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IW.'!U M About Lea Their Stance 11 Wednesday July 14, 1943 r x V 'I lb . r liM 'A si- Army Manages Slim Victory Over Marines Tight Game Puts Local Team In Second Place . Ogdea Servlr Leacue Team Standing: Araenal Hill Field Army Hill Field Civilians F. Army U. A. Naval Supply Depot U.' A. 8. F. Civilian! a W. .32 ,,..,1 .... 11 .... 0 I 0 1 1 1 2 3 Pet. l.ooo .AST .500 .500 .333 .000 Wednesday's gchodule Wednesday. July 14, 8:15 p. m. HIM Field Civilians vs. U. A. S. F. Army. I OPEN TONIGHT workew and soldiers can take free golf lessons ?eW' w The course, tutored Club for men and women, military and civilians. Schneiterf hneiter, wil center, above, is shown lrls on HiU inside to the Field how dope play golf. The pretty war workers are, left to right, Opal Swanson, Patti Doherty, giving eight Bewriy Lareen, Dean Randall, Instructor Schneiter, Reta Danisch, Marian Sander, Viva Oldroyd and Georgia Finlinson. The idea is to keep your eye on the ball. sav th insfrimtr SCHOOLS Cntry mEmie Win First Game Howard Brauii Bombers Take Over New Manager Lead in Ogden For Baseball Team Has Industr ial League Fast With Bombers In Play-O- f f Warhawks Defeated Byl4to3in Championship Test Powerful Army Softball Team Shuts Out ( Ptonding out a ' total of 17 hits at Monroe Park, tTDJay night 82nd Bombers turned in a de-'-- p to 3 victory over the Civilians By Score of 7 to 0 While They Also Are Awarded Protested Game in the first of a to determine the The Hill Field Army Bombers,.. candidate school at Miami Beach. of the Liberator spurred on by the fact that they Cotter, who played superbly all ionship league. in nis snore iieia position, had won their officially protested season was rated Hie second by experts as the outgame of the series game from the Bank Smokery team standing short patch rover in this u be played off at 6:00 krhawks series ime I tonight of Ogden, took over the league The Warhawks leadership in the current Ogden 482nd ten and Industrial Softball association bv lined the first leg of the sea- thumping the Hill Field Civilian in a tie for first Both place. mt had won 16 srames and Aces, 7 to 0 last Friday night at John Affleck park. typed one. According to regula- The issue was never in doubt me teams are to requned as ' a they scored one run in the first e series to deteriw the inning, two in the third, and four championship. to cinch the (The first three innings of the in the fifth Jed went scoreless as Holland, The struggle only lasted . five " uuner, ana uunderson of the due to the league ruling d set them innings down in order. which that wnen any nrovides Mohnny Mead's round tripper in team is seven runs ahead at the fourth started the fireworks. end of the fifth frame, the game e successive I hits followed in shall called. lrt order. Lunday doubled, Ray-- Thebefifth inning barrage came doubled to left to score Lun-- n, Silvio Monday Klrkhuff doubled, and Gun-- C when with two out walked. Bennett and Jesse tingled. The Bombers singled, was safe on an Prizdiat Frank ed up four runs for the In- - error and the bags were loaded. Burt Hendrickson, Bomber third mwe tallies baseman, then rapped a sharp JKnered Rannn. t...- single to left to score Monday, and . "a,. Kirkhnff n-ouh Miuiuaagij. Mead followed with a line . ma aak ka,UB across Wltn a Johnny double to send Bennett and PrizZ 1faet Bombers scored twice diat romping home. Hendrickson was forced at the plate. However Warhawks drove over of on the next play all tallies in ti.. t. Mead stole home r" n. contest. to end the . . . and iw inira on an Dave Gunderson pitched brilP rlgnt liantly In shutting out the vaunted b R OIIU DUCKILBUI MtI .. Aces, limiting them to two scratch hits, while his teammates backed at- - him up with air tight defense. X3mDer " niitinar f u huff .uu ,u y' Kaymoio. ana Frank Prizdiat arid Gunderson each garnered two safeties to lead the ana aunder- - soldiers offensive. with reManager Silvio A. Monday 111 was a round- - vealed that the boys were pledged d- ito win the game for Ace" CoUer, who left Saturday night for officer . IIIUI, . m. in Park. Monroe . three-eam- . " m 1 Sk eiht W j 9 1 u.i. " rX!-- - i"V'"" O H r;fcr a Purchasing do. now ,otty ng nd of r Pd 13 t k ."at,Oned hiM v- .. - uernro (Pwce a Uto rlB 'Panion- - in ,eu he had COtty ftr Enirlnnd. ' " 11,0 . states, rn over constant A.. I ng eight-fiftee- er Pre-gam- base-runni- ng - Squadrons Enjoy Swimming Party Swimming is proving to be the most popular sport among the men. Last week 75 men and their girl friends held a swimming party at the lake a few miles east of the field. Next Sunday will find about as many at the same spot enjoying a swimming party and picnic. of 307th, 308th, and Aviation Squadrons were the lucky ones last Friday night when a bevy of lovely hostesses from Hillcrest Joined them in an evethening of dancing at the Little Field atre. Music was by the Hill Members 368th orchestra. Stan-fie- ld Decide Hillcrest -- Southern Backyard Party Is Enjoyed First Sergeants Davis, Taylor, Hamilton and Payton have been A southern backyard party, com putting men of their organizations through a rigid pace in prepara- plete with grits and gravy, was tion for the firing range at Fort given recently by Mrs. Euia D. Douglas. After such a rigid schedClark, Information and receptionule, there should be many experts ist at Depot Supply, for six lieu and marksmen among us. tenants and their wives. The party was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krey, 2728 Gramercy, Ogden. Chess Champion Finals Winner Among Civilians Guests at the party donned aprons to help cook the hamburg ers They were Lieut, and Mrs. Steve Tomlln, Lieut, and Mrs. George Thomas, Lieut, and Mrs. Leo W. Jones, Lieut and Mrs. George Thompson, Lieut, and Mrs. Harry Edwards, and Lieut, and Mrs. Benjamin R. Edeleh. Lieut. Sidney Drake was unable to at tend. In the chess tournament at Hillcrest, Richard Julian of New York managed to forge ahead in a win over the other six in the final rounds of the game. Second place went to Francis LaDuc The "engagement" lasted over a period of 10 days with Mrs. Winnie A. Hall making the arrangements. Each contestant played a set of three games and each played every person In the tournament. Besides the winners the following five entered the contest: Irma Ethenson, William Tucker, Leora B. Friedeman, Gerald Fredlund, and B. D. Mason. Today Mrs. Hall arranged the formation of a group of pinochle players who will probably mnet every Wednesday about one o'clock. Shoots 91 Captain James A. Mc- Alvin shot a 91 in the first round of the Utah State Open Tourna ment in Salt Lake City last week end. WIN TWO, DROP THREE Rex Alford reports that the Hillcrest men's Softball team has so far in the season won two and lost three. out-of-doo- rs. Lupo of o8, jm base-runni- Hill Field's civilian baseball team which has broken even in two games in the second round of the Ogden Service Baseball league, plays the fast Utah Army Service Forces Depot Soldiers team tonight at John Affleck par, under Naval Supply Dope Army the leadership of Howard Braun, AB HO A ABHOA new manager. If 5 0 0 ODavia. If ...4 0 2 2 Smith, e festivities will include Caatel- Parker, rf .5 3 0 0 laneta, 2b 4 0 4 3lLall, aa ...2 0 4 4 races,- distance and Beneflel, 3b 3 0 1 2 accuracy throwing events and fun- - Verdonckt, 3b . . 4 1 1 4 Roberaon, cf 3 0 3 0 go hitting contests. Each team in Coffin e . 4 2 8 1 Harner, e . .5 1 5 O 4 2 0 0 Koaiar, 2b .4 0 1 21 the league will enter men in all Clifford, rfef .3 10 OKoval- events. Ogden Arsenal will enter Mackey Martin, aa 2 O 2 2 chak, lb 3 010 01 . Leo Lambert to run bases, Dale Toth, lb .4 2 12 1 Dunlap. p .4 2 0 1 p .4 0 0 2 Hedgepath.es 3 3 0 0 Laybourne and Clair E. Wayment Dorean, 2 0 0 0 Hlnea. 2b .1 O O O to throw, and Ross Burnell and Lou Stlltner, Taborn, rf 10 0 O Holltngs- worth, p OOOI Bryon in the fungo hitting contest. Hill Field civilians will enter Ray Totals .39 3 27 13) Totals 135 9 2711 Score by innings: Freeman, who was a track man at Hill Field Army 110 002 001 S Ogden high and Nevada university, Naval Supply Depot Oil 001 4 and consistently ran the hundred- Summary: Errors Davis, Harner, in once dash Kovalchak and a 9.8, Kozlar, with Castel laneta 3, 2, Cofyard fin, Clifford, Martin. - Runs batted In tail wind, ran the distance in Parker, Dunlap, Smith, Coffin, 9.7 seconds. Rawson Childs will Martin, Hedgepath, Dorgan. Two 'base hit Totb. throw for the civies with Vern Stolen bases Hedgepath, Roberson, Harner. Sacrifice Hollingsworth. Passed Gale and Bud Brady seeking fungo balls Ooffin, Harner. Balk Dorgan. Strikeouts hitting honors. Dorgan 8, Dunlap 3, HollingsHoward Braun, new leader, who worth one. Base on balls By Dorgan 4, Innings pitched Dunlap 6, Holwill assume mound duties for the Dunlap. 3. Winning lingsworth pitcher Dorgan. Aces, pitched for Sacramento in Losing pitcher Dunlap. Umpires Mortenson. Time 2:40. Attendthe Pacific Coast league. In 1939 ance and 750. Braun won 10, lost 4 with ' the Senators. Braun pitched for the Miami, Fla., Army Air Forces' team in 1942. Hank Greenberg of Detroit Tigers homerun fame, was the most famous player on the club which won the Miami city cham Richard Julien Is pionship. - Bombers Win Again t7'toCome .ifter War "wf area. uled to meet the S. P. Shops squad uled to meet the S. P. Shops equad last night in another league encounter, and opposition was not expected to be too strong. The usual lineup schedule to start last night's game: Bennett sf, Prizdiat lb, Hendrickson 3b, Mead ss, Lunday c, Gunderson p, Kirkhuff 2b, Monday cf, Raymond if, Varick rf. Civilian Game UASF Nine Tonight The Hill Field Army Bombers defeated the Naval Supply Marines by the close margin of 5 to 4, Sun day, thus placing the team second in the Ogden Service League. Coffin's magnificent throwing arm was responsible for stopping the Naval Supply in the last half of the ninth. With bases loaded and two away, Lt. Pickens' boy shot one down to Verdonckt on third to stop a Marine runner. Hill Field's Dorgan lost all traces of his earlier Inconsistencies and struck out eight men, letting only four men by. He gave, up seven hits, although keeping them well scattered, and his lag in the sixth inning resulted in a run which nearly beat him. Dunlap, Naval Supply s pitcher, ball for his team hurled four-h- it until he was relieved by a sub, but the Army boys turned them all into runs. Coffin and Clifford each got two hits to lead the winners. Plan Special Events The league president, Capt. Wm. H. Bauer, anounces that Wednes day night's ball game will have three special events preceding It. Contestants from each team in the league will compete in a batting, con throwing, and n test, starting at p. m. Soldiers can obtain free tickets to the games from the Special Service Office. There will be a double-headon Sunday and a single game on Wednesday evening. s game: Sunday I HIU Field "