhrens took over the mound duties H 3 6 7 3 3 S 5 1 4 3 1 1 2 0 0 Instant respon for the Breads in the fifth Navys veteran wont partici Says Buck All the ior tne ereaos m me nrtn inning says Buck All the i after Rich Ginther had led off withlcrews that have won the Olympics j CI a tuple and save up two runs before in the past have been so outstanding Team average 43 gl Girls Softball Postponed The Stotts JGirls league Softball schedj 307Juled for play tonight at Lake has been I scoring bids of the TOMORROWS SCHEDULE American Association at Toledo Kansas CUT ul at r r short jsculls trials may wind i Bob Prondanskl went the route lone heat jfor Athletic club and pitched twoja couple of hit ball until the fifth inning when count ithe Midget Baseball Friday Gabrych Park 9 Club Peerless up as AllAmericans i fphla at and Bill brated i and snow at the sponsorj Merchants Jed by the Goodwill group headed by I Mens Softball Tonight j Police Chief William the Kresgef will be open to 60 j Dollar Gabrych j to Smfftt uni FnH Jewrltd PowcrlMad circs 700 cztn of Giro instant reopome a crawl to 810 per Expertly women ttd children handle it nfclyCotwerra York at Brooklyn at Phila lidelphia Chicago at Pittsburgh Louis 1 at tcure for golf The jumps will be made from i 8 ilcGuire ja 40foot slide atop an 80foot Athletic GATE CITY MOTOR 65 Fourth Street   

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