Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 16, 1934 · Page 3
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Ames, Iowa
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Thursday, August 16, 1934
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DAILY TRIBUNE-TIMES. A ME*, IOWA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 16. 1934. 'BUT BETTEB IK AMEB' ankees End Detroit's 14-Game Winning Marathon FRANK CROSETTI ITS HOMER TO SCORE LAZZERI lit Nobody Sure Until Game Is Over 8 to 2 NEW YORK (U.E) — Detroit's marathon winning streak—fourteen «men long-was a an end Thursday, and a source of great mental discomfort has been lifted from the minds of the New York Yankees. The Yankees themselves supervised the operation, breaking off the long chain which began on the la*t day of July, when Tommy Bridges closed out a double header with. Cleveland, 4-2. It was Mr. Bridges, oddly enough, who was Victimized in Wednesday's ceremonies. The accomplishment was hailed with mingled joy and sorrow by the 25,000 Yankee supporters who cluitered In the stadium. The victory was a bit late. Altho it pared 4owtt Detroit's lead a full game, tt .itlll leaves the Yankees lagging and a half games, which is for the New Yorkers to out at this stage of the •Sv V .„ Crosetti's blazing home ?'iito the left field benches in _e: second, sending Lazzeri over the rubber ahead of birr- gave the Y*nks enough runs to vrin. But so deep I* the respect instilled by Mr. Cochrane's Tigers that nobody was sure until it was over, 8-2. Boston Climbs On . ftoston continued its steady climb. Rube Walberg turning back the 'Si. Louis Browns again to place the Red Sox within a game of third place. He gave only five hits and won, 6-2. The Athletics won twice over Chicago, booming along on Jimmy Font's thirty-seventh home run with two aboard in the first, which won, 7-4. Bill Dietrich doled out •even hits in the nightcap to win, 2-1, -Dlb Williams scoring both runs on a homer in the first and a wild throw in the sixth. Cleveland and Washington were washed out. The leading New York Giants »plft •«, douhle header with the Pirates, winning the first 5-4 and dropping the second 4-3. Manager Bill Terry smacked home the winner with a. four-ply wallop in the fourth that won the opener. Arky Vaughan's homer and Gus Suhr's single, scoring Lindstrom, kept the Pirates ahead in the late game. Brooklyn split with Cincinnati. losing .the first 7-5 and winning -ttt« second game, 7-4. Ralph Boyle " broke up the nightcap, doubling Jofcflny Babich home to end a tout-M tie. The Chicago Cubs, rained out with Boston, stayed four games behind the leader. St. Louis and Philadelphia were also rained out. I Even Babe Ruth Slides, But Yankes Yield I TILDEN'S SPLIT Tildrn Manufacturing soft bailers split a double-header with two .Marshalltown teams on tin 1 Marshalltown diamond \Yednrsdny evening. The R-Grocer outfit won the opening same by a 2-1 score. Ames scored first in the fourth inning, Hageu crossing tin 1 plate. Marshalltown scored in 'lie fifth to tie the game and riertvins: tallied in the last t&lf of t«e seventh to take the game. Vx'asntr, pitching for thr sroc- trs- fanned 13 and walked three. Grant. Ames pitcher, struck four and walked two. j Tilden's won (he second game j from the .lack Sprat aggregation by a 9-3 count, a five-run rally in the fouith frame putting them far Ozzy Simmons May Be Factor On Iowa Team Babe Ruth, lat and forty, rarely slides these days, but this remarkable action picture proves thai t!:e famous home run hitter trill hit the dirt to defeat Detroit, something the Yankees must do to win the American League pennant la this, the Bambino's last season as a regular. Ruth scored en Bill Dickey's sincle in the third innins of the first game of the New York club's disastrous double-header with Mickey Cocbrane's Ticers at the Yankee Stadium. Detroit took both ends. 9-5, 7-3. The umpire is Louie Kolls. Graduation for Boy and Girl Swimmers Held Wednesday j were < Fathers and mothers braved the ! and Coach Simpson, conducted a rain Tuesday to attend the gradu-' swimming meet for the students ation exercises for boys and girls in the second term swimming classes at Iowa State college. Dean M. D. Helser discussed the Mrs. Dizzy Says the Boys Will Be Back ST. I.oriS. Mo.. «l'.Es — A lull .after ihe storm was reached i Thursday in the strike of the pitch- ahead. Hermit* Hagen drove the hall out of the lot in the third inning with two men on. Mullica. Ames hurli seven and passed two. V I.ukehnrt struck eight and walked five for Marshalltown. The lineups for the fir?' R-Groc«ry—2 AB Stoufier. sf .'' Connors, rf :' Nelson, If 2 Butterwk-h, Iss . " Simsen. cf :' Wagner, p ". Heerving. "b " Buyer, lb 1 Wilson, -b Akers, c ; ralue of swimming as part of a I The winners in each er-nt j awarded gold, silver and medals. The results of the finals of the meet: Old?r boys. "W-yaiii freestyle— CHICAGO. <T.Et— First practice) sessions were schedule " Thursday j bronze | for the Chicago Bear?, profession- j al football champions, and the All- American college team in preparation for their gridiron batle at Sol- general education, stressing the j Jack Pilgrim first. John Bush sec-' dier Field. Atrg. 31. end. Jack Swanson third. _ j Heavy rains prevented the two squads from holding their first value oi a knowledge of lifesaving methods and complimenting the boys and girls on their demonstrations of lifesaving and swimming. He urged them to continue their interest and become instructors and examiners. Dean Helser presented the awards to 16 boys and girls who had passed lifesaving tests. 77 who had passed swimmer tests and S2 who had passed the swimmer iests. And with i: came the revealing, reassuring version of Mrs. Jerome Herman (Dizzy) Dean. [ She predicted both Diz - - she I calls her husband that—and Paul i would Of back at the chores with j the Sr. Louis Cardinals "in a day | or f.vo." i Totals Tilden Mfg.—1 Dickeson Iss .. Tevebaugh. lb Hagen. c Mullica. If Carr. sf ...*.. Anderson, "b . Cox, rf Olson, cf :..... Jones, ."h" Grant, p .... AB R DES MOINES (I'.R> — Notes about University of Iowa's football squad: Iowa's 1934 team will be another "mystery team." Coach Ossie Solera last fall was a bit skeptical about his freshman talent, including Ozzy Simmons, negro flash from Ft. Worth. Tex. Many rumors leaked from the field telling of sensational performances of the freshman Ozzy. Coach Solem spiked the rumors, apparently to keep dark his new discovery. Thursday the writer received the following from an eye witness to varsity-freshman scrimmages last, fall:' "The boy to watch is this Ozzy Simmons. Last year during a varsity-freshman scrimmage. I saw that kid. without any organ- fanned j ized freshman interference, take ' ' punts and run thru the entire vetera.i loam five successive times. In addition, he had the whole bunch of players watching, during a practice last fall, his accurate toe placekick about -0 successive goals from the 20 yard line. His passes are like bullets. But how he will show up this fall is a question." Some 60 candidates are expected to report for practice Sept. 15 . . . three star regulars will be missing, they include Capt. Tom Moore, renter; Joe Laws, quarterback and Schanimel. guard. . . Coach Solem is expected back | at Iowa City Sept. 1. Solemn with Dick Crayne, star backfield ace. is riming a boy's camp in northern Minnesota. . . . Cray, e, who has picked up the nickname j "C.annonball." has had his hair all shaved off this summer, and it now =tands about an inch high. ;ame: R H 1 COLrLIKS —In two kittenball sanies played under the lights at Collins Monday evening, the Old iroldiers defeated the North State Ramblers by a 4 to 3 score and the Barber Shop Cubs downed the Sandwich Hounds 13 to 11. The South Road gang beat the Barber Shop Cubi 3 to l, and Weld's Drugs defeated Colo 21 to 2 in two independent games played on the diamond Tuesday even- ir-K. The kittenball association approved the appointment of William (Hlley as the new manager of the Sandwich Hounds. It was voted by the association at its meeting in the town hall Wednesday morning to spend five dollars in placing a few plank seats around the kittenball diamond for spectators. It hopes to add more seats In the near future. SOFT BALL J. C. C. FieJdhous* Diamond TONIGHT fi:30—Highway Commission ve Buildings and Grounds 7:45—Miller's Painters vs Cocoanut Grove of Fort Dodge in double-header Bleacher Seats lOe e, ' H Boys 9 to 11. 20-yard freestyle— Jimmie De La Hunt first. Jo= ,..„_,, Bush second. Donald DP La Hunt i drills Wednesday. Jimmy third. i Boys under 9. 20-yard freestyle— i Paul Williver first. John Peterson i second, Tom Maney third. i Girls under 11. '20-yard fretstyh I —Kathleen Thompson first. Ann '•• Wjghtman second. Elizabeth La , beginning ] Velle third. I sa nie. l Girls under 9—Martha Jane Me-1 ~ Fordham. who has been added to the college staff as an assistant to Head Coach Noble Kizer, was to arrive from the eas< Thursday. James Masker. Milwaukee, veten: college official. Thursday accepted an invitation to referee the Coach Jake Daubert. assisted by 1 Kelvey first. Elizabeth Linker sec- Dean Helser. Prof j. v. McKelvpy | ond. Charlene Smith third. Three Games On ; Campbell Leads Junior Lot Thurs.! U. S. Contingent Three games are slated for the; LA VAL-SUR-LAC,'Quebec JUEt-— Junior Chamber o£ Commerce dia-i Albert (Scotty) Campbell, 21-year- old Seattle golfer, led the .American contingent into the quarter- mond Thursday evening. GAMES FRIDAY ^Best's Electric juniors will play Huxley juniors, and Tilden's will meet the Jack Spratt team of Marshalltown on the Junior the first game of which is sched- At 6:30, the Highway Coramis- final round of the Canadian ama- sion and the Buildings and I teur coif championship Thursday. Grounds will play an Industrial ' eague game postpon-ed from \Yed-! nesday night. Miller's Painters will meet the Coconut Grove team, fast Fort Dodge outfit, in a double header. Lord Jim Wins Hambletonian i i Harness Event j GOSHEN. N. Y., (U.B—A rangy j bay colt, who steps awkwardly but j extremely fast. Thursday was king j Other winners ivere Jess Guilford j of '.he buggy derby—Lord Jim. j I Italy Decides That i Baer Beat Camera j ROME 'I'-E' -- Ualy has official- l ly decided some two months after 'the fight bet v.'-. in Max Baer and Primo Camera for the world's heavy '.-.-fight ti'.Ie. that Ba?r won. The discovery is set forth in an official pronouncement, recording the finding? of the Italian Boxing Federation's investigation of th>matter, inriudi^e the report ot Count Di CampeHo, who went to New York to look at the Baer- Carnc-ra movies. Totals 1 4 Score by innings: Tilden Mfg ft o 0 1 n 0 ft—1 R.-Grocer' 1 n 0 0 0 i 0 1—2 The lineups f or the second gam?: Tilden Mfg.—9 Dickeson, Iss . Tevebattcrh I Hagen, c . Kelley. 2b Carr, sf . . Muliica. p Jones. 3b lb AB .n A . t . -I .4 Cox. If Doty, cf .. Piekftt, rf Total? 2>^ Jack r.-.rat—5 AB Thorr.blade, ?f 4 R. L,ui;eh;:rt. cf 4 Buu--Twich. 2b I Polak. iis " McKauvien, lb 2 Ppit\=. c 3 V. Lul;--!iart. p 2 Horverg. "':i .3 L. I,:j:;.-h<=:t. rf n Haus'.-r. If ." To;al> "1 Score- by innings: Tilden Mfr. , . .'. '.n n SOI 0—9 0 J Jack Sprar ft 1 n 3 1 0 0—5 2 aBattori for fox in sixth inning. i IF YOUR BREATH HAS A SMELL YOU CAN'T FEEL WELL VThen we e*t too much, ertrr food decay* In our bowel*. Our friends until thli decay comin? oat of our mouth and call it bad breath. We feel the poixm of thil decay all over our body. It makes us floomj-. grouchy *od no rood for anything. What make* the food decay ia the beweli? Well, when we eat too math, oar bile juice can't dizeit it What if the bile inlet? It i» the most vital dig«rtJT« joie* in our body. Unless 2 pint* of it are floniar from our liver into our bowels erery day, our movement! get hard aad comtipeted and % of our food d*can in war tt f«*t of bowtjs. This decay tends poison all over oar body every six mimitcv When our friends smell our bad breath (but we don't) and we feel like a whipped tomcat, don't vie a motithwaih or take a laxative. Get at the cause. Take Carter's Little Liver Pills which irently start the flow of your bile juiec. But if "lomethins better" is offered you, don't birr it, for it may be a calomel (mercury) pill, which loosens teeth, irripes and scalds the itcUuii in many people. Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills by name and ftt what yon ask for—25^. ©1934, C.M.Co. of Boston, former United States champion: Ross Somerville. former Canadian champion; and Jack Munger. Texas siar. 3 Chamber diamond Friday evening, luled to start at 7:45. The Grove i j Yesterday's Heroes Big League Batting Leading Batters AB R H Manush, Sen. 421 76 160 Pet. .380 .374 .366 .365 .364 team is one of the best outfits i in Fort Dodge and is in third j By United Press place in the fast city league there, j Jimmy Foxx, Athletics — His Mullica will hurl the first game i .hirty-sevenih homer beat White for the locals and Munson will j Sox. pitch the second. G. Miller will j Bill Terry. Giants—His homer catch both contests. i heat. Pirates. 5-4. Cehringe.r, Tig. 433 110 162 Terry, Giants 432 93 158 Gehrig, Yanks 427 90 156 P. Waner, Pir. 442 89 161 Home Runs Gehrig, Tankees, 37; Ott, Giants I 3"0; Johnson, Athletics, 2S; Collins, i Cardinals 26. ! Runs Batted In ! Gehrig, Yankees, 132: System of Identification HORIZONTAL 1 Like. 5 Founder of a penal Identification system. 10 Type standard. Ott, i 12 Palm thatch. Giants, 121; R. Johnson. Red Soxi j H Ringworm. 103; Trosky, Indians, 101; Green-i 15 Unoccupied. Answer to Previous Puzzle berg, Tigers 99. [STANDINGS WESTERN LEAGUE w. L. Davenport ., 26 12 Topeka , 25 15 Sioux City 24 Des Moines 17 Rock Island 17 Omaha 16 St. Joseph If Cedar Rapids 13 23 Wednesday's Results Davenport 7, Sioux City 4: Des Moines 4. Omaba 2; St. Joseph at Cedar Rapids, rain: T»peka at Rock island, rain. 15 20 2i) 20 21 Pet. | .6S4 ! .615 i .615 i .549 i .459 ; .444 i .432 I .361 ! 17 To troll. 19 Lump of butter 20 Layer of skin. 21 Scheme. 22 Lacelike. 23 Sun god 25 Silly. 27 Bushel fabbr.) 2S Kimono sash. 30 Valuable fur 31 Because. 32 To murmur as a cat. 33 To question. 34 Charity allowance. 35 Indian. 36 Seventh note. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. New York 71 4) Chicago 66 44 St. Louis 63 45 BOStOn r>5 ;,.j Pittsburgh ..54 ,=,5 Brooklyn 46 62 Piiladelrhia 44 fi4 C&cmnati 39 72 Wednesday's Results jNew .York 5-3. Pittsburgh 4-4; tocinnati 7-4, Brooklyn 5-7: Phil- Itlphia at Si. Louis, rain: Boston > Chicago, rain. AMERICAN Pet. .634 .600 .578 .505 .495 .426 .407 .351 41 To eat sparingly. 45 Cleansing substance. 46 Upon. 47 Gazelle. 49 Obsolete instruments. 51 Perched. 52 An ape of the world. 54 To harden. 37 Implement for ^5 jvvours sweeping. 5S H » was head 3S Stringed of the instrument. identification 39 Bone. department in Paris. He was by 'birth. VERTICAL daughter 10 Tree. 11 His system identifies people by bodily 13 Soft food. 16 Arid. 18 Behold. 20 Humid. 22 Thin. 24 To border on. 26 Unless. 27 Single-edged knife. 29 To press. ."1 Simpleton. 34 To let fall. 37 Diagonal. 35 Elector 40 Broth. ninth Hambletonian trotting champion. | Carrying the colors of H. L. Mef- j ford of Columbus. O., and tooled over the mile track at Good Time park by the veteran "Doc" Pars- j mall, Lord Jim outlasted two other j heat winners to capture the fourth • —and extra—heat of the classic , Hambietonian Wednesday. | Mefford's horse, bought for ?5 > \ as a yearling, was scarcely in the ' bettine when the races vipened, with Emily Stokes the heavily backed favorite. Even after the final heat was found necessary, the '' race was thought to lie between j Princess Peg, a Xew Jersey entry, j and the Coldstrea-i Said's Musc!'>| tone. i But in the stretch Princess PCS j Faltered, exhausted by the three \ laps she had run, and the ungainly j Ohio colt lumbered past, legs up | and hocks flashing as he was hish- j reined to the finish line while ?,5.- | 000 spectators roared their ac- i claim. i Lord Jim's lime was 2:04 I--!. ; Second money went to Musclelone. | who had won the third heat, and ! third to Princess Peg. winner of i the first heat. Lord Jim bad won i the second and these three entries ; 1 He was an ex- 43 Exists. pert, in —— 43 Narrative 2 Male courtesy title. 3 To howl. 4 Right. 5 Present to a waiter. 6 insensible. 7 To permit. s Minor note. 0 A sister's poem. 44 Prong. 45 Slave. 46 Curse. 4S Since. 50 Chaos. 51 Membranous bag. 53 Dye. 55 Half an em were the heat. only ones in the final ESPINOSA DISPLAY CEDAH RAPIDS, 0!)—Abe Espinosa. Chicago professional who is in the select "big money" <ircle of American golfdom, will play in an exhibition foursome here Sat- imla;, with 13-year-old John Jacob?, jr.. against Johnny Vavra, finnlist in the Iowa state :o;irna- nipiit, and Charles Burkhart, local prn. OM1ES n LEAGUE W. I.. Detroit 73 3^ New York 67 43 Cleveland nS 49 Boston 60 ->s Washington 49 59 St. Louis • 47 59 Philadelphia 41 61 .BOIl .454 .443 .339 4-1; Wednesday's Results Philadelphia 7-2. Chicago New York S. Detroit 2: Boston fi St. Louis J: Cleveland at \Va»hinp- ton, rain. ifrl 57 37 A colorful and .highly amusing example of the subtle ways a worn... has for arriving at her objec- tiv.' is siven in the hilarious farce-comedy. "We're Rich jAcjiin." opening today at. -he Twin Star Theater. It tellsi thr- story of Ara-i bella Sykcs (Marion Nixon) who r Marion Nixon ;iri? toe ratio cousins in Santa Rar- bara. Her unheralded arrival sf-tns j n:ost. inopportune, for the family i is in a turmoil, both from; | basty preparations for the wed- ! ilini: of the older daughter and | from hiilinp from process servers | and bill collectors. But Arabella plunges iii;ht in and takes affairs in h?-r o>vn hands. Her unique methods of straightening things out furnish much of the hilarity. A rip-snortinp, polo-playing grandmother as played by the inimitable Kdna Mae Oliver, its one of thr odd characters in this R?. tonishii' 1 * and ultra-modprn household. 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