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-AMES DAILY TRIBUNE TIMES. AMES, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8. 'BUT BBTTE1 IM AMEI' Miller's Win Two Games From Decker's Packers TEYEBAUGH HITS OPENING GAME By HARRY GRAYSON LOUIS—Good ball players are bcouminp so scarce that they can't be developed even with such an elaborate system as that e! Cardinals Miller's Painters took both ends ! Time was «'!H.: of'a double bill from Decker's ; could come ut> Packers of Mason City by 3-2 and < Ho fey. a Charley wick or a Dean b; Crowd Disagrees With , b a Decisions of the Umpire a string But as ing and ' 15-4 counts before an unsympa- ; thetic and discourteous crowd at : the Junior Chamber of Commerce diamond Tuesday evening. /Tevebaugh's home run in the i sixth inning of the initial encount- j these er won the game for Ames. Mose- • ness had scored in the first and , Mullica in the second for the lo- j cals. The Packers tallied in the i third and fourth. | The two teams are on even grounds now, each having defeat- td' the 'other twice. The lineup for the first Miller's Paint«rs--3 AB R •< " ; Prn:ich with a Colbert. store Louis Rickey Chick a Mcti- covered he had a corking one sitting on the bunch in Od-Sl Hale Co::n:e Mnck sought riuhers. Hoston Brooklyn ami Cincinnati shinned for succor in the National League Jimmy hitc yankin in | Dykes frar.kly admits >„'>!)'! know i'l.iw the are to be rebuilt. :ors. the ;'.'. •i:i.ii a Coast ocers pointed ! ' | out. about all .Sam L'rcjdon is do- \vit!i his ci^iit subsidiaries day? is nulir.g the uacin- ploymcnt situation. The Cardinal.- undoubtedly would be r:sl;r 0:1 the tails of the Giant? now hail they been able to obtaii 1 pitchir.:: help during: the first half of the campaign when Came Softened Up YVTni tl:e W;!si:i!!.it * ' / . .- , :'< suf- series H E Hagen, sf • -.. Moseness, 2b . Tevehaugh, Ib White, Iss ... Mullica, If ... Miller, c Linder, rf .... Atkinson, cf .. Munson, p ... Skortman, 3b 1 1 n 1 n n o .1 o .2 (I 0! n| < Totals Decker's Packers—2 Suter, 3b .. • • — L. Kaufman, sf M. Kaufman, p Dosen, If Cordle. Ib DiMarco, rf — Van Note, c Haddy, 2b Callahan. Iss Wiltgen.'cf -- 4 1 ,i, e pean pretty nua: r j e idr. r a ;id have come ° | Martin. Sp 1| and Medwi B UI ther AB R ..3 0 . .3 n . .3 0 ..2 (I 1 0 n o l n ..3 H l 1 i) o l n o n 0 -n b."r>t li e:'s carried o:; i a'c'iie Another in- outfic Uivr also would in ha::d> a* Pepper ctiy Durocher. Fris-ch K went ci;i -in turn j -; was no one ai Co- i himbas Koch^tc r . H o u s t o n. | Springfield .Mo.. Klmlra Greens- j boro. and other Cardinal fferms ] worth brill?:!'.? up Vance Alone Available I N it? pitching emergency Sam Breadon & Co had to turn to its ally the Cii-cir.imii club and take on old Da:zy Vance just as they brought another Gulliver of ihe game Burleigli Grimes from Boston four year; before With all their franchise?' the Cardinals have been unable to produce a shortstop since Gelbert met with hi? lamentable hunting n mipreceiio:'-:-'" there were ;;:r.< believed \'.? «'.•••.: l\it boy rr.iMnc'l :i>- S : .v couldn't cf only a told me wn? were playing in ether aTternoon. haven't sufficient through a 154- One Unseeded Net Survivor At Longwood CHKSTM'T H1I.L. Mass. <l'.H>— Three quarter-final matches were on the program Wednesday in the -U'nd annual Longwood bowl men's singles tennis championship in which most of the nation's stars ! excepting the Davis cup group are • competing. I One natch brot together top- I seeded Wilmer Allison of Austin, j Toy., and the only uuseeded survivor, Robert M. Bryan of Chattanooga, Tenn., both of whom won five-set matches Tuesday. Allison eliminated John McDiarmld of Fort, Worth, Tex., 6-1, 2-6, 3-6. 6-1, 6-3. Bryan outlasted Henry Prusoff of Seattle, Wash., in a three-hour contest 6-4, 4-6. --6. 11-9. 6-2. Other matches pined Frankie Parker of Spring Lake. X. J., against John Van Ryn of Philadel- i phia. and Berkeley Bell of New- York against Don Budge of San Francisco. Jack Tidball of Hollywood reached the semi-final by de- j fault when Bryan M. (Bitsy) Grant the o I* rl j d p. ' spike w was ;h~ l>;;seba:> 5 hoe :•: wot;.';: f hop rig: Ilin* sf j broke in in :JKv a play- let a little tiling like z cui"rt keep him in store having tobacco juice r':icpt:V solution in You'd take off your ;1 s"'ck some old-timer '•; on the rut, and you'd ' f'ai k in there, for fear ;:-vi"-dy w-e;:;d steal your of Atlanta, seeded second, with! drew at the request of his father i after beating Edward Fuller of Salem Tuesday: The elder Grant felt Bitsy's near collapse at Southhampton last week indicated he needed a rest. WHITE M TURN BACK CLEVELAND Indian Hurlers Slump Seriously NEW YORK il'.Et — A dismal meeting was held at Coiuiskey field Chicago. Tuesday afternoon, attended by athletes of the Chicago and Cleveland baseball clubs, in which the Chicago boys tried to make it plain to the Clevelanders that this is not their year. Big George Earnshaw, the Swarthmore sidewheeler, was chosen as spokesman and gave a very- effective oration, delivering his message in baseballs. When his speech was over, Cleveland found itself nine games behind the leading Detroit Tigers. It was i he fifth setback the Indians have suffered in their last eight starts. It involves a slump in their most able throwing fellows —Willis Hudlin, Oral Hildebrand, Mel Harder and Boh Wieland. all of whom tasted defeat last week— and a sudden weakness in the batting eye of such bat men as Odell 1! ! accident in the t;i!l -2K 2 Totals Score by innings: Decker's P-ckeis . . . 0 0 1 10 0 0—2 Miller's Painters . . . 11 n o 0 1 "—" Local Pitchers Lead Visitors The Painters went ahead in the second inning cf the second game , and were never in danger. Suter. lead-off mau fr* the Packers, hit the Hist, pitched ball of the game for a home run. White of Arues clouted a circuit ' ; drive over right field, scoring Mo'seness. During this contest the crowd vehemently disagreed with several of the umpire's decisions, finally taking their ill-feeling out on Mason City's hefty pitcher by niak- TO2 Dui rocher a hrilliant fielder, but an j All-America nut. had to be obi tained from Cincinnati :n May of last year At least ten major league clubs have made frantic efforts to patch weak spot? this season with no success Detroit vaiuod outfielders Cleveland scoured the country for a catcher and outfielder—and a second baseman.] too. before Walter Johnson dis-j "Players are swabbed and ban- cag?ci to death nowadays "0:i their last trip to St Louis, one of our" fellows heard Doc Pair.icr. the Yankee trainer, say he had 10 so to a drug store to get some Florida water " 'What do you <5o with Florida water'' he asked. ' 'Oh t!;cy like lo have it in the sponge bucket.' replied Painter 'it revives them ' "Isn't that a hot one'" Florida water ?rd bail player? having to be revived Collins Defeats Nevada Drug Team Monday Evening I ROCHESTER. X. Y. CE> — Ky Laffoon. Denver, led the field by- one stroke Wednesday as 140 en- rants teed off on the Oak Hill j Country club links in the second IS hole qualifying round of the Rochester Centennial-Walter Hagen £3,000 open. The westerner, puffing a big black cigar and munching chocolate bars, blasted out a 6S in the opening round Tuesday — three strokes under par and a stroke ahead of his nearest rival, Tom Newlove of Syracuse. Gordon Taylor. Toronto amateur, carded 37-33 for a 70 and Leo Diegel shot 35-35 for another 70. Walter Hagen, in whose honor the tournament is being conducted as a part of Rochester's centennial celebration, turned in 35-37 for a ~2. Hagen learned his golf as a caddy and later as pro at the country club here. k CHICAGO CEi - Four budding j COLLINS-The Weld Drug Bobby Joneses shared medal hon- I hall team made their wins five out ors in the twenty-first annual west- J O f the last six goes when they ern junior golf tournament Wed_ nesday as 32 players got off on the ing"hTnj~thp"butt"of""manV unsport-! firsl -round of match play. " ing remarks. •Ames hurlers held an edge over the.. Packer pitchers. Munsofc fanned two and walked three in the first game while M. Kaufman struck-out one and walked two. Mason City collected five hits and the Painters got but four, however, one.of..the visitor's blows came ! downed the Nevada Drug team at i Nevada Monday evening by the The leaders smoked a par 71 off j score of 5 to 3. jthe course of the Hinsdale Country j C ; ar i5, Collins Spencer Links Are Prepared For Tournament SPENCER, busy reviving i U.E>— -Workmen are sun-baked . greens nurler. Orleans, j three hits and fanned six batters, diamond will be | dub. j Fred Hsa=. jr.. of New new southern amateur finished a par round first. _ an hour his figure was matched by i io" C al"drug£ters a'reT asked to get Keith Johnson of Bloommston, III.; ; jn tou ,. h with H _ E Weid . man ag- Elton Hill, University of Illinois.' and fairways in preparation for the a.HO'ft €u anrinol nriri ri TL-oof Tritca nnpn cnlf , The Collins champion, rea( jy f or n jghr. play this week and Within t eams Dishing games with the in _the. seventh frame and the lo-j cals did not bat in that inning. In the second game Mullica whiffed nine and passed two. Kephart .and Suter fanned but two and passed seven. Ames got ten hits, less than their number of runs, while the Packers were held to Tour scattered bingles. ' The lineup for the second contest: Millsr's. Painters—15 AB R (and Pialph Ackerman,..Mohawk, 111. er of the team. Eleven of the 2-3 entering players tied at 77 and played a second round for the last six positions is I Wednesday's play. j Kagjn, sf ... .. 4 \ Mcseness. Ib 4 2 Tevebaugh, Ib 3 s White, iss n r; Mullica, p 4 2 Miller, c " i Lirider, rf .1 n Atkinson, cf 2 1 Cra : g. If 2 i Skcnnian, 3b 2 1 Totals "0 15 Decker's Packer:—4 AB R SutP'r, Iss 4 2 L. Kaufman, sf . :; 2 M. Kaufman, 3b i n Dosen, If 3 n Cordle. Ib 3 n DiMarco, rf ......." n Van Note. c. ;; n Callahan, 2b :; n Wiltgen. cf !' r, o Kephart, p ....?, n E 0 j ' oi 11 1 I oi n i n i 1 I TILBEN'S PLAY THURSDAY Tilclen Manufacturing will meet ths Orange Kist team, fast colore-d outfit from Des Moines. on the Junior Chamber of Commerce diamond ?.t 9 o'clock Thursday evening. SOX BUY A HAFEY CHICAGO, OLE) — The Chicago White Sox Tuesday announced the purchase of Outfielder Dan Haiey from the Mission club of the Pacific Coast league for delivery next spring. He is a nephew of Chick Hafey of Cincinnati, and is hitting .Z:,4. according to White Sox official?. He hats and throw's right- handed. annual northwest Iowa open I tournament which will be played on the Spencer country club course Aug. 17 to 20 inclusive. A brilliant field of links marksmen is scheduled to enter the meet in which Hal Chase. Des Moines. 1933 champion, will defend his title. Outstanding entrants include: Milo McWilliams. Cherokee: Ole Williamson, Fairmont; Obe Wenig, Sioux City; John Kraft, Oelwein; Glen Chase, Paullina; and Walter Thomas, Dale Jones and Biaine Asher. all of Spencer. Noted Violinist .Totals ;;i 4 j 7 Score by innings: Decker's Packers . .2,1 20 no o- ,; Miller's Painters .. 2 4 o it 4 r, *—i: Big League Batting By UNITED PRESS Player. Club AB R H Pet. Manush, Senators 397 74. 15S .?,!)(! G-ehrig, Yankees 393 93 147 .374 Gehringer, Tigers 397 101 146 .3KS Terry. Giants 4fl6 SS 549 .367 P. .Waner, Pirates 406 75 l-!8 .36." Home Runs Gehrig, Yankees. 36: Foxx, Athletics, 34; Ott. Giants, 29; Johnson, Athletics, 28; Berger, Braves. ;s. Runs Batted In Gehrig, Yankees, 125: Ott, Giants, 119; Bonura, White Sox. 96; Gre<enhurg. Tigers, S6. HORIZONTAL 2. 5 Who was the American violinist in ihe picture? 11 Exclamation of sorrow. 13 Soul. 15 Orient. 17 Printed or written symbol IS Classical language. 19 To trick. 20 Wrath. U Nullified. 23 To fish. 24 Southeast. 35 Within. 27 Angry. 30 Lariat. 33 Ventilated. 34 Pertaining to birds. 35 Assessment amount. 36 Wigwams. 37 Myself. 3S Corpse. S3 Stir. 42 Heavy silk Answer to Previous Puzzle fabrics. 4S Sweet potato. 51 Soft brooms. 53 Norm. 54 Pony's easy Rait. T5 Thought. 56 To observe. 57 S molding. 55 Sh?. was a ----- I'-IayfT. 50 And a suc- the 10 Courtesy sons. 12 Gibbon. 14 To scold; 16 Mineral spring. 21 Sewing instruments. 22 Distends. 24 Visible vapor. 26 Hubs. 28 Inlet. 29 Work of skill. 31 Iniquity. 32 Perched. 39 Amidic. 40 Heavy flightless bird. VERTICAL 41 Opposite oi 1 She tried to closed. make the best 43 Part of "be." violin music 44 Greatest pop- Hale, Earl Averill, Vosmik and Knickerbocker. During the last weeks in July, shortly after rumors of a. change in management, promptly scotched by the club owners, the Indians hit a blistering pace, winning 11 out of 16 starts against eastern invaders. They swung into the closing week with a dazzling burst of speed, taking five out of six games. But the slump appears to have hit them, and it comes at a time when both the Tigers and Yanks are picking up speed into the home stretch. Earnshaw Tuesday held the Indians scoreless for eight innings, and the White Sox won, S-2. Odell Hale got a homer in the ninth. Detroit, meanwhile, tacked another half game on its lead, beat- t ing St.. Louis 12-S with an eight run j rally in the seventh, while The Yankees were splitting with Washington. Schoolboy Rowe hurt his back on the first pitch and had to retire. New York came from behind in the ninth to win the opener, 4-3, Fraak Crosetti's single scoring Lazzeri and Rolfe, The Senators slammed Johnny Broaca for. 17 hits to win the nightcap, 6-3. Boston lost to the Athletics, 9-4. Henry Johnson was nudged off the hill in a five-run outburst in the first two heats. New York's Giants put on The heat, drawing away to a four-game lead as they beat the Brooklyn Dodgers, 6-4. Travis Jackson's triple in the seventh broke a tie, scoring three. The Cubs dropped a point, losing to Pittsburgh on Arky Vaughan's i homer in the first with two aboard, j The Pirates won 4-1. j Ed Brandt hung up another for i Boston, beating the Phillies 3-1. The Braves scored three in the first, slapping Euel Moore for two doubles, a single and a sacrifice. Dizzy Dean hung up the twentieth win of the season for St. j Louis as he bowled over the Cincinnati Redlegs, 2-0. fanning six and allowing six hits. The Reds cashed in on Wild Bill Hallahan in the nightcap 9-2, Allyn Stout holding the Cards to five hits. Top Seeded Players Win In National Cl'LVER. Ind. (U.P> — Tot> seeded players entered the third round of the national junior and boys tennis meet still favorites Wednesday with one exception. Gene Mako of IMS Angeles, seeded No. 1 for the title which barely has eluded him for two years, drew a bye in the opening round Tuesday and easily eliminated Russell Shirk of Bloomington, 11!., 6-0. 6-0. Moving with him into the third brackets were Ramsey Potts, Memphis, and Ernest Suiter of New Orleans, chesen by the dope- sters to furnisn his strongest opposition. Potts defeated Douglas Coyle of Chicago 6-1, 6-U, and Sutler eliminated Richard Tindall of SL Louis 6-1. 6-2, to advance. The only upset of the day was the defeat of Karry March of Washington, seeded sixth, by Harry Thompson of Manchester. Mass. In the boys' tournament Dan Kantrowitz of New York. John Palfrey, jr.. Sharon, Mass.: Isadore Belliss. Philadelphia: David Johnson. Washington, and Gordon Giles. Salt Lake City, were among the seeded players who won. Best's Win First Game in Tourney Best's Electric Juniors defeated the Story City boys in the first round of a district junior softball tournament being held at Ankeny by a 4 to 2 score Tuesday evening The local boys collected four hits off Mellang, ace hurler from Story ity. Mellang had lost but .one game this season and at one time beat Best's 5 to 1. Clyde Jones pitched the win for the Ames jun- ors and Weeks was behind the plate. Ankeny defeated Carr's Park Juniors 2 to 1 in another first round game Tuesday. Best's will meet the Polk City soys in a semi-final game Wednes- I day evening at Ankeny. j CHURCH RITE CLEVELAND, U'.i:»—A fragment of stone from St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, Scotland, was deposited beneath the Williamson chancel of the Church ot the Covenant when the ninetieth annlveruary ot the Second Presbyterian church here was celebrated. Miss Ellwi- b*th Dalryniple Gourlay donated the relic, from the church of her childhood. LIGHTS AT COLLINS j The lighting equipment is being installed on the kittenball field at tho school grunds. Plans now are being made to have the lights ready for use for the games Thursday evening, Aug. 9. Shorts Permitted In Illinois Golf EVAXSTON, 111. of the contestants (UJB)— Several in the Illinois women's golf championships Tuesday appeared in shorts because of the extreme heat and humidity. Altho banned by the Metropolitan Golf association, New York, shorts will be permitted in western tournaments, according to Mrs. Howard Raymond, president of the Women's Western Golf association. "I expect the vogue of shorts for golf to grow among both women and men,'' she said. "It is simply a question of comfort and sufficient, covering." T STANDINGS WESTERN LEAGUE W. L. IS to all. 2 Female horse. 3 To query. 4 Low place between hills, 5 Century plant fiber. f> To leave out. 7 To decrease. S Guided. 9 To extol. sible amount. 45 Fresh-water fish. 46 Golf devices. 47 Deity. 48 Ascetic. 49 Monkeys. 50 Appropriate. r>2 Membranous bag. 54 Card game. Davenport Topeka 20 Rock Island 16 Sioux City 15 Des Moines 16 Omaha 12 Cedar Rapids 11 St. Joseph 9 Tuesday Results n&vr-nport S, Omaha 2 I City 7. Des Moines 4: i pi'ls 0. St. Joseph 0: •: Rock Island 7. Pet. Ml .84;. .552 .517 .454 .425 Western Coaches Favored for All- American Position CHICAGO (UJJ— Three western conference football coaches Wednesday held the lead in the nationwide poll to select a coach for the Ail-American college team which will play the Chicago Bears, professional champions, at Soldier field, Aug. 31. The contest ends Friday night. The three leaders are Noble Kizer, Purdue, 99,728: Dick Hanley, Northwestern, 98,530, and Robert C. Zuppke, Illinois, 98,179. Behind them come Jimmy Crowley, Fordham, 97,533; Harry Kipke, Michigan, 96,163; Slip Madigan, St. Mary's, 91,163, and Lou Little, Columbia, 87,735. Washington, N. Y. Printers Favored NEW YORK, (U.P)—With Detroit eliminated by its second defeat at the hands of -Twin Cities, 8-6, the union printers international baseball league resumes play Wednesday with Washington and New York favored to take the title held last year by Detroit. Washington meets Pittsburg and New York tackles Cincinnati at Yankee stadium, while Twin Cities plays Chicago at Qeorge Washington field. Lad Recognizes Comedian Ates In Ames Tues. The thrill that comes once in a life time—to recognize a movie actor far from his native haunts, and talk to him. Richard Mathison, young son of Amiel Mathison, proprietor of the Mathison.Motor company, had this ambition fulfilled Tuesday evening when Roscoe Ates, stuttering omedian of the talkies, stopped at the Mathfeon garage to 'hive his ar serviced. Ates was traveling from the east back to Hollywood and while his car was at the garage, spent a brief time resting at the Sheldon-Munn ictel. He was accompanied by a voung man who'sl^dentity was not earnefl. ' ; "I recognized him Tight away," Richard said. "He had a "CaJifor- nia license on his car, so I- asked lim If- he•• was- Roscoe Ate$j and ie said he was". ;? ,-"' 'He. looked .just like he does in ;he movies. He let me stand with im wfiile we had pur-.picture tak- m, but ie acted rather bored all the time," Dick said. "He didn't stutter at all while he was talking ;o us." Sioux Cedar Ra Top'ka :>. SOFT BALL 9. C. C. Fieldhons* Diamond TONIGHT 6:30—Highway vs. P. 0,-Red Arrow 8:00—Tribune vs. Ames City Employes 9:30—Building and Grounds vs. Hart Bros. Bleacher Beats lOc NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. York 67 3S .430 .126 Chicago 62 41 fit. l.o-iis 59 44 I Boston 53 52 Pittshiirph 49 51 ' Brooklyn 43 58 ! Philadelphia 43 61 Cincinnati 36 67 Tuesday Results St. Louis 2-2, Cincinnati 0-9; Pitisburgh 4. Chicago 1; New York fi. P.roklyn 4: Boston 3, Philadelphia 1. Three League Games Under Junior Lights Three Industrial league games are scheduled for the Junior Cham her of Commerce diamond Wed Pet. nesday evening. At 6:30 the Highway meets the .802 Post-Office Red Arrow outfit. The Tribune will play the City of Ames HI. S o'clock. In the third game, the Building and Grounds meets Hart Brothers •11?, j at 9:30. S5i) i ___#, COLLINS Two auto Collins drivers were in accidents Monday. Henry Johnson's truck -load of oats was damaged when struck by a car driven by L. M. Pierce of Marshalltown as Mr. Johnson was attempting to make a left hand turn on highway 64, two miles south of here. Mrs. Pierce and two daughters were riding in the Marshalltown car. The car was j damaged, but no one was hurt. | "Fred Luing. making a left hand I turn on the highway south of here I was struck by a truck load of corn, j The truck was upset in the ditch j and both the truck and the car were badly damaged. Mr. Luing was given medical attention in Colo for several serious cuts. The truck driver was not injured. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. !,. 66 37 Pet. Detroit 66 37 .641 New York 64 38 .fi27 Cleveland 56 4S .549 Boston 54 51 .514 Washington 48 55 .466 St. Louis .44 54 .449 Philadelphia 39 59 .398 • Chicago 37 6S 352 Tuesday Results ! N>w York 4-3, Washington 3-6; I Chicago S. Cleveland 2; Detroit 12, _ jSt. Louis s; Philadelphia 9, Boston j I »• MONSTER BROKE NETS MURPHYSBORO, 111., UT.P) — There's something in Carbon lake near here too big for fishermen to handle. The monster breaks thru their nets without trouble. Whether it is an 80-pound buffalo, or a 125-pound "shovelbill," or a monster alligator gar, or a 100-pound snapping turtle, they are unable to tell. "Politics" in School Muddle CEDAR POINT, 0. UIP.I— "Politics" was blamed for the financial plight of Ohio schools, in ar address of State Senator D. J. Gunsett before Ohio Education association delegates here. Senator Gunsett charged Ohio legislators "were, afraid to spend money lest their constituencies take them to task." Yesterday's Heroes By United Press Dizzy Dean, Cards --• shut out Ueds for twentieth win. Harlan Clift, Browns- got two ! doubles. t*a sinalos in five trips. 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