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Page Six KENOSHA EVENING NEWS Saturday, June 10, 1944 Yankee Flipper " " " " 421 -IDlxle Walker, Veteran Dodger Fmlder, Belhng at. ....  of the :, history during his long career. He is a 4-F&apos;er because of accidents suffered by his fragile fr&me--- broken leg, two broken collar bones, a snapped ligament in his shoulder, a trick knee. and a dis,, Fastidious Leo sloshed some club was in no way responsible I've been helped, of course0 by can happen before the end of the placed elbow socket. But, in the fragrant fae lotion onto his for Walker's batting spree; the has dogged his career, the livelier ball. The reason I season, although I'd certainly sunset of his career, opposing beaming puss and declared, "It's ancient right fielder had ira. "I'm not sure myself why I'm changed to the heavier bat last like to win the league batting pitchers find him a dangerous beyond me: I can't understand proved his hitting amazingly, in hitting so well," lanky Walker season was because I was lash- championship. I hope this conver- cripple. Comets Trade Meyer, 2nd Sacker, For Mahon, Millers Harnett Field Captain for Grimm Optimistic Mil G MO Over Outlook for waukee ames; r. Away Professional Ball Cubs Pirates Draw B :: :: "i!:.. South end ............ 10 5 ,667 New Brunswick, N. J.  ()  Minneapolis ........... 9 8 .600 "Now that ball players over Racine .............. 7  .$00 Kenosh, .............. 6 8 .49 ,ho.o o, Raise DO0 000 ............... . .,. from the draft, the outlook for gockford ..... 5 8 .$85 professional baseball is much I I (No games Friday, rain.) In 11 Rain ;omes brjghter than it has been for the TONIGHT'S SCHEDULE | past two years," says Charlie : : . Milw*ukee at Kenosh,* Cg o'clock). Grimm, manager of the Chicago ...... Chicago  (U2.)  The Bowlers Minneapolis st South Bend (2). victory Legion was pledged to- Rockford at Racine (2). f Cubs. day to raise $1,000.000 from ' GAMES SUNDAY Next year basebMl should be bowlers during the coming year I Milwaukee at Kenosha 2) fir30. to buy recreational equipment I Minneapolis gt South Bend (), : Eockford at RAcine 2). .._______.-..--_--_-.-_--.-_-_-_--_.--.--By Associated Press "on a much higher plane with i Ernie Bonham's power over the i better trained players and for soldiers overseas, i ALL ABOARD--As Coast Guard partially lifts restrictions against out, Hash trom the Athletics has faded and Ace smoother teams on the field," 'lae Legion reported at its an- ! * side sport fishing on Atlantic coast, fishermen once more head boa Adams no longer can hypnotize the: the veteran big league plyer nual meeting yesterday that it I By EDDIE McKENNA through inlets in search of big 'uns. Here a large channel bass is being SPORTS Braves and Phils, but "'in with and manager said in an inter, raised $187,000 for soldiers' rec-'K .... ha News Svorta Editor boated near Oregon Inset. North Carolina. Wynn" still is Washington's victory view in tod,y's issue of the reation last year. formula in Philadelphia. "Klimer Eagle," newspaper of , While weeping skies, fog and 0ins oo, weather continue to foul Lip* City Navy-bound Earl Wynn today the army's C,mp Kllmer ne,r the All-American Girls' Ball league ; chedule Inter KITCHEN celebrated his ninth straight vic-here, schedule, leaving a doubt as to tory over Connie Mack's crew, Grimm ws here this week whether the Comets would ac- see ms with a 1.000 life-time average ofl with his Cubs who beat the Ktl- tion in Lake Front stadium tonight being the skeleton in Mr. Mack's mer team 7 to 3. Idle Brews and Sunday evening with the Mil- A Little of Evel"ything closet. Wynn's ninth over the A's "During the past two years big waukee club, the off field activity ..... ---:o came last night by a2-$ marginl league baseball managers have involved an exchange of second 0ntests at Racine By HUGH FULLERTON, JR. and he had to score the winningi been terribly handicapped every sackers on the Kenosha and Minne- Irun to make it stick After singling spring because so many good By Associated Press apolis teams. Nw York--..,--Geore Cot- !.in the fifth and advancing on anl I players failed to report for pre- Business Manager Gene Lawing c,::-am  golfs leading advocate of With the American Association .,o::n pros. has hired a /era- error the Washington righthander[ season training," Grimm said. leaders, the Milwaukee Brewers, announced that Anna Meyer, 15, ::-. n:, assistant at his Greensboco, legged it home on George Myatt's I "The reason for not reporting idle due to rain, the second-place of Aurora, Ind., s.ssigned to the :; C club .... She's Hope hit. . ]was due to the uncertainty of Columbus Red Birds picked up Comets during the spring training IJ {jICr00ur0'L-[ High All the action in the weekly S.:qious. former Michigan worn- ! Cleveland tightened the Ameri-I their draft status, half a game on the pacesetters last Beige at peru, Ind., has been traded whirl of the Kenosha-Racine inter. :, : champ, who was in war work ican race by a 4-2 decision over thei city baseball league will be concen. .; D:troit until her family mowed leading St. Louis Browns. It's now[ "Next year will be different, night by defeating Kansas City 2-1. to Minneapolis for Elizabeth Ma- T, keep from break- only four and a half games from! for the older seasoned players Three hits scored two runs in the hon of Greenville, S.C. trated on three diamonds in Racine will be with their teams from the second inning for Columbus and May Improve Hitting Sunday afternoon. .... .... On New Hurler traditions too badly, she first to last in the junior circuit.[ that was enough. After a shaky American Legion Po 21 of K@- The Tribe came from behind wth I training season on." Noted as a young player with nosha will challenege the Dumore w.ar acks on he jb... That three in the seventh, two on Skip-[ Grimm declared, however, that DIXIE'S DOIN' IT--The Dodgers' start, Don Johnson settled down :-vsterv Tulsa U tackle for whom C,',ach "Henry Frnka was trying iper Lou Boudreau's bases-loaded] "bmeb&ll should never interfere floundering around the second di- and held the Birds to two hits brilliant defensive potentialities, club on the Lake View diamond in to find over.:ize shoulder pads is single over Don Gutteridge's head.I with the w=r effort," stating that vision is no fault of Dixie Walker, in the last five frames. The .Blues but light with the stick, MissMeyer the only tilt involving a Kenosha "if it does, then we should close [who is leading hitters with a .421 ;cored their lone tally in the sixth, figured in the trade .because Miss contender. Waging a battle for third place Mahon, a seasoned infielder, is re. New York --U.t)-- Calvin Coo- United Auto Workers Local 72, 298-pound Chubby Griggs from ;Two in NtionM sho-" laverage. 1" .  n the standings. St. Paul and puted to pack potency with thelidge ..... McLish. 18-year-old Cho(taw defendin chamnions have drawn. __ Lonview, Tex .... Tub-thumper In the Natmnal the only two,_ . I   isvi  divided a doubleheader, bat. The Comets, of course, couIdIndmn from Oklahoma Cty, Okla.. a bye tomorrow. The surprLse of Harry Markson, figuring out the g . " ' l l.l_k--_- f= .I I ...... ;h, Sail s taking the ope , , " "' " " , , . t- ", . i the circuit thus far is the two suc. ames scheduled were hkewlse  r ner 4 to 2 use a httle more moxle p there'born as h, name sugges*s during knockout "batting averages" of p . . -lwlirnr:./111 in, They .t,'rld ,, th, Co " g I p ," ' "  :cessive reversals suffered by the laed at night boosting the ma lonels comm back to at the late 'the regime of "he late Repubhcan A1 Davis and Henry Armstrong, :53492 ay Associated Press ' " "'"  "' " ni"ht's "ame at 8 o'clock and the nits threat in two roles to National'._ =  .. '_ ,  : ...... reached a startling conclusion ijor's four-tilt attendance total to /l/,ll,/J ,tJ/ ,v,, "L '',Z ' "" n] +o niohtcan 5 to 1 ] If the teams are able to play to-ipresident, today loomed as a den- UA w chammons who fieured in , _  ..... -- _. I  s ' i- o . .. ue avance ratings to oe one o Ln that Bummy can be stiffened in9!hkenrooOsye:iPeadt!:ongh::di)h:!lh A ,wI:=:fi::s: :: ndu#n] hlperlat30:;:a::nelnI'cclarS next Thursday and st" top Hen- e%b:uCr f tshte}ro:k d stiegaeSt hti]ltel.e :h:!?eSgion. runner* ry by s'x one-thousandths of a nmn uar;00no t,:%::'""" e 0:2,o __e point. Davis now leads .597 to , " " g " g ]VUIIII st,P|,UJ, 'New'" xork" " ........... zz-- 20 "s24Joutpitched Lou Luc' , " glices of g Y .., " 'o ....... resins n up last year and the Racine Co- Walker ho had doubled with  , Colonels onl seven scattered He left Frda for St Lomb Mo termeo ov  ager -" nt r cn ' ' .... "  [ iDetroit ::::::::::::i 24 23 :511ithe Y [ " Y ". ..'.   ....  ...  Ops. third placers, are considered .580 the big run ot a -z not over Jos.[ !Boston ................. 23 23 -5iblows. In the second game Ollieito attend funeral rites for hislrUcey a: a great prospect, seems chief challenger Cal McLish 18-year-old   oved Chicago .............. 21 21 .500, ;o nave Deen a real nna, parucu-   , . Whatever became of the ide ton. ;. - - / New York .ff) Impr ..... 9  v,Byers retired the first 15 men tOlmother.m-law , who was killed m ........ At South Shore m Racine. Co- that the war would end Ameri- :school boy, grabbea ms secona wC-!pitching was cutting down major eago n ............. .  4:8!face him and had the Saints shut]an automobile accident. ,!ariy zor roolyn. ne young man Ops take on the Belle City Mal. I IS amozoextrous an( rooKzyn xans c' sports program? Gianc- tory. " ia" ea--Ileague batsmen today but weekly.philadeiphm. . "iiii::::::i 20 2 .5 out until the ninth inning when I In his absence, McManus has aP-have seen stran-er'" thin-s than a leable while at Douglas. the ing over the schedule, we find ' Pittsburgh and Chicago p y. l averages showed that F(ed (Dxe) isation[ Leaul W L Pct./three singles and an error producedlpointed Ann Harnett, third sacker.! -.. _ " .. . s ....  . -- Leion and Elks" clubs nut on intra. ram I le -- I 659 plcner relming mmsel wnen nl o the Philadelphia war bond golf ,to a 3-3 tie called by . . Walker of the Brooklyn Dodgers;_. st. Loui ...........  . -.. the lone St. Paul run. With the!as field captain for the week-end! ........  " " city contests marked 'ith rivalry ,11th wth .......... still is.top man at the plate wth Cincinna u ............. 25 19 .5 bases filled. Jim. Wilson .c,ame..to games. He has gven her mstruc- 1 Th,, borou,,h which h ..... that should produce a paw of close, tourney, the NationM Collegiate I " Fritz Ostermueller ana . . ;.ittsourgn ............. z z,  .oeo . . . azzzs ;tS tlreo. . A.A., Pacific A.A.U. and Metro-llauoe t-asseau oazznng au te a 421 average New York 22 23 4 therescueandretredthesmewm-tions as to starting lineups and ,._^'ff_, .... ..::---':--,^-':..-: hard fought game politan A.A.U trck meets listed .way. Bill Nmholsons se.venn[ Walker lost four points durmglBrook]y ................  24 .47a out further damage, pitching choices it was announced.lt ..... a .... ,  ,, ..... The leaeue Don.ored by the homer put the tuos aneaa m me +,. ...... . ,..., .+:,, intained a iBstn ............. " .o . Indianapolis sna n, a nine-game ' " ................................. " ' - - this week-end, to be followed ,:,.+. ,,,+ rank Colman's ninch-/"' '-v uu ,. ,,o  IPhiladelphia ........... 18 24 .429 ...... v__ ,,: ..... , McManus hopes to join the the past, may, some day. see Me-. recreahon departments of Kenosha next week by the NtionM Clay ='';" .?. .. ........ ,: .,.^f comfortable margin over bran Chicago ........... 14 25 .359 losing srem< oy ae.eam um.g- Comets for their games MondaY/Lish relieving, McLish If the rieht and Racine have G M Phelan, Court tennis championships, New i! rpie usa it aga!nj_ueUoda=.[Musial of the Cards in the Na-iAmeric,n A .... i,tlon W L Pet. olis, 3 to 2, behm.atnes.uperia,Vean d Tuesday at Rockford he re-!arm which has seenail the serv'ce and "Duke" Grover respectivelv, York'Sthe N,tionalWar bOndAA.u.golftr,ckeventmeet.Znd ' tteSwwi!aY;oOn!Cecaoan:.;dl ::l adL:gl; poCih: e t::3:l.uggiunrg- i]pa}lkue" :. : : : : : : : : : : : .22 i! 76 tUSCwkhn/gwT}tieJ:tvnnneUi:t:,itgig oe i 7:tgen  o frsth, lye a:flge:tSwtirl ;Othvg . ::e top ::: c::e ox erasers .. Of course, there'll be assorted r Re,dy to Play I " . _'.. /man Tucker of the Chicago WhitelLouisvflle ............. 25 22 .532 ....... , . /him fro= warminv un the left arm " . '" " ' baseball games and horse races Detroit in the American ana ew / " 0 set the Americanl Toledo 21 22 488 eight eive smKeous came zn suc- . , o  . .... ............... Sox continued t ...... ............ .. 25 "4o4 ." ......... Another announcement m the and serwng up a few from that Uhhzmg the open date m the and  few boxing contests .... xor i-'rillaClelpnla t l.,OUl$, ana! " 391 was " axnneapoxm ............ ,, cession In me seconcl ana mira . . ." ..... =. ....  __ League pace but hs . nlnelKansas City 14 28 333 Comet camp was that Audrey Wag-;sde league schedule the Auto Workers If'the Poughkeepsie regstts was uncmnau in tne rauonm naa an ......... he re Indiana oils ............. 13 32 "28S innings + _. poznLs unaer ms mar ozt P -: P ............ " , ner right fielder has completedl ............ hope .o get back on the victory in there somewhere, it would ap- open date . , . ,uolHa ttelleve lmseu , . . wous week. ESTESBAI"S aESULTS ....... her studies at Bensonville, Ill., high ,beam when ,hey play a contest pear quite like  normM June r e, , ,. Max Lanier and George Mun-I American Le,gue ::m Rural Nnld ,o,oo,, and checked in at noon to-} ..S.}rangt, as ,t may seem. the pos-Sundayaft.ernoon, at .2:30at Lm. --until you started naming the r0rmer 000Dner 00Tar ger of the Cards remained at the wasngton 2; Phll adelphia 1. JUlll [lU I lVllJ day. ready to perform in her cus-lslvuY is more than remote for colnpar,cuamonq against me Lmr athletes in all these events 0 ............. ,___l Clevmand 4" S ou . * ........ t after missin  all but ac''isn nimselt says that he throws In. uercnants. ne game was an. e-. .i  1 Op OI alonal League plt:ae Others not' scheduled) le' '* I I 1 ,,,, o  .......... ' ..... - .......... . .  , - L...-- '--'' " "' ; one ame thus far due to her/" pretty gooo," wire ms lett nand.'nouncea toaay oy oacK wrllle og JIGGERS, MORE FIGGERS: I1, AIKIns0n t.oacn with 6 and I r ecoros, aoe 'age[Nation 1 League rlYe ,||U LU studie I Leo Durocher Dodger manager Local 72 I of the xans mike yDa oz oson Chicago 3 Pittsburgh 3 (11 innings " ' " " While this department so far has " ', : , , .......... :who has held high regard for the Weather conditions were non@ t Fort Atkmson Wis -- (.')  Mel Harder of Cleveland and I caned rainl. _ ......... I vteanwnile -aunne 'zro. wno .oun  Tn.;  .,_^^ ._ , ....... tOO cheerful tod - an " th  ^"'^^" failed to turn up any national ' " f Chlca" o Brooklyn 3 Boston 2 'nilamepnla  um  :ammy . '3  , ,,a,, ,,, ,,v jv,, tz ' =y. , = vu.,uv, Ben Ferrer former Umversty George Maltzberger o g - " :is still in school daffy at Harmson ........ leaders in college or scholastic ] ' , ....... [ Other no chedued) u,, of Detroit hittin boomin ......... Iclub late m spring training, pro.,for Sunday snt too promising, but baseball, contributors report that I of Minnesota football star has morea into a Iour-way ue Ior - - o . o: Tecrt a nlcago eonunues zo corn< fe " s " ore th ' . .... IAmerican AssociAtion 1,a wnnd nff th,* te and usln . o , . . . ssed himself a In 1 wi the4he athletes ere hopeful the Columbia's Dick Ames fanned 88 been appointed athletm coach and American League pcnmg nono I =t Paul 4-1' Louisville 2- . .... +o, 11.a  d + hl d mue zor games nere, ana unaer kid " afLer last nmht's ame in "weeps' would subside in the sky batsmen and allowed 24 runs in , h sical education instructor at with 5 and 1 mound marks. Columbus 2"'Knsas Cit "" u V .......... "--?:-L''=_'.'_-:': the trying circumstances has ,.,h, ...  ..=  ..... i- ^' * ..... ,   ;_ ,Fort Atk" s g , P - St. Louis ousted Cincinn ti as ....... - .... .... earest com,,,,titor as the Philadel- _ . - ...... - B.aves 3-2. McLish held the Braves morrow's schedule. 78 innings and Ralph Brancs. the P y " . ' Y " a five stroke aovanmge uver zzz . -- .... ---.,, -. ,, o,,, ........   ....... v.:, , m on h h school Su t a Indianapolis 3 Minneapolis 2 turned m a good all around show r N.Y.U. freshman just signed by :of Schools W. E. Gordon announced National League fielding leader I xeeera?popnaU.ee' nn aoume- hia Inqu'er War Bond tourna- ing. once sne is ame m serve to five hits in gaining his second . whiffedthe Dodgers.77 inallowed100 innings.28 runsifanda11 [yesterday. Ferrier recently was with a .983 percentage while Brook- . ...... ......... = .......... ment entered its third day aown ana zorge me rooks aria straight starting triumph and his I/ t[01'/S t i given a medical discharge from the lyn retained the hitting lead with .'y''. _""  Byrd a former Major league out- strenuous rave s.cneames, ner second straight five-hitter. Nate An-V/'tl |1"1/1 t/'lr the runs were earned, which Inavy He succeeds Louis Hanson, 280 The American League lead. " .......... fielder ' who have up baseball for fielding aria nitting snoma improve drews started for the Braves andi/UUllU 1U1 isn't likely in college ball. Branch "o " " Fond du Lac who re " "  _. I.z aouozeneaaers. ,o ' ,j It rmerly ot , - era remained unchanged, wasnlng. Chicago at Pittsburgh. the links, blistered around the Tor- immeasurably, it was pointed out. was .relieved by Armand Cardoni wouldAmes haVeone ofan 2.77E'R'A" .... of 2.52Masonand isigned last year., Detroittn pacing the hitters with .273 andthe fielding with .975. PhiladelphtaBStn at BrooklYn.at N,w York- resda]e-Frg, nkford country club She was a mainstay of the infield in the e,ghth inning. Cardoni was Firsls ,n; Four Leeper, who chalked up 50 whif- , st. Louts at Cincinnati. course during yesterday's second atisesShortstOPto be anlaStironcladsean cogand inPrm'the WalkerCharged doubledwith theandlOSSMickeyafter OwenDixie i Maine is the easternmost state * round with a four-under-par 67 to tings and allowed only two hits !in the Union. Back the Attack -- Buy Bonds! American League in one American Legion play-off A]I doubleheaders.) hold his opening day lead over a smooth functioning of the group singled him across with the win- series at Gastonia. N. C.. this Detroit at Ch/cao. field composed of the country's this summer, ning tally in lhe ninth. ! Milwaukee---,F,--Led by versa- Cleveland at St. Louis. leading golfers with a 36-hole total All games were canceled around , 'tile Claude Buddy) Young and spring, also won six straight for Washington at Philadelphia. of 133. " the circuit Friday, and reports in- Jones, :v00adison West Michigan Nears ,Capt. Bob Kelley. Illinois track Dallas. N. C.. high school but New York at Boston. Craig Wood of Mamaroneck, N. dicated unsettled weather made it iteam today ruled favorite to win. his full record isn't available. ,j American Association Y.. posted the low score of the day dubious as to whether tonight's and for the third time. the National {All doubleheaders. SERVICE DEPT.: Lieut. Wal- Toledo at Milwaukee. with a 66 and a two day total of Sunday's games would go on ac- ' Collegiate Athletic association's son ter football'Bt")Pzyne, former Clem-star who was reporl- Enfoy 00o]den Year" Idlarpolls Columbtm at rmu CitY.at at St. --eapoU.PauL Philadelphia,was 138 t hId d secnd place and crding followed who by carded Bud Lewis.00 o00o' Diamond Crown twenty-third annual meet, with thQ 18 ,'ear old negro freshman mak- ed missing on flight over Eu- + ling a bid to set the pace in foul- ing round of 69 and posted a 70 Irene Applegreen of Rockford, [events. rope t,,o months ago, is , City Schedules p isoner in Germany, according to  MadLson. Wis. The 1943-'44 defeat.-d tennis team. Win Guen. ,esterday for a total of 139. who hails from Peoria, Illinois is Ann Arbor, Mich. -- (U.I) -- The The Illini. with a 12-man squad. school year will go down a - ther coached the golf team. Jones In fourth and fifth places were setting the pace among the batters University of Michigan baseball lwere one of 25 colleges competing Ninerd membersreceivedofbYhis hiSplanefilY.erew i' golden year" in sports for d was in charge of the football, SUNDAY, SUNE I1 he tournament co-favorites, Har- in the All-American Girls Profes- team will attempt to add the Big in the@day-and-night program at also were taken prisoners .... i sn West high school and its basketball and track teams and Inter-city BuebMl Senior League old (Jug) McSpaden, who matched sional Ball league with a towering Ten baseball championship to itslMarquette Stadium. with all pre- French airmen sent to Shepprd coach, Willis ,1"ones. The Regents as athletic director, lent a hSnd Racine---Game at :30 p.m.-- his opening round of 70 for an ag- average of .467. However, the seven other 1943-44 conference ti-iliminaries and two finals scheduled Field, Tex., for training as air- !swept all major sports titles in in other sport& co-op L Belle City Malleable a' gregate of 140, and Byron Nelson, leader in respect to number of ties today when it meets Purduefor the afternoon and 12 finals oll South Shore who carded a 70 yesterday and an times at bat is Dorothy Schroeder[in a double header after a record!tonight's card. planesoccermechaniCSto GI's there.hZVezndintrducedthe game !balllsight' crown,exceptingandthegainedState abaSket'good good.JneSHeiS isa loCala graduatebY WhOof Madi-made AmericanFk at DouglasLegin' Racine, v Racine opening round of 71. Tied with of South Bend, a Sadors, II1.,. na-lo f six consecutive conference base-! He is favored to win both dash att,ined such popuhrity it has snare of minor championships as son Central high school and the .unenCanat Lake Legion,vt,w K.noh, w. D--ore whoNelSnzoomedfr fifthto was73 yesterdayBb Hamfltonafter ;e,ba_e2?u aiz' raVslball victories. :events. the broad jump and the g P l Southpaw Bliss Bowman and El- 220-yard low hurdles, although he been made part of the physicM well. University of Wisconsin. Jones United Auto Workers Local 7=,---By carding a 68 Thursday for a total to.. the plate. These flgtres, com:!roy Hirsch willpitch for Michigan. iundoubtedl v will find touh corn training program for American ! West won the Big Eight con-coached Edgewood's first foot- flyers. . . Lieut. cjg) Harold ference football, basketball and ball and basketban teams in 1927 MONDAY, 3UN] 1 Of 141. puea oy howe ews oureau oz -. - o " Slow Pitch 4=e # ',petition "in the sprints from F_ High, whose 92-yard run enabled track championships; the city andthe1928 while heAfterWaSgraduationa senior Games at e:3o p.m.-- 00e"a0-r Goes little Southwester, (Tenn.) col- football, basketball, and track in university.. Chocolate Shop w. Simmons Destmye DePaul Chicago, include games of June 6.!a total of 21. Miss Jochum haslConwell of New York university Other leaders in the greatest!knocked out the most hits. 17, andiand from Harold Fisher of Miami legs to fie Ole Miss  dozen years Ititles; was named state WIAA he became physical education in- Escorts at Simmons number of games played are BetsylFay e Dancer of Minneapolis. a Los I O) university in the hurdles. In ago, recently was commended for ]Class A track champions; won the structor and assistant coach at MacwhylBunks at ClUbLincolnVS.4 Shnmons Boat 10 Cub Bll Farm jochurn of South Bend, who comes]Angeles girl. is ahead in runs, with the Western Conference tourney valor as commander of an armed tdistrict WIAA volleyball tourna- Beloit high school and suceeded Coopers Local  v Keno Brs from Cincinnati, with .340; MarY/16, and is tops in runs batted in. iYoung won three of the four -- Baker of South Bend, whose home also 16 v sm th hurdl guard crew in the Mediterranean, ment; placed fourth in the Big to the head coaching post in Feb- Local z9322 at Lincoln = Chicago  J.19 Dick Triptow, 1 i eents, lo " g e es when he and Lieut. Harold Blackburn, for- Eight golf meet, second in the ruary, 1930. He won the state bas- DraWnand CopperCOPperLoealLca11932219"122at IAneolnVS" Bral former DePaul university ,basket- is way up in Regina, Canada, with I Miss Schroeder is the leader in stumbled. Kelley is given the edge mer Auburn baseball manager, WIAA sectional golf meet, won ketball tiffs in 1932. In the fall of Poerto All-Stars vs. United Auto Work- ball star, will report tomorrow to .326, and Shirley Jameson of Ke-hotal bases, with 22. Lavonne Pairs{ in the 440 and 880-yard runs, events has beem awarded the Air Medal  the city golf title; and won the that year Jones came to Madison er, CIO Local 72 at Sheridan the Chicago Cub's farm team at nosha, from Maywood, who has of Minneapolis. who comes from'in which he has qominated in tl with at least three Oak Leaf 'Big Eight conference, city, and to take over the reins as director of[Sor SoUb,m L Erwin, Tenn., in the Class D Ap- .297. ,Los Angeles, has the most dou- Big Ten in the last two years Clusters. WIAA sectional tennis titles, athletics and coach at West. He'7:30--Duczak Furn/ture vs. Italian-palachn league, to serve as an Miss Jameson, a whirlwind onlbles, 3. , Amerlm at Stadium " outfielder. Triptow, a left handed the base paths, is leading the &  , Black market convictions in Eire . George Steiner, s.sistant prin- always has done well but this year 8:30--Ke-Nuh-A. v. Somm  hitt@r ' gned & contract yesterday, league in stolen bases, now having Back the Atta Buy Bond. last year totaled 2,177. Back the Attack -- Bay In!,cipal and coach, directed the un. he really hlt the jackpot, at Stadium