Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 6, 1930 · Page 28
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Hp^f TjHjs....AM'g.9N: A- 1OJ.«o.sj^gJ'igAXe^.y f R .« -Aiig * < j , •' * ^yi -^.p^^ ARTINSBURG HOPING TO HAND OUT FIRST LICK If Spring Ball Leaders at Cove Town In Blair Jfftp Saturday—Duncans, and Williamsburg Also Kftve Rome Games. WINS FOR TIGERS. JBftSeball scraps of real importance '• "" bffered the fans in the Blair Coun- j baseball league tomorrow afternoon. tlj.il game.<: are in the second round of The schedule. Roaring Spring at Mnrtlnsburg, Imson umpire.) Clftyshurg at nnnonnsvllle (Brown itplrc.) J*cnn Central nt Willlnmsburg. ilcvens nmplre.) The Martinsburg scrap is the head- Iner and every ball fan in the Cove fectlon will be present. Martinshurg fe aiming to hand the leaders their first defeat. The Roaring Spring team, present j "era in the Blair county league with straight wins, is also the league's :ading hitting club. Roaring Spring •er the past week-end overtaking uncansville who had led the league • the first three weeks of play. Roaring Spring's team batting aver- e jumped 25 points, two week's npo ie club butting .330 and today they Eve a batting average of .355. Duncansville still continues their _ iod clubbing and Are in second place Ifith a .335 average, dropping from The summary of the team hittin;: ecords, with the one game between. Pilllamsburg and Claysburg not in- luded, follows: G. AB. R. H. Av. toaring Spring .... 5 183 42 615 .355 hincansville 5 1SS 35 63 .335 V Illaimsburg 4 146 25 47 .332 lartlnsburg o 374 26 51 .291 llaysburg 5 177 30 47 .266 >enn Central 6 196 26 44 .225 team fielding Penn Central has taken first place with two perfect games over the week-end, they advanced from .939 to .968 to lead the Martinsburg team in second place with .966. The teams fielding records follow: G. O. A. E. Av. Penn Central 6 159 77 8 .968 Martinsburg 5 128 46 6 .966 Diincansville 5 132 53 7 .963 Williamsburg 4 102 39 7 .952 Claysburg 5 12S 60 11 .945 Roaring Spring 5 134 56 13 .936 Following is the team's records in stolen bases, sacrifice hits, two base hits, three base hits and home runs. Stolen bases—Penn Central 12; Martinsburg, 5; Duncansville. 5; Roaring Spring, 4; Claysburg, 2; Williamsburg, 0. Sacrifice hits—Roaring Spring, 8; Penn Central, 6; Williamsburg. 5; Claysburg. 5; Martinsburg, 3 and Duncansville, 1. Two base hits—Roaring Spring, 15; Duncansville. 13; Martinsburg. 10; Claysburg, 9; Williamsburg, 7; Penn Central, 6. Three base hits—Penn Central, 4 : Williamsburg, 4; Claysburg, 3; Duncansville, 3; Roaring Spring, 1; Martinsburg, 1. Home runs—Roaring Spring, 5; Penn Central, 3; Martinsburg, 2; Claysburg, U, Williamsburg, 1 and Duncansville, 0. Each of the six teams in the league has batters with very good marks. Below is given a summary of the leading hitters on each club to date. i Roaring Spring. j G. AB. H. Av. I Ellenberger 4 6 6 1.000 Stonerook 5 17 7 .412 Fauver 5 22 9 .409 Speidel 4 15 6 .400 Jarvie 5 18 7 .388 Treese 5 21 8 .381 Willlamsburp;. Perry 2 K 5 • .625 JOHN STOXE Detroit Tiger rookie left fielder sm:irked out 3 hits yesterday nml drove in a pair of runs to give the Timers a win over Washington. He linri a two bagger and triple along with a single. HERB BOLGER SWATS BALL AND WINS FROM LEWISTOWN RAYONS The Hummelstown Echo Cave baseball team will be the next opponent of the Altoona Works baseball toam, the hall game being scheduled at the Cricket field at 3 o'clock. Hummelstown held the Works to a 3-0 ball score last year. Yesterday the Works team paid the nrst visit of the season to Lewistown where silks and rayons and such are made and from now on the Works team will be attired in the classiest and most up to date of materials. Altoona walked all over the Rayons by an 8 to 3 score. Herb Bolger got one of those nice days—the real hot ones—and he chucked classy ball. He stuck on the hill for six rounds and allowed but 5 hits. Danny .Grove finished the game to get a little workout. The Rayons were held to but 6 hits in the scrap and the home team didn't threaten at all. Besides hurling fine ball Bolger was a star performer at the bat. He has a perfect record with a single, two- bagger and triple and drove in a pair of runs. The Works cinched the game in the second with 4 runs. Roth singled. Franks sacrificed. Mike Fagan poled out a twobagger. John Fagan singled. K. O. CHRISTNER SUFFERS FIRST KNOCKOUT IN MEETING CARNERA DETROIT, Mich., June 6.—The ham- like fists of Italy's ring curiosity today had hung up another knockout for Primo Camera—this time giving him more prestige with fight followers than all his other seventeen American knockouts, for the victim was Meyer (Kayo) Chrlstner was counted out puddler. Christner was counted out after 1.20 of fighting in the fourth round of a schedule 10-round bout. It was the first time in five years of fighting that Christner had been knocked off his feet and he has fought Jack Sharkey, Tom Heeney, Jim Maloney and other good men. The giant Italian, who towered above Christner, was simply too powerful for his opponent. Unable to parry Christner's leads with skill, he merely threw out his arms, swept aside the blows and walked in to whale Kayo about the head. Christner's blows to the head apparently did not bother the vagabond shover, but when Myers succeeded in forcing • his way inside Camera's guard, he hurt the Italian with blows to the midriff. Camera barely held his own during the first three rounds, but at the start of the fourth he shoved his glove into Christner's right eye during a clinch. The Akron battler bucked away rubbing his eye, and appeared partially blinded. Camera took full advantage ODD FELLOWS BOOKED IN SATURDAY CONTEST of the injury, circling to Christner's right and shooting a series of sledge- like rights to Kayo's Jaw. Christner fought to hold his feet and tried to clinch but Camera shoved him away, measured the distance and crashed a long swinging right to the Jaw, that sent Christner into the air. He fell flat on his back, blood trickling from his mouth ande made no effort to rise. When the count was completed, Camera aided ring handlers in lifting Christner to his corner. After a few minutes Christner was revived and walked from the ring, still rubbing his injured eye. The fight, held at Floyd Fitzsimmons' open-air arena, inaugurated the Detroit outdoor season. It drew 18,000 fans who paid $75,000. The fighters divided 60 "per cent of the receipts. Camera will have his next ring test at Philadelphia, June 23, when he meets George Godfrey, negro heavyweight contender. Porta walked. Bolger cleaned the paths with a triple to deep center. In the fifth two more chased home. Harber was walked. Roth was safe on an error. Bolger drove In the tallies with a two bagger. Two came In the ninth with two down. Harber singled. Roth doubled and Franks singled. Lewistown trotted out Hefflefinger, youthful Harrlsburg boy as the pitcher. The chucker was tried out by the Senators early this season and farmed out. Lineups; Altoona Works— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Thomas, c'f .". 5 0 0 2 00 Ashburn, 2b 3 0 0 1 4 1 Reider, 2b 2 0 0 1 0 0 Harber, rf 3 2 1 2 0 0 Roth, Ib 4 3 3 11 0 0 Franks, 3b 4 0 1 2 2 0 M. Fagan, ss 4 1 1 1 2 0 John Fagan, It 512020 Porta, c 3 1 0 7 0 0 Bolger, p 3 0 3 0 2 0 Grove, p 1 0 00 2 0 Totals 38 8 11 27 14 1 Lewlslown Vlsco— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Roberts, 3b, 2b 2 0 0 1 0 0 Reeser, Ib 3 1 1 10 0 1 Kirk, rf 3 0 0 1 0 1 Fields, cf 3 0 0 3 0 1 Kreps, ss 4 1 2 2 6 0 Group, If 3 0 0 2 0 0 Matthews, If 1 0 1 2 0 0 Patton, c 3 1 1 2 0 0 Hasson, 2b 2 0 0 1 2 1 Grenger, 3b 1 0 0 0 2 0 Hefflefinger, p 3 0 1 0 4 0 Rapp, x 1 0 0 0 0 0 Rush, xx 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 3 6 24 14 4 xBatted for Hasson in 8th. xxBatted for Roberts in 9th. Altoona Works 040 020 002—8 Lewistown 000 012 000—3 Runs batted in, ROth 3, Franks, Mike Fagan, John Fagan, Bolger 2, Kreps, Patton, HeflMeflnger. Two base hits, Franks, Roth, Bolger, Hasson. Three base hits, Bolger, Matthews. Left on bases, Altoona 8, Lewistown 7. Struck out, by Bolger 4, Grove 2, Hefriefinger 2. Sacrifice hits, Roth, Franks, Kirk. Bases on balls, off Bolger 4, off Grove 2, off Hefflefinger 2. Wild pitch, Heffleflnger. Passed balls, Porta, Patton. Double plays, M. Fagan, Ashburn to Roth. Pitching record: Boiger pitched 6 innings, 5 hits, 3 runs; Grove pitched 3 innings, 1 hit, 0 run. Winning pitcher, Bolger. Time, 1:50. Umpire, Omo Richards. Scorer, Os Figard. BEST HORSES MEET IN RICHEST STAKE NEW YORK, June 6.—The country's two greatest three year olds, Gallant Fox and Whlchone, are fit ancf ready for what may prove one of the most thrilling turf duels of'all time, their meeting in the classic Belmont stakes at a mile and a half Saturday. Earl Sande will have the leg up on the Fox, winner of the Preakness and Kentucky derby, while Sonny Workman, snub-nosed, cocky little rider for the Whitney stable, will be astride Whichone, 2-year old champion of 1929 and recent winner of the Withers. Not since Man-o'-War's day has there been promise of such a race as these two thoroughbreds and their two capable riders should put on from the flick of the barrier at Belmont, with some $80,000 and the 3-year old championship of the year at stake. There will be other horses in the race, of course, but expert as well as public opinion leaves the issue to Gallant Fox and Whlchone. James Butler's Questionnaire, running against platers, turned a mile and one-eighth in 1:49 this week and finished out the mile and one-quarter in 2:03, good enough time to win many stake races. It is the belief among turf men that Gallant Fox and Whichone will make turf history, with the winner possibly driven to a new track record. These champions have not met as three- year-olds, although last year Which- one defeated his rival in the classic futurity. Gallant Fox, which won the Wood Memorial as well as the Preauness and Kentucky derby this spring, is a vastly improved horse, and it would be dangerous to bet against him. The odds are likely to favor Whichone, but they will be exceedingly close. PHILLIES TAKE THIRD. PHILADELPHIA, June 6.—The Phillies won the third straight game from St. Louis Cardinals yesterday 10 to 4, Hap Collard pitching shutout ball until the ninth inning, allowing but 2 hits in the eight rounds. The win was Collard's fourth straight. Score; •n tr TJ* St. Louis 000000004—4 7 1 Phillies 010 121 23x—10 14 2 Lindsey, Haid and Wilson. Collard and McCurdy. Golfers who tried to make the open tournament this year numbered 1170. i O'Goofty says that with Jones playing the way he is, probably the practice won't hurt them. WATCHING the SCOREBOARD Snyder Thompson 4 18 9 .500 4 17 6 .353 Martinsburg. M, Kay 2 Wineland 5 Latahaw 3 Hunter 4 finish , 5 ' 1'enn Central. Hlckey 6 ' Athey 6 D. Donnelly 4 Cluysburg. Burket 5 Treaster 4 Duncansville. Hainley 5 Kearney 5 Gredfrled 2 Dobson 5 2 2 1.000 20 9 .450 7 3 .429 13 5 19 .384 .368 •>\ 8 .381 21 8 .381 12 4 .333 21 8 .381 18 6 .333 22 12 .545 22 11 .500 9 4 .500 21 8 .381 The Ben S. Davis lodge of Odd_Fellows, Civic-Mercantile league entry, will play an exhibition game on Saturday the team going to Hollidaysburg to meet, the Grays. Play is called at 3 o'clock. The Odd Fellows have played a fine brand of ball all season although a number of games were lost. The margins in defeat were a single run. At present the team hitting is fcelow par. Players are asked to meet at Simpson church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock to leave for the Burg. Don Heigh is asked to report for a tryout. Bill Dillon and Babe Ruth are the present leaders in the circuit. A big time is planned at the lodge session tonight. LOSE OUT IN NINTH. ST. LOUIS, June 6.—Beaten 5 to 1 in the last half of the ninth the St. Louis Browns put on a batting rally and scored 5 runs to nose out the Philadelphia Athletics 6 to 5 yesterday. Walberg was knocked out in the ninth with one run in and the bags full. Jack Quinn went in to pitch for the third day in succession. Lineups: Philadelphia— AB. R. H. O. A. E. •Williams, 2b 5 0 1 3 3 0 Haas, cf 4 0 1 3 0 0 Cochrane, c 4 0 2 1 0 0 Cramer, If 5 0 0 3 0 0 Foxx Ib 3 0 0 10 0 0 Miller, rf 4 0 0 2 0 0 McNair, 3b 3 2 2 0 2 0 Boley. 83 3 2 1 4 3 0 Walberg, p 3 1 2 0 2 0 Quinn, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 5 9x26 10 0 •Two out when winning run scored. St. I.uuis— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Blue, Ib 4 1 1 Z 1 0 Hale 3b 4 0 2 1 1 1 Manuih, If 4 0 1 1 0 0 Kress, KB B 0 1 2 5 0 Gullic, rf 4 1 3 2 0 0 Welillo, ^b 4 2 1 2 0 0 McNeely, cf 4 1 2 4 0 0 Manion, c 4 0 0 6 U 0 Crowder, p 3 0 0 1 2 0 O'Rourke, x 0 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 36 6 11 27 8 1 xBatted for Crowder in ninth. Philadelphia 020 ooo 201—5 fit. Louis 000 010 005—6 Runs batted in, Blue 3, Manush, Kress, Melillo. Haas 2, Walberg, Solaf, Cochrane. Two base hits, Boley, Walberg, Cochrane, Gullir. Bacriiiceti, Foxx, Walberg. Manush. Double plays, Jiolty to Williams to I*oxx. Ltft on bases, Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 8. Base on balls, oil Walberg t, Crowder 4. Struck out. by Walberg J, />pwder o. Has, nil Wai berg 8 in 81-3 inninga; off Quinn 3 in 1-3. Losing pitcher, Quinn. Umpires Owens, Sforiarity and Campbell. Time. 1:54. FIGHT RESULTS. (By United Press.) DETROIT, Mich., June 6.—Kayo Clemens, 184, Cleveland, and Benny Touchstone, 187. Detroit, drew, (8); Jack Silvers, 175, Los Angeles, defeated George Wilson, 178, Akron, O., (6); Charley Retzlaff, 195, Duluth, Minn., stopped Tom Say era, 207, Detroit, (1); Kayo Redmond, 182, South Bend, Ind., knocked out Larry Creighton, 184, New York, (2); Tiny Powell, 215, Akron, O., knocked out Jack Lewis, 195, San Francisco, (2); and Danny Gasparo, 165, Chicago, stopped James Alcorn, 170, Detroit, (1). jfcRSEY CITY, N. J., June 6.—Harold Mays, 186, former sparring mate of Gene Tunney, defeated James J. Braddock, 185, Jersey City, (10). (By tinned Press.) Chicago's so-called "crippled" Cubs today moved into Brooklyn for a four- game series against the Brooklyn Robins, with the National league lead at stake. McCarthy's "cripples" have won 8 | games in a row despite the loss of pitcher Hal Carlson and second baseman Rogers Hornsby, and opened the series only two games behind the league leading Robins. The Cubs have scored 59 runs in their last four games. Brooklyn's games with the Cubs provides the first serious test for the Robins flag aspirations. Hack Wilson and Gabby Hartnett led the attack in the Cubs' 10 to 7 win over the Boston Braves yesterday. Wilson hit his 17th homer of the season and Hartnett's homer drove in three runs. 'Captain Glenn Wright returned to the Brooklyn lineup and completed a sensational double play to give the Robins a 6 to 5 victory over Pittsburgh. The Philadelphia Athletics dropped their first game in 11 starts, but held their one game lead in the American league when the second place Washington Senators lost to Detroit. Rxibe Walberg held St. Louis to 5 hits and one run in 8 innings but weakened in the ninth, and was touched for two singles and a double before being relieved by Jack Quinn. The Browns added three hits off Quinn and won the game. 6 to 5. Stone's heavy slugging and Sorrell's effective pitching enabled Detroit to defeat Washington, 6 to 2. Joe Genewich pitched New York to a 7 to 4 triumph over the Cincinnati Reds and the Giants advanced to a tie with Pittsburgh for fourth place. Critz' home run with Genewich on base scored the winning runs. Cleveland batted around in the first inning before a man was retired, and romped to an easy 17 to 7 victory over the Boston Red Sox. The Phillies made 14 hits behind excellent pitching by Hap Collard and defeated the St. Louis Cardinals, 10 to 4. The New York Yankees-Chicago White Sox game was halted by rain after, two innings of plays. Each team scored one run in the first. how's your pajamas do they keep you in nights — are they comfortable? Faultless p. j's. with the nobelt waistline in smart colors await your inspection here nt 1 A ** A i MAJOR LEADERS. PLEASANT VALLEY WINS. Pleasant Valley won 7-8 over the Cyclones in a nine inning game the winning run coming in the final round. Epple's Cyclones challenge Blair teams. For games call 5958 and ask for George. Lineups: J'leaMint Yal.— AB. R. H. O. A. E. J. Lesko, cf 2 1 1 2 0 0 J. Haigh, 2b 3 11221 E. Keller, c 1 0 0 8 0 0 Wilnecker, Ib 3 1 1 4 0 0 Hanzerli, If 1 1 0 3 U 1 Necuabauer, ss 2 1 02 00 Schratz, p 3 1 0 2 0 0 Ferrpne, 3b 3 1 11 1 U 0 Walters, rf 1 0 0 1 0 0 Montrello, rf 1 01200 Totals 20 7 16 27 2 1 Cyclones— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Glasson, ss 3 1 3 3 1 3 W. Russel, cf 3 0 0 0 0 0 Charlesworth, If 1 0 0 0 0 0 Shay, Ib 3 0 0 7 2 1 Dawson, 2b 4 0 0 5 2 0 Grimme, 3b 4 1 2 3 0 U Conrad, cf 3 1 2 2 0 0 Harris, c 3 1 1 7 0 1 J. Kaphamrner, p -3 2 1 0 2 0 C. Kaphammpr, rf 2 0 0 0 0 0 Aigner, p 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 6 9 27 7 5 Pleasant Valley ••.. 100 311 001-7 Cyclone:; 002 400 000—6 Stolen baso.s, J'. V. 2, Cyclones 4. Two base hits, Glasson 2, Harris 1, Grimme 1. Two base hits. J. Kapham- inc-r. Htiuuk out, Shratz 7, J. Kap- haminer 5, Aiyner 2. Bases on balls, Shratz 3. J. Kaphaininer 3, Aigner 1. Hit by pitched ball, Wilnecker 5. Hits off pitcher, Kapj.y 4, Aigner 1. Umpire, J. Heintel. BETHANY LEADERS LOSE. Bethany Lutheran leaders in the Inter-Church baseball league lost the second game of the week last evening, Lakernont Methodists scoring a 9-5 decision on the Thirty-first street lot. Bethany got 4 runs in the second inning but failed to hold the lead. Lineups: Bethany Lutheran— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Mearklc, 3b 4 1 1 1 0 1 T. McKee, 2b 4 0 1 0 2 0 C. Botteicher, cf .... 4 0 2 0 0 0 P. Botteicher, ss 3 0 1 3 2 1 Yeager, c 3 1 0 6 0 0 Vaughn, Ib 3 1 1 4 0 1 C. Tipton, If 3 1 2 2 0 0 Floory, rf 2 0 0 0 0 1 Gutsc'hall, rf 1 1 1 1 0 0 Starr, p 3 0 0 1 2 0 (By United Press.) The following statistics, compiled by the United Press, include games of. Thursday, June 5. Leading Hitters. Player and club G AB R H Pet. Herman, Dodgers.. 43 176 50 74 .420 Hbgan, Gianl.s 31104 15 42 .404 Heilmann, Reds.... 41 112 25 45 .402 Rice, Senators 44187 45 75 .401 Terry. Giants 44184 48 73 .397 Home I til n Sluggers. Ruth, Yankees, 18; Wilson, Cubs, 17; Berger, Braves, 15; Klein, Phillies, 14; Herman, Dodgers, 13. Most lluns Scored. Ruth, Yankees, 52; Herman, Dodgers, 50; Frederick, Dodgers; Terry, Giants, 48; Wilson, Cubs; Rice, Senators, 45.. Most Runs Butted In. Ruth, Yankees; Wilson, Cubs, 5<); Klein, Phillies; Herman, Dodgc»s, 49; Simmons, Athletics, 48. Most Hits. Rice, Senators, 75; Herman, Robins, 74; Terry, Giants, 73; Frederick, Dodgers, 72; Bissonnette, Dodgers; Hodap, Indians, 69. YOUNG MEN/" ./•HOP 1UOOIU Totals 30 5 9 18 6 4 Lukcmont M. E.— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Swaney, ss „ 4 2 3 0 4 1 R. Hartman, ,'ib 4 1 1 3 2 1 B. Greenawalt. rf ... 4 1 3 1 0 0 L. Troxell, 2b 4 1 1 3 2 0 Foster, cf 4 0 2 U 0 1 Hartsock. Ib 3 1 2 4 0 0 C. Troxell, If 3 1 1 I) 0 0 Hilling, c 11710 J. Hartman, p ....... 1 0 0 0 0 0 Watson, p ........... 2 1 2 0 0 0 Totals .............. 32 9 16 18 9 3 Bethany ................ 04000 1-5 Lakemont ............ 103 2 3 0—9 Two-bate hits, Greenawalt. C. Troxell, Hartsock. L. Troxell. Three-base hits, Watson. Passed balls. Yeager. Struck out, Hartman 5, Watson 2, Starr 6. Bases on balls, Hartman 1, Starr 3, Hits off pitcher. Hartman, 4 runs. 5 hits, 3 innings; Watson, 1 run, 4 hits, 3 innings. First base on errors, Lakereiont 4, Bethany 3. Umpire, Santella. TIGEK.S BEAT SENATOHS. DETROIT, June 6.—Detroit Tigers defeated the Washington Senators 6 to 2 yesterday John Stone's hitting being the feature as Sorrell kept the 10 Senator hits well scattered. Score: R. H. E. Washington 000 200 000—2 10 0 Detroit 140 001 OOx—6 11 0 Batteries: Jones, Burke and Spencer. Sorrell and Hargrave. Brake Service Auto Brake Service of AU Kinds Sigel Motor Co. "The Super Service Station" 833-39 24th St. Dial 6118 HousePaint $1.89 Gal .... Kegnlur $3.61) Value <• ull.v guuran- (isod. all enlnrH Zip Auto and Radio Supply Co. '"ill Illh Ave. Open Every Evening COPLEY $12.50 $15.50 CLOTHES 1411 Eleventh Avenue SHOOT ON SATUUUAV. The Altoona Rod and Gun club will hold a shoot on Saturday afternoon starting at 1.30 o'clock at the South Altoona club house. The Lewis class system will prevail and silver trophies will be given. This will be the llnal club shoot prior to the Pennsylvania state shoot and the shoot with Johnstown and all gunners are asked to report. USED TIRES Trade-Ins On New Generals J. A. LEAP Cor. llth Ave. at 18th St. Repairing KOCHER'S AUTO SERVICE 302M Hth Ave. Dial 67711 <;AMK AT JJKJ.I.\\oou. The Goldberg and Kurniiuie Store baj.':ba)l learns \\jll meet in tl.c Jitll- WOod "Y" Ic-aniK- this ev.-i.uix at Ij O'clock vn tin.- "Y" lii-ld. Tin- i/amc i.- Ihe third ol the wi ch in tin; k-ayui.-. t Alt It IS1UI .VM\<. U tltlilitl((,l.ll .- 51-i-vUt Mutton I l.rui \\t 4: 411) M Dial .VWJM 01 S-:»Jlti HOT WEATHER SPECIALS j 95c| POLO SHIRTS DRESS SHIRTS 95c 95c SILK B. V. D.'s WORK SHIRTS .. The Leader Store K. IS. CII1U KS CASliKD V\ ( ) It K M K \ ' S O I' T1- IT T K IIS 39c j .........,_.. ^ Eleventh Avenue The MARSHALL FIELD burns freely, cleanly to a "strawberry" end night to the last satisfying jiulf, th» Marshall l-'ield C'igur holds its rvt'n, glowing red end. Only the best rigitrs have tills cone-bhaped (ire, known to experts us the much-desired "blraw- herry" end. The Marshall l''ield is always free-burning-, mild, fragrant anil soothing. MARSHALL FIELD - - the mild cigar 10 Alurhluill I'U'ld Clgare uri' umde by ^unitary uutimiutlr muililiirb. .Marshall MH<1 CiKiin* an- Ut'pt Ui perfect MimklnK condition. Penlo Cigar Co. — Philadelphia Pent Quality for 42 Years BUSINESS CLUB BOOKS TRIO OF BALL BATTLES The Altoona Business club baseball team has three games scheduled over the week-end. Today the team meets the newly, organized Y. M. H. A. team last year's C.-M. entry. Fish Trout will chuck for the Y. M. H. A. team with Patt catching. The A. B. C. team has Berkhelmer pitching and B. Kyler catching. Saturday the A.B.C. goes to Junlata to meet the fast traveling Junlata Y. M. C. A. outfit. This promises to be a real fray as both clubs have been traveling at, top-notch speed. On June 8, the A. B. C. will travel up the hill to coupon to take on the Coupon A. C. Players are asked to get in touch with the manager to ascertain the starting time. Players to report are Bill and Willis Kyler. Scotto, Houck, J. and C. Berk- helmer, Whltey Mohler, Talasky, Wel- gand, Stange, Godfrey, Socey, Huber and Overcash. A. B. C. wants games with any local teams who have an open date. Pans can be accommodated by calling 2-9000 and asking for Lou or write Geo. West at 1616 Bell avenue. INDIANS HUN WILD. CLEVELAND, June 6.—Cleveland Indians won 17 to 7 from the Boston Red Sox yesterday, counting a total of 25 safe hits, every member of the team hitting safely. The Indiana got 9 runs in the fllrst Inning. Todt and Morgan hit home runs. Score: R. H. J<J. Boston 103 000 030— 792 Cleveland 902 000 33x—17 25 2 Gaston, Smith and Berry. Brown and Sewell. SEEK BALI, GAMES. The Canoe Creek Braves baseball team is after ball games and Manager Kirk Hyde will be glad to receive challenges from any of the Blair county teams. Write htm at Canoe Creek at once. "What's the Idea?" I asked. "Going to the South Pole to paint that fender?" "No," she answered, "but I'm going to do this job right. On the outside of the can of paint I boilght. It aays: 'To get best results try putting on three or four coats." To get the best results from lumber buy it from the largest yard In the county. JAS. S. FLECK'S SONS Phone 7427 tO BE A! BtltO. Newell W. Banks of Detroit, checker champion, who Is a guest tit Silas H. Cassidy, Blair champion, will be at the Hollldaysburg Y. M. C. A. at 8.30 o'clock this evening to meet all comers. Checker players are asked to attend to furnish opposition to Mr. Banks. STORE AKMY A NAVY SUPPLIES ] Tarpaulins, Canteens, Mess , Kits, Barracks' Bags, Cots, , Breeches, etc. ; GABLE'S Store For Men Picture Yourself In BLUE Blue Is Always In Style.. . and Everyone Looks Well in Blue to Every man should have at least one Blue Suit, because, it is not only always in style, but it looks well and wears well. Men who depend upon Gable's for style-right clothes will find a large selection of Summer Suits in serges, cheviots, unfinished worsteds. Plain or fancy weaves. Two and three-button coat models. Sizes 35 to 46. Kirschbaum and Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits Straw Hats 2 for Every Occasion 25 M to 00 <uu Men's Knickers of Linen and Wool .98 to $7.98 3 Leghorns, Milans, Panamas, Stetsons and Plus four knickers in plain colors or plaid Sennit Braids for dress or sports. Stiff or effects. Linen knickers $3.98 and §4.98. soft brims. Black or colored hands. Wool knickers $4.98 to $7.98. MEN'S STORE—SECOND FLOOR A Name That Stands for Quality In SHIRTS — Sylklyke — There's a large assortment lo select from— fancy patterns and plain colors. Collar attached, neckhand and two collars to match styles. Kvery shirt is full cut and nicely tailored throughout. Si/os 1 .'$'/•! to 18. All sleeve lengths. ' Bathing Suits 2 9S ^S 00 • vo uu to Summer Robes 95 eCT 00 to ' uu Splendid \\ool Sliirls and Trunks in plain Lightweight robes for hnach wear. (ioorl colors and combinations. Oilier Shirts and color combinations from which lo choose. Trunks at $2 and $'i. 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