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THE S H REVEPORT TIMES NINE 1 . CUBS MOVE BACK INTO SECOND PLACE Westenberg, Davis, League, Bashara, Riley and Ellitch on All-Star Grappling Card Tonight MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 2f. 1955 A A X r I 7 CHICAGO SOLVES DELIVERY OF DIZZY DEAN IN EIGHTH INNING TO WIPE OUT FOE'S EARLY LEAD 32,212 Fan at Wrigley Field Witness Great Hurling Duel Between Cardinal Ace and Bill Lee; Latter Has Close Call in Final Inning of Came Chicago, Sept. 20 (). Chicago's the eighth inning today to conquer the St. Louis Cardinal. 4 to 3, and . moved ahead once more In their argument over second place In the National league, before 32.343 spectator at The Cuba, who took over second day, but gave it right back to Frankle FrL&ch'a Gashouse Gang yesterday. again moved Into the runner-up spot Just when It appeared be had bis 24th While the 1933 champions struggled upward notch, the Cubs' second victory ot the cut-throat series vas of even greater benefit to the league- leading new York Giant who again defeated Brooklyn. The Cubs re malned six full games behind the heirs apparent to the 1936 title, with : the Cards another ball game farther back. Until the eighth Inning when Dean suddenly lost bis effectiveness, be had allowed only four hits. Hi cd versary and conqueror, Bill tee, ha done even better In the matter of hits,, having yielded only two singles Dean, however, went into the big Inning with a 3 to 0 lead, gained In the second Inning when a walk to Johnny Mire, teo Durocher's singli and a bit of Cub double play strategy that went amiss, produced a run. From there on until the ninth, Lee permitted only two men to reach first, and both were mopped up in double plays. The Cubs gave ol" Diz trouble by loading the bases in the fourth and clipping him for hits In three Innings, but he turned on the strikeout ball tn the pinche, and it looked as though Lee's fine effort would be wasted. After taking Auglc Galnn's grounder In the seventh and chasing the Cuo outfielder Cown the base line to tag blm, out. Dean appeared to slow down, and a home run blast into the right field stands after two were out In the eighth, started the panic. ttan Hack smashed a alngle off Dlzzy'a leg. and Gabby Hartnett singled through the box. Johnny Gill, who had fanned In the fourth with the bases loaded while batting for EUan Allen, redeemed himself by crashing one into the right field customers for a. three-run homer. The other run came on Frank Demaree's homer, Lee had his troubles In the ninth e- i Just managed to eser..- He walked Terry Moore, who was forced t .feond bv Art Garibaldi. Pepper .Martin filed out, but Joe Medwick "gave Lee and the Cubs a big ecara by socking a homer Into the right field seat. Mize followed with a double but Leo Durocber ended it by popping out to Billy Herman. Dizzy, who suffered his 12th defeat of the season, fanned seven, wno Lee, la gaining his 17th decision against 11 defeats, cut eowu all In the eighth inning. ST. LOL'IS I CHICAGO AB H PO Ai .e o 1 0 OAUn.lt AB H PO A 10 1 ,GerbI11.3t t 0 J Cavarta.lb J J.Mrtn.rf 4 0 t 0Herman.2t 4 Mertwck.lf 4 t t IIDemare.rf 8 M1.U 1 3IH.ck.3b 3 lKInc OHartnett.e 3 Osrwskl.o 3 0 1 0 Jurgea.s 4 1. Dean.D 10 3 llLea.P ' 0 11 1 4 1 t 3 0 1 3 0 1 1 3 I 0 S f.l. 5 4 34 t! Totals MJ71 "Titan for Mize In ninth. Score by innings; Ft, Loul S10 (ion (101 3 Chlraeo fl00 ("HI (MX- iTinw.icl. Demaree. Ol" 3. To-na , hita Jur. Mlie. Home "'""jr.VJ"" ' m. Rinton haae Galan. w pl.y-.lr to Hem t Cavaretta. JWwM . to Lurocher. Herman to Jurses to Cavar-r.it. Left on baara St. Lmila 3. cni- raso T. B.ae on balls Off fan 4. urn a B,,rk nut Dean 7. I-ee 3. Kuna ri..ik.Mi M.dwlrk Mice. Temeree, Marie, Hartne t. Ulll. r.rror J...-.-. v I'm plre.Moran, FineM and Barr, Tlmo 1:4. REES WIN TWO GAMES Boston, Sept. 20 (IF). The Boston Btes defeated the Phillies 5 to 3 and 6 to S today In a doubieneaaer do fr. . rmwd of 7.000 fans. Bespecta' e'.ed Danny MacFaydcn won his 17th victory of the eoason in the opener. Boston scored three of its runs in filth Inning rslly started by Mac- Fayden'a single and prolonged Dy other singles by Moore, Jordan and Cuccinello. Bob Smith, veteran relief hurler tor the Bees, won the nightcap himself, smashing a single to left field to bring home Gene Moore with the winning run to climax a nmtn in-Bln rally. Moore doubled to open the Inning, with the score S to 8. Buck Jordan walked. Smith came up and twice failed to hunt. The next ball he swashed out Into the outer garden to end the game. Wally Berger,. Bees' center fielder, was hit on the right wrist by a pitched ball in the seventh Inning ot the nightcap. He took first, but next inning Rupert Thompson replaced him In the outfield. Bees' tniners could not determine Immediately If his Injury was serious HRT OA MB KlUA nKLPHIA I AB H PO A I "ab'h ro a Chlott.rf 13 3 I til I I I tVarallr.aa 4 44 rb,lb ( tin.rf - .rnvoh If !. Mir.lf ac,e 4).'mtlll . flhr e jrn.8b - m-l a lUiiH.ff E.Mora.rt 4 0 J irdnn.lb 4 P-rar.cf I ;Curnlo,3b 4 3 Lm.lf 4 3 CrbnakUb 4 (I Lnp.o 4 0 McK(ln,P I 3i (I i 31 3 3 119 I 1 3 I I 4 1 I 1 1 1 e i 3 I i orna.f I t Whjuiy.lo I 0 I Tl S 13 24 131 Tnlala J4I Jt 13 IBatird for Flx-na in liib. coa by tnninat rhiialIphia A l Jo 3 . hnumn onl aso ( humrnam Huna ballfil In Kl-ln, Nor-' Ha. Jorgana, Jnnlan 3, 3. lucolnrllo. ; Tn-ban tiMa Norrla, E Mnora. Hacrl-f(c A. W'lora. lHutla play Ioia t rnanakl la Jordan. If( w liaa rhiladalph'i la, Boainn t. Ra Wi balla f OiX Jnraana 3. Marf'aylan I. ntru' i in Jnrtn I, Kllrf 1. Ma'-Ka-Mn i. Hits Off Jnrtn I in T Innlnaa. Kalltlwr (CanllDiKS 0a rlllnt Fata.) , Cub caught up with Dizzy Dean la Wrigiey Field, place by winning the aerie opener Fri today by assaulting the great Dizzy victory or the season In bi pocket, Steers Co One Up on Indians in Title Series Pitching of Marberry and Bat Work of Red Han-el Feature Came Dallas, Texas, Bept. 20 (IF). Old Fred (Fi:.-o) Ma:ierry placed another gold star beside his minor league comeback today. Taming the Oklahoma Ci Indians, 4-1, to give the Dallas Bteers a one-game lead in f : r Shaughnessy playoff series with last ycar'a Dixie champions. Marberry, who hurled seven-hit ball voluntarily retiring after the start of the ninth frame, waa aided and abetted in his triumph by another veteran, Luther (Red) Harvel. The left fielder's bat was as hot as his fiery thatch, a home run and two singles being his contribution. Harvel's circuit wallop, which found Jim Stroner on first base, put the Steers out in front by a run in the fourth Inning and started the Bo- vine's hitting efforts against Dick Whitworth, aging Indian twirler. Ahead, two games to one, In their series playoff, the Steers planned to use Vic Frasler against the Indians in the fourth game here tomorrow night. Manager Bert Nlehoff was not decided on his starting twirler. The Indians tallied first In the fourth frame when Jim Keesey, Paui Easterllng and Lou Brower singled tn succession, Brower's being a lazy bounder that struck Marberry's glove and rolled towards short. Marber-y temporarily tightened and whiffed Karl Kott, but, with the count three and two against ""-.11, tossed an ''.it side ball that forced In Easterling Score by Innings: ' R.H. D. Oklahoma City , .000100 0001 7 i Dallas . 000 020 02X 4 8 ( Batteries Whitworth and Fit Patrick; Marberry, Fullerton and Rensa. 38,000 Polo Fans See United States Squad Defeated Westbury, N. Y., 6ept. 20 (IP). hard riding band of Argentines today defeated the United States' "Big Four" polo team 21-9, in the first match for the 1038 cup of the America's series before 33,000 amazed spectators. Displaying a scoring attack never before seen In international polo, the South Americans whipped the Ma roon-shlrted Americans by the most one-sided score In the history of International competition. For America represented by the Oreentree team which won its national championship three weeks ago the defeat was Its first Interna tional loss since Argentina forced this country to three games before bowing, 2-1, In the first series back In 1928. Louis Made Heavy Betting Favorite to Defeat Ettore Philadelphia, Sept. 30 VP).Kl Et tore, Philadelphia's potential stum bling block for the fearsome Joe Louis, voiced nice disregard for bet ting odds, and the brown bomber's record today ss he wound up his training and snorted, "I'll knock him out." While workers at the municipal stadium prepared for a cr"wd of 50.- 000 to see the 18-round battle Tues day night. Just day short of 10 years since Gentleman Gene Tunney cut down the Manama Mauler, Jack Dempsey. In the same rins. both fighters tapered off in their New Jer sey troinlng camps. co-Promoter Herman Tailor. Blee- fully expectant of a giit-edgnd revival or local boxing Interest which ha lecged since "the battle of the rain" tn 1820. figured a 3300.000 "tyke." rompton Lakes, the close- mouthed Louis drew the curtain tm his training and said almply and quietly. "I'll win." The boys on the street say so, cur rently at 3 to 1. American Association (PLAYOFF) Milwaukee ....000 000 800 8119 Indianapolis . . 001 000 000 1 83 Batteries: Hamlin snd Detore; Lo- u, Tinning and Riddle, , AMERICAN LEAGUE YA.VfcS AND MT8 DIVIDE. New Tork. Bept. 2i (flUfty Gomes toapped back lata winning form today and probably pitched himself into a world's series berth by limiting the Washington 6enators to two bits In the nightcap of a double-header to give the Yankee an even break in the twin hill. Buddy Lewis' two homers and Earl Whitehall's seven-bit pitching were enough for the Senators to win the opener, to 1. Joe Dl Maggio drove In two runs and Lou Gehrig one to cash In on Gomez's fine hurling for a 3-1 New York victory In the night cap. Jake Powell' homer saved the Yanks from being shut out In the opener. Bed Ruffing went the route fr- the New Yorker, but Lewis' belt ing leat him. Gomes showed streaks of wlldness In the second game, but the seven passes he Issued were still below the tot" of 10 handed out by his op. ponent. Buck Newsom. Ossle Bluege's hit drove both Washington runs home. rmsT game WASHINfiTO.V i NEW VOHK AB H PO At AB H PO A Chrmn.rf J tiCroaattl.ss 4 33 Uwia.Sb S 3 :Rolf.3b 4 1 3 11 lMMaario.cf 4 1 1 3 eOehna.lt 4 3 3 3: Dickey. c 3 0 3 4 i Powell. If 4 3 1 1 7:Se4a.rf 4 3 llLzzeri.3b 3 1 3 0 Bufhns.p 3 Kuhcl.lb 4. Stone. If 4 Travia.aa t filntton.rf 4 Mihalc.Jb 3 Hoean.e 3 Wotehil.p 1 Total. 34 11 2T l Totala 33 7 37 10 Kcora by Inninsai Washington ....... New York eo 10! !t s 001) 100 oooi Summary: Runa bat tti in Travis ? Powell, Lewla 2, Kington . Two-baaa hit Lewia. Three-base hit Travn. Home run Powell, Lewie 3. Sacrifices Travia, Kuhel. Double playa Hogan to Trela. Travia to Mlhalfe to Kuhel. Rolfe to Gehrig. Left on baaea Washington 4. New York . Base on balla Off White-hill 1. Ruffing . Struck out Huffing . Whitehill 3. Passed ball Koran. Buna Lewia 3. Kuhel 2, Stone. Travia. Powell. Error Whiiehill. rinpirea Summer. (juinn and Dineen. Time 2:03. PKt.fWD GAME WASHINGTON I NEW YORK AB H PO AI AB H PO A Chpmn.cl 4 13 OjCrosettl.sa til Hill, If 3 4 1 ORolfe.Sb lilt Kuhel. lb 3 4 HDi.Magio.cf 4 3 10 Sinrton.rf 2 0 0 0OhriK.lb 3 0 7 4 Krexs.es 3 0 1 HKelklrk.rf 3 13 0 Bluege.3b 4 10 IfPowell.lf 3 0 3 0 .Mihaic.Zb 4 0 3 ?Salzxvr,2b 3 0 4 3 Hogan.o 3 0 0 2!Qlenn.c 4 0 ( l!wis 0 0 0 0 Gomez, p I 3 ( t Newaom.p 3 0 1 31 2Rejno!da 1 0 0 Oi Totala 2 S214 Total 37 7 27 lTtan for HogHn in ninth. 2Battsl for Newsom in ninth. Score by inninga: Washington 000 20 000 3 New York 120 000 ix 3 Summary: Runs batted In Gehrig. Di Maggio 3. Bluere 3. Stolen hasea Hill. Kuhel, Selkirk. Double plays Newaom to Hogati to Kuhel. BlueBe to Mihalic to Kuhel, Mihalic to Kress to Kuhel. Left on baaea Washington 7. New York 10. Base on balla Off Gomez 7, Newaom 10. Struck out Newsom 4, Gomes t. Balk Gomel. Passed ball' Ulenn. Runs Kuhel, Sinrton. Crosetti. Saltzsaver, Gomes. Time 2:10, WHITE SOX LOSE TWO St. Louis, Sept. 20 (JP) The Browns celebrated their last home stand of the season today by clouting out 23 hits In two games to take both ends of a doubleheader from the Chicago White Sox by scores of 8 to 6 and 9 to 3. In the opener St. Louis tied the score In the 7th, then routed Ted Lyons from the mound in the eighth with a three-run rally. The Hornsby-men let loose again In the fifth of the second game when Julius Bolters tripled with the bases loaded and Beau Bell singled Solters in. Zeke Bonura hit his 12th home run of the season in the opener and Radcllff connected for a circuit blow with one on In the nightcap CHICAGO I ST. UHUS AB H PO AI Radellf.If I 1 0 ULary.M AB H TO A i 3 1 Krevch.cf Kaaa.rf Bonura, lb Applns.aa 3 0 0ICllft.3b 1 3 OlSolters.lf 1 14 I Bell.rf 1 1 3 3 4 1 13 3 3 Htomley,lb lyes,2b 3 3 (IWeat.cf 3 Dykea.Jb 3 3 S'Hemaley.e 1 1 OiCarey. Sb 3 1 Andrews. p 0 0 01 Thomas. p 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 He well. o Lyons, p Brown, p e o IKnotr.p , UOoleman l2Ho(tft I SPepper Totala 37 la 34 ill Totala 3 18 57 II matted for Anurewa In seventh, ?llan for Coleman In aeventh. Batted for Thnma In eighth. Score by Innlnaa: Chtcaro ................ Onn Jitl inn 3 ei. lyoine nnn son S3i ! Summary: Runs baftet in k, ,,,,-. i Bell. Bottomley, Hayes. Bewail. Annllna. Lary 3. Foltera 3 Two-haae blta Have 3, Kreevlcb. H-miler. AnnMna. Hnm. rtorura. iett on baaea St. Loula Chlcaao I. Base on nalla riff l.... a Brown I. Anirewa 3. Knott 1. Rtmrlr it Lyons I, Andrews 1. Hits Off Lyons drew- 10 In 7. Thomaa none In 1, Knott none, In 1. Wild pltrhes Brown I. Win. it in i a-- inn nil. Drown i in i.s an. nine pitchar Thomas. Loalns plteher i,yonn. mine Hartr iff. Maaa. nnnnra. Appllnar. Hayaa, Lary, Cllft 3. Soltera. Hemeley. Carey 3, Coleman. Error An- u npir-s noiia. tiuDDani end Ormaby. Time 1:43. PKCONrt OAMK CHICAGO Trt,ons" abhTo"a AB H PO X Radcllf.lf OiI.tTy.as 4 3 Krevch.cf Haaa.rt 3 Cilft.3b 3 Soltem.lf t 3!Pll.rf 3 3 Ptomler.lb 1 4'Wet.rf 1 5'Hemsl-r.e ( Carey. 2b 1 3 Hosaett.p i e (i li (ton ura. lb Apptns Hayaa.Sb Dykes. 3b Pea-ell. e K-nedy.B Caln.p Hhor.p ll'lat 313 Totala 33 II 14 111 Totals SI II 77 15 1 Batted for Cain In eighth. pii'ore ey mniniss Chlcaao pa 311) nn 3 e;n o I'm St. l.fula Summary: Tiuns batted in fiottotnley 3. Hosaett, Rad-llff I, Kennedy. Soltara 3, Hell. Carer. Two-haae hlta Pll, Ken-baly, Three-heae hit rt iitera. H"tn tun Iladvllff. bacrlflces Hotraett, Keanady. Pouhle Maya Itsyea to Hontira. Bonura lunaasiatetll, H'aetl ta La ry to Putom. ley. left an ha t. I,otila i, Chlcaao II, Haae on balls Off Kennedy 4, Cain 3. Hhoee I. Hnetat' . stni' ant KanttedT 3. Cain 3, Shnrew , H"ett I. Una Vtt Kenneily I In Inninss Inane out tn aly'hl, tain 3 In f. Shorea nona In 1. Wild pilch Cain. Loa rt plt-hr Kenneily. BunariSdrllff. lyks. Kennedy. Lary, Cllft i, Bcltera. Bell. IM. tomley. West, Heml. Carey Error lna..tt. Lair, hadciiff. Appline. Timt 1 33. TIOEKS lifXX INDIANS. Detroit, Bept. SO fT). The Tigers rallied in the eighth Inning today to scalp the Cleveland Indians, 8 to S, ana make a clean sweep of their four-game ear if. The Tigers' three run. In that In (Cefltlawl 0s IUwUtS fsn.1 Rivals in Main Mat Match r .y'.JvoV-B-r '.vrnnn'-iTm. va. f 111 II Ml i HI B HiWISI ft M Tf"1 . x 3 I , vv-ev : - '4$ ,sC Z r- I MARVIN W tSTENBI RO KARL DAVIS Thete heavyweights will meet In the feature bout of an all-star wrestling program In the municipal auditorium tonight. Westenberg Is defending his southern wrestling title. INTERSECTIONS CONTESTS ARE HIGH SPOTS OF PROGRAM FEATURING SOUTHERN TEAMS Colgate Will Battle Duke at Durham in Promisee to Be Interesting Game; Minnesota's Tilt Willi Washington at Seattle to Be Closely Watched New York, Sept. 20 (P). The football season gets down to serious busi ness this week, a bit earlier than usual, after hoisting the curtain with a double handful of games Saturday and Friday night. The greater part of the program, which will bring most of the major teams in every section of the country into action, consists of the customary early-season "warmup" clashes, but there are a half dozen or so that would rate as major contests on any Saturday. High spotting the program are the intersectlonal clashes between Colgate and Duke at Durham, N. C, -Minnesota and Washington at Seattle and Louisiana State and Rice at Baton Rouge, La. The southern colleges, which did most of last week's playing, be-$ Bin. their conference scneauies in earnest , with Mississippi taking on Tulane in the southwestern group and South Carolina meeting Virginia military and Clerason facing Virginia Tech in the aouthern. Four of the teams in the major Intersection! clashes will be opening ther campaigns in the grand man ner while two, Duke and Rice, warmed up Saturday. Duke's Blue Devils overcame stubborn resistance by a new southern conference member to defeat Davidson 13-0 while the Rice Owls whipped Texas A. and I, 33-0. Testerday's other leading games saw Mississippi trounce Union university 45-0, Kentucky rout Mary-vllle 64-3, South Carolina trim Ers- TYPEE, SKIPPERED BY LOGAN, WINS SCORING TROPHY FOR SEASON IN SAIL BOAT RACES High Point Maker for Year ing Sixth in Race Sunday; Zimmerman's Shirley Mae Second for Season With 2,583 Points "Typee," a snipe class boat, owned Horace Loftan. won the season high finishing sixth in the final race of to 2,877 bettering by 319 points the sklDDer. Joe Zimmerman, gathered in Third place in the season's point handled by Frank Stubbs. Travis White was skipper of "Star race, sending her across the finish nlp Skinny, and third o ace went to la "Zepher" waa fourth. 4 Handicaps failed to effect the fin ish time of the first four boats to pass the home buoy, but did effect the position of several other boats. A light breeze prevailed through out Sunday's race giving skippers an opportunity to flash their tailing ex perience by taking advantage of the llfcht puffs. Following are Sundays results: Star Dust, first; Skippy, second; Hooter, third; Zepher, fourth; Kit, fifth; Typee, sixth; Tally Ho, seventh; Kiwi, eighth; Joan Bob, ninth; Adelaide, tenth; Tlnky B., eleventh; Shirley Mae, twelfth. There were two hew hosts, Spanky, owned by Bill Morris, and Kiwi, hsnd- Ifd by Beryl Sullivan, that competed four honors Bundsy. The manner in which boats fin ished for season high point honors fellows: Typee, 2802; Bhlrley Mae, 2H-.3; Skippy, 2028; Tally Ho, 1970; Joan Bob, 1887; Zepher, 1371; Ade laide. 1323; Hooter, 1074; Star Dust. 960. Tlnky B., 788; Kit, 881. Trophies to first, second and third pluee boats in Sunday's regular race wen donated by Fetblemans-Sears, Rgsults NATIONAL MAGIC Philadelphia 8-8; Boston 6-8. St. Louis S; Chicago 4. Cincinnati 1-4; Pittsburgh t-6. New York 6; Brooklyn 0. AMKRICA I.LAfilE. Cleveland S; Detroit S. Boston 1-4: Philadelphia 3-5. Washington S-2; New Tork 1-3. Chicago S-3; St. Loula 8-9, AMERICAN AMOCIATI0X Milwaukee 8, Indianspolis I (phy elf). 11." klne 38-0, V, M. I. and Clemson roll up 19-0 scores against Wofford and Presbyterian, respectively, V. P. I. beat Roanoke 18-7, North Carolina State down Elon 12-0 and West Virginia, the. only big eastern team in action, overcome; Waynesburg, 7-0, Some of the Saturday contests which may turn out to be bright spots although they don't figure to give the big teams any great amount of trouble Include Navy-William and Mary, ' Pittsburgh-Ohio Wesleyan, Georgia - Mercer, North Carolina State Davidson, Stanfor d- Santa Clara, Southern California-Oregon State, Texas Christian-Texas Tech On Sunday St. Mary's of California tops off the schedule by meeting Gonzaga. Clinches Award by Finish by Bill Hobby and skippered by point sail noat scoring uopny eunaay the summer to boast its total points next high boat, me sniriey Mae, wnose 2.593 point race went to "Skippy," owned and Dust," the winning boat in Sunday's line 13 minutes ahead of the eecond- C. O. wxk m nooier. joe aswoiq GmesToday Probable pitchers la (he major leagues tomorrow: NATIONAL LEAOIE New Tork at Philadelphia Smith vt. Walter. Brooklyn at Boston Frankhouse v Chaplin. St. Loula at Chicago Wlnford va, Carlton. (Only games scheduled.) AMERICAN It At. IE (No games scheduled). Redskins, Rears Win in Professional Grid Race New York, Sept. 20 (.The Bo ton Redskins and Chicago Bear crashed their way into the National Professional Football lesgue picture today with a pair of decisive victories on the second Sunday of play. The Boston Shamrocks pried the lid off the season for the New American league with a 14-3 triumph over the Syracuse Braves. Shutout, 10-0. at Pittsburgh last week, the Redskins cam back to accompli a complete form reversal by whipping the Philadelphia Eagles, 24 to 8. The Eagles opened a week ago by downing the New York Giants. 1933 eastern divlxlon champions. The Bears, playing their tint game, routed the Oreen Bay Parkers, 30 to 8, A Green Bay had beaten the Chicago Cardinals laat we'ek, that left the Bears and. Pittsburgh the only un beaten teams that have played so far. Jim Meade, a big tophomor full-beck at the Vnlverslty of Maryland '. rated the best prospect In man year. St. John9 s Eleven Plays First Game on Texas Field Orioles Invade Carthage Thursday; Local Squad Larks Experience St. John's eo"ege doubles will usher tn their football season at Carthafre, Texas, Thursday against the strong Csrtbsge high school. Due to lack of experienced material, and numerous Injuries. St. John's opening line-up will be rather weak, but after two out-of-state games. Coach Tom Moran is confi dent that his new boys will have ex perience enough to start on their State Class "B" gsmes. In the first few games Coach Mor an Intends to do quite bit of shift ing of plsyers In an attempt to get the most value out of the beys with experience. Only five lettermen and one cquadman of 1935 team returned to school this year. The starting backfield will not cause much worry, for four letter-men will fill positions, and L. May a newcomer this yesr Is a threat to re place anyone of the regulars. At the end positions will probably be Jones and Burns, but if Cobb con tinues to improve he will probably get a regular wing berth. There is quite an interesting fight going on for the tackle berths, with Alfred Zeigler. F. May and Dykes Leiibo making It tough for Joe Mi-clotto and Ray Jones. The first three boys are all new comers and are working very herd, while the other are veterans and heavier but are having a hard time getting into shape. At the guard positions will probably be P. DeBroeck and W. Presnall, with Sam Brocato and John Brocato breaking in quite regular??. William Burnell, letterman from last year, has the pivot position practically cinched, and should be a world of power to his teammates both on offence and defense. A new candidate for the team made his appearance the past week. He Is Tommy Murphy, who Is husky and will probably be heard from quite a bit before he leaves St. John's. McClure Leads Qualifying Play in Club Tourney Defending Champ Has One Over Par Score to Win Medalist Title Edwin McClure, holder of the city golf championship, turned in a one- over par 72 score Sundsy to win medalist qualifying honors In the Shreveport Country club tournament. W. E. Hicks and Lut Johnson were In a deadlock for the medal at the conclusion of play Saturday, with a pair ot 78's. At the conclusion of play Sunday, Frank Cook, club professional, an nounced that qualifying play will be extended until next 6unday, due to several members of the club being out of town. A two-under par 34 performance on the out nine played a big part in Edwin McClure'a drive for the medalist trophy. On the final nine be gathered three birdies, going ons stroke over par on number three. He turned in par figures on five holes. Reaching the turn McClure con" tinucd to display the fine brand of play that enabled him to better the 38 stroke par count on the first nine, but after matching par on the tenth and eleventh holes he went one over on 12, 13, 15 and 17. He made a birdie three on the long 18 to aid his score. W. H. Boone posted sn 89 qualifying score Sunday, stay ing out of the low nineties by card ing a 41 on the in nine after going out in 48. Local Negro Nine Wins Ark-La-Tex Baseball Laurels Behind the five hit pitching of Dud low, and the timely hitting ot Glllard. the Shreveport Tigers defeat ed the Little Rock Tigers, 4 to 3 In the first game of a double-header at Dixie park and won the negro profes lor.al baseball championship of the Alk-La-Tex. The Arkansas team won the second game 7 to 4 but It bad no bearing on the title series, Dud low held the Little Rock teem hltlesa for five Innings of the first gnme, and scoreless in seven ot the nine Innings. The tlsitors scored twice In the ninth, but the rally . cut short. McCarrolI pitched for Little Rock. A four run dally In the last inning, featured by Robertson's two tapper tnat drove In two runs, gave Little Rock the second game, 7 to 4. John- d and Benton worked for Shreve port and Greenwood opposed them. GlUIard set a season s batting rec ord with six hits in six time at bat In the two games. He wslked three times. His three bagger In the second Inning of the first game drove in two runs. University of Pennaylvsnla will plsy only eight football gsmes this ear, stsrtlng Oct. I end ending on Thanksgiving Day. SOUTHERN CHAMPION WILL MET ROUGH OHIO WARRIOR IN PROGRAM'S FEATURE BOUT Ponerful Young German Expects to Step Closer to Match With lo Savage for Title by Beating -Mat Villain; Semi-Final Match Will Be Rough Marvin Westenberg, who baa been firing challenges at ail heavyweight wrestling title claimants, finds hi own southern mat championship st stake in the Municipal auditorium tonight, mith Karl Davis, the rough Ohio giant bidding for the crown. Westenberg, mho fca not been defeated in Shreveport, is fare to face with one of the biggest taks he has bee a atktd to undertake here In meeting Davis. The pair will try for two falls out of three, two hour time limit. The southern championship engagement will be supported by a match between Ellis Bukhara, tough young 6yr:an of Oklahoma City and Jack League. Texas Adonis, and former boxer. The pair recently clashed In one t of the hardest mat matches ever Crackers Beat Pels to Square Playoff Series Atlanta Hops on Crippled Hurling Staff; Deciding Game Today New Orleans. Sept. 20 (JF). The Atlanta Crackers hammered themselves back Into the Southern association playoff today with a 5-3 victory over New Orleana that evened the serle st two-all. The Pelican's crippled pitching staff was no match for the Cracker sluggers, who put the game on ice in the seventh with a three run rslly. The loss was a big disappointment to 8,500 fana who turned out to see f - Pels wind i p the series. The clubs will meet in the fifth and deciding game of the series here tomorrow night to determine the Birmingham Barons opponent for the final playoff. Eddie Moore was expected to send AI Williams to the mound tomorrow. The Pelican hurler was to be either Jonas Butzmsn or Bill Thomas. Tom Drake opened for the Pelicans today and managed to last until the seventh, although hit Lard. Enjoying a 3-2 lead going into the seventh, he was touched for singles by Browne and Mallho. Hooks double sent blm to the showers and young Harold Capflevllle replaced him. After fanning Lipscomb and walking Hill, Chatham singled scoring Mallho and Hooks and the ball game was over. Wlnegarner finished for the Tels. Emll Leonard atarted for the Crax but gave way to Bud Thomas In the sixth when the Pels counted twice. Thomas gava up only two hlta In the three and one half innings he worked. The Crackers wasted many oppor tunities to score, allowluc many of their 15 safetiea to go for naught. Leonard and Thomas gave up only six hit between them. Atlanta ........100 001 300 6153 New Orleans ..000 012 000 3 61 Batteries: B. Thomaa and Galvln; Drake, Capdeville, Wlnegarner and Hell. McLane Gloomy as Injury Jinx Hits Grid Squad One Player Out for Sea- and Five Others son Forced to Rest Ruaton, La, Sept. 20 (Special)-Pleased for a fortnight or so with results of football practice at Lou-lsiana Tech. Coach Eddie McLane now has moved over on the mourners' bench, striking up a tune as blue as the Jerseys the Techmen wear. There are at least all reasons for the gloom, and there may be more when the squad is inspect after two hard scrmmaBea on the docket for the weekend. Six of the mainstays are Injured, one so seriously that he is on the disability list for the rest of the season. The latter is r.omw vuvuj v. Coushatta, regular end, who receivea a broken collar bone In a varsity acrimmase the other night. Incl dentally, this Is the third time Coody has suffered a cavlcle break, and now he is through with college rootoaii inre this la his senior year. Five other leading light on me t.,v. anna, bothered with either .Me nr let handicaps, are Wallace (Jaktei Hanna. Mlnden. halfback; Don Darling. Ruston, quarterback; Herman He'vtt. Brmr.gham. Ala. halfback: Ben Whitman. Jennings. fullback, and Bill Dukes, Birmingham. Ala Aside from Injuries, the ibis-bodied are slipping somewhat in their rrgsrd of blocking and tack ling importance. Coach McLane avers la view of the present aituation, the head mentoT still la unabl to name the members of his contem plated team combinations. Two weeks reman before me iecn- sters play their first game of in year. The opener will be with the West Tennessee Teachers of Mem phis at Ruston, on rrldajr night, October 3. 8t Mary's meets three Eastern foe this yesr Fordham In New York, Marquette tn Chicago and Temple oa the pacifio coast. staged here and their meeting this evening is the result of popular de mand. The contest will be for tws falls out of three, one hour time limit. Pat Riley, the wild Irishmsn at the west coast, and Nick Ellitch, a veteran Greek eatch-as-eatcb-caa artist, who has met the best wrestlers in American, will come to grips In a one fall bout that will have a time limit of 30 minute. Realizing be must finish on top to push his challenge for a bout with Leo "Daniel Boone" Savage, recognized by the state commission, as the heavyweight title holder, WetW enberg has left nothing undone to be in shape for Davis. He Is confident that his turn-ver scissors hold, thst defested MUo Stetnborn the past week, will cause the downfall of Davis. Davis has succeeded in scoring victories here by outroughting his foe-Last week be battered Bsshsra into submission. An ex-flghter he is very adept with his dukes but most of his damage is done by using his long arma as a club. In meeting Westenberg he fsces sn athlete his equal in height, weight, reach and speed, and in all probability his master in the art of wrestling.- Westenberg says he mskes no special demands on Davis in regards to remaining within the rules. His statement to Promoter Julius Sigsl Is that the Ohloan can set his own style of warfare. Close to 3,000 persons witnessed the last two programs in the auditorium, and Interest displayed in the program booked for tonight indicates another large gathering. Tha first match will start at 8:15 p.m. Bears Need Only One More Victory for League Flag Gladewater Defeats Tyler Before Large Crowd at Longview Long view, Texas, Bept. 30 (IP. Gladewater won its third baseball vic tory over Tyler today in the series which will decide the chsmpionshlp for 1938. The score waa 8 to 8. The more victory would give the championship to Gladewater, which has won three of the four games played. Gladewater won the game by moving up from behind. Tyler started with a flash and scored three runs In the first Inning, In the second half of the Inning, however, Gladewater scored one run and In the second In ning tied the count with a couple more. Another run In the fifth and two in the sixth ran up the winners' total. Vanorsdol started on the mound for Gladewater. but was Jerked before the first inning was over. Renlnger took his place and finished the game. C. Cummlngs, Tyler's starting pitcher, lasted until the sixth. Meketi relieved him then, but rtayed only a few minutes before he, too. wss sen to the showers and Watklna took hit place. To make it easy for fan from both competing cities to get to the game, the contest was played In neutral territory hers. Score by lnnlngst R. H. S, Tyler 300 000 000 8 11 1 Gladewater ...120 012 OOx 8 8 1 Batteries: C. Cummtngs, Meketi. Watkins and Andrews; Vsnorsdol, Reninger and Vlstsrt. Barons in Final Round of Series in Southern Race Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 30 ( Roy Joiner's brilliant hurling gsva tin Birmingham Barons a 8-3 victory here today tn the decisive gam of the Shaughnessy plsyorf with hcihviiie as more thsn 13.000 cheer-d their favorite on. Joiner was invincible after the first Inning, when both Vol runs were counted. The tlctory third In five tame aured the Barons of a berth in the fu si plsy-off sgainst the winner of ht New Orleana-Atlant swriei. which went Into a two-two deadlock with a Cracker victory at New Orleans today. The winner of ths final wi'l repreaent the Southern Moela t:on In the Dixie series Nashville 200 POO 000 2 7-1 Birmingham ..300 010 Olx -10 a Batteries: 8pece and O Maliev; Juluer and Sueme. Duke'a hardest foothill games this raar are with Colgate. 1nneee. Georgia Tich and North Carolina.

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