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4M0NDAY. AUGUST 1 7. 1935 THE SHREVEPORT TIMES NIN2 SAVAGE. DAVIS IN RETURN CONTEST Yankees Split Double Header Vith Athletics; Gehrig Hits Thirty-Eighth Homer of Season NEW YORK BUNCHES BLOWS IN FIRST GAME; HELD TO ONLY ONE RUN IN SECOND BATTLE Joe Di Maggio Snaps Out of Batting Slump and Turns in Homer, Double and Single for Day's Work; Kelly's Hit Wins Second Came Varoff Betters Olympic Record for Pole Vault BEWHISKERED GIANT OF HAT FACES ROUGH FOE; WESTENBERG VILL TAKE ON 'HUMAN FRETZEL' Title Ctaimant Readv Whatley Showing Hitting Power in Daily Workouts Army Middleweight Is on Edge for Thursday Program V , V i " ?"'..: " W'y ' 4.., .a San Francisco Janitor Fea tures Program at Han. dall Island I Oft . il " ' Philadelphia, Aug. 18 CP) The Yankee tnd Athletic divided a double header today m New York won the first game, 10 to 2, but lost the second a t i. In the first game Lou Gehrig hit his 37th and 38th homers of the season Joe Dl Magglo, held httless In the first two games of the series, accounted for another circuit blow as well as a double and a single. Jack Powell, who also bad a double and two singles, bit tbe visitors' fourth homer. la the first tnnlng the Yanks scored three runs on Dl Magglo'a homer and another by Gehrig following Roue's single. After the Yanks added three more tallies In the second and third Innings, Llsenbee replaced Fink for the A's. In the seventh Powell stole. horns and In the eighth Gehrig's see-on homer with two on brought In the rest of the New York runs. Harry Kelley won his own game by 'driving In both of the Athletics' runs with a single In the second Inning of the nightcap. NEW YORK rillLAtiEU'HIA ABH PO Al AB H PO A Croafltl.aa SIMOSMhCt 0!lean,lb ' llllobjhan.lf OlHieglnn.Sb OHayaa.e OiNwanma.as 0iNlcmiec.2b Sllflnk.p SlUaenbse.u lU'ticclnelll iJlMaio.cf Gahrtr.lb Dlrkay.e Jnrgna,e Selkirk. rf FowsM.lf JjLa7.arl.2b Totals 40 14 57 SI TnUls 80 4 27 It 1 Matted for Llantie in ninth. ior by InmriK: Jnun York SU 000 13U in noo ool ooi i Himmary: Kiiim bulled liw-DIMagmo "Jlr-W1 Powell, Lazjerl, Fucclnel 'TrlVas.' Twii-ba hita UiMngftio, H'U'e LaMeri, Fucclnelll '.t IV Three-baae hit Selkirk. ., Horn runiM-DlMagglo, Gehrig 1. Powell. Stolen hepqwell. Sacrifice Usenbea. Doubla TWrVNlemiec to 1'een, Newaoma to fcmlWMo Den. Crnwttl to Lazzerl to riir? Left on basea New York 8. Philarlelnhla g. Base on balla Oft Fink 8, ttfttm, 4. Llsenbee 2. rttrurk out AFinti Llsenbee 8. Broaca S. Hit Off vWfrT!! I Innlnss (none out In third), T.WflBW 1 In 1. Loalna; pitcher Fink. Kuna Croaettl t, Rnlfe 3. DiMacjcm. JiStSitli, Selkirk Powell 2, Dean, Hayes. TTrevTnfi(:key, Latieri, Hig(tm. Liaen-b4V?3iplre McGowan, Owens and 41nrJ;J Time 2:04. fSeeond Came) NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA AB H PO Al AB H PO A rofeil.a 4 SIFinney.rf 4 0 S 0 -1fjjb 4 HMosea.ef S 0 Dean. lb 3 HB.Jhnsn.lf 3 OIHiKKina.Sb 4 e I Ma yea, o 4 6i Nvt'Bome.s 4 tMNIetnfee.Zb ' 3 S 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 10 8 ISO 1 2 5 ao.cz e Cenric.lb va-jVy.tTK". rf TrtvaBlf ".r-rat 2b .Stma.o Jflley 0 0 Kelley, p S o 0 9 0 t 01 Tfltalu 81 S !4 10 Totals 81 87 15 tniieattert for Jotgena In eighth..: .. ;, T' -6re by .Innings; York , 000 000 0011 jjPfatodelphla Ogo 0"0 a "f5uminary: Buna batter! In Kelley 8, Jrr,lle. Two-base hita Kelley, Gehrig. SifJiflw-basa hits ntMagfrlo, Uehrlir. Homa run Knife. Double playa Higglna to a lam let to Dean. Croaettl 1o Lazaerl to Gehrig. Left on bases -New York 4, Philadelphia . Base on balls Off Kelley X-.Milon 1. Murphy 8. Struck out iMiNn 8. Kelley i. Hita Off Malone 7 ; an6 lnSlnga, Murphy 1 In 2. Hit by v pitcher By Malnne (Dean). Losing" pitchet Jnie. Time 1;4!. alone. Kuna none, Wiggins, now M4 BROWNS DROP INDIAN'S. Bt. Louis, Aug. 16 !?). The ram-Bftglng St. Louis Browns dropped Cleveland a half game farther be-ttilnd the New York Yankees by Bpoundlng out 18 hits off three Indian hurlers for a 9 to 2 victory. ? Ivy Paul Andrews subdued the ' Cleveland sluggers with six hits, giving the Hornsbymen the edge in the three-game serter. It was also the third straight series trlump.i for the Brownies. CLEVELAND I . BT. LOUIS AB H PO Al AB H ro A trTurta. tb lll.ary.M 8'Clllt.b OlSolters.lf 2Bell.rf OiWeat.ef 1 HaJe.Hb Averill.cf Trosky.lb TVthrly.rf S 1 S 1 8 1 1 1 13 I 8 Eujllvan.o I'rtftmflr If 8 Btomley.lb 0 jHemaley.o SIBeJma.Sb Kboekr.il 8 0 1 Hufllln.p S Wahldr.P 2 Feller.p 0 ICampball 1 0; Andrews, p 4 10 1 01 Torsi 83 t g4 121 Total 87 la 27 11 """T Batted for pTaeholdet In eighth. Score by innings: Cleveland 000 001 001 t it, Louis . .... 410 102 Olx Summary; Huns batted in Bell 3, ' Weit, Bottomley, Soltera 3. Trosky. Weatherly, Two-baa hita Soltera 1, Cllft, Averlll 1. Vest. Three-baae hit Sll, Averlll. Stolen base Lary. Sacrifice Soltera. DouhH play Lary to Be.lm to Bottomley. Left on baaea St. Lout , Cleveland 4. Baa on halle Off Feller 1. Struck out Bin-holder 8, Andrew 1. Fetler 1. Hits Off Hudlln In 1-3 Inning, Blaeholder S In 4 3-4, Taller 1 In 1. Pasted ball Sullivan. Losln pitcher Mudlln. Run Averlll i, Lary . Cllft 3. Bell, West, Andrews. Error Sullivan. Blaeholder. Bejma. Umpire Horlarty, Kill and Hubbard. Tim 1:46, TIGERS 6HEEP PER1E9 Chicago, Aug. 18 (TOOT- The Detroit Tigers made It a clean sweep in tue tour game series by winning both ends of a double header from the Chicago White Box this afternoon, taking the first game, 6 to 4, and the second, 8 to 8. A three run attack In the ninth li ning turned apparent detest into victory In the nightcap. Pour of the Tiger runs were accounted for by home runs oft the bats cf Goose Cos-lin and Chsrley Gehrlngcr, each with one on. Schoolboy Rowe won his fourteenth victory of the year In the second game, fFlmt Oame fiETROIT CHfi'AOO AB H PO Ai AB H PO A Wllwer.rf 4 1 I 0 Kceovch.rt 1110 Bumt.lb 4 14 O'Hoamtil.ef 4 nhrngr.th I I ! i Rad-liff.lf 3 t 0 Onalln.K I t Smmna.ef I 1 O-en.Jb 4 t . ftncall I t S Bnur.lt 4 0 11 8 I o.Apnllna a 4 13 1 S 4 Havea.2 4 13 4 S 1 Hyke,8ri 4 0 11 n swel,e 3 111 tawth.a I 0 Bridget. 4 0 liKennedy.p 10 11 lIHaa 100 Prown.j 4 01 I :pi too JT'aljT 57J 4 lTo! alt 81 4 it 17 "Trial ted for Kennedv In aeventh. IPaned fnf Prown In einth. Scor by lnnlni f-etroit 05 5 noo loo CMW ...... .- ...... OOP 81' 0'l 4 f-rmmarv Ru-a ba'ied In Hnli, VfNr, ftean. Simmon". Kraavich. An. rile, Twn'b" Mi (loalm, Ueliring-r, Krrtcll, M'll, Stolen baaea hugeil, ((ritinwl On Ft tea.) Eastern Tennis Title Is Won by Donald Budge Rices Is Defeated After Carrying Off Hard First Set Bye. N. Y Aug. 18 (). Donald Budge or Oakland, Cal., leading player of the American Davis Cup team, won the Eastern grass courts championship today when he fought off the challengers of a fellow Callfornt-an, Robert Rlggs of Los Angeles, in tbe final match. Budsje won by scores of 8-8, 6-2, 6-4, 6-8, to help the West coast carry off three of the four titles. Yesterday Budge and Mako won the men's doubles crown and today the young team of Dorothy May Sutton Bundy of Santa Monica, and Dorothy Workman of Las Angeles, took the women's doubles, defeating the favored team of Carolyn Babcock of Los Angeles, and Mrs. John Van Ryn of Philadelphia, 6-2, 10-12, 6-2. Mme. Bylvia Herotin became the first Prench, player ever to win the women's championship when she overcame Helen Pedersen of Stamford, Conn., whose upset victories were the sensations of the early rounds, 8-7, 6-2, 6-2. Riggs, who has scaled the heights of the Eastern turf court tournaments this summer after winning the national clay courts title, won the plaudits of the crowd when ha came ftom behind to take the first , set from Budge at 8-6. ; Cotton States League Score by Innings: R H E Greenwood ,.,.000 304 20211 14 0 Pine Bluff ,...000 001 001 2 7 8 Batteries: McGee and Duay; May and Simmons. First Game. Score by Innings: ' R H E Clarksdale .....000 102 Oil S 12 8 El Dorado ......101 031 20x 8 10 1 Batteries: D. L. Jones and Grlswold; Edward and Chozen. Score by Innings: R. H. E. Clarksdale .......1401000 8 7 1 EI Dorado 100 01108 7 3 Batteries: Mackey and Grlswold; Dark, Murray, Moore and Chozen. First Game. Score by Innings: R H JS Cleveland .....000 00O 000 0 2 0 Greenville 024 000 30x 9 15 0 Batteries: Porter, Andrews and La-cey; Hayes and. Powers. Score by innings: R.H.E. Cleveland 001 100 0 2 7 8 Greenville 020 213 x 3 12 0 Batteries: Goodell, Andrews and Copeland; Hayes and Powers, Score by Innings: H HI Jackson .......000 002 0002 8 2 Helena 300 100 OOx 4 9 0 Batteries: Raaland, Rachunok and O'Neill; Rubbs and Harper. second Games. Score by Innings: R.H.E. Jackson 000 000 3 3 8 0 Helena .001 007 x 8 10 0 Batteries: Besse and O'Neal; Keplor and O'Nell. TEXAS LEAGUE Score by Innings: SHI Tulsa 010 000 0102 0 1 Houston .......011 100 OOx 8 8 0 Batteries: Jackson, Schinto, Kimball. Franks and Stevenson. First Game, Score by innings: R H V Dallas 000 000 0404 8 1 Beaumont 400 021 Olx 8 17 2 Batteries: Frasler, Jonnard, Ware and Rensa; GUI and Tebbetts, , Perond Game, Score by Innings: R H E Dallas .......... .010 010 02 8 1 Beaumont 000 000 00 2 1 Batteries: Marberry and Gaston; CooH and Lofbeer. Score By Innings: R HI Oklshoma City 100 100 1008 8 0 Galveston .....030 000 10x-4 18 0 Batteries: Whltworth and Fltt Patrick;" Richmond and Mackie. Score by lnntn: R II E Fort Worth ,,..000 000 8C0 8 12 2 San Antonio ,.000 001 1013 0 0 Batteries: Reid and Suce; A, Miller, Nelson, W. Miller and Cox. terntid Game Bcore by Inning s . SHI Fort Worth ...... 000 000 68 4 0 San Antonio ..... 000 014 88 8 I Bat tpries Moor. Wilts and Brit tain; ILUin and Harshany. New York. Aug. 18 W). George Varoff. the world record bolder who failed to make the boat to Berlin, proved be was no flash-m-the-pan today when be soared over 14 feet, four and one-quarter inches to win the pole vault as the World Labor Athletic carnival closed its two-day session In Randall Island's stadium. On the same field, where he saw his hopes of making the Olympic team fade after setting a world record of 14 feet, 8 1-2 inches In the na tlonal championships, the San Fran Cisco Janitor turned In the fourth best outdoor performance In track and field history. Although he failed by the narrow est of margins In an attempt to clear 14 feet 7 Inches for a new Interna tlonal . mark, Varoff exceeded the height made by Earle Meadows made In winning the Olympic title. Eldon Stutzman of Syracuse, and John Wonsowitz of Ohio State, had dropped out ofter clearing 13 feet 6 Inches. Varoff's victory was the high spot of the final session that saw Lewis Perrln Walker, giant Georgia Tech sophomore, Peter Zaremba of New .York A. C. and Louis Gregory of the Mlllrose A, A. of New York, complete doubles. 1 Walker followed up his conquest In the 100 yards by stepping off the 220 yards In 20.8 seconds, five-tenths of a second slower than Jesse Owens world record. Zaremba, winner of the 66-pound weight throw on the first day, took the 16-pound hammer throw with a toss of 159 feet, 8 Inches. Gregory came back after winning the five-mile run to breeze home In the three- mile test, finishing a good 40 yards in front of his nearest rival in the slow time Of 15:32.2, Charles Beetham of Ohio State and Johnny Morriss of Baton Rouge, La., came through with Victories without being seriously extended. : Beetham won the 880 yard run In 1:56.2. Morris took the 120-yard high hurdles in 14.6 seconds, four-tenths of a second back cf the world record. Eddie Gordon, 1S32 Olympic broad Jump champion while at Iowa, could do no better than second in his specialty. Kermit King of the Pittsburg, Kansas Teachers, who finished fourth In Olympic trials won with a Jump of 24 feet 11 5-8 Inches. Al Threadgill of Temple, won the high Jump with 6 feet 6 Inches. EAST TEXAS LEAGUE INDIANS ON RAMPAGE. Marshall, Texas, Aug. 16 (IP). Marshall Jumped on a badly-disor-ganlzed KUgore baseball club this afternoon and took a twin victory, 14 to 13 and 14 to 1. Shy of both pitchers and fielders, the Braves took turn about pitching. Score . by innings: First Game. Score by Innings: R. H. E. Kilgore 00 433 30013 16 8 Marshall 200 404 22x 14 20 2 Batteries Howell, Spain, Fletcher and Warren; Nugent, Holmes and Barnett. Second Game. Score by Innings: R. H. E. Kilgore 100 00 1 2 0 Marshall 608 2x 14 9 0 Batteries Lancaster, Hill, Warren, Peddlcord, Rawlins and McNulty; Cozard and Stone. JAV WIN TWO. Palestine, Texas, Aug. 16 UP). The Jacksonville Jax hammered out a twin victory over the Palestine Pals today, taking the opener 10 to 2 and the nightcap 2 to 0. Toten held the Pals to two hits In the first game. Flrot Game. 8core by Innings: . R. H. E. Jacksonville ..020 401 10210 12 1 Palestine .....000 000 101 3 2 3 Batteries Toten, Meadows Krole; Talley and Horneby. . Second Game. Score by Innings-: R. Jacksonville ,...200 000 0 2 Palestine ., 000 000 0 0 Batteries Gravln and Krole; nally and Rabe. and H. E. 6 0 8 0 Con- HOMERS WIN FOR OXLT. RS. Henderson, Texas, Aug. 18 (IP). The Henderson Oilers defeated the Tyler Trojans today, 8 to 7, under the Impetus of Mickey DeJonghe's heavy sMckwork. DeJonghe bi two home runs and doubled to drive in am of the Oilers' tallies. Sccre by lnntn: R. H. E. Tyler 004 030 000 7 8 E Henderson ...012 803 OOx 9 It 1 Batteries Brldgene, CummingJ and Andrews; Schafer, McDonald and Ratliff. i,ONovir;vv blanked. Oladewater, Texas, Aug. 18 Lefty Burrows gave up only four scratch hita today as Oladewater won a 8 to 0 victory oer Longview in the East Texai Lesfue. Score by Innings: Bcore by Innings: R. H. t. Longview , . , , .000 000 000 0 4 1 Olsdewster ...400 000 Olx 8 7 2 Batteries Pste, tJhle and Cartr; Burrowi and Butiet. R.tf Partdltf. Tarrv Rnaent.hftl anit Mike Krcevich, Whtte Sof outfield ers, are graduate? of the American Asocltlfn. dinner Smith, new football coach at Villsnova, brought tact with him hi former Assistant It Santa Clara, Vincent MeNally, mm r-t-fvi??,'- VS 7 JL Leo 'Daniel Boone' Savage, bc-wlilskered giant, who sports the heavyweight wrestling title. Is on edge for Ms bout tonight with Karl Davis In the auditorium. The "hill-billy Is shown applying the backdrop, an attack that lias brought him many victories. r AMERICAN LEACIE. W. 1j. Pet. I W. L. Pet. H 3S .661. Boston t8 67 .804 (54 51 ,557'iWa.Bh. 67 R6 .M4 ?T. York Cleveland Detroit -i Chicsgo ' : 62 .044 St. l.ouia 42 71 .3 63 56 ,613,1'hlla. 39 24 .345 NATIONAL LEAfilE. W. L. Pet. 6S 44.607Cincinnati ? 46 ,BS9!Boston 5 4S ,BSSBrooklH 67 65 .609l'hila. W. L. Pcf St. Louis N. York 65 57 ,491 61 SH .Ut Chicago Fitls. 45 M .C5 It) 7J .361 SOI THKRV ASSOCIATION. W. I Pet. I W. L. Pet, Atlanta 79 45 ,S7i U Rock 60 61 .49 Nashville 70 62 ,574i New U. 69 61 . 4SI2 Blrm. C3 69 .516i Knuxville 49 71 .408 Chau 59 60 ,496i.Mernplji 46 76 .377 COTTON STATES LEAGl E. W. h. Pet. W. L. Pet. are'nwooa 74 67 ,665IHeIena 67 64.611 P. Bluff 72 60 .545Jackson 62 68 .477 Greenville 72 60 ,545:cieveiand 65 74 .426 El Dorado 69 63 .6271 Clark' dale 63 78 .400 EVANGEIJNE lEAGlE. W. UPct.l W. Xi. Pet 1 Alex. 92 42 .6S4i.N. Iberia 68 63 ,61S Orelousa 83 48 .6341 Lafayette 85 77 .417 Rayne 80 B2 ,ei2 AbOevme 43 6I.M1 Jean'ette 73 5S .557.1,. Chsrlea 33 99.250 EAST TEXAS I.EAGIE. W.I,. Pet. I . W. L. Pet. Tyler 32 13 .71 II Palestine 84 25 .490 Jaxvllle, 33 28 .589;Henderaon 23 28 .4P1 Ul'd'w'ter 23 21 .6231 Kilgore 21 32 .398 Longview 26 24 ,520 Marshall 14 31.311 TEXAS LEAGUE. W. L. Pot, I W. li. Pet. 79 47 .6271 Beaumont 69 63 .484 70 64 .5?5ixSan Ant. 66 66.468 Dallas Houston Okla, City 63 63 .500UFt. Wrth 67 67 .460 Tulsa 63 64 .492l(lalveeton 61 74 .408 Local Tennis Player Wins in Tyler Tourney Tyler, Texas, Aug. 18 (I?). Gordon Hllley of Waco defeated Arch Holder of Tyler, favorite, In the finals of the men's singles of the first annual Tyler open tennis tournament today, 4-8, 8-3, 6-1, 6-4. Sam Fain and Irvin Couch of Jacksonville won the doubles title with a hard fought 4-6, 6-4, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 victory over Holder and Bryce Robertson, Jacksonville ace. Willis Butler of Shreveport won the Junior singles with a four-set victory over Charley Miller of Waco, 8-7, 8-4, 8-6, 6-3. EVANGELINE LEAGUE Score by Innings: R H E Jeanerette ....209 003 84310 9 3 Lake Charles.. 103 000 020 8 10 0 Batteries: Koblett and Fernandas Tate and Mullens. ,, First oame. Score by innings: R H E Abbeville ...... 300 000 0003 8 3 ftayne .........301 000 Olx 4 8 0 Batteries: Williamson and E'.utcs; Woods and Silveetrl. Second oame. Score by Innings: S K( Abbevtll ...000 00-0 3 0 Rayne ,.,..014 Ox 8 8 1 Batteries: Com and Yareaw; Karbut and eilvestrl. Score by inning: R H E Alexandria ,,..000 011 000 3 0 New Iberia ,,,..001 000 Sox 8 8 0 Batteries: Lee and Kappleman; Oradwcki and Wysock. Score, by lnnincst R H E Lsfsyette 102 000 Ml 7 14 0 Opelousaa ..,,.100 000 100 -2 6 3 BaUeries: Hlllisn and Stewart; Walls and FiHiUps, I '&--.. ri M 4. v i Soft Ball Teams Play Today for Second Berth Championship Series Will Open Monday at Dixie Bail Yard Second place position In the last- half race for League B. championship Softball honors will be determined Monday afternoon at Centenary in a meeting between Carney-Morris and Lapaco at 6 o'clock. The clubs finished In a deadlock for last half honors, each having won five and lost two games. Rivals for 1938 League A and B. championship honors are scheduled to open a two out of three game play off series at the Dixie park Tuesday afternoon at 8:30 o'clock, Conrad Haase and Evans Sporting Goods, League A finalist, are planning lengthy drills today. The former club will meet Yomeco In a practice game at Betty Virginia park, while Evans will stage a fielding practice at Broadmoor. Grogan OH, a finalist in the League B division along with Tomeco, has scheduled a practice game for Monday, but Manager Travis has not named the park to be used. Due to the intense rivalry that exists between Evans and Haase a crowd of 1,000 fans or more is expected to turn out for Tuesday's cla?h. Evans strengthened its club recent ly by the addition of two stellar Barksdale Field stars, "Grassy" Hln-ton, former T. C. U. football and baseball star, and Lieut. Lee Williams. The former is an outfield, while the latter handle's mound duties, Conrad Haase team Is at a loss as to their hurler. Bill Snyder, Cen tenary college basket ball star, has been handling the pitching work for Haase, but is out of town and la not expected back before the series closes. "Bootsle" Watson, regular fielder, or Louie Markham, may get the nod from Manager Haase. Tim Moran, under whose super vision championship play will be conducted, has announced that Frank Courtney, manager of the old Loreco baseball nine, will serve as umpire for the aeries. A second official will be named Monday. HOLLAND POSTS SCORE OF 152 FOR LABOR DAY EVENT Oven golfers posted scores Sunday to bring the entry list in the annual Labor Dsy tournament over the Muny eourc to 11. The lowest score recorded with professional Dsn Dodet was an 82 made by H. L. Holland. Bill Brown turned in an 84 that gave him a one stroke advaritsge over J. A. Ouice who carded an 88. Others to turn in qualifying scores were as follows: J. O. Pmdhomme, 89: Floyd MuSky, 89: J. B. Jackson, 92; and A. B. Llddell, 03. Medalist honors still belong to Billy Harbowr, City Junior champion, who carded a 70 before embsrktn? With the National Guard tinlt of Shreveport for a two weeks encampment at Camp Beauregard, . Showing plenty of speed and terific hitting power, "Ace Whatley, Barks-dale middleweight, battered a trio of sparring mates from pillar to post In fcls workout at the Barksdale arena Sunday afternoon. Whatley expects to be in the greatest shape of his fis tic career when he steps into the ring for his ten-round battle with K. O. Manuel. New Orleans (Cuban) middleweight, In the feature bout of the fistic carnival at the army arena Thursday night. Holding a record of eleven victories without a defeat since he began boxing in this wction. Whatley is very anxious to turn in a win over the Cuban. Manuel claims 37 knockouts in the past few years end he has cot depended only on a right hand as a sleeping potion for he is reputed to carry a deadly left hook that has accounted for quite a number of bis victims. Irish McNeill is priming for his battle with Lombardo. The Irishman has developed a wallop that has been spelling defeat for bis rivals. Red Goss went out by the kayo route, Al Kerney held the Irishman to a draw but he "took an awful body battering. "Dummy" Norris fell before McNeil In three rounds, and, now McNeil etates chat he will try to stop Lomhbardo in three rounds. Five husky negro battlers mix and mingle in a battle royal. Southern Association First .Game. Score by innings: R H t Chattanooga ...000 002 000 3 4 3 New Orleans ..001 100 Olx 3 6 3 Batteries: McColl and Holbrook; Wlnegamer and Helf. Second Game. Score by innings: R H E Chattanooga 101 000 02 4 2 New Orleans .,..030 410 x 8 9 3 Batteries: Petticolas, Chase, Benton, Holbrook and Crompton; Drake and Helf. First Game. Score by innings: R H E Birmingham ...040 000 022 8 9 2 Nashville ......020 100 0003 11 5 Batteries'. Joiner and Palmisano; Barnes Hilcher, Eiland and O'Malley, Second Game. Score by innings- R, H.E. Birmingham ......002 000 2 4 1 Nashville 200 000 2 Batteries: Coombs, George Sueme; Starr and Peacock, (Six innings, darkness.) 4 and First Game. Score by innings: R H E Atlanta 000 010 003 4 10 Memphis 770 200 20x 18 24 Batteries: Durham, Moore, West and Galvin and Richards; WethereU and Haley. Second Game. Score by innings. R.H.E. Atlanta 021 000 02 5 7 Memphis 200 00100 3 12 Batteries: Llndsey, Thomas and Richards; Carter and Powell. , First Game. Score by Innings: R H E Knoxvllle 000 000 1013 8 3 Little Rock ....021 002 llx 7 13 S Batteries: Moss and Bandy; Sharpe and Rice. Second Game. Score by innings: R H E Knoxville 102 110 08 7 Little -Rock 002 100 03 7 Batteries r Moon and Davis; Moore Brazle and Rice. GanvesToday New York, Aug. 18 (TP). Probable pitchers major leagues today: NATIONAL LEAGl E. Brooklyn at New York Mungo vs Fltzslmmons. (Only game scheduled.) AMERICAN LEAGl E. New York et Washington Gomes or Hadley vs. Whitehill. Cleveland at Chlcaso Harder vs. Lyons. (Only games scheduled.) TEXAS LEAGl F, Dallas at Beaumont, day, Tulsa at Houston, night. Oklahoma City at Galveston, night. Fort Worth at San Antonio, night. Sunday's Gamei. TEXAS LEAGl E Tulsa at Houston, day. Oklahoma Clt yat Galveston, night. Fort Worth at Baa Antonio, two night games. Dallas at Beaumont, two day games. 8OITHKRN AUSOCIATION. Chattanooga at New Orleans; 3. Atlanta at Memphis; 3. Birmingham at Nashville. ' Knoxville at Little Rock. Bethany Ball Team Win Twenty-Second Contest For the twenty-second time this season the Bethany baseball team was victorious Sunday, claiming Llbby-Owens Ford as lie Istest victim. The game was played In Shreveport at the Olass workers diamond and the score waa 10 to i. Counts worteed for Bethany and was opposed by otraud. Fiva new coaches have been assigned to the Navy football squad, They art Lieutenants Tut tie, Bryan, Hsgberg, Torrferson and Zoadorak. World and Southern Heavyweight Wrestling Title Claimants Are Featured in Main and Semi-Final Bouts; League, Cochrane in First Match I.eo 'Daniel Boone' Saage versus Karl Pails. Two falls out of three. Two hour time limit. Marvin Westenberg versus Sol Slagle. Two falls out of three. One hour time limit. Jack League versus George 'Bojo Cochrane. One falL Time limit of 30 minutes. By JOE R. CARTES An honor bestowed upon him by the Texas Athletic comml&slon, and recognized by many other state athletic associations, will be put at stake la the auditorium tonight by Leo "Daniel Boone' Barage, a powerful man from Boyd county, Kentucky, with long hair and beard, tn a grappling contest with Karl Davis, a giant Ohioan. Savage will be defending bis claim to the world's heavyweight wrestling title and must win two out of three falls to retain his laurels. Savage, who says he learned the art of scuffling in neighborhood tournaments back in Kentucky, where be is a fanner, felt the wrath of Davis in" a Brundage Denies Owens Has Been Placed Under Ban A.A.U. Chief Has No Report on Suspension of Negro Athlete Berlin, Monday, Aug. 17 (U5). President Avery Brundage of the Amateur Athletic unlsn, today reiterated to the United Press his statement that Jesse Owens, Ohio State's Olympic hero, had not lost his standing as an amateur athlete. Informed that persistent reports were being circulated in the United States that Owens had been suspend ed because of his refusal to go through with a scheduled appearance in Sweden, Brundage said: "Owens T positively has not been suspends y No complaint has been made to me" and I have never heard anything about a plan to suspend him. If the A. A. U. had suspended htm I certainly would know about it." Last night Brundage denied that he had taken any action aeainst Owens, who has been besieged with offers to turn professional since his Olympic glory. Owens is now in London, where he appeared with other American members of the Olympic team against the British Empire Stars. Owens In London. London, Aug. 18 (IP). -Jesse Owens was In bed tonight and unreachable to comment on the report that he had been suspended as an amateur by the A. A. U. After completing Saturday In the British empire games at White City, Owens told the United Press that he planned to go to Norway to complete tn a meet scheduled there Aug. 20-21 and would sail for the United States early in September. The Ohio state negro said his plans might be altered if he received a cable from the United States with a satisfactory offer to turn professional. RgSjLllts AMERICAN LFAGl'E. New York 10-1; Philadelphia 2-2. Washl-igton 7-3; Boston 6-2. Detroit 6-8; Chicago 4-6. Cleveland 2; St. Louis 9. NATIONAL LEAGIE. Boston 2-2; Brooklyn 8-2. St. Louis 4-7; Pittsburgh 3-2. Chicago 3-4; Cincinnati 4-5. Philadelphia 3; New York 8. SOl'THERN ASSOCIATION. Birmingham 8-2; Nashville 3-2. (Second game tie, called end sixth, darkness.) Atlanta 4-8; Memphis 18-3. Chattanooga 2-2; New Orleans 3-8. Knoxvllle 2-8; Little Rock 7-3. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION toulsvllle 2-5; Milwaukee 1-4. Columbus 2-7: Minneapolis 24-8. Indianapolis 4-7; Kansas City 2-4. Toledo 14; Bt. Paul 11 (second game postponed rain.) COTTON STATES I.EACt E Cleveland 0-2; Greenville 9-8. Jackson 3-3; Helena 4-8. Clarksdale 5-6; El Dorado 8-3, EAST TEXAS) LEAGl E. Kilgore 13-1; Marshall 14-14. Jacksonville 10-2: Palestine 2-0. Tyler 7; Henderson 9. Longview 0; Gladewtter 8. TEXAS LL'.Ktl E. Dallas 4-2; Beaumont 8-0. Tulsa 3, Houston 3. Oklahoma City 3; Oalvestfln 4. Fort Worth 8; 6aa Antoulo 3 (first game). Jajianexe Swimmers Win Olympic Side Feature Berlin. Aug. 16 (jpi. Japan's crack swimming combination today won the Intercontinental 800 meter free style relay, an Olympic aide-feature, for the second time. The Japanese were clocked In 8 .66 4. compared with the new world record of 8 51.8 they hung up in Winning tna Olympic relay, The United States, with Art Linda- gren rptacing Paul Wolf, fought rfr Europe' picked team for iccoad place, i,bout here a few weeks ago and barely escaped with his championship crown. Davis tore into the hill-billy and caused him more trouble than any other opponent be has faced here. He gave the fans a surprise when he pinned Savage's shoulders to gain the first fall. Missing a running attack in trying to win the second and deciding fall. Davis collided with the ring post and Injured his shoulder. He lost the faU but gamely stuck to his guns to answer the third gong but the referee halted the bout and named Savage the winner. . Davis Is big, powerful clever and mean. He was accused of rubbing soap Into Satage's eyes in their last meeting, and he drew a fine for his actions. He stands about six feet three Inches tall and weighs around 230 pounds Before becoming agrappler he was an ail-American college football player, nlayeC pro-grid ball, took a fling at boxing, and was a pitcjier in organized baseball, He,-has met the best wrestlers in America, and believes Savage is - jr an among the men he can defeat. Frank Burke, who manages Savaee, says the hill-billy is in great condition, and that the big fellow has really learned to wrestle In recent months, although Savage depend , greatly on his strength, he has perfected the back-drop that he uses witb great success. While Burke carefully safeguards Savage's championship by taking cars of all preliminary details leading up to the match, the be-whiskered giant does not show any great alarm over the honors. To him the title is only a good thing to 'make money with If he loses it he will have no regrets. In the semi-final bout tonight, Sol Slagle, the hm.ian pretzel, will pit his present winning streak against the long list of victories piled up In Shreveport by Marvin Westenberg, Southern title claimant. Slagle is In top form and In recent weeks has mowed dow. all opponents. While Wes'enberg will have height la his favor Slagle will have the advant. ge In weight, and probably tn power. Slagle Is a mat contortionist and a great defensive wrestler. His antics are always good for a laugh from the croud. The prediction is that this bout will furnish plenty of hard, clever grappling. Jack League, the tall, handsome Texan, who scored a sensational knockout here Friday night In the role of a boxer, will be In tonight'a curtain raiser. Promoter Julius Sigel has matched him with George 'Boyo Cochrane, the bad boy of East Texas. Leajue has turned In several pleas ing performances as a wrestler. Last summer Cochrane was a target for the 'boo' gang here. On several occasions he had to be escorted from the ring by police officers, the fane showing considerable resentment over his foul tactics. The recent Savage-Davis bout set an all-time crowd record for a program In the auditorium and Promoter. Julius Sigel saya indications are thai the crowd figures will be bettered tonight. Tigers Defeat Little Rock in Fast Twin Bill In two of the fastest games played here this reason, the Shrevepora Timers swept a twin bill with th Little Rock Black T.g-rs at Dixit park Sunday afternoon. The acoret were 8 to 5 m.d 8 to 8. The team went into the ninth Inning of the first game tn a 5 to 8 deadlock, With the hut loaded Lloyd, Shreveport first baseman, hi a line single to left field to svort the wlnniug run. The game was deadlocked it three all tn the third whn Oitrson of 8hiivepirt hit 1 home run with two men on bas. Later the battle was in a 5 to 3 tie, E.en rl'i ured two huriers. Cunningham and McCarroil worked for Little Uock and Alcfrcrornb and Benton for the local nero. Little Rx hart a 8 to t lead on the Iocs) team in the third inning of the second gnme. Dawson's bitting feature rl ft -r ehrevr r crt. Dudlow w the winning hurlT end ass opposed by Orcnooel, It WiiS antipunrixl that th T.g'rt will play the n:c Expurtsia of DeauuwDi next Eunlsy,

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