The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 21, 1939 · Page 7
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 7

Canandaigua, New York
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Friday, July 21, 1939
Page 7
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TimTATT,Y MB8SENGBR. CANANDAIGUA, N. Y, FRIDAY, JULY 21,1989. Wings Rout Buffalo, 7*0, as Ryba Hurls His Twelfth,Victory (By the Associated Press) Judging from the excellent pitching performances so far this week, the 1 International League hurlers at last have reached that mid-season form that managers talk about so longingly in April and May. Roy Joiner of Jersey City led off the week with a three-hitter against Buffalo on Sunday. Hank Borowy hurled Newark to a 10-2 victory over Rochester the same day and allowed the Red Wings only six safeties. Johnny Gee and Ted Kleinhans, both of Syracuse, came through with five-hitters to beat Toronto twice in Wednesday nights' twin bill to atone for a five- hit shutout which Charley Fisch(%had handed the Chiefs on Monday, and last night's performances were cast in the same admirable mold. Rochester's veteran Mike Ryba showed the way with a four-hit job to give the Red Wings a 7-0 decision over Buffalo. Four Bison errors contributed materially to the Red Wing scoring. Ryna's victory was his twelfth of the season and increased Rochester's lead over the third-place herd while cutting City's margin to two and half games. The league-leading little Giants themselves were victims of some fancy elbowing on the part of Jack Tising, who bested Rollie Stiles in a pitchers' battle to give Syracuse a 2-0 triumph in the series opener. Each yielded five hits but an error by Alban Glossop, plus Stiles' balk, set the stage for Kroners' single which drove in the winning runs. The win, fourth in a row, moved Syracuse up to within a half game of third place. · Kemp Wicker of Montreal and Earl Caldwell of Toronto battled 11 innings and allowed only seven and nine hits, respectively, before Wicker made a wild pitch with the bases full. That let Bob Elliott romp home with the run that gave Toronto a 3-2 decision. Mickey De- Jonghe hit a home run with one aboard in the second for the Leafs. In the afternoon game. Rookie Dan Kerr gave up only six hits for Baltimore but lost, 5-3, to Newark Boy Magnate? 14 GOLF CLUBS ENTER TOURNEY Women's Finger Lakes Meet Slated July 28 At Auburn Charles A. Comiskey, 2nd, 13, (above) may become the youngest major league baseball magnate by inheriting the Chicago White Sox from his late father, J. Louis Comiskey. The elder Comiskey said in 1931 that the White Sox would never be sold; that the club would remain a family enterprise, win or lose. AUBURN--Fourteen golf clubs will be represented in the third annual Women's Finger Lakes Oolf tournament to be held Friday July 28, starting at 9:30 A. M., over the 18 hole course of the Auburn Country Club, overlooking Owasco lake. There will be 18 holes of medal play, the championship trophy to be awarded the club having the five lowest scores. There will be an individual championship trophy for the player having the lowest gross score, and many other added prizes will be awarded. Mrs. Perry Leary, chairman of the tournament committee, announced today that the course would be open the day before the tourney without greens fees for practise sessions for entrants. Clubs entered include Corning Country Club, Penn Yan Country Club, Cortland Country Club, Hornell Country Club. Glen Spring:; I Country Club of Waverly. Biiurham- JBath Country Club. Ithaca Coun| try Club Auburn Country Club, El; mira Country Club, Shepherd Hills i Country lub of Wa\erly, Bingham- I ton Country Club, Higi^and Golf j Ciub of Auburn. Seneca Falls | Country Club and Geneva Coun- j try Club*. ,The tournament will be | the biggest women's golf compet- ; ition this year in the lake country. Assisting Mrs. Leary on the tournament committee are Mrs. G. Perry Ross, Mrs. Milton Marshall, Mrs. Fred P. Ernsberger, Mrs. Lloyd Austin. Mrs. WL'liarn Henry and Mrs. Prank Mitchell Jr. White Sox Mourn Comiskey on a four-bagger hit by Walter Judnich in the eighth with two jmen on. That big blow gave George Wash- fcurn his eighth victory against nine defeats. The former Kansas City hurler held the Orioles to nine safeties and himself set off the deciding eighth-inning rally with a single. CHISOX BLANK BOSTON, 4 TO 0 Rapid Climb Of Chicagoans Obscured By Latest Antics Of Yanks Wearing- black armband's and facing the half-staffed flag in cen- tei-field at their home park in Chicago, the White Sox paid silent tribute to J. Louis Comiskey, president and owner of the club, after his death at Eagle River, Wis. Here are three of the players as they lined up with bared heads in front of the stands during a game with the Boston Red Sox. Reds' Pilot Sees Team Grow Stronger Through Pitching NEW YORK (ifi--Bill McKechnie great play of a man often over-look- says his Cincinnati Reds are going I ed in evaluating the Reds. Though to play better ball from here on. which is bad news for seven other National League clubs. It might be Jaken, in fact, as a prediction the pkeds will meet the Yankees in the next World Series, except that McKechnie would scalp any one who quoted him as making such a prophecy. "We're going along Craft is hitting only .258. Bill pointed out, he has knocked in the 'in-' pressive total of 45 runs, one more (By The Associated Press) Wonder what kind of super-ethyl £as Jimmy Dykes is using in that White Sox machine of his? The Chicagoans. in case you've been busy watching the Yankees, have won 15 of their last 19 games, have risen from the depths of fifth place to a challenging position in what is left of the American League race, and are just three and one- half games back of the runner-up Boston Red Sox. Until two days ago the Sox hadn't been able to shut out an opponent but now they are boasting about than has Arnovich of the Phils, the \ a pa i r O f whitewashing jobs. league's leading hitter. He has won' a half-dozen tight games with long The second consecutive one came yesterday, and the Red Sox were blows in the late innings, like 1m; the victims by a 4-0 score as Thorn- disputed ^ homer that started the [ton Lse turned in a nine-hit job j two games to offer but both were important in the general scheme of things. The Pittsburgh Pirates, not feeling a bit sorry for the battered Giants, jumped from sixth to fourth place by virtue of their 8-4 victory over the taped-up Terriers. That shoved the New Yorkers down to sixth place, just a game and a half out of seventh. Elbie Fletcher of the Pirates homered in the seventh with two on base. The defeat was the New Yorkers' sixth straight, their longest losing streak of the campaign. The Boston Bees, humming merrily along with seven wins in 10 games since the All-Star contest, offered an unbeatable combination in stopping the Cubs again, this time by 2-1. Sailor Bill Posedel hurled six-hit ball and Rabbit Warstler had a perfect day at bat and a nigh-perfect one afield, subbing for the injured Eddie Miller. READ THE DAILY MESSENGER PAPECIMATS PHELPS IN 8TH Champions Eke Out 14 To 13 Victory In Extra Inning Contest SHORTSVILLE -- The Papec Ensilage Champions edged out the Phelps Softball ten last evening, 14 to 13, in a free hitting eight frame fray played on the Budd Memorial diamond. Dick Ryan, pitching for the £t\- silage ten, kept the visitors scoreless in the first two frames, but was nicked for two hits in the third, when Dunning singled, Smith struck out and B. McAllister walked. Overslaw doubled to right, sending the runners home, while F. McAllister reached first on an error, both men- tallying later oil an infield misp^-tb ntt Phelps four! runs. The fourth'frame ended in five more runs for Phelps on hits by Helmer, Bllxertff£luiininK and Smith coupled *4trV awWror and a free pass to Overslaw. The Phelp- sans tallied their remaining four runs in the fifth on singles by Trav- I is and Heimer and a triple by Smith after Bliven reached first on an error and Dunning walked. Guard, Phelps' hurler. struckout a total of 13 Papec batters but was touched for 12 hits. Gallahan, who homered in the first frame, to tally two runs, drove out the pill for his second four bagger in the extra eighth frame, to put the locals in the win column. W. Walborn, Walker and Parmalee starred for the Papecs with singles. Bliven, replacing Guard on the mound for the visitors in the sixth frame, allowed but three hits in the remaining three innings of the fray. Summary: Phelps . . . 0 0 4 5 4 0 0 0--13 11 6 Sh'tsville . 2 3 0 5 0 0 3 1--14 12 6 Batteries: Phelps, Guard, Bliven and Helmer; Shortsville. Ryan and VanOrman. ANOTHER FREE BUICK AMERICAN AT Dibble's Lake Shore Station 3 Customs receipts for the port of Halifax, N. S., in June were $382,439, an increase of $65,073 over the total in June, 1938. About 90,000 safety razor blades are used annually in Hollywood studios for scraping and splicing', film. ' TTTTTlir All Kinds Of Lumber Roofifir Needs Metal Roofing Shingles Fencing Needs Window Glass From the Dements and Natural Enemies! Right now the weather is nice--but what about the time when your crops are all harvested, will you be able to store them safely? Look over your barn and other buildings -- do you see protection for your crops or do you see buildings that are leaky and weakened by years . of storms? Investigate Your Farm Tomorrow! ;-!-.S :, H*r*w**t -' Cement Bt«du Dry Cement Paint* Flooring Metal Work Drain file Call 23 For a Free Estimate On Modernizing Your Farm! : . THOMPSON'S "We Deliver Anywhere" : Coal--Wood^--Standard Kerosene Foot of Coy Street Cariandaigua, N. Y. Everything to Build Anything very nicely," was what the Reds' pilot actually said. "I think we're going to be better, too. Our pitching is improving steadily. The rest of the club has been better than the pitching, but now we're getting the Giants' downfall. Also important, he that was backed up by four neatly very nicely.: is one of the game's most brilliant,executed double plays. Holders. | Included in the Chicago upswing Naturallv. McKechnie is tickled i since the first of the month is a with the fine third-basing of Bill! sweep of the St. Louis series, two Werber. whom he picked up for S25.- i out of three over Cleveland, a clean COO last Spring after the American .sweep of three'games with Detroit. League had waived him cut. Though i a l° st series to Philadelphia, two hiUing but .280. We-bsr has scored! straight victories over Washington Walters h-'- c 139 large, valuable runs. He hasj a n d last the four-out-of-five tri- pitched great ball right" along, but! rounded out the best infield in the;Umph over the Red Sox' ycu can't win a pennant with two'league. ; "ianks Win 8th Straight right balance. "Derringer and pitchers. Now Johnny Vander Meer is getting his control back and LSI- McKechnie either is astonishingly i However, all that leaves them still .smart in his player deals lately, or; ?omcthing short of the Yankees. Grissom is gaining confidence that, I just, downright lucky. In his deal i who are at it again. The cham- his arm is well again. Junior i with the Phils last year he had his i dons took No. 8 in a row from the Thompson is pitching such great re- I choice of two pitchers. Bucky Wai- St. Louis Browns by 2-1 yesterday lief ball that I'm going to have co make him a regular starter." So there you are. If the Reds have- been able to gain eight lengths over their rather drab rivals with only a two-man mound staff, it stands to reason they are going to be wolves "And by the way." said nie. "what's all this yelling about the Giants" injuries? We've got a few ourselves. We beat Brooklyn the trrs and Hugh Mulcahy. He took i in a game that was not quite as Walters, a reformed thirci-bpseman. close as it sounds. Red Ruff ing's and now has the league's leading' four-hit pitching, for his 13th win pitcher. i 01 ~ inc year, was more impressive Walters, ironicallv. is cne of the world's worsi relief fiingers. Kechnte said he sent Bucky in three the year, was more i then the fact the Yanks got 13 1 hits and threatened to bust loose helped Washing, ,, j - . *i.- i UODDV Jtsiaieua iisipeu WUMIHIIJ- the rest of the way. times to rescue a mate this season j t - g _- vjctorv an(J a £ McKech- and he lest all three. That accounts ,,, Hlc , _ pr5 -,. _... ,,:. nptmit Tjfr . Walters" losses up to of the series over the Detroit Tig- for half of now. None of the Reds will talk pen- j pour-base "biows by HViik "Green- other night with three regulars 012 ;-ant. but Secretary Gabe Paul wen! j | 3erg E ar j Averill and Roy Cullen- the bench--Goodman. Loir.bardi and so far as to admit they would havc|^j ne " couldn't match, in "effective- Craft Our reserves are coming an awful seating problem on their neES the Estalella round-tripper. hands in Cinciiuiali if they should "j n " tne ot her American League reach the World Scries. They can j tussle. Mel Harder of Cleveland had pack only 29.000 into Crosley Field ; to pitch himself out of a lot of Gabc said, but he thought mayor ] trouble before he came up with a they could install some temporary ! 3-2 decision over the stubborn bleachers in the street back of the i Philadelphia Athletics. left -field lencc. The National League had only through fine, especially Bordagaray. We've got a whole substitute outfield, but we're not hollering." The temporary loss of his cente~- fielder. Harry Craft, with an infect- throat gave McKechnie an np- rUmitv to call attention to the ers when he banged a home run in the eighth with" a mate aboard. 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