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   Portsmouth Times (Newspaper) - June 4, 1942, Portsmouth, Ohio                                POM8MOUTH TUIK8. OHIO THURBDAV. t Cincinnati Givesfrth 1 Pnning To 2ND WIN IN ROW IN LONG GAMES TAKEN BY PHILS Doubto By Pitcher Melton j Scores Decisive tally In Extended Tilt By Tkl Frill i CINCINNATI, June 4 T h e, Cincinnati pitching 11 a f f I ought to sue somebody. For one thing, they've lost sev- en of 10 extn-inning games played this yetr, and two of them in the past two days. After Tues- day1! l-to-0 10-inning defeat by the Phils, they suffered .ly hurt night in the same stretch, 2 to 1. Paul Derringer was the victim. Dan Murtaugh's double and three Hed errori made one Phil- adelphia run in the fourth, and a single and Pitcher Frank Melton's double the other In the 10th. A walk, a wild pitch and Ed- die Joost's double gave the Reds their only score in the fifth. Today's off day. The Boston Braves come tomorrow for six games, starting with a double- header. PBIIIU AB Hi CUttlnutl ABB II Winer.cf ..90 0 JoosU 3 C 1 i i o o 0 1 Mir.IwUj .301 o 0 Hui.l o z Red Pilot Dickering For New Outfielder CINCINNATI. June McKechnie, pilot, confided to local that boues are ready to close a deal tot one of the best-known outfitters in the National league. McCormick will not be ready for play again before Aug. l, MrKechnie has been informed. ____ THE PORTSMOUTH TIMES Swing Musk Hilps Team's lotting Drill CHARUSTON. 6. C., R ChMlHton Hebola ordered recorded t, South Atlantic baKbtll team's batting practki A noted that Rhodci teemed to believe hot licks on ter would beget hot licki at the plate. Minego's Sports Gossip MurUUflU Etun.l Brnlim.s -.300 0 300 0 OiVollnier.H .400 0 1 Derrlnger.p 901 iiWeit____000 Ibr-McC'm'k 1 0 0 Total! 35Hi! TotaU J3 1 for Lamtnno In loth. bSfttted for Dcrrinnr In 10th. PhlUdtlphU ooo 100 ooo 1-2 Clnctamtl ............000 010 008 Two-base Murlaugh, Ktttn, UcUon, Joost. RACE DATES CONFLICT COLUMBUS, June Downs horse race track of Cin- cinnati has asked the slate racing commission to approve July 18- Sept 7 for a 44-day meet. The dates conflict with the July 4-25 permit granted Ohio Sports En- terprises, Inc., for a meet .at Ham- ilton. State law provides that meets within 30 miles of each other must not confict. Hamil- ton is 23 miles from Cincinnati. QERMANS are repeating the promise that Field Marshal Hermann Goering made to them, that if an enemy plane ever reached Berlin lie would take oif hii coat and go to work. He must be down to his undies by t h! f time. Syl Johnidn of the futile Phils is 43 and is ready tor retirement. About every {brie he peels off his unnie to call it quits, along come the Reds, ho blanks them with perfect eaie and then he chalks up another successful season, Albert Brunner and Adam Trick were born on the name day of the month. March 23. Mr. Frick will be 75 in 1943 and he doesn't like it any too well, either. Sometimes a round of tbe hot spots land you in tbe cooler. The annual all-itar game in the Mountain State loop will be played on June 30 instead of July 17, if you happen to be interested. The league now takes on each game and how it does it in Hunt- ington no one ever .will know. Portsmouth m u be on its good behavior Lamped this headline: "Vice On Vacation." One of these days the war produc- tion board is going to get around to those hideous toeless shoes. Walter Alston's Springfield Red Birds are in the dark re- cesses of the Mid-Atlantic cellar, Walter ii hitting his usual quota of round trippers. Some gals awake in time to find they have married an old pill instead of what the doctor ordered. Wonder why they all pick on Libya? She's such a good kid. Max Marshall, Cincinnati's new outfielder was christened "Milo1'. All the oldtimers con- cede that Charley Gchringer of the Tjgers still can show Joe Gordon of the.Yankces how to play the keystone sack. Hemcmber we are telling you that Bert Shotton will be the flowers are those that people carelessly overlook the payment? Forget-me-nots. It toolc a girlie an hour to pick out a pair of slacks 'tothcr day. Now we know the meaning of alack time, Ernest Ernest lives on Gallla street In New Boston and we are in earnest. Those Red- Brooklyn games in Redlond next week should pack 'em in. Since Pete Reiser was put in new manager of ihe Cleveland Indians, who have gone into their ucual Uilspin. Shotton formerly piloted the Columbus Red Birds. __ Come to think about it you oun't buy a rhumba ducer a drink, She shako for it See where a sap jumped off a 30-foot wire Jor 30 c e n t s. Evi- dently falls for anything. Over in war-torn China-you can buy a wife for A good wife 'a worth every cent of it. Don't brag how good a man you are in a hotel lobby. There's always bell hop hanging around to take you up. Pete: Wot kind of aa .500 clip. barber, who has three-sweeties. Why the old clipper. Don't hand out too much soft You miy (Up 07 it. Two old cronies, Judge Nate Gilliland and Bill Questel, talk- ing it over. Mr. Questel says that the retired jurist made a "grave" mistake when he tripped over a tombstone and fell. Wot's this we hear about Henry Al- brecht being lost in Hyde park in Cincinnati? Unusual scene: N. B. Griffin buying a wire basket to hook on the front of his bike, which means he's off the old hike. Essen received the essence of the H. A. F. and fled PDU, Wonderful world when your side is winning. That'.i when we start grinning. PUBLINKS60LF TOURNEY IN OHIO IN SLIGHT MUSS Setting Qf Date To Allow War Workers To Compete Is Biggest Problem By tltJTZ HOWELL Associated Sports Writer COLUMBUS, June 14th annual public links golf championship is jiut a bit up in the air. There are two will be held at the Heatherdowni course in Toledo and all prizes will be in war bonds or but from there on everything is a tossup. Ray Pennell, executive secre- tary of the Ohio Public Links Golf auociation, problems still to be ironed out are the dates, the length of the tourna- ment and whether or not the feminine feature of the 'annual classic would be itagcd as usual. Time b Big .Worry To give the "pay-ai-you-plaj" d, boys Heard about a This is a Factory It is shut down. The raw materials it used are needed for war products. is a He is keeping the factory ma- chinery in shape until it can produce again. is For years, consumers looked for it when they bought the product of the factory. It is worth more to the manufacturer than his factory. their jobs, taking loo much time off iir. golfing, the tournament has al- j ways been held on a Saturday and Sunday, with the men travel- ing a 72-hole route and the wom- en 36. Some time ago Pennell sug- gested dates of Aug. 8 and 9 '.or this year, but the Toledo dis- .rict association, in making up its .942 program, found those dates unsuitable. The association an- nounced the meet would be hold June IB and 19, but since those dates fall on Thursday and Fri- lay, the association probably meant July 18 and Satur- day and Sunday. Anyway, the date hasn't been lettled, but probably rests bu- wcen the July 18-19 or the Aug. 1-9 weekends. Now a new prob- em crops up. Toledo officials, de- claring mnny of their Publink- sters are involved in defense fac- ;ory work, with most of them six-day schedule, said they thought the tourney should be limited to a single day with 3li holes of medal play. Women's Play Threatened Fennel! said he was willing to go along with that idea, since probably the same defense work situation prevailed all over the. state. That change, however, jeopardizes the fourth annual women's tournament, PC n n e 11 said in expressing doubt- thru the Heatherdowns course would care to tie up both its private and public layouts ior nn entire Sun- day. Original plans called for the women to play 18 holes Saturday morning, and IR Sunday after- noon, over the Healherciowns pri- vate course, while the mm would play 36 each day over the public layout, "he twin tournament could not be crowded on B single course, Pennell said, if played in a single day. "Perhaps we could play the men 38 holes over the public course, and the women 1C over the private course Sumby after- noon.'' Pennell said, ''thus cut- ting the tournament in half.'1 Pennell is contacting members of the executive board of tin? as- j snciation and hopes to j details ironed out in a fc-.v d.-iys. "Tberc'll be a he declared, "and I don't expect the entry list lu be cut much. Most of our boys and girls up' in automobiles to get there any- wny, so tire run! gnsnlino illfl wouldn't hur! us jiuicii.' Dick Rhyan of Columbus is the defending men's champion, Mrs. P. J. LinsiiT of SAM SNEAD, slammer from the hills, holds' the P. G. A. champions' cup he won at Atlantic City, defeat- ing Corporal Jim 2 and I, in their 38-hole final. Folks looked on Sam as a hard-luck player who never managed to win a major tour- nament. He won this one and then headed for Washington to enlist in the navy's phys- ical education program. CHISOX SIGN WADE NEW QORK, June Chicago White Sox have signed Southpaw Jake Wade, former major leaguer, to bolster their pitching staff. A native of More- head City, N. C., Wade was given his unconditional release by In- dianapolis of the American asso- ciation last year. GIANTS SIGN YOUNGSTER CHICAGO, June New York Giants have announced they have signed Tony Di Bar- tolo, an 18-year-old catcher just out of Jesuit High school in New Orleans. He will be carried as the Giants' 25th player and fourth catcher. LEADING PLAGE IN ASSOCIATION MEN BY BLUES 'Old Men' From Milwaukee Lose To Columbus, 8-0, And Drop Top Spot By The Anodittd mil Milwaukee was going great in the American association until statistician's released some data on' the increase in age of associa- tion players since the war started. It showed the league-leading Mil- waukee club with a flock of old men averaging 28.9 years, up next 'to the 30-year ancients of Indian- The Brewers showed the weight of their years last night and took an 8-to-O whitewashing from Co- lumbus. And Kansas City's in- fants (average age 25.9) promptly grabbed top spot by a half-a-game margin, with a double victory over Toledo, 5 to 2 and 6 to 4. Minneapolis absorbed a shut- oijt, 3 to 0, in a twilight game with Louisville, then took the second game, 4 to 1. Indianapolis grabbed seventh place by handing St. Paul its seventh straight licking, 4 to 1. ATHLETIC HEAD PICKED MARIETTA, June K. CaUahan, for the last 11 years assistant coach at Marietta High school, today was named director of athletics at Marietta college, succeding Frank L. Hayes who re- signed to enter the army air corps. The new athletic director is a graduate of Fairmont (W. Va.) State Teachers college. EVERY ONE COUNTED Old baseball rules provided that when a ball WES lost a team was given five minutes to find it before a new ball could be brought into play. NEW COACH APPOINTED NEW CONCORD, O., June 4-- Al W. BaUlar, at New Concord Hi.eh school won championships of the Muskingum Valley league In all major spoils this year, lias been named neid football coach of the Fight- ing Mutkie at Muskingum college to succeed Howard Kueell. Baiiler was graduated from Muskingum college in 1935 after a brilliant career on the campus and in sports and coached a year at Midway, Pa., before returning to New Concord, NOT UNUSUAL FOR HIM Eddie Owcar, University of Alabama pitcher, has won six no- [lit, no-run games since his high school days began in 1937. His most recent against Missis- sippi. had eclipsed the feminine field thu last two years. Firestone SPECIAL FRI.... SAT. CAR WASH AND Lubrication Regular Only You Save 81c We Call For and Deliver Your Car (Complete On-.Stop Service) is a Newspaper Like inE 11.1 i-vt-p tin- lr rnanut'.i; Then iht- j: car. kor-p the plant from foll- >i Kcii'iM-mi-nts like this -td will until the T. i ii'Tinnl pr.'duotion. i'  Erie won. i came the first team defeat the Senates Wlc, i, row. Springfield and ion split double header, thi> Cirdmais is-. ing the opener, 2 'i, ar.d Ca-'. ton the nightcap, 5 to 2. 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