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THE NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN Saturday Morning, September 14, 1943 Vols Crush 'Noogas, 12-3, Sweep to Playoff Finals SIX BRIDGES BLANKS YANKS ON SIX HITS; INDIANS WIN . ; . ;- f : . . : : t . ' . WIN 16th IN ROW; BOKEN, HOCKETT FOUR IN SECOND Boots Poffenberger Coasts to Triumph After ' Shaky Start; Oris Slams Round Tripper With Bases Full in Big Inning By RAYMOND JOHNSON (Tennessean Sports Editor) CHATTANOOGA. Tenn., Sept. 13 Larry Gilbert'! Vol, the Southern League champions, moved into the finale of the Shaughnessy playoffs a they crushed the Chattanooga Lookouts, 12 to 3, here tonight to sweep the three-game series. Only 1,075 fans turned out for the final exhibition of the year in Engel Stadium. It was the 18th consecutive victory for the Nashville club which Will meet either Atlanta, or Memphis next week for the right to play In the Dixie Series, The rampaging champions battered six Lookout hurlers while Boots Poffenberger, a 26-game winner for the regular season, coasted to victory with a 10-hit exhibition. Oris Hockstt sealed the decision for Poffenberger in the second In-nlng when he slammed a terrific drive far over the rlghtfleld wall with the bases stuffed. His four-bagger followed a ponderous poke "tea ' af Oris Heckett Boots Pof'berger "Ft by Bob Boken East, Central Win Gridiron Openers that opened 4 round and J, the champs V f A Bob Boksn the put in aX Mi ironi never 10 ua AJ?ftx halted. ii' - tmmps. Ik Hockett's ..st.!i I 5 a it n A - ttltnsir v mm v ft played a major role In the seven-run outburst in the second that settled all argument. The Vols had tallied twice in the first inning only to have the Lookouts come back in their half and tie it. Then In the fourth, the pennant-winners pushed across three useless runs. Boken 'was. the leading willow wlelder for the Gilbert gang. In addition to his home run, the first hit this year over the left field scoreboard, Bob connected for a double and single. The former drove In two mates and the latter one. Hockett, Arnold Moser and Charley George banged out two hits a piece. FIELDING JEWEL There were several sparkling plays but the headliner was Boken's grab of Skeeter McDanlel's hot shot down the third base line in the sixth. Bob threw to Mihallc to start a double play, one of two the Vols pulled during the night. Boken also robbed Olson in the seventh. Moser went far back in left field In the sixth to snag Layne's long drive. Bolyard cut off at least two Vol hits with great catches which heat Hockett and Boken out of safeties. Poffenberger started rather poor-Iv, but after the first inning he was master of the Lookouts. They nicked him for three solid blows in the opening heat. Three of the seven additional hits he granted were rather shabby. His wildness in the seventh helped the 'Noogans to their final run ASH CANNED Ken Ash the only pitcher to shut out the Vols during the season, was bombarded into submission In the second. He gave up six hits and seven runs. John (Ox) Miller, his successor, was tagged for four hits and the five additional tallies the Vols collected. Johnny Burrows escaped with one hit off him In one round. Has Scarborough then turned in three hltlesa Innings. Rusty Bauers and Dick Bass followed and, with the aid of some fine fielding, both escaped without any runs being cored against them. Tonight's defeat was the sixth straight for the Lookouts in the Shaugnessy playoffs as they lost three in a row to Atlanta last year. When Hockett took Calvin Chapman's fly to end the game, Prexy Joe Engel shouted "thank goodness, the season's over and none of them got killedA Ony Engel would come up with a crack like that. The. Vols will return to Nashville early Saturday morning to await the outcome of the Atlanta-Memphis series. They hope it ends Sunday, for they are anxious to meet the Crackers in the opener, possibly Monday. VOLS TALLY TWO The champions jumped off to a two-run lead in the opening heat when Ash's wildness aided thsm. Mihallc and Moser walked. Then when Hockett sent Bolyard back against the centerfleld wall for his drive, Mihallc took third after the catch. Layn went back on the grass In short right to grab Dugas' blow and toss him out at first. Mihalic scored on th play. George followed with a single to right, the first hit off Ash, and Moser dented the plate. The Lookouts came back in their half to bombard Poffenberger and knot the numerals. Olson lined a single over second as a starter. Boots then fumbled Suydam's high hopper near the first base foul line. Calvin Chapman drilled a single to center which pushed Ol son across. Suydam took intra on the hit and tried to score when Hockett threw high. Boken retrieved the ball and fired it to George who tagged Suydam at the plate. Rufe Hooks rolled out but Alex Hooks teed off on a liner to left that counted Chapman with the second run. BOKEN SOCKS ONE Boken's drlvs over the score board In left, a distance of approx imately 380 feet, put the Vols back In front in th second. The uprising didn't stop there, however, for before the round had been com pleted Ash was under the showers and the champions had practically iced- th game. After Culler rolled out, Poffen berger bounded a hit off Olson's shins. Mihalic followed with a sin gle to left and Moser banged a drive through Ash's legs. That filled the bases and set the stage for Hockett to explode a drive high and far over the tail right field fence, a drive of more than 350 feet He came horn behind Poffenberger, Mihalic and Moser as Ash departed from the mound. Miller, who was assigned the job of trying to throttle the rampaging Vols, walked Dugas. After George filed to Chapman, Rocco singled to right. Then Boken, up for the second time In the inning, fired a terrific shot to right-center for two bases and Dugas and Rocco raced home with the sixth and seventh runs of the Inning. Culler finally eqded It when Miller knocked down his hard smash through th box and tossed him out at first The galloping Gilbert gang Jumped farther out in front In the fourth when they knocked out th seeond Lookout hurler. Hockett led off with a single and after Dugas walked. George's blow sent Oris across the dish and Miller to the showers. Burrows got Rocco on a little pop but Boken came through with his third hit of the night, a single to center that tallied Dugas. Culler forced Boken at second and George scortd on the play to make it 12-2. Charley Letchas pinch single, a couple of Infield outs, a walk to Chapman and Rufe Hooks' dinky looner back of second gave the Noogans a run In the seventh Eagles Open Year on Win Cecil's Eleven Bulldogs Duncan's Longhorns For 12-0 Victory Coach Hugh Cecil's East eleven which was unable to record a victory last fall, opened its season last night at Keys Stadium with a 12 to 0 win over S. T. Porter's Duncan Longhorns. The Eagles pushed across six-pointers in the second and fourth quarters, with Sanford and Duncan on the reporting end. Duncan, outweighed, but not out fought, suffered the temporary loss of Tackle Hunt and Halfback Greene during the hostilities. Hunt was thought to have sustained a fractured leg. Cecil's lads marked seven first downs against six for the Long- Touchdown Days Are Here (Continued on Next Page) Eye 20 Straight i r3 V Tornado Rips Charlotte, (11) Dudley Scores 1st Mark er, Scores Later on 90 Yard Sprint Central's powerful Golden Tornado kept Its grid date with little Charlotte last night at Alumni Field but proved to be a horrid host Ken Miles combine stormed to an easy 33-to-0 verdict, with Charley Estes and Lawrence Dudley portraying th roles of heroes. The local eleven rushed across Its first slx-potater In th opening quarter with Dudley the tally man. Estes and Dudley counted In the second to hike the Milesmen's margin to 21 points as the half ended. Lever and Estes carried the oval across in the third to complete the marking. Duke was the best bet for former FRIDAY 13TH BAD NEWS FOR BAGBY The white pigskin clutched In the hands of Charlotte's Duke, above, vvsi Intended for Charley Estes (with arm outstretched) so the Csntrsl hslfback had to b content with overhauling Duke on th Central six-yard stripe after a 40-yard gallop. Central won, 33 to 0, at Alumni Field. ft V.T" I I (Continued on Next Pags) i J yJWWiill.-:gilMiM i iiljIHWPlBMrWaff ST- fe'' v 4 ' . . 1 i v v- V i ' .. Quarterback Pee Wee Bracey (2) of Duncan has eluded Esit end, Howell in this plsy at Keyes Stadium last night but No. SO, Fred I Marti Staff Photos bT Id Clsrk n came over to make the tackle after Bracey had gained four rds. East won the game, 12 to 0, its first victory since '38. J. Tebbetti Two-bue hit. Tort, Home run. urrtnoeri. oioitn Dsn. Mccoakr. SicrmcM. HiKina, Brtfll. Double pl, McCoakr to Qhrinfr: Hltflm to Ctohrlns-jr to York: Gordon to Crontltl to Dmhlircq. Left on b. Nrw Tork (, Drtrott 11. Bawi on balis. Ruaio 1, Bundrs 1. HadlT 1. Bride: 2. Atrlknutit. Ruiu 9 ftitnrir 2. Bnders 2. Hits, otf Rumo. S in J ln nmai inonn out in 4th): ninia: Haaify. 3 Ruaao. bm m 1. tundra, ottnt In ltchr. Dlrfa. Marlartv. HuhhAra. Rum, ran ana riparaa. tuna. 2.0. Bosox Boxman Hurls Two-Hitter, Loses Game To Indians; Browns Ride Over, Senators; Chisox, Behind Lee, Beat Athletics By DALE STAFFORD DETROIT. Sept 13 UP) The Detroit Tigers baseball's hottest team In the September pennant run, all but chased the New York Yankees out of Briggs Stadium todav with a 18-hlt fuailad that brought an 8 to 0 victory over the world champions. Tommy Bridges, the 33-year-old Tennessean who couldn't beat New York in the early years of his- pitchlng career, limited the Yankees to six singles. It was Detroit's eighth victory in ths last nine games and the fifth straight over Its foremost pennant challengers the Cleveland Indians and New York. In ths last three games the Tigers have belted the opposition's pitchers for a grand total of 48 hits. Today's blows included Hank Greenberg's 33rd homer of the season and his seventh in nine games, a doubls and three singles by Rudy York and three singles by George (Birdie) Tebbett and Barney Mc- Cosky. A crowd of 25,514 watched the one-sided affair. Ths victory kept th Tigers still a half game up on the Indians, who shut out Boston, to 0, at Cleveland. The Tigers are now , three full games ahead of the Yankees, whose belated rush has been stalled b three consecutiv defeats. Detroit has beaten New York 14 times in 21 games this season the clubs end relations for the season and the Tiger management predicts a crowd In excess of 40,000. In scoring his 11th victory or the year, Bridges started most unim pressively, the Yanks getting to him for three solid hits In the first two Innings. v Marlus Russo, the young lefthander who had won seven straight games, was battered for eight hits and six scores by the mighty Detroit, run-producing machine before giving up with none out in the fourth. Nrw York AB K H pftro It 0 I Bi Gordon. 2b Roiff. 3b Sflklrk. rf DiManglo. ct Keller, if . Blrkey. c ahlaren. lb Crosetti. is Russo, p Sundra. p xChartak Hadky, 0 1 Sartell. as 0 0 McCoakr. c 0 Oekfer. rem 11 0 A A rirej 0 1 York. ID 0 J Hiln. 3b Stamck. ri reooftts, o ir Met, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 u J nil US Totals 31 8 t Totnla xBatted for Buxidra in 8th . New York ue'roit Tribe 1; Bosox O CLEVELAND, Sept. 13.- Young Jim Bagby threw a sterling two-hit performance at the pennant-hungry Cleveland Indians this Friday the 13th and still dropped a 1 to 0 decision. The reason was AI Milnar. The big Cleveland southpaw granted th Boston Red Sox three singles but kept them scattered to give the Indians their third straight triumph, Roy Weatherly scored the soil-tsry run. Opening the third inning, he singled through shortstop on the first pitch. Jeff Heath followed with a one-baser to right which put the fleet Cleveland cen- Tomorrow-ilr fielder on third. Lou Boudreau, next up, grounded Into a double play at second and first Weatherly scored whil it wag being manufactured. Baghy, son of th Jim Bagby who pitched the Indians to their only championship 20 years ago, settled down and stifled Tribe war clubs the remainder of the way, but it was a losing cause. Each pitcher fanned four and walked two, Bagby getting Ray Mack on strikes three times. The only blows off Milnar, who now has won 16 and lost eight, were Jimmy Foxx's single with two out In the first, Joe Cronln's ona-baser to center to lead off th eighth and Roger Cramer's single with on down in the ninth. The win made It 14 victories In 21 'starts for Cleveland against ths Red Sox, with on mors gam remaining. Boston Alll C1Telan AB R R S i Cnaoman. rf o i w I Attn 4 cf 5 2b 2 3 3T II 000 000 0000 .. 301 200 llx I Summary: Errors. Croaettl. Selkirk. Run a batted in, Greenbert 9. York 1. MeCoaky Chicks Halt Crax Drive Toward Finals, 10-1 One Man's Opinion Memphis Messes Up Cracker-Vol. Plan To Open Title Series Sunday Gilbert Sees Tuesday Starter Nov By RAYMOND JOHNSON ACIPCO IN NATIONAL BASEBALL FINALS NACRVItlB Mlhalla, Ik Maaer. If : Hiwkrtt. cf Duaaa. rf (itORGE. Ra. lb Itakra, Ik Taller, a rOFFCNBERGIB. p .... Tolala . . CHATTANOOGA Olaaa. ayaa. If .... rs-oman. rf ... R. HOOKS. ... A Haoka. lb ... rar. r I .... I a n-, tk "-l. aa ... .' :::: ( oovi;a.' ffe'-h- iA-!rs. -- Mil . .... BA'S. Tatala AB R H rO A E S 4 t 1 t t t i 1 1 It 1 I 4 0 tit t 4 i : : i it 141 4 S 1 I It 17 14 I Al I H TO A E 4 1 1 a l a ! r Ratted far Barrawa la 4th. IS S I 1 I a Balled far Searkaraata ( fla. a Baited fat Baaart la ... , Naralll J JJJ JJJIJ 1 Va VsTa'r y-Raaa ' kattrd ,! dear, t. Cfcassaaa. A. Raaka. Wk.a 4. Hra.et 4. Me. B. kite Bakra Hre raaa. Baea. Haeketl. Vi-Ur alara. " ""r la MlbaU. ta Rm: V -k. la IWenealal la A. Mki Bokea BIRMINGHAM. Ala., Sept. 13 (.T Birmingham's surprising Aclpco entry In th National Amateur baseball tournament boomed Into the final round tonight with a 20-3 vlctoryver Frostburg, Md. Aclpco opens a three-game series for the title tomorrow with Pittsburgh, early tournament favorite. Each team lost one in the two-and-out tourney. Nelson Tests Arm TUSCALOOSA, Ala.. Sept. 13. (A1) Jimmy Nelson tried out his passing nrm as Alabama's varaity acrlmmaped todav, and for a first test the Tide's No. 1 left halfback performed well. Bill Rodda in Town a,- t. V SI lkr-l Baaera I. R"l .h Wenrwraar 4. miliar a. arr yei-ra I, tal'a, aaiii- a. . . a . a .... i. a i.i ina'naat aiiner 4 far r-aa a 1 1- taltebrr ta J wea la iaaHblt Barraaa i ra ! Baaera taa raaa la It Searfcaraaib f Ja la t raaaraaai ..raaa aff I. Rll by pWeawr. r Tr...i1 Laalas allekar. aa. vaaaira C liX limlkum. H-114, Bill Rodda, on of th most popular playsrs Nashville has had in history and who managed An-niston In th Southeastern League this summer, Is a visitor In the city. He was accompanied by his wife and daughter. i Following a few days' visit with friends h made during nine years as an tnfielder on the Nashvlll club, Rodda will leave for Berkeley, Cal. CHATTANOOGA, Term., Sept. 13 Atlanta's loss to Memphis tonight threw a monkey wrench into the plans to open the final round of the Southern League's Shaugh-nessy playoff Sunday. "We'll probably open Tuesday night in Sulphur Dell," Larry Gilbert declared after the Vols had disposed of the Lookouts. "I'm going to talk with Atlanta and Memphis officials Saturday morning before I leave here and try to straighten it out. There is a possibility that we may begin Monday night, provided Atlanta wins Sunday, but I expect they would want to wait until Tuesday." If the series opens in Sulphur Dell Tuesday night, the first two games will be played in Nashville. Then the battle scene will shift to either Atlanta or Memphis for games Thursday and Friday nights with the fifth contest on Sunday in one or the other of these cities. If more than five games are necessary, the final two will be in Nashville. The Vols are assured at least two days rest as the result ofiwalloping the Lookouts three in a row and they will be ready for the Crackers or Chicks Tuesday. They feel that they can whip either without a great deal of difficulty. In fact, they are already figuring on extending their win streak, which now stands at 16, into the twen ties when they go into the Dixie Series. From the way they have been going for nearly three weeks one cannot censure them for dreaming or even making plans for such a gigantic feat. Credit Bridges If the Detroit Tigers should wind up with the American League pennant, a Tennessean will deserve a monument erected In Briggs stadium in his honor. Thst Tennessean Is Tommy Bridges, Gordonsville's most noted citizen in th athletlo world . . . From Manager Del Baker on down, they are giving Tommy much credit for the Bengals' success this season . . . Bridges' win record is not as impressive as he has had in some of his better years, but Tommy has worked untiringly with youthful Johnny Gorsica and veteran Al Benton ... He has been the cause of them developing a most baffling sinker which has helped their effectiveness. It th Tigers fall to pluck the pennant, It won't be for lack of trying, either on the field or In the offices . , . Owner Walter Briggs offered 150,000 In cold cash to Clark Griffith for Pitcher Dutch Leonard in mid-June Just before the final deadline for trading within the majors ... If th Tigers had been successful la thslr bid for Leonard, they would already be selling World Series tickets In Detroit now. Reese Widely Sought Thre Southern League clubs want Andy Reese as manager next year, but he probably will remain in the Cotton States League where he made his debut this summer as a pilot . . Both Knoxvllle and Birmingham would like to have him. . . So would Memphis, but Andy, despite stories to the contrary, will not consider bossing the Bluff City club. Although the calibre of officiating In the Southern League was vastly improved over the previous season, two and possibly three of the umpires will not be back next spring... Two of those who will be dropped from the Southern payrolls, worked In th Dixie series last year... While on the subject, don't be surprised If Paul Blackard graduates to higher company for 1941.. He's ready for a promotion. The Dixie Series will open In the Southern League city which wins the Shaughnessy playoff this time as the two circuits have an agreement whereby they alternate the start of th series .. If the final playoffs go seven games, as they did last summer, the Dixie Series Is apt to be still In progress when the World Series gets under way on October 2. Titanic Tackle Kentucky has a sophomore tackle who would make a good running mat for Baby Ray, for (Continutd n Nut fag). DICK CHAPMAN GAINS IN FINALS Rallies, Beat Wehale; Face McCullough Today MAMARONECK, N. Y, Sept. 13 UP) One of the strongest comebacks in the history of the National Amateur golf championship carried Dick Chapman into the final of the 1640 tournament today against Warrington Bannerman McCullough, Jr., of Philadelphia. Chapman was five down to Wil-ford Wehrle of Chicago after the first nine holes of their 38-hole semifinal match. He was hooking and smothering drives Into traps and trouble, he was hitting sloppy second shots and his piittcr wasn't of any more use to him than six feet of garden hose. He was out in 42, six oyfr par. But he choked off what had all the earmarks of a frightful blowup right there. From the 10th to the 18th Wehrle didn't win a hole, and Chapman won six. That put him one up. In the afternoon, before a gallery that swelled to some 3,500. Chapman kept to a steady par pace and came in the winner by three and two. After the morning round Wehrle was bewildered. By the time the match was over, he simply couldn't talk. McCULLOUGH BEATS BILLOWS Tomorrow morning Chapman will tee off against McCullough, the man who accomplished what all the experts said couldn't be done In this particular tournament. With out uncorking any sensational scor ing except for a one-under-par 71 on his second qualifying round, the baldish Philadelphian, a 100 to one shot when match play started, plowed steadily through the field, knocking off two ex-champlona on the way, and finally gaining the title bracket by beating Ray Billows of Poughkeepsle, N. Y., a finalist two of the last three years five and three. Where Chapman had to come from far behind McCullough got the jump on Billows at the first hole snd never let up. When he was a youngster his Dad used to call him the "Little Duffer." But "Duff" was no duffer today. He stuck close to par or there-shouts all day. ROUND DEFIES ANALYSIS So up and down were th two morning halves of the Chapman Wehrle match they almost defied analysis. Chapman hit only one fairway with his tee shots on the front nine. But from the 11th hole to the 19th. Wehrle dldnt hit a single green In par. Chapman played that back nine In 34, two under par, with 14 putts. He broke the Chlcagnan's heart on the 18th by laying him a stymie from 1J yards after Wehrle had com out of th rough to within five feat of th pin. Nahem Hurls Houston To Texas Title Series Buffs Battle Beaumont In Shaughnessy Co; Teams Cain Finals On Straight Wins By Th Associated Press Houston and Beaumont emerged as finalists in th Texas League playoff campaign today (Friday) after third victories over Oklahoma City and San Antonio. The Buffs, with Sam Nahem pitching his second triumph of the series, defeated the Indians 4 to 2. The Exporters ganged up behind the effective pitching of Virgil (Fire) Trucks and out-scored the Missions 6 to 2. Houston, winner of the loop pennant, came through with the loss of a single game to Oklahoma City. Beaumont's closest call was a tie Thursday. Standings rti. l.MM .750 .333 .000 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Club Wan lxal NASHVILLE J Atlanta ! 1 Mfmohla 1 ? T(-hattanooa 0 Yesterday's Results aaahTltl 111 CSattaneass I. mnhii 10: Atlanta 1. LEAGUE rrt. sOB tTT in Mi AMERICAN rink Detroit Clfvlan4 Ntw Yors Shlcaao oat on Waahinrton ... St. Lou! Philadelphia , xdamea back I.oal SO n aa S3 Wan . 80 .It . 7 :tt SO iTo plar. .580 .S11 .431 .10 J7i ill 11 Matuzak Bags 1st Win For Memphians Over Richardsmen; Fourth Tilt Set Tonight ATLANTA, Sept. 13 P Scoring fiye runs In the fifth inning, the Memphis Chicks smashed Atlanta 10 to 1 tonight to take their first victory in the Shaughnessy playoff series. The Crackers, who took the first two games, need but one more victory to win the series. Luman Harris started on the mound for Atlanta, but was follow ed by Charloy Burgess, Larry Miller and Wayman Kerksieck. They gave up a total of 15 hits. Harry Matuzak, although allowing nine safeties, tightened in the pinches snd held the Crackers well under control. AB B H TO A MiMrms. Biaard, rf .. VYra. lb. . Pin. !b Barna. rf, . . . Narlnr. 11. .. D. HaffT. 3b. Honrrmtl. aa. Oautrfaua. c. .Maluiaa, . . Tolala ... ATLANTA. Anflrraan Nana Marahall 4 S 4 I S t 1 4 I S i : : s e ess s DIMaHlo. C. Cramer, rf Fox. lb Williama. If Cronin. aa Doerr. lb Oelbert. 3b DeaauMla. e Bacbr. p a thrl. ct nratn. it 8iJldru' " 0 0 Prtlak. s 0 i Milnar. B Tolala itOt Total 14 "T 1 Boatnn 00 000 OfltWS Cleveland Me 1 Bummarr no flowi Crrora. none Daublai nlaaa. Doerr to Cronin to Foxs: DeaauUla to Cronin. 'Left on baaea. Boalon 4; CTeta-land 1 Baea on balla. Basby 1: Milnar J. Strlkenuta. Basbr 4: Milnar 4. Umpires, McOoivan, Baall and Orlsvt. Time, 1:32. Clusox 6-8; A'g 2-4 CHICAGO, Sept. 13 CP) Ths ever-surprising Chicago White Sox swept their second straight double-header with the Philadelphia Athletics today 6 to 2 and 8 to 4 to run their victory string to five games, remaining on the fringe of th fr-for-all American League race. Thornton Lee pitched a seven-hitter In the opener and Rookie Jack Hallett, a big right-hander making his major league debut, yielded only eight hits In the second game. The Sox now are In sol possession of fourth place. FIRST GAME a Ah a HUDeuns. 3D FblladelBbl Hubellns. Moan, rf 8. Cbap'n. ef jonnann. li Blebert. lb F. Ham. e Davis. 3b Brancato. is Heuaaer. d 1 ii is hlraie AB ebb. Jh a Trean. r, 4 fuhel. lb Soltera. If ADPIinat. Roaenthal. rl iireevicn. Kennedy. Lta. ipllns. as 4 aenthal. rf 4 eevlch. ef 1 innadT. J e. o 1 Shi h 1 T Totals II I l Totala M hlladelphts . . . caso Bummarv- KrroraJnhnann. Brancatn 9 Runs ha'ted Ir. F, Have. .Davis. Bolters. lilts R ooo joo ooo-i 120 Oil Six 4 Johnaon baae hit icalo Rolte Rubellne. Havea . Bolteri S. Three- iae Kuhei. Rosenthal J. Lee. Two-base -Rosenthal. Stolen Double plev Rubellni to Davta to Blebaert Lelt on bases Philadelphia : Chlcaeo 3 Chleaeo iser l: outs Heuaaer 3: Lee 5. Umpires Bummers. Baaes nn balla Heuaaer Lea 1. Strike- Qulnn and Ormsbv. Time 1:31, SECOND GAME Philadelphia All! Chlesta Osnten'ln. 3b 5 1 1 Webb, lb Mote, rf 8 Chap'an. ef 4 irmnaon. Hill. b. T. Hafav. lb. Ulark, It. .., Batea. ef Williams, a. ,, Harris, p Burreaa. p. . Miller, p cFerrara Kerhaleck. S. ssBeeea 41 IS IS tl 'TA. AB R H FO A E .. 5 s s s '' e s i e i. u 4 s i t e Ml s : 1 1 T i . J I J I Hi l e Yesterday's Result! Slevaland I: Boston . etrolt S; New York 0 Chicaso l-l: Philadelphia 1-4. it. LouH 1; Washington J. Today's Games Philadelphia at Chlciso Potter ft-H! vs. Knoit (10-Si. . , Waahiniton at Bt. Louie Chase 1 14-141 YVw" Tori'"'' Detroitr-Chandler H-) va Newsom a 1 B-3 1 Boston at Cleveland Johnson i-a Allen i-t. NATIONAL LEAGUE Last 4 44 SI fi S SO To p?e. flak ClncinneU Brooklyn PmsbursB St. Louis New York rnieato Boston Philadelphia . . xOamea back. YVaa . . t Pel. sOB aTP .m la ii .4 .414 .430 Yesterday's Results Ctnrlnnall t: New York I. Brooklyn I: Plttabiirsri I. Louia t: Boston 1 kt Philadelphia hiraio I. Todi Games ays fhlraeo at Philadelphia Olaen Ill-H a. Bt Johnson l-l. -,. . luia as aoiws-ansHB na-sei va. St 1. -ra if.li Pittaburib at Brooklyn 1 Lannlot iS-li and Lananaa i4-4i vs. Fltaaiamoaa and Davla if-i. Ctnrinnatl al New York Turn UMl TiSchuaaaahf IU-UI. Tatala ss I tT 1 sBalled far Miller In Stk. raBatled far Kerkalerk In 01 h Memahla Iini .vi SIS Is Atlanta . . Ml urn oae Summary Bona baited In. Nsfrlor t, Mailha. Barna, D. Hafey, HenrrralTT Mala, sak. Blkard. Plel 1. Twa-base hlta. Mall-ha. Barieaa. Veterka t. Barna. Threo-baae kits, evarka. D. Hafey. Stalen ba.es. Bales, Mailha. -Saerlflees. Malassk. Gaa-iTr". ull Memphla IS. At lanta II Baan mm balla. Ramie I. Mat-weak 4. Barteaa t. Slrlkeaals" Bara-eaa t. Hits, aff Harrla 4 fat I ran In Innlnta: Burreaa 4 far S rans In l-: Miller I far na rans In 1. Nit br pltrher. k M. fa-ask iMallhel. WHS pllebea, Kerkalerk Wlnnlni pllrher, Malntak. Laalnar pitcher, Bartess. I'mnlrea, Parka, Joknaaa pad Janea, Time. t:a. Wave Loses Cassibry NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 13-UP) Tulane's football Injury list mounted today. "Red" Cassibry, Tulsne's only experienced right halfback, developed a knea Injury In yesterday's scrimmage, DuPont Topi Alumni Coach Gray Sands eked out a 8-to-0 verdict over the Alumni aggregation last night In an unofficial contest. The battle was waged at Joe Wallace Field In Old Hickory and was wall attended. aitjiiiuaA.gaag If Slebert. lb F. Hares, e McCoy, lb Brancato. as Davis, sa Beckman. p xD. Miles Totals Turner, e Kuhal. lb Bolters. If Appllns. .( noaentn AB B R 4 I osenihal rf ; Hsllatt. 1 3 Kreevlch 0 0 K enrndr, lb P 34 4 I Totals 11 S 11 sBetted for Beckmsa In ninth. pin pi 4 OJl Runs batted in. Mnaea, Beckman, D Phtlsrielnhla Chlraao Bummary 000 SIS 01 101 All lfl Irrnrs. Moses. Brancato J. MlMS (Continued en Next Page) I Hp Jm IBS. -asasaBl af mW M I r'M I I

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