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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Albuquerque, New Mexico A Rune 5. J344albuquerque journal rage a Navy noses out pirates 2-1, Lead a of league Phillies Stop league leading cardinals 1-0 reds take pair from Boston pirates Batter giants for two Philadelphia june 4 Bill Lee pitched a two hit shutout a the Phil in stopped the league leading St. Louis Cardinal i to 0, in the second game of a doubleheader sunday after dropping the opener i to 2. A crowd of 23,000 Watt Phillies scored in the Sec end inning when Charley Letch singled Bob Findley v picked and Andy schmick singled to left Lee v. Do fanned two had errorless support. The game ended the cards four in me series Here in the card a favor 3 to i. In the first game the red Birds hopped it i bespectacled Charley Sedan no hts Handelt Rookie for a run in the first inning and added three More in pie second boilermaker Boss i by Jack Sords Bot in it i i oui to a r it a r h Jan up of a a 4 0 o oar is i i 0 i tips till. 3 0 to i j it Lier i n 0 Adams of. 4 u i a 0 i North r 3 i i a frs. La t 0 Brin in Lek 1 t it in a i 0 0 Stewart sri 4 of a j i k if Al. 30 2 1 Lunk a i4 0 a j is Ion a a i jul Len. So 0 0 i by ii 2 b. 4 0 i x we cd 0 i i c Lur new it. P 1 it. Kail. A. 0 i i i 0 0 xxx i. C a 2 b i 0 0 j r , O 0 of to a 1 a i i Kirin a 0 j Chan n. 2 a o to Clit i a 0 Cov a to r 0 a 0 tots a. 2 2 6 in Ted f r j i n 1th. X is of Vav. I 11 i in dts pc cd but tut Angton in xxx Pat a it r a a Lisarte a i v. Baseball results National Leal e Nev Brooklyn. Chicago 6-8 called in 10th. Cincinnati 1-7 Boston 0-3 St. Louis 1-0 Philadelphia. 2-1 american Feagle new York 6-3 Cleveland 4-1 Boston 1-3, Detroit 2-1. Washington 5-1 Chicago. 6-9 Philadelphia. 1-3 St. Louis. 3-4 International Leach e Montreal 8-1 Newark 4-3. Syracuse 3-8, Buffalo 8-10. Toronto 1-0 Jersey City 2-1 Rochester 3-8 Baltimore 2-5 american Louisville Assn. 11-11 Kansas Cecil Isbell i93s-i937 Stark Conj my Lse Ider ode Cem amp a mosta Accra it amp Passas of a klewmeapcoctb4ll. Coach at pc out Civ Erst s0ccbtoi4e Etc amp a bump Mam who Ceste up Yankees reach first division by trimming cards doubleheader closes first Quarter play tuesday night the Navy regained undisputed first place in the g. I. League Herr sunday afternoon As Sailor Bill Rice former Western Assn pitch j or stemmed the hard fighting pirates 2-1 before More than 2000 j fans at to Rig Ley Park. It no sooner had Rice posted a three hit Gam than Hank Weaver of the Mot rid for the Yankees n the second half of the doubleheader to defeat Clarence Beers and his cardinals 6-1 with another three hit performance. The v in put the up and coming yanks into the fir division. Hire \ a. Jones Rice took on plenty of Competition for a pitching Duel in the opener when he hooked up with Tim pirates Casey Jones who Olds the strikeout record of the a nit Jones pitched three in no of no hit Ball before two errors Ai a single brought in the Navy s first score. I pirates retaliated in the co St Leach i it Iii in like fashion with Sandy i Sacramento 2< Milam scoring after a hit and two infield Bobbles. But the new i Portland. 3-4, Seattle got the big run across in the or a Kame 15 innings sixth. Ryder singled to right.1 san Francisco 1-3 let Quot Quot ring on Tom Mil k s triple,�1 j the Only hit of the Hollywood 7-3 Oakland i ame Milam Kennedy and a Nee ,0? the Only Saf blows Chi Auto 7 of it suspect record crowds see Clovis Rodeo Jack skip North wins calf roping Senate House vie on two Bills j i Speed Pearl Harbor Price control action u. S. Submarines punching harder in Continuo it Obi emf of the Senate revolves around 37.4 japanese ships Down every month outlaw trams rata Oma Campaign on Japan ability to Clovis. June 4 the two. Day mounted patrol Rodeo closed j Pittsburgh 9-7 new York. I-1 Harp saturday night after show 5-8n8 to record breaking Clouds each performance and with top an Inte dment by senator Bank Supply her overseas bases naval head d., Ala and associates j communiques n the past five which would tie the Price of Rawi months have credited submarines Cotton to the ceilings on finished i witl1 destruction of 21 enemy textiles. Tankers. Adding to Japan s woes British submarines since january have cowhand turning in noteworthy exhibitions. Jack skip North of Clovis won City 4-2 Toledo 9. Minneapolis 16 Sec Ond game Ppd rain. Indianapolis 3-2 Milwaukee 20-4. Columbus i St Paul i game called 17 2-3 innings rain second game Ppd Xii Thern Assn. Memphis 12-0 Atlanta 5-2. Knoxville 0-14 Birmingham 3-4. New Orleans ii Nashville 5-6. Little Rock 3-3 Chattanooga. 6-4. Tho calf roping average with i Troy Bort of Lovington second. Chairman Wagner a n. A a Btu Bemar and Bill j la Senate banking committee Keller fourth. Predicted that if the amendment. Troy fort won first Money in vv1l cd h a culled a obviously Infra the team tying average with on hrs remained in the Bill Roy Lewis of House n. M. Sec amp tent Roosevelt would Eto end. And Guy Wharton Floyd . That possibility May have taking first honors in the calf i a portent bearing on the efforts roping for the last Day were some legislators to set Urs a Troy fort first Jack Skipworth mar Mirr fees which would per second splinter Dorris Clovis Mil members to attend the a and Roy Lewis fourth. If Quot id political conventions saturday s winners in team 1 �?T�?Ti1 co Home j tying were Troy fort first j. I a a or a Dent a. To Days to Shaw Grady second and Cut j or vf>1� legislation after it Smith Clovis . Reaches his a. And the Proba Wynn cars in the Bull dogging Arr that u my i a 8 for a a vents saturday were Earl Moore first shorty Matlock second and Hump Halsey. Fit least before Congress gets together on the final form on the opa Bill. San Diego. 15 Sec Angeles. 50. Series of fires causes heavy California loss . Tile Bull dogging average a won by Matlock with Moore second and Carl Satterfield Clovis . Jobob James of Dalhart Tex j Pittsburg Cal. June 4 i won saturdays bronc Riding Dos Federal Bureau of laves Money w Ith Marion rom and ligation agents sunday were in-1 Lay Mason Ross won first in ventilating a series of 13 fires the average with Mason second which plagued the City of Pitts and j. O. James . Burg saturday. Winning three of the fire were Burn-1 saturday Bull rider the Money a Ere Emil a Arv j. B Hunter Phe Reynolds John k no and Nick Miller. First come from behind twice to i a Nightcap by margin of one run m i is Oft hey k Ira and fat t a i in. Bam 2 m ii it Timpert int off. St. Lot is. June 5 apr coming from behind twice the St. Lout brow a won the final game of a Dou he header from Tho Philadelphia athletics sunday i to 3 and held their precarious position atop the americas league race. Philadelphia won the first contest i to it. I the Browns gave the athletic. A 1 three runs in the opener on or re Grove Humphries 4matrons. Buck Newsom received Elberger log and Tafesh. Credit for his fourth Victory but Homer Washington Gas Rice the line score Ruf Navy too Igi 0 -2 4 3 pirates. Too too 0 i 3 2 r Ltd it and Milik Jone and Foyle tanks tart off tear i in 5 Yankee sealed be . Doom held for investigation a 28-Yearold Albuquerque Man j wag arrested by City police Herr i saturday Aud turned Over to the i District attorney s office in connection with investigation of ear theft. Carlos Sisneros Chi tru t at j Torney investigator reported Nightcap the card a Pitcher the automobile a i u. I found i my simultaneously in the town while a conflagration was totally destroying the huge Redwood in the average was Reynolds manufacturers co. Mill with an with speck to ton second and estimated fix of $2,400,000. Avary Hunter. King and in a backed flames fed from tile Miller splitting Money j$400,000 Supply of lumber in the t 1 Mills too Ane Yards sunday women dig in were spreading toward the co Lumbia steel Plant and the nearby chalked up 19 successful attack on japanese shipping mostly on the Burma Supply route. Tho total wartime a catch Quot in far Eastern and Pacific Waters of United nations submarine. 8 i other than american is upward r a a of 50 enemy vessels including at least six warships. Most observers believe the present rate of sinking More than one 110 enemy ship daily reflects mounting skill and experience of u. S. Naval personnel in waging offensive undersea warfare plus the rapid wartime growth of the submarine Fleet. While the daily average has not attained the spectacular three ship a Day record compiled by Axis a boats in the Battle of the Atlantic Early in 1942, it has been achieved against relatively fewer targets in Ocean spaces several times larger than the Atlantic. Naval sources have credited american submarines with Tho destruction of 2,500,000 tons of japanese shipping. Against this record announced losses since Pearl Harbor have been 23 u. S. Undersea Craft two receive minor hurts in Accident in the first inning of the he retired in favor of Jitter Joe . E 2-s f e 2 i per \ it s Poi no my pitchers new York. J Pittsburgh pirate five runs in tin eight Hoti ii Cap to deft York giant.-. <-4. Sunday. The also won the open or 9-4 blasting homers All Over the lot. Bribe Dahlgren and Jim ii h two fund trippers Dimaggio hit one. The lied for Nimg of the new in r and \ firs Pitts i new 1 he to pal .00010 .000-00 a he so Ile a n >04 5 9- in o and Mancuso Issei aggie it Mer Mydan dab w my puss Weintrab Are Ost it re ii 6t in. Fit i on i i Berry in the fir.-. Of the seventh returned in a Relief Robin the Nightcap and was charged with the Jos. He relieved Llna i Harris on the la of the eight aft r St. Lou,1 had tied the or on a walk and two singles. The Browns won the Nightcap when Jack Kramer who replaced Jack on the Mound in the eighth singled Mark Christman Home from second a e after two Vav Ere out. Christman had sea cd Cemond on a double. I f St game line score Rue Philadelphia 003 Ooi 000�?4 6 it St. Leu�?T3 a gig 002 000�?3 12 3 Newsom Berry 7 and Hayes Gal House m inc Rief 7 an Hay-1 Worth Mancuso. Homer St Louis Stephens 6th i winning Pitcher Newsom i 2 i 1 r i Galena i Box score second came Rhi �1eiphi� winning pit i losing Pitche second game Washington to Chicago i to of hat incr c my ii a and Guerra Lope Homo run Chic second. Urn kit. I i it v a Bra Ket in or malt r to Iff. 0 too too 003 40x Berger. N j 9th i on Heller. If la i Uit re a it h hair Al i i m q l Boston ii log. 000-020. A us Hor fit to a Quot of a a ill Fly 50 a Quot 5-7-4. Renu no a if s Talt of Al it 4 a j Moor of if los it 3 o i fire to a Quot a. 4 o j Ato a. So 3 0 4 i i Samui. To or mar of r j a o Man Natl c. I 0 ton Melton 3poll 81 to i a a to Epp a a it Ribardi Mancu so. Home to 3 3 to i par., a i a Ycint Raub. 9 win kjan.rp3 a her Roe los if in i he to a to. 3 4 Roo nigh i cd i w Trot Detroi out tiger.-, nr., video a War r sunday Beld is Deli Oil to to i for p., Story and to Gilt Cap 5 to i Imer was the okie Clem i in. Game 4 up ire Kir h e i 6 i 9 to i a Hucl Turner tile Dell cd sox i Le-1 cad ii Spectra opener truck out the first two batters to face him but infield blows by Al Clowson and John hotter in started the off. Big chief Cordero who got three hits in four times at Bat sunday tripled in the two runs then scored on Tony Gasparovich double Ai Bergold singled Home Gasparov Ich while Weaver came n on a double steal for the fifth tally. The cards Only run came in a in eth As Al Goforth singled scoring on Harry a lies hard b t to Centerfield. I he line scorer r of i. Yin Ltd. _ .500 too 0�?6 12 i cardinals too Ooi 0�?1 3 j Ltd it an Quot Bottani Mulligan. The first Quarter of league play comes to n dose with a double he Dor t night 43 enter Blind bogey on University course abandoned eight Miles of town. He said. Outfit two women received slight injuries where the automobiles in mtg snit \ m in Meta St a i in Plant hut me which they were Riding collided he a. Hrs. I cd on if ii smrt v ,.nln 0 1 c birr Rllins it birth and Marble sunday la. Int i a a Quot Al Quot Quot Nihl. Police reported. The manpower Thor last in the mrs. Katherine Colwey go v.iu.,1. 1 no Quot Tkv Mee Mike Esum North seventh a calved a badly the. Fhon to Quot Quot a Quot a Quot Una a Worcester. Mas june 4 Ltd bruised forearm and a taken the. No Cna Nurser \ walkout of United steel to presbyterian Hospital by a tin n Quot St Seiv up 1-oprs. With burkes of a Nerica Cio which j Strong Thorne ambulance while 1 a calf to by be 1,250,000 threw o next Ono persons out of mrs. Selfa Frac Nettl ish South 1 a 1 1,8 it ear Ond to punt work a i closed int american Broadway was taken to her Boma fir. A Orr f0r Quot my and we co a. Plant by her Ligand suffer tag a Tatumn projects of 194t and 1947.�?� ended sunday. Led hip. The off the i for Tore i Ria no in e of _ ,001 o oods Ryba 7 it and Swift. Or Wood Quot Quot end u it or i 9 Bai a thre persons were Enn a til Sud a Joey Golf tour t at the University Golf sunday Paul Ferguson i Quot. Of the tournament com a Poi Ted. Winners were v is. Gorgon a Neal. Her Blind bogey will be sunday beginning Utich will also be a pie a a a b to deter my. For the club Toun it i exit Ary cup jul la i 0 Ham Beck urls. H in of i to 1 Ooi i a lire i How i hey stand be Golf i reps Fri i of Isi i Detroit Higger s 6th losing Pitcher Gimp is we he fill Paik Cleveland. Jill ii f 0 4 k it Hiscox i or a or fro m Hing ton Cagg j me 4 win and 9 re an Tram St new York Detroit Chicago. Boom Philadelphia Cleveland in Nymn 51 Ken a r i at. L a i a i i Poun Victor before 2 i t s rom Gal w Dodge to win of Quot la of i Vos in ii i i it. T poo 200 or j q i to u s air game w a morn r h k bag us my ii i it n w i. Pct. 27 20 .57 i off is .536. 2 5 29 a 2 i .432 23 .477 a 20 a in ,476 21 2.5 .457 20 25 i it f w l F. 20 15 .674 a a Ltd a t j 6 .500 571. 20 2 3 .46321 25 .457. 19 23 .172 i j Iso. 13 i to .342 w6 l i i Mil g .711. 4 2 .667 a 3 too. 3 a .4 o it 4 .333 4 .333 1i 6 ,14 j cd i Vernon Kennedy tribe hurler is suspended Etc it Contini f Vuk strike Quot to land i re. June 4 c a a it an without Fixa a a lot in Day maw a 4 a to i Ltd to of pm Quot a my to flu rat Driver to declared they would not re in to v. Us Nill the qty coat a r change a an ordinance up quiz cd a heir i it to a Ltd. A i e in w chill e 9 0 i Vav brag in Ken Ibeh it Mil it in a . Bree Eye in i Quot 52, n Ioc Hiscox j in 4 it to. Lei purchased from i c. In after be led e league in Home reported to the of he had pert elect Robert Valdez to Congress Roberl Valdez firmly believes in the existence of self government. He has made a lifelong study of new Mexico a industries and its social needs. He is a Strong Champion of All measures which stand to make new Mexico a greater state through better development of its industries and natural resources he is Well acquainted with the people in each of new Mexico thirty one 31 counties. And thousands of new mexicans know him and like him because he is honest sincere and open handed. Your vote for Robert Valdez next tuesday june 6, will be appreciated. Iii and Piid for by friends of Bob Valdez

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