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Memorial Day Game. May 27, 2002
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    02 Beats     200 230 022  11 12  0
    02 Warriors  000 300 000   3  5  4

Beats Win, 11-3

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  • Game Time: 2 hours, 51 minutes
  • Attendance: 56,026
  • Weather: Cool, Overcast. 61o
  • Umpires: Thomas Aldridge, Benedict Arnold, Jonathan Pollard
  • Game Most Cosmic Player: Ray Bremser
  • Official Scorer: Thomas Payne



At precisely 3:15 PM (EDT), or fifteen minutes after the local observance of the "National Moment of Remembrance," Dharma Beat outfielder and former U.S. Navy Lt. Commander, Lawrence Ferlinghetti smacked a 2-run homerun in the opening inning of this Overleague game, played in memory and in honor of those who have died in war. Ferlinghetti is better known as a distinguished poet and proprietor of the City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco. During World War II Ferlinghetti enlisted in the U.S. Navy and commanded a minesweeper during the allied invasion of Normandy. He was also sent to Nagasaki six weeks after the atomic bomb was dropped. He has been a Dharma Beat since the team's inception in 1983.

The Dharma Beats, behind the wild pitching of Beat icon Neal Cassady (7 walks), controlled the game from the beginning. The Wonderland Warriors (last season's Cosmic Universal Series winner) have been struggling in the Overleague this season. Starting pitcher, Jeremy Boorda (another U.S. Navy man) got pushed around in the fourth and fifth innings. In the fourth Beat Generation founder Jack Kerouac and Beat poet Gregory Corso hit back-to-back solo home runs. In the fifth inning Beat poet Ray Bremser (awarded the game's Most Cosmic Player award) hit a three-run home run deep into Memorial Stadium's centerfield upper reaches. That was it for Boorda as the Warriors went through four more pitchers in an attempt to thwart the Beat assault.

Emerging in the latter 1940s amidst the cultural and psychological destruction of the just ended World War the Beat Generation was the inspiration for the anti-war slogan that emerged during the Vietnam War era: "Make love, not war."

Current Conflicts War Started
War of Ideas ages ago
Burma Insurgency 1950
Korea Korea Confrontation 1953
Indonesia Papua / West Irian 1963
Namibia Caprivi Strip Secession 1966
India Naxalite Uprising 1967
Colombia FARC & ELN Insurgencies 1970
India Kashmiri Uprising 1970
Peru Shining Path Rebellion 1970
Philippines Moro Uprising 1970
Indonesia East Timor 1974
Sri Lanka Tamil Uprising 1980
Uganda Civil Conflict 1980
Senegal Casamance 1982
Indonesia Kalimantan 1983
Sudan Second Civil War 1983
Turkey Conflict with Kurds 1984
Indonesia Aceh 1986
China Spratly Islands 1988
Afghanistan Civil War 1989
Sierra Leone Civil War 1990
Georgia Civil War 1991
Rwanda Civil War and Genocide 1991
Somalia Civil War 1991
Algeria FIS / GIA Struggle 1992
Angola Second War with UNITA 1992
Russia Chechen Uprising 1992
Burundi Civil Conflict 1993
Mexico Zapatista Uprising 1996
Congo (Congo-Brazzaville) Civil Conflict 1997
Nigeria Civil Disturbances 1997
Congo (Zaire) Congo War 1998
Ethiopia Eritrea War 1998
Solomon Islands Civil Disturbance 1999


A Cultural Chronology of Early Beat Generation Literature 1944-[1949]



World War II is going on throughout Europe and Phillippines; D-Day landing of U.S. and allied troops at Normandy; United Nations is established; D.H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterly's Lover found obscene in U.S.

Kenneth Rexroth engineers Berkeley Renaissance with William Everson, Philip Lamantia, Robert Duncan... Circle magazine around West Coast Anarchist and Libertarian Circles around Berkeley.

European Surrealists in New York City during the war meet with American artists and writers.

First meeting of Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs and Herbert Huncke in New York City, around Columbia University and Times Square. Kerouac marries Edie Parker while held in jail as a material witness in friend Lucien Carr's murder trial (marriage lasts a few months). Kerouac and Burroughs write novel together "And the Hippos were Boiled in their Tanks."

Broadway: Harvey, I Remember Mama

Films: Double Indemnity, Gaslight

Music: Swing is in vogue - Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Woody Herman, Tommy Dorsey

Art: Edward Hopper, Clyfford Still

Fiction: John Hershey's A Bell for Adano

Poetry: Pulitzer to Karl Shapiro's V- Letter and Other Poems


Harry Truman takes over presidency after death of Franklin D. Roosevelt; end of WW II- first atom bomb is dropped on Hiroshima, Japan (189,000 casualties), then Nagasaki.

At Columbia University, Allen Ginsberg is expelled for harboring Jack Kerouac in his room and for writing offensive protest words on his dormitory-room window.

Broadway: Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie and He Touched Me

Films: The Lost Weekend, Mildred Pierce, The Body Snatcher

Music: Be-Bop jazz evolves with Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker.

Art: Abstract Expressionist art is thriving throughout the Beat Era with such artists as Jackson Pollock, Mark Tobey, William de Kooning, Mark Rothko, Robert Motherwell, Franz Kline, Jasper Johns, many of whom gathered in the Greenwich Village scene with writers.


First U.N. General Assembly Meeting in London; national strikes in coal, railroad, General Electric industries. Post-War Baby Boom (birth rate in U.S. increases by 20%);

Dr. Benjamin Spock's The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care is published; advent of television use of commercial jet airlines; popularization of Jean Paul Sartre's existentialism. German Nazi's are sentenced to death at Nuremburg trials.

William S. Burroughs and common-law wife Joan Vollmer move to Texas with their daughter; Neal Cassady meets Kerouac and Ginsberg in New York City; Kerouac begins writing The Town and the City after the death of his father.

Broadway: O'Neil's The Iceman Cometh, Hellman's Another Part of the Forest, and Born Yesterday

Films: The Best Years of Our Lives treating dissatisfied war veterans wins Academy Award as best picture. Bogart in The Big Sleep

Fiction: Carson McCullers' A Member of the Wedding, Camus' The Stranger, Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men

Poetry: Pulitzer to Robert Lowell's Lord Weary's Castle


Ginsberg, Kerouac and Cassady live in Denver for summer; Cassady meets future wife Carolyn Robinson; Ginsberg and Cassady visit Burroughs in Texas.

Un-American Activities Committee begins hearings on Hollywood communists; college enrollment reaches all time high of 67.1 million.

Broadway: Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire

Film: Gentleman's Agreement, Miracle on 34th Street

Music: Top jazz performances by Benny Goodman and Duke Ellington Band, Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra

Fiction: Schulberg's The Harder They Fall, Michener's Tales of the South Pacific

Poetry: Pulitzer Prize to W.H. Auden's Age of Anxiety.


Truman is elected president; Mahatma Gandhi is assassinated by Hindu extremists in India; 12 Communist leaders are indicted for Smith Act Violation; publication of Alfred Kinsey's Sexual Behavior in the Human Male.

John Clellon Holmes meets Kerouac and Ginsberg in New York City around Columbia University where Ginsberg has re-enrolled and graduates. Ginsberg begins his series of William Blake visions. Kerouac and Cassady take first on the road trip together.

Broadway: Mr. Roberts, Anne of the Thousand Days

Films: The Red Shoes; Key Largo; Sorry, Wrong Number

Televison: "Douglas Edwards and the News," "Candid Camera," "Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts," "Milton Berle Show," "Studio One," "Philco Television Playhouse"

Music: Stan Kenton appears at Hollywood Bowl

Art: Andrew Wyeth, Ben Shahn, Arshile Gorky

Fiction:The Plague by Albert Camus, The Naked and the Dead by Norman Mailer.


North Atlantic Pact is signed, NATO is created; Apartheid begins in South Africa; 500,000 steelworkers strike; minimum wage rises from 40 cents to 75 cents an hour; fear of Cold War with Communist China and Russia grows.

Ginsberg is arrested in NYC for harboring stolen goods from Huncke and sent to New York State Psychiatric Institute for 8 months where he meets Carl Solomon, fellow patient and hero of "Howl" poem. Ginsberg visits William Carlos Williams. Burroughs in Mexico City.

Broadway: Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller

Films: Pinky, Home of the Brave, Sands of Iwo Jima

Television: "The Goldbergs," "Captain Video and the Video Rangers" "Mama"

Music: "Cool Jazz" of Mile Davis, Jerry Mulligan, Dave Brubeck; Billie Eckstine is popular singer

Fiction: Nelson Algren's The Man with the Golden Arm, George Orwell's 1984


Scorecard: Beats @ Warriors
Memorial Day Game. May 27, 2002

Inning 1: Beats

Boorda [Starter]

Carr E-2 X . .

Plymell 3-UN . X .


Ferlinghetti HR . . . 2

Bremser 6-3 . . .

Kerouac 4-3 . . .

Inning 1: Warriors

Cassady [Starter]

Bradley 4-3 . . .

Marion 8 . . .

Scipio 3-UN . . .

Inning 2: Beats

Corso 4-3 . . .

Huncke 2 . . .

Whalen 8 . . .

Inning 2: Warriors

Cortes BB X . .

Giap 4 X . .

Hackworth 6-4-3 DP . . .

Inning 3: Beats

Cassady K . . .

Carr 4-3 . . .

Plymell 1B X . .

Ferlinghetti 6-3 . X .

Inning 3: Warriors

Blake BB X . .

Dayan K X . .

Boorda 3 X . .

Bradley 6-4 FO X . .

Inning 4: Beats


Bremser K . . .

Kerouac HR . . . 1

Corso HR . . . 1


Huncke 7 . . .

Whalen 8 . . .

Inning 4: Warriors

Marion BB X . .


Scipio 3 X . .

Cortes HR . . . 2

Giap BB X . .

Hackworth BB X X .

Blake 8 X X .

Dayan 2B . X . 1

- Hackworth X-@Home . X .

Inning 5: Beats

Cassady K . . .

Carr E-4 X . .

- Carr SB . X .

Plymell BB X X .

Ferlinghetti K X X .


Bremser HR . . . 3

Pizarro [Relief]

Rommel [Dbl-Sw]

Kerouac 1B X . .

Corso 3-UN . X .

Inning 5: Warriors

Rommel 3-UN . . .

Bradley 8 . . .

Marion BB X . .

Scipio 1B X . X

Cortes K X . X

Inning 6: Beats

Huncke K . . .

Whalen 4-3 . . .

Cassady K . . .

Inning 6: Warriors

Giap BB X . .

[PH] GI Joe 8 X . .

Blake 1B X X .

Dayan 4-3 . X X

Rommel 9 . X X

Inning 7: Beats

Iskra [Relief]

Carr 4-3 . . .

Plymell 9 . . .

Ferlinghetti BB X . .

Bremser 6-3 . X .

Inning 7: Warriors

Bradley 8 . . .

Marion 4-3 . . .

Scipio 9 . . .

Inning 8: Beats

Kerouac BB X . .

Corso 1B X X .

Huncke BB X X X

Whalen 1B X X X 1

Cassady K X X X

Carr K X X X

Plymell 1B X X X 1

Kvashnin [Relief]

Franks [Dbl-Sw]

Ferlinghetti 5 X X X

Inning 8: Warriors

Cortes 3-UN . . .

Giap K . . .

Franks 6-3 . . .

Inning 9: Beats

Bremser 1B/E-7 . X .

Kerouac 1B X . X

Corso 4-3 . X X

Winning Pitcher

Huncke 2B . X . 2

Whalen K . X .

Cassady E-3 X . X

Carr 1-3 . X .

Inning 9: Warriors

Blake 1B X . .

Dayan 1-6-3 DP . . .

Rommel 4 . . .

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