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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1950, Winona, Minnesota                              SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1950 THE WINONA REPUBLICAN-HERALD, WINONA, MINNESOTA 39 Games Rollinsstone, Alma Meet f or H-V Wins Feature game among 39 contests on schedule Sunday in the Winona area will be played at Rollingstone Sunday afternoon when the RolUng- battle the Alma Rivermen for the Hiawatha Valley league lead. c Rollingstone rolled to a 5-0 league record and then dropped a iz-b exhibition game to Plalnview Wednesday night. Tftat doesn't figure in loop standings, however. Alma won twice this week over St. Charles, 8-1, and Winona Braves, 5-1, to boost the Eivermen mark to 5-0, also. As a result, win- ner of Sunday's game grabs undis- puted leadership. Whitehall, new leader of the Trempealeau County league, en- tertains Galesville Sunday while Pigeon Falls Is at Blair. Pigeon Falls, however, isn't accepting Thursday's 7-3 loss until the two teams play the last of the ninth inning which was called by fof. Pigeon didn't get last bits mnd has asked league offi- cials for a ruling. KeUogg's Wabasha County league leaders play host to Oak Center Sunday with second-place Elgin meeting Mantorville. Harmony meets Lanesboro in the Flllmore county league, while the No. 1 club, Spring Valley, is host to Spring- Grove. A Valley defeat and Harmony win would knot first place. The schedule for next week is as follows: SUNDAY HIAWATHA VALLEY: St. Charles at Wi- nona Alma at Plalnview at Wabasha Lake city at Lawiston SOUTHERN MINNESOTA: Wlnoaa (Chiefs! at Rochester. Albert Lea at Aus- tin, Waseca at Owatonna, Farlbault at ManVato. TBEMPEALEAU COUNTY: aalesvil'.e at Whitehall, Pigeon Falls Blair, Osseo at Strum, Independence at Trempealeau, Ettrlek at Arcadia. WABASHA COUNTY: Oalt Center at Kellogg, ZyoU at Hammond, Msntorvllle at Elgin, Millville at Zumbro Palls. ROOT RIVER: winnebago at Caledo- nia. Blaettiammer at Nodlne. Houston at Holcah, Eltzen at La Crescent. WINONA COUNTY: Rushford (Bombers) Altura, Winona (Rockets) at Lamollle. MlnnMoU City at Wyattvllle, Hart at Wllaon. FTLLMORJt COUNTY: Mabel at Pres- ton. Harmony at J.nnwtxiro. Spring Grove it Spring Valles', Rushford at Canton. SOUTH BORDER: Chatfleld at Grand Meadow. Adams at Lc Roy. Stewartvllle at Haylield, Lyle at Austin PASTIME: Waumandee at Bohrl's Val- Mondovl at Cachrane, Modena at Cream at Ume. JACKSON COUNTY: Hilton at A wrnnebago at Taylor. TUESDAY SOUTHERN MINNESOTA: Qwatonna at Rochester at Albert Austin, Mankato at ____ TRKUPXAUCAU COUNTY: Arcadia at Tnmpealeau at Pigeon palU HIAWATHA VALLEY: Bolllngitone at St. Charles. WEDNESDAY TREMPIALEAU COUNTY: Strum at Oalesvllli. Whitehall at Blair. HIAWATHA VALLEY: Lake City at Wa- kaihk. THURSDAY MINNESOTA: Albert Lea at Winona. Mantato at Owatonna. Austin at Wastes at Farlbault. TREMPEALEATJ COUNTY: E'.trlct at HIAWATHA VALLEY: Alma at Lake City. Jim Fuchs of Yale broke the NCAA shot record Friday in Minneapolis when he put the iron ball out 56 feet, "Hi inches. Fuchs, who set a new world's record earlier this year, is shooting for a 60-foot per- formance. If he does it, he will be the first in history to do so. Otis Chandler of Stan- ford also broke the NCAA rec- ord Friday. Knitting Nine, Watkins Cop Morcomb Flips No-Hitter in Pee Wee Win CITY SOFTBALL W. L. Pei. 1.000 .SOO .400 .833 .200 Team W.tkinj 6 0 Hxldad'i 3 3 Happy Hour 1 3 Wlnona Knittrr, 2 4 Graham MeCaire.. 5 4 RESULTS FRIDAY Knitters 6, HaddatTs 2. Watklits 14, Happy Hour 2, The Winona Knitters registered their second Softball win of the' season Friday night by spilling Haddad's, 6-2, at Athletic park. Don Rand pitched seven hit-ball lor the Knitters as his mates col- lected eight blows off Bob Thur- Jey. Don Pellowski and Chuck Wegman rapped a double and triple for the winners with Euswell of Haddad's hitting a two-bagger. Don Smith had a perfect three for three for the Knitters with Walt Ayotte getting two singles in four tries for the losers. R H E Knitters 022 200 C 8 5 Haddad's 020 000 2 "1 3 Batteries: Knitters, Rand and PeHowski: Haddad's, Thurley and Bowen, WATKINS uTHAPPY HOUR 9 With Stan Knopick allowing only three hits, Watkins rolled to its sixth straight City league Softball victory Friday night at Gahrych park by disposing of Happy Hour, 14-2. Only hits off Knopick were double by Harvey Stever and sin- PEE WEE LEAGUE w. t. Pet. 0 l.flOO 0 1.000 1 .500 1 .500 1 .500 1 .500 .000 Team St. SUn'i ............2 Winona Polite........- Nerllle'i .............1 V. F. W.............. I Graham McGnire. .1 J M. V. P. S...........1 1 Seirert-BaUwin U, C T..............1 BESTJLTS FRIDAY Winona Police 10. U.C.T. 0. Graham is McGulre 8. SeJert-Bald- wln 3. M.V.P.S. 14, V.F-W. St. Stan's 9. Neville's 8. Roger Morcomb of Winona Po- lice pitched the second no-hit game of toe season in the Pee Wee league as his mates white- washed United Commercial Travel- ers, 10-2, at Gabrych park Friday morning. Morcomb whiffed 14 batters but walked eight, Tom Heiting's triple led a 10-hit attack on Ken Plein. Jan Jennison scattered three hits but his Seifert-Baldwin team fell to Graham and Mc- Gnlre, 6-3. He fanned seven. Wendell Larson and Ben Czap- lewski hit triples and Jerome Miller a double. Though held to seven singles, M. V. P. S. routed the V. F. W., 14-6, as a result ol 10 walks off Keith Smelser, John Johnson homered for the losers. Jack Grupa pitched five hit-ball for St. Stan's in a 9-8 win over Neville's. His mates got six hits off Robert Prudoehl who pitched a _ v. no-hit, no-run game earlier this gles fay Joe Loshek and Ralph and Don Meiers C2ek- _ socked homers foor the losers while Watkins tagged Paul Plait, Jr., for nine hits. Tom Riska and Rich Schreiber hit a double and single each. Clem Rozek a double and Bob! Nelson a double and single. st stan-s WatMns.............. 9 1 Happy Hour 000 020 2 3 5 Batteries: WatKins. Knopick: and Nel- son; Hnppy Hour. Plait and Stever, Tom Kukowski of St. Stan's bagged a triple. summaries: Neville's B B F 202 9 6 322 8 5 Lewies Sock Saints, 13-0 Lewiston, With Bob (Daddy) Stark hurling two-hit ball, Lewiston smothered St. Charles, 13 to 0, in a Hiawatha Val-' ley league make-up game Friday night. It was the second triumph in two days for the Lewies, who had beaten Plainview the previous night, 21 to 2. The home club smashed out 17 hits to back up Stark's brilliant throwing. The T.C. righthander! fanned 13. Bob Stevens get both of the singles for the Saints. For the winners, Jim O'Brien had three hits. Harland Kirkeby and Bernie Kennedy both connected, for a single and double. Sunday the Lewies entertain Lake City In another league tilt. St Charles R H E 000 000 000 027 Lewiston 002 401 17 2 Batteries: St. Charles, Kuntz and Ander- son: Lewiston, Stark and Laufenberger. What's Doing Around Winona BASEBALL SATURDAY: Winona Chiefi vs. Black River Falls, 8 p, m., Gabrych park. SUNDAY: (June Winona Chiefs at Rochester, 8 p. m.; St. Charles at Winona Braves, Athletic park; Winona Rockets at Lamoille, Z p. m.; Harlem Globetrotters vs. Brooklyn Cn- ban Giants, p. m., Gabrych park. TUESDAY: Winona Chief vs. Owatonna, S p. m., Gabrych park. THURSDAY: Winona Chieff vs. Albert Lea, 8 p. m., Gabrych park. GOLF JUNE 18: ThirB annual West- field Open tournament SOFTBALL MONDAY: Haddad's vs. Hap- py Hour, Athletic park; Graham McGuire vs. Winona Knit- ters, Gabrych park. TUESDAY: (Girls) Watkiru vs. Swede's cafe, park. Grupa and Kukowskl; Prudoehl and Zie E H VPS...........000 7 V. F. W............., 501 0( 6 3 Krats and Thalberg, Smelser and Me Connon. R H Seffert-Baldwln 5 Graham McGulre 000 6 3 Jennison and Czaplewski; Braatz a B B E Travelers 000 203 Winona Police 136 10 3 Plein and Mattlson, Morcomb and Kratz. Lewie Legion Triumphs, 8-2 St. Charles, Minn. (Special) Pushing home eight runs in the final two innings, the visiting Lew- LaMotta Seeks Foe (or June 28 New York Hither Laurent Dauthuille of Prance or Tiberio Mitri of Italy will get the June 28 atle shot at Middleweight Champion Jake La Motta. A "break" in the title bout came yesterday when Rocky Graziano was forced out with a left thumb 'racture. The International Boxing Club spent most of the night look- ug for a "sub." The promoters in- sist there definitely will be a fight. But then, Jake has to agree too. Sugar Ray Robinson, world welter champ and middleweight king in Pennsylvania, isn't in- terested in being a "sub." His manager, George Gainford. said in Havana, "Ray's no sub fight- er. He's a champion. We hope to fight La Motta in the future." At the moment Dauthuille appears out front. His French manager, An- dre Barraut, said last night in Mon- treal he had been formally invited to replace Graziano. He wouldn't say who invited him. Mai Waxman and Colonel John Grombach of New York, both financially interested in Dauthuille, must be consulted. Wannan said the bout was "99 per cent in." Dauthuille whipped La Motta in Montreal on February 21, 1949, be- fore Jake lifted the crown from Marcel Cerdan. Dauthuille's handlers would Tike to delay the bout because the Frenchman is signed for a ten- rounder at Montreal Tuesday against Tuzo Portuguez. Barraut says he will cancel the bout if nec- essary. Mitri was impressive in his only American start, a ten- round decision win over Dick Wagner at Madison Square Gar- den on May 19. The talented Italian is the undefeated Euro- pean middleweight champ. Al Weill, I.B.C. Matchmaker, was in touch with him last night. The I.B.C. also must have the okay of the New York State Ath- letic commission before any title bout can be sanctioned. Unless a sub is approved over the weekend, there is little chance that the fight will come off. STANDINGS N.VTrONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. W. Pet. St. Louil 32 18 SI 23 .511 Brooklyn 29 20 York 22 .458 FhJIadel. 57 21 .MSlPittsburtli 19 33 .S65 Boiton 28 23 .549 [Cincinnati IS 34 JOfi YESTERDAY'S KESELT8 Brooklyn 7. St. Louis 3 Boston 6, Pittsburgh New York 6. Chicago 1 Cincinnati at Philadelphia, postponed, rain. TOMORROW'S SCHEDULI. St. Louis at Brooklyn p. Pittsburgh at Boston {two) a. m, and p. Chicago at New York (two) (rjoon and 2 p. Cincinnati at Philadelphia (two) a. m. and p. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. I.. Pet. W. L. Pet. Detroit 15 23 30 .434 New York.35 18 Z2 SI .415 Boston 'SI 26 Loull 3Z .360 Cleveland 28 24 .BSS'Phlladel. 19 SS .362 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 4, Boston 1 (nightI. New York 7, St. Louis 5 Chicago 7, Washington 1 inlghti. Cleveland 3, Philadelphia 2 TOMORROWS SCHEDBLE New York at St. Louis (two) p. m. and p. Boston at Detroit (2 p. Philadelphia at Cleveland (two) a. m. and p. Washington at Chicago (two) p. m. and p. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION W. L. Pet. W. L. Pel. MInneap, 32 17 21 27 LoulaviUe 34 21 22 SO .421 32 24 ..iniKan. City 21 29 .420 St. Paul 26 f. .49UToledo 19 SB .552 YESTERDAY'S SCORES Louisville 8, Milwaukee 4. Minneapolis 10. Toledo 6. Columbus 7, St. Paul 6. Kansas City at Indianapolis (double- postponed, rain. TOMORROW'S GAMES Milwaukee at Columbus. Kansas City at Toledo. St. Paul at Louisville. Minneapolis at Indianapolis. Merchants Lead Midget League Colonels Stop Brewers, 8-4 By The Associated The Milwaukee Brewers failed to cash in on their 4-0 third Inning advantage Friday night to drop- ping the second straight game of a three-game series to Louisville, 8-4. In other American Associa- tion fames, MUlard Howell posted his ninth rtraight win without defeat u he pitched Minneapolis to a 10-6 victory over TJedo, and the Colum- bus Red Birds closed in on St. Paul in their batUe for fourth place with a ninth inning 7-6 win. The Kansas City at In- dianapolis twin bill was post- poned because of rain. Jim McDonald limited the Brew- Mississippi Girl, Ten, Has Baby MIDGET LEAGUE Team Merchants Bank First N'Htianal Federal Bread Marigold Dairies Bub's Winona National Athletic Club Feerless Chain Vf. 8 Pet. 1.000 Roy Campanella On Hasel Show Roy Campanella, Brooklyn Dod- ger catcher, will RESULTS THURSDAY Merchants National 12. First Na- tional 4. Wlnona National 11, Bub s Amer- icans 5. Marigold Dairies 7, Peerless Chain J. Merchants National bank took over the Midget league lead Thurs- Charleston. Miss. The pre- mature birth of a 'daughter to a ten-year-old Negro girl aere May 25 was revealed yesterday. The child, Sarah Lee Moore, was born to Sarah Moore who will eel-" ebrate her eleventh birthday Oc- tober 3. The baby was so small at birth it was fed with an eye dropper for a week. Then It began nursing. The child: is'.kept-in home-' made Incubator using heated bricks to keep an even tempera- ture. Major Strikes Continue in U. S. By The Associated Press Prospects appeared dim today for settlement over the weekend Milwaukee Louisville Martin. Nichols 013 000 481 002 020 8 10 0 Johnson (8) and Lakeman; McDonald and Scherbarth. R H E Minneapolis Toledo 300 112 13 000 010 S 15 Howell, Pearson (S) and Brady; From- ming, Bloat (81 and Mordarskl. R H E St. Paul 000 140 G 10 2 Columbus 000 420 7 11 1 Chandler, Van Cuyk Qrlffcth (81 and Anderson: Major. Habei-nicht (S) and Sarnl, Kansas City at Indianapolis (two) post- poned, rain. day by slamming First National Currier limiting the losers to jbsnk, 12-4, as Don Lejk scattered1---- T-------'-' I eight hits. His mates got none off three opposing hurlers. appear on fffl. the Don Parker socked a double and Merchants while Hasel's sports program Monday h Hoeppner and John Meyer at p.m. over ABC and KWNOJes PP !n addition to his interview with six hits. Dick Jaszewski rapped a double and triple for Peerless. Jerry Langowski and Bob Wessin drilled doubles and Currier hit a triple for Marigold. The summaries: iston Legion nine defeated St. Charles, 8 to 2, here Friday. Dixie Walker gave the Charlies but two hits, both singles, while his mates were gathering six. Hilbert Wilde, Lewiston, topped batters with ja long triple and a single. Jim Eustermann had two singles. Lewiston will play Lake City at Lewiston Tuesday in another Am- erican Legion Junior contest. The summary: R H Ej Lewiston 000 004 8 8 4 i St. Charles 2 6 Batteries: Lewiston. Walter and Lewis.I Guentz; St. Charles, Fugleberg, Kihart andj Nlharc, chase. Campanella considered by mond experts to be just about the National took an R H E best Hasel will air a round-up of latest news and doings in the! sports world. y 11 _e I peerless Chain I Marigold 141 010 1 8 3 Americans Olson and Ives; Currier and Lnngow- allowed only f our j ski. R H B The Bankers col-1 Bub.s Americans .....200 ooo 5 4 3 Leroy An-jWinona National 004 314 9 4 Bublltz. Haake and Haaie; Lan- In the tightest ball game of the'First National Six pitchers have hit three bats- day, Marigold Dairies nosed _ Viir o men apiece in one inning. i Hess Cham by a 7-2 score 'Lcjk and shrakc. Chet Nichols, Milwaukee's first oil two reliefers for Ray Martin, was L the loser, hfs sixth against two QOQ persons wins. I Taft Wrighi's eighth inning sin- gle which scored McDonald from third provided the winning margin. Toledo rallied for five runs and marked up seven of their 15 hits in their half of the ninth inning, but five previous Miller home runs had told the story, two of them off the bat of Bob Brady. Ten of the 13 runs scored in the Columbus-St. Paul contest were accounted for by homers. Lou Limmer drove in five with two home runs while Larry Mig- gins and Kock Nelson had five runs In between them with cir- cuit clouts. The strikes have cut deeply Into milk supplies for about Washington, D. C., bus and street car transportation In Los Angeles, and forced one of New York's largest newspapers to sus- pend publication. Developments in the strikes: The New York World-Telegram and Sun suspended publication last Tuesday after a strike of about 400 C.I.O. American Newspaper Guilds- men and did not plan to publish today. The evening newspaper has not Sunday edition. The nine-day old strike by A.F.L. dairy workers in Pittsburgh and seven surrounding counties has cut off all but emergency milk de- liveries. In Washington, the federal gov- ernment sent one Of its leading trouble-shooters to help two federal conciliators who have been trying to get nine local'dairies and their drivers and employes to agrea to a new contract. He is Clyde A. Mills, a top assistant to Cyrus Ching, conciliation director. At Johnstown, Pa., the 21 open hearth furnances at the Bethlehem Steel Company's Franklin plant were shut down after a walkout by 400 C.I.O. United Steelworkers Un- ion members. The plant employs 800. Union members said the walk- out was in protest of company dis- cipline of some workers. Details were not disclosed. An unexpected strike of more than 600 A.F.L. Longshoremen vir- tually halted movement of coal and ore at four Lake Erie ports today. The longshoremen went on striko Friday night in Toledo, L o r a i n, Fairport and Huron, Ohio, in sup- port of demands for a 20-cent hour- ly wage increase and a ten-cent. B H E hourly night differential. The pre- 012 ooi 4 s i sent wage scale is S1.57 an hour in oeo x-12 B 2 and a five cent hourly night dif- ferential, a. union spokesman said. BROADCAST BASEBALL AY KWtK WINONA CHIEFS ROCHESTER Described by CHUCK WILLIAMS Direct from' Rochester RADIO AT ITS BEST when fishing or picnicking Enjoy the NEW quick-cooling Now Packaged in Cans "It's light and smooth" Bub's Brewery, brewers of popular priced beers for the last 80 years, now offers you a NEW quick-cooling canned beer that is ideal for picnics and fishing trips. Since the new canned beer has hit the market, there has been an exceptional demand for this new Bub's package. Why don't you try the new Bub's canned beer on your next- picnic or fishing trip? You'll be glad you remembered to bring along a case fo Bub's once you're in the middle of the river or miles from the closest town. Order a case today from your dealer. STILL AVAILABLE IN BOTTLES PETER BUB BREWERY Brewers of Fine Beers for Over SO Years   

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