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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., TUESDAY, JULY 25,1939. ·^^^^""""" J " 1 "" -- Afl Star Ten Shades fShortsville, 7-6, as Juniors Rout Palmyra Uwln* In a twilight softball en- ooiinter, played on the diamond at Rtd. Jacket Park last night, the ghortavilie Papec Champs, felt d«fe*t at the hands of the Canan- 4ftiftta All Stars in a close battle that ended 7 to 6. Although the local ei^ilage men outhit the Cans 11 to 8, B. Oberdorf kept the Papec bingles scattered throughout the fray, limiting any serious threat. The Cans hopped on the slow twisters served up by Sheets in the first two frames to. tally two runs in each inning. The' Papec fourth frame netted the Champs two runs on hits by 5FORW ROUNDUP By EDDIE BRIETZ NEW YORK UP) -- Tattle Tales: The lowdown on the Dizzy Dean case Is just what everyone suspect- Arch Walborn, Will Walborn and Gallahan. The ensilage ten knotted the score at four each in the fifth inning, when VanOrman reached first on an error and Parmalee marked up the two tallies on his long drive over the head of Cooper for a home run. Three hits and a fielder's choice play In the sixth frame put the Pa- pecs out in front, 6 to 4, but the Cans scored three tallies in their sixth on a double by Diagitino and singles by Musilino, Sparano and B. Oberdorf, to win out the one point margin route. In the night fray on the Shortsville Budd Park' diamond last night, the Shortsville Mt. Crest Juniors took a lopsided victory over the Palmyra Catholic ten of the Church league, 11 to 3, behind the three hit pitching of Dick Ryan. The Juniors took a commanding lead in the first frame, scoring three runs on Lewis' single, Davis' double arid Gallahan's home run to clear the sa:ks. The Palmyrans tallied in the second when Hogan, who had trippled. came home on a pass raSP K lUSIr Wllab evei.wuc ^w^^^^u »*--«. rr-~ - case v ju^ Betti who blew I ba n. The sixth frame netted the hte title'to Billy Conn, is being com-i visitors their final two runs on a MS uue B |j roadwav hat check walk given to Dohse and singles by Crowley and Griffin. ' The Mt. Cresters walked with the encounter, scoring runs in both the fifth and sixth away three forted ^j -- cutie". -. Z. C. Cleveinger, Indianas athletic director, is going to vacation in North Carolina and Wallace Wade tr'haSaTM "A! Hortak, fmmes~orTa"totai of five hits. For- s^nT^^st 3;S^3f^pi : es. Scores: 2b P Oberdorf. r . R. Catalfamo. rf M. Lenzi, 3b . T. Stiggins. Ib . Xisuc euiyjit «"·» "-·" - ---fight Billy Conn in Pittsburgh . . . New York papers tried to steam up a cheering section for the Giants | when, they left for the West, but it was no dice. ·Tie This One. The score card sold in the Beau- ~ cf rnont (Tex.) Park says the longest ^ t c ball-game on record was played at, ^ _^ uso!ino ss Eagle'Pass, Tex.. July 4, 1928 - . · D Sporano lf . BeiihninfT at 10 A. M. twoi local o £ erdon teams batted till 7 P. M. when the ] - e was called at the end oi;the ua 'inning with the score 129 to| j- · ' One of the shortstops made | p ape c terrors in one inning. i A. Walborn. Ib ! W. Walborn. 2b Personal Mention: Bo M'Millm. j Gallahan. 3b . Indiana football coach, is painting Farnsworth. cf his house . . . Bobby Walthour. the Wa i ker . if . . old "bike rider, is out of the hospi-1 var.Orman. c . tal 'and is back on the job in the j p arrna iee, rs . M-G-M studios on the c o a s t . . . we | Q arno . r . . . don't "know Carl Stoerck, new pres-] Copey rf . . ident of the National Football Lea- j Eheets p . . . cue but everybody says the club, r '_.. u.,'4- viQ^c madp a smar- xctal AB R H PO A E 5 3 0 3 5 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 9 HOME DIAMONDS SHOULD BE AID But Sometimes Visiting Teams Don't Know This Baseball Axiom (By The Associated Press) It's hard to see any way to keep the current major league loaders fiom improving their positions during their home stands which get under way today, but. by way ol warning, a couple of visiting teams from other sections may be red hot. New York's mighty Yankees and Cmcmnali'.s Reds looks practically invincible on their recent road tours. The Yanks won nine out oi 12 games to even up their six- straight losing streak. They not only showed all their usual batting pow- ei. but had so much good pitching that Manager Joe McCarthy was hard put to give his moundsmen more than one workout a week. The Reds didn't hit so hard, but they didn't have to with the kind of flinging they got from Paul Derringer. Bucky Walters. White/ Moore and Co. Home Crowds Should Aid And it's axiomatic in baseball thai any team should be able to do bet-; ter in familiar surroundings than | ii can while traveling from onr J strange park to another. j So much for the leaders, taut how about such contenders as the Chicago White Sox. Boston Bees and (don't laugh) the New York Giants? Onlv the Pale Hose are in position to bid for the lead but they're all m good spots to cause trouble. The White Sox open at Boston today with a doubleheader against the second-place Red Sockers. The Bos- FML Yanks, Sign Ball For Him 2 SCHOOLBOYS PACEPUBLINX Youths Lead Field Into 2nd Qualifying 1 Round Of Public Links Test MOUNT PLEASANT GOI.P COURSE. Baltimore (A') -- Two .schoolboys from Seattle and Allan- ta led the field qualifying round Single in 9th Frame By Syracuse Pitcher Beats Red Wings, 24' (By The Associated Press) j ably the most exciting of them all. on the 6,885-yard tropical heat and Joe Trala, 11, of Buffalo, N. Y., displays a ball autographed by president Roosevelt and all of the New York Yankees--A reward for courage shown after a train ran over his foot, necessitating amputation of his rifht leg. The ball was given him'by Rep. Pius L. Schwcrt (D-NY), former bif league catcher. Johnstown Loss Attributed To His Being a 'Sprinter' NEW YORK (/P) -- The older generation of race track men. always slow to enthuse about a new '·super-horse" like Johnstown, are run that far. His only workout at Arlington before the race was a fast half-mile. In the old days, if a hoise was going to run a mile and a into the second n^.^.^ of the National Public Links Golf Championship that was to carve the list of 177 entrants clown to the championship round of 54 by dusk tonight. Eighteen-year-old Gerry Bert. Jr.. 206-pound Pacific Northwest Adonis banged out a sub-par 70 yesterday layout despite _ _ _ . . _ _ humidity that had the pack gasping Jike beached fish, canyon-deep traps and narrow fairways lined with rough tangled hke a hermit's whisker.-*. A stroke behind and playing brilliantly, was Lanky Luke Barnes, 19. of Atlanta, the only other contestant to crack par on this slroke- eating, woe-stricken links. Bert's 70. compact of three birches, one buzzard that descended on his card when he topped a No. 4 wood, and 14 pars, set a new competitive record for the lengthened course. 4 Equal Par Figures Four of the field managed to equal par figures. They were Mike Gestone 35-year-old Montclair, N J. postman, Don Erickson. Los Angeles, Ralph A. Reed. Lincoln. Neb., and Arthur Armstrong who came 5.000 miles from Hawaii for IJ all HIP International League mr.naiprs who last Spring remarked: "Wail until the hot weather comet and our pitchers round into mid-s'javon form" were put together and reminded of those words, they probably would display a colossal need oi headache remedies. Very fow of the league's ha clubs been getting consistently good flinging, although the league-lead- ins Jersey Giants and the Syracuse l's have come the closest to that. ,, tons won nine games and lost five in Bas i ca iiy. they contend, the win- 0 the west and they just about had to ngr Qf ^ Ken " tuc jjy Derby still is · in order to keep their truce-game] sprinter anc j no t a distance run- margin over the Chicagoans. The j nef On cmain daySi they admit. White Sox. who have climbed fcin loge to lookin g iik e a Lt Lit' · iUi ot- nrwc uwiiiiowvdf ··**» ***···· . . -- -- ^ ^. not particularly surprised that Wil- quarter race he was out there run- liam Woodward's big colt caught j ning a mile and a quarter in his another licking from Challedon in j workouts." the Arlington Classic. 0 0 0 31 7 10 21 12 0 A B R H P O A E 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 Now, Da\e was urged, could he quite reconcile Johnstown's brilliant record this Summer in distance classics with the thought that he was essentially a sprinter. 1 ) U 1 V I N^l^-fc, · * - - . , ' - . - -- . - -- . fifth place on July 1 into third witn 18 victories in 25 games, took nine out of 13 from their eas r «rn rivals including two of three from the Yanks. And what's most important they've come up with fiAe starting he comes close to looking like a j -it's a little difficult," Dave pay-a;-you-p:uy Armstrong, with an oil-smooth perfect combination of the two. But. in the long run. he's a son of Jamestown, and Jamestown was a sprinter. mitted. ' because he's a great colt and probably will win some more long races this year, including the Lawrence Realization at a mile and if vou had seen The suggestion, therefore, that | one-half. But "something" was wrong with i Jamestown as many times as I . _ -v . . - .'. ,. ,^,-. ,-] i _ TM , . m *n .« nrrti-ili-5 l»«r«t* ii"Vn f- T*m rrot -- *·*·-·* - -- * «sfirnfM nillE \viio \vnjAis wif** u«im-'juv ?·** «« **.--** v » ,,-,,.__ ,--., _ nitchers who can go the rou,e. j jTM^.^ hl Sat urday's mile-and- have you would know what I'm get- »».ui.. i*TM*** R»« i a . quarter test brought only a | ting at. doubting smile from Dave Heighten, j .Up al Saratoga I saw him lead Pitching Boosts Bees The Bees were the only team tc get an even break against rhe four western clubs that are filling the National League's first division. And they. too. have the pitch- to go places. They've suffered x* couldn't have made a smar ter-choice . . . Dewey ^^."f arts as booking agent for 38 fight- STand frequently has a_ dozert or 29 6 10 18 6 3 the veteran chart man who watches them all run day after day. Winter and Summer. "Lame?" lie said. "No, I dont think anything was the matter with Equipoise at e\ery pole for seven! furlongs. It took some sprinting to .swing and no nerves was one 01 the favorites to go to the semifinals, at least. He played like a golfing robot set for unerring pal- production in his round today. Marshall Springer. Chicago, Paul GenmTj. Dayton. O.. Andy Oliveri. Washington." D. C.. Al Huegelmeysr, Baltimore Louis Ovr. Vancouver, Wash., and Stan Kroll. Utica. N. Y.. posted 73's yesterday. Harry Kaufman, Lincoln. Neb., Wes Bemer. Portland. Ore, Ted. Gwin. Tulsa. Jack Tauiman. Columbus. Ind.. Walter Lynch. Utica Bill Birofka, Summit, N. J . Leonard Egbert, Los Angeles, and Ed. Johnston. Baltimore, were safe to qualify if they could match their first round 74's today. Defending Champ. Cards To Outside the charmed circle were And somebody at Syracuse deserves honorable mention for bringing Jack Tising and Mike Meola, castoffs iiom lower ranking clubs, into win- in ng form to round out the Chiefs' staff. Yet there are days and nights when it seems as if the managers' prediction might come true. There was a sample yesterday when no fewer than five excellent mound performances winning and losing, were on a four-game program. Giants Lead at 5 Games Rollis Stiles of Jersey City tossed a rue-hitter at Toronto's last-place Maple Leaf's to win 5-3 and increase the Little Giants' lead to five games. A! Smith and Sal Maglie combined on a five-hit job for Buflalo against i- six-hitter by George Washburn ot Newa:k and the Bisons won 4-2. Then Tising and Rochester's Mike Rvba hooked up in a duel in which tlie former gave six hits- and the h.iter seven. Syracuse won it 2-1 v.hcn the pitcher turned hitter and singled home the winning run in the ninth. Oddly, the one game that had no top-flig"ht mound work was prob- Bultimore's Orioles walloped Mon tveal 15-8 to go into a virtual tin with the losers for sixth place. Besides all the hitting, there was the season's first triple play, engineered by Lillard. Corbett and Etten \\hon Maurice Van Robays smacked a liner right info Lillard's hands w i t h two on base in the second inn- Homers MarK Up Wins That triple killing dimmed Montreal's hopes of overcoming the 6-0 , lead the Orioles piled up in the first inning when Howell and Gill both banged home runs. Homers also figured in two other | triumphs. Al Glossop smacked his second in as many days for Jersey City, but it was shorter hits which | finally gave the Little Giants their winning runs in the seventh. Lou Boudreau and John Tyler accounted lor three cf Buffalo's runs by the home run route and Frank Kelleher produced both of Newark's the .samel \\ay. Singles and an error turned 1" trick for Syracuse. Walters got the way to third in the last in when Dusty Cooke booted his _^ bagger and that set the stagey Tising's winning poke. PAPEC PLAYS TONIGHT SHORTSVILLE -- The Papec j Champions will be hosts to the Gar-1 lock packing ten of Palmyra in a seven-inning encounter starting all 8:30 o'clock tonight under the lights! at Budd Park. P. M. Farnsworth will pitch for the locals. Texas is the nation's leading] sheep-producing state. furlongs. It took some sprinting to ^TMjed -dge bovs " those with do that. So I know Johnstown has | J^e ra^gea .u,e j ^ ^.^ that great early speed and desire t o ' '° a 01 o\e-. a. ,,· . run from his father. The evidence i75's I the vision. nwjL iuc. LUU. iinv,. n»~ ! i_amer ne omu. i»", ·»· ««" - niai gicai, cau succu ii»u ucom- i M p pVinrp nf keenin 0 ' "err sveet and ms to go places. They've sufferec think an} - til ing was the matter with run from hls father. The evidence TM cnore ° · ^ " t d ' ' v of tl , ev - n f i cm injuries which almost wrecked him except that he - s primarily a that he inherited distance from | "TM unaei ye.. .. ^ - ^-^ their infield, and their mound main- cprimer and d i d n't feel like running , his mother's side, on the other, is J "^ totaled toni-ht and the 64 stavs may be almost old enough t o i j race that day . Horses, you a j lttle ske tchy. Some of us aren't | ±,_ mDi " mr ro ,- =rd b or t hs award- . . . -r^.^i. T -- . » TT.-.-*--f *i A ' T l l T I . . * . - _ _ _i -- .;...»*. 141*n -,^-f-t .. *.. + , _ i t i_ T « l l t- -- ..^ i-f. \. litilll yn^tcii-M-' L\J ·.*.*.***. « -- - ~* stavs may be almost old enough to I j race that day . Horses, you a Jlttle ske tchy. Some of us aren't | "';"":"--collect pensions. But Lou Fette. Milt | knov _. have their days, just like we satisfied vet. though I'll have to ; ^ · p ' Shcffner. Danny MacFayden. Bui havg _ j admlt he loolced i ike he could have ! f, efendino . c Shortsville R H E 0 0 0 2 2 2 0--6 11 5 Canandaigua . 2 2 0 0 0 3 x--7 8 1 CTS SHU ireqUciitij 1*0- «· ~~ vetuaiiuciASua . A T ^ W W V W * - · " i more going the same night. The Some runs% parmalee; triples C. j t h smart Jimmy Dykes will be a mor ( D . Agosti , 10 ccoper: doubles. C. D'-1 ar important man than ever in tne j Ago , linc new White Sox set up. i R H E Posedel. Jim Turner and Fred Frankhouse all are turning in winning performances. The Giants have lost nine straight «"U t i i c v u n i t , t - , . left They've supped from second 10 sixth in the standings, but they're ' Johnstown sprinted himself out | gol:e on running al! day when he in the first half-mile, beating off i won the Derby." . Defending champion Al Leach. Technician, and when Challedon came up with his late rush Johns- Cleveland shaky 75. v.as tecterinr; with If Dave sounds a trifle contra-, The Harding Cup competitor ii J_/d * t. OW *H»**v*i t". i.iij.jv-' ^-_.i.«»t» X I I C AiCll Ulllg) VX W j ^ vs-***f ·---·- came up witn ms law: rusn dmms- dlctory j n spots, it can be said t h a t , f or three-man teams will he decici- town just didn't have enough leit, hg ^ no m ' 0 r e puzzled over Johns- i e d today. Los Angeles, defending to answer him. A horse doesn't have | t ;.,.. n s behavior than are those who · champion, had a half-way mark of to be lame to get beat by Challedon. . ,_ ,_. ,, ·, ± n - ^^ T r t ^u« ,v. cor_ 1001 r.*-T-^i-At. t-^ ion/^ rt-in Rpsitip t.vin "Another thing; Maybe Johns-; hampion, had a half-way him a 1 _ to _ 5 f£uor j te m Sat- 1221 strokes, to lead the Seattle trio ' ! Palmyra . . . Today's Guest Star. , Shortsville . 3 1 1 0 3 2 x--11 10 3 Victory O Jones, Boston Evening ; Batteries. Forshay and Pitzger- Globe- "Our daily knock goes t O j a l d ; Ryan an d Aldrich. Bucky Walters for masquerading as. a^ird baseman when the Bees and Red sox had him." Mews" The Red Sox were darnecJ to get out of Hetroit what 5. ,_ ^m^r, ^linnp'l for I Racing Notes to get out of iwtron wimv (By The Associated Press) Joe Cronin getting clipped for ^g Pa t r0 ns" Handicapping Conand Trainer Win Greene for I ^ s ^ offering daily awards from Gabby Hartnett expects, gl OOQ to ^ 000 will be he i d aga i n XI 00 . . IjraDDV xiai i7«v.»*w *"-« | ^i.uuv/ LO Cw-i/uu, \viii u^ nc*u. w^«**- -^tey- Dean to "show up on the, afc Was hineton Park, which opens bench for today's double header just j Ug 30 . day me eting at Chicago next likettot!ung had happened . - - ^ 2 V | Monday The daily award will be ansSrill want to tune in on their slsm and on g aturd ays it will M lightweight champ. Lew Jenkins and i jjQjsste,^ to $5.000. In order to hte wife on "We The People to- i tl ._ ^,^ nn m ,,et ^amt. thp night «..,v. - - - - - - . ;he "' re "Another thing: Maybe Johns-; dav - evem and who bac ked him 'by three strokes Lincolin. Neb., was 0 1 0 0 0 ' 2 0 -- 3 35 still dangerous. Bill Jurges suspen-. t own wasn - t qllite m condition t o ; . ^ pj. e ^ ness _ Dave at least" third with 226 and Utica. N. Y.. f ol- u i «-- ^^ wil j be up ^- ednesd ay so ·.neyui , ,.. ,. ,,,,,, ,, ,,,, 1 , c .i Wo nnD 'imvorf with 5^1 have a shortstop again and Catcher j Earrv Danning is due to rejoin tnc ( team" in St. Louis. Tern Kafey may j L\. CA141- »»* ·_«.· -- ^^ fill the bill at third base. He il to for George Myatt underwent a knee operation yesterday and won t be back for a long time. Sport's Mirror has a theory, and a plausible one. lowed with 231. f pif'' ·P** \7/. V, / '\' iH/- /.', WHAT'S DRY? Cool, tangy Utica Club! What's the secret? Slow, thorough fermentation--extra aginglNotsweet --not bitter--ittastes justright! West End Brewing Company, Utica, N.Y. ~=!XK:I L* . s 1± ^ ^ ^ :' ^%S T He XXX CREAM ALE--PILSENER BEER Sold at All Good Stores and Restaurants TAN S ( ALL #£** J ~By The Associated Press) Today a Year Ago -- Katherine t"!r r ev k Di d cked D u r p S a t .30o" hitting I'ut-j mens' swimming titles setting re- flddeT when they bought Fred corn 'or 830 -yard free style o, .vu..2_t ur n ii-AVi frnm "np-rrnit, vGStcr- 11.33.«. I'C-lxACi iii\,ii *.»·**,- - - _ lDixie , Walker from Detro^yes^- 11^ ^ Ago _ Madison { is out with a leg i Square Garden and M'.ke Jacobs j Van Mungo f o i . reached aareement for joint promo- , , «~n,p ^ix weeks ana Cookie Lavaact-, lion of Schmeling-Braddock title j '· i ,, and Art Parks are getting around i fight ending "warfare" among box- j the patron must name the nrsti^. A 0 bbly pins. Mungo went in 'o; me promoters._ T The^e "are more than i ^^V^a e^enV no person; ^TM^s^^^^ I nU Years Ago - United States , akeady in the Saratoga, ds _ that da} - E award wm be . ^ and broke his left ankle. ! won uphill fight against _ Australia j . Handlers of amateur I carried over to the next day . D up- · ona ana * _ - ^ _ 4-t^^i ?lff»ccOi^r*lI-- I - - * « * _ . _ J j _ ; M*n«4f _^-- ' ; n Da\ i'- Cue 'iiterzone final, win- ; Hams - · · **«»" v "--" -- . i carrieu u»ci LU me »!·-"· «-.-- ««i- . _.--.-------- I ·" j-«'»- ·-".·- -»»v flrtiters are asking the Massachu-. d v . in ^ made in eve nt; .tpnnpti nm " 3 ' 2 as Sldney de.eatea «tte Boxing Commission to create a c ^ , B lue. setting her OTTi_pace. steppe^ Jac: Crawford ^nd Rank Shielas *mi-pro division. ! ! six furlongs in 1:11 4-D to bea - J- fc-; bfl . ( , vivian M cGrath. «mi- P ro a ^ ^^^^ hjw _ b ^ n improvma Miller's Unassisted by a lengtn ana , _ his lead in the National Jockey a half ''·On'Top. -'·When a numerology cxpr irr* Tail- standing bv his fine work at Em| j SMITHS BOOT'EM IX i ed"to"find"our what ails" the last; ^0'^- 'HC'booted home 20 win- ' It isn't always the best horses , Thr , Smilhs - nnd u at Empire Citv nta« Hutchinson Kans club i n , £ ! } - t h e fim lhrce w . ee ks of that run the best races ui ^c.e,, V( ,., rda ,. _ practically even-tmng. U*Twest«rn Association, the Hutch-; £ meet i ns and opened the final of those spectators wno aren, in- , , nc ;.. dine t h e " b j rd - ln the featured, inson Herald decided to do some} t) .. doub]c - yesterday- to Crested only to .^" a * hcap ^. n ip P^antville purse. i Snc about the situation . - - So, c ^ e - t 25 Jn 19 d ,, of r:dmg -. lheir O wn $2 straight bets. A couple w £ _ Boemgs Wl , e Barrister, i now it prints the club standings in Hi t rival at Emp ir e . Ronnie of quite ordinary campaigners w . , nddcn bv App rent 1 ce R. W. Smith JLrc. Ka^h ha« 14 i B Simpson's Stands Alone and Her- . von handj!v OVC r E. R. Bradley., I remse - i Kasn ~ na3 l " ! fce , t M Wooifs Robert L.. put on ( Boo ^ C!aSf w i th Freddie Smith up. I i Be Blue the fillv which Tom' one of the real thrillers of the meet-, Ther Freddie ^ a round of | Heard. J r . "rccencd a.s a sift Irom, ing at Arlington Park yesterdaj , Brook]vn an plause for hi- handling , i his mother two vcar? aco. seems' and the former, incidentally, ran a I of the 7-10 favorite, for he took ( ! to have become a specialist in op- i mile and an eighth in the good i Bootl?^ back after breaking on top, Inl.matinn-Al I,eaeUe i ennuj dav triumphs. She won the ; time of J:50 flat to win by a nose, and had tc make up a Jot of ground ' WteniaiTO i ,, opening feature al Narragansett last The real thrill, however, came in ] to regain command from John s - y«*erd»T,s Results ' sprang, was, beaten bv a head when i th«r stretch duel as they raced. H'-i: -i:uch -Ao.jnd up b'r'd T.T-n Syracuse 2. Roche-ster i ' ' . . . (night game» Buffalo 4. Newark 2 Toronto at Jersey City (night game' Montreal at Baltimore (night TIRE TER DAYS ORLY July 20 th July 29 th ON THE FAMOUS Standings of Clubs S^nnc was o* at r) DV a neaa WHCJJ i in»-jr MJCICU uut a* i'«- .«...%. - - . . ....^... ·· ^ -, sijifoU: Dn-Aiu, opened and vcster- heads a]jart all the way down the j -,VJ.T, \Vi-f BarnMcr. blocked on the oar capturrd ihc"Manchc.«-ipf Han- straightaway with the $14.40 out-, tv.rn. came tip on Oie outsidp to tiicap which topped the inaugural =,d"r finally getting the nod over i (hiiJf-nct :hf Cradlcy entry couldnl j ·»-« _ _ - _ ; i. T^-- --1. 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You con bvT ««»· § ^V T E R M S '*«* J « « liifle as »**-- 1own in a dc*d of dw,t -- bal net r.nl -- is Don "adg«tt, St. I.ou's Card*' Catcher, mhcn a lhw»nn ball beans him as ht «mcf in on Don GnUcndgc' high fly in "Ui Inninf of D«4««T«i-rards ganw- in Briofclyn. In «|»ito of Ix-ipjc hit Ocn vor«-a. Ball «as thrown toward hwwe hy Shortstop J«hn nvfcvn. T*U« line slwiw h«w it kownced off Padgett's htad and oawsrtl Sl»rt«U» Myers, cf the Cards, rrnnmz ·* t« bat, to Catcher is Phelw?. i;mpiro i.% Stewart tills wa« in 1* !C»"»e «* ^WiMefceatfer whfch Carts M-«, *-2. Pa«|^t left tfce game. MURPHY'S SUPER-SERVICE Niagara Street Phone 613 Canandaigua Open Evenings and Sundays for Your Convenience

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