Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 14, 1934 · Page 3
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Ames, Iowa
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>WBS CAILY TRIBUNE TIMES, AMES. IOWA. TUESDAY. AUGUST 14, 193*. 'BUY BZTTMt IV AMU' ^ —- - ^^ j ^M^MI^^ iger and Yankee Clubs in Great Test Tuesday IP YORK MUST SWEEP TO REVIVE HOPE McCarthy Is Shaking Up Lineup For Opener NEW YOKK OIE)—Mickey Coch- r«n«'» hljh-powered pick-me-ups from Detroit were to be welcomed at Yankee stadium Tuesday afternoon lor * check-up on the Ameri- eaa league pennant situation, col. Jake Ruppert's ball boys, trailing by four and a half games, want to know whether this Detroit club is a team of destiny or a fall rumor. There was some tendency to discredit the team-of-destiny angle until a. short while back. One set of figures came thru, however, that carried conviction. The figures were: 12.won in a row. If any more figures are wanted, here'are a few: Detroit is outhit- Gnic the Yankees by 25 points: the club average is .310 against a 285 for the New Yorkers. Detroit has 10 men hitting at .300 or better; the Yankees have lour. Detroit has won five games more than the Yanks and lost four less, which stacks'up to a 40-point advantage in the percentage column. With five games coming up this week between the two clubs, it may fftidily be calculated that the New Yorkers, will have to win a preponderance of the games—in fact, will have to sweep the series or come close to it—if they hope to view this -pennant situation with a clear eye'when the Detroiters depart next Friday evening. :-• Split No Help Tuesday's double header promised to be about the most i"port- ant moments the Yankees have faced this season. If New York •weeps the first day's play, they may be inspired to renewed vigor khd clamber nimbly back to the top. If they miss, it will be too bad. A split will not be of much help. The hurden of proof is all upon the Yanks. They must beat a club that has been outhitting, outplaying and outgaming them for the last month] And this is pretty nearly their last chance to make good. Foreman Joe McCarthy will give the Yankees quite a shakeup before they go to bat. George Selkirk, who hit .350 with the Newark Bears this* season, will be at Earl Combs' post in the outfield. Red Eolfe will probably be at third in place of Jack Saltzgaver. Mr. McCarthy Is hoping—and praying — that it works. Monday Washington's Senators were bumped off by Philadelphia 9-0 'in the only game played. It was to have been a double header, but rain halted the second game, and Also washed out Pittsburgh and Cincinnati in the National league. "Johnny Marcum was credited with.'the shutout.' The Macks piled up 10 hits on AJphonse Thomas, Jack Russell and Alex McColl in thip :firjt heat, scoring all their rtnw. McColl and Marcum pitched shutout .ball after that. r Renews Old Series 1 UPSETS DOE IN '$ Four Top Players In Severe Tests FOREST HILLI-. N'. V.. (U.E> — The unknowns and hopeless duly eliminated, the women's national tennis championship galleries Tuesday anticipated the first major upset. The field stood at 32 and was to be reduced to 16 by nightfall. Four seeded players had formidable hurdles. Helen Jacobs of Berkeley, Calif., who is seeking her third successive title, and who is Xo. 1 in the domestic seeded list played a fallow Californian. Jane Sharp of Pasadena. Each of these players advanced in straight love sets over eastern players in Monday's colorless opening round. Sarah Palfrey of Brookline, Mass., seeded second. w ~s pitted against the dependable Mae Ce-ur- vorst of Wichita. Kan. A third feature match of the day found Freda James of England, No. 4 in the foreign seeded list, playing Mrs. John (Midge Gladman) Van , Ryn of East Orange. N. J. Mrs. Van Ryn played spectacularly, advancing at the expense of Josie Grav of Cincinnati. Frank Shields, Wood Trailing Newport Field NEWPORT. K. I. U'.P.) — Top- LEAGUE GAME The Tribune trounced lUe Post- Offlce-Ked 'Arrow 13 to 4 in an industrial league contest played on [seeded Frank Shields and his Davis I the Junior Chamber of Commerce I ,4: •*.**/-, ,1 rl Mnn/lnv *5vnnim T cup mate, Sidney Wood, will play two matches each Tuesday to catch up with tlie field in the annual Newport Casino tennis play. Both advanced to the third round Monday, while most of the remainder nf' the field moved into the fourth bracket, filling 14 to 16 places. Frank ie Parker, clever Spring Lake, N. .'.. youngster, stroked his way into the knnth round by two victories, the second over Don Sudge of Oakland, Calif., his per- The lineups: Tribune—13 renial junior championships foe. Wilm'er Allison of Austin. Tex., j second rankins American: Bryan | Grant, oi Atlanta. Ga.; Berkeley p e 'r g ' u 7on Bel! of New York, former Texan: Henry Prusoff. blond Seattle giant; Wilni'er Hint's of Columbus. S. C., and John Van Ryn of Philadelphia diamond Monday evening. The printers did not take the lead until the second inning, when they stepped out and were never headed. They collected 19 safe hits off Allen. Forrest. Tribune hurler. fanned seven and walked three. Allen pitched the ball right to the pi inters, relying on his team mates' fielding to make Ihe outs. He struck but one and walked one. Smith and Forrtst hit home run's for the Tribune, with a man on base each time. AB R H all gained the fourth round. Two collegians joined them —Jack Tidball of Los Angeles, and Martin Etixby of -Miami, Fla.. and the University of Texas. Others who cained the fourth round were John McDiarruid. slim Forih Worth, Tex., schoolteacher; Then there was the match be-1 Dr. Eocene McCauliffe of New WHO rtA^ HAD A HEAP LOCK ON -THE •CROWN SEVERAL. TIMES, £KS ANOTHER 6RIP 3N IT /N MATCH WITH OLD RIVAL. JIM IN OUCAGO/ HAS PINNED LCMDOS CM A POXEAl OR AV3RE OCCASION HUT FEUD HAS K£PT TrlEM APART tween Betty Nuthall of England, who used to hold ihe title and is seeded No. 1 in the foreign list, and the always dangerous Barou- ess Maud Levy of Minden. Xev. Kay Stammers, ihe "honey" of the invading English forces who is No. 2 on the foreign select list, was expected to have little trouble with Mrs. WhUlelil Painter of Dedham, Mass. Likewise the raven- haired Carolin Babcock, third on the domestic list and a prime gallery favorite, was due to win as she wanted over over Anne F.'.c;e of Philadelphia, who was forced to play an extra set to reach the second round. York. Gil Hall of South Orange, X. J., Greg Mancin of Newark. N. J.. and Ed Flebleman of New York, surprise winner over Robert Bryan of Chattanooga. Tenn. FIRESTONE BEATS HIKLEY Sb Van Scoy. c . Forrest, p .. j Smith, lb .-- j Gray, sf | Towers. 2h .. I Kellehtr, If . | Omspoch. rf . i Halbasch. cf 'Alcott. rf ... Total P.O O.-R. A.— Morris. Iss . • Ryan, 3b Passmorc, cf Allen, p Bell, 2b Clark, If Fartver. rf Sanger. e ... } Geibelstein. sf i Cole, lb I Total j Score by Tribune .. P. O.-R. A. ...4 ...4 . ..4 ...4 ...4 .. .1 . . .4 4 4 13 AB R H Two Games On Bill For Junior Chamber Diamond Lights Tue. Two games are slated for the Junior Chamber of Commerce diamond Tuesday evening. At 7:30, the Firestone Hi-Speeds will meet the Community grocery in a clas.i that will be featured by much rivalry. Egemo will pitch for the tire men against his tor- mer team mates from the grocery. Erickson will be his catcher. Downs and Green will be the Community's battery. Miller's Painters will ylay the Patty Annes of Boone in a Central Iowa league game at 9 o'clock. The locals have raised their standing in the league in the last week and a victory over Boone, addeO to the successful conquest of Cutchall Motors at Fort Dodge Sunuay. should boost the Painters' standing another notch. Munson and G. Miller will be the battery for Ames, Johns and Jones for Boone. Yesterday's Heroes | • • By UNITED PRESS Johnny Marcum. Athletics—Shut out Senators 9-0. struck out seven. Pete Susko, Senators— Fielded 19 chances without an error. READ THE WANTS Swim Graduation Wednes. Morning Parents of boys and glrlg In summer swimming classes at low* State college are invited to attend the second term graduation exer- vises at the pool Wednesday morning at 9:30. This term the exercises for both boys anc 1 girls will be held at the same time. Medals wil be awarded race winners and awards will be presented to those who have passed their examinations. LEVINSKY MARRIES CHICAGO (llEJ—Two hours after calling all Chicago newspapers to announce that he positively would not get married, King Levinsky, Maxwell street's favorite heavyweight boxer, eloped Tuesday with Miss Roxanne Glickman, 18-year- old fan dancer, and was married in Crown Point, Ind. SOFT BALL 3. C. C. FieldhouM Diamond TONIGHT 7:30-—Firestone vs. Community Grocery 9:00—Miller Painters vs. Patty Annes of Boone Bleacher Seats lOc innings: ....020 4 fit 1 1- lot) 021 0- The board of education has approved the expansion of the Ames high school football schedule . to permit one or two additional games j Seals' stadium. Corbett, Walker In Frisco Fight j SAN FRANCISCO <U.E'— Young j Corbett III was a 10 to 6 favorite ; Tuesday to defeat Mickey Walker, j New Jersey "Bulldog" ia their 10- j round bout Tuesday night at the j to be played on Friday afternoon during the early part of the Jensen. This action was taken at the board's meeting Monday night up- Cpc Gridders To Report Sept. 13 'CEDAR RAPIDS, (UJR) — Coach Moray L. Eby, who starts his twenty-first year as head football coach at Goe college this fali, has ordered: football candidates to report for practice Sept. 13. Coe will have 17 lettermen back this year to d*fend its Midwest conference schedule during an eight-game schedule. Even tho such stars as Hild, Good. Belknap and Schwank were lost thru graduation, the squad is well fortified with seasoned players. Spencer Tourney To Start Friday SPENCER, <U.E>—More than 100 of the state's leading amateur golfers will tee off here Friday in the annual northwest Iowa tournament. Contestants will play a 36-hole qualifying round either Friday, Saturday or Sunday. The Goal 36 holes wili be played Monday. I STANDINGS on suggestion of Superintendent M. D. Davis. The board unofficially expressed j er eight, its opposition to a program for j _ lighting the football field for night games, and gave its assent to the Friday games in lieu of night foot-' ball, in order to permit an increased schedule. Neither Corbett, who once held ihe world welterweight crown, nor Walker, who held two world titles ia his hey-day, has ever been defeated in a San Francisco ring. Corbett, resident of Fresno, CaL, h&f fought here 25 times wnd Walk- STORY CITY—A complete card of modern wrestling, which should draw ^uite an interest, will be staged at Lake C'omar Thursday night. The show will be under the promotion of ("has. E. Finch of Kelley. Babe Camera. 210 pounds, of Des Moines, will meet Pat Mc- GinnU, 200-pound mat artist from Tiie Firestone H-iSpeeds defeated Huxley 7 to ? in a softball same played on the latter':; diamond Monday evening. I McGuiness, local pitcher, struck eight and walked none in five innings. He gave up four hits. E?e- reo. taking the mound in the sixth fanned four and walked two. Poole hit a home run for the tire men in the sixth with the bases empty. The lineups' DEFEATS Firestone—7 Horning. 3b -. Erickson. c -. Sorenson. If .. Stahlman. rf . Knouse, Iss .. Poole. Ib Thompson. 2b Boyd. cf AB R 1 The 'Community grocery defeated Cook's rardware of Ogden 7 to : 2 in a game played on the Junior • Chamber of Commerce diamond : Monday evening. ; The Ames team did not score un;. til the second jnning when they : took the lead from the visitors. Baker, new addition to the ; grocers' hurling staff, fanned five j and walked three. D. Swanson. Contest Is Won With Duffer Shot (U.B> — Bill California, in the main event. The J ^- ni ' Qer ' sf match is scheduled for the best McGumess. two out of three falls with one ! *-g emo ' P hour time limit. Camera, former boxer, has made rapid progress in the wrestling game and is one of the big fellows who can both give and take. McGinnis has made a! Munson, "b 1 Totals C4 Huxley—3 AB Antillic. c 4 Heggin, sf WESTBURY, N. goo;! showing with opposition during hi? stay in Iowa. He wrestled Earl Warupler. the Scranton rabbit puncher, in Perry las r week. Carrol. 31) E. Ritland, Ryac. p 0. Sheldahl, If Negotiations will he undertaken Kilminister, bespectacled Salisbury at once with other schools to arrange for one or two Fridays at 3:30 o'clock during the early part of the coming season. BOONE GIRLS WIN The Standley Transfer girls of Boone drubbed the Rhodes srirls 23 to 6 in a game played on ihe Junior Chamber of Commerce diamond Monday evening. This \vas the first girls' game to be played on the Junior lot. player, won ihe annual "Hole-in- One" golf contest on a duffer's He topped a grass-cutter off the tee of the 148-yard third hole of Salisbury's No. 2 course Monday, rolling his ball to within six and three-quarters inches of the ran to capture the trophy from a field that included Gene Sarazen, former American and British open champion, and Paul Runyan, current king of the professionals. Wampler will br matched with the! Ritland, cf . winner of this match on the nextlHelland. lb Kocarls. Iss card. Frankie French. 2 In pounds, Totals from Renwick, will tussle with Score by innings: Mike Nazarinas, 200-pound<?r from i Firestone ' 0 _29 1 1 1 < R 0 0 f) 1 1 0 1 0 ' fl 0 3 ' Ogden pitcher, struck nine and \ passed three. ; The lineups: ; Community Grocery— 7 AB R H '• Goutermont, 2b 1 n 1 Whisler. If 4 n i • T. Coughenower. cf 4 1 1 , Rodebush, lb ..4 0 1 : B. Coughenower. sf ....S n o : Lathrop, rf 3 1 1 i Knutson, Iss 4 2 0 i Felton. 3b -•.3 2 1 Green, c 4 1 1 Baker, p 4 f) 1 2101 3—7 Boston. Neither of these men; Huxley 0 0 0 2 0 0 1—3 ne;d any introduction as they numerous times in Marshall- "WATER WITCH" WORKED EDWARDSVILLE. 111. C.PJ —An Psychic Researcher WESTERN LEAGUE W. L. Davenport 24 12 14 IS 20 20 19 21 22 Pet. ,6fi7 .632 Topeka 24 Sioux City 19 Des Moines is Rock Island 17 Omaha 16 St. Joe .IS Cedar Rapids 13 Monday Results St Joseph 4, Des Moines 3- Omaha 4. Rock Island 1; Sioux City 4, Cedar Rapids 2; Davenport 4. Topeka 3. .514 .474 .459 .457 .417 | .371 i HORIZONTAL I, 4, Famous Englishman, believer in psychic phenomena. 12 Opposite of up. 14 Sorrowful. 15 Smell. 15 Local position. 1" Narrow way. 19 Tree yielding resin. 21 Meadow grass. 22 Primped. 24 To low as a cow. 25 Neuter pronoun. 26 Doctor 27 And. 29 Mountain. 30 —— and con. 31 Bronze. 33 Thoughts. 34 Bit of bread. 35 Fowl's disease 3fi Native metal. — 37 Spain (abbr.i. f,] He 39 Northeast. Answer (o Previous Puzzle 1 44 Withdraws. S'l Fourth note, si God of war. 53 Language of ancient Rome. 54 Young ">r> Punitive. 5s Carmine. 59 Weird, fifl He pained fame a? an 40 North America II Second note. 42 Form of "lie." in s> VKin'tCAl, 3 Lyre-like instrument. 4 Upon. 5 Small island 6 Valley. ' Paradise. X Behold H Queer. 10 Destiny. 11 Stableman. 1" You and I. 1>" He bellevrs the of the 55 Dry. dead ran com- 57 Minor note. mur>.i<;\te 59 Exclamation with us. of inquiry. Measure of area. IS You. 20 He made discoveries in wireless. 2'iTo thrive. 23 Church officials. 26 Sewer 28 The earth, no Energy. 32 To bring legal proceedings. -"S Peeled. 11 Semidiamelers 43 Bill of fare. 45 Deity 45 Rootstock, 47 Passage. 4RTo free. 49 Half an era 50 Pinaceous trees. 51 Monkey 52 Membranous bag. 54 Lock opener have wrestled j Des Moines. town and other chief wrestling | elm "water witch" located water sites in the middle west. This |at two points on a farm near here bout is billed for the best two out I during the drouth. When the of three falls with a 45-minut5 j wells were completed to a depth I time limit. jof H feet each had a stand of five | Tony Barsantti. Des Moin«s. will, fee: of water. j meet Frank "Tiger" Baekley. Des j . ••— =— | Moines. in the preliminary. Both i Bottle Pile Irked Churchmen | these fellows are old hands at the] CLEVELAND (l".Ei— A pile of game and are -sure to provide ! bottles, 30 feet high, opposite Holy plenty of entertainn. ent. j Trinity Catholic church, irked [ The management wishes to I members. The city board of zon- ! make it known that- no wrestler ing appeals acted on their protest, j will be disqualified for foul or ] ordered- a junkman who was re- i rough tactics on this card. !:' it jsponsible, to move them. Totals .... 07 Cook Hardware— Z AB C. Paulson, 3b 4 \v. Paulson, lb 4 D. Paulson, p 4 H. Paulson, sf .-..-2 Johnston. Iss 3 L. Paulson, r, ?, Paulson, cf • -2 Meunch, rf 3 Swanson, 2b 3 } is necessary, ;he substitute "club I referee ! out the matter. Big League Batting By UNITED PRESS Leading Batters Player. Club AB R H Pet. Manush, Senators 418 7R 16>i .3S3 P. \Vaner, Pirates 430 87 160 .372 Gehringer. Tigers 420 106 156 .371 Terry, Giants 419 91 154 .368 G<?hri?. Yankees 414 07 152 .367 Home Runs Gehri.5. Yankees, 36; Foxx. Athletic?. :!fi: Ott. Giants. 30: Johnson, AthlMicp. 28; Collins Carriin- als. :<;. Runs Batted In Gehrig. Yankees. 129; Ott. Giant?, 120; Trosky. Indian*. 100: R. Johnson. Red Sox. 500: Grccn- h c rg. Tigers. 97. • NATIONAL LEAGUE W. I,. New York • ... 70 3!t Chicago 66 43 SL Louis 62 46 Boston ..54 54 Pittsburgh 52 54 Brooklyn 45 go Philadelphia 44 63 Cincinnati 37 71 Monday Results Open date. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Detroit 71 37 New York 66 41 Cleveland 57 4ft Boston nS 53 Washington 49 SB St. Louis 47 57 Philadelphia 42 61 Chicago 3S 72 Monday Results Philadelphia 9. \vashiticion 0. (Second &amf, rain). Only games Rf.heduled. 1 1 VARIOUS MATTERS j • BEFORE COUNCIL (Continued frore Page One.t council meeting, Monday night. No further action was taken toward establishment of a new j curbing and gutter program, with | bituminous surfacing of street: so j improved. i Petitions were received from Sherman avenue and Howard avenue signed by property owners asking that these streets l»e included in a curb and gutter program. Bemis and Schlick of Des Moines, contractors who were awarded the contract for paving a group of streets this fall filed notice of assignment of money paid by the city on the contract to the Carleton D. Ben company of Des Moines. Ask Sanitary Sewer Property owners on a portion of Oakland avenue which does not as yet have sanitary sewer service, filed a waiver petition asking for that improvement. The petitions KANSAS CITY. Mo.. (T.E>—Don- waived all objections of the owners involved as to assessments, and carried their agreement to pay the costs. T'.ie sewer will extend from the end of the pavement to Franklin avenue. The coiincil approved the project, ordered the city manager to Totals 31 2 4 Score by innings: Cook Hardware .10000001 0—2 Comm. Grocery .-0 2 1 2 2'0 0 0 *—7 . eques.t it as a matter of courtesy. The survey was so approved, and a request will be made for it, providing it be done at no cost to the j city. i The Ames Ministerial associa- I tion. in a communication to the council commended it for itr action in requesting the state liquor commission to refrain from establishing a state liquor store in Ames. The association also had sent a similar request to the commission. The council's letter to the liquor board brot a response acknowledging receipt of the request, and stating it would be given consideration whenever it was proposed to open a store here. Steve Antonio, proprietor of the Ames Candy shop, formerly the Princess candy shop, 129 Main street, asked for renewal of a beer permit at that place. The matter was referred to the city attorney for investigation and recommendation. Applications for signs to hang over the sidewalk at Russ & Woody's garage recently opened at 109 Fifth street, and a new sign at the Christensen Hardware store in the fourth ward were referred to the city manager with power to act. To Attend Conventions The council approved expenses Whrn w« read that V;ce Presi (lent Jack Garner is going on a va ration, we wonder whether ha is headed for Washington or leaving there. a petition for exemption frorr assessment of $153 against aid Madding. 31, who escaped from I prepare the plans and proceed with the Iowa reformatory at Anamosa. j tl.e improvement, assessing the changed his name and eamf to cost against the benefited proper- Kansas where he wooed and mar-' ties. ried a minister's daughter, was ar- j The North Western railroad filed rested Monday and identified. He will be rf turned to Anamosa. Police said Mading admitted his identity. His wife, the forrrwr Kvpla Zimmerman, daughter of Ihe \>-' "" • ' 'lie First Methodist '•liii. ' oborlin, Kan., eloped with i. ni a month ago. Madding was sentenced to five yc-ars M ..\namosa from Davenport in 1931 ror robbery. He in 1933. main line for the Sixth street paving improvement, and offered in lieu its proposal to improve and extend the bridge over the north branch on Sixth street. The council referred the matter to the rity manager and city attorney. Housing Survey Mayor Allan presented a request on behalf of Prof. P. H. Elwood. member of the Ames city planning commission and also of the state planning board, for a housing survey to he conducted in Ames. The slate board dcsiros to make the survey, but wishes the council to mendatjon. of city officers attending two conventions this month. Fire Chief L. R. Morris was authorized to attend the annual convention of the International Fire Chiefs association in Milwaukee, next week. Mayor W. L. Allan and Councilman .1. s. Dodds will attend the convention of the Iowa League of Municipalities in Waterloo, later this month. A request of the social service office for a new desk was referred to the city manager with power to act. Three men petitioned the council for exemption from paying the poll tax on grounds of physical disability. TWO of these were accompanied by physicians' certificates, and were " allowed. They were for S. T. Johnson and C. L. Gnind. The third lacked the phy sician's certificate and was held up. Request for suspension of on^prnperty by Mary J. Wilson at 507 Northwestern avenue was re- frrrrd to tho ward council member f ( ,r investigation and recom- Auction Sale — of — Stocker and Feeder Cattle and Calves From the Dakotas and Montana FRIDAY, AUGUST 17 Sale starts promptly at 1 o'clock p. m. at the CNW R. R. Stork Yards at Boone, Iowa VVe will have to offer at this sale Shorthorn, Hereford and Angus cattle, yearlings, two-year-olds and calves. Cattle will be sorted for size and quality, and will be sold in any number to suit the buyer. All cattle will be sold by the pound and weighed immediately after being sold. These cattle will all be the good-doing kind. This is our second sale of the season at this point, and this sale will be conducted on the same high standard as our pre-- vious sales. Those who have attended our sales in the past, know that they cannot afford to miss this sale. KVKRV HEAD WILL ABSOLUTELY BE SOLD TO THE ' HIGHEST BIDDER Wertheimer Cattle Company Announcement We wish to announce that we have bought from E. R. Geiser, the business and plant known as AMES DISPOSAL WORKS Changes have been made so that we now can handle any amount of dead stock at all times. Call Us Day or Night Ames Rendering Co. Dealers and Manufacturers Hides — Grease — Tankage — Meat PHONE (Day or Night) 901 Scraps Located South of Campus Worth $7,500.00, Only Modern in every detail. Perfect repair and condition. Big living room, fireplace, solarium, 3 fine large bedrooms. Fine sleeping porch. Strictly modern bathroom Shower in basement. Quarter sawed oak floors. 6 big closets. Refrigerator room. Gas heater. Wired for electric stove, piped for gas. <}arage. Fruit. Paved street (paid for). No better home in Ames. Ready for occupancy. Immediate possession. Good terms to party able to pay monthly. Ames Building & Loan Association PHONE 81

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