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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - August 8, 1953, Winnipeg, ManitobaPage 24 Winnipeg tree press 8, 1953 to y Bell fires no hitter at a s by Hal Sigyr sox Minnie Trybell in her thirteenth rear in the senior girls softball league tossed her first no hitter ast night at Osborne stadium ing St. Boniface athletics 3-1. Toppi red headed Minnie had a perfect game going against St. Boni face for five innings. She. Walked Anne Heibert the Lead off hitter in the sixth. Another Fine pitching performance took place in the first game of the gals double header As West Kildonan Tiger ettes stopped Cusac blues 2-1, for the first time this reason. A act both pitchers tossed Fine Ball. Flo Dugard the Winner kept the hard hitting blues to five hits while Southpaw Doris Howanyk allowed Only four in absorbing her first defeat of the season. She had von six in a Row. Trybell was the big show All the Way in the second. The ten steadily mounted As she inept mowing Down the a s with regularity. Then in the sixth her control began to falter walking two batters before retiring the Side. The seventh was an even worse a right snare for Minnie. The first three batters she faced Yvonne dub Cathy Lindsay and Joyce killings. All walked. She induced Phyl Barefoot to hit Prfto a Force play at Home. Annj Heibert lofted a difficult Fly Ball 7hat Irene Les pulled Down in Short i Jett Field. Dube broke for the plate Nanri was Safe on a very close play. Joanne White tapped weakly backs in Trybell and she ran half Over to first before tossing her out to secure the no hitter. It was the third no hitter of and the second fired j Jim a rambler Pitcher. Penny Avite tossed one at Cusac and i clan s fran Porteous tossed j one at gamblers. F another interesting facet of the was that neither team Madei an error which is a first for the season. All told three teams played errorless Ball As Tiger ettes played flawlessly in Topping Cusac. Nellings took the loss for St. Boniface although she too pitched Good Ball. However when the opposition tossed a no hitter it makes winning Tough. In All she allowed seven hits and breezed the third strike past five Ramblers. Irene Les was the big hitter for Ramblers stroking a single and a run scoring double. Marion dra Cass came up with a pair of bunt the other rambler run scored on a sacrifice bunt by Shirley Brown. Tryber eve Bosnyk and Jean Miller netted the other rambler hits. The opener was also a Well played game and it took a seventh inning rhubarb to Settle matters. Dot Kozak opened the inning with sin j Fie mid raced All the Way around to third on Pinch hitter Doris Witiuk 9 ground out. The fun occurred when Lesla Krasicki drove a ground Ball Down to second base. Jasny Johnson fired it Back to Elya Lampton behind the plate. Kozak was racing in from third base and collided with Rampton at the bag. Moe Simkoff threw up the out sign on the ruling Kozak had missed the plate. Then the fun began. John Shaley came roaring in from his third base coaching Box and commenced to shove Simkoff around. Simkoff retaliated with a Little shoving of his own before tossing Shaley out of the game. Then to add insult injury Helen Cherwonik rapped her second hit of the night that would have scored Kozak anyway. Cher wonk s first hit incidentally was a resounding double that drove in Olgo Suzy with Cusac s first run. Pa3j5jo was the Only Tig Erette to notch More than one hit off Howanyk. Her first hit was the one that drove in both Tig Erette runs to Supply the Vic tory margin. Bev Coe was out standing in the Field. Ruth Hatcher hit a triple for the blues her third of the season which puts her at the head of that department. Lesia Krasicki made the outstanding Fielding play of the night pulling in Ethel Beeson s hot smash and turning it into an. Unassisted double play. H s a Taci up Cockell decisions Matthews Seattle i Al a body blow thrown in the desperation of a of a 3nc Battle doubled up the Veteran Larry kid Matthews of Seattle i Friday night and put the iat but British heavyweight Cham-1 Jiwon. Don Cockell. On the Road to a in round split decision Victory. A crowd of 14.868. Which paid j ?96.606 to see the scrap was As surprised As the 180-Pound mat Chews at the sudden ninth round explosion. Cockell. Who outweighed Matthews by 31 the pounds was bleeding from a deep Gash Over his left cheekbone and seemed All but whipped after eight rounds. The he caught Harry with the sweeping smash to the mid Section and blasted the Seattle Veteran on jaw before he hit the Canvas 3n the first of three nine count knockdowns in that decisive ninth Jound. There were howls of rage in the Matthews Camp after the decision was announced. Only judge after Ewt Erimo the a Aguior Lacrosse four years in a Row and Seireg Defeated each time Isaac Brock captured the title. Imine by trouw cow Elmwood 26 to 17 in the Oelo Fajg of the Best in at the age of 16, de Morton Daniel. Macij Turc missed mis rimal so Moon exam to to Toroa to in a cattle car in Orocu to compe in4 the do Mimio track Amo Nero Champion ships Julioc mile with a Fig time of a Back May game Ball. A Story was played at Moises Iowa Awotwa Halmy win beggers Yho pc Kip up the contest of radios Uki usual to near a play Bescript Imu at t 1c o clock at Wight Lihle sport by Reugbn Carman Brandon improve spots Carman Man. Special a Short while Winnipeg royals staged a belated uprising to nip Carman cardinals in a Mandak baseball league fixture. Last night cards got Sweet revenge. They waited until the ninth inning before pushing across two runs to nip royals 5-4 in a contest at Carman. At Brandon the league leading Greys turned on Minot mallards for a 6-0 Victory. A single by Myrnan Bostock did the damage at Carman driving in Lester Lockett with the winning run after Chick longest s single sent Herb Souell in with the tying Marker. Royals had taken a 2-0 lend Early in the game seen Carman come Back to make it 3-2, and had then scored another pair to go Back out in front 4-3 after seven innings. Cards employed two pitchers. Jim Newberry started but was lifted Lor a Pinch hitter in the eighth. Walt Mccoy finished the game and got credit for the Lawn Bowling tourney set Cricket Boos sir London Reuters Warwickshire gained a moral Vic tory Over the australians Here Friday when the tourists left with 170 minutes to score 166 runs for Victory forced to play defensively and hit Only 53 for the loss of five wickets. Australian Captain Lindsay Hassett was roundly booed when he left the Field. The crowd had also clapped rhythmically and jeered while Hassett Bat i Ted for two hours and 50 min utes to score Only 21 runs. The australians could have taken a Chance and gone for the runs but the wicket was crumbling when they were put in to Bat. The draw put Hassett a step nearer to equalling the unbeaten record set by sir Donald Bradman s australian touring Side in 1938. Friday s ital scores Warwickshire 270 Tor declared i and 76 for three declared. Australian tourists 1s1 and 53 Lor five match drawn. Middlesex 216 for nine dec Jfred and .175 for six declared. Kent 129 and 163, Middlesex won by 99 runs. Derbyshire 36s for seven declared and s2 for seven. Sussex 327 and 325, match drawn. Nottinghamshire 361 for eight declared and 96. Lanc Hashore 345 and 115 for four. Lancashire won by six wickets. Surrey 2s4 and 141 for nine declared j Hampshire 172 and 14s, Surrey won by l05 runs. J i Somerset 458 for eight declared 179 for three declared. Galmor pan 336 and five runs 202 for six. Match drawn. Gloucestershire 269 and 190. North amp was enough several out of town rinks will arrive this week end to take part in the 46th annual tournament sponsored by the Manitoba Lawn Bowling association. Perennial visitors to this summer classic Harold Kesterton and his popular boys from Regina Ike Edmondson s group from Kenora and two rinks from Brandon skipped by Jack Coates and Fred Fenwick have forwarded their entries. Many Strong combinations will be in the Hunt for the various trophies and keen Competition is expected. Play will get under Way at 10 an. Monday and bowlers will be welcomed by officers of the association. President Art officiate at the opening ceremonies at nor Wood greens vice president Bert Middleton at Greenwood and mrs. Entries the following pairs will play their first games at the greens and times 7 ., Norwood Pratt Johannesson Era Thwaite bluer Somerville Secu 7 ., . Mcphall Brown of acid Pritchard. ., Cross Thompson Cofhlin Neal in kilns Dickie Schoales Kurgan. ., Norwood Dyckie Townsend. 3lcakley-brew extra ., Sargent Park mrs. Auld mrs. Reynolds brew Tarrant Peebles Lalonde. Greenwood mrs. Edmand mrs. Daniel Minhinnick Jenkins. 9 ., Sarrent Park Cassidy Beare. 1 All games in the men s evening tour Tom Barton president of the ladies j association at following is draw for the monday morning names Man s rinks in . Lit is mlle by. Marlin is Mcleod Binnie is is Ravill Kesterton is Lillic Gosling is Fenwick Sears is Adamson. Is Middleton Newberry gave up All Winnipeg hits and All their Rune. Oily Merrill though hit hard lasted the route for royals As he bore Down in the clinches to keep Carman score Down despite the fact they got 13 hits. Cards left the same number of men Rafe Cabrera sent royals into the Lead when he rapped one Over the left Field Fence with Dick but Cher on base. Curly Williams scored the first Carman run in the Bottom of the second by Hammer ing a similar clout Over the right Field Fence. In the sixth inning Merrill got into trouble. He gave up three doubles two singles and a walk but even at. That Carman scored Only two runs. In the seventh Bill Spaeter sent royals Back out in front when he homered with cab Rera on base. Aimer Mckerlie had three for four for Carman while Sou Eusi longest Bostock and Williams each Lac had two blows. Butcher went for four for royals Cabrera Spaeter getting two each. Cowan Hyde s Bat and Tom Parker s Strong right proved too much for the mallards at Brandon and coupled with some smart was All Brandon needed for win. Kinread Partridge Wilki Caldy is Dawson haseba1.l i Greys is. Winnipeg Hyde laced out a pair of doubles j royals 2.to and s ., Osborne stadium. Jand a Riple prove in three. I in a i boy davits , while Parker set mallards i royals is. Army and Navy scottish 7.15 Down with five blows ., Alexander Park. J Minot had Only two decent King opportunities and both times id pc or is City and Junior chump were Cul Down at ulc plate. Non Onhauser jew Brandon got their first run in Rosin Road Day. The fifth on Parker s single a 10 . I Gordon j is mrs. Brown boys is Yan Vood Bell is Kochler Twells is Plews Stevens is Sime Hartley Vij Barton Law is sum mers Clarke is Smith Gibson is me Gurk Pollock is Hermiston. For the Benefit of the doubles big inning gives hints 6-5 Victory sacrifice by Orlando Andux and Clarence King s Long single. In the Kastern Park. 1 Blue bomber packers seventh Greys needed Only three hits 1o score five runs. Hyde s. To Shire .163 and 237, Gloucestershire won j by 79, runs. Leicestershire 251 and 3s2." Yorkshire 255 for eight declared and 372. Leicester Shire won by six runs. Record meet. Chicago the 1953 Abc tourney attracted bowlers in 93 Days and was the biggest and longest in history. Nil Caha to redraft agreement by g. W. Lockheed Canadian press staff writer Toronto of the Lern and Western Canada at pres a fair share of the playoff Gates. W. B. George of Kemptville ont., Caha president said Friday s and player transfers Between East present agreement did not May be permitted to make East West transfers. For example. Montreal Cana Diens of the nil May sponsor six Zebb s Elmwood giants a Field 2-4 and Fis base tall club at 2.30 Cusac at Norwood 6.30 Juvenile Norwood at Elmwood 2.30 Elmwood leads Semi finals 1-ot. At East Kildonan 2 East Kildonan it. Elmwood 6 Bust of three North Golf Pluf Nordon cup and St. Charles clubs All Day. J i senior ghost at is. Jamesjr . 2.30 ,1 i Junior Kildonan at Elmwood i the sixth inning 7 pm Sive coach Len football i blur to Nihro tract Sci bases loaded blow. Triple was the Neil lettau toiled on the Minot Mound and did a creditable jobs giving up eight hits. The seventh was lettau s Only bad inning. Canada packers Junior baseball league win Over Columbus club Friday night. Ray Chapman hurled steady Ball for the winners striking out nine and walking three. Bert Bonin and gig Giolitti pitched for Columbus. De Rural topped Elmwood Bat ters with a fourth inning Homer and single followed by Reg Chopp s two run triple in she sixth inning and Grant Nerbas two singles. For Columbus s a Humphreys had three singles and John Rendall notched a pair of hits. Elmwood 000 105 10 2 Columbus club 300 000 10 5 Chapman and Kellas Bonn glow lilt 6 6-5 held. 10-12 ., 2-- . Billy quarterback club meeting discussed the finances of j teams in Western Canada under playoffs and it was Felt proposed regulation they would that a new method of allowed to shift a total of two is the funds More equitably among players from that group to the to thought Harry won seven out f 10 said Jack of playoffs funds among lat this manager. He soc pubs participating in Amateur Mattik _ _ _ ____., r. Jar in front at the ninth i diem t a playoffs. See How he could Elmwood wins the hard Way senior Lacrosse leaders Elmwood rallied for six goals in the final Frame to win 9-7 Over Deer Lodge the new pro Amateur agreement will also incorporate revisions previous indications were that the nil might want to terminate the agreement largely on account of the distribution of Junior a play off Money. The nil teams Spon Sor most teams competing for the arding tampering with cup and Felt that the Judy Borland net sensation participating clubs would worked Conn smythe managing director be East. Regarding Terry takes wife pont1ac. Mich. List of bachelors on the Detroit red playing Amateur organization rules agreed j wings hockey squad has been Cut. Latest to leave the ranks is terms e Sawchuk Winnipeg born Star to of Toronto Maple leads. Said the adopt those of the nil except nil had no idea about break those concerning the number of ing its agreements with the used in any one game eur body. Friday s meeting held in a Friendly atmosphere was to Cem ent relations Between the two groups on which there have been differences of the meeting decided that Caha officials present recommend to the Caha executive that scouts both Amateur and professional not be i fines and overtime play. Saints gain Odd decision trophies when she Defeated goalie. He took pretty Patricia Ann Morey As his Bride thursday at St. Patrick s roman Catholic Church in her Home town of nearby Union Lake. He and Pat will honeymoon in Wisconsin before the wings open drills in Sault Ste. Marie. Mich. A loan when you need one personal loan cat Loans other Lomnie Slobe mortgage s loan co. Ltd. S06 Lindsay bldg. Pm. 92-6614 daily express service to and from Winnipeg Windsor London Hamilton Toronto and intermediate Points heated and refrigerated service bonded Drivers insured cargoes fast convenient teletype service express service at freight rates Reimer express lines Ltd. William b Mcphillips pm. 72-0417 monday Elmwood tries again. Best of three Fowler in the finals of jul Semi finals Start wednesday with la Chile Giris singles and teamed with East Kildonan at Deer Lodge. 7.ou to capture the Junior girls Minto cup play Downs open Here about sept. 8 Between British co Lumbia and stars. The Manitoba All St. Boniface results mrs. E. Bennett won the a class and a. B. Milne garnered b class honors in the july monthly medal Competition held of the St. Boni face ladies Golf club. In the Royal typewriter Competition Joyce Sebastian took first prize with Olive second. Consolation Winner j doubles trophies after a lengthy match against Lenore for far and Shirley Den prey. Judy still has a Chance to Cap Ture four More trophies As she takes part in four final matches saturday. She decided to default the Semi final of the Junior girls singles to Joy Campbell Friday afternoon As she could not quite Cope with the number of matches she found herself having to play during the Day. Joy Campbell qualified for the three finals for Junior ladies and Joy Campbell is Leslie Swaine. Finals Junior single Judy Borland is Lenore Forfar. Finals Junior Mann singles Winner is Winner Kanov 2.30 Finals Anil girls mixed doubles Judy Borland and Brian Mcnamara is Deanna Johnson and Don my Kush. 3 Junior j. Yoanidis and f. Kanovsky is b. Rich mond and a Macgregor. 4 Finals Junior Idon Blett Joy Campbell and Judy Borland is Leslie Swaine and Shirley Putter. The two group is agreed at general Hospital. For head . Bruises and later released. The Caha executive revert to an earlier Rule regarding transfers. Under a regulation adopted last season and to continue until the end of the 1953-54 schedule no players can be moved to the East from the West or vice versa in the Junior a b or senior categories. Under the new Rule to be presented to the Caha Semi annual meeting in Winnipeg next january two players in each sponsored or East West St vital leading 3-3 of the time were Una we to Field a ninth player. Was Jess Haze Millie Kettel was i Jim Yoanidis of Portage la Prairie has qualified for two finals in the mens events but still has to play his Semi final in the singles event before he reaches his quota he still has to dispose of Alan Hod son the Surprise competitor from the sir John Franklin club. The1 other Semi final should produce the Best single match in the tournament to Date As it brings together the second and third seeded pair of Frank Kanovsky and Barry Richmond. Junior men s single a. Altor Defeated p. Bahoh 6-3. 6-1 b. Richmond Lefe aled r. Mckenzie 6-1. 6-2. Junior boy s finals t Kush Defeated b. Mcdonald 6-3, 6-1. Junior boy s singles r. Martin Defeated r. Borland 1-0 Junior ladles singles j. Campbell Defeated j. Borland l. Swaine Defeated s. Putter 6-0, 6-3. Junior girls singles l. Forfar Defeated c. Murray 6-3, 2-6, 6-0 s. Dempsey Defeated b. Fowler 6-4. 6-1 j. Borland Defeated s. Dempsey 6-3. 6-0. Junior singles finals Judy Bor land Defeated Kathy Fowler 6-0. 6-0. Junior b. Page and j. Macphe Sori Defeated a. Hodson and b. Hubble 5-7. 6-3, 7-5. F. Kanovsky and j. Yoanidis Defeated e. Page and j. Macpherson 6-0. 6-1. H. Macgregor and b. Richmond Defeated r. Mckenzie and Carleton 6-4, 5-7, 9-7. Junior doubles b. Mcdonald and. D. Mckrush Defeated t. Ransby and a. Borland 6-1, 6-0. Juvenile Beys Al Nan t. Ransby and r. Martin Defeated a menage and a Pennington Junior a idles Jojou blocs m. Tomsy Al Donnett George Todd battling for the Dominion soccer championship and Navy scottish Manitoba s threats and Westminster royals . S reps., clash tonight at Alexander Park in the Semi finals. The series is a Best of three games. The second game is billed for monday night. The kick off is set for 7.15. Starting at 6.30, buses will leave Stroth Cono and Ethice direct to the stadium. While the royals get the nod from the boys on the Side lines of take the series the scottish Are not to be sold Short As in George Todd and Al do Nett they two Good l ii _ Lia i _ i _ in m t _ Junior Jua ates Jjo Udics a i l and b. Kower Defeated l. Tor far an "w9 to w . Kali i Kaytes Frank Buford Edmonton up Joe a hut of Portland revenged two pre Vious beatings from Frank Buford by knocking out the Oakland puncher after 35 seconds o the fourth round of the feature event on a boxing card Here Friday night. Kahut weighed 187, Buford. 215. Kahut who in his last Edmon ton fight lost an unpopular 10 round decision to Canadian Cham Pion Earl Walls May have won a rematch with the big Canadian negro. Walls knocked out Rex Layne in 63 seconds in his last fight. Friday night s Battle was Dull until Kahut Kafoed Buford with a right in the fourth. Smythe hot Toronto smythe managing director of the Toronto Maple Leaf hockey club says Centre Max Bentley did t turn up for an a appointment Friday morn ing with him and Frank Boucher manager of new York rangers. Boucher did t attend the meeting either. Smythe said. Unless Max has a pretty Good reason for not turning up he May not have to come around he added. Bentley s Home is in Delisle sask. Boucher is reported interested in obtaining Bentley for the rangers the player s Home is in Delisle sask., and he was expected to come from there for the appoint ment. See Price these new Butler buildings make sure you see these new Butler Clear Span rigid Frame buildings before you build. See How bolted construction speeds erection makes later expansion or relocation easy economical. 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