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PACK SIX \ THE DAILY MESSENGER. CANANDAIGUA. N. IT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1939. ie and Veteran Share Honors With Mound Performances (By The Associated Press) their last nine games and were deep x ^rf "·"" . . . · . j.* j «,, M«^ f « »*in*4+ ir»ii fV»r.. A p*ir of great pitchers, one on the threshold of a brilliant career end the other in the twilight of his reign, divided the cheers of the baseball" world about equally today through two noteworthy performances.. It was hard to say which gave h* followers the greater thrill, young Alley Donald of the Yankees in pitching his 12th straight victory, or Carl Hubbell, the Giants' famous veteran, in coming out of virtual seclusion to beat the St. Louis Cards 6 to 3, in 13 innings. '. Hubbell's feat was the more dramatic,-for when old "Long Pants" In the dumps, not to mention the second division. For three tense hours his creaky left arm had its old wizardy. For the last seven innings he allowed the Cards only two hits, until his teammates Mel Ott and Frank Demarec finally rewarded him with winning homeruns in the 13th inning. It was only Hub's third win of the year, and his first complete game since mid-May. Though he didn't have to strive so hard for victory, Donald's smooth performance in beating the St. Louis Browns, 5 to 1, served to spotlight one of the most amazing Held In Dope Inquiry flr.lc ·lor-wJieu uiu AJWIA *«.-.« .-a"" --- . . . ,, . , went out there as a sort of forlorn i streaks in diamond history. Hes al- hope.yesterday the Giants had lost reaciv set a record for consecutne SMEN SPLIT Joiner Win Over Leafs Adds Half Game To i Giants' Lead (By The Associated Press) Among all the noteworthy pitching performances that have marked the 'rise of the Jersey Giants to their present comfortable position in the International League -- 5 1-2 games ahead of the second-place Rochester. Red Wings - the work of Roy ! 'Joiner appears as bright as a Harlem belle's Sunday finery. Roy has allowed only ten hits in the last three games he has pitched Winning two by the shutout route. With a record of 12 victories and seven defeats, he has already surpassed his 1938 record of 9 and 9 and-is ranked behind only those ·*» ··«"· ., _ _ _ _ t_ j.i.j.. A wr4 and city mainstays, Hy Vandenberg Bill Harris, on the Jersey mound staff. , joiner turned in his secona three-hitter in nine days to blank the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-0 yesterday arid add a half game to the Little Giants' lead. He whiffed only ·one rival batsman but granted only two walks. And only two runners got as far as second base. His teammates gave him a two-run working margin in the first inning and nicked Bill Weir for 12 hits, three by Johnny Dickshot. Buffalo Divides Fair Meanwhile Syracuse and Buffalo both threatened Rochester's hold oh second place but failed to make the grade. The Chiefs split a double header with the Red Wings, winning the opener 8-2 behinfl Johnny Gee, then dropping the nfehtcap 3-2. Buffalo's Bisons spUt lith Newark, taking an 8-2 drubbing then coming back to win 3-0 as Clay Smith hurdled three- hit ball; Bill Lillard performed the remarkable stunt of being a hero and | "goat" all on one play as Baltimore nosed out Montreal 8-7 in the evening's other game. Gee marked up his loth victory for Syracuse with a seven-hit job in toe opener. The Chiefs themselves were limited to seven blows but bunched them with John Grod- ready set a wins by a ,, observers are beginning to wonder when it will end. It's entirely possible, they think. ior the kid from Newark to win 20 I straight games in his first season. He has a club behind him that can be counted upon to give him runs and brilliant support. League March Not Affected Hubbell's triumph, while spectacular, had no appreciable effect on the National League race. The Cincinnati Reds increased their lead over the field to 10 full games by licking the Boston Bees under the liehts, 2 to 1. Bucky Walters held the Bees to three hits in pitching his 17th victory of the year, and Harry Craft provided both runs with his homerun- in the seventh. Brooklyn opened its western trip by knocking the Chicago Cubs off twice, 8 to 6 and 3 to 1. They scored · three runs off four Wrigley pitchers in the ninth inning of the first game, and then took the second behind Hugh Casey's six-hit pitching when Manager Durocher hit his first homer of the year with one on. Pittsburgh scored a lucky win over the Phils, 5 to 4, the tying and winning runs scampering across in the last of the tenth when Hugh Mul- caliy uhcdrked a wild pitch with the bases loaded. Red Sox Trim Chicago Twice The Red Sox tightened their grip on second place in the American with a double win over the challenging Chicago White Sox, 3 to 2 and 6 to o. Joe Cronin's homerun supplied Lefty Grove with his winning margin in the first, while four- baggers by Jimmy Foxx and Bobby Doerr were equally decisive in the second, which went 10 innings. Dutch Leonard pitched Washington to a 5 to 3 decision over Detroit. Tne knuckle-bailer kept seven hits Pat J. Panza (above) was arrested aloi)£ with two race track exercise boys in New York as investigators announced they were on the trail of a gambling syndicate which doped or attempted to dope horses at Belmont and Aqueduct tracks. Panza is a singing waiter. SPORTS ROUNDUP By EDDIE BRIETZ NEW YORK i.3] -- Jack Dsmp- sey is recuperating at Bear Mountain Inn. N. Y. . . . George Preston Marshall, owner of the Washington Redskins, has paid Hal Kemp's band a fancy price to make a recording of the team's theme song, "Hail to the Redskins' 1 White bands CHAMPION TEN BEATSPALMYRA Shortsville Routs Visitors, 15-6, In Contest At Budd Park SHORTSVILLE -- The Shortsville Papec champions downed the Palmyra All Star ten, 15 to 6, in a night softball fray played on the Budd Park diamond last evening. Padgam, Palmyra hurler, scored the first tally for the visitors in the second frame when he tripled to left, coming home when Hogan reached first on an error. In the fifth inning, the All Stars chalked up another marker on Downey's double, the later scoring when Griffens reached first. Four additional runs for the Palmyrans came in the sixth frame when McGuire, East. Padgam. Hogan and Freyn hit in succession while Crowley blasted the pill for two bases. The Papec men nicked Padgam for hits in all frames up to the sixth, when Jones relieved the hurler. Farnsworth. pitching for the locals, hit homers in the second and third to aid the ensilage men to take an early lead in the fray. In the sixth inning, the locals piled up five runs on Anderson's double, coupled with bingles by Walker. Walters. Copey and Sheets. Farnsworth's control kept the dangerous hitters at bay, but his one bad frame, the sixth, netted the All Stars their four tallies on hits. Summary: PALMYRA AB Magee, r McGuire, 3b East, ss Padgam. p Hogan, If . Freyn, c Downey. 2b Griffens. Ib Jones, cf Crowley. rf Totals The Sox are wearing mourning for 30 days in memory- of J. Louis Comiskey. their late boss Tag Wake Forest college as the best football sleeper in the south next season . . . Until yesterday Don Meade has been aboard 25 winners in 19 days of racing at Empire City . . The Giants paid Frankie Scalzi five grand to sign during the Jurges emergency. R 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 six ^ M. C. A. Activitiei ] In the women's Badminton tourney, Miss Ruth Wiedrick won in the match with Miss Mildred Mitchell. Miss Wiedrick and Miss Isabel Arthur will meet tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in the championship match. Visitors are welcomed. A party of six members of the Y. M. C. A. are with Secretary R. O. Strattpn on an overnight outing for hiking, woodcraft and nature study in the hills and glens 10 miles up on the west side of the lake. The campers are Jack Rushmore, newly elected pathfinder of the Hill-n-dale Club, Eugene Rushmore. William Martin, Perce McMillan, Edward Miller and Robert Grieve. FIREMEN'S TEN TO FACE GENEVA Shortsville Softball Outfit Host Thursday On Budd Park Diamond MATCHCARDED Mrs. H. C. Funk To Meet Miss Mary Jewett On Thursday Finals in.. .the ., women's golf championship 1 tournament at the Canandaigua Country Club are scheduled for Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, when Mrs. Horace C. Funk and Miss Mary p. Jewett will play for the season's title. Mrs. Hannah P. Hallenbeck was winner of the beaten eight in the championship tournament when she defeated Mrs. M. C. Wadsworth. In the qualifying round for the handicap tournament yesterday, Miss Sue Griswold was medalist with a 97. Mrs. 'Hamilton C- Smith was medalist in the sweep; stakes with a low gross of 95 in . 32 SHORTSVILLE AB Walborn. Ib . Anderson, 3b Parmalee, cf Walker, cf Farnsworth. p Gallahan, 2b VanOrman, c Garno. If Today's Guest Star John J. Peri. Stockton (CaU scattered for the most part. Freddie Hutchinson, the year's most expensive rookie, finally started and. finished a game for the Tigers, but the seven walks he issued proved disastrous. Cleveland tore loose with a landslide of nine runs in the last inning to beat the Athletics. 12 to 8. zicki's passes for six runs in the Racing Notes Record: "Lengthening the Joe Louis - Bob Pastor fight to 20 rounds means Pastor will have to carry a set of spare tires for his bicycle." Seen and Heard: Tom Yawkey heading for the ball park with his portable radio . . - Pepper Martin, in his shirtsleeves, autographing score cards and pads in a Brooklyn subway . . . Tennisers Frank Shields and Sidney B. Wood opening a hand laundry on Madison Avenue Eddie Brannick. Giant secretary, forgetting to buy tickets for the club's trip to St. Louis and having to ask the railroad conduc- Walters. ss Copey, rf . Sheets, r Totals Palmyra . Shortsville Batteries. Jones and R 2 3 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 2 1 8 H 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 SHORTSVILLE -- The Shortsville Firemen's Town team ten will be the foe of a strong Geneva Triangle shoe store softball outfit on Thursday evening when the teams meet on the Budd Park diamond at 8:30 o'clock. Manager Russ Williams will bank on the snapshooting of Doc Mike Kowal, Shortsville's speed ace, to check the Geneva softballers. The local aggregation has suffered three defeats thus far this season, losing to the Newark State School Men's Club ten, Penfield Towners and the Avon Cardinals, while their win record shows wins over the Newark School outfit in a return game and also the Auburn All Stars. Arrangements are under way to book the Kodak Park softball. team and hurler Shifty Gears for the gala field day. scheduled in the early part of next month. Class A, while Mr*. Hallenbeck had low net, with a 75. In Class B, Miss jane VanHoesen had low gross of 125 and Mrs. William H. Hawley, low net of 79. Pairings for the first round of the handicap, which must be played by Tuesday, with the players seeded according to qualifying round, are announced as follows: Top Bracket -- Miss Griswold vs. Miss VanHoesen; Mrs. Noble C. Miller vs. Mrs. Bernard Pontius: Mrs. Warren B. Gager vs. Mrs. A. W. Brumer; Mrs. Hallenbeck vs. Mrs. Hawley. Lower Bracket -- Mrs. Fred L. Anderson vs. Mrs. Robert G. Stein: Mrs. Philip E. Thomas vs. Mrs. Edward J. Colmey; Mrs. T. Harland Evans vs. Mrs. George W. Case, and Mrs. Funk vs. Mrs. Wadsworth. | Hostesses for this week are Mrs. j R. G. Mershon and Mrs. Morris Zellin. THE CLASSIFIED Department exemplifies the Golden Rule. It serves you an you would be served. Ken Keltner, Indians -- Hit homerun, double and two singles | and scored three times against I Athletics. Fly Spray 6 Different Kinds Bulk and In Cans 75c to $1.50 Gallon Fish Brewer, Inc. 15 Bristol St. Phone 104 Standings of Clubs . . 33 15 13 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 -- 6 8 5 . 0 1 4 1 4 5 x--15 13 4 Palmyra. -- Padgam, Freyn; Shortsville. tor for credit Brooklyn fans booing Ernie Koy for getting a hit off Bob Bowman of the Cards after he had pitched more than six innings of hitless ball . . . fourth/ The Red Wings got onto Jake Mooty in the seventh frame of the nightcap and scored all three runs on four hits. * Bisons Get But 4 Hits A "Father and Son" crowd of 9.435 at Newark saw the Bears" George Barley limit Buffalo to four hits and two unearned runs in the opener and the home forces rap out seven straight hits for five runs in the fifth. Then Smith came through with a near perfect performance and he faced only 30 batsmen. All three Newark hits were scratched off Jim Oglesby's glove for close plays at first. Lillard's odd feat was performed in the ninth inning and resulted in Baltimore's winning run. With one out. Gill on first and Etten on third, Bill smacked out a hit to drive' in the winning tally, but ·when Gill failed to run, LiJlard ·went right past him and was declared out. (By The Associated Press) The Empire City meeting, which has four days to go. has been a big | success this year with Saturday- crowds larger than any since the hill top plant- was opened years ago. The top crowd of 18,500 was reached two weeks back while last weekend nearly 15.000 spectators passed j onto. popp*«? p *»«on through the turnstiles. Softball Who's Who The Chicago and Spokane softball teams which went 105 and 156 innings and claimed world's rec- crds. popped off too soon . . . That was just bush league stuff down in j Richmond. Va. . . . On Sept. 5. 1938. Frank Kearns. who will relinquish | two Richmond teams played 325 his duties as trainer of '" Farnsworth and VanOrman. Red Jackets Defeat Richmond Ten, 7-5 The Red Jackets whipped the Pachmond ten. 7-5, yesterday afternoon at Bed Jacket Park. The score was knotted at 4 all going into the fifth inning when Karas drove a long home run into left field but the Red Jackets came back in the sixth to add three more tallies and win the game. Summary: RED JACKETS' RICHMONDS ab r h : ab r h Fox c ... 4 1 IjNioean. Ib . 4 1 1 Otteman If 4 1 2;St. Sau'r. p 4 1 0 International League Yesterday's Results Syracuse 8, Rochester 2 (1) (Twilight game) Rochester 3, Syracuse 2 (2) (Night game) Jersey City 4 Toronto 0 Newark 8. Buffalo 2 (1 (Twilight game) Buffalo 3. Newark 0 (2) (Night game) Baltimore 8. Montreal 7 (Night game) Team Standings Won Lost Jersey City Rochester Syracuse Buffalo Newark Montreal Baltimore Toronto 59 53 56 55 51 42 42 40 39 44 48 46 52 56 54 59 Pet. .602 .546 .538 .544 .495 .428 .437 .404 Brown. 3 . 4 0 1 Karas. c f . 4 3 1 Mitchell, ss 4 1 1 ; Kaiser, ss . 4 1 1 Housel cf . 4 1 1' Mullen, r . 4 1 1 Fox Ib . . 4 0 1 Richmond. If4 1 0 Craugh. r 1 2 Bup'elle, 2b 3 Bu"bee 2b 3 1 TDiNugio. c 3 1 1 ' 'r, i Bill, rf ... 3 0 1 Renco'k, 3b 3 1 p 3 1 2 Dalasta, rf 3 1 niS QUUes as uauici U i -·«. Wright's Calumet Stable soon, in- usea or.U.six tends to ship the entire Calumet j string to Saratoga for the meeting which opens next Monday. He'H handle the Wright horses there, then turn them over to Ben Totals . 37 7 13 Totals . 36 12 5 lincinnati St. Louis Pittsburgh . Ihicago Brooklyn New York Boston 'hiladelphia Oh. Oh! Ralph Brandon ^etireti of the Sioux as man- of the j the Kankakee 'Ills) town nine, has i been playing ball 20 of his 28 i years and has box scores to prove ' i t . . . There is no such word as '·· "biesbol" in the Spanish dictidn- with the Fall Trees Stable while , stoca quit,. i ,, League Leaders , Leon 'Buddy» Haas hasn't been ! very successful at the Empire City meeting, but he showed yesterday j he still can win by scoring a "double." He put up one of the day's smartest rides to bring in the Mill River Stable"* Bogert in the Class "D" Pound RidRe Handicap for the horse's second straight victory- far behind as Don Meaar ,, ru-hcd Henry Lustig's Shoulder Cosky. Detroit. o. _ _ ; ATTn; . Oljl m jY^.. H aa.s picked his I] ti« UC'ft* , _ _ . J J.. 4 «* «-.1- · ·* w^-r-j-irf of to a Christmas, present from Toiny Yawkey to Mike Kelly. Minneapolis owner . . . Bob Moi.sant. pitcher for 1.000 batting average . . . He made a hit on his only appearance at the plate. Tne northernmost, rookery of pel- iran.'-- is on Royal Shoals, in Pam- 3:cc Sound. N. C. American League Yesterday's Results Boston 3. Chicago 2 ( 1 ) Boston 6. Chicago 5 2 New York 5. St. Louis 1 Cleveland 12. Philadelphia 8 Washington 5. Detroit 3 Team Standings Won Lost New York Joston Ihicago . Cleveland Detroit Washington 'hiladelphia St. Louis . tBy the Associated Press) | Amerkan Lta«ve ; Batting -- Di Magcio. New York. .403: P*xx, Boston, .366. · Runs -- Foxx. Boston. 34: Me- \ Hizzoner" Wins New Honor -mi-- MJ^SCLTM,» ; *!rl,,«i? yt?-£ !K *£!;-£TM ,?TMJ11L TVnHI '»· ! »" lTMl»8 ° ral * * C 1in " 5 *·"" wS^ joXrs 6 - STv£. *, ** TM »^« *»«. »*. jw*L-^ - TM\^£ a %?££T%, 1 £ «Mf-*- : -a£-sffl'«= lll '- ra Stolen Bases -- Case. Washington. 34: Krecvich, Chicago, and Chapman. Cleveland. 33. Pitching -- Donald. New York, 12-0: Lvons. Chicago, and Grove. Boston. 10-2. National Lcagvr Baiting -- Arnovich. Philadelphia. J60; Mizc, St. Louis. .342. Runs -- Wcrber. Cincinnati, 73; Pity. Cincinnati. 69. Runs Batted In -- McCormit):. OUKinnidi. 75; Bonura, Nf* York, Pal." He fumfd in his iilth M r a i p h t ; victory yesterday m the Concord Pur?.e at R.ncldncham. v/innirj^ by a l-.ii2th ov^r W. F. Manna-ch's Sh f 'rt CaT;f. As w.-conrl choic? tr p^lf-r Arso. which camr in lonnh, he- pain 47 lor S2 in the m-u',-.icls. i Vvashington Par}: at Chicago r- OTjt with an irnprovern^nt 01'. t * . Hit* -- Bro-jm, St. Louis. 117; Chicago, and Arnovich. PMMelplua, 112 Dnftks -- Slaughter. St. Louis. »: M*, St. Louis. 27. Tiljjiii -- Herman. Chicago, 12: OMiMfBoeton, and Goodman. Cin- ·MM Rons -- Mitt. St. Louis, IS; OK. M ToUc. 17. -- Handler. Pitts14: M«ct, Chicago, 12. -- Dmtactr, Cfncitma- Ctacinrati, 17-4; the idea of Ladies Day a; a race trart:. Ar'Jinglor/s plan ol adirittiriE ·women to the grand stand up-jrj payment ol the 28 cents i'i taxes viil be continued, and. in addition the management has arranged a ( special recnjwd railroad lare to the tracX on Mondays, lor men as well as women. : | Dtatili Leonard, Senators -- Held Detroit to seven hits and struck ! o«t five in scoring his 10th victor}' against three losses. In a hvly rujtefl V-- IV Director, ,-it i race, Maor H*iry Craft, Reds -- His home- run with one on beat Boston. 2 to 1. and cave Buck? Walters his 17th victory of UK yew. 'il=-pi3l'.'3 finish, dis- l Smith. Slate Fair h- ronf-iiif iou of the H o l l a n d R. Marvin, '-d mil Mr. Smith in held at The FaireroiiTjd-t. roceT-.ily. Tn arnaz- ing di?rfr?rard of firaiifl Circuit Rac- insj mtes and rf-^alatioiis .Ti» Mayor oufr-milf: track. Kxperls still disarrc'- as to what bapi«ned though :h-y coix.-frdc that the Mayor wc-nt fnrthtst fastest. Mayor Marvin is shown receiving by a . aad Director galloped aad harU*d i winner. the "Valor Cnp" prc-sonted . Director yfwwn, symbolic ally. National League Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 8, Chicago 6 (1) Brooklyn 3, Chicago 1 (2) Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 4 New York 6. St. Louis 3 Cincinnati 2, Boston 1 (Night game) Team Standings Won Lost 53 44 43 46 42 42 40 25 30 40 39 43 41 43 45 55 Pet. .639 .524 .524 .524 .506 .495 .471 .313 63 54 49 46 42 37 33 24 25 30 39 40 45 54 52 63 Pel- .716 .643 .557 .535 .483 .407 .388 .276 YMCA Softball Team Routs Holcomb, 22*7 In a soltball game at HoJcomb last evening, the Junior? of the Y. M. C. A emerged victors in a seven ann- Jj-,g gam- lo the J«nc of 22 U 7. CharJic Rowland homered, the single ioiar-basc blow of the zp Summary: T Holcomb ab 4 Thomas, c 4 3 R. Mor«c. 2b 4 2 Randall. Ib 4 S'Silvwnail. P 4 1 Bullock, el '5 1 S. Morse. If 4 2 H. Sil'nail. ss 4 2 Stcclf. 3b 4 4 Pamper, rl 4 Martin, 3b 6 Boyle, p 6 .Johnson, ci C. 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