Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - April 8, 1941, Racine, Wisconsin
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Club Douglas Takes Crown in Tavern Pm Loop
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Pleasant Tavern ............
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Wally s Tavern ............
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Markson Rolls 632 Top Series
Hits 237 Game - For Honors in Holy Name Majors
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Holy Trinity .................... 72
St. Rose ..................... 57
St. Mary . . .................. S3
St. Joseph No. J ................. 51
St. John SI
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St. Edward ..................... 37
; Holy Name ............ 30
St. Stanislaus ................ 24
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225, 211 and 216 for a 652 series in the final session of toe North Side Tavern bowling league Munday | night . The championship was won by the Club Douglas team.
F. Trossen and G. Reed hit top individual games of 245.
Honor scores included J. Schies- ’ tie, 236-180-200 -616; C. Krejcha ; 210-203-197—610; P. Arzekovic ! 188-190-231—609; and V. Wheeler! 190-194-217—601.
Other leading scorers were F. Trossen 598. K. Doering 594, W. Dahlke 579, H. Gatzke 577, K. Vases 568, J. Johnson 566, C. Gardner 565, M. Fuhst 565, H. Halberstadt 564, L. Fritz 563, I. Schmidt 560 and G. Reed 560.
Len Pier’s Tavern took team honors in the final session with a 2816 series and a 990 game. Sixth Street Tap Room counted a 2681
H. Markson tabbed a 632 series and a 237 game for high individual honors in the Holy Name Major bowling league.
Other high scorers were P. Ber-res 628, J. Pelzer 607, V. Chris-toffersen 589, J. Van Liessum 587, J. Kraus 579 and R. Felbob 565.
Holy Trinity took team honors with a 2729 series and a 959 game. St. John's were second with a 2712 series and a 924 single count.
Holy Trinity .......878 892 959—1729
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St. Edward ........ 852
St. Stanislaus ........741
St. Rose ........... 908
Holy Name ......... 888
St. Mary ....... 902
St. Joseph No. 2 ... 785
8t. John ......894
St. Joaeph No. I ... 828
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Jensens Win Title With West Racine Business Circuit
W. RACINE BUSINESS MEN’S LEAGUE
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Jensen Markets won the championship in the West Racine Business Men’s bowling league Monday night and also took top team honors in the final meeting. The Markets rolled a 2588 series and a 911 game. Thiery Insurance, although finishing fourth in the standings, took second honors Monday night with a 2422 series and an 815 game. Carl Jensen scored a 578 series and S. Ostergaard hit a 223 game with a 556 series for individual honors . Other leaders were M. Krofta 550, R. Fredrickson 543, M. Nelson 532, H. Gundlach 529, C. Hansen 527, A. Rasmussen 524, F. Thiery 504 and E. Nielsen
sat De Kalb, 111., Friday and Saturday.
Coach Art Mansfield said John Saxer will pitch Friday’s game with Bob Van Sickle working on the mound the following day.
ARMY PLAYS BALL
WASHINGTON — The war department wants 16,500 baseball teams organized in army camps.
Higbe, Wyatt Must Carry Load For Hurling Staff
CLEARWATER, Fla., Apl ii 8.-0J.P)—The Brooklyn Dodgers are going to shoot the works in an ef- , fort to win the 1914 National' league pennant. If they achieve their goal, it will surprise a lot of folks. They have not been very impressive in Florida and a lack of harmony on the club is evident. |
Already two players have been fined and another one virtually suspended. Van Mungo was fined $200 for breaking training in Havana and Hugh Casey was fined $25 for reporting four days late. Babe Phelps has not reported and the Dodgers have advised him to get into condition at his own ex- j pense. If he joins the club he must pay his own room and board until he can play. Phelps is at home in Odenton, Md., insisting he has sinus trouble.
Hirbe on Spot.
Dixie Walker, who led the Dodgers in hitting last season with .308, has been relegated to the background. The Dodgers are blaming him for their failure to; give the Reds a closer race last' year, saying Walker let too many j base hits fall in short center field. I
The pressure is heavy on Kirby | Higbe fro mthe Phillies and Catch- j er Mickey Owen from the Cards,j two players for whom the Dodg- j ers shelled out $175,000. The; Dodgers played their last varsity J against the Yanks last Friday--Higbe from the Phillies and Catch-—and were blanked 7-0.
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ing the catching staff consists of I vain young rete neiser, a great
prospect, will be able to play Centerfield. Others are not so sure. Reiser can hit, run and throw but he never played center before. Joe Med wick will play left and the veteran Paul Wailer is showing unexpectedly good form in right. Walker, Joe .Vosmik and Jimmy Wasdell will be the utility men.
The class of the Dodgers is centered in their infield of Doll Ca-milli at first, Pete Coacarart at second, Peewee Reese at short and Cookie Lavalette at third. Reese is a championship bell player and
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hibition starts against the Giants j he’s blown big leads.
Higbe and Wyatt should be big I winners, but the best the Dodgers | can show in the way of a lefthander is Wesley Flowers, who has nothing but soft stuff. Ed Head is the best looking youngster. 'Bill Swift will be No. I relief man. Tex Carleton, Kemp Wicker, Lee Grissom, Steve Rachunok, Max Macon, Howard Mills and Al Steerer are all in the question mark claaa.
Reiaer In Center.
Manager Leo Durocher is certain young Pete Reiser, a great prospect, will be able to play Centerfield. Others are not so sure. Reiser can hit, run and throw but he never played center before. Joe Med wick will play left and the veteran Paul Wailer is showing unexpectedly good form in right. Walker, Joe Vosmik and Jimmy Wasdell will be the utility men.
The class of the Dodgers is centered in their infield of Dolf Ca-milli at first, Pete Coacarart at second, Peewee Reese at short and Cookie Lavalette at third. Reese is a championship ball player and the only possible doubt about him is whether he is rugged enough to play IM games st top speed. Manager Durocher, Lew Riggs from the Reds end Johnny Hudson will be the infield reserves.
By EDDIE BRIE TZ
NEW YORK, April 8.—Bill Jurges gives a fine, inspiring letter from Lou Gehrig (whom he hardly knows) the credit for sending him to the Mayo clinic and putting him back on the road to health . . . Ben Hogan,# the
demon Texan, has finished in the money in 45 consecutive golf tournaments ... U. of Arkansas is afeared the Army is going to grab its crack cage coach, Glen Rose.
Making the Rounds.
Charley Miller, famous guide and conditioner, says he can make a heavyweight out of Billy Conn. “If he’ll come into the Maine woods with me a few weeks before he starts training for Louis, I’ll bet I’ll put IO pounds on him,” says Charley, “and not an ounce of it will be fat” . . . Add winning streaks: The Stanley (N. C.) high basketeers have just completed their third straight undefeated season, for a total of 83 consecutive wins . . . and the Little
Rock highs have won 80 track meets in a row and 15 consecutive state titles . . . Pants Rowland of the Cubs’ brain trust is looking over Brooklyn’s Montreal farm hands, indicating a Dodger deal for Billy Herman is not a dead pigeon—yet.
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At Pulaski, Va—New York <N> va.
At Charlotte. N. C—Detroit (A) va.
At Wichita, Kans.—Boston (Ni vs. St. Louis (Al.
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At Lubbock, Texas—Chicago (A) va. Chicago i N i.
At Waco, Texas-St. Louis (Ni vs. Dallas (TL».
At Columbia. S C—Philadelphia (N) va. Columbia (SAL).
At Owensboro. Ky—Boston (A), 5;
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At Atlanta—Brooklyn (Ni, 2; New York (A*. I.
At Shreveport, La.—Bt. Louia (NI. 14; Shreveport (TLI, 0
At Albuquerque. N M.—Philadelphia (Al, 13, Pittsburgh (Ni, 6.
At El Paso. Taxaa—Chicago tN*, 7; Chicago (Al, 4.
At Johnson City, Tenn—Cleveland <A), 7; New York (N), I.
At Charleston, S. C—Charleston (SAL), 3, Philadelphia (NI, 2.
CUBS-SOX I LUBBOCK, Texas. April 8.—0J.P)
I —Trailing 5 to 3 in their spring exhibition series with the Cubs, the Chicago White Sox pinned today’s hopes for a comeback to the pitching of Ted Lyons and Bill Dietrich. Larry French was scheduled to go the full distance 1 for the Cubs. Lou Novikoff showed some of his long-awaited spark yesterday, batting out a single, a triple and a homer to lead the Cubs to a 7 to 4 victory over the Sox at El Paso, Texas.
CARDINALS WACO, Texas, April 8 —(UR)— Mort Cooper is scheduled to pitch the entire distance for the St. Louis Cardinals today against Dallas. Southpaw Clyde Shoun, workhorse of the Cards, yesterday shut out Shreveport, La., with five scattered hits as the Red Birds won, 14 to 0. Among the Cards’ 20 hits were seven doubles and two home runs.
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and a 223 game in the Gorton Machine bowling league. Walter Tomlinson hit high game of 225 and had a 560 series. Other leaders were Elmer Larsen 556, Harry Kramer 510, Pete Henkes 509 and Nick Korzilius 507. Pengravers counted a 2368 series and an 819
game. Engravers hit high single game of 822 and Millers had second high series of 2280.
Millers ............. 712 813 755—2280
Verticals ............737 722 710—2189
Router* ............ 742 849 738—2018
Duplicators .........705 702 724—2131
Engravers .......... 822 704 752—2278
Matrix .......... 853 721 748—2120
Pergrmvers ......... 768 781 819—2388
Universals ......... 687 817 738—3340
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CINCINNATI — Cincinnati claims to have spent more money —$80—this spring for deaning uniforms than any other dub.
wrapped up in Hank Greenberg's draft number. If he goes (and nobody knows what may happen), then the Tigers may fall upon evil days. The Tigers without Greenberg are like ham without eggs. The grapevine circuit insists that Greenberg will go before June, but there is no definite information to substantiate that assumption.
The main change in the Tigers is Manager Del Baker’s plan to play Erie McNair, rescued from baseball's backwash during the winter. McNair hit only .227 with 'Av* SteiVS SOTJ&VWW’ThJIH’rTSM out of thj race and into fifth place. Then the Tigers exploded in everyone’s face and won the flag. Well, around here they are all hoping lightning will strike twice in the same place.
Truth to tell, the Tigers do look lousy, but far be it from me to relegate the Bengals to second division. They have too much power and a fair amount of pitching. This may be the age when it doesn't take great infields to win pennants.
McNair at Short.
The fate of the Tigers may be wrapped up in Hank Greenberg's draft number. If he goes (and nobody knows what may happen), then the Tigers may fall upon evil days. The Tigers without Greenberg are like ham without eggs. The grapevine circuit insists that Greenberg will go before June, but there is no definite information to substantiate that assumption.
The main change in the Tigers is Manager Del Baker’s plan to play Erie McNair, rescued from baseball's backwash during the winter. McNair hit only .227 with the Whit* Sox last season and was through with that club. Desperate for infielders, the Tigers signed him and now Baker says he’ll be Detroit’s shortstop.
McNair in condition and the right mental frame of mind might help the Tigers. However, he *a likely to have quite a job wresting Dick Bartell’s job away from him even though Birtell hit only .233 last season. Some of the pitch-
outiieid berth and he may crowd' his vay into the picture anyway.
The first line of pitchers includes Buck (OI’ Bobo) Newsom, Schoolboy Rowe, Tommy Bridges, Johnny Gorsica, Hall Newhouser and Floyd Giebell, the kid who beat Bob Feller in the deciding game last September. Archie McKain and Al Benton are the relief men. The two top youngsters are Virgil (Fire) Trucks, and Hal White. They both have plenty on the ball. Trucks can make it if he doesn’t go wild. Dizzy Trout, wearing the new contact lenses, is struggling to
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next IO years as he was last season. However, Frankie Croucher will be around just in case.
Plenty of Pitching.
Counting Greenberg on hand and playing left, the rest of the outfield will be Barney McCosky, a tremendous ball player, in center, and either Tuck Stainback or Bruce Campbell in right. Stainback and Campbell may alternate against left and right-handed pitching. The rookie star in camp is Ned Harris, a fast, hard-hitting youngster who batted .312 at Beaumont. If Greenberg goes, Harris is sure to get an outfield berth and he may crowd his vay into the picture anyway.
The first line of pitchers includes Buck (OI’ Bobo) Newsom, Schoolboy Rowe, Tommy Bridges, Johnny Gorsica, Hall Newhouser and Floyd Giebell, the kid who beat Bob Feller in the deciding game last September. Archie McKain and Al Benton are the relief men. The two top youngsters are Virgil (Fire) Trucks, and Hal White. They both have plenty on the ball. Trucks can make it if he doesn’t go wild. Dizzy Trout, wearing the new contact lenses, is struggling to win a berth.
Birdie Tebbetts and Billy Sullivan will do the bulk of the catching. Ed Parsons, who has just recovered from a broken finger, will be the No. 3 backstop.
MIAMI BEACH — The Miami Beach team in the Florida State league will wear white uniforms trimmed in red and blue. '
Uptown Business Men's Pin Wheel Has Annual Dinner
Uptown Business Men’s bowling league held its annual informal dinner at the Danish Brotherhood hall Monday night. Roy Poulsen was elected president for next season, and Carl Hansen was reelected league secretary.
Dewey Christianson and Dr. J. A. Olson were co-toastmasters at the dinner introducing the various team captains, Frank Verhegge, city champion bowler and member of one of the league's teams; Mirus Kjeldsen, highest average man in the league, and members of the championship team, Christianson Brothers.
A special tribute was paid at the dinner to Ralph Walters and Bill Jacobson. Walters was a
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By HENRY MCLEMORE
AUGUSTA, Ga., April 8.—(U.R)— There is a very good chance that this story you are reading now eventually will rank as one of the most novel ever written by a sports writer.
I say this because it deals with Craig Wood, golfer, and yet nowhere in it will there be a reference to his hard luck in finishing second in so many important championships. There won’t be a tear-jerking paragraph in the entire business, and there won’t be a mention of how Craig’s pretty wife, Jackie, has had her heart all but broken 15 times by rival golfers executing some miraculous shot on the last hole to beat out her man for the title.
Nowhere will there be a mention of how Craig lost this title by missing a putt no wider than an eel’s forehead, or how he lost that one just because a thoughtless robin chose that exact moment when Craig was making a vital shot to chirp the first four bars of the Grand March from Aida.
Wood Not Kicking.
To write a story about Craig without pulling out all the stops in the heart-throb department requires a certain amount of character. The same sort of character, in fact, that a fellow would need to write a novel about Connie Mack without ever referring to him as the “tall tactician,” or about Ty Cobb without labeling him as the “peerless Georgian,” or about Willie Heston without once using the word immortal.
Wood, himself, was the one who suggested that I do a story about him without touching the runner-up angle.
“I d appreciate a story of another sort,” Craig said as we talked after his brilliant 66 in the opening round of the masters’ invitation tournament. “I get so sick of reading sob-sister-ish stuff about myself that I don’t know what to do. I sometimes wonder what the golfing public thinks about me. They must picture me as some poor, benighted old cuss, staggering around the courses of the country with a forlorn look and a broken heart. As a matter of fact, I’m a pretty lucky golfer. I have won more than my share of good championships, and you con’t kick about finishing second in such things as the U. S. open, the British open, and the masters.”
On Craig’s suggestion I looked into his past performances, and what he said was true—he has won many a good title. To name a few he has won there are the Los Angeles open, the Metropolitan open (he got that last year with the all-time 72-hole tournament score of 264), the Pasadena open (twice), the San Francisco match play open, the Augusta open, the Pine Valley open, the Australian open, the Hawaiian open, and the New Jersey PGA four times. There are a dozen others.
After I had talked to Craig I talked to Mrs. Wood.
‘‘Honestly, the stories they write about Craig picture him as a beaten, thwarted man,” she said. ‘‘Actually, he is one of the happiest men in the world. He never has fretted or fumed about losing championships by a shot or two. We never talk golf after a round
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groused. He works on the theory that you get just what you deserve in golf. If you three-putt it was your own fault. If you get an eagle it was your own skill that brought it about.
“I will be so happy to read a story about him that doesn’t go on about his hard luck. Because we don’t feel that he has had hard luck. We feel we’re awfully lucky.”
Thus ends my story for today.
White Sox Send Squad of 35 to Jonesboro Today
CHICAGO, April 8.—(/P)—Billy Webb, director of the Chicago White Sox farm system, herded 35 young hopefuls on the train today for a trip to Jonesboro, Ark., for the beginning of a three-week training program.
The White Sox will have 112 boys in training at Jonesboro, including 30 who. have been working out for a week with the Lubbock, Texas, team. The squad will be shooting for jobs with the Jonesboro, Lubbock and Waterloo, Iowa, teams, all White Sox farms.
The group leaving here today includes three former Big Ten stars — Lennie Kallis, Illinois shortstop, and Pitchers Bernie Blumenthal of Northwestern and Leonard Heinz of Indiana.
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Willie Mosconi Tokes Pocket Billiards Crown
NEW YORK, April 8. —OJ.B— Willie Mosconi of New York won the world pocket billiards league championship last night defeating Onofrio of Scranton, Pa., 125-102. Both players had high runs of 65. The tourney will continue to decide runner-up positions.
GOVERNOR HIGH ROLLER
ST. PAUL. — Gov. Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota rolled 208 in the American bowling congress here. It is highest average ever compiled in the tournament by a chief executive.
Naval Officer Rolfs 711 Total
Takes Fifth Place In ABC Singles; Other Good Scores
ST. PAUL, April 8.—<*V-Bv-©Tything happens in the current American Bowling congress tourney here and yesterday was no exception.
First it was the bowlers from Flin Flon, 1,000 north of here, hitting over 1,200 in the doubles; then baseball players, golf aces, motor boat champs and even Minnesota's governor Harold Stassen created news, the latter by scoring six consecutive strikes.
High Team Score.
Now its Lieut. Charles Wagner, U. S. N. 58, on furlough from the Philadelphia navy yards to compete in the current ABC who hit 711 yesterday to take fifth In the singles. Wagner began bowling in 1889 and has rolled around the world.
While Lieut. Wagner was joining the singles leaders, two Toledo bowlers were taking over in the doubles with 1,304. The Ohioans scored in the two-man event when Dave St. Aubin hit 661 and his partner, Bob Lamb, marked up 643.
Pepsi-Cola, St. Joseph, Mo., paced the 80 teams scheduled last night in taking fifth place in the standings with 2,961.
SHARP ALL AROUND
NOTRE DAME — Arthur W. Pope next season’s Notre Dame basketball captain, hits the bucket from all angles and maintains an average of 90 in his grades.
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World’s Record—Foot Mile Relay:
The world’s record for the four mile relay race—each man running a mile is held by the Indiana university team of Truitt, Smith, Deckard and Lash. Time 17 minutes, 16.2 seconds. Established at Philadelphia, April 23, 1937.
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