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ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH PART TWO ST. LOUIS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1941. PAGES 1 4B rxn irst U0V1 Game fo) j. Mhwss- wisb Mil They're Redbirds Now Brookyn's Rally in 7kW7dk Ninth Brings Victory AUIIEIi FACES SENATORS' ROOKIE IVYNN PITTSBURGH, Sept.

17. The Brooklyn Dodgers today defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates in the opener of a two-game series between the two clubs. POLLET GAINS FOURTH VICTORY WHEN BIRDS SCORE FIVE IN EIGHTH Dodgers' Score -i vfff' I -v -V By J. Roy Stockton SPORTSMAN'S PARK, Sept. 17.

Tom Earley and the Braves gave Howard Pollet and the Cardinals a tough battle for seven innings this afternoon in the first game of a double-header, but the Boston defense fell apart in the eighth and five unearned runs gave the Redbirds a victory, 6 to 1. -rssnr iif iT Hl i' nmmmmim ir- Associated Press Photo. ERWIN DUSAK (left), and STAN MUSIAL, Rochester outfielders who have been brought up for the remainder of the season by the Cardinals. Musial began as a pitcher. Both donned Redbird uniforms for the first time yesterday.


AB. R. H. PO. A.

at. Sisti 3b 4 2 1 2 Cooney cf 3 Hassett lb 3 6 2 Demaree if 4 1 Miller ss 4 3 5 Masi 41 1 4 2 0 Roberge 2b 3 1 3 2 E. Moore rf 3 0 3 EARLEV 2 1 I JOHNSON 1 Dudra Montgomery 1 Totals 31 1 8 24 10 "a Dudor batted for E. Moore in ninth. Montgomery batted for Johnson in ninth.


A. B. J. Brown 3b 4 1 2 1 1 3 0 3 1 1 10 2 110 0 1 4 3 1 3 1 1 13 2 3 (Not Including; Today's Games.) NATIONAL LEAGUE. Games Club.

Won.Lost. Pet. Win. Lote.B'h'd. Brooklyn 92 61 .643 .646 .639 CARDS Cincinnati Pittsburgh New York Chicago 89 77 Bl .636 .638 .631 1 64 .546 .549 .542 14 65 .542 .545 .538 144 74 .464 .468 .460 25Vx 78 .455 .458 .451 27 82 .418 .423 .415 32 98 .290 .295 .288 49 64 65 59 Boston Philadelphia 40 AMERICAN LEAGUE.

Games CInb. Won.Lost. Pet. Win. Lose.B'h'd.

New York 96 78 73 70 70 49 .662 .664 .658 Boston Chicago Cleveland Octroi BROWNS 66 .542 .545 .538 11 Vi 73 .500 .503 .497 23 73 .490 .493 .486 25 75 .483 .486 .479 26 77 .458 .462 .455 29 80 .437 .441 .434 32 83 .428 .432 .425 34 65 62 Washington Philadelphia 62 Tomorrow's Schedule. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Boston at St. Lonis. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh.

New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at Cincinnati (two games). AMERICAN LEAGUE. Browns at Wasihngton, Cleveland at Boston. Only games scheduled.

Yesterday's Results. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Cardinals 1, New York 1 (called after 10 innings, darkness). Cincinnati 4, Brooklyn 3 (11 innings). Boston 8, Chicago 5.

(Open data for Pittsburgh and Phila delphia.) AMERICAN LEAGUE. Browns 9, Philadelphia 8 (12 innings). Detroit 4, Washington 2. (Only games scheduled. Offer Made to Nugent for Phils PHILADELPHIA, Sept.

17 (AP). An offer to buy the National League Phillies was mailed to Gerry Nugent today by Jack Kelly, national director of the civilian physical training program on behalf of a syndicate he heads. Nugent is with the Phillies at Cincinnati. Kelly, former champion Olympic sculler 20 years ago, declined to disclose the price his group offered the president of the Phils. "I think it is a very fair offer," Kelly said.

"We want to buy all the outstanding 5000 shares of the club, and all the players. We are willing to take over the obligation of a year rental on old Baker Bowl that still has two years to run and also will assume the remaining three years of a radio contract to broadcast the Phillies' games. Otherwise, we want the club free of debts. If we are successful we are ready to put additional working capital into the club." When the Phils moved to Shibe Park from Baker Bowl three years ago they agreed to pay $100,000, payable over a five-year period, in order to break a 99-year lease. Two years ago the Phils received a reported $200,000 for the privilege of permitting radio broadcasts for five years.

Kelly declined "at this time" to name the members of his syndicate, except to say it includes "one person outside of Philadelphia. "We want to give Philadelphia a winning ball club and I think Gerry is ready to talk business," Kelly said. use your own judgment about accepting the adjective. In the course of paying his respects to the club, the team, the city and the fans he says in part: "St. Louis is baseball's sweat shop.

A Cardinal victory would be a blow at organized labor's full dinner pail." "Imagine Missouri's sad sor-gum-and-molasses set in the world series with those rich Yankees. As Ed Barrow said: It would be tough if we lost the world series. But it would be disgraceful to lose to the WPA." "Hopp gets $4500 a year, Medwlck gets $20,000. Crespl gets $4500, Billy Herman gets $15,000. The rest of the salaries of all the players on both teams are equally different." "A Cardinal victory will have a drastic effect on baseball salaries everywhere.

Brooklyn really is fighting for a standard of living," "The fans who fill Cardinal park are just as parsimonious as the owner of the plant. Cardinal fans actually revel in the cheap cost of their heroes." "The biggest cheers registered during Friday's game eame whenever a ball was hit into the grandstand. Getting something free delighted those Cardinal fans more than anything else." "After a week In St. Louis I don't even sympathize with the Cardinals. Unfair, pass 'em Continued on Next Page.

The score was 6 to 4. Curt Davis was picked to start fnr the Dodgers and he drew southpaw Ken Heintzelman as his nvai. Pittsburgh took advantage or some loose defensive play and scored twice in the second inning. Garms opened with a single and Fletcher walked only to be forced by Martin. Garms overran third but Herman's throw to third was wild and Garms scored.

Martin advanced to second and, after Di-Maggio was hit by a pitched ball, counted on a single by Lopez. Scoreless for three innings, Brooklyn broke the ice in the fourth when, with one down Lava-getto doubled and scored on Ca-milli's triple. Heintzelman then settled down and prevented further scoring. Both teams had scoring chances after the fourt, but were unable to send runners over the plate, until the Pirates made a third tally in the eighth on Fletcher's rouble, a sacrifice and DiMaggio's long fly. Then, in the ninth, the Dodgers, as is their recent custom, cut loose with a furious attack.

Pinch-Hitter Galan began with a double and scored on a singleby Reese. Reese took third when Herman singled. Reiser's triple sent Reese and Herman homeand Seweli replaced JU Heintzelman. Reiser held' third as Sledwick grounded out and when Lavagetto hit to uustme, reiser was out at the plate. Camilli was purposely passed and Walker walked to fill the bases.

Riggs batted for Owen and singled, scoring Lavagetto and CamillL Washington agin took the lead in Its half of the fifth inning, scoring three runs on an error by Stevens, a walk to Vernon, singles by Ortiz and Early and Bloodworths grounder. The Pirates came back with a useless run in the ninth off Hamlin. $64 Winner 4 At Fairmount By Dent McSkimmlng FAIRMOUNT PARK, 111., Sept. 17. So spirited was the backing for Shadytown, Roidef and Grimal-di, three of the seven starters in the' first race here this afternoon, that the mare Margaret Nadi was completely overlooked.

She went to the post at 25 to 1, came around the leaders at the stretch turn, won and paid off at $64.20 to $2. While Cantwell took the place and Shadytown the show money, Roidef had to be content with fourth. The day was dark but the track was fast About 4000 attended. 0 You Can't Blame Sam if He Weakens. THE song of hate to which the Cardinals have listened all season from some Eastern "Titers is still heard in the land.

it pillories the Cardinals as cheap" team. And buries rowels deep into Owner Sam rolLadn fr a "sweat shoi?" Pay riSinated in partisanship Brooklyn club, when the fight of the Redbirds, the face of all sorts of adver-tty. has been worthy of high Emendation. 4i a rumo going about the unquenchable -7 tcu is in the field today to purchase the Cardinal jstern, There geems to to it. But if Brea-0 sold out in disgust, we'd not we one to condemn him.

Lil, wh ha brought a replace outfit into five pen-u J' and three world titles in deserves something than the mosquito bites malicious. i ttrtl681 thrust at our Cards a i. es of Previous criti-Ukes In more terri-' All St Louis fans have ATght tt business, "'in ot coure, that forces "hat a little circulation to Writs. i trieia Publiction, PM, re-lert 0ff' after viewing the SCORE BY INNINGS 123456789 BROWNS (at Washington) 210 0 203 WASHINGTON 30103 0 By a Special Correspondent of the Post-Dispatch. WASHINGTON, Sept.

17. Elden Auker, who has done a lot of submarine pitching this season for the Browns and has 14 victories and 14 defeats to show for it, faced the Senators here this afternoon in the first game of a series of two that will conclude the final 1941 Eastern trip for Luke Sewell's men. The Nats used a rookie named Early Wynn on the mound, and his catcher, of course, had to be Jake Early. Rick Ferrell caught for the Browns. The Browns produced two runs in the first inning when Rookie First Baseman Chuck Stevens smashed, a hit off the right-field fence after Don Heffner and Har-lond Clift had singled.

Stevens streaked to third on the hit, but was called out for failing to touch second. Washington bounced back with three runs in its half of the inning, however, when George Case doubled and Hillis Layne, Cecil Travis, Mickey Vernon and Roberto Ortiz all singled. St. Louis tied the score in the second when Johnny Berardino tripled to left and scored as Rick Ferrell was thrown out. Washington took a 4-3 lead in the third on Vernon's bunt, an error by Berardino and Bloodworth's double that scored Vernon.

Walter Judnich's single with Heffner on third and Clift on second gave the Browns two runs and a 5-4 lead in the fifth inning. Heffner reached first safely when Pitcher Wynn fumbled his grounder and Clift walked, the runners advancing on Stevens infield tap. Masciocchi Wins Title. ST. PAUL, Sept.

17 (AP). Emil Masciocchi, Chicago, won the National Greenkeeping Superintendents' golf tournament at the Midland Hills Course yesterday with a 36-hole score of 69-75 144, two over par. Second was Nelson Monical, Leroy, with 75-75 150, while Don Boyd, Akron, was third, 81-76 157, and Bernie Jacob, Pittsburgh, placed fifth, 79-81160. Baseball Scores NATIONAL LEAGUE 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 T.ILE. NEW YORK (at Chicago) 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 CHICAGO 2 010 0 21 Batteries: New York Koslo and Han-Ding; Chicago V.

Olsen and McCullough. SECOND GAM Z. PHILADELPHIA (at Cincinnati) 0 0 10 0 1 CINCINNATI 1 0 0 0 0 Batteries: Philadelphia Beck and Warren. Cincinnati Thompson and West. FIRST GAME.

PHILADELPHIA AT CINCINNATI. Innings: 1234S6789 T. H. E. Philadelphia OOOOOOOO 3 Cincinnati OO0 100OO 18 0 Batteries: Philadelphia Melton and Livingston; Cincinnati Vaader Meer and AMERICAN LEAGUE 12345678 9 T.ILE.

CHICAGO (at New York) 201000000 3 5 1 NEW YORK 10004000X5 83 Batteries: Chicago E. Smith and G. Dickey. New York Chandler and W. Dickey.

CLEVELAND (at Boston) 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 1 BOSTON 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 10 1 Batteries: Cleveland Bagby and Ee-gan; Boston Dobson and Pytlak. DETROIT (at Philadelphia) 100020000 3 40 PHILADELPHIA 0011000 0 0 2 73 Batteries: Detroit Benton and Tebbetts. Philadelphia Marchlldon, Vaughn (8) and Wagner. 123456789 T.ILK BROOKLYN (at Pittsburgh) 0001 00005 6 15 2 PITTSBURGH 020000011 4 90 Batteries: Brooklyn C. Davis and Owen.

Pittsburgh Heintielman, Seweli (9) and Lopez. The Batting Order. DODGERS. PIRATES. Reese ss Herman 2b Reiser cf Med wick If Lavagetto 3b Camilli lb Walker rf Owen DAVIS Anderson ss Gustine Sb Klliott rf Garms If Fletcher lb Martin 2b DiMaggio cf Lopez HEINTZELMAN Eligibl For Series Announced CHICAGO, Sept.

17 (AP). Twenty-five members of the conquering New York Yankees, champions of the American League, today were named by Kenesaw Mountain Landis, commissioner of baseball, as eligibles for world's series competition. Landis also named 25 members of the Brooklyn Dodgers as eligible for the series and 23 for the St. Louis Cardinals, which are engaging the Dodgers in a scramble for the National League championship. The eligible list for the three teams follows: NEW YORK YANKEES (25).

Ernest Bonham. Stanley Bordagaray, Norman Branch, Morris Brener, Spurgeon handler, Frank P. Crosetti, William Dickey, Joseph DiMaggio, Atley Donald, Vernon Gomel, Joseph Gordon, Thos. D. Henrich, Charles E.

Keller, John J. Murphy, Steve Peek, Gerald Priddy, Philip Rlz-zuto. Robert A. Rolfe. Warren Rosar, Charles H.

Ruffing, Marins Russo, George Selkirk, Kenneth Silvestri, Charles Staneeu, John Sturm. Coaches: Arthur Fletcher, Earle Combs. BROOKLTN DODGERS 25). Edward J. Albosta, John T.

Allen, Adolf Camilli, Hugh Casey, Peter Coscarart, Curtis B. Davis, Thos. Drake, Leo (manager) Durocher, Fred Fitzsimmons, Herman L. Franks, Lawrence French, August Galan. Luke D.

Hamlin, William Herman, Walter Kirhy Higbe, Newell Kimball. Harry A. Lavagetto, Jos. M. Medwick.

Arnold M. Owen, Harold Reese, Harold P. Reiser, Lewis Riggs, Fred Walker, Jas. C. WasdeU, John Whitlow Wyatt.

Coaches: Charles Dressen, John Corriden. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS (23). James R. Brown, Morton Cooper, William Walker Cooper, Estel Crabtree.

Frank Crespl, William E. Crouch, Harry E. Gum-bert, John L. Hopp, Ira K. Hutchinson, Howard Krlst, Edward Lake, Max Lanier, August R.

Maneuso, Martin Marion, John R. Mize, Terry Moore, Don W. Padgett, Howard J. Pollet, Clyde Shoun, Enos Slaughter, Lon Warneke, H. Coaker Trip-iett, Ernest White.

Coaches: Clyde Wares, Mike Gonzales. Why Pick on Him? SAM BREADON, the Cardinal president, who has been the target of several Eastern writers' shafts of sarcasm, since the Redbirds began giving Brooklyn a real fight for the flag. Cards' Victory a "Blow at Labor." THE writer mentioned introduces himself with the remark: "As an honest New Yorker, etc. After reading the ensuing paragraphs, you may 4 iTi Pollet, scoring his fourth victory since he was called from Houston to help in the drive down the stretch, would have had a his second as a Redbird, but an error by Martin Marion helped the Braves to an unearned run in the fifth inning. Masi was safe on a fumble by the shortstop, took second on a wild pitch and scored on Earley's single to right.

Boston held this slender lead until the seventh, when Estel Crab-tree hit over the pavilion for his third home run of the season. With one out in the eighth. Brown grounded to Hassett and was safe when Earley, taking the throw, failed to tak first. Hopp odubled Brown to third and after T. Moore sent a short fly to Gene Moore, Mize was passed intentionally.

Hassett then fumbled and refumbled Crabtree's grounder, Brown and Hopp scoring. Crespi walked, filling the bases, and Marion's single drove in Mize and Crabtree, and Maneuso singled, scoring Crespi. Art Johnson then relieved Earley and ended the rally. The attendance was estimated at about 6500, including 3000 women. The first game: FIRST INNING BRAVES Sis-ti bunted safely along the third-base line.

Cooney lined to Mize, who stepped on first, doubling Sisti off the bag. Hassett flied. to T. Moore. CARDINALS J.

Brown grounded out to Roberge. Hopp fouled to Miller. T. Moore walked. Mize singled to center, sending T.

Moore to third. Crabtree flied to Dem- SECOND BRAVES Marion threw out Demaree. Miller beat out a slow roller to Marion. Miller tried the delayed steal and was out, Maneuso to Marion. Masi singled to right.

Roberge popped to Mize. CARDINALS Crespi was called out on strikes. Marion walked. Marion was out stealing, Masi to Miller. Roberge threw out Maneuso.

THIRD BRAVES Crespi threw out E. Moore. Earley struck out. Sisti walked. Cooney flied to Hopp.

CARDINALS Earley threw out Pollet. J. Brown singled to center. Hopp struck out. T.

Moore was called out on strikes. FOURTH BRAVES Hassett popped to Maneuso. Demaree flied to Crabtree. Miller singled to center. Miller was out stealing, Maneuso to Crespl.

CARDINALS Mize flied to E. Moore Crabtree popped to Miller. So did Crespi. FIFTH BRAVES Masi was safe on Marion's fumble. Roberge fouled to Marion.

E. Moore fouled to Maneuso. Masi took second on a wild pitch. Earley singled to right, scoring Masi. Sisti singled to left, Earley stopping at second.

Cooney flied to Hopp. ONE RUN. CARDLNALS Marion flied to E. Moore. Manucso popped to Miller.

Pollet was called out on strikes SIXTH BRAVES Hassett popped to Marion. Demaree flied to Hopp. Miller singled to center for his third hit. Crespi threw out Masi. CARDINALS J.

Brown singled to right. Hopp, trying to bunt, fouled to Hassett, who made an excellent catch. T. Moore forced J. Brown, Roberge, unassisted.

Mize lined to Roberge. SEVENTH BRAVES Roberge walked. E. Moore flied to T. Moore.

Earley sacrificed, Mize unassisted. Pollet threw out Sisti. CARDINALS Crabtree hit over the screen on the right field pavilion roof for his third home ran of the season, tying the score. Crespl was hit by a pitched ball. Marion sacrificed, Masi to Roberge.

Sisti threw out Maneuso and Crespi was doubled at third, Has sett to Sisti. ONE RUN. EIGHTH BRAVES Cooney walked. Hassett sacrificed, Pollet to Crespl. Crespi threw out Demaree, Cooney going to third.

J. Brown threw out Miller. After crossing first. Miller ran into Umpire Goetz, who was knocked down in the collision. Miller also was shaken up and went to the dugout Racing FAIRMOUNT PARK RACING RESULTS Weather cloudy; track fast.

Weather cloudy; track fast. F1KST RACE Six furlongs: Margaret Nadi (C. Wagner) 64.20 2.5.00 8.80 CantweU (P. Glidewell) 12.00 .00 Shadytown A. Clutter) 3.00 1:13 1-5.

Holder. Michigan Anna, Grimaldi, Lady Ballet, also ran. (Also rans listed in order of finish.) SECOND RACE Six furlongs: Monon Lad W. L. Johnson) 5.60 3.20 2.40 Royal Charm (R.

Montgomery) 6.00 3.bO Mummer O. Jemas) 2.60 Time, 1:13 2-5. Last Rose, Joe Bur-man, Norman Moat, Trans Wynn, fMae-bob, fGrey Lassie, fEarly Returns, King Tea, Ripping Sun also ran. fEleld. THIRD RACE MUe and an eighth: Mary Cardinal (D.

Pack wood) 6.20 3.40 2.80 Respha N. Jemas) 4.60 3.20 Pomp lit P. GUdeweU) 8.00 Time, 1:53. Gay Hater. Silver Horn, Always Glad, Cllpman, Mammy Ellegant, Paul Schley Norse also ran.

FOURTH RACE MUe and seventy yards Blonde Baby (N.Jemas) 11.60 5.60 4.40 Success Story W. Vail) 8.40 7.81 Copper Lad P. GlideweU) 4.20 Time, 1:45. Bllkan, Bon Ely, Susie Quit, Merry Saxon. Only Son, Bonnie Gray, Strolling By also ran.

fFleld. SCRATCHES. 2 Civil War. Sweet Sukey, Hi Baby, Marbold, Cynical, Foyot, Lady Higher, Hnracon. 3 Royal Thurston.

7 Butter, Sang Stee. 8 Bennett's Plane, Grand Jester, Lady Sang, Indian Chant, Chief Santana, Laiy Brilliant, Ronnie, Tlstrue. At Aqueduct. Weather clear; track fast. FIRST RACE: About two miles: Killmalock tBauman) 8.30 3.50 Notley Scott) 2.90 Flying Falcon (Brown) Time, 3:5.0.

Fatty and Paying also ran. SECOND RACE Six furlongs: Deep End (Coule) 7.10 3.40 Ariel Top (Rosen) 4.20 React (Robertson) Time 1:13. Ken's Pop, Stimuli, 2.70 2.40 2.50 Guest 2.40 2.70 2.70 Fet- Jack Flv. Classic Beauty, Post- age Due. Black Look, bSoigne, bBubble-ville.

Rose Lucky also ran. hEstelle Burch and E. Ballard entry. THIRD RACE Six furlongs: Zorawar (Bierman) 3.90 3.20 3.10 Bans (Schmidl) 9.00 4.50 First Lord (Anderson) 21.50 Time, 1:12 2-5. Larrup, Dark Stream, Sweet Nushie, Marmeduke, Trierarch, Squadron.

Bourbon Town, Good Whiskey, Little Admiral, Michigan Brown also ran. FOURTH RACE Six furlongs: Scotch Trap (Rosen) 41.70 12.80 Throttle Wide (Coule) 4.90 Drudgery (Wes trope) Time 1:12. Busy Morn, Early livery, Sherron Ann also ran. FIFTH RACE Six furlongs: Birch Rod (Coule) 9.30 4.10 Night Editor (Young) 5.70 Minnelusa (James) 4.80 2.60 2.70 De- 3.90 5.40 7.60 Time 1:12. Catapult, Golden Voyage, Play House also ran.

SIXTH RACE One and one-fourth miles: DevU's Crag (Westrope) 8.10 ont out Gramps (Skelly) out out Glided Knight (Donoso) out Time, 2 :04 4-5. Only three Btarted. SEVENTH RACE Seven furlongs: Jug (Garia) 6.50 3.80 2.50 bBoot and Spur Skelly) 2.90 2.30 Elbasan (Westrope)' 3.00 Time, 1:25 4-5. Johnny bHubbub, Dennis Boot Hiph also ran. bW.

E. Boeing entry. SCRATCHES. 2 Periover, Peter Porter. 3 Glyndon Town, Anibres.

6 Olympus. HighSor-ough. At Thistledown. Weather cloudy; track slow. FIRST RACE One mile and forty yards: Belle James (Bush) 16.60 8.20 4.20 Jimmy W.

(Knott) 11.60 5.00 Sister Polly (Whiting) 2.80 Time. 1:45. Straight Thru, My Baby. Onugo also tan. SECOND RACE One mile and 40 yards: Acadian (Pierson) 11.20 S.20 3.80 Shirley R.

(Bush) 10.40 5.80 Sam Alexander (Milllgan) 5.20 Time 1:45. Lynette D. D. McCar-ty. Blossom Queen, Imitra also ran.

THIRD RACE Six furlongs: Wise Duke (Knott) 6.40 4.20 3.40 Happy Tidings (Bush) 13.20 4.80 Vallejo (Whiting) 3.00 Time 1:13 2-5. Plucky Byrd, Brown Moss, Onlg also ran. FOURTH RACE Six furlongs: Jobelle (MiUs) 8.80 4.20 3.00 Punta Final (Mojena) 4.20 3.20 Red Moss (Chestnut) 2.80 Time, 1:13 2-5. Filipino Valet, Raphael. Happy Dash also ran.

FIFTH RACE Thistledown course: Dead Level (Jed'skl) 18.60 6.80 3.00 aArisdisical (Grill) 3.60 2.60 Star Whiz (Adams) 2.40 Time. 1:05. Polly Tod, Lightsome, aSsro G. also ran. a I.

J. Collins entry. SCRATCHES. 1 Hadmore, Betnabar, Purple Wrack. 2 Hlddenite.

3 Erin Torch. 4 Codoli. 5 Palrcaris. At Hawthorne. Weather clear; track fast.

FIRST RACE On mils and seventy yards: Blue Cadet (Snider) 4.00 3.20 2.80 The Object (Richard) 4.60 4.60 Sickleking (Borton) 19.40 Time. 1 :46. War Joe, Turkey Hash, Western's Son, Larkalong, Miss Merit, Toms Ladd, Myrica also ran. SECOND RACE One and one-sixteenth miles: Simkoe (Yar berry) 7.20 3.80 2.80 Pell Mell (Richard) 4.60 3.60 Beau Do (Mac Andrew) 4.60 Time, 1:48. Port 0Call, Southland Gem, Gold Band.

Morning Mail. Soldiers Call, Conville, Surcouf, Takitfrome also ran. THIRD RACE One and one-sixteenth miles: Rose-Red (Brooks) 9.60 4.80 3.40 Bud-On (Phillips) 3.60 2.60 Sylvan Dell (Robertson) 2.80 Time 1:46 4-5. Yondell Erin Ksar, Merry Ways, Cook Book, Mi Secret also ran. FOURTH RACE One mile: K.

Rounder (Oros) 7.40 4.40 3.60 Van Man (Brooks) 4.60 3.80 Swoosh (Borton) 7.40 Time. 1:41 1-5. Maddy Cat. Casual Play, charlamar. Latent also ran.

FIFTH RACE One and one-quarter miles Colonel Joe (Brooks) 6.40 3.80 2.60 Lonely Road (Phillips) 5.60 3.40 Skating Mad (MacAndrew) 3.20 Time, 2:08. Palasa, Three Sands, Steep, Inscomira also ran. SCRATCHES. 2 Paulson, The Hare, Ten Blow, Car-rout, Rosin, Patapsco, Sleep Along. 3 Miss Grief, Margee Noble.

6 Sun Alexandria. 8 Himulus, Equioval, Bright Harvest, Hadamoon. At Narragansett Park Weather clear; track fast. FIRST RACE Six Sun Ivy (Dennis) 7.00 4.30 3.30 Hendersonian (Robart) 9.10 6.40 Joy Bet (Prehm) 9.90 Time, 1:13 3-5. Dutch Courage, Mitza, Daytonian, Sercanet, Arquero, Savant, Par-fait.

Amour, Angry Waters and Juanita also ran. 1 SECOND RACE Six furlongs: Valdinsv Squaw (Connolly) 43.70 12.80 7.10 Mack's Arrow (Nash) 4.10 3.20 Possibility (McRoberts) 3.80 Time 1:13 1-5. Buck's Image, Gos sip Time, Sadie Recorder, Pay Lode, Lou Bright, Jot-Em-Down, Amazonian, Mate Watch also ran. THIRD RACE Six furlongs: Bright Acre (Atkinson) 16.20 7.40 4.10 Hardship (Dickey) 4.70 3.40 Captain Rae (Sconza) 3.00 Time. 1:14.

Uproarious, Weesgone, Unbuttoned, Play Spa, Phantom Raider also ran. FOURTH RACE Six furlongs: Hicomb (Briggs) 12.20 6.00 4.10 Boredom (Taylor) 8.60 4.80 Five to One (McMullen) 3.20 Time Hada Star. Full Cry, Briargo also ran. FIFTH RACE Six furlongs: Frits (Dattilo) 34.90 14.10 7.40 Paddy (Briggs) 8.70 5.50 Tyrone (Nash) 4.50 Time 1 :11 4-5. Peter Argo, Range Dust, Adolf, Higher Bracket, Stage Beauty, Mosawtre also ran.

SIXTH RACE Six furlongs: One Witch (Meloche) 17.30 6.40 4.10 Us (Robart) 4.20 3.10 Bright Trace (Atkinson) 4.30 Time, Jessie Gladys, Ksar of Audley. Sting Pal, Happy Pilot also ran. SEVENTH RACE One mile and seventy yards: Chattergal (Briggs) 12.10 6.00 3.10 Stinging (Krovits) 8.80 3.J0 Orcades (Taylor) 2.70 Time, 1:44 3-5. Papa Jack, Button-bush, Dick Bray, SunUme, High Finance, Dogo also ran. SCRATCHES.

1 Plumcot, Cave Hill, Exit March, Updo. 2 Devils Pace, Dave Alexander, Alley, Nopalosa R0J0. 3-4-5-6 No scratches. 7 Head Hunter, Offender, Lost Gold, Lovick, Closekin. 8 High Arch, Reign View, Richestan, Speedy JoBie.

Chance xtun. At Havre de Grace. Weather clear; track fast. FIRST RACE On and one-sixteenth miles: Mill Eud (Gomaies) 33.20 14.50 Cartel (Vail) 6.60 10.60 5.90 6.50 Golden Mowlee (Madden) Time, 1:49 4-5. Proc, Landfall, Bud, Mr Jim, Cawbelle, Sea Gull.

Accidental. Miss Identify also ran. SECOND RACE Six furlongs: Sweeping Lee (HoweU) 18.40 7.80 Bills Rita (Smith) 5.30 High Nick. 8.90 4.50 13.S0 Tour, Gem. Falconiere (Snyder) Time 1:16 3-5.

Girlie Star. Bavardia, Catocin Lad, Mack's Kittikay, Elsirac, Free Trader, Tripod also ran. THIRD RACE Six furlongs: Mischief Afoot (Shel- aamer) 5.40 3.0O 2.40 One Link (Gonzales) 4.20 3.00 Capt. Caution (McCombs) ISO Time, 1:14 2-5. Shiny Dome.

Pull Over, Arthur Sir Jerome also ran. FOURTH RACE Six furlongs: Domkln (Snyder) 7.60 ft.OO 4.90 Aaron Burr (Vail) 7.20 6.00 Army Song (Berg) 7.10 lime. 1:13 1-5. High Hedge. Irish Moon, aFogoso, Becomly, aFlying Plaid.

No Ending also ran. aH. G. Bedwell entry. FIFTH RACE Six furlongs: Road Scraper (Howell) 20.70 8.00 6.50 Hornblende (De Camlllls) 27.80 15.80 High Command (Madden) 8.10 Time, 1:13 2-5.

Here Again. Sun Eager, Air Master, Little Acorn, Wire Tapper, Weathertte, Rodia, Wesley A. also ran. SCRATCHES. 1 Trogtar, El amp, Ma.

roc. Lookforme. 2 Early Spring, Jacks Star. Riakaoit, Nyleve. 5 Slow Pace.

7 Purport. Skir mish, Princess Torch, Blue Jay. 8 Heart Play, Decatur, Chilly Ebbe, Win ton. Frank Brooke. Money Muddle.

Hopp If 4 T. Moore cf 3 Mlse lb 3 Crabtree rf 4 Crespi 2b 2 Marion ss 2 Mancuao 4 POLLET 4 Totals 30 7 27 11 Innings 123456789 Boston OOOIOOO 1 Cardinals 00000015 6 Two-base hit Hopp. Home run Crabtree. Runs batted in Earley. Crabtree, Marion 2.

Maneuso. Sacrifice hits Earley. Marlon, Hassett. Double plays Mize, unassisted; Siatl to Hassett to Slxtl. Wild pitch Pollett.

Hit by pitched ball By Earley Crespi). Base on balls Off Barley off Pollet 4. Struck out Bv Ear-ley 4, by Pollet. 1. Pitching record Ofr Earley, 7 hits in 8 2-3 innings; off Johnson, none in 1-3 Innings.

Left on bases Boston 9, Cardinals 6. Umpires Conlan. Goets and pardon. Losing pitcher Ear-Icy. Time, 2h.

12m. for first aid, but remained in the game. CARDINALS Sisti threw out Pollet. J. Brown grounded to Hassett and Earley, taking the throw, failed to touch first.

Hopp doubled to right, J. Brown stopping at third. T. Moore sent a short fly to E. Moore.

Mize was intentionally, passed, filling the Hassett fumbled Crab-tree's grounder, then kicked it, J. Brown and Hopp scoring, Mize reaching second and Crabtree first. Crespl walked, again filling the bases. Marion singled to center, scoring Mize and Crabtree, and sending Crespi to third. Maneuso singled to right, scoring CrespL Marion stopping at second.

Johnson replaced Earley on the bill for the Braves. Johnson threw out Pollet. FIVE RUNS. NINTH BRAVES Masi lined to T. Moore.

Roberge singled to left. Dudra batted for E. Moore and walked. Montgomery batted for Johnson and forced Dudra, J. Brown to Crespi Sisti hit off Collet's glove to Crespi.

who stepped on second, forcing Montgomery. Lanier and Tobin Hurl Nightcap SPORTSMAN'S PARK, Sept. 17. Max Lanier for the Cardinals and Jim Tobin for the Braves were the pitchers in the second game of a doubleheader here this afternoon, after the Redbirds won the opener, 6-1. Stanley Musial, recruit from Rochester, played right field for the Cardinals, Terry Moore retiring to the bench, with Johnny Hopp playing center and Estel Crabtree right.

Gus Maneuso was again behind the plate. The second game; FIRST INNING BRAVES Crespi threw out Sisti. Rowell popped to Mize. Dudra grounded to Mize, Lanier covering first. CARDINALS J.

Brown singled to center. Hopp flied to E. Moore and J. Brown was doubled off first, E. Moore to Miller to Dudra.

Musial popped to Sisti..

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