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ri-IF. ASHEVILLE CITIZEN. ASHEVILLE. N. C. TUF..SDAY, JUNE 2ft. )14 Paee ELEVEN DIAMOND BALL LEAGUES OPEN PLAY AT STADIUM TONIGHT Anticipate Big Attendance For Twin Attraction Collins To Face Biltmore In Opener; Gulf Will Meet C. P. And L. PARADE TOB E HELD Klwanis Club Sponsors Games For Benefit Of Underprivileged Boye ASHEVILLE'S first organized diamond ball games tonight are expected to attract several hundred persons to Memorial stadium. The opening contest of a double-header will begin at 7 o'clock. Collins Bakers and Biltmore Dairies, of the American Iea(i?, will take the field first and following their game will be National league clash between Gulf Refining and Carolina Power and Light company. Are Among Strongest The four teams are among the strongest of the 16 entered in the two circuits. The two Ipagues arc units or the Commcrclul IHiinionri Hull association, sponsored by K lunula club. The civic club seeks to raise funds rir the benefit of untlcr-prlvllcged children of the rlty. To create interest in tonight's twin attractive, all players of the 16 teams will parade at 6 o'clock this evening from Battery Park hotel, through the business section to the stadium. The game, which Is more popular In some states, especially Florida, than regular baseball, should prove interesting here. Unlike baseball, the pitcher throws underhanded, and the ball is large and soft. The pitcher's mound Is also closer to home plRie than in baseball, otherwise the games nre alike. Rules governing (tie Florida ninmoml Ball association will be used In ploy here. A schedule lias not been mapped out yet. When It Is romploteri, It will probably rail for games on either five or six nights each week. Play Two Tomorrow Tomorrow night, another twin bill will be offered with Southern Bell Telephone company opposing the Marketeers and Haverty Furniture company playing the Post Office. The 16 teams, divided into American, and National loops, are as follows: American Haverty's Furniture company. Southern Dairy. Biltmore Dairy, Knights of Columbus, Collins Bakery, Ashevllle Bakery, Citizen-Times and Wachovia Bank: National Middlemount Gardens. Gulf Refining company. Carolina Power and Light company. Post Office. Srruwgs' Di ug store. Marketeers and Swauna-noa Laundry. J J 0 Bryan Clouts Two Home Runs As Tars Defeat Tourists, 10-4 A's Knock Tigers From American Crest; Hubhell Scores 11th Win, Beating Cards Catamount Grid, Cage Schedules Are Announced Guilford And Milligan Are Newcomers On 1934 Football Card CULLOWHEE, June 25. (Special) Coach C. C. Polndexter today announced the football and basketball schedules for the Western Carolina Teachers college Catamounts for the 1934-35 season. The football schedule was completed, with the exception of one gome, several days ago. It Is as follows: Sept. 22 Lees McRno at Cullowhee. Sept. 29. Carson-Newman at Jefferson City, Tenn. Oct. 5. Lenoir Rhine at Hickory (night.) Oct. 13. Appalachian State Teachers at Boono. Oct. 20. Tennessee Teachers at Cullowhee. Oct. 27. Milligan at Cullowhee (Homecoming Day.) Nov. 3. Pending at Cullowhee. Nov. 10- Guilford at Guilford. Nov. 17. Elon at Elon. Nov. 24. Catnwba at Catawba. It will be the first meeting in the. "Little Six" conference for Western Carolina and Guilford. Also, Milllyan has not been played by the Cats before. Tho conference basketball schedule is as follows: Jan. 23. Guilford at Oullford. Jan. 24. Elon ot Elon. Jan. 25. Hldh Point at High Point. Jan. 26. Catawba at Catawba. Feb. 1. Lenoir Rhine at Cullowhee. Feb. 2. Lenoir Rhine at Cullowhee. Feb. 9. Appalachian Stat Teachers at Cullowhee. Feb. 15. Appalachian Teachers at Boono. Feb, 16. Lenoir Rhine at Hickory. Feb. 27. High Point at High Point. Feb. 28. Atlantic Christian at Wilson. Nino other games will be played by tho Catamounts, most of them with tenms in tho Smoky Mountain Conference which Is composed of East Tennessee teams. Conch Polndexter aald that Western Carolina had had an invitation to Join the Smoky Mountain conference and that he had made application. This will give the college athletic program a much wider range and will hrtner fast teams In all divisions of athletics to the college. GOLF PROS GO AFIELD LONDON W For the first time In the history of German golf, two German profosslona are to participate in a foreign tournament. Franz Bessnor of Berlin and Bruno Jer-sombeck of Wiesbaden ore entered In the British open at Sandwich. TodaysGmes I J Today's ia.mr l'.Z'.T H PIEDMONT LEA GlTt A'hfvllle t Norm! Pirhmond it arrnnboro. WUminxton at Chariott. AMERICAN LEAGl'E OveUnd at Benton Drtrnlt at PhllarlPtpMft. Chica.Br at New York. St. Louis at Wash in (t too. NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston at Cincinnati, Brooklyn at Chlcaio. PhitadfliDhia a-t putubunt-. New York at fit Louli. SOITHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta at Little Rock. ChnUaiioof at Nf OriMtU. NAin-U at Memphis KnoivlUa at Birmingham. AMERICAN AVOCIATIO Ifllwa ikt at Loulsvill ManuM CUv at Indianapolis, r Paul t ToVdo. mnnaajwiu at Oo.umbu-. Foxx Hits Two Homers; Yan kees Rise To Top, Subduing Chisox PHILADELPHIA. June 25. UP) Knocking Tom Bridges out of the box and continuing the attack on three other pitchers, the Athletics battered Detroit into submission 13 to 11 today. The Mackmen belted out 10 hits, including a home run by Eric McNair and two from the bat of Jimmy Foxx. The letter' second wat for the circuit, coming with two on base in the eighth Inning, wound i . a four-run rally that decided the game. The two blows put Foxx's tring of homers for the season at 20. The Tigers piled up a 8 to 3 load in the first four innings only to lose It in the fifth in a five-run rally by the As. Luke Hamlin had succeeded Bridges by this time and In turn was lifted 'or a pinch hitter. Vic Frasler next took the mound and was clubbed for singles by Cramer and Johnson. Detroit came back In the ilnth with a run, tallied when Cascarella. third Mack pitcher, walked two with one out and was slapped for a single by Pete Fox, This gave Mickey Cochrane and Goose Ooslln an opportunity to salvage the game, but both popped to the outfield. Foxx's first homer came in the last of the seventh with none on base. Altogether It was a rough afternoon the Athletics gave their old Mnskman and pal. Cochrane. Not only did they give his pennant strlv-ers a beating after the Tigers had already counted the game as won, : but doing it as the Yanks were win- j ning dropped them back Into second ; place Box score: ivttoit ab r h e Philadelphia ab r h e I'nx rf 6 13 0! McNair ss 4 3 3 0 Cochrane 0 4 2 2 0 Cramer ct 5 12 0 Cioslln If 6 0 2 0 Johnson If 6 3 3 0 ! lhriURcr 2b 4 1 2 01 Fox lb 5 3 3 0 Hour!! ss 5 0 2 (1 HlG-lns 3b 4 3 2 0 Gneiitieni lb 5 2 1 0 Coleman rf 4 0 2 0 Walker cf 4 110 Miller r! 10 0 0 Owen 3b 2 3 0 0! Wurstler 2b 10 0 0 Bridges p 0 10 0 Williams 2b 4 0 10 Hamlin P 10 0 0 Berry c 10 0 1 White x 1 0 0 0 Hayes c 3 0 3 0 Frasler p 0 0 0 0t Marcum p 10 0 0 Mmhrrrv n fl 0 f) 0 MnhaffBV O 3 110 DoUack xx 0 0 0 OjCascnreila p 0 0 0 0 Tot als 37lf 13 01 Totals 41 1819 I x"'-Bnt1ed "for Hamlin in" 8th. xx Batted for Marhcrry In th IN 11TH WW SS3t. 1 s -t y r run. m unt i l, riCUMUNT LEWU'R Charlott, 41 3 Norfolk 3fl Aslicvlllc ..... K .1 Wilmington . . r. .1 Richmond .. . 2(1 3 Ureensboro 24 3 AMKKK AN 1,1. U K Teams W I New York 37 2 Ih-trolt 38 2 Boston 34 2 Cleveland 31 - Washir.L-ron 35 3 Si. Loul 2J1 3 rni ane on a . a Chicago 21 4 Pot. hto bis ,wa 4: .4U3 NATIONAL LEAdl'E Two base hits Oreenberc. Hayes. Three ha.se iilt OehrliiEcr. Home run McNair. Foxx 2. Base on balls oft Bridges I: Frasler 1: Marcum 2; Malwffey 3; Cascarella 3. Struck out bv BririKes 4; Hamlin 2: Marcum 1: Mahalley 3. HtU off Bridges 13 In 4 2-3; Hamlin 3 In 2 1-3: Frasler 2 in 0 (pitched to three batters); Marberrv 1 in 1; Marcum 7 tn 4; M-halfev 3 In 3 1-3: Ctcarella 2 in I 2-3. Wiunln. pitcher Cascarella Losing pitcher Faster. Red Sox Move To Third Place Again BOSTON, June 25. fp) The Bert Sox took a 6 to 3 decision from the Cleveland Indians today to displace them once again from third place. Taking kindly to the offerings of Bob "Lefty" Welland, their former teammate, the Collins clan put over a five-run rally In the fifth. Porter, Rlc Perrell, Clsucll, Morga and Johnson contributed ilngles in tho big fifth to drive Wetland to the showers. Hp was succeeded by Oral Hllrtebrand who later gave way to Bean. Gordon "Dusty" Rhodes went the distance for the Sox allowing the Indians nine hlte. Box scorrj Cleveland ab r h e! Boston ah r h e Hire rf 4 2 2 mcissell 2b 5 2 2 0 Kn bocker M 4 0 1 fli Werber 3b 4 110 Averill cf 4 0 2 0 Moman lb S I 2 0 Tro-skv lb 4 0 1 O B Jh'son if 3 0 10 Hale 2b 4 0 1 2 Ralter cf 4 0 0 0 Seefls If 4 0 0 OjPorter rf 4 110 Kamm 3b 3 11 O R Ferrel 1C S 1 2 0 Mynlt c 4 0 10 Larv us 4 0 10 Welland p 3 0 0 OiHJiodes P 4 0 10 Hid brand p 0 0 0 0 Holland X 10 0 0 Bean p 0 0 0 Oj Wl garner xx 1 0 0 0! Totals ?... Totels M H 0 nnttrrt fnr Hllrirbrand In ?th. x x Bn 1 1 ed lor Bean in at n Cleveland Boston 001 001 6103 . 000 ISO 00X0 r,i hiic htta Willi. nt nn tintlM off Welland 3. Bean 2. Rhodes 3. Struck out hy Welland 2. Bean 1. Rhode. 5. Hits off Welland 8 In 4 2-3 Innings: HUdcbrand 2 In 1 1-3; Bean 1 In 3. Lostn. pitcher Welland. Broaca Pitches Yankees To Win NEW YOPK, June 25. P Johnny Broaca. former Yale hurler, struck out five times today against the Chicago White Sox but it didn't matter for tho Yankees loosed en 18-hlt assault behind him and he coasted home with his second victory of the season 13 to 3. Ills five whffflnsfs, however, ot him a place In the record book alongside Lefty Grove for the moat strikeouts in ft nine inning American leamin game. With Babe Ruth resting his ane-lnir lees on tho bench Lou Oehritc. Myrll Hoag, the Babe's substitute, and Earl Combs swung into action with home runs to Ud the mounting Yankee total. It was Lous loth of the season. George Earnshaw started the game for the Sox but retired for a pinch hitter In the fourth when he was three runs behind and was succeeded bv Phil Oalivan and Kimzy. Box ncore: Chicago ihrhf New York ihrhe Uhalt rf 4 12 0; Combs If 8 13 0 lift n a cf 4 13 0!alt7.KRver 3b 3 3 1 0 itmmnns If 4 0 1 O'Chapman of 5 110 Bonura lb 4 0 1 QKVhrlf lb BHD Boken 2ti 4 0 10 Hoar rf ft 3 J 0 FYhrin c 1 0 0 0 Hlrke- c .13 3 0 r.'m'hlln MHO I'Crosettt m 4 3 3 0 Rhra c 3 0 1 OlHeffner 2b 4 0 3 0 nvken 3b 4 0 1 o; Broaca p 5 0 0 0 Rarnihiw p l 0 o fl Hiiel X 1 0 0 0! Galllvan p 0 0 0 0 Lvoni xx I 0 0 Of Klny p 0 0 0 0l 3anton XXX 1 0 0 0 Totali iT5.,5 41! J 1 0 x Bat ted for Ernhsw in 4th. x Batted for o'livan lr 7lh. x-Bfttted for Kin?y in Hh i rhleffo' loj 000 fVW 3 New York .212 014 31x 13 r-n basf. h;U Dtrkry 2 Boken OT.t. Heffner Three has htn Haw. Hon O'h. r'.B, Home rum Oehrlt Hob Combi Bae on bxllM off RfirnfhuY S. Broc 1. Clsillvan 1. 8nick out bv Broaca 6, Earn-stiaw 2. CVnlllvan 3. KlnT 1. lilts off Earnshaw in 3 Innln-s; Oalllran 0 tn t; Klntj 4 in 2. Loalna pitcher Earnshaw. Nats HiCWard To Trounce Browns WASHINGTON, June 3B. n Thre St. Louie pitrheri were ent to the showers today u Wuhlngtoo scored New York . St. Louis . PlttNbur.h Boslon Brooklyn Phllnd''lnhla Cincinnati 10 41 32 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 40 i 28 lnilian,iOilts 31 an Columbus 35 Milwaukee 34 Louisville 33 fit Paul . 31 Knnas Citv 31 Toledo 3S ftOirrilKRX ASSOCIATION Nashville 44 21 New Orleans 37 2H Atlanta 34 i'.i Memphis . . 33 32 Knnwllle 32 3S OhnttnnooKa 31 37 Birmingham 31 3!t Little Rock 24 45 .S40 .bin 47S .4.W ,443 .348 Regglt PIKDMOXT LEAGUE Ashevllle 4; Norfolk 10. Greensboro 5, Itirhniond 4. Charlotte 11; WllinlnKton S. AMERICAN LIlAr.l'E New York 13: nhlras-o 2. Boston fi, Cleveland 3 Philadelphia 13; IJetroit 11. Washington 8, at. Louis 4. NATIONAL I.FAnVR Plttftbunth 7; I'hiladelphla 1. 81. Loulfl 7; New York 10. Only Raines played, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 3; lwtvillB 4 (II Innln.a). Milwaukee 3; Coluinbua 11. Kansaa City 8; Toledo 2. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION ChatlanooBa 3: New Orlean 0 Knoxville 6. Birmingham 1. ' Smokies Win Over Barons By 5 To 1 BIRMINGHAM. June 3fi. (P) Knoxville and Birmingham each poled oit. eight hits today but the SmokieB' safoties came when they meant runs, glvlntj them a 6 to i verdict over the Barons. Knoxville 000 302 0005 8 1 Birmingham ... 100 000 000 I 0 1 Biethen and Head; Dunaway, White, Murray and Redmond. a fl-4 triumph over the Browns at Griffith stndmm. Earl Vhlt-hlli went the full distance for the Senators. He was tapped for ten hit. A home run by Clift, St. Louis third baseman, was a feature of the contest. Ralph Kress played first for Washington in place of Joe Kuhel who la in the hospital with a broken ankle. Kress went hltlesa. Box score; 9t. Louis CI! ft 3b West cf Burns lb Fewer If iJorosby rf Hmsicy c OrutM c Mehilo 3b Btranae u tffmnn p Andrewi p Weils p MrAle p Il'imi x Campbell xx ab r h e'Washlriirton 4 I 1 OiMver 2b 3 3 10 ftt'.nr rf 5 0 3 0 Mnn-iJ-h If 5 0 1 O Crnnlii m 4 1 1 O TravU 3ti 3 0 I 0 flchult- of 1 0 0 0 Kress lb 4 0 3 0' swell e 4 0 0 0: Wtutehlil 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0, 10 00; 1 0 0 0, ab r h o 3 2 10 4 2 3 0 4 0 2 0 4 0 2 0 4 110 4 111 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 Totaln 37 4 10 0' Totals l.Ul X Baited for Andrew m 7th xk Batted for MfAlet in Idfi Rt "lyouts '; 000 1004 Washington . V)2 002 OUx Two' ba'V hlti MrlilVo. Three base hits Stone. Wont Manusti, Achulte. Homo run.i Cllfl. Bas on balls off Oiffman 1 Whltehlli 5 Btrufk out by WhltrMll ft. Hits off Coffman 3 in 0; Aiwtrcwi S In fl: Wells 3 In t; MrAfee 0 m 1. Wlnnlnt pitcher Whltehlll, losin. pitcher Andre-. Giants Score 10-7 Victory; Swift Stars As Bucs Trim Phils ST IjOUIS. June 25. Carl Hub-bell Unitlly conquered tho Cardsntil Jinx which has been pursuing him this year ntul rei.stcicd his first pitching victory Hiiaint two deleui-s over the Kcd Bird.-; today, staering through to a 10-7 victory alter -seven run ou;burt by his mates In the second inning. It wns his 11th victory of the year against four set. bocks. The Giants, led bv Mel Ott with two singles, fell on Wild Bill Hnlla-han and Jim Llndsey for seven runs in the second frame and Hubbell needed all of them as Jack Rothrock hit a home run to score two ahead of him in the seventh and some Inept fielding by Ott, Hughte Critaj na oeorge waikins gave me caiui tie la two more in the eighth. Travis Jackson bounced a homer into the left held bleachers in the ninth to give Carl a threo run lend and lie then dismissed the Cardinals in order. In two previous staii. nguln.-H them Huooell lost 3 to a und 0 to 5. A dust and rain storm almost stopped the game m the hist half of the fifth and brought the odd cir cumstance of Hubbell pitching ft hall with no one at the plate. The Car dinala, trailing by eight runs were trying to delay t lie game until the rain could stop it short of a con test. When Pepper Martin lulled to come "P for hm turn at lmi umpire Burr ordered Carl to start throwing them in. He did but the delivery wo low ami wide. Mtiruu then came up and bounded out. Ott opened the big Olant second by singling to center and H wu 101-lowcd bv Jackson's tuple, which not away from l-'ullls; singles bv dm Mancuso and Hubbell. a double by Joe Moore, an error. Manager Terry double- and another single by Ott. Jnck.son ended the rally 1V forcing Ott, Leo liurocher to Frunklo iTisch. Tho defeat dropped the Cardinals Into third place. lour percentage points behind the ltuo Chicago t;iius. Box score: Now York ab r Vi e st, liiiiis nb r h e Mourn II 5 2 4 0 .YUHIm 31) 3 10 0 Cnlz ?h S 1 0 0 Hut brock rf 6 110 I rrrv lb ft 1 2 O KiiM h 21) 3 0 0 0 Ott rf 4 13 0 Whtlfheiid ?b 3 1 1 0 Jiu-kAon as & 2 2 3 MriW ick It fi 1 2 0 Vel ct 1 0 0 0-Loll I nn lb 4 0 2 1 Wntklim C-f 3 0 0 O l.hiMi- C 10 0 0 lUan 3li 4 0 0 LMixmev P 3 0 0 0 Mmiai.su r. 4 2 2 0 Witlker p 0 0 0 0 lt;ib!jvll P 4 12 0, Fullis rf 4 110 IDurtnlirr na 4 110 ili.ll.ih.ui p 0 0 0 0 l.'.iuley p 0 0 0 0 Healev 4 110 Mlila X 10 0 0 Totals Sft lo"l 3. TotaiB 3B 7 9 x -Baited tor M!ey in BUl. Now" York 7071 001 0(1110 81. Unin 000 QUI 4-0 - 1 Two 'ba"e hits Moore 3 Telly. Mau-cuho. Collins. Three bane, hiu Jack win. Meilwlck. Whitehead. UiiriM-her. Hunie-riins HoLhrork. JnekMin Buao on bnllH off Ituiibell 2 Mxitiey 1. HMuck out by Huh-bell 4 IfnllHhnn 1, Lliulhey 1 Mooney t. Hits off Hxllnhuii A In I 2-.1 liininua I.lnrlney S In 1 1-3: Mooney 3 tn A; Walk-cr 1 In 1. LoaliiK pttiJier llallalmn. Swift9 s Twirling Gives Bucs Victory PnTHIUJROH. Juiw 26 Tlin Pittsburgh plrnteA, aualn bidding for a jiliico tn tho Nat tonal lesnue stin. continued their heavy hitting behind Dill Hwlft' seven hit hurling tmlny to defeat Philadelphia for the second time 7 to 1. Oeorge lavl got a single, Ethan Allen followed with a double and J. Moore then lifted a high My in the first inning to score rxivis but Hwltt was Invincible after Hint with men on bases, giving no more than one hit tn any succeeding Inning. It wa his fifth victory of the ncaaon again. L four defeau. Ous Suhr and Manager Pie Trny-nor led the pirate attack, enrh driving In two runs, and Paul Wnner contributed his fifth homer of the year In the eighth to end the scoring. Heg Clrabowski started for the Phils but was replAced In tho fourth by Orni'Ko Harrow who held the Pirn tes flcoreless thereafter oxewpt for Wftiier's homo run. Box score; PlViladehihla "Vb'7 ii eVlttMMiViTh alTr"h r Unrt.rll nn 3 0 1 0,1.. Wiiixt C.f 4 I 2 0 Diivim cf 4 I I 0 p Winer rt 4 110 Alien If 4 0 10 I.MidtUom If 6 110 Moore rf 3 0 10 Vmiuluoi iv 3 1)0 Curisim lb .1 I I II VhuhIh.h u 3 I 1 0 lla'lln 2h 4 0 0 XBnhr Ih till) Wiiitem 3b 3 0 0 0 Travnor 3h 4 I 2 0 : Claiirv X 1 0 0 0 IjiVHK'tto 2b 4 0 1 ft Wilvm c 2 0 0 " I'nd'Wi C 4 0 2 ft i Todd r 3 0 10 .'jmill p 4 0 10: O'bow-kl p 1 0 0 0' I Dnrrow p 2 0 1 0 I llcndrlck n 1 0 0 0. 1 TotsU 33 1 7 31 TviTalu x Hatted for Walter In Win xx -Batted for IJarro-A' In inh. 17 14 0 'J wo base hit Allen. Unrrow '1 hre.e bM! hit Trnynor H"iue inim P Wner Ba.ve on bnlh off Bwift 5. ojf (Irabowkkl 3 fltnick out by Bwlft ft Hit off Oia-buwtvkl H in 3 -n imilmci Imtiow 6 in 4 23. ttln pitcher (lrnbowKl. France Seeks 1937 World Soccer Final PARlfl fPV Prnne Is making a strong hid U stnue the final snm'-s of th 1037 world soccer championship contest, M. Jules Rlmet, president of the French football federation, suggent that the series of games be played in France, Belgium Mnd Holland, the final to tiike place In I'arls durinK the 1H.')7 universal exhibition. If the proposal Is adopted the tourney will be fought out at An-sterdam, Hniasels, Luxembfiurg. Paris, Ijh Havre, Marseilles and Lille. Little And Goodman Seek Trans-Mississippi Title Sweat On Specs Helps Broaca's Hurling Control When In Tight Spot, Yank Takes Time Out To Wipe EyeglaMc. NKW YORK .June 0 ijv H Isn't sniokp that gels m Johnuv Hrnaras eyes ait the, young YalrnMan baffles opposing bat.Miu-n tor the Ynansees. It's the perspiration thai get on his spectacles, admits the methodical youngster, that helps him taks hts time and thus retain his sensational effectiveness. B roars, who in his first two weeks with the Yanks hurled a three-hit and a one-hit game, savi the necessity for pausing to pull out a handkerchief and wipe the steamed-up glasses is Jtmt the thing he neeilt to kep him from working too fast And the fit. Louts Hrowns are forced to agree with him. In his third big league start. Just 12 days off the Yale campus, Johnny -topped tho Hrowns with one hit while registering 10 strikeouts, ft was the first time Rogers Hornsby's surprising elub had been checked without at least one run litis seitson. A nKciHiraglng Debut The chunky Lithuanian lad's debut in a Yankee uniform. Just two hours after he arrived from New Haven on June 3. was discouraging. The Yanks gave him a four-run lead In the first, hut wtldnens and three errors behind him caused him to lose that advantage within two Innings and he was promptly yanked out of lii ere, But three days later Manager Joe McCarthy gnvn him another chance. In an exhibition game atinlnst a New Haven Independent team. In these more or less fmnlMar surroundings Johnny came through with a five-hit shut-out Job. His confidence restored, he atartrd another league gume for the Yankees four days Inter. Serious, nervous hut methodical, he held the Philadelphia. Athletics the same tram which had ruined bis firat start lo three hit. Hut four costly haes on balls, along with n homo run hy Hob Johnson, coet him that game, Walks First Twn Men Then came the one-hit triumph over Mm Browns, and even It was not. without lis tribulations for Johnny. He walked the first two men to face him and Catcher Hill lltekcy glanced significantly toward (he bench. The hu.zer was pimhed U start activity In the bull-pen. Then Johnny remembered the handkerchief. He pulled it out of his hip pocket, polished his specs, and made the next hatter itrotmd into a double play. He fanned the next man for the third nut, and was on his way to a hurling mawterplece. All told, he walked six men but his 10 strikeouts offset that, Uronca mixes sharp curves with blazing speed, and the boys who have hatted against him say he has plenty of "stuff." Wo, putting his proved courage and ths sweat that gets in ma eyes to make him take I) la time Hlong with his wealth of curving talent, the Yankees arn pretty suro they've got that additlonnl starting pitcher they've been seeking since the collapse of several of their veterans as dependable starters. Shires, The Man Of Action, Likes His Texas Loop 'Whnt-A-Man' Prcfsr League To Claw AA Or Major Circuits. DALLAM TV,, June 3ft Wl Art "What --msn" rthlres Is oncp morn Just, plain Art shirrs of Italy. Tex. Hhlres, now plalng first bane for the Fort Worth Cat in the Texas league. Is no longer tho two-HsU-d. rough going end talkative pleyer ho was when he punrhed Ima Black burn In the nose. To be sure Art still is willing to talk about himself, but moKtly it la basebsll. 1 Art. Is nuoln happy hrrause he Is hack where he started In 4h Texas lentrue. where he know better than anyone h "nn't make headlines by telling tall stories about hlmef--for down here they know all about Ait from child IknkI up. and What-a-tnan" realizes It. Couldn't 1r "Ye-Man" How do I like my job with the CU7 Well, I'll tell yni M rather play hfmehall In the Texwn league than In itnv Class AA or me Jot rt -nil they enn dig up. I like It down here I never wanuxi to leave In the first place. "This Is a leagiie where a mn gets by on his ahility and not because he Is a yee-mn to a hJr flown o'K moK'ils. 1 Just couldn't swallow that stuff In tho major, ami I gueee that's why I urn out m It, Mtii I like It here, I'm perfectly stttlifled," Ml 1 1 re said while swinging a bat awaiting hl turn at the piste. He's Happy, Alt Hl((lit "I rwrpr to stay here and play gcd hfun'bnl) for a bunch of ths finest tditetmil fans In tho country. With them It Is what you do at the plate and not what you nay through tho pajfr that coiinta and, belifeva me, I like It." fit 1 1 res Is playing crmimrnd.blv for the Cuts He probably U t tin tet fielding first Iwseman In the league, r-tr-iates with Manager Iel Iralt In directing the team's play on the field and in owfisi)UnUy danvenms at the plt,e with runners on. He doesn't nMl to tell anyone he' hftfpy It stick out. He U bau k with his kind of people and know they understand him and are for him. FUTURE BRIGHT . . By Jack Sords VAie Autobus -t WiVse PKJl.UlA.Mf VnCMlJtr IS 'JJlt- : Taio rr. Till" TOt Ussr, "SW,, r L A, 111 I 's 1-.. ... '' ile Mai A L 7Mtwi)ftfi fi 0MP JAT6AUJ5 CoLOKeO 7o;li CRcniV wx ,, , fjllsVCAB f-rC V,(, "CHASMS White Shoots 72 To Pace Intercollegiate Qualifiers DALLAJ3, Tex., June 35. UV) More than 300 players, including some of the world's best known amateur shot-makers, tee tip tomorrow In thj first IS of the 30-hole qualifying round in thr annual Tran-Mlselsslppl golf tournament. The club cour-e with It 35-3-S 70 Is tne Brook Hollow CVoif and country scene, Ous Mtreland of DallM, lftia and 'Irans-MlRm;il champion, rules a shade favorite over the field because of his knonlrdKe of tho course but Texas' no. 1 eolfer far some of the most powerful competition poeslbie in LAwton Little of ad Pranctscn Johnny Owirtmn of Omaha. Johnny Dawson of CIiIcsko. Zell Katon rf Oklahoma City, Krynoid Hmlth. Dnlliia atar and Tenia arnsteur champion, David "ftpee" Ooldman. another InlAe star and flrtaltxt in the i'i3 TrAnt-MiAAieslppi at Oklahoma City, And Eiwln M'Clure. four times LoulRlnn state champioti. 1mg hitting La aon Utile will be '"after" Morelan-d to atone for ja1 year a- defeat t Colorado Springs where Morel nd trimmed trie firittsh Amt"tr champion, two up. to retain hla title. Johnny Ooodman. former natl'mal open champion, Une the Brook Hoiivw ccruae. Tilden Has Paternal Interest In German nORTWf. tn Hill Tilden, leading hi profeqlinal tennis louruu around a inmmrr Uiurnarnent circuit, lTK)k time ot he?0 tj CXpreia his pleasure At the t ictory of tlv Herman, (lottfrled Von Crauim, in the French hard court single. Tilden has ben otie of the 24-yrar-old Huron's 'Kv..,ttrt since ho first saw htm on the HlvlerA In IWttO, and on his last ttip to Europe he helped Von C'ninm with trouble-om backhand. B!f Hill aa:d that Von Crsmm'a vicUfi-y over Cr-f'rd in the rench tourneT final tndlcs'ed the (terman 1 "probobly the ootUn'Litp piayor on the continent anl has he pfj-tentlAMtie lo becorru ab lulJ flretK.las,- Toxiti Junior I Inltlt Two-Stroke Lend; Chnrlfi Yates COHNTTtY CLIIH. CI rVf:i ANIV June y. (,Vi-Thr hot and at fuming battle for the National Inlercnllel-nte golf ctinmploihlp began tlny wltll the flelil piiced by Kd. White. Uulvet-Hlty of Texas Junior anil holder of the Hnuthvel champhmnhlp. White negotiated Country club's n,7(H yitids in 7J, par flKiires. and held s two-stroke lend over n field or IIH rnille m the Mint IH-hole round of the ;i(i-liola two-(ley ruialifying atrtiKKle. No othrr plnver was able to touch par for the opening round, but the i imh for tho low acorliift bracket win no font und furious timt tho onslaught on iierfcct figures may le k'teater by the lime the last shot Is fired tom.irrow Onlv .1J Can tfnnliry Only inn (pmllly fur mutch nlny starting Wednesday with (wo IH-'iole rounds In the morning and afternoon, but no Ie than 411 plnver had wore of no nnd under today, which lndlittes It will lake two rounds tinder (in to break Into tho charmed circle with a 'nk chance of the Iftfl's playing off for tho last pcMii ions Miacketed two ntioke hack of White mine (pltnlet of ffrnildnhte KOlfers comprl- nf J.linny Hani's of Notre Iame, A, p" Knnuner, Jr , of HrlnceUwi, who gained fame on the Tler bowhal diamond n pitcher. Hoy W Hydro of Ifiilvriitit y if Cellfoinia at l- An!-, whone dt started pny yesterday In the Cenal :sin r hnmploneiiip, Charley Kocsi of the University of MlchJtf-.ii, favoretl to wlfi the crown this year and Wlillnm Wnrd of Hyiacime All by himself with A 7ft came Oliver Tiaohue, captain of the Vale unlveintty team and necretmy of the Ilt(envlleglat.n anM hit lou, Hunciitvl tcjeiher, nch with 7fl eatne another ttlo cotniiowd of Charley Vales of Oeorgln Tech. Mftuil-e llanklusou iff Oklahoma end Hirien Montr, another Ueorgia Tech hot-inaker, Kinery f nrtU 7T Walter Krnery. the rtrfrndttig c)iriiilon ftoin t(, L'nlvnrsity f (Jkhiiionm, was lu-Et In Hue. with six other pleyns ml the 77 mark Along with hmery rr i). g HUiwart of olele, iiw Wentheiw-x of Vale, Wlnfleld Isy ((f None lame. Wood row Mnlloy of MtchlMn, Walter lOiniscy of Iff w i,d f'ede-rl: k Hrwtuii of Itllltm. The "pay -off" fjdny was an the gnma feet tiring a long n well . directed belt, off the teen The weather, the course end cnlHrru jn en-ernl fnvm the linli)g typ of game, chttiHClerlstic of tho younger generaUfn Yale, which hne held a monopoly on th tem titio for the Ut -w yeiire. seTnd to be in for some tough competition u-,u mu hijfan till year At lh clone .if tho first day' firing then two n-h'-.in wr tied for the lend, eoch with aiy Next In line each with 3 1 j came Notre hnmo and flr-frvia Tr b n( University of ' fiuortet hAd an aKgregnUi of a 13 whti the best Princeton could do wtut a I R. Tho reinslifler of tiio leanui was acaUeted far back. White !''.( Many 4's Wliitea par round wiui comnoaert ehlefly of fours, en ev-n fl(! i,t iU'tt gructruf hi card IH i,rntght Mf-rinv of seven fours waa brrikrn on the eighth hole where hi drive till j a tree and he wn forfeit to thin out onto the fHtrwny end took a tit He flliUhed the (ft it got rig nine with pr lhr ffj HI. on oner par Omilug home be onn-puli-d tto eleventh for a blrrtl two, ihot per on Lh next t hoir And then oiip-ped on over on the foiirtiit.n wh111 ; his drive was -hurt And 001 a ' trap. '"ho nt three hoieo were pored and then ho rmriid honn a ar veil. foot putt on the home grreri t'M a birdlo three for a 'j i - so -T4. Iowa's Teams Score 59 Wins, 32 Losses IOWA CITV. Is MV-The sport s'atiHttrions hato heen buoy out hero f igurirnr out that in a f"r competition University of Iowa toaam Pitcher Finds New Finger Helps Curve NAMVILLK. Tenn. (A-ljfo Moon. nr liurler of the Knoxville club of tho Hotithern aMrliition, u surgery's gift, to bioichfill pltciilng. tiuttl lli'J7 tile Iritl two fluKeis on Moon's pitching hand, bin left, wme onw they hud giowu logethr. That year, when with tho Ml uno polls American aaxociAtlnn elnti. Moon had n i.urge n npllL the dMIU. ncored AO vlrtoilee, suffered 111 defeat-, and flKUied In five ties Merville Knocks Four-Base Blow With Sacks Full Norfolk Batsmen Send Miller To Showers Early In Contest SPITTLER HURLS WELL McComUkey Turns In Cood Relief Jobi Horgan, Weathers Piny KJORIOLK. VV. June 25. 1 (AP) The Tars whipped the Tourists to open a series todny, 10-4. Spittler peri milled six hits, one being Mer ville's homer with the buses filled lht accounted for Ashe-villes runs in the sixth. llryn tilt two homers ror ths Tnrs m'li time with mn on biua. Mo-Cimiaker, wlio rllnvcd Mlllpr in the Ilrr.1 ImilllB. workril out joiKl (lima tho r-t of tho way ,av for ttia fourth whm thn Tnr rondo an rUns on thrre hits, an orrnr, 4 baj art hull and doubla atesl, Mlllrr was erwlltert with ths loas. Ho wua toui hod lor four hits belors ho kiuo wny to Mertnnlskny af tar ou-third ol nn lunlnsj on ths hilt. I'lio Imit ,1'oro: tMIII.HI I.Ii All K 11 1 a l ii-tlt-r aa , I 0 0 t I nmllirra Jh ti 1 1 1 fl u I irridl rf a i j u a l'""l'ii rf ft I J I II 0 'ilinii lb .1 0 fl 11 II 0 Minlllo If . 4 I 1 II 0 1) I. H.lnr'rrl, .-lh .... n it 4 3 (, 10 11 n J fl S II Uj sllllfr i 0 11 It (I u U otiiuki'v l ... 4 II 1) 0 1 0 Totals 3:1 t B II 10 1 Mllll 111 K All It HOAR Mrsrua u I I a JJ 8 U urn- ill ft 1 J fl 4 U II. 'II If ft J i I II tl tlrxui If ft 1 3 4 H 1 Mn.Kr rf 3 0 1 I II U llii-.. III .1 t 3 II II u I'liki-y r. ,1 fl fl 1 II 11 r lil.'n 111 :l I I I) .1 u niutllir p.. 3 1 a 0 a u T.'lul. St ill II SI II I MlUlO by lllllllIKi; Atiiritllo TT . . Vmo'oiYV linn . "4 Norfolk anil tl'hl noil III Hun, I...H.-.I in Hull. IW)iio 4. ( rlt-Iriiilt.ii, Mi.ilirna, furry, lirvlllo 4. ino tut". Iilla Clttslitfrrrla. 'Min lula hlta I urn. rrlllrmlil, llmno runs llnuu 'I. .Mt'rvlllt., Hlulfll tinsea Hli'lih I'll,. Hull, llnaarll 3. Hiu-rtfti-oa lllrkry. lonililn pliti a Mlllrr, Honfliara III llrlfrlll Left nil hilars Norfolk II. Vilivilllt. 0, Hilar, nil luilla off Mnlllrr H, Mlllrr I, Mt'l'oinlakry 4, Hlrtlrk out hr Mjillllrr fl. .Mrl'oillKkry ft, lllla C Mlllrr 4 III .II 1,1 ill mk 1 off ftti'l'tmila-kry 7 In ) l-:l llillllisa, lilt hy llli'hrr Ntllllrr Anil llorsRU. I.oatlla; ilti-brr Mlllrr. I iniilrra Milium anil - H'tllls. 'I Inir ttf xiinir i I 'I. Opportune Questions at Inopportune Moments 'scusc nt , Mi:sr ida- 6ut could vo' Al in 1 GIT5 5ICH i'owi i.'Fui.. OOOD LOOlCIWG- i 1 rrr t t WHY, X f ) CERTAINLY ) f ROM THE METM t C AT THE ( 1: jMAM STORE J vl lit, 4A .UK -yJ -MiV i .J,.w.,.-.. 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