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Scores Win ;ames,Now fied for Lead xxm Oeden iftffi l 1. .830 .830 .664 .332 1 2 4 4 Army p. Shops jfttt Dvw- Pet. .830 1 .332 .166 .000 S ' 6 " , mil Field Aces won both of their Lftball games the past week and L locked W place W The in a three-wa- y wltn tie for "u --na-jr- Smokery. Aces ueienicu . hm the school boys fell apart tthe seams allowingn the locals Tank , hig a triple and wuuc and a Itokes slapped out single in iour appeturauvc aul Blood got a double rfety in two trips to we pure. . In the Friday, June 25, contest team with "Whitey" lB Bspee little eacham hurling proved a troublesome to the Civies 0 in a id they won that one abbreviated by the new .m n rule by scoring three (una in the fifth before a putout iore 7-- (even-ru- fan made. I Ray Freeman, nd who poiea a nomer a double, was tne oniy iiiii register more than a GmflH men to two bingles. one V the first and one in the fourth. Score by innings: R H E 4 ox iu u 10 Iviliuu 000 0 3 2 i fielder to School Klngdon and late i P. Shops jtmua Meacham 300 Blood, Taylor. Knowles and 000 202 Driscoll. 00 03 0 Klngdon hyior. Trruuf erred i imam 5 and 2 5 7 7 1 and O . Held,. Colo., From 'Buckley Lieut. to Hill Field is u. isari. Wildhorse9 Smith Covers Left Field Girls' Softball league season will officially open tonight at 6 p.m., at Monroe park in Ogden with Hill Field opposing the Arsenal. The Skyliners will show their Playing ability as they line up in me ioiiowing order: Industrial Softball associ- Zi Inter-Dep- ot Erma Patrick, catcher; Norma Fern Abram, first base; Venice Nielsen, second base; tseuy uavls, third base; Arlene ONE OF EIGHT RUNS . . . Sgt. Hansen, shortstop; Ida Wagstaff, Silvio Monday crosses home snortstop; Annette Ward, fielder; to score standing up in the plate Jean Jones, fielder; Reva Hill, second inning of the Bombers-M- . fielder; Mary Badger, fielder; Pat-u uuumiy, neiaer. P. game last Friday night. Bombers won 8 to 0. Erma Patrick looks excellent In the position of catcher. Lhe has had previous experience in catching on a cnampionship team which was sent from the state to the national Softball meet in Detroit, Mich. xsorma ifiius, pitcher, throws a mean ball, and with complete CO' 311th Repair Set operation between all players the Skyliners promise to put on a great Down By Score snow. The formation of another ball Of Seven to Four team to be called the Phantoms is underway. Anyone interested in The 89th Warhawks held their playing softball is urged to call position in the Liberator league the Recreation Unit, extension 8316, when they defeated the 311th Re- immediately. ' George Anderson, of the Coun pair Squadron Wednesday by a seling Employe Relations score of 7 to 4. This marked their branch, Unit, Civilian Personnel section, eleventh victory. They have been former girls softball team manager of Logan, has promised to defeated only once. coach, giving some valuable help The big bat of Fred Gosielewski information and hints to the playthe in the proved winning margin ers. game when he connected for a The opening of the Ogden Interhomer with Teammates Purvis and Depot Girls' Softball league was Birch on the sacks. postponed for one week and a The Warhawks pitching ace, Cpl substitute practice game between Holland, contributed a steller per the Skyliners of Hill Field and the formance in striking out seven of East Plant Ar from girls the opposition and limiting them senal was dropped by anOgden 5 score to four hits. last Wednes to the Arsenal His double in the first inning day at 6:30 p.m.,girls at Monroe park. drove in the first run of the game. are scheduled Practice Catcher Howarth starred at the for Lester periods on at 6:30 Fridays park bat for the 311th. He hit a home p.m. On Wednesdays at noon and run in his first turn at bat. Fridays at 10:30 a.m., swing shift softball players play at Lester park. Swing shift girls who enjoy this sport are urged to come out. Ellis, pitcher; 89th Warhawks Win Once More 8-- landed two for six, Blood three, and Phillips con nected with four in 11 trips for Largely responsible for the Aces'Johnson satting average being .410 in the one for Industrial Softball associat- a .363, ion are McCarty and Lewis, third Hill Field Civilian softball team, wd first baseman, respectively, batting average, in Ogden Indus 'ho have hit safely eight out of trial Softball association: ! G. AB H Pet. trips to the plate. Their aver-ge- s .4 12 8 .666 McCarty are .666. .4 12 8 .666 Only four men on the team have Bair 7 4 .571 .2 2 1 .500 Pit below .333. Bair. .2 ...... and Murray Murray, 1 .500 Gale ale are in the .500 mean7 3 .428 bracket, .3 6 .400 mat 15 .4 ievery they have been successful Freeman .4 10 4 .400 other triD to the nlate. Stokes . .4 10 4 .400 Roberts has landed three for .4 11 4 .363 Phillips 6 2 .333 en, and Freeman. Stokes, and .2 3 1 .333 .3 tflor are hittine a .400 cliD. four 7 2 .286 .3 Gidley .. its out of 10 8 2 .250 .2 .. trips. Boyle 9 2 .222 .4 Phillips, Johnson, and Blood are Stanfield 6 1 .167 .2 h .300 Klngdon one group, averaging out of every three times up. ...127 52 .410 Team averages .12 Bombers Trip M.P.s Captain Bruno Is Runner Up ,r iC,"'"c at tne uunirj uuw Most of them play in the early eve- ning and on Saturday and Sunday '..w0 Hill Field officers are permitted to piay go as i ular physical training program, if l. they prefer it to voueyoau or son-bal- nM Amy Davis . Whittle Martin . . Coffin . Hillrich sty . . Ryan Taborn Stiltner 1 r Sleigh . 2 3 3 4 3 3 4 3 3 .. .hut out the league nirt iiftftS L"Ti ..in tTTSi Friday night at Monroe mi. m.u - -- park in the upset of the season. .13 10 7 2 6 14 6 1 3 1 1 2 1 5 6 1 1 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 Hill Field Civilians tt AB. H. 2 3 2 2 4 4 6 6 3 4 1 4 3 3 4 12 9 11 Wild Gale Brady . Stamey . Ranmusstn Balrd Davis . 10 13 18 3 3 1 tnr p (wUT OUT . . 4 1 . Ounderson f 2 H. 3 3 2 1 1 1 4 4 Nitezel Theobold Taylor . iiniirrrT' 3 2 2 . . Porter . ii S 1456 Tuatlson "Hi 6 1 Herring Herring . Verdonckt Kotlewskl Fry . Harner Dorgnn . Plumbeck Clifford Carey AB. 14 12 129 . Mackey Toth . O. 3 Smith 1 Fourth Offered Softball Fans Here Hill Field Civilians Take on Arsenal While Quartermaster Army Tangles With Naval Depot at John Affleck Park Hill Field Civilians, Ogden Arsenal, Quartermaster Army Over bo army men of the Ogden and the Naval Supply depot will provide the fireworks for a large number or them irom baseball fans at John Affleck area, m: park July 4. iA TT'ii niaiHnar amir riailv Their score cards are turned in to the physical training officer, in lieu of signing the roster at the training classes on the lieia. v for Double-Heade- r Capt Thaddeus B. Bruno of Training and Operations, OASC, in the June event was runner-u- p for the director's cup at the Ogden Golf and Country club Saturday afternoon, when Lt Don Grons of Utah ASF depot took first place, one ud. Both Capt. Bruno and the winner played near par golf, and club officials said it was one of the on the closest matches played Hill , JUST LIKE A BLANKET . . . Francis Smith, who roams the outer gardens for Hill Field Army, has been labeled one of the high - octane sluggers in the Ogden Service league. . Batting Averages run yp - McCarty and Lewis Batting lit .666 Clip for Civilians pgden 11 Starts Here Play The .....5 Juno 30, 1943 Inter-Dep- ot Contests vuld Civilian- - 4 Feminine Softball got Pace in Softball I. To Play Arsenal Setting Civilians rieia . i Ill 4 8 1516 2 1 1 2 3 1 3 2 1 1 Pet. .600 .BOO .SOO .500 .500 .500 .444 .400 .384 .333 .333 .333 .307 .300 285 .250 .200 .167 .167 .143 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 Pel. 1.0O0 .667 .333 .333 .230 .250 .217 .200 .187 .167 .111 .091 Transferred from New Arrival Hill Field to AAB, Kapid v.uy, o. D., U Capt. Kennetn l lurner. I .l1lllrl TT'k - For This Friday Club Members Will Ramble Up The four teams will introduce the second series of games played in the second half of the Ogden Service baseball schedule. The first series of games were played June 27, which found the Quartermaster Army stacked up against the Hill Field Army. The next game for the Hill Field Edge Hill Trail Army is July 6 at 8:15 p.m. when The Hill Field Hiking club has they take on the Quartermaster named Friday, July 2, as the date Civilians. of their next expedition, and has On the Fourth, Ogden Arsenal invited all interested persona to stacks up against Hill Field Civilbe at 28th street and Marilyn ians at 1:30 p.m. and Quarter drive at 7:30 p.m. for the ramble. master Army takes on the Naval The hike will take the group off depot at 3:45 p.m. onto Edge Hill trail along the Supply of the schedule fol Remainder base of the mountain, and after lows: a fair amount of hiking they will Ogden Arsenal vs. Hill Field build a large camp fire and roast Civilians, July 4, 1:30 p.m. hot dogs and marshmallows. Army vs. Naval Quartermaster After the appetites have been Supply 4, 3:45 p.m. depot, July will and games appeased, singing Civilians vs. HiU Quartermaster be in order. Field Army, July 6, 8.15 p. m. Play Ball! ladies are invited to the double - header Sunday afternoon at John Affleck park, Ogden. There wiU be no charge for this event. Any man may attend for the nominal price of 80 cents. At 1:30, the rejuvenated Hill, Field Civilians will take on the Arsenal for some fancy ball playing. This game will be followed by the Quartermaster Army versus Navy Supply. If arrangements can be made, the Fourth will be fittingly celebrated in the AU attend good ed way. Ogden Arsenal vs. Qaurtermaster Civilians, July 11, 1.30 p.m. Naval Supply depot vs. Hill Field Army, July 11, 3:45 p.m. Hill Field Civilians vs. Quartermaster Army, July 13, 8:15. p.m. Quartermaster Civilians vs. Naval Supply Depot, July 18, 1:30 p.m. Quartermaster Army vs. Ogden Arsenal, July 18, 3:45 p.m. Hill Field Army vs. Hill Field Civilians, July 20, 8.15 p.m. Hill Field Army vs. Ogden Arsenal, July 25, 1:30 p.m. Quartermaster Civilians vs. Quartermaster Army, July 25, 3:45 p.m. Hill Field Civilians vs. Naval Supply Depot, July 27, 8:15 p.m. From Patterson Field Assigned comes Lt. Col. Marland B. Millard for assignment to Supply Division, Hq., OASC.