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f CM Field uj 8 to 4 Win Over Arsenj ing JoJ Appears Here Sunday Joe DiMafffio , . baseball's kinr 10 Hill Field, Ogden, Utah July 28, of Army Nine DumJ League Leaders In Sunday Upset 1943 Joe DIMaggio and Co. Play Sunday In Double-Heade- r I Ogdea Senlee Baseball Ogden Arsenal . H1U Field Army Hill fiem civilians U. A. 8. P. Civilians Naval Supply Depot V. A. 8. F, Army u,, ' 1 Wednesday's Schedule mil Cc ,,. ' i? get'' ' tooi v. m. ieid civilians y Depot, p. eight-thirt- I " 4 trio Ml t The powerful Hill siewl baseball team scored another ning upset last Sunday at Jrf fleck Park, when they tippj t the league leading Arsenal nj CiimrttA rAflfmllt A.JA 4, to put tnem one game btM .B.a wm AVU'MV All.fifflKI live TikOMIA VfgU'OJl circuit's top team in the! Service League. Ogden Adams Dick and Joe Bobby 'Jolting The slugging Army boys I Bill Morris, ace Arsenal soil And Other Aces in Emergency Belief Game for nine hits, one of them a 1 triple by George VerdunckJ buemu hitting Army third Major league caliber baseball, as exemplified by MJolt landed some 390 feet fromj will be inf Joe" DiMaggio, former New York Yanke ace, plate. The win gave thel &. x"' soldiers three wins against d offered to Ogden fans when the Santa Ana Army Air Base feat, while the Arsenal boc in an four victories and one setbJ nine clashes with the Ogden Service league All-Sta- rs The Arsenal team took u Army Emergency Relief benefit doubleheader Sunday evelead when they scored them tally in the first frame oa ning at John Affleck park. Game time will be 7 p. m. consecutive hits by Lamborf Scheduled to share the spotlightbourne and Burnett, and m team-1 two his of are with DiMaggio Tfc"! lowed with another score ij ! I half of the second for a xnates, Brothers Dick and Bobby I able margin. Adams. Both boys started their soldiers cam the However, professional ball careers with the with a resounding four-ru- n m ' , t Ogden Reds and are favorites with in their half of the second, s mtA." . local baseball partisans. Bobby was .i lowed with one in the thii slated for duty with Cincinnati in the fourth , and another I S next Sunday evening, in In a double-headTO PLAT the National league before the war to cinch the encounter.! fifth Joe DiMaggio, king of swat, now a sergeant at the Santa Ana Air intervened. trotted f The team of players marker Arsenal Minus the names of DiMaggio Base, will lead his teammates against an across in the thirl Has Baseball Team in the Ogden area. Proceeds will go to the Army Emergency Relief scored their final run in the and the Adams boys, the Santa fund. Both games will be played in the evening, starting promptly Ana outfit still looks like a cross- Fred Fry started on the Second Contest at 7. p.m. section of nationally known ath for the victors, but gave letes. There's Glen Gabler, a chuck-e- r John Dorgan in the seconJ Under New Manager who has won 8 and lost 2. Prior his ailing arm began to bota to entering the service he toiled again. Dorgan turnea in team baseball Field Civilian Hill for Portland and Los Angeles of terful performance, limiting will take the diamond tonight at senal offensive to eight sq the Pacific Coast league. 1 blows, all singles. One of Oklahoma university's 8:30 p. m, for the second time im- Morris was relieved by Dal athletes, "Indian der the direction of Howard Braun, greatest Two League Games Games bourne, and the ace chuckl half new manager, at John Affleck Jack" Jacobs, Postponed park. the Army nine scoreless back in 1940, is another SAAAB Their be Naval the will opponents Due Pioneer Scheduled Are last four innings. Francis moundsman. Jacobs' seasonal rec For the winners ord to date is 12 victories against Supply Depot nine. d left fielder who Days Celebration 4 defeats. Merle Hapes, who shone Several changes have been made Tonight Play fastest man the as oenized for Mississippi U on both the dia In the line-uEverett Chandler Hill Field Civilians bested the The feminine softballers the Forest of in hasten area; this mond and grid and played pro foot will start at first base for the first S. P. Inter-DepAl Girls' uhihi a softball team will take league Shops by shortstop; flashy New Giants last time, Paul Blood is the. new catchball with the York George receiver man ,and 6:30 score to 1 m. to at 6 of celebrate the up loop play tonight p. er and Mark Woodland has been year, will cavort in left field. all garnered a pair aI return of Paul Kingdon, Ace pitch in Monroe Park. Two league games dunckt Manager of the team is Capt. doing the chores at shortstop. ties to account for most and one State John Biancone. Chandler, a native of Oakland, er, to the Civvies lineup in the Aces are scheduled I scores. will be The Hillcrest game Army played. athlete and Brooklyn Dodger gaid- California, is civilian in charge of Arsenal Keysumc contest of the week. are Boosters tied for the league Lambert, der. The SAAAB's are coached by the occupational standards unit. He only center The regular Friday night games leadership with two wins and no Ian .and Beir, lanky Lieut. Bobby ' Decker, who starred is a good sized lad who is expected offensive w team's led their losses. for UCLA in football and baseball to hit well. Everett played in the in the Ogden Softball association On diamond No. 1 the apiece. a lew years back. fast Oakland semi-pr- o leagues for were postponed to last night, to Boosters will go into actionHillcrest bingles will meet t soldiers The against several years. ' Thursday n Civilians Splendid Record cooperate with the sponsors of the East Plant girls of the Arsenal. Field was who relief Paul Blood, ASF Depot Engineers will play the John Affleck Park in Ogdei Santa Ana has piled up an en catcher on the civilian softball Pioneer days. p time has been set at o wiHI viable record thus far with 39 wins team Signal girls. As Hill Field earlier the in season, has Don contest to Roberts the singled this open of have drawn a bye this round winner in 51 starts,, copping 27 of the last transferred to the baseball team have scheduled a game with the right to play the Arsa 29 games played, and boasting one and has been as regular re game against the S. P. Shops and they acting the Dee Hospital Nurses. the second hair cnampiu consecutive winning streak of 20 ceiver. In his first game against scored a moment later when Herb The East Army Plant girls have played Richard Pickens, straight games, the latter being the UASF soldiers, Paul hit two for McCarty doubled. announced that M two so ball are for and coach, Alamitos years Los expected fast the by stopped four. In the second frame Wayne Brad- - to be stiff competitors for the Hill- lineup will be intact for TM Navy unit, 3 to 0, also bringing Mark Woodland, new shortstop. shaw doubled, Sid Johnson and crest Boosters. Cora Stroch's team game. The lineup: M to a halt DiMag's 27 consecutive for the civvies, also appeared Allen smith. If; Castellanetta were gifted to first, are good ball players, but are weak Stimpson g the splurge. I in, c; tniiuru, w . UASF soldiers hitting Lunday Cor against singled ' scoring Bradshaw in the outfield. Pitted against Santa Ana is a safely once in three trie to the and dunckt, 3b: Toth, lb; Fry jrw The Signal Girls are expected to Johnson, Kingdon singled. Hi from the piace. selected team of ABHOA was out at home, Lun lead out with a victory over the 1 3Smitn, n 4 Howard Braun. formerly with the stimpson Ogden Service league, chosen by Ellis, 3b... a passed ball, King Engineers. b Lambert,2b 4 2 1 llCastauancircuit. Sacramento club in the Pacific day scored on managers or the ' etta, 2.. Dee un- LAybourne, The Nurses are don moment scored a and later Hospital Lieut Richard Pickens, Hill Field Coast League, will bt starting Roberts was 4 1 1 i'stlltner, p ... der Manof the Marie to out management first pitcher 4 1 10 0Coffin, f Army, will manage the group, and pitcher for the locals. of the Hospital Teaching Staff, Burnett,e-l3 1 0 O CHHor n R H E ning Archibald, coaches will be Lieut. John White, iScaduto, i Leagu standings Civilians . ................ .6 S Anderson, HASH" ripnnt anil Vfnurnrri Rrntin Won Lost 4 ... S. P. donckt, 1 East 1 Plant Shops Hill Field Civilians. ..22 00 Balr, cf... 31 02 30 0OIToth, TVffiB I"Hillcrest Boosters ef. Fessler, Kingdon and Lunday: Meacham Signal Dale Laybourne. Ogden Arsenal. Olrls 1 4 1 7 OFrey, P ' lb. Bryan, and will probably get the call to chuck 1 Cherry. 1 Skylinera .. Morris, p. . 2 0 0 liDorgan, gA TT llnilUV. If O 0 0 0 one of the games. Laybourne, 2 0 0 0 T.Cook, worked tnree years 1 officers' The mess Mon the reopened for Sansono Ogden Reds. Johnny Fry, Totals.. 35 8 24 7 Totall. , 0,j Score by innings: Hill Field Army, will likely handle day morning after closing three Arsenal . . 04l jil the mound assignment for the weeks for remodeling to include more space than for "summaryrE7ror,-L- ay nightcap. Fry is considered by Lt. lanetta. Stiltner, Coffin, C"or Pickens as an outstanding pro pros merly. The kitchen has been enlarged pect, Hill Field representation in the ana made more convenient and in 1 Balr. Stiltner. Runs batted is on hand again with super games will be strong with three Sasha '"'"' Burnett, t luxe meals for all officers on members of the Civilian team and de i 1 Innings; orr Morris, five players from the Army organi the post. out By organ 4, by Morri While the mess hall was closed zation, in addition to Fry, picked "her. bourne 2, Base. on b'' to play. Braun's trio is Vern Gale, officers used the civilian cafeterias off morns n. 'noubl morr... t Losing pitcner first base, Leon Theobald, third on the post Kllla ta Brvan. Stiltner' to -base .and Bud Brady, outfield. Toth. sacrifice loin. j,miHi Pickens can call upon Al Cof test Saturday night In Salt Lake Castellanetta a. oca""'-paW ..A fin, catcher; Bill Dorgan, pitcher: City against the Salt Lake Army ru.w Burnett, umpires Forrest Stiltner, infielder, and Joe Air Base nine at community park Prybil and Fran Smith, outfielders, are Tickets at $1.50 for Classes for duty, all men he has coached box seats, $1.00priced Archery admission general season. Smith is and 60c for service men. They will throughout the in August rated one of the best clutch hitter's go on sale at Hill Field this after in the league. noon in the Army Emergency Re Arrharv rlASses (T H The Hill Field Army Air Base lief office, Base and at Purchasing Headquarters, working ... ,.u yreseni. unuer me- in the Civilian Recreation office. wm ocgin tractmg ui warrant mincer ivorn..t.u.. Tentative to be held at Ogden. m V for the first , anu win put on a uemon I game follow lineups will be given to those n" siraviun oeiwecn games. aaata Ana Ogden J'S the first time. Coffin HFA) c Waller Proceed n to Armv Rrlief ani at August . i7Doum Oabler ft (Ar.) ,.p All proceeds will go to the Army le (HFC) ( Dick Adams pected that P & C pw-Jlb bowling enthusiasts as 3tt""BoW7 i",n Emergency Relief fund, and games Jtu'TSivi'-- ' -- and whsf it ciutehr ' being sponsored by the Hill Field. ing school win open for both men MJ month, u Ogden Section of AER. The Santa JnrbiliHFA) Hapos OomtteVition with Other .... AiMniccIo (Hr'Ar i .cf Ana ...iii " "ingie con-- 1 Brsdr IHFC1 rf ivtm be scheduled. . - . civilians nay Naval Supply Depot Tonight i KiS? , ALL-STAR- ... er all-st- ar : Aces Beat S. P. Shops By 6 to Boosters Are Tied For Softball Lead all-rou- an to For fleet-foote- p. ot non-leag- ue Sky-line- rs . - game-hittin- - all-sta- rs - six-clu- I aa-- i I I" OfflPPr's lf-3- b - F- i lf-- c rignt-nanae- r, The Wolf two-thir- bv ds -- 1-- 3 " pwntr-u.iii.w- -- --.., Start --- t,j .iK-jti- All-Sta- rs t. lSVSUrrA:"""