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 - LOU GEHRIG NOW TOPS "BIG EIGHT" day who the...
LOU GEHRIG NOW TOPS "BIG EIGHT" day who the Yankees' First Sacker and Paul' Waner Replace Collins and Kelly. NEW YORK, July 17.--(By Associated Associated Press.) Lou Gehrlg, Yankee first baseman, and Paul Waner, Pittsburgh batting star, have been lined up with baseball'! "big eight," Columbia Lou Jumping Into batting leadership at the outset with an average of .394. Gehrig and Waner have replaced Eddie Eddie Collins and 'Long George Kelly In the ranks. Connie Mack has been using Collins sparingly In the Athletics lineup, lineup, utilizing Eddie's baseball knowledge knowledge In directing tbe club from the bench. Kelly, who underwent an operation operation early In the season, remains out of active duty. Trig Speaker put over a great week to Increase hie percentage to .357. which likewise was Frank Frlsch'i mark. The standing, Including today's games, follows: Gehrig, Yankee*, P. Waner, Pirates, Ruth, Yankees, Speaker, Senators, Frlsch, Cardinals, Cobb, Athletics, Horniby, Giants, Roush, Giants, G. AB. 88 340 79 327 84 298 82 311 84 347 75 273 87 320 82 343 R. H. 92 134 70 126 90 108 49 111 68 124 63 97 76 110 54 106 AV. .394 .385 .362 .375 ,357 .355 .344 .300 DORGAN FANS 17'' BUT IS DEFEATEP St. Charles Nine Loses3tod Despite Dorgan's Sensational Sensational Hurling. ' Ike Dorgan pitched a beart-brtakinf game yesterday afternool agelnst the White Eagles. Pitching 7 tor the BW Charles combine, he struck out 17 but lost the game, 3 to 0. when White Eagles put to good use the seven hit* that Dorgan allowed them the two St. Charles errors. Dunn hurl, ed a great game toe the White Eagles, allowing only three hits and no runs. The Mohicans defeated the Sokol. Rosebuds. 3 to 1. They collected three runs In the first inning of Johnny August's pitching to put the gam* the Ice. The Sokols made their only tally In the eighth frame. The scores: St. Charles 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 White Eagles .. 0 0 0 1 0 Dorgan and Snooks; Dunn and Burnett. Burnett. THREE RECORDS FALL IN WATER CARNIVlU MASSAPEQUA, N. Y., July 17--(AP) Three record-breaking performance* marked the Blltmore Shores YactiD club's water carnival today, Miss Afnea Geraghty of the women's swimming socl»tlon; George Kojac of the Boy** EXCHANGE July 8.--(By Associated Foreign exchanges steady. Quotations cents): Britain 485 3-16; cables 485 bills on banks 481 1-4. Demand 3.91 3-8; cables 3.91 Demand 5.44 1-4: cables S.44 13.89 1-2. 23.69 40.03 1-4. 25.84. 2«.76 «-2. 26.70 1-2. 19.24 1-2. 5.04. 11.20. 2.96 1-4. 1.76. 14.08. .63 1-2. 42.50. 1-4. 62.50. 99.84 3-8. SHIPPING Arrived, New York. July 8, from Washington. New Voric. July NEW YORK. July 8 ^ ( B y AwoeUt^lF- J Press) Copper firm: electrolytic, IpMi'.. *" 12.50; futures 13.62 1-2. ' Tin irregular; spot and ne»rby M.tt 1-2; September 63.37 1-2. . Iron steady: No. 2. rob. Eastern P«m» ·ylvanla 20.80 to 21.00. No. 2, fob. 1 " falo 17.00 to 17.50. Bo. 2, fob /" " 18.00. Lead quiet; spot 6.20. Zinc iteady; Bast St. Louis, spot futures 6.20. Antimony spot 11.87 1-2. COTOH NEW YORK, July 8.--JBy Asuoclat- ed Press.) Cotton futures closed «tn4jr r 7 to 11 higher. July 16.90 a 16.91. ' October W.15 a 17.19. , December 17.38 a 17.38. January 17.42 a 17.43. March 17.63 a 17.64. Spot, quiet: middling 17.15. Report nf the Condition of THE ITALIAN CREDIT A8SOCIA* TIOX IXDCSTRIATi BANK At On- dosp of iraslncnt on the ! lnj- of Jnnr 1927. ASSKTS Loanf and Discounts,. J I T S 49} M. ' FurnUure and Kquip-

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  1. The Bridgeport Telegram,
  2. 18 Jul 1927, Mon,
  3. Page 9

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