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THURSDAY. AUGUST 13. 1936 TEN THE SHREVEPORT TIMES HOME RUNS GIVE CARDINALS GAME United States Swimmers and Divers Again Sweep Top Places in Olympic Competition ; a. ' ; ; : : ; MEDICA IS CROWNED 400-METER CHAMP; THIRTEEN-YEAR-OLD GIRL CARRIES OFF LAURELS Margie Centring of Los Angeles Defeats Teammate, Katherine ItavvJ, in Springboard Event; Yankees Now Lead With Three Cold Medals Crowds Fill Huge Stad ium for Olympic Games MANAGER'S STRATEGY FAILS AS CUBS ARE KNOCKED FROM TOP POSITION BY RED BIRDS Crimm Order Medwick Walkel With Moore On Base in Sixth Inning and Mize Answers Witli Four Base Knock; St. Louis Gets Five Hits By GAME TALBOT Associated Press Sport Writer, Berlin. Aug. 12 (JP). Bg Jack Medics of Seattle and little Margie Centring - of Loa Angeles took all the gold medals left unguarded around the Olympic - swimming stadium today, Medics scored a sensational victory In the 400-meter freestyle champion-- ship, passing Shumpet Uto 20 meters from home to win by one length of bis , arms in Olympic record-making time Thirteen-year-old Margie dived like mate. Katherine Rawls in the springboard event after the Florida mite appeared to have the tile in ber grasp, With Miss Rawls second and Mrs, Dorothy Poynton Hill of Loa Angeles . third, America swept the top places in the second divine event in as many daya, duplicating the blanket finish by Dick Degener, Marshall Wayne and Al Greene la the men's springboard event. At the end of the fifth struggle In i the Olympic tank America held three ; gold medals. Japan two and Hungary - and Holland one each. Furthermore - the men held a two point lead over r Japan in the fight for team honors, 38 to 36, while the girls led Holland C 20 to 17 1-2. What made Medlca's and Margie's triumphs all the more noteworthy was L the magnificent manner in which i each responded under pressure. -I Medica, who bad only barely re-covered from a chest cold, trailed the I j fleeting little Utc a full length when they turned into the final 100 me-ters. Probably no one among the 20,- 000 In the ttadium except Medica - thought he had any chance. But when they hit the final turn , 50 meters from home the Washing- ton star had reduced the deficit to half a length. , Down they came over the final i stretch, Medlca's long, steady strokes slowly and surely narrowing the gap despite Uto's desperate sprint. Twenty meters before the goal Z! they were even for an' instant and then Medica inched ahead and the race was over. The Seattle Seal's ; V time lopped one second off the new j 1 Olympic record made by Uto two ", days ago. - It was the second straight defeat 'f for the Japanese in a race they V. thought they had In the bag. TJto .""was clocked in 4:45.6; Shozo Makino, .this teammate, 4:48.1, and Ralph Flanagan of Miami, fourth in 4:52.7. ?" ' Miss Gestrlng's victory was al- - most as thrilling. Dead silence i'" hung ; over the crowd as the t , yoiuigster stood on the board .. and prepared to make her final T'. ; optional dive. She was 13-100 of a point be- ' hind Miss Rawls at that stage and needed to score a brilliant p 15.07 to tie for the champlon- ship. The difficulty getting a score like that from seven-hard-; boiled Judges from as many different countries may be gathered from that fact that up to f that point only seven dives had been over 15 points. Two of them belonged to Margie, Z So the snub-nosed, freckled-face little "baby" member of the team chose one of the toughest dives of them all a one and one-half back somersault and shot the works. She scarcely stirred the water when she hit. When her head bobbed out of the water she was the Olympic champion. They gave her 16 points lor the dive, surpassed during the day only by her 16.20 made on a marvelous forward somersault with a half twist. The first to grab Margie and pump her band at the edge of the pool was Miss Rawls, who showed no trace of the disappointment which she was bound to have felt. All In all, Margie clinched the gold metal by scoring an aggregate of of 63.8 points to 83.8 for Miss Rawls and 82.36 for Mrs. Hill. She trailed the Floridlan by 13-100 of a point at the end of the three compulsory dives, passed her on her first optional event, scoring 16.20 but dropped right back where she started when she received 14.40 for one and one-half running somersault. Margie Is next to the youngest member of the American squad, senior by four months to Elizabeth Ryan of New York, another 13-year-old, who led off the 400-meter relay team that finished first In its semi-final heat. MIk Ryan's father arrived from America Just In time to Match ber swim dead beat wllh Zllpha Grant of Great Hrltiiln In their Initial )ejr. Iter teammates went on to nip the Britons by one-tenth of a 'frond. 4:47.1 to 4:47.2. With Willy ttenouden and Mia Maxtenbroek fairly flying on the Int two leg the Holland girl not only beat the American's time hy nine aeronil but rams within a tenth of second of the Olympic record made at Los An-jtie In 19.13 by the Inlted Platen quartet, America's men and women back-atrokera stayed strongly In the swim It their specialty or peculiarity. Adolf Hitler of Chicago looked like a dead cinch for the men's 100-i. meter crown aa he won the flrt of five preliminary heats In 1:06.9, breaking 0org Kojae's Olympic inark of 1:08.2 that had stood since 1P21 and a Wo lowering the listed world recotd. Matl Klyokawa of J upon, who raced Keller riaht to the finish in 1:07.3 appeared hit only serious rival. Taylor Drysdnle of Detroit, capturing hit heat In 1 .09 flat, set the third (rellnue On following fate.! of 4:44.6. a blond angel to beat out ber team e Mrs. Lewis Heads Association For Women Golfers Officers Named to Serve For Six Months At Meeting Wednesday The new president of the Bhreve- port Women's Golf Association Is Mrs. Hal Lewis. Mrs. Lewis was elected to succeed Mrs. Harry Morgan at a meeting of I the association Wednesday afternoon at the Broadmoor club. She will serve for six months. Mrs. Morgan attained a remarkable record while heading the association since last February: Mrs. E. P. Mills was succeeded by Mrs. J. V. Hendrick as vice-president, and other new officers are, Mrs. Ann Del lbaugh, secretary - treasurer; Mrs. Sam Backus, sports chairman; and Mrs. Otis Harris, publicity chairman. Mrs. Harris was the only officer to re tain her position. Mrs. Backus was appointed sports chairman by the new president, Mrs. Lewis. Retiring officers other than Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Mills are Mrs. Abry Cahn and Mrs. E. Goldstein. Following the election of officers members of the Shreveport association staged a selected hole with handicap tournament for nine and 18 holes. Mrs. Ann Deflbaugh won the 18-hole event with a 68-13-45 score while Mrs. Otis Harris led the field in the nine hole contest with a 28-7-21 card. Second place in the nine-hole event went to Mrs. Abry Cahn, who finished with a 26-1-25. In the tournament ten holes were selected In the 18-hole event and five In the nine. Others to participate in the association tournament were Mrs. C. A. Strahan, Mrs. J. V. Hendrick, Mrs. D. G. McMillan and Mrs. Sam Backus. The regular Broadmoor ladles day event, an 18 and nine hole selected affair, with handicaps was staged In conuction with the assocition tournament, Mrs. Deflbaugh's 45 score on 18 holes saw her through to a win while Mrs. Harris again finished In front for nine holes with a 21. Mrs. Ed Banks and Mrs. M. O. Carter tied for second place in the nine holes with scores of 30-8-22. Other women players In the regular weekly ladles' day program were Mrs. B. Began, Mrs. I. Ronsenfleld, Mrs. Abry Cahn, Mrs. C. A. Strahan, Mrs. A. V. Hendrick, Mrs. Charles Barr, Mrs. Aaron Freedman, Mrs. Sam Backus and Mrs. H. H. Wright. TEAM GOING TO TEXARKANA Members of the Shreveport and Broadmoor clubs have accepted the invitation of Don Murphy, Texarkana Country club professional, tor a team match Saturday at Texarkana. Teams about 25 each are expected to make the trip. Members of the two local clubs who desire to participate In the triangle match on the beautiful and difficult Texarkana course are urged to get In touch with their clubs professional. Shreveport golfers have been Issued invitations to attend the Louisiana State Open championship golf tournament at the City Park golf course in New Orleans, Aug. 20-21-22. The tournament is open to both amateur and professional golfers from any state. Medal play will be 72 holes. First round matches are to be played on Thursday, Aug. 20; second round on Friday snd third round 8aturday. Bpeclal handicap prizes will be awarded amateurs, and there will be cash prizes for professionals. It was announced by officials of the tournament. Mat Tourney Will Be Conducted At Araca Arcadia, La., Aug. 12, The flrat of a series of three mat programs that will lead up to contest for the middleweight championship will be staged In Arcadia Thursday night. Ernie Arthur and Ace Freeman meet for the right to claoh with Pat O'Down Aug. 20. The winner of the Aug. 20 program will meet Otis Kal-Ho. middleweight title holder. Ilightower to AMt Kedniaii 1 1 time As Coach Dallas, Aug. li (4). Redman Hume, Highland Park high school football coach, announced today he had signed Floyd Hlghtower of Hillsboro a al.Mant coach. Hightower was line coach at City high school, Chattanooga, Tenn- the pat two years. h , -msfS itg .-J This excellent general view of the new Olympic stadium at Berlin giv Athletes from several nations were competing In a distance ran when the the games, (Associated Press Photo.) Guess Who! 1 oi mer amateur and Intercollegiate champion. If you can't guess who he Is turn to next Sport fage. THOMAS, KLINE GOING TO DALLAS FOR KING BOUTS George Thomas, middleweight, and Tiny Kline, welterweight, will Invade Dallas Thursday for bouts Thursday night on Dandy Dick Orlflln's boxing program. Thomas will meet A! Truman, hard-punching 158-pounder, The Shreveport won the right to meet Truman by beating Paul Ladd on the recent Pctey 6arron-Baby Emanuel featherweight championship card. Kline lost a decision to Tony Herra on that program, but made such pleasing fight he was offered another bout there. His opponent for Tuesday's bout was not known to him yesterday. Thomas, Kline end their trainer leave by auto for Dallas Thursday morning. Charlie Rlnaudo, manager of Thomas, will make the trip to Dallas by airplane to see his protege in action. American Racket Ball Team in Easy Victory Berlin.. Aug. 12 (U)-Th United State Olympic basketball team today smashed the track Philippine Island five, 68 to 23, to advance Into the fifth round of competition. The Americana led 28 to 20 at the half. The North American brand of bas ketball again triumphed when Canada beat Uruguay, 43 to 31, in a lopsided affray. The fast shooting Canadians built up a 23 to 6 lead by half time. UzcikIiiii Alive and Well In Spain, A I' Reports San Sabastlan, Spain, Aug. 13 (JTt Paulino Urcudun, the heavyweight boxer, la alive and well here. (Some reports, not, carried by the Associated Press, aald Tuewlay Urcu- dun had been killed In the Spanish revolt.) t ' 1 is , v -4 Murla Called Greatest Dixie Bantam Since Days of Herman WORLD'S LEADING TROTTING RACE WON BY FILLY ROSALINE IN RECORD-SHATTERING TIME 13,000 Harness Race Fans See Young Gibson White's Streamlined Bay Contestant Cover One-Mile Track in Two Fastest Times Ever Recorded By JACK ct nnv. (t'nited Press Staff Correspondent.) Goshen, N. Aug. 12 (IP). Young Gibson White's stream-lined bay filly Rosaline won the Hambletonlan race, in record-shattering time as more Rosaline won the 35,643 classic heats, blazing around the one-mile fastest times ever recorded for the event: 2 minutes l'i seconds In the first heat and 2:02'i in the second. This first clocking established a new bettering the 2:02 1-4 registered by. Greyhound last year, and the second clocking equalled Greyhound's mark No horse ever turned in two Hamble-ton'an heats in such fast time; however, the actual Hambletonlan rec ord Is held by Hollyrood Dennis 2:01 1-4 registered In the second heat in 1932, the year that the filly Marchlonese won the stake. Rosalind, fleet daughter of Scotland-Alma Lee, not only established herself as the outstanding three- year-old of 1938 by showing her heels to nine others of. the fastest three-year-olds In' training, but she brought twin triumphs to the White family. Squat Ben White, wearing the black and white silks of his son, Gibson White, was spraddled in the sulky behind Rosalind as she won U8.669.U for son Gibson. This triumph placed Father Ben on a driving pinnacle made him the first driver In the 11 years of Hambletonlan history to win the classic twice. Ben won with Mary Rey nolds In 1933. He also became the first trainer ever to win the stake twice because he trained Rosalind and Mary Reynolds. Rosalind, champion two-year-old trotter of 1935, upheld the confidence of her army of sop. porters who sent ber to the pot a a ro-favorlte at 9-5 with the bay rolt, Kd I.asaler, owned by W. N. Reynold of WlnMon-ftaleni, N. C, the toharro magnate. The Reynold rolt had beaten Roallnd two weeks ago at Old Orchard, Me., In the national Make. Today, however, M Iater had no chance, fin-(( ntlnnM On Fallowing Pate.) Olympics At A Glance By t nlted Pre.) lmmlnf team point standing computed unofficially on 10-5-4-3-2-1 hala: MEN'S -l tilled Mates, 3; Japan, SB; Hungary, 11; Germany, 1 trance, 4: Oreat Britain, 1.. WOMEN') I nlted Mate. 20; Holland. t?Vj; tiertnany, 1GV Japn, II; Argentina, A; Denmark, 4; Oreat Britain, 1. wehnemiay'h Olympic champions 4on Meter Freestyle Swim Jark Medica, t nlted mate. Women' Springboard Mvlng Marjnrie Oeitrlng, Inlted Mate. Till RSDAVS PRO! IK AM Swimming Stadium 8:30 a.m.-Women's high diving. Men' 400-meter freestyle elimination. Men' 1,500-meter freestyle elimination. Water polo. I p.m. Men' LSnn-mrtef freestyle eliminations. Men' Sno-meter tireaststroke elimination. Women' loo-meter backstroke final, Wter polo. Rowing, fimenaii S p.m. Seml-flnal single trulls ronsolntlntt, four oared without ensswaln, fonr-oared with roswaln, palr-oorert with ro twain, double enll. elfht-oarerf heat to pick remaining three finalists. Hockey 4:30 p.m. Final between Indian and ttermany, ReskMnall, Tennlsplatr 4 p.m. Wml-flnal found. Iloxlng, Detitschland Halle 3 p.m. 8:30 p.m. quarter-finals. Fencing, Tennlsplatt J a.m., t p.m. and S p.m. Men's team Mhre. Equestrian tporti, May field 7 a.m. and p.m. es an Idea of the Immense throngs picture was made. Crowds of more -A stake, the world's outstanding trotting than 45,000 fans roared approval of the harness world In two straight triangular good time track In the two winning time for the Hambletonlan, Little Rock Will Send Fast Negro Teamfor Games In the Black Tigers, Little Rock Is sending one of the outstanding negro professional baseball teams of the south to Shreveport Sunday to play the Shreveport Tigers In a double-header at the Dixie park. The Tigers of Little Rock have won 30 out of their last 87 contests against teams of Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas. Nebraska and Louisiana. "Speedy" Pickett, one of the best fielding shortstops In negro baseball circles, will be on exhibition with the Tigers, An outfield that batted well above .300 in game on a recent tour of the midwest will be In action against Shreveport. The three sluggers are Robinson, Griffin and Hawkins. The Tigers winning streak as checked the past Sunday when they split a doubleheader with the Tekar-kana Regulars. The Shreveport club will be satisfied only with a double win Sunday. Buffalo had Carl Fischer, southpaw, on option from the White Box but when he had won seven straight games the Bisons bought him outright. Cliff Melton, pitcher sold by Baltimore to the Giants, was up once before with the Yankees.' which gathered for the track events. than 100,000 were attracted dally by Sports Writers of Orleans Praise Boy Who Meets Roberts Friday A clever, two-fisted fighter, who Is rated by New Orleans sport writers as the greatest bantam since the days of Champion Pete Herman, will test the fighting ability of Red Roberts, of Hodge, La., In the feature event of an all-boxing program Friday night In the Municipal auditorium, j The scrapper thus described Is George Murla who has defeated practically every 118-pounder to perform In the Crescent city In the past year. He has waded through all home-town talent and has more than held his own against fighters from other sections of the , country. He carries the stamp of approval of the Louisiana State Athletic association commissioners, and their word to the local promoter Is that Murla will prove a big hit with fight fans of this section. Murla and two other Orleanlans who will be seen In action on Friday night's program are Herman Voight and George Holmes, The trio arrive Thursday evening, and the report from New Orleans is that the boys areVln fine condition and determined to give Shreveport fans a great battle. Voight will meet Fort McNaughton of Alexandria and Holmes will take on the rugged Joey Angle, bantam of Barksdale field, and formerly of New Orleans. Roberts who was featured In a se ries of bouts at Barksdale field and boxed Vernon Palmer, army feather' weight, 15-rounds, Is 1n fine fettle for the ten-round test. He has trained daily and claims he will be In better condition than ' when he went the marathon route with Palmer. The red -head Is clever and fast, and aggressive enough to make It In teresting for any 120-pounder. The Angle-Volgt bout will be for six round tnd Holmes-McNaughton mill is scheduled for the same distance. The heavyweight number will be offered by Handsome Jack League, who has been seen here In the role of a wrestler, and Jack Sanders or East Texas. When Just a youngster League broken Into the national spotlight by serving as a sparing partner for Jack Dempsey, and was called the 'gamest guy In the world' by the former champion. Raymond Blandlno and Joy Clarke will hook up In an eight rounder. These lightweights furnished a slug ging match here recently for sis rounds, and their mill will probably be assigned the semi-final role. Texas League Leaders (Br Auoclated Press) AB H Ave- Mallon, Dallas 420 147 .350 Moaolf, Dallas , 485 161 .332 Wstwood, Houston 361 120 .333 Harshany, En Antonio. 861 119 .330 Croucher. Beaumont., , 470 164 .328 Conroy, Houston 174 87 .328 Runs Stroner (Dallas), 07; Tiuby (Dallas). 93. Hits Mosolf, 181; Croucher, 184. Doubles Mosolf, Cullenbln (Beau- front). 37; Harvel (Dallas). 36. Triples Cobb (Tulsa), 15: Martin (Houston), 14. Home run Btoner, 23; Howell (Tula), 30. Stolen bate Tauby, 37; Levey (Dallas), 26. Run batted In Howell, 102; Orysk (San Antonio), 92. Struck out Richmond (Galveston), 138: Jakuckl (Galveston), 122. Oame won Fullerton (Datlas), 16; Brlllheart (Oklahoma City). Oibb (Galveston), It. St. Loul. Aug. 13 W). The pitching combination of Larry French an Clay Bryant held the St. Louis Cardinals to five bit today, but two of them, were bom run that sent the Chicago Cubs down to second place In defeat, 5 to 8. Joe Medwick doubled to start the second Inning, went to third on aa Infield out and scored the first St. Louis run on Virgil Davis' long fly. la the fourth, be came through wltb a 374-foot homer. After Terry Moore had singled in the sixth, Charlie Grimm believed it wise strategy to walk Medwick. Mize' answer was a towering home run. Demsree opened tbe Cub's second inning with a tingle, but O'De forced, hlra. Augte Galan followed with a single and It took another hit by Phil Cavaretta to produce a run. , ONE UNSEEDED PLAYER LEFT IN NET GAMES Mrs. Sylvia Henrotin of France in Semi-Finals of Western Card Rye. N. T, Aug. 12 (JP). The four semi-final brackets In the women' singles and two In the men's division were filled In the eastern grass courts tennis championships today, with only one unseeded player reaching the round of four. - Mrs. Sylvia Henrotin of France, un seeded, trounced Mrs. Mary Greef Harris of Kansas City, fourth seeded player, 6-3, 7-4. t Helen Pedersen, former national girls champion from Stamford, Conn., conquered Gracyn Wheeler of Santa Monica. Calif, 3-6. 6-4. 8-6. The other semt-flnallsts decided to day were Mrs. John Van Ryn of Philadelphia and Alice Marble of Palm Springs. Calif., In the women' division, and Bryan (Bttsy) Grant of Atlanta and Frankle Parker of Spring Lake, N. J., in the men's. Tomorrow's pairings send MUs Marble, the No. 1 seed in the tourn ament, against Mme. Henrotin, while the men's semi-final lineup will be completed when Don Budge,, the Oakland (Calif.) Davis cup star, encounters John Van Ryn and John McDlarmld of Princeton, N. J and and Fort Worth, Texas, encounters Bobby Rlggs, the national clay courts champion from Los Angeles. The match between Miss Pedersen and Mr. Van Ryn Is scheduled for Friday. Mrs. Van Ryn had one of the hardest matches of the day when she eliminated Dorothy May Sutton Bundy of the noted tennis family of Santa Monica, Calif, 10-8, 8-10, 6-3. Miss Marble easily eliminated Dorothy Workman of Lo Angeles, 6-4. 7-5. Grant defeated Art Hendrlx of Miami, 6-1. 6-3, and Parker routing Hal Surface of Kansas City, 6-2, 6-0. One major upset marked the filling of the quarter-final brackets In both double events when Burtz Boulware of Jacksonville, Fla, and Paul Gulbord of Melrose, Mass., conquered the clay courts champions, Riggs and Wayne Sabln, 8-6, 1-6, 6-4, In the final match of the day. AMKR1CAN LEAGIE. W. h. Pet. I W. L. Prt, N. Tnrk 71 t .7Bnton Cleveland 3 4 .55i Wh. Iitrnlt 0 51 .641 Ht. Louis Chicago tl 61 .6361 E'hlla. 17 6 .(14 (4 ii .45 3 71 ,s:..i 97 73 .340 NATIONAL LF.AGCE. W. L. Pct.j W. Is. Pi-t. St. T.ouls 43 .Arinclnnatl (3 6S.4M Chlcsitn 4 43 .!S!Hnton 11 67 ,473 N. York 3 41 .6741 Hronklyn 43 s .31 Pitta. 66 63 ,60irhlla. II 66 .364 TKXAS I.EAOtE. w. u r-t.i w. l. prt. 711 46 ,341Beiumont 67 J .475 16 64 .64 Sn Ant. 66 63 .474 Halls Hnutnn Okl.. City 3 6 .1!'r t. Worm di "5 ., Tulsa. 60t .44 Galveston 4 71 .401 Doe not Include second Tulsa-Galveston am.) EtST TFWS IJCAfit'tS W. I.. Pel. I W. Is. Pet Tvler M 11 .732. Palestine jus 3 32 .601 Hendersn l.onvlew 34 22 .622!KIIore 23 22 .600 20 21 .436 20 2 .417 11 23 .376 Uladewatr 31 20 .6I2!.Marahsll KVAMiF.I.INE I.EAGIE. W I. I'd I . T. Pel. Alexandria 40 . . Iberia 6 S .6n Onelousss 31 41 .a l'syett as m .s.-j Ravne 77 61 ,n'.,l Abbeville sn si .mi jeanerett C3 67 .644IU Charles 23 .260 Cotton State .Vague r.ii noR,io wins El Dorado Ark.. Aug. 12 (Special). Home run by Choien and Stroner nd five Cleveland errors helped El Dorado defeat the Athletic 6 to 4 her tonight. The visitor got tlx hits ofi Edwtrd ho wa relieved by Moore In th eighth. CI Dorado got 11 hit off Andrew. RiKtra nit a homer In th fifth scoring Oomm. Score by inning: n. n.a. Cleveland . ... OOO1J0 100 4 8 S EI Dorado . .. 911 000 20x 6 11 2 Batterie: Andrew and Lacy; Ed ward, Moor and Choen. Scor by Inning: R H E Clrdl 200 000 000 3 6 8 Oreenvllle . i.. 120 008 00x 11 14 9 Batterie: Teufara. Butherlin and Oruwoldi Hwley and Power, Helena 110 800 1017 19 1 Greenwood , ...020 000 0009 8 1 Batterie: Tubb and Whitney; Mc- Gee, Perrlck and Duay. The Nebraska State legue I fin Ishint the season with only four clubs, Lincoln and rlrbury having dropped thftr franctilse. Chicago's second tally came in the seventh on Ethan Allen's double and! Stan Hack' single. Three successive single by Demaree, 0Dea and Galan brought the final run, but it took fine fielding by tht Cards to (top OTJea. When OTJes, tried to tcore on Bill Jurge' long fly, Moore cut him down at the plat with perfect throw to Davl for ft double play, the only one of the game. CHICAGO ST. LOUIS AB H PO AB H PO A. Alln.!f 6 1 1 Moore. rf 4 16 1 Hack. Sb 3 Kriw-h.2b Hrman.Zb 6 Demarc.rf t Kullis.rf Medwrk.lf Mize. lb I 3 0 O' Pea ,c 4 Oa.lan.cf Jurgts.as Cavrta.lb French. p Bryant, p Davta.e t'urochr.H 3 Garbaidi.Sb 3 Johnson. p t t lGtil SEnsllsb 1 Total 4 14 84 71 Totals :l 6 37 Tf-latied for French In seventh. 2 Ratted tor Bryant Id ninth. fccnr by innln: Chlcaso OH 000 11H- St. Louls Summary: Runs batted In C'tvarretta, Davis. Mite 3. Hark. Galan. MedwicH. Two-base hits Medwick. Alien. Horn runs Medwick. Mlie. Stolen base Hack. Sacrifice Frlsch. Double play Moore t r....i. ln n- hM- Kt Tnils 3. Chi cago 10. Bsse on balls Off French 1. Bryant 1. Struck out French 3. Bryant 2. Johnson 3. Hits urr rrencn in Innlnns. Bryant none In t. Loams pitcher French. Runs Allen, Demsree, O'Dea, Moore. Medwick 3. Mize. Umpires Slsw-art. Goets and Bsrr. Time 1:6. GIANTS WIN IN TWELFTH. Brooklyn. Aug. 12 () Tounf Gabby Gabler smashed out a triple with two mates on base today to) break up a 12-lnning thriller .and give himself and the New York Glanta a 2 to 1 victory over the luckless Dodger. The victory gave th. Gianta the series, two games to one. and boosted their victory record . ta nine straight aeries. NEW YORK ! BROOKLYN AB H PO A I AB H PO A J.Moore.lf 1 OlJordan.Jb 6 1 3 Whthd.Sb 0 4 SIRadtKe.Zb ( 2 HCooney.cf 1 1 .l:8trlpp.3b 1 4 0 Ott.rf 1 2 3 3 0 10 0 1 e 0 0 4 0 1 ( 3 10 0 1 0 Ripple. cf Leslle.lb IDs via Spencer. e 9 14 OiHassett.lb OiWatkns.lf 0 3 02 Phelps 1 3 B"r,1ny.lf 1 4 2,Wi)son.rf ( eiFrey.ss Jacksn.3o Mancuso.a 6 Mayo. 3b Kartell. s 4 13 SiBerrea.c 11 0Munro,p 4 10 5::Oautreux Terry, lb fiabler.p HubbeD.p 0 0 0 1 Tot al 3 8 331 Totals 44 13 8 13 TSitn 'or Leslie In twelfth. 2Hatted for Watkina In tleventh. ' SBatted for Murso in twelfth. Score by innings: New York Bnn Brooklyn fn" 000 ooo noi i Summary: Kuns batted In USDier J. Two-base hits Berrea. Wilson. Three-base hit Osbler. Sacrifices Cooney. Gabler. Doulile playa Gabler to Bsrtell to Leslie. Frey to Hassett. . Left on base New York I, Brooklyn . Bss on Dane Off Gabler 1. Munso 3. Struck out- Gabler 3. Hubbell 1. Munso . Hits Off Gabler 11 In 11 Innings (nona out ta twelfth). Hublwll 2 In 1. Wild pltcnes-j Muneo. Hubbell. Wlnnlr, pitcher Uab ler. Buns Mayo. Terry. Wilson. F.rron Frey. Kartell. Wilson. Umpires Klein, Beara and gallanrant. Time ;ve. PITCHER'S BAT FEATURES. i Pittsburgh, Aug. 12 (T). The i hit pitching of Bill Swift, who drove In the first two Pirate run, high lighted Pittsburgh's 6 to 1 victory over Cincinnati today. The Pirate (cored four run In art eight-inning rally after Don Brennan, Cincinnati hurler, ' replaced Gen Schott, who made way tor a pinch, hitter. The Reds scored their Ion) tally In the elxth on two tingles, ft sacrifice and an Infield out. CINCINNATI I riTTSRl'RUir ABHTOAI ABHPOA: Cuyler.cf 4 14 OII.Wanr.ef lilt Oilman. rf 4 X.srsla.lh Herman, If 4 l.mhard.C 2 XHyrd FllKa.3b 4 Thvnw.ss Kmpra.Sb 3 s.hott.D 2 2 0.lenaen,ir I OiP.Wanr.rf 4 1 1 2 AlVaug-hn.s 3 t 2 llOuhr.lb 4 1 OHrubkr.Jb II Toung.2b 2 lil'ad'len.a 0 61 Swift. p II "I l 2 1 4 1 2 2 4 lf hepmsn I brennan. p Tot a li 21 24 ' Totals 33 11 27 H I Haiied for ftilmti In eighth. 2 Kan for !mbardl la ninth. Score hy Innings: Cincinnati ,,,, 00 601 000 t ptttelnirgh 010 100 04 Summary: lluna hatted In Swift 2, Herman, loung 3. Two-base hits Suhrs tloortmsn. Three-baae htl Psdden. Sscrle lce I'sdden. Hrareella. Double plsys Is. Waner tn Vaughan to Toung, Ksm tmurta to Thsvennw tn Scarsella, Left im bases Cincinnati . Pittsburgh 7. Ba n balls Off Swirt 2. Hchntt 1, Brennnri 2. Struck out Swtft 2. Schott 1. Krene ban I. HitsOff Schott in T Inninaa, Hrennsn 3 to 1. 7wlri pitcher ftch"ii Rune Cuyler, P. Waner, Vaughan. Ouhr, Itruheker. Tnung. padden. F.rrors Ria. Schott, 01man. L'mplrta Pdrman and Plnelll. Time 1 to. ROOKIE WEAKOS IN NINTH. PhiUdelphl. Aug. 13 VP). Pet Slves. the Phillies rook I pitcher from Dickinson college, weakened In the ninth today and the Boston Beet pushed over two runs for a 4 to 2 victory to tweep the three-gome erte. It wa the Phil' tentfl Straight defeat. Ovy BtiKh, the veteran right bander, held the Phil to eight hits and trted the winning rally wltn single. Tjrbanikt sacrificed. E. Moore, who previously hid hit homer In th third, singled, (coring f MtlimH Oa renewing far.) i r

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