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PAGE E ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH. .TUTT) AT, fARCH 23, 1034 ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, FLYERS WIN, 2-1, TIE FOR LEAD WHEN KANSAS CITY LOSES I'PHERSON GETS uiniMiMP nnM. I ininiiinu uuhl. TULSA DEFEATS GREYHOUNDS, 3-2 KSlineups and summary Pos. OKLA. CITY. .Ooa I - Turner . L. 1. . . . Bostrom .K. D ...MacKinnon Center Hansen . . K. W Baets . . . . L. W Clark St. Louis McPherson, Pad- "ylnram. Burns. . Coulter, Makarsky, '"ifn'KKK Cameron MacKinnon. K1BST 1'KBIOD Scoring, none Penal- ' nan'n, t arbol, Faiangio, SKCtunn. tcoM PLRIOD Scoring, none. Pen-Hanson. Bostrom. THlRn 1'ERIOD Scoring, Padden from &- . "phers"". 13:30; Coulter from Ingram, fiimltles l'alanilo, Baetz, Coulter. 6 7 B 18 st 11 st. ions. a Mnrnw . HMaite C" itrtH'l HHuches. I .DID " H St - - Planning Trouble for Wieboldts in I ox 1 Tamer Murra OKLAHOMA CITY", March 23. rrie t. Louis Flyers defeated the Lit 2 to 1, in the last game of - 4 : "he iuCul ea.soii, auu a.guu ucu tui he lead in the American Hockey Association when the Kansas City irevhouuds dropped a. 3 to. 2 decision to the Tulsa Oilers at Tulsa x a -.1 overtime contest. Kansas City has two more ames to play, one with Tulsa tomorrow night and the other with St. Louis, at Kansas City, Sunday sight. If Kansas City loses to tv'c-, the Fivers can finish first defeating the Greyhounds Sun day r.:eht, but if Kansas City wins omcrroA- night the best the Fly- ;rs could get would be a tie for t.m.'".yfi'"t "wwwwii ..jHHpcaMmMirr inn. i ! ni J McPherson, half back, and Gonsalves, inside right of the U. S. champion Stix soccer eleven, are shown here discussing plans for the third and last Western final game to be played here Sunday. The Stix and the Chicago Wieboldts each have won a game in the series. McPherson is on the left. PETERSON TO REFEREE 18.2 BALKLINE EVENT Special to the Post-Dispatch. CHICAGO, March 23. Charles C. Peterson of St. Louis, national fancy billiard shot champion and well known billard instructor, has been selected by the tournament committee of the National Billiard Association ot America to act as referee during the forthcoming international 18.2 balkline billiard tournament which .ens in Chicago Monday, according to an announce ment made here today by C. A. Storer, president of the associa tion. "Charley "Show Me a Shot I Can't Make' Peterson, was chosen to act as the third man in the ring because of his expert ability to make quick decisions, an important factor in a billiard match," said Storer. "Peterson, himself a balk line player of national note, Is well qualified to handle the decisions of the 8000 points which will be required to complete the 20 frames to decide the owner of the interna tional title." I Five players Welker Cochran, San Francisco, Cal.; Willie Hoppe.l New YorkCity; Eric Hagenlacher, Germany; Ora C. Morningstar, San Diego, Cal., all former champions at the 18.2 style of balkline, as well as Kinrey Matsuyama of Japan- have already sent in their signed entries to the National Billard As sociation. The tournament is to be held at the 131 South Wabash Avenue Recreation, the site of the recent world's pocket billiard tournament. -4 Check and Double Check. "AlekbJne'a Fourth Marriage Blocked." ALTHOUGH he set. the wedding day And duly felt elated, The maestro in his fourth essay Was checked but wasnt mated. Seems as Though. The big idea in hockey seems to be for the other guys to knock the stuffing out of the goalies. See where Bill Terry and Jimmy Foxx met the other day in Miami Beach, Fla. As they will probably not meet again this year, they had their picture taken shaking hands. Asked a guy the other day what he liked in the Derby. What do you think he said? Why he said he was going to have a bet on Time Clock if he had to hock his wrist watch. "Sports Promoter Short Given Ten Tears." Short gets long sentence. AiTSet. THE Dodgers now are' set to go Wherever they are going; Kack Wilson has been signed and so Their pennant hopes are growing. And while the Dodgers only aim To please their Flatbush clients, A big surprise Those daffy guya May spring upon the Giants. So What? In answer to the "They can't beat us,' Giants slogan the Cardinals counter with "They can't stop us. Looks like an impasse. "Many Turf Follower Lean To ward Theory This Is Fillies' Year.' Many baseball followers in Phil adelphia feel the same way. See where the Cards have re leased Flint Rhem to Columbus, where he won't have to hold out for so much. ' Babe Didrikson is barnstorming through the training camps pitch ing tho first inning in exhibition games. As a pitcher Babe is an outstanding . field and track ath lete. Babe has the distinction of being the only woman who ever struck out Babe l.uth and Lou Gehrig. And were their faces red? Ha, ha! Dunt esk! Joe Cronin is out to revolutionize baseball. He is going to try to make hitters out of his pitchers. In other words, pitchers who can't hit won't hit and don't hit are going to be made to hit Of course, there have been good pitchers who were also good hit ters. But when the mine run pitcher has a chance to win his own game with a timely hit, the usual practice is to pass the buck and let George do it. Pitchers are like that. 'Ware the Ides. One of the boys who just came in from an assignment after taking Shields Defeats Merlin. Stoef en Trims Borotra By tb Associated Press. NEW YORK, March 23. Tha two players who may carry on for the United States in tha Davis Cup singles this summer, Frank Shields and Lester Stoefen, have completed a clean sweep for America in the international indoor tennis series with France. With the series already clinched as a resuli of Tuesday and Wednes day's play, Shields mopped up Andre Merlin, 7-5, 7-5, 6-1, and Stoefen outfought the veteran Basque, Jean Borotra, 16-14, 6-4, 9-7, in the last two singles matches of the series last night. Both in the first and second sets, Shields trailed Merlin 2-5 and then rushed through to win fiv games in a row. The Frenchman offered only negligible competition In the final set after dropping those two in such heart-breaking fashion. After outlasting Borotra in their marathon first set, Stoefen was in full command although the veteran played courageously to carry the third set to deuce. off his overcoat and muffler and blowing on his fingers allowed 3 how the merry month of March was taking us for a ride instead of an ide. Of course, the season is still young, but right now it looks as though the House of David is the team the Browns will have to beat Casey Stengel started his baseball career in Kankakee, which ranked second only to Kokomo as the vehicle for wise cracks whe vaudeville was in flower. No wonder he wound up in Brooklyn. St. Lvuis. Kansas City and Tulsa are. . course, assured of playoff soit: I-:-. s for the title. The second and third place clubs meet in a four-gn:r.e scries beginning probably Wednesday night for the right to meet the first place team. First I'lace lias Advantage. The club finishing first will be 'nrrprf tn nlav hut one series for if Vie championship, Hit will share game, hence the earnest efforts of the Kansas City and St. Louis players to lead the league. Shrimp McPherson slipped in the w-ir.ning goal with less than two minutes to play in the final period apEinst the Warriors. He skated behind the Oklahoma Cify net, passed to Hughes, and took a re-urr. pass to poke the puck past Gut'.-e Vern Turner of the War-iors, whose sensational stops had -:ept the Flyers' scoring down all 1 curing me game. Strangely enough, one of the best executed Warrior attacks led to the winning goal for the Flyers. "Bulge" Bostrom, Lee Makarsky, Talter Baetz and Artie Clark formed down on the Flyer goal, ith Bostrom shooting in the puck -riP-e Murray stopped it. McPherson came out fast and outran B'.rirom to the other end of the rir.k for the score. All the scoring was done in the third period after both teams had ',' . d mostly on defense for the fir.-: two periods. The Warriors were trying to take their final hTr.e game and battling savagely. Bate-, Warrior wing, was sent to tne penalty box for chopping and Paddy Padden and McPherson 0rv -v- awn to me goal witn aaaen in front of the coal. Huard Hurt Slightly. Ju.-t half a minute later Bie Tom Coul'er, Warrior defense man, went p t ;;;z down the ice with Frankie Ingram, took a pass from Ingram aid fatted Murray out of position w I : lie in the tvinc tmo 1 . 0 a Couiter was sent to the nenaltv t'-x a few minutes later for check- 'r.g- Huard into the boards. Huard's far Tas cut, but he was not seri- ou-y injured. kite's defense work for (hp ''lyf-rs broke up the Oklahoma City e ta- k time after time . while Makarsky. Warrior center, turned in a r-ar-up game, both on offense and defense. N in? ior .sky wnt in"' riwr rtis the ion ne" ir.d ead ins md last has .Goal From Face-off t Beats Greyhounds. By Associated Press. . Tri Ok., March 23 O.i a four h-conds remained in the first e period, Rod'den passed to in front of the c-oal and ,"e -'Jlting score gave Tulsa a ' 2 victory over the Kansas City ,'rfV'-''undis in an American t'TKey Association game here last Over- i r. It. STIX READY FOR DECIDING GAME FOR WESTERN TITLE SUNDAY By Herman Wecke. Recovered from minor injuries received in the second match of the Western soccer championship series with the Wieboldts at Chicago last Sunday, members of the Stix, Baer & Fuller eleven have completed heavy training for the third and de ciding contest of the series to be played at Sportsman's Park Sunday afternoon. The Stix players took part in their final heavy workout yester day, with all the regulars partici pating. . There will be no changes in the St. Louisans' battle front. All the players who have gone through the entire 3Va hours of competition, without a substitution, will be on hand for the start of the contest. "We will win," is the consensus of the St. Louis players. However, there is no overconfi-dence. All the athletes agree that the Wieboldt eleven Is a worthy rival for even the holder of the national championship. Reports from Chicago indicate that the Windy City eleven is working hard for the coming battle. It is not yet certain, whether Frank Harker, who suffered an injury to his knee in the game last Sunday, or the veteran Munro, who has a bad ankle, will be in top condition for the match. Harker played center forward in the first game, which the Stix won, while in the second he took Munro's place at outside right, with Al Waldron center. If Harker and Munro are unable to play, Manager Billy Alexander will have to use the veteran Davie Coutts or Bobbie Walker, who this season has played halfback on the wing. The advance sale of tickets for the match opened yesterday. The prices are 75 cents for men, with 25 cents for women and children. Prices at the gate will be $1 for men and 40 cents for women and children. Dave Evans of Detroit, who ref-ereed the first two games of the series, will be back as chief official for the third and deciding contest. He will be assisted by Robert "Ribby" Murphy and Jimmy Dunn as linesmen. CARDINALS GET 13 HITS IN DEFEATING RED SOX Continued from Page 2E, Col. 6. on the mound, the Sox would have been scoreless if it had not been for loose fielding and what the Cards described as the plate umpire's failure to see a third strike as a strike. The girl Olympic star will tour the country with Ray Doan's House of David team during the summer and she is gaining experience and improving her pitching. Under the tutelage of Burleigh Grimes, Dizzy Dean and others she has learned to stand on the rubber, wind up like a big leaguer and throw a rather fair curve. Watkins Still Out. George Watkins spent his first full day in camp without a contract conference with Sam Breadon or Branch Rickey. It looks like the old ice treatment, if you know what we mean. I THANKS TO MED WICK BOSTON. AB. R. H. PO. A. r. Bishop 2b 3 O O 2 3 O Werber 2b 1 O O 1 O C'Imh-U ss 4 2 1 2" X 1 Morgan lb 3 1 1 6 0 O Judge lb 1 O O 2 O O Johnson If 3 2 U 1 it II . Keynolds 1. f . . . 1 O O O O O Soltrs cf 4 1 1 3 O O Cooke rf 2 1 O 3 1 Sdsi rf O 0 O 1 e O rerrell c 4 O 3 1 O O H inkle c O O O 1 1 o Walters 3b. 4 O O 2 3 O OMermueller p. . 1 0 1 O O O Welch p 2 O 1 O O O Walberg p 1 0 0 0 2 O Totals 34 7 8 24 a 2 CARDINALS. AB. R. H. PO. A. K. Martin 3b 4 2 1 O 3 RlKirs 3b O O O 0 O O Rothrock rf. ...4 2 2 3 O O Frisch 2b 2 1 O 3 f O Medwlck, If. ... 4 2 3 4 0 O Collins lb 4 1 2 8 1 1 lavls e 4 1-3 6 O O Mills cf 4 O 1 1 O o Meyers s O 0 O O 1 O Whitehead ss. . . 3 O 0 1 1 0 Vldrlkson p. . . O 0 O O 0 O Hallahan p. ...2 O 1 O n O Dean p 2 O O O 1 O Welker 2 O O 0 1 O LAST NIGHTS FIGHTS By the Associated Press. DATTONA BEACH. Fla. Bob Clodwln. 175. Adel, Ga.. ontpointed Johnny Rlsko, 193V. Cleveland 10). BOSTON. V lnce Dundee. 161, middle- ! weight champion, outpointed At McCoy, 162, Watervtlle, ?. x. (10)t non-title. PHILADELPHIA. Younr Joe Flrpo, 140. Pennsicrove, N. J., outpointed Tootsle Bashara. 13. Norfolk. Va. elKht. LA CROSSE, Wis. Kid Leonard. 1334, Moltne. III., knocked out Jackie Purvis, 157, Indianapolis (two); Herb schultz, 140V, Winona. Minn., knocked out Kick Sirondis, 138. Mollne, 111. (four). QCINTY. 111. Henry Walt her. 148, Chicago, outpointed Lou Avery, 142, Tulsa. Ok. (10); Hush Gray. 163. Qulncy. out pointed Earl Taylor, 158Vi, St. Louis (eight); Carl Schaeffer. 129, St. Louis, outpointed Joey Forcholne, 125, Cleveland (eight); Karl Marton. 142, Klrksville, Mo, outpointed Albert Moke, 141, (Juincy (six). C HARLESTON, S. C. Max! Rosen- bloom, 181, world ligbt heavyweight eham-r-tnn, outpointed Le Roy Brown, 176, Char leston (lO), non-title. GALVESTON, Tex. Ritchie Mack. 142, Dallas, outpointed Tracy Cox, 144, Indianapolis (10); Johnny Lacaille, 138, Oma ha, knocked out Snmmy Alfano, 141, Hous ton (five). EVANSULLE, Ind. BUI Frlck, 130, EvansvUle, drew with Jack Sharkey, 130, Minneapolis (10); Jimmy McFsVland, 154. Terre Haute, Ind., outpointed Nick Brog-lio, 148. Herrin, III. (10). SACRAMENTO. CaV Young Terry. 138, Trenton, N. J., outpointed Charlie Hernan dez, 134, San Francisco (10). '' w as a tightly defended, closely . ame throughout, with ti'-TPT Uih vrmninsr coal cominc when ared as though the teams co on all night without fur- -ring. ave ior- ba'd ES :n's ual iur- .oy rlec on , 33 iso--17. de- l0n-;oal th t;..i-.v thp- . Boys' Band Rehearsal. Cardinals' Boys Band will rehearsal at 2 o'clock on Sat-afternoon at the Parish r . : .. t ' 't, 2b09 Washington boulevard. a.H who Plav wind instruments a ' ant to join the band, should jT-e out for this rehearsal, as there c s-:u several openings. HOCKEY RESULTS Tuk !1,V,RIf AX ASSOCIATION. '' Kansas City 2. L"U' 2, Oklahoma City 1. - AJiOclatfd Press. I,,,.. NATIONAL PLAY-OFFS, (hi, Toro"to 1 (overtime). J, Montreal Canadtens 2. ' 'RN.AT,ONAL PLAY-OFFS. u.,; ? 2. j, Syracuse 1. LON HOCKER JR. WINS JUNIOR SABRE TITLE Lon Hocker Jr.. Fencers' Club, won first place and permanent possession of the Solomon Sabre Trophy last night by winning six bouts without defeat in the A. F. L. A. Junion Individual championships at the Fencers' Club. Alex Solomon, donor of the trophy, was second with five victories and one defeat and Norman Rothenheber, Rocksprings Turner Hall, was third with four victories and two defeats. Ted Leon, Fencers' Club, Virgil Wodika, Phil .Mutrux, and N. Brookings, Washington University, were the other contestants. Emm MARTINI & ROSSI OR ITALIAN VERMOUTH FRENCH $1.84 Totals 35 9 13 27 12 1 Batted for Halalhan In the fifth. Innings 12345678 ?) Boston 3 O 0 0 4 O 0 0 O 7 St. Louis 3 3 O 1 0 2 O O x 9 Runs batted In Solters 2, Ferrell 3, Cooke, Waltes. Collins 2, Davis 3, Medwlck 2. Two-base hits Solters, Medwlck, Rothrock. Stolen bases Martin. Double plays Martin to Frisch to Collins 2, Mnr-Kan unassisted. Bases on balls Off Os-termueller 6, Walberg 1, Hallahan 6, J. Dean 2. Struck out By Welch 1. bv Hallahan 2, by J. Dean 4. Hits Off Didrlckson, 4 in 1 inning; off J. Dean, none in four innings: off Ostermneiler, 6 in 2 innings; off Walberg. 4 in 3 Innings; off Hallahan, 2 to 4 Innings; off Welch, 3 In 3 Innings. Wild pitches Hallahan, Walbeifr. Winning pitcher Dean. Losing; pitcher Walber. Umpires Frederick and Nallln. Time of game 2h. 15m. Co-Captains Elected. By tha Associated Press. EVANSTON, 111., March 23. Lyle Fisher of Fargo, N. D., and Ai Kawal of Cicero, 111., last night were elected co-captains of the 1935 Northwestern University basketball team. SOCCER DIVISIONAL FINAL Sunday, Sportsman's Park, 3 P. M. Weiboldt Wonderbolt F. C. vs. Stix, Baer & Fuller F. C. Advanoe Sale Ticket Prices Men 75c Women and Children .. .25c Tlokets Now on Sale Ben MlUer Hat Co., 700 Pine St. Stix, Baer A Fuller Co., Cigar Dept. Lowe Campbell Co., 915 Pine St. M aire's Tavern, 3752 St. Louis Ave. Marre's Tavern, 6119 Easton Ave. Gordon A Kelly, 20 N. Vandeventer. Anderson Laundry, 4940 Washington ttl. Brasln Inc.. 3617 Washington Bl. Andrew Frederick. 3311 North Market St. Louis Cafe 4108 St. Louis Ave. - Prices at ticket windows on day of game Men . .sl.OO. Women Children .. 40c Charge It :'fi Dress "r? tin Now ij I I W w "fill t1 - COMPLETE fir IRCLODING SUIT OR re? Cost SHOES .HAT Finely modeled Slender toe with simplified Stitched-tip. Original, Man field p London . Reproduction by Regal. 20 WEEKS To Pay SATURDAY ONLY Men! Here's vnur oonor- tunity to own a comolete new Easter outfit on our Special Credit Offer. Just Bring 3 Original by Hartley of LondonReproduction by Regal STYLE AUTHORITY For Forty Years our Style Policy has been to reproduce the best designs produced by the famous Bootmakers of the World, because we believe that the best-dressed men in America are interested in knowing what the best-dressed men in the World are wearing. That's why during the last forty years we have actually purchased from the finest Custom Bootmakers in London, Paris and U.S.A. more of their expensive Hand-made Original Models than any Shoe Manufacturer in America. And today we are presenting on our Fortieth Anniversary authentic designs for Street, Dress and Sport, which we predict will be the Style Leaders in the Easter Parade for 1934. Semi-Brogue, Punched Tip, Receding Toe and Custom Spade Sole, Original by Nihlemn, Reproduction by Regal, 519 Washington 720 OLIVE STREET (Men's snd Womtn'i) I

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