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Northern League Will y anks Open Vilal Open Tomorrow with OFA at Saranac Lake IWhat p r o m i s e s to be a wide- open b a t t l e lo r th e n e x t seven w e e k s w ill g e t u n d e r w a y in four villages in th i s sectio n wdth the o p e n i n g g r i d g a m e s o f t h e N o r th ­ ern sch o l a s t i c lea g u e tom o rrow w ith e v e r y te a m in th e league. S a r a n a c L a k e w ill open the sea­ so n w i t h a n e w system of play, n e w p la y e r s in som e spots and old p l a y e r s in new7 p o s itions u n d e r a n e w h e a d coach in w h a t a p p e a r s to be S a r a n a c L a k e 's best seaso n in m a n y y e a r s if key p lay e rs a r e n o t lost. D u d B ranch, a sophom o re and g o o d pass receiver, will be on th e en d w ith Lou T ru d e a u on th e o t h e r . T r u d e a u is ta k i n g post g r a d u a t e w o rk’. Jim S te a r n s , a 225-pound ju n io r, veil! be at left ta c k le h a v in g been sh if ted fro m c e n t e r on last y e a r s lu c k less a g ­ g r e g a t i o n . Jack S w e e n e y , a sen io r w ill be in the o t h e r tac k le slot. H e w e ighs 185 an d is re t u r n i n g to action a f te r a y e a r ’s ab s e n c e . N e u h o u e r and B u t l e r will be th # sta r t i n g g u a r d s w i t h bo th b e ing ro u g h w n en n e c e s s a r y an d ready to atyx it. at a n y lim e . R o n n y M a r tel w ill be a t ^ f c e n t e r a f t e r being m o v e d fro m a g u a r d slot on last y e a r ’g t e a m . Ned P e n d e r g a s t w ill call s i g m l s an d p ro b a b ly b a c k - u p t frr i i n t r t r r r Jo h n n y O l i v e r ’s m id)gets t h e y w ill g e t th e i r n e w co a c h o f f w i t h a win. C a n t o n h a s h a d s m a l l te a m s fo r y e a r s an d th i s y e a r th e y a r e a b it s m a l l e r alo n g w i t h h a v i n g lo s t a m e m b e r o f t h e s q u a d tr a g i ­ ca lly w i t h i n th e past_ fewy._days w h ich w ill n o t h e l p to m o r r o w 7. T h e G o u v e i’iieu r - P o t s d a m g a m e a t P o tsd a m m a y be a clo s e o n e w ith a possible tie in th e o f f in g u n less R a y H a r r i n g t o n a n d L e o C a n a l e h a v e b e e n , j o s h i n g a bit ab o u t th e i r m a t e r ia l a n d n e i t h e r is in c lin e d to d i s to r t fa c ts. ' B o th lost som e go o d boys fro m la s t y e a r 's t e a m w ith P o tsd a m ap ­ p e a r i n g to h a v e a bit m o r e speed an d G o u v e r n e u r a n ed g e in pow- H a r r i n g t o n h a s alw a y s done muc-h w ith lim ited m a t e r i a l an d is m a s t e r at g e t t i n g th e m a x i ­ m u m o u t o f lim ited m a t e r ia l . H a r r i n g t o n h a s a sp e e d s te r in G a ll a g h e r th is y e a r w h o m a y pick up som e y a r d a g p fo r P o tsd a m w h ich wil! to so m e e x t e n t o ffset G o u v e r n e u r s p o w e r. T o m o r r o w ’s g a m e s w ill m a r k th e o p e n i n g o f o n e o f th e oldest, best .o r g a n iz e d an d '.m o s t efficien t ­ ly co n d u c ted sch o l a s t i c lea g u e s in th e s t a t e a n d th e in t e r e s t this y e a r is sp r e a d i n g to every7 s e c tio n of th e n o r t h a r e a so close does .L a c be, T h e o f f ic ials assig n e d fo r to ­ m o r r o w 's g a m e s a r e as follow s : at S a r a n a c L a k e . C h r i s ti a n , M a ir. B e n n e t an d T o b e v : at M a s s e n a , K itn e y . S te p h e n s o n , M iller and S t e w a r t ; a t Potsdam, Jen k i n s , W r ig h t . S h e r w o o d an d C o x ; al T u p p e r L a k e , W i r p s a , M c C o rm ick L o n g and C a ru s o . ADIRONDACK Daily PAGE FOUR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24- 1948 r ■V GOLFERS FROM 3 VILLAGES TO HOLD TOURNEY A t h i w - w j y to u r n a m e m am o n g g o l f e r s fro m T u p p e r L a k e , M r i lo n e an d S a r a n a c L a k e will be I h e ld S u n d a y 7 a f te r n o o n at th e Saa j a n a c L a k e G o lf co u r s e w ith th e j local m e m b e r s as ho s ts | T h e to u r n a m e n t will be an si!-j m e d a l play co n test. It is sch e d u led ; to s t a r t at 1 o'clock an d 15 m e m - ; b e r s fro m each club will vie for to p h o n o rs. F o llo w in g co n c lu s io n o f thc to u r n e y th e p la y e r s w ill be g u e s ts o f th e local club a t a d i n n e r to be serv e d at 6 o ’clock in th e club h o u s e . L e e K n ig h t, h o u s e co m m i t ­ te e c h a i r m a n , is in c h a r g e of th e a r r a n g e m e n t s . T h is is an a n n u a l to u r n a m e n t fo r p l a y e r s in th e th r e e v illag e s an d an an n u a l ev e n t on th e club's th e s t r e n g t h o f h i s deadly tac k ling. Jo e P a t n o d e w ill be at fu l l ­ back w i t h sc a tb a c k S k ip C a s s a ­ va u g h a t o n e h a l f an d co - c a p tain J i m D u p r e y a t th e o t h e r . D u p r e y is th e h e a v iest m a n in th e back- field , w e ig h i n g 185 an d is a ju n i o r . C a s s a v a u g b w e ig h s a m e r e 145 b u t h is sp e e d a n d agility m a k e him a v a lu a b le a s s e t to th e te a m . c R e s e r v e s a r e a big pr o b lem th i s y e a r w ith only . a few to ro u n d out th e sq u a d but th o s e a v a i la b l e alongyw T th th e s t a r t e r s m a k e Thus \ e a r 's - p r o s p e c t s verv b r i g h t an d m u c h can be ex p e c ted in th e o p e n e r w ith O F A w h ich w ill not h a v e n e a r l y e n o u g h to w o r r y S a r a n a c L a k e v e r y m u c h , a two-1 o u c h d o w n m a r g i n b e in g th e least th e locals w i l l h a v e to se t t l e for. / P r o b a b l y th e to u g h e s t o p e n in g d a y b a t t l e will be p lay e d at T u p ­ p e r L a k e w h e n M a lo n e in v a d e s % e T ip T o p v illag e . T h i s g a m e w ill be a b a t t l e o f th e lin e s th r o u g h o u t w ith -the M a lo n e H u s ­ k i e s being w e ll n a m e d as far- as th e i r ex p e r i e n c e d fo r w a r d w a ll is co n c e r n e d w i t h s e v e r a l g o in g o v e r 200. ~ M a l o n e 's b a c k f i e l d w a s rid d led b y g r a d u a t i o n last Ju n e w h i l e T u p p e r L a k e - s u f f e r e d v e r y little w h i c h g iv e s th e F e r r y m e n a slig h t e d g e u n l e s s th e M a lo n e line w r e c k s t h e s t r o n g T o f f e n s i v e th e T u p p e r L a k e co a c h e s h a v e d e ­ v e lo p e d to d a te. C a n t o n faces th e d i s t u r b i n g j s e a s o n a l sch e d u les, p r o s p e c t jo f b e in g m a u l e d a bit in j op e n in g th e i r seaso n a t M a s s e n a . j C A N - A M P L A Y O F F S T h e R a i d e r s do n o t a p p e a r to be j O n e o n ta 8 P i t t s f i e l d 5 u p jp o t h e r y e a r s b u t a g a i n s t J f a d s _ 3 T in fin a l s ) For A Pleasant Change SONNY BOY O L D F A S H I O N E D V I E N N A B R E A D A C r u s ty B r ead, B a k e d on th e H e a r th. Y o u ’ll L ike it for V a r iety! U s e d G t r 6U Y E R 9 a re w a tch in g o u r A u t o m o b i l e C o l u m n s th e s e d a tj s * //// \ o u can sell L E F T A N D R I G H T TO J A W D E T H R O N E A C H A M P I O N — This rrag ic eye sequence shows how M a r c e l Cerdan floored T o n y Zale at end of eleventh round to tak e the m id d lew e ig h t ch a m pio n ­ ship in Roosevelt Stad iy m at Je r s e y C ity, N. J. Fro m L e f t to right ftgpj C e rdan drives a right to the ja w , presses fo r w a r d and Thrashes a left to the ja w . Zale (bottom ) starts to crum p le to ca n ­ vass as Cerdan backs a w a y and R e feree Pau l C a v a lie r m oves in to catch the tattered cham p . ‘IKE’ WILLIAMS, 1 ARENA HOCKEY ROBINSON WIN CLINIC TO OPEN IN DOUBLE BILL N E W YORK, S e p t. 24 >P I i A Jiu ie m u t t e r o f a 55,000 forfeit fo r a h a l f po u n d o f flesh stan d s bei w e e n a R a y R o b inson-K id G a v ilan re m a t c h fo r th e w e l t e r ­ w e ig h t title . If th e T w e n ti e th C e n t u r y S p o r t ­ in g club is ab l e to re s o lv e th e slig h t d i f f e r e n c e s b e t .v e e n th e tw o m a n a g e r s an d m a k e th e m a t ­ ed fo r an o p e n Get. 29 o r Dec. 17 j d a te, it will be its o n ly p r o f it i profit fro m last n i g h t 's Yankee I S t a d i u m d o u b l e h e a d e r th a t also ; f e a t u r e d a 10th ro u n d k n o c k o u t fo r -h g h l w e ig h t ch a m p Ik e W il­ liam s o v e r Jesse F lo r e s . A slim cro w d o f 15,413 ra t t l e d aro u n d th e ca v e r n o u s ball y a r d in th e B r o n x an d p a id o n ly 585,150 L A K E PLA C ID . S e p t. 24 - M o re th a n o n e coach, p l a y e r and fa n h a s been try i n g to fig u r e out how th e y can a t t e n d th e o p e n in g fo o tb a ll g a m e s a n d at th e sam e tim e ta k e a d v a n t a g e o f th e h o c k e y clin ic th a t 13 b e in g held a t th e L a k e P la c i d A r e n a u n d e r th e d i r e c t io n o f J a c k K lem e n s , Y o u th C o m m issio n lea d e r . It a p p e a r s th a t m o s t coaches w h o w ill n o t be tied u p w i t h foot ball in th e afte r n o o n a r e going to be o n h a n d fo r th e m o r n i n g sessio n as w e ll as g e t t i n g ev e r y p l a y e r th e y can to do lik e w ise ex c e p t in th e c?se o f th o s e w h o h a v e n o c o m m i t m e n ts in th e a f te r n o o n . M a n y schools a r e fo r c e d to use in to M ike Jac o b 's c o f f e r s ' c u r r e n t - ithe same boys in v a r io u s sp o r t s TOMORROW A.M. ly g u a r d e d by a c t in g p r o m o t e r Sol S trau s s . R o b in s o n w a s a u n a n i m o u s w i n ­ n e r la s t n i g h t 6-4 by ju d g e A r t A idala. 7-3 b y re f e r e e E d d ie Jos= ep.h an d 7-2 w ith o n e e v e n by ju d g e F r a n k F o rb e s . B u t all th e bo u n d s w e r e close, th e JP s c o r e ­ b o a r d h a d in 6-2 w ith tw o ev e n . W illiam s bo m b e d th e cle v e r F lo r e s , K a n s a s - b o r n M e x ican fro m S to c k to n , C a lif. A f te r h e fi- ca u g h t up w ith th e sp e e d y elusive, c h a l le n g e r , F lo r e s w e n t dow n fo u r tim e s , th r e e fo r n i n e an d o n c e for- eig h t b e f o r e h e w a s k n o c k e d out in-~2:05 o f t h e 10th. E lev e n p la y e r s fro m te n d i f f e r ­ e n t s t a t e s w e r e ch o s e n on th e . T94& Iu n i o r Dawis. ...Cup-...-Squad... M ich ig a n w a s th e o n l y s t a t e i tw o re p r e s e n ta t iv e s . /ith M a k e y o u r .w a n ts k n o w n ; p a g e 6 an d fo r th i s re a s o n th e r e w ill be m a n y w h o c a n n o t sp e n d th e day a t th e A r e n a b u t w ill h a v e to s e t t l e fo r ju s t th e m o r n i n g session. M a n y fa n s h a v e ex p r e s s e d th e i r d e s i r e to a t t e n d th e clin ic and w ill be o n h a n d fo r th e o p e n i n g w ith a s t r o n g p o s s ib ility th a t t h e y w ill s t a y fo r th e a f t e r n o o n ses­ sio n d u e to th e in t e r e s t i n g a m o u n t o f in f o r m a ti o n th a t w ill be g i v e n o u t in b o th sessio n s . T h e clin ic o p e n s at 10:00 a. m. to m o r r o w a t th e L a k e P la c id A r e n a w i t h s o m e t h i n g u n d e r w a y ev e r y m i n u te fro m th e o p e n i n g ta l k u n t i l th e fin a l d e m o n s t r a ti o n on ice by m e m b e r s of th e N . Y. R a n g e r s . B o s to n B r a v e s b e a t th e A th l e t i c s fo u r s t r a i g h t w i t h D ick R u d o lp h a n d B ill J a m e s w i n n i n g tw o g a m e s each. PLAY GOLF at the Saranac Lake Golf Club One of Northern New York's Sportiest Courses . . . Practice Putting and Chipshet Greens ^ Comfortable Club Quarters for Men and Women . . . For Information and Club Rates, Phone 60-F-l ‘HYKE’ TYRELL, CLUB ‘PRO’ Member P. G. A. — LESSONS BY APPOINTMENT — Toddy's SPORTS By H U G H F l ’L L E R T O N , JR . N E W YORK, S e p t. 24 (IP i - — j p i t c h th r e e five-hit g a m e s It looks v e r y m u c h lik e a W o r ld s e r i e s - S c r ies b e tw e e n th e B o s ton B raves, w h o h a v e n ’t w o n a p e n n a n t since 1914, an d th e C le v e lan d In d ian s , w h o s e o n ly v i c t o r y ca m e in 1920. . . It o u g h t to be a hum d m -ger to r th e fan s of th o s e tw o cities. Sh o rts and Sh e lls W o r d fro m L a F a y e t te , [nd. th a t P u r d u e fa n s a r e w illin g to g iv e odds o r points, if n e c e s s a r y , to back th e B o il e r m a k e r s ag a i n s t N o t r e D a m e . . . L o n g J o h n n y Gee, 3 - W a y F ig h t fo r A . L . F la g E n t e r s S h o w d o w n S t a g e B y R A L P H R O D E N (A s s o c iated P r e s s S p o r t s W r i t e r ) T h e th ree-w a y fig h t fo r th e A m e r ic a n leag u e p e n n a n t e n t e r s th e show d o w n stag e to d a y . T h e B o s ton R e d Sox an d th e C leveland In d ian s , tied fo r th e lead, an d th e th i r d place N e w Y o rk Y a n k e e s , w h o a r e o n ly a g a m e b e h in d th e co-leaders, o p e n cru c ial th r e e - g a m e series. A m id a w o r ld series a t m o s ­ p h e r e th e R e d Sox ta k e on th e Y a n k s in th e Y a n k e e S tad iu m . MAPLES WIN, 8-2, MUST PROTEST GAME T h e In d i a n s clash w i t h th e to u g h D e tr o it T i g e r s in D e tr o it . T h e Y a n k s , w h o flu b b e d an o p p o r u n ity to p u ll in t o a th ree- w a y tie fo r th e Top y e s e r d a y w h e n th e y w e r e b e a t e n 4-2 by th e last place W h ite S o x in C h icago, w ill send . t h e i r ace rig h t h a n d e r ’ Vic R a s c h i a g a i n s t B o s to n . R a s c h i, w h o h a s w o n 19- gam e s an d lo s t 7, h a s n e v e r b e a t e n th e R e d Sox. E i t h e r L e f t y M e l P a r ­ n e ll- (14-7) o r v e t e r a n D a n n y G a le h o u s e ( -7) is ex p e c t e d to op­ pose R a s c h i. T h e In d ian s , rid i n g th e c r e s t of a sev e n g a m e w i n n i n g streak , w ill send Bob (n a d jj t ) Lem o n ag a i n s t th e fifth - p la c e T igers. L e m o n 120-12) h a s scalp e d the T ig e r s th r e e tim e s th i s y e a r . Frcci H u tch in s o n (12-10) h a s b e e n se­ lected to face L e m o n . All of th e c o n t e n d e r s h a v e eight gam e s to p lay b u t th e schedule .L rn irs. thp In d ian s . T h p v 1nk : L o o k in g w a y back, t h e 1914 B rav- w h o d ro p p e d out o f o r g a n iz e d b a s e b a ll w h e n th e G ian ts w a n te d to sen d h im to J e r s e y C ity, p itch e d a 22-inning sco r e less tie fo r th e H o m e r , N . Y., sem i-p r o club -g a in s t 39-ye?r-o!d D u k e E r i c k ­ so n o f G r o to n last S u n d a y . F o r n i n e in n i n g s J o h n n y d i d n ’t Jet a G r o to n ru n n e r p a s t firs t base. d r i v e n by s n a r l i n g G e o rge S ta l li n g s - - th e d i r e c t a n t i t h e s i s of B illy S o u th w o r th b e a t th e A th letics in fo u r g a m e s because D ick R u d o lp h an d B ill J a m e s j could w in tw o ap iece. T h e 1920 In d i a n s w h ip p e d B ro o k ly n be­ cause S tan C o v a lesk i w a s able to Club Standings (B y th e A s s o c iated P r e s s ) N A T I O N A L L E A G U E w . L. Pet. B o s ton 86 59 .593 St. -Louis 79 66 .545 B ro o k ly n 80 67 .544 P i t t s b u r g h 78 67 .538 N e w Y o rk 75 72 .510 P h il a d e l p h i a 64 84 .432 C in c i n n a t i 61 83 .424 C h icag o 60 85 .414 Y e s t e r d a y ’s Results B r o o k ly n 'r N e w Y o rk 1 C i n c i n n a t i 3 P h il a d e l p h i a 2 O n ly g a m e s sch e d u led A M E R I C A N L E A G U E W . L. Pet. B o s ton 91 55 .623 C lev e lan d 91 55 .623 New7 Y o rk • 90 55 .616 P h il a d e l p h i a 83 66 .557 D e tr o it 73 72 .503 S t. L o u is 56 88 .389 W a s h in g to n 53 95 .358 C h icag o 47 97 .326 O G D E N S B U R G , epl. 24 (/P ) — -:Tba,-:Ogdansbun&«-Mapl^_.AaLe -won fo u r s t r a i g h t fro m th e W a t e r t o w n A th letics in th e i r best- o f sev e n series, but still th e y h a v e n ’t w o n th e B o rd e r leag u e playoffs. T h e A thletics, w h o d ro p p e d an 8-2 decision to th e M a p les a t W a t e r t o w n last n ig h t, h a v e a n ­ o t h e r ch a n c e as a re s u lt of a ru l ­ in g by th e boss of m in o r leag u e s can c e llin g O g d e n s b u r g ’s second w in T u e s d a y night. Jo h n C ase, th e lea g u e 's p u b li­ city d ir e c to r , an n o u n c e d th a t a p r o t e s t by Jam e s F. D o y le, W a t e r ­ to w n club ow n e r, th a t th e p i t c h ­ e r ’s slab w a s too close to hom e p l a t e in th e second g a m e a t O g ­ d e n s b u r g , -was upheld by G e o rge M. T r o u t m a n , p resid e n t of th e N a ti o n a l .Association o f P r o f e s ­ sio n a l baseball leagues. T h e - M a p - les w o n th e p ro tested gam e , S-S. C a s e said T r a u t m a n o rd e r e d th e second g a m e re p la y e d to n ig h t ’ a n d b e a t th e P h il a d e l p h i a A thlr- at O g d e n s b u rg and >3 Iso d irected j tics, 8 - 7 w h e n ro o k ie G e o rg e V ico th e O g d e n s b u rg club to tu r n o v e r slam m e d a tw o - r u n n i n t h in n in g th e receip ts from th e p r o teste d triple* g a m e to ch a r ities h e r e . W a s h in g to n tu r n e d back th e W h e n Doyie p r o tested t h e g a m e B row n s , 9-8, in a n i g h t g a m e at to T r a u t m a n W e d n e s d a y , Jo h n G . ; S t. L o u is, c lin c h in g th e g a m e w ith W a r d of O g d e n s b u rg, leag u e ; a fiv e ru n fifth i n n i n g ra lly . T h c p r e s id e n t, re p o r ted th e slab h a d ! I n d i a n s and R e d S o x w e r e idle, been sto len w h e n he re t u r n e d to ; O n ly tw o g a m e s w e r e played in th e field to check th e d istan c e . ^ ■ t h e N a ti o n a l leag u e . T h e Brook- T h e M a p les clinched last n ig h t s , jyn D o d g e rs tro u n c e d th e Nev. Fights (B y th e A s s o c iated P r e s s ) NETW Y O R K Ike W illiam s , 134 3 /4, T r e n t o n , N. J., k n o c k e d o u t J e s s e F lo r e s , 134 3 4, S to c k - son, C a lif. 10 (title ) . R a y \S u g ­ a r ’’ R o b in s o n , 150L , N e w York, o u tp o i n te d K id G a v ilan, 1 4 S L 4 , H u v a n , 10 (n o n - title 1. F A L L R IV E R , M ass. - C h u c k B u r t o n , 129, N e w a r k , N. Y. o u t­ p o i n t e d B o o k e r H o d g e s . 1 3 4 '2, F a l l R iv e r , 10. P O R T L A N D , M e. L e r o y An­ d r e w s 150, B o s ton, k n o c k e d out T i g e r T e d B r a s s ley , 152, P o r tla n d , 2. W O R C E S T E R , M a ss. - - Don W illiam s , 143, W o r c e s t e r , out- 623 P ° i n tod Jo h n n y D a r b y , 147, P a t ­ erso n , N . J. 10. an d R e d Sox clash five tim e s and th e po s s ib ility e x i s t s th a t they w ill k n o c k e a c h o t h e r o ff. The In d i a n s m e e t th e T i g e r s six tim e s and th e W h ite S o x tw ice. T i g e r V irgil T r u c k s (13-12) will oppose G e n e B e a r d e n (16-7) in th e second g a m e w ith N e v v h o u ser (19-11) clash in g w i t h B o b F e ller (17-14) in th e th i r d g a m e S u n d a y . T h e Y a n k d e f e a t a t th e hands of th e W h ite Sox fe a t u r e d activity j in th e m a j o r s y e s t e r d a y . F r a n k P a p ish , w h o had- won only one g a m e a g a i n s t eig h t loss­ es p r io r to th e g a m e , o u t p i L h e I lefty Ed L o p a t, allo w in g the Y a n k s only six h its. T h e W h ite Sox pounced o n L o p a t fo r th r e e ru n s in th e fo u r th in n i n g to snao a 1-1 tie 2 n d th e y w e r e never headed. T h e T ig e r s cam e fro m behind g a m e in th e o p e n ing fram e w h e n B illy G a tes, who sta r t e d fo r W a terto w n , issued six passes for th r e e runs. H e w a s reliev e d by his b r o th e r , Bob, w h o g a v e up a sin g le ru n in th e th i r d and four m o r e in th e n in th . R a y T e l l i e r v 7en t th e ro u t e for th e M a p les 2 n d g a v e up hits. Y e s t e r d a y ’s R e s u lts C h ic a g o 4 N e w Y o rk 2 .D e tr o it 8 P h il a d e l p h i a 7 W a s h in g t o n 9 S t. L o u is 8 O n ly g a m e s sch e d u le d S H O R T O N S E N I O R S M IA M I— L T ) — C o a c h Andy G u s tafso n h a s only e i g h t seio n r on his U n iv e r s ity of M iam i fo o t­ ball squad an d t h r e e of t h e m are rig h t h a lfb a c k s . H o w e v e r , th e trio p a c k s p l e n t y o f ex p e rien c e . All th r e e —B o b B o w m a n , Jo e K r u ll and Al H u d s o n — w e re fre s h ­ m a n m e m b e r s of M iam i's O r a n g e B o w l C h a m p io n s h ip te a m w h ich d e f e a te d H o ly C ross J a n 1. 1946. L t. Jo h n F . G r e e n a n d L t. Jo h n E. S a u e r , fo r m e r W e s t P o in t g r id stars, a r e on A r m y ’s fo o tb a ll co a c h in g staff. Y o rk G ian ts. 7-1, an d th e C incin­ n a ti R o d s ed g e d th e P h ils, 3-2, in a n i g h t g a m e at P h ila d e lp h ia. T h e leag u e -lead in g B o s ton B ra­ vos, S t. L o u is C a r d in a ls, Pi;:?: b u r g h P i r a t e s e n d C h icago Cubs w e re idle. , B r o o k l y n ’s triu m p h m o v e d the | D o d g e rs to w i t h i n one p e r c e n t tge p o i n t o f th e second place C a r d i ­ nals. T h e B r a v e s n e e d to w in only one g a m e to e l i m i n a t e th e Dod­ g e r s a n d tw o to k n o c k out the C a rds. I. L. P L A Y O F F S M o n t r e a l 3 R o c h e s t e r tre a t w in s serie s , 4-3) 0 (Mon- M a k e y o u r w a n ts k n o w n ; p a g e b IN D I A N S O U T D R A W Y A N K S N E W Y O R K - (IP) — T h e 22 g a m e s p lay e d b e t w e e n th e C leve­ lan d In d i a n s an d N e w Y o rk Y a n ­ kees th is seaso n d r e w 889,210 fan s , a n e w re c o r d fo r a season series. In C le v e lan d 446,491 saw th e te a m p l a y 11 g a m e s w h e r a s th e sam e n u m b e r o f g a m e s a t t r a c ­ ted 442.809 in Y a n k e e S tad iu m . T h e Y a n k s w o n th e series, 12 g a m e s to 10. S Y R A C U S E V S . N I A G A R A U. S Y R A C U S E , S e p t. 24 (AM - - C o a c h R ib s B a y s i n g e r i e s S y r a c u s e u n i v e r s i t y fo o tb a ll sq u a d w ill op- its 1948 c a m p a i g n to n i g h t, m e e ti n g th e N i a g a r a u n i v e r s i t y ele v e n u n d e r lig h t s h e r e (a t 8 p. m . E S T 1 . -------- E A S T E R N L E A G U E P L A Y O F F S S c r a n t o n 1 A lb a n y 0 (S c r a n ­ to n w in s serie s , 4-0) P R O F O O T B A L L 0 * _ N n Y. G i a n t s 27 ^B o s ton Y a n k s 7 (N F L ) “ .... \ — —™ B O R D E R L E A G U E P L A Y O F F S O g d e n s b u r g 8 W a t e r t o w n 2 (O g d e n s b u r g lea d s in fin a l s , 3-0) C O L L E G E F O O T B A L L Hamrick 30 Broekport 0 TURKEY SHOOT Sunday, Sept. 26 at FRANK MOSE FIELD S p o n s o r e d b y Bloomingdale Am vets H II S—Elaine Mpnesmith, 12, of Dayton, O., sits on a rhinoceros, one of various big animals she bagged during a two- . month safari in the Belgian _^on£i> w ith her iathc^ James. ^ BREW ING CO Norristown

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