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MONDAY. AUGUST 31. 19; TEN YANKS INCREASE LEAD 16 GAMES College All-Stars Will Use Diversified Attack irr Battle With Pro Grid Champs Tuesdal THE 3HREVEP0RT TIMES TO NEW YORK TAKES STRANGLE HOLD ON A. L. FLAG WITH TWIN VICTORY OVER CHICAGO SOX With Cleveland Losing Double Header to Boston, Yankees Practically Sew Up Championship; Hadley, Pearson Given Good Support by Slates New York, Aug. SO LP). The Ysnkee 1I but sewed up tht American league pennant today a they downed of doubleheider to snoot 1 mil games m ironi 01 ine real i we loop. Bump Hadley, the league' leading pitcher, won bis 12th game Jn the opener aa the Yanks took an 8 to 1 decision, Monte Pearson won hi 17th tn the nightcap by s 4 to 1 margin, although both he and Vernon Kennedy pitched three-hit ball. With the second-place Cleveland Indian dropping both their games to the Red Sox, the Yank now have off with the pennant. Bill Dickey' 21st homer, and a$ Bame-clinchlng sis run rally In the eighth Inning put the opener on Ice, Hadley allowed seven hit while Ted Llyons was clubbed for 16. In the nightcap the Yank did all their scoring la the seventh, with George Selkirk homer featuring the game-winning assault on Kennedy who lost his seventh start compared with 18 victories. Dl Magglo wa on hasst when Selkirk Doled out his round -tripper. The rookie sensation had tripled a moment before to score Bed Rolls, who had walked. (First Oatne CHICAGO I NEW YORK AH H PO Ai AB H PO A Radclif.lf 0Rolfe.3b 0;Di.Maglo.c elDiokey.c li Selkirk. rf J, Lazzerl,2b ilHadler.p Krevch.rf Appling. si Hares. 2b Dykes, lb Sewell.e Lyons, p IHaas Totals 01 84 7 24 101 Totals 21 14 27 13 1 Batted (or Lynns in ninth. Score by innings: Chicago .... eoo ono ool J New York ' OOP 110 4x Summary: Runs batted In Dickey. Gehrig. Latjerl 1. Heffner. Dl Magglo 2, Kolfe. Bewell. Two-base hlta Appling. Selkirk. Rolfe. Home run Dickey. Sacri-tiees Heffner, Gehrig;. Left on bases New York I, Chicago 10. Base in balls Off Hadley 4. Struck out By Hadley . Lyons 4. Runs Appling. Heffner, Roire. Dickey, Selkirk, Powell. Lamer!. Hadley. Errors Heffner. Rewell, Selkirk. Umpires Ormsby, Moriarty and Hubbard. Time 1:50. (Second Game) CHICAHO 1 NEW YORK AB H PO A AB H FO A Radcllf.lf Krevch.rf 1 0! Heffner. ss 0 S 0 0 1 7 0 10 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 4 1 1 e 2 0 13 1 1 1 i 0 0 0 1 e 1 e 0iHolfe.3U OlDiMagio.ct SlSelkirk.rf 4i Powell. If 81 LLZzeri,2b 1 ! Glenn, c 1 1 Pearson, H 0 Appling, ss Hayes. 2b Dykes. 3b Sewell.e Kennedy.p Stratton. p 1 Walker Totals 28 24 141 Totals 27 8 27 1 Batted for Stratton. in ninth, Score by innings; Chicago flOO 019 000 1 New York ,, 000 000 40x 4 Summary: Buns hatted In Di Maggio. Hayes. Selkirk 2. Two-base hit Powell. Three-base hit Dl Maggio. Home run Selkirk. Stolen bases Appling, Hayes. Pbwell. Double plays Glenn to Heffner. Lazzeri to Heffner to Gehrig. Appling to Hayes to Bonura. Left on bases New York 1. Chicago 3. Base on balls Off Pearson I, Kennedy t. Struck out Pearson 4, Kennedy 2. Hits Oft Kennedy S in T Innings, Stratton none In 1. Wild pitch Pearson. Losing pitcher Kennedy. Runs Appling, Kolfe, Dl Maggio, Selkirk. Powell. Errors Glenn,, Bewell. lime 1:29. MACKS, TIGERS BREAK EVEX Thlladelphla, Aug. 30 ff). The Athletics and Detroit Tigers divided a double-header today, the Macks winning the first game 5 to 4, In 12 Innings and Detroit taking the second 8 to 2. Eldon Auker was the victim In the first game, when Wally Moses doubled, advanced to third oh a safe bunt by Chubby Dean, and scored the winning run when Auker threw wild to third after fielding Dean's hit. Previously Boh Johnson had tied the score at 3-3 In the sixth Inning with hit 21st home run of the year. Llsenbee allowed seven hits In the nightcap and Bridges six. The latter pitched no-hit ball during the last stx Innings alter the A's had scored once In the first Inning and once In the third. Detroit made two run In the second frame and In the third Jo-Jo White doubled and brought home the winning run on Walker' single . (First finme) DETHniT I PHIl.AllB 1 ,1' I II A AB H PO AI AH H TO A Walker, rt Frrnr,lb Ooslln.If Whlte.rf Owen, 3b Rngell.s 1 1 Olflnney.rf S 1 1 t I 4' Dean, lb 0!Hlgglnt,3b 0Hayea,e ;Nweome,aa SINiemlec.ib I S 1 14 1 JMyett. 1, Fin, u Auker, 1 1 Totals 41 1x33 1! Totals 45 15 38 IS x.N nne nut when winning run scored. Score by Innings: rtrolt 100 JMI 010 ftnft 4 Philadelphia O"0 2"! 1"' n1 I Summary: Kuns hatted In Simmons, Walker 1, lllagtns, .Neweome, It. John-on. Mnpf-a, Owen. Two-base hits 1 ean I. Walker, lllgglps. Hums, Mneeg 2, Him. mons. Home rur. K. Johnson. Stolen be e Newaome. Sacrifice M.vatt. Dmihl I ly Auker to Burns. Left on bases Uetrolt I, Philadelphia! la, Buss on halls Off Flrk 4, Auker 4. Struck out Auker I, Kink I. Runs tiebrlngrr. Owen, White, Resell, Finney, Htnra, Dean. H, Johnson, Higxlne, F.rrora Auker. Hayes. 1 'mplraa quinn, Uelsel and Summers. Tims ML (Keennil Clsme) IiKTIWMT I PHII.AIiRI I'llI A AH H I'O Al AH H i'O A Whlts.ef lie Flnney.rf 4 t t 4 ( M' Ohmgr.Jb 114 J Nlchlen.rf WelKer.lf 4 11 O' Fog rf 4 1 I .fwlne,If nwen.ib I 1 J Hlaslns.ll) Rossll.aa 4 116 Havea.c S 1 11 1 1 1 1 I t Hsvwlh.s 4 1 fcrldes, I O'NiemtecJb ILIaenbee.p 1 f ft Totsls iTtgTloj Tola IT 14 f"nr by innings; retroit . ....... 0!l 00(1 son I I'hiladalfhla l"l ' nnn 2 nummary: Buns hat"d lnPucelnelll. fwn, K"ao, Wslkr. Haves. Two-1, a as hits Purcinelll, Whl's, Moseg, liouiilS plafs Niamleo lo N'ewaome to Dean, ."weoms tn Nlemieo tn Ian. Left on (-a P-trolt I, rhllsdelphu 4. Baas halls Off Llanle a. Bridge . -wk out Bridges ff, i.iaennes I. Huns Naf.- f-nac, Time 1. IS, VjJVii GAMES. nr,. Ben Ojahlnga the Chicago Whits Bo, tn both end to play lea than .500 ball to walk ton victory today in both ends of a double-header with St. Louis. The Senators won the first, 5 to 4, and took the nightcap, 7 to 4. In the first game Chapman's single in the eighth drove in the winning run after Hill's fly bad brought a tie score. Harlan CUft of the Browns hit a home run in the seventh. In the second game Chapman trip-pled in the sixth with the base loaded to give the Senators lead St. Louis could not overtake. Ralph Kress hit a home run for Washington in the eighth. (Fir t.t (.amet ST. LOL'IS I WASHINGTON AB H PO A AB H PO A tit i t S 4 10 2 1 Lewis, 3b Mil Cllft.ab Solters.if Bell.rf Carey. 2b Giuliani, o Andrews, p 5 2 1 4 1 1J 4 1 1 OiStone.lf 41 tit O Rynnlds.rf 4110 t 1 01 Travis, s t 1 4 I 4 2 0 l!Bluege,2b 12 0 2 2 0 2 OlMlllles.o t 2 t 4 18 llCaacrela.p 112 1 1 Hill i a e lAppleton.p 0 04 Totals S7 1! 24 7 Totals 34 11 27 10 lHit for Caeca rella in eighth. Score by innings: St. Louis 010 020 1004 Washington 001 110 021 t Summary: Runs hatted in Bottomley. Cssrarella, Millies. Bell 2. Hill, Kuhel, Chapman, Clift. Two-base hlta Lary, Bell. Three-baao hits Bottomley. Chapman. Home run Clift. Sacrifices Lewis, Giuliani, Bluoge. Double play BiueBe to Travis to Kuhel. Left on bases St. Loula 11. Washington . Basa on balls Off Andrews 2, Casrarella, 4. Struck out Andrews 1. Casrarella 2. Ap-pleton 1, Hits Off Cascarella 12 in innings, Appleton none In 1, Winning pitcher Cascarella. Losing pitcher Andrews. Runs Lary. Clift 2. West. Chapman. Reynolds, Travis 2, Bluege. Errors Clift, Travis. Umpires Owens, Johnston and Dineen. Time 1:49. (Serond Game) ST. LOCIS I WASHINGTON All H I'O A! AB H I'O A -2 11 4 2 t 0 Clift, 3b til S!Lewls,3b 4014 Solters.if 4 12 OiKuheUb 4 14 0 Bell.rf 4 13 O'Stone.lf 2 0 10 4 10 3 2 2 4 1 T O Hill.rf 2 0 2 0 Carey,2b 4 17 4 Kress. 2b 3 112 Giuliani, c 3 12 3! Milliea.c 3 2 3 3 Jachuskl.p 2 0 1 1 Newsom.p 0 0 0 1 IPepper 0 0 0 0 Bluege,3b 10 0 6 Thomaa.p 0 0 0 21 2Bejma 1 0 0 0 3Coleman 1 0 0 oj Totala 34 S24 1M Totals 27 3 27 4 lHit for Jiichuski In seventh. 2Hlt for Giuliani In ninth. SHlt tor Thomas in ninth. Score by innings: St. Louis 010 020 1004 Washington 001 004 llx 7 Summary: Runs batted In Cottomley, Chapman 4. Bolters 2. Newsom, Clift, Travis. Two-base hlta Chapman. Millies, Kuhel. Three-baae hits West. Chapman. Hume run Kress. Stolen base Travis. Sacrifices Newsom S. Hill. Stone. Double ploys Kress to Travis to Kuhel. Jachuski to Bottomley. Clift to Carey to Bottomley. Left on laaes St. Louis 7. Washington t. Base on balla Off Jachuakl 7, Newsom 4, Thomas 1. Struck out Newsom 3. Hits Off Jachuskt 4 In 4 Innings, Thomas 4 In 2. Winning pitcher Newsom. Losing pitcher Jachuskt. Rune Lary, West, Giuliani, Pepper, Kuhel, Travia. Hill, Kress, Millies 2, Newsome. Errors Carey, Travis. Jachuskl. Time 2:01), INDIANS' ROOKIE BLASTED. Boston, Aug. 30 (VP). The Red Sox gave Bob Feller. Cleveland's 17-year-old rookie strikeout phenomenon, a lusty cuffing today while sweeping a double-header with the Indians before a crowd of 21,000. Wes Terrell chalked up his 17th victory of the season when the Red Sockers took the first game, 3-2, and Rube Walberg, the veteran southpaw, held the Indians to three hits while his mates were accounting for the second, 8-1. The Indians appeared to have the first garr sewed up for Oral Hilde- brand, their veteran right-hander, until the Sox put on a three-run barrage in the eighth on two errors, singles by Bill Werber and Eric Mc Nair, who hit four for four; a pass to Jimmy Fox and Manager Joe Cronln' long fly. 4 First tlnmel CI.KVKI.AXn I Hi NToN AH H i'O A I AH H i'O A Hushs.2b S'Mmada.rt Hale. 3b 4 'Werber, If l!.:'ramer,cf Kroner. 2b 'rnnin.3b 0 K.Perrell.e 2 W. Ferret, p 21 l Averlll.rf H"rger,lb Wthrly.rf Vosmlk.lf Sullivan, e Hldhrnd.p lCsmpuell Totals SS T 14 121 Totals 31 27 10 1 Halie.l fur HHdehrand in ninth. Score by innings: Cleveland 10100(1002 Houmn ,. (ino 000 03x 3 Summary: Runs halted In Troakv, Cronln, MrNslr, Kroner. Two-base hits Hale. Koxs. Hughes, gaerlflcs Cramer, Left en rase Cleveland 1". Bo-ton 7, lise an belle Oft HiMebrand 1. W, Ker. rell 4. Struck out HlUlehrsrd 3, W. Fer. fell 4. Runs Hale 9, Almads, Werner, Kom, F.rrors Sullivan. Knickerbocker. Kroner 2. i ninirea Kolli, AloGowan and Basil, Time i no (erend flsmel in "STf'N AH KTi IKnil-d f.,r Feller In simli. zioiien ror in eighth, sore by Innings: Cleveland eo tinlt (1011 Boston (i) mo nit B Huwma'v? ftnrs hulled ' Fn I. AverllU Werber, MuNtir, Two-bass hit CI.KVfcl.ANH I A n"H V.) Ai Ffitfhsjh I 4 Hatmads.rf 4 12 4 Hale. 3b 4 1 1 1 Werher.lf III Averlll.rf 4 1 I I rrnsky.lli 4 t e Kom lb 4 I t 1 4 1 3 OKronrr, 2h 3 4 11 Wthrly.rf t 0 1 Crnnin.b 141 lleorge.e lt 4111 Khorkr.s IS Ml rerrell.a 1 t t I f eller, 1 I Wslbers.p I t t 4 ll'hie 1 01 !, t II Ji'smphell 1 Hudlin.p t j Tola's 3d 3 24 111 Totals ? 3 2T . t City's Junior Golf Champion Beaten in 20-Hole Match J. B. Eliminates Billy liar hour in Labor Day Tourney Close play continue to feature the drive for tabor Day golf chant' eionshlp at the Muny course. 20 holes being required to determine a winner Sunday between J. B. Bolt, brother of last year' champion, Tom my Bolt, and Billy Harbour, runner up for medalist. Bolt won one up by linking long putt tor a birdie th-ee, while Harbour was taking a four. Phillip Barnett blasted out a 35- 34-69 score to defeat 8. D. Jackson, 2 and I, and reach the semi-final. Barnett has been in fine form in all matches and Is now in the favorite spot. A Broadmoor representative, Barnett ha been a leading contender for various golf championship in the city for several year. Barnett' victory placed him in the semi-finals where be will play the winner of the Holland vs. Bolt match. The other semi-finalist is Capt. H. C. Winberry, who will clash with the winner of the Bob Crawford vs. Bill Jones match. The latter match Is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon Harbour, Junior golf . champion of Shreveport, staged a brilliant comeback to even his match with Bolt on number 18, after once being two down and two to go. Harbour laid out pars on 17 and 18 while Bolt was one over. On the first extra hole both registered one over par five', then came Bolt birdie that broke up the match on number 20. Two one-up victories were scored In the first flight. O. R. Butler de feated M. R. Harrison and M. E Evans winning from Bill Brown. Jack Loban continued his fine play to defeat Carl Huddleston, 2 and 1, and Ed. Banks finished in front of Floyd Mulky, 4 and 3. The second flight semi-finals have been reached with R. H. Nelson meeting A. D. Llddell in the upper bracket and Alex Arnold will face Carl Kelly In the lower bracket semi-finals. LABOR DAY PARADE Taking a seven-up advantage by blasting out a three under par 31 on the out nine, Capt. H. C. Winbery registered a 8 and 5 victory over Cecil McDermott Saturday afternoon to reach the semi-final round of play in the Labor Day tournament over the Muny course. The Winbery vs. McDermott con test was the only championship match played Saturday, but play in fie first flight was advanced another notch when Bryan Heirs received a 3 and 1 setback from Carl Huddles- ton. Capt. Winbery Saturday displayed the same type of golf that saw him through to a win over Vance Llddell, former city champion. Wlnberry's drive were consistently "down the middle," while his approaches and putts were working in rare order. In the seml-flnals Winbery will clash with the winner of the Bob Crawford vs. Bill Jones match. LADIES TOIRXE The Ladles ringer tournament at the Muny club will be brought to a clone Sunday, Mrs. T. L, Morris and Mrs. D. G. McMillan being In a two-way tie at the present time with 35's. Mrs. Charles Barr Is second with 37. Other players competing for the ringer tournament title are: Mrs. Strubbe McConnell, 45, Mrs. C. F. Andrews 45, and Mrs. Mamie Turner 49. TIES COl RT RECORD Larry McCool, former Shreveport Country club professional, tied the Muny course record with a four under par 30 this week while playing In a foursome with the Muny, Shreveport Country club and Broadmoor club professionals, Dan Dodez, Frank Cook and Ned White. Birdies on holes number 2, 8. 4 and 8, coupled with pars on other holes, enabled McCooi to equal the same feat performed by Phillip Barrett, Tommy Bolt and Arthur Burroughs. While tying tht record McCool and partner, Dodez, turned In a low ball core of 28 to defeat White and Cook one stroke, Alex. Arnold and BUI Heggle upset well laid plan for the playing of their second flight match In the Labor day tournament by meeting thre day earlier than schedule. The two, who are regular partner, got wind to tht fact that many were panning to attend the match, and alsc that a picture was to be made say they started play from the number on tee. Arnold won, I and 2. The SI (core turned in by th club' president, Edwin Moore, r ccntly did not tet a new course record at the Country club, although 11 was a great performance. Early in the summer W. E. Hickt made the same score for club members to shoot at. The Rochester Red Wings, a property of the fit, Louis Cardinal chain, ha sold three stars to other big league organltstlon. The Red bought First Basemsn Phil Weln traub and Outfielder Jack Rothrock, and the Red 80s bought Outfielder Buster Mill. Werher f. Almsde. MeNslr. ascrtflee Kroner. Cramer, Left nn hagaa Cleve land 4. rtoston I. Haas on hallatff Fellee 3, allien t, hiring nut Keller I. Walbere 4. Hits Off Keller 4 In 4 Innings, I,ee none In I, Mudl's t In 1, Wild pitch Kellar. trains (iltrhef Feller, Runs Hughes. Almada. VVe'baf 3. Fogg, Cramer, tr ror Hughe. Tuns 1:47, Thomas Awarded All-Around Title in Fly Casting (Csatlnues Frag r receding Page.) Wimbledon champion, and Don Budge, Oakland. Calif, red-head, are favored to meet for the men' title relinquished by Wllmer Allison, out of singles competitl-n because of an injury. The national doubles titles will be determined at Chestnut Hill Monday when Wllmer Allison and John Van Ryn, defending champions, meet Gene Mako and Don Budge, young Californian. for the men' title for the second straight year and Helen Jacobs and Mrs. Sarah Palfrey Fab yan. defending titleholdera, play Carotin Babcock and Mrs. John Van Ryn for the women's crown. The national polo championship will start at Meadowbrook Sunday, with Green tree, last year's champion, favored to retain its laurels and meet the Invading Argentine team, winner of the recent Olympic title, in an international series, starting Sept. 19. Result bait casting for accuracy-First ten: Sgt. C. L. Green, first; T. C. Boyd, second; Edwin Castanado, third; Frank Cert, fourth; Paul Winder, fifth: A. C. Wright, sixth; H. C. Meadows, seventh; L. B. Howard, eighth; Webster Downer, ninth; Bill Harper, tenth. Bait casting for distance First ten: Ed. L. Castanado, first: T. C. Boyd, second: Roy W. Chapman, third; George W. Wilbur, fourth; Pinkie Rogers, fifth; Edwin Castanado, sixth; David Barton, seventh; M. W. Bass, eighth; C. H. Gelsen, ninth; and W. R. Garrett, tenth. Fly casting for accuracy First ten: J. W. Thomas, first; E. C. Thompson, second; V, E. Barr, third; T. H. Pitt-man, fourth; Pinkie Rogers, fifth: L. B. Howard, sixth; A. B. Kilgore, seventh: M. F. Harmon and Chas. A. Harbuck. tied for eighth: J. B. Yar-borough, ninth; A. C. Wright, tenth. Fly casting for distance First ten: V. E. Barr, first; J. W. Thomas, second; Chas. A. Harbuck, third; T. H. Pittman, fourth; M. F. Harmon, fifth; A. B. Kilgore. sixth; E. C. Thompson, seventh; L. Rosenfield, eighth; Lt. J. P. McConnell, ninth; A. C. Wright, tenth. Ladles bait casting for accuracy: Mrs. J. L. Duke. Best-all-around bait caster: Ed. L. Castanado, first; T. C. Boyd, second; Edwin Castanado, third. Best all-around fly caster: J. W. Thomas. Kraftsmen of Camden Defeat Local Ball Nine Camden. Ark.. Aug. 30 (Special). Kraftsmen bunched eight hits off White to defeat Morris and Dickson of Shreveport, 4 to 0, here Sunday. Nolan led the visitors in hitting witn two in four trials. Lambkin made two hits in three trials for Camden. The onlv extra extra base hit was a two bagger in the first inning that drove in a run. Score bv lnnines: R. H. E. Morris-Dickson 000 000 000 0 7 1 Kraftsmen ....100 030 000 4 8 2 Batteries: White and Womack; Reeves and Robinson. . Rgsjulfs AMERICAN LEAGl'E. Cleveland 2-1, Boston 3-5. Detroit 4-3, Philadelphia 8-2. Chicago 1-1, New York 8-4. St. Louis 4-5, Washington 6-7. NATIONAL LEAGVE. Boston 2-1, Pittsburgh 4-3. New York 8-8, Chicago 1-6. Philadelphia 3-3, Cincinnati 8-4. Brooklyn 8-3, St. Louis 6-2. TEXAS LEAtil E. Galveston 4-2, Oklahoma City 1-8. San Antonio 7. Fort Worth 8. Houston 7-4, Tulsa 15-2. Beaumont 4; Dallas 1. EAST TEXAS LEACt'E. Henderson 3-1, Palestine 4-2. Kilgore 6, LonRvlew 13, Marshall 11, Oladewater 13. Tyler 2, Jacksonville 3 (14 Innings). INTERNATIONAL LEAOt'E. Syracuse 3-1: Albany 0-2. Toronto 2-2; Montreal 4-8. Newark 4-6: Baltimore 6-2 (second game called end 6th, darkness). Buffalo 3, Rochester 6 (iirsi). AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Louisville 8-3; Toledo 7-8 (first, 10 Innings), Indianapolis 14-3; Columbus B-O. Kansa city 8-2; Minneapolis 7-1 (second, 10 Innlngsl. Milwaukee 8-6; Bt. Paul 7-7 (sec ond called 8th, Sunday law). AMERICAN LEACtlE. W. L. Pet I W. I,. Frt. New Torlt 41 .4SI Wsah. 4l.tl4 Devalsnd 4 44 .44.1; Boston 44 44 .4H4 Chlrasn 7 l .123 I'hlla. 47 31 .S7 Detroit It 43 .tSUiSt. Loul 44 11.341 NATIONAL I.RAOVE. W. I.. Pel.- W. L. P'. N'ew Tor 17 47 ,4!lrinelnntl 40 44 ,4i St. Louie 14 M .47 Boston 64 47.444 ChlrsgQ 73 4S .n7 Biookljra tt 74 ,4f Plttg. 44 II ,430, mill. S, gg .Sag BOt'THERN AMOl IATION. W. L. PC. I W. !.. Pot It It ,4M II 71 .444 17 la ,411 II 11.374 Atlanta 4 .441 t,. Ror Naahvlll 77 .! Chst. N Or. 13 14 .t'3 Knogvlll Hirm. ti II. 3 Memphis TT TFXAS I.EAGtE. W. U Frt. I W. 1 TVt. fvlef 41 1.1 ,l:ia Paleatlns 34 87 .41 Jaavllls 44 .4 Henderaoa 34 37 .4.14 Inngvietr 40 J7 ,H7 Murahall (4 43 .373 (lldwier II 10 .Ml Kllsore 13 43 .311 TEXAS l.F.AIil B I, Fet I W T, TVf rallas II .:i4 Fl. World 14 71 .473 Hmiatnti 74 43.PM! Antonio II 11 .47 Tnlas II 4 .S"?! Haaiimont IS 18 ,41 Og, Citr It tt .t07Ualvsitoa 14 II .III BIERMAN DRILLS PLAYERS IN USE OF REVERSES, LATERALS, FORWARD PASSES FOR DUEL Pigskin Battle Will Be Waged in Soldier Field Under Lights and May Be Viewed by 70,000 Persons; Both Teams End Hard Workouts By MARTIV KANE r lilted Pre Staff Correspondent Chicago, Aug. 80 flJ.PJ The college All-Star and the Detroit Lion, rival In the third "test ease" between college and professional football ended practice today for Tuesday night' contest. The two previous games between collegian and national professional league champions, although Intended to establish the supremacy of one type of game over the other, ended Indecisively with the fan still raging in controversy. 60 far neither side has scored a touchdown. Two years ago an Inspired All-Star team held the Chicago Bears to a scoreless tie. but outplayed the pro$ champions. The collegians dropped last year'a game with the Bears, 6-0, on a safety and field goal but came within eight yards of victory when Don Hutson of Alabama caught the pros napping on an ancient end- around play and raced 24 yard. Heavy ram dulled the second half, At least 70,000 fan are expected at Soldier Field Tuesday night. The original game packed the stadium with 80,000 spectators and last year' spectacle, despite threatening weath er, drew 77,000. The Lions, professional champions of 1935, went through final drill to day at Bloomfield Hills. Mich., and the All-Stars, guided by Coach Bernie Zlerman of Minnesota, completed training at Northwestern university. The pro team has been conceded an edge In pre-gaine opinions in all these contests, chiefly because they are accustomed to playing as a unit, where the All-Stars are chosen in a nationwide poll and have only two and one-half weeks of drill together. But this year the 53 collegians have absorbed Blerman'a Minnesota system In jig-time, partly because the fans picked five Min-nesotans for the team. In contrast to the largely defen sive play of previous teams, Bierman promised a diversified attack. His boys will use an unbalanced line with a single wing back for most plays. They have been drilled hard In reverses, laterals and forwards and plan to use them to offset the running of Dutch Clark and Glenn Presnell, the block of Ernie Caddel and the kick lng of Frank Christensen. Against such stalwarts the All-Stars will oppose Jay Berwanger, University of Chicago zig-zagging fleet foot who never had much chance on an other wise second-rate team; Sheldon Beise, the Minnesota fullback; Mike Layden, Notre Dame's great blocker, and Tuffy Leemans of George Washington university, a half back who has been the running ghost of recent scrimmage. Bobby Wilson of Southern Methodist will flip the collegians' short passes. The professionals hold a weight ad vantage in the line, but may find re cent injuries to Jim Steen, tackle, and Bill McKalip, end, a handicap, Both men are expected to start. George Roscoe, Minnesota halfback. will be missing from the Ail-Star lineup because of an injury Incurred In first week's practice. Since the game is to be under lights, the All-Stars worked out brief. ly last night at Soldier Field. The Lions are to do the same tomorrow night, but the drill will be extremely light. The All-Stars also will limber up tomorrow. The game Is to be played under college rules, except that the goal posts will be on the goal line and the collegiate "dead ball" rule has been abandoned. Little Rock Nine Wins Double Bill From Local Team In two games, featured by sensational fielding and timely hitting, Little Rock Black Tigers defeated the Shreveport Tigers Sunday afternoon at Dixie park before a big crowd. The scores were 4 to 3 and 4 to 0. It was the first loss for the Shreveport negroes in some time. A sensational running catch with two men on base In the last inning by J. Hawkins on Albercromble long fly saved the game for the visitors, Cunningham held Shreveport to two hit in the second game. Benton for Shreveport and McCarroll for Little Rock were the rival hurlers In the first game. The Shreveport team play the New Orleans Black Pelicans in a three-game eerie next Sunday and Labor day, EAST TEXAS LEAGUE Marshall 000 304 0221114 1 Oladewater ,... 023 011 1231313 2 Batteries: Holmes and Barnett; Vanorsdol and Vlttart. Tyler ... 100 100 000 00000 2 8 8 Jicktnvll 000 000 002 000 01 8 10 1 (14 Innings) ' Batteries: Johnson and Camllli, Andrews; Oravln and Krole. Kilgore 402 000 000 611 8 Longview .... 810 203 Olx-1313 8 Batterir Fletcher, Scott, Spain and Lee, McNulty, Baker and Warren, (Second Ciame) Henderson .... 000 020 0018 8 9 Palestine , 000 020 20x 4 7 8 Batterir Gate and Ratcllff; Tal- ley and Hornsby. (Second flame) Henderson 000 000 11 4 1 Palestine 000 002 x-3 8 0 Batteries Schsefer and Radcliff; Bchopp and Hornsby. GennesToday Probable pitchers in the major leagues today: NATIONAL LEAGVE New York at Chicago Gabler vs. Warneke. (Only game scheduled in either league.) SOETHEBN ASSOCIATION New Orleans at Nashville. Little Rock at Atlanta. Memphis at Knoxvllle. (Only games scheduled.) TEXAS LEAGl'E Galveston at Dallas.' Beaumont at Oklahoma City. San Antonio at Tulsa. Houston at Fort Worth. (All night games). J. Louis Comiskey, owner of the Chicago White Sox, has a private elevator to hoist his 350 pounds of bulk to his office In White Sox park. Mike Blivensky, deaf and dumb fighter, is working out in Stillman's gymnasium, New York. He hopes to land some metropolitan engage ments. Eric Borchmeyer, Germany's sprint star, is 33 years old. He is a "nut on athletics and trains all the year round. TIMES (Effective August IS. 1935) r.OTTTRlANA - loirivclfl n vv i m Weekdays 18c Per Line Sundays 20c Line MAIL ORDERS ARE CASH WITH COPX ALL OTHER STATES !0e PER LINE Count Si i Average Words to Lin (MINIMUM TWO LINES) PHONE YOUR WANT AD TO TELEPHONE TlATPa 7 Times, Consecutive 10c Line a ximes. including Sunday ..I5e Per Line I Times. Week Day j3c per Llne 1 I me' Wwk Dl7 18 Fr Line IJ,1.'.,' Pr Line ci.crnuio, aus are strictly "accommodation accounts" and collections art Mjaue immeiiateiy. Special Discount for Cash Ads Over the Counter CANCELLATIONS Ada cancelled not lata, than C k - ... ... ... ...... ,r ina loiiowing mornings edition, with exception of ..Inun,, iu o:,v p. rri. ERRORS All errors should be corrected "xuijina ins uiaaairied Department "" oy. ine nmee la not re sponsible for mora thsn on Incorrect RATE ExrrcPTrnvs. Pardon Notices (once weekly for two -Fea auioavii or, publication furnished) tt tn Special Notices. Cards of Thsnks. In Memorlams (minimum 10 lineal. .. 15 no All other Notices. Bids. Pronoaalg, ate. SOc per nne lor nrst and alternate Inaer-tiong, suhaequent eonaecutlv Insertions tio par line. The Classified Department tg open from , i, a. m. to 7 n m ,.. i-..- i. a. m. to I p. m.). Sundays, hours' 10:30 soon ana p. m. to 7 p. m. No Newspaper in ARK-LA lt.x area excels The Times in Want Ads and Results . . . Ths Tlir.g lg a member of th Aasoclatlon or newspaper Classified .Advertising Mansgera, which Includes leading newspapers throughout th country, and has ior us Sim trie elimination of frsudulent and misleading advertising, detrimental to it reader' imtrtst and welfare. SPECIAL NOTICES! KfYTTrii! Trt er-ttw ,,r , The Loulalana Tag Commission will re view ins ssseaam-nts of Caddo Parish, beginning Haptemher I, 1934, through hepiemoer 12, 1936 On said dels ths Louisiana Tas Commlaalon will review tha values fisM by the Aseeaaor ami the Pariah Hoard of Equalisation, and will fit values for assessment piirnnaea. A O. HAMMKTT. Tag Ataessor for Caddo Pariah, Lou alanm. The Timas Aug. tt through Sent. . 13I. Bids and Proposals I'KOPOHAL TOR LEY Kit WORK.U. S. i-.npm-vr Ullire, ICRBBUrg. Mlll.- Sealed propoaals will be received hers until 10 a.m., Sept. IS. Its, and then npened, for constructing approximately l.lto.en ruble yards of earthwork on th eaat bank of th Mississippi rlvsr in Miaalaaippl and Arksnsa. Further Information on snnllratlnn . The Times, Au. 3t, 30, Hi Sept. It, 11, fBwme Opporfrritif EfTABUfHfCn rlgar-nswaatand, d H f rsiea ) f,oii raeii or will talis part, Per who mut operate same; ladv preferred. Hr.ent reason for sellln. Net po'lofflre. Hn-ner Cltv WTLU AHHANUK Ihrouah Mnllvirnnd suiter tn have youf storite. novels, etc., adapted for th screen, with poaalhlll" ties vf selling ses on enmmtaalnn hula For details, writ P. o. iioi II, Kn:an l.a hE' KHKI l atent Aitnrnev Knsineer .NO Charae For' Prellmlnare a.lwie A. F. Flnurnoy (of Monroe, La I. Cone suliatinne ihrevenort office. Tueednr, 1-4. Rlroi.lre-i a'ee PMe I'hnaa l.i" PTulsii'irAlTn's and oft drink stand ror aaie al a bargain, i. Mansfield road, Mr. Senium. : 1 Bwines Opportunities j BHEEZE IV?f. Greenwood rest aqulpped with rate, bar, private booths; good sane nail.- Keasonsbls rent. SALE Comt'lel stork sad future, mea. romsa an children's rdy-to-war- Wrlts P. O. Bog 23. Vivian. Lm.. WOULD like te buy email easiness is or rear Shreveport. Usuila. f. O. Pos 49. Shreveport. La. ESTABLISHED grocers snd market. (In location, doing; good businssau cheap rent. Involre stock. Write Do 4S1-C cat The Times. Oil Propositions PAN'OLA rountr. Teiae, leases and royalties bought and sold. V. U. Hoc Ml. fihreveoort, Ie. OIL LKA&KS WAXTSD (ram land swnerg direet. Want proven acreage in ar close to shallow field, with prospects of purchaser drilling, 1 satisfactory. Alas want large block of wildcat acreage, but must have good geology. Give sll Information, location, etc., br letter, or no attention will be given your answer. Write P. O. Bog 1171. New Orlesns, La. FOR SA1.K 324 At'KKrt TWO MILKS KKOSl COTTON V ALLEY DISCOVERY WKLL . . . Abatract and tit Is fully guaranteed. Only til acre if sold by Tuesday witb t-year commercial teaas and II per year rental. Writs or apply O. 1. Pipkin. HOI Kair-field Ave. Phone 3744 or 3-S3II. LEASIC fur fcale -Ida section, near production. :l scrss. NW . of 8W . section 22-23-15, tit per acre. Phong s-1344. UAVK choice leases clone to Cotton Valley well. Margarutt Haaalocher. office Washlngton-Youree. Phone 3-174!. IX)R LEASE 160 Acres, section t and t-T-13 R-ll-W. Miller county. Ark. Approximately 14 miles from McClanahsn test now down 3,n0 feet. Phone 33.10 or communicate with S. I. Davis, Horatio, Ark. OIL LBASUS WANTED from land owners direct. Want proven acreage In or closs in (o shallow field, with proanectg of purchaser drilling. If sstisfactory. Alao want large block of wildcat acreage, but must have good geology. Give all Information, location, etc.. by letter, or no attention will be given your answer. Writ P. O. Box 1172, Mew Orleans. I. FOR SALE Oil lease direct from owner In Cotton Valley section. Writ Bog 1S9-E. care The Times, LEAPB BROKERS OIL MEN AND OWNERS! ... Advertise your holdlnrs In (his clsast ficatton. Your meaaage will reach more than 40.000 readers dally throughout th ARK-LA-TEX area, t,000-ACRE lease, block east of Cotton Valley well. Want deep teat or will sell Phone 3-i28. A'ILL BUY leaaes or royaltlea around Ida, Caas county, or Cotton Valley. P. O. Box J 21 1. Phone 3-5333. BUT AND SELL LEASES and Royalties. Alao drilling blocks. A. D. King. 3-7174. 1LOST AND FOUND LOST OTt PTRATF.D T-arga white male cat. Reward. Return to 131 Untdilla or call 8-4497. HANDSAW used for tree surgery work on Louisiana atteet, has name S. V. Bailey on raw; reward. 3-7827. LOST B.ack and tan hound, scar on throat. Phone 2-1560. Reward. INSTRUCTION m Educational and Schools LIDE-DEUPREE SCHOOL will open Sept 14. Grades. Kindergarten through aec ond. Specializing In foundation work. Phones S-4703 or 1-3396-W. Dalzell Kindergarten Phone 7761 or 7905 COMMERCIAL aubjecta and penmanship tuition reasonable. Mrs. Whiaenhunt, 715. BERTHA HAYES CRIMES' Classes In Shorthand snd Typing ENROLL NOW I 3030 Creawell BU riions 3-29S5 GIRLS to learn Swediah massage. 163 Jordan St. Phons 2-1843. Shreveport Beauty School Nationally Known "Rudemar System" EARN WHILB YOU LEARN New Claase Now Forming .'! MILAM T. ANN LOWE Majestic Beauty School EARN WHILB YOU LEARN 314 MAJESTIC BLDO. PHONE 3-3473 BATCHELOR-KILGORE BEAUTY SCHOOL tth Floor Hutchinson Bldg, Phone 4B43 MEN I WOMEfei LEARN BARb'bRWO McDonald Barber College 113 Loritstans St. Jqgt Off Texa Norton Business College Th School of Individual Teaching" The Original Greg Shorthand College of Shreveport. Day and Night School, Ask for Information. Fourth Floor Levy Building Phone t-4341 SKILLED OH UNSKILLED Unskilled men ar on relief rolls of ths government. Hen skilled In ths trades ar In demeand by all Industries. Become a skilled man. Lesrn a trade. Con sider printing. Instruction offered In Hand Compoaitlon, Linotype, Monotype. Presawork. Writs for free catalog. V, C. Garriott, Southern School of Ptlntln. 1114 South St., Nashville, Tann. Music MRS. W. R. ROBERTS' Piano Studio. I'.nrntl row for (all. 2204 Line. 3-2273. FRANCES WILKIN FEIIUUSON Tescher of Piano Studio Open Sept. 1 151 Klrby Plao Phone 1-15(0 PERSONALS" - PENCF.R Corsets, tnfltytdugllf dealrned. Mrs BiigHhe(h Not(. 143 Hetndnn. 3 iaI4. UNIVERSITY student desires paeaage (o California. Licensed driver. A-1 rsf-erencea. Phone 3-1:140. VABliNa II WITH PATH UELMOOR CAMP STKNOriRAT'TflC snd NOT A R t ServlcT r.B i kact s topis, w. B, Williams. 101 Levy riidg. MADE-'tO-MEAsTih'iE corsets nd Sup ports it up. Booenheimer Corssl Manufacturer. 1524 Southern Ave 1 1221. PAST, preaent and future card reading -iwi narien. gueenahorough. "V ctt all.! Ti aC-s- shViiit" . W .:en, Optometrist. 3iwsr Bid. ACCIDENT AND HKALTH 1iRAr4Ct in Leonard Agency, 307 Sisttery Bldg. FLUOR LHFAl IN(iT finishing Special wsain. it room, liodor souigment. Pbmie I.I 441 B A RiiAlNS In pew snd used radios. B. A K. hadln, 171 Tetas, 1721, MISS Ali"A A. IMT'ON. who la reoreaent. lng herself at Ihs wife of Mr. i. L. Weliers of New Orleans, Ls., hag never been married to me. (Signedl 1. L. WALTERS, 3711 Cleveland Ave,, New (rene. I.s, KNITTED DRESSES rT.Xr HIirKMll by MR". PARr4 l01 Mlshland Ave. - I'hope .J?,'4 IHit'LliF.H BRACKS Tn-state Srao inatrumeot Co., 41 Crockett It, PERSONALS t 1 Beauty Parlors GUARANTEED psrmanantg. Knee facia Kae-Re Beauty Sbop. '701 W. t le. aj7. GUARANTEED Oil Waves: Crequin 13; EplraL and up. jasmuaV Travis. Phone 1-473. SPECIAL iluarsatsed croaulnole. II il wave H it. Two operator. Ho netts Beauty Shop. 3-7417. GUARANTEED Croaulgn!) Pemane II It. 444 Ollva, 111 a, Fanner 1. treawelt. SPKC1AL guaranteed Permanent. I IS Ardls Building Beauty Bhep. 1-41 LAD? FAIR BEAUTS" SALON 1411 Teaas vs. phone HIS, PERMANENT waves, tl.l and up; chlnslaas waves, II. Seven eipert apt atora. 41 Milam. Phone, 123. Swedish Massage BATHS and Massages. Departments men and women. 7:3 a. in. to 19 p. Sundays I a. m. and I p. ra. Aladdin Healthatorium Ardls Wdg. Phone t-1431 nr 1-6 SCIENTIFIC niaaaage. baths. Norma lng zsrcisri. Hoover Sisters, tli Ed Phone 7081. TURKISH STEAM BATHS. MASSAGE 3231 Line. Billl Carelock. 1-1100 Business Cards R. Lt. TATUM C1VII- ENGI'JEEfl 413 LEVT BI.DO. 3-1341 OR 41 SHREVEPORT WINDOW CLEANING d 3111 ALABAMA AVE. ... , PHONB 4011 I HELP WANTED MALE; WANTED Hardwood sawyer for f left hand mill In North Louisiana. 1 leas fast and good grader don't ar. Write Box 800-EM. care The times. J OAS FITTER, who has tools and car Vuck to Install gas appliances snd mi adjustments. Plena work. Wrlta I 448-F. care The Times. WANTED Thres old men to sell morn Times, good downtown comers. Apph a m. only. Mailing Room. Aak for a 1 nompgon. HAVE opening for I good men on J. Watktns Products Routes, Rode, Vlvlsn snd Shreveport. Call at 133 .', ATTRACTIVE! proposition for man car. Apply 400 Ricou-Brawster Bid, and I a.m. WANTED Two flrst-clas body men. Glvs detslls. reference and p experience. Writ Box 231-F. car Times. WANTED First-class combinai matcher and moulder man. Parlor C Lumber Co., Inc., Monroe, La. IF you do not find the position for o 82o you can place a 1-line ad under "Situatlona" classification. Special duced rate on 7-time Insertion. MAN, experienced, -undertake produci flat bucked oak ttaves. Write Expor 333 Carondelet St., New Orleana. WANTED AT ONCE 30 CONSTHUCTION M ILLWRIGH1 WRITK THRALL AND SHEA 1 LAKR rHARIjF.S. lJk. A YOL'Nti MAN with car and outside ai experience. Rapid promotion If you qJ Ify. See Mr. Walker. Hearne Dry Go Co., after 3:30 p. m. Monday or be; 10 a. m. Tuesday. SALES POSITION with educational partment, local atore, for ex-teacher -party familiar educational work. No vassing. All work bonn-fide laadi. eaaential. Write Box 267-B. The Tin Agents and Salesmen NATIONALLY-KNOWN manufacturer high quality garage toola and equlpni wants man of character and ability protected territories. We give you liberal commlaalon and. an opportu to establish your own permanent profitable business. Must have For further details writs OTC, Owa na. Minn. WANTEDI 11.30 to t.00 or yearly retailing nationally knJ Rawleigh neceaaltles. Enormous mand. Fascinating work. Easy an Good profits Few routes now o Write quirk for full particulars R leifth. Dept. LAH-154-68. Mem? Tenn. WANTED A good experienced aafcw: with panel body truck. Good pr sltlon. Phone 860. Miscellaneous WANTED White or colored gen- must be excellent cook and nu 1-3712. YOHNG men with car to work with ritory manager out of Shreveport. la not a canvassing Job, hut ahllltj meet punno eaaential. Mr. Cobb, Ardls Bldg., today. 10 to 11. HELP WANTED, FEMALE WANTED co!or4! eooV and hoi keeper, with reference. Apply Vine. W'ANTED Kxperlenced middle-aged to take charge of hotel coffee a State aalary and references. Wr rmtei wnatosh, Nstchltochea, n t WANTED Experienced middle-aged I to take charts of hotel oof fee si State salary nd references. V Box 197-PM, pare The Tlmee. CAS I IT Department gtor or retail experience rimr-o, atitiress r. Box 487, Clt 8T K NOtT RAP H E R BOOKKEBPER aalstgnc For General Offlo Wrlie P. O. Pox 1444. City. Household "iTi iririii-iriirirnir "iriir,irr,n,iw,ean WANTED Neat polored woman, sen general homework; liv on pram 3-2213. SITUATION WANTED Mala fOL'Nil MAN desire work, expene in saies ana collections, Beit rstersn VoL'NO high school graduate work; Phone 1-250 J. NKAT colored man warns yt porier, cnsutteur, eooki refer GOOD, reliable plumber and sas fi wnis wnrs si pnimnin compsny. Joe, 17.11. J, Q p0T cl1,r 0r MAIIRIKM men. a) .tM. as lea work, mntt ,u-t- t u- hand; several years experience; re, 'nis nog i aa-j, cars Time KXPF.HIKNCED bookkeeper and g ie accouniant desires noaltlon In counting department of large: f local rafaremesi married. Call Ingram, phone 443. WA.VTKI) tn.lll.... ..I- .. - mwrienre. vsn rurnisn A-l referen . Mm' ' " igaennriH, Vol Nii man wants JoU with reliable c-rn wners win nan chance for sncenent A-l reference. Writ 37-C Tha Tlmee. wXf'ERIKNCKD oa lesman ' and enlla now employee, oeairea rnsnge; naa 1 ea,'. Wrlie Hoe ltjl The Tim.. iXtl Nd man deaVres any klnd""nrbo: me wors. rtesi o rsierences. s.tnti CC)M1NATT(5S meal culler InTlro. ir,-n. n-t reterencea. n iniwl Writ Boi lll-FM, Th TIdim.

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