The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 14, 1936 · Page 13
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Bakersfield, California
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Monday, September 14, 1936
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THE BAKERSFIBLD CAUFOttN'IAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1936 i U Bakersfield Y Baseball Team Wins at San Jose MINNESOTA'S MASTER MIND Breathe Easier Today in Having Shared Two With the Cards Hy SID KEDEH Auocliled PraM Kjwti WrlUr ''pHE Giants aro breathing easier •*• today. Tho worst Is over and they're still 3% games lu front of the National League pack. In the "record breaklng-est" day of this season, If not of several years, they met the challenge of their closest rivals for the National League flag, the St. Louis Cardinals, yesterday and came through with an even split In a double-header to maintain their paco- setting margin-. Tho biggest crowd In National League history, tin overflow throng of 64,417, jammed the polo grounds to the rafters to see the Giants and | Cardinals. • • j Tho American League champion j Mew York Yankees walloped eight j homei-H In taking a doubloheader | from the Browns to bring their total for the season to 175, setting new major league record for four-base blows and for extra bases on long' hlta In one season. I Young Bob Keller, the Cleveland , Indians' schoolboy sensation, fanned I 17 Philadelphia Athletics batters to} better Rubo Waddell'u American j League mark and equal Dizzy Dean's | major" league record for strikeouts In j a game. j • The crowd at the Polo Grounds— \ police estimated fiO.OOO more were turned away—went wild aa Mel Ott blasted his thirty-first and thirty- second homers and Fat Freddy Fitz- slmmons pitched seven-hit ball to give the Giants an S-i win In the (jpener of the twin bill. ' Artificial Snowstorm j Then the huge throng produced < a September snowstorm over the, field with paper and ucorccards In j t.he nightcap as Johnny Mlze's! homer sewed up a 4-3 decision for: the Cardinals, nnd Dizzy Dean, i making his third pitching appear- i ance In two days, relieved Roy Par-1 melco In the eighth and stopped the < (jiants. The Cubs, meantime, blew their chance to gain on the leaders by getting only a split with the Dodgers, Ed Brandt pitching an eight- hitter In the opener for a 6-3 Brooklyn win, and Frank Demarco's big bat setting the pace for the Cubs' tf-7 decision in the nightcap. Fourteen to 1'lay \Vlth the Giants having 14 games yet to play, Including only today's finale with the Cardinals and two against tbo Pirates and the rest against second division clubs, the, situation lined up this way: Onmes O. to Club- W. Giants K4 Cardinals 81 Cuba 80 Pirates TO DEPEND SKEET TITLES Unbeaten In 3 years at Minnesota and overwhelming choice of tho nation to coach the College All-Amcrlcuns, white-haired and sharp-eyed Bernlu Blerman's whistle demands lots of attention. Phelan Puts Husky Team Into Action for Battles of 1936 Football Season L. Behind. 1'lsy. CO ... 14 60 3<<! 13 fj 13 Athletes Prove lo Ilaye Thin Skins Under : Fans Fire \ H.V 11ENRV MeLKMOKE ! Vnltwl rrwis Staff OorreiiwocUnt T ON'DON, Sept. M.--English ath- i •*- J l«tos, both amateur and profes- j siontil, are tho thinnest skinned animals In tho world. Not except- i Ing the Bulgarian chamois, which i has u hldo HO delicate as to be al-1 most tr&nnparent. j They (meaning English athletes) are so thin skinned, in fact, that tho smallest arrow of criticism, tho j tiniest caliber of raspberry, or the j smallest bore boo wlll drop them to ' their knees from 100 ynrds. Strangely i enough, their dainty hides will withstand any amount of flattery and praise. You can blaze, away at thvm point blank with a gun loaded with 'congratulation*:, but let one tincom-j j pllmentary remark K' - ar.o them and they're ready for the taxidermist. , H Is an unwritten law In Kngland ] thnt no matter how Iwidly athletes do I tho spectators must not show displeasure or reporters crlllclv.e In j print. The depth to which this tin- i I wrlllen law Is entrenched wnx never ' j belter shown than when the ISngltah ] j Olympians returned from Merlin. They mode n pathetic showing, but i the man In the street and the man In the editorial office, had nothing to , j say except something to the effuct , that their work was pool-. For tho past week newspapers', here have been filled with shafts i I directed toward Australia, where English cricketers will MOOU engage i j In their "world series," culled the | I "ashes test matches." ! | England sent a team of hardened : | cricket players, half of whom arc j professional*, and the entire coun- j try Is deeply concerned over what j ! will happen when tho Australian , i customers begin their ••barracking." j "Bnrniclt"—to Kaw i "Barracking" Is nothing more nor I less than American razzing. In Australia, spectators have a habit of j jeering at players when they do not • perform up to standard. In tho 1830 j ; test matches at Melbourne the Eng- , llsh side came within an nco of with- > i drawing when a spectator, noting i that an Englishman was going to: j bat with a long while sweater, re- i marked "look oul grandpa, olso '•. you'll trip over your nightshirt." • Englishmen are badly upset by such familiarity, and the sweater 1 clad player was promptly bowled for "a duck," which Is to say he struck out without scoring a run. And you can Imagine how terrible this was when you remember that it's a poor cricketer Indeed who doesn't : score 60 or more runs. Tills mad behavior on the part of the Australians threatened to sever DEFEATS EAGLES TO TAKE DIVISION CUP I'hiunplons who will defend their lionors In the second national pkect tournament In St. Louis, September l.'i-lfl, aro Mn.v Mar cum. above, of LuulsvlHe. Junior tltllst. and Kdward Llnd»(>ll. rl«ht. of Jamaicn, L. I., holder of ihe long run record of 3»0. Golfers Play in Whistle Tourney A. S. Kbhutt and H. L. Sehoonor tied for first placo In tho "tin whistle" tournament held at Kern Hlver Country Club yesterday morn Ing. Uoth men scored 3.". points while O. Helmforth came- In third .with HI Fifteen players competed in the tourniiment which was bold under tho direction of O. L> Shlpman, club manager. Shlpman plans unother tourni-> next Sunday morning. This will !><• played on u mediil haslN unil Is Muted to l>c started at !<..Vi o'clock. Drillers to Open Practice Tonight l> \V. Griffith will Kliirt drllllm? In tonight whon ti» puts I ho j Drillers through their first workout | of tho HCiiHon. flip llnrnlsrm Rnvo out n few suits last week anil ox piM'ts tit IflHtH 1 the wurKs llil.s nftrr 1 noon nnil tomorrtiu. llnnovoi-, a j pructleo haw l«>cn scheduled uiul tin-' i boys will start llmhcrlni; up If thev ! h:ive to >;o |o worK In IhiMr ntrrr>t I clothes. The iJrlllcrs nre fnoed with :i Rnmo hot-f September 'JO whon they plav rortervllle HlRh's vnrsllv. This till ulll bo :i mnln event Hfmr the San- dubs piny the Portervllle llfrhls < \vn-li George Williamson lui* In- sued SO suits ho i';ir. Tonight nnil tomorrow afternoon, th.- Sniuliitis will rlu.sslfy win, Prlui-lpiil Herman Snliult tt-olghltiK hi the l.o\ H •OAKKRSFIELD V. M. C. A. won | •*-* the class n division of the San ; .Tost- Boftbnll tourney Saturday' night when it trounced tho San: Jose Kuglcs 17 to 10. : : A huge crowd of ball fans ga- ' thcri'd In the San .lose stadium to ; BPO Irwln Vandani'a team oulhlt \ '. tlu< homo town boys 21 to 6. : The Y. M. C. A. storied the fireworks in the first Inning when H scored flvo runs This rally put a ; lot of fir*- In the Bnkercfleld club which was never headed. It was climaxed when Kd Heffornan hit n homer to clear the banes, Thlc homo 1 run wus one of two of the nlifht with iJIm Wattenhartff-r hitting the other., i Lloyd Wattenbnruer, .Mm Wntten-' burger. c'ltntH and l''r*>eli> formod the ' pitching stafr for Hakorsflold. Lloyd stnrted the ijnme and wim tnken out I when he f,ho\ved he had the Kan Jose KngleM locked on home, Mi-ffrrnnn Stars K>I H»fferni»n l>l:i yed the ,,nt- stnndlnp mine nt but for the local 1 team hitting four for five. l-'reets 1 nnd Coiitti both hit three for flvi- nnd the rest of Yandnm'n squad was strolls at the plate. The Makers field couch expressed great sat IM'aotlon on his return tn-iv with his hi" » He said they all pulled through the season In great style and I'lnlwhed In the best Conn they Jmve e\-er shown lie cave sperlal eonniK ndtitlon to Jim \Vattenharcer Thlv i-ateher had his jaw 1-roken \\hllo In action during tho middle of the season !>ut came hack to piny fid per cent lietler hall. Following are the names of firms nnd Individual!' here that made It possible for the V M. t'. A. to enter the tournev I'loneor Men-antlli! Compunv. l-tiiUersfleld Hardware. Co,-ji i oUi H'lttUnR \\orks. Kern County Land Company, The Bakersfield Callfornlun, Shell Oil Company, J. C. Penney Company, Bakersfleld Garage. Welll's Department Store. King Lumber Company, May ward Lumber Company. Harry Coffee, Korest Cajisldy: Mlchener's Sen-Ice, Strauss Jewelers, Frank Wllkson, Claude Johnson, Bill t'eavy, Satr, Stnnflrid. EAGLES ,\n. n. n BAKERSriELD All. H It. ft Frwiv '.« 5 » 3 11 W rn.iM. M i 3 3 I> K ll*r<rrt>in.2ll J 3 4 I. U. Mtdilnt. 3b 3 0 I I.Wi'.ltahrir.Sb 3 (1 1 r. ruiiu*. c I, Fruu-M, Ib 3 1 i I'inem, Hi V Ysn'-*^. r? 4 1 'J li Otilrtr>o rf T. rircrin. \t 413 IU»Mm, I.' ti Walsh, r! 4 I i. . Kmling, cf t 1 4 1 ', 3 5 t 2 ! I 30 = '. I i' 300 0 0 ? 3 0 <> 3 » 1 0 t> 0 Fencing Star Is Robbedjrf Money il mini I'rnt Lcaicd M'irf .• >T JOSEPH. Mo.. Sept. 14.—A loan of fin kept Ilelene Mayer, 13, Ol.Mnpie fencing star, on her jour- nej tn (lakland, I'allf., today after she WHS robbed of $S5. .Miss Mayer stopped at a filling station In st. Joseph, then drovu on to Maryvllle. Knn., where she noticed her money was missing. Upturning, she reported the loss to police. \VHliam Kueker. presl- dtnt of the t'nlted German Society loant-d her $r.O. She left this inorn- Irij,' for Oakland, where sho Tvlll tojioh German literature and gram mar In Mills College. Miss Mayer was Olympic women's fencing charn- , plon In 19?S. nnd was runnerup In rf-omtietltion In Berlin this year. 02 GG 13 ! special Hy WENDELL BKOYLES OEATTLE. Sept. 14.—Tho Golden | climactic runner: Jlmnile Cain and i th , ut Continent from tho empire, for ^ Bears of University of Califor-| ™ ^owogroskl. Halncs will wear ( when they heard of - "--- - — Joe Dl Maggio walloped three, j ntu will be tho team to beat this """" "' homers and Lou Oehrlg hammered j fall for the Pacific coast conference | out his forty seventh and forty-; championship, in tho modest opin- ; Reserve" backs Include Rink Bond. | bnni thp Ausslef. It WHS only after much bad blood and a rapid ex . .,_ _ „ j „„ „ , , -_ „.., ,„..... ..... iv...,,w nuiinu- change, of diplomatic notes that srrl- aa tho homicide- squad won both prcdlct wlll bo one of lho strongest . , 1 u ,^' u lltin '' snced burnlnc" shoos nnrt ' England a citizens \cero all for send- will be "eveled u ? "or Inr '• '"« " |H maJe»iV8 ship Hood or a ' t)0 1Mclt " to s " r " 1K battleship of like tonnage to bom- , . . • , i i . i ' »*.VKH- ( > i- I_FCL\,I\*I iniiuiiu li-um rmiiu. i eighth In the Yankees record-break-, ion of Jimmy Phelan, who today as- i hard-blocking quartet-hack- Jimmy ! ing performance against the Browns | sem bi cc i w hat many northwest fans ) Johnston, Caldwell. Idaho sopho- '' "" "'" •"'" '" ""••"•' '-"" '"•"'' - - more trlple-threater; Chuck Xewton : °u« trouble was averted. of LaFayotte. Ind., who mascoted i Subdued Cheering ••onds of tho Their total K5 fout-baggerl is 2 better than the old major league record if 173 set up by the Athletics Washington elevens In tho history of tho school. Phelan'n forecast came as the In an Alfonne Phelan's Purdue team when It won j ' noticed In tho London papers tho Big Ton title, and Al Cruver, i yesterday that lho Australian gov- s on Ions hits for the sea- "Stub" Allison at the University of | ^ e L'niversltv of I U ... , perfect, w 1th nppl.itiso limited to a extra oases on long nus lor vne sea- r " "" '" 10 " 1 ' "V' Vniv»r*itv Tt ' letting capable ends vear after cultured, subdued "well played Blr. son. shattering the previous mark of Califoinla named I nrverbity of , *• - •{ r .. PT .,Hni« m !» , 974 set by tho Yanks of 1930. Allows Only Two Hits In his spectacular strike-out performance, tho Indians' young feller allowed the As but two hits as ho won tho first game of the twin bill, fi-2. Ho walked nine men and struck out everybody on the lineup except one pinch hitter. The Tribe also took the nightcap, 5-4. Washington as tho probable winner i year seems to bo one of Plielan's ' well played," and criticism to : of the conference title. ! problems. This year he must sup- j gentle tapping of walking sllclts on Pholan today put his squad of CO j ^l?,' Da " Lazarevlch and Jed the floor of the .lands. Any *peo men through a hard scrimmage - | Mftl kov - who graduated. Dick John- ! tator who gives off a boo will he there will be one every day until i September 26—In preparation for the Huskies' first gnnie with the mighty son, boxing end nnd" heavyweight j thrown out of the Joint—pardon, pn champion al Washington, 1 vlllon—and handed a Bttff fine. From wlll care for one extremity and ' what I've «<>en of cricket. It fteems i * u .^iMtrn Ji(t?i£tiiiM*t\iiiiiiiuiiiiF£"L> I-A \ •»• \ University of .Minnesota eleven on '' ranlc ' fters, tall sophomore, prob- to me that the crowd should nppr that date. Tho genial Washington mentor i ably wlll be at tho other wing. Bud ! elate the ruling, for It offers a por- "Wise, Carl Mutronlc and Walt ! feet excuse to get removed from the Tho conic-booking Red Sox wal- i figures the smooth-riowlng California Itohrschlob will bo replacements. get ' scene of frightfully dull Muff. A J1U lTUIlltVUiIl:jtllll.; I^UU OUA \VU1- I * *0 «»»--" t..'^ .-.,»,.*. i. , i-, ,.^,> it.?, ^^u,,.\'l <l,»i. ^, , . • - - w loped the Tigers, 7-4 The White Sox ! t«am wlll click through Its schedule I T «cl<l<?s will be handled by Chuck : (Coiorinhi. IOM by t nun l-n-».i * »..», • . ra ^ , . .. - . MOTlfl nntlll~l,' ,,*^,^ t f. ft\f ^<Mr.1r n n..l.. 9 * 9 — and Senators were rained out. Geno Schott pitched a three-hitter to give the Hods a 2-1 victory over the Boston Bees, but tho Bees took ! to the Hose Bowl, with Coach Stub Allison handling a big, veteran squad, reinforced by the a<-e back- fielder, Floyd Blower, who returned i 1 this year following recovery from in- | . ? ona - senior, and Jack Mackenzie. ! V1 .° Markov may win Mackenzie's | job. the nightcap, 6-1. The Pirates and Phillies divided 'Juries which kept him out In 1935. 'their twin bill, tho Bucs getting a f. 3 j \Yntcli the Hruins opener, cap, 4- and the 1'hils the night- Purdue Explosion j Tne Washington coach believed U. j C. L. A. might be tho runner-up learn to California, with Southern ! California third. "Stanford can't mlas fourth place," \VILLAHI> A.S (iltlDDKK „ ! PfLLMAN. \Vnsli.. Kept. 14. (A. P.I Mur liitard Kotunis j CS s Wlllard. 200-pound son of the Ma.\ Starcevlch, all-const guard, former heavyweight hoxlntr i-ham- will he hack. Ills likely running i plon. Is one of the aspirants for n mate will be Frank Mattes, although ; halfback job on Coach Habe llol Klove Sllvinskl. sophomore, may win | llngbery's Washington .State Coil-go a Btnrtlng assignment In many ; football team. Art Means Is a capable re-I Wllliird. of Glendnle. Cnllf . a Junior collegu transfer of last year, serve. John \Vaitrack will be Phelan's ran through signal practice In the i Phelan said. "I guess fifth is be- : voter a" center with competition fur- backfleld of onr- of the three lineups twoen us and Washington State, al- | nl f lei1 »>' \> ' LrlckHon, who ha» con- | during the week's first practice ses- though cither team might surprise sldenibk > "rive but llttl.i experience. I B | OI1B (United Prcat Lenied Wire) LAFAYETTE. Ind.. Sept. 14 _ were team might surprise and move up n notch or two." -Must AVorli Fast i Oregon, Oregon Stato, Montana AV'a*hlii(fton must prepare rapidly, ' 4' and Idaho fall Into the lower bracket ; what with Minnesota playing hero i | 100,000 Clocks to Be Saved at L. A. 'Attoetatfd 1'rtn l.nturd Wire' LOS ANGELES. Sept. 14.—Onehundred thousand cluokw lu Lo« Angeles an; duo to be- na\od. Karl Ing next week, from a fate which would tnnko them run 1- minute* ftidtcr pf-r hour than tin \ :-dn.>uld The cloeltt', openited by elfi-ti-lclty. hu\o been using >"iU c\c|o power Irnin the t'lty llureiiu of 1'ower and l-lghl. Hut the arrival of "Juice" from Houlder Dam In tho tieur future will put them on tio ryc.le current, which epcedn thu clucks up "0 per com With no charge to subscrlbcri", but at the expenco of neveral hundri-d thousand dollars to the city clock repairing Mat Ions In all MHMIUIIN of Low AngfleB wlll lie opened .Mondiiy Timepieces will either lie hwltelied over to tho new frequency or ox cltMiiged for new ones. SOKTIIALI, TOfHNKV • •IIIC'AUO. Sepl. !'.> Twice delayed by heavy ruins, the national amateur Softball tournament wa* scheduled to start tod»\ i>n five din nionclH In Soldier I-'lelil A revl^'d prognim was drawn up by officials of the Amateur Softball Association of America. 1'lay was to Mart tit 11 ii. in. inul contlimo uiiiil ii.ld night 1.ITTLK \VI\S TITI.i: TGHo.NTu. JSipl. M IA I'.i -I.ii«- ; mm Little, twlco bolder of Uie American and HrltlMh amtiteur titles, won |I|K f|i>i chiiinplon u hl|i elnco (unilng pro last Kprlng w h"n he captured lho ("unndliin open golf champloiiHhlp today with it "'..' boh- total of ^71. room explosion that took tho life | m< c jv of a veteran lineman nnd disabled five other players for an Indefinite portion of tho. Big Ten reason. Carl E. Dahlbeck, 25. outstanding senior guard from Lyndonvllle. Vt.. died of burns he received In the explosion Saturday. Seriously Injured were Halfback Tom McGannon, Ev- (insvllle, junior; Fullback Lowell becker, Reading, Mich., senior; John Drake, senior back from Chicago; Jimmy Maloney, Oak Park, a for his own team Jckles from rival coaches and football experts, who have placed the Huskies a* definite pennant contenders. Krcc-Whci-liiig HackM Washington will have intact lia free-wheeling backfleld quartet of KI- mer J-.OKS, one of tho nation's great punters: J-Jyron Malnes, sensational, in hopes of upsetting undefeated record. Idaho, U. C, U A.. Oregon Slate. California. Oregon, Stanford. Southern California nnd Washington Suuo comprise Washington's conference opponents. The Huskies will end the Beacon with a Chrlstmajj trip to Honolulu for two games. -'* niKK AVINNKU ST. LOULS. Kept. 14. (t:. I'.l-.lacklo promising Huphomuro guard, and Pat ; Slmes, Harrington Park, X. J., today Malaskn, Crawfordsvllle, Ind., bas- i h( ,| d thc , mt |onal championship of kotball star and reserve halfback. i .. . ,_, , Dahlbeck. McGannon. Drake und! thc Amatuur Bicycle League, of Decker were considered regular*. 1 America, after his victory In the Drake, burned on the left fool and i fio-mllo rare which wound up lho leg, probably will be released from i i.„_ ,„. , , , , the hospital Tuesday, but Dpckcr ; 1^E"» s two-day show lure. and McGannon both were reported i Alblu Jurca of Kenosha, WIs.. took In serious condition. second place by winning a one-mile The blast and fire started when i run'off race with Ray Jones of Pas- itimes from gasoline used to remove j sale, N. J., and Charles Morton of bandages after practice reached a | Los Angeles. Tho three were tied In small heating stove In the shower runner-up position In the 50-mile room. A section of tho floor on which the six were standing was swept by flames. Dahlbeyk and eev- t JVal others fell on the slippery floor i AB they dashed for the door and j were burned sftriously. ! grind. Morton took third placo In final standings. L. A, POLO PLAY LOS ANOBLES, Sept. 14. (U. P.)— Scoring five goals in the lost three chukkers. El Tlanchlto polo team annexed the 10-goal tournament championship on the Riviera Country club NOTED WOMAN' BURIED BEVERLY HILLS. Sept. 14. (A. P.)—Mrs. Elizabeth Mills Millard, former president of the Beverly Hills board of education, will be buried In Hollywood cemetery Monday afternoon. A founder of the Lou Angeles Eboll Clob, past president of the LOB Angeles Humane Koclely and president emeritus of tho lieverly field yesterday by nosing out AValtcr j Hills Women's Club. Mr». Millard Wanger'a Rangers, S to T. died at her lioino Friday . . « INS IIAVK (HANTS I.OiS AN».;BLIi», Sept. 14. (A. P.)— University of California at I,OH An- gelfs lost Sam Stawl«ky, regular tacklo, from hint year's Bqund, but they have «ix giants thin fall clamoring for thK'lwo poHltloiiH. Hero are the boys Coach Bill Spauldlng hnn to choose from! Captain George Dickerson, IS5 pounds, Pete Barber, n transfer from Texas A. and M., weight, 200; C. M. Wyrlck, towering sopliomoro from Oklahoma, 220; Lawrence Murdock, u junior, 220; Harry Blumberg from MinneapollB, 210; and Brewuter Broodwell, out of school two years. 210. -».» ., , ^ OLYMPIC DIXNEK LOS ANGELES, Sept. 14. (A. P.) Southern California's Olympic games representatives wlll be honored at n banquet Wednesday tendered by Los Angeles Elks, Athletic Director W&lly Stockton announced today. Frank Wykoff, Mrs. Dorothy Poynton Hill. Marjorio Gestrlng, Kenneth Carpenter, Cornelius John«on, Jimmy Luvallf, Coa«h Dean Cromwell timl others have been Invited. ' A KH'jcinletl 1'rfAn I.rtiffii tClrc ' AMKKICAN ; Batting — Appllng. White .Sox I .881; Averill. liidlaiiH. .377. | HUIIH—Uehrlg. Yankeow, ir>9; (Jeh , ringer, Tigers. 132. ; Huns butted In— llfhrlg. Yanlfeex. '144; Trosky. IndlaiiH Ml. | Hits—Averill. Indians. '.'I 5; Geh- rlngi-r, Tlget-H, 209. ' l.mublPH— \Vallter. Tigers. 54; «.leh- , ringer, Tlgf-rn. f>n. I Triples—Avcrlll, Indlunn and Ul- I Magglo, Yankees, !fi. i Home runs—Ge.lirlg. \ankeec. IS: i Foxx, lte() So\ nnd TrohUy. Indians |38. : Stolen li«Hf»--Uir>-. Itrownt-. SI' Powell, Yankeph. I'-I, ; Pitching—Hitdley. Vankecn, I3-); Pearson. Yankees. !S-«. NATIONAL , Batting—P. Waner, Pirate*. .373; I Phelps, Dodgem, .300. Kuns—J. Martin, Cardinals, llu; Ott. Giants, 112. Uuns batted in—Mcdwlck, Cardinals, 206; P. Waner. Pirates and Herman, Cuba, 198. Doubles—Mod wick, Cardlnalx, 59; Herman, Cubs, 03. Triples — Medwick. Cardinals; Goodman, nods and Camllli. Phillies, 13 each. Home runs—Ott, UUuiu. 32; Ca- milTI, Phillies, 25. Stolon b«*Nj—J. Martin, Cardinals, 81: S. Martin, Cardlnaln, 17. ' -. Pitchlng—Hubbell, Giants, aa-fl; Lucas, Plr«U«s, 12-4. Diamond Dust i .\ninictaifit I'm* t,rant-it trtiel Mfll (Ml, (iliiuth. ami Johnny Ml/o, ( nrdlmilH—Kornu-r till two homer* In ibiulilehondcr opener; MIzo'N lioiiier ilrovo In Ihrcu rutih to clinch nightcap. Joe DliuiiRcIo nnil Ixni (.rlirlu, Yunkpi't.—Kornier lilt tlm-p bom- eri lit doulilrhojnlor win <ni>r Hroivns; (jelirig lilt Itvu honicru In Hub I'Vller unil llnl Trosltj. In- illuiis—l'iiriner ulliMvi'd Iwo hll" nnil faimi'd 17 In diiulileheailiT opruer tvllli AililHlrti; Trosky Imil homer, double HIM! »lucle, drhlng in Ihrec rum. In nlehtcHp. Painful Piles j Go Quick—No Ciitdne—No Salves ' It takes only one bottle of Dr. J. S. 1 Leonhardt's prescription—UEM-ROIU ! —to relieve Itching, bleeding or pro- j trudliiB piles. This Internal medlclno ! j acts quickly even In old stubborn j lease*. HKM-flOID succeeds becuutfc It helps to heal and restore tho uf- i footed part* and relieves blood con- fftstlon In th* lower bowel—the* CHIIKO of pll" 1 *. Only an Interim) medicine ' can do tliie, tlmt'n -why halves and i cutting often full. Hughes Urus Mlor.- fttnl «ll <1rii(r«f»lis my cue t'vottlf of: J1EM-UOID T«W«t» mijut relieve you of. jour-Pilo mle-cry or juwnov tia n l( ~- AdV. 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