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THE ENQUIRER, CINCINNATI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1936 Boston Sweeps Card Series Cubs Annex Hill Battle 12 I Idle first -place Giants and in a arc LITTLE ROY Hands Phils Shutout. HEART-BREAKER Dropped By Parmelee, clubs, give the Giants a wide lead and then kick them out of the picture when we get 'em back home,, t growls Casey. So far, Casey's crew looks like it is going to mop up on the Western clubs, anyway . . . when Gabby Hartnett of the Cuba finishes this season, it'll be the eleventh 1 that has seen him catch 100 games or better ... a real iron man record for backstopping. Charley Gehringer, Detroit's old faithful, apparently will be the only batter to get 200 hits or more for the seasons of 1935 and '36. The batting average probably is the highest for any major league freshman in history, although Sunny Jim Bottomley batted .371 over his first full season with the Cardinals in 1923. For 37 games in 1922 Jim batted .325. So elated are the Yankee bosses that they are reported to be offering some good farm help to the Giants at a stiff price. The Yanks have played twin bills on four straight Sundays. Also Ran Tales Wonder how Ben Chapman, Leroy Parmelee and Johnny Allen, ex Yanks and Giants, feel? Casey Stengel says his Dodgers will burst the Giant bubble. "We'll mop up on the Western ed the fine and bonus system cf (2 last month after the Cubs had beaten the Giants, 1 to 0, figures he has lost $300 so far. Under the system, each player pays Bill $2 when he fails to drive a runner in fr6m third with less than two out, fails to move up a man with a sacrifice when needed, or when he hits into a double play. He gets $2 from Bill when he drives in a run. Terry says he wishes he were behind $3,000 instead of $300. Hub-bell has won 10 games by one run this season, to duplicate his "close-one" record of 1933. He hasn't been beaten since July 13, when he gave the Cubs two hits, got whipped 1 to 0, and Terry installed tbe fine-bonus plan. Yankee Tales Joe DIMaggio, now hitting .340, has definitely proved he can "take it." After his bad day in the all-star game at Boston, Joe slumped a bit for a few games and then came back stronger than ever. His first year Home Kun Slam! in;' (BY THK AHhOdATl II PKt.MS) YKSTEUOAY'S HOMERS. Trosky, Indiana 1 Averill, Indians 1 Chapman, Senators 1 Foxx, Red Sox 1 Hemsley, Browns 1 THE LEADERS. Gehrig, Yankees 40 Trosky, Indian 38 Foxx, lied Sox 35 Ott, Giants 7 DIMaggio, Yanks 23 Averill, Indians 22 Bergcr, Bees 22 Goalln, Tigers 22 LEAGUE TOTALS. American 640 National 500 Total 1,140 Probable Pilcliors New York, August 27 (A I') Probable pitchers In the major-league tomorrow: NATIONAL LKAGl K Brooklyn at Cincinnati (2) Frankhouse. and Jeff coat vs. Davis and Hchott. Philadelphia at St. Louis Passcau or Walter vs. Plppen. New York at Pittsburgh Smith vs. Hoyt. Boston at Chicago Cant well vs. Carleton. AMKRICAN. Detroit at New York (2) Wade and Sorrell vs. Ruffing and I lad ley. St. Louis at Boston (2) Caldwell and Knott or Van-natt vs. Marcuin and Oster-mueller. Chicago at Washington Whitehead or Lyons vs. Ap-pleton. (Only gamea scheduled.) NUDE SCALPS NEEDLESS NOW Todny there is no excuse for baldness. You can avoid it just at you can avoid most diseases which warn you of their approach. Hair ran be retained or regained by a proved method; by a series of scientific treatments which definitely rid your scalp of dand rest of last year's 200-hit collectors have slumped. ruff slop falling hair and re-grow hair. KECK S XERVAC Snliin is operated for gentlemen pxcliiaivrly. Consult a Keck expert today, without rharge or obligation, and learn precisely what your scalp needs. 10 Treatments $15 KECKS Xervac Salon Suite 529 Provident Bank Bldg. 7th and Vine CHerry 8591. American and Chinest Food. It E. 1th fit. Ground JWr. LUNCHES DINNERS Who Hurls No-Hit Tilt For Seven Innings. Cuccinello's Single, And Triple By Coscarart Decisive In Tenth MacFayden Aha Stars. fit. Louis, AuEtist 27-AP) Lc- roy (Tarzan) Parmelee, Cardinal hurler, was near fame today, but after pitching seven hltlrss Innings against the Bees weakened and Boston won In the tenth, 1 to 0. It was a pitchers' battle from the first inning, with the veteran, bespectacled Danny MacFayden of the Bees allowing only four safeties, no mora than one In any limine, and Parmalee, last year with the Giants, only three. The defeat the fifth straight for the Carda and Beaton' fourth victory in a row for a sweep of the erlea placed the men of Frankie Frlsch three gamea hack of the MOTION PICTUEI DIRECTORY Hold Over! Third Hi Wrk! ROBERT MONTGOMERY "PICCADILLY JIM" It Hl.Mtl.AMJ S Nr.W Mr:N;KI I t hit Mr. Itiitlrrwtirlh I'm Mrrkoi In "WE WKNT TO COU.r'.OK J Mill tft . :. Kia:l.lift Rnehelle Hudana In "I'OPl'Y" groaafvr-t Nowt Jinrn Ntawnrt Wenrlv Hwrrtr I In HI'IHl. Tomorrow: Bert Wheeler I R'lh-rt M notary. In "Mil HI I I I K.f' I OR a leisurely Mini Jnlep or -prompt a la carta ordera, try our Snark Bar. ('Inftnnatl'a nil ngog about our Wlnea and Uquora. For Steak or Chicken Dinner, dine in our new Terrara Room. Musical Strolhri lo entertain you. LUNCHEON DINNF.K ... 63c to $1.00 $1.50 FfcCROYZi MontfoiTH'ry Ptkp, Mnnt a ornery, O. NVrtunurs TZid F T N E W H E SPECIAL 55-75c EVE, 30-40c & SUN. Henshaw Shades Johnson For First Triumph Since July 2 Herman's Forty-Ninth Double Paves Way For Only Score. Chicago, August 27 (AP)-Wee Roy Henshaw, called in from bullpen exile, pitched the Cubs to their fifth straight win today, limiting the Phillies to six hits for a l-to-0 victory. It was Henshaw's first pitching triumph since July 2, and pulled the Cubs to within three games of the National League pace set by the idle Giants. The Cubs got to Syl Johnson for the game's only run in the fifth inning. Billy Herman led off with his forty-ninth two-bagger of the year, was sacrificed . to third by Frank Demaree, and came home on Stan Hack's long fly to canter field. Johnson was charged with the defeat, although giving way in the eighth to the ex-Cub, Fabian Ko-wallk. The Cubs collected nine hits allo-gcther, with Herman, Gabby Hart-nntt, and Billy Jurgcs setting the pace with a pair each. Although he held the Cubs score-, less in all but the fifth, Johnson was in hot water most of the way, particularly in the third, when the Cuba banged nut three straight hits with no outs, only to have the next three batters pop up in order. In the fourth, Hartnett and Jurges led off with singles, but again the threat was killed. rHlLADKl.PKIA I CHlCAiiO ABH.PO.A! AB.ll.PO.A Chlnras.cf nuiik.ir tWilann Moore. If Klaln.rf Csmllll.lh Whllnry.3 Norrla.2b Alwi.nd.c Oomai.aa Jnhnaon.p Wallar Ktwallk p 0! Allan. If 4 10 0 3 113 0i English, 3t 0 Herman. 2h 4 OiDemaraa.rf 3 0' Hark, lb 4 OlOalan.rf 4 Oj Hartnett. 0 3 3lJurgaa,a! 4 0; 'Icnshaw.p 4 2 5 7 1 2 0 1 12 1 0 2 0 2 2 1 2 3 0 0 2 I) 0 3 Totals 33 10 27 20 1 0 (I! 0 0 0! Totals .10 24 Si Bttted for Johnann In eighth Inning. Batted for Sulik in aighth. Tnningi. ... 1134Tllt Hnlartflphla. 00000000 00 Chicago 00001000 x 1 Krrnr Harman. Run Batted In Hack. Twn-Baaa Hlta Chtoaza, At wood. Harman. Ha.k. Rarrlflra Hit Pamaraa. Double Playa Har.-nan to Jurgaa lo Hack; Kng-llah to Herman to Hark; Jutkk to Herman to Haek. L'U on Baaoa Philadelphia 0. Ohlcaiio 11. Baaea on Balla Off Han-ahaw, 3. Struck Out By Johnaon, 2; by Hanahaw, 3. HUa Oil Johnaon. 9 In 7 li.iwim. off Konallk, 1 In 1 Inning. Hit by Pitcher- By Johnaon, KnRllah; by Kowalik. Har'nalt. liaing Pllcher Johnaon l'mpirra Barr, Balianfant, and Klam. Tima of flume 1:48. DODGER IS OUT. Pittsburgh, August 27 (AP) F.ddie Wilson, right fielder of the Dodgers, Is lost to the team for the season. Dr. Charles F. Berg said today an X-ray showed the player's skull had been fractured by a'fast ball pitched by Mace Brown of the Pirates In yesterday's game, MOTION PICTURE DIRECTORY mil 15c to i Alr-Ondttli 6 I ones' Cooled 'Gentleman From Louisiana" Cddia Uiilllan t hie Mala Added: "KOK.V TO GAMBLE" AMUSEMENTS. IMayers Object To Puerto Uico Continued From Preceding Page. against the best of Puerto Rican teams. Following this statement the sor-rell-topped and dynamio Redleg chief left for another swing around the minor league circuit in the interest of the Red farm system. He will go to Toronto, then to Jacksonville, Fla.; Cordele and Macon, Ga., and Nashville, Tenn. Mac-Phall plans to return horns next Wednesday. MacPhail Is planning on shipping in a flock of up-and-coming Red farmhands for Manager Dressen to give tho "once over" when the bars are lifted in the majors September 1, permitting teams to increase their rosters to 40 men. BIG BOOM Continued From Preceding Page. Koenig around. If he gets into the coming one, it'll be his fifth in 12 years. Babe Ruth holds the record with 10 in 22 years. Frank Frlsch has been in eight in 17 years. Dick Bartell and Sam Leslie have been hanging around for (elght seasons without getting onto one. Giant Tales Terry, who Instltut- AMUSEMENTS. A'fiTF During Angnit 4lta va- twt I a"eatlon month, CANTI.K FARM will ba open KRI., RAT. an4 UN., featuring nam attracUooa. KM., SAT. and S N. BENNY MEROFF AM) HIS ORCHESTRA IrVja- ' FLOOR SHOW . ADMISSION Frl. and Sun., 50c; Sat., 75c CASTLE FARM : a-ar KeiervmLlnni Ph. VA ISOT-lMia WVWbVarWWYWVWWVVVI Jimmy Brink Is Home Again to Greet All His Friends LOUIS PRIMA "KING OF SWING" AND ORCIL ill 3 Shows Nightly No ( ovar. Small mln. Rca. HF.mlork 111 Town's Beat nanea Band ft Floor Show Ciualng Nt Juraduy I lyde Traak paHBMBMMBBManal lond-place tie with the Chicago I "'.lbs. who won from the Phillies f:.' their fifth consecutive victory Al Ijoyiz KinRled In the eighth to break the spell the rugRcd Par-I melee seemed to hold over the Beea, But it was Joe Coararart'a tenth- Inning triple, scoring Tony Cucci- nello from second, that provided the winning margin. Lope never got farther than first base. TONY STARTS WIN. Cucclncllo singled through Puro- rher at short to start the tenth. Hal Iee sacrificed him to second. Then Coscarart walloped a blow to center field which bounded pant Chick Fullls, who had Just gone in to replace Lynn King, who gave way for plnch-hittlng Blp Collins In the ninth; Cucclncllo sped across the plate and Coscarart pulled up at third. The squeeze play was tried to get Coscarart home, but failed. The Cardinal then went down in order and the jubilant Bees, having risen to fifth place by the victory, rushed for the clubhouse. Johnny Mile's single in the second was the first hit of the game. Virgil Davis's double off the light-field screen In the fifth was the recond. Neither advanced. Errors by Parmelee snd Garibaldi allowed Rabbit Warstler to get to third and Eugene Moore to second In the seventh, but Warstler whs caught at the plate. Warntler was the first Boston man to reach find lm.4e. Davis got his second hit In the eighth, and Terry Moore, fleet- footed outfielder who has been out with Injuries, was sent In to run for him. But Moore ran only to second, where he was forced for the third out. After Stuart Martin singled In lh ninth Eugene Moore saved a possible score with a great running catch of Pepper Martin's line drive to fight center. "BOSTON. r ST.i.ofts AH.H.Po. A' AH H rO. A Warater.aa 4 K Moore, rf 3 Jnrrlan.lh 4 Iterger.rf 4 ('Ml'' 11(1. Xli 3 5 Klnn.rf 0 Kullla.rf OH .Msr'n. thou Mar n.rf 9 Meilwlrk.lt 0 Mire. In lifiavia.c O'Ogrnd'akl.e 1 jt'ur'her.aa I .en. If (Vim'rt.Ab 3 f) 4 1 l.ope,e 4 Macr'rn.p 3 t II iii.riii.il. 3t Tolali 3 3 30 lo.l'arm'lff .p T Moora (Collini Total! 0 3.1 4 30 7 Han for bavl. In eighth Inning. IBalttd for King In ninth inning. Inning! ,, I 1 ! t M T UH Bolton 0000000001-1 HI. I.OUII... 000000000 00 Krrnra Oarlhsldl, Fnrmrlla. Run! Ballad In I'oararart. Twn-Ilaaa HII Davla. Thraa-Baaa HltB-'iiararHrl. Saurlflra Hlta - T.ae. K. Uoora. I inutile Play Ouciinello In Waratler to Jorrlan. Ill on !'-.. H'latun. 4; St l.num, 4. Banal nn alalia- aann rmnrir i iwi rmiM MOTION PICTURE DIRECTORY ,JK0 luatix, IHOW ALL HURRY WE CAN'T "ANTHONY ADVERSE" CI won . hw ". - aasa . m aw a i - r 1 n II 7 .Mat5t ' Off MaiKavtlrn, 1: ntr Parmrler. 1. Blrurk Out - By Mai Kavrlen. 3; by Parmrlre, . Dmplraa- VulKlay, Magarkurlh, and Koran. Tima of ilHini 1 :M. BUCS COME FROM REAR To Win SerieTrinal With Dodgers Mungo Victim Again. Pittsburgh, August 27 (AP) The Pirates came from behind with a three-run rally In the eighth inning todny to pull out a 8-to-3 victory over the Dodgers their only win of the three-game series. Van Mungo ran Into his usual hard luck to lose tho decision, as his mates committed four errors, one of them starting off the Bucs' olghth-frame splurge. Big Jim Weaver whs the victor, nit hough he and Cy Wanton, who pitched tho ninth inning, were touched for 13 hits. Paul Waner's single with two out In the seventh drova in the tying run. In the eighth Pinch Hitter Red Lucas's grounder sent one tally across and Lloyd Waner's base hit shoved two more over. BRooKl.VW; T riTTSBtlluiii AR.H.PO.A! ABH.PO.A Jordan. 2h 4 3 3 a L..Wanr,c( 5360 Connay.it 4 3 1 0)naan.lt 4 110 Hnrd'y.an 2 a 0 oP Wanar.rr 3 3 11 HKMetl.lt, 4 1 10 0 Vauiihrn.aa 3 110 l'hlia.c 4 1 3 1 Hiihr.lb 4 1 ft '1 Itadtks 0 0 0 oiH'nakar 3b 4 112 HrrrB,o 0 0 1 OjYouug.lh It 2 S 3 Watkina.lf 4 1 li l Tndd, 4 0 1 if Fray.au 3 0 0 S'Wesvar.p 3 0 0 4 Monrp.rf 4 3 2 Oll.uraa 1 0 0 0 1Rutrbr 0 0 0 0 Rlanton.p A 0 0 0 Munko.p 3 1 0 3j 1 at rij.p 1 0 0 01 Total! 33 10 37 14 1 Total! M 13 a10 Ita'nTSr Phalna lit aiihfti ' fhning! iRaii for Mmira In ninth Inning. IHiittad tor Mung.i In ninth Inning. IBatted lur Waavar in alghlb. inning. Innlnga lJ34fi7S9 Brooklyn 10002000 03 nttmiuiKh, .... 00101013 x-8 Krrora Jnrrtan, Rordaparay. Todd, Vrtv, Watklna. Runa BaltM In Haanelt il, Suhr, P. Waaar, Luiaa. I. Wanrr j Two-Bnaa HM Ynnng. Saorlfleaa Bordauaray. Toonay, Jordan, Jensen. Doulila Playa -Watkih! to Phplpa; Hnfliteu, uuaaiiititpii : Bruliakar lo Younc to Suhr Left on Baara - Brooklyn, S: Pltlahursh, . Bane on Balla Off Munso. 4: off W'aayfr. 2. smirk Out - Bv Waavfr. l; by Munso, 3 Hlla Off Waavar. 11 In I Innlnta. off Blanlon, 2 In 1 Inning paaard Ball - Phalpa. W'lniitiii Pllrhar Waavar. Umpiraa Pflr-sian and Uoria. Tima of flama2:08. homejaWs! ContiiiueHl Prom Preceding Page. restaurants theatera, and baseball clubs until the Manhattan arrives. In addition to Dempsey, others In the welcoming party include H. Stnnley Howe, the Mayor's Secretary; General John J. Phelan, Chairman of the New York State Boxing Commission, and Judge Murray A. Hulbert, former President of the A. A. U. The basket ball game between members of the championship Olympic team, originally scheduled to be played at the Hippodrome tomorrow night, has been postponed until Monday night. Aboard the S. S. President Roosevelt, En Route New oYrk, August 27-(AP) The majority of the American Olympic cxpenditionary force, comprising 139 nthletec, officials and coaches, arrive home tomorrow night hopeful that the welcoming ceremonies, if any, will be brief. Athletes, roaches and officials are anxious to reach home quickly. The holder of the biggest trophy on board Is Louis Laurie of Cleveland, who placed third in the flyweight boxing division. He is bringing home the massive "Val Barker cup," donated by a veteran British fistic patron for the most scientific performance by any boxer In any class In Olympic competition. Sam Stoller of Cincinnati, whose eleventh-hour omission from the 400-meter relay team stirred up con troversy, hss changed hla mind about retiring and will return to the University of Michigan. "If Owens is out of the Big Ten picture, I might have a chance to win the sprint title after chasing Jessie throughout hli career, except In one schoolboy race," Stoller said. MOTION PICTURE DIRECTORY f tX WJ VC f I XIEAIDN Free CONEY ISLAND Cnldrn Annirertmy Treat (,'rrry Nit at 8:15 Sol. at 8:30 FRIDAY (First Nighters' Nite) 'til SEPT. 6 ?y' Streaking the sky with fy r -S " thrills and your face with ' f4 I "y I P' tears! . . .The first mag. yK nificent human story be- f -- C hind America's daring ''JyV V JOS j AyW relentlessly on yy through sensational y N. scene after scene of flying . feats that defy death . .and : y :;: moments of love and sacri-' K x fice that defy description! From the Producers, Author and ' "T. y' Star of "Ctlling Zero" with "'"""''J PAT O'BIDIIKI rSaS?" a-"' saws M ALICE FAYEi-4f ROSS ALEXANDER BEVERLY ROBERTS HUMPHREY BOGART MARIE WILSON Joseph Crehart Joseph King Addison Richards Directed by Raymond Enright A First National Picture . - "V -aaam m THE FILM SENSA r u - m a OF THE CENTURY. I 11 - now! KEITH'S FREE -Every AHernoon al 4 'F','V.';l, COIIEY'S CLOWII ELEPHANTS Troupe of S Clever Circus Performers ESDERGER'S B AND a-"7T 7is Oancers. Attention! TIT) HP TaTTlCCaY and His Kaaaels Keg. Saturday 1 MIka9Mit in the Air. SEATS 40c UNTIL 6 P M. 4 Ml GaaW. Mtfr HOLD IT FOREVER IS NEXT ON THE LIST.' I

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