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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
plan tHBring Joe biMaggio Here Play Captain of Aces li All-Sta- rs Their Tenth One Possibility loomed bright today that Sergeant Joe New York Yankee outfielder and Amer- U league batting champion, now assigned to the Santa C, Calif t Army Air Base, will make a personal appearance Hill Field and Ogden sometime this summer, propably in part- of- lAugust. Wor the . first!:.:!.: aeen imuaieuj vu umigPlans have erst-whi- le A. - . luaggio, baseball's highest sal- Lied oerformer since tne golden , I To Visit Field left organized ball saiary oi ou,uuu year to enter the armed xorces, Vi been having a successful sea- DiMaggio, who hd a reported . real Red With , Civilian Dance Friday Evening Cross Course program into for Hill Field will the next surely would have HEADS CIVBLIAX NINE . . . Allen A. Taylor, Headquarters Utilities, has been elected captain of the Hill Field Aces. The hardhitting first sacker has had long baseball career. Gunners Practicing On New Type Plane church. Upon his return to the United the Clearfield baseballer gave up professional baseball although he has continued his activi ties in the semi-pr- o field until the present. Taylor has seen action with some of the best clubs in the Intermoun tain region. He played with the old States Ogden Hop heat-e- n As it was, Hopper beat him by only one fish. He tried to let Brown win, because Brown is his boss, but luck was against him. Now when he gets back on the job, it will be tough going. A nice mess of trout was caught day was written and a in the lives of these two great fishermen. Guest Feature at White City Frolic arrival this nea uross swimming the functional swim- - Brown the champ. red-lett- er 'Meet the Gang the scheduled vi uic Jitructors, ng out, . . Has been JOE DIMAGGIO invited to play an exhibition ball game here. Are and Norman C. the "World's Champion Fish erman," staged a combat on Beaver creek, and if stimulants had held per, tne lineup tor tne games with a sprained Instructors lb Get Training snake bite medicine with Sour Dough, style. Saturday, he of Swim a administer pending definite word Santa Ana. DiMaggio has About 30 Men Selected for ;Sr.: making out-do-or weeks, two lead. successful fishing trip, see Marvin Brown, head of the Tech nical Department of Planning. Brown is a real man, He can make camp, cook, and Price scales for tickets of admis- boxes, grandstand and bleach within sev--al 's, will be announced ut into the For ion. hist while Cpl. Holland limited the op position to three scattered bingles. iouand also starred offensively when he connected for a home run in the early innings to put his Big Outdoor Men In Fishing Bout Jties. om pen out last week. . - ! 1 hard-hittin- have just completed tour of service camps in tne buthwest, during which time Jolt- Joe has run his consecutive !g streak to 17 games. If negotiations are completed tne Wta Ana outfit will engage the leal representative in a Satur- A fl TaIih lilt. i. ai. o uuu niiicvn ti evening Cy to Lake Salt traveling City le next day for a Sunday after-to- n doubleheader. Ball games of lis caliber, headed by DiMaggio, ;i il-flu draw capacity cniwus j sin iuuiu 1 - Allan A. Taylor of Headquarters several sensational Utilities was this week elected captain of the Hill Field Aces Civilian piays. Birch and Evans, the 89th's o.Ias- - baseball team. g first sacker, Taylor, sy keystone combination, teamed was with the old Ogden Gunners in witn sgL furvis to make a light-nin- e double Dlav in the league until 1929, fourth the Utah-Idah- o to stop a potential scoring at which time his contract was sold inning ai to the Sacramento Solons in the mreat. Pacific Coast league. Allan, however, elected to go on a mission to Saints Tahiti for the Latter-da- y Flyers The 1 Hill Field Army had a bad third Inning in which the Civies scored on six hits and two eight runs errors to paste the Soldiers 13-- 7 in an Ogden Industrial Softball association game at Monroe park 2-- 0. Bee new ciud. with his m w Cpl. Weismann scored after doubling into center field in the sixth inning to complete the scoring for the afternoon. Sparkling defensive plays highlighted the game with Short Fielder be played for the benefit Emergency fieuci xuiiua. Army Bad Third Inning Turning Point For Post Soldiers l The 89th Reair Sauadron. loArflns the Liberator league, continued in its winning wavs last ThnrHi when they defeated the 2490th QM xrucK uo. in a close game, This makes 10 victories and one oeieat lor them. The Warhawks gathered 10 hits team Ana nine mr a Kth the Santa Lie with a picked team of all- (ague, to 23, 1943 Holland Stars as YVarhawks Cop at Santa Ana Air Base, May Make Field Appearance ian Team Pastes Army; Score 13 to 7 Wednesday June 89th Repair Wins, Keeps League Lead Outfielder, Now Ex-Yank-ee Famous Sergeant t Bamboos, the Clearfield A Anti-Aircra- Supply Booms May Get Insignia Soon Hill FieU supply rooms' shortage of shoulder insignia may be relieved within the next six months. Bids for 5,000,000 units of embroidered shoulder insignia for the AAF were opened June 9 with the require ment that deliveries be completed within 180 days. will action Ogden Next Climb to Be v,,ijwwni oi xuu u Proves Big Attraction 28 amis Tournev tailing July 15 Lilian Wins Again Hikers Enjoy Moonlight Trip aquatics. ' l"11" tr . Up Mt. Ogden On Sunday, July 11 w,n courts. The prospects of a big, shiny in the a bonfire and s next issue of the Hill- - moon, star light, 28 Field employes Hill hike enticed to Join the hiking club last Friday street and by night at Twenty-eight- h nm" in Drive Ogden. Cars sped Marilyn the hikers five miles up the canoff up yon from where they took compete the mountain Into Cold Water can- com! ,the th' event. tennis field yAfter a steady climb up the the t Z Vuai cnance to mountain trail, s large clearing J aL" Jbecau,,e brackeU was reached, camp was broken and 5W? atT ,5Klfcwhoy Kr'1". . u. hunt. Hot dogs i roasted siuled and marshmallows ouww be while all Joined In tne rbmi"hed,,0r entrant, of Jt1 experience. t,n will PeJto LP,ay,n ,Lof f a to ? ' "t .tarv wf v8orous meal. While the fire danced end flickered, the hikers enjoyed group exer-ThS'next hike will be to the top match- - Du8t "'os Krament Kew ftna n'ashin tho Prac-e- u. of Mount Ogden. It Is aces across for Sunday, July 11 and all day. will last fTrf,J Htll Field Civilians ABHPA ABH O A .4 0 O 2 Roberta, rt Danes, aa 4 0 1 1 e. 1 1 0 .4 Freeman, Lunday, Cotter, if .4 0 2 0 McCarty, 3b 3 2 2 6 Mead, p . .4 1 Z 4 Stokes, cf O Lewis, lb . .1 1 11 0 Przdizat lb 3 1 Foster, cf .3 0 OO O Bradshaw Rf 3 1 11 01 0 Stanfleld, 2b 3 1 Raymond If 3 0 Kirkhoff 2b 3 1 1 2 Phillips, If 4 2 1 O 3 Taylor, e ..4 0 2 1 2 3b 3 6 Bennett, Monday, rf 3 O O O Kingdon, p Totals 34 7 18 11 Totals 34 13 21 11 Mead 2; Runs, Lunday, Summary: Bennett, Kirkhoff, Przdizat, Raymond, Monday. Roberts. 2: McCarty, Stokes, 2; Lewis, 2; Bradshaw, Stanfleld, Phillips, 2; Taylor. Errors: Mead. Bennett, s: Biaosnaw, Kingdon, Lewis. Two-bas- e nits: i.ewis. Three-bas- e hits: Przdizat. Double Przdizat, unassisted. Dlays: Bennett. to Mead Kingdon to Stanfleld to It .4210 .4310 .4102 Umpires: free-scori- ... HiU Field Armr team in the Wasatch league, man aged the Elko Town team in Nevada and this season managed to squeeze in a game with the Og den Reds. In the game with the Ogden Reds in the Utah Industrial league which was played against the Salt Lake City entry in that circuit, . the Reds wound up with three hits Lewis. Stolen bases: Monday, Mccarty, z; koo- and a run. Taylor racked up two erts, 2. of the three bingles and batted in Bases on balls, on; Meaa, o; ninguon x. Strike outs, by: Kingdon, 2. the lone tally. ElweU and Cherry. Machine gunners in training for mammoth dance for Hill Field wdsys. combat against low flying Rose's Ford Thomas with ground ne training, which will teach civilians, are now blazing away at planes as an revue "Meet Gang" the man wry stationed at this base new a folding; wing type plane, tO face water hAKnrrla nf mnA. added star feature, will take place recently approved by the ft will include fnstruc- - this Friday night at the White p warfare, Command the of Artillery m ail tne various Gal Softball Team ar- - City ballroom in Ogden. Ground forces. strokes, Army i respiration, diving from a Admission to the dance is free, The new type plane is launched 'f "hip, treading water, and and Hill Field employes are invited from a Drops League Opener catapult, and the wings ower trick maxof water the it to until folded attains The Hill Field Girls' Softball remain guests. along bring . aid In a. -- mi wen Biiuui The "Meet the Gang" show will imum altitude. Due to less wind team dropped their .first league H"K I0n nl.in1 11 prizes and surprises for resistance, the plane is allowed game to Remington MPV by a 20 P pecial instructors course, provide the participating audience. Fea- to reach a greater altitude before to 14 score as the Salt Lake Girls' 5 8elected group of ad- - tured on the - program are the the wings unfold for the glide on softball circuit opened its season i is slated to get popular gwimmers, singing trio, Romania a zigzag and extended flight back with a triple header at City Park immediately, with close Grant, June Barlow and last Thursday night. fway chosen to earth. men Prepared for Mitchell; Bill Allen, comedian;Betty AnThe game provided of intensive training. na Marshall, singer; and Shorty of excitement for the large WUr? plenty eorapletion of the course the crowd that turned out to watch . JVUGtAF clown and dancer. ntlll m " lurn ie&cn tne Wolf, Wan. It. the league openers played under Georsre Turnauist's orchestra will lights. play, and the open air dance floor 1. V?e,r laaron. will be available to dancing coupies . man ;:wo mat, every enclosed dance floor. jed at Hill Field will be re- - as well as the Swimfest e fs '"ruction in the nal action within In the fatal third, Paul Kingdon, Civilian pitcher, gained life on Bennett's error; Don Roberts singled, Freeman sacrificed the men to second and third. Mcuarty, Stokes and Lewis singled in succession, Bradshaw walked, Stan-fiel- d singled sharply to center, Phillips was safe on Bennett's bobble, Kingdon in his second ap pearance at the plate for the inning singled and Roberts was out, Mead to Przdizat The Soldiers scored three in their portion of the third inning when Johnny Mead singled and scored on Przdizat booming triple. Foster, Army center fielder, went down on a called third strike. Raymond flyed out to Jack Stokes in deep center, scoring the lanky first baseman. Kirkhoff singled, and went to second when Bradshaw bobbled Bennett's fly to short field. Kirkhoff scored when Silvio Monday's swinging fount was booted by Paul Kingdon, Danes popped up to Ray Freeman, retiring the side. The game was played on a wet diamond which resulted in many miscues. Large Crowd Turns Out at Weber College Gym Pool Swimmers turned out with big splash for the Hill Field em ployes' Swimboree held at the We ber college gym, last Thursday evening from 8:30 until 9:30 p. m.f and Friday from noon until 1 :00 o'clock. The program will be held egain tomorrow and Friday and weekly hereafter on the same days. Both men and women indicated their enthusiasm for the water sport by showing up in large num Field Girls Play Arsenal Tonight New Inter-Dep- ot Softball League Is Formed Both Hill Field and Arsenal have entered two girls' teams in an In ter Depot Softball league. Tne Utah Army Service Forces depot, formerly the Quartermaster depot, has been invited to enter two teams in the league, but at present, no final decision has been reached. Should ASF enter, a fast girl's team will be formed. The first league encounters take place this evening beginning at 6 p.m. sharp at Monroe park. The Hill Field girls will take the diamond against the more experienced Arsenal team in the opening game of the evening.. The second game will get under way, at 7:15 p.m., and the contestants for the encounter will depend upon the final decision reached by the ASF depot If ASF decides against entering teams, the second game will see plenty of action between the teams from Hill Field and six-tea-m Arsenal. Two strong teams were organized and showing promise of two nice ball clubs, until the change of shift force a few of the stronger players out of the lineups. Every effort is being made to replace these girls and some positions are still open for those players that are now working on the day shift It is anticipated that there will not be a repetition of this unfortunate circumstance, because practice sessions for girls working the swing shift are now being held every Wednesday and Friday evenings. This will enable players to Interchange in the league. Practice bers. games for these girls will be arhis mermaids ranged with girls in adjacent deand Neptune King FIRST ROUND WINNER . . . urge all employes to take advan pots that are working similar tage of the free swim offered by shifts. Corporal Eddie Williams flattened Sergeant Mays of the 34th tne tun Field Welfare associetion General hospital in 14 seconds All that Is needed for admission is Sports Contests Ping pong, badof the first round at the Army-Nav- y pass and badge. All swimmers are minton and horseshoe tournaments addshow Saturday night, urged to bring suits and trunks will begin this week in the civilian ing another to his long siring ef and be prepared to take a plunge dormitory area. Sports Leader Rex victories, in weoer colleges pool. Alvard is in charge.