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PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY MESSENGER. CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., MONDAY, JULY 10, 1939. Towners Drop Another As Clifton Spa Nine Records 11-0 Victory The Canandnigua Towneiv, a i " ' i n UK first inning. G m i t h crof-sed Mill mired in the loss column drop- t h e plate in the third. Ostrander in pmg another Powers and Vnil Loop game yesterday afternoon at Case Sldium to a hard-hitting Chi tor Springs nine, 11-0 whui Spa n'oundsman Jerry Curran limited Cfinandaigua te five base hits Two runs in the first, inning on as n:any hits started Cliiion off on tneir rampage as they nicked Joe the f o u r t h and right fielder O'Connell in the filth. Canandui!uu was put down in 01- oer pnctically e\ery inning u n t i l t h e fuuiih when first sackei Jack V'elch banged the To\\ners' lirst hit oi' the gymc, a single He vas lelt stranded on second as Lytt!e was walked and the next three Canan- Mussolino for 12 binglea beiore ho I d.ngua stickers were retired was replaced in the eighth by Jac-' « . . . - oue then by Bud Allen and finally by Charlie D'Agostino who fiiushea the ninth inning. Clilton's big blow came in the la.st frame when they put the firashir^ touches to their five rin lead uy notching up a night-cap oi s.v moi. runs Besides the opening two nui' Sixth Bie; Inning- For Towners The big inning for the Towners v as the sixth when Furfurc connected for a single and Lyttle po'/ed out a double while the next two batten v,ere tanned by Curran to retire t h e f i d e and send Cananda.gua's flrsi chance to score up in smoke. JOP Mui.solmo singled with two i 'en out in the seventh while the t h i r d man struck out. Pinch-hittnv; ioi Jacque m the ninth. Barney Allen also singled. Canandaigua' 1 * fifth hit of the ball game but once aga.n t h e next batter stiuck out, this time v.mding up the game as well as tut iniiing. Deveveaux. Clifton second baseman, O'Connell and Ostrancki each Garnered three hits apiece. Curran getting two and F. Walters. Smitn E Walters. MacCumber, T. O'Connell and catcher Bohuz all getting cne. Next Sundav the Towne**s wi.i YANKEES WILT IN BOSOX FIRE There's Will a Cry Of Breaking Up Boston; They Pound Yanks i By The Associated P i e - - ) It looks like somebody ought to ii.sk the American Leayiic to brc.iK U)i tne Boston Hcd Sox Their feat ol whipping ll'p Nov. Yoik Yankees five straigut in Y;u:- 1 ec- Stadium cnme close to c i . t i , i r . - mr everybody's iitteulion Jrcm to- 1,101*1 ow's major leamir A H - S t a i t,.ime in New York and the n \ e . - l.erations aie likely to ast a lot It Tiger. Since June 28 the Red So*, h i u e von 12 OP t ol 14 games the la--v Proving Almost Anything Can Happen in a io\v. l u o consecutne They seric-s hau 1 t a k e n iron 'Lt ,.,.., Cheshire there. M«r.ag D r Joe| ),oth games :uid Jti Norman ma\ make a few changes ni| n\ hits in ei^ht limes the lineup in an endeavoi to keep this aggregation together for the season m the hopes that witb a se~ yen's experience under its beit tl u.uthful team will faie better next ^ear in league competition Summary: CLIFTON SPRINGS Smith. If . . . De\ereaux 2b . E Walters. Ib . O'Connell. rf . McCumber. 3b . Ostrander. cf . Bohoey c . . . Currap p - - r \. O'Connell, ci rib 5 5 5 5 5 3 3 5 5 2 po 0 0 1 2 1 0 2 15 6 0 Totals 43 11 1 27 3 CANANDAIGUA TESTING ROUNDS Former Champion Denny Shute Permitted To Compete in Meet NEW YORK -- Having pro**oci to their own satisfaction that they can stick together and win battu off the links as well as on. the best golf- professionals in the countiy settled down today to qualify for _ match play in the National P G. A . , ?on s experience under its beit the championship. Starting the second and linai round over the Pomonok Country Club~course this morning, 63 players hadrscores of 73 or better Since thfere are only 63 places open in the r -w a u ers , s nian-tcr-man fighting (the 64th automatically goes to defending Champion Paul Runyan,) it appeared IDtely that by tonight only those with 36-hole totals of 148 or better would be eligible. Within easy striking distance ·wete all but one of the petition- signers who, by their determined stand, yesterday forced five members of the P. G. A. executive committee to permit former champion Seihiy Shute to play although, under the by-laws, he was ruled out for not-paying his dues on time. ~ Bam Snead Lone Exception The lone but major exception was Sam Snead, the big hitter whose power got out of hand over the back nine and brought him in with 7*7 blows, nine strokes off the lead shared by Ralph Guldahl and two lesser known contenders. Sam Parks of Pittsburgh and Fay Coleman ol p A1Ien p . . . . 1 Culver City, Calif. a B. Allen . . . . . 1 - Tray's firing promised to be _ even more dazzling, for yesterday, in j Tota]s 31 0 addition to having to play 18 holes Batted f o: - jacque in i-mtn of golf after wrangling for several Cniton . 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 G hours, the boys had to get their i sights adjusted to the new positions of the pins. Now, they should threaten both the competitive course record of 65, set by Johnny Farreh in 1927. and the P. G. A. qualifying record of 136. In addition to Guldahl. Coleman and Parks. 19 others cracked par, , yesterday and 20 equalled it. In the j r«--«H". former bracket were Ben Hogan. j Harry Cooper. Dick Metz. Henry Picard, Dutch Harrison and Gene Sar- J azen,' with open Champion Byron : Nelson among those at par 72. i Stars May Leave PGA j The after effects of the Shute rumpus remain to be seen Perhaps the top flight pros, those who an-. nually make the Summer and Win- j ter circuits, will pick this opportun- j ity to break away from the P. G. A. and form a touring professional a -. EOciation. Perhaps nothing more will j develop until the annual P. G A . j McCarthy. If Furfure. ss . Welch. Ib . Lyttle. 2b . Brand, cf . Lens, rf . . Tiorman. c . Jacque, 3b . Mussolino, P Pi-rrotto, cf ab 4 4 4 2 2 3 4 3 2 h pc 0 0 1 2 j 13 1 3 1) 0 C 0 woild chuirmions :-,nd chma\ed th' 1 drive by "stiflum New York in s i , ( - ctssive doubleheader Anc. i h i ' i !.; * e cu( the Yankees' h a d i ' o m U i-1 1 to G 1-2 ramos. Maruji -i Joe Cionni and b u J n r - mv Poxx were nnpleader in \ e s l » - c.u'-'s 4-3 pnd ,")-? uctones. Tn t i n fust ga.'ie th,-- Hcd Sox wi-ie ..ailuv: Ly a i n n tin'il ihe e i g h t h i.in'i.t- v hen Cronin smashed a hom,r i n o the left field stands w i t h jne en In the second, they had a t w o - r u . i r arsm but Fo^\ e * i d c n - ! \ vmsm. tiouble. hit his 14th home rin, i.f tne .'··eii'-on in the eighth to witiis'.and .' f,',al ' w o - i u n thrust b\ tne '-ham), uins Dcr !as f.et- C Out of S The Yanke'^ o'.'hil tne o \ u," '·) ' ( ; oa' ( K r n r the day. dri\:ng in all iht Nt ". t'oiL | i nn.s in the second game. ' Yet there is no uoabl ;boLf t n f Yankees wallowing in a --i-imp a' - ager Joe McCarthy tried all ki.uK experiments as the trouble sie- HP withdrew Bill Dickey. Tom Hei.- :*ich George Selkuk and Bab - D; P - g;en at one time or another f;c;i! tr.r lineup Most significanr of all. thr Ireak tjiat once went for tho Yankee now are aoing against them Bur;, i Hadley got so flustered yc.-iteicia r.i ! tmew two bnlis 111:0 th-j o.-tfi^k" j letting in three rims and piYu-tic.! 1 '/ | beating himself Dahlgren ca ne f ] bat with the bases loadea and h , j into a double play. The dav bcfo;,. Joe Gordon misled a touchout o t ' second base and argued himself oiu ( ol the came ' Sunday's other American League | .Jim Tjbtr ef Cc'-ton Airplanes safeh into second in ;he la t half cf :: dcablr-lu-ad' i- Saturday u herein the I?ostim Ken so\ lambasted the (hampion Vew Vorlt Yankees :;-! atirf 3-1 to nriionn Hie f i a t -this vcar -- of ''.oppinn the Y.mks f i \ e times in :i row . am! M-M-P 1-ni's in their !.i=t i\"~ni sanies. Fr.ink C i O M - t t j of the "i anks adds to ii» arrial effect, tak'nic the tns-- from HiH Dickey, in ·;.u!ie :il New York. The !{fd So\ also tci.-k l:;th ends ol the doubleheader " -11 Canandaigua 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 3 Errors Jacque. Curran. Furfure: tv--o-ba.se hits. Ostrandcr Lyttle. stolen base. Lyttle: bases en bait^. 2; -struck out. b Cur'-an 14 : hits, off Mus'-ohm 12 F. Allen 5- *.vild pitches. Alien 2; ir.ci7icr pitcher. Mussolini: umpiie coubleheaders all v.eie , Ihe Chicaso White Sox streurthei.-1 Since Jer^r e their third place position l;-,ha*.e practienllv beating the Detioit Tigtis, 4-3 a: G-3. Errors bv Eail Avenll aiid 3:. Kogell wrecked a foui-hif game fc Buck Nev, ^om in the opener nr. Johnny Marcum and Mike Krf-evir! hit singles w i t h the ba 1 - 0 ^ filled t' beat Schoolboy Rowe in the nirh cnp. Indians Scalp Browns Twice The Cleveland Indians went on : h'.ttme spree to beat 'hf Si I oii- Erowns. 14-2 and 5-1. JefT Heai-i lead in oire'-t conflict '.a.si v ei.-r Int two homers and Hsl Tro-:-\ 01. Vl - ! ' h t h e L!I;IP Giants, bu* vestr:*- in thr- first game and T'ossy a/.- day the Jerse-..-, ieia\ed and jost i ether in the ^econd garni- i dcub'c-header to the .vloii'rf-a! Roy- Jim Vfrnon V/ashme.on'' n-., als, 7-4 and 9-0. v.hi.e R o . - . r ·-'..* BISOBS Sing Way Into Third Place, May Win Loop Crown Since Jer-scv C. ; * a;i r i RoTe-'fi* lie", xd out Jaci: Ilalev limited ia\e" practienllv "w cm "each othe- Sviacu«-e to .-ix h.*^ ."--r The opening nit patthna for the 'ead and Ne-- ^ "to'it. -he-.i I\\ Paul Anclrev s iri-*s , - r . r i T - n p r r , . . - M f m "Rpc.', Tt* f o:il*- i ' o hlo:^ r o urnro.e on TWO TEAMS TIED IN TRAP SHOOT Canandaigua-Geneva Com bine and Ithaca Knotted in League Meet The Caniindaigu.i-Goiiovu ti-an. t i ( d with Ithaca, each -halk'.nu up "Vi ijoints, in t h e l i t t h sl-oot oi Uie FJIH;(.T La!;es Shooting As.scnatioii 1 eld ve.steulay -at Watkais Glen. For! .\-miR- (il 50 trap t'irgei.s weic sl-i. tiercel by Nelson Alkeimi'U'. Caii- undaiguu. Duwayne Hollistn. Cori- lancl. J E. Bash, Ithaca anu Fred Hock. Ithaca H. J. Little, Klmiru diopped the .same number oi bird' at skeet. In the team nice. Elmiia \ \ n s second with ^36. Cortland third with 230 and Watkins Glen fouiU 1 with 22U. Little and Hollister were tied in the eliminations attei snooting i v i c e around, each making 24 on' el a possible 25 They divided UJL- i n i / e The Canandaigua-Gene\a team cores I oi low: Alkenberg 49: lynai!, i!;; H. Kmgsloy 47; Hednck 47, \V K,n./slc\ 4G: Lundy, 4(i: Smith. 45, \Vcod\uird, 45; Carr. 44; Goivtl. 44: Dfuchler. 44; Dieflondorkv. 43; Burfce, 43; Reddv, 43 Team standings were: CorUancl. 19- Canandaigua-Gcneva. 18 1-2, Eimira. 17; Ithaca. 15 l-i:; Watkin.s Glen. 5. The final league .shoot of the season will be held Aui;. 13 at Geneva The Canandaigua club will hold a rlioot Thursday evening wills ** prize id bt uwavck'd under the Toi^u- \VnglU lianclicap v.stcni CADErsllALS' GLIDER TOURNEY Record Smasher Shines On Last Day In Borrowed Sailplane ELMIRA -- Naval Aviation Cadet McCarthy Still Believes In Yanks, Names Six to, J Start in All-Star Game NEW YORK (/J 1 ) -- Proving that he has u heart lull of sentiment under his amply stuffed uniform, Manager Joe McCarthy announced loclav his own Red Ruffing would be the starting hurler and five other Yankees would be in the American League lineup for tomorrow's All-Star joust with the National League. Only Boston and Detroit of all the other clubs in the junior circuit will be represented when play starts in the seventh annual mid- Summer classic in Yankee stadium at 1 o'clock (EST). BASEBALL KEEPS VILLAGE ON MAP Cooper's Stories Gave 1st Build-Up; Doubleday Keeps It Going COOPERSTOWN. N. Y. (/P) -- Jame.s Fenimore Cooper gave this ullage on the shores of blue Otsego lake its initial buildup, but it's beginning to look as though General Aliiiei Doubledav will h: j ve to take the credit for Keeping it on the map. The natives ha\e known for years they could count on the fame of Cooper's leather stocking tales to attract the run-of-the-mine tourist trade. It they began wasn't however, until celebrating the 100th annuersary of Doubleday's invention of baseball they discovered what the general had really done foi them. They've been celebrating the centennial off and on for a couple of months now, and they added to the The batting order given out by McCarthy was: Doc Cramer, Boston, right field. Heel Rolle. New York, third uase. Joe Di Maggio, New York, center Held. Bill Dickey, New York, catcher. Hank Grecnberg, Detroit, first base. Joe Cronin, Boston, shortstop. George Selkirk, New York, right field. Joe Gordon, New York, second base. Red Ruffing, New York, pitcher. Tommy Bridges, Detroit, pitcher. Bob Feller, Cleveland, pitcher. Record few Single Team This will set a record for representation by one team and made the event truly a test between the Yankets and the standouts of the National League, whose lineup was to be announced after Manager Gabby Hartnett's arrival on the scene later today. Yet the single real surprise on the roster was McCarthy's selection of Ruffing for the No. 1 pitching assignment. A month ago appeared the certain choice but the" big right-hander has been laboring with a sore arm and has lost his last two starts. After 15 years of yeoman service he no longer is the leading pitcher in the American League on any basis you care to calculate. However, Marse Joe's faith in the men who are close to him is unswerving. Resting Ruffing might be beneficial for the Yankees' own suddenly beleaguered pitching corps, but the man who gave Lou Gehng the chance to play his string to the bitter end now is giving another well-beloved stir th · homage he feels is due. I Frey or Goodman May Start The practical aspect of parlaying Ruffing, Bridges and Feller »!. innst the National League in that game in which lepresentative.s of -i* ot i ir,.t his -r-mnt-e "· ·"""- r leagues participated Robeu M Stanlej lost ms cnanu; ( ^^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ bands L i bea, Cneb,,ei DCCKC. 10 b -' ' i and the speeches it would havp tional glider championsmp when h s an fl ' P^ affjuj . ^ lf ]t ship cracked up. but he gave tnis American soaring capital a show festivities yesterday with a ball, order is that the American League for the first time will not present a dose of southpaw pitching and Hartnett may therefore c'rosc to start Lonnie Prcv and Ival Goodman, both of Cincinnati, for the red. white and s:v «cm each othe" . u i out pat*ling for the 'ead and ark's t"c-'::ne cr. t.'-"·ion Br\. h.v.e slumped cierr iiitc ihr ^ororci c'.nision the stampeding: B'lffalo Bisons nov loo': likf r, rood 'OIT-range choice to -Mr. the Imerna- tnnal league peiinam. De?uite tii^ir piichinz ' "~ 'nesses, ihe B:-ons ha\^ .slutted their '.av mto tai.d Kb."" r :o :/-h-Uer b*. ihe Chi'-fs' Jakt- Moot;-. Rochester earned the league lead ' n f t e i spv/.-m? T'-iomo ? 4-1 lead i in foui innings -."hen a pass. De- i Jo:/ ! ie'~ enoi ;mc nnct Sir.n'.v prrd' i i i i i 'n in n : r 'nt";i Sar- .·· E^'i lee tack or Jer. e" C . es* rookie first baseman , nri Ire' n h i ' - Sport's Mirror The Associated Press attack v.hich counteib la-it ci" j three Philadelphia homers ns i'.-/ I Senators stopped the A' 1 - 5-4 m u,- | f - i p t game. Ken Chase comrib*:*' I I ;ii. effective pitching chore , tal j (he nightcap. 10-3. I Tne Cincinnati Reds crushed I'm Chicago Cute 13-1. in the Nmo;\"- League as Bucky Walters T.ji-jci hi ir.th \ictory on five hits. Th" X\ crk That }jut ihe an"e in front c ·*:·: h. , Giant? concluded t h e n Todav \ Y»ar Ago - Johnny i ··-'-ion of B:*ccklvn with a 3-2 Vander Meer allowed only four hits j i-n-ph when J:m Ripplr p s r.cl.- , in beatine Cute for his llth vie- ^ Pucr-or Harrv Gu^,, ,, torv of vear eiving Cincinnati · m th- circiding run m *h- a. sweep of three-same .series. Three Years Ago -- Chuck Klein, i Pi illie** hit four homers "qualm: major ieacue record to help bea: | Pirates 8-6. Five Year-- Ago -- American Lea- i meeting in November. But at tha H m-Vv-o!-rvii-Sar baseball game for time it's a double-dyed cinch the - - - - ·"-- long standing Chicago-New York feud will be due for another extensive airing. It was this war between factions that such second vear in row. battering Mun- i co and "Warneke in fifth for six runs after Can Hubbell had anthem out for first three inning-. P. Bartleit. Jr.. New Orleans. e . .. Smith rumored as a candidate for 6-1. 6 - 1 6 - 2 . to capture National OullUJ i u i l i u i c u *o «a vfc".ww«," * - - - ^ the presidency when George Jaco- i Interscholastic ^-nius T - iH bus' term expires, and the Chicago- i WIMBLEDON, En 2 - Lnitea ans reputedly hoping to get back State- -.^s^econa *·»"*·· c - can the tonmament bureau job for Bob '-""- "·"·«·' Harlot-r. who preceded Fred Corcora-., the incumbent, the bo/ c :i..:v bin for a merry session. I irauns. Th · Philadelphia Phil'iie** p;i 11-ga-TiP IOMIIE; stiea.-t 1 ·m*: 'ho Be." m Bets n: r/ j doubieheadT Tr" fi-M 3-1. on Kirfcv Jlig P idling and won the fl\e run rally after two v*.e:e ·li" ninin innm:; Emmeu ? In'in'red **iitn t w o on d u i " " j -·-ji-v ') n.ak r - the f r . ' - 7 - f i S' Lo;r.= C:iu*:*i.i' i.l but Joimiii !VI/'f · ; both -h^-.. - TIT P.- h" fi--* irair," 7-3. 01. t n z o u i h to ,'. t^' 1 -; · i r 7-6 '. ictorv o'.er tne Tcio: 'o Map; !i-ti \\~n~.« ? hai f i h e Jd'e-.s. anc ·d off Toioivi IP c "I.': , · Mtj'i- 3a":;- B iffaio do 'l t'.ir r.-s '*" r '·i ' f n b.'r- And sine'- Nr n .'in T n .. i-c and 3-" r,' The '· *. : « " · n in ;i if . ir. -lifir !·)-* ti'-'ie. at Da' ; .SOl.thp? -I . b'CI! ; ~ .-. r ! i .-:v h i i - \hile 'he Rf.\a for five runs ,n sinules by Da\i' fd i IIP v. inning ·pi- Min''Tal at- !' ' n t f h l l l - , W i l l ! rvo r 'oi:blc. m in* L p o Roser.s. ':ir.':ec' the Little in ;n p second b"i*°a RoliJp IIIP t'.ir.d inn- for its annual contests He rode a thundercloud to double j the American altitude record early | in the meet. Again, he climbed through a hailstorm to triple the same record. Friday, he pulled himself free and blue uniforms worn by the diamond heroes 'Doubledays' Victorious, 9 to 7 to take advantage of their left- handed hitting. The Nationals probably will rely Just for the record the 'Double-' on right-hand pitchers, too, with days'." managed by Mike Kelly I Paul Derringer, the Cincinnati president of the Minneapolis club of the American Association, won the from his parachute watched his j game by a score of 9-7. prized sailplane flutter to " ~ ' -'"'" *" g-ound with OPC wing Then the Pensacola. Fla.. flyer borrowed a plane, took off before huge last-day crowd yesterday and v.on a $500 prize by beating tne best previous time for a flight to Har- the I The opposition, masterminded by j Spencer Abbott, now pilot of the Reds' veteran ace, being the popular choice for the starting assignment. The only left-hander on the staff is his teammate, Johnny 13 Men Plus Pneumatic Drills Free 2-Year-Old Trapped In Drain Pipe . Decker, a Glen Rock. N. J., flyer won his second national title by amassing 3.020 contest points on 12 hops over a total of 1.270 miles during the 14-day met. Springfield club of the Eastern league, lined up under the name of the "Cartwrights," in honor of Inasmuch as Ernie Lombard! assuredly will catch and Prank McCormick perform at first base, the the Cartwrignts, m nonui ui . - - -·- *- . -- --Alexander Joy Cartwright. who is B»me is going to resemble a peer** tUarlv credited with having or- at what might very well be a chap- ; ^uiaii. oiv,ui^\-v* ^ . . v i. -cValVp it»it*lri connc pop ganized the first honest to goodness baseball club. Besore the game Judge W. G Branham, president of the National Association of Professional Baseball League, presented to the Na- ET I lie JLT'--Ua.V I I I c L wt*** ^~--^----o -- * * f Decker recorded ihe longest flight tion museum a plaque in memory of the meet by -sa.hng 233 miles to | the seven men who founded the as Wi Atlantic Citv N J a flight which i sociation back in 1901. Atlantic uiu. w- J.._i "=., ----- , Or.ol PM: Sv.r-f a; e.u: 1 :' '·( · '· C: :' .Iu- _ , . - - , · ; · , , a - na ^ c,:rn"' i -. ,1.. ; .;], foot o-.tn:"-i place to a con- -A ho trioci to cut FLM T PA T -- T'.o-vrai-cld Da- .r, R' 1 ^. ··; ·'.ss in , Toutrh f-pot when .' -.. '*;.(. r; :i t ' " - a ^pot it ·· "· ".; in;" 1 ;*".'·' pneumatic dnl s '. _t :..:\ n *' i ":, "v.'' Mi T-onuT P Regan . K c . t n t r i P;;. ran lo the gar- ·_'· ,"! t h e home f Air. and Mrs. n - ' V ! in'--- - . r . t i e :-hc and her ,r - : M-: m'-r P.-.".". -.' '.. o'.n-ed. has thrust ; !i-_ .mo ; .1 r.- dniin pipe and lv called jxjhce. he .six-inch con- brought him the Vincent Bendix trophy and SI 000 prue for distance ; no the Go-.fi nor A. Ham, Moore a\*.ard for the outstanding flight terminating in New Jersev. H^ ..isu w i- naiioi.ai c.idinyion in 1936. , Although Stanley was put out of c r -mpeti'ion b". 1 Fridav. his point total of 2320 good for second place Contest officials declared his record flight of 1~ 2G4 feet above point The only two founders -- ter in next Fall's world series. Americans Rule, 2 to 1 The American Leaguers, victorious in four of the six previous contests and secure in the knowledge that the Nationals never have won in an American League park, have been established favorites at 2 to 1 by local betting commissioners. Members of the star-spangled ine oniyiwo min* i*TM- Thomas J. Hickej of Chicago and 4 B J. H. Farrell of Auburn, were on han tion along with Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis. high commissioner of baseball: President William Harridge of the American League a score of minor loop execu- y I ing and interest in the game _ j apace, with a throng of about iu,- K) expected. Manv of this number undertook Steady Pitrhing Aids Win The Doubledays owed their vic- torv to the stead v pitching of a n ir h" i.. m PI- n 11 nn S:"ii i MCI ! "ok T If , can concentrate on golf. ,,. Kay Stammers for womerf- crown and pairs wr.h men's cham- ·-«fir-is,-l«i-i,.. *»...« ^-f--** s-^ gjs?. frt-v Fabyan to take women'.s oou- bk-s Rietrs and Elwot-d Cookc men's double. 5 GENEVA. N. Y -- I^-'J' G Car}; s lf Gt-neia. -et= world C'I.TS- F amafur oi;tboa r d motorbos- me record, -arinnjiic h^at 2*1 T f r a t ' a at 565S8 : · 3 - -i\-hii r C"'li(i f,-C, r/iiv.cr .n p:* miT- ·31 ,: -i*: O ri"!).'ir*m'n 01 .m air compres- ,f drii! 1 : Tnev 'i rjc-uii. reiir\ed - i · c him. r ' . i i i i T ^ r]' err d o ; i mi fi. mil- of release "from a towing airplane' 'couple of hurlers from below the ?n official American altitude re-, Mason and Dixon line and some coid The previous mark was set J timely hitting to which Joe Hauser bv Richard C Du Pont of Wilming- i who holds the home run records for t en Del la.st year, when he reach- · both the American Association and rci 6700 fec-t above release. the International League. con- Decker. Stanley and John Robin- | tnbutecl no little. . ·-o i of San Diego. Calif . were ····ant- j The CarUrights scored all their ed '"olden C' rating, because of the" | runs in the first inning, mostly at achievements during this meet. Th" | the expense " f " r '- 1 " 1 ratin--- i s n -ade by the International ] Rent her. the . C-mmission for the St*h'j*. of S o . n - j f a m e v.-ith the New York -- The three pilots ai-: ti-e o n l v j R o u t h p r yielded four ruas- whij nav( , MicresMve -singles to elbow their way into the lobbies of the two hotels where baseball men headquarter. Directors of both leagues were to meet today, . with the unprofitable St. Louis sit- 1 uation and night baseball likely To be discussed. Commissioner Kenesaw M. Landis announced he would confer with managers and umoires early tomorrow on conduct of the game. of Walter Dutch ·nierican glider flyer' the internation.il rouns. Alice Marble: Another S XlK'^r-m^ LpnaJ-^D ^ Sw* "Wl. ·- »·'».·»-"·· A ^" ^--*x · ' £ . _ £ ^*i · New World's Outboard Mark Set By Carlisle In Geneva Power Test on fi e before Bill Knittel of the Western League took over v.ith the bases ftill and none out. Knittel allowed two more runs before retiring the .side The Doubledays came back with four run.-, in thrir half of the first. hammcnnc Bob Smith of thr Southern Assorialion for four hi1 Standings of Clubs International League Yesterday's Results Rochester 7, Toronto 6 Montreal 7, Jersey City 41) Montreal 9. Jersey City 0 2 Newark 6. Syracuse 0 1 Newark 3. Syracuse 2 (2) Buffalo 12. Baltimore 8 1 Buffalo 5. Baltimore 1 2) Tram Standings Won Lost PH. thr Weekend Sports * fBy the Assorialed Pr^si NEW YORK -- Slrfc" tiiT'at by leading pro golier.s d(la: c ,-tart of T»_ O. A. tournament and nriuro executive commiUee 1« prrm-t Of-n- MO in ; :e 11 j three ma;or ny Sliui-c to play in lir.st ., . _..., round although ineligible according to Association by-Jaws: Shute scores 73 as Ralph Guloahl. Fav Coleman and Sam Parks load with 68's CARACAS. Venf7U--la Simon Chavez, Veneruela '...tjxtiut^ world featherweight fham-i.-m J:".v Archibald in lf»-round n n n - i r l ' I j L h i NORTH CONWAY N H Wayne Sabin -win- cold i;i'cju f * ·'Cn- aiirt IX5UTSVI1 LF K \ . T:.n\P.r-- er *rhip« Gm M-'JKO 'or i^i'i'h sU.iijzh1 time, 6-2 3-6. ^-3. to ia.':t K*n;«cl*v State open tenm*- i,t: C«therine Wrlf bfa'- M,-.rth; B f i 4-6, 8-6. 6-0, ior -sromens" LAKE HOPATCONG Coo]X-r. Kan-.a Citv. lop." Ill wins New 22i cabiC inch hvdro*olanp cham- pion-hiu mid Go*. A Harrv Monrr- cup, winning l n ' t w o ra'es MONT AUK K Y Ladd, Boston MontatiT: Grand Prr iM7 5433 mi] f -- f 8-6. 9-7, 7-fl r,-1. Chli Ernie S u t k r V a t Kfibm nn'i 6-2 3-f, fi-.l (,-1 j:i rj'. INGLTWOOD. On'- oul-id -A-or(3 DeiVv half. MONTCLAIR, N. J. -- Robert fvwock. Cahfomia. wins Kastein Int-w-fcolleifiaU' tenni*- :hampion- «hlp With 3-6, 6-2. 6-3. 6-2 MCtory Marvin Wachnfjn. Nc*rth*-t*e.«- ttwti pairs with Doug Imhoff IrMt Robert Kamrath and War- Chrristn»r, Texas. 6-4, 2-6, 6-1, t-t. to doubles. Freshman title to \MWJ Pee. SUnford. MAWIfORO. Pa -- Ted Ole- wlnc, 8-mU Monica, Calif,, defeats GFNEVA "l' - Clns., F. Amateur O-itlward Motorboat dnvrrs had P- n-w world record to drive at today ;iHf-r I-ewis G. Carlisle, younc Gen-- millionaire, bettcrr-d his own mark in Ihr annual Geneva^ b'.»1 rt'c;-1ti with an H ^ an- .second. Bill Jark.son. now for . hit a with one aboard followed, hi: t h r fir^i into thr rf-ntiT l«-ld stands trip. eighth 1h Doun] d;ivs W«-bb ol th*' T^s on I.-.!*'T]J . *i "A I"" 1 fith in r ( , i n r m -S iS'ii: 1 M P 24 4-S H. lor ol Hobarl C^i, ! ( · · · i n s h m n n -'Acpl all I'-mmimm r u n « r a-vard- in 1hr two-da inf'1 -'.jnrli fiidfd -vf-Mf-rdav. j ' ( o n d onlv lo Caili.-lf in ,ii' nr 'ln- 1n 'Ii"])hy SI M r h i ' H"" and Oiitbonrd t i t l r nud Cup i r r hinl.-.-f'*- ,, ( j i j l M T l tfiriu.' urin sr-, Bob Smith ii Hif Soi-tlj'i '..nnnlKm. Ralph Prnv ol tlT- A t l a n t i r , and Joe r«llahnrj Threr-1 1 * arue. who monnd itT the nii 14 li As- 1ln- tlif Papec Softball Team To Meet Walkerbuilt ·jn-3 Ta-. 521 *)') ioi ·j- Call r/. v -)'-' rni ' ai V i a r V r in 2 r »3 -9-i ·"- -q al ii.-ctut - trae): record NEW YORK -- Willmm ward's FitjhtJn*: Pox and H-int-ar's Roman Fla^ .vt C/v track re.-ords. former SStX-fl artded Fleet win g handicap 1 BOSTON -- Rene A. CowarT- Be Jabbe^ takes $5,000 added Hannah Du^'irj handicap bv a head i stewards "-us-x-nd stable while in- 1 vestwjatme horse's performances. K 7hf ol 10 ;i ri Pfnn Yan 1 - . , , , ! r,,/ r, bMh -iiil f - VODI " _ , ]'c 1,it'll/. -1r pfoif-'irirMi rjii- nn T| , ^^. t-\Ti-m%. wifl(T thf , - r · j M ' - i t h BMCMI. N J wht) p:l"r3 ^ * - · n ^ 1JM ior il*j" FinsT l J l ; f - I?i3j;d MJ jd P^nn Yan Pai. 1 : GOOD BUYTNG and sellint? will be found daily throughout classified coJumns. San Franeiv-o Alire Ma*rbJe Mt] arwpts the ."· i - j / i l . i l a l i ' m of I.nt'land's Kn\ Jammrrs a Wimble- 'j df.n. Eng., after adding the WinHKedon "world lr.:.. (h^«-;if;oi^',,r Jo i-.f,- i M i ' d State f r i w i . niyin 1 1 a gwa sanie, ?»li* Marble emshed Miv» ·"·tawmr-s ( 2, f,-i\, r-nrt Britain's U-nnH, evperts agreed that here at last was aiMther Suzanne U-ngk-n. Pholo t ransmitted to New York by Western Unwn Cab**, .) will , lor ior the loraK hav- A / ' b u r .1 Wi3ll'fhle{*fr ol Lanh- 11l£ , ; , r1;f . aT ^^ nn ^y shortAvil]'" dia- i ii f,-jt N Y. dffenrled his Fni«n m o r i f j n , f ra -.f, u .,th the MerrhanK ' i 1 -xa«- unable to overhaul Per- 7; ,i] ^, ·^anagcr Cap Walker's prob- ablf- ehoice for mound dutv while Clint VanOrman will be on the re- ei Popplet-.fi! CanaiT3ai'.i^ i ff-jving end. The encounter is sched- second Saturday m the J ^^ ji, start at 8:30 P. M. c s A division 12, romuic; ir. t h n r * , the first heat and secona ;n U.( | Burns caused 7,400 deaths in 11,38. Rochester Jersey Cilv Buffalo Syracuse Nnvark Montreal Baltimore Toronto 47 47 45 44 42 34 S3 31 32 33 38 39 42 46 45 48 .530 .500 .423 J392 National League Yesterday's -St. Louis 7. Philadelphia 3. Boston 1 2 Philadelphia 7. Boston 6 2» Cmrinnati IS, Chicago 1 New Yorl: 3. Brooklyn 2 Tcatm Standinys Cmnnnali Nf-.v York Brooklyn 51 Louis Crnrago 44 40 35 36 39 34 32 21 26 33 33 34 37 34 38 4fi Amrrican i t PrJ- 629 MR "514 JV13 500 4S7 sn Bf'*-inn 4. N(u Yort: 3 '11 Bo-ion -i. N'-» Yori: 3 2» Wa--hirjtjtc/n S, Philahia 4 n Wa.shmi?1on 10. Phila'phia 3 2 ' Chicago 4. Detroit 3 "1 ChicafiO fi. Detroit 3 '2) Cleveland 14. St. Loufe 2 ! 5. St. Louis 1 .701 Tetm !N'-v York Bo-ton Chicafo*. ". Cleveland . Detroit Washington Philadelphia St. Louis Won . 53 22 . 43 25 . -40 33 . 40 34 . 38 36 . 32 4 . 28 ' . 21

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