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Reds Drop Two Soft Ball Result* I On "the Trail" j OF SPORT ',,--".··» vv;(h Dick Cun»ell» """" There is a growing suspicion, prettv well fomried incidentally, that "the Hamilton Lindens have the best base ball club m the: In- State league, composed ot Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky semi-pro cutfiis. The lindens, playing home games in Hamilton practically every Sunday, have been unde- defeited in ten contests this year. One of these games was »n exhibition affair. Another exhibition joust was a tie. Paced by L. D. Grceley, southpaw pitching star, the Lindens have swept through all Tri-Stato opposition and have defeated almost all of the top notch clubs with the exception of Mt. Washington, Tri- 8tate league champions of 1930. But what we started out to say was that the Lindens and Mt Washington tangle here Sunday in what stacks up as the most important game of the season for the locals. Already established as pretty strong favorites to cop the 1931 title, the Lindens will further enhance their chances by dishing out a wallop to Mt Washington's championship chin. On the other hand a victory for Mt. Washington will pretty well tew up things and make the chaeo a free-for-all once again. Mt. Washington, las tasted defeat once this year, Bond Hill turning the job. Bond Hill, incidentally, is a team defeated by a close score 'here several weeks ago by.the Lindens. In addition to more than holding their own against Tri-Stato opposition, tbe Lindens' management is apparently making an honest effort to give Hamilton some high class Sunday baseball. Every man on the team is a local product. The manager is an old held of Hamilton baseball and the team's backers are solely from Hamilton. If any Hamilton baseball team ever deserved support it is the Lin- 'dens and baseball fans who wander to other pastures for their Sunday uport are doing the Lindens an nn- justice if they do not give them A tumble. It has been a long time since Hamilton has had a, baseball championship of any worth and this year seems to present the big chance. Odd circumstances are remarkable for their downright consistency in popping up at golf tournameuts. Tp in Columbus today, two youngsters, both from Dayton, tangle in tho finals of the Ohio State Amateur tournament. They are Bob Kepler and Scotty Reston. Nothing rather iirportant in those bare facts but -- Kepler is the No. 1 man of Ohio State's golf team and Keston is the No. 1 man and Captain-elect of the University of Illinois' golf team. That makes it a coincidence, for sure and certain. CLARKS AND Y CONTINUE TO SET PACE IN NATIONAL SOFT BALL LOOP GIANTS**JI*N*XE*D *IN ?URSUiT*bF^FAST STEP'PING CARDINAL TEAM * * ·«=» Squads To Meet Next Week With Title At Stake Things worked out nicely in the National Soft Ball leaguo Thursday night, pointing for another crucial battle nest week between Clarfcs and the V. M. C. A. Both teams wou their scraps last night and will go into battle against each other next Thursday night with three- victories and no defeats chalked up as their records for the second round. Clarks won the first round when they won all their games, defeating the Y in the most important one. Scores last night were: Olarks B; Imfelds 2. Y. M. C. A. 10; First Ward 9. Champion 12; Wente Elec. 0. N. E. Turn. 11; Becketts 4. Both the Y and Clarke, however were pressed to win. . Clarks went into the eighth inning against Ini- t'elds trailing by 2 to 1 but the league leaders put on a concerted rally and when the emoke of the fatal eighth had died away, Clarks were leading 5 to 2. The Y-Firet Ward Cigar scrap as a nip and tuck affair with tho 0-9 result in doubt until the final ut. Ogg, of the Champion Coated ine, turned in tho best pitching ex- ibition of the evening when he set \ r ente Electric down with four hits, or a shutout victory. North End Furniture easily dis- oserl of Beckette. Following is the league standing: DAYTON COLLEGE YOUTHS PLAY FOR CHAMPIONSHIP IN BUCKEYE GOLF FINALS In addition, however, Reston got to the finals yesterday by whipping Johnny Florio, team mate of Kepler on the Ohio State varsity links quartet. Two weeks ago Kepler and Florio tangled in the semi-finnls of the national inter-collegiate golf tournament ut Chicago. Kepler won and went on to be beaten in finals by Dunlap, Princeton repeat er for the title. Reston was enterei ;'n the college meet, hut didn't ge very far. Now to make the picture complete, Kepler should step out today and defeat his fellow townsman, and incidentally obtain a share of revenge for Flo. rio's defeat. Yep, funny things do happen i: polf--at the National Open in Toledo last week, Tommy Armour British open champion barely qua ified. Yesterday, in the first ronn of the Canadian open, Armou (turned in a 6S, four under par. Today's Games Pet. 1.000 3.000 .667 .667 .333 .333 000 .000 cam W. larks 3 . M. C. A 3 mfelds Music »... 2 Vente Elec 2 tampion 1 "orth End Furn. .. 1 Mketts 0 'irst Ward Cigars 0 The box scores: Clnrk.. AB. R. aizman, Ib n 1 enes. 2b S 0 app, cf; 4 u erhart, If. 2 1 Hman, c ° o endam, Sb 5 1 ITehr, rf. D 1 rltz, ss 5 1 otts. p ic i.. 0 Totals ........... *....«_ I I 1 Imfeld Munlc. AB. R. H. Vllliarason, If ........... 4 1 J owers, cf ............... 4 0 o ester, ss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 0 0 'allace, 3b . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 1 1 upp, Ib . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 0 0 lo. 3b .................. 3 0 0 Inkle, rl ............... -1 0 1 urkhart, c ............. 4 0 0 mfeld, p ................ 2 0 0 orris, J ................. _0 _0 _0 Totals ................ 31 2 5 larks . . . . . . . . . 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0--5 mfeld . . . . . . . . . . 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0--2 H. ...40 9 AB. R. ... 4 1 ... 5 Flrnt^ Ward Clgarx. AB. R. Jvoly, cf 5 2 lahn, 3b 5 i. Hlvely. If 5 urtis, rf 4 looke, ss " ewls, c * tust. Ib 4 Lason, 2b 4 lachman, p 4 ".Icher, rf 1 Totals V. 51. C. A. Sressel, 3b. .. lutch. cf - uldovsky, rf 5 J- jrhart, ss 5 1 -·off}-, Ib 5 1 iolly. c 5 1 'urner, p a 1 Giiihm, 2b 4 2 ,ong. If. ...: 4 1 Totals 47 10 . M . C . A 3 0 2 0 4 0 0 1 0--10 First W a r d . . . . 1 0 1 1 0 3 1 0 2 -- 9 Wente Electric. AB. P. "" '. Miller, ss 4 0 ] P. Grace, p 4 0 0 It. Grace, Ib 3 0 :. iy. ah 4 o C Miller, If 3 0 Heinz, rf 3 0 Spivey, cf 3 0 - ;el 2b 3 0 Broslln, c 3 0 Totals 30 0 ClinmiiKni. AB. H. Riley. ss n 3 Smith. 3b 4 1 Stribbs, cf T. 2 Gratluvohl, rf 5 '2 Mosher, Ib a 0 Garrett. 2b y 0 Holsteln, If a 0 Wolf, c 5 1 IBB. p 5 - Totals 43 12 Champion 0 1 3 0 3 2 0 3 0--12 \Vente Electric 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 TRI-STATE CHAMPIONS HERE SUNDAY IIj Jnnics U UEMCK Associated 1'rea* Sports \Vrller. Columbus, 0., July 10 (ff)--The itials of the state amateur golf hauipionship today took on an in- c-rcollegiatc all-Dayton hue. Scotty Reston, Dayton, captain- Icct of tho University of Illinois .If team, will match drives over he Wyaudot club course with Bob -Cc-pler, Dayton, No. 1 player on the )hio State university niblick squad. The Daytoninns won their rights o the filial round by triumphing in wo of the most bitter contests ever vritten in Ohio golfing annals. Reston squared off against Johnny .'lorio, the tournament favorite, in he semi-final and was conceded an utsido chance to win--a chance hat changed to a remote possibility vhen Florio went oue up at the third lolc. Undismayed by the odds Heson stuck to his sticks and with a Jghty rally squnred tho match on he twelfth, went oue' up on tho fif- eenth and then captured the match wo and one on the seventeenth. Qreen Tights Hard In the lower bracket match, Keper took on Therpn Green, the boy .·ho eliminated Glenn Bishop, the de- ending champion, Wednesday, and lespitc the fact that Green had )luved consistent golf, the Ohio jta'te star was figured an easy vic- or by almost everyone -- except rcen. Not only was the gallery surprised mt Kepler was as well, as the Co- umbus boy continued his steady game, taking Kepler to the eighteen ;recn where he "blew up" after his * 'cond shot had hit a tree. On the home hole Kepler holed his fourth Yesterday's Stars In Major Leagues ( A**uc!atr] IV*M 1 Burleiffh Grimes and Paul Derringer, Cardinals -- Held Cincinnati to 11 hits in double header as Cardinals won twice. Vic Frasler, White Sox -- Blanked , Indians with six bite, 3-0. Joe Cronin, Senators -- Drove In , six runs against Red Sox with home run and two singles. Lou Gehrlff. Yankees -- His home run and double drove in five runs against Athletics. Price And Smith Team Is Leading City Golf Chase One of the hottest golf organizations in Hamilton is the City golf league, which is winding up its first round at Ellis Potter-park. Two man teams are contesting for the City title. "With only oue more week of play remaining 'B. P. Price _ a n d L.^J. g^^ ^ etmm M.L Washington Squad To Bring Fan Delegation What Linden bosses assert is the most important game of the season 50 far is scheduled for the Powerhouse diamond Sunday afternoon when Mt. Washington,. champions of the Tri-State league in 1930, oome here for a tilt with the Hamilton Lindens. Linden players and fans have been looking forward to the Mt. Washington encounter since the close of last season when the Mounts proved themselves a bit too tough for the locals in one of tho Tri- State play off games. This year the Lindens are hoping for a fair measure of success. The Lindens haven't been defeated as yet this year and hope to extend their winning streak to 10 games Sunday. L. D. Greeley, Liu- den southpaw, will be on the monnd for the locals, while either Sprong or Stormer, Mt. Washington veterans will be chucking 'em over for tho visitors. . Jit. Washington fans are intending to follow their team and the Linden management has been requested to reserve a block of seats for the southern Ohio contingent. Smith, 14 handicap, arc leading . pack with 20 points. In second place conies Clayton Mitchell and Warren Weber, 12 handicap, with 15 points and John Coylc and Art Grathwohl, 30 handicap, with 15 points. Two teams are knotted for the fifth position with 10 points each. They are Russ Mitchell and "E. Eicfiel, 22 handicap; Ott Ernst and tome ho c Kepler Hole, ms louun Collliang hton, 30 handicap ihot while Green took that many to , M TM,f n n i B , P . nrc Art Conget on the carpet. The match went :o the Dayton lad one up. Kepler "and Reston will play 18 loles this moniing and another 18 ;his afternoon while the final matches of the consolation flights will be sandwiched in between. Par Takes Ride As Stars Click In Canada Open Toronto, Ont., July 10 (VP).-!rack golfers of five nations, led by Percy Allies of Berlin, sought to give old man par another lacing in the Canadian Open Golf championship today. AlliFs came home late in the afternoon with 67 in the first round of tho open yesterday to lead the field by a single stroke. Ten other scores that fettered par of 72 were hung up at the Misstsanga club. Ailiss, a lute starter, rammed home an IS foot putt for a birdie three on the home green to gain the lead by a stroke from three United States aces, Tommy Armour, defending champion, Walter Hagen and Wiffy Cor. A stroke back of this trio was Johnny Farrcll o£ Mamaroneck, N. Y., who put together 16 four.~, two threes and a deuce for his 69. Cox played the new ball of United States rules. The others used tbe old heavier imd smaller ball permitted in Canada. Tied rad a poi for seventh place are Art Con- .nd Y. Ellis, 17 handicap, 7 1-2 ints and J. Purdy and W. Parrett, IS handicap. Schuster and Castator, 35 handicap, have 5 points along with C. N. Teaff and J. C. Calhonn, 14 handicap. The team of Conner and C. Huher, 38 handicap, has failed to tally a point. Matches, over the. 9-hole route, are played each Tuesday evening and after next week's matches the four high teams will play off for the league championship. Kaye Don Hangs Up Speed Record Gardone, Riviera, Italy, July 10 Don, British sportsman, has boosted the world's speedboat record to 110.223 miles per hour. After three months of unsuccessful assaults on the record of 103.49 miles an hour he set off Buenos Aires this spring, Don piloted his Miss England II over a measured course on Lake Gardia yesterday at a rate of 107,878 miles an hour in one direction and 112.569 miles in the other, the new record being the average between the two. Art Shires, one time "Whatn- mnn" of the Washington Senators and Chicago White Sox, is one of the best hitters in the American Association. Playing first base for Milwaukee, he recently took league lead \ntlonn! I.rnKne Cincinnati at St. Txuis. Chicago at Pittsburgh. Xew York at Philadelphia. Brooklyn at Boston. A n i r r f r n n I.rnf^nc Cleveland at Chicago. St. Louis at Detroit. Philadelphia at New York. Boston at Washington. North bllirl Flirn. F. Marianna, -b. . . 5Iinl:ich. rf Zccher, cf Trienen, Sb Buchelt. Ib Horvath. £, J. Horvatn. ss J. Zecher, If Castator, p Totals licckctt*. Hudson, 3b Bauereips, If Ewen, ss Parker. Ib S Bennett, c Donffe.*. rf S. Bennett. 2b Roberts, cf Harding, p AB. 3 Standings XittlonnI LrnKU Clubs. W. St. Louis 8 New York 41 Brooklyn 43 Chlcaso 41 Boston 37 Philadelphia 33 Pittsburgh 31 Cincinnati 26 American J.enfpte Clubs. Philadelphia, 53 "Washington 49 New York 42. Cleveland 38 St. IwOUls 34 Boston 28 Detroit 25 Chicago 28 Pet. .61 S .568 .566 .547 .500 . .707 .629 .575 .500 . 4 4 7 , .389 .377 .373 .35 11 AB. R. Totals 33 4 7 North End S O S 0 0 0 0 0 0--11 Beckelts 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 -- 4 MIAMISBVRG "9" N AT IFEST^ELKTON Miamisburj; and West Elkton will play a double header at West Klkton Sunday in the Miami Valley baseball league. The first game will start at 1:30 o'clock. This will be tho first appearance of Miamisburg in the league, the team having obtained the Gratis franchise. Near Inter-Zone Final With U. S. Prague, Chechoslovakia, July 10. (#·)--Great Britain's Davis Cup ieam today was only one victory removed from the inter-zone final with America's vouthful tennis ·»-?· TI T" rive 1 earns 1 le For Leadership In Club League The hair raising struggle for the second round championship in the club soft ball league continued unabated Thursday night as the Retail Grocers team suffered its first defeat, throwing the league leadership into a five-way tie. Commonwealth, Central Motors, Grocers, B. M. (J. and Olympics are all knotted at 2 victories and 1 defeat. Scores last night were: Olympics 37; Hi Twelve 4. B.'M. C. 14; Grocers 10. Commonwealth 17; Spoe-rls 16. Central Motors IS; P. 0. 0. Following is the league standing: Team W. Commonwealth ... 2 Central Motors ... 2 Retail Grocers 2 B. M. C 2 Olympics 2 Spoerl'fi Kelvinator 1 Hi-Twelve 1 Post Office 0 The box scores: HI-Twelve. VanAusdall, ss. .. Cook, 2b Tewart, p , Jenkins, c Kbbinser, 3b. ... Lintcle, Ib Neihause, cf Davidson, If Houser, rf L. 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 AB. . 4 . 4 . 4 , 4 . 5 . 4 . 4 . 4 . 3 Pet .667 .667 .607 .667 .667 .333 .333 .000 H. 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 Totals 36 Olympics. AB. Arlinghause, 3b 'A Marserum, Ib. ......... 9 Bast, gs 8 Kreiiingj If 8 Milders, cf $ Dlack, rf 6 Bowman. 2b 7 Maxwell, c 8 Isleliart, p S H. 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 R. 4 35 The British aces, H. W. (Bunny) Austin, and Fred Perry, won both of the opening singles matches in tne European zone final, with Czechoslovakia yesterday. Austin whipped Roderick. Menzel after a ion s struggle, 3-6, 6-2, 6-8, C-3, 6-3, and Perry defeated Ladislaus Hecht 0-1, S-6, 6-3. A victory in the doubles today automatically would tUnch the series for great Britain and earn for them the right to meet the United States in the in- terzone finals at Paris July 17, 18 ind 19. New Shake-Up In Cub Outfield Chicago, July 10 (IP).--Another shake-up in the Cu-b outfield appear certain today with the recalling of "Vincent Barton, fleet footed outfielder of the Los Angeles club. Barton, purchased by tbe Cube last spring from Baltimore and then turned over to Los Angeles, was recalled last night and outfielder Johnny Mooro turned over to the Angels. Managers Rogers Hornsby of the Cubs intimated he.would use Barton in left field, Cuyler in right and alternate between Danny Taylor and Hack Wilson in center. Wilson's ankles are bothering him again while Riggs Stephenson, who has been slowing up iii the field, Team. Olympics .. Hi-Twelve ... II. M. C. Stevenson, If. Leshner, 2b. .. Poyiiter, cf. .. Maier, 3b Geckler, c. ... Meyers, ss. Bertman, rf. . Tulley, Ib. ..-. Brown, p Totals Groi'rrs. Manche, cf. .. A. Berkey, c. . Stitzel, If Harrlss, ss. .. 71 3V c By luiilllKX 1 2 3 4 5 G 7 S 3 0 0 7 4 3 1 0 4 4 5--37 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 -- 4 AB. . 6 . 6 . G . 6 . 3 ..3 . 5 47 14 AB. R. . 5 I '. D 0 . 5 3 ... 21). Stitsinger, 3b. J. Berkey, Ib. Raney, rf. 4 Finley Gelispe Herold Team, firocers , B. M. C. Golf's Greatest Titles Were Lost On Green--Grove Lindstrom Hurt Is Latest Blow To Gotham Club 4 ;.-... o 2 · 43 10 18 j By IniiiHK.1 1 2 3 4 5 S 7 8 D 0 4 1 3 0 0 0 0 2--10 0 1 2 0 1 3 4 3 3C--14 Bonar, ss M. Samuels, Ib. ... S. Spoerl.'rf Schalk, p P. Sanders, 2b Cook, 3b Erbs, If ·\Vinterhalter, c. ... A. Spoerl, c Totals C lomvenlth. Wadsworth, ss Garver, 2b Cornell, If Bard, cf Isseman, Sb Johnson, Ib Bauer, c Chemerys, rf AB. . 5 . 6 . C . 5 . 5 . 5 , 4 . 5 . 5 HOLO5 HIS. THt UfT The power of the put seems to be the deciding factor in our national and international golf meets. Tomriy Artnour took possession of the British Open title on the last green with nn IS-foot curving putt. Now it is Von Elm who lengthened the battle for the United States national open with two putts to keep him in the running. Von Elm's two putts to tie were as important as the two ho missed, back early in the running, for wins. Great putters and the ability to 'recover from the deep rough or traps are champion golfers. Bobby Jones, the greatest of putt e"! 1 , is in turn the greatest of golf- '·ii!. When they are dropping he is scoring. In the national open at Columbia country club, back in 1921, Bobby Jones took a 77 for one round. In that round he had eight three-pnti greens. , With only two putts to a green he could have had an easy 69 tha 1 early in such an event as a nationa Spen. It was nftcr this round tha ~ .'"ones began to realize the impor L taLCe of tho putt to winninj tional and international titles. His form today is a result o. that long and hard study to beat his opponent, and score on the Any one of the first 10 players in the recent national \open will tell you he lost Lis chances for tbe national title on tho greens, the direct result of bad putting. It has been proven time and arjain that the longest drivers in the world are helpless to win if the ball is not dropping, or even com- nig close to the cup. 46 .16 AB. K. . 7 3 . 6 3 . 5 3 . 7 2 . 7 0 . 5 0 . 4 2 . ,4 2 17 26 Mrs. 0. S. Hill won the title as well as the medal in the Women's tourney, Fia:ht Results Newark, N. J, -- Ruby Goldstein, New York, knocked out D»nny Cgoaty. TrwUn. tt, 4. (JA. North Randall Nags Favored Cleveland, '0., July 10.--(/P)-- ^avoritre in the Grand Circui' races at North Randall today were )ick Reynolds in the IS trot; J. E. Vonian in the 3-year-old pace; Hollyrood Chief in the handicap xot, and Hollyrood Yolo, Joe D.'l- on and Joe Lewis in the claiming pace. Calumet Adam won the handicap lace, the feature event of the races i-csterday, Inking the last two heats hnndily in 2:07 1-5 and 2:04 4-5 respectively. Tho 2:20 pace went to Hollyrood Kn : ght, the 2:13 trot to Young Senator, and the 3-ycar-old trot to Dimity. ' , , - Vcan Gregg, left-hander, who in 1909 registered 368 strikeouts in 387 innings with Spokane in the Pacific Const league, still is pitching. He works for Hoquiam, Wash., in the Timber league. Fuss Saundcrs, captain of the 1929 University of Southern California grid team, has announced he will play professional football next season with the Grecu Bay (Wis.) Packers. Ace Hudkins, who recently made his debut as a heavyweight with a victory over King Icvinsky at Chi- cngo, started his ring career in 1925 Team. Spoerl's Commonwealth 50 Ily InningM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 9 0 1 1 6 4 0 2 1 1--'Ifl 1 0 2 0 6 3 3 0 2--17 R. H. Central Motors. ,· AB- Art Fiehrer, 3b a George, 2b. 6 Wekeman, ss 6 Cahill. Ib. 5 Al. Piiehrer, cf o Fisher, if. ° Gorsuch, rf * ° Brandner, c ? Kurry, p ° Totals Post Office. Plapp, Ib. ... Cameron, 3b. Keller, If Hoehn, p I Denning, c. .. 1 Wear, ss Moore, 2b. ... Shelhouse, cf, Burnett, rf. .. Betcher, rf. .. ie«J SJIT TO me RAwMifrCAmpmT SPPj»JfrOPI930 MO MADE Sd«S REMARKS ABaor THE TfcACK, AFTER. A SU STAKT flW SWWSr 31 47 18 AB. R. . 4 0 YESTERDAY'S 11ESU1.T3U National League (First Game.) St. Louis 3--Cincinnati 1. (Second Game.) St. Louis 9--Cincinnati 1. Pittsburgh 4--Chicago 2. New York 9^-Philadelphla 3. . Brooklyn --Boston 2. Anierlrnn Lrairue Chicago 3--Cleveland 0. Detroit 11--St. Louis 7. New York 9--Philadelphia 4. AVashington 14--Boston ]. American Association Minneapolis 12--Toledo 2. Columbus 10--St. Paul 4. (First Game.)' Louisville 11--Kansas City 3. (Second Game.) Louisville 6--Kansas City E. Indianapolis G--Milwaukee 2. Hendrick Drops In Batting Race Prem ) Harvey Hendrick, veteran slugger o£ the Cincinnati Reds, had a disastrous day in yesterday's doubleheader against the St. Louis Cardinals, failing to hit safely in eight attempts. -A*$ a result, the long-time leader of the National league lost 13 percentage points and dropped to thirl place in the circuit with a mark of .352. By making two hits in four tries against the Athletics, Babe Ruth, of the Yankees, clung to his lead over the field. The leaders: G. AB. R. H. Pet. Ruth, Yankees -.66 235 68 92 .392 Morgan, Indians 63 209 43 81 .383 Webb, Red Sox 71 275 55 103 .375 Davis, Phillies ..OS 216 IS 79 .300 Klein, Phillies . .76 305 72 110 .361 Hendricks, Reds 61 233 33 82 .352 By 'GAYLE TALBOT, JR.. (Associated Tress Sports Writer) Things are not looking so bright For John McGraw's New York Giants, despite the fact they have managed to cling to second place in the National league by a few percentage points. Misfortune has dealt the- polo grounders a sjbries of body blows lately, just when the fighting appears to be getting good. The latest jolt to the team's pen-, nant hopes camo yesterday, when Freddio Lindstrom, who rapidly was ', proving himself as great a right : fielder as he was a third baseman in other years, broke a small bone in ' his left instep. Prospects are he will be out for three weeks or a. month. Hughio Critz, the club's rcirular second baseman, has been on the bench for several weeks. , Braves Cop Again Before he was carried from the field yesterday Lindstrom had hit a home run and "a single to start tho Giants n their way toward a 9 to 3 victory over the Phils. The wiu · could not have come .at a better time, as the boisterous Brooklyn Robins \ were taking the Boston Braves, 6 to 2, behind Watson Clark's fine pitching. The Giants still had a three point lead over their rivals for second place today. Notwithstanding their victories,' both clubs lost ground in their pursuit of the Cardinals, who racked, down on the Cincinnati Reds twice, 3 to 1 and 9 to 1. The Pittsburgh Pirates continued to be tough on their homo grounds, making it two straight over the am-|| bitious Chicago Cubs, 4 to 2. It wasj^ their sixth victory in seven starts. '^ Pick Up On A's Washington managed to pick up a full game on the Athletics by slaughtering the Boston Red Sox, 14 to 1, while the leaders were losing their opener by Yankee stadium 9 to 4. Joe Cronin, brilliant Senator shortstop, pounded a pair of Boston pitchers for a home run and two singles, driving in six runs. 'Lefty" Gomez, slender Yankee southpaw, turned in his second straight victory over the champion Athletics, allowing Connie Mr.ek's . sluggers only three hits in the first seven innings. Lou Gchrig featured tho winners' attack with his twenty- first home run and a double, driving in five scores. TWo members of the University of Pennsylvania's mound staff for tho past season made their major league debuts during tho afternoon. Al Masters pitched the ninth inning for Washington and allowed only one 1 hit. while Big Jim his former teammate,' Peterson, twirled a hit- 1 . less inning for the Athletics. Vic Frasier pitched airtight ball n the pinches to give the Chicago. 1 Vhite Sox a 3 to 0 victory over the Cleveland Indians. Frasier left 14. Indians stranded. The Detroit Tig-, ifs fell upon three St. Louis pitch--, ers for 15 hits and an 11 to 7 ; riumph. Totals ... Score Bj- InnlnffK Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Central Motors 0 2 0 1 0 3 1 4 7-1S Post Office .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 YANKS POOR AT EXTRA "WORK New York (ff).--If it's true that a ball club with class wins extra inning games, it is not hard to understand why tho New York Yankees are being left in the American league pennant race. In the first six overtime games the club has played this season, the best it could get was one tie. All others went in the lost column.^ ANOTHER FLYNN HOHTS New Orleans, La. (/P).--Roger Flynn of Tampa, Fla., brother of Eddie. Flynn who won the world's amateur welterweight crown in New York, and of Dennis Flynn who was runner-up in the last national championships held in New Yorkvis to enter Loyola university this fall. Roger, who is 17 and who weighs 135, is as-good as Eddie, theii father stye. League Leaders ( A««oclated PreftS (Including sjames of July 6). American I.engiic Batting--Ruth, Yankees, .392. Mor- Ban. Indians, .388. Runs--Gehrlg, Yankees, 74. Runs Batted In--GehriB, Yankees, S3. Hits--Haas, Athletics, 112; Simmons, Athletics, 111. Doubles--"Webb, Red Sox, 37. Triples--Cronin, Senators; Reynolds, White Sox, Simmons, Athletics, 9. Home Buns -- Ruth and Gehrigr, Yankees, 21. stolen Bases--Chapman, Yankees, 31 Pitching-- Grove, Athletics, won 17, lost 2. Xfitlonnl Lenirne Batting -- D a v i s , Phillies, Klein, Phillies, .361. Runs--Klein, Phillies, 72. Runs Batted In--Klein, Phillies, ' Hits--Klein, Phillies, 110. Doubles--Bartell, Phillies, 2S. Triples--Watkins, Cardinals, Terry, Giants, 9. Home Runs--Klein, Phillies, 21. Stole.n Bases--Comoroaky, Pirates, 11; Cuyler, Cubs, 10. Pitching--Watt, Phillies, 'Morrell, 10; Giants, won 4, . The Redding law which legalized boxing in Wisconsin has been in existence 18 yc»rs. Plans are under way for a $10,000, £cnsas City open golf tourney next, ·rar. It's good for your health. The pure, healthful harley and Prime Hops make it BO. Try it. UNION MADE. For Cooking and Baking. THE FOSS-SCHNEIDER CO., Inc. CINCINNATI, O. .Hai.r. »/ Mile rfoiacu lor 10 V~-»