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11-" Net Squad j m Tourney Again ?iiumphs 'Em Flying" net squad annexed the first 'EFlying7 Keep Mj The "Keep of the Ogden Tennis league Sunday, ?h wins and no losses. JZL1 Hill Field players defeated the r championship -- ;s!d Officers feat Kearns Golfing Team C.sse Win at in 6-- Club Cslt Lake the Ogden Air Serv- Sunday - afternoon jee LiMted officers from Kearns in match held at the w Officers of anA laic . Kilt ww mm in . at we uguen soon j, planned club. ftwntry CiA W. W. Doe-Maj- all-cou- to . t Play-Off rt the Ogden tournament ei I Farmer-L- 8 e.j thre spot for OASC, defeated Roy Sher- - Armefrnntf'e a o .Tim Cwivyill. Major Freeman showed an over-a- ll Ralph Bridges provement in his game Sunday. . and Haynes disposed of Fromberg or McAlvin-L- t u.tar Lose Out in Championship 6-- 0. defeated rod (Kearns) mksh. o-- u. I to 26. A re-was 27 " of the two teams tarn engagement 0, Wednesday, August 2, 1944 Wil-vttatio- I - nt- the Hill Field m young Armstrong team five matches to zero, in both the sin gles and doubles features. Blond Glen Haynes, OASC's number one singles man, defeated Charles Fromberg, Armstrong's numiw ime, wunoui losing a game, Haynes' powerful service scored aces without pity against the slim, quick Fromberg, who couldn't handle the tremendous force of his serve. Jack Morris, playing the number tWO SDOt for Hill Field VinH very little trouble with Don son, recent Ogden junior singles anipion, defeating the youngster, o - a, ... rnmA " Morris' v.ij steady, game outclassed Wilson, who is one of utahg fiategt improving junior piayerSi and who recently shone in im-Tm- M Murphy ana wuson, o-- i, 0 while Free o-- z, j defeated Capt Marsh-r.n- t man and Wayne Boyle were defeating Scoville and Paul Harames. Sale (Kearns) 7 to 2. making a clean sweep of Cot A. B. Wanamaker-Cap- t the. matches. The wins gave the defeated Major Keep 'Em Flying team indisput- (OASC) Cutler (Kearns) 6 aDie possession oi the first-haStarret-Catitle in the Ogden Tennis Leasue. Hatcher The team still remains undefeat t LI Harold Vinson-L- Rosnick-War-ned in eight season matches. Ar (OASC) defeated Lt. Officer Milwick (Kearns) 9 rangements are being made for the squad to meet the strong Salt tornt Flenniken-MajCullen Lake Tennis club in team play as one of the features of the coming (Kearns) defeated Capt. Ebling-L- t Wav (OASC) 6 to 3. employe "iieid day" at Liberty rant Jones - Capt. Massen paric in salt Lake City. (Kearns) defeated Col. Coleman-Mflito Wernsine (OASC) 7 (OASC) 6-- 2, 6-- 4, nk il lf pt IT nt i. f t or o J or 1. Maintenance Tops Officers League , Play 13 Innings to Tie Red Sox Supply in Second Place, Then Special Services With Bank Smokery One Game Of Year's Best , Journeyed to San Francisco after becoming WAC champions of the There they dropped two games, came back without the coveted Ninth Service Command title. Standing, left to right, 1st Lt Betty Etten, cousin of Yank first baseman Nick Etten, who plays first and Carolyn Armstrong, If; Pfc. Kathleen Atchisan, cf; Pvt. captains the squad; Cpl. he- - Put Anna Rinnrrlnn v anil P.nl. Helen J. Windham. 2b. Kneelinar. Pfc. L.ucille Mos- Green, p; Pvt Martha Hines, 3b. gar, rf; Pfc. Esther Middlebrook, p; ,Pfc. Maxyan Miller, ss; Pvt. Frances , A. OASC WAC SOFTBALL TEAM . . . intermountain area. . Raiders Almost Beat Shamrocks Soecial Services softball fpam were the big score winners in Mon .. - day night's doubleheader of the supercharged pitching duel, Officers league, with a score of after 13 innings, tied the Hill Field 19 to 7 over the boys from the Red Sox with the Bank Smokery Personnel and Training division, softball team Friday night at Air Base In the Supply-Arm- y Monroe park. The game was game, Supply managed a called because of darkness. lead in the final score of 9 to 8 Glen Cherry. Bank Smokery I in what nroved one of the most cfaucker. allowed three hits and Inciting earnes of the season. The whiffed 11 Reds, while Paul score was 8 to 4 in favor of the "Windmill" Kingdon for the Sox air base the seventh ending when allowed only one hit and fanned the Supply division came in for y Doys' 5 runs with Lt. John A. Dooley V: Both teams slaved everv ball i nt vottinr in Mt ; pitched for keeps and the game change the score to 8 with Supply was marred by only two errors for winner. ten team, allowing the two runs theLt. Woodrow L. Richisson and W SCOre. m- -i r.ono C Wilonn iharori nitch. The entire Red Sox infield in hnnnra for the Sunnlv division ?u- - . Bolon vaugha with Lt. John H. Cuthbertson, vim Lt. Wal vaugnn second, catching. Army Air Base's .,. l.h. My creeman at shortxtnn and i wngenial Wayne Boyle on third, the Air Base and jCapt. William Close Game A one-poi- Girl Team. 5 nt 9-- TSeX I tju 1f' manaer TV HtTwIL iteeUlav, nfI- Bo0 "-- ' Praii' " Chilled TZZZ, i,.;.mXJW'lSimS! thl til ?2:iS?m if8"1"1" to the when played New Diamond for Layton Players cn. r or special service pucning non- ore were divided between Lt. Col. Coleman and Lt. Louis Carnevale. with Maj. Lawrence Boyce catch- Ing for tne 55 ten. personnel s Lt Kenneth S. Rice, pitcher and Lt. Charles P. Murphy, catcher each did neat work holding the Special Service gag down to a close score. With Maintenance out in the lead of the league, the various standings are: Won. Lot. Teams. ............... and shoe fcShlV Saline softballers living at VHr'andOASC Park in Layton are con-J- Medic ?" theirown diamond at the the Jjf FPHA administration 1 4 3 3 3 2 1 Maintenance Supply Special Senrlca Pcraonnel Training Army Air Baae . . x by Al 4 i, u . . Raiders will have another to break the Shamrock's unblemished record, when the two teanis meet again in a feature attraction August 13 at 8:00 p.m. in ine Salt Lake City's wnite game will be hotly contested as the Raiders are determined to lift the Shamrockers 7-- 0, I OASC RaidThe smooth-clickin- g ers, girls softball team, came very close to putting the skids under Salt Lake City's widely acclaimed Shamrocks, undefeated in softball olay this season. The Shamrocks squeezed the Raiders out by a 5 to 4 score at White Park last Tuesday night It was a heartbreaking loss for the Raiders who led all the way till the last half of the seventh inning h a nnra nM to 2. Three untime ly errors by the Raiders and a clean single brought inree ox me Shamrock gals across me piaie ending the game. Wilma Abrams, star Raider chucker, received a nice ovation from the packed stands for her Kviiiiont nitfhinff in the same. Wil ma had 12 strikeouts chalked up in her favor wnen tne pox score ..... tolliaH Ahrams is the fastest and girl softball pitcher in Utah has compiled an outstanding strike out record in tne iv4 soiidhu sea. .inspector In flight test The OASC Liberators, Negro 8tr0nlT OMM.BU2ll'!1 by Allan girls softball team was defeated whT hIes.ent manager, week. by the strong Ogden ioHi!!2s.tbeen 'nrtrumental In igt WOWS at Monroe Park. Arsenal was of recrea- SrA he cpmpletion Unfamiliarity with the bat Libs tn 1800 worl as the big reason for the tor and their familie. in the park. Several WOW scores rfmrofoll announced that Layton made because of Lib indeci- 3S , to where the next play ffion ?tgUtnPl?y'?re-ntl- y frttnnur . ll OASC STif Tmond be transferred opo.ite "AdamsrawisUnt are said the girls tiJtvt park diamond en Its com sMwa in need of a coach, adding that I nr. .. . n.rMH in the 10D snouiu J11 to 4 2 son. 2 The 2 chance 3 Arsenal Defeats Liberator Team SinvS5S1'iS! Ho.ue. Salt Lake To I Lost scalps. Up the Creek VUM TroHurt Offden; mlie nus i t trill i .oildrf innnnUMI .t service ""VT7- -, their winning way Sunday nightthe Affleck park by defeating scoring strong Arsenal nine nun " all . ox. tneir . nUta .1 tit..ul" ent.nau Andersen Flvinc" boys and fanned H15 batsto Ruth Spencer'warenou held ..m recreation unit the ordnance athletes scoreless for the first six inning, the later frames as they bunched This Week icus 9-- 8, rec-wi- Hirr. .rDVfipaeil .P?!V: jipUng Wau mwyPfo Hote fuiH r rt th I K w sex tne outer The new fUlif to- iwMf in i- r ,Verdeland Park." Jim .V1?" Included iUvMorleyv Dden Brown, Conf HolcombJtlaland rberhart Verland TTDrainv eperauons ana baa anclMrs ta. .?5..i later this week. Hogue's wcnmi Game ux WKDlfCSDAr, AVO. Ci. :30 aajnmeri ""w.rhawka. 7:43 Junior Chamber rtuDAT, a co- - -- 7:49 IJratr f:30 Jaartor Cham- -' f WarbawkJ wasrelieved rd Butters ,4r -- T the Arsenal the third by imposon' started for but doubles. In Play-Of- f with Len Adams More and more photos are appearing in various local newspapers of whopping big trout caught by our enterprising anglers. Lowering streams with lessening food supply are the reasons for the "granddaddies" suddenly being are not getcaught The tobigeatboys these days and ting enough are not Quite so choosey as they were before the creeks were high and food was Plentiful.' A nrnmrlv nrMPntoH flv is liable tn attract that dream fish into striking your, hook and putting up that never to oe xorgoiien oaiue you often hoped for. Don't scoff and think such things just don't happen. They do happen and be tween now ana tne ciose oi tne season they will happen fishingframtsntlv There are nlentv nnits of big babies in Utah's streams and lakes just waiting to oe caugnt. it s up to you to go out and catch them. That larer trout on deen in lakes must during hot weather and you In get your lure down to them. and trolling let out plenty of line use a heavy sinker. On smalt rivers and streams the nrhnnnan are found on the ahadv banks or in side under deep spring holes. They will rise in early morning or late evening n a Hrv flv hnurpvpr hut thev and usually favor the smaller sizes conservative patterns in not weatn-e- r. During the hotter Dart of the Hav thaw tiiat urnn't strike. It is days" when fish during the "dog is ing at ausK or atand eariy aawn most productive very often tne results are most gramying. Trotters Beat Arsenal, 9 to 8 m WACs Lose I wo of the Arsenal got the haai hits, a brace f cut-aw- ay . Picnic Planned By Department Plans are being made for a pic nic and party for all employes of the civilian personnel building, it is announced by the recreation of fice. The party will be held Aug. 18 at como springs. The committee In charge of arrangements for good food and sports events, are: Viva Aldroyd, Joe Lachner, Dr. Vernon Larson, Virginia Shonaker, Bob Prout and Mary Hint Games Softball Players Back After Trip to 'Frisco Ninth Service Command WAO softball championship was won by Camp Ross, Wilmington, Calif. A beaten. California sun drenched WAC softball team re turned Monday from Ninth Serv ice Command tournament play to resume soldierly duties after four days in San Francisco. The WACs engaged in two games, the first with the team from Camp Ross, Wilmington, Calif., service command chamand pions, who trounced them, the other with Merced Air Field 6-- 0, shut them out team was hit hard this season with the loss of their WACs, who The WAC 7-- 0. pitcher, Stewartz, who left a fewweeks ago for another station, and of their second baseman, Wind ham, who was unable to go to San Francisco. They were only ten strong and the California teams with double line-up- s and cleated shoes outclassed the girls from Hill Field. For district championship in this area, tne team was awaraea gold victory trophy. - Large Attendance At Service Club That the enlisted men and wo-merit's service club is proving its worth, is shown by figures from the special services office, that from 1300 to 2800 persons weekly spend their evenings at the club. The club opened again this week for members of the 4135th and its components with a dance last night. Agnes K. Walters, director of the club is available at all times to assist any service man or woman who desires to use the club for receptions, wedding announcements and similar functions. Represents Warehousing ... Jack Phelps, head warehouseman ot warehouse 52, was chosen to rep Layton Softball League Won Lost fet resent warehousing at OASC at He left 4 1.000 Buckley Field, Colorado. 0 Hellcats . l.OOO 0 W. J. Held, Skyltnm , . .......... 23 inspection recently. .AO0 2 Ukvralwa branch Inspector, also departed . .......... 1 Wart CkMMBkcr .ooe for that field for a few days' dee 2 lm9t S tached service. 0 Msslaasa .........