The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 15, 1939 · Page 6
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Canandaigua, New York
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Saturday, July 15, 1939
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. (THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. T., SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1939. «y»rfifeir: Ruffing Puts Stopper Yank Losing Streak, Beating Detroit, 6 to 3 WINGMEN SHADE BALTIMORE, 5-4 Hy Vandenberg Hurls Jersey City to 2-0 Shutout Of Toronto Conn Lifts The Crown (By The Associated Press) It looks like the New i'o-k Yankee fans can -hed tneir inoiirmiv bends anytime no»v The "hex" it- ended. By beating the Delioil Tigu.s ('-· vesterday on the eight-.iit malms; ofRed.Ruflmg the work; ,-hairp- ions demonstrated to th-. a^'isfac- fon of almost everybody that noth- inc serious is wrong wi h them Perhaps'their plight ne'er v*as :r- pitiful as ?ome hopefully imagined At the halfway point in then schedule today they have a six-game jii^l one-gaine behind the puce .«' the half post.ol the iamouii 1927 Yankees. Irequently rcf'rreii to a. Hit greatest team of all lime Rufimg; still the ace of the inounu M.«ff after 15 years' of survic", hue' tht Tigers 'under his thumb except loi one inning yesterday Until th' r.ghth they had only four scittcaM h.ts, and by the time thcv clustered loui more for three runs in that inning the Bronx bombfrs Already 1 ad scoied all their run-; 12th Straight for Raffing It was the fifth time this yea: lead over the'Boston Red Sox and, Ruffing had whipped Dctioit ami their lecord of 54 won aivl 23 lost is the 12th consecutive victory for him against the Tigers m the laot thi^e : ears For Schoolbo.v Rowc the lu^s was mother tough one. His teammate 0 committed four errors behma him The Red Sox rested on their nine game winning streak but ther* v.a". action elsewhere 111 the jtimoi cu'- Cult I The Philadelphia Atli'etu^ tcor ' their second straight from the Chicago White SOA. 7-3, to dap tlv Ffdc Hose into a ti? fo 1 tnad vviiii the idle Cleveland Indiana. Frame Hajes.and Sam Chapmen hit hcin- ers with men on base lor fivt of thp /'s runs. Washington's unpi edict able Sea- r.iors came ficm behind tn · leccnd time with six runs IP th: Mnth inning to stop thp St Loui- Browns. 11-9 Giacti, Wallop Kea- 4-1 New York's second place Gian^ captured their seventh vietoi.v in Ii? c-.imes this season agamic Cincinnati's National League ieauing Reus TWO MAXES MAY BE CONTENDERS Baer and Schmeling Fight Mentioned As Nova-Gal* ento Tilt Hits Snag NEW YORK OP] -- They're dusting off Max Baer and Max Schmeling and dangling them out there in the heavyweight fish-pond again, just in case the bait for a Philadelphia fight between Lou Nova ana Tony Galento m the Fall doesnt get the required nibble It may be the threat of bringing back either of the mauling Maxes as opposition for Two-Ton Tony- was thought up to get Ray Carlin NoVa"s manager, to fall in line 4-1. Young B'll Lohrrnan sot ciea r on' the Galento fight. But Ray , f C1 the triumph but had 10 ha"e tn.; isn't rushing for the bait, so there is the slim possibility one or both of the two ex-heavyweight kings yet be re-introdticed to our very best fistic society. Carlin, the quietest and shyest of the fight managing frate-vtv n willing to take Nova to Philadel- TM"""B . , _ ji/u. 4-v.n Tareev phia to tangle with the Jersey barkeep, but only if the Pennsylvania fistic fathers call in an outside referee. It's not that he has l.eip of Carl Hubbell m the "igrul ·.vhen Cincinnati thieatencd All th- Giants 4 luns came :n the =ruh vhc.) Eill Jur£es and Frank IXmaree hit hcmers. Jchn Lanning tuined in « gita' 8 2-3 inning relief hurling ioi th', Kcston Bees to beat tht St Loui r Cardinals. He ga 1 e only five nil- onr of the:n Jchnnv Mize · 18' h hrme" The Bees burst out with SA mns m the firs: and cca-rea 'lorne ' foui (By The Associated Press) One ol these fine mornings you're going to wake up and read in vow favorite newspaper where Hy Vaii- denbeig and his good arm have been called up to the Polo Grounds to bolster the pitching staff of the New York Giants It may not be right away for Mayor Frank Hague (of the Jersey City Hagues) doesn't want anything messing up the Little Giants in the thick of the International League pennant fight, but sooner or later it's bound to happen Hy can't miss making the big time and the Giants need route-going hurlers. Hj proved it again last night with a neat four-hit shutout job which gave the Little Giants a 2-0 decision over old Tony Lazzen's Toronto Maple Leafs. Phil Marchildon matched HVs four-hit work but he tossed his 'boom boom" ball at Tom Padden in the third and that homer meant the ball same The other run rame acioss in the ninth off Marchildon's relief, but it was so much unnecessary work The victory Vandenberg's 12th of the year against four setbacks kept the Giants just half a game off the pace of the Rochester Red Wings, who went 11 innings befoie jack Sturdy's run - producing single ga\e them a 5-4 decision over Baltimore's lowly Orioles The Giants game also w as the tenth time this season Vandenbeig has gone the distance Newark's slumping Beais, down there in fifth place dropped an 8-5 decision to the Montreal Rov- als for their fifth straight setback and their llth loss m 14 times out The Royals, moving to within three games of the Bears belted | Joe Beggs and Marcus Beddingfield j Youthful aspnants to baseball for 13 hits and watched each ol' fame cleared the first rung on the three Newaik erxj/s result m a lur I ladder to diamond success at the Buffalo's red-hot -v inning streak i Atlantic Baseball School at Son- went to 12'straight in the first half nenbe.g Fieid yesterday when L of a doubleheader. with Clay I E (Spike) Garnish. University of Smith turning in his eighth con- i Rochester baseball coach, and Jack secutive mound victor, for a 3-2 | Barrv. former big leaguer, drilled edge ov er Syracuse, but the tri- uie : ouths in fundamentals of the Billy Conn (left) of Pittsburgh didn't fare so well in this first- round mixup with Light Heavyweight Champion Melio Bcttina, of Bracer.. X. Y., but he came en strong: in the late rounds to lift the title b a decision \ictorj. Diamond School Conducted For Youthful Ball Players VILLAGE TEAMS SLATEWNTESTS Shortsville Firemen Ten to Play Newark Schoolmen Monday Night SHORTSVILLE -- Heady to u- \cn«c their defeat ol a week a^' at the hands of the Newark State School Men's Club ten, the Shorts- It's Picard vs. Nelson In Fight for PGA Title As Test Goes into Finals NEW YORK () -- Two master In addition, Picard is the year's craftsmen. Henry Picard and Byron Nelson, today stroked their way through the final of the 22nd ~ ..... - . P. G A. golf tournament after out- softball-! lasting as fine a field as this tour- ers will journey to the Newarker's ney ever boasted. diamond on Monday evening, meet- in? the schoolmen in a seven Irame fray under the arcs. In the absence of Doc Mike Kowal, Billy Sercu, who turned in a brilliant victory over the Auburn All-Stars on Wednesday, will be on the mound for the locals, opposing Al Gaetz. The battle is expected to be a hot affair as the Shortsvillians still ache under the i____n t o« Metiopolitan 4 to 3 loss to the Men's Club ten. On the Shortsville Budd Park diamond the same evening, Meehan's Cubs ten will meet the local \ n wnere Troop 49 Boy Scout aggregation un- j o j£ ' Qf 283 C!P- ihe light m a softball fray } On Tuesday night ,the Papec | Champions will be hosts to the | t n e Bloomer Box Company team of Newark, the encounter will star at 830 P. M, on the Budd Park diamond. Mt. Crest to Play Jackets The Mt. Crest Junior ten of the village will travel to Canandaigua on Wednesday night, to engage the Canandaigua Red Jacket softballers in a twilight fracas, starting at 6.30 P. M Ryan and Harry will both be on the mound for the locals. On Either handsome, likeable Nelson, the drawling Texan, or dour Picard, the Pennsylvania master, will write his name late today alongside such golfing immortals as Walter Hagen, Gene Sarazen and long Jim Barnes -- and step to the head of the year's golfing class. Nelson, in addition to his thnll- ing victory in the national open, has won the Phoenix open (where he set a competive record with two rounds of 65), the coveted North- South open, and the Massachusetts set a tourney rec- N *£j nrv*n fho open the Rnnn $5000 Revolta) to his credit. MT. CREST TEN BEATS JACKETS in the All-Star game in which players from the schools m Canandaigua, Rochester -Dansville, Newark and Bata^ la v. ill participate. They are Joe Musolmo, Dmny Ja:que. Jack Welch and Danny Vahano. all of whom saw service on Canandaigua Academy teams. The quartet was selected as out- umphant run ended on No. 13 v her. ] game topping off the sessions with standing players among the several division. rne-n" to wo-k this one. you see, Ray figures he has next Spring's challenger for Joe Louis., Of course, Galento may have something to say about that. I Bay is going to put his case before the Pennsylvania Boxing Com- I mission next Thursday. In the meantime, the Jacobs gentlemen- Mike the promoter and Joe (no relation), Galento's manager, are an- \\ ing mail Back On Top Oi patient to get the whole thing' straightened out. So they handed Ray an ultimatum today. Either, they said, agree to Oie fight in Philadelphia. we're going to give the Baer or Schmeling this Fall. ..*, » _ it 4-Vvivtt- f ViAV*' COOKE RETURNS AS HIT PACER Batting Heap; Ogles- bv In 2nd Place shot or to i NEW YORK 'P) -- One good man MCi ,,. ,, = -- - 'those International League pitchers "Who do they think they're kid- are havmg a hard time keeping x^__i;*-.'.-. nf H t u d f i "WrtVS. - T-S- ding," was Carlin's attitude. "Nova ' down 1S Du sty Cooke of the Roch- is still the Nc 1 man. the 'OI^L' attraction. So I won't be rushed, | ester Red wings . climbed right back on top "And if the Bennsylvania com- of the n it te rs with a 374 mark mission doesn't want to see my side , during the wee k after having been of it and Mike doesn't want to - - - - -- -- - -bring the fight into New York -then I'll have to go elsewhere wuh jny business. .. so, it was being whispered ffiat maybe the Scnmehng and Baer Tetum "to action may not be .so far-fetched. If Baer could be in- dncel to come back to tangle witn ousted last week for the first time us nearly two months Jim Oglesby. tha Buffalo cloutcr j j maintained exactiv the .373 mai-k around , with wh , ch he mov ed into the lead ago but u wasn - t go od encugh to Wltns tand the six-point spurt gtaged by Cooke Ba£;ed on gam e5 to and including the Chiefs came bactc to tase the nightcap 5-3 behind Long John Gee The Bisons had to go an extra inning -- to the eighth -- before Young Hank Nowak's Dingle sent the winning run home m the 1 opener Gee pitched a six-hitter in j tne afterpiece a three-inning contest Four of the youths attending the two sessions of me school, held in the morning and afternoon will play today at Red Wing Stadium Leon VanOrman, will oppose an outfit from the- Gorham kraut works, in a seven frame fry under the arcs, starting at 8.30 P. M. Reviving their battle of last season at Kodak Park, the Shortsville Firemen ten will travel to Avon on Thursday evening, Julv 20, meeting the Avon Cardinals on the newly lighted diamond in village. Shortsville's Doc Mike Kowal. who lost an eighteen inning game with the Cardinals, at the Kodak Park elimination quarterfinal meet last year 6 to 5, will be on the mound for the local Firemen, opposing McCoy as the probable Avon hurler. On Tuesday uight. the Paptc Shortsville Team Carves Out 8 to 3 Victory Over Canandaigua The Shortsville Mt desl Junior ten romped over the C'.naudaigua Red Jacket softballers S to 3 in a t'vilight-mght fiav played on tr-e the Avon | Shortsville Budd Park diamond lust The effectiveness of R,an on the n:r.und ior the Shcitsville te?.n kept tne Cans hitless and scorelds. until the fourth frame, when Wn- tei. the Red Jacket than baseman singled but was unable to sco;e Housel crossed the plate for the v is- itors' first tally in the fiith on m- leading money winner, having pocketed $7,077 to Nelson's fourth- place chunk of $6,087. The two are tied for the prized Harry Vardon trophy, donated by the P. G. A. on a point system that gives an accurate relative rating to their seasonal play. Nelson today had a chance to win both major titles in one year -something no one but the inimitable Sarazen has accomplished. So close did the day's battle loom that predictions of an extra-hole fight flew freely around the clubhouse. Picard has the added incentive of winning a place on the Ryder Cup team by a victory over the Pomonok Club's beetle-infested fairways. Nelson clinched his berth with his victory in the open. Incidentally, there is the little matter of $500 riding on each shot-the difference between the first- place money of $1,100 and the loser's share. Nelson 28 Under Par Nelson, in shattering the hopes of E J. (Dutch) Harrison in Harrison's first P. G. A., by a 9 and score yesterday, ran his sub par play to amazing proportions. He has played 156 holes over this stubby course in 28 under par and has had only two bogeys in 74 holes. Picard himself has produced a brand of golf that would make any male member m your family unbearable. He is 30 strokes under standard figures for 168 holes. Or, as P. G. A. President George Jacobus said, "either one will make a worthy champion." ' r S * 6 I is I score youths who turned out for ^^ lessons* from the two professional, ^g n t s .lhe'"fray"starting'"~at players Garnish and Barrv put the \ouths through sessions of coach- ._. - j_-i T^,-V«« TP-, A L U l O All 31- l»"J "·* *·***" *«·*" ££" ^"OPPO^ tff'SJS; · -gle, coming home from ttjj* Club softball outfit under the 8.30 j o'clock Sheets and Farnsworth will 'hurl for the champions. i On Friday evening, the Papec Canandaigua Town Nine Plays Cheshire Sunday Bettina Wants Return Shot at Conn's Crown Before Gus Lesnevich in 0 ' on individual pcsifons. cow - ; champions will travel to Perm Yan, Penner's long fly to deep left. The Red Jackets scored tntir re- ivainmg two tallies in the saveni,!-. when Witter reached first on nn ei- ror Fox walked, Housel struck ctu Both oasemen scored when Bradlv who was walked, was pla.ved on ai-U caught going from second to third R Cooper, on the mound for tiv BEACON '-P. -- Jimm: managei of foimer Light Team, i weignt Champion llelio Gnppo were coached m the proper stance of The Canandaigua Town Team, i weignt Champion lieho Beruna 1-opeful of cnaikms uo i:s fiist v --^aid today lie would hold Billy Den md the plate and" methods tory. will journey tomorrow to | Conn to a contract calling for a re- ' signaling. Cheshire. The Cheshire nine has , tarn Match befoie Conn i-sks the =Evm , a=piraiu for a particular won but one contest in the Powers , title he v.on from Bettma against p 0sition was then drilled in the fundamentals that make for the best playing and all were schooled in standing at the plate, running ing each of the nine players, bat- | meeting the Walkerbuilt ten on the ting, fielding and geneial skill m.yaner's diamond. The fray will playing the game. mark the second game between the Pitchers were shown how to de- two teams, the locals having deliver and stand on the mound and feated the Walkerbuilts 9 to 8 in the new method of pitching for the ' a close encounter at Shortsville catcher's anatomy, using the Sheets will hurl for the Papecs shoulders and legs for a target, while Terpoly and Finger will be I B; an delivering aiples. lather than the glove. Catchers',on the mound for the Penn "-- Canandaiguans. was conanudlly ho* water, as the Juniors pounded the pill for three hits in the opeii- frame, with both Gtagc Daily Named Director Of Minor League Ball DURHAM. N. C. (ffii -- Elmer M. Daily of Edensburg, Pa. took over his new job today of promotional director of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues. governing body of the minors. Appointment of Daily was announced by President W. G. Bramham of the association To accept the post Daily resigned his post on the minor league executive committee lepresenting the class B. C, D and E leagues To fill Daily's unexpired term on the committee Bramham appointed Dr. E. M. Wilder of Augusta, Ga. president of the South Atlantic League ten. and Vail League and is rated on a i GUS Lesne* ch par with the Canandaiguans Joe Norman, manager of the "Conn and h» manager Johnn. t Ray. can t hold a championship Canandaigua team, has again shift-i f i g jj t without im consent. Grippe i an d other tricks that aid a batter ed his lineup in an effort to obtain | asserte( j. Ttay'it would be a fight folks have j Wednesday tlie ten leaders and ties been talking of for a long time., included Cooke 374; Oglesby .373: And Baer, who can add one a na ! Maunce van Robajs. Montreal one as well as the next guy, pro- 34 _. J(jhn Dlckshot . jersey City bftbly wouldn't need much coaxing 344 -^ urraV Howell. Baltimore, .339: to take the tussle when he real- i Jad _ sturdv Roche ster 335: Lou izes what it would draw in Phila- j Boudreau Buffalo. .334: Bob Porter. delphia. In that event. Schmeling Toronto . S vracuse. 327; Morris could be brought across the big Jonex Jersev CUv . .326. Joe Martin. pond again for a shot at Nova. (Buffalo. 326- Dick West. Baltimore. Probable Derby Horses .326. the winning combination In the lineup Dinny Jacque will probably be at third. Frank Furfure at short. Mike Lenzi Kip I Clark or Charles D'Agostino at second and Danny Valvano on first Outfield candidates are Aneie Cor- , mo. Ham- Brand, Jimmy McCarthy and Alex Perotto. Joe Musolino will be on the mound, with Norman catching the doubles lead with 30 to his leadership in making hits, of which he has 122 and scoring, with 74 runs Teammate Oihe Carnegie continued to lead m batting in run 1 with a total of 70 and in home n«n. with 18 while another B'.^on Mai Negotiations - vere started jester- 1 Each one attending the school was ! given' a chance to take his raps. daj to na\e Conn Pittsburgh boy ] some went down swinging while -.vho -.von the championship inurs- | others bineled or got long hits, da in p siam-bang bailie at Madison Srmaie Garden pu: the title on the "leek against Lesnevich in PittPburgn in Septe.iiber. Prcm^'-c. IVIi^.e Jacobs and Art of Pittsburgh conferred on io \%hich would have Conn Pcone tne p ii he tina \jml.e ·Conn in 120 ! rc'i to LO One graduate of the schools, held in 26 cities as far west as Detroit and as far south as Savannah. Ga.. has graduated to the big leagues, being a starting piteher on the Washington Senators. He is Walt Mastersbn Others are getting a toe r take Leslie-.icl~ give Bei(hold in professional baseball in the leturn go probably in No- minor lea gues. m . he Ga-den Ray said he ' 111.115 Conn lor Lesnevich. to said his contract with J ipulatea a return bout vvith- fioni Julv 13 He plan Sport's Mirror (By The Associated Press) Todav A Year Ago -- Paul Runyan. White Plains, ^on P G. A. Yan ! tpHied with a single. Ru-,r and Boo ' iioitz and Barry each singled m tne stconcl M score one tun and the locals went scoreless m the third aurt ! icurth frames. 1 In tne fifth mnmg. R. HolU open-1 cd up with a single, but v;as caugl', f.cing home Childs got a life o; 1 first on an error and Lewis walkeJ Stage struck out and Ryan d^ove a Daily, who succeeds the late Joe and i F. Carr as promotional director, has been a league president continuously since 1926 He is president ^ of the Pennsylvania State Association. His headquarters will be at Edensburgh. Grand Circuit Trotters In Goldsmith Maid Trot I Standings of Clubs i-, i . Porter. Martin and Sturdv climb- | Joe Mack. ha.s .stolen the mo- ed into the select circle at the exit QiiffnlL HnUnS P 6 " 56 of Jlm AsbsJ! ° : Rochester Al oUllUlli lFUnllO |an d Mickev Witek ol Newark, who skidded out BOSTON -- Eleven probable Aside from Cooko the week's bat-- candidates for next year's Kentucky i t.i.g .star '*a, Boudreau. who r.ddcd bases. 16. Dickshot .still is leading in tnpic 1 - \\ith 11 and Johnny Gee of Svra- cu.-*. although beaten dunnp thr week, outranks all other hu/lcr with 12 uctones and three defeats 10 Kcvv York t"day for j nc'-'o'.ia'ion.-- '· j Tn-1 A,'i! nal BOMII-J Association § ,'ni «.vi .incticn to the Conn-; |bc'tina Diner on condition Lc'^ne- i ' i- '.en cain consideration a A ch.ji'i.Lcr The Cliff-Kie N* J \ f _ i / U i "ii pionuntu^c in the light ;i\v . f ,r.t i:I* is:in by knocking out Dn.c C!ai!: o: Dclioi' derby and Preakness will go to the . post'today in Suffolk Downs' ncn- est event for two- car-olds, the $10.000 - added Mayflower stakes over five and a half furlongs Although H. P Headley't, Stacc- ] fright, which will be coupled with | Titilator. and the Maemerc farm s , Dos, drew the top impost of 119 pounds, it appeared likely C. V. i Whilcney's* Flight Command would i capture the public"*, fancy. i Fn$ft Command was assignee j 110 pounds Ihe .same as Arnold | ' Hanger's Roman Flag, which finished preparations lor thi- event | by working a ha3f-mile an 47 2-5 on I an off track. ' The others named o*crnjiht '*-rc J H. Louchhcim's Smart Bel. B F | Lister's One O One «ic Brandon ruble's Pasv Out, W E Boeing's Dodger. J W Y. Martin* Abrasion | and the H H Stock term A Dtr} Sx.ramcr, m lightest International Leapuc Ycslerd.iVs RvMilts Rnch~'- t er T Bn'.Uino i- 4 (Ni^-ht game i Jer'-e-' Cif 2 Toionto 0 N i n h t p a m r i M«nir"al ? N f a i k 5 'KiTiil "nmn Buffalo 3. S%ran«.f 2 ' l i SPORT THRILLS GALORE AT STATE FAIR Second Stringers' Run In $10,000 Added Tap NEW YORK /? *nd ChaHcdon tal.t -- Johnvtoivji hr flar off 1o- anrl gnc the " among i A H Bull' 5 ' Vohlaut and W E | Boeings PoTtitr« Mite a chance 10 i collect somt TnnncT"' cash :u the 33s1 running oi Iht- 410WD andi-ci | Bntpirf City hanri.cap | Although Volitant i- a-s impre- t dlctabte a« a pair oi d:ce a i o | f*n*rV Mite i« regarded a^ .tric.- i « sprint tr these two figure lo go as the favorites m the i Jurlong gallop among the food-purfS nominated for the three - nm are John Hay Whit- B«»»h«r Broom, third in the Derb\, and the Max, ·Bneh-tfttnrd pair of Brazado and ' liwMteT coopted as ih« Mrs Parker OonUnt - KMif ranch entty. ·i; r o. mm uo ., Tram standings Won I r . . .Ml '-. Clt^" ."ift 48 V, 47 47 i t . . 33 SO N'atinmil Lca««c Vrstrrd.i\ Rr^uJts on 10. W Loin- 4 York 4 Cin'jnnali 1 ~'V-.n 14. Pri\*m"l- 3 ww-. -·Clj«3i3]-c3i Tram Pel- 588 583 478 440 .452 .398 \\nn 4S rt. 347 i, " l l K .1 Pro 1; "-"i ] on, Pin 'j, r h j', r i 101 1 P .j l i i r ] ) J J 47 ament Tliree Years Age--Harold SmalJ- v.ood U S 4CO meter champion, \vas stricken v ith appendicitis attack enroute to Berlin Oljmpics Five Years Ago -- Zell Eaton. Oklahoma Ciu von western amateur golf title his first major championship, on 21st birthday ter's head for a homer to clinch a ^ ,ctor\ for his teammates. Otteman. the Cans' shortstop, d.cvc out a t~ipl2 m the sixth, for th" onlr Red Jt-ckct extra base hit of the fia;. Summary: RH E Canandaigua 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 - 3 3 2 Slicrtsville 2 1 0 C 4 0 x-3 11 2 The traffic death rate in the United States last year was 129 for every 100,000.000 vehicle miles. Batteries: Canrxndaigua. R Coop- i cr and J. Fox: Shortsvillc Ry.n and , Gallahan: umpires. C Ruggles and ' K Reed. OLD ORCHARD BEACH. Me. (/P) --A frisky field of four-year-old I Grand Circuit trotters, eager to go, tuned up today for the delayed running of the $2,900 Goldsmith Maid trot. E. J. Merkle's Long Key, which did practically everything but won the 1938 Hambletoman, topped the list of seven scheduled starters. Dita. with Sep Palin in the sulky and Bill Hughes' Champlain were others. The race was to have been a feature of yesterday's program, but rain washed out the entire card. Ameruan i r i j u - i / rn*',i'" ,.ij M 11 ^ l i - ' ; i · ,, , -· i · , . i i \f Yn ·. frwn in* 1 thrillin? sixrj vuih ti« inaugural of S to he pr ij^ mil at t"hi Jill the Fiir s ir \ b ' Vnrt I,'*! T f i . 44 1 v?; 40 '.', ''."' AD y-, Y J / J , : 37 5i.i 33 47 413 . SO 4*: 335 22 54 2«9 am of THE CLASSIFIED Deoartmen' , senes you as you would be served When Families Sell Their Furniture There are many sorts of contingencies in which a family may have occasion to dispose of desirable furniture. Moving to a new location, for example, often discloses different home furnishing requirements. Managers of Canandaigua offices arc sometimes transferred o other cities and furniture is sold to save the cost of transportation. If you are in the market for a dining-room suite or separate chairs or fables or other articles, shop first through the HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE Columns of The Daily Messenger. This plan will frequently save you considerable money as you will obtain attractive and modern furniture at what are often sacrifice prices. Thrifty people should know of these hundreds of opportunities for attractive savings by shopping frequently through the Daily Messenger Want Ad Columns- Turn to the Want Ad paijc this very evening and note the scope of the various offerings. When you yourself have occasion to advertise, be sure to obtain The Daily Messenger Want Ad advertising rates. · · Read and Use the Classified Columns C a l l 8 9 7 The Daily Messenger Ask for the Classified Department

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