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Portsmouth Times (Newspaper) - June 4, 1942, Portsmouth, Ohio THI PORTSMOUTH TIMES, PORTSMOUTH, OHIO THURSDAY, JI —Cincinnati Gives Up 7th 10-Inning Loss Of Season, 2 To J, 2ND WIN IN ROW IN L0N6 GAMES Red Pilot Dickering For New Outfielder CINCINNATI, J un* 4~Deacon McKechnie, Red pilot, confided to local *cnv#n*r* that hic boca** arc ready to clo** a deal for one of th* beat-known outfielder* In th* National league. Mike McCormick will not Im ready for play again before Aug. I, Mc Keehnit baa been informed. TAKEN BY PHILS Swing Mi 'HARLESTON, _; Helps Team's Batting CHARLESTON. S. C, Jiurn 4—Manager Dual) R Charleston Rebel* baa ordered recorded ewing eat,, t South Atlantic league baseball Wain* batting precis., noted that Rhodes seemed to believe hot lick* on a pitter would begat hot lick* at th* plat* Drills Double By Pitcher Melton Scores Decisive Tally In Extended Tilt Minego’s Sports Gossip m Th* AkmUUI *rt»i CINCINNATI. June 4 — Th* Cincinnati Rad*’ pitching staff ought to tut somebody. For one thing, they've loaf seven of IO extra-inning game* played this year, and two of them in the past two day*. After Tuesday's l-to-0 10-inning defeat by j the Phil*, they suffered similarly leat night in tha aam* atretch. t to I. Paul Derringer was the victim. Dan Murtaugh’s double and three Red errors made one Philadelphia run in the fourth, and a tingle and Pitcher Frank Melton’s double the other in the 10th. A walk, a wild pitch and Eddie Joost’a double gave the Red* their only acor* in the fifth. Today's an off day. The Bruton Braves come tomorrow for six games, starting with a double-header. pan*. as a n cimuimu ab rh Wan#r.cf ..SOO JOMt.i .... SOI MurteufM 4 I I Frey A .. A ’ ERMANS ara repeating tha 9 promise that Field Marshal Hermann Goering made to them, that lf an enemy plane ever reached Berlin he would take off his coat and go to work. He must be down to his undies by this Urns. . , . Syl Johnson of Ute futile Phil* is 43 and is ready for retirement. About every tint* he peel* off his unnit to call it quits, along come the Reds, he blanks them with perfect ease and then he chalks up another successful season. ...Albert Brunner and Adam Frick were born on the same day of the month. March 23. Mr. Frick will be 75 In 1943 and he doesn’t like it any too well tither. new manager of th# Cleveland Indiana, who have gems into their usual tailspin. Shotton formerly piloted the Columbus Red Birds. PUBLINKS GOLF TBURNEY IN OHIO IN SLIGHT MUSS Cosh* to think about It you eaa’t buy a rhumba dancer a drink. She shakes for ll Sometimes a round of the hot spoil laud you la the cooler. Etten.I    4 S    Ii    Marshalls    . Ll twbiter .Ii    SOO    Hm*.1  __ GUMM op J _    4 0    0    Walker cf    .. Norther j- .    4 S    I    Abret! .I ... Bregana ..SS OjVollmerJf . Livingston* 4 I Melton.p . 4 S “J .. 33 S SI lf Lamenno.c . % ll Derr Infer, p 8 ■ •West 0 bF-MeC'm’k I *3 I a Totals 35 8 Si Total# .. allan for Lamanno in 10th. I'Batted far Der rinser in 10th. Philadelphia_______OOO    IOO    SOO    1-2 Cincinnati__________OOO    010    OOO    0-1 Two-base hits — Murtauch. Etten, Melton. Joo»t. The annual all-star game in the Mountain Stats loop will be 1 played on June 30 instead of July , 17, if you happen to be interested, j The league now takes f 18 on each game and how it does it in Huntington no on* ever .will know. . , . Portsmouth m u s t be on its good behavior now. Lamped this headline: "Vice On Vacation.” One of these days the war production board is going to get around to those hideous toeless shoes. . . . Walter Alston’# Springfield Red Bfrda are in the dark recesses of the Mid-Atlantic cellar. Walter it hitting his usual quota of round trippers. See where a sap jumped off a I 30-foot wire for 30 c a n t a, Evi» : dently falls for anything. . . . Over in war-torn China you can ! buy a wife for $5. A good wife ii worth every cent of ll Don’t brag how good a man you ara in a hotel lobby. There's always a ball hop hsnging around to take you up. . . . Pete: Wot kind of i flowers are those that people carelessly overlook the payment? Forget-me-nots. ... It took a girlie an hour to pick out a pair of slacks ‘tother day. Now wa know the meaning of alack time. . . . Ernest Ernest lives on Gallia street in New Boston and we are in earnest.... Those Red-Brooklyn games in Redland next week should pack 'em in. . . . Since Pete Reiser wag put in 3-B by his draft board he hat batted at a .500 clip. . . . Heard about a barber, who has three 'sweeties. Why the old clipper. RACE DATES CONFLICT COLUMBUS, June 4— River Downs horse race track of Cincinnati has asked the state racing commission to approve July 18-Sepl 7 for a 44-day meet. The dates conflict with the July 4-25 permit granted Ohio Sports Enterprises, Inc., for a meet at Hamilton. State law provides that meets within 30 miles of each other must not conf let Hamilton is 23 miles from Cincinnati. 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’* new outfielder was christened “Milo”. All the oldtimers concede that Charley Gehringer of the Tigers still can show Joe -Gordon of the.Yankees how to play the keystone sack. . , . Remember we are telling you that Bert Shotton will be the Don’t hand out too much soft soap. You may slip ob it. Two old cronies, Judge Nate Gilliland and Bill Questel, talking it over. Mr. Questel says that the retired jurist made a “grave” mistake when he tripped over a tombstone and fell. . . . Wots this we hear about Henry Albrecht being lost in Hyde park in Cincinnati? Unusual scent: N. B. Griffin buying a wire basket to hook on the front of hi* bike, which means he's off the old hike. . . . Essen received the essence of the R. A. F. and fled PDU. Wonderful world when your side is winning. That’s when we atart grinning. This is a Factory It is shut down. The raw materials it used are needed for war products. This is a Workman He is keeping the factory machinery in shape Until it can produce again. This is a Trade Mark For years, consumers looked for it when they bought the product of the factory. It is worth more to the manufacturer than his factory. This is a Newspaper Advertisement Like the workers who keep the plant from falling apart through disuse, advertisementa like this keep the trade mark’s good will alive until tha manufacturer can return to normal production. Then the plant tan re-employ ha men and you can again buy it* products that you have bien [—product* <’1 go ■■a aiare nsad* po** »•# nrwwpwp ertaang. THE PORTSMOUTH TIMES IMEW STV Setting Of Date To Allow War Workers To Compete Is Biggest Problem By FRITZ HOWELL Associated Free* Sports Writer COLUMBUS, June 4—Ohio’s I 14th annual public links golf j championship is just a bit up In the air. There are two rertointie*—it will be held at tha Heatherdown* course in Toledo and all prises will be in war bonds or stomps— but from there on everything is a tossup. Ray Pennell, executive secretary of the Ohio Public Link* Golf atsociation, said problem* still to be ironed out are the dates, the length of the tournament and whether or not the feminine feature of the annual classic would be staged as usual. Time Is Big Worry To give the "pay-aa-you-play” boys and girls a chance to get away from their jobs, without taking too much time off fir golfing, the tournament has alway* been held on a Saturday and Sunday, with tha men traveling a 72-hole route and the women 36. Some time ago Pennell suggested the dates of Aug. 8 and 9 for this year, but the Toledo district association, in making up its 1942 program, found those dates unsuitable. The association announced the meet would be held June 18 and 19, but since those dates fall on Thursday and Friday, the association probably meant July 18 and 19—a Saturday and Sunday. Anyway, the date hasn’t been settled, but probably rest* between the July 18-19 or the Aug. 8-9 weekends. Now a new problem crops up. Toledo officials, declaring many of their Publink-aters are involved in defense factory work, with most of them on a six-day schedule, said they thought the tourney should be limited to a single day with 36 holea of medal play. Women’s Play Threatened Pennell said he was willing to go along with that idea, since probably the same defense work situation prevailed all over the itate. That change, however, jeopardizes the fourth annua! women’* tournament, Pe n n e 11 said in expressing doubt that the Heatherdowns course would care to tie up both its private and public layouts for an entire Sunday. Original plans called for the women to play 18 holes Saturday morning, and 18 Sunday afternoon, over the Heatherdowns private course, while the men would play 36 each day over the public layout. ’ 'he twin tournament could not be crowded on a single course, Pennell said, if played in a single day. "Perhap* we could play the men 36 holes over the public course, and the women 18 over the private course Sunday afternoon,” Pennell said, “thus cutting the tournament in half.” Pennell is contacting members of the executive board of the association and hopes to have the details ironed out in a few days. “There’ll be a tournament,” he declared, “and I don’t expect the entry list to be cut much. Most of our boys and girls Heam up’ in automobiles to get there anyway, so tire and gasoline rationing wouldn’t hurt us much.” Dick Rhyan of Columbus is the defending men's champion, while Mrs. P. J. Linster of Mansfield SAM SNEAD, slammer from the hills, holds the P. G. A. champion*' cup he won at Atlantic City, defeating Corporal Jim Tume*a, 2 and I, in their 38-hole final. Folks looked on Sam a* a hard-luck player who never managed to win a major tournament. He won this one and then headed for Washington to enlist in the navy’s physical education program. CHISOX SIGN WADE NEW QORK, June 4—The Chicago White Sox have signed Southpaw Jake Wade, former major leaguer, to bolster their pitching staff. A native of Morehead City, N. C., Wade was given his unconditional release by Indianapolis of the American association last year. GIANTS SIGN YOUNGSTER CHICAGO, June 4—The 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. had eclipsed the feminine field the last two years. Don’t let this happen to you on vour VACATION! Let I * • VULCANIZE • REPAIR • RE TREAD teat terr mw tor tale ■>*»- few *Mb(T re treedh* flat n*-«tMNte UH fro 12.000 Miles I a far Bi mi Gc Firestone SPECIAL FRI.... SAT. CAR WASH AND Lubrication $1 .19 Regular $2.00 Only You Save 81c We Call For and Deliver Your Car (Complete One-Stop Service) Firestone STORES Gallia at Glover Phone 567 “We Serve to Your Taste * On Hot Rummer Nights When You Want to Relax Try Nm Hwtti Bar garill VTO! Far Mixed Drinks and Snacks Alam A Dr war* • framer free' na- ■r- > pee Ik# et flKME OM IM Ay GMT VaPV Rf**### P< rn QMS LEADING PLACE INASSOCIATION TAKEN BY BLUES NEW COACH APPOINTED ‘Old Men’ From Milwaukee Lose To Columbus, 8-0, And Drop Top Spot By TS# AnwlilH Free# Milwaukee was going great in tha American association until statistician* released soma data on th* increase in age of association players since the war started. It showed the league-leading Milwaukee club with a flock of old men averaging 28.9 years, up next to the 30-year ancients of Indianapolis. The Brewers showed the weight of their year* last night and took an 8-to-0 whitewashing from Columbus. And Kansas City's infants (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 shutout, 3 to 0, in a twilight game with Louisville, then took the second game, 4 to I. Indianapolis grabbed seventh place by handing St. Paul Its seventh straight licking, 4 to I. ATHLETIC HEAD PICKED MARIETTA June 4-^John R. Callahan, for the last ll year* assistant coach at Marietta High school, today was named director of athletics at Marietta college, succeding Frank L. Hayes who resigned to enter the army air corp*. 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 was lost a team was given five minutes to find it before a new ball could be brought into play. NEW CONCORD, CX, June 4- j Al W. Rainier, whose (aam* ai; New Concord High achoo! won | championships of the Muskingum Valley league in all major spoil* this yesr, has been named as head football coach of th# Fighting Muskie at Muskingum college to succeed Howard IC ieee IL Baisler was graduated from Muskingum collage in 1935 after a brilliant career on the campus and in sports and coached a year at Midway, Pa., before returning to New Concord. CHARLESTON S LEAD CUT AS SAILORS WIN, 2 TO cf *. J. NOT UNUSUAL FOR HIM Eddie Owcar, University of Alabama pitcher, has won six nohit, no-run games since hie high school days began in 1937. His most recent was against Mississippi. CHARLESTON .. • * rf Wilt 4 —charleston, with a five.ga-, lead in th# Mid-Allan^ lean-. week ago, saw it. ma -gm tad a night a* Erie won. 2 to I, and or came the first team in the loop , defeat th# Senators twit* u, row. Springfield and Carton spin. double header, the Cardinal, ut. in* the opener. 2 to 0, and Civ ton the nightcap, 5 to 2. 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