|Hill Air Force Base Newspapers
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|Hill Air Force Base Newspapers
ChrUtening Ne lifle Range Xv t ; ::':'1 Wednesday, July 12, 1944 OAC Net Squad to Carry Raiders Defeat Fort Douglas avton Colors in Women Cop by Score of 13 to 7 The OASC net squad undefeated in team play will Loresent Lay ton in the state night cup play which opens ext niontn, it is aunuuiweu cum that bis explain T airfm banner wear w the competition because A,Uma : . il. dur-- T only , 0, City squads are permitted members of the team Park and the ?Tr.iii.nd CSLJadi was arranged through home-and-ho- edskins, Tigers Will Gash it Ogden Stadium August 29 of the intermoun- -f roeir xinrc Shrine classic, are now training it is played co at San Diego, Calif. n Wash-toprofessionals when the Before their appearance here. Redskins meet the Brook lyn Tigers in Ogden's stadium the the Indians will meet the great Wht of August 29. March Field Calif, service eleven, Sponsored by tne ugaen unam-- r in a of commerce the contest will and aggregation of mtlight the great Sammy Baugh, charity game in the Coliseum in from Texas Los Angeles. wering Ian, whose gridiron exploits Seserved seats are now on sale a aasser are classic in Ogden. Many OASC officers Baugh is conceded to be greatamam have eitner pigskin pitcher already made reservations or pro ranks beside excelling for the pigskin clash. a runner and punter. His rec tor passes completed is un laced in the nation. LAYTON SOFTBALL The Redskins, coached by Dud STANDINGS JeGroot, Stanford Football fans area win nave of the same as all-sta- rs, then the Team HeneaU JtthrdUor the Creek Up hair-ralsl- nr Kepi to 7. to fish or when not to that is the question. This itroversy has been debated pro d con by fishermen since Ike al ton's time without a ever being reached. The rea lm for that is there is no satisfactory or correct answer. The opinions and methods of each angler nes greatly and man 'ears bv his own avatem of tY , ir" Wilma Abrahms divided pitch ing honors with Beth Stringham, who has a nasty low ball that makes batters wish someone else were up, and Doris Mitchell came in on first base with some mighty Instruction will be given free oi upon charge to OASC employes by several line joining the club, the organization riflemen within who will donate their time for the purpose. Employes desiring to join by calling may obtain information Ted Sealund, at 395 or Len Adams. catches. sharp Ann Lamb was the star of the show when she slid in on her back for a safety and then leaped to her feet and made third on an over throw. Friday night the Raiders came 8376. no-hi- no-ru- n, Won 14 11 7 S 6 O Lost 3 0 9 10 7 no-err- or 7-- 0. Although heavily handicapped innings by a during the first two Raiders man weak outfield, the Libs Push to aeed to surmount this obstacle and their, usual brand of thrill put out ball Dlav. Loretta Jensen made history base when she ran in from third for a catch at home that was pret to impossible. Wilma ty close cave Abrahms the ASF Depot a bad time with 12 strike-out- Pet. .823 ."3 .423 .4uo .375 .000 WEEK IS WEDNESDAY, 6:30 Junior Chamber vi. Liberators 7:45 Hellcat y. Bkyllnero. FRIDAY, JULY 14 8:30 Navy v. Junior Chamber ., ,. 7:45 Mustang v. Skyllnera MONDAY, JULY 17 6:30 Junior Chamber vu. Skyllnert 7:45 Mustangs Nary t. each Third Place In Recent Win Circuit Enters Final s. Six-Tea-m Employes Enjoy Salt Lake Picnic "THE LADY WITH THE employes found them entertained with good swimming and good food at a WaSunday afternoon at satch Serines in Salt Lake City. The picnic was planned by Mary Flint, new director for women's activities for the Welfare and Rec OASC well get-togeth- er reation association. Miss Flint announces that an other picnic is being planned for all those who wish to participate in the very near future. WICKED ... Wilma for the Hill WING" Abrahms, pitcher Field Raiders, girl's team, who so far this season has softball pat fear into the hearts of all who face her with a bat. Miss Abrahms, of Cache Valley, is the backbone of a powerful women's team which is just entering the second round of the Ogden City League tournament. He Flies Through the Air fish. If he has used a in method over a oeriod of 'Mrs and Vina nnuffVit ftmYt tVion should he change because Jjr jomeone else fishes in a different manner nr at o y or night? I itching The only time wnen a radical that he should is change of locality contemplated, such as a fishing jnp to streams and lakes far from jus usual haunts. I Habits of fish vary also in divers cy?i .beand changes in methods accomplished to make the C" rke the hook. This, of pwrse, aDDlies mainlv tn fiahin h artificial lures. Bait fishing is ffuch that the bait needed from the wiy easily obtained v- -, country in u,v.inv. running to fish. it )na hew fet , - ... 4 Vila ?ri toalh Tilsh. Al Haarue's fast finishing Liber ators vaulted from fifth to third place tn Layton softball standings as the loop went um w d play. final week of Thornley tamed Pitcher Harry the the Mustangs, 10-- and topped con in early week Skvliners. tests before dropping a 3 deci sion to the Naval supply squaa ias executed Friday night. A neatly score tied the squeeze play, with downfall. proved Thornley's BUI BUZZ sonant, svjr uunwi was doing a masterful mound job. run whs however, and the deciding finessed by a perfectly-place- d bunt The win akept the Sailors in second place, position they've. held most of the season. Hellcats Keep Lead The Hellcats, playing minus wo able services of Manager Ed Cres-t- o, who moved to Blackfoot, Idaho, continued to hold the league leadbowed Monday ership though they iu-. nignt to tne wavy, The triumoh. though late in the schedule, gives the Sailors a the oretical chance to tie tne Heucais if they win their remaining games and a postponed contest with the leaders, the date of which has not been set. Friday night Don Lavendar carried the slab assignment for the Hellcats and defeated the Mustangs, contest In in a the only other game Duane Mustangs nosed out the Davis County Junior Chamber of Commerce, which came close to making the win column for the first time. six-tea- m first-roun- 4, 5-- 2. 4-- free-hitti- ng els--so- 4la You good angler. a uu .iviii uwika, n turn lrum rem-- you will not learn Properly until you ac- - 101,1 Play First-Roun- d 18-1- 3, iTruly the art of fishing is an ac-nplishment of which the sue-Achi, little u known icnce J"" amount of color blindness Cr"1 in fish eyesight or how their sense of smell and EL"" Successful fishing, there- Jng. entirely upon dependent JPerience and natural ability. the success or j.iC.",".aePna e trip. 0U must anplanned lmUl oecorne ... - The club is attempting to man all transportation arrangement! cars private through .owners of uuns xor pracaccording to Adams, tice will be furnished by the as sociation. t, with a throughcame against ASF Depot to maintain their top rating in the second half of the first round play off in the Ogden City League with a final tally of LAYTON GAMES THIS When 'if turned the tables and made four runs before the Raiders settled down to business again. By the end of the seventh, the Fort Doug las team had eked out three more but the . nRaiders had upped runs, At score x10 10. meir t The range, built after long strug gling for interest, location and funds, is situated east of Hill field about a mile and a half from the south gate. The club will conduct weekly firing matches between intramural teams and an N. R. A. rifle training program. This program is designed to train in correct use of the rifle and to make accomplished marksmen of persons desiring Wicked Wing With such a bans-u- n start be-fore Fort Douglas finally got the holes plugged, the Raiders had eight runs in. Then the visitors selves Len Adams range last Wednesday. came that ended IS udehrdltaolududffgw Roches-e- r university and assisted with- Naral Depot east team in the San Francis- liberator. Skyline Mutant Junior Chamber he HiU Field Rifle Club Christens New Range on teams r"THi i and John Tucker. ijen Aaams. yw, vno mentored high-scori- ng it San Jose State college, r Hill Field Raiders Ana Lamb stepped np at the berinnin; of the second taming of a softball fame with Fort Douglas civilian women Thursday nirht and connected championship for the winner, with with the ball for a sockeroe that all the larger Utah cities, includ- lifted it half way across Monroe With a sharp salvo from the muzzles of 22 target rifles, With a home ran to start ing Salt Lake, Ogden, Logan, Park. rest of the team came throntrh the Hill Field Rifle and Pistol club christened its new Provo and others competing on a the ana me oases loaded in a y iuacn. OASC schedule. GTinterest of Haroio mumon, net squad members now hold both the- the Ogden and Salt Lake doubles trustee and director ofcompark and recreation titles as evidence of their strength. Next Sunday' afternoon they an that announced HElljon has been approved for continue their drive for the Ogden Surfacing of the three courts at Tennis League title, meeting the te Lsyton gramma fast Armstrong team on the Lester ill be used by the squad for its courts. ' Practice matches are ney matches, i cquipyvu Park among team members were held Hehts for night play. last Sunday to sharpen their strok- tie duunpionsnip for the encounter. state a Ung Nifht cup play provides ap-IKti- -- "-- , Field's Civilian Tournament tate Night ...L NEWLY ORGANIZED . . . The Hill Field Rifle and Pistol Club held its first target practice for its newly constructed range last Wednesday. Sitting, left to right, are Walter George, president; Violet Jacobsen, Loretta Miller, Clem Shants, vice president, and, stand- r, ing, George Lowe, Jr.; Len Adams, manager; Ted Sealund, secretary-treasure- id. , ' ' ' , Skating Party at Berthana Tonight ' . J one or tne many who gauier EASE . . . Ben Merrill, Hill rieia WITH THE GREATJEST OF and ether activities. This feature, planned by awmmir at Weber Kecresoa aviation, Is epen ie all Hill field persetmeL as v ww employe, m p's A roller-skatin- g party will be held tonight in the Berthana rink from eight to eleven p. m., sponsored by the Hill Field recreation unit Field employes will receive special rates of 40 vents per person, it was announced. All workers are cordially invited to attend.