Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on January 16, 1934 · Page 20
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B OAKLAND TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, JANUARY. 16, 1934 20 T THE NEUTRAL BY ALAN WARD 4 Leo Leavitt has quit manag-1 ing fighters o manage a gymna-; 8i um. - -' The former Easterner, who has settled in San Francisco and later plans to move to this side of the bay, today assumed the management of Joe Herman's new Lakeside conditioning headquarters , on Twelfth Street His duties will consist not dhly of making certain that the gym is operating smoothly, but of glad-handing as well. Both i Herman and Leavitt know the ' value of thij "public relations" angle. For years Leavitt was one of the bast known handlers of fighters m the country. Long before he came West witn King rut ne enioyea a local retmtation. He's been in charge of Johnny Pena, Frankie Muskie and a flock of others. At one time he was an advance man for Jack Dempsey and has assisted in the conditioning or booking of several champions. Still a young man, Leavitt has been in the game for 17 years. He started as a youth Just out of high school, v Leavitt has faith in the pugilistic possibilities of the Eastbay. Properly ' handled, he said and he is certain that Promoter Ora Forman will not muff the setup this com- ; munlty can develop into one of the finest fight-centers in the country. He's been 'over, the entire country and believes he knows whereof he. (peaks. - Leavitt will be much in evidence t the gymnasium's premiere Thursday night, 6 tt O AN attendance that will prove a high mark' for future 1 . . -4 1 1 1 . s ed for the title wrestlinc match .between Jim Browning, crown wearer, and Dr. 'Freddy Meyer next Monday night. Already the advance sale is larger than anticipated, and a near aell-out Is Indicated. A good half of the audienoe no. doubt will be there to see Dr., Freddy Meyer licked. . Meyer) the "best disliked" man in local grappling, baa been a consistent winner to the dlspleaa ore of the fans, and tbey see in the champion a certain stumbling block. The mat show has been advanced from Its customary Friday night to Monday, due to an auto show boldlng forth at tbe Auditorium this week. .;.; 0 o a SEE by the State Athletic Commisson's bulletin that Gerard De Clera. San Fran cisco light heavyweight, has signed for flva years with Frank "Hippo" Burns. That means that Gerard, a good amateur, is turning profes-lional. Although Gerard was knocked bow-legged in a round by Frank Hammer, of Oakland, in a recent San Francisco tournament, it ididn't particularly detract from his aouuy. , nainer, it 1 inoweu uiai Hammer was an unusually good prospect. We've Seen De Clerq In a. number of amateur sessions and be displayed -plenty of boxing and bitting ability. o a r Riatrdo Santo, declared the only Filipino heavyweight wreitler extant, has recovered from his eye .'; trouble -and U back in the mat wart. He it stated to "tangle with Ole Anderson at thi "Dreamland grappling thou tonight, O . 0 HOT "dog and a couple of zig-gitties! You should catch a load of "Pyclone" Dave Johnson, one of the mainstays of Oakland's mat brotherhood, all togged out in double breasted suit, spats and hard hat, Dave, nonchalantly puffing on an elongated cheroot, rolled into and out' of Duffy's Gymnasium yesterday and left a flock of goggle-eyed patrons in his wake. Ha was the last word in sartoTial elegance, and proved that he's a . cerious threat in the "what-the .well dressed - wrestler - wUl-wear" elimination contest. . Jack jGanson and Pete Tripbdps were dividing honors until the "Cyclone" breezed long. ABEL FERRERIA, Oakland lightweight southpaw, who punctuaird his come-back to the local, ring by knocking out, Larry Blakeler In three rounds last week, will abandon the role of bachelor. The " bride-elect is . Miss Emily Goveia, of 1226 Eighty-first. Street, thin city. The ceremony Is set for January 20 at the One Hundredth Avenue Church, Elmhumt. Ferrerla, nephew of Joe Ferrerla, owner - of the Yosemlte Gymnasium, al- ways an Oakland card by reason of bis hitting prowess, proved he has lost none of his punch when he laid Blakely flat as a door -. mat. ' . ' ' O 6 A CARD from Jack Beasley at J-X Holbrook, Arizona, proved that that local heavyweight till is very much , among those present. Beasfty indicated that he was in good health and spirits and "asked that a "hello" be passed around to each of his friends Jack left the Eastbay without any advance announcement, and his whereabouts were pretty much of a mystery until ... the message arrived. ' f i. ERNEST FEDDERSEN and Ad Santel are quite hopeful over ineir aannas wrestling venture.. Last week their initial show drew a shade under $400, which isn't bad considering' the pioneer-ng phase. The Initial performance in Oakland more than a year -ago drew under f 100. The local men will undertake their second promotion Friday night, and inasmuch as Joe Savoldl will be one of the maln-eventers, they' look for a substantial increase in attendance. i ' RAFMONDI FANS 12. i With Ralmondi striking out 12 batters and Add lego collecting double and triple, Rldolphi Drugs won 7 to 1 victory over Rock Ridge Merchant!. BOCK BIDGE MCH.I RIDOLPHI DRUGS AB R H :. AB R H AramaM 4 0 0!5. Caruso.cf 4 0 1 Gemlgani.Sh 4 0 1'Pimentl.2n s 1 1 Anderaon.p .40 U! Lazuka.c 8 I-smb.lb -4 1 2IR, Caruso, a S Hoom.rf . 4 0 2l3amba,lb 5 T7tp.lf :, ,4 0 OiAddlego.rf - 2 ' V'pslcall.cf t 0 OlPerata.lf 4 ... Woods.c 8 0 llCardella.Sb 3 Patchford.Sb 2 0 0 Ralmondi. p 4 . , ,. , i. ! Oonato.cf . 1 Totals 11 I 61 Totals , 18 1 11 Three-basa) hltaAddiego. 'Two-base Add iteo. Perata, Cardell. Bases on .- Off Anderson 2. Struck out Br Anuerton I, Ralmondi U, I f.'i vrss: . MOHLER QUITS MISSIONS AND ALL ' . ' . t ING TIME HE SAYS LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16. VP) The athletic , career of Orville Mohler, one of the fUrriversity of Southern California's gridiron stars of recent date, is definitely at an end.' "' Mohler, who is a district station manager for an oil Company, said today that he would not play baseball for the San Francisco Mission Club or any other next Spring. "I'm through with athleWcs,'-said the son of the famous Kid Mohler, great left-handed second baseman and once manager of the 'San Francisco Seals. "I can't afford to continue In professional baseball, so Instead I'm turning by attention to the oil business. Unless a player can make a go of It In the big leagues he's Just wasting his time In the minors and I don't Intend to waste another year." Mohler started with the Los Angeles club last spring and finished with the Mission Club, playing shortstop. His intercollegiate football career was cut short by a back injury. , ' . Fruitvale and Bercovich Win E. Bercovich and Son Furniture kept pace with the league-leading Smith's Cafe in the Semi-Pro League by defeating Durkee Food, 3 to 0. The Bercovich nine is only half a game behind the league-leaders. ' Behind-steady pitching by "Lefty" Charves, who struck out 12 batters, the Fruitvale Merchants handed National Market a 5 to 1 defeat. Jones hit a home run for the winners with a man on base. The Bercovich win was featured by spectacular fielding and clever pitching by both hurlers.' Serventi, Bercovich twlrler, only . allowed four hits while George Rdbello, losing pitcher, limited his opponents to five blows. NAT. MARKET TTVL. MCHTS. MINORS AB R H !l 1 1 noma run done. Flrat base on called ball Off Charvaa 4. Bonney 3. Struck out By Charvei 12. Slauson 1. BERCOVICH DURKEE A. C. AB It H AB R H 4 0 2 McRlce.cf 1 3 Oerner.lf 0 0 Nobriga.Sb Wulff,3b Dlx.a Mauccl.3b Wetherbe.lb Mudge.lf Parker.rf Goulart.e Servant!, p 4 1 1 Perry, 2b 4 Ooulart.rf-lb 4 Murray, cf 3 Macedo.s 2 San Flllpo.lb 2 Sllva.c Rnbello.p Maggera.rf Rogeri Total J7- 9 si Totala .10 0 4 iwo-nase nil uix. strucK out Bv Serventi 8, by Robello 11. Baaea on balls Off Serventi 2, Rnhello 2. MACCABEES 10, WAH1TERS Oakland Tent No. 17 of Maccabeea handed Market Laundry a 10 to II beating to make It thraa wlna In a row, Budsar, Hood, Bauer. Wiltermood, Je rome, cruse and Campbell wure the neavy atickara. Cruse hit a home run ana uipi lor the Waihers OAK. MAC. NO, 171 MKT. LAUNDRY AB R H AB ft H Ca lahan.Sb 4 Punt1.2 Olaen.Sb Tonl.lf Campbell, ef C. Ho'od.cf R Trwhrde,2b 4 Jerome. c S Baur.a 6 Wiltermd.lb '8 H. Hood. If 2 Cruse, c Pelerson.s Groth.rf Buttlcr.lb Luque.p A 1 ford, If RIney,rf 4 Jones. p-2b 4 Bohannon.p 1 -Roblnaon.H 1 Totals 40 Iff 141 Totals 43 ft 12 Home runs Baur, Cms. Three-basa hlfr-Cruae. Two-base blls C. Hood. Jerome, H. Hood, Campbell. Bnses on balls Off Jones 2, Bohannnn 1, Lunuo . Struck osjt By Jonea 4, Bohannon 4, Luoue 11. . itlmhurst Merchanta retained the lead In the Amateur Leaatie when Knlllr held Oakland Athletic Club to seven hits for a 14 to 3 victory. It was Kullk's fifth' straight win. He beat the Plnnle Eagles the week before to put the Merchants in tne Jead, OAKLAND .A. C. ELMHURST MERCH AB R H AB R H Qrovea.lf Souia.cf Reale.Jb Sllva.3b Moffatt.lb (I 2 3 3 Lowrlg.cf Sulllnan.3b Marfln,2b Voorhees.lb ft 1 OjMonli.a Hocktoff.s . Nobrlga.o Cralg.rf Christians Ivaldl.lf Qomer.rf Kulik.p James, p Harrlngtn,3b 0 Totala 31 3 7 Totals 40 14 16 FAimmary. Two-bas hltaMonlz 2. Base on balls Off James 5, .Kullk 3. Struck out By James 3, Kullk 3. RRIFDR STARS ON MOtINn Effective pltchinB by Kenny. Shied who allowed only five hits and fanned 10. ve City Recreation a 5 to 2 win over Macy Movers. CITY RECRKAT. I MACY MOVT.RS AB R Hi AB R H Johnson. 2b 0 liC. Maey,2b Chambers, cf Silver,3h Vlano.lb Raldwin.rf Plnnto.lf JordBn.s Rottome.q Shlede.p 0 01 Mayer, s 0 0 2 1 0 1 Smith. lb Manglni.rf Re.petto.cf A. Macy, If 1 1 0 O Revelli lf 1 .21Vallm.3b 1 ljVarRas.c ErceE.p Totals 31 A 7! Tot n le 1i 1 iwo-nase nits-shterle. Manglnl. Pintn. Johnson. Bases on bnlls-Off Shiede 1, Erceg 3. Struck out By Shiede 10, Er-ceg 6. FOWI.tRft WIN CI.OSK ONE With Anthony Glarorie limiting his opponents to three hits. Fowlers Stars won a 2 to 1 victory over San Leandro Y. M I. , FOWLER STARS I' SAN LEANDRO AI5 n n 1 AB R H Vlnrlnt.ef 2:I.ech!indro,3b 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .1 1 1 fl 0 Alameda. 3b Leithrnan.rf LaPonte.lb Haverty.lf Qulntel.s Garcia, c Pagglo.2b Giacone.p 1! Rose. If fl Carrela.Jb OPhillips.c ljj. LlKjue.cf Or, Luone.s OlFields.lb OlMatoia.rf 2Falho.p 0 1 0 0 0 0 Totala- 31 3 6! Totals 32 1 3 Two-base hitsC.lacone. Haverty, Bases on balls Off Glacona 1, Fealho 3. Struck out By Glacont 13, Fealho 5. AIXENDAtK-CAATONK TIE ALLENDALE A. CI CALATONE WAT, AB R Hi AB R H Kuracla.a 5 2 Sotua.f S 0 0 Scholti.2b 5 1 2Griffith.lb 1 1 Nelson. lb 5 1 llCoata,3b 5 0 2 Putnam c 5 0 OiPeterson.c 5 1 1 Gulito.Sb 4 0 II Weeks. 2b 5 0 1 Fagllndas.p. 4 0 llNobriga.lt 5 0 1 F. Morrjs.cf 4 0 01 Vierra. of 5 0 0 W. 'Bmlth.rf 3 0 O Hnghes.cf 5 0 0 Sharlow.lf 5 0 0; Morrlsh.p 5 2 4 8. Morriah.rf 3 0 0 Totala 43 4 S Totala . 4 4 10 Called In tenth so other game rould , ne played. Tnree-nase hlta Gulsto, Costa. Baaea on balls Off Fagundas 10, Morrish 4. Struck out By fagundag U, Mor-xith 7. ' AB H H Ashley ,i 4 0 2 Amhroae.lf Rawels.Jb 6.0 0Layton.lt Malm, lb ' 6 0 0 Mart.ib Slaiison.ef-p 2 11 Ochoa.s Halverson,3b 3 0 1 Lelmone.rf Worstef.lf .4 0 0 Ferrelra.c Nunes.rf 4 0 1 Marin, rf Reynoldsx 4 0 0 Jones.Sb Bonney.p-cf 4 0 llcharves.p Totala Total! Vines Evens Series, Beats Tilden Again BOSTON, Jan. 16. (P) Youth triumphed .over skill, and Ellsworth Vines was even today with the veteran Bill Tilden in their professional tennis series. Each had two matches to his credit as the West Coast youngster and the old master travelled to Providence, R. I., for their next appearance. A crowd of 11,500, the largest tennis gathering in New England's history, saw them fight it out last night et the Boston Garden. The first set went to 26 games arid was lost by Vines on his own errors after a thrilling battle. The! match score was 12-14, 4-6, 6-4, 6-1, 6-2. .Helen ffacobs of Berkeley, Calif., holder of the women's national title, was one of the spectators. "Vines ran Tilden ragged,"' was her comment "Ellie is at the top of his game and I never saw him play better tennis." Tilden took the first two. matches of the series in New York and Philadelphia. Vines captured the third in Washington and the fourth last night Hfere. WARDS OUT TO HM ICE TITLE . Montgomery Wards attempt to make it' two straight over the Pacific Gas and Electric team in the championship series of the Industrial Ice Hockey League Thursday night. A preliminary game will be staged prior to the main affair with Pacific ;T.' and T. squad meeting .Golden State. Despite the loss of the first game, the P. G. and E. team is favored to annex the contest. Bill Marriott, expert P. G. and E. goalie, is counted on for enough "saves" to match the speed work of E. Anthony, G. Anderson and Ed Clark, leading scorers of the Wards. R. Ramsey, S. Cooper and H. Ramsey, who have rung the net to lead the P. G. and E. attack during the regular season, are expected to stage" an oflense that will break through the guard defense of Clark and Joe Bristow of the Wards. In standings released todayv Marriott, P. G. and E. goalie, leads the league In goaRgeper'i ratings with 249 saves against i2 goals for a percentage of ..954. . G. Turner, Telephone forward, leads the scorers with 18 goals. R. Ramsey of the P. G. and E. squad is Iri second, position with 16 scores. t The team standings including last week's games follow: .' ... . Goala Team Won. Lost. Tied. Pet. Goals. Agt. P. Q. Set. 7 3 1 .082 ,25 12 MontWrd. 8 4 2 .645 20 13 Golden St. 4 6 1 .410 16 22 P. T. Si T. 4 7 0 .303 20 28 t Manager Hits 6; Loses Tilt, 11-10 Here's one baseball game in which they cannot say the manager didn't do his best to win. Bennre Begier. pilot of the Chester N. Weaver Studebakers, collected six hits, in as many times at bat and played a great game at third base, but his team was defeated by the Bercovich Giants, 11 to 10. And strange as it seems, every member-of the Bercovich team, with the exception of the two Bercovich boys, Harry and Al, who both played fine outfield games, gathered one or more hits. Van Fossen, Thornton and Sham. the latter pitcher for Bercovich, were the heavy stickers anc helped put their team in second place in the amateur race. C. N. WEAVER BERCOVICH GIANT AB R H Foley.Sb 4 2 2 AB R H Himmons.qf ncnmmi.i Beiiler,3b Hn.vwood,2b Klmiero.c H.Bercvch.lf 8 Wetherbee.lb 8 Van Fossen, a 5 Thornton, c ' 5 Colllns.cf 5 Beaeh,2b 8 Sharp.p 8 A.Bercvch.rf 8 Nlelen,H Koskella.rf Hobson.p Totals 41 10 14 Totala 47 11 17 I.OVIER RADIO WINS Lovter Radio had little Irntihl nollnd. Ing out a 12 to 6 Victory over O. K. Battery. McDonald, Lovler hurler, 11m- nen nis opponents to four hits, LOVIER RADIO O K BATTERIES AB R H Macrl.lf 4 1 1 AB R H Ingram, If 5 1 1 Marks, 3b Graham. McGah.lb Heese.2b Ameral.pf Charlton. rf Clement.r McDonoldp 4 2 0 Alamono.Sb 0 01 5 2 3 NlBhtmgle,3b 3 1 1 S 3 2 Nelson, lb S 0 0 fi 2 2 Rtagnarorf 2 2 0 8 2 2 Pava.s 4 2 1 4 0 2 Cofteofis.c 4 0 0 5 0 2 Strotkamp 3 0 1 4 0 OIBresso.cf 5 0 0 totals 42 12 14' Totals 35 6 4 Summary: Two-base hit Pava. Struck out By MrDonold It. Strotkamp 11. Bases on balls Off McDonald 7, Strot-kajiip 2. ' HIGHLAND nlFRCHANTS WIN Highland Merrhanls slugged the ball hard to win a it to 1 victory over Y. M. I. Post 014. Juhnln hit a home run and two singles and Petrle laced out a triple, a double and a single for the winners. MERCHANTS AH R H 5 2 3 Y. M. 1. 14 Jtihaln.rf Bianrhl.lf Soares.2b Pelrie.lb All R H 3 1 llMoniz.s 4 0 0lRego.2b 4 2 3Fnria.cf .4 0 2lFiguerofl.c 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 I.endich.s Femnndes.cf 4 1 3IValll.p Callahan.3b 4 0 llSteele.lb Klein, c 0 1 Vesey,3b Relner.p 4 0 llSouza.rf , ' Grace, If ' , Lockyer,2b . Totals 34 d 15) Totals 33 1 (I Home run Johatn.' Three-base hit Petrle. Two-base hit Petrie. Walked By Reinier 1. Valll 1. Struck out By Reiner 7, Valll 5. SH-VA'S GROCERS WIN Although outhlt, Silvn'a Grocers nosed out Italian Modern Club. 8 to 7. The losers collected 18 hits to eight for the winners, but failure to deliver hti in the pinch cost them victory. oilVAS MKT. ITALIAN CLUB AR R H AB R H Carmello.lb 5 0 2Moro H,siantos,2b OlGlanechlno l! A.Perry lln Dlrajla llPusso- -0' N.DWrazla 1Imt , lie X)lraila llLanduccl l"llliifcl lljnducla Codeglia.rf I, Santos.lf' "".Mnnli.Sb Fprllas.s Crco.c r F.Costa, cf Avllla.p .H.Coata 1 ll Totals Totala 32 Three-base btt Mnntv Tum-hai Kit L. Santos. Struck out B AvUU I MOFFATS AND LOPEZ LEAD FOR FLAGS Brown Derby Beers were toppled from the top rung in the National division of the local Winter League when they were handed a z to i beating by Caesar S.inibaldi's Bay Cities Bottle Supply team. The Derbies dropped to third place as Lone Market of San Leandro moved into the learFby whitewash ing Alameda Merchants, 6 to 0, and Bottles went into second place. The American race developed nto a two-club affair when Moffat Packers made it four straight wins without a defeat .on their slate by chants, 5 to 0, and Chapel of Oaks, runners up, defeated Oakland Parlor of Native Sons, 8 to 2. In the1 other A nye r i c a n game, Robak Buffett trounced Spark - Mission Tavern, 12 to 0,, when Babe Wis-niski dished up the best,;, pitching performancof the day." CALWICOS BATTLE TO TIE Although they occupy the basement of the National race, California Wire Cloth played a part in staging the best game of the division by holding O. K. Batteries to a 1 to 1 tie in 9 innings at the Oakland Coast League park. Eddie Fagundas of Calwicos allowed only three hits while six were made off Frankie Peacock. Infield errors gave the Batteries their lone run in the sixth inning. Howard and "Irish" LaVeque each hit two for Calwicos, the latter driving in the tieing run. "Lefty" Eglight allowed six scattered hits and worked his best in the pinches to win a duel from Joe Noonan, who allowed Bay Cities only three singles. ' Louie Brazil's pitching, and Ton'y Fcrrera's triple and home run featured the Chapel of Oak victory. "Frenchy" Mesple helped Brazil by starting two double plays from the outfield and getting two safe hits. Art Kardoza came out of retire ment to pitch his first game of the Winter season and allow Aiameaa Merchants but two hits as Lopez won. Johnny Lombardl hit a triple and single for Lopez. GOULD HURLS WIN Pudgy Gould kept eight hits widely scattered and got two himself to lead Moffats to their win the West End Merchants. Jim my Vierra hit two safeties while ljHnClOne. IvilKltn-tm aw .a.. -j Perry all hit triples. CALWICO O. K. BATTERY AB R H AH K n Sllva.2b Corbelll.rf Howard. 3b Madrtlga.lb Blakeley.cf Kelly.U Vlerrn.s La Veque.c Fnaundan.D 3 0 1 Fernandei.lf 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Btisso,3b Wllllams,2b Tobln.lb Ivaldl.rf Kmeldi.s Auulrro.rl Abrew.c Peacock.p - J. Silva.3b- 0 fi 0 0 G. Amede,3b 2 Totala 30 1 8 Totala 30 1 3 no.es on balls Off Fagundas 1. Pea cock 2. Struck out By Fagundas 4, Peacock 2. 1 . BAY. CITY BOTT. AB R H BR. DERBY BEER AB R H Lancione.H 4 1 1 Holder.a 3 1 0 nnmilvi.2tt 2 0 0 Cllfford,2b Gnrdiner.lb T Peterson. cf McCarron.rf Monro. c Noonan.p Flosvers.lb 3'0 0 Brown.lf 4 0 0 Cammo7.zl,3b 2 0 1 Martln.cf 0 0 0 0 Zuppo.rf Ward.c Egllght.p Phlllips.rf. Totals 1 1 0 1 0 0 24 2 3 Totala S3 1 Lanclone. Two-base hits Gardiner, Struck eu't -By Eghllght 6, Noonan 3, MISSION TAVERN ROBAK BirFFET AB R H1 A R " AB R H Swick,2b 3 l Moro.3b ' 4 0 01 Fox, s JO Franknstn.lb 3 0 OlMartln.lf 5 fl Cnrbett 2b 2 0 0 Esnla.lb 5 1 J.LabeticJl.a 3 0 1 Ryan.ef -5 2 Calegarl.e 3 0 0 Brown, rf Cresta lf 3 0 0 rriesbach.3b 5 3 Boscaccl.rf a 0 0 F'lorenCe.c 4 1 A I .hellrh.ef 3 0 OlWisnlskl.p 4 1 Hnrst.p 3 0 0 Totals 27 1 ll Tolals 40 12 15 Three-base hits Drlesbach. Ryan 2. Two-base hits Fox, Florence, Drlesbach. First base on called balls-Off -Hurst 4, Wlsnlskl 3. Struck out By Wlsniskl 10, Hurst 1. L.MOFFAT PACKING W1C. MCHTS. AB K n Viant.s Lanclone.cf 01sen,2b Kyte.lb Godblcr.rf Fraln.lf Florence. 3b Perry.rf Figroid,2b Snranger.a Nizzoll.cf Huston, lb Coates.lf Bales, 3b Waren.c- Vlerra.p Spackman Mi Gliacclo.c 3 Gould.p 3 Totals 34 5 81 Totals 35 0 8 tt,, .o htt Ml Glacclo. Lanelone. Two-base hit Perry. First base on called balls Off Gould 1, Vierra 2. Struck out By Gould 8, Vierra 3. MAXWELL LEAGUE AMERICAN DIVISION W, L. Moffat Packing , 4 0 Chapel of the Oaks 4 . 1 West End Merchants 2' 2 Oakland Natives 2 3 Rnhak's ' 3 Sparky'a-Misslon Tavern ...0 5 Pet. 1.000 .800 .500 .400 .250 .60? Pet. NATIONAL DIVISION W. L. Ldpez " Market :...,..- 2 Bay City Bottle 3 Rrnwn Tlerhv ". . 1 0 V 1.000 .750 .500 .500 .500 .500 O. K. Battery 1 1 Alameda Merchants ...2 2 California Wire Clotlv 2 2 BERKELEY CITY I.F.AGl'E ,W. I,. Langendorf Baking 4 0 Al's Cigars . 3 0 Shalturk Ave, Merchants . .4 1 Tacoma Beer 2 1 Oakland Typewriter ;2 3 Central Bank . . . ; 1 3 Square Deal Malt 1 3 Al Agrello Club 10 V 5 Pet. 1.000 1.000 .800 .687 .400 .250 .250 .000 SEMI-ritO VV. AGUE w. Smith's Cafe (Conccrdi ..c.4 E. Bercovich ft Son 4 Fruitvale Merchants ..-3 City Recreation 3 Durkee Food 2 Macy Movers 1 Montgomery Ward 1 National Market ...0 ROCKY MOUNTAIN AV. Elmhurat Merchants , 5 Pinole .., 3 Merchants' Express 2 Jack's Barbers 3 Gonzales Grocery, .2 Albany Maccabees 2 . Oakland A. C ,..0 Heath'a Dairy 0 PACIFIC DIVISION W., Oakland Maccabeea '.,3 Market Laundry ............ 2 , Bercovich Gtantg ...2 , Berkeley Elks 2 Chester N. Weaver 1 1 73rd Ave. Merchants ....... 1 Pet. 1.000 .800 .600 .600 .500 ,250 .250 .000 Pet. 1,000 .750 .867 .600 .500 .400 .000 .000 Pet. 1.000 .667 .667 .667 '.33.1 ,333 .333 M0 TtrAnVlvv, rluh . . 1 V. T. W. 1010 0 STRANGE AS IT SEEMS 1 1 r lsfccZ rtv. ML Knocked wM-h clllriA y l fit. . I V ?fcl A l Hjn i... -i- 1 VjaMi MflK AGAIN. R tern w-aw irsm wt Z-iSOeVfOk. , lnM " WHAT was perhaps the forerunner of the modern gangster and racketeer existed 800 years agovin the form of the Assassins, a secret semj-religious order which was organized in the twelfth century. Strangely like the modern gang, there was one chief the first was Hassan ben Sabbah", who had supreme authority. " ' Under him were lieutenants, but the younger men who did the killing did not know the season for their numerous "jobs." They only knew that the "big-boy" or "Old Man of the Mountains" as he was called by ROYALS WIN INCREASE LEAD Langendorf Royals increased their lead in, the Berkeley City League by defeating Square Deal Malts, 11 to 10. ' Al Agrellas were given a trouncing to the tune of 28 to 6 by Shattuck Avenue Merchants. Central Banks and Tacoma Beer staged an 11-inhing scoreless tie. The Royals put over five runs in the ninth inning to win out. Whetz-ler for the winners and McCoy for Malts were the hitting stars, with four safeties each. The Shattuck-Agrellav game was an old-fashioned slugfest with Emil Mallho getting four doubles, Harlin Pool four safeties in five tries. Both are Oakland club memberss. Tony Kras-ovich got five nut of five. ' The Central-Tacoma game was featured by a pitching duel between Les Balcngero of the Banks and "Red" Bigelow. SQUARE DEALS - LANGENDORFS AB R H AB R H Salmon. If . 4 0 Welsh.cf Jones. If Rorida.s Smith. c Kintana.2b Whetzler.lb Carler,2b Flores.rf Lleber.p Keough.p i 0 3 1 0 0 0 Sabine, lb Sllllli.ef McCoy, a Connors. 3b SJchmldt.Sb Carson, rf Anderson, rf Howard. c Nelson, p 5 0- 5 2 5 3 4 2 2 1 2 0 3 1 5 0 4 1 Totala 39 10 12 Totals 37 11 14 CENTRAL BANK I AB R H TACOMA BEER AB R H Tula.2b . 5.01 Powles.lf 5 0 0 Van Ardle.Sb 5 0 0 Gallagher.cf 6 Rago,2b 4 Cronin.s 5 Parker,3b 4 Pachecolrf 3 E. Stewaj Let 5 0 2 RodBers.c? 4 0 1 B.Stewart.lb 4 0 0 Gerner.s 4 0 1 Curran.rf . Crosby.lf ' Balangero.p 3 0 01 La FranchUb 3 4 0 1 4 0 0: Figroid.c 2 Biglow.p 4 Totals 38 0 6 Totals 35 0 4 Bases on balls Balanaero 4. Biglow 1. Struck out By Balangero 8, Biglow 6. Double plays Van Arsdale to B. Stewart. Gerner to Tula to B. Stewart 2. A home run jnd a double by Al McCoy and some flossy pitching In the pinches .onthe part of Berlyn Home gave Al Cigars a a 7 to 6 win over Oakland Typewriters. Wright and Scarsella also did some good hitting . AL'S CIGARS I O. TYPEWRITERS AB R H AB R H Robb.3b 4 2 3 Thompson.Sb 4 1 2 Prolo,2b 3 1 olNobriga.s 4 0 0 Gordon.c 4 0 li V.Babcock.cf 2 2 0 McCoy. If 3 2 2!B,Babcock.lb 4 1 2 Scarsella. lb- 4 0 2OMver.lf - 4 0 2 Hildebrnd.cf 3 0 llSilva.c 3 10 Brekas.s- 3 1 llR.Babcock.3b 3 0 0 Wrjght.rf 3 1 2!Kasich.p 3 1 1 Horne.p 3 1 INellsen.rf' 3 11 Totals 30 8 131 Totals 30 7 8 Home runs McCoy. Kasich. Three-base hits Rotab, Horne. Oliver. Two-base hits McCoy, Wright. Hildebrand. Thompson. Walked By Home 3, Kaslch 1. Struck otu By Horne 8, Kaslch 4. DRUGGISTS BEAT . PACKERS Guy's Druggists won fheir 20th game in 25 starts by defeating the Alaska Packers, 4 to 2. Virgil Vierra. Druggist hurler, pitched steady ball and struck cttt 12 batters: GUY S DRUGS ALASliA rflUK. AB R H AB R H Gonzalves.lf 1 1 0 Murphy .3b 0 1 .0 0 0 0 Alberts. cf 3 0 o Adragna rt Camello.lb Phillips.c E. Sousa.2b Franco. rf Jensen. 3b Texelrn.s Vlet-ra.p R. Sousa.H 4 1 I Gomes. in l'Profumat,2b 2lCooper.lf HFillipell.s llProfumo.cf lifiandalh.c 1 1 11 Alten.p Oakes.lb Obtey.rf Totals 30 4 9 Totala 30" 2 7 Home run Camello. Three-base hits R. Sousa. Two-base hits Phillips, Alton, Bases on balls Off Vierra 4, Alton 1. Struck outi-By Vierra 12, Alton 8. MATER ALLOWS 3 HITS MURRAY A. C. I DURKEE WELFARE AB R H AB R H A. Kllppel. 1 1 Anderspn.lb 3 0 0 Rosenheim. e 2 2lGerner.3b 3 0 0 E." Klippel.lf 4 1 0' Harrison. a 3 00 Jourdaln.Sb 3 0 l!Blaney,2b 3 1 0 Ratcllff.lb 3 0 OlMarker.lf 3 0 0 Dunphy.2b 3 1 2!Hean.cf 3 0 0 Murray.cf 4 1 OLake.c 3 0 0 Mayer.p 4 3 2'Allara.rf 3 0 2 Whinthers.rf 3 0 0Alllnton.p 3 0 0 Totala 82 "ill Tofalg . 27 1 3 Three-bate hlta Mayer. Two-basg hits Blaney. Base on balla Mayar 1, Al-llngton 2. Struck out Br Mayer 10, Al-llngton . lil t I WHr5., . . " 4 It WP OA V t goes When the front door clicks and you stride off grip in hand, with a wave for small hands heating at the window It's a comfort to know you'll have a way of projecting yourself every evening right hack heneath that roof. At othei? hours you'll use the telephone t call ahead, make appointments and locate husiness. As you advance, you'll use it to From Otlnnd, Alameda, Berkeley and San Leandro To Eureka . . . t . Fresno .... Los Angeles . Monterejr . . 4:30 a. m. to 8t30 p. m. . $1.50 . 1.05 . 2.35 . .65 The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Compant Business Office: 1521 Franklin St. ATHLETICS By John Hix 6 HOT NEW nih and cenwtes X"2,ZrtfufirLL the eleventh century' gangster, had ordered this person or that one assassinated. Further similarity in 'their methods is seen in the fact that the killers all used narcotics just before committing a murder. The Assassins were so well organized that they were able to extract tribute from merchants and princes for "protection." Their service,; were available to any who could pay for them, and it sometimes happened that opposing political factions each hired the Assassins to aid them. i , where you go talk with old customers- in surrounding communities. While you can't always make the actual trip to?each one, you can successfully supplement such trips by your voice extending greetings and trade counsel and finding many an order. The telephone service that goes where you go weighs nothing in your bag, takes up no room. But it's there for your use, and well, worth using. r Typical Station-to-Station Rates: From Oakfand, Alameda, Berkeley and Sail Leandro To Portland . .. . Reno Sacrainento . Stockton . . . 8: 30 p. m. lo Midnight $ .75 .55 1.20 .35 Midnight lo 4:30 a. ra. $ .40 .30 .60 .25 GIANT DENVER TEAM PLAYS IAASTARS A basketball 'team of "giants" the Safeway-Piggly Wig?ly agrega-tion of Denver,' Colorado invades the Eastbay tonight to battle an all-star five, chosen from the Industrial Athletic League play.ers, at Oakland High School pavilion at 8:30 p. m. A preliminary game between Oakland Safeway and Hag-strom Stores will begin at 7 30. Ernie Schmidt, tallest of the invaders,' stretches five inches past-the 'six-foot mark, with Jack Mc-Cracken and Fran Wachter claiming six feet three inches. The shortest member of the squad, Bernard Cow-den, is five feet nine inches. The invaders are national Y. M. C. A", champions, Rocky Mountain A. A. U. title-holders and are also listed as champions of Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas and Nebraska. Oakland's all-star five that will attempt to stop the Denver team's winning, streak will be led by Jack Gough, former Santa Clara captain and one of the best players ever to play ' for- the Jesuit institution. "Scoop" Carlson, leading "scorer of the I. A. A., Owsley Gray, former Menlo J. C. star; "Chuck" Finley, former Oklahoma University ace forward; Al Groffman, leading I. A. A. scorey in 1932, and Henry StiHz, former 'Castlemont Highjitar, will see action on the Oakland team. GUY'S JUNIORS WIN. Guy's Juniors won a spr-aw battla from Lockwood Athletic Club, 8 to 6.' H. Oliver lead the winner's attack with two singles and a triple. GUY'S JRS. ! LOCKWOOD A, C. AB R H . AB R H Gonsalves.3b 1 i Mortenson.rf U.Oliver.s O'Shc.i.rf H, Oliver.cf Lewis. c Everintf.lf O'Ronrke.lh Roderick, 2b Farinha.p 2 0!Botelho.3b 1 2'Debeling.if 1 3 Maderos,2b 1 2j Sannebeck.c 0 1 Nobriea.s 0 1, Perrie'fa.cf 1 , 0; Serpa.lb 0 OTeria.p Davidson. p Newman, c Totals 32 8 111' Totals 34 6 4 Three-base hit H. Oliver. Bases on balls Off Farinha 4. Feria 7. Struck out By Farinha 10, Feria 7. TOWN HAS NO NEfiROES UfUCH HILL, Mo. " This town ia wunout a N-egro resident ior tne first time in 50 years. Sam. Walls, 86, the only colored person in town, has died. 4:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. . $3.45 . 1.20 . .50 . .40 8i30 p. tt. Midnight $1.75 .60 .25 .25 Midnight to 4:30 a. m. $ .9a .30 .25 .25 Telephone HO lliday 9000

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