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.THE SHREVEP. ORT TIMES NINE 6.4,417 SEE GIANTS, CARDS SPLIT BILL Keen Rivals Will Meet in Feature Bout of All-Star Wrestling Card in Auditorium Tonight . 'A. 5 ' " . MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1936 MIGHTIEST CROWD TO EVER WITNESS N. L GAME ATTENDS OPENING OF CRUCIAL SERIES New York Takes Firrt Content and Dizzy Dean Saves Second Came for St. Louis by Great Relief Hurling; Ott's Bat Features Loop Leaders Win Orioles Round Into Third Week FELLER, HUSKY HIGH SCHOOL Barret Rallies to Beat Murphy for Tennis Title ROOKIE WITH CLEVELAND, FANS SEVENTEEN, ALLOWS TWO HITS of Grid Training Moran Searching for Wing By ALAN GOt'LD Associated Pre Sport Editor New York, 6ept. 13 (P) Amid the tumult and roar of th mightiest crowd ever to wttnes National league baseball game, an overflow crowd cf 64.417 that packed the Polo Ground to the rafters, the league-leading New Tor It Giant split spectacular double-header today with their lore most challengers, the St. tout Cardinals. Bushing to the rescue of the faltering Boy Parmelee In the eighth Inning of the final game, the great Dizzy pean saved an even break for the Crippled "Gathouse Gang" after the Giants had pinned their ears back with an 8-4 victory tn tne opener, with the aid of two bomer by Mel Ott. Dean, pitching In hi third gam In two straight days, turned back the home team with the tying run ca second base In each of the last Guardians; Team Gets Plays Monday Umpires Mnran, Sears, FinclU an Park' r. Tims 21. (Heron (isms) battle. Fighting hard for a double triumph that would have all but ended lingering doubt about the championship outcome, the GianU nevertheless preserved their lead of 3 ft games over the Cardinals, with the last came of the serle due tomorrow. Meanwhile the Chicago Cubs by di-j vlding two game In Brooklyn, re mained five behind. In third place. The Giants now have 14 games left to play, the Cards 13 and the Cub 12. The league leaders outplayed but failed to outgame the har-rassed, battle-worn Cardinals, whose patched up batting order Included only three survivors of their 1934 championship machine, outside the box. After slugging out an easy victory tn the first game, behind the seven-hit pitching of Fred Iltzsim-mons, the Giants lacked finishing power In the pinches tn the hatterly fought second encounter, to the Intense annoyance of a crowd that finally became almost too unruly to handle. The demonstration ty spectators BT. LfH'IS i NEW TOMC AHHPOAI ABHl'OA ill 6J.Mours.lf i 1 ft 0 Grbldi.2b 111 411 J.Mrtn.rf 4 11 OOtt.rf 4 11 Mdwck,lf 14 0, Hippie, cf III Mir. lb 4 1 10 2ILcaiic.ll 4 1 It t 4 1 1 Jackson. lb 414 4 1 I M.ncano.c 4 t I Device - I 11 OlSHpcarcr IKins !7ravls I Oarvskl.e S t 1 4 4 Parmsie.p SSI I Smith. S I J. iMta.p 11 tllMsyo 1 jCa.tlmn, 4 t Totals It I 87 lliUTerrjr 0 0 9 1 4Hrhumchr 4 Coffmsn.p t ( SLeibtr 1 ( Oumbert, t I sKoenl 4 4 0 Totala 1 27 t! IRan fur Vnviu in seventh. ZHutled for Smith in third. 1 Batted for Castleman in fifth. 4Rn for Terry In fifth. Hatted for Coffmaa In ceventh. SRan fur Mancuso in ninth. 'Ran for Spencer In ninth. (Batted for Gumbert in ninth. Score by inning. St. Louia M4 004 400 4 New Yorlc 100 001 edO 1 Summary: Brrors Kartell, Eurocher, Parmelee. Jackson. Runs batted in Ott. J. Martin. Mice t. Leslie 1. Home runs Mine. Leslie, Sscrlflces Bsrtell, Parmelee, Ripple, Oarodowskl, Whitehead. Double !lay Whitehead to Bartell to Leslie, Left on basesNew York 8. St. Louis 7. Base on bulls Off Smith 1, off Partnelee 1, off J. Dean 1. Struck out By Smith 1, by Parmelee 1, by Gumbert 1. by J. Dean 1. Hits Off Smith 4 In 1 Innings, off Castle- Iman 1 in 2 innings, off Coffman 1 in 2 In nings, off Gumbert 2 In I Innings, oft Parmelee in 7 Innings (none out In eluhth), off J. Dean 2 In 1 Innlnss. Wild Pitch J. Dean. Winning pitcher Parme- lee. Losing pitcher nmitn, nuns l. Moore, J. Martin. Medwick. Mize. i. I Moore. Hippie, Leslie. Ttma 2:24. PIRATES , SPLIT TWO GAMES. Philadelphia, Sept. 13 (JP). The reached It height In the fifth In- Phillies and Pittsburgh Pirates Al nlng of the second game, when the Giant filled th base with' one out. but failed to score. A September snowstorm of torn vided a double-header today, the Phillies talcing the nightcap, 4 to 5, after the Pirate won the opener, 1 5 to 3. The Phils staged a three-run rally program and papers filled the air, in the seventh Inning to knock Mace littered half the field and caused a urown out oi me do ana win mo whuho. second game. Meanwhile Ory Jorgens wsinpu, " allowed nine hits to the Pirates, Appeals from the umpires and an- I Tne pirate runs were scored la the Bouncers only partially checked the I sixth on single by Jensen and rt-st.Hrhanc hut the earn was finish- Vaughan and a aoume By ram w. ed , with nothing more untoward than the invasion of the Cardinal bull penn In the eighth inning, by a woman spectator who lifted a heavy rollup door to gain the field. Police escorted her from the park. ner. Johnny Moore crove in tne winning run with a single after two other single, a walk and an error by Vaughan had undone Brown earlier work. In the first game the Pirates ral lied against young Pete Elves to A crowd overflowed every avail- . thrM ,. i eiehth lnnlrni able bit of seating or standing room ftf tef a homer by Chuck Klelni m in mo enuti jmu-b,, 23rd of the sear, with a man on the 13,000 standee Bought perches bMe had tled th- 8core ln the ln the steel girder. Gate to tne (Flrrt .,,) polo grounds were closed shortly nearly three hours PITTSnVROH I FH1LADKLPHIA after 11 a. m- nearly three nours abhfoai Kufcira th first same. Thousands re- 12 2 OioMore.lf - - - O - I T 1. A t AiU-t-ln - a v , . ClWhltny.Sb ABHPO a 4 2 4 mainea in ine vicinity oi me par, p,Wnr,rf 411 mt.tln the returns on the rebound. I Vaughn.aa 41 ll.vorris.2b The outpouring, all told, surpassed I ,J S" anything ever seen in me vicinity 01 1 Young, 2b Cooean' bluff. The attendance Todd.c 4 2 1 1 4 I . 1 - . , A , , . . , . , 1 wraver.p v Ilgure wipea out me previuua jjuiu pirkofer.p 4 4 4 eround as well a National league Riamen.p 14 record, . 3,800, eet during a double-header between the Giants and Dodger on Decoration day, 1935. A four-run blast against Southpaw Al Smith, in the third Inning, gave the Cardinal command of the after piece. It wa capped by Mize' clr llWII.nn.o 0 OiSlvess.p 2'Kelleher.B .Browne 114 0i2Sullk Totals 17 10 27 I2,3Hnwman 1 4 Walters I Totals 3 11 27 1 Hatted for Hlrkofer In eighth. 2F)atted for Gomes ln ninth lltatled for Kelleher in ninth, 4Hatted for Whitney in ninth. Ptttsburah ..002 MO 4144 emit clout Into the right field atand Philadelphia . (" ion ftF haaa hit b Terrv Moor and Bummaryi Runs batted in Klein , Suhr Pepper Martin and an intentional JSKSZSXi pas tO Joe Medwick. I Oomel Double play Young to Vaughan Th niantji rnrnv ftnr !n the t Bunr. i-en on oases rniiaaeipnia . O I ,-!... I. 19 U-m am Kalla iltt flivAKfl first frame, pulled Up Close When ti off Kelleher 1, off Blanton 1. Strurk Bam Leslie Stroked a bom run out By Slvesa 1. by Weaver 1, by Kirk- gainst th right-field facade, with fie. ": ".WVi JlRl Ripple on base, ln th Sixth. Innings, oft Blanton I In 1 Innings, off TVila ihnnb 4h netrfn n Cm,. I Slvess IS In 7 Innings, off Kelleher 4 In 2 .''"' " "'"" Innings. Hit by pltcher-By Birkofer lee, wno naa narrowly waraea on (Mm,re), by Kelleher (Vaughanl. Wild pitch disaster oy retiring Joe Moore ana wanton, winmn purner mraoier, tiw B..I.U .i.v it., i j.j I I.onlna pitcher Sivess. Runs L, Waner, in the tumuitour fifth. The ex-Olant right-hander got past the eventh but waa replaced by Dean when Mel Ott led off the eighth with a hard single to right. The dramatic annearanee of the lean rigbt-hsnder, who had lost a j' relief Job on a full game yesterday p.wnr'.rf i at Eberts field, touched off another vhn.aa 4 paper ahower from the stand. Jensen 1. Young. Todd. Klein, Chin: glvesa. Umpires Klem and Btswart. Tims 12.10 (ejeennd !ame I rViri.ADEi.riHA ht. lAvm Hrt f!me I AB1IPOAI An hImTa T Mors.rf 4 11 4iJ.Monrt.lf 4 4 1 S Garbldl.ib 4 14 1 Parte,sa 4 111 J Mrtn.rf 111 4'ntt.rf 4141 14 1 4 Ripple.rf 4 1 T 4 4 4 11 4 I 10 4 11 li.1acksnn.lh 112 1 4 14 liMam-uan.e 4 4 4 1 4 1 t WhlteM.ib 4 111 4 4 Fltasmns.p 14 11 1 4 4 21 - 14 4 4! Totals It 11 27 If 1 4 4 41 4 4 4 II Mertwrk.lf Otrdge lb Ogrwskl.e 'inford.p Pippen.p lleusser.p IKmi UcGM.f Totsla T 14 14i IBatted for Heiisner in tishth. S' ore bf innlnssi Uiiils "l 4X0 "nl 4 Nw Torlf , Ill (inn Mil Summary! ti ior l.artell. Runs baited In Bsrtell I. Ott t. Rinpl. Terry, T. Moore, J. Moore, rturocher, Gutteridge , Twft.ha hit J. Monre, Thre.haaf hit Outtsridte. Horns runs Bartell. OH I. arrlfli- ntrslmmona. fwihle p;avs Ott tn fsartell, Msnruso to Whitehead tn rila-imtnona Msnenae) tn Bartell. Ift on betes N Vork I. St. Louis 4 Base on halls Off rtMimmrns 1, off Wlnford 1. Hts Off Pippen 2 In t-2 Innlnt. off Hiis-f I In 4 InnlKtr, off Mcns 1 In I Innine. Mlt h f'-her By Wipfnrd Fi'gslmmons). by Tlppei fWsrtell) t. -t pneher Wlnford Bttns J, Msrtln, llsejwiek'. Imrnrhe''. rrii1iwkl, J Moon t. tsrieil, ott 4, Whltentad, riUiimmonK piTTsntinuH AU H TO A, AB 11 1'U A Schulte.lf 14 1 4 114 4 0 Klein, rf 1114 1 1 4 11 I t llNnrrls.2b 4 117 I t 4 4 14 1 ( 4 4,Urere.e 4 4 11 1 1 liChtntta.tb 14 11 I 4iilomec,a 14 14 4 4Jorent,p t 1 4 I 1 I II 1 4 hi Totals 4 4 II 4 4 ' 41 Suhr. lb 4 Young. Sb I 1!,. Waner 1 Padrlen.o I llitlra 1 4innney 4 Brown. p 1 Pirkmer, 4 I SOU 1 Totals 24 74 1"! 24 T 27 II 1 Tailed for Young In ninth. IMstted for Padden In ninth. lHatttd for Birkofer In ninth. 4 run for Lucas In ninth. Score by Innings: ... ... Pittsburgh , ,.C" nI 4"1 Philadelphia 1"n aoa Summery: Krrora Vaualian, Chiosa. Funs batted In Hullk. Jorgens, Moore, P. Waner, Vaughan, Lucas, Two-base hl's- P, Waner 2. Bruhaker. Sscrlf Ice Klein. Double plays P. Waner to Suhr, Camilll to 4orrls. Left on bases philsrlelphia 4. Plttehursh 4. Base on balls (iff Jorgsna I, off Brown a. struck nut By Jorsan 1. Hlt 'fl Brown 4 In 4 2-1 Innings, off Birkofer 1 In t 1-2 Inninra. I.nsm pitcher Brown. Runs Jensen, P, Wsn-r, B-uhsker, Moor, Camilll, Grace, Gomes. Time 141. Ct US LOSE OROtNn. . Brooklyn, Sept. 13 ,p. The Chicago Cub blew chance to gain on the National league leaden today by etint only a split with the Dodgr ID a Sunday double-header. (Cantlnaea O Pts tea.) With two week of practice Just concluded, St. John' college football team 1 gradually beginning to chape up, and although hope for a win ning eleven are (tin at a low tide, work I going forward ln the hope that there may be a half dozen "finds" in the group of candidates attempting to fill berths left vacant by the graduation of eight lettermen. Coach Tim Moran"s greatest worry is the terminal positions, and In an effort to solve this problem he has spent two days drilling the entire squad in fundamentals of end play, and Intends to pick the most prom ising candidates Monday, when the first plays of the year will be pre sented to the squad. Sonny Randolph, last year start' ing center, who did not play the latter part of the season due to a leg injury, ha been shifted to the back- field and will share the blocking and plunging duties along with All-State Henry DeBroeck, who la playing bis last year with the Orioles, Paul DeBroeck, who Is rated as one of the best little guards ln this section of the state, has been taking it easy due to a knee Injury, but should be ready for action next week. Joe Mictotto, who is the "heaviest man" ever to attend St. John's, weighing 210 pounds, should have a great year at a tackle position, if his physical condition Improves. Frank Jones and William Presnall, the "Gold Dust" twins, although only weighing 123 pounds, do not draw the line on opponents of any size, and like good hard play better than any body on the squad. William Burnell, letterman from last year, will probably hold down the pivot position, but may be j shifted to end in an attempt to make use of his pass snatching ability. Glen and Jack Bonvilllon will prob ably hold down the halfback positions, and although rather small, both boys are triple threat men. The quarterback position will prob ably rest on the speedy shoulders of Harry Williams, who was largely responsible for the success of the Orioles during the past year. The new candidates trying out for the team are: Andy Cariere, John Tuminello, John Brocato, Jack Wilson, Alexander May, Charles May, Alfred Zelgler, Julius DeBroeck, Dom- lnick Cordaro, Jimmy McKenzie, Sonny Burns, Herschel Cobb and Dykes Leabo. Youngster Belters American League Hecord Set by Rube Waddell 28 Years Ago; Ties Dean's Major League Mark; Tribe Wins Two From Marks H Cleveland, Sept. 13 (JT). Bob Feller, husky high school rookie, wound up under a dark, sky today and blazed hi fast one past the Philadelphia Athletics to strike out 17 batters and allow only two bit. as the Cleveland Indian won both games of a double header. That was one more strikeout than ftube Waddell achieved 28 years ago when be act the American league record which (tood until today. It also put feller's name betide that of Dizzy Dean a co-holder of th major league record. Feller' two-hit pitching gave the Indian the first game, 5 to 2, and they came back in the second game to win, S to 4. (First f.aeae) 4 PHILADELPHIA I CLEVELAND Pucneli.rf Moses, rf Dean. lb Johnsn.lf Luby.2b Peters. sa Hayes.e Gumprt.p, IMosa A I) H PO Ai (1 Hughes. !b 4Trosky,lb Wethrly,rf 1 Hale. 3b ljGeorae.c 1 Keller, p 41 AB 11 PO A 1 0 1 17 Total 2 124 it Totals 20 7 27 1 IBatted for Cumpert in ninth. Score by inninns; Philadelphia 02 009 0002 Cleveland 202 000 1004 Summary: Errors Peters. Runs bat ted In Overlll 2. Weatherly, Desn, Two. base hits Hughes. Averill. Sto:n bases Finney 2. Hlgglna 2. Dean, Moses. Moss. Sacrifice Knickerbocker. louDie play Luliy to Peters to Dean: Left on baaea Philadelphia 10. Cleveland 7. Bases on balls Off Gumpert 6. oft teller s. Struck out By Gumpert 2, by Feller 17. Hit by pitcher By Keller (Moses). Wild pitch Feller. Balk Gumpert. Runs Finney, Moses. Hushes 2. Knickerbocker 2. overlll. umpires Kills, Johnston and Owens. Time 2:03, I Steers, Oilers. Indians, Buffs Play for Crown Four Texas Loop Leaders Will Open Series for Title Tuesday (Second fiame) PHILADELPHIA I CLEVELAND ABHPO Ai ABHPO A I.uby.2t 1 1 li Hughes. !b 12 2 1 Moses, cf 4 16 0 4 I 2 S 4 14 4 Averill. cf 4 12 0 Johnsn.lf 1 0 2 0!Trosky,lb 4 3 11 Higgns.3h 4 2 2 HWethrly.rf 10 10 Pucneli.rf 4 0 1 OiCmpbell.rf 10 10 Petera.ea 44 l;Hale,3b 4210 Hayea.c 10 3 0'Healh.lf 4 3 10 Fink.p 3 0 2 OlSullivan.o 4 17 IMoaa It OiGalhouse.n 3010 lAllen.n 100 itals 33 7 24 9f Totals 37 13 37 11 IBatted (or Fink in ninth. Score by Innings: Philadelphia C lev-eland 000 101 0304 000 100 40x 6 Summary: Errors Pucclnello. Runs batted in Moses, Higfrins 3, Averill, Trosky 3. Health. Two-base hits Hughes. Trosky, Hale, Moses. Higgins. Home runs Heath. Trosky. Double playa Hughes, Knlckerlmcker and Trosby 2. Lett on bases Philadelphia 5, Cleveland Bases on balls Off Galehouse 4 Struck out By Galehouse 4. by Fink 2, by Allen 2. Hits Off Galehouse 7 in 2-2 Innings, off Allen 8 In 1 1-3 Innings, "Winning pitcher Galehouse. Umpires Johnston, Owens and Kolls. Time 1:59. Kuns -Luby, Moses. Dean, Johnston, Huxhes, Averill, Trosky, Heath, Gale, house. TEXAS LEAGl'E Final official standing as nounced by league officials: Club W L T Dallas 83 61 Houston 83 69 Tulsa 80 74 Oklahoma City... 79 75 Fort Worth 76 78 San Antono ..... 73 77 Beaumont 69 80 Galveston 67 96 an' Pet .604 .547 .519 .513 .494 .487 .436 .373 PACIFIC COAST LEAGl'E. W. L. Pet. I W. U Pet Portlsnd 25 73 .5491 Missions 17 8 .603 San Diego 93 7 .6411 IO Ang. 88 27 .497 Oakland 92 HI .6321 S. Fran. II 91.47 Seattle 92 11 .63218'r'm nto 46 101.1 AMERIC AN LEAGIE. W. L. Pet. I W. U Pet New York 9S 43 .6C4i Cleveland 74 63 .62 Chicago 7 44 .643tBoaton 72 71 .603 Wash. 75 s .632ftt. Louia 61 M .3117 Detroit 74 61 .621 Phlla. 49 93 ,34a NATIONAL LF.AGIT.. The National league pennant slU uatlon: Club W t Pet GBC-TP New York .... 84 88 .600 4 14 St. Loul .... 81 60 .574 3U 13 Chicago 80 62 .563 6 13 Pittsburgh ... 78 66 32 8tt 13 W. L. Pet. I W. L. Pet. New Tork 94 64 .(OolClnclnnatl 70 71 .494 m. Louia 91 0 .574 Boston 4 71 .460 (9 31 ,4!1 49 91 .260 Chicago Pitta. 90 (2 ,63'Brooklyn 7M.62;Phlla. SOtTHKRN ASSOCIATION. W. L. Pet. I W. t Pet, Atlanta 94 19 .14lt.. Rock 77 70 .601 NashTllnV t 5 .670 Knnxvllle 13 87 .430 Hirm. 93 70 .939 Chat. (4 99 .419 New O. 91 71 .633 Memphla to 10.400 GamesToday Probable pitcher ln the major leagues today: NATIONAL LEAGIE. Pittsburgh tt Philadelphia, two Luca and Swift v. Johnson and Benge. Bt. Loul at New Tork Dean v. Hubbell. Cincinnati at Boston Derringer w. Chaplin. Chicago at Brooklyn Hcnshaw v. Mungo. AMERICAN' LEAGl'E. Washington at Chicago, two New som and Appleton vs. Lyon and Kennedy. Boston at Detroit Wilson or Henry vs. Bridge. (Only game scheduled. ) COAt HES MEET IN KII.GORE. Kllgore, Texas, Bept, 13 (TV-More than 180 coache and school official of East Texas attended th annual football rule Interpretation meeting today. Ben Lee Boy n ton, Ab Curti and Bud Price led the discussion. Cntverwty of Kentucky ll! re TANKS BREAK RECORDS. St. Louis, Sept. 13 (P). The homicide squad ' of New Tork Yankees, with the American league pennant already won, shattered two more major league records today in dynamiting the Bt. Loul Browns to a double-header defeat, 10 to 7 and 13 to 1. They cracked the big-time mark for home runs by one club ln one season, getting eight circuit clouts today to boost their total to 175, and blasted the record for most extra bases on long hits by one outfit ln a season, their eight homers and three double bringing their total to 987. Previously this season they had broken the records for most runs batted tn one game, most home runs by one club in two consecutive games and their own mark for home attendance in a campaign, and bad equalled the major league mark of three home runs by one club ln one Inning. Their total of 887 extra base on long hit for the season, eclipsed the old mark of 974, set by the first Yankees' "murderers' row" back In 1930. Their 175 homers bettered by two the previous mark eet by the j Philadelphia Athletics In 1933. Two four-base blows by Lou Geh rig brought his season's total to 48, while young Joe Dl Maggio found (Continued On Page Ten.) Dallas, Texas, Sept. 13 (U.R). Baseball players on four of the teams In the Texas league put their uniform away tonight for the winter, while player on the four - clubs which closed the regular season ln the first division got ready for the Shaugh-nessy playoff which will decide the cha. iplonshlp. Dallas, Houston, Tulsa and Oklahoma City finished the regular sea son in that order today and became eligible for the playoff. A tie for third place was evaded today when Tulsa defeated Dallas, 8 to 7, In an 11-lnning game and Oklahoma City lost to Fort Worth, 1 to 0. Had both Tulsa and Oklahoma City won today, or both lost, they would have ended the schedule ln a tie and another game tomorrow would have b"n needed to untie the knot. Rain washed out the other games scheduled today. San Antonio had been scheduled to play at Galveston, while Beaumont had been booked for a doubleheader at Houston. Since these games would not have affected the standings, they will Just be for gotten. With the leaders finishing as they did, Dallas will meet Oklahoma City ln one of the Initial playoff series, while Houston will face Tulsa ln the other. The winners of three games out of five will engage each other in a four-games-out-of-seven series with the 1936 title at stake. The champion also will get the right to meet the winner of the Southern association title ln the annual Dixie series, which was won last year by Oklahoma City, Texas league penna-it winner. The playoffs will begin Tuesday. Dallas will open at Oklahoma City, while Houston wll lopen at Tulsa. Although Dallas finished the sched uled season nine games in front of Houston, the second-place club, its chances at the title diminished when it drew Oklahoma City for the first playoff. The Indians have proved consistent trouble maker for Dallas, and have won 13 out of the 22 games which the two clubs have played. Tulsa, on the other hand, might have been expected to provide easier competition for Dallas, had the Oilers finished fourth, as Dallas has won 14 out of the 23 game played with Tulsa. Veteran Court Star Wins After Dropping Firt Tho Sets Alternating beueen a smashing and lobing type attack, William Bar ret, annexed 6hreveport' men' (in gles championship Sunday afternoon, defeating Bub Murphy, young Uni versity of Texas student, 3-6, 1-6. 6-3 and 10-8, at Princess park. Mildred Crowe retained her women's singles title by winning two love seta from Constance Cunningham. Illness of Will! Butler forced of ficials of the tournament to post pone play in the Junior single until Monday. Butler was scheduled to plsy Perry Angle. Barret, holder of the city title ln 1934, dropped two consecutive sets to Murphy as their match opened. He staged a wonderful comeback to break through hi young opponent'i defense for a victory. Barret found that hi hard drives could not get past Murphy, and as the third set opened he started a lobing game that paved the way for hi win. Double service fault cost Murphy 13 points, a majority of which were mad ln the last three sets, while Barret gave up but five point by the double fault route. On net point Barret again had the better of Murphy, sending but 51 shots into the net, while Murphy fin ished with a total of 75. Placement points found Murphy leading with 28 as compared to Barret's 23. After dropping the first two sets, Barret chalked up five consecutive games In the third, before dropping one to Murphy. The fourth set started off with Barret again running up a lead of three games. Murphy took games four, five, and seven before finally loosing the set. The final set was a duece affair all the way, with Barret forging to the front by taking his service, and then broke through to carry Mur phy's. Eighteen games were requir ed to settle the final set, many lengthy volley's resulting before the set ended. Crow had her women's singles match with Cunningham well under control all the way, placing her shots well to draw Cunningham out of position. BASHARA, DAVIS TO SETTLE OLD ARGUMENT ON CANVAS; WESTENBERG IN SEMI-FINAL1 Hough Heavyweights Are Expected to Furnish Heated Grappling Dattle; Former Professional Strong Man to Meet Southern Champion WBESTI.1NG PROGBIM. I'lli Bokhara versus Karl Davis. Two falls out of three. Two-hour time limit. Martin Ueslenberg versus Milo Stelnhorn. Two falls out of thr'. One hour time limit. Bob Wagner versus Otto Kusa. One fall, time limit of thirty minutes. An echo of a knuckle dusting episode that threw approximately 3.000 persons into an uproar at the close of a recent mat program will be heard In the auditorium tonight when Ellis Bashara, Oklahoma's Bad Boy and Big Karl Davis, Ohio' leading wrestling roughlan, clash in a two out of three fall catch-as -catch-can grappling bout. Out-punched by Davis, a former pugilist, when the pair clashed in the ring after a mat bout between Davis and Bashara about three week's ago, the Oklahoma Syrian hopes to obtain revenge by forcing the Ohloan to submit to defeat In a wrestling encounter. Bashara, a chunky heavyweight, who is a past master at wrestling, despite his rough tactics, ha the edge on bit opponent in knowing all the Inside tricks of hi profession, but Davis has reach, height and weight in his favor. Davia is also game and aggressive, but very unpopular because of hi refusal to stay within the mat rules. Southern Teams to Open Playoff Tuesday Night Four Cluhs Will Battle for Right to Meet Texas Champion The match In many respects Is a strange one from the spectator' viewpoint. Neither Bashara or Davis bave more than a handful of supporters ln the big local wrestling colony, but both are great box office attractions. Tbe fans will have no outstanding favorite, unless It turns out that Bashara will win them over. Davl Is really a member of the "in bad" club and is certain to be the target of the "boo gang" regardless of hi type of warfare. Memphis, Tenn, Sept. 13 (X) President John D. Martin of the Southern Association of Baseball clubs tonight mad public plans for the Shaughnessy playoff eerie as the regular 154-game schedule came to cipals, the referee has been an end with the championship offi cially awarded to Atlanta. Beginning next Tuesday night. At, lanta and three other club will In agreement with the two prin- ln- tructed to bar only the etrangl hold. The big fellow will be allowed to set their owi. pace without ln- battle in the Shaughnessy playoff " u" series for the right to represent the Southern against the Texas league Ft almost a week Bashara sported Ole Miss Grid Warriors Allowed Day of Itest Local Negro Team Divides Twin Bill With Little Rock Effort to Decide Champs of Ark-La-Tex Comes to End The Shreveport and the Little Rock Tigers, negro professional base ball teams, battled through two game Sunday afternoon at Dixie park for th neirro Ark-La-Tex bus' ball championships without deciding the Issue. Little Rock won the first gam 6 to 2 and Shreveport came back to take the night cap 3 to 0 behind the one-hit pitching of Dud' low. John Arthur Johnson Howed Lit' tie Rock only five hit In the first game, but several miscuea and bad throw hurt hi reeord, paving the way for several of the ix run chalk ed aealnst him. McCarroll gave up 12 hits but kept them well scattered. Extra be blow in th fourth in ning enabled Shreveport to win th second gam. McCarroll, pulling the Iron-man. hurling rol for Little Rock weakened In the fourth. After Johnson had reached base, Dawson cored Mm with a doubla, Moore scored Dawson with a triple. SenMtlonal running eatche by outfielder robbed player of both teams of base hit. A new Kentucky rare track ha tore oaaebsll lo th iport program been built at Keeneland ind will twxt spring. 'run from Oct. IS to 24, TJniverslt". Miss.. Sent. 13 (A). A day of rest wa granted University of Mississippi football men today, Coach Ed Walker stating It would be the well-known "lull before the storm" a far as rebel aquad member are concerned. "Work, and plenty of It, 1 the only remedy possible for correcting glaring mistake showing at the present," said Walker. "Counting tomorrow there will be only five pr.ctlce days before we encounter Union." Trainer Oeorge Bohler pronounced the squad ln good shape, ready to swing into the final period of preseason activity. Former Atlanta Stars Beat Present Champs Atlanta, Sept. 13 (P). The Atlanta Cracker of other yer came back today to trounce their current uc cessora, the 1930 Southern Associa tion champions, 17 to 6. The game was a three-inning add ed attraction to the season-end gam with Birmingham. It brought back to the fans such figures as: Jim Fox, first baseman of 30 years eo who once went fishing at tbe spot now occupied by th Cracker stands; Nap Rucker, on time major league atar pitcher, tnd Jim Bagby, world series figure of 1030. Green Bay Grid Team End Losing Streak Oreen Bay. Wis., Sept. 13 (,P. Th Oreen Bay Packer, defeated In flv eonsecutiv national professional foot ball league game by the Chicago Cardinals, reversed their Jinx today by trimming Chicago, 10 to 7 A crowd of about 10,000 persons. her for the opening league gm watched Ernie Rmlth I t a winning. field goal midway tn th final period from the 33-yard line. A 23-ytrd run by Joe Lw put the ball in position. Normal Demons, Fans to Meet at Supper Tonight "Get-Together" Party Will Help Boost Teams of State College Natchitoches, Sept. 13 (Special). Interest in athletics in general and football ln particular will mount several degrees on the State Normal college sports thermometer Monday night when more than 100 local citizens are scheduled to attend a banquet ln the college dining hall, where they will be given the oppor tunity of meeting personally the candidates for both the varsity and freshman squads and the new coaching staff. The whole affair will hinge around giving the football teams a boost toward a successful season. In their pre-season workouts both squads have displayed plenty of fight and indications point toward a good year ln the pigskin sport, pro-vif -d the right kind of support can be developed. Two new members have been add ed to the coaching staff at the State Teachers college this fall. Joe Alllct, heed coach at Haynesvllle high scnooi since 1930, is assistant to Coach Harry Turpln, and Faiz Mahfouz, football coach at St. Mary'c academy here for the past two seasons, has been named freshman mentor for Normal. Pep speeches by local business men and members of the college athletic council and musle. by the college band will be on the program at the get-together. The meeting Monday night will be the first of It kind ever taged at the Stat Normal college, and 1 expected to attract most of tbe football follower ln this section. champion in the .nnual Dixie series. "r- J" , 7 s Atlanta and the fourth place New , , - " r " " '"""i" Orleans Pels will open their series " 001" ln ln suoitonum. In Atlanta Tuesday night. They play The punching took place when Davi again at Atlanta Wednesday night. went th li ot le referee, who Thursday will be an "off day." The fad been attacked for awarding Jack m mt airain in New Orleans "ague a decision over Bashara. Th Friday night. Next Saturday wlU Oklahoman was finally restrained, be an "off day." The fourth game but Ba been clamoring for a match will be played ln New Orleans next wlt& ne Ohloan ever aince. Sunday. If a fifth game 1 nece- Marvin Westenberg, Shreveport' sary, it will be played ln New Orleans ouering ror the heavyweight wrea the following Monday night. Results tling crown, who has been trsinlng falthfv" - to get Into condition for a busy campaign this winter, will mak hi bow ln the seml-flnal bout to night. Ho will meet Milo Stein- born, powerful German, who dropped two bouts to Leo "Daniel Boone" Savage, title holder, in recent weeks, Westenberg is confident that Stein-born will only serve as a stepplnir I stone to bigger event. Westenberg Is claimant to the southern title and has never been AMERICAN LEAGl'E. Philadelphia 2-4; Cleveland 5-6. Boston 7; Detroit 4. New York 10-13; St. Louis 7-1. Washington at Chicago, postponed, defer.ted ln Shreveport. He has been rain. NATIONAL LEAGl'E. Cincinnati 2-1; Boston 1-6. Pittsburgh 5-3; Philadelphia 3-4. Chicago 3-9; Brooklyn 6-7. St. Louis 4-4; New York 8-S. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. Knoxville at New Orleans, second game postponed, rain. American Association a resident of this city, now for al-l mos six months and works out reg. ularly in the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. Other local athletes who have tested Westenberg' ability in training sessions are strong suDnorters of his bid for a chance at the championship. , Stelnborn, a former nrofessionai strong man," has been campaigning among the leading matmen for al-most a dozen years. What he lacks ln speed he makes up In streneth and his powerful arms have crushed many opponents into defeat. remoter Julius Eigel savs he ba a great attraction in Otto Kus who TEXAS LEAGUE Tl'LSA WINS IN ELEVENTH Tulsa. Okl, 8ept. 13 (). Hal Patchett tripled and Hurray (Babe) Howell rolled a scratch single through the Infield with one out In th eleventh inning this afternon to glv the Tulsa Oiler an 8-7 victory over the Dallas Steer In th last game of the scheduled acaaon and third place In th Texas league standings. Th Oiler blew a m-run lead In th eighth and ninth innings but went on to talvage the game a Lefty Oeorg Mlltad stopped the Steers cold in the extra frames. By the victory Tulsa qualified to meet Houston In th eml-finl of th Texas league post-season pen nant play-off and Oklahoma City, losing to rort Worth today, wa knocked Into fourth place and mutt mert the Steers, Dallas .... 100 003 042 00 7 13 0 Tlilxa ..... 102 100 300 01 IS 1 Batterlea: Baker, Fraaier and Rens; Kimball, W. Howell, Milstead nd Jackson. Score by Innings: R. H. E St.' Paul 010 012 0004 10 4 Indianapolis... 000 221 OOx 5 11 2 Batteries: Hutchinson, Cox and will meet Bob Wagner of Oklahoma Fenner; Trout, Tinning ana Kiaaie. i u a one-man bout, Score by Innings: R. H. E. "While looking for wrestling tal. Milwaukee ... 001 011 0003 9 1 'nt recently I saw Kus n action Kansas City.. 000 000 0000 3 l rromoter sigel ald. "and I lmme DHiierirs; -nancr ana ieiure, i siuea nun jor a match. X vance ana Aiaajesxi. Southern Association told him he would have to ehow in an 'opening number bout' and if the fan are satisfied with i. hs would be promoted." -Orioles Win From Red Wings; Teams Stage Fist Fights CHICKS WIN TWO GAMES Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 13 (7) Chattanooga slipped down Into sev enth place today after Memphis took both games of a doubleheader, 8-2 and 2-1. Closing the regular season in good form, the Chicks made It four straight from the Lookouts, today. It was th fifth consecutlvs win for the eel inrnicu. neivu rrazirr nuriea iour-nil B.l.imn. o.. b.ll to lead Memphis Into th un- L - " pt- 13 W-tn "n' light in the second game, corlng on r'"'Yenea 7 free-for-all fight be. - AW. - A..,,,.- 1 ISUN - . oi mo in isiiirs. i --".. frpiajcra i oottt teams, tha Baltimore Oriole defeated the Roches. W Red Wing, to S, today in the suvrmor eup ees. i no victory gave th Oriole a Ie4 Camden Loses 10-Inning Contest to Little Bock (Second Game) Pcor by innings: R.H.E. Chattanooga . ....000 0010 1 4 0 meuiiJiiiai . ,..., UU1 X a 5 O t A .w - www T.t-.,. .. . j ,,,, w r ",rTO Karnes 10 two ln tha nlatnff. ,flj" uvi xiujurooa: i .. . ' - Freler and Powell. 7 11 M?1M" pitched hi -rond vto 'ry oi ne erie for the Oriel '. though h ilowed ten Mta. The oriole chased Bob Wetland from th mound in the eventh. The fight Urtd when Melton h!i a-.. rmrin rk a-n. i-u in- on m arm wun a .. , wu., QUFC 111-- S ..V.J W-H I . In - ihriilin , ",,' ' " "i evenm inning. livened hi J t Word passed between th two play. earn of t.r. ' fV. Mtah they .t.rted .winging. Play. team of Little Rock, defeated thal. v.. ....... SiV.Vi vlll sT. " cu"n u. and trted mixing It up. Ordrr dale park here thl afternoon. Pitrha. ... , .. . R.m. A iiui. - - , .v.wu -vun., matt mm earn. iX K. -rl "Tt rn inning ended with Melton fanninf . . B,,me WM nanea crabtre with th bases loaded. 7k. " o.ucisia Cleared Score by Innlnea: H H I M.v .Itlll. BA.kMlM AAA M, A. , , - ivvviirnt ,..,.,rw 'v V , , H vmng-er, lormer TTav er. hit iiimm hyi nnt ni. a it a home run In th first with Frnest Batter!: Wiland. Klinger, Mur Blevtn on first by virtu of a tingle, ray, Michael and OTsirell; Melton to account for th flrat two run and and Savlno. eventually th margin of victory al- , though th Kraftamen tied It up with p" bf n""w: It Jl 1 rally tn the ninth. Buffalo .......wo aol loo 7 10 a - Newark ., 000 031 0014 10 1 The Ohio Btate-Notr Dm foot- Batteries: Fischer. WUam sol ball gam I prctlclly a eiiout at Crmioc: Kleinhan. Piechota, Duae tal time, tai Kie

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