Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on September 20, 1932 · Page 19
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B OAKLAND TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1932 Two Eastbay Boxers . Advance In Senior Rin: 20 Bouts BROWN, CASPER SCORE KAYO VICTORIES : Dean Brown, its-pound simon-pure of th Duffy liymntisliim. utepped into the third round In tie Pacific Association efiilor boxing chor?tTSonships lust night at the San FranriJuo Civic Auditorium when he slugged his way to a one- round knockout decision over Martin Theirar, unattached, to meet Paul TranchlnH, unattached, in the wind-up program next Monday night. CASPKK SCORICS KAYO One other of the elx Kuatbay boxers left In Competition survived last night, George Casper reuchln '.' the eeml-flnals of the 118-pound division by knocking out Eugene Adone of fciacramenlo In the aecond round. Casper had Adone groggy And reeling about the ring, ho the referee halted the bout. Brown, who was Just one of , wore of "dark horses" when the tournament hr-gnp iUH week, hat stepped Into a imsltloii of prominence. He In 11 terrific punclirr m ; mulin ulwit 1l-iI tt Trniuliliia, although Mm latter : flfrlits In somewhat the name style, a tdugginic, boring in type, lie knocked out Kldi'idge. How-nril nf KhIIiihu A. I '.. In lint gecmul round. Joe Baldwin, Oakland'a only . hop In the heavyweight dlvlalon pawed out of the lineup In the second round when he ran Into ono of Raay Gould'ri haymakers. Baldwin VII an Imperial Club entry. WEDGK DEFEATED Hugh Wedge, aon of Hev. Frederick "Kid" Wedge, tho 'Fighting Pamon" who performed In the ring nearly quarter of a century ago, lost a close decision to Harold Hart of Vlsalla In the 160-pound rlBM. ; Wedge ns registered from the Athens Club. Mickey Maddlnon, Buckley clubman, lost on points to Joe Hooper 12, and Smokey Attel, 147, of the Golden Oaka Club, was outpointed by Harry Ureb of Sallnaa. Other, results: Other results follow: ' m-PornD claim Matt Cortes (Jovial Club) K. O. Benny Bangeaa (American Legion, vi'iai, nrst round. Fred Mott (Jovial Club) dee. . over Nylvesler Morago (American Legion, Vlsala). Joe Ayala (Salinas A. C), K. O. over William Lucler (Los Oatos), flrjit round. Tommy Cobb (San Joan Dolda), T, K. O, over Kay Quinones (Jovial Club), second round. lis-potivn ci.am Frank Bona (Shamrock A. C, Rosevllle), dec. over Tony Denclo (Taussig A ityan's). Joe Lang (Olympic) Club). T. K. O. over Conrad Walnscoat (Amerl- can Legion, Hollister), first, round. 126.PO.UNn CTiAftH Xeeter Marston (Twin Peak)ICv O. Kd R.ornetL (iiaysnere A. w, eeond round. TenrManlnl (Jovial Club) dee. avra JFohnnv Acaccla (Bayvlew Gym), ISS-FOimi) CLAIR David Klrsehenmapn (Lodl A. O.) deo. over Edmund Dreo (Vlsalla A C ) " fleorge Page (Salinas A. C.) dee. ever Kddle Hayden (Salinas A. C). Htnderlon Reed (Bayshore A. C), won by default from Art Carron (Jovial Club). . , Byron Smith (Olympic Club), T. X O. over Boy McDonald (Sham-rook A. C), first round. 147-POUND CLASS Sdward Achstettet (Relmere Burns) T. K. O. over Krank Ra-oi (Bayvlew Gym), ftrif round. Johnny Moran (Jovltfl Club) dec. ever Fred Graham (Pastime Club). 100-POUND CLAM Granville Wilson (Lodl A. C), deo. over Herman Jackson (Twin Peaks) 1TB-POVND CI.AIIi Paul Tranchina (unattached) K. O, Eld ridge Howard (Salinas A. C), aeeond round. . - HEAVYWEIGHT CLASS Homer Brannla (Olymplo Club), won by default over Bed Gould - (Jovial Club). League Champs to Meet for City Title A double-header will bo played at tho Oakland Coast League Park next Bunday, the feature gamo being: between Frultvale F.aglea and Athen Elks All-Stars for the city championship. ! The Eagles recently annexed the champlonahlp of the Eaatbay Managers' Association by coming Out on top In the tournament In which teams from all parte of Northern California competed. The Elk All-Ftars are three-time : winners of tho Northern California Negro title and in post season bat- frtleg, "Speed" ltellly's champs have defeated the Wa Sunt,!,, Boulevard Merchants, Emeryville Tires and Bwedburg Furnitures. The 12 o'clock preliminary gamo will bring together the Melrose 1411- , Jlards and Emeryville Tires. There ' will a,lao be three bands and other feature. Starting lineup probably will be: : Eagle Perry, rlghtfleld; Van-nuecl, first base; Gallagher, cen-terfleld; C. Flgrold, .second base; Carter, third base; Swlck or Alves, - ahortatop; Aniedee, leftfleld; ft. flgrold, catcher; Rigga or Fer'nan- . idez, pitcher. i All-Star Colline, cent erf leld; Newton, shortstop; La lilanc, third baee; Watty, catcher; Beaaley, rlghtfleld; Stout, leftfleld; Edmon-HOn, first baae; Brown, second base; Smith or Jones, pitcher. Centerville Lions, i Legion Nine Meet ,r CENTERVILLE, Sept. 20. Not to be outdone by the Livermore iklen. Which la etaglng a baseball Kama with the Businesa ana t'ro-feselonal Women's Club, Friday right. September 2, the Center-yilla Lions' Club has organized a team which la out after the alp tit Washington Township Post of the American Legion. The game tm tA htt tared Sunday. October 2, Recording to Frank Mgdruga, twesldeht of the Centerville den. "Chlek" Santoa, who happens to liold membership In both organisations, waa given the respdnaibil-Ity tot organising the Lions' team ut it developed yesterday that he Intend t play with -the fcegloni. i8ire. J'hl -development, coupled arlth the fact that no man on tha learn Nantoa Is'whlpping Into ahape I tinder it year of kg and, nly jlhree of them every played ba. .a 11, has'Madruga worried and in Itilcailon are that a "seeend'' tw to he organlced Im media ttly for kmergency use. . - STRANGE AS CK'IK HU, k DOG, CREATE 0 ( OUK eY "EMPEROR KAO WEI, of China, AMD fN INCOME fiOR THE omct . JOE BalHtrii HlT63 HOMER'S im out siteon I J V r. jf m M. 1 I I 1.. s mJOR LEAGUE PLAYER. iZ T)0G tsnciers among the Chinese nobility of cenlur-iei ago led to the practice of emperors beitowing lilies on their favorite pets, ln the second century Emperor Ling Ti gave his pet Pekingese the liiglinat literary title in ihe land. Four centuries later Kmperor Kao Wei made his pet dog, Cli'lli llii "Red Tiger" a Chun Chun, s rank romparahle to a duke in European nobility. Ch'ih Ilu was given every eonoiderstion due a noble of hie rank some even greater. When the em peror went riding the dog rode ahead m U. - . -. . 1 1 TL.. A -1 v iiiq vii,civ. raii.i.v. A lie uu) SIBIV come from his office. . . . Ernent PHILLIES SEEK THIRD PLACE By GAYLE TALBOT Associated Press Sports Writer. While the main show of the Na tional LeaKiie waa going on at Wrlgley Field ln Chicago today, where the Chicago Cuba and Pitta- burgh Pirates met In a double- header, with tho Cuba needing but one win to clinch tho league cham pionship, the I'hllllea and Brooklyn Uodgor were eiiKaged In a private feud that had l'hllndclphla fans pretty well worked up. Tho I'hllH. striving to knock the Dodgers out of third plane, were within a half game of their goal, having beaten Ma Carey's gang, 6 to 8, yester day. Homers by chuck Kloln and Mlokey Mallon were, chiefly responsible. Thn Boston Brave Jumped Walte Hoyt for four runs ln tho fifth Inning to defeat tho giants, 6 to 8. The Boston Red Box enlivened an otherwise dull program In the American League by trimming De troit, I to 4., Lefty Grove marked up hla 25th victory of the season ns tho Ath letic defeated Chicago, II to 0. . i 4 Lefty Grove May Be Traded For Ted Lyons CHICAGO, Sept. 20. (UP) A break-up of the present Philadel phia Athletics team which would Involve trading Outfielder Al Simmons and Pitchers "Lefty" Drove or George Kiirnshaw for Tltcher Ted Lyons of the Chicago White Sox and other players waa reported under conaldriatlon today by Con nie Mack, Athletics manager. Mack denied ho hud decided definitely to rebuild his team. Tho trade was reported ns part of a plan of owners of the Chicago team for strengthening their club as a pennant contender. ln event of a decision by Mack to trade some of hla stars, It was understood the Is'ew York Yankees were anxious to acquire Simmons. NED BRANT SEE YOU AT WIM rvK.teP-M I WHEN 6RANT CHASED I a south iv m U9-T0THE f' TSS- BTTRANCE.CeW-W: I TEAM I TOLD YOU f FELLOW I WANT V UP? ,'0 MAKE IT . l tough 'ron r&Y lt&& Kf' Kxl l$P fj m "wis editor f' 'il k ' ' 5 ml & THE schodl UJfi Hjy. 1 ' jw PAPea who'8 '''' '" VV1 ' HERE? IT SEEMS iCoprrlsbt. IU9 for Tin TRIBUNE.) 6 -CAUSER WW t J ;m mi U 1 sTem EN6INE, ITSeoiLtR 6 r 1?eiOLVEf? J?en1on, Tex 9 UtOw If wfpv 3diet on a mat placed . . I rujliyru in in Herring, eon- Doctor Orders Rest Cure for BabeDidrikson TALI.AS, Texss, Sept. 20.-OP) iJ -Mildred "Babe" Didrikson, who hss a trophy which proclaims her the world's grestent sthlele, msn or woman, begsn a rest cure today on orders from her doctor. Physicians told her that unless ' she stayed at home for two to six weeks she would have a nervous breakdown or develop an athletic heart. Since winning the women' national track meet single-handed and starring in the Olympic games, the "Babe has been appearing in exhibitions of such diverse pastimes ns football, golf and trapshooling. And to today, and a good many days hereafter, the "Babe" will have no visitors, answer no telephone calls and take no workout. Boxing Board May Eliminate Junior Crowns BALTIMORE. Sept. 20. M) Recommendations of changes ln classification of titles and the dropping from official recognition of the junior lightweight and junior welterweight championships todny were' before the delegates to the National Boxing Association convention here. Latrohe Cogswell of Tlu.lt imorp. In his report on tntornntlonnl boxing, recommended each country would hajc a champion in addition to tho world's tltleholder nnd only these fighters would he eligible to compete for world honors. The suggestion of the dropping of the two classes was mndn yesterday by General John J. Cllnnln, president of the association, following his denouncement of one man mAnaglng 10 to 15 young boys and fighting them from one. to six times a week and his nppenl that tho association take (IocIhIvo nd- tlon upon tho amateur fight question. Urging the commission to seek He standardization of laws in various states to clean up corrupt ed ring conditions, General Cllnnln said "Immature hoys are becoming punch drunk wrecks as a result of exploitation. " at CARTER By John Hix AR2JFINEO IF mev oo not voje IM FEPEkAL ELECTIONS . TtAlM found on the 5f afinds farm victed murderer, was scheduled to die in I lie electric chair six different lime--yet he nlill livrh. His sentence was commuted to life imprisonment by Governor Gardner of North Carolina. . . . Men aurvive strange accident. In Grut. Valley, Calif. Jooeph Hob-son, a miner, fell '100 feet down a mine i,li(if( ami lived to tell iiliout it. In La Angeles, II. W. Mi-Garry, hail the experience of having his arm swallowed by snake. MrGarry, a resort rnnretsion owner, was ullnrked by a python he was uncrating The sunke seized hi arm and swallowed it to the elbow. MrGarry enipcd with severe cuts. SOUTHERN NET FAVORITES WIN J. OS A NO ELKS, Sept. DO. (UP) Second round matches of the Pacific, Koiithwesl Tennis Tourna ment were to he played today at the Los Angeles Tennla Club, fol lowing the opening yesterday in which favorites enjoyed easy vic tories. Kllmvorth Vines. Pasadena, na tlonal alnglca champion, defeated John Alman, a fellow townsman fl-0. ti-ll, In 17 minutes. W'ilmer Allison. American Davis Cup stjir, defeated Mill Robertson of Los Angeles. (i-S, 0-2. II. V Austin. Grout Britain, triumphed over Jock Knemeyer. Inglewond. Calif!, 6-2, 0-2. John Van Ryn, Philadelphia, defeated Junior Parker, Los Angeles, ti-0, fi-1, and Jlro Satoh, Japan, bested William Doeg, Sftnta Monica, Calif., fi-1, -l. Carolln Bahcock, Los Angeles, easily defeated May Doeg of Santa Monica, 6-0, 6-2, ln the women's aingles. Herrin, Narberes Headline Mat Card "TToot" Herrin. former St. Mary's grid star, nnd Leo Narberes. of Oakland, will meet in ope of the two main event headlining the Friday night wrestling card at tho Twelfth Street Theater. In their lant encounter Herrin nnd Narherea wrestled to a draw in a bout "that wns a 'riot of action. ThV-lr match this week will bo a two-hour time limit session. "Mil;" Jack Patterson will grapple with Dr. Len Hall In the second main event, two-hour time limit. Rudy Ladltzl la signed to meet John Grandivloh In a 30-mlnute preliminary tustile while the opener will bring together Ed Hellwlg nnd Jack Manuel. MICHIGAN WINS A NOT II Kit OSAKA. Japan, Sept. 20 &) Tho University of Michigan's touring baseball team added another victory to its long atring over Japanese nines today, defeating Kwnn-aal University, H to 1. Mc.Neal, Michigan pitcher, held the Japanese to five hits. A Story of RIP UP THE VAR9ITY TOCHVf, GAITt', WIO I CAN'T UNCe?3TAND WHY MDURE NOT ON THE RUST TEAM CHINESE MOUND STAR SI01ED BY OAKS By EDDIE MURPHY The Oaklund baseball club has si;nd a new pitehT and today will nee much rejoicing in many quarters of Oakland and San Francisco Chinatowns. He is Lee Gun Hong, known " as Albert Bowen in local bushball circles as a member of the Wa Sung Club. He is the first Chinese pitcher to be given a contract In organized baseball and will make his official bow on the hilltop a week from tonight when the Oaks will be home from Los Angeles to open a series Kith the Sacramento Senators. The game, which will also mark the beginning of the final series of the Coast League season, promises to attract hundreds of Chinese and Japanese. Kenso Nushida, the little five-foot, four-Inch Japanese pitcher of the Sacramento team. Is to oppose Hong on the mound. Nushida has been with tho Senators a couple of months and is one of tho best attractions they have. Hong has been pitching ball on lotnl snndlolN for about five years and many times he has fanned as ninny as 15 batters on leading semi-pro .'lubs In the bay district. He formerly pitched for Oakland High School. He was on tho name team as waa Rill Rnlmondi and Ijeroy Anton, now fullfledgod Oaks, when they attended Hint school. RAIMONDI TO CATCH Ralmondi was Hong's battery-miite in most of the prep games and ho will handle his shoot.s In the gam next Tuesday nigh. Hong is II years of age, stands five feet, eleven Inches and weighs 160 pounds. He Is now employed at ihe International House In Berkeley. Members of the Wa Sung Club of Oakland and other Chinese elube on the San Francisco aide of the bay are planning to make next Tuesday night a gala one, at the ball park. They feel that the signing of Hong means pBving of the way for other Chinese baseball stars to get contracts In organized ball. The Wa Sung Club has ona of the biggest fnllowlngs of any bushball team In the East hay. Herbert McFarlln and Vie l)e-vln.-eni!l made the announcement yesterday of the signing of Hong and when he will pitch. Seoul Charlie Dillon did the signing and Otto Kgenberger claims that It was at his suggestion. Anyway Hong will be out there next Tuesday night to try nnd prove he Is a belter pitcher than Nushida, the Senator chucker and the only Japnnese in organized ball. HARRY HANK BURIEO Mt fellow . umpires acted as pallbearers yesterday afternoon for I ho burial of Harry. Kane, Pacific oaht Ijenguc umpire who passed nnny at Port land Inst Thursday night. Kane's body wan brought here and the funeral held from an undertaking parlor on Telegraph Avenue, where Monslgnor Gleason said services. Acting as pallbearers were Umpires Bill Rurnslde, Forrest Cndy, .Marty O'Toole, Harry ttenton, Eddie Ryan anrl Eddie Held. The latter officiated In the league len or twelve years ago. Hyland Bng-gerly, Coast League president; his secretary, Frank Herman; A'lc De-vlncenzl. vice-president of the Oaks; Joe Oevlne, former manager of the MlRslons, and many others were present. Burial was at St. Mary's cemetery,- OAKS GO SOUTH Carl Zainlocli and Ms pake left here Inst night for lxs Angeles where they ocii a series with the Hollywood Stars tonight. The Stars are two games behind the Portland Rucks in the race for the Coast Ix-iigue pennant, so Hie locals are likely to piny before some big crowds. Clarence I'lchcr is slated to hurl ngnlnsi the Stars tonight. Portland is at home for a series with the Angels, while the Missions are at Han Francisco entertaining the Senators in a daylight series, and Han Francisco Is at Seattle' Strikeout Duel Slated by Leaders NE"V YORK. Sept. 20. (CPA I When the Yankees move onto the Athletics' field tomorrow the stage will be all pet for two duels of noteworthy proportions. Chnrley Ruffing and Lefty Grove are tied In their battle for the League lead in total strikeouts during the tea-son. . Then there's the matter of that 1927 home run record of Babe Ruth's. Tho mark is 60. Jimmy Foxx has 53 to his credit and will Ui trying Ills best to haul down the Babe's colors. College Athletics I'M 9UGE I CONT KNOrV-j I THINK rJUAWT SIMPLY VfWT PAPER GIVE WE A CHANCE T7 V X klivfu4 W, yiY'MMn !04OWMUCHASpUTRfr- OpjfcS JL Jf JV- THINK TDU FSLLOrVS 1 Mv Y r ACECjETTIMGA ALAMEDA UB Hrrn mz vim MLLU UML Will FOR TIRE Alameda Lodge of Elks base- i ball team moved one notch nearer K'n Y, orn f'allfnrnto rhiimnlnn- ' ship for Elks when they defeated Richmond Iyodge on the Oil City diamond, 3 to 2. It was the second win score over the Oilers by the Isle City team. The series Is scheduled for five games, but if Alameda wins at Lincoln Park next Sunday when the third game will be played, they will be declared the champs and will meet the Southern California champions In a state title series during the state convention to be held ln San Josa next month. Earl Fireman Jones, veteran righthander, was on the hill for the Alamedans and" let the Oilers down with 7 hits to win a pitching duel from Frank I'eacock, who fanned 12, but brought about his defeat by walking S. Manuel Duarte. manager of Alameda, announced today that Jones and Peacock are slated to meet again in the third game. The score: R. H. E. Alameda Elks . Richmond Elks BRADLEY ET.UOS BALL A homr. triple, rtautile nrt wlnzle 1 J" Rrmlli- fentiirnl the lo lo C win lUiii h o K llltlerir-K licorpd orer Knllk Hakur.v. Pon-drro'l arreiit fitch it nhort win inother ffi-ture, Knllk homed for the Uere, KU.IK BAM KR Y I O K BATTRItlKS Alt It II AH It II 0(hos.3h 0 I ( riiso.cr i - NVIann.lb .1 1 1 boliflrro.s 5 2 2 l.t.vtmi.s 4 ft I Msndiih.at) 4 I I Ferrirn.r 4 I 1 rtrsdlrv.lf 4 I 4 Ulmloni-.rr 4 1 I l.oulsrl c 4 (I AmtiroKr.lt 4 ? S tinhrlrlxrin.lb 4 I - Kiillh.cf 4 I 'JOllri'f.rf 4 I 1 AIPBln,2b 4 ft 1 Mssiird.Jb 4 1 - TevlTS.p 3 1 Scrvpnti.il 4 1 I Itostelln.p 1 O c TotulM B-1 j:iTnll I" Siinimnr : Itoni run. Kulik, ltra'11i,. Tlirrr-I.thii hltfc- nrB'lhM. Hinder... Mniui'vi. Tho-Iiiiw- liilti- rirniltij. Htkp4 Hi 'lv lera 1. Mprventl I. Hliuck out --Ilj tcilrrii , Serrntl i. BLUOOERS IK WIN. t.irr'i Hlunseri reiflatered u it tn 3 victory ever thn Herri All Htur. ieorln i lilir perrrntigt of their run on mors Pbirien iffalnut the loer. Ihe frore LAKV'B BU OCliKS SEKI'A A I.L STANK All K H AH M H Wolcntt.lf II 21 3 2 Vlerri.w SS Ililiehe.Sb P I'ndiloi'k.K 1 1 Jemmp.im-p Kni!",n. JiirMi.i-f CirltMle.r rlnn-ntlno.Jb I.iry.p re Hlimsterti.rf Anther. rf TMdIk ,". (I '.' It ft 1 .1 ft I 1 I I 1 0 1 l.onil.f J n li 0 niKrjiik.lh 1 1 1 Meri..i. Jl I 1 J I !H7i.li- : n..ii..-r n ft (i i, n.ne.rf i ft I ft tuiTn'iis ;-n :: Tolino hit -Vicrra. .liTnin'. Stni.k ih t - llv Inn i , M e r i . . Hulked II j- Urj il. r!era 1, Siinilnnri : I, nr.. linvY I. ItaltHin llilnel.o I. JOURNALISTS TRIUMPH. The Itevlew 4nnrniil nine, foriiifrlv the tieMmont Merchant. xenrH u i:i to '!-. lory ofer the nakhind Native Hone. l'uTt'tt if l net Journal aqnad lilt three for the. In. Minllnir ii homer, double, nnd a einile. I'rrry aleo 01 tliren for five for the winner, and Ammenalo did the anmt for Hit Mere.. The wore: ItEVIEW JlirilNAI. loAkt.ANI) HUNS All It III All It II .-. 1 .llllrecboe.lb .' I '.' .". 1 '.lHh.irichi.il. 4 il I :t 1 I'll. a Marr.a 4 n e I I II yl.nn.M, I II I lerr.v.lf silver. 'lh lieckirlti A rn i ;i , v t'orhett.rf A. r runt. 'Jh II. Vrinnlr.;'f Valcnela.r. Iv.:l., Amnions I 1 inhere, 1 Alimer.lf Wetinn.rf .lefferv.i Hrlffith" i nrlndel.rf 0 u 11 n 1 I Total an t:t 1.1 fotalu :in 711 Slim ma rv: Home run t'orhett Tliri'a-hae lilts .I.eval. Ilrecho. ' nn Iin hite II. Ycr. iiionleK. oltoii, Cnrlietl. rtafci'M on ball "ff Utnl . Jefferv 2. Griffith 2. Htruck nut -llj Ival J I, Jefferv S. MERCHANTS WIN. Al:inied;i Mcrrliaiilc. scored nn K lo n vie. lory nsrr the .I lm-on OH llurilers. .I,,Titi-.,.ii led (lie nitinlni: eltack IMi three fur four, liidinir tvo ilnuMeH null a t. nule Id drive in three rn?m Meranlev i.r tli(. unine teiun hit three for five Tile unre: IOIINMON 111 'HNKKKi AI.AMIMIA MIMd ll All It II All It II .-, I I Cencnt k,i II 2 nter.lf Coein;n,.2b llnbl..:il Jerome. Mtrobmler.lb I'hrlatlna.rf Mrkron.lf i;l(;le.r Mowanl.p Hivfklnn.ef ft Mrciinle ,r( liMilnH.ef 1 Minenn,:tb Mliijuk.'.'l. filStepnKrafe.lb 2 K 1 1 1 m I . I IVraM.e 01 Wrinbt.p OlCorlielll.ib 1 4 ft 4 II 4 ft 4 I 4 1 ? 1 I 0 I 4 I (I II II 4 0 ft 4 II I i I (I 3 I II a i 2 Total. l 3 Slrolala .12 S 111 Siiinninry: Three-baaii bit t'eieork. Tno. hnsu hlli. Jobimon 2. rorhelll, ltobti, Slroli-niler, Mlekaon. Ilnsen on balln (Iff Wrlk'bt 1. Howard R. reaenck 1. Struck nut llv Wrlcht 7. tlowiril ii. Peacock II. Umplren trill an. I Kllvn. CRUSHED BY STORES. Phil r;ufieh pitched ttie s. 1'. Hlnres r.ine to a II to 4 victory over the Orniiuc rrub team Ic. ncore lite third straight ntn. Itniro of the loner toil the hitting wit li four fur five. Willi liniiliti loppinR liU team three for four. The pei-w:' (lltAMIK CHt'SH S. V. NTOItKrl All it til aii i: ii r. I'nvrlrn.lf I'ronin.a ltaKn.21, l.anclonl.cf Smith. lb Itraln.rf I'owles.Sb Silva.c McCurron.p ft 2'FcrnB'idf r.lf 4 ft Oilllfn.nl. 2li ft 1 4IFmelili. 4 ft Ullvnldl.cf ' 4 it o;Wincl.eter.lb 4 I oj.l. I.alntlch.rf :: II ft:Ab:ew.c ;i 1 SlliuKich.i) 4 1 2 1 1 1 I ft ft 0 :i Total. 4 tii:Tlala 11 12 .uiiimnrv: Thrt'c-baee lilt .T. l.ittieticti. Two.,i.,. hiteM. I.ftbetich. MeCarron end Win belei-. Itaai-H n:i lull!.-lrf MeCnrn-n I. iJiiuii-b Struck out My Met'arron 2. lliiKicb 4. Wild .ltcb Mcrnrron. 1 PAINTERS WHITEWASH PETS Fcrrlcrrt alinweil only Iwi. biu ind fanned 12 lialler-i aa In. helped Fr!edm-in Till t. to whllewn ll Mlller'a Pet Shop. II to II. Kclh, liltebor for l'ete. fanned II batter, but ;:1-toned a iiirnv Ult". KIIIKH.MAN I'AINTRMlI.I.Kn S PUT SIKlf All It II! All l: II Knrel, nh Vnre.2b Perry. If Xenlo:'.:i.cf l l olo a l.ilileo. lb llronkfleld.rf f'oatn.c Kerriera.p 3 1 ft! Ilasl.iem.c 4 ft ft ." 1 1 Mirny, of .1 2 2 llililer.2b 4 1 2i.lul.rson.lf 4 1 llKelly.p ft 1 llairlnem.rf 4 (I ft 4 0 2 4 ft ft .1 0 ft .1 ft ft 3 ft ft .1 ft 0 3 0 0 2 SUVrml.aa. 3 1 ajrnlhiirn.lb 4 0 1 Coil.31) - Total .ISlllll Total 0 2 Sumnmrv: Two-bne bits Mendoxa, I. Wnlke.l by Ferrlera.2: hr Kelly. 3. Struck out by Kerriert,l2; by Killy, II. By DOB ZUPPKE Famous Football Coach AN AI7TICLE IN THE 9THCDL J! WOUlO HELP A LOT m I j i Fan waiting ln Line tr World SeHes NEW YORK. Sept. 20. W William Cunningham, who describes lilmsolf as a former railroad fireman from Kansas City, cormpletcd the t'lr-t (l.iy of his wait for the first mo: id series ticket this afternoon. Tho series otens a avccU li.mi tomorrow, and ( iiiiiiImi;Iiiiiii i still the whole line of aspniiiits for early entrance. Ho said his capital consisted of $1.20. biK lie hoiies 10 rxisc food money by charging for answers to questions ns to why lie started nailing co soon. Tiie only answer lie has been iihlc to think up ko far Is that he was nosed out of first-place last year. ECKHARDT IS IlLHIi UilUlf 'Ith a batting average of . ft T I and a lead of 1 G points over Johnny llassler, his nearest rival. Oscar Lrkhardt, outfielder of the Missions, Is due to be irowi'.eil the champion hitter of the I'acirie Const League for the second sue-cesftlve season. Althout'li he played in but 91 games compared to 147 by Rassler. Ihe Mission player rales as a regular beenuse lie has been In al least half of those on the complete schedule. (Ircgory M ullea vy, u'ilh a .n.'ii average, Is the best fnl- the (al;. Leroy Anton with .:II7 uml I la be rinelli with .31 are the otln i Oal... Ill the pele.-t idass. Arnold Stulz of Seattle. Loni; l-'inney of rortlatof and Manager (Jeorcre Ruins of the Missions "'" running Hnssler a close rare fop aecond honors. Jerry Donovan. Seal outfielder, leads the league In runs scored with 170. Official baiting averages. Including all games to date, follow: i: All. It. II. pill 1 111 VII r. Kcliliririlt. Mi. . llalcr. Iliilt.. . . Htiilr. I,. A Klnni'l . I't.rt. . . . Inni. Seal .itainliiicli. I.. A . . . i;.vnlm:iii. i,. I'urlilc. 1 1 1 1 -. .. II. Jr.linrn i fort . MfniTu". P'.rl. flor'lacarv. tl c. , , Mtilleavv. Oak. . Sleliil.acker. Sic. IVflrxlnll, Sri.-Ogle. In. .. A . I.. Alniada .Mis... liiiililiell. I.. A... Hacker. Sac Hrannoii. Holl,i. . Anten. Oak Illliillne. I -nr I. .. Muni. S r Wcr... S r sunk. s. r Pinelll. Oak I'itaf.wlrlck. IVirl Welch, s.'ni. . . t'linillll. Sac Krecvn Ii. I,. A l. Alliiiniii, NmiI Ocril.alill. S I'.. . Kcceci . I rl . I ellatliMi I loll t l.lllanl. I.. A llcrccr. Port Miilllioin Inrl. . Katltio. Oak. Raimonrli. Oali. . Iilttmar, I,. A . . octinrn. Port. BlackerhT. Oak. Huffv. Mla. . . . l avciiei. S. K p, ,ic s. I . . Uhalt. Oak t iiliaiiin. Sac .... Iialilirrcii. Mi". . t'l .117 I'll lit I '. I : I "il I . I 'III . i ;in lilt! .'.Hit III". 1 '.'II 20i mo i en tin "7 I I 1 is mi . I'i7 .liin i;:::. 181 1 .14.-. !:: lit .mfi . r.o :''ir .144 fill.' . H 4'-l . l :in -li ,U'.:i in: .195 roA .ITT. H7I .i:iS 471 I7J ill.l HI II". II 1 1"! 111 I l:t ll'J 53 HI .us i.'.s .171 IIS If! I7n IiiO .110, I! ) 4 'Il I I IJ I '111 181 . 3il I on . I '''J Iff) 37 m i!4l ll 27 p'.i, !'l v: i i ."117 ,2!i7 f).l 64 am l nn I i! . .McNecb. Mr'ulil. Mi' lli.lli Kaiiipt .III! r. i.. t v, i . :. . I! i.l.i l.v. Mr' . . . l-.r.-nz I, S K . l'narnrl. I... . Fruiinker. Oak. .. Glsirter. Oak. Win-. Snc Ili.ffiiiiiini. M'r, . '. Hlierlnck, Mi'.. H" Miti'i.. S. v.. I'nlinlannnn. 1 .irt . W n llyrcn. S F ... Oaiia. S F . Fenabrky. Oak. . . lie Vivcri.,-. I.. A. Kintana, Oak. . . . N. Nclri'i. Sen t . . 117 . 1 4 1 fS5 re 24 ro "r, , ,i . M . I'.s . S3 132 il'is l.MI ", I 13 1 1 3f I 'I MILPITA8 DEFEATS MACYS Mncy Mnvers nf liaklini't inii' l.-d In Mil- ttilaa tn t.n ilcfcitcit. 7 In c. !. llic 1; i Ii'.'iiii. Pnlra inn) H'llicr f-.r M.l'i!-i-. null i' Mai v iv. rc llic hllfin,' sin.-. S rn.i'i.-ttcr,. tln.nv.i il at tiie niiilc f'.nr I.' Mail. M A I ' I" MOVCIIS Mil. PITAS II' All I! II A Mi.cv.lf r.Ma.v.Ui lll.- linnhirl.c ii..; ',. . i .... r I inelnin!i.',.':ii Flerkci.;ci'i, Villain. rf Kct..l.. I II ll.cilin, I 1 SlSnnrr- ! I 'J Ki.'I.i. I O I' I 'Ml ri. . II V Wip-.. ll I I llOlnrlir I. .. L' J t.clln i.V , i 1 '-1 1 i r!. . f 4 n J! Ak :.ir p I I il Tnlnl I." I! Ill Tn til I Niitiniinrv : Struck cut 1,. - I! 'veil'. A Kajei n r . V. Walled ,r- Itcv. ll , 1 A -". i. Three. hae til If Put t a niut linn liakn liil llepclln. S',i.r,. an.l pulru. ll'illhk' iln.l Flcckpiialcin t't liiv. COAIMElt COLLECT The Wiilr. i nal I ..mpniiv n m- seercit nn ' 1. 1 S vletnry nvcr tlie I'.'llr. llrnjiv',, F.I.I'T, nf Hie winners cminceleil for a Iiiiiiki'. T Ii' Kcnrc ; I'AIT. llltlTl en. WATK ITl.M, ( AH 11 III Al! I! II nnsr'a'iil.ll. i -i J 1 Pnrlrisn.viTrr' I n ii lirei.ef - -I '1 'Jl'liitlc.t:, 'j ) 11 llri.liii r.-JI, il I I.; .,, ..jf c( :l :t Kf Itv .:il.-1 1, .", 0 1 Mnrr e.ef -ll V I il Sarnli'i'Mill.lf il II 1 1WII ii'inin ..a V V V.IlaBlAml.cf . 0 Iii Norl.rl.'ue Vli :t .T 2 Wfviii. 4 a n'l'ciT ' r ; n . :.ii s i I Call. urn. r ,T a il'Fcm.e , V 0 11 Cnyle.i-:th ' 4 0 'J Fulci r n I a 1 Hnue. If 'J li 1 ' IlivTpu i.p 1 ll 0 Tntnl s 1J! Tnial 'JI 1 1 rrc.Iit rictoi.i l':ll. ..t:er. lit.'lr'e ri f. n I Co: Ic. Hi'ine runs F'uiiiTie. l ull.,. in. Tlirce-hi' r- hitr Wllilaiinnn. IVnns FlrM Im-c ml cnlled liall nfr -I'alcnncr s. nrf niridni ll. I'nyle 8. Slrnck nut hy Eul' oner 7i, liy Hlvlilson 4, liy Co3 lp .". FIREMEN DEFEATED 171. II'.KKITO FlltE r.IPOI.I I PHI T All It II' f.axiiki.Vb Mnrn.sn A.t'arnan.Sb .Ifirrllnc.lf Hiinta.cf ll.iwka.lb Mack.rf Clnrk.c Ailtllesn.n .". I :: W.elie.rf i1. ti V tienrnp.na A 0 1 1ll. Hnirni.lt 4 ll 1 liluni.'J't i! I 1 T'ic.'ielll,::b 4 I V! Miircfi.rf 4 II 1 1 l.ini.rniii.lb 4 I) O Tin Inr. c 4 0 tliWaldi.ii Xcvlni N.flonlnl El lL'l Total ii i V, 0 fi .", II 1 .'! 0 1 it 0 II I 0 (I V tl II II tl 0 1 II II 18 oi Total S. J. A. C. 10. DEM0LAY 1 Alamcila Cliaplcr of PcMtiliiy w:ia helil tn only V. Iiita by Amarkl when HI. Joieph'a Atliletlc flub put river a 10 Ic. 1 iv In. Amnr:il ent 11 tn the l.cncli on strikes ST. JOSEPH'S A. ( AI.A. HE.Mol.AYS All It ill aii i: ii Ib'dl.i in.lf McNeil.. 'lb Slmhis.lli Ttllllnilli.c rialllapy.cf Po'an.a.1 - Ilrii7r.!nt.rf Prnily.rii Amaral.li ;i 3 llnernat.'f 4 : lll.n'nl.."!. 4 0 l'Klnvi.el. 4 1 tlllinvkvJI) 4 1 l'l.lei,K,.n.lf 4 1 lIKnvers :i ; ii'llufrina'i.rf r, n nlKapipr.tb 4 0 liWar.l.Hi ilnr.liier.p J-ticknn.v.r' Tinltnnan.e M To ll Total v t 1 j h o 1 a 0 .'! II II .". II I 2 ii li .1 0 0 1 O 0 2 O 11 0 0 0 :i o o 10 0 t Ot 0 ui"t Total ORST TARS TRIM A hae,nll tetim composed of pl;t;.crs who ivfiif' Hlmhurst. uni-firins ; c.it-s no. plnypd under th name nf Elnihu:-?.t fild Timers and defr-ated Rohnk Sports Shop of yount'er athletes, r, to 3. A crowd etiniaiod at ftfifiO itnessed tha (.iime nnd saw nick Arlett show flashes of bis old time form on the mound. lie nicked Robak hurlers for two hits in two trips to the plate. Pitcher Art Dolanoy and Catcher "Roil" Rnldwin. former San Kran-riseo Seal battery, worked the last two inninps for th? Old Timers, rvte Starasinich also did some pood work in the field and with the l.nt lor the Obi Timers. Elinhurst fans Hie in favor of maklni; the Old Timer game an annual event. In another came. Robak Cubs defcnteil iJi i.iixe Laundry. 3 to 2. A home run bv lii'EO was the o-nly bit for tlie launil; laen. iton.xh, si r. 1. 1. Hi's al.U TIMbltS All K I.- A it II 11 ( 4 I ' tVl'.l -t ;; 1 l phi. '.li l l I.. .. - a. I I !: inl. Ii I'. ' K.-rr. ; I' I " I I "..-. .-. I I I I 1 2 I lie 1 m : li j!i rl If ii 0 .1 II I iiii.!.: r.lia.i ;; V I r.e I II..I, ArVll.p " 1 ' An leiiH-t.p 2 0 J l'i-..rr,.ii.iinii.-ij I e o I'lc-c'l. 2 t o !tr-. I'.aiiHi in.c 0 0 0 .; i Inoi!'; .'17 n l.rr..: I . I err'- rn ,, Kloreiice, ii..i l -.r. c I'll -l.-wi. Tivi-...I I . r.. ii-i .. I'.r., mi, r lira. Stari- , i p.,:... ,:i 11- off Hnir.il i!, s i .. !, s-' v.i llrnzll 1, Tola i:.i .: i r I . A A. -I : iH i.ri. ; 1 I iiiim-i. -liar. it '. i. I 'i A I'. t ' i f. A K I I MS AK It It "r. I I 'I :.a .1 4 - ; - 110 n ii ,n!.:t..-r li v. .' " Ii Mi. il. Ji. ii ii Vicrta.lf O n l.,ffc:l lh n 0. K a Irk. ' !M. nielli p .1 i a :t a I son 3 n I .10 0 II 0 0 .1 0 0 in. .ni.::ii li Sei:? v. i Fnntes, ji TnlnN -. - li Tot ale "r! 7. ft ri 1 1 1 iii r i lli'inc r'l ... N'.l.ri.i . ll:i. I MniicHi '.', I'mil' K 'I' ll J. Mcnii" li I. K lll.il PCOC I 1 I' !'' l.'.'lin. Tri o i:,ne 111 In, cm iniiie - inr alclc I Hiriiek full B. c Hit i.j pit. lied rrirrHAn fa r',i, i i '. n . THIRTEEN I .'. , , 'l. rcrti-4. I:,, -!.. r i ii. ii ! l ev ivera i . ; ii-. 1 ;i v liW fanner) 1 r 1 1 I' i.ril I '' ...ii-'leh fnr i i , i i" i. t j'.iia i I'mmI t JiinV8 IIA I T'. K. H vl! l; ll All It HI . ,u.. i : ' ii. I"". a I .nl.r.. I, en ' . t I..r '.. , 111. II 4 I e V k i rt '!' ' I 1 "' M, v. '.. M il ' r, i .1 n ft 4 ii O :i 1 J 4 l : i 4 I) 7 4 1 1 4 0 0 l. n-. .. .ii-irlicB i Mcr- i I. M:i 1 M I el 54 1 1 iic, dan i liartfe , I l.ili Pa- i. I. ii.l... Mn-. 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II 7 "J 4 ITiic il 'J I V " ati n it trim- rf 2 n I) r, t l 1 o 4 0 1 3 1 t 4 1 l V. 0 0 4 I 0 4 ll i n 0 i I o M.Ti.Mi.,.tl,.'ili ! .I,.!... f -Til On -'. K . I. .VI. li 1 I I I I I. I. n I I .'. 1 I'.ilv 1 CITTII I i ; t 1 7 t K 1 Tn!.i ' I I Smith. Hiie.lciri h.T- 17" Hlteclim ':..:. i l..-i Kvle, t I.. Weirler (11), 'Y me - liolirs. I'Ti -. -. Mil T Ami. I -en Hi V. I i I -1 BT.UEB RCOI'.F. F1HUT0UT Meirnue l!i'l:l!ril IrilVe'ei! In S.m Mntem t I'" ,l.fe:ifei I.' Hie 11 1 ILS nf llilll cil.V. ll to II liclie r'!llllll'iZ7i lei, In- nea! tu S iil'.r.-'l I, K i Ii i !e . F I ' I. ! t v.B. i.icfce.l for In. I. ut rrii.e I i ni ni'.r I n fnucli battle for 7 I'M-.! a-. ;.ini nli.l 'ei. i n rt.irreil In lh fiei.l Miit.itnsr bill, wan MAI En .Ttl.PM All It IP I a u -"n Il7."r,rr 4 ll 'T;til.a 4 a V Ami. If 4 ii " ; i i v r . ' r All 11 II f l-'rn.ir i! O 1 : i l .". 1 1 .-. i n 4 1 V i! O 1 .1 1 I .10? 2 0 0 Miir.'li n.i ef Knvclitlnl.ir Irl'-.ll. I..ir:'ii;-:iiia."li Iteir.VI, Vein '. Turiil.iill.as bl'linlt.p A very C. Hnvcll! Inl .". ii i k, ,... :n, :' a V" lcr:i".l!i 4 ll V lll-ci 'J'i 1 ll li il'l'..ine!l.c o a C:inii.7.zi.ii 1 II III 1 II II Tnlnl .'il il M Teinl .ti a io i'. l;..vc.it;ni i.Mtt.ji, f,,r 'nirnhnll ' Iii tb. Avery l.nttc.l fer l.llii.rt in lab. Siniiiiipr. : l rcrl l vi.t.in- C.imnzrl. Charf; feat E'M.itt. TTvn l.ns,. Iiitv Keane. flrpt I.H.-C nn cnllcrl hills off famnrrl. 4: off Elliott, 0. Slrn.'k nit by Elllntt. 6. I'mplrei llurtia nnrl Ca-cy. Eytetlinlls! ' A. .,... rtt:.-l I OLO EL! RQ8AKS A. A. A. ' j AUTO RACE At the New Rebuilt SAN JOSE SPEEDWAY America i most daring .drivtrt J Eralt Trlppl.t, B.h. $,pp Ktlly V Pellllo, Lti Spanjlw, Sam Ptlattr nd olhn leading ipd HIfc- Sunday, Sept. i$ TIME TRIALS 1:00 P. M. rlRir RACE 8.00 P. M. FREE PARKINS ,

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