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SI LOUIS POST-DISFATCH, jlAGE 2S ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, VICTORIES GIVE OHIO, STATE TRACK HON. SIMPSON'S TWO DASH Star Scholastic Jumpers JUCKEYE TIMED AT 9.4, WORLD I' I 1 rt vt, MANY HIGH-JUMP STARS ON LOCAL DISTRICT TEAMS fECORD FOR CENTURY; WASHINGTON 1 Ryder Cup Players Home; Hagen Says Prince Would Learn Golf Overnight9 By Brian Bell Associated Press Sports NEW" TuRK, June 8'. live great golfers easae home today from the golfing wars in Europe furnishing a gnard of honor for the Britisb. opes: championship cup, which arrived at Quarantine for its sixth consecutive annual visit.

The famous 60-year-old trophy was greeted by customs officers 'as aa old friend and given the freedom of the port for the 1 1 1 It EST FOR WEST, .1 i jTh 1929 College Field Champions, and Records CHICAGO, June S. Here are the 1323 champions crowned today in the National Collegiate' Athletic Association track and field meet IL5 i j. i I aV fr. i a here: 1 aloO-Yarsl Dash George Simpson. Ohio Mate fj 1 SO- Yard High HunUn KRIiarU to get away from this fault by hooking them and 111 bet he is bitting a great ball by now.

liorton Smith, the -baby of the Ryder Cup team, returned full of enthusiasm. He liked the parts of Europe he saw for the first time and hopes to return next year. The- bright spot in the Joplin. youngster's trip came when he scored two 66 in the French professional championship, winning first place his birthday the nt day with a 12-hole score i220-iard Dash 4ierse Minibon. Ohio stale 230-Yard Ixv Hurdles Stephen Anderson, Wasu'toii HO-Yard Rail Russell Walter.

Northwestern 8RO-Yard Run E. ficnunir. Washington lie Ron WUbur Gctz, Alfred College Two-Mile Run David Abbott, Rlinois Dicus Throw Ieter Rasmus, Ohio State Broad Jimit Edward Gordon. Iowa tsaSltot I'ul Harlow itottiert. Mantoru ooiu a a a.aa a a ft.

ft 4 if ttizn dump i ihian Javelin Jesc Mortcnon. Sout Hammer Throw Donald Gwinn, II. V. Udmoii ds, Xfw world's Xcw N. A.

A. meet record. ft'outinued From Page IS, Col. 5." Two of the timers augltt him in :09 3-10 and three Ticked :03 4-10. Lnglneers im-i MXl lately ntcaurrtl the track and Mjtnl it measurvd 10O j-ards and Jie inch.

'J Conditions were almost perfect dor Simpson's record-breaking erformance. Tbe track was dry ti jnj fast. There was no breeze to id him in flight, instead, there as a moderate wind blowing croiis the course. I 1 himpson, who began his track areer as a boy in Columbus, 3 i ncn the high school coach anked him out of a crowd and old him to run, was the highest nditldual point winner of the i iicct. scoring 2y.

After his world-record break-i jng pcrtcrirtarftee in the century he ame back to defeat virtually the Jame field it winning the ZZO-' ard dash in I0.S seconds, setting i. new mett record. This time To- finished second with Bracey rjh-rd. World Mark for lUisinus. onus hero By Harold Tathfll That the St- Louis district is richer in athletic material than for many seasons was developed during: the various district and High School championship games held here recently; but It remained for the high Jumpers to show outstanding quality and The various school -meets disclosed, that there are about 10 men able to equal or surpass the old record.

Outstanding of all these Is Robert Nerin of C. B. High School. Nevfn in one meet, did six feet "and Tn another. 6 feet lJ Inches.

Although Nevin was second to none in the District, Preparatory League and Washington University fnterscholastlc meets, the performances of the ronner-ups are worthy of mention. Reno Hahn of Kirkwood, Drew Ehrhardt of Clayton, and Henry Blank and Paul Butler of Roosevelt also stand out. Despite the fact that It waa Hahn's first year at high Jumping he has been consistently good. His best mark was 5 feet 10 Inches, with which he placed second to Nevin in the district meet- Nevin leaped 6 feet that day. Ehrhardt.

at a height of 5 feet 8 inches, broke the existing County League record in that carnival. This was among Ehrhardt's best Jrmps. Both Butler and Blank tied for first place in the Public School meet with a jump of 5 feet 9 inches Nevin a best jump in competition. 6 feet 1 and i inches, made in the Preparatory League meet. This waa the second record to fall in Nevin's third attempt, as he bettered the District mark ef feet 6 inches by 5 Inches.

Other jumpers whb have placid tn the various meets are Wald-smith and Bleich of University City, Pickering of St. Charles, Dug-gins and Weidner cf Beaumont, Shields and Singleton of Country Day, Niehaus and Roehl of Western Military Academy and Scobie or Roosevelt. UTTLE ROCK NEGRO TEAM BEATS ST. LOUIS MISSOURI-PACIFIC NINE The Missouri-Pacific Negro team of Little Rock. defeated the St! Louis Missouri-Pacific club yesterday in the first of a two-game series here.

The score was to 5. The visitors put on a rally in the ninth inning to gain three runs and clinch the game. WrigbA was the leading hitter for the local Negro team, while Porter who pitched for the visitors was their outstanding player. The second and final game of the series wil be played this afternoon at the Stars Park. Compton avenue and street.

Game to start at 3 o'clock. The box score: ST. LOUIS M. P. AB.R.H.E Sham If .4 0 ML A.

Hamil- on as 4 2 2 1 S. Ham-kins cf ,3 I 0 rtousch Co. .5 0 I Jackson 3b. 4 1 Thomas rf .4 0 2 0 J. Hi- 1 kms If rindW 4 0 0 0 B.

Hamilton 4 Porter ..4120 LonelT 1 1 1 0 C. Smith 3b. 5 I 1 Anderson U. 1 i Kllis ss -J I 1 Waits lb. ..4 Wnrht rf 1 tt nark 4 1 Smith nnicitv a I It) Harrison .1 0 Totals .35 JIJ i Total .39 11 3 "Batted lor Sharp in ninth rnnina.

Inrunes 1 I-HUe Rock. .1 0000003 3 0 2lo. ..0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 3 Tse-htw hit Porter. Thr-e-bse hhs AndersoD. Thomas.

Wrhrht- Home run A. Hamilton. Stolen bases C. Smith. El- Br "PcSwr bSS To.

SmtttT WniXt ZZ a. naminon. Mtt tr tvtche-1 ban on bails Off Kmrht 3. off pnrter i.J Struck outr -B Kmrht 10. br Porter 0.

Time lb. 45m. Umpire Donaldson. ne liuciceyes won iour or me -f events and nlaced in two others. ri: team added another world's j-ecord to its achievements when Rasmus in the preliminaries tossed the discus 139 feet inch fti.

This mark stood f.hrough the test of the finals this afternoon. Jnck Rockaway. Ohio hurdler. second to Simpson as the Buck- Eyes individual point winner, bag- i i I' I f-i i 'i 5 1 I I It i i jl i i I Ei FINISHING SECOND Track and TIME OR :09.4 it 4.7 :U0.8 Koikaway. Ohio M.

:47.9 1.55 4:19.4 9:40 159 ft. ifk in. .24 ft. 8i in. fti.

in. Cal. .293 ft. 7i in. .163 ft.

9j lii. Pittsburg Stanford 13 ft. 7 in. THE SUMMARIES HIGH HCKOLEa Rrxa. Ohio Stat.

liri; SntmT. IHinuin. eeo ond: Antifrson. ashuirtoo. t.lrd: Rnwra.

lilirK'iB. fourth; Kre. Oni "esicjjn. fillfi; Grant. L'laa.

aixUL. Time 1 1 Ts. 100-YARD DASH 5tmpon. Ohio Stat', irfcl: Br-v, Kice InbUtute. eeeund: Tolan.

Michican. third: Inland. TM Clmsuan. lourtii: Ekier. Noire filth: Wilcon.

Kanoas. aixth. Time 8.4a. (Krw world'a rccurd. Vorroer record.

9... by D. J. KfllT. Howard Drew.

Charles Paddock. CjtUI Coal lee and Chester Bowman.) MILK RUN Won it. Alfr3: Martin. Purdue, second: Ksaer, Washington, third: tUU. Oreron.

lourth: Young. fittb: Faulkner. Oklahoma A 4t la-uxth. Time. 4ai.

19.0s. 22-YARD DASH Won t)T Ohio State; Toian. Michisran. aeoofW; tfracfr. Rice Institute, tlurd: Iceland.

Teiai t'hnstiau. lourth: Root, thicaso. tifUi: Hutsvn, Icnson sixth. Time :i.8. SHltT Won Kntb-rt.

aO feet 3 inches; Kreni. Stanford, see-oHd. 4x lwi iy- bw-iir. m. tiiird.

4S ieet iixhe: Jeaeuu. Washmettm. fourth. 4 feet: Paul Ar-nwir Imtuute. iifth.

47 leet l' inches: Weaver Chicaeo. sixth. 4ti feet. incliea. (Nco N.

C. A. A. record, former record of Jo feet inch made John Ku -V of Kansas State Xeacbers Coiter. kL.n w-oii br w'alter.

Wiliiamson. OVIaboma B30-tists e-ond: Etowen pilborn. third: lviia collese of Cit of fourth: Wanembun. Teachers Co' We. fifth: Uuraiev.

Missouri sixth. Time. RVSS1XG JUSIT- "Won C4 feet S'A melius: lull. Soot nern California 2.1 feet 1 1 PauL Southern California. -J feet It inches, third: Nebraa.

feet, fourth: aimon Illinois. "2 A inches, fifth: Grant. Ltaa. 3 feet KU inhs. sixth.

JAVELJN THROW Wos br Mortensen. Southern California. feet. 1 xj.mmAn RnnlhATIl MethOdlSt. Umverrity.

201 feet. ifKjaecond. Klov. Texas A. and 197 feet, third: Harpstriie.

feet, Itwues. fonrth: Bartiett. Albion. Mieh-. Coilege.

feet. tnches. fifth: pit- lock. Oreeon Assies, 195 feet, 4H HIOH JCMP Won Fheltiy. Oklahoma.

1 1 1 second Bradr. I-ouunille. and Carter. Ore-s-on 6 ft. 1 in tied for third and fourth: RnwU of Bradler Poljtechns Institute.

Carr of riinota. Davis of Miami. Sanford of Geortia. Grant of Utah. Hacke of Western State Teacher.

Kais-tnaioo. 5 ft. 10 rn tied for fifth. TWO-MILK RCN Abbott. Illi nois: Wichita.

Ran iraif. second: Fields. Indrana. third- TLeas. Indiana.

Clanoam. Indiana. fift; Cope. Mount Union, sixth. Time.

8m. 22VYAKD OW TTURDLKS Won br derwvn. ahmjrton: Kocm v. mo Slate, second: J. Ptvtie.

Southern fonna. thirdj; Sentman. 'ift' Kane OhH Wm1jii. fifth: E. Pt jiftH-n fi.imia.

six'' "'-1 HAMMER THROW Won b-r Gwinn. IH-'i feet inches: Kt-. Michigan. 15T feet 0 ncb-s.

s-ron1: lark. 1 S4 feet toch. hirr: Beatue. Colorado Aeics. 14 feet Inch, fourth: CjheH-i.

Ohio -State. Hi f-ct f4 tnhe. fifth- Oilchrtst. Iowa. 144 f.t 7 a.

inche Wfh SW-YARD RVS Won Gentinir. miron; t.nlcafO. seeood: hite. JUinon.

third: l.eti. Cbicaro. fourth: pM. WanhiiTton. fifth? Yaneba.

Ai-icne. TeT Critw 1 DIjerS THROW Won Ramu. Ohio i.n xeet jnche: MoelWr. Oreen. 157 tt tnch's.

second: Anderson. Coroeil. 15H feet SH inch Je.Up. Washtneton. 155 feet l'U lnch.

foorth: Beattie. Co'rao Arnes 155 feet iDch-s. fifth: Krens. t-ianford. I.w feet IS inches, sixth.

'Rsaias eistance. a new woHds the prelimtnanes rot, VAULT TTai-ne of Vnrtltln 1 Kdmond of stjinfoni tied for first 't. 8 Canbv of lw snd Picka-d of Plttshnnr 1'ed for tMrl and fourth. 13 ft. 6 jlliams of Southern a mix.

"tfervrmott of TIMnois and MeAtee of Jficfcirao State tied for fifth and sixth. J3 't. Ineir V. C. A.

rw-ord. Former record of 13 ft. In. mane br K. Edmonds of Stanford 1r 1 Prt 1 Wichita and Texas Christian, following with eight each.

The following teams each scored six points: Corrtell. Texas A. Oregon Apcies, Denver. Aggies and Wisconsin. The remainder of the points were scattered.

Ohio State Ntmlont Celebrate Simpson's Vktortes. COLUMBUS. O- June S. Impromptu celebrations sprang up on downtown streets and the campus of Ohio State University today at the news that George Simpson, Columbus boy and a junior at the university, shattered all known records for the lftQ-jard dash in the national collegiate track meet in Chicago. Although Simpson was national dash champion in bis high sebjool days, he did net become prominent tantil he dashed off the century tn 5.S seconds ta the Ohio Flelaya last year.

Later In the season be won the Big Ten championships at 109 yards and 220 yards "and was second Claude Braceiy of Kice. whot-t he defeated today tn both dashes of the national meet. Sirnpaon bad run the 100' ta 9.5 three times this season before today and waa twice timed In 9.1. Memphis Buys Outfielder. KM PHIS.

June Memphis dub, of the Southern Association announced today that it had purchased Frank Wilson, an outfielder, from Milwaukee ef the I port to the CJilcaa tomorrow at Comtnaed From tic of greater oiiwr clubs. 5 For example: On oaa ac (be National Leagtsa csaasC failed to pick Hornaby kl a ben be had Just rnotiai Jor league batting tsxsaC, bad bad one spteaatM yearr He was so far everloalj one member of the 'comrc failed to even give hiss ttr a Fed Up? THE amazingly low attat -at the GUnts-Cardiaaa) Is being attributed to vaatj; tors, all of which prohjty( Into the situation. 4 One of them prelaiy fact that the city has baeas-a( customed, now, to hectic races, for the Cardiac been battling right at Cj for four seasons or aa. T7f seasons the race has Iuq ding-dong affair betaan tdri more clubs and the axctlr- no longer a become blase, perhaps, fj club falters a bit, faJU-yaxirj stay away. It happened once beCa Philadelphia.

That was in 1914, after Crra Mack had taught the phia public to EXPECT Then fans tired ef It Ca attendance fell away. srCa world's chamnlonafaia. a on display. Bat for the sr: aeries receipts that yea tlub wxjwM base It was related. And then Connie TktaeTt Into a tail-spin." He tare: that great club aad cave city ten years ef tzZzLl baseball! Let's hope St.

Lew .1 pull a Connie Mack sal (. us back to a tail-end V. TV raaW sMaea at IWVsV taVs auwi rksTWtS eVe I to emerge from it, eae a time. Careleas of Gphers. HARRY GRABIrart White Sox knows of any effer itr.

to Nekoia, the Hab baseball ace. PresaMy ota is in uie same state eft' noranee. The In ssilieat' I the refusal of Nekoia cept a jzo.Mff oeaas ts tz. probably waa dene ijr tC-' gentlemen waa neat carelessly. He ferret ta wzl in the decimal pataR.

THE Blr Ten apparently csssai Z-. ing; but it ia still sracL. The Western Cenfertsa9 I stead of being-hakea tat foundations, Is calns; JL doing bualneaa, with probability that Iowa 4t3 cleaned up with a aead fashioned white Even that helps. TSr Iittte doubt that the aL of almost every tnaCtl overstep bouada at ttSaO stabilising influence It -now and then. College eligibility la .909 most as tangled a mase Ov iiwiMv aaa aaa ea uea mmm aiona are becoming alraCrl numerous.

The time Ja A proaching when goveratag les must consider et wfcTl -the word amateur hi Rt Amatnirs, in ansae Crd coald name, play earn more than Aa Amaurag Fat Ti TLE'S second A derby la nearing fca About 09 miles will hae traversed when the tCt survivors complete their JCC This has been truly IXT able pilgrimage an aatC eridence ef the endtiraC--. man. For more thaa days these men have rest 3ft to tt mllee a day. on a Um a marathea 3 miles as regarded aa human. Now three double aad triple iaaiatler ly The Soldier of MaratM- stood as the ultimate Is achievement for 29 eeaC And.

today, here are who coo! 1 make him leak ene-legged man. Still mora remarkable ts fact that throughoet tine i ny two men. Salo aad Cl" have kept wtthln aaer two ef ene another la time for the 300 er saere t-thus far traversed. Think of that, yoa dtaterT athletes who have ta rtis I trlcal hobby horses er tse 1 around by. machine drrrea ctaera.

la order te keefX -circulation. Weizht Not OK the eeeaa today etght-eared ahetl the Uaiveratty ef CIK-" reuta to England te eaat, the Henley regatta. The areraga weight 4T crew anerabera is JM 9 The ereara reeerd ta tk this year, indicate It wta I chance to wta the MMSt gatta Jane t. aad atst Thames Challenge can, 47. repaan feuaktca Bet ia all ehraieal ramrs.

thh rata aapfMK hie snaa is better taaa a i jjlng 18 by his victory in the ItO- ard high hurdles and finishins in the low Lar- iriera. I Ujhelji. the big football line-l jman. accounted for Ohio's addi-i stional two points by landing fifth 'place In the hammer throw. Stanford Gets Two Records.

Washington, in ranking second jjto Ohio State in the point scoring. 'cored in six events with Stephen Andirson. leading his team with ,18 I points, by hia victory In the low eighth time in the last sine years. Walter 'Hagen. who won the Eritish cup for the fourth time at Muirfield last month, was assisted In seeing it safely into the United States by Johnny Far re 11.

liorton Smith. Joe Turnesa and Ed. Dudley, the other members of the Ryder Cup team preceded their fellows home. Hagen Describes Trip, Hagen, who captured the Ryder Cup" team, was enthusiastic over the widespread travels he and his mates enjoyed, since the team sailed April 10. members played in Great Britain.

France." Germany. Italy and the Irish Free State. The British Champion was enthusiastic over his round at Swind-ley Forest Club, near London, with the Prince of Wales. "The Prince is one of the keenest students of golf I have ever seen, he said- "He watches everything 'and wants to know why a shot IS made a certain way. If anything he is over anxious.

He gave me the Impression he was trying to find out all about the game over night. Not exactly impatient but very much in earnest in trying to inform himself. We went out after luncheon the day of our match and he must have hit 50 golf balls while I looked on. He had a tendency to cut his iron shots but I showed him how LOU TERRY TO MEET GOLDBERG HERE JUNE 19 By Damson Kerby Matchmaker Jack Tlpp-tt's boxing card at the Battery Arena. June 19.

in which Jackie Fields of Los Angeles will meet Jack. Horner of St. Louis in the main event, will be strengthened by three 10-round bouts between local rivals, it is planned by the Stockham Post matchmaker. Principals for one of t'tree 10-rounders have been signed, it was announced, by Tippett, yesterday. Lou Terry and Eddie Goldberg, long-time rivals, have signed for a 10-round bout at ISC pjunda.

It will be the sixth meeting, of the pair. They opposed each other four times as amateurs once since entering the professional field. -Goldberg One Uf oa'Loa. The score stands three to two In favor of Goldberg. Terry won their first amateur bout.

Then Cjoldberg battered Terry into de feat tnree times in a row. Laaie went to New York on a ring in vasion. and on his return, Terry gave him a -boxing lesson at the Coliseum. Paul Steadman has agreed to a 10-round bout ith Peewee Kaiser, according to Tippett. Kaiser has not given a definite answer.

The latter holds two decuaoaa over Steadman. while tsteadman won one bout. Steadman, who has been In training recently, has won his two latest fights on knockouts. Kaiser has been taking a layoff for the P5 montfts. When both are in top shape Kaiser is figured to Slight edge.

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did not play -with steel sha'ts. All my- steel-shafted clubs were left in New York. Young Smith has never seen the Winged Foot course where the United States open will be played this month. He will play over it when he returns from a trip to Toledo. Detroit, Philadelphia and Buffalo, to play exhibition matches with Hacin.

The schedule for the SmitV Hagen matches is Toleda Monday, Detroit Wednesday and then In New York State until the follow ing Sunday, when they probably will play at Philadelphia. TILDEN, HUNTER REACH FINALS IN SWISS TENNIS By the Associated Press. ZURICH, Switzerland, June S. Bill Tilden and Frank Hunter Qualified for the final in the Swiss ten nis singles championship today, both winning their semifinal matches. Big Bill defeated Fisher, 1 6, 61, 4.

and Hunter downed Christian Bouasus, young French southpaw. 7, S. Tilden and Hunter then reached the final in doubles as well by de feating Embank and Waurin, 6 4. 60, in the semifinals. Ruth Feek Much Better, He Tells Newspaper Men By the Associated Press.

NEW YORK, June S. Babe Ruth, the not-so-pale but always interesting invalid, granted an au dience today to the representatives of his subjects, otherwise the "newspaper fellaa Just to prove that he has lost neither the power of lung nor limb. Hey. do I look so sick or all through bellowed the Babe as he greeted the vanguard of a dozen reporters, whose admittance to the presence of the King of Clout was deftly a rranged by his business manager, Christy Walsh. The answer waa reaasuring and convincing.

There aeemed no rea son for it to be The Babe, except foraome slight shaki- nesa due to nearly a week's con finement, has lost none of his ruddy color, his good spirits and banter or his impatient, desire to be back in the game. Tet there seems no question that Ruth has been a sick man and that hi still is far from being in the pink of condition. He admits he could feel a lot better but the palna in hia chest, resulting- from a severe cold, and twinges across the shoulders have largely disappeared. ho said. He has been altUntr up most of the past two days, and he is indignant at the txagaarated reports of hia illness.

"It looks lika a guy has got to die before people are satisfied now. adays." he bewailed. DISTRICT NET EVENT TO OPEN SATURDAY The St. Louis District elimina tion tennis tournament wilt open next Saturday at the Triple A courts. The event ta open to any member cf a club Ire longing ta the district association.

Entries may be mailed to Karl Hodge, 421 Security Bidg. The committee directing the tournament ta com posed of Frad Baehr. chairman. Edmund Eer. raao.

Karl Burst and Ralph Ekrainka. Forrest Stackmaa w)U be the official referee, There will be an entrance fee af tl tn the singles and S3 ta the doubles. Canton Cats lifiUsvs. CANTON. ana new In field ens fcava Joined the Caataa club of the Central League.

Tbey are Eddie Taylor et tha Teieda eluh ef the America a Association aad Dutch Hoffman of the Mean- hurdles and third place in the i high. Genung of Washington won ith run. beating Virgil i'Gint of Chicago in an exciting fin-t ir.h. with Dodd. another Washlng-; jton runner, coming up fifth.

The Mu5kies also scored In the mile, the Shot put and the discus, Two of the three meet Tecords smashed were accounted for by two of Stanford trio of athletes. Reno Hohn, Kirkwood (left) and Miss Wills Only American Winner In Three Matches Ey the Associated Press. BERLIN, Germany, June 8. Berlin -society and the American colony turned out In force today to make Helen Wills first appearance of the tennis season here a gala occasion. A capacity crowd of 6000 saw the queen of American tennis win in her customary decisive fashion but defeat of both her teammates gave the German girls a lead of 2 to 1 in the first day's matches of the international series.

Playing without stockings while German notables, including the former Crown Prince Frederick tn an obscure bleacher seat, looked down from packed stands, Miss Wills easily disposed of the German star, Paula Vo i Reznicek. 6 3. 6 2. Fraulein Irmgard defeated Miss Marjorie Morrill of TJedham, In the opening match, 8 10, 7 5. fi 2." however, and Fraulein Cecilia Anssem downed Miss Edith Cross of San Francisco 6 1, 6 2.

Fraulein von Heznicek held her own. for a time with Miss Wills, winning the first, third and fifth games of the first, set but tired quickly as the American star ran her from one side of the court to the other. with baseline shots. Ali the games were marked by sustained baselines duels from the back courts. Wray Brown Wins at Kansas City Special to the Fost-Diapatcw.

KANSAS CITT. June S. Unless Kansas City's tennis representatives play inspirational tennis tomorrow afternoon, the Drum-mond Jones Trophy is destined to be crated back to St. Louis for another year's stay. In the opening round cf play here today at the Rockhill Tennis Club, the St.

Louis visitors annexed one singles and a doubles battle, the lion's share of the program. Wearing a battered panama and sleeveless shirt. Wray Brown turned back the latest meteor on the sectional tennis horizon. Billy Ftynn. in straight sets.

6 1, 6 1. The red-headed Rockhill youngster who Is far short of the voting age. fouRht gumely but fruitlessly against his more experienced opponent. Early in "the match, Flynn set about to work on Brown's backhand. but was checVrd by a disconcerting chop.

After the preliminary skirmishes. Brown established himself as master, keepinsr the inter-scholastic champion hopping all over the court. Although a verdict net returned until three sets had been played, the Hubbell-Karl Hodge duel lacked the entertainment qualities of the initial event. Hub-hell won the match. 6 5, 4 S.

61. Hodge and Brown reappeared in the doubles to defeat Hubbell and Francis Fltipatrtek. 3. i 3. This match supplied the spice and dash of the afternoon's play.

Hodge proved himself to be a doubles p'ayer of merit, a style of play mora acceptable in the syndicate, form. Tomorrow's stnglffw illiam Flynn. Kansas City, tm, Karl llndge, St, Louts; Johnny HobbeU. Kansas City, s. Wray Known.

S. loutx. lnMr Habhell-rttxpatrlck vs. lipown-Hodjc. Cotrbett Wins Another SAN FRANCfSCO.

June 8. Tvng Corbett of Fresno, wel-terwieght litis contender, had another victory to hia credit today after his easy decision over Al Van Rjan of Duluth. Minn, ta a It-round rghtliera last night. Corbett on eiery reani but he could not ttijt acre a knockoat pxech. Bob Nevin, Christian Brothers.

Umek Wins Day's Lap in Pyle's Bunion Derby By the Associated Press. AZTEC. Arix June 8. Giusto Umek of Italy won today's 44.4 mile lap of C. C.

Pyle's transcontinental foot. race. He covered the desert road from Gila Bend to. Aztec in six hours 13 minutes. Guy Shields of Picher, retains eleventh place with total elapsed time of He ran eleventh today in 8:10:15.

Second place went to Pete Gav-uzzi. bew hiskered Italian from England, in six hours, twenty-three minutes, five seconds. Johnny Salo. flying cop. still leader in elapsed time, tied for third place in today's jaunt with Herbert Red-ID an of New York.

Their time was six hours 40 minutes and 10 sec-1 onds. It was the second successive-day that Umek had won a lap from Salo and Gavuazi. Paul Simpson, Burlington, N. G-, college youth, was fifth man to cross the tape. 2-1.

B. McNamara of Australia was sixth and Harry Abramowitz and Sam Richman, both of New York, deadlocked in seventh place. In finishing- ahead of Salo today, Gavuzzi cut down the Passaic cop's elapsed time lead over him to one hour nine minutes 14 seconds. Salo complained that he had suffered from stomach trouble during the day. Gavuzzi set a heartbreaking, pace for the first thirty miles.

Toward the end the rough gravel roads slowedim up, however, and Umek slipped by him. Tomorrow the Bunioneers wilt move 42 miles west to Wcllton, Arix. The elapsed time record: I John Salo, Passaic, N- 453:55:1:4. Pete Gavuzzi. England, 455 3 Guisto Umek.

Italy. 463:34:38 4 Sam Richman, New York, 5 Paul Simrson, Burlington. 6 Phillip Granville, Hamilton, Ont. 7 M. B.

McNamara, Australia. 548:14:14. Herbert Hedeman. New York, 552:58:55. 9 Harry Abramowitz, New York, 557:53:31.

10 ike "Joyee, Cleveland. O. II Guy Shields, Picher, 613:2:35. 12 El win Harbine. Santa Rosa, 34:66:18.

13 Elmer Cowley, Clifton, N. 651:48:51. 14 Joe Spangler. New YorK, 660:01:57. 15 Pat Harrison, Miami, 660:04:34.

TRIPLE A TENNIS TEAM PLAYS ALUMINUMS TODAY The tennis team of the Triple A Club will play ts Yirt Inter-Club match of th season this afternoon. Aluminum Teams Club will oppose the Triple players on the Triple A courts MacSmlth, former St. Louis District Junior star, win head the Alumlntm team. In the other match cf Division A of the District interclub tournament the Magnolia Tennis Club win entertain the Westtorougl Country Club team Th only contest scheduled la Division. ts the one between Westwood C- and the BridSespur Hunt INTERCOLLEGIATE GOLF CHAMPION DEFEATED HARRISON, N.

June 8. Maurice McCarthy of Georgetown, intercollegiate golf champion, waa beaten today in the semifinals of the. Westchester amateur championship by a college rival, AJ Bred heck of Perm. Brodbeck won I up at the nineteenth hole. George Brash, defending champion, qualified to meet Prod beck in the final by defeatinr A Jones a Westchester club- 3 and 2.

I Harlow Rot hers established a new I meet record In the shot put with I his toss of 60 feet 3 Inches in the 3 preliminaries yesterday and R. W. Edmonds came back today to tie Tommy Ware of Northwestern for new meet record In the pole vault Isvith a leap of 13 feet 7 inches. Batting and Fielding Averages Of Browns and Cardinals Browns. Name rs.

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Negro lumper I front the University of Iowa, won the broad jump with a leap of feet SH inches and finished vecond to Shelby of Oklahoma In the high jump, with the Okla-honvan clearing six feet three Inches. Thus Gordon, a memoer tet thfc Olympic team last year, tied with Rockaway of Ohio State for second place among the Individual point winners. Ruell Walter of Northwestern, turned in one cf the sensations when he defeated the fleet Wil liamson Oklahoma Baptists. nd Tet Broftn, FitUburg. Olympic star, in the 449-yard run In'': 4 7.9.

Walter, going into the stretch- In fifth place, eut loose with a remarkable burst of speed and took the lead from th pace-setting Williamson In the Ust tour strides. Pavld Abbott. Illinois two-mile tchampion and also an Olympic tar. ran a spectacular race tr trl-timpb to tha two-mile event. He passed Manning Wlcoita, ho had set the paca for more than a mile, on the back stretch la the last lap.

Abbott opened up a. big lead but Manning Thad some thing left and come on with courageous challenge almost catch tut Abbott at the tape. Trantik Ureak Into Score. Of tbt 44 teams that broke into coring, Iowa a amb, with. S4 points, Michigaa seventh with 25.

Pittsburg eighth with 21. Northwestern ninth with 1 1 and Cl.i- rago teeth with I. lUce loat'tute. Houston, eleventh with 14 and Indiana and Oregon twelfth with 15 point each. irajusg the Uooaiers and Ore.

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