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PAGE EIGHT ULYTHEVH,rF? (ARK.) COUKIKK NKWS Chenault Goes To Bat Washington Pitcher Beats Yanks 8-6 To Keep His Record Perfect By United Press The best pitchers In baseball history never kept a perfect record —a 1000 average—for more tlian a couple of months. However, the present season lias passed the two-month mark, nnd one man'still b up there. He's Mllo Candint of the Washington Senators—and his balance sheet shows seven victories and no defeats. Yesterday the 2C-year-old rookie scored a i! 8 to 0 win over Hie league- leading New York Yankees. Candini's performance was Impressive, He held the Yanks to six hits and was the master all the way. He hel[icd his own cause by hitting a homer inside the park and a double, in addition to two sacrifices. Not bad -for one day's work. The victory is significant from another, standpoint. Because last year Candiin was a fann-hni)d for the Yanks tit Newark. And in winning yesterday, he defeated his former bosses. In the second jjnmc, Ernie Bon- Jjam of the Yanks did some shut- oii ( hurling, winning 4 to 0. The NEW Yorkers scored four times with two out in the last of the third. . "Another American League double-header saw the Ccleveland Indians nnd Detroit Tigers split :il Detroit. The games were the first In' major league history played under military protection. Three hundred and fifty Michigan stale troopers were In the stands as a precaution against rioting which lins swept Detroit. The first giunc was won by llic home forces, 3 to 1, with Hal Newhbuser pitching. The Indians scored three times in the nth inning of (he nightcap to win, D to 0. The Chicago White Sox nosed out the St. Louis Browns, 4 to 3. And the Boston Red Sox—svitn Oscar Judd pitching—slnit' out the Philadelphia Athletics, 1 to 0, in a night game. In the National League, the Brooklyn Dodgers cut the St. Louis Cardinals' lend to half a yamc. The Brooks beat the New York Giants tto-ice, 7 to 2 and (J to 0. In the afterpiece, Curl Davis pitched a two-hitler, not allowing n safely until the eighth. The Cards dropped n game to Cincinnati, B to 3, as Mori Cooper failed to stop the Reds. The Boston Braves took two close ones from the Philadelphia Phillies 1 to 0 and 4 to 3. And the Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs split—the Cubs winning the first, 4 to 1, nnd the Pirates the second, 7 to 5. . Baseball Standings SOUTHKUN LEAGUE W. L. xNasliville . 38 23 xblttlc nock 32 24 Birmingham . 34 30 xN'ew Orleans 32 32 xAtlanta . 30 30 Chattanooga . 28 28 xKnoxvillo 25 33 xMemphis 1938 . X—Night game. NATIONAL LEAGUE i W, L. SI. Louis 34 20 Brooklyn . . ;... 37 24 Pittsburgh SO 215 Cincinnati 28 26 Philadelphia 28 28 Boston 25 23 Chicago 21 35 New York 21 35 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L.. New York 32 22 Washington 32 26 Cleveland . 28 28 xBoston . • 25 2Q Detroit 25 27 xPhiladelphia 27 31 Chicago 24 27 St.' Louis 22 29 Pet. .823 .571 .531 .500 .500 .500 .431 .333 Pet .G30 .607 .527 .510 .500 .472 .375 .375 Pet .593 .552 .500 .500 .481 .456 .471 .431 Besides going to bat agiilnst the Japanese for China, MaJ. Gen. Clare I.. Chcnaull, Comdr. On. 14th Air Force, regularly plays baseball with American airmen bused In China and he's shown al bat during one of these games, wearing shors and cap. He tun last nine full innings, too, according to correspondents and his opponents. Official Army Air Force photo from NEA telepholo.) Blue eyes In a white cat often indicate thai the cat has defective hearing. -lagg Certain To Be Favorite, But Dobbs I las Plenty Of'Supporters Hy United Press' The celebrated pair of flying feet roin Sweden already Imve con- liiered one American champion, md they soon may match strides vi(h another. For Guilder Hags—who beat leg nice at 0000 meters last Sat- irduy—mny meet Gil Dodds at one of the middle distances in a short n'hile. Stop-watch addicts arc gloat- ng over the prospect—and they're eariy with a nock of .predictions. Just as there were plenty of Rice supporters before last Sunday—so here are plenty of track bugs in he Dodds camp. But Guilder Is certain to be Hie favorite—ns- he liescrvcs to be. Now that Americans nave had u chance to sec Hagg in action—and compare him to one of our own stnrs—they're firmly convinced thnt Ills hulld-up was fully justified. But they still think he can be beaten. They're not willing to admit Hint Oreg Rice is strictly a second- rater, where Hngg ts concerned. Not after the finishing'kick he applied when he wns hopelessly beaten in the 5000. •nicy know that both men were out of condition for that race.'But they nlso know thai Greg nice is a great competitor. And (hey feel thai Rice In perfect shape would stand a good chnnce to win If the two meet agnln. The chances are, though, that Hngg will run against Dodds before he races Kice. And Hint should prove «)> liilcrfstliig contest. Oil is the new national 1500 meter champion, having won that, title Saturday at the A. A. U. meet. He did the 1500 In, 3:50 nut. Thai's more (linn four seconds slower limn Hagg's world record. But Dodds—in his first outdoor appearance this year—showed that he has as much stuff as he hart u year ngo when he was the-best in competition. A Hagg-Dodds duel would hnve nn interesting angle. Both men are celebrated front-runners. Gil likes to take the lead at the start and pour It on as much as he can for I ho entire nice. Hagg knows no other way to run. Both men set a terrific pace. When two front-runners come to Grips, It usually means one thing —n -serious assault on the record book. And just that may happen when the Swedish fireman clashes with the Boston parson. 'l I 2 I 3 I 4 i 5 I 6 I7 I 8.1 9 I R I' iMEmill2EED.II pounds in "M. That Is the high- esl weight ever carried by a winner, roid In In Seabiscuil beat Anc- finish whose picture By IIAKKY GKAYSON i Discovery is llic only horse which NEA Sports Kililur won Ihc Urooklyn more than once, NEW YORK.—Aqueduct's .sum-(lie did a yood job of it, scorec mcr meeting comes to n close, June I Ilirec times in a row, carried 13C 26, with the running of Hie famous Brooklyn Handicap at a'mile and an eighth. Tlie Brooklyn Handicap \va.s a leyncy from the celebrated Dwycr brothers' popular old Gravoscml track, near Coney Island. Inaugurated In 1B87, no stake race has ;i more colorful hlsory. It wasn't always tlie $30,000 lihun it Is Hits [rip, bul it. always-has produced a horse nice. Half n century ago (here wasn't a saloon or blacksmith shop that did not proudly display an olco- rnph of Ihe finish of Brooklyn Handicap, depleting Dry Monopolc, Blue Wing and Hidalgo battling noses apart. Ttic greatest horses of Ilielr day have fought It out In the Brooklyn Handicap. Among the winners were The Bard, •Fenny, Orniimcnt, Klnley I/lack, Irish Lad, King James, Whisk Broom, Frinr Rock, Cudgel, Grey I.ng, Exterminator nnd Peanuts. Old-timer. 1 ; tell nn nnioiislug story of The Picket coming down in front of Grave-send in 1904. The Picket ran fastest when he heard the clatlcr of someone jKnmdlng on a tin pan. Negroes who were down on him yol in the infield properly equipped and saw to It. that he hud his music all the way, around. Regret, the strapping and only Queens County Jockey club think}, worthy of adorning the cover ol its program book. I.asl year Whirl- away thrilled the crowd by bcatlnp Swing and Sway and Attention ii; one of his sustained bursts in the stretch. Whlrlaway and Alsab arc In Chl- cnsjo, but among this year's Brooklyn Handicap eligibles are tin Circcnlrcc Stable's Devil Diver winner of the Toboggan, Metropolitan nnd Carter Handicaps; Liu Howard's Dan ningo, which took the Suburban; Bclnir Stud's Vagrancy, toil :i-year-old filly of '-12; William Hells' Attention and Salto; 11. A. Coward's Marriage; William J. Miami's I'lctor and a score of others. Almost, as old as the Brooklyn is the Great American Stakes foi 2-year-olds nt six furlongs. Thus" is the first big event for juveniles at this distance. Included in the Great American's list of winners are peerless Domino, Broomstick, Biirgmnstcr, Sun Briar and Equipoise. George D, Wirtcner's Youthful and Juvenile -Stakes winner. Lucky Draw, beads' a list of 18 named fen this year's running. filly lo win the Kentucky Derby,! The race will bring out some o'i suffered one of her few defeats | the more highly regarded juveniles when Borrow prevailed in n thrill-i willed were on the sidelines most Ing Brooklyn Handicap in '17. Old of the-spring because of coughin° Rosebud wns third. I sickness. ° Open 7:15 Show SUrls 7:15 AUm. Always lie and 2.5c 1/asl Time Today 'Tarzan's New York Adventure' wich Johnny Wcismullpr & Maureen O'Sullivan March of Time Shorts Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night fames: Knoxville at Memphis. Atlanta at New Orleans. Nashville at Little Rock. Chattanooga at Birmingham, postponed. AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington 8-0. New York 0-4 Cleveland 1-9, Detroit 3-G. Chicago 4. St. Louis 3. Night game. Boston at Philadelphia NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 2-0. Brooklyn 7-s Philadelphia 0-3, Boston 1-4 Pittsburgh 1-7. Chicago 4-5. St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 8. Jesse Danna No. 1 . Southern Pitcher By Uiulcd Press Jesse Danna is still running n heart of Ihc rest'of tlie Southern \ssoclnlion's pilchers Lnst night the young southpaw von his 12lh eninc ol the season or New Orleans and the Pelicans' ninth In n row—against the Atlanta Crackers. Danna wns 3rackcr property earlier in the •car. but. thai doesn'l make him heir friend. He was touched for a dozen Atlanta hits, bul won the game 4 lo 1. Little Rock made it wo straight over the leading Nashville Vols and vhlttled down the Vols lead another game. A run in the last of the ninth gave the Travelers n victory, 5 to 4. Harry icellcy won Ms fourth of .lie year for Memphis over Knoxville. 3 to 2. and Clintlanoogn and Birmingham were postponed. The same teams meel again tonight. Friday and Saturday 'Stardust On The Sage' with Gene Autry <K Smiley Burncllc SERIAL: "Perils of Nyoka" Selected Shorts Galen to Must Prove He's In Condition I'AITFIiSON, ,\. ,). June 2-1 <UP( The Nationnl ncxlng AMOcintton has turned thumbs dc\vn on Two- Ton Tony Galento. NBA I'rcsidcnt Abe Greene says Galmio will not be permitted io ensasc in regular bouts until hc proves he's in shape. The NBA, action would seem lo pnl an end—at least temporarily— lo Gnlrnto'.s comctack attempt. Galento has had three fistic appearances in Ills comeback campaign. Two were In the ring and one outside., In the first, hc was pcllrd with tomatoes by a Milwaukee fijln crowd. In the secor.d. he < knocked oul a pushover 1U a Flor- ida army camp. The third wasn't in the squared circle. It was outside his tavern i in Orange, N. J. Two-Ton Toney WHS kayocd In less than one licut by n policeman's nightstick. Only the male iiintar. (Tuck lias n pintail. CHICKASAW West Main Near 21st St. Sat. starts IZ:45; Sun. starts 1:45 Nii-M shnws 5:45 Except Monday, opens 6:45 Continuum shows Sat. and Sun. Last Time Today Double Feature "KKACHJNO KOK THK SUN" wllh Joel Mcltca & Ellen I)rc«- "HONEYMOON TOR THRKK" with Ann Sheridan ,t George limit If tiagg Wants To B Alone, All Swift Swede Has To Do Is Get In Race Sans A Handicap THURSDAY, JUtSK 24, 1943 lly NKI) KUOWN NKA Staff ConcspuniU'iii NEW YORK.-ff Guiulnr lings i-enlly wants to he alone, 'all lie has lo do Is gel In a foot race—at any cllslancc from 1500 to 5003 meters In this country at this time without a handicap. With J. Gregory nice disposed ol, tin' consensus ts Unit Gilbert uoclds, the Nebraska divinity student of Boston, is tlie only one around til present to give Gimclar ihe Wonder u contest — at 1500 i'lers. The .other slurs, such ns Leslie MiicMitchell and Frank nixon of New York university, arc in the armed forces. Jlagg tlocsn'1 care to' tackle 1503 meters until he's more acclimated. He professes to believe dial the two-mile record would be easiest lor him to beat. His 3:45.1) .tor 15CO mciers Is lib tail time—the jtniivalciH of a 4:03.8 mile. His two-mile record Ls 8:41.8. Ilat'g will run iwo miles nt Soldiers' Field, Chicago, July 2; two miles In Los Angeles, July 1C; 3000 meters In San l-'rancisco, .July 17; two miles in Roslon, July 24; 2000 nictcrs lu Cleveland, July 31; and distances to be iinnouneed Jiitei- .in I'ltUljiirgl), Aug. 7, and Washington, Aug. 14. Uomc one, come- nil, They all look alike to HasK. Pressed for the names of a few •A'lip will be Invited to have at the Swift Swede. Dan l-'erris, secrc- uiry-trcnstirer of the A.A.U., and .n charge of the tour, hems and naws and then speaks ot Jerry Thomson, the Te.van n-ho finisher! '.bird to Hagg and Greg Rice, the latter 35 yards behind the winner if the National A.A.U. MOO-me- :er. Ferris also nominated Roy Phillips of TufU, who finished second, to old Joe McCluskey in the 3000-meter steeplechase SUGGESTS HANDlCiU' IIACICS This brings Emil H. Von Elllng to the firing line. Von Elllng, veteran developer jf distance men at N.Y.U., sng- ;csts li'andicai) races. , "We haven't, a runner who can iiiake Hagg- extend himself in a icratch.racc," says Couch Von Ellin;;. : "Dodds miyhl at 1500 netcrs or (lossibly at two mile's. Ics MncMitchell and Dixon might nliilcllcs. MOKK NATURAL THAN NUitMI "llusg Is typical of the great itinners who have come here from the SraniJIii.ii'lnn [Jciilnsula, men like Paavo Niirml and Haniies Kolehmalncn, but h c runs more easily and naturally than either of them." . ilngg will ijnprave greatly over his initial appearance on Randalls Island, it was the way lie won from nice and the conditions under which lie ran that impressed experts, ffc was not acclimated, was undoubtedly affected by the Intense heat Hagjj will find California tracks more suitable. The climate, especially In San Francisco, should be better for him, But to create real competition for Giimlar Haggl they'll have to rim him in handicap races make him chase and run down rivals or else run men against hlii) in relays. The long-legged bloke is that good.-. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Kiioxvillo al Memphis. Nashville at Ulllc Hock. j Atlanta • at New Orleans. Chattanooga al Bii inlnghai" NATIONAL LKAUUE St. Louis at Cincinnati. Pittsburgh at Chicago. Philadelphia at Boston. New York at Brooklyn. AMERICAN LKAOUB Cleveland at Delioll. lioston at'Philadelphia. Chicago al St. Louis. Only games scheduled. The poppy seed is so tiny that Sn'Li"" 1 ", 1<ly colUal " as """V " s 30,000 seeds. i HANDT TO CARRY-US* TO USE Bf SURE -BE 5AF£ Set OWE Patch! ftimdar Itegg runs iiwuy and hides. have a chance at 1500 meters, but they and nil our other good men are in tne service. 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