Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 10, 1934 · Page 4
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Ames, Iowa
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Friday, August 10, 1934
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DAILY TRIBUNE TIMES, AMES. IOWA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 10. 1931 "BUY BETTER IK AMES" Phil Weintraub Carving Place in Giants Lineup SPORTS ALL-TIME 2IEKS New York Flychasers Most Formidable In Circuit NEW YORK <U.»— traub, the nattily dressed young rookie from Nashville, Tenn.. who is spelling Joe Moore in the rnid- dle meadow for the New iork Giants -is rapidly placing himself with Memphis Bill Terry's champions. , , Thursday Weintraub hit safely in his tenth consecutive game — and his strench in the big time- is 11 games. He hit not once but four times, and now sports an all- time major league batting average of 476 for his two weeks of play. With O'Doul and Weintraub as extras, in addition to Ott Moore and Watkins, the Giants have the most formidable crew of fly-chasers in the circuit. The Giants added a half game to their lead in the National loop. b°ating Brooklyn 16-5, while the Cubs were rained out of their game with Pittsburgh. With Van Lingle Mungo used up after his 2-0 shutout against -the Giants Wednesday. Terry's terrors took advantage of three steerage pitchers thrown in at them. Whale Benge They -whaled Ray Bcnge for three runs in the first, and leaped on their old mate, Lefty Clark, who relieved Benge, for four more runs in 'the second. Len Koenecke was the only Dodger -who was able to reach Hal Schumacher, getting two homers and a single and batting in three runs. Detroit added another game to its lead in the American league, belting out the St. Louis Browns, 13-2, for their ninth straight win, while the Yankees were idle in Washington. Mickey Cochrane, the Detroit overseer, whacked four safeties in six tries, drove in five runs and stole two bases. Boston bunched 14 hits in five innings to take a 15-2 lead over the Athletics. At the end of the fifth .it rained and the game was called with the score that way. Johnny Welch held the Mackmen hitlees and .scoreless until the fifth -when Ed Coleman's single Haves homer scored two. Dressen Up the Reds BASEMAN AGAIN BACK PPOM NASHVILLE, TMIS TACKLE MERCULEAN TASK oF MAKING -&E CINCINNATI CWUCK BASE BALL ISN'T CMARLEY'S ONLY SPORT. PLAYED QUAFTTER IN PRO FOOTBALL AND TRAINED RACE WORSES. DRESSEN WAS CALLED BY THE GIANTS LAST FALL, WHEN JOHNNY VERGEZ WAS STRICKEN MTU APPENDICITIS HUXLEY TEAMS I SPLIT GAMES HUXLEY — The Huxley girls softball team won their half of a double-header at Huxley Wednesday night, defeating the Marquis- j ville girls 20 to 6. In the second game, the Aero club of Des Moiiies defeated the Huxley boys 4 to 2. Wbalen. pitching for the Aero club, held Huxley to two scores in the first inning. McCurrin's homer in the second with one on tied the score. One run in the fifth and another in the seventh gave the Des Moines team the winning margin. Mullica, pitching for Huxley, walked one, fanned eight and allowed five hits. Whalen, for Aero club, gave two free passes, struck out nine and gave up three hits. The lintups: Aero Club—4 A8 R H E Morris. 2b 3 0 0 0 Whalen, p ....-• 3 0 1 0 Connolly, if 3 0 0 0 Kies, c 3 0 0 0 Gilbert, Ib 2 0 0 2 Hammer, rss 3 1 2 0 McCurrin. Iss 3 2 1 1 Mayer, 3b 3 1 1 1 Bosnian, rf 3 0 (I 1 Lorenz, cf -3 n 0 0 Industrial League Standings W. L. Pet. Highway Tribune- Hart Bros Ames City Employes Bldg. & tinis P. O.-H- A D. I TEAM BALL TITLE The Pf# Moinfs Roadside Juniors won ''•£ district junior softball title by defeating Best Electric Juniors 3 to 1 in the final game played at Ankeny Thursday evening. The game was exceptionally fast ami accurate, both teams playing etrorless ball. The local boys couldn't connect with their bats and registered hut two blows, one of which was Soienson'" home run, Ames' only si-ore. Good. Des Moines pitcher, held an edpe over C. Jones of Ames when the final count was made. ORANGE KISTS Tilden Manufacturing administered a severe beating to the Orange Kist colored team ot Des Moines in a listless game played uuder the lights ou the Junior Chamber of Commerce diamond Thursday evening by a 20 to " count. Berg, ace hurler for Ames, pitch! ed but nine balls in the first inn! ing and three Des Moines hatters 1 went down without so much as a tick. I The locals batted around in both the first and second ftames, Dick- I eson batting twice in the first and ! H. Hagen contributing two strikeouts in the seconj. llageu received the crowd's approval. Tilden's bigest inning was the second in which they touched Edwards, pop pitcher, for five hits, three walks and scored eight runs. The third inning Ames hatter? swung left-handed and failed to connect for a single blow. This was the only period in which they did not score. The Des Moines team scored their two runs in the seventh frame, when the locals scrambled fy HARRY GRAYSON while Jones struck seven and Totals -9 4 5 Huxley Boys—2 AB R H Mosness. 3b 3 0 0 R. Hagen, Iss 3 1 1 G. Miller, c 3 0 0 Mullica. p 3 1 0 Antill, Ib 3 n 1 B. Heggin. rss 2 0 0 Pjelland. 2b - • 3 0 0 Ryan, cf 3 0 0 Ritland. If 3 0 1 0. Sheldahl. rf " 0 n Good fanned nine and walked three tbeir ' lineul , am i COU !du't set ac eustonlec i lo their new positions. Manager Leo Koontz w.-ut in at second base. Berg whiffed 14 b.uu".? and walked but two when 1>- began to pitch left-handed. Edwards took the mom 1 .'.! for the walked thre>\ Des Moines got five hits. As a result of their play in the tournam-nt. tho local boys were granted four places on the district all-star team—more than any other outfit, secured. R. Koontz at. If. | p0 p" bo " v ' s \ n the second inning Owens at "b. Weeks at c. and C. Th(? j j[KU p S . AB R T\ETROIf —"Rogers If o r n s b y •^ agrees that the Detroit ball club could be improved upon, particularly in the outfield. "But the Tigers have one thing that will accomplish more than a string of 400 hitters." beamed the boss of the St. Louis Browns. "They have the urge. "It is a young outfit, and of the 23, only three —Cochrane, Goslin and Marberry—have been in world series and the more important money. The other -0 are as eager for glory as they are for gold. The race is a great adventure to them. The club has the spirit of a college football team. "After taking a third strike ..Jn Cleveland the other afternoon, tho game today." couldn't^ throw a ball 60 feet when Carroll cam* up from San Krancisco threa years ago. I'm throwing better than I have in two or three campaigns, and (ioslln the best In five. Few trainers could keep frail fellows like Fox and White in the thick of things as well as Carroll." Neither liornsby nor Cochrane believes either Gehrlg or Foxx will break Ruth's home run record of 60. "They'd have to hit one every other day from now on in," explained Hornsby "Ruth had an amazing September the year he buns up the mark. "It's a shame to see the Babe passing out. There ought to be Hank Greenberg threw his bat intOj a place for tne Bam He deserves the dugout, nearly killing four or ! a C h a nce as a manager five players. * « » '"Set 'em up in the other alley!',, AH Parks Bandboxes shouted Cochranf. "Nobody is going to fall asleep en that club." 4'Dt'TH was the greatest " straight away left-hand hit- in history. I'd say Joe Jack- Totals COAST Fl Heinie Webb Takes Mound for Typos In Printer Meet NEW YORK,. (GE>—The ancient but trusty left arm of Heinie Webb, - 42-year-old manager of Washington's typos, will be. depended upon Friday to bring back | jh lh an!! mnnaeerl to the international union printers ' bkseball title after a lapse of one year. The Firestone Hi-Speeds .ind the Coast to Coast, stores played what proved to be the feature game on the Junior Chamber of Commerce diamond Thursday evening and ended it in a 7-7 <lc d- lock after two extra inninfs ot' play. The game was called because of another contest. The Hi-Speeds jumped into the lead, scoring five runs in the first inning. They scored again in the third. ' The Coast stores counted in the Ths capital city nine is the only unbeaten club in the tournament"- and figures to clinch the crown in the opening game against Cincinnati at the Yankee stadium. Washington ousted Twin Cities from the tournament Thursday 7 to 3, after the St. Paul-Minneapolis nine pulled a surprise in <_-liminat- iHg 'Chicago, 12 to 9, earlier in the afternoon. TOP PLAYERS ENTER SEIGNIORY, Que., (UE)— Several high ranking United States tennis players onen play in the fifth annual international tournament at the Seigniory club. Visiting players include Cliff Sutter of New Orleans; Gil Hall of South Orange, N. J.; Herbert Bowman of New York and Eddie Deems of Forest Hills, N. Y. push one across in the seventh to knot the count at 6-aIl. Both teams went down in one- game. 0. Erickson was hit by a foul Up in the seventh and was taken out. The lineups: Firestone—7 AB Horning. 3b 0. Erickson. c 4 Warren, c Sorenson, Oh 3 Stahlman, If 4 Thompson, lh 4 Snyder. sf " Knouse. Iss 1 \ Boyd. rf 4 " iBoyd, rf 4 n \ Rullestatl. cf 3 '» I McGuiues?, p .. . •• 3 n i . ' 1-1 Ecfnio. p 1 . » Votal 36 ' ~ Coast to Coast—7 AB R H. .Jiweu. cf . • • 5 1 G. Jewett. 2h 5 1 Brownfield. 3b 5 0 Shipp.'lss 5 0 Chase, rf •• 5 3 Fields, If : 4 Trimble, lh 4 Bappe. sf . .3 Stouer. c 4 Huxley Girls~20 S. Legvold. Iss 3 M. Spooner. Ib 4 Doubleday. c 3 G. Spooner, p • •. .3 M. Helland. rss 3 I. Helland. if . ; .3 Mickelson. 2b 4 Tesdall, 3b 4 Ella Legvold. cf •• 3 Ellen Legvold. rf AB R H Joues on the pitching staff were th» elections from Best's. • The lineups: D. M. Roadside—3 AB Bow en. Ib 3 Taylor, is; '•'> Good, p . •-...."• Palowitz, If " r> J. Smith, r.b 3 P. Smith, c • -3 Jackowich. sf Hayes. 2b 1 Hesse, rf . .2 Xfg;ite. If !l R 1 0 o 0 n n n l n l Tilden Mfg.—20 Dickeson. Iss ~< j Tevebaugh. ib l ., I H. Hagen. c .... ( Koontz, 2b KelUy. Cox, If ter It was pointed out that an injury | son was next j f shoeless Joe might play havoc with ^ Detroit's j hadn . t go[ten mixed up in that J ' " Black Sox business, whack at this lively chances in the sprint down the j lamerl(able stretch. The squad is poorly and had a equipped in the line of reserves. ba ,,_ he (00 WQu]d have made a ,', The loss of Cochrane. Gehnngcr., parks , ook Hke min i atui . e colt Goslin or Greenberg for any length j courses •• "Cobb was of time might wreck the ship. Keep Fit With Carroll "T Olson, cf . Anderson. Grant, rf . Pickett. sf Berg, p ... .4 2b Totals -3 AB 221- Totals Marquisville Girls—16 Nella, cf Margie, c Marie. If Ruth. Iss { i Hazel, rss .. - • .. ! Elsie. P Mary. 3h MaUie, Ib Laura. 2b Violet, rf 0 0 — i . 32 20 24 1 AB R .2 1 0 Best Electric—1 " j Best, 2b 0 C. Jones, p .... R. Koontz, If . Owens. Iss .... Sorenson. ib . E. Jones, cf ... Cox. rf ........ Foster. 3b Weeks, r P. Koontz, sf . Totals .24 HAT may be true," admitted Mickey Cochrane, and he 3 ~ b ~ . ; 2! talked at length about Denny Car" .'_''.'_'.( •: •: \ roll, baseball's top trainer, whom he declarer! was as valuable as any man in the party. Carroll, at 56500 a year, is the highest salaried muscle manipulator in the sport. Cochrane says the Irishman is worth $20,000. "Not a man on the Detroit club has been forced nut by an injury or soreness, and two-thirds of the season has been run off." went on - ! 0 1 1 1 Totals Orange Kist—2 Harris, sf Brewer. 3b Dodo, Iss Knor, rf Jackson. Ib ... Edwards, c Manuel, If Miller. 2b Singleton, cf .. Clark, p 0. Edwards, p . AB H 0 1 1 n i) o "Gehrinser, the finest player In more scientific. He could drag the hall, bunt and place it with vastly more accuracy than either Ruth or Jackson, but not even Tynis could hit straight away like the Babe or Joe." Modestly excluding himself, Hornsby called Harry Heilmann the foremost right-hand hitter that the pastime has produced, hastily adding that Jimmy FoxR didn't trail the old Detroit dynamiter by any great distance. Hnrnsby and Heilmann vere Foxx's boyhood idols. "I wish I had inspired four or five more like him, and had them on my ball club now,'' concluded Hornsby. Score by innin.if. 1 Best Electric . ...0 0 0 0 1 n n—1 °!D M Roadside . .0 n 1 0 2 n *—;; o i _.. 0 ' Totals -5 2 5 Score by innings: Orange Kist ...n n 0 0 0 0 2— 2 Tilden Mfg 5 S i' 2 H 2 '-20 J _ ! Leland Boy and Totals .16 two, three order it th? eighth. In the ninth. G. Jewett hit a double for the chain store?, stole third and scored on a fielder's choice. In the second half of the ninth, I. Erickson, p 4 Knouse, Firestone shortstop, re-j Total -- 44 ceived a free trip to first, advanc-1 * ed on Boyd's hit and scored on] AL SIMMONS WEDS 1 0 1 16 Egemo's single to tie the game up] again. Horning fanned for the third out. McGuiness. tire hurler, pitched a bsautiful game and was relieved by Epemo in the ninth as he faced his .sixth crucial moment of the CHICAGO, d'JM — Al Simmons, Chicago White Sox star outfi-flder, and his bride, the former Cores I.ynn Reader. 10. were honeymoon- ins Friday at Middle Lake, near Laurierdale, Wis. A President's Mate Allison Faces Van Ryn in Longwood Bowl Net Tourney CHESTNUT HILL, Mass.. <l'.E>— Play in the 42nd annual Longwood Bowl men's singles tennis championship gets under way again Friday afternoon after a holiday during which men's doubles and" women's singles held the spotlight. The top-seeded Wilmer Allison of Austin, Tex., .faces his veteran Two Girls Swim W. Okoboji Lake j Glenn. 15. Bernice, 12, and L- j ' | nore, 17. children of Mr. and Mrs. i i S. H. Leland of Ames, swam across i ! West Okoboji lake from Sunset : beacli to Spencer beach, a distance of one and a half miles, Saturday afternoon, crossing in an hour and 15 minutes. The children were accompani « in the water by Miss Esther H. Dale, swimming instructor at the , Lynd, Minn., municipal pool. The j children hai'e swam across West Okoboji, where the Leland family "Girls today are very nice." a 100-year-old woman of Atlant'j City, "but they ought to wear more clothes." Then, if they do. how could we tell they're so nice? COMPLETE AUTO BODY SERVICE—WRECKED CARS REBUILT AWNINGS - TARPAULINS — SHADES Phone 538 — Ames, la. "Why, Helen! doubles partner, John Van Ryn of | is summering at. its cottage. Koo! Philadelphia, in one singles semi- j Kamp. several times this summer final, while Berkeley Bell of New'; but Saturday's distance was the TWO MORE PLAYERS CHICAGO, (LIE)— Two more players were added Friday to the ail- American college team which will meet the Chicago Bears, professional champions, at Soldier Fisld Aug. 31 when Fred Crawford, Duke tackle, and Ralph Graham. Kansas State halfback, accepted invitations to Play in the game. Answers to Test Questions Below are the answers to the test questions printed on page one. 1. Merlin. Collar bone. Ancient people of Mexico. Twelve. Mermaids. Thomas W. Tomahawks. Small planets. It is suburban HORIZONTAL L 7 Who is the woman in the picture? 12 Frozen water. 1.1 Extra tire. 15 Rowing device. 1R Crown of the head. 17 Playing card. 1?. To pierce with a knife. 20 Encountered. 21 Slice of bacon. 2-i Slave. 2S Footstep. SI Lofty self- 29 Ottoman. respect (pl.i .10 Drink of gods. 53 To be sick. :!2 Species of pier 54 To decamp. A." To drink dog- 57 Wrath. Answer to Previous Puzzle 2. 5. 6. S. 9. area of Los Angeles. 10. Merovingians. Guard your Htalth ' fashion. "5 To value. 30 Street T>oy 42 Set of tbro 45 Emulates. 47 Child. 4S Chaffy part of .erain. 49 Persian governor. 5S She was the wife of President . 59 And was mar- ri^d in the House. YKKTICAI; 1 Inlet. 3 To perform. 4 Rom. in , New York. 20 Badge of valor 22 Form of "be." 23 Dry. 24 Derby. 25 Mineral spring 26 Epoch. 27 Wagon track. 31 Tatter. I!4 Lump of butter. 36 To be of use. 37 Name. 3S Ever. 40 Feeble-minded person. 41 Neuter pronoun. 4 2 Three. 43 Semidiameters- 44 Sluggish. 46 To rescue. 45 To concoct. 49 Membranous bag. 50 Chum. York meets Jack.Tidball of Hollywood in the other. Allison is seeking a second kg on the current edition of the bowl, having won before in 1928. Sarah Palfrey of Brookline. expected to be Helen Hull Jacobs' staunchest opponent in the women's national championship in New York next week, will ratet longest. Two Games To Be j Played Here Fri. j Two games will be played on the I Junior Chambtr of Commerce j diamond Friday evening. The Ames City Employes will Jane Sharp of Pasadena, Calif., in i meet Hart Brothers at 7:30 in an the Longwood singles final. j Industrial league game. .7. _— i The Community grocery will play the Boone C. C. C. team .if 9 o'clock. Egemo and Green will be the i batterv for the local grocers. Big League Batting [STANDINGS 5 Compound ether. 6 Gaiter. 7 Golf teacher. S To soak flax. 9 Call for help at sea. 10 To make lace. 11 English coin. H Measure of area If, Her father was 51 Postscript. the president's 52 To observe. law . 55 Mother. in She was born 56 Natural power. By UNITER PRESS Leading Batters AB R H Pet. Manush, Senators 402 75 157 .3?! j Gehrig. Yankees 397 93 147 ..°,7\) I P. Waner. Pirates 415 79 152 .366 Gehringer. Tigers 407 102 149 .366 Terry. Giants 412 90 150 .364 Home Runs i AVESTERX LEAGUE 1 (Does not. include second Daven- | port-Sioux City game). W. L. Topeka 22 Davenport 19 Rock Island 16 , numc n,,,,* i SiOUX CUv IB 1 Gehrig, Yankees. 36: Foxx. Ath- D Mi - ]6 l.,i, S . ?.-,: Ott, Giants. 29: Johnson. | 5 e ^£ 0ines . ;/ ''.'. "\\\ Athletics. 2S; Berger. Braves, 25; Trosky. Indians, 25. Runs Batted In Gehric. Yankees, 125: Ott, Giant?. 119; Trosky. Indians. Ifttv 11 11 15 15 17 i; 19 20 Pet. .667 .633 .516 .516 .485 .452 .367 355 R. | St. Joe '.-11 I Cedar Rapids 11 1 Thursday Results I Omaha 2, Des Moines 0; St. Joe 1 10. Rock island 9; Topeka 6. Cedar i Rapids 3: Sioux City 5, Davenport KILL 'FLIES. MOSQUITOES rAKD OTHER INSEOS SOFT BALL J. G. C. Fieldhouse Diamond TONIGHT 7:30—Ames City Employes vs. Hart Bros. 9:00—Community Grocery vs. Boone C.C.C. Bleacher Beats lOc Yesterday's Heroes e Xew NATIONAL. LEAGUE W. L. York 6S SS By UNITED PRESS Len Koenecke, Dodgers — Two homers, single in thrre trips, drove in three. l Phil Weintraiib, Giants — Go: i four singles in five tries. . BEATS CHAMPS | CLIFTON HEIGHTS. Pa.. T.i!>- • Tommy Rios, Wilmington, Del., jumped into the boxing limelight Friday by a 10-round decision Thursday night over Vince Dun- ilff. the middl' weight champion. '>'. • 'rnship was not at .-ii:i. Rios weighed 162 and DiimU 161. Chicago .-..64 41 St. Louis 60 44 Boston 54 ;-2 Pittsburgh 49 53 Brookly.i .44 5ft Philadelphia 43 62 Cincinnati 36 6S Pet. .636 .601 .577 .509 .480 .427 .410 .346 RIGIDAIRE STARS AT FAIR DES MOINES (UP) — Mae West and Sally Rand are. coming io the Iowa State fair. Their managers guarantee both will weigh close to SOO pounds on arrival. It should be explained Mae and Sally are Hampshire ymvs—named alur tho movlf stars. Thursday Results Xew York 16, Brook'yn 5; Chicago at Pittsburgh, rain. Only games ; scheduled. < AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. i Detroit 6S 37 .(US :\cw York 64 39 .621 i Cleveland •>" 4fi -'53 i Boston 56 fil .533 i W r asbir.gton <3 •'& •<"! 1st. Louis ..« 56 .440 Philad.rlpaia 39 ol ."SO Chicago 37 «9 .349 Thursday Results Detroit 13. St. T<ouis 2; Boston 15. Philadelphia S: Now York at Washington, rain. Only games scheduled . Perhaps you've thought that all electric refrigerators have ice trays that stick and that have to be pried loose. 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