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   Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 10, 1942, Beatrice, Nebraska                                July 1942 BEATRICE DAILY SUN PA6E Roundup of Sports By Hugh Wide World Sports NEW July Hale American you cant catch the Yanks on one Starting the second half of the bigleague season we cant find an important unless Its the that has a full squad of ablebodied Unless you count those batting the Yanks seem to be In the best since Bill Dickey and Bud dy Rosar are recovering from their leg The Dodgers most prominent casualty is Dixie Wal the peoples but theyre not getting much good out of Whit It might look pretty bad for the leaders if of the other werent in Just as bad Best comment weve seen on the affair Tecl Wil liams comes from Francis Sar gent of the Sun It looks mighty like the Sweet Williams in the gar den has turned out to be poison Tigers Breath Easier As Big Deal Clicking Dick Wakefielci Given 51 To Sign Rookie Proves Big League Timber TEXAS FARM STANDOUT Its Ulysses By Harold Ralllff July 10 Wide seems that when the Detroit organization paid throw in nn automobile to get Dick Wakefields name on the clot ted lino it was a smart The handsome young who stepped from college campus to professional and marie good in a is just what the fans ordered for Beaumonts Ex porters of the Texas But theyve already reconciled themselves to keeping the former University of MicWgan star just one Theyre confident the slugging young who has been clouting between and all season down here in this pitchers will be ing the cover off the ball for the parent Detroit Tigers next Still Boots A Few There has been considerable sairl about Dicks inability to field ground but hes doing right well this year although hes miss ed a he can roam everywhere to bring in those j Manager Steve the ex big League believes that 5 and the Bears will be growling j as far as hitting is concerned a few clays Iowa claims Wakefield could take over a major Todays finest Star Louisville Times Viewing all the gold Whirly1 has he wont be retired to Theyre go Ing to put him In the vault at Fort OneMinute Sports Page Have you stopped to think that football is less than a month away The Lions start training at Rumbling along the baseline in full Catcher Otto Denning of Cleveland Indians is about to tag First Baseman Ulysses Lupien of Boston Red trapped between third base and the 1 golf fan in Rooer Barnes of who followed Den ny Shule in an 18hole exhibition hobbling around on crutches with his leg in a Latest word on Bob Feller from Bob himself at Cleveland is that he expects to enter a gunnery school after fin ishing out the ball season with the Norfolk The Outer Patrol Harry who used to be a sports writer in Norfolk before he Joined the swears this really happened in a recent game between the Norfolk naval air sta tion and Fort the soldier second socked a terrific Walter the sailor outfielder chased the ball out beyond the field and behind a Just as he stooped to pick up the ball a sentry com manded Lets see your Identification It took quite some explaining why Hyson was so far away from the ball loop Maybe hes not as fancy a fielder as some of the boys in the big show but he certainly is not the said ONeill who looks nn Wakcfield with fonrl Hes not more than a year away from Detroit right now and I wouldnt be surprised to see him in the De troit lineup next year if the draft happens to hurt the Are 1 Leo Fans who follow the doings in the ThreeEye league claim Leo Durocher IK just another bum It comes to getting him self bounced from ball The real champ in the early departure business is Ollie Mar manager of the Cedar Rapids In a recent game with Evansville Ollle managed to get himself banished while he was presenting his lineup to the umpires before the Chest Of Shortstop Starts Triple Play July 10 dit Dayton shortstop Bill Hardys bruised chest with an assist in the MidAtlantic leagues first triple play of the 1942 The threeouter came in the third inning as Dayton was defeat ing 3 to last With men on first and catcher Ralph Weigel hit a hard bounder which ricocheted off Har dys chest and was scooped up by second baseman Hoyden He stepped on the sack to nip shortstop Bob Blatnik and threw to retiring First Fred Gerken relayed to Stan Lipka at catching sec ond baseman Bob Ankrum off Hardy got an assist in the box Erratic Golf By Bud Ward National Champion Wobbly In Western Defense But Foes Muff July 10 W Bud who could be a general instead of an army corporal if military ability was measured in terms of is in a playing slump and as third round matches of the Western amateur championship got under way today he wasnt exactly a good bet to Louis 44 The Standings American League 1 pet New York 51 26 Boston 47 30 Cleveland 45 36 Detroit 44 39 Louis 37 42 Chicago 32 44 Philadelphia 34 51 Washington 29 51 New York Louis Boston Detroit Philadelphia Cleveland Chicago Washington Added Service Funds At Pittsburgh Fans Turn Out To See Pirates Drub Lowly Under LOOP PITCHING KEEN By Austin Bcalmear Associated Press Sports Writer With long rests behind all of pennant drives in front of some of them and artificial light around most of major league pitchers enjoyed one of their best days of the season yes As the teams returned to action afttr the threeday intermission for allstar both leagues produced some sparkling mound 1 including a four hitter in 11 four fivehit ters and a trio of sixhit two of which still werent good enough to Five of the winners had the help of the arc lights last but the masterpiece of the clay was the llinning stint of Charlie Wag who held the Detroit Tigers to four blows in pitching the Boston Red Sox to a 21 decision in broad j I Hal Wagners op pitched fourhit ball for ten innings but yielded two singles in the llth and Manager Joe Cronin inserted himself as a pinch bringing in Bostons win ning run with a long Red Sox Keep Distance The Red Sox needed the victory to stay within four lengths of the American league leading New York who dropped the Louis Buddy Blair helped Phil March ildon of the Philadelphia Athletics THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson SAYAN AWKWARD PERSON rs THE THUMB THE MOST IMPORTANT ANEMBER OF THE ENTIRE HAND 1942 BY OFF HAVE A HAIRCUT BE CUT rt Huronf RUSSOJAPANESE IN WAS THE FIRST WHICH BATTLE WOUNDS KILLED MORE MEN THAN DID Senate Grou Asks Contro itSj Farm Bloc Would Allow crease In Want Hobble Henderson MORE FUNDS 710 NEXT Looking for cold facto about the National League w Brooklyn 53 ERNIE WHITE WEDS FALLS July 10 Ernest former University of Nebraska and army will be married tomorrow at Pine to Miss Doro thy daughter of and Robert Talbot of West I Y retain his Between now and Sundays 36 hole finals some of the countrys topnotchers who are on their games will cross the path of the National amateur and defending Western Off Wards second round show ing yesterday he wouldnt stand a chance against some of the bet ter linksmen he has been in the habit of beating fairly easily in the medalist with 141 for 36 won both his matches yes terday but his dizzy scrambling was alternately the despair and joy of the gallery that trailed him I into woods and He manag ed to wriggle out of most of the predicaments in part to opponents who failed to take ad vantages of opportunities in threeputted or missed easy ones on the He defeated his first round Otto Rosand of 7 and 6 and followed with a 3 and 2 win over Fritz Metzger of up to Former publinx titlists i Pat Abbott of Lowry During home stays ONeill takes thp nkpfiPiH Rfnovf Kfariinm near aa5e nas played tne snarpest Dick Jiving his price Wakefield to Stuart Stadium near ly every morning for a fungo ses sion and Richard is rapidly im proving his He has a fine arm and has thrown out many runners tryingfor home and third this year after taking Supports His Family The draft is no source of worry to Wakefield right He has just turned 21 and only registered in Dick is classed as the head of a family and supports his mother and two younger bro so thats why hes expected to remain with the Exporters throughout the current Of that paid him to sign a Wakefield handed 000 to the government and salted the other The new automobile was for his Hes great says Why he doesnt smoke or drink an he doesnt care a hoot about the commented He just thinks and plays Wakefield is classed by veteran baseball men as the brightest pros pect to hit the Texas League in recent Some of the scouts have already tabbed the lefthand ed hitter another Ted About eight acres of farm land He was four under par for the Manito course in the second round and even par in his open ing round Former Western kingpin Wil fred Wehrle of had a close one yesterday in which he had to beat out baseball coach Buck Bailey 1 up on the a weekend golfer with a fighting earned himself fame by carrying Wehrle to an ex tra The big fellow from Washington State college defeated veteran Chick Evans of eight times Western in the first 4 and t before measuring blows with Cincinnati 41 New York 40 38 Pittsburgh 35 Boston 35 Philadelphia 21 1 21 29 35 38 42 40 47 55 pet Results Brooklyn Cincinnati Louis New York Pittsburgh Philadelphia Boston Chicago American Association w 1 Kansas 34 43 Milwaukee 44 Minneapolis 43 42 Toledo 39 Paul 37 Results Minneapolis Kansas City Toledo Indianapolis Louisville Columbus Milwaukee Paul 37 40 45 43 43 47 49 pet Air Corps Ends Win Drouth On Diamond On a diamond greased by show ers just preceding game vic toryless Air Corps upset hitherto unbeaten to in boys baseball at Athletic park last Rine pitched four hit ball for the Box score Air Corps 14 ab r h 2b 5 c 5 p If 3 3b 2 rf 3 Ib cf 4 NEBRASKAN KILLED FORT July 10 James and civilian instructor from were killed in the crash of a training plane 14 miles northeast of Fort Scheue rick arrived at the army air school here recently to take flying in The flamingo is the only mem are required to feed the average I ber of the stork tribe that builds I I a nest of We Let Nazis Have This i WBA KadiophotoJ shadV ot giant Russian Sovietbomber commanderdescribes successful raid on Nazi droroeiwith lj Totals 33 14 o 2 7 2 2 0 1 0 7 b 21 Navy 10 ab c 3 3b 5 rf 1 rf 4 Ib 5 If 5 Gibson ss 4 3 cf 2 p h o 0 10 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 whip the Cleveland n a night Marchildon turn ed in a fivehitter after a shaky first inning and Blair lashed a borne run and a driving in two runs and scoringtwice him In another night tilt on the Am erican league Chicagos White Sox dumped the Washing ton as Johnny Hum phries hurled fivehit ball and did nt permit a runner to get past first base after the third Whitlow Wyatt pitched the Brooklyn Dodgers to a 32 deci sion over Johnny Vander Meer and the Cincinnati holding the Reds to five The Louis Cardinals blanked the New York 90 to main tain their pace eight and a half games behind the firstplace Dodg ers in the National Cards Blank Giants Johnny Beazley shut out the Gi ants on six hits while his mates pounded three New York pitchers for ten including two home two tripled and a Beazley himself sparked a sixrun Cardinal uprising in the sixth in smacking a threebagger with the bases The Philadelphia Phils met a similar fate at where the Pirates whitewashed in a night game for ArmyNavy relief which drew fans and a gate of The Boston Braves and Chicago Cubs played the longest game of the an afternoon affair that ended when Buddy Gremp smash ed a home run in the 13th inning to give the Braves the Arrange ProService Grid Benefit Games LOS July 10 Washingtons professional Red skins will meet an allstar team of service footballers in the Coliseum here 30 in a game played for army emergency Ralph coliseum manag said the contest will be first of a series to be played through out the Former college stars who will play for the service men include John former AllAm erican at Texas Tommy exMichigan great and Norman formerly of Western Auto Outfit Tips 109 fielding enabled West ern Auto to surprise Modern Wood in City league softball at Riverside park last Lick liter homered during the winners fiverun rally in the Manager Walt blamed defeat errors and the ab sence of seven Because Union players are shocking wheat after regular fac tory working tonights Un ionCurrier Lumber game was postponed until Box score Modern Woodmen ab 2b sf 3 4 Ib 3 3b 4 If 3 2brf 4 c 4 cf 1 cf 2 rf 3 2b 0 p 3 9 r 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 Baseball Results American League Detroit 000 001 000 4 1 Boston 000 100 6 1 Newhouser and Tebbetts Wag ner and Louis 000 001 7 0 New York 000 300 9 3 Caster and Hayes Murphy and Cleveland 200 000 5 0 Philadelphia 100 201 10 0 Heving and Mar childon and Chicago 300 001 80 Washington 101 000 5 1 Humphries and Turner Master son and National League Boston 002 000 010 000 10 Chicago 000 000 201 000 13 2 Tost Mooty and McCul July 10 Members of a senate appropria tions subcommittee were report ed fashioning today a financial straitjacket which might keep price administrator Leon Henderi son from blocking sharp increases in the prices of such staple com modities as bread and canned Likely to be offered In of the proposal wbiild prohibit the use of any Of this years OPA operating funds to place ceiling on processed agri cultural articlesythat did not re flect the 110 per cent of parity fixed by congress ae the lowest point at which Henderson could step in and control Senator Thomas dOkla said an amendment of this natureWas certain to be offered to the supplemental appro priations bill now before the com He predicted majority sup port for 1 The committee has heard plaints this week from farm anizations that in his efforts urb rising living costs Henderson as ruled that for oes not fall within the field where engross prescribed the adminls rators Henderson has made no o control the price of since remains below 110 per cent of a figure calculated to give armers a return equal to that of past usually Claim Parity Ignored But the farm were said to have protested ceilings placed on bread and oth er such processed commodities nored a section of the price contj trol act which states that prices fixed for processed articles must reflect the 110 per cent The result 1 gued that the prices of basic crops were kept down contrary to jress expressed While Thomas said hehad no doubt that a limitation such as hat suggested be he predicted the committee would f make rather liberal increases DP A operating funds over previously Henderson was reported to asked for a minimum of 000 with which to employ a staff and Lorn of to persons HOWELL INTO NAVY 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 July 10 0 I fullback on 0 the University of Nebraska foot 1 ball team a few years has 34 9 13 7 Western Ante 10 ab r h e 2b 4110 3b Ib 4220 ss 4212 If 3010 sf 3100 2000 p 3220 c 3230 cf 3000 New York 000 000 6 Louis Ill 006 10 Feldman and Banning Beazley and Cooper Brooklyn 120 000 6 2 Cincinnati 010 000 5 1 Wyatt ajid Owen Vander Meer Shoun and 0 Totals 38 10 4 21 7 5 Score by innings Air 401 350 Navy 200 330 Summary Struck Rine 7 bases on Rine FILLEY GAME JULY 19 tnni Own July Han overFilley baseball game will be played here July not July Its grudge game be tween G L league LAZY A GIRLS COP Lazy As defeated in girls softball at Cook park as hurler Miller struck out 14 los ers been called to active duty as an ensign in the his wife said here Totals 33 10 10 3 Score by innings Woodmen 004 310 9 Western 230 Summary Home run Lichliter three base hit Schulz Schank two base Harold Eden struck out Klat tenberg Hill bases on balls Klattenberg Hill Italian Born Boxer An Army Volunteer NEW July 10 ry a boxer who was borrt in Italy and lives in will have proof that hes a real American when he enters the army Technically an enemy alien be cause of his Italian Terry will have with him a letter from his local draft board which says Rosario Frank Amico has the distinction of being the first originally classified as to vol unteer for He has prov ed that he is worthy of every con It is a pleasure to rec ommend Philadelphia 000 000 5 1 Pittsburgh 000 000 92 Melton and Livingston Sewell and Phelps Tris Speaker Said Better At Hospita July 10 Tris 54yearold basebal was reported restin comfortably at Lakeside hospita His condition became grav unexpectedly Ed ward Castle said the former out fielder suffered complication from an intestinal PRISONER BUYS BONDS July 10 UP their customer tha need money later mor urgently than he does de puty sheriff Jim Cannon and er John Scott sold two 25 wa The purchaser had just been convicted of grand and wont be needing his money for 15 warningthat the price control could not be done with a smaller The subcommittee comple testimony on the measure day and Chairman McKellar Tenn said he hoped to obtain ear ly approval of the bill by the full committee so it could be considt ered by the senate J Dodgers Victory Calliope In Couri 1J July 10 Dodgers Victory callippe its Reid doesnt like are In court Spencer made his fourth appears ance complain thajt the sour strands of Ebbets field music disturbed his afternoon Magistrate Abner ing that the Brooklyn ba club had no permit to directed Spencer to out a formal complaint of viosj lation of the sanitary I go to see the Dodgers said the I go there only to see a good If I want music I go td the philharmonic m POLK HOLDS FAIR fis Washing eggs removes the nat ural protective mucilaginous coat thereby hastening their dete July 10 JPhBplkij county fair secretary tert said today the fair will be hel August The usual fiveday fair1 has been cut to and the program will consist mainly of the AAAs farmers and 4H v Rhode Island is the most thickly populated state in the United with persons to tht square RED RYDER HAS TRACKED OME OF THE STOLEN Bv Fred Harman HI The Lookout HERES THE BIG eOYv LOO VJHOS ACROSS t BUT ViHERE THAT BOUGHT CUOIHES BE DEtNERED 1C THE LIKE TO SPENT PL ACE ti EL VISTA To PUEBLO DONALD DUCK WANTED ON THE PHONE YOU ARENT OUR ONLY 5UEST PATHROPE DONALD DUCK   

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