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Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1957, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania PAGE FOUR THi DAILY NiWS MUNVINGPON AND MOUNT UNION fAv MAV II 1917 Campanella Newcombe Star In 60 Victory MACS On The Level By MA1LAND Editor Three young area basebal are currently in the midst of making good in the minor leagues Charles Buckwheat Secrest of Mount Union Gary Willison of Saxton and Rex Rupert of Petersburg are wefl into the 1957 season the latter two in the same league Secrest the exCaptain Jack flychaser Is playing Class B ball with Abilene in the Big State League Texas while Willison and Rupert are members of clubs in the Northern League a Class C circuit Both are pitchers but havent faced each other as mound opponents as yet Willison hurls for Duluth Superior in the Northern circuit while Rupert has been tossing them plateward for Grand Forks in the same league Secrest 3s going like a ball of fire in Texas and a sportswriter in Abilene has gone so far compare the Mount Union slugrger to the New York Yankees fabulous Mickey Mantle even to the point of Charlies resembling the triple crown winner in ap pearance Now in his third year of organ ized baseball Buckwheat is cur rently napping the ballat a 317 clip for Abilene and hasnt been under the 300 mark yet this sea son According to Don Oliver of the Abilene ReporterNews Secrest is one of the teams most popular players in many years due to nis hustle afield Oliver relates an incident that happened last year when Seorest sparked Seminote of the Sooner State League to the championship Buckwheat took off at the crack of the running backwards and apparently didnt notice the board fence in his chase of the ball in deep center field He crashed through it and then to the enjoy ment of tiie crowd came streak ing back through the same hole with the home run ball Oliver says Secrests style of play from the old school of baseball including his timely hitting Pepper Martin head slides and leaping outfield catches might duplicate in the big leagues but they sure wont be topped And the Abilene scribe feels the Kansas City As pupil isnt too far away from the big time Secrest is still awaiting further word on his draft status which could interrupt what looks like a brilliant baseball future Willison the former Saxton Liberty frreballer has returned to mound duty in his third year in organized baseball In a recent game he pitched his Duluth Superior team to a 10 victory and allowed only two hits Gary regarded as one of the Chicago White Soxs prize pupils kept Duluths win streak going with that victory the teams fifth in a row and also scored the whining run Rupert who is returning to the minor leagues after a hitoh in the armed forces is now the property of the Pittsburgh Pirates He played in the Phillies farm system prior to going with the In bis first Mason but rather Is given a chance to prove himself No less than seven new school records have been set at Hunting don in the past four years of track and field Three of the marks the 440 broad jump and high jump altered this sea son At present the oldest record on the HHS books is in the mile relay The team of Ed Sergeant John Harris Fred McNeaL and Max Shaffer set a standard in 1942 in the District Six Meet Ironically the 1957 relay team broke this record in the District Meet last week but it didnt count since the Bearcats finished third and only the first two positions were timed Leftovers Bob Janus head football and wrestling coach at Bald EagleNittany has resigned from the Clinton County school and plans to attend college for work on his masters degree and perhaps land an assistants job in football Janus guided the Eagles to an unbeaten season in football and had a 1311 record in wrestling during the last school term Bald EagleNittany will be an opponent of Captain Jack in both football and wrestling next Headings of Mount Union Is a member of the University of Miamis freshman track team After a successful tour of duty In the Navy where he gained several track honors the Mount Union distance star chose Miami over several other southern schools bidding for his services In a recent freshman meet he coppedthe twomile run Again this year the Hunting don County Game Pish and Forestry Assocation will host the Pennsylvania State Skeet Cham pionships at Shenecoy Field Dates for the statewide affair are June 28 29 and 17 regional and interdistrict basket Sail games in all three classifica tions this past season the PIAA took in a grand total of on paid admissions which isnt hay The net receipts how ever were of which the PIAA took slice and went to the schools participating Only one game among the 17 lost Buccos Rex son of the f amed King Rupert of Petersburg is chuck ing for the Grand Forks N Chiefs in the Northern League which includes clubs in Minne sota Wisconsin the Dakotas and Canada A brother of Rex young Dick Rupert has returned home after spending three weeks with the Giants system in spring training He is also a pitcher It will be Interesting to learn if this summer turn up as opponents mound Notre Dames football team will have a Huntingdon County flavor next fall Tim McGarvey son of a former Mount Union resident has been named as sistant trainer of the Fighting Irish gridders The 20yearold beingthe Foster TownshipDela ware Valley Class C regional semifinal at WilkesBarre The IVilliamsburgSykesville interdis trict game at Juniata College grossed and only the state final between Fleetwood and Williamsburj at Reading drew a bigger gate in Class C grossing of Juniata Colleges track and field team put on the feed bag the other evening at Allensville The Indian tbin clads may not have had the best track team in the land but they dont take a back seat to anyone when chicken and waffles are on the and Johnstown will again train for the 1957 football season at Huntingdon County sites The Golden Tigers will again make the Methodist Training Camp at Newton Hamil ton their headquarters while Johnstown will be at the YMCA Cantp near Entriken once more an opponent of Juniata in basketball will com pete in the annual Carrousel Tournament at Char next December The Bisons are one of eight teams in To Appear In Huntingdon Ted Kroll winner of last years Tarn World Championship will give an exhibition Friday May 31 at the Hunt ingdon Country Club The public is invited to seo tbe links In action Besselinkls Leader In Kansas City Open Kay A New York pro with delicate ting touch Al Besselink of Gros singer iportftd a lead today the third round itarted in City Open a him a 117 total seven blows under par at the halfvay mark in this 72hole affair at Hillcrest Country Club Veteran Iloyd Apple Valley had a 199 total Bob Rosburg San Francisco who mastered Hillcrettt tricky rolling greens for the opening round lead with 67 to 73 in the tecmd round Favored Doug Ford 1887 Mae tors champion and PGA titlist Jackie Burke also had 140 totals and were regarded M strong con tenders Bunched at 141 defending champion Bo Wininger Odessa former Open Champ Ed Furgol St Andrews Jer ry Barber Los Angeles Bill Cas per Bohita and Al Balding Islington Canada U S Team Uik San Antonio May The U S A team led Mexi co potats to as the six fa the international modern champion ships went into the flaai event today the cross country run in the fiveday fiveevent competition IN FRIDAY FIGHT Washington May Virgil Akins following his Impressive thirdround TKO Friday night over young Jimmy Beecham today da manded a title bout with welter weight king Carmen Basilto But Beecham and his manager Angela Dundee fumed at the de cision and clamored for an imme diate Beecham a native of Philadel phia who now makes his home in Miami was up at the count of but Referee Marty Galla gher the fight They shouldnt have stopped It after only one Beech am said angrily But Gallagher said Beecham dazed and his eyes were star ing straight Akins of St Louis said he through fighting lightweights and middleweigbts His manager Ed Yawitz complained he has not been able to book enough welter bouU because no vants to take him Ted Kroll To Give Exhibition At Huntingdon Course Next Friday The Huntingdon Country Club will play host to one of the biggest golfing names ever to visit an area golf course on Fri day afternoon May 31 when Ted Kroll Is billed for an exhibition and clinic Kroll who won the world championship Tarn OShanter last year and a first prize is appearing at the Huntingdon course through the courtesy of the George S May Company promoters of the tournament The Huntingdon Chamber of Com merce is sponsoring the May 31 event In addition to playing an 18iole bxbibition KroU will hold a golf clinic starting at 1 p which will last from 30 to 45 minutes After the match he will be avail able at an informal gettogether for a question and answer period and will autograph pictures and golf balls In addition to being a veteran golfer with a brilliant record Kroll is a personable Imksman who has drawn huge followings wherever he has played The year 1956 was Krolls most productive and as of September 1 he had chalked up in earnings as the leading money winner In addition to winning the world championship at Tarn OShanter he was the first place finisher in the Tucson Open Houston Open and Seminole Pro Amateur and runnerup in the PGA Championships Seminole Pro Division Palm Beach invitational and Insurance City Open In 1955 he pocketed ay winning the Philadelphia Daily News Open finishing sec ond in the Los Angeles Open and Snishing in a second place tie for he Miller Open He won 60 in 1954 as the Seminole Pro Amateur champ was Western the field and will be heading sec south after spending two holidays m tte Baton Rouge at the Hofstra College Christmas Kro11 won the National Cele Tournament in New York Ibrities Tournament in 1953 was The Pittsburgh Pirates will hold m the El Paso Op en 1 Cleveland 4nH JITlrf H 4Jjtrl NtiW York two tryout camps in Western Pennsylvania next month The first is set at Charleroi on June Harrisburg resident is a and 14 and the second at New more at Noire Dame He is a 17 and 18 Both of Mr and Mrs Raymond S be under the direction of Rex Garvey of Harrisburg and his Bowen director of the Buccos father was graduated from MountIscoutuiS and Ray Welsh Union High Schopl in 1922 Hisiarea supervisor uncle Clarence JHcGarvey is still a resident of Mount Union Enthusiasm is running high for the appearance of the famed Ted Kroll at the Huntingdon Country Club next Friday afternoon A large gallery is expected to see the Tanv OShanter champ in his exhibition and also to attend the clinic he will hold preceding the match Aside from being a tonotch golfer and the leading money winner last year Ted is a pleasant and popular fellow off the links On them he is deadly serious and extremely deliberate He doesnt show off and he wears standard golf attire of con servative tone In high school Kroll was a member of the New York state championship New Hartford High basketball team The feeling in Lock Haven Is that the school board made a good choice in the naming of Don iMalinak as head football coach Lock Haven fans have been any thing but sympathetic with tijc football setup at the Bobcat school for the past few years and are hoping the SteeHon native will be given a fair shake If the right vacancy is created on the present faculty Malinak will be permitted to pick one assistant of his choice The reaction In Mount Union is very Jack lost a topnotch man and it isnt going to be easy to replace and Darlings Open and tied secondin the Phoenix Open Wilmington Open and All Ameri can Open to earn feat year He won both the San Diego Open and Insurance City Open hi 1952 was runnerup in the Motor City Open and tied for second in the National Celebrities Tournament for winnings amounting to He finished third in the AUAmerican Open for a total prize purse of in 1951 and was runnerup in tine Canadian Open in 1950 earning for the year when he first started hitting the tournament trail A purple heart veteran of World War II Krolls biggest feat in golfdom was winning the fabulous Tarn OShanter He not only conquered a starstudded field in golfs richest tournament but did it to such a brilliant fashion that he equalled the 72hole record for the event with a blazing 15underpar 273 the previous mark having been set in 1951 The 37yearold swinger had just missed top honors in the National Open and PGA And Raystown Win In Softball won sixth straight game without a loss by rapping VFW 154 and Raystown got back in the win column with a 12S decision over Ardeaheiin in City Softball League games last evening Giacobellos pounded out 12 base hits including two homers Hughes while Buck Hughes held the Yets to just four hits all singles Eight in the thirt was the big frame for the winners Raysiown got off to a fast stan led 102 after three innings play in its tilt with Ardenheim The winners collected 14 base hits to Ardenheims four Bach tocun had three errors VFW ABRHI lb i i r last August hi Chicago The p 3 0 0 C nerved Kroll was asked how If 4 1 i t 3b 4 0 1 2b 3 o 0 C gallery of persons over the Tarn course and ss 3 o 0 1 replied I the crowd rf 3 i ic everything I When Kroll appears at the 28 4 4 6 AB R H I R Hughes c 4 l I t ingdon Country Club which Hardy 2b 3 l i c Hughes 3b 4 a 2 winning the Tarn OShanter Hughes cf 4 2 2 public is cordially invited to Suyder If 4 1 0 Thompson Ib 2 3 1 c There will be no Bookwalter rf 1 0 1C with Sheldon Dore club champion Harold Dore club pro and Blair Miller past club 32 IS 12 2 Johnson W Hughes D Hughes 2 W Hughes 6 Decker 1 W Hughea 4 Decker 3 HOP W Hughes 4 Decker 12 WP Major League STANDINGS American Hughes Docker Score By Innings VFW 220 000 4 GiacobelJos 128 004 15 Umpires Glbbcmey P Day Kaystown AB R HE D Banks Ib 5 2 2 l w L Pet Hart c 523 l Parks ss p 4 3 2 0 Fagan if 3 o Q Q Detroit n IK si cf 4 i 2 o County Sports Card Hurricane 41 Underdog For Patterson Bout New York May 25 In 15 rounds Ill chase him into the can challenger Tommy Hurri cane Jackson said today Shrugging off the odds that make him a 41 underdog for hisi newly signed July title fight with heavyweight champion FJoyd Patj terson Tommy recalled I was vVost End comin on strong at the finish ofj Date 12 with him last side vs Vo m i jj Huntingdon Little LcaS oddsman Eddie vs Pirates Borden quotes younj Patterson a vs Dodders BASEBALL College at Juniata at Upsala at Elizatethtown vs Juniata County League Springs at Cnlvln Dudley at Saltlllo Shade Gap at Mill CreeK Mapleton Idle Gap at Dudley at Dudley Sal tlllo at Three Springs Mill Creek at Mapleton Shade Gap Idle Springs at Dudley Calvin nt SaltlHo Mapleton at Shade Gap Mill Creek idle City End vs South Side Kansas City 515 424 400 257 firm to favorite and a 75 choice out the Hurricane in their championship fight at the Bravfis vs cards Polo Grounds in the last week of July Promoter Emil Lence also laughed down the odds and de clared the PattersonJackson title nght such a terrific attraction vs Braves vs Pirates vs Phillies vs Braves Mount Union Uttle League vs Yanks Giants vs Phillies p m SOFTBAU City vs Jewelry at Blairs Field Raystown vs Police Pals at West End Jewelry vs Giaco nt Blairs Field Police vs w vAifffuu gamble and show it on theatreTV instead of homeTV T at xsiarrs ri Lence has guaranteed Patterson VFW at west End about and Jackson about1 Jewelry from the minimum at 000 he can accept from any brand of TV according to the contracts signed Friday Patterson 22 won a split 12 decision over the Hurricane Square Garden Swartz Raystown at West End Olaeobellos vs Ardenheim at Mount Union DateJ vs VFW at Blairs Krol Exhibition at Huntingdon Country Club SaturdayJunlataAlumnl Tourna ment at Juniata 17 16 14 19 Baltimore 12 IS Washington 9 26 Fridays Remits New York S Washington 1 Detroit at Kansas City night ppl Cleveland 4 Chicago 3 Boston 4 Baltimore 3 night Todays Ironahle Pitcucrs Detroit at Kansas City Foytack 32 vs Garver Chicago at 21 vs Wynu Boston at 02 or Porterfield 01 TS Loes Washington at New 32 vs Shautz Sundays Gamcj Detroit at Kansas City Chicago at Cleveland 2 Boston at Baltimore 2 Washington at New York 2 National League W L Pet GB Cincinnati 23 II 676 Milwaukee 19 n 533 2 Brooklyn 19 11 633 2 17 13 561 4 14 17 452 14 19 424 Chicago 9 19 321 11 Pittsburgh 8 22 267 13 Fridays Results Chicago 5 MlltvauKee 1 Brooklyn 6 New York 0 Philadelphia 7 Pittsburgh 3 night St Louis 9 Cincinnati 6 night Todays Probable Pitchers Now York at 33 vs Podres Plttsourgh at Wright 3b Rupp rf 05 vs Cardwell 20 or Haddlx Milwaukee at 21 7s Kaiser St Ixnils at Cincinnati nlfiht Schmidt 21 vs Lawrence 41 or Nuxhall Sundays Games New York at Brooklyn Pittsburgh it Philadelphia 2 MllnrUkec at Chicago 2 St Louis at Cincinnati National Meet Set Cincinnati May Na tional Leagues annual summer meeting will be held in Chicago next Tuesday Txsague PresHent Warren C Giles announced to day 000 2 0 1 0 Muckle p 4 l 2 1 Total Ardenheim 35 12 14 3 Dysard p I T Keppler ss 4 Merrltts cf p 3 R Keppler 3 C Carson 3b 4 Everhart Ib 4 T Carson c 2 J Carson 2b 3 T Skipper rt l B Skipper l Total AB R H E 210 002 I 0 111 000 000 000 100 100 26 6 4 3 Wright Pull Within MTOWN POSTS 30 CITY LEAGUE WIN McGpnnellstown opened Its 1957 City Baseball League season last night by shutting out West End 30 ia a sixinning contest at Blairs Field It was West Ends second de feat In as many this sea son McCoonellstown scored three runs hi the sixth to break a score deadlock The winners col lected singlej by Darrell States and D Hoffman plus two errors a walk passed ball and wild pitch John Mullen went the route on e hill winners fanning 11 batters and issuing just three bits all singles Sparky Price tossed for West End and gave up five hits plus fanning three D Hoffman had two hits hi three trips for the winners while no West End player collected more than one safety AB R H E D Hess U 4100 D States 4 0 1 C J MuUen p 4 o 1 C D rjghtner 3010 A WatklnB 3 0 0 C D Speck 3b 2100 H DIckson l l o 0 D Hoffman 2b 3 o 2 C Unlnser Ib 2 o V0 Total West End 26 3 540 AB R Sclalabba 201 Learner ES 3 o 0 Stever 20 0 Long 101 E Price c 300 B Price 3 0 0 muter 201 Hammers If 100 cf 2 0 0 Gutshall rl 100 Bohm rt 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Total 22 0 3 7 2 Price 3 2 Price 4 3 Price 5 Score By Innings McConnellstowix 000 West End 000 Umpires Fagan Clark STANDINGS South Side McCon nellstown VFW Moose West End W 1 1 1 0 0 Games Of Lead Campy Hits 2 Newk Wins 4th BT United PMM Two kmgtfene to first place bmohtog for weakhittinir and blasted two returned to ttie f drive in four to d0 struck out six didnt walk a batter and scattered nine hits in pitching his sixth straight complete game and registering ifs fourth victory Oampanella hit both bis homers off loser Johnny Antonelli while Carl Furillo added another off Giant reliever Steve Rldzik The victory moved the Dodgers into a secondplace tie wJth Mil waukee two games behind the firstplace Redlegs who bowed to the Cardinals 96 Friday night The Cubs licked the Braves 5 and the Phillies defeated the Pi rates 73 Indians Up Cleveland climbed to within two games of the American League lead by snapping the White Sox ninegame winning streak 43 Boston beat Baltimore by the same 43 score the Yankees mauled the Senators 81 and rain caused postponement of the De City contest The Cards snapped a fivegame losing streak in their victory over the Redlegs but they got a scare in the ninth when Cincinnati ral lied for four runs Reliever Larry Jackson posted his fifth victory al though Hoyt Wilhelm was the one who finally put the Redlegs fire out Rookie outfielder Frank Ernaga playing in his first major league game homered in his first trip to the plate for the Cubs and fol lowed with a triple off loser War ren Spahn to help trip the Braves Moe Drabowsky went the route for Chicago The Phillies used home runs by Chico Fernandez Rip Repulski Granny Hamner and Willie Jones to hand the Pirates their nth de feat in the last 14 games Bob Friend the laser gave up the first three homers while Luis Ar royo was nicked for Jones cir cuit Rookie Jack Sanford record ed his fifth victory Rocky Colaviio drove in three of Clevelands four runs againsi Chicago even though he got only one hit a single His single drove in Bobby Avila with the winning run in the seventh and he also walked to force in a run in the first and hit a sacrifice fly in the Bob Lemon started for Cleveland but was forced to leave the game with a severely strained leftthigh in the seventh Reliever Dick Tomanek was the winner and Bill Fischer the loser Lapse Beats Orioles Pitcher Art Ceccarellis eighth inning mental lapse enabled the L Pet 0 o 0 1 000 2 000 DeMarco Rates Slight Choice Boston May 25 DeMar co woodenfaced former welter weight champ was a slight bet ting favorite over fancystepping Walter in Iheir 10round fight tonight at the Garden The odds at weighin time today 108 in favor of the rough little brawler from the North End This bothered the cocky dapper Byars not one bit The only thing I wonder said Byers ninthranking welterweight is whether Ill out box Tony or end it with a knock DeMarco now is rated the No 1 welterweight contender If Basilic wins the middleweight title from Sugar Ray Robinson DeMarco would be in a choice spot to re gain his crown Big League LEADERS Keppler Parks 4 D Parks 5 10 Merrtts 4 Muckle 1 D Parks 3 Score By Innings Raystown 424 Oil ArdenhPim 002 022 6 STANDINGS Gfacobellos Raystown Swartz Jewelry VFW Ardenheim Police Pals W 6 0 4 1 Pet Plafer Club Robinson Clu Aaron Milw Groat Muslal St L Bailey Gin Pet Red Sox to score the rw against the Orioles With one ov3 and runners on first and third the eighth Gene Stephens hit easy grounder back to the mound Ceccarelli tossed the ball to first retiring Stephens but Dick Gernerl raced home with the deciding run Later Ceccarelli explained saw a gray uniformed figure1 holding third base He thought was Gernert But it was Boston third base coach Jack Burns Jim Brideweser hit hfe first ma or league homer in the fifth wJUi two on to account for all ot the Orioles runs Dee Delock was winner in relief of Frank Sullivan Tom Sturdivant pitched foun hitter to beat the M On Yankees snapped out of their bat ting slump with 13 hits including a tworun homer by Andy Carey Southpaw Chuck Stofobs the Wasi ington starter was knocked out h the third inning and the brought his season record to 09 He has lost 14 straight games mg back to last September Phillies Sink Cardinals 241 The Fhfflles win column with bang In ttw Huntingdon Little League evening by romping to a 241 cision over the Cardinals It was the winners first fafc umph in two starts whtte two straigW The Phillies collected ten hiU and the losers five but eight errors hurt the Cards Eleven runs in the second in nmg broke the Cardinals Hess c Morder p WlbJe it Hal 2b AB R HI 3 0 0 3 0 1 t Gehrett ss Smltners 3b Saltzraan 3b Powell Pagan rf Walker ir 53 Brulla ss Total Phillies Learner Spccfc rr Hawkins o Dlckson c If 1 Burner Querry cf o Robb 4 Hess 3b Bos Pox Chi Mantle N Y Bcrtola Dct Wertz Cleve American League League AB R H 139 28 50 360 J36 32 48 333 120 16 42 350 129 19 45 349 105 22 3fi 343 J03 23 43 109 22 3S 98 23 35 417 358 337 105 11 37 352 104 20 35 337 OQO Home Runs uv National League TJrrAittm Braves n XriMoon Cards 9 7 Mathfews 7 American League Williams 10 Slevers 9 Zernial Athletics 8 Milan Italy May Mantle 7 Humex Heavy Choice Hiiinez of France with a possi ble shot at the world champion ship riding on hi was heavily favored to defeat Italo Scortichim of Italy in their 15round bout tonight for th European middleweight title Favored In Doubles National League Runs Batteri In Furillo Dodgers 31 Aaron Braves 29 Robinson 25 Caracas Venezuela May 23 f II surprised Friday when Venezuela won one of the two opening singles matches was heavily favored to win to days doubles match in the best offive series in the Davis Cup tennis American zone second round Post Redlegs 24 American League Slevers 27 Doby White 24 Jensen Red Sox 22 Wertz 21 Simpson 21 Zemlal Athletics 21 Mlnoso White Sox 21 Pitching Trucks Athletics 50 Maas 61 Gomez ji Acker Redlegs 51 Sanford Phila 51 Wilson White 51 Jackson Cards 51 Subscribe for Daily News per copy V 40 Cars Ready For Final 500 Time Trials Indianapolis May 25 About 40 streamlined roadsters were expected to be pushed to the starting line today as the final time trial weekend for next Thurs days 500mile auto race opened under threatening skies The parade of powerful ears wai led by those of national champion Jimmy Bryan and Paul Russo but the weathermen held the trump as he did last week Only nine cars were qualified in the rainshortened first weekend and forecasters held out little hope for improved weather conditions If the program goes off on schedule Bryan will be first on the starting line when the green flag is raised The original forecast of possible showers by this afternoon or eve ning was revised to scattered showers daylong and the outlook forSunday wasnt any better If rain prevents completion of the 33car lineup for the annual Memorirl Day classic qualifica tions will be extended to Monday or Tuesday if necessary Russos Novi was considered the best bet to shatter the one and fourlap records of and m respectively set by Pat Flaherty last year Score To Leave Hospital Soon Cleveland May 25 Pitcher Herb Score showing improvement daily is expected to be released from Lakeside Hospital early next week to begin the road back to the firing line Eye specialist Dr Charles Thomas said Herb should be able to leave the hospital between Mon day and Wednesday of next The specialist added that vision tests will be completed by that time The tests will determine how much if any loss of sight will result from Score being struck in the face by a batted ball The accident occurred May while the young southpaw was on the hill against the New York Yankees 0 1 0 23 H GOES If Westbrook c Snare s Reed 2b 022 Oeirner 2b 3 i o Total 31 24 10 2 DIckson Robb Goes Powelk 7 Morder 1 Orov 1 3 Morder 7 Grove S Morder 5 Grove 5 W Scor By Innings Phillies Umpires McCune Miller STANDINGS W L Pci Pirates i o iM Phillies i i 50 Cubs 0 l 00 Cardinals 03 00 Braves 0 0 00 Ski Expert Injured Portland May 25 wealthy New York financier and ski expert fractured ankle bones of his right cident on the Friday in an ac slopes of IV 205 Schedule of Attractions Thru MEMORIAL DAY MAT 3 BIG CARS East vs CHAMPIONSHIP RACE MAY 26 1 P M Rain Date from May 19 24 Fastest Cars Start in Terrifi 50Lap LUCKY LUX MEMORIAL FEATURE Als Motorcycies 100 Riders 8 Big Event Same Low Prices for This Big DoubleHeader Every Friday nt S P M School Day Saturday May 15 Free for AH School Children Midge Races Sat Night May P M Terrific Field of Cars FIREWORKS foot Mt Hood 62 miles eait of i And Free Attractions MEMORIAL DAY MAY 30 Bring the Family and Enjoy th Day and Relax at the Races o in the Amusement Park Rides Shows Amusement A 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