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In the fourth inning, however, the Kippers hit their stride when the big bats of
Pete "Ka-roo" Kcrutis, "Horsctrador" Ed Eisimingor, Jim Elliot, and Carl William
kept the shorthanded Vet outfield busy chasing extra base hits. The Kipper's
piled up eight runs this stanza before Burcin's boys could put out the fire.
Pete Kcrutis added an insurance run in the fifth by scoring "Stash" bailor on
another long double. This mid-game rash of runs gave Shipman the comfortable
margin he needed to coast to victory.
K seventh inning Vet try for victory was cut down by the Kippers, after
one run had scored, with a. sparkling, game-ending, Millor-Kcrutis-to-Eisininger
Kippers KB R H
Miller U 2 1
Elliot h 1 2
Kcrutis 3 12
Smida 1 0 0
Shipman 2 21
Eisimingor U 1 1
Karpinski h 03
Williams 2 11
DeToma 0 0 0 Two base hits
Tracy 3 10 Eisimingor-lj
Pclick 2 10 man-1,
Winning pitcher—Clarence Shipman, Won lost 1,
Losing pitcher—William Burcin, Won 2j lost 2,
Empires—Jack Donovan, Nora Hall
Umpire Norm Hall at precisely $: U 5 pim* called the Bandit-Bluejay softball
game a forfeit in favor of the Bluejay. The larger portion of the Bandit team,
including their manager—Hike Evancho—failed to report on the ball field.
This marks the first win./'f the season for the Blue jays.
The softball umpires—Nora Hall and Jack Donovan—'wish to impress upon
all ball clubs and their managers that hereafter, any team unable to field
nine of their own men on the softball d iamond at 5 p.m. will close the game on
forfeit to the opposing team providing that team has nine men and is ready to
play ball at the prescribed time.
CAM US CHATTER BY CHIPPY CHIPMUNK
Hi fellow studonts,
Before I begin my weekly chatter I would like to report the loss of a
very important item. Bob Henney and Norm Hall are grief stricken over the loss
of this item so'if you should find a little dog running astray please return
him to either of the two fellows because ho doesn't have bus fare, Maybe we
could persuade the boys to give a reward for this dog, if returned.
Signs of summer are really here. Harriot Tulin devoted a portion of
her time before practising for Day ceremonies to wading in the wool which
is located on the lawn of the school. How's the water, Harriet?
Have you ever noticed how well Sally Itarich and Beverly ¥izdo -re gettin
along lately?' Wheat's the matter girls have you given up arguing or have you
turned to arguing with the women in the Hazleton library who wear buckles in
I enjoyed a few tasty morsels after the party which was held for
Dißubbo on Thursday, May 6, 1953. How come Miss Dißubbo always looks so