Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 27, 1930 · Page 26
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vsrmm9XffliKB8Lja3f* IS 'Al HtrfeerV«y chatf* out In right fl>W,'ft:'tn* fcfttllttfleMef foif the Al* toon'*i' Wb*iW .: ( 'i*enh«y- »ystem chatt*- plOris, atfeofdm'tf to tnfe r#6b*d» Mt taftL' ufated by 6% flgaW, bftlcial ,»cofef, Al fins beeti'iH seven gBm*« «nd h# Wblds ajftafk of .417, slamming b«t f hit* J rtl 17 fifties to the plate; In the games played to date thre'e Work* batters have been hit Deluding Davis, Harber and Mike Fagan. Just seven of the players are immune from stMkeouts, ForU. and Reldcf each fanned four times, Franks three time's, Roth twice and lolger; Hafbfef, Watson, M. Fagan and J. Fagan each once. Dude Thomas Is the only regular to miss a whiffout. ' Franks and RdHth have,each totalled 17 bases- in their Hitting.' Porta hag the- teams only home run. Franks, Roth and Thohias hit triple* The team hit 19 two baggers. Thomas leads In walks with 7, Barter got 6, J. Fagan 4 and M. FagaA and Relder each 3 tickets to first. Porta has driven in 9 runs, Roth ..clidaed 7 home and Mike Pagan 'knocked in 6 runs. Thomas sent in 6 tallies, Thomas is the stolen bate leader With 6, Harber leads with 6 sacrifices. H The team batting marks follow; ' O. AB. R.f H. Avel Bolger 2 3 DaVlfl ; 2 2 Harber .....,,,.,. 7 17 Franks ./., 8 29 Roth ............. 8 30 Porta 7 24 Watson ..!. 1 3 Thomas 8' 30 t Fagan ....;.... 7 20 . Fagan^' .'..'.'.'. 8 28 ler 8 30 sure 3 Qrove 4 Roberts ., 3 . 4 Maxwell .' 3 4 Antla — 2 * 0 6 2 l 1 l 4 7 7 11 9 11 •4 8 0 .500 .600 .412 .379 .367 .333 .333 .300 .260 .260 .214 .200 .200 .143 .000 .000 .000 CHAMPS UNFUBI. FLAG. PHILADELPHIA, May 27. —'The ." Philadelphia Athletics raised a pennant yesterday but Boston celebrated, the Red Sox making 6 errors In the field and the Macks easily won the game 8 to 8.' Lefty Grove turned in 1 his sixth win. Judge Landis and President E. S. Bncrtard of the American league attended. Lineups: , Uoston— — AB. R. H. O. A. E. Oliver, cf. ,.. B 0 0 3 0 0 Reeves, 3b. 4 1 0\ 0 2 3 .^Dufst, rf» 4 01 0 0 1 Scarrltt, If 3 1 1 3 0 0 Regan, 2b 4 1 1 1 B 0 Sweeney, Ib. 4 2 3 10 0 0 Rhytie, ss. % 1 0 0 3 41 O. Miller, x . 0 0 00 0 0 Smith, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cicero, xx 1 0 0 0 0 0 Lisenbee, p. 0 0 0 0 00 Berry, 'c 4 0 1 3 0 1 Russell, p 2 0 0 0 0 0 Narlesky, ss 2 01100 Totals 34 ,6 8 24 11 6 xBatted for'Rhyne in 7th. slatted for Smith In 8th. I'lilludclphia— AB. R. H. O. A. H. Bishop, 2b. 4 2 28 4 0 Haas, cf./.- :..'... 4 11300 Cochrane, c. . 1 3 0 1 6 1 0 McNalr, z 0 <3 0 '0 0 0 Perkins, c 1 0 1 1 0 0 Simmons, If 5 0 1 1 0 0 Foxx, Ib ..'..i 4 1,1 9 00 Keesey, Ib 0 0 0 0 0 0 E. Miller, rf 4,3 2100 Dykes, 3b 3 1 2 0 fr 1 Boley, as. ., . v v. .....4 02361 Grove, p 4 0 »1 ' 0 0 1 .Totals 36 8 14 27 10 3 i zRan for Cochrane in 7th. Ifpat on .. 000 POO 140—B Jfcttadelphla 020 122 01x-« ^Runs batted In, Narlesky,., Scarrltt, Began 2, Dykes 3, Boley,. Cochrane, Grove, Perkins. Two base hits, E. Miller. Homo run, Regan. Sacrifice, Dykes, Cochrane. Double plays, Regan, Rhyne and Sweeney; Boley and Foxx; Boley, Bishop' and Foxx; Bishop,'Boley to Foxx. Lqft on bases, Boston 7, Philadelphia. Struck out, by Russell 2, by Grove 7. Bases on balls, off Russell 1, off Lisenbee 1, off Grove 3. Hits off Russell 11 In 6 innings; oft Smith 1 in 1; off Lisenbee 2 in 1. Hit by pitched ball, by Grove (Scarrltt, Durst.) Passed ball, Cochrane. Umpires, Gelsel, Dineen and Nallln. Los- Ing pitcher, Russell. Time 1.54. MID-ATLANTIC. Jaannette, 3; Wheeling, 1. Charlerol, 4; Cumberland, 14. Scottdale, 3; Clarksburg, 6. -Fairmont, 11; Johnstown, 2. To Muse Cottcfi lewts doing ' Altbdna Hfgh hai had plenty of atae* cess in track this present season and noV to cap It dff the maroohs lose the services of Cirtach Leroy Lewi*. And that sort of takes some of the bloom off the successes of the season^ .Altoofta WA» just beginning to get somewhere In track competition ,and the' last few yearns have been real! happy ones. Coach Lewis was here toiig enough to ;get things Working smoothly and successfully. Now Altodna has this prellnfinary work to-do all ovef again, unless a very high class track and Held m«intof la secured to step In and keep the maroons up front. It usually takes a coach a season or two, however, to get his hand In. • All followers of track localljr will rejoice In Coach Leroy Lewis' flne promotion, and he 'surely deserves a coaching job at his alma, mater, Norristown. And he'll have plenty of success there, tod. "Lew" has been mighty line to Altoona and he did his bit in making Altoona athletic 1 history. It's to be regretted that we cbuldn't keep him on the job for some years to come. ' '• JRnln Cannes Postponement Here's an unusual situation. Rain on Saturday morning wet all ball fields but only two big games scheduled had to 'be called off. And the ones .called off were the two games that should have been played by all means. Tne only postponements were In the Blair league, at-Martinsburg and Wil- llamsburg. One Blair league game was staged, at Claysburg, where the ball diamond is the wettest and muddiest of~ alt, yet the teams weren't handicapped any. In fact, pitchers showed to better advantage on Saturday than at any time during the season. Handling a wet ball on- a soft field didn't bother 'em any. . „•• , The Blair league has such a heavy schedule this year that postponements are a real worry to the league. The schedule extends_untll September and teams that fall to take advantage ot playing on scheduled dates will be put of luck. There just won't be time at the season end to play off many postponed games and somebody Will lose out. Blair County league teams are hop- ihg to make up for the loss of a game last week as two games are booked for all teams this week. Every County entry is in action Friday' and Saturday and nice days will be appreciated. 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Works ball team 3 to 1 aj$&it of riUCciessive errors, folI6Wlhg Mvol hits, lettlMg the winnlhg runs trot In* • Paris' had a good, Afternoon, at the ball park even though their favorites took a defeat But! there'll be more losses beore the season is bVef, and like as not they'll come frotti errors, too. And likewise there'll be sowle of 'em result from heavy hitting as well. Hen Leasure, veteran chudker, pitched a mighty fine game against the hard .hitting Cleveland team and Saturdayls defeat was toughest on Leasure. • Works bats were mighty silent as the left-handed offerings of Cleveland came plateWard. It was the best pitching shown to Altoona players this, season. things Yon Should Know ' . , Little Bedford High Is ending ft school term that deserves much /hpre support than Bedford High townspeople are offering ... for the town had an undefeated football team and a champion track team . . . yet the townsfolk knocked out a bond Issue calling for a new High school . . . and that shouldn't have been.——Dick Snyder, principal at Bedford High the past year, has resigned his position, B. A. Hagan of Mononglihela City being elected for the next! term. -Bob Walters and Puddle Athey got real chifmmy In this Penn Central game on Saturday .. . . all because Walters wanted to steal third base wiUt Athey on the bag . . . and H erided'up with Athey' being, tagged out.—-Jack Wlngfleld of I)amascu«, Va,, a brother to Ed C. Wingfleld, who tried, out for Penn Central this season, Is winning plenty of praises at York where he is acting up with the New Ttork-Penna league entry ... and Penh Central tried to get Jack, who is 20 years old early in the year.—Joe Clifford and Eddie Milton ran on the Altoona High relay team Saturday and they made their quarter In fast time 'and .fans looked for a better, than sixth ppace, inasmuch as Altoona took second in her heat, which waa, the fastest one of the two . . . but official ^lookers said Altoona. was 5 seconds slower than the winning team . . . and that's what one has to go by. Just 9 seconds separated the fourteen relay teams in their races Saturday . . . and that's some running.——Jimmy Ca- mllle, ex-Windber High athletic star, made his debut by hitting a triple for Claysburg last week . . . and he has greatly, bolstered the Brlcktowners. BY GENERALS -The Sett 8. Davis lodge of 0<*d Fel- Wwsjfcpt wUHa at th« Cflcket field tft at least one 'tflnlnt lasi evening but the cold weattrt* flnali^ got >etfl as th« team dropped to the General Office chaflinldns In 1 tne final rounds sc^efe team! • (net In a -Clvlc-Mercanlile league game and It looked a lot like an Odd FetktwS'Win. The teani scored 6 fuHs In tHe Mirth ifinlng but that Was all the counting the club did. Generals got off to a 3 fun league and then trailed 1 ft-3 until the sixth when 2 m6r« runs scored, rn the final half of the seventh Hie champions brought In the tying 1 and winning runs. One was out In the 8/eventh when trouble started tot the goat-riders. Dobtbn,- Bartholomew and Roudabush singled. Perrlhe hit tbt two bases to right and the game was all over. Jack MacFarlane and Eagle Suckling took turns on\ the peak for the Odd fellows. McGlnley started fof the Generals but Forrest Bartholomew had to finish. Dobson featured with a home run. Lineups: , t. O. 0. B 1 .— AB. R. H. O. A, B. Hess, Cf 3 1 2 1 0, 0 Dillon, 2b, ss 3 1 0 24 0 McParland, p, rf ..!. 2 1 10 0 0 Suckling, rf, p '412041 Heinbaugh, e 4 1 1 4'0 0 Briggs, 3b i 4 0 01 0 0 Ebner, Ib 2 1 0 9 0 0 Seigel, If 100100 Batrus, ss 1 .0 0 0 21 Trostle, 2b 2 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 26 6 6*19 10 2 General Office— AB. R. H. 6. A. E. C. Hoover, 2b -.^ t 1 1 0 ,3 0 R. Hoover, ss 4 1 0 0 2 0 Watson, rf 4 2 2 ,0 0 0 Dobson, c 3 2 2 6 0 0 Bart, If, p 41 20 3 0 RoudabUsh, Ib 4 0 2 13 1 0 Johnsonbaugh, cf . .•: 1 0 0 0 0 0 Cqrbin, 3b 3 0 0 10 0 McGlnley, p 1 0 0 0 0-.0 Perrlne, cf ' 3 0 2 10 0 Troxell, If 10 1 0 0 0 Totals 32 71221 90 I. O. O. F 000000 4—8 General Office '. 300002 2-^7 •One out when winning run scored. Two base. hits,. C* Hoover, Watson, Bart, McFarland, Perrine..,,Home run, Dobson. Struck out, by McGlnley 2, by Suckling 4, by Bart 4. Bases on balls, off McFarland 1, off McGlnley 4, off Suckling 1, off Bart 1. Stolen bases, R. Hoover, 'Bart, Troxle, Heinbaugh. Winning pitcher,: Bart. Losing pitcher, McFarland. Hit by pitched ball, Seigel by McFarland. Passed balls, Dobson 3. Double play, Roudabush, unassisted. Pitching record: 2 hits, 2 runs off McFarland in 1-3 inning; 1 hit, 3 runs off Suckling in 62-3; 3 hits, 3 runs oft McGinley in 31-3; 3 hlta, 3 runs oft Bart in 3 2-3. Time, 1:30. Umpire Logue. Scorer, Relff. INTERNATIONAL. Reading, 8; Newark, 7. Buffalo, 6; Rochester, 5. Jersey City, 6; Baltimore, 8. Toronto-Montreal/ rain. . Lowest Prices in Tire History • *. . ' • on America's Leading Quality Tire N OW... again... we reduce the price! Now... again ... we make America's greatest tire value a still greater valoe! Now... again ... we share with you the savings that come with constantly increasing sales volume! Conipare! Price with price. Quality with quality. For—"tbo«e who compare choose ALLSTATES!" ALLSTATE is a font line tire. ALLSTATE u mpetJar *jr actual tests, to other nationally known tires i • Come to our store and let us show ydu these great tires. 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M. 1425 Eleventh Avenue Altoona, Penna. l''ree forking for ('u»lonii'rN, Kear of Store FREE SERVICE TIRES MOUNTED BAnERlESINSTALOD WE .GUABANTEE SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK Atn!«leB,)8i BdStffh, 6. .' m*A xttVUyuVAlb «•« ff^A^A VAUtto rf TT AflRInKtOll) lUj W6W lOTIIt 7. Cleveland, 7; Chicago,^ (Brat game.) Cleveland, 0; Chicago, 2 («econd garnift.> < Detroit, 7; St. Louis, I. f(»tf«*'» Schedule. Athletic* vs. Boston. Shlbe park. Chicago at Cleveland (tw« games.) Detroit at St. Louis. Washington at We* York. Standing. , v W. L. Pet. Washington..., 28 '10 .724 Athletics • 22 14 .611 Cleveland ....i 20 .16 .668 New York 18 16 .829 Chicago 14 19 .424 Detroit 15 22 .405 St. Louis ...; '14 21 .400 Boston 12 23 .343 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Phillies-Boston, rain. Brooklyn. 7; New York, 0. St. Louis, 10; Pittsburgh, 4. Cincinnati, 6; Chicago, 2. Today's Schedule. Phillies at Boston. ' ' New York at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (two games) St. Louis at Chicago. > Standing. W, L. Pet. St. Louis 23 13 .639 Brooklyn 22 13 .639 PittsBUrgh 18 16, .629 Chicago 19 19 .600 New York 18 18 .471 Boston 14 18, .437 Cincinnati 14 21 .400 Phillies ,11 29 .367 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. Birmingham, 3; Atlanta, 2 (11 Innings). Mobile, 1; Little Rock, 7. Nashville, 6; Chattanooga, 6, (11 innings. .. New Orleans, 11; Metnphls£3. „„, ______ to io, tmt SflJtt teotVkg la tft* flfctl foutiA* t* teR* this flWHfln.' Cashrtian ftHALetscher fanBed 11 6att«fs but walked ttgfct also. Wntticckev had a hoftier to right center. Lttieups: fteftMftt thkHe> A. C.- LesM, lif ..... ....... 231910 HandzeHla, Ib ...... 3 0 0 7 0 1 1100 111 cesN .../- ........ 82 Wilinecker, *A ....... 41 Halgn, 2b ... ....... .. 401411 Monlrella, 3b ........ 310020 Keller, rf ......... ... 3 0 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 8 1 SchfaU!, e Joe Ferrohe.'p ...... 4 S. Ferrone, rf ....... 1 20000 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 32 10 4 24 7 6 fiarbfook Sllhs-J. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Wclgand, S3 4 1 Griffith, 2b Ammcr, Ib L. Stein, 3b E. Stein, If 3 O. Stein, of 4 Lewis, rf 3 Jagdhuber, c 3 Cash man, p 2 ...... 2 0 4 32 3 4 4 '2 8 4211 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 200 100 01001 0 0 11 010 2 1 0 0 lUetscher, p 11000 Totals 33 13 11 27 7 6 Pleasant Valley 200 031 040—10 Darbrook 20102044x^13 Stolen bases, Darbrook 8; P. V. 6. Two-base hits, L. Stein, E. Stein, Ammer. Home runs, Wlllnecker. Double plays, Halgh unassisted, Lesko to Haigh. Struck out, Cashrtian 6, Letscher 5, Ferrone 8. Bases on balls, Cashman 6, Letscher 3, Ferrone 3. Hit by pitched ball, Weigand, E. Stein 2, Lewis, Schratz. Innings pitched. Cashman 5, Letscher 3. Umpire, Spanogle. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Louisville, 2; Toledo, 4. . 'Indianapolis, 5; Columbus, 7. Milwaukee, 2; St. Paul, 1. *-Kansas City, 5; Minneapolis, 6. NEW YORK-PENNSYLVANIA. Williamsport, 0; York, 1. Hazleton, 7; Harrisburg, 7. Wilkes-Barre, 4; Blnghamton, 12. Scranton-Elmira, cold weather. Crfefcet ffeW y w 8 to 5 In ssirisn At fl«M Wl tti« AKawn* B*Jt Wagtrt *t lfli« moruM*. #«#» tlifd tit&hnHig Trawwwett met Lltt*- th« E*tra J-ureiwen Ifi a g»m«i ups: AS. ft. X i 4 2 Holleft, 2* Garter, 3t> — McMlnn, H« 4 Fetters, Ib 4 Summers, n 4 . O. A. E. I 11 0 0 0 1 i 3 92 1 0 140 4 1 0 00" 9 . , 9 O 0 0 1 0 tongue, If ........... 2 0 0 0 ff 0 Kfugh, p ........ Hammters, rf F. Book, rf 300010 Totals .............. 31 5 3 1ft 8 2 EasthnnntI Trufnmcn — • AS. R. H. O. A. E. White, s«. c MeKendree, 2b 30 1 10 4000 Statler, 3b ^.. 3 1 1 1 Brady, Ib >.. 313" 21 11 4 1 Wolf, c, cf 22110 0 Dickey, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 E. Bock, cf 1 0 1 « 0 2 Hippo, If 3 1 1 1 0 0 Rabold, p 3 1 1 1 0 0 Black, ss 2 0 0 0 0 2 Totals 27 6 £ 21 8 8 Westbound T. ........ 0 1 <) 0 -' 0 Z— 5 Eaatbound T ......... 011004 x— 6 Two base hits, Sommers, Garner. Left on bases. Western 4, Eastern 4. Struck out, by Krugh 3, Rabold 10. Stolen oases, Hammers, Statler 2, Hollen, Rabold, White. Bases on balls, off Rabold 2. Hit by pitched balls, White, Wolf. Passed balls, Wolf, White. Double play, Hollen to Fetter. Time, 1:40. Umpire Isenberg. OBEENWOOD AFTER GAMES. The Greenwood baseball team would like to meet some first class ball team in a pair of games on Memorial day on the Greenwood field. Player* are asked to report at tho Junction tea room for a special business meeting this evening at-7.30 o'clock. For games managers are aflked to call Bell 3-9618. over the ptospedtt half tt»» «ft tfltcfc .-. vicinity, for tM HM ***»*» fn the MenwfteF f&it , tween many of th« gt»*tert tft* ff«fl1*. Tfie Bat (rf etrtrfe* hreludes Bob driving: A speed-way 3SttT<et, » speed cfeartlon; Jimmy 'J Kansas City wfio <«« b* first time on dlr. track* hlsr new DeansenftnrgT S r Winn of Atlanta fn ft FroflOlM* rial who has proven M* m«t«t one miiidted ta.ce meets tt.ti four years; Eddie 9«Jnoat (nrfMW the Sejnoat special which (fd among the starters In- the first pion§hfp race of th« 1930 M Langnorne, Bill Neapolltal. Italian pilot of Philadelpfii*; Joltt«y Schaler of Warren, Pa., who fl«t 1M* his license as an A. A, A. co«p«tttt*» driver in 1929; Bill Hoffman add Jl Aspen, both well known on dirt tMeMft' throughout the east; and many otttef* of Ufce.caljbre. ., The race meet will be supervtont (W a representative of the contest 6o«Ure of the American Automobile assod*- tion, which, will assure the spectator* a. fine competitive race. Every driver entered must have passed th* rigid examination necessary to beeonM » member of this aasoclatiott and tfi« cars must all be passed by th* teelk*. nical committee of the contest 6o*rd. The program will consist of WvVte events, the feature Cambria couutjf •sweepstakes, a race of twenty tap* open only to the ten fastest cars. Idt qualify in the preceding races, The track will be treated with cat* ciufn chloride, the only known dart prevenltlty, which will assure th» spectators of a clean view of tli« drivers at all times. 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