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"fH-URSDAY, MAY 16, 1940 I'~I)IAN VALLEY RECORD ~.~ .~.~ i ill i i i,i i J The following firms will give prizes as listed for accomplishment of feats in openinz game as described below CARL A. FURRER, Prop. %Vishes lots of luck to the local team ---and may the best team win We will give a $2.50 merchandise order for the first home run in the game III IIII GERTR IDE & FRENCHY, Props. 'Will give a chicken dinner to the player and his lady for the first three- bagger in Sunday's game FOLLOWING IS OFFICIAL ROSTER OF PLAYERS ON THE TWO TEAMS GRAEAGLE-- Conant McFadden Crosby Lusar 0sborn Reese Cooney Hauser Hinds Smith MMfley Bell Hoag Finato GRBE IVILLE--- Willis Hardgrave Virgil Youngman' Gee. Price Howard Tanner Spencer Paxtpn A1 Phillips Richard HughesRobert Kelton A1 Martin Austin Near Charles Ranous Francis Sobrero Robert So brero Walden Adams M. H. HARTLEY, Prop. Will give $2.50 in merchandise for the first two-base hit IL Will give $2.50 to the last man to catch the ball to complete the first double play Will give an autographed baseball to the first man who gets hold of the first ball thrown after it leaves the pitcher's hand. Also a baseball bat will be given to the first Greenville player i llllll Joseph Kyle Carl Furrer Bud Fisher to get a base hit ,I ill I! "= TIlE C ZONINO, rop. " l i ]dIEY, Will give a case of BEER "Will give a year's subscription to the poor sap who makes , to the winnin.g team the first error in the game ], II ill ,i ,in H, , [ . "" [ : gle in battl~ royal Toe [the high light of the ball game. "t ,chic am u t $ 8, . ti[][ .1 tN 1 IT NOTES ON SUNDAY'S GAM~ Bob Kelton had an off day He e ~ h s two ~ h o nts o 5 6 767 26 Other piled up only two hits Kelton is ---'--- I . " I teams are rated as top, and this I ~ I deductions cover contributions to i Jl|~[~Jl ~.h~| [~[~W(~ A feature of the game was the ~nother sticker who is dangerous .~8~ ~J~.#.avv. I~TT IO [ first game is touted to be erie that [ ~, estwood--~ AB R H ] the retirement fund of $8,573.98, and 1 hose stealth of S once Paxton when the bases are full and it only,(By Jane Cox) g" P ] Iwill show the local l~eople Just howiI~residio, r. f 5 0 1 $3,740,125 for principal and interestI he fleet footed catcher on the local tal es a couple of runs to win He b&l - . [ : -" ~to place thelr odds during the rest[Doering, I. f 5 0 0ion bond issues, leaving a net -] t~arnwho can easily run 100 yards ~macks the ball straight outward, v r .Lie r'~umas County High School ;,[ ~ " ' [ of the season. The game ill start, Yurber, s. s. ' 2 1 0 1 ~nce of $7,399,879.01 for appo tion- i in 15 minutes. Some say it was their.rid can be counted on to drive it tat 2'30 p rn Sunday ]hltiler lb 4 0 1]mcnt purposes ]Track Meet, in which Petrols, far lt of the coach that Paxtonstole [pretty ruglarly OVer the heads of# " [Tr~o~.:' ~h 1[ Aeto~ ~ Q~incy and Greenville will partici- ",~,---------~,-~ ~ 4 0 he general fund is given 20 } . ' " ate will s~cond An wa he ot caught off the infield and beyond the reach of P,be held in Greenville Y Y, g J I GREENVILLE WINS FROM ' ] Brown, cf 3 0 2 1 per cent of this balance the remain- -~r fzrst twice and wound up safe on I th~ outfmld And sometimes, even ~ tanesaay afternoon May 22 " [ " " " [ WSTWOOD WITH 12-2 SCORE I Prusia, 25 4 0 1ling 80 per cent is divided equally I, Second both times while the West ~when the bases are full, he strlke~ nd oun ie n ' -~ " [ ------ ,Nunc,z, c 4 0 0[between the ditles ac t s o,------- ",~ood men stood a~ound w~th their plum slap out a County Band Festi ' r I " l (By Jlmmlo May) l Relfe p 5 1 2ithe basis of population. The per I The Annu I . ' " ~ai will be ~nouths open and held onto the ball } held in Portola Friday [ ~ " [ Holding the W'estwood ball club[ Totals 37 2 8 ]capita apportionment isapproxi- M~ ' W o d ' ' . .~ [ v 17 The three bands o th ] Relic, pitching for estw o,]to two hits in five innings an'l} ' ~ ]rnately 69 cents for cities ariaoz~ '- " f e ~ ccvnty will take art in thi b n I old the locals to one ~un for the H p s a d Hall's umpiring was the kind" I" . . . " I striking out 13 batters George I~reenville-- AB R .leents for counties. . ,lest~val There wih a,so o eL umpiring that makes the fans [ first four mmngs, out h~a men [Price paced the Indian Valley Mar- i Ncer, 3b 5 3 3 [ Los Angeles county leaas With a, ~[ p~eKea ~ana WhiCh Will conslste of a throw pop bottles and shoot six.]Were, no~ quite up~.o scra~:e~], an~]chants to a 12-2 win and their }Martin, ss 3 1 0]total of $1,303,654.61 w~tn San ~'ran- m~mvers-- ~rom' tne tn ~Iter t~reenmim COlleCteCl a mac o~ I:Tu has !b 5 2 4 ctsco second wt h 4 2 3 roe Danfls shooters loaded with real bullets, i ' ] fourth consecutive ball game of the I " g,- ~ t $ 35,23 . 4. Ala- I " iv to nothing in the fifth he eased Kelton 2b 5 2 2 meda court r "z'ius ~ana willplay the "Unfin Cv called two or three balls which]s- ' " I season. The game was played on ] } ty is thi d with $303,-]. ,- . - " up a bit and let the local.~ enjoy r fmr I~ Sobzelo rf 5 1 3/79"85 tin ~nea symphony ' which will be cut the plate squarely, and two or] the localdiamond befo e a 'I " ' " i ". I " ' batti zact}ce 4 0 1' I eureeted by C 1R Schott and the three strikes which came nowhere Ing p. . [ Sunday turnout of fans. I Paxton, c [ .':U-. ~-= :=-=- ~ I " " ' " i me wa a~B Sobrero If 4 0 1 [~lw~lg~ ~uI~EI~, 1~oJ~ [ ~riaaJ ~ose" directed by Charles near the plate but as he evened ~t ~ --'----" i For four inn ngs the ga s ! l ~FI ' Up for both teams, he is alive today.[ Price should prove one of t~ol],ite~er~ duel between Prlce of [Adams, cf [ [ ' ]outstanding pitchers in the Feather |Greenville and 1Relic of Westwood [Youngman, cf 1 0 01 ---- I on ~ - - ----=-"- -- year, and he is improving in every game. " @ will the bases full. He smacks the old I [ --' ~.- e I census enurneratol's, Gunlock stated [ play two half-hour concerts. ) 1 a d 't'~mv ~ uv nvvps up ms presen~ ~lC~ rlugnes a~ove out Ioul nits PLUMKS "driLL RECEIVE 1 I with a clean sharp rap n " [ " ' " I [that eensu~ ~'iro~o ~,~ ~ [ s------------- Usually when the smoke clears away ]l~ace' some mighty good batters arelin rive trips to the plate while I 4,125.61 AUTO TAX FEESlcounty'wou;d b;r';;l;ased-short;;:"~ [ NEPHEWS IN ENOLIS-- u~ the bases are not ouite so full [going to find the air filled with |Frank Sob rero and Peewee Near [ . [ " [ ~"= . .~ " 'nothing but ozone this summer. I|each collected three for five - SACRAMENTO, May 15.---~ali-'FREE DANCE ~T-'~IA I Mrs A E Al~hr h " " ~ :* !,~ as rece|ve~l Old timers here who have wit- ~ [ SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 19 ord from England that two Hughes, a left handed hitter, con fornla counties and cities are about w essed he battin ' ctlon o Franki Y ~ " " ' ' I] ' ' II I,c hews have of her fus . I n t g a f The now uniforms worn b the ed the opposition bv 6zivmg to lece~ve a total of $5919,90320, " ' ~ P been called for army Sobrero ever since the first half of o by j .i Posslbl one of he best'defen [motor vehicle license tax recentl [ bala of Greenville, owner y. The letter failed to state just I cal o s are ust too sweet for ?hree of his hits into left field which represents their share of the Juhan Sa dut the gay nineties, say that his eye words. Black suits, with orange [ Y t -[ . . Y[of the Virgilia Club House, an-[~ahat part of the service they would is as good as ever and that he lands trimmings, the colors of the Green-]~ivc plays of the game was set up I collected by the state, t~: was a~-]nounces that a free dance will be [be in. The letter also stated that c ~lle Hi h School and ~n inferrer by Bob Kelton Bob fielded a hard nc~nced today py Joe 5aa~son, O1 he n the ball w~th all the pristine "'. g " " " l " " . } ' "{ ,Id at Virgilia Saturday night, [Ir'rice~ in England were soaring and ,ground ball tossed to Martin wklo lector el tne ~epartmen~ o~ Motor y~ force of his youth Frank got three eastern cc,llege, loom up smartly in,I ' . ~ ,-.ay 19. /-Ie invites everyone to ]that the nightly blackouts were hits out of five times up. ~h: g~dv~nli~l:et Ofdhott:ft:::o::tl~aO~:ded~c::;1,tM;::~~ ~:s:U;:r r~lV~:lme:.s county,rill receive a total Icorne out and have a good time. ]gwe:hting pretty tiresome. Mrs. Allge --.-----, " ry y g [ "' i [ ---~dv r's relatives live in a coast ~,ext Sunday and see the boys plabrid uble play. I of $4,125:61. . I "-'-L-- ---T-* . i town and are in constant fear of air Peewee 1N'eer also smacked the Graeagle while the shiny suits are [ Willis I-Iardgrave and Howard[ A total of $11,735,345.2.5 was col*I ~v~rs. ~. zumno spent Mother's |raids ball "for three out of five. Near still new and before they slide them[ Tanner divided the pitching honors I lected during the period July 1, 1939 I Day at St Joseph's Military Acad- [ '-- ~ takes a sharp crack at the ball, and full of dust " ~for the locals in the last four in-Ire March 31, 1940, it was announced, lf:ny in Belmont, where her son, AI-] Mr. and Mrs. V. Dresser and he should figure in the batting av- " ~nlngs, and while they pitched cred-]From this sum is taken the moneyI 'ed, is a student. Alfred took part ]family reported a good catch on erages before the season is well Yessir, the fir~cial game here ]itable ball, the individual perform-]necessary for administration of the tin a military drill put on by the ]their fishing trip on Haun's Creek along, will open with Greenville and Gra-! a,ce of George Price was easily l act authorizing the collection, I cadets during the day. ~Sunday.