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 - PACT ; Two Games Carded In Bigger League...
PACT ; Two Games Carded In Bigger League Tourney At 4r Field Thursday Michigan, Indiana State Champions to Play First Game at 2 p. m.; Ohio and Kentucky collide in 5 p. m. Nightcap' SIX talented Little Bigger League teams each a state champion are expected to arrive in Newark tonight preparatory to the Regional Three Tournament games at YMCA Field on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Two games will be played Thursday, Michigan and Indiana colliding at 2 p. m., and Ohio meeting Kentucky in the nightcap at o p. m, m. Another set of games is sched- : uled for Friday. Wisconsin tangles with Illinois in the 2 p. m. pener while the winners of Thursday' battles play at 5 p. m. The championship game is set for 2 p. m. Saturday. j The winner of this tournameptj advances to the national finals which will be played off later in the month in New Jersey. Representing Ohio in the Newark tourney is a Cincinnati team. j The Newark Chamber of Commerce and the Newark YMCA have arranged an attractive schedule for the Little League players during their off hours. Following the program for each day : THl'RSDAY 8:30 a. m. Breakfast at New-- "'" ark YMCA. 10 to 11 :30 YMCA Field will be "available for practice. - 10 to 11 :30 Swim period at YMCA pool (for those interested) 11:45 a. m. Lunch at YMCA. 2 p. m. Flag raising and cere-: . monies, YMCA Field. Michigan-Indiana game. L 5 p. m. Ohio Kentucky game. 6 45 p. m. Buffet dinner at OTyMCA, p. field, i-ii' Night Camp. 8:30 . 10 a. m. Tri-County Little Blg- ger League All-Star game. z:1fm. 10-11:30 -r Swim period at YMCA pool. 11:45 2 P. game. 5 p. m. Game between first day winners, ', 7 p. m, Picnic dinner at Boy Scout camp. Night Bunks at Boy Scout Camp. SATURDAY 8:30 a. YMCA. 11:45 a. 2 p. m. followed monies. Night Due to previous commitments, only about 35 bunks will be available to this , group Saturday night at Scout camp. These will go to the trams in the finals, If desired. , The Little Bigger League pro gram is a stop Dtrtween utile League and American Legidn baseball. BiRger Lengue players' ages run between VI and 15; Little League between 8 and 12; legion Stages ghow, YMCA - Bunks at Boy Scout FRIDAY my . Breakfast at i i a. m. Lunch at YMCA. m. Wisconsin-Illinois Cops Play P)R came in the being ites ning Going eighth, In Monday piloted times ninth Z o Sycamore In ley St. Chillicothe out trimmed Phil to start grounded led scoring Noble plate be the Gene relief game m. third run. Cleveland Smith, rf. Olynn, lb. Doby, cf. Rouen, 3b. Breakfast Rt ''. nmn, c Dave Hoskins To Start Against Senators Tonight WASHINGTON JH Dave Hos kins, the 28-year-old converted outfielder, will make his second start for the Cleveland Indians tonight and try to extend the Washington Senators' string of goose eggs. By droDDine a 3-0 decision to the Tribe last night, the Nats ran their skein of scoreless innines to 22. In tneir last 40 innings, the club has made only one run. Cleveland Manager Al Lopez had planned to pitch Art Houtteman. who has lost five straight, but switched to Hoskins because he can hit and "has earned the job." Hoskins, with a 4-1 record, had made 16 relief appearances without loving a game, and in nine innings of relief work against the Nats has held them to two runs and four hits. Mike Garcia gave up only five hits in last night's victory, extending the Tribe's winning streak to six games, only one short of their! record for the season. The Tribesmen were up against a real toughie in Chuck Stobbs, however. They managed only five hits and were shut out except for the eighth. Al Smith, the rookie rightfielder, doubled to start the inning, Bill Glvnn fouled out in ft carrifire Jit- tempt and Larry Doby smashed Eicn"i another two-bagger to bring in! wanner. Smith. 'Peters. Al Rosen got to first on a field-l)nr; mg error, wauy wesuaKe waiKeai Totals ana pinch-hitter Bobby Avila flied Newark mit allriUMrtff finku M ,.... -,iSDrlnllll ;.: :,rj',v?.-rr"-'.'v r."'. aur rbi-po.. inc caicn. ueoree airiCKiann g Sin- tm, i gle then brought in Rosen for the!Thompon, ;Ervin. I: AB. R. H PO.A E iy J- !asn, score : Newark Wilkms. Pow, Beeeh, Noble, iT. Ch. Mann. If Bryan, Monnett, D. Cash, Harm. Helmick. Totali SprlmflfU Oonce. Thompson, Falkenback. m. Lunch at YMCA. Tournament final game, by presentation cere- 4 3 3 3 Avila. 3b 1 (Strickland, si J mend. 3b 3 aMHchell 0 3 1 1 0 1 10 1 1110 10 2 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 10 HBP By - pm 1- Tipton, Garcia, p Totals Washington Yost, 3b Coan, II Vsrnon. lb. .. Jensen, rf ... Runnela, a. . Busby, ef. ... TerwHUier, Jb. Uraaao, c Stobbs, p Vollmer Lane. p. Totala 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 27 t aOrounded out for Friend In etehth. Cleveland giitiiui '.'3t AB. 0 . 10 ISt. i i i j Easy 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 27 14 1 . H.PO.A.E. 0 1112 0 inns uiusi uc uimi i in vcaio vi i OBlUnhv Avl li Htrlrklanri IH-.l.n. ape oeiore me season starts. The public is invited to attend the Little BigRer League tournament games at YMCA Field. sen, Bmttn, Doby, Vernon. S-Slobbs. DP Friend to Strickland to Olynn; Runnels to Terwlltljer to Vernon. LOB-Cleveland, I, Washington, BB-Off Btobbs, 3; off Oarcla. 2. SO-By Stobbs, : by Oarcia. Wlnoer-Oarcla (U-Ol. Loser-Stobbs Gary tie one hit Louisville It was Leaguers' Moore walked iieame oi Rogers Jjat bat The St. day. Vernon Louisville i:S0 p. title Cree. If

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  1. The Newark Advocate,
  2. 05 Aug 1953, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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