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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - May 18, 1953, Racine, Wisconsin Park wins big eight track title a Herald to Dirnbe photo Netarts above Tai at the left Are five Fella tee wha Playas Auger reset Satarsky a Wash Lagata Park bilk Scheel captures the fret sic right cafe Renee track Ever area by a Racine it keel. La the above Abate Aba Paa Leaa. Wha area the attle nut far the Aeneas Atra Fht year. Preasly staplers the trophy area by Hie fatal letting a left to right Are catch Ray Karen Herb Teetai Earleas. Wha teak font la of 886-Yeed ran Aas Tam Langenfeld wha wan the High in nip. At the left la Bill Previn Arba area Bath the High Hasslea Aas Brans snap la ass than to taking thurs la the Law bar let. By Ralph Trower Washington Park High school today is the proud possessor of the first big eight conference track and Field championship in school history. The panthers scored is h Points in saturdays annual conference meet at Kenosha to dethrone Madison West As team Champion. West handicapped by the loss of Ace shot Putter Tom Schulz and Broa jumper Larry Bernstein settled for third place with 38 Points Janesville finishing second with 44. Rest of the Field was Well behind this Trio Kenosha and Madison East tying for fourth place with 23 tallies. Beloit with its poorest team in years was sixth with 17 Points Madison Central seventh with us and Horlick last with i. Five first places and three seconds sparked the Panther to their unexpected but Well earned Triumph. Bill Provine came through with a pair of victories and Tom Langenfeld Herb Westmoreland and Jim Paulson each turned in one. Don Hanson wee Mooney and Bob Wanless accounted for the second place finishes. Three defeat titles. Three of five defending champions retained their titles with sox near 1st place Washington. But a the name of the manager of the Chicago White sox is Paul Richards despite rumours going around the american league that it s Hou Dini. With Only one regular hitting Over .300, and with a pitching staff composed largely of castoffs the White sox today were just half a game out of first place. They be won nine of their last ii games Many of them with spine chilling late tuning rallies. But How Long can it go on remember 1851 when the Pale Racine journal a times header. May it. Issi ii Hose had the league agog for the first three months Only to fall off to almost nothing. Then last year although they never did reach first place they climbed to second in july and eventually finished operations in third place. Caa win if i this year Richard said he thought the sox could win the Pennant if so far none of his ifs have been holding up. It s As though the team is balancing itself in midair. Only Catcher Sherman Lollar is Over the .300 Mark he s hitting .148. And this is a pleasant Surprise to Richards who for a time thought of demoting him from the first string catching Job. Billy Pierce with a 5-1 Mark eve land reliever Harry Dorish have been carrying the pitching staff to la Large extent Dorish has been in 13 games and owns a 3-0 record. But More important the sox have i won nine of the games in which he has appeared. Saul Rogovin staggered through to a 7-3 Victory Over the Washington senators yesterday and if the league leading new York j Yankees had lost Richard and his operatives would have been in first place. But the yanks won too beating the St Louis Browns 6-5. Rogovin gave up la hits but was effective enough when it counted to keep Down the nats run production to hang up his second Victory against four defeats. E Gaines dog research Center which advertises itself As Quot a leading source of dog information in America Points out that your dog now can be figured in plans tor a vacation trip filet vibe another member of the dogs now Are Welcome Ai Over 3,700 hotels inns and motor courts throughout the country it discloses. Places to stay where dogs can be guests with their owners Are listed in the 1853 edition of a Booklet titled a touring with it can be obtained by writing to Gaines Center 350 Park Avenue new York City for a 10-cent handling charge a e a the Gaines Center urges that yen aaa Ira peepers uemae is Advent far Yew Deg s trip. Tie pet travelling in Taftt face Ane. Iene nearly an extensive As but of a Bema a. A be need la an extra Leyeh far exercising n Well fitting cellar bearing Hie Loran a tag and a Pinta imprinted with year address number of n Friend wha will a at Bema Wobu yen Ara away. That in mat Yaw Dag gets Leat. Visit a veterinarian in Advance to obtain a health certificate for the dog in Case one is needed in your travels. Pack a Small travelling kit for the dog containing his food Anet water pans a grooming Brush a sleeping Rug or Cushion and a it package of his usual dog food a mixing spoon and a can opener. Feed your dog lightly or not at All on the Day you Start. During the trip observe the usual feeding schedule but give the dog a Little less than you normally do. Remember that the dog needs fresh water frequently especially la warm weather. A Dees never Benld be left Alen in strange teeters. Al Haugh Yew Deg May behave Well at Beme Dees invariably pretest against being left alone in a strange place and show their displeasure by bawling chewing the rag and scratching the Dew in an eff Fen to get eat. In order not to Wear out your Welcome observe the Rule set up by the establishment. Exercise your dog on a Leash of that he wont damage shrubbery or Flowers and that s Good advice for dog owners when at Home too. Done to let your dog use the inn blankets or chairs for a bed and done to take him into restaurants. Well have a Nice trip. Sports spurts a vie Seitz has been re elected Secretary of the holy name major Bowling league for the 21st term which probably in a record for Racine Bowling leagues. The holy name major by the Way is the second oldest tenpin circuit in Racine 34 years. Oldest is the Flatiron league in which there virtually Are no membership openings except in Case of a death. By coincidence or. Harold j. Hanson new president of the holy name league is a Flatiron league bowl or too. ,. Flaking Geed Tai Wise Twain eang tal a Tow vial toe Bara feud m a. Reb tremor and bub Hale amb of Appleton naught la and la treat relatively Tai Taw Whit paid amb of 838 Weto Barb Han dark of new Landen recently paid a Fine of 8188 tor wagging a Alwaan and trying to Baal la away Tai a ear. La Thayer an alb a new Laden Man. Paid a in foam tor illegal Pepa Katoen of a braves Are rained out they la play tonight Chuck Stevenson National racing Champion from Milwaukee a relinquished i claim to no i on his car and has taken instead no. 87 for the Indiana do Speedway 500-Miler on memorial Day. Two years ago Lee Wal-1 lard won in no. 89 and last year Troy Ruttman won in no. 98, so Stevenson like All Drivers Quick to follow a Hunch has taken no 87thirteen members of Marquette University 1953 varsity football squad gained All conference rec-1 of motion with Milwaukee area schools competing in the Milwaukee City conference the Milwau-1 Bee suburban conference and the Catholic conference. A. John Bennett Marquette Topnotch track performer who la one of the nations Best Broad jump competitors and also does Well in High jump and the dashes took part in the javelin throw for the Hill toppers. He threw the Spear 155 feet a Good tots for s fellow who Scales Only 147 pounds. A . Tokes Tennis title Racine Extension centers Tennis team scored to Points to win the University Extension Center Tennis tournament held saturday at Madison. Marinette was second with eight Points and Kenosha third with seven. Nick Galos of Racine won the no. I singles title Downing Cook of Marinette 10-8, 8-1. In earlier rounds Galos had beaten Harrison of Green Bay 8-3, 6-3 and Nelson of Menasha 6-3, 6-4. Another Racine player George Danhauser copped the no. 3 singles beating Jacobson of Sheboygan 6-4, 7-5 and Meyer of Menasha 6-3, 6-4 after drawing a first round Bye. Cummings of Marinette was no. 3 singles to Ilia to while Koos of Kenosha won the no. 4 event. Robert Hlavac of Racine won from Barnes of Menasha 60, 6-3 in the first round of the no. 3 singles but was beaten by Cummings 6-4, 7-5 in the second. Racine a no. 4 player Robert Scheppe went Down before Koos 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 in the first round. Hlavac and Danhauser won the no. 3 doubles championship from Koos and Al sound of Kenosha 6-1, 6-0. Gatos and Scheppe were beaten in the no. I doubles by Cummings and Cook of Marinette 6-3. 8-1. The Marinette team then went on to win the title. Re to associated pts a it another chips Down Battle at borne tonight will show How the Milwaukee braves can stand the Strain of the Pac they be helped set. Knocked off their winning stride saturday and rained out yesterday the smooth working braves can regain a share of the National league Lead by dealing detest to the front running Philadelphia Phil. A Milwaukee Victory would Square the race just As it was saturday before the braves ran smack into a one hitter by the phils Curt Simmons and Wert John Napper of West repeating his 1953 victories in both dashes to join Provine in the double Winner category Napper ran the too in 10.3 seconds and the 200 in 20.9 around the curve easily outpacing All opposition in both events. Paulson again won the mile and West a Tom Miller successfully defended his discuss Crown by getting off a 140 foot to Inch heave Schulz who along with Bernstein was Cut off the squad Friday As a disciplinary measure lost his shot put Crown to big Bob Brewer of Beloit who tossed the Iron Ball 48 feet h Inch on his final throw to Edge Janesville a Jerry Ford by 5 inches. Don Adams of West defending titlist in the 120-Yard High hurdles pushed Provine to one of the meets Best times before surrendering the Crown. The Park Star was credited with a time of 14.7 seconds Best in the state so far As he barely beat out Adams. Adams gained some measure of revenge As he came Back to win the Low hurdles in 23 6 with teammate Bill Sorensen finishing second. Provine who hit a hurdle coming around the curve was third. Provine had things All to himself in the Broad jump As Janesville a Loren Clark was sidelined by a leg injury. Bill won by More than a foot despite the fact his winning leap of 30 feet 9 inches we far below his usual Standard. Mooney and Jim Demet of Park took fourth and fifth in the Broad jump giving the panthers a Welcome eight Points in that event. Paulson s principal Competition in the mile run came from teammate Wanless. The latter surprised by leading for More than three laps but Paulson finally passed him on the final Lap and won in the Good Tim of 4 42 6. Wan leu was a Good second beating Janesville s Earl Corrado to the tape by is Yards. Horlick escaped a shutout when Art Pfost staged a Strong finish to take fifth in the mile. The rebels were blanked in 1952. Westmoreland wins. Westmoreland led All the Way to take the 880-Yard run in 2 08 5. This event we run in two heats and All five times in the first heat were Futer than that posted by the Winner of the second heat. Langenfeld took the High jump at 5 feet 8 inches nosing out de Witt of Janesville in a close Battle. First place we decided by number of mines since Dewitt also cleared 5-6?Langenfeld did t have a min until the bar reached 5-9, while Dewit had missed once at 5-6. Neither jumper could make 5-6. Bob Harrigan of Park tied for fifth with Janesville a Louie chitto. Hanson was second to Central s Joe Brown in the 440, trailing by from one to three Yards almost All the Way. Browne time we 53.1, u compared with 53.4 for Hanson. Second East third Park fourth and Beloit fifth. West actually took second but was disqualified for passing out of its Lane. An injury to run Schaefer forced coach Ray Kayon to break up his Strong relay combination. Wanless who scarcely had recovered from his mile heroics was inserted in place of Schaefer and did a creditable Job but the passing was off. Twice a Panther runner started too soon then had to Stop and wait for the Baton to arrive so Ai to avoid passing out of Lane. Park took the Lead in the meet As results of the fifth event the Broad jump Cam in. The panthers then led the rest of the Way. Going into the relay the panthers had 47 h Points to 39 for West and 36 for Janesville. They needed Only a fifth in the relay even if West won it. Janesville of course was out of the title running by then. Kayono a victorious panthers will return to Lakemont stadium next saturday afternoon for the sectional qualifying meet. Other teams running will be Kenosha Horlick South Milwaukee and Milwaukee Bay View. The season will conclude with the stat meet a week from saturday. Added starter Ean a Good Dace a Surprise starter in the mile run at the Illinois High school track meet in Champaign iu., this dog splashed along in second place for three quarters of a mile before tiring. Like the dog the runners a unidentified. Dropped to second by a 3-0 shutout. The phils had an open Date today and the Brave were to journey to eau Claire wit., for an i exhibition against their class c j farm club la the Northern league _ but they decided to id the it amp to the Ait time to make up on of Tho two ame. M Jas Tuur timed out Qatar. The. Time to the cond Bob Buhl Rookie right hander who toned two hitter tart week shilling of old a in cleared la feet a Inch. In Mound in ton Fht i Ducal Contd the. Pol. Null then Blued three while the Phil. Were to tart Kerl a Cordet it Drew. 1-1who muted three Tan ,.tach a to a the Only Ina Carnet the Bravo it Phleta it Tel Ormord that we Aren Eppro Ched Phi two week. But onday thu too cold mid foggy for top track performances. Provine s time in the High hurdles was Only a tenth of a second off the Lakemont stadium Mark of 14.6, but it was j More than the conference record of 14.3 set in 1847 by centrals Dockery. Mooney and Kenosha a Bob Butera staged another photo finish Washington Park s Golf team made saturday a completely sue Shorewood squad 580 to 587 in Ai j or lotto the judges decision this time lutheran s 23-game win Streak snapped Yaak 8 a Aud Bastian by tar Marlin tone to grand after threw inc to first far dental play a Whit sex outfielder Jins elvers is forced in fifth inning of Chi age Yankee gait la new Lark saturday. Play started with sex infielder Vera Stephens grounder to shortstop Phil Lla Anle wha relayed to Martin. Chie Agu won 6-6 a ninth in Long Taal in with Knees filled tar a a see Park links team wins Angels rebels beaten Horlick a golfers lost to a Strong behind Napper in the Century. _ w _ squad 580 to 587 in a with the judges decision this time Cess Ful Day for the school by beat seven Man match played saturday a inf the Kenosha Flash. Do met indians grab pair from a s Long Janesville but William Horlick and St. Catherine s Unk Smen went Down to defeat. The panthers posted their sixth straight dual meet win without a defeat As they outscored the bluebirds 17-10 in a nine Man match played under the Nassau Point at Johnson Park. Nebel to Shew Hopr vaunt with aug even player sheeting Tai him 88�?Ts. Nichols Rad Herilla of Shorewood tied far honer with Ash. Tom Barton paced Horlick with system. Park also won in medal it Whito Cordy Lueckfeld had play 737 to 751. It was Janes Craik go Hoffman Villez first defeat of the season and Bill Chadwick 86, George at Home. Myer 67, and Roger Olson 88. Jack Sand Stroud peeled Park with a 76, while Den Jetanee had 77, darn a andean 81, Jack hither is. Beta Madsen is. Gary bar then 83. Seep Alakl ii John 35. And Tai Nielsen 85. Sparking Janesville were Beckhans with 78, Gregory with 79, and Giehrl with a 88. Park hosts Horlick this after Eye ago. A a Chicago took fifth to give Park an extra Point in the too. Mooney was runner up to Napper in the 200, giving the Park Sophomore a total of nine Points for the Day. A Faataa win relay. Kenosha s foursome of Landy Rizzo parises and Butera won the 180-Yard relay with Janesville big eight champs Law is ref we Hwy Napper. Wert bitter Kenosha second sooner. Nark. Third Reddle Watt. Fourth. Demet pork fifth time id i. _ 20#-? doth won by Napper. Welt Mooney Park. Eco and Alvia. Janesville third Orozco. Kenosha. Fourth sourienian wee fifth. Two no �4t-? Dosby won by Broon control manioc Park eco and Kaufman Janee. Rollo. Third. Ahlola. Janesville fourth Kutak. Want. Fifth Nae la i. Moard May Wen by Weet Moreland Park Chaa. Control eco and Tomczak Kenosha third founders Beloit fourth i Moor a Aporillo fifth Tim Sims Mumn won by Pauleon Park. Won Ai Lott. Park eco and Corrado Janesville cubs dream of a first class Maeh. Wet. Fourth poet. Horne noon at Johnson Park then takes Stop a almost a Nightmare for five a a on South Milwaukee in a return years a appeared fulfilled today Park Adame. Win eco and Moon i ten at the same with Roy smaller a a feeling Ere aft i f0urth in Quot Joo Yard Low hurdle a won by Adame j wet Aorta. Woof eco and Provine i Park third Ladnor. Beloit fourth lid Dir oat Kenosha. Fifth time Sjo to Yard relay won by k on ooh Ilando Nimo Parte Butera Jano Ovill of Day and got four hits in five time to a a a a i at Bat As the cub Defeated pit Saho put in by iwo Beloit Ford Janesville a Accad chalet Lameea. Weet third Andereya. Bael. Fourth. Stadler Janesville fifth Distant of feet a a Inch do sri a won by Miller. Wert we Ner Janet Vine eco and Bronte Beloit third Tadler Janesville fourth Morton. West a Loose id feet it laches hic to jump won by loosen. Park Dewitt j adet Vuie. Second Rauf men j Asta Rill a Jea Ophalon. Astral tied for third Harriman. Park. And christs Janesville. Mod far fifth. Height a Foueti i laches. Bras jump won by Proem. Park is Bola. Jaaes Elue. Second Bino. Keno so third Mooney. Park. Fourth Demet Park fifth distance so feet s inches Polo vault won by Bollt Takiaw. Bast Bedder. Bast. Second Watson. Beloit third ult. Janesville fourth Johnson West fifth Belah it feet inches Pinal Point sundials part in Janesville 44. Weet b. Kenosha is. Bast is Beloit it. Castra us. Horlick i. Match wednesday course. The panthers Are the Only team to Down South Milwaukee this season. See St. Catherine a became the latest school to feel the rockets Power bowing 661 to 671 in a dual meet saturday at Johnson Park. The Angels 871 total was the lowest seer pealed by a Racine High school Teal at Jeh Aaen Park Tole season. Even standing Parks hot 674�? Bat it still wean Good Eye ago Loath Milwaukee Chai saturday to play a beat Golf la several Aaanna an the teach Johnson Park cows. Four South Milwaukee golfers shot in the 70�?Ts, with freshman Bernie Milosch getting a 70. Dave Doss Jay Schauer and another freshman John Laufenberg All had 79�?Ts. For St Catherine a Gene Kup per had rounds of 40 and 36 for a 79, John Ameson two rounds of with Roy Smalley a feeling great1 and hitting at a .483 clip. Smalley who got a late Start because of an ankle injury played his ninth and tenth games yester Burgh 6-3 and 7-3. Smalley had three hits in three at bats the first game and drove in two runs with a double in the Quot if Quot second. Paul Minner won the opener on six hits and Johnny Klippsten took the Nightcap called in the seventh because of darkness. Smalley a performance was Welcome news to the Cuba management after a succession of injuries made him at Best mediocre the last five years. Bassett in action new York. A up a Percy Bassett of Philadelphia interim featherweight Champion while Sandy Saddler la working for Linda a a in so Cid Iray to a Cie Sam will be seen in action to sats is ssi miss quote a a a Bill Whaley 88, George wheary a 88, and Jerry of Laughlin 91. The Angela meet Cudahy tomorrow and West Allis Central thursday. Additional sports Newton Pogo 16,17 wrong turn san Francisco. A Ltd a a Pino Leila of Milan Italy became eligible for a speeding ticket while driving in an Auto race. He was on a trial Lap during the guardsmen a Road race in Golden Gate Park yesterday when he mistook an emergency escape route for a continuation of the course. He roared along a quiet residential Street at too Mill a hour. New York. A Iuda Cleveland came off the floor today using its one two punch Early Wynn and Mike Garcier to Bounce Back into the american league Pennant race again. Wynn halted the indians five game losing Streak when he pitched them to a 7-3 Triumph Over the a san the first of two games sunday and Garcia made the Day Complete by foiling Philadelphia 9-1 in the 10-Inmng Nightcap Jim Hogan put the first game on ice when he blasted a three run Homer off Bobby Shantz in the Sec. Ond inning a Frame in which the indians netted four runs. A Jan to it kit from there limited the a a to six hits and was rewarded with his fourth Triumph. Yaak rally to win. Garcia scattered nine hits for his third Victory in the night Cap As the indians shelled Alex Kellner and Harry Byrd amid an eight run barrage in the 10th that included seven hits and two Philadelphia errors. By winning. Cleveland moved into third place Only two and a half games behind the league leading Yankees. Billy Martin s two run single in the loth gave the Yankees a 6-5 decision Over the Browns in the opener of a twin Bill but the second game was called at the end of three and a half score leu innings because of darkness. Martin s blow came with the bases loaded after Clint Courtney delivered a Pinch single in the top of the 10th to put St. Louis ahead 5-4. Irv Noren s two run triple in the ninth tied the game after the Yankees had trailed from the first inning. Bob Kuzava fourth Yankee hurler was the Winner and Rookie Mike Blyskal the loser. Sex whip nato. Paul Richards exciting White sox remained a half game behind the Yankees by toppling Washington 7-3 As Saul Rogovin scattered la hits. The White sox clinched the contest in the third inning when Sam Mele hit a two run Homer off sex teammate Chuck Stobbs to give Chicago a 5-1 mar Gin. A in postponed the Detroit bos ton doubleheader in the american league and the Philadelphia Milwaukee twin Bill in National a 23-game winning Streak that spanned two seasons came to a halt saturday at Watertown As lutheran High schools baseball team bowed to the Northwestern preps 4-1 in a Midwest prep conference Fame. Coach Roland eggerding a crusaders won their last 13 games in a Streak ends latter Mort ibis Boort Ca 4 4 1 Kuhn so run of 4 Metski to 4 kit Baton r i o no Ira a Kore Iruko 20 j no to i Rue Kelt of 2 Turner of 2 Rover q lint. Of i Tolou n lutheran Norih Western 4 0 lied lit of 2 a l l ennui of a 4 Suiter to 2 a it Linda it m 2 a 4 Odo tic 2 i 4 r rent ten i i a i i a 4 St Kert of i 4 Abir 2 a a i i s 4 i a 5 i 21 Tete 22 4 s a 14 0-1 it a�?4 error a Nom in in ten. T Nom menus. I Lindquist 2 run rotted in Kuhn. Butter 2 Bek Ort Home nut a Bulter. Stolen to a bovines Rittman no or ii Kuhn. Adorn left on Boc lutheran a. Northwestern a a a a Boll a off Nom. Menten 14. Huebner j struck out by Nom Manion 12. Huebner i Tum of come a i 44 1952 after bowing to St. Johns military Academy april 24 of that year. They had won their first to starts this season including five straight in the Midwest Loop. One of the Midwest conference wins was Over Northwestern by a 2-1 score Here april so. Lutheran Pitcher Denny Nom Mennen gave up Only two hits and struck out 13, but his usual control deserted him. Nommensen walked to batters with six of the free tickets figuring directly in runs. Watha a costly. Saturday s Issue was settled for All purposes in the first inning when Glen Stelter homered with the walking Unnue aboard and two out. The circuit Wallop was a Long smash Over left cider Don tinder head. Northwestern Cam Back with Carl Erskine turned in the finest i another run in the fourth Frame pitching performance of the Day thanks to Nommensen s generosity when he held the reds to one hit i Adams first Man up struck out a sixth inning bunt single by Gus but reached first base safely when Bell to Pace Brooklyn to a 10-0 the bail got away from Catcher decision in the Nightcap of a Dou Dave Kitzman. After striking out by header after Cincinnati took his Cousin. Ted Nommensen Den the first game 13-5. No walked the next three batters Erskine who pitched a no hitter in succession to Force in a run. Against the cubs last june 19, Al a Buckett finally got him out Lowed Only one Ball to be hit to of trouble with a Good running the Outfield As his teammates catch in Center Field pounded out 30 hits including a the crusaders Only tally in the Homer by Bill Antonello to map rame a also unearned their four game losing Streak. Cin Rona a Eli was Safe on an error Cannati a out homered the Dodg a advanced to second on fuckers in the opener Jim Greengrass to time Quot the Kluszewski Willard Marshall fanned Boer of a re Hitje j1 and Bell each hovering for the want Brough the shortstop a legs reds while Jackie Robinson Jen re n"fe11, cd run t 2 a returns however struck out and Clint Sawinski lined out to the George Shuba and Roy Campanella did likewise for the dodgers. Cobs Wix pair. Tookie Gilbert Rookie giant first baseman highlighted a four Center fielder. Pall la clutch. Stelter began the Northwestern fifth with a single. De Lindquist run sixth inning rally with a three bunted and All hands were Safe run Homer to Pace his team to a when Nommensen s throw to first 8-6 Victory Over the cardinals hit Lindquist. The next two Bat Gilbert collected four of the Giters were easy outs but Nomen anus 17 tuts As Jim Hearn who sen then walked Wayne Huebner hurled the first five and two thirds and Eckert forcing in Stelter. Innings was the Victor. I lutheran had other Good acor Chicago swept a doubleheader opportunities in the first from pit Burgh 6-3 and 7-3, the fourth and sixth innings but second game being halted after six Heubner was Tough with men on and a half innings because of dark both prep Poreider gave up Neu. Paul Minner held the pirate Only three Hiu and three walks to six Hiu in the opener and John Hile diking out seven men. By Klippsten was the Winner in several crusaders batted in hard the final although touched for Luck line a Nam a rect homers by Ralph Kines and Caily at 0utflel in re Abrams. Good defensive play got Huebner out of each Jam As the preps beat lutheran for the first time in three years. Northwestern had seven left handed batters in its starting lineup a real oddity in High school Ball. Dehnert havens Denise u. D., eggerding announced that the a German Shepherd won the Tro ame Racine county aggie Dahnert entry wins at St. Louis Phy for highest scoring dog in the show at the Mississippi Valley Kennel club s All Breed dog show held yesterday at St. Louis. Denise won Over an entry of 126 dogs with her score of 199 in Utility also taking trophies for highest scoring dog in the working group highest scoring German Shepherd and first in her class. Lucky c.d.x., another Dahnert Haven dog completed his u. Title with a second place acor of 167 j. 4 originally scheduled today at Rochester has been moved Back to next monday. Ski dates set new York of a Ishpeming mich., will be the site of the 1854 jumping and Cross country events of the National ski association. The dates will be feb. 18-21. Meeting Here Over he weekend the National association chose de Eaton of East Granby mich., As president and Atlee ted Ishpeming for its 1954 convention

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