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March 31, 1939 - Image 6

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Tnd Top Notch Rangers Nose Out St. Louis Cardinals Best
Boston Bruins, 2-1 Rochester Redwings, 9-5
_olvenne Teams -WINTER GARDEN, Fla., March 30.
BOSTON, Mass., March 20-(1)- -(JP)-Making seven of their 11 hits
Bill Thomas guard and Mar Weber, The New York Rangers forced the good for extra bases, the St. Louis
All-State halfback. league champions, the Boston Bruins, aRedwins , 9 d tehe odachester
Schmeling is also a star quarter- into a sixth game by a 2-1 victory first exhibition game this spring
m. on Ken Dohertys yearling track tonight after 17 minutes 19 seconds against minor league opposition.
Weber is one of the promising of sudden death play before a packed Paul Dean, one of the big "ques-
freshman out for baseball this spring crowd of 16,409, at the Boston Gar- tion marks" of the year, held the
and Buck Antle was a frosh basket- den. Redwings to two hits and a single
ball numeral winner. ( Cecil Smith caged the deciding goal run during the final three stanzas.




MADISON, Wis., March 30:-(IP)-
Benny Alperstein, Maryland 135-I
pounder seeking his third straight,
title, was defeated tonight in a first-
round match of the National Col-
legiate Athletic Association's Boxing
Tournament by Gene Rankin of the!
University of Wisconsin.
It was Rankin's second victory of
the day. He had to fight twice in the
first round to reduce the field for
16 isemi-final bouts tomorrow night.
Hafey's Homer Wins Game
SHREVEPORT, La., March 30.E--
(P)-Tom Hafey's home run with two
aboard in the eighth inning broke up
a slugfest between the New York
Giants and the Sherveport Sports to-
day and settled the affair in favor
of the National Leaguers, 10 to 5.
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with Lynn Patrick and Babe Pratt
The Rangers, trailing three games
to one in the best four-out-of-seven
struggle, fought a courageous battle
from start to finish and opened the
scoring in the seventh minute of
play by taking advantage of the first
Boston penalty. They held that lead
for a bit more than a minute, when
the Bruins caught them short-hand-





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