ST. LOUIS, YANKS TIED FOR FIRST PLACE, TIGERS PRESS A CRAWI-ER WITH A WOi—.Iliumy McLnn<?, 13, became youngest swimmer ever to acquire national A. A. V. senior champion.-!:!:'. Ui^'ing long distance title over Williams lake course, Uosendale, N. Y. Akron boy negotiated route of .H.M under -4 miles in 1:41.41.4 to finish 350 yards ahead of defending champion Paul Malnnev of Buffalo, lie v. i!! compnto In 400 and 800-meter events and attempt to break world record of Browns Climb Back to Top as Detroit One Game Behind By JACK 1IAM» 1500 motors in gen<- A. A. IT. senior championships at CIrpBt Lakes. August 24-'.'". Assncialpcl l j r(^ St. T ,01.1 is was back on top of the I American League today, tied with 1 the .New York Yankees, alter throe ' days in second place, but infield jit- j ters and the onrushing Detroit Ti- I gers gave Manager Luke Sewell no peace of mind. .lot- McCarthy's clan was due.to ! open a. cut-throat series with the | fourth place Boston Red Sox at Fen| way Park today while St. Louis j hoped to continue pawing their I "cousins" from Chicago whom they i have drubbed 10 o ut of 14 starts. YES . . . you can depend on SHERRYS for the best liquor values . . . QUALITY at the lowest prices. 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Three runs in the ninth inning, two off the bat of Mike Chartak wiio came through with a liases loaded single, turned the tide, a to •!. Tex Shirley, the third St. Louis hurler, was credited \vith his fifth win over Reliefer Cjordy Maltzberger in a game played before 6455 Chicago fans, most of whom were cheering for the j-irowns. AT A (il.ANCK NKW YORK. Sept. 8. (UP)—The American League pennant race at a glance: Team— AV. I,. pet. (JB. Xcw York 74 .JO .5."iU .... St. Louis 74 !j!> Detroit 7:i (in Boston 71 li^ (.lames left to play: Xew York — At home, - with Philadelphia. Away: 4 at Boston, 4 at St. Louis, 3 at Detroit, :i at Cleveland, 4 at Chicago, I at Philadelphia. St. Louis—At home: 4 with New York, 3 with Boston, 4 with Chicago, 3 with AVashington, 3 with Philadelphia. Away: 4 at Chicago. Detroit—At home: 3 with Xew York, 3 with Cleveland, 4 with Boston, 3 with Philadelphia, 4 with Washington. Away: 4 at Cleveland. Boston — At home: 4 with Xew York. Away: 3 at Washington, 4 at Detroit, 3 at Cleveland, 3 at St. Louis, 4 at Chicago. Detroit pulled to within a single game of the deadlocked leaders on Dizzy Trout's impressive three-hit shutout of Cleveland, 3-0, for his twenty-fourth victory. The eccentric righthander's record showed 28 complete games, ti shutout (tops in the American) for -!)7 innings of effort. Roger Cramer stretched his amazing hit string to 24 safe blows in his last 44 at bats as the Tigers raked Jim Baghy for 9 singles and a double in his seven-inning stay. Although there were only two tilts listed in the American, the National presented an all-night program featured by St. Louis' fourteenth sue- cessive triumph over Chicago, 3-2. The Bruins had a 2-L edge with two out in the ninth and appeared to be an the way to routing the Cardinals jinx but couldn't make it. Don Johnson's error let the tying run in and Boh Chlpman wild pitched the big one home. Bill Voisclle copped his nineteenth as Xew York trimmed Boston, 8-3, with the help of Mel Oil's twenty- sixth homer and Ernie Lombardi's ninth. Kd Jleiisser bested Fritz Os- termuoller to give Cincinnati a shade over Pittsburgh, 2-1, in the first game of their scrap for second place. The I Phillies came from behind in the late j innings to down the Dodgers, 7-5. STAGG'SSQUAD, DEVILS J WAR GRID SEASON STARTS TONIGHT IN STOCKTON STOCKTON. Sept. 8. (UP)—The west coast collegiate football season opens here tonight with Coach Amos Alonzo Stage's College of Pacific Tigers playing host to the Fleet City Blue Devils of Camp Shoemaker, Calif. Ambrose Schindler, former all- American back for the University of Southern California and now a navy athletic instructor, is expected to take advantage of his eligibility to play in College of Pacific's service games. Stagg has built his offensive around the passing of Fred Kleni- enok, l(i. r >-pound former University of San Francisco star, while Lieutenant (j. g.) Mike Malevlch, Blue Devil coach, is depending on Bob Brumely, fancy running back from Rico University, with Gerald Rice of Dallas at left half. ,Hm Turner, 205-pound tackle from San Francisco State; Bob Muenter, fullback; and Bill Milhaupt, end, are veterans of last year's C. O. P. team. Outstanding linesmen of the Fleet City eleven is Charles Braun, tackle. The game is scheduled for Baxter Stadium at 8 p. m., preceded by ceremonies in honor of Stagg, 82-year- old "Grand Old Man of Football,' who is beginning his fifty-fifth season as coach. ADD > THOUSANDS OF MILES TO SMOOTH TIRES BY RECAPPING w/f/i the FACTORY-CONTROL METHOD = AS LOW AS = oof 6.00-16 r NO CERTIFICATE FIRESTONE STORES Twenty-fourth and Chester 1027 Baker ACTION! CAMERA! DAYLIGHT!— Stanley Hack slides safely Into third In cloud of dust on double play by Koy Mushes. Ball in glove, Luis Oltno makes futilo slab. Umpire is George Magerkurth. Alrno got even with eleventh inning- single giving Dodders 7-6 decision over Cubs. Night baseball deprives game o£ this type of action picture. There are no lights at Wrigley Field. Men's Fall Favorites! We've Not Neglected Men and Boys' Fall Apparel Men's Sport Shirts Washable sporl shirts for dress or leisure wear. Full button front, two pockets and convertible collar which can be worn with or without a tie. Colors: tan, beige, blue, green. Spun-rayon and assorted novelty fabrics. Small, medium and large. J 3.95 Others at $4.95 Men's Dress Trousers Fine quality — crease resistant — all-wool gabardine and Bedford cord. We have modified slack styles. In colors: Brown, blue and tan. Waist measures are from 28 to 4-1. * 8.50 Others at $7.50 Boys' Leather Jackets Plain cape or pig grain finished leather jackets . . . fleece or rayon lining. Aviator or straight front styles with zipper pockets. 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