|m':>.-\ •-.-,'.. ... . y H B A t T O o It..*' Ml If q R^r HM^Ri p * y L. JULy:»iL^gJg BUSY WEEK-END PROGRAM FOR BLAIR Central Scheduled at Mom* Friday and Saturday With Leading Rivals—All County Towns Get Home Game With Exception of Williamsburg. ASSIGN UMPIRES Umpires to handle tlio Hlni' 1 Baseball league gnmea for Kriilnv a.nd Saturday were nnniniiv-eel today by Chief Umpire Dyke Stevens. The pairings: Memorial Day. At DunoansvlUe— Dyke Slovens. At Martinsburg—CorneiT.vs Brown. At Pcnn Central—Crist Gla.^on. May 81. At Roaring Spnng—C o in e g y s Brown. At Penn Central - Dyke Stevens. At Claysburg—Crist Glasson. DOES FAST CENTURY. Blair county league fans arc awaiting this week end with much interest, with six ball games being scheduled in | two days. For the first time in the history of the league, regularly scheduled league games will be played on Memorial day. Falling on Friday this year, this gives all six clubs games on both Friday and Saturday. The schedule is as follows. Memorial Day. Roaring Spring at Penn Central. Williamsburg at Duncans'ville. Claysburg at Martinsburg. (Saturday. Martinsburg at Penn Central. Duncansville at Roaring Spring. , Williamsburg at Claysburg. . The game that is attracting tin; most attention is the one scheduled on Memorial day afternoon at 3 o'clock between Roaring Spring at Penn Central on the new Maple avenue field in Altoona. Although just finishing the first round of play in the league, already the games are beginning to mean much'and Friday's game may mean a lot in deciding.the ultimate pennant winner. Both Roaring Spring and Penn Central have won three games to date. Penn Central has lost one game while Roaring Spring has not been defeated. Penn Central has four games played. getting their game in last Saturday at Claysburg while the other teams were idle because of rain. Penn Central dropped their tirst league game ot the season at Martinsburg and since that time has won three straight games, defeating Wil- liamubuig at home and Duncansville and Ciayaburg away. The select group of sprinters who have done the, century In 9.1 seconds was, raised to four recently to include Hubert Mclcr, iibove, town. State speeder who "on the Hig Six Conference 100-ynrd dash championship In the, sensational time of 0 2-5 seconds. The others are. Ueorgo Simpson, Cy JLcliiml und Krank Wykoff. Meier used starting blocks, which means that his achievement probably will he overlooked by the I. A. A.'K., as was Simpson's. STANFORD CERTAIN OF COLLEGE TITLE CHICAGO, May 28.— Practically .assured of seventeen points in the weight events and hopeful of picking up eight more in the sprints, R. L. (Dink) Templeton, debonair coach of the Stanford university track team is hopeful of once, again winning the L C. A. A. championship at Harvard stadium, Saturday. Stanford hns held the Intercollegiate championship tor three successive years. Stanford is bringing eighteen men east for the games but Templeton Is depending entirely upon three for points. He believes that Hnrlow Rotli- ert und Eric Krcnz will finish one-two in the shot put mid that in the discus throw Kronz will win with Rothert no worse than third and perhaps second. Besides the weight stars, Templeton thinks Hector Dyer will show well in (he 100 and 280 yard dashes. The Stanford coach believes Frank Wykoff of Southern California has the best chance of winning the century but recalling that Dyer beat the trojan flyer in a dual meet, earlier in the season, lie Is not without hope of his star repeating the performance. Eddie Tolan of Michigan will be in the Held and that ot f course makes it a throe cornered race. In the 220, HIS HOMER HKLPS. U AM Kit HKltUEIl Hoston ouiltoldcr hit his eleventh home run of the season yesterday (lie drive cinching a win for the Ilravcs over the Vhlllles. ut least twenty-live points for Stanford and a. possible victory. Rothert a tall, handsome chap, who recently broke John Ruck's record for the shot put in the P^ii.c coast games believes he is capable of still another distance crushing blow. To Muse and Amuse By Sl'OKTS EDITOR Graduating Daj;s Here •These are busy days among the High schools. They are quitting days, days of farewells. And in all 'Of the Blair schools a lot of real classy athletes are stepping out after earning sheepskins. Tyrone High loses a number of athletic stars, notable among 'em being John Derr, all /around Central City sport star. Hollldaysburg High loses a big number of letter winners topped no uiavaourg away. i •» "•& "• •-• .—. , .. ,, .„,. Should RoarW Spring win Friday's , by Frank He sel too ball stai game it will glv;e them a big edge in the race for the pennant. It Penn Central wins they will go into first place, although both clubs would have lo«t but one game, Penn Central would have one mojre win to their credit. Leo Carrol, star hurler from Pittsburgh will be with the Roaring Spring team, Roaring Spring announcing for sure that Carrol would be on hand and will in all probability be the Spring's starting hurler. Carrol two years ago pitched Roaring Spring to a pennant in a yust-season series against Shaffer Stores; "He Is one of the best pitchers in independent baseball and is always a. big favorite with the crowd wherever he hurls. Big Lee.Ellenberger and Host, who have -carried the pitching burden so far-for the Springs, will also be ready for action, catching. Wilbur Treese will do the Penn Central has bolstered up their infleld this week, by the addition of Frank Chadwick at second base, and he will be eligible for duty on Friday having been approved at the directors meeting Tuesday. Chadwick is a former Mid Atlantic player being with Johnstown last year and with Cumberland this year. He played his iirat. game for Penn Central on Tuesday against Greensburg, getting three hits and scoring 3 runs in five times at bat. one of his hits being a homeruu "Ace" Kelley will probably be Penn Centrals choice to hurl. Kelley, who hails from York, worked for Penn Central against Duncansville two weeks ago and pitched a shut out game. While Penn Central worked four hurlera against Greensburg, alt of them are ready to start. Lefty Wilson, with wins over Williamsburg and Claysburg, or Lefty Vaughn, John Lookard or Fritz Adams may start. On Saturday Penn Central will again be at Home, with Martinsburg as their opponent. Martinsburg handed Penn Central a surprise licking in the open,- ing game and they promise another surprise package on Saturday. For tomorrow Williamsburg travels to Duncansville und the Irontown looks for the biggest baseball crowd of the season. Williamsburg has hurtled all opponents this year the team looking to be the best in recent seasons. ' Claysbuig, with four straight losses, li'amsbitrg loses halt its football and almost the entire baseball teaiti, young Doc Whittaker being the towns big star. Altoona Higli drops quite a group ot stellar athletes with the maroon institution pretty hard hit by graduation. Aud as the schools windup coaches back for next year are busy taking account of stock, counting noses, so to speak, to ^seek just what can be expected for next fall. l-'nil to Solve Lefties Left handed pitching talent has been rather tough on Altoona Works batting averages thus far this season and the Pennsy .system champ rivals will be firing port-sidors galore at the locals before the season is much older. But the Works team isn't worrying any and before many more days batters for the Logue clan won't care whether the pitcher chucks from the right side or whether'he does it from the left side. Batting practice against Lefty Grove und Lefty Antes is helping a lot right now. Two lefthanders, Gockel of Cleveland und Reed of St. Vincent's college, did the best hurling of any team against the Works outfit. And the Works bats were, mighty silent, too, against this pair of classy off-aide (lingers. Practically all learns carry one good left hander and the Works team is sure to meet this good artist. It'll be up to the Loguemen to solve 'em. The Uig Follows I'leased One of the finest sights ot all seen at Mansion park last Saturday during the state P. I. A. A. track and field championships, was the "view" offered when the entries were called for the shot put, discus toss and javelin throw. These three events bring out the big fellows the High school huskies. And each event attracted a total of twenty schoolboys. And when this gang was bunched the picture was one that more than delighted the High school t°otball coaches. Every coach present has long sought "big men" for the grid teams and Saturday the coach saw the ideal football squad. Six footers,' 180 to 200 pounders, all voung giants—that's what the squad Was anil practically every one of em saw football service last fall. And if some High school coach could just have the entire twenty weight entries tor his football squad, his coaching job would be the cinchiest of all jobs. Things You Should Know That Rogers Fouracre, who starred in track events for the Middle Division and also Penn State, was elected this week as vocational supervisor at the Petersburg High school. That Dick Bartholomew, who now couches Ellwood City in track stuff was Altoona High's big star back in 1923 and that he still holds the 100-yard record of 10 seconds Hat. Just one base has been stolen this season off Louie Portu, Altoona Works catcher . . . and that's a mighty fine record in nine ball games. Tyrone is to open the swimming pool at Athletic park on May ill and on June 2 the baseball season opens. Ted Bolger, .local chucker got in a brief part of Hazleton's game this week, doing relief work in the eighth as Hazleton lost 8-5 to Harrisburg. . . . Ted had to retire the side The Inter-Church Baseball league is off on the right foot und aome good games have been turned in ... and the race will bo anybodys. Altoonans will cast longing eyes toward Indianapolis on Memorial clay because the leading drivers out there tomorrow will be the real drivers for Altoona on June 14 ... and the ten best on the Hoosiei". bowl will be certain to start in Altoona.—Three of the ball players who helped Williamsburg win a lot of games the last few years are now members of the Blair league entry . , . and fans want to see 'em in action all the time. Most of Altoona High's players are as busy as can be with independent teams. « DYKE STEVENS TO WORK IN TYRONE The Tyrone "Y" Baseball league will launch the season of twilight ball on Monday evening, J[une 2, Paper Mill and Independents being signed. Games will be played every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. Dyke Stevens of Juniata, leading Blair umpire, will bo the official umpire in the league and it will be the tenth successive season of officiating in the circuit for tha Juniatian. The official schedule, announced today follows: June. 2—Paper Mill vs. Independent!!. 4—Boosters vs. Moose. 6—Paper Mill vs. Boosters. fl—Independents vs. Moose. 11— Paper Mill vs. Moose. 13—Indians va. Boosters. 16—Paper Mill vs. Indians. IS—Moose vs. Boosters. 20—Boosters vs. Paper Mill. 23—Moose vs. Indians. 25—Paper Mill vs. Moose. 27—Boosters vs. Indians. 30—Paper Mill vs. Indians. July. 2—-Boosters vs. Moose. 7—Paper Mill vs. Boosters. 9—Indians vs. ^loore. 11—Paper Mill vs. Moose. 14—Indians vs. Boosters. 21—Indians vs. Paper Mill. 23—Moose vs. Boosters. 25—Boosters vs. Paper Mill 28—Moose vs. Indians. 30—Moose vs. Paper Mill. August. 1—Boosters vs. Indians. 4—Paper Mill vs. Indians. 6—Boosters vs. Moose. 8—Paper Mill vs. Boosters. 11—Indians vs. Moose. 13—Moose vs. Paper Mill. 15—Indians vs. Boosters. OUIIHBT DEFEATED IN'BRITISH PLAY ST. ANDREWS, Scotland, Mav 20.— W. L. Hartley of Chislehurat, defeated Francis OUlmet of Boston by t and 8, in their fifth round match of the Brti- ish amateur golf championship here today. Oulme't was the fourth Walked onp player to be eliminated. Dr. O. P. 'Willing of Portland, Ore., and Don Moe, also of Portland, were qusted on Tuesday, and Roland Mackenzie of Wilmington, Del., lost yesterday. Hartley Is an older brother of Rex Hartley, British Walker cup player, also eliminated yesterday. Bobby Jones, leading American golfer, went into the sixth round of the British amateur golf championships by scoring a 7 and 8 victory over G. 0. Watt, of Broughty ferry. Jones was five up at the ninth. He went out In 34, two under par. He made birdies three on the sixth and seventh, playing the other holes in par. Bobby cut liis match with Watt as short as he could, equalling par on the only three holes played past the turn. George Volgt of New York, one of the live United States Walker cup players remaining in the tournament, scored a fifth-round victory over William Campbell of Cambuslang, 3 and 2. Harrison R. "Jimmy" Johnston of St. Paul, defeated D. C. Murray of Duddlngton, In a. fifth round match, 5 and 3. Johnston will meet Jones in the sixth round this afternoon. The match will involve the United States amateur and open champions, Jones holding the latter title, SEVEN EVENT PROGRAM FOR EBENSBURG RACES A seven event auto race program will be offered at the Ebentiburg track on Memorial day starting at 2.30 o'clock standard time, the A. A. A. contest rules to govern the meet. The track has been specially treated for the program. l_iasauuig, winj lulu rakiui^ui njjonn, i - ~ will be at Martinsbwg and the Brick- | The list of entries already received townere will have their hands lull as i by the management show.-; the names m» — ..* 1_ ..I...,.... i,. ..I......... •, t i» L.. Haul i-it 1 mil.1, \,r<»11 l:,tr,\VM flrivpl's; 11H l-ir)h Marliniiburg is always at its besl against the rival. For Saturday's pairings Martmsburg is in Altoona, this game starting the second round of play. Martinsburg holds a win over the Lightmen, too. Duncttiisville is at Roaring Spring to seek to atone for a recent licking. Williamsburg IB at Claysburg and the BricHtown wants to wjn to even ""• series. the WOLVUKINKK 1.OSK. Altoona Tigers took their litth win defeating the Wolverine.-, 11 to 7. All Wolverine runs two round*. \N ulvtriuca— Glenn, ss Fornwall, If Mower, Ib 2 Casey, c Alrharl, '>\> Smith. Jib, p I-uther, rf Mujhtafctei.3, p Burke, cf . . . Langguth, Ti-tals . .. Tiscrk— GluUbc-r, If . J. McCuilo'.-l C humeru Howling .Spring l-'c.nn Central t>l. Julin. t>» Ii. irll-CullOfi Scliuutt, c- . of such well known drivers us Bob Robinson of Datona, driving a speedway Miller, u beautiful speed cration; Jimmy Patterson of Kansas City who will be seen fur the first time on dirt tracks tills year in liis new Deusenberg Special; Bi'lly Winn of Atlanta in u Frontenac special, Winn lias proven his metal in over one hundred race meets in the past *our years; Eddie Sejnost builder of the Sejnost Special which qualified Miiong the starters in the lirst championship race of the 1930 season al Langhorne, Pa. Bill Neapolilol, skillful Italian pilot of Philadelphia: Johnny Schiller of Warren, Pa., who first won liis license as an A. A. A. competitive driver 111 19aj; Bill 1 luff man and Al Aspen, both . well known on dirt tracks throughout ! the East; and many others of like i calibre will also drill. i BLAIR COUNTY LEAGUE, COACH SHARADIN WINS TITLE AT FORD CITY Abe J. Sharadin, former coach of athletics at Altoona High, coach ut Ford City for the paat six years, has achieved Wonderful success during the past school term his learns winning several championships. Sharadin's baseball team has a record of eleven wins in twelve starts, the club having three more games to play. The team captured the title for the fourth time. In basketball Ford City High won the lil'th championship in the district. The Coach Sliarudin coached Ford City teams are the talk of the western state district and every game played by the team is a leading one. Ford City always takes on the strongest opponents toibe found. FOURTEEN HIGH TEAMS ENTER CLEARFIELD MEET IVt. l.UtMJ .750 •- i lie 1 '• <j -; (,UJiH.-b Maj aO. burg at Dunran.-.ville. Spring ul Penn CVntial. May al. Mile ;jt Kuuring Spring. ul I'enu t.Y-i.lrul. £ al Cluysburg. .000 Aitouu* Ti«'.-J-o Sl"JuH Uttoto Tiyeio 4 WoU 1-1 IIK.-H 'J EttJUtid run*. T4f#r» V, Wolvtriui-o 7 Ttvu-luiftc llila. JuJjJiHuu. £k-la:r ,-ji HOUJC 1'uus, Fomwalt, Ca.-,..-> Double piay« U. MI.-CHI lucto to J- MtC'uilQL-li. tSti- CuHwh 3. Mt-Matti-rji 3. UlIU, Mi-CulIui-li 2, WcW-as I'l-.lV .VI I'EMTK.VTIARJ . Bmau iJia'.i-s v,lll gu lu Hoik-, lumoilow iiiuiliJiig !'-»! a game al Fourteen High schools liavu been enrolled for this ninth annual dual-Held High invitation truck and lield meet ttl be held oil Memorial day. Almost 201) athletes uro expected. Hollidaysburg High represents Blair county iii tho meet, George Knouse, Stiilt/, Williams, Danyc/1, Hilcman. iicininger, White. McNally and Kentz to comprise the party jn charge of Coach Mordan. CVnlrc, Cambria, Blair. Jefferson, riarion, Klk ami CIeurlield counties have entries. Altoona High annually attends tin- meet but the "official entries were not received up until Tuesday. Cleat-Held, however, expects a strong maroon and white tcum. Paul Rouzer holds the deal-Held shotput mark. Batteries Repaired and Recharged We have complete equipment toi taking care of your batteries. SatUlactiun Guaranteed ALTOONA STOMAUlii HATTliRV SURVIVE STATION MOD Clie.lnul AM:. Hie U out, AK'- Ba.-ies un TJ> 0. L'm- | penitenti'--»J > al SiMh .-U n 1 l,i!er than 7 j<la>cr.i aie t poi'l. I.am-, P Mattel .-<»,i. J! .J. p..-ua' a. All playi-ln an; to n-p.ji I ; •t and Uiglilh avenue not I i/c-lui-k, 'J'ln- luJlowing j ij i< purl. P. ami 1-. l.e- j . uijil U. Ci-jnuiio. Alii'.-r. ubj-,- Kallji'antk-. I' 1 , and ! Maltic.-j, J'.ydgers, | l autl I'luv. man. DIAMOND E All metal lly screens, allow window tu open to any height. W. H. GOODFELLOW'S SONS I.'jltl Kli-M-nlh AM'iiue TO WBO ALTOOKAN. TEAMS THAT BfeAt WORKS ARE SCHEDULED IN WBEKf.END OAMES The Altdona Works'basebal) team la n for a busy week-end ball program 9.nd Memorial day and the Saturday icllday will find fans galore at the IricUet-field ball lot.—' The Cuban Stars, players who per- orm all winter in the Havana, Cuba ball league, will be \M attraction to- fiorrow afternoon, a doubleheader bens arranged. The nrat game Is at 1.48 )'olock sharp with the secdnd game to ollow. It'll mean a big afternoon of ilg baseball. Last year the Cuban Stars made a •Sal-hit in Altoona a.nd the visitors valked oft with a 4-2 score. The Cubans have a lot of new players this year and the team Is even stronger ban a year ago. The following statistics, compiled by United Press, include games of ^Wed- lesday, May 28. Lending Hitters. Player and ulub G AB R H Pet. Rice, Senators ... 36 140 88 H2 .416 ?. Waner, Pirates ierman, Robins.. Hogan, Giants O'Doul, Phillies..'. ALLIK WOIJJ'F Former Venn' State athletic star and later n ball player with Roaring Spring will wed nit Altoonn girl, the engagement being announced (his week. Allic's home la In New York. WATCHING the SCOREBOARD Yesterday's hero—Socks Seibold of the Braves, who held, Philadelphia V 6 hits and turned in Ms seventh victory of the season, 5 to .1, He fanned three batters and walked three, the Phillies scoring their lone run in the sixth Inning. Manager Wilbert Robinson sent his slugging Brooklyn Robins against the New York at Ebbetts field today in an attempt to regain a tie for first place in the National league pennant race. The Robins, who were a hopeless seventh at this stage of the 1929 race, are in second place, one-half game behind the St, Louis Cardinals and oan tie for the lead by winning today. The Chicago-Cincinnati game today was cancelled in respect \,o the memory of pitcher Harold Carlson who died yesterday. Walter Stewart pitched the Sh Louis Browns to a 4 to 2 win over Detroit in the only American league contest. The Chicago Cubs pounded out a 6 to 5 vlc- Pct. .622 .611 .543 .513 .486 .456 .380 .355 WITH THE MAJORS. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Yesterday's Results. Boston, 5; Phillies, 1. New York-Brooklyn (rain.) Pittsburgh-St. Louis (vain. Chicago, 6; Cincinnati, 5. Standing. W. L. St. Louis .............. 23 14 Brooklyn .............. 22 14 Pittsburgh ............ 19 10 Chicago ............... 20 19 New York ............. 17 18 Boston ................ 15 18 Cincinnati ............. 14 22 Phillies ................ 11 20 Today's Games. New York at Brooklyn. (Only game scheduled.) Games Friday, New York at Boston. Phillies at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. St. Louis at Chicago. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Yesterday's Kegulta. St. Louis, 4; Detroit, 2. Other games, rain and cold weather. W. L. Pet. Washington ........... 27 10 .730 Athletics .............. 23 14 .622 Cleveland .............. 22 16 .579 New York ............. 18 17 .514 Detroit ................ 16 23 .410 St. Louis .............. 15 22 .405 Chicago ............... H 21 .400 Boston • • ...... • • ....... 12 24 .333 Today's Layout. Boston at Philadelphia. Washington at New York. (jinnies Friday. Chicago ut St. Louis. Detroit ut Cleveland. Washington at Athletics. Boston at New York. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Indianapolis, I; Columbus, 13. Milwaukee, 0; St. Paul, 5. JUmlBVille, 4; Toledo, 3. Kansas City, 1; Minneapolis, 3. INTERNATIONAL. Toronto, 2; Montreal, 10, game.) Toronto, 0; Montreal, game.) ' Other games postponed grounds. NEW VOKK-I'ENNSVLVAMA. Uazleton, 6; York, 5- Other games postponed, grounds. BUSINESS CLUB BALL TEAM READ? The Altoona Business club baseball team is now organiEed and ready for games, opening the season on June 1 with the Cresson team at Ci'esson. The club was formerly the Matry Cardinals. Business men and firms sponsoring the teams are M. F. Matry, N. A. Stevens, Filers transfer, Gettman Motor company, Hahn Leather company, Jerry Jossumt, H. Small, Criswell Motor company, Hoffman ;ce Cream company, W. H. and L. C. Wolfe. Forsht Coal and Supply and Otto Meindl. The team played in past years under the name of Matry Cardinals and finished third in the City league. Last year the club was disbanded. Games are wanted with leading teams including Merqhants, Penn Central, Red Men, Juniata Y, Cooks Market, Furniture Store, Goldbergs, Sitmans, Tyrone, Hollidaysburg, Cross Keys, Lilly, Barnesboro, General Of- flce, Odd Feellows, Blair Credit, Coupon, Gallitzin, Saxton, Bedford und others. Call 2-9356 and ask for George West. Call between 3 and 5 p. m., or write the rpanager at 1616 Bell avenue. The following players have been signed: Tony Scotto and Howd Schade, catchers; Charley Berkheimer, Elmer Houck of Robertsdale and Whitey Mohler, pitchers; John Talasky, Casey Weigand, Joe Godfrey, Wilce Kyler, Ham Stange and Faye Perry, infielders; Loute Stine, "Hobo" Huber, "Dude" Socey and Billy Kyler outfielders. Club directors are; M. F. Matry, Jerry Poasumt and Ott Miedl, with Mr. Miedl to act as treasurer and business manager. The team will be managed by George F. West, jr., former Cardinal manager and Joseph Santone, former Sixth Ward leader. A captain has as yet not been elected. 1, first (second tory over Cincinnati and Philadelphia lost to Boston, 5 to 1, in the National leagu itelm / i league tilts. - v Detroit got. to Stewart for 3 hits and 2 runs in the opening inning but were unable to score again. Whltehin worked well for the Tigers but weakened in the eighth and the Browns tallied the winning runs on .singles by Blue, Manush, Kress and Schulte. A four-run attack in the first inning enabled the Cubs to beat Cincinnati. Guy Bush was batted from the mound in the sixth when the Reds scored 3 runs, but Malone .was affectlvai in tHe relief role. WINS SEVENTH GAME. ST 'LOUIS. May 29,-St. Louis Browns defeated Detroit 4 to 2 yesterday after three losses in a row. Walter Stewart, southpaw, won his seventh game of the • season allowing but 6 hits. Three singles were bunched in the eighth after Blue's double to take the win. Score: R H E. De troit 200 000 000—2 6 3 St Louis':.'....••.- 001 000 12X-4 9 0 Batteries: Whitehill and Hargrave; st L OU ig poi 000 12x—4 9 0 Batteries: Whitehill and Hargrave; Stewart and Ferrell. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. Birmingham, 5; Atlanta, 3- New Orleans, 2; Memphis, H. Mobile, 7; Little Rock, 8. Nashville, 11; Chattanooga, 9. HousePaint $1.89 Gal Regular- $3.60 Value fullj guaran- 1 teed, all colors • . — Zip Auto and Radio Supply Co 1514 nth Ave. Open Kvery Evening COPLEY $12.50 $15.50 CLOTHES 1411 Eleventh Avenue USED TIRES Trade-in3 On New Generals J. A, Leap Cor. Mth Ave. al tiEKVIUK rill IS IHth St. MAJOR LOADERS. 32 121. 24 49 .405 35 141 37 57 25 SB 12 34 30 121 25 47 .404 .395 .388 Home Bun Sluggers. Ruth, Yanks, 14; Wilson, Cub.s, 12; Klein, Phillies; Berger, Braves, 11; ehrlg, Yankees; FOXJ£ Athletics, 10. II n n» Scored. Ruth, Yankees, 41; Terry, Giants; Rice, Senators, 38; Frederick, Robins; Vilson, Cubs; Bishop, Athletics; Herman, Dodgers, 37. Most Hits. Frederick, Dodgers; Rice, Senators, 62; Douthit, Cards, 59; Herman, Dodgers, 57; Fnsch, Cards; Terry, iants; Bissonette, Dodgers, 56. Huns Halted In. Simmons, Athletics, 41; Gehrig, Yankees; Foxx, Athletics, 40; Wilson, !ubs; Ruth, Yankees; Klein, Phillies, 39. ,Moe RbbfcrUl, Lefttf Ofove Ot Bolger will : and tho v ««—..«.-- v battles duHhg*'ttit!« The Works U».v| CrISket lot all WJU LogtfQ promiaca the brand of ball of the »>_„. breaking asseliiblaffj If, 1-. Correa, who chuoksd-'* ago will start the oftucf" Cubans and he will h*V for ihe nightcap gfcfttt! ;f former Homestead Qt6y «i._. holds a win over the WrlU. Mike Mcl^ally and Pete Boh 1 -assigned the umpiring JWff-i doubleheader. > On Saturday afternooft ,« team will be In action agall, of last year the ColumbUfli, team being the 3 o'clock Attraction. Altoona played this ColUmbUi t«ai.. on seven occasions IftSt y«ar ana tlnally licked 'em to win the ?«nnsy system baseball brown, ColUiWoUli won games 7-0, 16-11 and 8-4 losing 3-2 ift exhibition games. Theft cathe a tnrej game series, Altoona wlhriln* 15-.* and 4-2, losing 11-3 in thepysWm pl*y. HOLIDAY SOHIDUL1. Cuban Stars vs. Work? at Crloket Y.'M. H. A. vs. Juniata tted M««« two games at Juniata. Langdondale at QreenWooo, two g Spring vs. Penn Central, Maple avenue. yA, Pleasant Valley vs. Cyclones, & -^f * Bruno m Braves at Rookvlew, "pen." Morning. f Merchants at Ford City, tw^p games* ANIMATED COLOR . Flapper to cop at' busy Intersectioni "What's the idea, no lights here?" Guardian of the Law: "I'm th« light at this corner, lady. 1 ' i Her Majesty: "Then turn green «*. I can cross !" We shine when it cornea to lunv, JAS. S. FLECK'S SONS Phone Alemiting KOCHER'S AUTO SERVICE W%H Htli Ave. Dial 57711 rain, wet linen knickers \Ve have 'cm and h u w — or Imported white linen. They're wuslmble, wcuruble and comfortably ut HIS ELEVENTH STREET Professional A A A Sanctioned AUTO RACES With A Score of the World's Greatest Drivers EBENSBURG Fair Grounds Memorial Day Friday, May Seven Big Events Starting 2.30 P. 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