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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 10, 1942, Beatrice, Nebraska Beatrice, Neb,, Friday, July IO, 1943 BEATRICE DAILY SUN PACE THREE Roundup of Sports R> Hugh Fullerton* jr. {Wide World Sports Columnist!. NKW VOUK Filly IO Th* Hale Arnot n an game or you can't < atch tho Yanks on one log. Starting the second half of tho big-league season we can't find an important club, unless Its the Cards, that has a full squad oi able-bodied players, . , Unless you I count those batting slumps, the Yanks seem to be in the best shape, since Bdl Dickey and Bud- I dy Roaar are recovering from their ! leg injuries. . The Dodgers' most prominent casualty is Dixie Wa I- I her, the peoples’ choree. but; they re not getting much good out of Whit Wyatt . It might look pretty bad for the leaders if most of the other clubs weren't in just as bad shope. . . Bent comment we've seen on the affair Ted Williams comes from Francis Sar* \ gens of the Lowell, Mass,. Hun: “It looks mighty like the Sweet Williams in the Sox'"victory garden has turned out to be poison ivy.” Today's Guest SI ar B, ML Atkinson, Jr., Louisville Times:    *‘\ jewing all the gold ‘Whirly* has earned, he wont he retired to stud, Ihe.Crr going to put him in the vault at Fort Knox,” Tigers Breath Easier As Big Deal Clit kin" It's Useless, Ulysses One-Minute ''port* Page Have you stopped to think that football is less than a month away? The Detroit Lions start training at Charlevoix. Mich.. Aug 5 and the Bears will lie growling a few days later. , . Iowa claims the No, I golf fan in Rooer Barnes of Burlington, who followed Denny Shute in an 18-hole exhibition hobbling around on crutches with his leg in a cast, . , Latest word on. Bob Feller (from Boh himself at. Cleveland) is that, he expects to enter a gunnery school after finishing out the ball season with ! the Norfolk outfit. The Outer Patrol Harry Bestove who used to be a sports writer in Norfolk before, he joined th*1 navy, swears this really happened in a recent g ime between the Norfolk naval air station and Fort Story . . Lynch, the soldier second baseman, sot Red a terrific drive , . Walter Hyson, the sailor outfielder chased the hall out beyond the field and behind a building. Just an ne stooped to pick up the hall « sentry commanded; * Halt. Let’s see your identification card.’* . , I' took quite some explaining why Hyson wa- so far away from the ball field. \rp V* Listening. Leo? Fans who follow’ the doing*, in the Three-E> p league claim I wo I Hi roe her )*. just another bum w hen It comes to getting himself bounced from hall games. , . The real champ iii the early* ’ departure business is Ollie Mar quardt, manager of the Cedar Rapids club, , . In a recent game with I \ansville Ollie managed to get himself banished while Hp was presenting his lineup to the umpires before the game, ( hest Of Shortstop Starts Triple Play! DAYTON O. July IO UP Cre-[ Hit Dayton shortstop Bill Hardy’s [ bruised chest with an assist in the I Mid-Atlantic league's first triple pl.’!' Of '    ■ Pit.! - Un! The three.outer (ame In the third inning -us Dayton wa* defeating Charleston, W, Va., 3 to 2, last night    * With men on first and third. ratchet Ralph Weigel hit a hard boundet which ricocheted off Hardy's chest and was scooped up by second baseman Hayden Greer. Vie stepped on the sack to nip shortstop Bob Blatnik and threw to first, retiring Weigel. First baseman Fred Gerken relayed to Flan Lipka at third, catching second baseman Boh Ankntm off Dick Wakefield. Liven ."> To Fieri Rookie Contract,, Prove** Riff Teague \ iiiiDer TI A \S F XRM ST \M)Ol T B\ Harold Ratliff BEAUMONT, Tex. Filly in (Wide World) Ii seems that when the Detroit, organization paid $51,000 and threw in an automobile to get Dick Wakefield’s name on the dotted line it was a smart investment, The handsome young giant, who stepped from college campus to professional baseball and made good in a hurry, is just what the sans order*-.i for Beaumont's Exporters of the Texas League. But they’ve already reconciled themselves to keeping the former University of Michigan star just one yea:. They’re * nniident lh*' slugging young outfielder who has been elnutm ,400 all season “pitchers* leagu mg the cover o parent Detroit Tig Still Boots There has been > about Dick’s inabi ground balls, but he \vi ll this year alt lim eel a few However everywhere to brine' Manager Ft eve ° big I-’ ague catcher is fur as hitting VY a k e J! e I! i Ii lop job * “Mas 1 fielder as Soil) I big dt *v but the worst,** sa j on VV ike field not nmre thru Detroit right Fie surprised t >etvmen Lion and wa here rn this “iii be k nae lithe Frnll for the ors next Spring. \ leu nsiderahie said idly to field b’s domg right ugh he's rniss-he can roam $36,308 Added Service Funds At Pittsburgh 41* sr* Rumbling along the baseline in full armor, Catcher Otto Denning of Cleveland Indians is about to tag First Baseman Ulysses Lupien of Boston Red Sox, trapped between third base and plate. Erratic Golf Bv Bud Ward ♦ Notional (Tampion Vt ohblv In Wot cm Defense But I or- Muff Opportunities. The Standings American I tongue 29.188 fan* Turn Out To Sec Pirates Drub Kowlv Phil*, 9*0, Ender Arc*. LOOP PITCHING KEEN By Austin Beadmenr (Associated Press Sports Writer) With long rests behind all of them, pennant drives in front of some of them and artificial light around most of them, major league pit* hors enjoyed one of their best days of the season yesterday. As the teams returned to action aft:-) the three-day intermission foi all-star games, both leagues produced some sparkling mound performances, including a four-hitter in ll innings, four five-hit-! ters and a trio of six-hit jobs, two of which still weren't good enough to win. Five of the winners had the help of the arc lights last night, but the masterpiece of the day was the I (-inning stint of Charlie Wagner, who held the Detroit Tigei? to four blows in pitching the Boston Red Sox to a 2-1 decision in broad daylight. Hal Newhouser, Wagner's opponent, pitched four-hit. bali for ten innings but yielded two singles in the lith and Manager Joe Cronin inserted himself as a pinch (hitter, bringing in Boston's winning run with a long fly ■ New Y ork \K* 51 I 26 pct .662 Red Sev Keep Distance The Rep Sox needed the victory Boston 47 JO .610 to stay within four lengths of the Cleveland . ... 45 36 .556 A merit an league leading New Detroit 44 39 .530 York Yankees, who dropped the St, Louis .......... 37 42 468 St. Louis Browns. 5-2. Chicago...... ..... 32 44 .421 Buddy Blair helped Phil March - Philadelphia 34 51 .400 iidon of the Philadelphia Athletics Washington 29 51 .363* whip the Cleveland Indians, 5-2, Hee lilts New York ft. St. Loins 2, Boston 2, Detroit I. Philadelphia ft. Cleveland 2. Chn ago 4, Washington 2. National League w I pct Brooklyn ...... ...... 53 21 .716 St. Louis 44 29 .603 Cincinnati ........... ...... 41 35 .539 New York .. 40 38 .513 Chicago .. .. 38 42 475 Pittsburgh ....... 35 40 467 Boston 35 47 .427 Philadelphia 21 55 .276 Results Brooklyn 3. Cincinnati 2. St. Louis 9, New York 0. Pittsburgh 9, Philadelphia 0, Boston 4. Chi* ago 3. American Association Dick Wakefield. . . living up to hi* ISOJNHi price tag. During- home stays O'Neill takes VV a1 efield to Stuart stadium n* O-1 v every morning for a fungo session and Richard is rapidly im-proving hi- fielding. He has a fine arm and has thrown out many runners trying for home and third this year after taking skiers. Supports His Family SPOKANE, Wash July IO CD Marvin ‘ Bud*’ Ward. who could be a general instead of an army corporal if military ability was measured in terms of golf, is in a playing slump and as third round matches of the Western amateur championship got under w-ay today he wasn’t exactly a good bet to j St. Louis retain his title. Between now and Sunday's 36-hole finals some of the country's topnotchers ’Aho are on their games will cross the path of thp National amateur and defending Western titlist. Off Ward's second round show, tag yesterday he wouldn't stand a chaine against some of the better linksmea he has been in the habit of beating fairly easily in the past. Ward, medalist with 141 for 36 holes won both his matches yesterday hut his dizzy scrambling was alternately the despair and joy of the gallery that trailed him into woods anil rough, He managed to wriggle out of most of the predicaments .thanks in part to opponents who failed to take ad-• i ct ages of opportunities and, in turn, three-putted or missed easy ones on the greens. He defeated his first round rival, Oft 4 Roland of Spokane, ! and k and followed with a 3 and win over Fritz Metzger of Tacoma VV ash Former publtax titlists Corp. Pat Abbott of livery field, Denver, I    -    - to date has played the sharpest On a diamond greased by show* golf He was four under par for ers .just pi reeding game time, vie* the Manito course in the second tory-less Air Corps upset hitherto round and even par in his open- unbeaten Navy, 14 to lh, in boys tag round bout    baseball at Athletic park last Former Western kingpin Wit- night Rine pitched four hit ball fred VVehrle of Racine. VY is., had for the winners. in a night game. Mar* hildon turned in a five-hstter after a shaky first inning and Blair lashed a home mn and a triple driving in two runs and scoring twice himself. In another night, tilt on the American league program, Chicago's White Sox dumped the Washington Senators, 4-2, as Johnny Humphries hurled five-hit ball and didn’t permit a runner to get past first base after the thud inning Whitlow Wyatt pitched the Brooklyn Dodgers to a 3-2 deci- postponed until Monday, einw i\\ ‘Of ToUnn,.    »■*    Af       -    I w I pct Kansas City .. . . 48 34 .585 Columbus 43 37 .538 Milwaukee 44 40 .524 Indianapolis ....... 42 45 .483 Minneapolis _____ ........ 43 43 ,500 Louisville ........... 42 43 .494 Toledo 39 47 .453 St. Paul ....... 37 49 .430 i] I t-S Minneapolis 4. Kansas city 3, Toledo 2, Indianapolis I. Louisville 6-0 Columbus 4-6. Milwaukee 2-1, St. Paul 0-3. 2 Air < (HI* ps Ends Win 1    * Drouth On Diamond sion over Johnny Vander Meet- and the Cincinnati Reds, holding the Reds to five blows, j The st Ixmis Cardinals blanked [ the New Yolk Giants, 9-0 to main-! t*(n their pace eight and a half games behind the first-place Dodgers in the National league Card* Blank Giants Johnny Beasley shut out the Giants on six hits while his mates pounded three New York pitchers Bitt rn for ten blows, including tv o home runs, two triples and a double. Be az lev himself sparked a six run 430 Cardinal uprising in the sixth inning, smacking a three-bagger j I with the bases loaded. The Philadelphia Phils met a similar fate at Pittsburgh, where Lirkliter she Pirates whitewashed them. 9-0. in a night game for Army-Navy relief which drew 29,488 fans and a gate of $16,308,51 Senate Group Asks Control On OPA Chief Farm Bloc ^ oil hi Allow In* crca*e In Prices, Vt ants Hobble Henderson Powers MORE    FINDS TIK FLY WASHINGTON, July IO CD— Members of a senate appropriations subcommittee were reported fashioning today a financial straitjacket which might keep price administrator Leon Henderson from blocking sharp increases in the prices of such staple commodities as bread and canned vegetables. Likely to be offered in the form of a limitation, the proposal would prohibit the use of any of this year’s OPA operating funds to place ceiling on processed agricultural articles that did not re-j fleet the HO per cent of panty ; fixed bv congress as the lowest point at which Henderson could step in and control prices. Senator Thomas (d-Okla) said an amendment of this nature was certain to br offered to the .SUSOR,OOO,OOO supplemental appropriations bill now before the committee. He predicted majority sup-poid for it. The committee has heard complaints this week from farm organizations that in his efforts to : curb rising living costs Henderson has ruled that bread, for instance, does not fall within the field where j congress prescribed the adminis-, trator’s authority, Henderson has made no attempt -    to control the price of wheat, since I    it remains below 110 per cent of I    parity, a figure calculated to give farmers a return equal to that of a past period, usually 1909-14. ('lain! Parity Ignored I But the farm representatives I    were said to have protested that Newhouser    and Tebbetts; Wag-    ceilings placed on bread and oth- ncr    and    Conroy,    cr such processed commodities ig nored a section of the price const. Louis    OOO    OOI    FHO    2    7    0 trol act which states that prices New,' York    OOO 300 11x    5 9 ?    fixed for processed articles must Anker,    Sundra,    Caster and    reflect the FIO pee    cent parity and    figure. The result was. they ar gued that the prices of basic crops i    were kept down contrary to con- ft 0    gress’ expressed wishes. IO 0 While Thomas said he had no doubt that a limitation such as ( hildon and Swift.    J that suggested would be adopted. ; he predicted the committee wmuld Chicago . 300 OOI OOO 4 8 0 j make “rather liberal'* increases in Washington FGI    OOO OOO 2 ft I    OPA operating funds over    the Humphries and Turner; Master- I $75,000,000 previously voted by the son and    Early,    I house. National    league    j Henderson was reported    to have Boston 002 OOO 010 OOO I    -4    IO    2    I ashed for a minimum of $140,000.- Chicago OOO OOO 201 OOO 0    3    13    2    00(1 wdth which to employ a staff Javery, Sain, Tost and Lorn--01’ from 55,000 to 57,000 persons, bardi; Olsen, Mooty and MoCul- j warning that the price control job lough.    could not he done satisfactorily --I with a smaller number. New York ... OOO OOO OOO    0    6    2    Thp subcommittee completed St Louis 111 OOO OOO    9    IO    0    testimony on the measure yester- Koslo,    McGee,    Feldman and    liav ^nd Chairman    McKellar    < d- Danning;    Beazley    and W. Cooper.    I Trnn) flaid,hp h°F^'‘    "btain    ear ly approval of the bill bv the full Brooklyn . 120 OOO OOO 3 6 2 I committee so !t roujd ^ ronald-Cincinnati 010 OOO 010    2    5    I j °rf>d by thp spn«tp Monday. Wyatt and Ow'en; Vander Meer, Riddle, Shoun and Hemsley. NEXT: Looking for cold facts about the weather. W estrin \uto Outfit Tips Goodmen, 10-9 Steadier fielding enabled Western Auto to surprise Modern Woodmen, 10-9, in City league softball at Riverside park last night. Li chiller homered during the winners’ five-run rally in the third. Manager Walt Coon, sr,, blamed defeat on-seven errors and th*- absence of seven regulars. Because Union placers am shocking wheat after regular far* Baseball Results Detroit Boston American League OOO OOI OOO OO OOO IOO OOO OI Haves; Rosar. Cleveland Borowy, Murphy 200 OOO OOO—2 tory working hours, tonight s Un- Philadelphia IOO 201 Olx ion-Currier Lumber game was    Dean. Heving and Hegan;    Mar Box score Modern Woodmen (FU The drat! to Wake fie no a right it turned 21 ai sn Leonia tim head c his mot he tilers t o Ct throe (>f lure© i now. miv i’1 is i I / and 11 t that >f worry Hi has ?gister ed lased as supports gee bro-expet ted IX poi let S n to sign (led $23,- to iii Hardy g ore. >t an assist in the box LIME U HITK \\ EDS FALLS CITY, Neb, July IO ■ T1 - Lf Urn*'of J White, former University of Nebraska and army athlete, will be married tomorrow at Pine Bluff Ark., to Miss Dorothy Talbot, daughter of Ma j and Mrs Robert Talbot of West Point, N Y Hi the gif just ti Walt baseba poet t. pl •field is etc!an •out : ed hitter I About 1 jare requi I Amern an tan tin a close one yesterday in which he had to beat out baseball coach A B “Buck” Bailey I up on the 19th. Bailey, a week-end golfer with a fighting spirit, earned himself f (me by carrying Wehrle to an extra hole The big fellow' from Washington State college defeated veteran Chick Evans of Chicago, eight times Western champion, in the first round, 4 and 3. before measuring blows with Wehrle, NEBRASKAN KILLED FORT MORGAN Colo . July IO (/Pi staff Sgt. James Scheuenck. 26, Imperial, Neb, and H, C. M *«uc civilian instructor from Gillette, Wyo.. were killed In the crash of a training plane 14 mile* northeast of Fort Morgan Srheue-rick arrived at the army air sc hool here recently to take flying inst, nu t ion. The flamingo is the only mem -•r of tli>' stork tribe that hullos nest of mud. Box score Air C orps (14) a I I* h r> a p Gamer. 2h , 5 2 I 2 2 I Otto, c ... 5 2 I I I 0 Rine. p 3 4 I 2 4 0 Becks, ss .... 4 *> g 3 2 0 4 Baldwin, lf .... ... 3 I 0 0 n I Powell. 3b ... 2 0 0 I 0 2 Sohuman rf ... 3 I 0 0 0 0 Weaver, lh ... .... 4 2 I 7 n I Keiber. cf ... . 4 0 0 0 0 n Totals . . 33 14 7 21 7 9 Navy (IO) We Let Nazis Have It—Like This! at) r h o a e Pangbom, r . 3 I 0 IO 4 I Nellen. 3b 5 I I 0 I 2 Morns, rf I 0 0 0 0 0 Carpenter, rf . 4 I 2 0 0 0 PUK knelt, lh ft 0 0 8 (I 0 Calloway, lf 5 0 0 0 0 0 Gibson, ss 4 I o o 0 I Ahi. cf 3 I n 0 0 0 Homstrand, rf 2 I 0 o 0 0 Bede, p 4 2 i 0 2 I Goble, 2b ......... .. 3 2 0 3 0 0 Totals 38 IO 4 21 7 5 S< ore by innings Ait Corps . 401 150 I — 14 Navy 200 no 2 IO Summary; Struck out Bede 8, Rine 7; bases on balls — Bede i, Rine 5. FILLE* GAME •ULI 19 the day. an afternoon affair that ended when Buddy Gramp smashed a home run in the 13th inning to give the Braies the nm!, 4-3. Arrange Pro-Service brid Benefit Lames LUS ANGELES, July IO </P Washington 'n professional Red- i skins will meet an all-star team of: service footballers in the Coliseum here Aug, 30 in a game played for ! army emergency relief, j Ralph Chick, coliseum manager, said the contest will be first | of a series to be played through-' out the country Former college stars who will j play for the service men include*; ' John Kimbrough, former AU-Am-; ; erie an at Texas A A- M Tommy Harman, ex-Micbigan great; and Norman Standee, formerly of Stanford,    1 HOM ELL INTO NAVY SCOTTSBLUFF Neb . July IO I Y* Johnny Howell, fullback on I the University of Nebraska football team a few years ago has been ca lied to active duty as an ensign in the navy, his wife said here yesterday ab r h P I Friday, 2h o I 2 I ' Eden, sf .......... 4 I 2 0 Niekeson. lh ................ 3 o I 2 A. Sc hank, 3b ,4 I I I Hubbard, lf ................ 3 I I I Baker, 2b-rf .......... 4 I 2 0 Donahue, c .. ................ 4 I I 0 Kush cf ................ I 0 0 9 Bitting, cf 0 1 I 2 D. Lichtv. rf 3, ■> 2 0 Brandt 2b 0 11 0 0 Klattenberg, P ii 0 0 Totals 34 9 13 7 Western Auto (IO* ab r h e Lirkliter 2b 4 I I 0 K. Johnson, 3 b 4 0 I Schulz, lh . 4 2 2 0 A Johnson. ss . , , 4 2 I 2 Har. Livhty lf .......... 3 0 I 0 How, Lie bt y, af .... 3 I 0 0 Sprague, rf 2 0 0 0 Hill n ■j 2 2 0 Lang (tale, r *> ........ ...... . * 2 3 0 Haas, cf __________ ________ 3 0 0 0 Totals . 33 IO IO 3 | Score bv I Woodmen innings; 004 3 IO I 9 . Western 005 2 30 \ _ in ; Summary: Home run: Lichliti ur I three base hi? Schulz <8 t A Philadelphia OOO OOO OOO 0 ft I Pittsburgh OOO OOO I $x 9 9 2 Nahem, Naylor, Beck, Melton and Livingston; Sewell and Phelps, Lopez, Dodders* *\ ictory* (calliope In Court Sehank; two base hit Harold Lichty, Eden; struck out; Flat- * tentier g 4. Hill I bases on balls; Klattenberg I, Hill 2. ----------------------!> OM** ll,ll, an Born Boxer An \i nu Nolunteer NEW YORK, July IO </P) Ter-1 ry Amigo a boxer who was born in Italy and lives in (’hi na town, will have proof that he's a teal A rn erica n when he enters the army Monday Tee hun ally an enemy alien because of his Italian hit lh, Terry J will have with him a letter from his local draft board which says: Rosario Frank \niico has she BROOKLYN, July IO (.Ti—The Dodgers’ "Victory” calliope and its neighbor, J. Reid Spencer, who doesn't like it, are in court again. Spencer made his fourth appearance yesterday to complain that th** “sour" strands of Ebbets field music disturbed his afternoon rest. Magistrate Abner Surpass, finding that the Brooklyn baseball at Lakeside hospital j club had no permit to present a concert, directed Spencer to mak< I ris Speaker Said Better At Hospital CLEVELAND. July IO (/Pi Trig Speaker, 54-year-old baseball immortal, was reported “resting romfor tably today. His condition became grave out a formal complaint of vio- une.xpectedly yesterday. Dr. Eel-, larion of the sanitary code. dust inc! ion origins My UH I eel for '"i that tie sidei at ion ommend of be ii ■lasso' induct i: it first alien, e 4-U, to VOI -He has proven! thy of every con is a. pleasure to lee ward Castle said the former outfielder suffered complications from an intestinal perforation. PRISONER Bl NS BONDS SPOKANE, Wash . July IO </P> Convincing then customer that he’ll nerd money later more urgently than be does now, deputy sheriff Jim Cannon and jail-ei John Scott sold two 25 war hon-Is. The purchaser had just been convicted of grand larceny, and won t he needing his money for 15 years. Washing eggs removes the natural protective mucilaginous ' ''’ating, thereby hastening their dele I tars lion “I go to see the Dodgers play,** said the magistrate. “After all. I go there only to see a good ball game lf I want music I go to the philharmonic concerts.” POLK HOLDS FAIR POLK. Neb., July IO </P Polk county fair secretary Louis Hasten. said today the fair will be held August 10-12. The usual five-day fair has been cut to three days, and the program * will consist mainly of the ANA/ farmer’s day and 4-H exhibits. REI) R\ DER The I .Dilkon! Rhode Island is the most thickly populated state in the United States, with 674 ? persons to the • square mile Bv Em! Harman (Th* ann* Own Serries) FILLEY, July IO The Ran-over-Fillev baseball game will be played here Sunday, July 19 not July 12 It's a gmdge game between G a- L league rivals, LAZY 4 GIRLS lop Lazy A * defeated South. 10*4 in girls* softball at Cook park as hurler J, Miller struck out ]4 losers. DON A J I) DI CK In V Gather! Bv \\ alt Disney (NEA Radiophoto) 4?Lu aiiuduw of giant Bu. cum plane, Soviet bomber commander describes fcucccbsful raid on Nazi airdrome—with geettires. V lip rn ;

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