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Huron Daily Plainsman (Newspaper) - July 16, 1950, Huron, South Dakota Sunday. July is. 1950 sports to Huron the and the daily plainsman. Huron. S. D. Sports Page ele three games Here today elks play at Mitchell tonight a 7 m 1 a a a country clubs new practice Green Huron Junior juniors split with Woonsocket no wild Goose lose this Huron or or. A Barnes 2b 2 Zarifis 3b 2 Theodo f is i t was by a la i i Kobriger of i i Newton of 0 Thrall c i j Errett of i Clemens of i Peterson of 2 i Jones of 0 Kooyman p 2 a h 0 0 Woonsocket . A r h Wolfe 2b p 3 Parsons is 3 bunk ski la 2 Davis c 3 Fergy son 3b 3 Jensen of 2 Moran of 2 Forbes of 2 Marsh p 2b 2 Seeman stops Redfield nine Seeman Tough 14 0 0 Woonsocket Huron a a win this 0 Huron a 0 Bisehoff 2b 3 0 Mattson c 5 Lemke la 2 i t was by yes 4 i Skezas 3b 5 a i Allen of 3 a Warteman of 0 a 202 oi�?5 Conklin of i too oo�?0 Berg is n of i i Meyers of 2 Otte of. I 22 5 Seeman p h 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 i 0 Redfield acc. Mcderott la 4 Bacon c 4 heed of 2 Fisher of i Phister p 3 Jar go see 3b 3 Williams 2b 2 Fisher is 2 Sonste god is 0 Reinmuth of 3 Clark of i Ferguson of i Huron a v Loeven of 2 Norfolk 2b 2 Werner p la 2 Bensley of 2 Swett is p 2 Cropp c 2 Kobriger of i Martin of 2 Stahl of i Hoyt 3b i i Anton p 0 Dod Ard 2b i r h i 0 0 0 i i i 0 i -0 Woonsocket mls gets a r h 31 la i Jensen is 0 Muelha is 0 t brisk e of 3 Moran 3b 3 2b 2 Fisher c i Wells p 2 Peterson of i Smith of a Brown of 0 26 3 to 603 0�?11 200 010 0�? 3 completed recently and opened for club members the Huron country clubs new practice i putting Green above is one of Many improvements being made at the club this year. Bob Hittle of i Sioux City a frequent visitor at the country club is shown trying out the new putting surface. The practice Green is equipped with nine flagged holes. It is located near the driveway Entrance to the club immediately South of the no. 4 tee off. 18 la 2 Woonsocket j Hurup i adv i Phister 335 Oxell Huron 0 Redfield 0 _ 0 1 behind the two hit pitching of j Johnny Seeman the Huron National league All stars from Juno for Junior Ball pounced on red Ujj Field 11-3 at Redfield Friday afternoon. Seeman struck out three and gave up two harmless singles to and Reinmuth. Redfield scored two in the first capitalizing on the left handers wildness. Huron picked up seven hits off Phister with Ross Mattson Gene Tewksbury and George Skezas each collecting a pair. Idol gossip cardinals lose Musial by Craig Stolze n to. X Brecheen with injuries d. C. Stokesbury Dean of South Dakota state league umpires believes that King Smith Catcher for the Aberdeen press is the Best Catcher in South Dakota. A Stokes a says there Isnit a Catcher in the Northern league who can touch him. A ifs a pleasure to work behind him a says the Veteran Brookings Umpire a the does no to jump around unnecessarily leaves the plate easy to see and has a great Leo Bloomberg manager of the Huron merchants says that he Hopes to line up in game with the Spargos this season. The merchants Are also loading their guns for Yale which comes to memorial Park to face them in a Redstone Valley game sunday. July 30. Frank spat go will pitch Mary St. Louis july 16. A3 a the Pennant driving and injury Ridden St. Louis cardinals worried today about the condition of two of their stars Stan Musial and Harry Brecheen. Both were retired from Friday nights game with the Philadelphia Phillies. Musial with a wrenched left knee and Brecheen with a sore pitching Arm. Musial left the contest in the seventh inning after he had slipped in Loose dirt while running to first base. Ifs the same knee that sidelined him for four Days earlier in the season. Brecheen left the game in the fourth inning after giving up six hits. He said his Arm soreness May be the result of favouring his left Little Finger fractured when struck by a batted Ball in new York june 20. Huron broke even in a pair of Junior Junior baseball games with i Woonsocket at Ravine Parks Friday afternoon. _ the local 10-11 year old Teaff in won easily from the Woonsocket l. L. Vav Oft Cal Flay midgets 11-5 but the 12-13 year-1 Olds were on the Short end of a 5-0 no hit game. Marsh and Wolfe combined to i hold Huron a a oldsters witless in j the aftermath. Together they fanned to batters in five innings. Bunkowski a hits were two bag tuesday Pugsley Gagnon cup Winner with their annual Gagnon cup tournament settled Huron country club women will turn this Gers while Davis blasted a double week to their regular tuesday and triple. Match play session. In the curtain Raiser Anton Grace Pugsley won the 1950 Harold Werner Rex Swett and Gagnon cup in last weeks ses i Lyle Vanboeyen pitched for Hur Ision when she Defeated Charlotte on. Each team had Only two hits Poole in the final match. Land bases on balls proved the de-1 Mary Ann Saylor won last Riding Factor. Werner and Martin week s Golf Ball award for a had the Huron hits. Friedman wins Junior tourney Mort Friedman captured the m yers c cigars Kasperson s score w merchants beat Willow Lake 8-7 big inning Hurom a i t a i a a n a i Myers cigars battered the by rinv1<rv� 6 Bloomstrom against chamber City Junior Golf tournament sat Reau 0f reclamation 15-5 and Kas Lundgen 3b i lain tuesday. Most of chamber urday morning by touring 18 holes person Oil slugged Stockman Swecker 3b 2 Iain a hitters Are switch hitters at the Meadowbrook course in 86 auction 20-5 in softball at Ravine 5 says Frank and he Hopes to have strokes Park Friday night. Seeman of 4 them swinging from the right Side coupled with the 94 he shot at a a Wick Wiles pitching for my Bush 2b 4 of the plate against the Southpaw the country club last saturday hers allowed Only two hits to the w 3 pitching. A it will keep them fro Imort had a total of 180. Bureau and fanned three. Jack Mccari i belting so Many Over the Short following Friedman was Dick son an j Reichenbach each singled Nelson p 3 right Field Fence a opines Frankie. Sic Vert with it. Dick shot 54-50 or government men. Smith p St. Louis big cardinals beat i the country club and 44-45 at Cheeseman socked a triple and 34 8 6 Omaha a Little cardinals 6-3 be Meadowbrook. Two singles to Lead Myers. Dor-1 Willow Lake fore 11,209 fans at Omaha s Muni. Jird was Ray Wipf with 196, and Carroll each had h Nort Simpson. Lundgren. I 0 0 0 Willow Lake a Nelson of 4 Jones 2b 5 m Grimm of 4 Ness of 2 Hamre c 3 Schwartz c 2 m la 4 Schmidt 3b 3 Borg is p 4 six Peon p is 3 r i 2 0 i i 0 i 0 i 0 0 i on the no. 2 Hole and Winnifred Venables won a similar prize for High score on no. 7 Hole. Grace Pugsley won the door prize lunch. Pairings for this weeks play with the tee off set for 9 a in. Tuesday have been announced As follows Buchanan Hughes Costain Liem Stratton a. Tschetter Suckstorff a. Anderson Packard Cochrane Slokker Mai and Pugsley a. Hohm Wendt anything but a a wild Goose is Ernie Goose Reimers Ace of the Huron elks Mound staff. Veteran Ernie has walked Only 12 men in 8 1/3 innings this year and has allowed Only 1 earned runs. Legion juniors play Mitchell in first game Huron a american legion Junior team with saturdays game cancelled go into action today at i p. Rn., against Mitchell at memorial Park in the first game of an afternoon doubleheader. Sioux Falls which was to have played the juniors Here at 5 d. In. Leave at five members of the elks win leave from the Marvin Hughlit hotel at 5 p. In. Today business manager Milt Pronk announced. The elks play at Mitchell. Saturday called Early yesterday to notify coach Orville Shanholtz that they could not get enough players together and would be unable to come. Shanholtz has not named his starting Pitcher for today but it will probably be either Bob Rhinehart who was to have started against Sioux Falls or Clarence Daniel. Immediately following the juniors game the Huron merchants undefeated in the second round of Redstone Valley play tackle Carpenter. Manager Leo Bloomberg of the merchants said he would Start a Wick a Wiles on the Hill. He also said that Neil Meyers recently signed As a Catcher will act As assistant manager of the club from now on. At 8 30 the Spargo nomads will meet the Strong Frankfort team in a James Valley league game. Manager Frank Spargo said he would Start Southpaw Danny Mcnellis. The Huron elks journey to Mitchell to face the kernels in a state league game. Manager Ott Werner is expected to Start either Bob Connell or Bob Groves. Superb control makes Reimers one of the Best prowling in 1944 and Huron sarm Madison passes Mitchell kernels Madison a broncs slipped by Mitchell and moved into second place in the state league thursday night by drubbing the kernels 19-4. Tonight the broncs entertain Brookings 7-2 losers to by Craig Stolze conf have heard of the team played them too. On Huron thursday. A a. A a this a a Goose is a Breed fest base for the marauders was Huron plays Mitchell tonight Kruse Weir Mauch Musolf John Apa Don Bollweg who today plays and a win would shove the elks i son Schwartz a. Barnes Orr he Ernie better known As a the first for the Rochester farm club past the kernels into third place. I land Ulrich Saylor Myers Floth Goose Reimers is one of the best0 the St. Louis cardinals and is Huron is now half a game behind. Berg a. Tschetter Venables Dex a control pitchers in South a hitting Over .300. Maynard Ingalls outfit 34 7 6 .003 120 010�?7 too 800 oox�?8 cd a stadium the night of the a i As George r 1 to with to hits. Jor league All Star game. Erv due and last was Bob Myers with Sak and Cloyd Boyer pitched for.,the St. Louis team while tommy1, v de a a a a a a a a a. A Glaviano and Rocky Nelson red Junio a Mee at Mitchell. The we i match win Arran de sponsored by the n h go to nip in Phlp and Huron a merchants stretched a a a Phree single. P a their unbeaten skein to three Rud it a did i Zasso Wlch Kasperson a in the second round of Dull a a to Flay meet at Mitchell. The a caravan of 97 Miller business y0uniet Wai the hitting. Caravan invoke men attended the dedication of the a it Cees new lighted athletic Field at Faulkton thursday evening. While browsing through a 1939 he Ronnie we found Thi item in the baseball training Camp notes a Maynard Ingalls and Don Kolloway Are two of the brightest prospects in the Oklahoma City indians Camp at san Benito Tex. Quot Kollo Way of course has been Fin established major leaguer for Many years. Ingalls is Man Gier j. Anderson Luther Antle Kota o Flanagan Poole Geyerman Bur the popular 36-year-old right toilkn0y is 4. Hander with the Herky Jerky to the player listed first in each to n As pitched 83 1/3 innings for pairing is requested to Contact her the Huron elks so far this season opponent and confirm the match. An j As Waike Ltd Only 12 batters. In the event a player is unable. To compete her opponent is re. S1x of the Ozenne has appeared in. Ernie has not passed a Man. In five others he walked Only one. The most batsmen he has Given free transportation in a single game was five. His earned run average is almost As astounding. In his 83 1/3 frames he has allowed Only to earned runs. Quested to Telephone 4393 monday _ and make arrangements for a Mcgrue. My a Bush maim Ders my substitute. The committee has pairings for be Junior meet set j baseman banged three triples in Redstone at memorial Valley play Friday Nighti a f cd my Pilj Ial Park spilling Willow Lii Vii Una Al a five trips while Bob Weber had it 7 a single and double in four tries. To i Myers.116 232-15 13 2. Lefty Don Bureau _______004 Ooin 5 2 5 Nelns for merchants and Beresford july 16 tip a Wiles and Hale Hummel and a Stan fillingsness of Beresford has Jackson. Announced dates and pairings for Kasperson ____413 75�?20 14 4 the Southeast class a regional Stockman a 021 02�? 5 6 4 american legion baseball play b. Weber and Kasperson Hegg offs to be held at Brookings. And Wahl Sioux Falls will meet Madison _ a a Maynard Ingalls outfit. Ernie says that Boll we never Yankton securely in first place bothered him much at t plate barely Defeated the Sioux Falls but Catcher Gene Schlerath and outfielder Jake Watkins did. Asked who gave him the most trouble now the affable elks Quot hurler said a i guess it s Joe Marges of Yankton. He Sticks himself Way Down in the bathing order 81h and you really have to work to get him out of there when you could be a other Terry Franny Horacek rates High on Ernie so Tough get out a list. A Johnny Fynn of Madison used to give me lots of trouble a added Ernie a but so far this year i chiefs 5-4, thursday. Tonight the t rays Are at Renner. The other Loop contest sends Sioux Falls to the Lair of the hapless Lennox Browns Winner of Only one in 14 games this summer. The standings Yankton la Madison mitchell_____________9 huron_______________8 Renner .9. Brookings ___________6 10 Sioux Falls Lennox i aging the Mitchell kernels in the at 2 a. In july 27 with Brookings in Trees sponsored state league. Facing Watertown at 8.15 p. In. In. In the same year �?T39 Maurice i the first round if the single Eli i Why a it Tate of electric Wika of Clark was named to co nation tourney which will Send the team Fon Nelv known As Captain the Yankton College track the Champion to the state Tournai the incl Nde i the City meeting conning team along with distance Man to. Ralph Halla. Wika is the present the title match is set for 8 15 de Smet High school coach. He of clock july 28 with nine innings a sprinter in College. As the length of the game. The Art Pfaff coach at Wessington semifinals will be Over the usual has received his . Der a from seven inning route. Northern state teachers College. Handling the tourney arrange Pierre is justly proud of its ments will be c. Crusinberry of swimming Pool. Not Long ago the Brookings. Akron Ohio Beacon carried a a regional trophy goes to the a Colo Rotor Story on the Pool. One Winner of the meeting. Hundred and eighty five persons Are taking swimming lessons at i # f a Pierre. Bobby Lewis eight year eel Siril Floc old student of life guard Bill Peterson swam the Pool 30 times across a distance of Over a mile. On the fourth of july 350 persons used the Pool. Ifs goodbye to Carp and Buffalo in twin lakes. The Woonsocket sportsmen s Clubland game Warden Norman Merriweather have erected a fish trap in the Mouth of Tho Creek which flows out of the South Side of grass Lake and from this trap they have taken thousands of pounds of these fish during the past ten weeks. Last Friday for example reports the Woonsocket news the 110-foot net fished out about 800 p funds of Carp Buffalo Bullhead Bass and Pike. The game fish were \ needed out and returned to fresh american league softball play is now sponsored by the state electric. It has been announced. Monday night at Ravine Park playing for the first time under the new sponsorship the electrics Defeated Marvin cleaners 10-0 in a league game. Jim Smith tossed the shutout and allowed Only two hits. Willard Van Aarde had a Home run in the first with none on. Friday night at Ladelle Smith tossed another two hitter to win 18-3. Bob Steichen led state elec Ottric with four for five. Harry Liem commissioner of Ladelle too 120 0�?3 2 District 5 of the association of state electric �?603 072 x-18 15 South Dakota Amateur baseball j. Gross and v. Gross Smith leagues said saturday that the and Walters meeting of the association to work Ning four. Frank Smith finished the last Frame and mowed the visitors Down in one two three order. Huron scored All eight of its runs in a tremendous fourth inning As Bush reached first on an error by Borg maunders walked Hofer flied to right. Nelson walk Eamie has appeared in 12 of the elks 22 games in both Start Sioux City july 16 Jack in8 and Relief roles. His record Haven to had much difficulty get Burke jr., the up and coming shows six wins three losses and Ting him out of Young pro who knocked slam three games in we hich he has not six foot two i<5 Pound Ernie Ming Sammy Snead from the p been charged or credited. Is one of the most popular figures g. A. Championships a few weeks he has Given up 74 hits 17 in Huron baseball today and fans a go has been signed to play in runs and struck out 66. His chief Hope that the a a Goose is around w l la 3 .786 _ 9 5 .643 9 6 .600 8 6 .571 9 8 .529 6 8 429 4 8 .333 i 13 071 the $15,000 Sioux City open to so in Trade is a Back breaking be held july 27 through the 30th. Sinker but he can fog one in with a letter to the Sioux City head a straight overhand delivery and quarters from p. G. A. Tournai slam in p1�?� 7 a Hooks ment supervisor Howard Capps to. When la comes to Field stated that Burke recently com inf 1s master. Fitted to compete with the other having faced most of the Bat great golfers such As Sam Snead Jers a round Here for a number of for Many More Ball games to come. De Bloodgood walked Lundgren singled Mcgrue flied to Center Jlloyd Mang a Jimmy Demaret years be has mentally catalogued Mcnutt got life on a fielders Choice Seeman doubled. Bush and Lawson Little in the Sioux weaknesses and makes them City affair. Burke has made a what he wants them to. Mam doubled and maunders was Safe on name for himself in the Winter it a. He works about As hard As sitar error by Cente fielder Ness circuit b grabbing fifth Money nation Calu for a Tif serving his Hofer popped to Jones at second behind Snead Demaret Jim Fer strength for the right moments. Out final plans for the District and state tourneys will be held Here monday july 31. Girls game Blunt july a fit the girls soft Ball team Defeated the Onida the meeting will be at the mar girls team wednesday evening at Vin Hughitt hotel at la a. In. Onida 14-7. _ to end the inning in we hic 12 men Jer an i Cary Middlecoff. As of came to Bat. J a Ajune 12th. The White Plains n. Ken Bloodgood merchant by. Whiz also ranked third in by of by a Stop. Had two forgive to Lead Der cup Points As Well As in the hitting for Leo Bloomer Guyar Jon a up Competition behind boys. Snead and Demaret. The Fielding Gem of the night ticks was Mel weckers spectacular grab of Jones line drive to third in the sixth. Wecker made the catch just off the ground and fired to second to get m. Grimm. Coked had replaced Don Lundgren at the hot Corner when Lundgren was injured sliding. Harrold wins two. Harrold july 16�?harrold�?Ts Oahe league team won two games last week winning at Agar 4-1 and 4-3 Over Orient. Today Onida plays Here in a league game. Scalper Mentor comes highly recommended by Bierman Bob Danielsen familiar with a a to j 7 a a by Craig Stolze take Bernie Biermann sword for water while the Piscat orial pests it Huron College is getting somewhere carted away and disposed of. Yale gals win Yale july 16�?the Gills softball team walloped Erwin tuesday night Here 25-5. E. Dommer and d. Bich were the Yale Battery. American league new York 4, Cleveland 3 St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 2 Chicago 7, Boston 3 National league Pittsburgh 2, new York i Brooklyn 13, Chicago 5 Cincinnati 9. Boston 4 St. Louis 8, Philadelphia 8 Curt Simmons going to Camp Reimers started pitching in Huron in 1939 with Louie Bloodgood s Gagnon Dairy club in the City league. He developed rapidly and. By 1943 was a sensation in the state Amateur tournament. That year a a Goose pitched 16 innings in state tourney Competition and allowed just eight hits. He was pitching for armours and Philadelphia july 15. Up the team went to Quarter a Curt Simmons the $65,000 Bonus finals of the state before Rennerts Pitcher who made Good wont be a Hamps nipped therm against around to help the Philadelphia pc Mer Ernie relieved Earl Lang Phillies in their Pennant drive Kip and permitted Only two hits during the first two weeks of aug in p innings. Ust. Armour s had a record of 17-4 in instead of taking his turn on ?43 and Ernie Wras unbeaten in the pitching Mound Young Curt s1x Gaile a a a will be on duty with the 108th t Tram was Field artillery battalion of the Back with armours and helped 28th division at Indiantown Gap them compile a record of 27-4. At pa., from july 29 to August 12. Ono stage the pack my Plant boys its a two week tour of a ran up 19 straight wins before rational guard duty Curt has been in8 to the Watertown City league serving for the past three years a stars 5-4. Ernie pitched that Junior juniors National league including games of july batting averages g a g. Tewksbury cards �?9 20 a Smits dodgers 8 21 Al Cropp braves 5 15 j. Seeman. Cards 8 17 l. Zwanziger dodgers -.8 17 r. Mattson dodgers 8 18 g. Skezas cards a. 9 15 d Otte. Braves______6 12 2 p. Allen pirates 8 20 2 pitching record g in w j. Seeman. Cards 9 l. Zwanziger. Dodges 5 d. Bisehoff pirates __2 41 25 6 21 20 4 of 21 13 degrees from the University Minnesota. He has coached High school football basketball and track at Williston n. D. And be Ell Wash. Track emphasis or. Mcdougall said that an of Sota a a by team to an undefeated season one year. The team used a a a to formation entirely so Lun Deen will not be unfamiliar with thing special in its new coach the system used so successfully Ralph Lundeen. By the scalpers last fall. A Only his the Gray thatched Minnesota Lack of size 5�?Th�?�, 175 kept him _ Mentor had this to say about off the Minnesota varsity a Bier fort will be made to emphasize Lundeen a for knowing foot Man said. Track next Spring with Lundeen Ball and playing too per cent we Over 60 applications were re As to an. Never had a titter boy on the a lived president George my squad than Ralph. He is a great Jugal a of the College said in an student of the game. I recon bouncing the signing of Lundeen. Mend him most a a we Are Happy to have signed Bob Danielsen whom Lundeen Ralph and feel sure that he is the is replacing paid a tribute to right Man a the president said. His successors durability and per the applicants for the Severance. Bob said that a Quot on Quot Job was Wayne Rideout one of Deen was a member of the Gopher the hideout twins of Texas who 44jr squad for four years fall were famous track stars a few Winter and Spring. A anyone who years ag0 can take that kind of pounding certainly deserves a lot of credit a Bob commented. A Captain Lundeen captained the Minne but this will Mark the first time of Simmons will be lost to the club during a Pennant fight. Standings american players including co Captain Duncan Pinky Kerns and looked Over the equipment. He will arrive Here with his family about August i and will live in the House vacated but Danielsen at 1423 Illinois s. W. During world War ii Lundeen was a first lieutenant and served father of three children. He is a graduate of Edison High in Minneapolis and holds Bachelor of _ science and master of education a private swimming instructor. Pilot. He has been a life guar the Minneapolis Park Board w l pct. Go Detroit. �?51 26 .662 new York �?48 31 .608 4 Cleveland ___47 33 .588 5 Boston ___44 36 .550 is Washington ___35 43 .449 16 Chicago _.-35 47 .427 184 St. Louis --29 50 .367 23 Philadelphia -.28 51 .354 24 National w l pct. Go St. Louis _ ---45 31 .592 Philadelphia ___45 31 .592 Boston --43 33 .566 2 Brooklyn 40 33 .548 34 new York a ___35 41 .461 to Chicago ___34 40 .459 to Cincinnati a ___31 45 .403 14 Pittsburgh ___28 47 .373 164 one and allowed Only seven blows. The team was Back in the state Amateur meet at Aberdeen that year and worked their Way to the finals Only to lose to the powerful rapid City air base team 9-2. During the year the fliers amassed a record of 53-7. Reimers had 13-3 for the season. One of his Best pitching jobs was against Watertown air Bim in it Stilt meet when he retired it men in order before allowing a hit. He finally gave up five and won that game 6-1. That year j i in Meaghan inaugurated the Phe Stival game and brought Many major leagues Here for the first time. Ernie pitched part of that game against such hurling luminaries As Atley Donald by v a Denberg and Paul Derringer. He still remembers the game As one of his big thrills although the Huron ans lost 9-0. The Well remembered Sioux Falls air base marauders were d. Otte braves 5 b. Arteman pirates _-5 e. Vilhauer cards. 2 g. Tewksbury cards 3 r. Mattson dodgers 4 standings including games of july end of 5th week of play w l Tredway cardinals________7 2 Barnes dodgers ____________5 4 Texaco pirates___________4 5 act braves _________________2 7 american league including games of july 13 batting averages g a d. Tewksbury red sox to j. Barnes a Sll d. Williams indians 6 l. Jones red sox 6 b. Manfull indians 5 j. Theodorff tigers to Rex Swett a Sio v. Veseley indians 6 j. Bensley Yankees 9 l. Kobriger red sox __11 pitching records g in w h. Kooyman r. Sox 8 3 j. Theodorff. Tigers 9 5 j. Barnes a Sll 4 g. Nelson Yankees _-8 3 h. Werner tigers 2 d. Tewksbury r sox 4 i s. Newton indians 8 3 standings end of week of july to fifth week of play w l Fullerton red sox _________7 3 Armour tigers_________6 4 Bisehoff a�?Ts____________6 5 Liem Yankees-------4 8 double h indians___________2 7 association 13 h i 15 .750 to .476 6 .400 6 .353 6 .353 6 .333 5 .333 4 .333 6 .300 l pc. 0 1.000 0 i too 0 l oco 2 .500 2 .500 1 .500 j i .500 4 .200 Huron High will enter Golf Tennis Duane Clodfelter Huron High school athletic director has announced that Huron will have entrants in the annual South Dakota High. School Tennis and Golf tournaments at Watertown August 8 and 9. Two boys from each City will compete in each journey. Some sort of elimination Competition will be worked out Here to determine the Tiger entrants Clodfelter said. Boys who were graduated in 1950 Are eligible to compete along with boys still in school. Fan fare even if we Pont catch a fish these the companionship bunnies a fawns International Buffa Loci a chiefs___________7 red wings j bears j Maple Leafs-----------2 giants---------------1

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