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7 T7i T II C --JTUli Card Set For June 19 r Recreation Funds - T Arsenal in Sunday Game Benefit By Show Absent for close to a year, big-tim- e boxing returns to Ogden with the matching of two widely known welterweights, Jackie Burke and Harry Wright, scheduled for 10 rounds in the Ogden city stadium, Saturday evening, June 19. Sharing top. honors on the card, being held for the. recreation funds of army posts in this locale, are two of cauliflower " alley's most prominent brothers, Corporals Max and Buddy Baer. Both are presently stationed at Sacramento Air Depot. Burke and Wright have headed .many programs at Madison Square Garden, New York, and rank highly as crowd pleasers. The National Boxinz association's latest ratings ,11st the two in the top 10 for men of their class. It will be their first go against each other. An Ogden resident, Burke appeared here . last when he lost a close decision to Hammering Henry "Armstrong last August, shortly after the former triple titlist had ' launched his successful comeback campaign. Wright, now an army sergeant stationed at JBushnell hospital, drew with former Champion .Ken Overlin and has had draw .verdicts with Billy Souse and Ezra .... '. Charles. U f t : BUDDY BAER . . Files to HiU Field with his brother, Maxie, to give an exhibition at the recreation fund boxing matches for Saturday, June 19. Don't forget the date. Weather Holds Up Women's Softball Last Practice Set For Tonight, Play Games Friday st six-thir- three-poun- seven-forty-fi- six-thir- ty In Salt Lake Under a Softball constitution which was drawn up Friday, June 4, by representatives and managers of Salt Lake City Girl's team and Salt Lake City recreation director: a women's league of that city will open play on June 15. Eight teams were officially en tered and include Hill Field, Sham rocks, Radio Tube, three teams from Remington Plant and two teams from Fort Douglas. All games will be played on Tues day evenings at City Park, which is located at Thirteenth South and Fourth West. A full schedule of games under the lights will neces sitate placing a time limit of one hour or seven innings for each game. Four games will be played each week and there is no admis sion charge for spectators. The Hill Field team showed promise of a fast team in their first workout on Monday. Herbert Clark and James Kelty, managers of the team, look forward to well rounded team which should provide plenty of action. A practice game between the Salt Lake City team and the Ogden team will be held tomorrow, Thurs day evening, on the Layton elemen tary school diamond. A final prac tice for the team will be held in Salt Lake City next Monday at th Lincoln high school diamond at Thirteenth South and State. Since a team may be composed of 20 members there are still few vacancies existing before the team roster will be completed. Any other players are invited to attend the practices or contact the recrea tlon unit, extension 8316. QM Army . . . All Boasting 'one victory and one defeat the strong Hill Field Army Flyers will be seeking their second league win in the. current Ogden Service league, when the army squad tangles with the Ogden Arn senal this Sunday at in John Affleck park, Ogden, After smashing the Utah Army Service Forces Depot nine 20 to 2 in their league debut, the soldiers ran into some unexpected trouble in their .second start and went down to defeat before the strong Utah Army Service Forces Depot Civilians 9 to 4. However the boys all feel that they have gotten the bad! one out of their system, and to bringing the look forward coveted pennant home ' to Hill Field. After the weather man came out of his tailspin the soldiers buckled down and have been practicing in earnest all week. Strong Lineup Led by Corporal Smith, Sergeant Koylewski, and Sergeant Stiltner the horsehide has been taking a terrific lacing in the practice sessions, and indications are that Sunday's encounter will be a slug-fes- t. ve ty 2 .000 postponed, wet .j.. Sunday's Schedule three-fiftee- ht City Competition Won Lost Pet. Civilians QM ,M.......2 0 1.000 Ogden Arsenal ......... 1 0 1.000 .500 1 1 Clearfield Navy . . 500 1 1 Hill Field Army Hill Field Civilians ,...0 1 .000 Baseball Team Out To Nab Second Victory in League Baer Boys May Box The Baer boys, who will make a personal appearance at Hill Field on Friday, June 18, are slated to Opening games of the Ogden box an exhibition, and Max in. all Women's Softball League, sched third man probability, will be the for uled June Burke-Wrig4, were postponed in the ring for the encounter. He officiated in the until this Friday night, because slug-felast of inclement weather. Armstrong-Burk- e year. Planning section will open the A battle royal between eight soldiers of the 736 Sanitary Co. will league Friday, June 11, at be a novelty of the evening. Seven p. m. against the Maintend preliminaries, featur- ance Division Shop team. Person ing boxers from Hill Field, Utah nel and Training Division teams Army Services Forces Depot, Bush-ne- ll will provide the opposition for the and the 34th General hospital, Supply Division players, commenc will round out the show, next on week will sale Tickets go p. m., same ing at with the following prices prevail- evening. ing: Ringside $3.00, reserved box Both games will be played on seats $2.00, general admission $1.00 Monroe Park diamond. The the and service men 50 cents, final practice games before the league encounters, will be tonight at p. m., at Monroe Park. . 15 All players are urged to attend practice this evening because positions will be decided upon at Teams Join Eight this time. Girl's League to Open on June Ogden Service League Flyers Meet In Exhibition Of Posts Will I . games 0 grounds. Utah Army Service Forces Depot Civilians are setting the early pace in the Ogden Service . Baseball league; They have won two games and lost none. Ogden Arsenal is also undefeated. The Arsenal has listed one victory in one start. Clearfield Navy Depot and Hill Field Army are tied for third place with one victory and one defeat. Hill Field Civilians have dropped their only start and the QM Army outfit has met two defeats in two games played to date. Second Excursion For Hiking Club Cold Water Canyon Trip Planned For This Sunday Layton Mayor to Pitch First Ball of Season The Layton-Hi- ll Field Emptor' Softball league swings into acti. tonight at the Layton grade ache with three fast games on tap North Davis county diamond fat A. H. MHoaggy" Hoague, least r- - week that George Briggs, La; mayor, will pitch the first ball Major Robert R. Renfro, Speci cei Projects oincer, in pre-gamonies prior to the initial con' The hangars No. 1 and No. team, bolstered by the addition Wallace Anderson and Mi Clark, of Flight Test, and under management of Dowayne Jewos will act as . host to the Planniv ten, guided by Hubert Bizzell, the first game which is schedule for six p. m. The second contest is carded & me & start at seven-fiftep. headline Glen Lewis, en 1 m. aai will Engini' Repair team, strengthened by Bet' The second excursion for the Hill Yaunt and Bruce Berryhill of Plant Field Hiking club will take place Equipment versus the 4 Project next Sunday, June 13. All hikers outfit of league prexy Hoagg with their friends or partners are Hoague.j invited to attend and are requested Night Cap Feature and Harto meet at Twenty-thir- d wil The ni&rhtcan at eteht-thirt- v rison in Ogden at nine a. m. eo Divisions feature only Supply A trip up Cold Water Canyon Is flasr race, th scheduled for this Sunday's hike. trant in the 6 Layton club under the man! Hikers are reminded to wear low Section No. i l t r heel, comfortable shoes, and bring northern Utah tennis champtoaj water or oranges and a sweater. will chuck for his team again! In order that accommodations who 1.i ra : l ; jl.j ti Liie reravuuci viviwui icii, uauuics may be made for everyone, interLarsen. Herb ested employes are requested to by Larsen's team will use Headqtu contact the recreation unit, extenQuartesion 8316, by Friday, June 11 at ters, Utilities, and Base been cob rmaster employes, and has four p. m. sidered strengthened by the addition of Clay Allred and Carl Dedall of Utilities and Joe NieUar of the Base Quartermaster officii Layton has one of the fine. softball parks in the state of Utah. Admission is free and all residents, Jupe Pluvius pushed King Soft- of the Defense Trailer Camp, Lay-ball off his throne with a resound- ton, Clearfield, Hillcrest Village ing thud last week, and as a result Kaysville, Verdeland Park and sat all softball games scheduled in the m territory are cordially current Hill Field Softball league rounding that, for root out come and vited to were postponed. . 4 team. The week-lon- g torrent churned the four diamonds into veritable quagmires, which made playing Team! B-2- - - 1 m. ' - 1 1- Skipper Lieutenant Richard Pickens, in announcing his tentative lineup, stated that either Corporal Dorgan, who looked impressive in striking out 10 batsmen in the soldiers' second league game, or Fry, who chucked a beautiful four-hittagainst the Utah Army Service Forces Depot team, will be on the mound. Handling the receiving end of the battery will be either Sligh or Staff Sergeant Traborn, both of who have been performing like veterans behind the plate. The usual large crowd is expected to be on hand for the festivities Sunday, and the special service men's price of thirty cents will prevail. impossible. er TKree Fast Games Set For Opening - Rains Slow Up Softball Play Bombers Upset By 311th Repair, Tie for League Lead Field Tennis In Tournament Three Civilians and Enlisted Man To Represent Post win m.A nior hut a. tennis teas. mmiMuu) nf threa civilians WW one enlisted man, entered in state tournament in Salt Lake W The team will also play in nm , robins with the other three nuu-Ogd the in installations tary area. mill ha contained tlla coached by Dale Lewis of Supplf Division, Teletype unit. been defeated in the past' tow years of competition and ineni title holder in both the singles and doubles in thes c ty Logan. He holds the man of 0 in the city for 1940, and was a two-yeman at Utah State Agricultun wa college and the school champ I lV three zt years. Aw? Private First Class Lyle Killp Ogden city noun amiriei nnn aauoiu, Texas where he was a leading tender in the state high cn. tourneys. Ray Freeman of Supply Ulr2 unit, is a former receiving Monday night found the 482ndron. presented them with ..two riln Ariama vtmanJ for . . tennis .. the city singles and W pair Bombers meeting the 311th Repair ana a ieaa mey never relinquished,'T" and a letterman Bombers. champion ana me 3imn Aviation in a twin Two more in both the third and and th p vada university The both defeat bill, threw the 482nd team games playing off pre- fourth stanzas, and one in the sixth f colli Weber at champion vious postponements. completed their total. The Bombers into airst place tie with the 89th Ah of the Wayne Boyle The vaunted Bombers, cocky and tried valiantly in the seventh when squad, and the next meet unit, is a top ranking V after six consecu- they scored two runs, bringing Repair ing between the two powerhouses doubles player, former M tive league triumphs, were the vic- them within one run of the snouia be a thriller. Repair champion at Weber college J tims of a stunning upset in the first ten, but Estes, 311th In chucker, forced nightcap the Bombers former Ogden city champjj game when the Repair squad out- Foster to fly out and end the game. settledthe down and trounced the 307th both and doubles I played them seven to six. Cotter, Bomber short fielder, led Flyers 9 to 4. Manager Silvio Mon junior singles division. 'I tlio Repairmen 13 to 6, both teams in hitting, out day .with a home run, a double, and Golfer slapping Captain James MAlvln seven Bomber errors contributed two doubles and a single in as many a single in three has been appointed to the military to their defeat. attempts led the Sports Second Lieutenant to the plate. Hildith, Repair- victors. Cotter and committee aidinz in direction of Lunday each Mallory was. - announcedi as The Repair squad started right trips men left fielder, was the only got a pair of safeties. ihe r v., Mead out in the second inning, when .jli batter to nick Foster for the Flyers to three hits limited GoU ' in the at try ClUO. idenfa the Ogdon three errors by the Air Base Squad- - opposing Cup two hits, and Mead, Kirkhuff, and encounter. club. Country J ie b-- not ar O,. high-ranki- Vy, ng 'J over-confide- nt Out-hitti- ng a.