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THE BAKERSPIELD CALIFORNIA?*, MONDAY, SBPTEMBEft 21, 1938 A "" * JIAIil JWrBllr *a***J* * *WM** ^^»n •<•••. -W •-• i «••• "F *' - —• — • ..,._.. , ^ ^ ......._. . . - ^^_^^ J _^^___^____^»u^^^j--j_i t jafra^^M^^^^ia^a«»iM^i^^^i»^^» J «*»** 1 ''*^"^"'''**!''^^ Hard-Hitting Welterweights Battle at Arena ^•i^' .. „« * '••' •••• ' • •• ' ' ' •ii.iiii-iuiio' •' "• RUFFING YANKEE CHOICE TO OPEN SERIES Silent Joe Milln Bullies Jack Dillon for the Second Fen I ure W ILSON MACKI3Y Jolmnlo Wllkn, well or from 1/on AiiRn in onn of tlio will blittlo m-nsatlonal loH horn to- two ninlii event H of tlin nmntonr H!IOW. Wllks nml Mnrkoy hond n card of HOVCM fights, with thn curtain minor at 8:30 o'clock. Mnclii'V In pointing for thlH flKhl and IUIH done HO lor tlio past, wook IIITIUIHO If ho wlii8, ho will flRlit FrnnU Mma In tlio noar future. Krnnk IH tops for thn local wi'ltrrwolKhlM nnd IH tmmclhlriK of a Ko:U for tlio HiikiTHfltelil 1 10- poundorH. Tlio Horornl main ovimt on Iho card will proHcnt Klli-nt .lo« Hill of Old Hlvor In m-tloli iM;iiliinl .lark Billon of I, OH AiiK'-l'-fi. .If"' turned In a Htar j>M-formimi-«i Ifinl woplt In knocking out HlK K'l Ward of I,. A. In tho HPc-ond spattm of tholr main CVOlit nnd IH oxp"rlrrt lii I!" to town In mei'ilnK IMIlon. Olil rellnbln Fussy Myr-rs, IlKht- WPlRht Votr-nm of HrikoiHl'lold, will flffht .Icihnnlf f.'oln of Niinlii. Monli-ii tn tho wml-wlndiip. I-'ir/./y i-nn nl- wayH IJP ilopomli'd upon to Klvu lilH bowl imd lilH bi'Ht IK "plnniy Kiiod." Homy Acuna Man li"i>n brmifflii up from Run l a Monica to hut tin llonry Johnnnn of f'hlro. JohnMim IIMH IH-I-H Kolntf In Krcnl Ht.ylo Inli-ly and Aouna Is oxprotcd lo k'lvu I ho Chlro bciy a strong IOMI. Oilier (.mid MKhlH Jjiipfi Muni'-/. will mom l<YunliU' Valentino of Ocean I'ark. AppeurliiK on tho rent of the card will l»o Klawh Jordan vurHux llrook WIlMon of l.on AiiKolcn; Ham Houston of UakorHflnld vt>rmin I'Veddlo C.'HKII of I.. A. Saturday to Open When bntlcrles for tho opening gome of the 1036 world series are announced. Charles Herbert (Red) Ruffing will mount the hill for the New York Yankees, according to present indications. The big right-hander, 32 years old, Is hnvlng his best year with tho Ruppert Rifles since 1832. when he bagged 18 nnd lost 7, won the only series game he pitched ngainst the Chicago Cubs, nnd led the American League In strikeouts with 190. Defeats Flashy Scot in Final Round in U. S. Amateur Classic JIM DAY Gridiron Battles Schoolboy Wins «y lit (ill H. I'-liM.KHTON. -IH. Aiturlnliil lv<*i« MIHII-U Wrln-r N1SW VOHK, Hnpt. 21.—Tho football funs who Juiit can't wnlt mil 11 tho tltnn for I hi' big Raines rolln around c.nn take heart. They'll bo horc next Haluriliiy. Without vvallliiK to rornpletci thn usual preliminary inatlcrH of bowling over a few "Hnt-ut"i." a half dozen ol I he iiutHtiuitlliiK teairin Hlnp out ililH VMM-It to ilo biillln with one: another. In tin- three blKKCHt KMiiien, I)U!U''H Uluo lievllH. who opened luM Hiilur- | day nliihl wllb a lil-n victory over 'JlitvlilNiin. a new Houlherti conference rival, niecl the Ke«l Itlllllei'H of ColKiH". Mlnneiiola and \VnHhliiKlon o|ien uKiiliiNt each othor nl Mcalllo and l.iiulfliinii Klato, HoullienHlern roiifcrcnce ciiiileiuler, nieeln the Itlcn Owl" of I be NoiillnvcHl conference nl Union ItoiiKe. Itlcn tlineil up by trimming Texan A. nml I. II". Not far lii-blnil IheHe Ibrcn romii Hin-h KamcH an Slanford'H opener liKabi'il Hunta Clara. Die mmlheiiHl • prtl conlVrcneo clatdi between M|HW|«- nlppl, which niiileil Union Pnlvi-rHlly 4IVO, anil Tuliino'n Hreen Wave: KiinxaH Htntc'H encounter with llllle Fort llayn Htate, which Hcored a fl-0 npnel law! yenr, and thn l''rlilnv linuu-H iK'tween Keiitucliv nnd Xnvli-r and Temple and Ci'iilre. While tho lilu ten. MK nix iiiein- hnri). anil the majority of tin- blif ••UHtern prboolH dlnrl off wllb the tisiinl run of enrlv ncnnfin iraineH, noillhi'fii and 1'aclflo <nant confer- «<ni'e U-ftiiiH will !»' i'iinni;eil In their tllln chriMo,,. Koulb Carolina meetn Vlrnlnlii Mil Itnrv ami i 'li-iiu'on faccn V'lridnla Tech In Ihn leadliiK wnnlhnrn KUIIII-H. (In Un> \VI-M! COIIR! WiiNhlliKlon tmnMii Montana nml Hoiithern f'nll- fornln lacUleH Oro«on Hlnto. In tli- cm I'M he'll K'uneN N'avv tnoltl"!' Wlllluni nml Mary nnrt I'lltn- Ijlirph oponH IIKT.IIIHI I thin Wrsloynn 8lltur<liiv Chicago Bears Hold T^ead for Pro Grid lUtittrtt I'reim J.rnunt \\'lrr\ The Crlcano llenrt* In-ld an enrly nonson lend In tli" wr«lcrn dlvl»lon Of tlie Nllllolllll I'loteimlollill l' - ooll.llll I.eaKue todn>' liv virtue of nil Im- preswlve III) II vlclnry over ih« llrenn jlay. \Vln., I'liclters. The llenr-1'io lier linni' van ono of two played In the NnUonnI l.eiinm- yoBterdny. the olher hi-lni; helween the Ho-iion Keil>d<lnH MIM| phllv r.aules In Ibn iii'ul.v orivnn l/.ed American I'riifesslonal l-'onlhull li«iliKue, Ilonton plnved Syracuse Cliff Hallleii Mcorod ivvo lunch- downs In Icndlin; the He<lMlilnM 211-il victory over the KaKlcn. In tne Amerlcnn I.en^ue (,-nme Boston Hbiimroeks Mcori'd Iwl tbo tlniil period to d.'fe.ii the »-Une lira veil, 14-11 . .*.•*. ii/\si;it\i,i. n \v (i Mi-|''Alll..\M >. Sept. !'l Oil nlKht hall tenm \r«n\ I l> will meet McKniliind Tui'Mil lit the local diamond fm- n giuno for ebniiipliiiiMhlp former mimes ,Md-'ui land and Texac'o lh" oiln-r Speedboat Title (t'n(trtt I'rett l.nmrd Hire) CHICAGO. Hept. 21. Clinton I'Vr- ijiinon, Wtiban, MUSH., sclioolhoy, piii-.knd up lilu blue hyrdoplnni) to- dny and prepnred to leave the m-eno of tho l!i:ni mithoard rei;alln UN the flrNl pilot to sweep thren natlonul boat HtleH In oiin year. KelKUHOii, HI, followed his Hittur- day vlrtinli'H In Clnsses A and It with vlelorleii In hot h fi-inlle IK-IIIH I of elass C yesterday, (inly failure to 1 list class I 1 ' uiiulpmenl Kept him from ia ur.'ni'l Hliini In the ninaleiir ill- vlnloi). Ji'rifgiinuii won thn lleiimt trophy for thn most nmiilnur points, with S300. Unr Wood, ,lr.. inon of thi> llarmsworth trophy defender, wan srrond with MHH, and Don l-'ruzlor, Hiintoiil, III., third with II7.1. Policeman Planning 1 Gunncry_ Practice (I'ntlnl l'rr»» l.ninril U In'I KANHAH Cl'l'V, Mo., Hnpl. 2I.--OI'. fleer I .oil Meyers vowed today hi would takn nevernl dnvii off run! prili'llco bin KUn hnnillliiK llr icneheil for a riot nnt\ In lil'i ernlHei ear yi'Mleidny, and II dlseharKed, dls ublliiK thn ear mid inliisliu 1 , him h\ IneliPH In a telephone hooth n fins ndnuteii Inter, he Klnrted to cull foi aid lie laid down his pistol. l fell, went off itnd a lend sliii; hur.y.ci by Meyers" head. Gann & Ross Win Diamond Battle With Delano Team 'The flrnt American ex|icillttiin Inl the AI otic reiflon li'fl rhlladdplili in I7f>:i ANN ft ROSH of Olldalo tt'ouncod Dolano'H hull club 14 to 3 In n swift giuno on 1.1m Htniuliird Hchool llamoiul ynntordny hoforo a big Towd of hardball fiimi. (Innn * lloss Clroc.urs uliirlwl thn flroworkn n the flriit. Inning when 1'rner hit i hoinnr with lloffornnn on lms«. Not HiillsfliMl with a pair of runs, Ihij Uroenry scored four moro hilts In llio wild first on four runs. Harris, Faiilk nnd lleber all bit Kindlon lo fill the IIMSOS and Vincent Yanoey clouted a second home run Into deep left field. Hopper pitched for (he Olldnle club. Deluno lagged him five. I linen. Hn struok out in inon during the tilt. <!nnn A Hoss eolleeti-d 18 hits off tho visiting pitching staff. Wattniilinrgnr nnd I leffi'rniin each scored three hits while Ynneey, 1'rner Harris nnd Fiiullc each bit twice, (iiinn A. lions will schedule games for any Sunday. Anybody winding lo enter bin team Into competition with the baril-hllllng <>ll- diiln erow Is urned to see KImi'r Cornish In the I Innn & Hoss nlore In Olldnlc. The l.lneupM l''ollinvln« Is the (Iroi'eiy lineup used yenterday. Cunllony. 3h; Ynneey, If; ('. J'ornlsh. e; \Viillen- luirger, e; 10. Cornish, If; I leffcrnnn, HH, Hopiier, p; I'nii'i. Hi; Harris, rf; Fiiulk, "f: Corn, r-f: Heher, 'Jh. The 1'elano Mlnrtlng lineup: KOSH|, e: l.nndriim, !lb; .M. Kessler, nn, liar- men, If; II Kessler, lh; Mitel, rf; Monroe, 2h; Imamtiro, cf; Heyes, p; I'Vedrlclis, Ib. Diamond Dust f \mnclnlfil frr.mi Leaicit Wire) Freddy KII/,Hlinni(ins, (Jlnnts— Hlnppoil Dodgers with six hits. Hill l*n and .lohnny GUI, Cubs— Formnr stopped Cardinals with four bits, while (Jill's homer wltli (wo on won Riiine. Pren Lr.aiod Wtra) TVTBW YORK, Sopt. 21.—They're ^ calling him John (King) Fischer today. Tho 24-year-old son of a Cincinnati mall man carried the mail through for tho stars and stripes Saturday In the final of tho United States amateur golf championship. Ho nipped the challenge "of Scotland's flaBhy Jack McLean by bagging blrdlos on tho last three holes to close sensationally an otherwise orrallo match find prevent tho crown from crossing tho Atlantic as it did a quarter-century ago. Fischer, for several years regarded as title timber, realized his ambition tho hard way, confounding older heads who said he hadn't tho stamina or physique to withstand tho rigors of six days of tho hardest kind of Imnd-to-hiind struggles, Ono down and three to go, tho turning point from Fischer's standpoint came on tho thirty-fourth groon. Ills second putt stymied tho cot. Klscher gained a half in birdie -I's n the 3Dth, dropped a nine-foot putt or a birdie two on tho 86th to square ho match and closed out the whisky- elllng Heolchman, who drinks noth- ng stronger than water, by canning a 20'tootor for a birdie three on the 7th. ISxtra Hole Final It was the third extra hole final in bo history of tho championship. While nil hands balled Fischer as a ruly great champion and many export observers predicted a long reign 'or him provided ho becomes more •ngKed physically, tho consensus was that the 40th championship of ho U. 8. dolt Association failed to iroduce another Bob Jones or Lawson Wttlo. Stymie Helps Him Fischer's victory, aided Immeasurably by tho stymie, revived tho old firgumcnt over tho stymie rule, which tho U. 8. a. A. at Its last annual meeting voted to retain In the regulations governing tho game. It Is unlikely tlio powers will abollHh It, at least until tho royal and ancient does. Bald Jlorton Hmlth, "when they're playing stymies in a tournament everyone must take bin chances." Carl Moore Will Be Grid Surgeon W E'VE all heard tales of Wild Bill Hlckcoek, Bat Master* son, Left Handed Luke, Lion Hearted Lad of Labrador, Pistol Pete, Pulverizing Catamount of tho CatsklllB and other famous gunmen. I might even inform all and sundry that this department in more or less familiar with the exploits of those famous plstoleers. The janitor of this column might oven go further in the realms of fantasy and note that he is familiar with pulp paper magazine stories of two-gunmen with the ability to shoot dew-claws off flies at 100 yards from the back of a running horde. (No files on tho pistol pointers.) But this department, disdaining its customary diffidence, asserts loudly and dogmatically that the shootlngest. man In those parts is none other than Los Arnold, garao warden. DRAMA IS BREWED IN FROG MEADOWS Los was moseying along through the; Frog Meadows country In. tho high Sierras. His stride was as quiet as that of tho wily Redskin. Slung low on his right hip was his trusty •thutty-olght." In his wallet were two doer tags, for a game w.ar- den is allowed two doer just like any one else—if he can get 'em. Drama was brewing in those parts—swift action and sudden death. Los sighted u flno bunk doer. Out came the "thutty- olght." Kerwhambo! and the gun exploded setting up echoes in tho mountains. The doer dropped like tidewater oil stock. But what's this snarling streak of gray wo nee flashing away through tho brush? Tho dough- ty game warden wheels In his tracks like a skeet shooter, the gun explodes again and a claw* ing, clutching, snarling mountain lion expires as Arnold flips two empty shells from the gun, reloads It and slips it back into the holster. MOUNTAIN LION AND DEER BITE THE DUST One fine deer and a big mountain lion*in two shots from a revolver—that's shooting It any skeptical gent should walk up and ask you and tho straight dope is that Arnold killed a mountain lion aud a doer with his revolver. These facts were sifted out of a mass of reports from the in* telligence service of this department. Lot's consider, however, the abridged reports of two veteran scouts. Paul Swager: "I was an eyewitness to the whole affair. Lds Arnold stunned the deer with a chunk of rock salt. The mountain lion realizing the kind of man he was up against, surrendered." Cliff Kuentzel: "It's true that Arnold killed a mountain lion and deer with his revolver. What has not been reported, however, Is the fact that the bombardment scared the life out of two other deer. When they saw Arnold in action against the mountain lion they gave up; What a man!" Lion Among the Deer At any rate when Arnold returned to town he had one mountain lion and three- deer. Tho two extra deer were abandoned by hunters believing they were illegal bucks. The joke Is on the hunters, however, for each of the two abandoned bucks was a small forked horn. --I'HEVKNT PIKES To Use Salt Lake as Aerial Target t (KfiiclHtfil I'mii Lf.atrd Wire) HAI/P I.AKI'l CITY, Hopt. 21.— (Iron! Halt lake soon mny become tbo Inland target of tbo army's aerial dreadnaughts. Governor Henry II. Blood's permission htu4 linen nskcd for uso of I ho ureat Hiillnu body for bombing operations by a fleet of planes from Mareb Field, California.. Captain l.». U. Uodrloh, officer of the Hull Lake City detachment of the II. S. army nlr corps, wild plans culled I'or an expedition of nlno homh-lnden plancH to tuko off from llic roust flold, fly Inland over n, 700- mile routn and dump their doath dealing charges In tho lake. Tho maneuver In part of a pro- icrnni to UiMt tho effoullvonoss of long openitloHH. Dr. Carl Mooro has taken tho place of Dr. C. I. Mead school "medic" of Bakorsfleld High and Jayson. His duties Include such work as examining tho boya out for teams, watching their condition, administering first aid. This fall, his first aid duties have been light, confined aft they have been to troatlng "Charley horses" and the Uko. llo Is on duty whenever a team IH ut practice and gives each boy any attention ho wishes for any In- Jury suffered on tho football field. . 4« * RACK 1'ILOT HURT HAMMOND, Ind., Sept. 21. (U. J 1 .) (loorgo Connors, Loa Angeles, was seriously hurt when II!H entry In tho GO-mlle. feature at Hoby Hpcodway overturned before 20,000 spectators. It was tho uumo car In which Ray 1'lxley, T<os Angoles, was killed hire August 30. » Hex Mays, Olcndalo, Calif., won the, race, with Ted Horn, Olcndalo, second and Frank llrlsko, Milwaukee, third. Al Ettore Ready for Louis Battle (Anootated Pre» Leased Wire) PHIliADKLPI-llA, Sopt. 21. — Training chores complete, Philadelphia's blond Al Kttore loafed In bis nearby ClemerHon (N. J.) camp today confidently predicting that ho'll finish Joe Louis by a knockout, come Tuesday night. Wbtlo workmen put finishing touches on the municipal stadium, where Jack Dempsey lost his heavy weight crown to Gone Tunney Just 10 years ago, both adversaries took things easy In their Now Jersey camps, prepared to movo Into Phlla- delphla for the welghlng-tn core- monies at about noon tomorrow They went through final sparring sessions yesterday. L.ouls, at Tompton Lakes, N. J. Issued his customary forecast of victory, and ho had with him the wise money, quoted currently at about three to one In his favor. Equally emphatic were tho argu monts of his battered sparring part nera, who differed only In naming tho round In which tho brown bomber would topple tho bouncing blond. TO BURY GRIUDKR ANTIOCH, Calif., Sept. 21. (U. P. Funeral services will bo held tomor row for Oeorgo H. t,at.hum, 38, f mer captain and center of one o tho University of California's "won dor" football teams, who died of an attack of acuts dilation of the hear yesterday while on a hunting trip. rid Teams Play to Tie in North (United rretm Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 21.—Unl- crslty of San Francisco and St. Gary's University of San Antonio, Texas, battled to a 6-6 tie yesterday n tho first Intercollegiate football rame played this season In tho San Francisco Bay area. Tho San Francisco "Dons," favored to defeat tho Texans, were un- ablo to penetrate the visitors' defense with their Intricate reverse plays and ended tho game by losing more yardage than they gained. The Texans resorted to a typical southwestern nerlal attack which kept the crowd of 10,000 In a continuous uproar and the Dons In tbelr own territory a largo part of tho time. St. Mary's tallied first after Bill Irwln, center. Intercepted a short pnsa by Sal Seono on the TJ. S. F. 30-yard line. Making a first down, tho Texans called on Don Tjocke, captain and fullback, who carried the ball around end for tho touchdown. Shortly afterward U. S. V. scored on a pass from Seeno to Bedonl In tho end zone. 4 . » SOUTHPAW GOLFERS ST. J.OUIS, Hept. 21. (U. P.)—Left- handed golfers from all sections of tho United States teed off at Norwood Country Club's course today iu tho first national championship tourney for southpaws. Tho championship class drew 45 entries, tho vacationist class 85. PILES Co Qulcli—No CuIlliiK—No SalvoN Your Itching, blfictllnB, pllofl will KO when you lutuully movo tin) cuu«o—bud likiinl Mori In tho homorrbulilul SulvoB or cutting can't du UilH—an Internal modlolnc nbuulU bo nmxl. UBM-noil), preMcrlptlon of :Dr. .1. 8 Lconhunlt. suooci'iln lK<t,<aUHu It. Hllm uliitcH the clrpuluUon, HUKPH th« presnuro ol' tho conitdsted liluml nn.l liolpH to In-ill imd rtiH(or» Hi" iiffri'ii- pnrlB, llK,M-HUir» bun mirb n lli record ol HUCCCBH that IIiiKhon ll Ktorn iiml all driiKRlsIn Hiiy om- bu of IJ15M HUH) TiiblotH innwt your IMle fteony or monuy By KING Kill-Joy Charley GASOLINE ALLEY SKGEZI* HOME PHSLLIS, CORKV AMD RACHEL W6MT IM THE CAR THIS MORMIMG. HITCH-HIKED HOPE VOO'LL FIND EVERYTHING ALL RK3HT AT THE HOUSE. By PHIL NOWLAN and LIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS lUK'K UOGKItS. TWKNTY-Fll'TH CENTURY A. 1). Buck Escapes PAUA01AN C.VACF INTO HERE, EARTHLING, IS YOUR GQUIPMI-; NT- SHOW US HOW YOU MAKE GOLD/r AND NO THICKS A1A.R16HT- FIRST I HAVE TO STRAP THIS ON-IT SUPPLIES POWER TO THE PROJECTOR BV- ER- RADIO WAVES TUROU6HTME NERVES OF MY ARM AND HAND . / I'LL NEVER BE } ABLE TO SHAX" THESE TWO .,BRUTES / OFF — VOUSIMPLV POINT DISINTEGRA- MEA AT THE ROCK AND- APPARATUS VOR TURNING TO OUTCROPPING OF Fred Perry Has Serious Time Surviving for Further Play Jly JACK OUBNTHBR UBltid Preu SUff CorrMpondtnt T OS ANaBLBS, Sept. 21.—Only *-* one name player was missing as favorltlea renewed their drive for the Pacific southwest men's singles championship in the second round of play at Los Angeles,Tennis Club today. , filond Sidney Wood, former Davis cupper and once third ranking American, was the only seeded player toppled In opining title pliy yesterday—although world champion Fred Perry waa extended to three sets to conquer a 17-year-old schoolboy. Black-haired Ben Dey, husky Stanford athleto, upset "Wood, 6-2, 6-8,» 5-3, with a steady attack that forced tho erratic New Yorker Into many errors. AVood's game was careless, and ho consistently over-drove his baseline shots. Julius Huldman, U. C. L. A. sopho- moro and junior champion, walked out on a court where four years ago ho started his tennis career as a ball boy, and while 8600 fans sat stunned, ran up a 6-0 lead over Perry. The Englishman finally triumphed, 0-6, 0-0, C-4, but only after one of the stlffcst battles he has waged on a California court. Breaks Champs Service * The curly-headed Heldman broke In tho second set when Perry won three games with loss of only three points, but rallied In the final, breaking: through tho champion's service twice and tlelng the set at 4-4. Perry won tho ninth game when, yeldman topped two lob- shots while leading. Ho then cracked down on the final game with loss of only a point. Other favorites advanced will/ ease. Don Budge, defending champion, blasted a 6-2, 6-0 victory from Robert Braley while Frank Shields defeated Bd Yoemans, Los Angeles, 7-5, 6-2. Jacques Brugnon, of France, had an uphill battle with, Lawrence Nelson, but won 2-0, 7-6, 6-0. His countryman, Twin Petra, defeated Oil Buford, Pusitdena, 6-1, 6-2. Frank Parker Wins Frank Stewart. U. C. L. A., defeated Donald Leavens, Los Angeles, 6-3, 6-8, 6-2; Jack Kncmeycr, Los Angeles, defeated Carl Busch, San Diego, Calif., 6-2, 6-!!; Robert Underwood, Los Angeles, defeated Lloyd Budge, 'Los Angeles, 6-3, 8-6, 7-5; Frank Parker, Milwaukee, defeated William Robertson, Pasadena, 6-4, 6-3; Henry Cullcy, Santa Barbara, Calif., defeated Frank West- smith, 6-3, 6-8, 6-3; Mort Ballough, Los Angeles, defeated Arthur Hcn- dryx. Florida, 5-7, 6-4,'7-5; John Mc- Dlarmld, Princeton, defeated Charles ' Church, Beverly Hills, Calif., 6-4, 6-3. Jack Lynch Loses Lewis Wotheroll, Los Angeles, defeated Harry Klme, Los Angeles, 6-1, 4-6, 6-2; Bernle Coghlan, Santa Monica, Calif., defeated Jack Lynch, Stanford, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4; Nelson McCtn-* nlnch, defeated Ted Wellnmn, TJ. C. L. A., 6-3, 6-2; John Law, Stanford, defeated Gordon Giles, 6-3, 6-1; John Slsson, defeated Dave Freed ( Bait Lake City, 6-3, 6rl; John Van Ryn, New York, defeated George Toloy, 6-1, 6-1. Charles Carr defeated William Amundsen, 6-3, 6-4; Dave Muehlel- sen, defeated Mul Gallagher, 7-0, 12-10, 6-3; Jack Tidball. Los Angoles. defeated Henry Gullmette, 8-4, 6-2; Joo Hunt defeated Carl Busch, 6-3, 6-4; Wllllain Doeg defeated Phil Neer, 6-3, .3-6. 6-1; Thomas Chambers defeated Pierre Pollzza, 4-6, 6-3, 6-0, and Gene Mako defeated Phil Southwick, 6-1, 6-0. 4 »« FILM POLO GAMES LOS ANGKLES, Sept. 21. (U. P.) Spencer Tracy, film actor, yesterday led bis Riviera polo team to a 10-to-3 victory over tho Freebooter* In the final game of + 12-goal tour- • namenl at Riviera Country Club. The aotor tied with Tim Holt, each with four goals, for scoring honors. In preliminary matches Ifoot Gibson's Colts defeated tho Mickey Mouse team, 8 to 6, and the Riviera ladles' team defeated tbo Larks, 6 to 1. League Leaders (.iiioclalcd Prin Leaiet Wtrt) AMERICAN Batting—Appllngf, White Sox .881;, Averlll, Indian, .376. T Runs—Qohrlg, Yankees, 163; CUft, Browns and Gehrlngor, Tigers, 138. Runs batted In—Trosky, Indians, 153} Mj|irig, Yankees, 146. ~-r~ iitwSkyorlll, Indians, 220; QeV ringer,:-Tigers, 2is. Doubles—Qehrlngcr and Walker, Tigers, 64., Triples—DIMagglo, Yankees, and Averlll, Indians, 15. Home runs—Qehrlg, Yankees, 48; Trosky, Indians, 41. Stolen bases—La-ry, Browns, 84; Powell, Yankees, 25. Pitching—Hartley, Yankees 13-4; Pearson, Yankees, 18-3. NATIONAL Batting—P. Waner, Pirates, .876; Phelps, Dodgers, .368. ' < Run*—-J. Martin, Cardinals and Vaughan, Pirates, 119. Runs batted ln—Medwick, Cardinals, 135; Ott, Giants, 131. Hits—Medwlck, Cardinals, 213; R» Waner, Plr&tM, 213. 4 Doubles—Medwick, Cardinals, 1«; Herman, Cubs, 64. Triples—Medwick, Cardinal*; Cammi, Phillies and Goodman, Reds, all 18. Horn* runs—Ott, Giants, 33; Cam- 1UU Phillies, 36. Stolon bases—J. Martin, Cardinals, II; 8. Martin, Cardinals, 17. Pitching—Hubball, Giants, , 36-»; LUCAS, Pirates, 14-4.

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