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BaseuallT 'kmy L L Th II Tennis Tourna ment Out for Net Championship Entry List Will iTt1nlll!frTr I feamruFs - heal Thriller Utah ASF Depot Wednesday July 7, 1943 1 poshes Across jaUy to Break Tie - baseball team run in the ninth o w o wo uu an - breaK them a hard earned victory the Hill Field Army nine in jnincr contest played "at John ASF depot Lhed across one rvi - . hi i- . r" i-- s Play Scheduled to Start in Ogden July 15 With many stars already entered in the three divisions, Hill Field civilian net artists have only two more days to submit their entries for the tennis tournament that begins on Ogden courts Thursday, July 15. Entries must be in the recreation unit of the Employe Relations branch by 4 p.m. counter, another in the nirden Service league, was second T defeat for the Hill Field Cad. as against two victories, in un fhev are at present resting place in tne second 'P'rlHav. cir- tbwt com-nandi- ng I t - and baseman, led the uprising when he a triple with two mates (lapped Martin was also outstand-u- g at shortstop, and showed plenty )f reason why the St. Louis Cards re were so interested in his play Detailed master plans covering TENNIS STABS . . . Two of the favorites in Hill Field's tennis tournament which starts Thursday, July 15, are Dale Lewis, left above, and Bay Freeman. Each is a title contender in the men's expert division. i Postponed Games Baseball Champs To Get Trophies Set for Tonight into the army. Field team was scheduled to play the ASF civilians last his entrance I The Hill. Lt Skipper Richard ickens predicted that revenge ould be had for the previous de- eat the Civilians Dinned on the Soldiers. Tho tw nignts game: UoKin c, Frye p, WitUe lb. Stiltper 2b. Verdunckt 3b. Martin Smith If, Clifford cf. Toth rf. - a. ans are asked to remember that the baseball games 'wy luesaay and Fridav nlehts y be obtained for the asking at ree tickets for ease special m 205, Base There nieht g. W -- Service office. Headauartera build. . under Hieoeaaera each h , ...,1 Sunday .with Playd at John iff,00!!1"1" bein ecu pane wnbers Tie for lond in League The Hill Viol i r v i f m turrem ugaen sortbau '"WH uenerai team 14 , at June oh. Affleck park. a LI lilinilamt.. 2 ?him - iown 2- ronsecutive " ing me opposition safeties. -- .m two scratch inning 0t that Presents Awards To Winning Team are scheduled tonight The winning team in the Ogden for John Affleck park in the Og- Service Baseball league this season den Hill Field Employes Softball will receive 15 individual trophies, Two games with three settos set for tomorrow night in the same locale. Tonight's contests are games that were postponed last Thursday. On diamond one, Tommy Phillips, Planning team, will meet "Wild Horse" Sid Johnson's Inspection Receiving gang. Diamond two wilt be the stage for Mark Woodland's Metal Manufacture and Repair crew's tangle with the East Warehouses gang. Both games are carded for 6:30 p.m. Tomorrow night all .clubs play their second game at John Affleck schedule: park under the following M. M. & R. vs. Inspection-Receivindiamond one, 6:15 p.m. Little Siberia . vs. East Warehouses, diamond one, 7:30 p.m. Planning vs. Utilities, diamond two, 7 p.m. In the only game played last week the Planning gang walloped Ben Midgeley's Little Siberia crew 13-Linniger slammed out three for four, for the Planning crew. league, g, Piace in the first i. Ogden Merchant to Employes Softball League Play Is Being Resumed be-lo- Ught, and jmb-fJav-e 1" the physical training program for general service men on this field are now being issued weekly. Each ational new first brmerly starred I Coffin, new catcher for the soliers led the offensive with three its in five attempts, Verdunckt i 1 Detailed Master Plan Governs Daily Activities - r i E baseman who at the initial sack or San Antonio in the Texas league, where he batted .270 and prove in 85 runs to lead the i new scneauie For Physical Program Here Perhaps if Frye, ace Hill Field verier, who didn't arrive until the bird inning, had been on hand at he start of the game the final ,utcome would have been different. As it was the ASF team scored hree runs in the first and three a the second to give them a lead. Frye came to the gcue in the third and set the scat-ere- d ipposition down with three of remainder the for bits game. Hill Field scored one in first frame, another in the nd and third, and then. staged rally in the eighth to i brilliant ie the ball game at 8 and 8. The Army boys had a bad break a the ninth when Toth, right fielder lost a high fly ball in the sun o'give the ASF team their margin if victory. Featuring the fast improving Hill Field nine was Jerome Wittie, sen- - swerful third eighth inning Many Men and Women Net Stars Already Have Registered for Field Event; .x L.L, disputed Close in Two Days v 1 y. - last Sunday park in Ogden jHeck , -L 8. Arsenal Defeats Aces By 10 to 1 it was announced today by Lieut. Richard E. Pickens, base physical training officer. Both the Hill Field Army team and the Civilian Employes' team are entered in the Ogden Service league, and they are doubly anxious to claim the trophies for Hill Field, The trophies, which have been purchased and presented to the league by Chuck Hoisington of Mc Clanahan's Clothing store in Og and ivory, den. are in sun-ra- y They are over six inches high, with a miniature baseball mounted on a pedestal, the base bearing the inscription, "Champions, 1043," and space for the name of the team to be inscribed. organization on the base is expected to provide its men with one hour of training a day, six days a week. Six different unit sets of activi ties are listed. Each organization is assigned a different set each day in accordance with a schedule. Included in the activities are conditioning exercises, combatives, ground exercises, races, obstacle courses, tumbling and relays. Four different officers act as instructors throughout the week. They are Lt. Pickens, Lt. Thom son, Lt. Sigel and Lt. Hansen. The Saturday program may be a hike or exercises, at the discretion of each commanding officer. As the Requirements of the battle front require more men and better conditioned men overseas, every effort is being made to see that soldiers in the Air Service Command not only receive plenty of exercise, but the sort of exercise and the kind of physical instruction which will be most conducive to efficiency. greater front-lin- e Captain McAlvin To Play in Open Hill Field Golfer Plans to Enter Utah Tournament Captain James McAlvin, budget and fiscal officer, OASC, is plan ning to enter the annual Utah Open medal golf tournament, a play event, which will start at the Salt Lake Country club course rl 72-ho- le day, July 9. Captain McAlvin won second place in an officers' handicap tour Golf and nament the at Ogden to Girls' Team weeks ago, and Country club two near-par has been playing golf all Play Of fleers season. Lieutenant Don Grohi and Lt. The Hill Field Salt Lake City team will compete John Hudak, both of Utah ASF DeSoftball girls' . . il mil XT'!.. 14 pot, also plan to enter the tournaagainav mc xnu on it the post next ment in Salt Lake City this team at a game Monday afternoon, July 12. Eighteen holes will be played Fri Captain of the girls' team is afternoon, 18 Saturday morn day Lake Salt of City, Marg Hendry and 38 Sunday, according to ing, S. and Carl while Captain Menger by the Salt Lake Lieut Sidney Drake are leaders announcement club officios. of the Officers' team. m. been aeoni oru SL 2di xoffensive power Hill Field's Civilian Aces executed 7 much for in. wiLrnoM fast double plays, played erthree aa n three V.' allowed but iit. 1PPd rorless ball and hits to end the first five innings of Sunday's game, against the Ogwere Cotter, den Arsenal at John Affleck Park, Varlck knotted one-on- e. The Civvies alLun-W- U lowed seven hits and made seven anOay Sr !rdnck"on' Byren arne-ea total of 13 errors in the 6th, 7th and 8th inh, .The contest nings. Final score, Arsenal 10, c. the fifth Civilans 1. ". Jiuish,: All of the doubles were started Armya who fruV" Porter, CivilianHillguard Fielders pfayV the Wd short for .7 fti?h- tmarked the I,r let? in the circuit. In the first inning Bob raced far With to catch Dale e ?omb.r. Py- - The to his left tepon line drive then Ellis. In the third XtfSS. double second to Bank Wer? re'f ,e the doubles were fifth and Innings winners, and Wbe7t,,.7t the HU1 Field Civilian Porter to Larsen to Gale. wmmm The lone Civilian tally was scored adI In singled, was sacTheobald when SolZ! 'LX.and roPP'" 'wo vanced to second when Wilde At the end of a much argued game, SMOKERY WINS tne 32lst rificed and scored on Dopp s Tex BANK Bombers were on the short ead of a 1 to 4 Field HiU Army the 'or consola- on, m cere In the opening of the second leg of the Ogdea Industrial Softr. m. k. ball wer previously as leaguer. "defeatJ Mooeiatlon. Bank Smokery managed the win. Above, Carrot, fWd.?Bd "nished In a tie 4 Bank Smokery catcher, Is shewn with Manager Silvio Monday of the . 010 003 42010 10 523 wita Bank okervViT Bombers at bat aad uennets ec ae sionwer Baractu. Bombers Drop Protested Game KLkhuff' d ft Lay-bourn- .Pnf ... . V.? "tllM f LajrfcaarM aad to 4 Appealing to everyone on tho field who plays tennis, entries may be made in any one of three classes the novice class, the advance class, the class for those over 40 years of age. In each class, two out of three types of events may be elected singles, doubles, or mixed doubles. Winners in each of the divisions and events will be given special awards, to be determined later. Matches will be made with an eye to the convenience of the contestants. Accommodations will be made for workers on the swing and graveyard shifts. Results of the matches must be promptly reported to the recreation unit, under penalty of having the match considered a default. The list of those who have al ready -- submitted their names for tourney play is studded with local stars. Enrolled in the advanced divi sion is Ray Freeman, Receiving Unit's rifle-shstar who is a former Ogden singles and doubles champ. Freeman was also champ at Weber College and played with, the University of Nevada championship team. Also promising to make the ad vance division hot with action are Dale Lewis of Supply's Teletype unit, and Wayne Boyle of Air Freight. Lewis, captain of the Hill Field team, has gone through the past three years of competition in North Utah without a defeat He is also a r. former Ogden singles doubles Boyle is a star, formerly doubles champ at Weber- College. Competing in the Ogden junior division some time ago he captured both the singles and the doubles crowns. Among Hill Field women who) have signified their intentions to enter are Mildred Sorensen and Chrystal Rasmussen, of Base Security and Public Relations respectively. Both girls are former Provo High champs. Also Patti Doherty, of Appointment Unit and Elaine Spencer of the Employe Relations office. Patti has been playing for five years; Elaine says she's been doing it for fun and her figure. ot title-holde- top-ranki- ng - Civilians Break Even in League Hill Field Civilians broke even in two goftball contests the past week by dropping one to Bank and downing Ogdea Smokery Arsenal Both games were regit larly scheduled contests in the Off den Industrial Softball Association 7-- 5-- played 4, 3. at John Affleck Park. The cigar store lads scored three runs in the second on a pair of singles and Jim Pidd's home run. They scored two more in the sixth on a brace of singles and an error, and racked up the final tally on two singles and a double after two were out in the seventh. Rulon Stan field slammed out s homer over Klwell'i head to score the first civilan run in the third. The Aces registered a pair in the sixth and a pair 6f singles coupled with two errors and fell short In a seventh-innin- g rally that saw Dale Lewis single with one out, go to second when the throw in was muffed and score on Big Jack Stokes' sharp single a moment later. The Civilans overcame a three-ru-n deficit to nose out the Arsenal Bombers 3 in the second contest. Ray Freeman and Don Roberts registered two hits in two appearances at the plate. One of Freeman's bingles was a freak hit that bounced off the shin of Bowman, Arsenal pitcher, into the cars lined up between third and home to go as a triple. a 5-- u H Bank Smokery 030 002 1 6 11 1 Civilan ooi 002 1 4 S S Battcrlca: Cherry and Carruth; Klnaaoa and Taylor. ft H. . Aracnal 300 00 3 3 S Civilian! 103 la S S BattcrM: Bowman and Bcntly; pa it-aad Wood, Murray.