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Thursday, August 10, 1933
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A1ECAKDMA DAILY TOWS TALK, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1033 Blackstock Disqualified In Bout With Jim Lott Dutra Hemmed in by Par Shelling "Pro" Golf Field BIG TRAIN WELCOMES THE 'RAJAH' Weaver Hurls Senators To Victory Over YarjJ PAGETEM Purte Held Up and Commission Representative Ak Indefinite Suspension for Offender. Mirsha!! PUrkitcck. !l.ju:if:r4 last right at tis LeJ s!ret arena fr unpjMjrtmar.!:k ev-nduct, may be suspended Inief'.n:t.y. T!' r-out ai awarded t J:mi ) K'4 Lett cf Promoter M:ke Slule iBnounpfj that Pr. T. M. I'upuy. deputy Holing commission r, had ordered BiackMock's purs hell UI snd M recommended t the fomniii"n the Suspension of the offender. F.efetee Ben Levy stfpsd th first round after II minute ff b f - r warfare snd give the fall to L't when B;arVitfk c.nt:nud t violate rrjctirally eveiy rule. He w V;rklrc. iluggins. and gouging Lolls eyes. He had been wirned 'most ten times when fmaiJy I" desperation the referee (topped t'.e round and gave Lott tti fall. la round two after 1 mmu'es of Slugging, Blackstock f ucceedf-d in tpplymg a hsif d"ien terrific l1y l. ami and knocked r.ut the A!hann recker, A (imply body jin was a'i ihat ai necessary. When Lott didn't revive immediately Blackstock went over to him and picked him up. Kpectatort were somewhat awed by hi kindhearted-ness and were about to ronvin:v Commissioner Takes Action Pporls Kditor. Tow n Talk: I have held up Marshall Black-stock's purse in last night's hout at Mike Mulc'ti arena and have recommended P.lHrk.itock's indefinite suspension fur bin unsportsmanlike conduct in his lK.ut with Jimmy Lott. I want the fans to kr.uw I have taken this action. (Signed) dr. t. m. Drrrr. Peputy Bnxine Commiiisioner themselvee that Blackstock wasnt (o dirty after all. But with hla opponent already knocked out and groggy. Blackstock, Instead of carrying him to his dressing room on hla ehoulder, gave Lott another body (lam. It w-aa like walking over to a fallen foe and giving him another upper-rut to the chin while he waa uncon-(cioua. Tt waa the first time euch a thing had happened In the local ring. Spectator were more than amazed, they were atunned and horrified. That wa,i the maddest hunch of fans that ever left the bowl after a conte?t and the denunciation of Blackstock'a tactics waa unanimous. Promoter Mule said Black-dock apologized to Dr. Dupuy and to Lott Lott weighed 190 and Blackstock 210. Taul Murdock of Texas had been scheduled to wrestle Lott hut failed re c; 5 or. tai X 3 :lt!33 Pot b'ttttr, nfntUent tarf eamptt re informilion, it or ci"... DAN JACOBS ant, (Sen. Tut. Frt. Art. Hotel Bentley VI DO The President : -is fa A fin ffife 15 -Et i flf JHT MR A. You can't give it to him by just working eight hours. We are doing our part . . . WHAT ARE YOU DOING? IF YOU CAN'T STOP . . . USE OUR BRAKE SERVICE! Dellmon's Garage and BRAKE STATION 1118 Fourth Street Phone 545 Authorized "Texaco" Service Station Open 7 A. M. Until 10 P. M. Wrecker Service Heads Indian School W. - , ' I - -- v- ! v .S. rv .f1 t '- -' Henry Ros Cloud f Wichita Ka$, a Yale orjdjate, has been named at tha ne superintendent sf Hsakell institute at Lawrence. Kat. Ha it p dtjrendmt from the rVmrebago Indian tribe. (Aesoeiited Press Pheto to arrive. Blackstock. on hi way to New Orleans, ncreed to m-t him. Kid Clarince hammered his way to a decision over Battling .Tim in sit round t. knotted out one of Jim's titth an I whs almost m the verse of Rtoppin? the veteran several time, but couldn't qu'.tH !o It. Jim di I route hiiUnj iiimsif and rocktl Clarence rvvrral tint'. It was a fsut.t throuhojt. Jim sralel ITS find Clarence 161, Promoter Mul. to give Levy a rcj-t durin? the proiiani. rcfereed a two-rounder lift win n Pliufflin' Jre and S!an Jick !n which Slap Jack got the best of ft by a close shave. Kid Goofy, after a number of failures, got on the right side of the ledper in a 4-rund go with Slim. Slim revealed no si?n of fighting back and his blows almost could be counted on one hand. The opening num!er befwren ttar Dust and Kidrlo was called a draw without serious argument. Houston Williams kept time an J Promoter Mule made his own announcements. Giants to Play Little Rock Here The Lincoln Giants (Missouri Ta cific-Texas and Pacific Boosters) will play the Little Rock Stars at Lincoln Park Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The two teams were former-ly menihers of the Negro Southern League. . Use Town Talk Classified Ads, 18 ALL-EXPENSE Vacation Rate Includes meals, lodging, boat and tlghtieelng trips, visits to Caves and recreation. Ask for illustrated folder. OU( f4T Wants Action! Stirring Matches With Plenty of Action in Pros, pect Gene Sarazen Dazzles Milwaukee Fans. BT ril L MUKELSOV (Itrlalr4 tre Sporls Writer) MILWAUKEE. Wi.. Aug. 4 By A. P.) Hemmed in by a noted par shelling field and confronted sy Johnny Farrtll in hi second round battle, Olin Putra needed all bis tremendous strength, stamina and (hot making wizardry today to keep his rational professional golf champion- S11. Lined up (gaJnst ths big senor from the Pacific coast, survivors of two days of record-smashing can-r.i.nading In which scores n ths sillies were almost as numerous as alibis, waa the fastest field that ever ijk in the championship drive through the first round. Still In the fight were such celebrated campaigners as Gene P. tracer). Tom -,'reavy, Paul P.unyan, Farrcl!. Jo'm-ry Revoita. Ed Dudley, Johnny Go!-den. Harry Coopera, Al Esplnosa, Bobby Cruickshank. and Willie Gog-gin of ."euda. Beach, Cat., a newcomer, who eliminated Leo Dieg! yesterday. Right with them weie players with noteworthy reputations In golf Jimmy Hines of New York, co-medalist; Henry Ticard. Charleston, S. C, whi waa three under par for JS holes yesterday; Krank Walsh, of Chicago, runner-up o Dutra at St. Paul last year, and Clarence Clark tf Bloom-field. N. J. Stirring matches with plenty, of action were In prospect today as Jay opend for quarter-final berth in the. 38 hole struggles. Sarazen. who dainled the galleries yesterdav ly salting away his match against Vincent Eldrcd of 'Pittsburgh, by burning up the front nir.e in the afternoon with a course record tying 31. four under par, faced Cooper, orle of the most dangerous foe-men In golf; Runyan, three under par In the first round over 31 hole?, tackled Johnny Revolta of Menominee, Mich.; Golden battled Cruickshank; Creavy met Walsh, and Dutra matched shots against Farrell, 19IS naticn?.! open champion, in tne outstanding battles of the round. Legion Juniors to Play Big Series AtN.0. Within the brief span of six years the American Legion's junior baseball series has grown to be one of the outstanding sporting events of the country. This year the Junior World Series, the finals for the championship, will be held at New Orleans on September 1, 2 and 3. Elaborate plans have been made to take care of fans from all sections of the country. Such baseball notables as Judge K. M. Landis, William Harridge, John A. Heydler and various other owners and officials of major and minor league clubs will attend. The American Legion Junior baseball series is the "brain child" of Dan Sowers, "Uncle Dan" to millions of American kids. Sowers first put over the idea, with the help of the American and Nation al Leagues, 1n 1927, but It was on a small scale. In 1928 It became na tional in scope and has grown every year. , Broadcast your wants through Town Tn.t Classified Ads. . . $ FIGHTS LAST NIGHT By Associated Press NEW YORK Lou Brouillard, 158 1-2, Worcester, Mass., knocked out Ben Jeby, 159, New York City (7). Won recognition in New York as middleweight champion. Peto De Grasse, 128, outpointed Vai-ias Milling, 126, Los Angeles (8). Phil Rafferty, 138 1-2, outpointed Christopher (Bat) Battalino, 138. Hartford. Conn. (8). Lou Amber. 133 1-2, Herkimer, N. Y., outpointed Jack Rose, 131, Brooklyn (6), BARCELONA, Spain Atilo Saba-tlno, 158. Puerto Rico, knocked out Pancho Morejoin, 152, Cuba (8). Kid Tunero, 149, Cuba, outpointed F'ran-cois Besneux, 160 (10) . GARFIELD, N. J. Paul Cavalier, 194, Paterson, N, ,T., outpointed Les Kennedy, 189, Los Angeles (10). ST. LOUlSAllen Matthews, 158, St. Louis, stopped "Speedy" Schaf-fer, 158, Colorado and Omaha (6). Ellis Bradley, 155, Quincy, III., outpointed Steve Marre, 180, St. Loils (8). George Daw, 148, St, Louis, and Joe Red, 148, Little Rock, Ark., drew (8). Use Interurban bus to reach Oak-dale. Adv. NEED MONEY Loam Made on Automobiles, Furniture and Endorsements 24-Hour Service General American Finance Syitem, Inc. 1028 Fourth Phone 3811 (7. ' - i-'r';..i:t'rv W-lter Jchnson (right), manager cf the Cleveland Indiani, wit the newest pilot in the American league until Rogers Hornsby became man-sgtr of the St Louis Browns. The "Bia Train" is ihown wishing luck to ths "Rajah." (Aesociated Press Plietol Pelicans Defeat Knoxville, 4 to 3 ATLANTA. G.i , Aug. 10 i r.y A. r.) New Orleans bettered the status of its campaign to overtake Knoxville by defeating the Southern Association leaders 4 to 3 in a bitterly contested ball game yesterday. Little Rock took n doubloheader from Nashville, 5 to 1 and 3 to fo. The Memphis Chicks made It two straight over Chattanooga by a score of 9 to 2. Atlanta split a double bill with Birmingham. The Crackers staged K ninth lnnins rally to win the first game 4 to 3 while Birmingham took the second, 6 to 4. Helen Jacobs Will Not Autograph Book NEW YORK, Aug. 10 (By A. PI Just to make sure that she will not violate the amateur cod? of tennis, Helen Jacobs will not make her scheduled appearance at a New York department store today to autograph copies of her book on tennis. An advertisement of such nn appearance, identifying her as a "famous tennis champion" appeared in early editions of yesterday's afternoon papers and caused quite a flurry of excitement, coming, as it did, close behind the announcement of an investigation into the amateur status of Ellsworth Vines, Jr. It was a clear violation of the amateur rule 'which says a player may ! declared ineligible for using his title "or statement of his reputation won on the tennis courts in connection with books, newspapers," etc. But Miss Jacobs quickly denied that she had authorized the Use of her title and said she had insisted on having the phrase withdrawal . Four Chicago Stars in- Golf Quarter Finals CHICAGO, Aug. 10 (By A. r. ) Four Chicago stars, three from Los Angeles, and an ace from Des Moines, Iowa, went Into the quarter finals of the women's western open golf title tournament, to produce a. successor to Mrs. Opnl S. Hill, the 1932 champion. Mrs. Hill's chance for a fourth championship were shot away yesterday by one of her most persistent golfing enemies, .Mrs. Grepg Fifur, of Los Angeles, 3 ami 2. Virginia Van Wie advanced by an easy 6 to B victory over Rena Nelson, Chicago, and was opposed today by Jean Armstrong. ,Miss Armstrong removed one of the Los Angeles brigade, Mrs. Mildred Green, one up In 19 holes, to roach the quarter finals. James "Moose" Taussig, veteran San Francisco boxing manager, believes he has an outstanding ling prospect in Lop Iing, former national aisitour bantamweight champion. Lang recently turned professional and displayed marked ability in his early pro battles. NEW PUBLIC LINKS it1' i V B Charlei Ferrera, young San Francisco Iror Worker who defeated Robert Miller of Jacksonville, Fa to win the 1033 national public linki PrtPS)P l tland' 0r " ,how'1 with hl1 trcPhy- (AiiocitUi 1 I 1 it y1 ' Lou Brouillard Knocks Out Jeby NEW YORK, Aug. 10.-(By A. P.) I-iirrupins I.oj Brouillard, the French Canadian fighter from Wor. coster, Mass., has laid claim to a share of the widely distributed middleweight title recognition by knocking out Ben Jeby; In the seventh round of a scheduled 15-round bout at the Polo Grounds last night. And in doing it he not only confounded the New Yorker by his unorthodox southpaw style, but he outboxed, outfought and out-thought him. Jeby had been recognized by the New York boxing commission as middle weight champion. , In the seventh Brouillard made an opening with a body smash and as Jeby's guard dropped, whaled away with a long sweeping left to the chin that put Jeby down and out In 2:21. Brouillard weighed 158 1-2, a half pound less than his opponent, but he has been growing so fast in the last couple of years that he is expected to move up into the light heavyweight division after a few more fights. Junior and Boy Tennis Meet in Quarter Finals CULVER, Ind., Aug. 10. (By A P. ) With all of the lesser talent eliminated, the standouts in the national junior and hoys' tennis championship tournament went to work on each other today In the quarter final round. Gene Mako. of Los Angeles, fav orite to win this year's championship, was opposed today by a fellow townsman, Ben Dey. Billy Seward of Beverly Hills, Calif., met George Ball, of El Taso, Texas, while Don Budge, of Oakland, faced Ramsey Potts, of Memphis, Tenn. Jay Cohn, of California, and Gilbert Hall Washington. D. C, were matched In the other battle. Yesterday's Stars in Major League Games (By The Associated Presr) Monte Weaver, Senators Held Yankees in check with seven hits to win, 4 to 1. Bill Jurges, Cubs Hit home run. triple and double o lead attack on Cardinals. Lolyd Brown, Red Sox Knocked homer and two singles and kept Athletics 11 hits scattered. Pen Cantwell, Braves Won 15th game of the season as Braves defeated Phillies. Oakdte to Play At Home Friday, Saturday OAKDALE, La., Aug. 10. (Spe-cialw The Oakdale Sluggers team play a return game with Ihe State Colony team of Alexandria Thursday afternoon at Alexandria. In a game with the State Colony here Sunday, the Sluggprs were defeated by a 2 to 1 score. The schedule follows; Oberlin here Friday; Opclousas here Saturday, and fiherlin at Elizabeth Fu'.riay. GOLF CHAMPIOfS )- 19 C: ... ;$i i !K- V Ji U fliijC-.; . ..... ...: V I A. f Lou Gehrig Near World Record For Consecutive Games Yankee First Baseman Has No Idea, of Asking for Day Off Likes His Good, Steady Job. BT a lax t.on i (Utof 114 Press Kporli t-sltwr) NEW YORK. Aug. tBy A. P.) Lou Gehrig hasn't tie slightest recollecticii of the game or circum stances under which he began bis "Iron man" stretk of consecutive games away back in !)?&, when be was just an errthusiastic big league -freshman" tryir.g to make good for tha Yankees the way be ud to la for Dear Old Columbia. What's mors he hasn't thought much about it since and he has nj idea, whatever of asking, for a day off after he plays Consecutive Game No. 1 308. probably sometime, next week In Ft. Louis, to surpast the world record for baeeball endurance set by Everett Scott, short stop,' the same year that Gehrij took off on his non-etop flight, "Why should there be so much fuss about a fellow sticking to a good, steady Job?" asked Gehrig after knocking off work yesterday In Came No. 1.302. "I can't see that a anyth'ng to get excited about. I like to play baseball, the Yankees teem to want me regularly on firt base, so why not be In there right along?- It was called to Iou's attention that perhaps there were times during his long run that he might have liked to lay off, that In fact he play- el for se.eral weeks In 193 with a broken little finger on his throw. ing hand and at other times with a sprained ankle. "Well," lie admltteJ. "it may hav been tough sometimes but I figured I might as well play if I could. Instead of babying myself about little things like that. I played a lot of football when 1 was In college and nobody wis taking time out to ask me how I felt. I think Cie experience was good for me. At any rate, I can't say I ever had much reil excuse for not being in the ball game or that the effort to keep my tring intact Influenced me to play when 1 shouldn't. This long run of games didn't mean much to me until I passed the 1,000 mark." -So far as Gehrig is concerned, he will keep on playing daily, adding to his record, unless and ut:til the Yankees decide he should have a rest. Before that happens, the club will have to hire another first baseman. There is no under study for Lou on hand now. His streak will reach 1,532 games If he completes tbo present season, and he sees no reason why it should stop there. They say the strain hac told on Gehrig, that his recent batting stump may be bUroed in part on his continuous playing but Gohrlg disagrees heartliy. "The way I look st it, a ball plav-er ought to be able to pVay riiht along, barring accidents or a change that is necessary for the cluh's benefit, instead of looking around for some excuse to take a da v. off. t take my share of bumps at first base and like it." Maior League, Leaders (By The Associated Tress) ".Including Yesterday's Games) NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting Klein, Phillies. .351; Terry, Giants, .351 . Runs Martin, Cardinals, 84; P. Waner, Pirates, 72. Runs Batted In Klein, Thillies, So: Vaughan. pirates, 73. Hits Klein, Phillies, 157; Fullis, Phillies, 149. Doubles Klein, Phillies. Si; P. Waner, Pirates, and Medwick, Cardinals, 31. Triples Vaughn n, Tirates, lfi; P. AVaner, Pirates, F. Herman, Cubs, Martin, Cardinals, and Lee, Braves, 10. Home Runs Berger, Braves, 20; Klein, Phillies. 19. Stolen Bases Martin. Cardinals, 16: Frisch, Cardinals, 13. Pitching Tinning, Cubs, 9-3; Cantwell, Braves, 15-7. AMERICAN LEAGUE , Batting Foxx. Athletics, .3558; Simmons, White Sox, .3555. Runs Gehrig, Yankees, 90; Foxx, Athletics, 89, Runs Batted In Foxx, Athleticc, 104: Simmons, White Sox, S7. Hits Simmons, White Sox, 155; Manush, Senators, 154. Doubles Burns, Brr.wns, 35; Appling, White Sox, and Ave rill, Indians, 31. Triples Combs, Yankees, and Reynolds. Browns, 12. Home Runs Foxx, Athletics. 32; Ruth, Yankees, 21. Stolen Bases Chapman, Yankees, and Walker, Tigers, 1. Pitching Van Atta, Yankees, i-t; Grove, Athletics. 17-6. Josephine Cruickshank To Retire from Tourneys RYE, N. Y.. Aug. 10. (By A. r.) Josephine Cruickshank, 21-year-old tennis star from Santa Ana, Calif., has decided to retire from national competition after this sea-ion, she said today. Miss Cruickshank, fifth In the national ranking and a semi-finalist In the Eastern turf court championship here, Isn't contemplating matrimony, but figures on going to work Instead. She hopes to get steady employment In Santa Ana, but whether or not, she says she Is "positively through" this year. The storky young player who Is the lone seeded American player to reach the semi-finals along with Dorothy Round and Mary Heely, of England, and Mae Ceurvorst, of Wichita, Kans., modestly denies she has done much to deserve her high ranking, although she defeated Joan Ridley, Englishman Wightman fnp player. In straight sets, with the loss of only two games yesterday. Bush league fame was won by W. Llbke of Shelton when he pitched a. no-hlt, no-run, tio-wnlk gnnm against Olympla In Ihe Timber Iengue of Washington Stale. .u t's Town Talk Clawmed Ads, UPS AND DOWNS f AtMtUtts' Ftu Sstar AmvcU'iH W V Ft Ksemt; IS ! S lirWsa . , Zi IS Htmpkt , it j s; J JI . 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(Second) Utile Hock 010 firm l.l 9 0 Nhiill 000 000 0 0 S I itugent and tioebrl; Sptece and Baker. Atlanta 0"" 002 24 S Birmingham 102 101 i 1 2 Aube. Hutrher and Xeitltr; Shoaf, Lit- enbea and Ataood. Memphiii 002 024 0019 14 0 Lhattanunea ... 010 010 0OO 2 12 2 Urangrr and Cuolo; Dudley, Coleman and Klumpp. New Orlfani .. oin no ono4 14 1 KnuTilli 011 010 00 3 10 2 Meenr and Autry; Hultey, Adkini and itrad. American Xjeague B"ton niio lot oon a 11 2 Philadelphia . . 011 010 1004 11 2 Brown and Farrell; Cain, Peterion Coombi, Walberx and Cochrane. Washinrten .... OOO 0t2 fin 4 7 0 New York 010 Ooo 00Oi 7 i Weaver and L. Sewell; Gomri, Mnore and Dickey, Only gamea. ' National Leafne St. Louis 000 203 Oil 7 1.1 S Chicago Sll 000 30x 10 IS 0 Grimei, Inhnsnn, Carleton and Wilon; I inning, wamcne and Hartnett. Philadelphia ... 000 200 OOfj 1 1 Boton 020 010 OOx 5 0 Rhm. Rngland and Dais; Cantwell anir sponrer. Only gampt. Texas League Oklnhoma City . 202 noo ooo 1 1 1 Bemimont 000 000 003 3 10 2 Benton. Maturrak and Turner; Sullivan, Wade and Fisher. Nigh t game) Tulsa 003 ooo OOO 3 S 1 Houston 001 010 000 2 7 5 Monrrief and Mayer; Payne and u uea. (Xlght game) Dallas 110 OOO 00ft 2 4 0 Sun Antonio... 000 002 ooi a g 3 Tietje and Jonnard; Konalik and Heath. (XiM gsme) Fort Worth ... not oot oon 2 T 0 r,9l..nn nrtn ooi nn. 'a t Whitworth and Warren; Moore and Jieaiey. Dixie League (Firt Tine Bluff 203 001 OOO S 13 0 Baton Koiige ... 000 120 010 4 10 2 Thurman and Styles; UrClung and Arauss. (Second) Pine Bluff 020 110 04 0 Baton Rouge 000 mi 0 X 2 Kluerner and Styles; McConsthy and Ts:n:. ... (First) Henderson .... oon 003 SOx 3 1 ShreTeport .... 000 000 000 0 4 2 Hsre and Lorbeer; McPhaul and Turk. (second) Phreveporl 020 nnn 204 7 1 Henderson 210 001 015 9 1 Gill and Lorbeer; Clements, Perei and Turk (Night gsme) Tyler 010 000 lit 3 s Lnngview 000 000 ooo 0 3 3 Burleson end Klinger; Schroeder end Vuery , (Night game) Kl Dorado 000 000 000 fl S 2 Jsckson 004 000 oix 9 I Biggs snd Krole; Boward and McDsn lels. furnish is something bigger broader than merely furnishing safe place to deposit money transact ordinary banking busing i ti We want our customers to come in " oTer their individual problem with officer have time to listen. OnrrriiTi briuri-. S lllbTtLl-r, lie i . iuntton Aam Port.ntSerie.iy A great c-smfia .. ington gen!.. K. . T , "'i ertu Yankeea ,t. . . ' h ,h St. fan. began t, N u i. urate. r J sere ihni.i . vsftrJ were . ln . . ond plax the other right up u setting New v0rk i. .... H The i-'enatora j Monte Wea,.r T.nk.,oJlnthelrn terday to rflain Kround they n m Weaver, who haa k. Hon mott of m .,... arm. let the Van!.. safeties, pitched v.. . fourth until Babe Rut). T ' the ninth. WhinEton In the sixth . " 1 Lefty Condon jj after a hit. an error by the t T.inger and an intentionu' crammed the cornere Theyhal the count at l-i the Inning bell' struggle with th ' 1 . . wiimei. in th,'. Inning and defeatins ii,. c. . r--i...i. . . v.u...ii. in l0 i. The victor. mem oniy a half gam, h.hiw Pirates and 3 1-2 behind v... as both clubs were de. "fhey J nn re game series at Pim today. Urimes yielded four hits and cago made them good fQriv1. when Balie Herman topped ff rally with his nth homer season. The Boston Brave took advat of the Cards' defeat to movt fourth place with a 3-! victory . the Phillies. Ben Cantwell kept Phils blows scattered and xjj own game in the fifth by laying 4 a neat bunt on a squeeze pjr the fifth to drive In the fed run. A homer hy Pinky WhitMv ex-Philly, accounted for ths s two. The Boston Red Sox, hJ made auite a habit of beattnr Philadelphia Athletics lately, a again by an 8-4 count as Leftrd Brown played a whole game J self. He not oniy pitched the (si I tance but smacked a homer u! singles. The Sox never had toytJ ble after four w alks by Dick tt an error by Pinky Higgins andttl pie of solid hits g.:ve thewiii in the first. Jexas Loop Co DALLAS. Texas, Aug. W-W P.) The Texas League m Wednesday by a majority ef II Galveston beat rort norttl Antonio whipped Dallas and i licked Houston. All the final Rl were 3 to 2. The two cluhs voting again!' were Oklahoma City and Beam! Oklahoma City won, 4 to J. PI avers from 9 Cities Remain in Tennii NEW YORK, Aus. 10. (By A. Representatives of Hint ti ranging from Isew lorktoeiw and Js'ew Orleans, remm 1 running for the singles titles ft: oti,ni nnWIf narks tennis c nament today as the womw'ifl sion moved into the semi-fimlf and the men's section a the last eight. 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