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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, MONDAY, AUGUST 81, 1938 Amateur Fighters Appear at Arena Here Tonight ^^^^^^^ ^^* ^^" v „ -y. vYl iXt ?y^ « National League Teams Renew Series Fight Here Tonight COUNTRY GOING TO THE DOGS Expect Large Crowd Will 1 Assemble for Night Ball Finals ,. 'pEXACO, now the favorite in the \ •*• National Industrial circuit, will face Hogan Oil tonight at 8 o'clock. This game may decide the winner of the National bunting as the Tex• ans are ahead of the Hogan men 2 to 1 In a five-game series. Coming as a preliminary, the Coca Cola girls will give battlo to the Shatter girls starting at 7 o'clock. At 9 p.' m., Y. M. C. A. and Anglo Bank will tangle. This last tilt will feature two Open Leaguo teams which uro fighting to stay m the race for their league's championship. The Y has been strong all season but the Bankers did not become a threat until the past few weeks. Norwalk Wins Nonvalk Gas won the right to take part in tho Examiner tourney, which will be held In Los Angeles, when It shutout Taft, 7 to 0, In a nlne-lnntng thriller at the fairgrounds Saturday night. Shell Oil nosed out Anglo Bank, 2 to 1, after bouncing from behind during tho third inning. Sultana girls trounced tho Coca- Cola feminine ball club, 14 to 3. The Coca-Cola boys Jumped on Klngen's Service to win, 12 to 1.' Cunningham of Norwalk was too much for the Taft visitors when he pitched one-hit ball and struck out 19 men. No man reached second base at any time for the West Siders. Bakorsfleld had a flock of hitters and they trotted around the bases to score consistently after the fourth frame. Mier chalked tip a total of throe- hits In four tries. Duprey, Cunningham and Cozby all smacked homo runs. Stone was the visitor that got a hit. lie thUmped one to first baso In the Initial Inning. Shell Oil came from behind in the third Inning to tie the score after Anglo had made a run In tho first. In the sixth, the Shells won their ball game on a hit, a passed ball and an error. Champlln of Shell was hit only twice by the Bankers. Gfrls Take the "Eyes" The girls'from Sultana,'a way station near Dlnuba, were flashy both In uniforms and playing style. Hicks socked four for four, while Petlnak averaged three for four. Bcrnle and Lilllle Moore each played standout ball for the Bakersfield Coca-Cola . club. T. Porter, hurling for the Coca- Coin boys last night, pitched six-hit ball but managed to keep tho Service clouts scattered. lie did a great deal to win his own ball game In hitting three for four, tlelng the bat record of Fleldgrove. Brubaker and Scroo- ter thumped home runs. TAFT NORWALK GAS All. n. H. K. ! All. II. II. E HITS THE SPOT Club Now Mas Lead Over Cardinals of Five Full Games JI.MTf'n.M 4001 Stone. 2h 4010 Kmall, rf 3001 Curvy, If 2000 orm'ne, If 0 0 0 0 H'dl's'n. Sb 3' 0 0 0 Ulowanl, D 3000 Wmlth. Ib 3002 Shea, cf 3000 F«to, 0 3000 Total* 23 0 1 4 5 1 4 T)uprey. I/bbertnit. Ib 4 0 0 Mlir. 31) 413 C'n'liam, p 4 Coilty, Ib 3 Harper. If 3 llooil. rf 3 Mosconl. rf 1 Crllfln. c 4 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 7 10 u SHELL AH. K. II. E. MllleU. cf 4 1 1 0 K.White, o 3 0 0 0 rurtle. u 3010 Clinmplln. v> 3 0 0 0 Mayor, Ib 2010 Unhart. 3b .1 0 0 0 ll.Whlle.2b 2120 Klaeey. rt 1 0 0 0 lloberts, U a 0 1 0 Totalu 24 2 ANGLO BANK AB. II. H. K Morris, 2b 300 II.M-gr'n.M 311 ll'dl'a'n, rf 3 0 0 Stone, .Ib 301 I'.Mayg'n.lh 300 Ilerffmann. If 2 O'rm'nette, p 2 farlaon, u 2 Waro. cf ***J"?^|»JMBM* Lamb? No, it's a plucked Bedlington terrier above, which belies his gentle appearance by being a great fighter. The aristocratic— and funny—looking dog below is a Kerry Blue terrier. I NIGHT BALL League Leaders Total* » 1 000 000 002 2000 23 t 2 5 Best Polo Teams ' Remain in Action (Vnltrt Press Leased Wire! MBADOWBROOK, N. Y., Aug. 31. Four of tho nation's best polo teams remained In the running today for the United States open title and the honor of representing America in the International duel with Argentina next month. Heading the list were Greentree, defending champion, and Templeton, the four marked as tho "team to beat." Greentree advanced Into tho semi-final yesterday with a 17-8 triumph over Aurora at International Field and will play Texas in tho round of four on Wednesday. Texas advanced with a 10-9 triumph over Roslyn at Port Washington, N. Y. Templeton, which drew a first round bye and which thus was idle yesterday, meets the Hurricanes In Wednesday's other semi-final. « «» SANTA MONICA TENNIS SANTA MONICA, Aug. 31. (A. P.)—Serving strongly In a spectacular third set rally of five consecutive games, 18-year-old Bernle Coghlan of Santa Monica bowled over second seeded Elbert Lewis, Los Angeles, In tho second round of the annual Santa Monica city Invl tutlonal tennis championships. •f» Tho scores were 3-6, 6-4, U-3. > Another surprise victory was scored by Lewis Bond, Los Angeles, ' over Charles Church, Beverly Hills, J 3-0, 0-4, 6-3. The meet will be resumed next Saturday and finals played Monday, Labor Day. OPEN LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Y. M. C. A 2 0 1.000 Shell Oil 2 1 1.000 Anglo Bank 0 3 .000 Itcsults Saturday Shell Oil, 2;-Anglo Bank, 1. Games Tonight V. M. C. A. vs. Anglo Bank, 9 p. m. INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE "Won .Lost Pet. Texaco 2 1. .667 Ilogan Petroleum 1 " .333 . Games Tonight Texaco vs. Hogan Petroleum, 8 p. m. Exhibition Game Coca Cola Girls vs. Shutter, 7 p. m. 4 « » Jesse Owens May Shuf %on Stage (Vnltrd Press Leased Wire) COLUBUS, Ohio, Aug. 31. — The flying feet that carried Jesse Owens to four Olympic triumphs and listed 12 world's marks beside his name may shuffle across the screen or Etageboards within the next few months without taking the sprint ace out of amateur track competition. Larry Snyder, Ohio State track coach, revealed today his No. 1 pro- tege would not automatically retire from tho amateur ranks If he accepted one of the screen, stage or radio offers made following triumphs at Berlin. "Since shortly after Jesse completed his 'grand slam' at Berlin," Snyder said, "tho nlr has been filled with talk of him turning professional, lie had u dozen or moro very attractive offers and most certainly will take one of them, hut I um not positive ho would relinquish his right to run ns an amateur." TITLE BOUT NEW YORK. Aug. 31. (U. P.)— Tony Marino, 22-year-old Pittsburgh slugger, battles Slxto Escobar of Puerto Rico In a IB-round bout at Dyckman Oval tonight for the ban tamwelght championship, first of three world title bouts to be staged in New York this week. (Associated Press Leased Wire) AMERICAN Batting—Averill, Indians, .378 Gehrlg, Yankees, .377. Runs—Gehrlg, Yankees, 145; Geh- rlnger, Tigers, 124. Runs batted In—Trosky, Indians, 130; Gehrlg, Yankees, 127. Hits—Averill, Indians, 193; Geh- rlnger. Tigers, 191. Doubles—Gehrlnger and "Walker, Tigers, 45. Triples—Rolfo and Dl Magglo, Yankees and Averill, Indians, 14. Homo runs—Gehrlg, Yankees, 42; Trosky, Indians, 36. Stolen bases—Lary, Browns, 28; Powell, Yankees, 21. Pitching—Hadley, Yankees, 12-3; Pearson, Yankees, 17-6. NATIONAL Batting—Medwlck, Cardinals, 370; P. Waner, Pirates, .362. Runs—J. Martin, Cardinals, 100; Ott, Giants, 103. Runs batted In—Medwick, Cardinals, 126; Ott, Giants, 113. Hits—Medwlck, Cardinals, 194; Demuree, Cuba, 178. • Doubles—Medwlck, Cardinals, 52; Herman, Cubs, 49. Triples—Goodman, Reds, 13; Med- wlck, Cardinals and Camllll, Phillies, 12. Home runs—Ott, Giants, 28; Klein and Camllll, Phillies and Berger, Bees, 22. Stolen bases—J. Martin, Cardinals, 20; S. Martin, Cardinals, 10. Pitching—Lucas, Pirates. 12-3 1 Hubbell, Giants, 20-6. (United I'rr/m Leatnl Wire) YOHK, Aug. 31.—Mel Ott, •*•' who is leading the National Leaguo In homo runs, boosted tho Now York Giants n full gnmo In tho standings, to a five-game load over tho St. Louis Cardinals, with his twenty-eighth homer ot the your yostordiiy. In tho ninth Inning, with the Giants trailing 5-6 and two men on buses, Ott broke up tho gamo with his homer. Tho final score was 8 to 6. Tho Giants already had won tho first game of a double-bender, S to I. Tho Cardinals shook themselves out ot u second place deadlock with the Cubs by splitting a twin matinee with Brooklyn. Dl/.zy Dean scored hla twenty-second win, 0 to 3, In tho opener, whllo A'un Mungo pitched the Dodgers to a 3 to 2 victory In a 13-lnnlng nigh leap duel. Fullly'H mlsjudgment of Watklns 1 easy fly let llasset In with the winning run to defeat young Jim Wlnford, who hud pitched brilliant ball. Tho Pittsburgh Pirates took a good tight grip on fourth place by winning a double-header from Boston, 4 to 2 and 3 to 1, which dumped tho Baes Into sixth place. Tho Cincinnati Reds grabbed sole rights to fifth, defeating Philadelphia, 6 to 3 and 4 to 3. Chicago Itcaten In the American League, New York Increased its lead to 10 games, cudgeling Chicago, 8 to 1 and 4 to 1. The Yankees now have to win only 12 of their 27 games to boat out the Cleveland Indians for the flag. The Indians dropped farther back by losing two to the Boston Red Sox, 3 to 2 and 5 to 1. Detroit and Philadelphia split ,tho Athletics winning the opener, 5 to 4, and tho Tigers evening mutters with :i 3 to 2 decision In the finale. St. Louis' Browns were the victims of the Washington Senators twice, B to 4 and 7 to 4. Ott Is Hero Yesterday's hero: Mel Ott. New York Giant outfielder, who In addition to smacking the homo run which clinched the second of two Giant victories, contrlbuted_a double arid five slnsrles. •"" » « * Mrs. Shepherd Is Winner Golf Cup fCnttnt Prens Leaned Wlrrl DEL MONTE, Aug. 31.—Mrs. W. E. Shepherd, Los Angeles, today held tho Del Monte women's golf championship following her 0 and 4 victory over 16-year-old Ruth TUB- tin, also of Los Angeles. Mrs. Shepherd won the champ- lo-shlp vacated when Clara Callen- dnr of Monterey was beaten In an early round. Miss Tustln defeated Margaret Bushard, Los Angeles, and PIPEFULS Hitting the bulls-eye 39 times in 40 shots and scoriiiK 399 of a possible -100, Mrs. Helen Hale, above, 27-ycnr-old Akron, Ohio, housewife, set what in believed to be a new world record for women rifle shooters in lone competition. Monarchs Defeat Gann-Ross Team IJakorsfleld Monarchs made good thi'lr threat to glvo Gann & Hoss a battle yesterday and they cumo out on top 15 to 10 In a hardball tilt held en the Standard school diamond in Olldule. Hull was a stellar hitter for the Bakersfield Negro nine, averaging three for five, Including one hcmer with tho bases loaded to tho brim. Brown of the Monarch clan pitched a steady game from the first tt> last Inning. The next gamo the Gunn & Ross Grocers play will be with the Delano town team. Thn last time these two clubs met WHS In Delano., when the home town nine won B to 4. Since that fracas, however, tho Grocers Money Players and Star Collegians Arc to Play Tuesday (Vnllrd Press Lr.ased \\'(rv) , Aug. 31.—Kvon the ox- ports disagreed today on tho merits of college and professional football but all tho smart money was down at 2 to 1 on tho professional champion Detroit Lions In the third anual nll-stnr gnmo In Soldier Field tomorrow night. Although tho 193li All-Stars are described as tho greatest team over assembled, tho professional champions have, everything In their favor —weight, experience, morale and unity. Any difference In physical conditioning may bo mot by dependable reserve, strength. Intensive training directed by Conches Bernlo Blermun, Bo McMll- lln, IClmer Layden and Lynn "Waldorf has reduced to a minimum tho difference In unity that cost tho All- Stars victory In tho first two games, against tho Chicago Bears. Eighteen days of hammering tho Minnesota system Into tho willing squad of E.'l All-Americans and noted stars whipped them Into a surprisingly workable machine. Chief worry of tho Lions Is whether Earl (Dutch) Clark, a late arrival at training camp, has reached tho form that madu him tho most feared backfleld man of the decade. Coach Potsy Clark Indicated be- fc-o tho club left for Chicago ho may bo forced to URO tho veteran Glenn 1'resnell at quarterback much of tho game- and nave Dutch for emergencies. Alternate llnlve.4 . Ernie Caddell, Prank Christiansen, Wilbur (Hed) Whllo and .Ulclc Lutz likely ,wlll alternate at the halves fur Detroit, with Ace Outowaky and Bill Shepherd at fullback. Harry Eliding, Hill McKullp, Ed Kelwlckl and Hutch Morao, ends; Jack Johnson, George Christiansen and Jim Stecn, tacklcH; Ox Em- "N O SPIK InglOB nuiclia well. Splk Kspunol mucha plenty." "Quo nombro, listed?" I naked tho dark young man. "Sonor y Don y Henry y Wutlu- •wortho y Longfellow," ho replied. That's what one trip to Mexico dons for you! Hnnry Longfellow, assistant farm adviser, Dr. C. 13. VlOnrlo and others recently completed a trip to Mexico City by rail. Hnnry returns homo with a fine Mexican accent. Don't know whether the trip had any effect on VlGurio's accent or not. That's what seeing six bull flights in tho Plnza del Toro will have added a couple of hot shot, pitchers to their staff and are out for blood. MONARCHS AU. II. II. B. i l> • 4- - • -o - • 1 V.Aiutln, in 3 2 H 0 Mcl/rllen. rf 3 1 0 0 lull. If 5 1 :i 2 riis' 4011 VlllUnm, 2b 2 0 0 1 •fi.Aus'n.Sb 010 Rookies Hit Skids in Major Standing (A»norintcd Press Leased ll'(rp) NEW YORK, Aug. 31.—Tho rookie sensations who shot out of tho pack to take over the major league batting leads a few weeks ago, began the Bkld downward ngulnst just as Mrs. Shepherd downed Barbara Ran som of Stockton to enter tho finals. Frank Wykoff Is School Principal (United Prem Lnmed SANTA BARBARA, Aug. 31.— Frank Wykoff, gangling Glondale sprinter who Is en route home from the Berlin Olympic games, has boon appointed principal of tho Carpln terla Grammar School, hoard of edu cation officials disclosed today. Tho athlete was appointed to sue ceed Harry A. Llntz, '.vho to take over tho post of superlntcn dent of schools. Wykoff has been connected will the Carplnterlu school since hi- was graduated from University of South ern California threo years ago. H will continue to supervise physica education at the school. VI'MKTEKS WIN LOS ANGELES, Aug. 31. (C. P. The Uplifters' polo team, led by Bol Fletcher of Boise, Idaho, dcfcutct Santa Monica, 11 to 7, In a ga yesterday at Will Rogers Memoriu Field. Irown, p •onl. cf.M Uttli c 4 iimilH. rf t Vws'mt. Ib 3 4331 4222 2 1 0 GANN I ROSS AH. 11. H. K. c»ntl«mr. u a 0 3 1 Ynm-ey, If HTrn'n.ib B Coats. 31) C 3 R.('ornl»b.c-f 1 Urner. Ib 5 Harris, rf 5 ('.(Vmlih.o.p 5 3 1 U 0 1 1 0 129 1 1 0 000 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2000 W't'b'l'r, 05120 Tolili 43 15 14 10 Tunis 45 10 14 8 Matt Palacio Is State Golf King ( \ssnclntcd Press Leased Wire) PEBI3LE BEACH, Calif., Aug. 31. Calif ornla'H 1930 state amateur golfing crown belonged to Malt 1'aluclo, Jr., of San Rafael today, the result of a 1 up victory over James lieu of San Jose, in 36-holc finals played over the famous Pebble Beach course. The final match before a week end gallery of 1500 saw the 20-year-old University of San Francisco student take tho championship oil tho last hole. Ills par t), gained through a 40-foot approach putt which rimmed the cup and left tho ball 1! Inches away, concluded a hard fought battlo In which the lead sec-sawed back and forth with never more than two holes separating the contestants. 'Rea'H S-foot putt for a half stopped on the lip of the cup. Tho finals produced golf of only ordinary caliber, Pularlo completing tho two rounds 14 over par and Rea going 15 over. The winner carded rounds of 40-41 SI and 37-40—77 against Reu's 41- inerson Tom Hupke, Regis Mona ban and Sab Knox, guards, am: Clare Randolph, Elmer Ward am" Charley Hanneman, centers, prob abily will see plenty of action. LloiiB Are Heavier Tho Lions will outweigh tho Col legluns 10 pounds a man. Allerman will start tho aggreHslv Keith Topping, Stanford, and Wayne Mlllner, Notre Dame, at the ends Dick Smith, Minnesota and Pan Tangora, Northwestern, .at guards and Gomor Junes, Ohio State, a center. Rlley Smith of Alabama, captain will start at quarterback with Jay Berwangor, Chicago, and BII Shakespeare, Notre Dame, at half backs. Sheldon Bclse, Minnesota will bo at fullback. Tho all-stars planned a brief ex erclsliiK practice today. The Lloni moved in from Detroit and expectec to work out under tho floodlights In Soldier Field tonight. Bees Lose Tough Game to Ventur; . Before u large crowd tho loca Bees went down to defeat yosler day, at the hands of tho fast Vcr turn club. It took 10 Innings to dc clde the best gnmo of the seanoi Ventura winnings out In tho tent by tho score of 10 to C. The leiidln long distance hitters were Bush and Mnygrcn of tho Bees, bot smashing out a home run over th left field fence. Duo to the middo Illness of Lano Mickey, B< catcher. Kranklo Maygren hel down tho hack f-top duties and played a very fine game. Unruh and .Simons shared pitching and turned In their usual good work. The winner of tho |2S merchandise order will be announced tomorrow levelling, Hert Holllnsworth ."aid. do for a man. Buonns tunics, Matilc, old boy, glad to BOO you back. Understand you have B good singing voice too. TOM SCOTT CAT'CIIKS FISH; PllOVKS IT "Man and boy, I certainly had u fine fishing trip at Klamath," Tom Scott, district attorney, said hero today, hack in harness after n session with tho atoelhoads up north. "How was fishing?" tho prosecutor was asked. "Fine, flue," he replied, "and what's moro 1 can prove It. Drought back a picture of one of my fish and you are at liberty to reproduce It in The Callfornlan. Horo Is tho picture: District Attorney Scott loft a tow fish In tho river for L, A. Uurtcli, agricultural commissioner who left for Klamulh last week on his vacation! Louis sends down n picture of a dolphin claiming it Is a Btcelhuud ho caught tho first day out. STANDINGS liondshu and Mackcy Are in ScmiAVindup for Evening's Card A L OUAYSON will appear her* •"• tonight In tho amateur ring when ho moots Prank Lima of Greenfield In tho main event. Al's job will bo to stop Prank's long list of knockouts. Lima la out after Orayson's "hide" as tho boy from the iioutlilaml arenas will come bore backed by flno reputation. The curd will ho opened at 8:30 p. m. Two ox-Uakersileld boys will tan- glo In tho Hcml-wlndup featuring Eddlo Honshu and Wilson Mackoy. These welterweights are well-known to local fans and glvo promise ot baking their fight one of the high spots on tho program of Sevan bouts. Wilson Is becoming famous in Bakcrsfleld fight circles for his peculiar counter-punch style which has been likened to a running squat. Despite tho kidding ho takes, however he Is a dangerous puncher. Chlco's Pride Chlco's pride and Joy, Henry Johnson, will tangle with Sammy Fontaine, a tough boy from Los Angeles, at 135 pounds. Henry Is showing moro class every week and he has been climbing Into tho Bakersfield ring consistently of la to for fights here. Kent of Curd Tho rest of the card will include: Flash Jordan of Bukersfleld versus Mike Gomez of Los Angeles; Frankle Wagner of Jeffries' Barn versus Lupo Mini oz of Bakorsfleld; Ollle Lewis of Bakorsfleld versus Wilson Brooks of Los Angeles; Joe Levinsky of Jeffries' Barn versus "Chief" Franklo Boy of Bakersfield. - •»» » Doubles Finals to Be Played Today {Unlteit /'rim* Leased Wire) CHESTNUT HILL. Mass., Aug. 31. Finals of tho national doubles championships were scheduled today at Longwood Cricket Club. Wllmer Allison of Austin, Texas, and John Van Ryn of Philadelphia defend their men's title against Don Budge and Geno Mako of California, Davis cuppers. Helen Jacobs of California and Mrs. Sarah Palfrey Fabyan of BOB- ton defend their women's tltla , against Carolyn Babcock of Los Angeles and Mrs. John Van Ryn. Both finals were ruined out Saturday. I Budge and Mrs. Fabyun will meet Mako and Alice Marble of San Francisco for tho moxed doubles title. In tho seml-flnalH yesterday, the Budgo- Fabyan duo defeated John McDIar- mid, Princeton Instructor, and Mrs. Van Ryn, 6-3, 0-2, while Allison and Miss Jacobs defaulted to Mako and Miss Marble, Allison said he wished to BUVO himself for tho men's doubles finals. In an exhibition match, Mako and Miss Marblu defeated Van Ryn and Miss Jacobs, 7-5, 6-8, 6-4. ?°7 8 .l.r d -i^°rr™- „ ™^'° « I There w.,1 bo ,»; game "iu UecTea: tlon Park next Sunday. Hollywood will send a team here .September 13. fled with 7S-75 — 103 and eliminated Jack Galnes of Qlendulc, defending champion, 4 and 3, In the quarter finals. Ue.i qualified with 81-7^— 153 and upset the tournament favorite and medalist, Roger Kelly, uf Los Aim'oles, 3 and 2, In the quarter finals. \ Snyder sald'Vhc" preliminary drafts j suddenly during the past week, the offers made the track noo did I!o >' Weatherly of the India of not cast him In the role of u runner, lie did not hollevo It conid be Interpreted Jesse was capitalizing on his track fame. "That, however," Snyder stated, "Is another thing that would have to be worked out. Jesse has assured me ho will return to school upon the conclusion of the contract he ulgns and then wo will submit his entire case to ,the faculty board of the Western Conference and permit it to determine whether he Is eligible for any further Intercollegiate competition." STAR FLEET HACKS NEWPORT HARBOR, Aug. 31. (A. P.)—Pollux II, sailed by William Baxter, triumphed by a 1-polnt margin over Bouglas Macklnnon's Sir Salty of Hollywood In the Newport Star fleet's August championship series. Four of nine contenders withdrew because of heavy weather. IIAI-.K-IMXT K.U'KHS SAN PEDRO, Aug. 31. (A. P.)— Seven new "half-pint" Balling chain- plans were crowned today following the 20-30 Club's annual regatta. Indians, who said a .3S."> mark would bo necessary to beat him out for tho title, showed anything hut that kind of form, while Johnny Mlzo, tho Cardinals' freshman, slipped nearly us much to lose the National League pace. Rather than a .385 average for the week, Weatherly didn't even show .185, getting but threo hits In 20 times at bat to slide back 18 percentage points to .369, as his Cleveland teammate, Earl Averill, took over the American League lead with .384, and Lou Gehrlg of the Yankees regained second with .381. Mlzu managed to get only nine hits In 34 chances, losing 1 12 points and winding up In second place with .302, as his clubbing teammate, Ducky Medwlck, moved back Into the National Leug/ie lead with .360. »•» PELIXW8 WINS Fellows' Merchants whipped the Uukersfleld Athletics Into lino yesterday when they defeated tho local teurn 7 to 1 In a game played on the Taft diamond. Fellows thereby won tho valley play-off, largely through tho pitching efforts of Lefty Moore, | OUTDISTANCES WILLIAM TELL Driving 1 Machine Is Used at Stockdale Urlving 400 yards at a crack or chipping approach Khotn a machine performed at Stocluliile yesterday before a big crowd. • The powerful mechanism could tie made to smanh Hie hall -100 yards on u Htr;iight line down the fairway to Hi" envy uf every tee expert ill Hie crnwd. The machine WMH brought hero through Hie effort* of A] Seanor, Slockdwle pro. Seannr IH UiyinK phtns for his girls' golf rl!i.s.-ic.< which hi- will open the firm Saturday after the l>c K ln- nlng of M'lniul. IIKIJIMAN WINS I'MiCAdo. AUK. 31. IA. I 1 .i Julius lleldinan. national junior .singles champion, had another trophy to add to his collccllon tuduy. The Hollywood player captured the Illinois state men's (-Ingles champliiiishlp yesterday by trim| rning \Vllllum Murphy, Chicago, ti-1, | C--1, 2-0. C-7. 7-0. lleldinan over- j whelmed Murphy with whistling placements. COAST LEAGUE Won Lost. Pet. Portland 8(1 73 .544 Han Diego 84 75 .528 Seattle 84 75 .528 Mission 83 76 .622 Oakland 82 77 .516 LosAngeleB 80 79 .603 San Francisco .75 84 .472 Sacramento 04 09 .393 Yesterday's HemiltH Los Angeles, 7-3; Seattle, (J-4. Oakland, 9-4; Padres, 3-3. Sacramento, M-0; Mission, 8-2. Portland, 6-3: San Francisco, 5-10. How Series Ended LOB Angeles, 4; Seattle, 3. San Diego, 4: Oakland, 3. Portland, 4; San Francisco, 3, Mission, 5; Hacrnmento, '-. <iuiiii\s Tomorrow Los Angeles at Portland. Sacramento at San Diego. Oakland at Mission. Han Francisco at Seattle. NATIONAL LEAGUK Won Lost Pet. RACE PILOT KILLED CHICAGO, Aug. 31. (A. P.)— For the second time within eight days, death marred a mid-west auto race program when Ray Plxley, 26, of Loo Angeles, was fatally hurt a> the machine he was attempting: to qualify for the main event over* turned at the Roby Speedway, pinning him underneath. On August 22, Doc McKenzie of Kddlngton, Pa., was killed at Milwaukee. Plxley raced for five years on tho west count. New York 77 St. Louis 74 Chicago 73 Cincinnati IM Huston r,s f,0 47 52 53 Gl 65 C7 73 hiladelphia ......... Yesterday's Kcsulls New York, 0-8: I'bli-ugo, I-H. St. l.oulH. «-2; llrooklyn. 3-3. I'ltlsoiirKh, 4-:i; Hoiitoii, 2-1. Cliir-liiiiall. «•!: I'htliidHplilii, 3-3. (In mcs Today \o\v York :ii I'lilcMKu. AMKKK'A.N New York I.K.AG I 1C \Voil Lo:lt Pi . xr, •>-' .(' ti'j 67 B8 Ct! 04 f>S 01 U2 05 SI SI .543 .523 .523 .510 .490 .307 .302 William Tell might have hhot an apple off IUH KOII'H head, but the big bow and arrow man <>f fable never approached the world free Ntylo flight record set by Charles Hill uf Dayton, Ohio, in the national archery tournament at Buttle Creek, Mich. Hill is shown in the power portion and drawing the bow which sent an arrow 011 yards 6 inches, or nearly 100 yards further than his previous world mark. I'OSTl'ONl! K.VCES BONNBVILLK SALT KLAT3, Utah, Aug. 31. (A. P.) — Rain forced ]).•! rull Wiishlim'lon Bunion Philadelphia ......... 47 St. Louis ............ 4ti Yesterday's Itt-sultH New York. 8-1; Chicago, 1-1. Huston, 3-5; Cleveland, L'-l. Philadelphia, 5-2; Detroit, 4-3. Washington, 5-7; St. Louis, 4-4. Games Today No games scheduled. BOOT WINS SEATTLE, Aug. 31. (U. 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