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Max and Kenneth bray mentioned in league - unsure what its referencing.

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1935 unknown - Tom Jackson Takes Mound In Attempt To Shackle...
Tom Jackson Takes Mound In Attempt To Shackle Leaders Timps Hope To Shatter Long Winning Streak of Heavy-hitting Gemmell Club- men; Outhit Clubmen Last Time MRS. ROMNEY WINS JUNE LEG To McLemore Gemmell club, the Industrial league team that has smashed through all opposition this season •without a single defeat, is in the position of favorite Sunday in a game with the Provo Timps at the local orchard. The game starts at 2:30. In spite of the amazing record of the Gemmells, however, the Provo club is not admitting a until the last man js out --- —-> fact fact may spring a surprise I Halverson Mrs. G. O. Romney won the June leg of the Director's cup a and 2 finals on the Bingham outfit. Its a cinch the clubmen can't go on forever without taking a beating from someone, and the embattled Timps are determined that the big upset is going to occur right in the Provo ball yard. Jackson to Pitch— match. It was a well played contest contest and brougat out some of the best golf of the tourney. In the May leg of the tourney Mrs. George' D. Ramsey was victorious. victorious. Mrs. Romney went to the finals by winning from Mrs. Andrew Broadus, 3 and 2, in the semi- 1 finals, and Mrs. Halverson won lately, will be on the mound for the Provo club Sunday, Manager Otto Birk has announced. A week ago Wednesday, when GemmelJ defeated Provo 5 to 1, Lefty Cole held the clubmen hitless hitless after the fourth inning when he relieved Clyde Greenwell. He relieved Clyde Greenwell. The Timps outhit the Gemmells 7 to 4 on that occasion, but a former former member of their own club proved the winning factor, when All Kastellic blasted out a double with three men on. Encouraged by the fine showing showing in this game, the Timps are going out with the idea of breaking breaking down that perfect record. Whoever wins, it should be a whale of a ball game. Commercial Roster Art American Shoe Pcnrod, Cloyd Penrod, Eugene Olson, Max Bray, Elmer Cole, Joe Boswell, Bob Draper, Tip Johnson, Bill Carrick, Ray Aston, Aston, Ray Lewis, Verl Penrod, Vic Norman, Kenneth Bray, Jimmie Strong. Bob's Billiards Ed. Ward, E. Hansen, Dick Boshard, Boshard, Jr., Ross Kay, June Bell, Dick Boshard Sr., Vernie Peterson, Ed Crane, Fred Boswell, Mick Collins, Ray Johnson, Paul Cochran, Cochran, Ernest Hendrickson, Jim Thurgood. Domico. Lewis, Lee Crawford. Steel Plant No. 2 R. S. Hatton, William Ward, . H. Hanseen, Leo W. Scott, Ralph Morgan, George Kimber, M. E -| A11 .^Hammond, Glen Bailey, Jim, ^nen Grover, H. E. Nixon, R. E. Herbert, Earl Johnson, H. C. Kay, Andy' Anderson and Roy Mott. State Hospital Claude Larson. Udall Pace, Erron Erron Farr, L- W. Warr, Ernest Cas- from Mrs. Jesse N. Ellertson by a similar score in the semi-finals. Women golfers will conduct the regular Ladies' day contest Tuesday Tuesday morning, starting at 8:30. A prize will be given the winner. Recreation Recreation Roster Columbia Steel Ace Johnson, Arch Kay, Elmer Clarkston, Wells Hoover, B. Crandall, Crandall, Ralph Kitchen, Bill Bulow, Gene Roylance, Jack Littlefield, Bud King, Mac McFadden, Lee Johnson, Bill Snow, Bill Wilkms, Nello Westover. Royal Bakers F. S. Hedquist, Earl Peay, Roy Nelson, Leonard Leetham, Lawrence Lawrence Peay, Golden Smith, C. Vincent, Vincent, James Smith, Russell Wilkins, Wilkins, Reed Clegg, Joe Harr, Elmo Castleberry, June Buchanan, Boyd Jolley, Verl Vincent. Leven's Verl E. Van Wagenen, J. B. Leyshon, Fred Nelson,' Ferron Losee, Meredith Wilson, T. Hettig, Mark Eggertsen, Marion Olsen, Wally Boswell, Reed Colvin, Wayne Millet, Dav§ Crowton, Don Dixon, Paul Hendrickson, Floyd Millet. Brarishaw Auto Parts Alma Nicol, Lloyd Affleck, Walt Skinner, Lynn Brown, Frank Stagg, Arland Olsen, Wes Carter, Louis Hansen, Willis Daniels, Arland Arland Pope, Cliff Sorenson, Gordon Mitchell, Keith Duffin, Floyd Horton, Horton, Alva Nicol. Manager, Jess United don't I am I'd for championship. the Baer's remarkably and up 'cross I bank black feet lazily the Not In ed I and with tine Baer. heard spoke I Fisher Beer , - . , per, Fred Brown, Samuel Snow, Ervin Brailsford, Morgan Anderson, Anderson, Nat Taggart, Percy Thatcher, Farrel Liljenquist, Wiford Williams. Williams. Ray Calderwood, Reed Workman, Lewis Norman. Thomas Grocery Heber J. Done, Bert Weight, Fred Farmer, Virgil Kirkwood, Charles Fletcher, John Stagg, Bill , Wilson, Albert Olsen, Joy Nielsen, Floyd Giles, Russell Olsen, Rex "• Griffiths, Howard Dyer, C. Williams. Williams. Sears-Roebuck Rulson B. Hanson, Terry Oakley, E. A. Coon, V. S. Nelson, Elils Peay, A. Morgan, C. F. Peterson, C. M. Olsen, G. Norman, D. R. Goodman, D. Halladay, Tom Nut- tan, W. McDonald, 'Earl. Snow, ' Dale Jones, Fred Harding. Provo Herald. Kay Hinckley, Bob Halladay, Orvil Howe. Clifford Kemp, Jack Sumner, Jean Paulson, Daryl Huish, Sherman Nelson, Bill Clark. Clarence Johnson, Orlisp Anderson, Anderson, Elmo Croft, Wesley Bray, Harry Halladay. Duwayne Peterson, Peterson, Carlyle Dahlquist. Bud Elliott, Lester Moore. Bond Denhalter, E. Carter, Verl Elliott, Johnson, Eldred Peters, d, Reed Jones, Jake ,_„„. „ , McFadden, George Adams, Lynn Smart, Lob Mortensen, Mortensen, Charles Elliott. Pipe Plant Max Bills, Doug Bills, W. Eggertsen, Eggertsen, Frank Crammer, Steve Miller, Kenneth Martin, Ardeen Van Leuven, Leonard Johnson, Ralph Peters, Cletus Anderson, Goldie Van Patten, Mark Brown, Eldred Anderson, Fred Giles, Leonard Giles. Sunshine Cafe Raymond Johnson, Elmo Martin, LaVere Shurtliff, Bus Overly, Clyde Jones, LaVar Kump, Donald Pe'ay, Jerry Manson, Chet Wright, Bill Wright, Fred Hansen, Cliff Bailey, Don Overly, Gene Nelson. Andy King, manager. King's Wreckage Lyman Carter, Abie Jones, Leonard Leonard Carter, Royal Gay, Oliver Clark, Floyd Carter, Alton Jones, Ne dKing, Elmer Carter, Earl Carter, Dave Nelson, Clarence climate, and was of hot the this quintuplets. a but one Union Bus Depot We have secured office space in the Salt Lake & Utah R. R. Depot, 95 West Center Street, and will be located here after June 30, 1935. Phone 310-W. "UNION PACIFIC STAGES and connecting carriers. Jess Scoville, Agent, Provo, Ut. Tucker, Thomas, Marsh. Monte Hoover, Jack Verl Fisher, Robert Midget League Standing MIDGET LEAGUE W. L. Pet Third 4 0 1.000 Fifth 4 0 1.000 Bonneville 2..2...500 First 1 3 Sixth 1 3 Fourth 0 4 Friday's Results Sixth 10, First 4. Fifth 12, Bonneville 11. Third 16, Fourth 10. Third and Fifth wards remain tied at the top of the Midget league standing with four wins each and no losses, Third ward downed Fourth Friday, "16-10, and Fifth edged out Bonneville, 12-11. In the other game Sixth ward broke into the win column with a 10-4 victory over First ward. .250 .000

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  1. The Daily Herald,
  2. 16 Jun 1935, Sun,
  3. Page 6

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  • 1935 unknown — Max and Kenneth bray mentioned in league - unsure what its referencing.

    gillenbran – 06 Dec 2012

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