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Major League Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE G. AB R. U. Pet. Williams, Boston. 147 513 115 1SU .»4X Kell. Detroit 131) 511 <J7 1TI .Hll DUIinger, SI. L. 131 (51!l (ili 101 .31« UlMajfij, Boston 137 STi 122 17!) .:MH Mitchell, Clc'land ]»!) 000 7-1 IS 1 ! ,31l( NATIONAL LEAGUE G. AB K. H. Pc(. slaughter, st. L. i IH r>3() ui m .:sta Uobinson. Brklyn. H!) 57(1 in 105 .:i42 Musial, SI. Louis HSf 57!) JBl IM'J .;«•> Thomson, N. York 118 (>1« i)7 l!)l .31:; Kluzewski, Cln'atl 127 4!Mi (i(i 153 .3«a UOMERUNS Kiner, Piralcs ..• 53 Williams, Red Sox 41 Stephens, Ked Sox ;j<j Musial, Cardinals ;i3 Sauer, Cubs -»j RUNS BATTED IN Williams, Red Sox 155 Stephens, Red Sox 153 Wcrtz, Tigers 133 Kiner, Pirates ; 122 Robinson, Dodgers lit) Cards, Dodgers Exchange Shutouts Sept. 22, 1949 17 f Mason City Globe-Gaitlte, r.Ii.on City, I*. Indianapolis Gains FinaLs in Playoffs By The Associated Press Indianapolis, 2nd-place winner in the American Association's 1949 baseball race, and 3rd-place Milwaukee will open the final league playoff series Friday al Indianapolis, i The Indians won the 7th and deciding game of the semifinals from Minneapolis 8-5 Wednesday night for the right to meet Milwaukee. The Brewers eliminated pennant-winning St. Paul with a 7-6 triumph on Tuesday. Des Moines Squares Western Playoff Series With Pueblo Dodgers By The Associated Press The Western league's final playoffs for the governor's cup were all even at 2-2 Thursday after Des Moines whipped Pueblo Wednesday night 5-3. They are playing a best of 7 series. Pitcher Don Swartz, who twirled shutout relief ball from the 7th on, won the ball game by tripling home the winning run in the 8th. Swartz scored on Danny Lynch's single with the final tally. Des Moines starting pitcher, Larry King, was forced out with a possible leg fracture suffered while sliding back to first on a pickoff attempt in the 6th. Vic Marasco, Pueblo's brilliant outfielder, was hit on the head with a thrown ball in the first and removed from the game. His condition was believed to be not serious. He was struck by the relay of his triple. Paul Schramka poled a 2-run circuit clout in the 6th that pulled Des Moines up to a 3-3 tie. AP Wirephoto BETTERS OWN RECORD— Ralph Kiner, star slugger for the Pitsburgh Pirates, happily wipes his face in the dugout Wednesday night after pasting out his 52nd homer of the season, beating his own previous mark of 51 and Hearing the National league all-time record of 56. The Bucs bowed to the Boston Braves 9-7 despite Kiner's efforts with the bat. Ralph Kiner Ahead of Pace by Wilson New York, (/P) — Pittsburgh's Ralph Kiner hit his 51st and 52nd homeruns Wednesday night to go 2 games ahead of the pace set by Hack Wilson, who established the National league record of 56 while with Chicago in 1930. Kiner, however, is 5 games behind the major league record pace o£ Babe Ruth who poled '60 for the 1927 New York Yankes. Kiner Ruth . Wilson Homer fll-52 No. Games 145 Ml) 117 To Play 0 14 x-8 Roe Notches 2-Hit Tilt in Night Contest Yankees See Margin Sliced to 2 Games By RALPH RODEN Associated Press Sports Writer The Brooklyn Dodgers are still in the thick of the National league pennant fight Thursday thanks to Preacher Roe, a skinny lefthander with plenty of heart and pitching savvy. Roe kept the Dodgei's" finger in the pie Wednesday night when he pitched his mates to a 5-0 triumph over the league-leading St. Louis Cardinals in the night portion of a day-night doubleheader. The victory was a "must" as the Cards had scored a 1-0 victory behind Lefly Max Lanier in the afternoon to boost their lead to 2i games over the embattled Dodgers. Bosox Gain Full Game "While the spotlight centered on the Card-Dodger doubleheader, the New York Yankees' American league lead was cut to 2 games over the Boston Red Sox. The Yanks were upset 10-9 by the Chicago White Sox while the Red Sox clowned the Cleveland Indians 9-6. Roe's excellent job reduced Brooklyn's deficit to a game and a half again and evened the pressure for Thursday night's 3rd and final game of the series. The Dodgers are expected to send Ralph Branca (13-5) or Lefty Joe Hatten (11-8) against the Cards' Red Hunger (15-6) in the series finale. Roe limited the Cards to 2 singles and faced only 28 men in besting Harry Brecheen, Ted Wilks and Al Brazle. Brecheen held the Dodgers scoreless until the 4th when they clouted him and Wilks for all 5 Iowa Plays Revitalized UCLA in Major Inter sectional Game Prep Grid Slate Iowa City—Right in style with its Big Ten brethren, the University of Iowa here Saturday will open its 61st football season against a major opponent, U. C. L. A. of the Pacific Coast. The day of the easy opener and the lop-sided win is over. The revitalized Bruins of U. C. L. A. are major in every sense of the word: an intersectional foe and the first team from California to appear in Iowa stadium. An anticipated crowd which AP Wirephoto HAPPY DODGERS—This trio of Brooklyn Dodgers (left to right) Outfielder Duke Snider; Pitcher Preacher Roe and Outfielder Louie Olmo, express their joy in dressing room Wednesday night after the Dodgers defeated the Cardinals 5-0 after dropping a 1-0 afternoon game. Snider poled a homer, Olmo drove in 2 runs with a triple and Roe served up a starvation diet of 2 hits. < x-Wilson played in 155 games in 193(1. Wilson hit his 53rd homerun m his 152nd game on Sept. 22. Ruth socked his 53rd in his 143rd game on Sept. 16. Emmetsburg J. C. Wins 7-0 Contest Over Eagle Grove Emmetsburjr—The Emmetsburg jaycees won their 2nd. straight Northwest Iowa junior college conference encounter when they defeated Eagle Grove..junior college 7-0 here Wednesday night. A 2nd quarter touchdown was the lone score of the game. Ted Graves scooted 25 yards for the marker. The visitors were threatening in the last quarter and a long aerial was dropped in the end zone in the final minute of play. Rudd Clips Maroons 7-1 The Rudd Rangers built up an early lead to coast by Holy Family 7-1 at East park WcJnesHay afternoon in the final baseball game for the Maroons until they enter the sectional tourney at Hanlontown Saturday. The Rangers .splurged with 5 runs, in the first 2 frames without d hit. They had the benefit of 6 walks and 3 errors. Marty Lerach was lifted in favor of Bobby Brunson to start the 3rd and the latter gave up the 3 hits ORDER NOW! NEW FALL Custom Tailored SUITS and TOPCOATS More than 1,000 fabrics to choose from. Latest fall colors. PRICES START $52.50 Ed Finnegan CUSTOM MADE CLOTHES 24A 1st St., S. E. Across From Davidson's ALTERATIONS - REPAIRS 25 Years Clothing Experience Women's National Golf Play Begins Landover, Md., (JP) —Top lemi- j nine golfers open play Thursday in the "Women's National Open. : Leading a field of 11 pros and 49 amateurs at Prince Georges Country club was a threesome of Sally Sessions of Muskegon, Mich., Polly fiiley of Fort Worth, Tex., and Maureen Orcutt of New. York City: The op'en is a 72-hole medal play affair ending Sunday. For the pros there is $7,500 in cash prizes at the end of the grind and for the amateurs 10 other awards. The tourney over the 6,892-yard, par-75 layout is being sponsored by the recently-organized ladies' PGA and is being run by Tourney Director Fred Corcoran. Mohawks, W. Waterloo in Mile Team Race Friday Afternoon The Mason City Mohawks will compete against West Waterloo here Friday in a mile team race at Roosevelt stadium slated at 5:30. Competing for Mason City will be Bob Wade, Ted Cubbison, Al Gilbert, Roger Goodnow, Dave Birch, Ralph Decker and Larry Boyce. The Mason City team, coached by Bill Moore, will compete at Iowa City on Oct. 15 in the state mile team race and on Oct. 29 at Iowa City in the state cross country meet. The Mohawks placed 4th in the cross country meet last fall. Iowa State First Foe Iowa City—It's a strange fact that U. C. L. A., the Saturday opponent of Iowa, started its inter- against another Hawkeye state: Iowa State. The' Bruins lost to Iowa State in 1926, 20-3. U. C. L. A. played its first football game only 30 years ago; Iowa had its •I opener 60 years back. runs. The Cards won the nerve- tingling day game in the 9th inning when Joe Garagiola singled with the bases loaded and none out off Don Newcombe. Robinson Thumbed Out At this point the Dodgers held a conference around Newcombe. Plate Umpire Bill Stewart ordered the Dodgers to resume action and when Robinson made a "choking gesture" at Stewart, he was Probable Pitchers AMERICAN LEAGUE Xcu- York (Rnschi 1i)-in> at Washington (Scarborough 12-11)—night. (Only game scheduled). NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia (Borowy l'2-ll) at Chicago (Lcoimrd 7-lfi). New York (Kennedy 11-13 and Bowman D-0) at Cincinnati (Pcrkowski 0-1 and Vander Mcer 5-!))—'J games.' Boston (Sain 10-1.1) at Pittsburgh (Dickson !)-!4)—iiiirht. Brooklyn (Branca 13-5) al St. Louis (Mnnger l.T-(i)— night. tossed out of the game. Garagiola followed with his game winning blow, a hit off the glove of Ed Miksis, Robinson's replacement. Lanier allowed only 5 singles in recording his 5th straight victory and his best since his return from Mexico. Yanks Blow 8-1 Lead The Yanks blew an 8-1 lead in losing to Chicago. Gus Zernial climaxed an uphill battle with a game-winning 3-run, pinch-hit homer in the 9th inning off Joe the Rangers garnered. Paul Morrison, 2nd baseman, paced thef Rudd attack with a double and triple and drove in 4 markers. Coach Tom Tierney said Jim Roark, Maroon centerfielder, will be out of action Saturday due to an ankle sprain sustained Wednesday. KUDU—7 AB R Larson, ttb :! liornstcin, ss :t Morrison, 2U :t n. Kleckner, p X R. Larson, If •! R. Klcckner, c X Lackorc, ib •! Christiansen, cf ... :t Newton, rf 'i Jorgeuson, It (I Totals 28 HOLY FAMILY—I AB Vega., 3b S Knnz, 2b 2 White, .ss :< Sheehy, Jb :< Madden, c H Roark, cf :< Lynch, cf :< Ryan, If :i Lerach, p " Brunson, p 3 Totals 26 Score by innings: K II II (I I n o n n n it ro n •t i i II it n 2 (I II 0 1 l> II I) h ro X (i 1 I o (i D U 1 J3 RUDD HOLY FAMILY •410 20!) OOU 01)0 1—I 4 sectional series team from the HEAR THE » University o2 Iowa FOOTBALL GAMES Broadcast Over KSMN ON YOUR DIAL AT 1010 By Sportscasrer Gene Shumate Direct From Stadium, Home or Away Every Sat at 1:00 P. H. FIRST GAME SATURDAY, SEPT. 24 IOWA vs U. C. L. A. I This Sports Event Presented By I LAPINER MOTOR CO. I PEOPLES' GAS & ELECTRIC CO. I COOL SPRING CANNING CO. Page. Boston was forced to come from behind to beat the Indians, winning in the 7th on Ted Williams' 41st homer, Vern Stephens' double, a sacrifice and Al Zarilla's fly. Outside of the pennant races, the chief excitement was provided by Pittsburgh's Ralph Kiner. Kiner belted his 51st and 52nd homeruns of the season as the Pirates bowed 9-7 to the Boston Braves. Kiner is 2 games ahead of the National's record pace of 56 set by Chicago's Hack Wilson in 1930 but he's 5 games behind the gait of Babe Ruth, who established the major league record of GO homers for the 1927 New York Yankees. In the other National league games, the Chicago Cubs and the Philadelphia Phils divided a doubleheader as did the New York Giants and the Cincinnati Reds. The Phils beat the Cubs 3-1 in the opener but lost the nightcap 9-6. The Reds shaded the Giants 5-4 in 10 innings but the Giants won the windup 5-2 in 7 frames. Art Houtteman pitched the 1 Detroit Tigers to a 4-1 victory nver Philadelphia and Dick Weik hurled Washington to a 7-0. 3-hit triumph over St. Louis in the remaining American league activity. Errors: Larson 2, Morrison ~i, Vega. 2, Kunz, Ronrk 2, While, Sheehy; runs batted in: Morrison -1, Larson, U. Kleckner; two-base hits: Morrison, Lnckore; three- base hit: Morrison; stolen bases: Morrison, R. Larson; double plays: Morrison to Itorn.stcin to Lackore (8), Lynch to White; left on bacs: Holy Family 4, Rudd 7; bases on balls: Off Lerach .1, Kleckner; strike-outs: Kleckner •!, Lerach a, Brunson :i; lilts' off: Lerach 0 for r> runs In 2 Innings, Brunson S for 3 runs in 5 innings; hit by pitcher, by: Lerach (Clirls- tianson); losing pitcher: Lerach; umpires: Blanchard. Stranahan, Riegel Set Best Pace in Western Amateur By SKIPPER PATRICK. St. Louis, (/PHrFormer Titlist ''rank Stranahan and Defending Champion Skee Riegel looked like he best of the field Thursday in he Western Amateur golf tournament. They were the only 2 players to shoot sub-par figures on the tough Bellerive course in Wednesday's 'irst round matches. The Bellerive, a 5,505-yard par- 71 layout, is undergoing its first major tournament in a 39-year history. Two 18-hole rounds were carded Thursday. Riegel, of Upper Darby, Pa., was one stroke under par in beating Jolm Johnson, St. Louis, 5 and 4, Wednesday. He was paired with Harry Le Beau, St. Louis, in the 2nd round. Le Beau eliminated Kenneth Heilemann, also of St. Louis, 5 and 3. Stranahan, who also beat Bellerive's regulation figures by only one stroke, was matched with Donald Shock, Dayton, Ohio Stranahan, of Toledo, Ohio, eliminated Henry Timbrook, Jr., Indianapolis, 4 and 2. Shock eased by Robert Leacox, Kansas City 2 up. Eight-time Champion Charier "Chick" Evans, Jr., Chicago, was eliminated by Arthur Floberg Lake Geneva, Wis., 3 and 2. All of the favorites came :hrough Wednesday, but one o ;hem, Bo Wininger, Oklahoma A & M. star from Guthrie, Okla., had a close call over Jimmy Vickers Oklahoma university player from Wichita. Wininger won the matcl 1 up on the 18th \vith a par 3 when Vickers drove into a sand trap and may exceed 37,000 if the weather is good will watch Dr. Eddie Anderson of Iowa send one of his football teams into its 200th game. It's the start of Dr. Eddie's 8th year here and his 24th as a coach. "T" Vs. Single Wing Iowa's "T" and its passing attack with smart ends to grab the ball and the Uclans' single wing with balanced Une will have speed and power in the backfield. Hawk- eyes believe that their backfield fleetness is greater than since prewar days, and U. C. L. A. readily admits that the Bruins' backs can run. The Bruins cuffed Oregon State 35-13 with a rock and sock style of the Big Ten variety last Friday. They turned loose little Ernie Johnson, a tailback; and Howard Hansen, wingback, who averaged 12.6 yards in 10 carries; and Cliff Schroeder, a. spinning fullback. The line is big and experienced. Dr. Anderson will start a lineup of 10 veterans, with Bob Lage, eft guard, the only player with- ut game experience. He will vithhold some of his promising ophomores until conditions are •ight but expects to. get a good ook at such backs at Fred Ruck, Duane Brandt, Don Commack, Don E. Woodhouse, Bill Reichardt, and Don Riley and Linemen Andy Buntz, John T owner, Hu- jert Johnston, and Dave DePros- :>ero. Diverse Attack The Hawkeyes have a diversified attack but have yet to learn now well the team will go without Al DiMarco, the star passing quar- Wesl Waterloo at Mason City. Fort Dodge at Central Sioux City. Clinton at East Waterloo. East D. M. at St. Ambrose. Oclwein at Charles City. Waverly al Cresco. Dccorah at McKlnley C. R. New Hampton at Cedar Falls. Lake Mills at O&age. Eagle Grove at Humboldt. Clarion at Clear Luke. Iowa Falls at Hampton. Webster Cily at Algeria. Forest City at Brltt. Garner at Buffalo Center. Belmond at Northwood. Nora Springs at St. Ansgar. Rlceville at Manly. Greene at Rockford. Ventura at Livermorr. Bowling CITY LEAGUE W. Co-Mo Fhoto (> KICM li Dick's Bowling Center 5 Groh Spray Paint 1 Hub Clothiers . ; 4 Millers High Life 4 Northwestern Cement 4 Tip Top Tavern 4 U. P. \V. A. :... 3 Nichols Farm Equipment ;< Johnston Flowers H V. F. W. :t Decker Bros 3 Little Chef 2 Credit Bureau 2 Kozy Korner L. 0 Sports Calendar FRIDAY—(football) West Waterloo at Mason City, time 8. Mason City junior college at Waldorf, Forest City. SATURDAY—(baseball) Sectional tournament play begins. SUNDAY — North Central Iowa Rod and Gun field day. Reab D-X, Manly :> Barta Transfer 1 Parkit Market 0 Scars Roebuck .. •. 0 CITY BOWLING LEAGUE | Won 1st 3nd 3rd H.C. Tot. Millers III Life J 773 811 <!84 84R SOI;! Credit Bureau 2 84G 74B 770 3(iO 2732 C. Turnure, 222; Bob May, 571. Sears Roebuck 0 036 707 (if>5 180 217X V. F. W. ... 8 Olfi 8G1 741 432 2030 Rus, 231; 578. Nwn. Cement 2 755 740 847 42fi 2708 Hub Clothiers 1 735 810 831 SCO 2739 Perkle, 201; Leonard, 532. Barta Trans... 0 792 730 717 270 23ir> KICM 3 858 813 830 2(i4 2771 C. Balduf, 189; B. Torpin,-533. Parkit Mkt... 0 (iOO 559 703 3CO 2222 Co-Mo Photo. 3 813 759 790 450 2812 Don Robotka, 193; 515. Nichols F. Eq. 1 777 753 G93 42G 2051 Kozy Korner. 2 052' 797 747 4GO 2G4G L. llartwell, 189; 40G; J. Wells, 49G. Rcab D-X 2 78.-> 07,4 832 408 2fi99 Decker Bros.. 1 718 739 708 318 248.1 J. Yczek, 18!); L. Anderson, 513. Tip Top Tav. 2 855 813 814 Groh Spy. Pt. 1 778 774 857 needed 2 strokes to get out. The tournament ends Sunday. Eagles, Bulldogs Open NFL Season New York, (U.R) — The Polo Grounds air figures to be filled with passes Thursday night when the Defending Champion Philadelphia Eagles, favorites to keep the crown, meet the New York Bulldogs in the opening game of the National football league season. At the same time, the New York Yankees met the Los Angeles Dons in an All America football conference game at Yankee stadium. The Yanks had a won one, lost one record while the Dons had lost 2 and won one. Iowa Tackle Tallest, Youngest and Also Has Biggest Feet Iowa C i t y—Hubert Johnston, the Iowa tackle who already holds the distinction of being the tallest man- on the squad at 6 feet inches and the youngest at 18 years, 3 months, took first in another department the other day. Johnston drew the "biggest football ;hoe as game uniforms were dis- ributed, 15$. The catch is thai e wears the 15£ size on his lefl :oot, a 144 shoe on the right foot Shoe salesmen declare that while 70 per cent of shoe-buyers have slightly larger left feet than right ;he full size difference is quite an oddity. Equipment Manager Cliff Rittenmeyer declareF it an oddity too: "Next largest shoe on t'ae entire squad is a 12," he says. LEDYARD BALL CLUB BEATS TITONKA Ledyard—Coach George Nepstad's Ledyard high school baseball team defeated Titonka 9-1. The winners rapped out 14 hits while the losers were limited to 5. Knower, Ledyard hurler, collected a dozen strikeouts and Jorgenson smacked a homer. Nepstad has 31 boys reporting for practice on the Ledyard baseball squad. THE STANDINGS After 20 years as a double wingback player and coach, Florida's grid mentor, Ray "Bear" Wolf, has adopted the T formation this season. BENDIX SAVES TIME M. H. & B. Inc. Marslon-IIosletlfcr and Brown Bcndix Dealer Since 1938 22-24 First S. E. Phone 1488 FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press Worcester, Mass.—Don Williams, 1441,4 Worcester, outpointed Lew Jenkins, MO',S Swcctwatcr, Texas, 10. Ittle Chef ohn. Flowers 2 840 900 838 3G9 2953 C.- Penny, 278; (110. . P. W. A. .. 0 610 GOO 750 420 2470 Dick's Bo'ling 3 802 791 823 213 2G38 Mike Gasperi, 187; L. HolIiKan, 518. terback of last season. Jack Ditt- , Babe Eaitciaire, 197; 5«8. mer and Bob McKenzie, who snatched 42 passes last season, are ready again; and veteran runners include Don Fryauf, Mearl Naber, Jerry Faske, and Bob Longley. Iowa never has beaten a Pacific Coast team in 4 attempts. U. C. L. A. plastered 27-3 and 22-7 defeats on the Hawkeyes in 1938 and 1947. 114- 2«2G 231 2(>40 741 815 !)04 30!) 27G9 (Nothing like starting the season on the right track. Last week was smooth sailing but this coming week we'll try a pair of selections which will be short- enders.) LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Right Wrong Tie Pet. 18 0 0 1,000 Army to .beat Davidson (chalk up one right). Oklahoma to beat Boston college (but the Eagles are reported to be strong). . Syracuse to beat Boston U. Holy Cross to beat Georgetown. Princeton to beat Lafayette. Southern Cal to beat Navy. Villanova to beat Penn State (the Nittany Lion power slumps). Pittsburgh to beat William and Mary (close either way). Texas to 'beat Temple. Yale to beat Connecticut. Detroit to beat Tulsa. Illinois to beat Iowa State (this ain't Dubuque). Notre Dame to beat Indiana. Iowa to beat UCLA (pride of selection for alma mater). Colorado to beat Kansas (the Buffalo roam). Kansas State to beat Fort Hays. Wisconsin to beat Marquette but a Marquette win wouldn't be hocking). Michigan State to beat Michi_an (yup, that Spartan publicity las stunned me). Minnesota to beat. Washington*, Ohio State to beat Missouri. Nebraska to beat South Dakota. Northwestern to beat Purdue but it should be tight). Drake to beat Emporia State. Texas Christian to beat Okla- loma Ags (those Frogs really have aorns this season). Tulane to beat Alabama (wherein a Wave washes over the Tide). Mississippi to beat Auburn. •Rice to beat Clemson. Duke to beat Richmond. Georgia to beat Chattanooga. Vanderbilt to beat Georgia Owen, Frisch Each Draw $100 Fines Chicago, (ff>)—Catcher Mickey Owen of the Chicago Cubs was fined $100 and suspended for 10 days and Cub Manager Frankit Frisch fined $200 by Presiden Ford Frick of the National leagui for a ruckus in Brooklyn's 5-0 win over the Bruins Tuesday. Benny Friedman, Michigan All-American in 1926 who now is athletic director at Brandeis university, was football coach a CCNY from 1934 to 1941. Tech (a wreck for the Wreck). Louisiana State to beat Kentucky (strictly'guessing). Tennessee to b e a t Mississippi State. North Carolina to beat North Carolina State. Baylor to beat, South Carolina. Wake Forest to beat Southern Methodist (one of the shortender picks). Arkansas to beat North Texas State (the bullies). Texas Aggies to beat Texas Tech. California to beat St. Mary's. Oregon to beat Idaho. Washington State to beat Montana. Utah to beat Oregon State. Santa Clara to beat San Jose. Stanford to beat Harvard (an Indian uprising). Cornell to beat Niagara. TEXAS ROSES Friday Afternoon and Evening and Saturday 99° M. H. & B. Inc. Phone 1488 Marston-Hostetler and Brown 22-24 Ist'S, E. NATIONAL LEAGUE SI. Louis t Brooklyn Philadelphia Boston New York W. !>:* fl'J L. ~<'-t r,r> "(I "i 1« Si Kfi 80 Pr.t. C..B. .fi»ii ..VI7 .in:: AV.l .i:u .1117 Cincinnati iif» Chicago i>8 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS SI. Lou I* 1-0, Brooklyn 0-f>. Philadelphia ::-0, Chicago I-!». \ Cincinnati fi-'J, New York 4-5 game 10 innings). Boston n, Pilt.sburgh 7. FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE No cames scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. New York 113 53 .0:10 Boston 01 55 .l!2:f Detroit Sn (Hi .571 Cleveland 82 (S3 .Sfifi Philadelphia .... 78 fl!> .BH1 Chicago GO St. Louis 50 Washington 4fi WEDNESDAY RESULTS Chicago 10, New York !>. Boston n, Cleveland li. Detroit 4, Philadelphia 1. Washington 7, St. I.nuis n. FRIDAY'S SCIIEDl'H St. Louts at Chicago (nightI. Detroit Hi Cleveland (nljlil). (Only games scheduled). ns no .Ill '.317 (first c;.n. n in 1,4 I.V.i 3314 41 4014 Midget Auto Races ELIMINATION CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY RACE SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 24—8 P. M. Come out and get some real thrills at this most exciting exhibition of auto racing. ' North Iowa's Newest 'A Mile, Banked Dust-Free Dirt Track Admission $1.00, Children 5 to 12, 25c MOHAWK SPEED DROME Airport . . . Highway 18 ... West of Mason City C Specially purchased for this event! Boys 1 26-Inch Crusader Balloon Tire J. C. Higgins Bikes -" 28 SAVE ON BIKE ACCESSORIES Bike Mirror 59c Special Bike Headlight . 98c J. C. Higgins Bike Horn 79c Handle Bar Grips, pair 25c • Streamlined red model, stripped for speedk • Troxel saddle • 19-iri. full-sin frame Imagine, a iull size bike with balloon tires at this low pricel Equipped with J. C. Higgins air-cooled coaster brake, safety jewel rear reflector. And, as an added feature, a Pinkerton Detective Agency Registration is included. Buy now for smooth riding ahead! 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