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DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. 1 I I the Sentinel Spo s g I I rt Pa e for the Attend the baseball games at your home of your home team's baseball games I B.~ ~.... i ball park on Sundays. The home town team I the season, i I players want your supporL I i May 6, 1948 THE GOLDI~NDALE Sl~NTINEL:---Goldemdale, ~Washington Page Seven = :P r* " - t ( ucky IllPlay re Sunday ,~ . # , -Softball To Start Soon; ITown Team Clubs Mid-Columbia TCounty Marble Bolter's Blngen Powerhouse Next Imvrovements Being Planned White Salmon League Standings Tourney Finals On Goldendale Schedule IL I ~ softball will soon be!~n- In Openmg Tilt Team .. W L Pet. Set For Saturday ~in~on's Lucky Loggers ,,,ill be nexton !he2oldendale town gain at Brooks Field inisiderably, i ~ [Goldenaaie ................... 1 0 1.000i ~ squaa slate, bunaay, lvlay 9, 2 p.m., at BrooKs eield. The locals, e, it was announced t Several improvements are be-i Behind Don Gosney's beautiful:Bingen.- ........................... 1 0 1.000i Klickitat county's marbles ex-fresh from an 8 to 0 victory at the expense of the White Salmon _gy the softball commit:ling planned, the committe an-itwo-hit pitching job, the Golden-Lnooa rover .................... l u l.uuu perts will hit the home stretch Antlers. have et to be reall trie Gainin 1 le " ~coe Post, Veterans of I nounced, which will make the dale town team massed eight runslParkdale,- ....................... 1 0 1.000 Saturday when the second annual ...... ;_ __ y .... Y. d.. ~ .g an ear y .ad ,s last war f wnlLe balmon U I uuu ~unuay s encoumer, me mwmes coas~ea ~o an easy rectory ou~ . s, sponsors of the games better for both fans and on 5 hits and 7 White Salmon ... - .............. county championship series will lefinite. . date has not yet I rqavers~ ~ Outstanding amon., g these errors to win the first league ~on- udell. , ................................ 0 1 .000 open at Brooks field in Golden- Bingen, with two full games under their belt are figured to be a but it is presumed that is the proposed addltmn of ten!test of the season, 8 to 0. Klick.~itat ........................ 0 1 .000 dale. . much tougher outfit. The Bingen roster boasts such sluggers as )lay will begin around more lights to be extended along The locals broke the ice with ~ne uaues ...................... u 1 .vuu Clarence Hansen, chairman ox r~,,~, r,;~~, ~hn~ ~n. pro,l, 'the first and third base lines tO'.one run in the second frame, 3 hyie ................................ u u .uuu :the tournament committee of the ~-~ .... %'~"~'" "v"-'~-%::~" ":-:~to the flawless backin" ~iv~-D^- t ...... I ' r'a~e, catcher; /:5111 wang, znal ~; s ~n u~ gue thisyear will con-, provide better wsmn for the out- I more m third, 3 m the seventhI Lasl Week~'s Games May 2 Goldendale Eagles lodge, spon- base', Bill' Darnell, pitcher', Dur- ~ Gosnev in" his masterful two-hit" teams--Wishram. Le- i fielders and spectators, l inning and one more in the eighth ~ ............ ^ sors of the event, has announced ...... ~ ] ..... 1~, ~,~o,. ,~, ...... ,Ditchir~ Job last Sunday In Sun- ' " ~ " ore ~olaenaale ~, while ~almon u l "k n"w .........e,~-, .o~ ~,..o~, ..... ..... - , -- - - . n _Club, Nazarenes, Ag- I Other ~mprovements planned iwhile holding the Antlers sc - i that the nuckhng dow fll tried and roVcn hitters South- !day s game the spectators will , Hood River 10 The Datles 3 P , d V.~.W. The Agutter l include repairs to the grandstand, !less ~hrou.gh the. entire game. i p.,.t.~ ~a ~;~ ,7 " l begm at 10:30 a.m. and will con- paw Pat Beniiman is their star lprobably see a strong defensive Y new add~tmn" " to the 'a score board- ~'ubhc' address sys- After me nrs~ mnmg wnen 2~nen i ~" ...... ~ "A.'.%"X, -.~,,~ -. unue unto winners are aezer- I h,,,.1,~ ~.~ hd ~ ~;,,,,~o,~ ,, o~..~ ~ D'ltted a~ainst ................... a strnn~ nff~.~ ~11 Beeks Antler centerflelder dre mined m the hree a e rou s replace the Oas~s. Item, and a consession stand. I , ..... , . . ,T.,~o ~v~ " '~ ......... g,~ g P,~'' Ithe ~ame for Bingen next Sunday Iwhmh could prove to be a thriller n, last ,,-~rs champion A trophy to be presented to the~ a base on oaus aria aavancea z ~=, ---. it is noz aenmzeiy Known now W'l~ile Bin----- ~ ...... ~ *-~ ^~" of a contest ~ars to~l~e the-tea~ t~[winning ~eam has been. offeredlthi~d ontwo .consecutwe p_assedI Nex! Week'-'~'-~ames May 9 [many._schoolof t he_:cou.nty havelensive hitt,in%~3o~er~V~c~e~c~ei Each club has won one andlost ~t e a ers t~by one of the local zans me an-IDallS, no'~ anomer enemy runuer . conuuc~eu lot:at lHIll[ia~iou uvlcsI . on in re ' - earfi~hbePla~t~, inc~h~Ylnounced, and the offer'pro[ablylgot any farther than second base. l~?cg]ei~a~ta?~d?~t/~l:l.m^n ~tochose. eontesta.nts for the Sat-!~~e edge ndef. ense'duei~enewinnig~la[h!eagu;pd:Y' a~s~, Chue, their star hitcher !will be accepted. ! rne cash prizes ior nrs~s m lm~. r~,u,~, ,+ c~,~,d, .... i uraay imais..wme m~eres~ nas ihome with a 9 to 3 win. Dave lagainst Odell by a score of 8 to of "- ." . i varmus ctepartments were awaro ................ *~. ~oeen snown, me sponsors reporL Baker Bruin " ~ ' ' " the . , third baseman, poled 2. In this game Dmster, Bmgen . , Agutter team ~ The V.F.W. softball committee, i ....... *~'~---in .... J Parkdale at Lyle. ~a-d keen com"~'i'ion i- ex"ect^'~ .................... u out it is reported_ that ~ membels" of which are Don Ham-~Icu~. aW ~u,~w. ~s ~,;. .... :l-r~,,,~.. ......... m~,o,-, ---~--.~"~ 1 . " ..... P~ ~ . ~ v =,~ a ..... rang nome run over me ~eI~ ~snr~-smP' .... conec~ect rive nKs ~or e ~ ~rs~ base mL J~ npm~L oo, ,m me ~aturaay events field barmer o le d in he h 1 n me out with a strong Hton, chairman, Bill Winte~stein,!~, ..... ~ ~o~,~ 1 { ~^~n.~ ~.~^,~ L...~^~ -_t. . . t a t lttmglfve t ps to the plate, including All +~ ~+h,~. +~,~o ~.~,~ ~,~ ~.~,~ ~,~,~,~ ~,~,.,~ ~,..~u~uc~u,~,u, ~o.vv. ,_,u,,= ~,~,= ~,u,.~ .a,,~,=,~ ~-ioeparzmenz a nome-run, a tl~lnle anct mree ~at~ *~-~. ,,^.. ~.~..~ ...... ~ ..... ~,, ~ ...... ~ F~rst assist, J~m Fndgefarmer,[c, . r,*l ~ their entry list to the tourney[ The Bruins in their first twolsin~les for a real dislay of hit Iwill eo,~i~t of a double round-Le' G oldendale: $3.o0. , . ,. /~DOl~-t rlllTIS 10 ,committee this week follow.n.g[outmgs of the season, turned m tmg power. ~L AIR DEODORIZERS robin with the winners of the first !.~ ~'~,rs~ unassls~eo pumu~,~eo~g In O/ ~ q ~ leqmmauns neia a~ ~ne. m gn ~neat 3 to 0 and 4 to 0 shut-outs ! Another thriller of a ball game ............. '~eeoe, rL ~omenoale, V~.vv. , . ,scnom an elememary SCHOOl. Tne la~ainst Sevenson and Hood River is exnected at Brook'~ ~,~a ~,,-- k Neutralizes onens-I~,,d ...... d h~lves playing for the First sacrifice Dar-1 S-aldina ,~e t,~nowrl lVlaV 11 ~o~ contest at the high school ~2 .................. ~,~.^~ ~.._ ~.. ff._~ ....... Z ..... -~'~."- z.re~ensthea[r!Cedarteha~p~n~P'~..... hole willbe!lb'-Gldendale',$3"00".~ ..... I , .--~"~'---, . Twas conducted by the Boyslnot suffered a defeat in five starts lthe best home game of the season" ~ uuc~e ~LUU. laea~ ~_ ?/ ..... b~-~, ~ ,-%-.. , .~ __l Firs~ smmn base, ~ ~ripleu,, 2~rrangements are being maoe I~eague, wnlcn me ~eacners super- I .... ~?oacco, animals, paint I oe~er orgamzea tins year:, mey t $3 00 by the Klickita~ County Hunters' I vised the elementary school tour- I ~,l.,.~,I.,t..t-.I,.I.,t~*,~,,t..t,,t-,t.~-I..t,~@~@~@~~@~@~@~ uo.m. It really kills all aaaea, ana everymmg wu~ DeI First run scored, Ed Triplett, i& Anglers Club to accommodate ney "* ~ ~ - octors, S rai tl 'crone ~o maKe me games ias~er, "- ~ m~,,.v~-~ ~.~ ..-;'.-P Y d ree..Yl~--~ .... : ...... ti~= !$3.00. a large crowd at their meetingI Winners of these contests, whoi~ ~ f'/~g-~,.-~;,!~iii~~ 4~ ~2upngistery ana ClOth-i~,*~,~-o,~ ~:5=~,~----~- ....... ] First run batted in, Bill Overly, Tuesday evening May llth in the will take part in the Saturday ~ ..,~F~t~ ~.~.~"~_ ~!~!!~~~'-Y y~ ,]~ ~=, bulb $1.00. Try a] ~nere wu). oe no a~m~ssmnilf,' Goldendale $3.00. ,Eagles hall at 8:00 p.m. !finals as Goldendale's representa-i~. :~:~ jr~r) //~/ ~' cHarges ior me games, me corn i ........ ; First two-base hit, Bob Trip-! Dean Gillenwaters president of[fives are: 1.1~ :~~.yj ~ ] #. v~.~[~[M ~]' mntee announeect DU~ patrons wm - t l i ' ': WILMs T TT~O'T~'*~' I1~^ .~; ...........,,~; ...... l..~ lett 2b, White Salmon, $5.00. i :he c ub, sa d there would be a, Age 6-9---Stacy Reeves and ~~~/ ~, ...... ~.,,.,,,~.,~,.~ +u~ s,v~- a,, ~vv~*~,-,~ ~ -,=~, ~* o,'it-o ~u* b,, ~'icher Mer Ibrief business ~ " ,~ *-~~ +~. ITimmv Holvcro*~ alers Goldendale donatmns to help defray expenses $ "-- "llin.Fink, White Salmon, $3.00. ishowin,g of two outstanding sport Age 10-12--Fred Stone and ~~11 ~ " ~ Special mention for defensive films, Finny Mountaineers' and',Billy Webster. "'*:' ~ ~ ~~ #/, ~ _ play goes to Larry Morris, Gold-"Battle For Survival," which are l Age 13-16---Joe Stone and Bob " ~" ~ -~m~~----~ ~ ;endale shortstop, who handled i being sent here for showing by Avery. ~ ,, ~~~~ ]four very difficult chances with-itbe State Game Department. Home Of Those Better Meats ~/;"|~~2"!i1~ [out an error. Following the showing of the l s-~ . ~.,. e~_ . FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ~l [J[l~'-~.~J~!}[[] Goldendale AB H R56 minute of sound-effect film, I~'~]~lllll Wl]n .ht~$~t- ~, iS ~l//I$//~ill~l~lll/)~ Y~~I~ Crocker 2b 5 1 1 r,~fr~shments ,,m ~. ....... .~ I ........... ,....,,v..~..~t*~ ~-~ . . q* ~~ ~ ~t~i Morris, 'ss .... ::::::::::::::::::::::::: 0 2i "Harold Guy? "secretar;* o)" the At Five Strai-ht wluapa Uysters... pt. $ Overly, if ................. : ............ 3 1 0 club, who made arrangements for I ~ A ~tRO ---- Bridgefarmer, C ................ 4 1 1ithe showing of the film, said that ] " ~ rl2-%l1~:~ .............. / A tt~. ~j'~. ttl~nr~~'~"r~o * E ...................... Triplett,ef 3b 4 2 1 'more wereatobtainable and that at , The Columbia Bruins, of White Pi~,,i~ ........ Strl~ .. Johnson., =: ....................... 1 0 1 tendanee .the meeting would !Salmon, continued their impress- ~ ~ I~ *~ = ~ .. ~palaing, lb ................... 8 O 1 determine whether or not more iive victory streak last Friday, Pork --'ofo m Wl~ $ Beebe, rf:. ............................... 2 0 0 i would be obtained: !April 20, by defeating the Glen- ..~o~.o ........ ~ m mm %1, i ~ ~osney, 1-:..:.: ........................ ~ o _ } wood high school nine, 12 to 1, Cenfer Cui ~ ~ f I. wooaward2 it ...................... ~ U 0 |~,~l ~.~,~|~,~ !for their fifth straight win of the / ~',, / ~ ~ ~ __ --m ~---.~..'t~;"'M~sY----[q~"'*''-'dl- ............. t~arnes, ri ............................ ~ u u L,,'~,t~ai ~J~u~l|~;|O season. __too,- ............. 'Tdlh , ........ Totals .............................. 34 5 8 The Bruin batsmen ran up 12 --~-~~--~ Wh,te Salmon AB Bow To Tovvenlsh its, in~,u~ing five dou~es and Sprm, 'oujl ~Ea~-w,~ ~s NO k~J[~,,t: ~a=,,=~ ~,~, ~5~ ~lossoerger, ss .................... ~ u ~ I _._....._~ -- lone home-run, a drive into left ~J---'~t.n~.o ~~ .,ve ~all "IM~AG~tM/v~ t~ II~ /.~.'IZ.~''" "'~ ~ ~eeKs, ct .............................. z O u ........ i field by third baseman Dave tt t;~*tt:;;lo ............. ~~ ,p " "' Hecomovich 3b 4 0 0I ~oloenuam goiters, many play- k ...... ~-'=Jl ~U"~I'ED'ONr~-~'.r ~Jl[~ ~_~'~q[ ~l~A~ ~ ..... . ............... - - -' in-~ their first .............. t Ba er. Gall Larsen, Columbia Swift s Premmm ~~ ! ~IN-.....-~---------~ I~ "K ~4~ ~1~ t ~ veriy G ................................ ~ 1 o/_ 9__ ~= ..... =~,~e^o} my ~u-, Ihurler, hm~ted the mountain in- ~ s*s ~,s ~~ 4, V ,,]I ~ ~, k~}ED~JI~..-~;,I E Ackley, lb 3 0 0 penlsh club last Sunday on the ....... : ..... ~q$ ...... ~, ' .................... ~ ' 1 ' ,. t UI1 ~urn ~o Lne L:oiumDlans .L x =. Gust rf 3 0 0 loppemsn course t.ow scorer on' - , '' .................................. ~h ndale " played host to TheDalles h~gh ~~1'''~" ~"~"" I B. Tnplett, 2b .................. 31 0't~e Golde_ L~am w. as Don lschoo1 Indians and sent the up- CHICKENS ......... ~[1~~ ~-~ ,!. I!~V~X~" I Stevens If .10 0 Other local golfers turning In ]OW[,~,arl ,~ ~ 1_2 ,~ 9 ..... Colored Roasfin_q ~ ~ t o ......................... wr .................... ,.In ~ ~ ~ 1 Totals 28'0, fores e e, Fred~Lear, 74; BflllCc~oo~l%sdi~u~:d~aaP[~g2~l![O:{e~h~eh!hn~" ~~~ daLee, fts.o~]bas~, rWnsS. 3~ GOnlle%~ kiulle~o~75e21~r~Inyuds~it~nd BACON ENDS ..... c ~r~ Gosney 0; Struck out by Fink 6, 6:.. .... fe _ lltwavering Bruins failed to be Sw, f,s .--~---'~ IL ~J1 ~1~1~1~ I"VI~ ~e'- , ~osney ,i; oases on o a.n OlX ~inkl .me meal got~.rs seem. e~ we ltoppled from their peak as the I AI~O ~'~l~l]l~ ~-~~ IU. o taosne ~ wr- ~mK zwo pmasect wnn melr snowing ~un j , , . ~Y ..; . .. ; -[ .... .... '. . . -!only unbeaten high school in the Ld'%l1g~ Oll~q~ . * '~ "~ ~I~ ] When you have a dog, keep him supplied oase nit, ~. *riplett. I~y :e~odc~11~I~lm~enltt w~h~n?l~ng IMid-Columbia district and came Swift's Premium--Spring - * 1 - ,- Y with dog food. GROW S kennel rattans are t~ t'~ n t I! Inlav the Tormenish club on ~het ~ the finest dog food preparations to be found. ~.~.~ t~ase~au l*oca l course *~'~ , Chin,,ot, ALMnN : visit their store today. ~ ~I !=,s / Those making ,the trip to Top-'I ~t a~., ~,~ v ~ ~,, ~ ~,.,, . IL~U~ .,~ eason ,l lear r~na penish were: Mr. and Mrs. Walt!]~ /% lid [~AII~I Fr n.vll. ~. I Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 1 U VV 1'~i.~11~ IJ ............... ~' i ~ After two postponements, the Eddy, Mr. and ,Mrs. Leonard The first fresh Halibu! of lhe season ~t~ 1 i Mr and Mrs Marlon Hudson, Mr F - * ,tt~ has been sehedu ed for Monday, ; . _. ......... : , or Your n.,.,... .~ . anct lvlrs, l~alpn l'~lcKerson, Mr. v, #~#~ u~,~,~,~ ~r~.,~ u"=''- .r May 10, at 2.30. Th~s will be the} . ~! final home ,rome of ~he ~,ear ~and Mrs. George Nlckerson, Don -~, 4 .... ~t f&_.~.. ~l.~. D~..$J I Thi~ ~id~ he Timbe~rwoive~ IHamilton, Bill Skillern, Glenn ~onvemence ztcc~p~ u~tty ~,~ ,~ ~" ' J ~ ~' * r 1 ] Nmkerson, Lar y Rutledge, Bob p ay the Zillah Leopards Z'llah o I "~' ha~ -1 ..... won t~" .... ='.^ .i.1~ I Schafer, Paul J hnson Clarence P flh s Z O I~rooks, Jess Potter I and will pla7 Naches or Highland., hi ~p. ;.~ L_ George Nickerson s FRESH VEGETABLES --- anct ~rea ~on~ northern winner, for the Valley .. " '1 ...... -- ................ B ehamnlonshln t Tournament P ay Will s~art at .~ ~. .. ~a,I, Ii~n~v ~ LV " __ the local course ,t 9:00 a. m. with tmevron ~a~lon dinner~..~, -.. -.-~be~glser~d at the club t*ttr~--l~l~w *w~ " | . .~.d house fo w" g play. is open L,l t' rlxul I ...... :" { I tor -- Texas Pink . .-- 1. A squirt of mineral oil (//4 tea- ~J !'~ .! spoonful) applied to the silk of /.J~ l-fours Lflal|v" I:)AI~IA i~I&~ 11- 11 ~.. v each ear will prevent corn ear ,I UJ~I~J~L~J~L~ ....... ....... lJi.P. | ~ worm damage. 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