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PAGE SEVHJ3T iser Kinard On .Collegiate All - Star Grid m.m ft m.m ft m.m m.m m.m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ingfie id ored At Bail Game DAILY CLARION-LEDGER, JACKSON, MISS., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1938 Eru Squad v. . . ft ft ft Tonight1 m.m . J ' ft Oana m.m mm ft ft Bedd ft Here Contests Add Spice To Clash Exponents of two baseball's arts, hitting and pitching, will be paid special honor; a series of contests involving skill and speed of the players- and the second game of the Jackson - Mobile series--all that ds on tap at League Park tonight. The hitter to be honored is Prince Henry Oana, and the pitcher is Marcus Beddingfield. Eeddingfield, a Meridian boy, is far out in front in games won with 19 victories. Oana. the Honolulu Hummer, is leading the league in three things: home runs with 20. Total bases 213 and runs batted in with SO After this first part of the programwhich will begin at 8 p. m. the "field meet" events will start. The bunting artists will try to drop 'em dead in front of the plate. There will be an accuracy throwing contest between picked men from each team from the outfield to the plate. The fastest base stealers on each club will stage a base running battle. The strong arm crew from each team will try to settle the question of who has the strongest throwing arm by long distance throwing from the outfield. The catchers will try to settle, beyond any possibility for argument, as to whether "it was down there" by attempting to throw through a barrel down in front of second. Jackson fans, who have already had the pleasure of seeing Oana hit three home runs In one game, Two Of A Kind r1! 'f i' f..' f JBSy j VAX fk Mi f L s i TRANSFER & STORAGE Why worry over your moving problem when we can give you a complete Moving and Storage Service of un equaled excellence at rates no higher than you would expect to pay for ordinary service. 140 Wesley St. Thone 7546 t LL L MARCUS BEDDINGFIELD Our f m j SPAGHETTI With Italian Sauce 25c Broiled Veal Steak and French Fried Pot. . .25c CONEY ISLAND EAT SHOP N. Lamar gsS&st .- S ,y , 4 v ' - , . m t& 1 - ' -Is , v tv& if- I - 2n ' J 4 - - - . - M .irg . Jb' ii -J PRINCE HENRY OANA A pair of aces is the designation given these players by local fans, and the pair is to be honored at League Park tonight. Beddingfield has won more games than any pitcher in the league and Oana leads the loop in homers, total bases and runs batted in. will be able to see just how far the. Honolulu Homester can sock 'em when he and Mobile's slugging entry tangle for the fungo hitting championship. The cream (and the scream) of the show will be the .team man- Tin HOW MUCH MORE fjVU)ER TASTIER R0l IJT YOU GET WITH THE 7AAKI caSIEh t TOBACCO THAT& OUAMNTEEC Machine finds the faults ift00 in your headlights and -n1" adjusts the lights per- I 0000" fectly. Drive in for I 00 service. Corner Pearl & Farish Sts. Phone 384 ager's blind-ifold wheel-barrow race in which each manager will try to circle the bases faster than any bases have ever been circled with a wheel-barrow and the blinders. The speedy WPA type wheel-barrow will be used. The Wednesday night league-leaders and "field-meet" program is just one of the extra feature nights that are being planned for the entertainment of Jackson fans. This week's schedule home game each day through Sunday Should provide the fans with some jam-up games. The Senators will be battling to hold third place in League standing against two of the best teams in the League Mobile and Pensacola. Incidentally, Jackson is leading the League in team fielding and those Jackson fans who deplore the boots and bobbles of the local lads can comfort themselves with the knowledge that the seven other clubs are making a few mere of them. BAPTIST HOSPITAL 'i Bell Hall, Mildred and Anna Bogue Chitto. Mrs. T. J. Slay, Hazlehurst. Julia Mae Slade, 210 S. Prentiss. Clarence Ivy, Carpenter. Mrs. A. H. Simmons and baby, Kosciusko. Mrs. T. S. Scott. Utica-. George Wyatt Johnson, Newton. Margaret Shearer, 847 Deerpark. Mrs. J. H. Gpree, Carrollton, Ala. Mrs. Charles D. Hood, Belzonia. Mrs. A. H. Hall, Bogue Chitto. Mrs. F. M. Loflin, 759 N. Parish. F. Weisbrod, 640 Hughes. Steve Smith, Meridian. Gene Arlen Wilkinson, Crystal Springs. Mrs. L. Westbrook, Drew. Mable K. Williams, Jackson. Charles McKellar, Jackson. Willie Hackler. Jackson. Earl Hackler, Jackson, Elsee Vallery, Jackson. Erie Pittman, Jackson. Harold Massengale, Jackson. Banque Misr, at Cairo, is now Egypt's only completely Egyptian bank. Trolley tracks are being removed from boulevards In Moscow, Russia. LEGION JUNIORS GETTING READY Playoff Games Scheduled Here Tomorrow, Bolton Friday The playoff between the Jackson and Forest Hill teams of American Legion baseball will take place Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The first game will be played on Thursday in Jackson at 3 o'clock and the second game will be played In Bolton Friday at 3 o'clock. If a third is necessary, the time and place will be determined later by officials in charge. Coach Broyles of the Jackson team and Coach Bailey of the For est Hill team claim to have strong aggregations and each of them feels confident of winning the first two out of three in this series. Those who have followed these teams through practice realize that this will be a tough contest. Last week Laurel played Hatties-burg and won 5-0 the first game and 6-0 the second game. Raleigh won from Taylorsville 9-5 the first game and 3-0 the second game. Thursday afternoon Raliegh will meet Laurel at Taylorsville and Friday they will play in Laurel. The winner of the Raleigh-Tay-lorsville series will meet the winner of the Jackson-Forest Hill series to play for the southern championship on August 2, 3, and 4. The northern and southern districts will play for the state championship on August 8, 9. and 10. There is a great deal of interest in these teams and a good crowd should attend the games and encourage these boys in . a good old national sport. $ Everything Goes At Brooklyn As Cubs Win 10-8 BROOKLYN, July 26 ((JP)) Everything happened at Ebbetts Field today, where everything usually does. - In the first place the Chicago Cubs, making their local bow under Gabby Hartnett's leadership, beat the Dodgers, 10-8. In the second place Dodger Manager Burleigh Grimes and Dodger Captain Leo Durocher were thrown out of the game, Grimes for the fifth time this season. In the third place, the double ejection brought down a shower of pop bottles. Hartnett himself started the winning rally in the ninth by drawing a walk off Tot Pressnell, third and losing Dodger pitcher. Rip Collins' single sent Gabby to third, and he scored on a wild pitch. Then Larry French, third and winning Cub huler, doubled to left to score Collins. The pop-bottle throwing occurred in the last of the seventh, when Grimes and Durocher squawked at a decision by Umpire Ziggy Sears. CHICAGO BROOKLYN AB H O A AB H O A Jurees ss 5 3 2 4 Rosen cf 4 1 4 2 Herman 2b 5 0 2 4 C'bell c 5 3 3 Hack 3b 5 2 4 0 S'back cf 5 1 2 Galan If 3 1 2 1 C'mli lb 5 R'nolds cf 5 2 3 0 L'etto 3b 4 D'aree rf 5 1 1 0 D'cher, ss 3 H'nett c 2 0 3 1 z-H'settf 1 Collins lb 5 4 10 0 R'gers ss 0 Root p Russell p French p 0 3 1 0 zz-C'ler 1 5 Koy If 4 0 H son 2b 3 F'smns p 0 F'house p 3 P'nell p 1 3 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 Totals 39 16 27 15 Totals 39 14 27 13 Jurges awarded first base on catcher's Interference. z-Batted for Durocher In 7th. zz-Batted for Rogers In 9th. Chicago 040 000 40210 Brooklyn 300 100 400 8 Runs Galan 2. Reynolds, Demaree, Hartnett 3. Collins 2. Russell. Rosen, Campbell, Stainback, Camilli 2. Lavagetto, Hassett, Koy. Error Campbell. Runs batted In Russell 2. Jurges, Demaree, Collins 3, Camilli 2. Rosen, Durocher, Hassett 3, Koy, French. Two base hits Reynolds. Stainback. Campbell, Lavagetto, Koy, Camilli, Hassett, French. Three base hit Russell. Stolen bases Hack, Galan. Double plays Rosen and Camilli: Hudson, Durocher and Camilli; Campbell, Camilli and Lavagetto Herman, Jurges and Collins. Left on bases Chicago 9, Brooklyn 7. Bases on balls Fitzsimmons 1. Russell 3, Frankhouse 4, Pressnell 1. Strikeouts Fitzsimmons 1, Frankhouse 1. Russell 1. French 2. Hits off Fitzsimmons 5 In 1 2-3 innings. Frankhouse 9 in 4 2-3; Pressnell 2 in 2 2-3: Root 5 In 1-3: Russell 8 in 1-3: French 1 in 2 1-3. Wild pitch Pressnell. Balk Fitzsimmons. Passed balls Campbell 2. Winning pitcher French. Losing pitcher Pressnell. Umpires Bal-lanfant. Klem and Sears. Time 2:22. Attendance 8,207. $ , Derringer Hurls Five Five-Hitter To Beat Boston BOSTON, July 26 (P) Paul Derringer kept the Bees away from first base for six and two-thirds innings today while pitching a five-hitter that gave his Cincinnati Reds a 6-2 victors in the series opener. The Bees tallied twice in the eighth on four successive singles but the Bees talliec but the Reds had clinched the game in the third when Derringer knocked out the first homer since he broke in with the Cardinals in 1931 and Wally Berger connected for his 11th circuit hit of the season with a mate aboard. CINCINNATI BOSTON AB H O A AB H O A Frey 2b 3 0 4 1 F'cher lb 4 0 12 0 Berger If 4 2 1 0 C'ney rf 4 0 2 0 G'man rf 5 2 3 0 Garms 3b 4 0 1 4" McC'ick lb 4 2 10 0 C nello 2b 4 2 1 S Lbardi c 5 2 6 0 West If 2 0 0 0 12 1 M-gert If 2 1 2 0 0 12 DiM g cf 3 1 4 0 10 4 Lopez c 3 1 4 0 10 1 W'ler ss, 3 0 1 1 T'ner p 2 0 0 2 L'ning p 0 0 0 0 z-Mueller 10 0 0 H'inson p 0 0 0 0 Totals 36 11 27 9 Totals 32 5 27 13 z-Batted for Lanning In 8th. Cincinnati 003 002 1008 Boston . 000 000 020 2 Runs Frey, Berger, Goodman. McCor-mick. Lombardi, Derringer, Cuccinello. Maggert. Errors none. Runs batted In Berger 2. Lombardi 2. Craft. Derringer, DiMaggio 2. Two base hits Lombardi 2. Maggert. Home runs Derringer. Berger. Stolen base Myers. eacrmces Riegs. KOPECKY BATTLES SAMPSON FRIDAY Verne Clark Meets Franky Hill; Sailor Watkins Billed For Tilt Craft , cf 4 Riggs 3b 3 Myers ss 4 D'ringer p 4 Joe Kopecky, the old man of the mat, has been appearing in the Jackson wrestling arena for several years. And during these several years, he hasn't made a single friend in a local audience. Fans flock to the ringside with only one idea to see Kopecky get beat. They boo him when he gets ahead, jeer at him when he's on the bottom, and hate more than ever when he comes out on top. Kopecky used to be always matched against some young, popular grappler on his way to the top. It is still a pretty good test for a new wrestler to tangle with Kopecky. The old Bohemian Is not as strong as he used to be. His wind isn't as good although he still stays in training. His legs don't have the virile muscles that used to enable him to clamp a deadly scissors on his opponent's body. But Kopecky, although weaker in body, is stronger in mind. He is still the . craftiest of fighters, his eyes still have that mischievous gleam, and many a young foe who appeared on the point of victory has sadly learned that Old Kopecky is a long way from being "through." The Bohemian gets a new kind of foe here Friday night. It won't be a handsome, popular idol like Balk Estes or Tarzan Szasz. - And for the first time in his long career Kopecky may get cheers instead of jeers. Opposing the maestro in Promoter Romanoff's feature attraction this week will be Dick (Cue-ball) Sampson, the egotistical Okla-homan who is just about as popular in the local arena as a spider would be at a fly dance. Just who will get the approval of the mat-bugs is hard to determine. For some folks, it will just be a toss-up as to which mauler is the worst. All agree it should be an exciting battle, when two such roughnecks get together. Verne (King Kong) Clark, striving hard to climb back up the local ladder to the top spot he occupied several months ago, collides with Franky Hill, the popular ooy irom Texas, in the semi-final. Clark won a one-fall decision last week in his first appearance in a long layoff. He looked heavier and stronger than ever, and Franky will have some tough sledding when the two climb through the ropes. In a special event, Sailor Watkins sheds the referee robe and gets back into wrestling trunks in a match with either Ace Abbott or Tex Hager. Just which one of the boys will fight the sailor will not be determined until tomorrow, Promoter Romanoff said yesterday. Both fellows are anxious to get a crack at the referee who "spoiled" their chances for victory on numerous occasions. Phillies Conduct Late Rally For Win Ovfer Leaders NEW YORK, July 26 (P The second-place Giants left fourteen men on base today, blew numerous scoring chances in the closing innings, and thus dropped a 6-5 decision to the St. Louis Cardinals, to remain four games behind th? Pittsburgh pirates, who also were beaten. Lanky Cliff Melton, for the third straight time, failed to finish what he started. The big southpaw gave up all of the Cards runs, including ame?rs by Joe Medwick an Johnny Mize in. the ifth, to be chargt with his ninth defeat. Lefty Clyde Shoun, who also failed to go the route, nevertheless got credit for the. victory, his second over the Terrymen and Melton inside of a week. ST. LOUIS NEW YORK AB H O A AB H O A T. M're cf 5 2 2 0 Seeds If 6 2 2 1 J. B'wn 2b 4 0 3 B'tell ss 3 2 2 J. M'tin rf 5 2 0 0 Ripple rf 4 2 1 2 2 0 Ott 3b 3 10 2 8 1 Iber cf 4 1 1 0 3 3 McC'y lb 3 0 9 0 6 .0 Ch'za 2b 5 2 6 2 2 3 M'cuso c 5 2 6 0 10 zzzz-S'cr 0 0 0 M'wick If 5 Mize lb 5 G'ridee 3b 3 Owen c 4 Myers ss 4 Bhoun p McGee p 1 0 0 0 M'ton p 1 0 0 Davis P 0 0 0 0 z-K'pris 10 0 C man p 1 0 0 zz-J. M'r 10 0 W. B'n p 0 0 0 zzz-L'lie 0 0 0 Totals 38 10 27 13 Totals 37 12 27 15 z-Batted for Melton in 5th. zz-Batted for Coffman in 8th. zzz-Batted for W. Brown in 9th. an fnr Manrilsn in 9th. at T.rmic 003 030 000 S New York V 100 120 0105 Runs J. Brown. J. Martin 2. Medwick, Mize. Myers. Leech. Bartell. Ripple. Lei- W Tnfiien Errnrs Chlozza. ManCUSO, Owen. Mize. Coffman . Runs batted in Ripple 2, Martin 2, Medwick 3. Chiozza, Mize. Leiber. Two base hits J. Martin, T. Moore. Home runs Medwick. Mize. Stolen base Gutterldge. Sacrifice Shoun. Double plays J. Brown, Myers to Mize: Myers, J. Brown to Mize: Outteridge to Mize . Left on base New York 14: St. Louis 8. Bases on balls Melton 2. Shoun 5, Magee 4. Strikeouts Melton 4. Shoun 5. McGee 1. Hits off Melton 7 In 5 innings, Coffman 2 in 3. W. Brown 1 In 1. Shoun 9 In 6 1-3. McGee 3 in 2 1-3. Davis 0 in 1-3. Wild pitch McGee. Winning pitcher Shoun. Losing pitcher Melton. Umpires Moran. Magerkurth and Parker. Time 2:45. Attendance 5.784. fc MISSES MRS. PAYMENT DES MOINES, la., July i6 (JP), An applicant for Iowa unemployment insurance, paid today for the first time, frankly advised the commission in his application that he quit his job because he was tired of paying alimony. Job insurance checks cannot be attached for alimony. McCormick. Left on bases Cincinnati 8, Boston 3. Bases on balls off Turner 3. Struck out by Derringer 5. Turner 2. Lanning 1. Hits off Turner 8 in 6 innings: Lanning 2 in 2: Hutchinson 1 in 1. Losing pitcher Turner, mpires Stewart, Barr and Stark. Tims 1:33. Attendance 2.000. . We '11 Say He Is 'J V v. T"5 v s- S. v. S sN x y N s 3 SS s- X -v. X s s 3 s ft s v t ss s :,sijs;.:si . zf $ s- i - i j? axx ns r SS? N sv - - ' - 1 f -s , V s - O i f -t. Nxi- 's x- x I - V w -si 5 I " x : 1 I A half a million voters cant be wrong, and so Frank M. "Bruiser" Kinard is an All-Star selection for the big collegiate game with the Washington Redskins at Chicago's Soldier Field, August 31. Kinard is shown above wearing his "award" sweater presented by the All-America board of football. to the line, s fall .'..s.K i et (theVchic where tlrcysmays , Hewitt -' Ufiy Informed yesterday that he had received over 800,-000 votes, placing him on the All-Star collegiate squad, Bruiser Kinard came through with a typical response: "Well, I certainly appreciate my friends doing all that voting for me. I'm going to keep on working until the last minute, and will leave for Chicago Sunday, August 14." Incidentally, the Bruiser, as we have remarked be fore, is really working. Cutting through dense under-J growth for a power line near Natchez, Kinard is keep ing in tip-top condition, and will be ready for the "knocking" the day he gets to the Northwestern University field, where the All-Stars will do their practicing. - Bruiser, who evidently doesn't remember that he's thanked you folks several times already, asked that his sincerest appreciation be publicized again, and so it is. Kinard Is a wonderful fellow, and if you knew him Intimately .you'd appreciate more just how many fine qualities he actually does possess. Off the field, you wonder how that fellow - can play such, good football. To be a good tackle, you see, a man is supposed to be nine-tenths roughneck and the other ten percent brute beast. Kinard is neither. But he's one of the strongest men you ever saw, the fastest big man we know anything about, and is a fellow who likes to play the game of football. He doesn't want to hurt anybody, but the very force of his attack cripples up his opponents. Mississippi will have nothing to fear in sponsoring Bruiser's entry in the All-Star game. He'll make the Yankees sit up and take notice! PICKIN' UP LITTLE CHIPS:. Our new Jackson pitcher, Elbert Padgett, comes recommended by Promotion Manager Combs, who knew him in the Florida State last season the record books bear out all the praise Combs has given our new prospect.. .He lives in South. Carolina and left his home thre yesterday for Jackson, which ought to put him here sometime Thursday A Hattiesburg American story heralds a golf match between a college boy and Andy Harmon as a "youth -vs-age" contest My, what a change being a father must have WTought in Harmon if he really has become an oldV man He has been among the youngest and freshest fellows we know, it has seemed to us Wonder if that baby boy is making pappa walk the floor too much these nights? Ben Enis, the LSU end coach and a brilliant instructor in the gridiron arts, is desperately ill at Hattiesburg, apparently the victim of some poisoned food or water he is generally ranked as one of the ablest mentors in the whole country and gives the LSU staff a very decided brand Of help Vicksburg gridders are already working out, unsupervised by coaches, of course but the willingness of the lads to do anything this early means high morale for this fall.. . .Jackson High will start work on September 1. -x$- Nearly 30.000 trips through Canadian canals were made by ships in the last 12 months, l Giants Muff Many Chances To Score; Drop 6-5 Decision PHILADELPHIA, July 26 The hlllies. gave the National lea gue leading Pittsburgh Pirates a 6 to 5 set-back today by a ninth inning rally which netted two runs. The hils triumph came as a re suit of an error by Arky Vaughan on Atwood's roller, Muellers sacrifice which Brown tossed too late to third. Clark's pinch hit, an other safety by Jordan and a pass to Brack forcing Hugh Mulcahy over the plate, fulcahy was running for Clark. PITTSBURGH PHILADELPHIA AB H O A AB H O A H'ley 3b 3 0 0 5 J'dan 3b 4 2 1 2 L. Wr cf 4 2 3 0 Sch in ss 2 P. Wr rf 4 1 1 0 Klein rf 3 Suhr lb 4 1 11 2' B k rf If 3 Rizzo If 3 2 20 Waub lb 4 2 3 A'vich If 2 1 1 D. Y'gr ss 2 3 3 M'tin Cf 4 2 2 Davis c 3 0 0 x-Sto'ak 0 M'ler 2b 2 P'sau p 0 Sm'th p 2 xx-W'ney 1 Sivess p 0 xxx-C!ark 1 xxxx-My 0 Ole Miss Tackle Is A Wi inner Because over 800,000 football fans, most of them voting through the Clarion-Ledger, believed strong enough that he is All-American cal- -ibre, Frank M. "Bruiser" Kinard will be a member of the All-Star football team of collegians which plays the Washington Redskins under Slingin Sammy Baugh at Chicago, August 31. A mighty surge of voting at the last hour, with Meridian, Vicksburg, The final tabulation for tackles through the first seven: Markov, Washington.. 1 .237.853 Schreyer. Purdue 1,155.476 Shirev. Nebraska .... 972,118. Barbatsky, Fortiham .. 8S6.327 Woltman, Purdue .... 853.203 Dixon, Boston U 841.492 Kinard, Mississippi .. 823,713 Clarksdale, Greenville, the Gulf Coast, Laurel. Tupelo and of course, Jackson, leading the way, put the Mississippi boy well up in the running for a tackle slot. Under the rules, the two tackles who slart will be those who led the balloting, but Kinard will so prove his worth in the pre -game scrimmages that his friends are confident he will be prominently used by the All-Star coaches. Kinard. who played football at Rolling Fork and Utica before coming to Jackson, was an All-Southern High school star here prior to his Ole Miss days and the All-America distinction he won as a Rebel. married Mildred Kirk of Jackson, and he has no more staunch admirer nor more sympathetic helper than his pretty little wife. Convict Escapes From State Pen; Was Life Termer A state-wide hunt for an escaped convict from the penitentiary at Parchman was started here yesterday when Jackson police department received a notice that a life-termer broke out of prison camp No. 11. He was listed as Ray Parrott. 33-year-old negro sent up for murder in Tunica county. Parrott, sentenced to life imprisonment, entered the state penitentiary on July 13, 1930 and escaped last Saturday. The fugitive was described as slender built, weighing 130 pounds, 5 feet and 9 1-2 inches tall. A reward of $25 13 offered by prison officials for his apprehension. by Passeau (Todd). W!M pltfh Blanton. Winning pitcher S!vss. Losing pitcher Brown. Umpires Goetz. Reardon er.l Plnelll. Time 2:18. Attendance 1.500. You;Wdu!dnt -)l Drive Your Car V'ghan ss 3 Todd c 3 F. Y'ng 2b 4 Blanton p 3 Brown p 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 32 7a25 18 Totals 34 10 27 8 a-One out when winning run scored. x-Ran for V. Davis in 7th. xx-Batted for Smith In 7th. xxx-Batted for Sivess In 9th. xxxx Ran for Clark in 8th. Pittsburgh 014 000 0005 Philadelphia 000 020 2028 Runs Handley. 1. Waner. P. Waner. Suhr, Riggs. Jordan, Atwood, Mueller, Mulchay. Errors Handley. Vaughan. Runs batted in Rizzo 3, P. Waner 2. Klein 2, Whitney, Clark. Brack. Two base hits Suhr, P. Waner, Veintraub. Home run Rizzo. Sacrifice Mueller. Double plays Vaughan to Young to Suhr. Left on bases Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 8. Bases on balls Passeau 1. Smith 2. Siveys 1, Blanton. Brown 1. Strikeouts Smith 3. Sivess 1. Blanton 1. Hits off Passeau 6 in 2 1-3 innings; Smith 0 in 4 2-3; Sivess 1 in 2; Blanton 8 In 8 1-3: Brown 2 in 2 (one out in 9th). 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