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-•'^ I I t r. v f L * .' 4 ' i / n T I h ' * , I I f \ * 1 \ H "J I i - .1 I T i- 12 " i ' -r ;• THE BAKKKSFlBLD'CAUFORNtAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 168ff _ r _ i TRAPPERS CATCH BIG PRIZE Play Is Over Course a I Pine Valley Will) Young Teams STI'AHT ( AMKKON ton pINK VAM,KV. N. J , Ki-pl * Wnlkff cup Knlf, won hy ever ulnre tlin International HO will) Urltaln wan In In I92L 1 . WIIM revived in thin dlvol- (JiKKtnff otitpoM today with HIM I*. H. A. HIP favorite Kadi (emu IH ihp yoiiMROHt evr to rt'preHent UK nation. The "'-Iil- ' i?rly" rapialMH. Franrln Oulmel of Bunion find I >nr \\'ill Tut'fld* I! li( Ipcd uuike 1Mb prmMlMi' bv t'lfi-llnK m U»ok on 111 luiliiy't* Hrntrlt fmM-MMiiH'H. Thl'l'e U itJ> ll<» IT (I 1 dlfff'TCIIfi' <*f oplninti 'IM tn (hi' fiiitroiMi-. Kviy- body HII.VM Aim-fit ii will win. ulih tin- matter of Hcor- t) nlv r|t|f*Hllitn. Ho*l. of ihf four inat'-lii'M ("day WIIH HIP flf '"I <ifl' I hi 1 tfi*. Mi-r|nr ThnmNnii Jtnd Ilair\ I (CM I try r»f Ttrltnln VM-MUH .i«>hi,n\ MfMidiimn Hcolty ' /iniphf II TliornHoit. niMMtrur < ImmploM. IM th«< pl»y»»r nnd }nnK*'t** hit i« r i JU-nlloy, rinsed KMj.'Unli hllH n fhilf fur UI-ITM- pin v. man. fnrun't I s *i|n-n i In hn« Kl^'H Koim f^Ulrntc <•( u tO ft) I'M I III I «'<•('III |if -f|C I I' <' . lioll. u'i'Hl PIHIH! IM <•. IH pmliiitili* fav orltn for the n:tl Inntil itinati'nr to In- played later ihln nmiilh The Mtu'uiHl i rial eh Invi'K eil .fork Atc.|..e«M. and .luhn I >. A l.firi^lny of Urilaln. HIM I (In* Texan * ntuMnc i>r I|H Hmllh and l-;d \\'hlli» Mr ht a vi-li'i'HM find a MtvllnJi pljjycr u ho h/iM often Uirentrried I'til never won lh" KrlUi'h ninad-ur i ruled l h' 1 bi'M M-'h< Mini r ( he ivn i 11» '« pluytriK cilck.'t nil Hiiniiiii-r ijult It for Rolf only a feu dnyn h'-forc ntarl iMtf for Pill-- Vi.lley. Hinlth IH the jTi-nt h*inanly Ml (It- wml hf-mrr who xviifi a Hftiit ('Inn MM In tin* nafli*nnl nt Tlrfinkllniv \\'!ill»' IH liiti-n'ollcKlali- ! •_•• j"» rf "J" ;'-'''': ; :'y,-;''V >"* ;--' :r -" |V' ^ •:--,->' •• r •'•%- TITULAR TENNIS TO OPEN FOREST HILLS V 4 ta>^ fAmmHfitf.fi Wire) N raw YORK, Sopt. 2. — America'!! lontrlcm, and 64 women wcro accepted f L. fc»- < , * P F . - » -,V*',' ^ >. , . blu/^r •»Mid- four of tlu> furrinoHl of the Grand Amorlcnn rniwhoot ul. Vnmlulln, Ohio, Joe IMHtand, HlllNhorn, Ohio, farmer, wnllccd off with Individual honorH hi the thirty-Hovcnlh annual HCiil- lor-uun cluHNic. HciHtand annexed the International Open, nnd North American doiihlcK, retained bin North American KlngleH cnnm- pionahip, and won the ('InMH AA tillr. Mrn. U-la Mall, left, of Knn- HUH (,'ily, Mo., WIIH n Htandotit amoMtf the women performerH, retaining her umateur title. Terry Fills a Straight to Make Long Shot in Game higgOHt tfiimlH tournamont, the fir«t conihlnod men's and womon'H national nliiKloH champlonHlilpK, Kotn tmdor way nt Korewt TIIJIH tomorrow wltli u total of Jfi3 plnyorH on- torcd In tho two main cvontH. In addition tho vHfirann Hlnglos championship and tliii revived national intorHrholaHtlc chatnpionHhlpn will bn pltiypd during lh« loiirhamont. proxrarn, which ruim until H'/ptpm- Imr II!. Not only arc tlio entry IlHtP blffgor than UHiifil, hilt thf»y worn rrarofully by Cntlfd Hl/itew I^awn Ten- nlw AflHoolatlon officials bwfon* tho Hfi men, Iiu'Indlng flvn Hlar nujM'H (jntry 11«L 1s Pml 1'wrry of Kngland. Tho KOJV orally uccoptod No, I utar camo over hero a yoar ngo with high hopew of making 1 a clean uwuup of tho world'w major tfiloH, but Mllppnd during a netnl-fliml match and wu« hurt HO badly It wan all ho could do to ftnifth. Uf) wan whipped by WHmor AIllHon, who wont on to take tho tltlo, but Iwn't defending It booauflo lie*, too, WUH tnjurod thin your. In tho abnenrn of AUfnon, Don IludK^i tall, red-hatred young OaVlo Cup «tar from Oakland, IH rated as Arnorlcn'fl No. 1 player. Mo hafl mot mot Perry twice thin yoar, loBtng to hltu at 'Wimbledon and boating tho Briton in an informal intornation/il uertab. Tasco Girls Play i Frank Pritchard in L. A. Tourney TAKT, Hopt. 2.--frHndlP(lppod by lln» fart that ho hn« only one pltphor In (J.-noyli-yn "HI<1" HeeU. KranU Mnygren ulll (nivd Houth today with th" Ta«ro UlrlM 1 Indoor lenni, to play nn opritloK round gntno In the I*OH •M Mx/unlner Moftball cluunplon- Ihat name evenlnfl; nt Klehlor Kldd in llollywoort agrilnnt th« \VoHli-rn Iron tit Maywood. If tin*, lorar train \vtnn KH flrnt Wins Swim Prize . It will In all probability dra n. by 1 Tlnii'Hflay nlRhl, whh-b rne.a IhoiiKh that It will have to do double duty by plnylm; Krldny and Hutur- day eyenlngM If It eonttnuoH to ad- Vhliee The 1 Inalh Ita Ve beell HelledUled for Wrlwley Klfdd Monday nl^ht, For Hie benefit of n number of local I'aiiH, who are exporting to malte the trip Houlh, Fielder Flold IH located at. Hmmrst nnd I'^l Ct;ntro, ft'nltftl /'rrfffl Ltiatcd Wire) UKONTU, Out.. Sopt. 2.— Frank 1 YHohard of Buffalo. N. V., was $2600 rlp.hor today /iftcr winning tho "world profoHHlonal flvo-mllo Bwlm" in tho icy wators of Lake Ontario In record brooking time. I'rltohard outrla.swnd the field of 01 HtnrtPT-n HO far that ho eroHHod tho fin- IH|) lino a half nillo In front of his nearent rival, U'arren Prickly, vlr- lually nnUnown Hwlmmor from »St. Onthorino, Out. I'rltrhard'H tlmo of li bourn, 7 iiilnutp.H, !) neoonda. hroko HIP rocord uf tliannl Gatubi of Italy, hiNt year's* winner, by a minute and -It; KeeondH. (Iambi yonlorday had to l»e pulled from the ttl degree, water with a had c,a«o of crampH after mlng only a mile and a half. My KID KICDKIt I'rcsi. Mp'iMn Third I'rifiM nnd Mnflmi Uf Ttrlluln play ('Inn Icy Valeii find \V*nIti»r I'^iici \ In I he third rnntrh. Ptjlorn nnd I)\U»-H ai'* 1 'iih*'t t"""d \ictM of tin- HMTHPH lin '' ht'uthcr ot' Hi'otlund ValfH IH u forior-r litlcr colli'^lu 11- ( hauiploM nnd onr \>\ TiioHt populnr (iMint'M In nrnn |;oir. lUlto for l-lnii-ry \vho laul \r.u \VIIH rnitm i up v- hcti I,nv\Kon t-lfll" pcorcd hb> fourth "irtilidit initl'»nnl iiinnliMir < hum Fuiirlh Miitrh The fourth nmlf'h lay uni«in»r A!i« )U11, a proinlHlriK Ijondoncr, nnd ''•• UK. who, ImllliiK from ('ounly In t hr only IrlHhinito on MM lildi*. and I tarry < llvan, who »<hari'M •with f'urnphHI (he ho|>'H ol ih'< C'lflr northw H) , nii'l ( !i oi>;.- \ veti-rnn NVw I > TKFin Y rmiMl fed todu like tlio player wh(» fllln an In nlralght; the dice? thrower who ndln (he hard point with heavy on (he hoard. Me pulled the IMMKOH! Idnd nl' a hhnt out oT I In- hat VHl'Til K inanter nilndlnK (If NIK h |ifild (ISvldeinls. iu« hln hattn-t'd UK- r\ihn 7 •! In the wlnditp o|' thrl?' "ci'iirlal" M< i leu to innve fmit f till '.niiK'M tn fi'fini i»f I IM- '' hut It I'l. tin.- thlH nctiip Th,. f ilniit Jinx, ' 'in I I lavl* u iu- tuH-U mi tin- hill for ('iil»n r»ii (he f'liMi (line In neatly i rtl f ntin a -M oni I hi \\ i'»-\( M in h (illuicnt. and h«* \viw hnxlnu t'uo '' I l'rri-\ "It.- N*'u Vm i < MI |\ ii-n||/r-<| that with I>JIV!H In iht-n- toHHlnR thom up, thi- iJlnnlx' rhaneeH wcn-n't particularly hrlKht, hut Uial If any oilier <'uli hurl*'! 1 WIIH idtrhlnK. thi-y wen>. for t h** f ilnntH have found t he r«'Nl of tin- ('hlrn^it cltMiwel'H HlirprtHlnKl.V ea'iv In 1 h'- MCI If-M. 1'i-ri \ 'M dlca a ppfirenl I v WUH In put wr f'luirlfy (Jrlrniu on the Mpot (ind \'lrtuall> Imi-' 1 lilin to I >a\ If Tin- thintj \\IIH hlnipU- > In Ihf t'uliM* fourth Inning, th' 1 I'll*'! two ini'ii up wcrn \\itlli*'d In u hurry Thin would )i;r. *• hroti^hl tip I >,t\ IM, hnl TIM iv I'-II'Ml on 'ii'ltnrn ID do I ho l"i;l''i,l IhltiK n ml yanU him tor a pun -h-hlttrr. * tilnuii did. and <t < 'hl< .'it sr o run i c Hulled, hnl MM\|M \\tis »nit. In the rn-.Ht Inning. Ihc ( !lanl» ,/ihowcd tilin how much ihry UnnDihl of hln rell.-f. Milt l,i'.-, hy hnriKliiK him and two itllt'-i 1 f'uh throwrifi for four rtitiM to pui UH- Knni" 1 on |i c SPIN HERE TOMORROW I \\HKSTLK TO I)I(A\V SAN DII'Md. Sepi ': (A fluntiny .stein, :!lf.. N'evi VmU weight, held I »;i ve I .evln, 1!»S lvn. latent mat clabnanl to I In linn e row n. to a draw In I h< eyent of a wreMtlhij.; canl Norwalk Team Shatter Team I Beaten in South Winner in North liuit llOU fallM froin uon a lall u llh t ))'• on* tliu'' limit expiring orlon H d- fall wan wined In other 1'Vi'iiln Ted Kc\, '..'H;' W"H (WO Oil) nf I|||I'4> Kunlu'l, I1KI. I'm l.llt'A-. l!(Mi. \ 'mire, Howard (*anlonw Inc. LMd, louu. li'Jfi ( 't'liirndn, t hi i'\\ . I'.'M, r,,lll. , and (! ». '.! l»i. I .on A lUJfli-M, plnii'-d Martini-/. V Hi. AI,MHI ('ulicnN I nlon (ill of LOM A n>;''l''H Mluid> d I he \ur« iilli nine .' |o | lt l I .oyola lain nlj;ht In a tilt dei-hled In 'ii hull i»r I h** Hi'vi nlh hiiilnr. JilK [ i la \ nl In MM IN up HM| t l>nl! hin; In I ( P JlfMM 1 H I m*n | (ah \ l)n \vllh Mill I n 1 1 hi \ tin UlM|il! I'M IIH V\ r II JIM r hi MH'M tu I hr I 'rtlmi Ihu up 1 I 111 WUM nut him IIM| tint il u tnitnilrn ln-lm <• II p tu M in I tip tin It* rMlli'til ilrMi-rl IM»\N \\i-n- ( hl)l< it In till' Inint* Tin* <l^l«'ul uf Nni \\allt v I ' hinn I'llinlnul *-M I h' I Mr a I 1 IM tn i MII t h<- {« MM hr v , Hept Muifter ('leanetH troiuireil the Mi rvlri. rhlh If. |o I', on (hn ti'-ld l.'i'U n|j.r|,| \ td^ ( roud turned "lit de.Mplte chilly ui-ather. 1'nrnh IM the hern of (ho i 'leaner Hituad hen he clou led t \\o The xlclnry WIIH on the IHM*|H of a l-errilt I'learH'l' trllllllpll over I ho Shalt.-r MerclmntH, l\ to :'. Ralph Lai hfinnnit i turned In the utar per tointaliee ol ||I|H »;atne, pitching one hit i -," •,,' '-••••• i * ..".••, >.•;-•>:*v- :• .;; : : -"'^fc CAMERA DIVING CHART Whatever HUCCCHS German divers have in Olympic Games will be due in part to a camera device designed by instructors to reveal flaws. Lights were attached to the ankles^backfl and heads of divers in practice. Paths of these lights during dives were registered on a camera plate, aiding coaches to point out defects. Above is shown the path of the lights in a back dive. Lead of Beavers Whittled Down in Coast Ball Play (United 7'rc«* Leased Wire) Tho Padres scored fivo runn in the HPHE Portland Beavers' league -*• lend was whittled down to one and one-half games today after their first game in tho Los Angeles series was rained out and San Diego and Seattle, tied for second place, advanced with victories over San Francisco and Sacramento. Tho Padres made short work of tho Senators, pounding out 15 hits and Mooring a 1-1-3 win. Dick Ward was the winning pitcher* laHtlng the nine Innings and allowing the HolonH 11 Hafettas. It was the Padres' last scheduled homo stand of the Vlnen DlMngglo, brother of Joe DIMaggio, sentmtional Yankee recruit from San Francisco, homed in the Hlxlh inninff with two on base. First Baseman (loorKo AtcDonalcl got four for five and drove tn four runs. fifth and four In the sixth, Seattle got off to a fast start with four runn In the first inning: to clout out 14 hits and defeat the San Fran- Cisco Seals, 11-0. Dick Barrett hurled 10-hIt. hall for tho winnings, while tho Tndlanw got .14 from Ballon and McKvoy. Joe Marty. Seal outfielder now loadlngjthe league In batting with a .3G4 percentage, bounced out a homo run In tho sixth. Oakland trounced tho Missions. J3-10, on tho strength of a big fourth Inning, in which Lettoy Anton's homo run started off scoring fireworks which ended in a five-run rally. The Oaks got 13 hits from Johnson and Stewart, and the Missions took 10 from Jack Larocca, who went the route. Portland and LOH Angeles play a doublehender tomorrow. ^K??^^ Vi[^XV; -r: : v. .;-;J -* i * •' '• ' ' ' v ; S'';^'^'' -••'•:-' - , ' ; -.- :. ';.' : V^ 1 ^^^-"??-?'^^ ' N Nick l«ut%, hiuli shoKun of mat Npinners will appear here tomorrow niuhl auaiiiNt Ahlo Krormun in ono-lmlf of a double main event the othor half of which will feature Steve Strelich nnd Louie Miller. Here is illustrated Nick's tricky body scissors and spin. 11011 WAKE WINS LOS ANGELAS. Kept. 2, (A. P. Motor troubles doublecroesed Bill UwtturlUse with two laps to K ( > «o ho loHt tbo lead and victory to Bob Ware In tho 40-lnp main event at the Atlantic midget Hjieodway last night. AVuro inado tho distance In 11 mln- utt*H 50 seconds as Hetterldge dropped out. Johnny Kclrn was second. Mutt U'Arnioro third, Andy CUithrio fourth, and Hryco Morris of Fresno fifth. Making his evening complete, \Vare also coppod tlio three-lap trophy dash In 5^.1 sccondn, folluwod by Dick Holmes. STAKES TITLK NEW YORK, Sept. 2. (A. P.)—Tony Canxoneri, considered one of tho really great little men of the ring, stakes his future against the title aspirations of Lou Ambers of Herkimer, N. Y. k tomorrow night in tho big- fight of a double-barreled championship card at Madison Square Garden. SCHOOL ISUbGET APPROVED SACRAMENTO, Sept. 2, (U. p. Tho budget of tho Berkeley Unified School District totaling $2,010.700, an amount $145,004 In excess of tho 5 per cent increase limitation, was approved today by the state board of equalization. WRESTLING TOMORROW NIGHT Bi30 n'Clock Double Main Event Bakersfletd Stadium Nlnotfienlh nnd V Btrnntn r.ASOIJNK AIJ.KY A Prophet in His Own Country y KING Fin! Main On* Hnur 1 Out itl (hint 1*11* ^ UmU Steve Strelich lk ft HfUI>W(M)J Ht M*0 vs. Luie Miller Th» TftUQh, Hun uli. lluuiiil H» BUvt •fit) tun OUt u uo liBftl ttirt ul Ihrr* MftlKril lo n*< U t» IMMM l Miln Ivrnt- Un Out of tiur-t I A Ui One- Hour Tim* I imit Nick Luti fh« Vtntct Ulfrauunt at .MO inimh Till nun vs. Abie Freeman (lilt, Miiuuh Jflfelth Mur ot Nf * Chv, ul 313 luiumh liAl Ukrn nn a lot ot It* (in* U rrttmnu unit K hr ulni hi» wii HOW MAKB T THERG C.LOUD / THEM FT AT AT TH TO LLS AT ON QOT THIN SKY TH WET ARUl TK AT LO UPER ONJ STIT1 WRO HyndlMU I V M ,- , . ' — '*'T"" I — ^^», -• *'m H * » '-» ••**•*! »--'! - "• H(XiKUS, TWICNTY-F1KTII CKNTUUY A. I). Message By PHIL NOWLAN a«d L1EUTKNANT DICK CALK1N$ A IU*iiitttt Ii - - On* I nil I lility Mhujlt llnir L hiU Clover Leo Papiano ul Hitll takr CltV At Jit) Mays McLain Tlif Big Wiiitr rddlnn at ;'lft imundi Tlui Ii a rc-nintrli Wlnnir tu m»rl Ha mf^f All MnlchM fipuniuiKtl hy UUftblvJ Amerlian Volfr»ni pf World War, Uaktnflfld Chapltr Nu Uuck Hurhanat). Prlr«i: Hlngildn. II 10: Malcitny. 75o i«r«t AdmUilon, .too. Lndlri anil CIHIrtrnn Oocupylno Hlnoitd« ftmli. iiOr. Including T§* K«all on iHlf at Jimmy UUMOI'I &nugk*r Ptr tori Qar'rvH 1 Dlnckti ; El T»|on Hotel. Whit* MarbU Barber Simp; M. U. (HaUdhi Stand; H. 0. Wulbar Cloar Stor*, it00 8tr«tt; Way 11 (l» Inn. Photm 1IMI-2 lour Cornin. Wreil 1'ntrli and H. & 11' n 0 m Maid, Tail, lor Holt'vattinn eimni jli i>, 123ft. out SL wro ROOM THE RUSHED LO AT DON GOO LO EA LO RT OM CA ROGE SOME PR TH ON PAT RO i AAdtf/MffVhB 1TAT PEAK GRAV AL ON TAG ROU CO PAC CH 74 SOM WH ON PAC PAC HTE LOCAT KC62 SA STA GATE LL INVESTI OR TH YOU SHOOT TA LEV TE COR Meet Texaco in Opening Game of Series at Fairgrounds INQKR A. 0. will attempt to stop the Texaco rush to tho Industrial loop flag tonight when these two teams t&ngle at 8 o'clock on the main diamond at the fairgrounds. The tilt will be the first of a two out of three series. In a preliminary game, Telephone-Hopper will clash with the Standard Oil club. This first game on tonight's program will be opened at 7 o'clock. Shell Oil pulled one of tho biggest upsets of the playoff scries when it defeated T. M. C. A., 12. to 6, before 3000 fans. Peavy starred for the Shells when ho thumped out a couple of homers and a single in four Umes at bat. Purtlo and Mayer also went to tho plato in a ,blg way last night In getting two hits each. Every man on iho Oil nine got at least one safe hit. T. M. C. A. reached Champlln for nix hits. H. White* and Peavy executed a fine double play which proved a feature of the game. Corn was on first as? a result of an infield error. Coats sent a long fly to left field which was snagged by a c&gy Rlioll man. Corn trlrd to go to second after the catch but was nailed by Harry White's rlflo thnnv to Poavy. * t Tho Flro Department knocked over Peacock Dairy 11 to 9. This WHS a cnmn replclo with double plays. The first was from ZHHg to Ifoiicli, retiring' Baldwin and Mills. 7MHff made a beautiful catch of Baldwin's long fly and heaved tho ball to third lo .send Mills to the bench. Another double play was from Hoiiolc in Clemens lo Sheiclmnentnl to HoucU to David. Tills was it freak play with an error mixed in but tho error proved to the advantage of tho fielders. Spawn, Mills and Pipes retired Clemens and Houck In tho final double of the. Peacock-Fireman fracas, Good Hitting Ebbutt hit three for four,, and Pipes brought homo tho bacon to the tune of two out of throo. Houok and Xllllg were in flnn hitting fettle for Poacock and clouted two for four. SHELL OIL Y. M. C. A. All. H. H. K. I AH. II. H. Ppa.ty. 2b MUlott. pf PUTtlP, M K-White. ( Chn/npllu. Mayer, Hi H.Whlto. If IlubPrts. rf Irfiilinrt, TutaKi •i 3 n 4 5 31 4 4 3 --^» 4 0 1 ii 1 1 i i i a i 2 1 1 • I 1 1 1 o i 0 1 n 0 0 I n 0 Corn, rf IfTn'n.p.ah W't.Uh.p.lh J.Wstt.c.p. 3 f'ownn.lb.o :; Vrtclit. tf S Vnt-'y. Sh. rf Walsh, rf aii i n n 0 i i 'i n * i 0 0 0 0 0 1 I I It * n i 0 0 I 1 0 0 0 2 il 0 1 0 12 13 4 Totals ill) tl 0 5 Taft Slates Grid Games as Openers TAFT, Sept. 2.—Season openers for tho Taft Junior College Cougars and Wildcats havo boon Hchcduled so that It will bo possible for local fans to witness both gamcH 1C they so desire. Friday evening, September 25, L,es Klenholx's maroon and white shirtcd grlddern play the Santa Maria .lay- KPO BulldogB at the oouwt, whllo Monty Reedy's Wildcats will face their arch-rival, Santa Maria High •Saints, on the home field tho following night. Compton High, Oximrd and possibly Hanta Barbara \v\\\ oppose the propsters for the first tirrm In history. Tho Jaysco tackles no new opponents, though Conch Ab Young of BlacU-Foxe wants to bring his ICay- detH here for a game. Jeww Mortenson, former U. 8. C. star, is likewise Interested in playing the Cougars here or nt Riverside, with his Southern California championship Tiger eleven from Riverside .laysee. Practice for both reams will start September 11. League Leaders Rolfo, Van (Associated J'rcJM //eaacd Wire) AMERICAN nutting—Averlll, Indians. .377; lirlg, Yankees, .370, Runs—Oehrlg. Yankees. M5; Gch- rlnger. Tigers, 124. Runs batted In—Trosky, Indiana, 130; Qehrig, Yankees, 127. llitH—Averlll, Indiana, 194; Qoh- Hngor, Tigers, 191. Doubles—Gehringer and "Walker, Tigers, 4 5 * Triples—Di Maggio, Yankees, 16; Averlll. Indians, and kees, 14. Homo runs—Qehrig, Yankees, 42 TroHky, Indian*, tttt. Htolen bases—L*ary, Powell. Yankeew. 21. J^itohers—Uadley, Yankees, Jorson, Yankee«, 17-fi. NATION AT, Batting—Medwiok, Cardinals, ,370; 1». \Vaner. Pirates, .30U. Huns—,1. Martin, CardinalH, Ott, Giants, 104. Runs batted in—Metlwtok, dtnulfl. 126; Ott, UianU, 114. Hits—Medwick, Cardinals, ttam&ree. Cubbs, 181, Doubles—Medwlck, Cardinola, 63; Herman. Cubbw t 40. Triples—Goodman, Hedi» 13; Ca- tnllli. Phillies. Medwiok. Cardinal*, l* Browns, 28 308; Car- L 194; . Homo runs— Ott, Ql&nUi 38; mtllt and Klein, VhlUiea, and Bergor, 22. Stoletn ba«ea— J. Martin* Cardinal*, 20; a. Martin* Cnnllnals, 1$. T'ltchera HubbelU T^ucoa, 3M rates, VIGTOK Sepu T<H! Allen of Alhainbra, Calif. t tn* thd couutrr*« Wtroixghhld of pltchjn^ to capturo tli« Iowa stato '\r xournaniROt by "WU, . I t. '.I * • >, ' * * *-? . *.:-

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