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North Adams, Massachusetts
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THE NORTH ADAMS BVENINO TKANSCBIFT, SATURDAY, TONE M, I93J ELEVEN THE TRANSCRIPT SPORTING NEWS PAGE Incarnation Team Beats Italian A. C. Incarnation got back In Its stride on the home field in Blacklnton last evening, defeating the Italian A. C, by the score of 4 to 1. Joe Boklna turned la a fine performance on the hill for the victors, allowing three hits and fanning 11 men In the seven Inning contest. Incarnation won Uio game In the first inning when two runs crossed the plate. R. Wood got on as the result of an error and Mackcy singled. Bullett went out and R. Wood was caught trylr - to steal third but Bo- klna came Ui.-ough with a two bag- ger, scoring Mackcy and tallied himself on Clement's single. The Italian A. O. got Its run In the fifth on a pass, a batter hit and Mcruni's scratch hit. Incarnation made two more In the sixth when Bergeron singled with two out. A. Wood walked, K. Wood brought them both him with a long triple to right field. A one-handed catch by Gentile in left field was the fielding feature. He robbed Boklna of a double and prevented a couple of more runs for the home team. Haggerty also made a pretty catch in center. Ashley Wood has filled out the Incarnation lineup In two games.this week, getting a clean hit In each contest. Joe Scarpltto hurled well for the Italian nine but his teammates were not hitting behind him. The summary: Incarnation ab R. Wood, 2 4 Mackcy, 3 4 Bullett, s 2 Boklna, p 3 Clement, 1 3 Haggerty, cf > x 2 Lanoue, 1 — \ 3 Bergeron, c 3 A. Wood, r 2 h po 1 1 1 0 A. Wood, Rossi. Two-base hit, Bokina Three-base hit, R. Wood. Stolen base Accctto. Sacrifice, Gentile. Base on balls, 00 Boklna 2, off Scarpltto Struck out, by Boklna 11, by Scar pltto 4. Batters hit, M. Scurpitto, J Scarpltto. Umpires, Burns and Slat tery. Hoosao Valley Victor The Hoosac Valley A. C. won its third straight victory of the week fn the Twilight league series by trl umphlng over the Braytons, 8 to 5. a Braytonvllle last evening. A rally In the sixth inning gave the win to th Mother Town nine, five runs were se cured In this session. Dodge and Blanchetle did the hurl Ing for Hoosac Valley, while th homo team also used two huricrs Chesbro giving way to Slattery In thi sixth. McConnell's batting featured for the Braytons. He connected fo three hits. Dodge fanned 10 men The summary: lloosac Valley A. C Dubols, c 4 Bollltl, cf 3 Dean, ss 4 Vltalle. Ib 4 Javorskl, If 3 Qcorglni, 2b. 3b .. 3 Dodge, p, 3b 3 Blnnchctte, p, 2b .. 2 Fox, rf 3 ab r h po a e 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 12 1 2 2 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 2 Totals 29 8 9 21 4 Braytoni ab r h po » Boyer, cf 4 0 2 2 1 0 Jones, Ib 3 1 1 9 0 1 McConnell, 3b 4 1 3 2 2 0 Rock, c 1 Saulnlcr. rf 3 Rnmbo. 2b 3 1140 0100 00150 00230 26 7 21 3 21 If all an A. C. I ab h po a e| M. Bcarpltto, 3 2 o 1 0 01 Mcrllnl, 1 4 1 10 0 ll Luscia, s 4 0 1 3 0 Katz, cf 3 1 00 0 Qentile, 1 20200 Accetta, 2 3 0 0 3 1 Rossi, r 2 0 0 0 0 Cellana, c s 0 4 2 o J. Scarpltto, p 2 l o 3 o Estcs, ss 4 Spada, If' 31000 Chesbro, p 3 1 0 1 0 Slattery, p 0 0 0 0 0 Kennedy, rf 1 0 0 0 0 25 3 18 11 2 Incarnation 200002 —4 Italian A. C. ...... 000010 0—1 Runs, Mackey, Bokina, Bergeron, Totals 29 5 8 21 11 1 Hoosac Val. A. C. .. 0 0 2 1 0 5 0—0 Braytons 300200 0—5 Kennedy batted for Rambo In the seventh. Two base hits, Saulnler Javorskl, Homo run, Bollltl. Stolen bases, Pox, Boyer, Jones. Sacrifice hits, Jones. Base on balls, off Chesbro 5, off Slattery I, off Dodge 1 Struck out, by Chesbro 1, by Slattery 3, by Dodge 10. Double plays McConnell to Rnmbo. Batter hit Snutnlrr. Rock. Wild pilches, Chesbro. Umpire, McConnell. Time ot game, Ih. 35m. Williams Pair Captures Tennis Title in Doubles Ardsley-On-Hudson, N. Y., June 34.—(AJ?.)—Robert Kelleher and Al Hortop of Williams annexed the eastern intercollegiate doubles tennis champipnshlp at .the Ardslcy club yesterday afternoon by defeating S. Ellsworth Davenport and John F. Ray of Harvard, 6—3, 6-^4, 6—2, In the final. Davenport and Ray had gained the final-round earlier in the day by coming from behind In a playoff with Alan Swayzo and Donald Hartley of New York university, 8—8.3—f, 6—3, 7—6, 6-r-3. The match had been called off the previous night In the fourth set with the BCpre at 5 all. Horton and Kelleher appeared at their bsst In the final, with Kelleher supplying an unusually severe service and decisive overhead and Horlon supplementing his partner's efficient game with prodigious court covering ability and some sensational gets. Ray and Kelleher lost services early In the second set but the opening came on Davenport's in the ninth game. Kelleher-and. Horton ran off five games In a row to start the final set and were stopped only when they let down on the severe stroking running out on Horton's delivery In the eighth game. With Richard T. Murphy of Hamilton meeting Horton In the final of the singles tourney tomorrow afternoon, there Is a crutnce for Williams to overtake Harvard In the point scoring for this year, if Hoiton -wins. Harvard has 29 points, Williams 27, Hamilton 14, New York university 11 and Princeton 10. The winner tomorrow will receive five additional points. CARLOW HEADS ST. STANISLAUS Coach of Adams Team Will Also Serve as Man• ager for Rest of Season. "Zlg" Carlow, veteran Adams athlete, who has been successful as coach of the St. Stanislaus baseball nine this season, will also take over the duties of manager for the remainder of the season. Ho succeeds Frank Szetela, who has been forced to resign because ot other duties. Sictcla has handled the club's affairs most satisfactorily for the past few years. fflCARNATiON DINE SIGNS BBNVENUTI Itfle Benvenuti, all around star at Adams high, has been added to the Incarnation baseball club of Blackln- ton for the coming season. He will be used In an outfield position. Benvenuti completed his course at the Mother Town school this month, making an enviable record tn sports. He ha» held down an outfield position ori the nine for three years. Yesterday's Stars (Dji the Associated Press; Tony Cucclnello, Dodgers — Hit homo run with bases full In eighth to beat Pirates. Henry Johnson, Red Sox—Checked Detroit's ninth inning rally by fanning two men with bases loaded. Eppa Rlxcy, Reds—Held Giants to six hits for 2-1 victory. Dlb Williams, Athletics—Knocked In five runs against Indians with homer, double and single. Heinle Manush, Senators—Led attack on White Sox with homer and three singles. Fred Walker, Yankees—Rapped St. Louis pitching for triple, two doubles and three singles. Yesterday's Result* American Boston 3, Detroft 2. Washington 7, Chicago 3. Philadelphia 8, Cleveland 4. New York 10, St. LouU 6 (1st). St. Louis 5, New York 4 (2d>. National Cincinnati 2, New York 1. Brooklyn 5, Pittsburgh 4. Philadelphia 9, St. Louis 4. Others not scheduled. EVERY LITTLE bit added to wbat you've got makes Just a little bit irore reason for reading the classified ads regularly. and Woolsey in "Dlplomaniac*" at Ik* Richmond Sund»v CASZONERI LOSES HIS TITLE TO ROSS Young Jewish Fighter is New Lightweight Boxing Champion of World. <By William Wcekcs—Associated Rress SpoNs Writer) Chicago, June 24—<A.P.)—Barney Ross—born Bernard Rossofsky 22 .years atio—has ended the rule of Tony Canzoneri, one of boxing's grandest champions, over the world's lightweights. Only three years away from amateur and golden gloves triumphs, the Jewish youth from Chicago's ghetto, last night worked out just enough of a margin over the New York Italian after ten rounds of bitter, vicious fighting, to win the 135 pound title. The light was so close that Referee Tommy Ollmore called it a draw. However, the judges, Edward Hlntz and William A. Batlye. figured that Boss' edge was enough to take the title away from Canzoneri. The disappointingly small crowd of 11,204 spectators expressed very difl- nlte disapproval of the verdict, but Inter cheered the home boy who had upset the lighter who has been characterized as the best In the world, pound for pound. After an experimental first round, Canzonerl, making Ross fight almost as he wished, went right out after a knockout. He battered the young Chlcagoan about with stinging rights to the head and Jaw, but could not make him hold still for a knockout punch. Boss, however, was following instructions, and even when tempted to slug with the grinning, bobbing titleholdcr, refrained until the seventh round. By that time Canzoneri had built up » respectable lead. •"==• Apparently figuring that Ross was as tired as himself, and that his lead would stand, the champion started to coast. Ross was on him like a hawk, firing steaming left hooks Into his face and scoring with his right. Canzoneri, tiring, but still cunning, attempted to slow Ross down in the eighth by tlelng him up after brief exchanges, only to have the youngster pile In with both hands, outscore him and make him miss. Inspired by his success In the seventh, eighth and ninth, Ross let go with everything In the final stand. Canzoneri almost matched him, but was lust short of gaining an even break. Champion Drary Baseball Nine Back row, left to right, Manager Hadlcy, Millls, Marchlo. Burns, Gentile, Gcnest. Middle row, Oilman, O'Nell, Abusi, Coacli Hosley. Front row, Morocco, Therrlen, Capt. Taft, McConnell, O'Brien. DruryNine Cops Honors With Excellent Record WASHINGTON CLUB COPS FIRST PLACE Passes Yankees After Long Drive for Top Position in Standing. (By Hugh S. Pullerton, Jr., Associated Press ports Writer) The Washington Senators, driving almost without Interruption toward the American 1 league lead for two weeks, finally have attained Dielr goal. And present Indications are that It will be quite a Job to dislodge them, The Senators stepped into Indls- putcd possession of first place yesterday by beating the Chicago White Box 7 to 3 while the New York Yankees, after hammering out a 10-6 victory over the St. Louis Browns In the first game of a doubleheader, tost the second, 5-4 to drop a halt game behind. Washington now has pounrted out leven victories In 12 starts, has rolled up totals of 179 hits and 112 runs, never has dropped below ten hits to the game nnd only once has fallen jelow seven runs. Yesterday's tri- mph was just another of the same sort. Al Thomas gave only six hits before he was lifted in the eighth while his former roommate and close friend, Ted Lyons gave up 16, six of them by the pace setting swatters, Heinle Manush and Joe Cronin. The Yanks again ran Into the painful combination of weak pitch- ng and fielding. Neither Herb Pen- jock nor Charley Buffing could go ,he route and two errors helped give Jic Browns three runs in the eighth _nd the decision in the second game. A six run outburst In the third and Babe Ruth's 16th homer were enough to win the opener. The Philadelphia Athletics, with Dib Williams and Eric McNalr act- ng like a whole ball team, placed hemselves only a half game behind he third place Cleveland club by walloping the Indians 8-4. Williams and McNalr hit a homer apiece and drove in all ,the team's runs. The Boston Red Sox made It three out >f four against Detroit by bunching ,helr hits nlcely-off Schoolboy Rowe o win 3-2. • The second division clubs took all he "play" In the National league, eavlng the standing of the leaders unchanged. Home runs by Ernie, Lombard! and Sparky Adams and i Eppa Rlxey's six hit pitching enabled ; he Cincinnati Reds to break a five i !ame losing streak with a 2-1 victory wer the league leading New York Giants, The last place Phillies assaulted Dlziy Dean for eight runs in the Ighth and defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 9 to 4 for their sixth straight triumph. Brooklyn's Dodgers finally solved Larry French's southpaw delivery In the eighth and put! on a five run rally, topped by Tony Cucclnello's homer with the bases ull. and best Pittsburgh for the second time S-4. Boston and Chicago had a day off. . League Standing* American W L P.O. Washington 38 23 .623 New York 38- 24 .613 Cleveland 33 30 .524 Phlladclphl i 30 28 ..517 Chicago 31 31 .500 Detroit 30 33 .476 Boston 25 38 ' .397 St, Louis 23 41 .359 Nniionul W L P.O. New York 36 22 .621 31. Louta 38 K .590 Htshureh 33 28 .532 Chicago— 33 »» .500 Brooklyn 27 31 .466 Cincinnati 2ft 34 .460 Boston 28 34 .453 W • W - Ml The Drury baseball nine not only won the Northern Berkshire championship this past season but one ol the best records of recent years was complied and there Is litllc doubt but that the local school boasted of tho strongest nine in the entire county. Lee high won the southern pennant and for a time there was talk of a post season series with Drury for the Berkshire title. The games did not materialize, however, which fact left the championship question somewhat In the air although the fact that LCD was twice beaten by Dalton. which school in turn lost two games to Drury, shows the comjara- tlvo strength of the rivals. Drury completed Its schedule ot 11 Close Contest Provided Pittsfield, However, in Game Down the County. The local American Legion team, which Is competing In the national tourney, went to Piltsfteld last evening and met defeat before the team in that city by the score of 5 to 4. Despite the setback, the lads j Moore, p from this city showed up well and games with only one defeat, losing a return same to Adams after the latter school had been beaten in this city. The local nine twice trimmed Plttsfleld, wllliamstown, Dalton and Bennlngton and won the single game played with St. Joseph's. By graduation Drury lost the services of Burns. Millls and Taft, three valuable members of the nine but a promising nucleus of veterans next year In Gentile, Therrlen, Marchio, Gcnest, O'Nell, Morocco and Abusl, in addition to a couple of players who were members of the nine a year ago who did not compete this past season. The winning nine turned out this season was the second developed by Coach Dave Hosley In the last few years, thc'other one being in 1930. Goodrich, 3 4 Botczzc, p 2 Savage. 1 '...., 3 Hcnnelly, 2 3 Marcy, 2 0 Spanoll, ss 2 Sharkey, r 2 Carey,c "..... 2 2 0 26 5, 21 5 1 North Adams ah h po a e Maloney, 1 3 1 1 0 0 Law, 2 4 0 3 1 0 Oilman, 3 2 0 I 1 1 Kelly, 1 3 1 f^O 0 Sears, r 3 1 0 0 0 Talarico, s 2 o 0 3-2 West, cf 1 0 0 0 0 Thomas, cf 2 0 0 0 0 Patryn, c 3 1 8 3 0 3 I 0 2 they to be a contender In the Berkshire playoff. They rallied in the seventh Inning and scored four runs after appearing to be out of the running altogether. Tommy Moore of St. Joseph's high pitched for the local nine and held the- Pittsfield aggregation to five hits. The home team secured the winning run when a. North Adams outfielder, playing without spikes, fell In going after a fly. Botezze hurled for the winners. Both teams played well in the field. Kelly stalled the rally in the seventh with a single nnd stole second. Talarico walked and Patryn hit safely, filling the bases. Mnloney drove out a timely double. Law was sale on an error, Patryn scoring. Maloney was caught at the plate. The Pittsfield team took the field In new uniforms. A large crowd was on hand to see the contest. The summary: rUlsflclrf ah h po a e Ferry, 1 4 1 0 0 0 Elger, cf 4 0 1 0 0; Pitlsfiold North Adams 25 5 M9 10 3 001030 1—5 000000 4—4 Runs, Perry 2, Elger 2, Goodrich, Kelly. Sears, Talarico, Patryn. Two- base hits, Goodrich 2, Carey, Perry, Mahoney. Stolen bases, Perry, Elger, Spanoll, Sharkey, Kelly. Left on bases Pillsflcld 4, North Adams 4. Base on balls, off Eolezzc 3, off Moore 4, Struck out, by Botezze 12, by Moore 8. Wild pitch, Botezze. Passed ball, Patryn. Umpires, Coulter and St. James. •One out when winning rim scored. To Make Own Auto Tags Columbus, Miss,, June 24—(A.P.)— For the first time automobile license plates for Mississippi motorists are to be mnde in the state. A Columbus LETTERS GIVEN Members of Baseball and Track Teams Honored at Local High School. Baseball and track letters were awarded at Dniry high school yesterday, ten members of the former learn and seven of the latter being honored. Trie lists follow: Baseball—Capt. Taft. Manager Hadlcy, Burns, Millis, Morocco, Geneit, Gentile, O'Neil, Abusi and ThClTiCIl. Track—Capt. C. Cameron, Manager Windrow, Chenail, Kately, Innes, Trudeau and Ryan. ANOTHER VICTORY :; WONBYHOOSIERS The Hooslers won their firth straight vic/tory by dcfcatlsig the Yanks 13-0. 8. Gamari allowed two hits for four innings and Noel allowed one hit for the last lliree. Rand featured for the Hooslers with a home run and two doubles while S. Oamarl_ and Ryan also socked homers 'for the winners. The score by Innings: Hooslers 1057114—19 15 9 Yanks 0000000—0 3 3 Batteries—Hooslers, S. Gamari, p; Noel, p; J. Boschctt) c. Yanks: Bos- 0 chettl, p; Robare, p; Nelson, c. Fights Last Night Illy the Associated Fres*) Chicago.—Barney .Ross, Chicago, outpointed Tony Cnnzoneri, New York, (10), won world lightweight championship; Johnny. Pena, New York, outpointed Nick Scalba, Chicago, (6); Vincent Sered.. New York, stopped Al Sabano, Minneapolis, (5); Gcorgie Turner, Chicago, outpoint- ed Oren Miller, Chicago, (4); Davy Day, Chicago, outpointed Izzy Lu- banskv. Chicago, (4). • Duluth, Minn.—Angelo Pugilist, Duluth, outpointed Tommy Doyle, Syracuse, (6); Rudle Offdt. St. Paul, outpointed Vic Fertile, Ironwood, Mich.. (4); Billy McEwen. Duluth, and Joe While, St. Paul, drew, (4); firm has been awarded the contract | Marty Teller, Hlbbing. Miiin.. knock- for stamping the 1934 plates, which jcd out George Berger. Duluth. (2); will have a black background with jBillyRognn,Duluth,oulpoteted Sam- while numerals. my Levine, Minneapolis, (4). To Play Against England In Ryder Cup Matches Baseball Contests Booked Tomorrow The Newark Professionals will be the opponent of the Incarnation nine at Blacklnton tomorrow and the largest crowd of the season Is expected to attend the contest. The west endcrs have met their first two defeats of the season this past week but they are determined to take brace and start a new winning streak with tomorrow's game. Sliino McDonald is expected to do the mound work for the home team. The lineups will probably be as follows: Newark Pros.—Hoch, Ib; Harder, 3b; Taylor, ss; Ocllerman, rf; Murphy, cf; Gcarpowl, If; folk, c; Mecca, 2b; Batson, Rogers < Sauer, p. Incarnation—Wood, cf; Mackcy, 3b; Hawthorne, 2b; Boklna, rf; Bullett. ss; Gorman, Ib; Lanoue, II; Taylor, c; McDonald, p. Italian A. C. Plays Ths Italian A. C. offers an attraction on State street tomorrow afternoon, meeting the Great Barrlngton A. C., which boasts of a good record In Southern Berkshire this season. The local club takes the field after a lapse of two weeks in its Sunday attractions and looks forward to a good sized crowd. Jimmy Dempsey will probably be on the bill with either Cellana or Benvenuti behind the bat. The Italian nine has met with a couple of reverses this past, week, but It hopes to got going again In the coming game. Contest at Wlllltunsiown The Plttsfield F. M. T. A. wilj be the opponent of the WilVamstown Independents In the lattcr's weekly Sunday game at the college town tomorrow. The visitors arc led by Tim Ryan, former Holy Cross catcher who was Owen Carroll's battery mate at college. The Independents will present one of their strongest lineup or the year with cither Qulnn or Wells on the firing line. Joe Lankln, Williams college shortstop, Is now with the college town team. Derbys Play Illldtdn The Hillsides of Adams, who were thrown out of a game when the Mar- nons of Chlcopco called off their meeting, have booked the Derbys ot this city for an opponent at the Flslc Street field tomorrow. These two clubs engaged In an interesting scries a year ago. The Hillsides will present their strongest lineup of the season for the fray, OwczarskI and Hayer both planning to return to th« team. Oiiimet will probably pitch for the home team and Tworlg for the Derbys. The Hillsides have met bub one defeat this season. Midget Wolgast to Meet Marty Gold in Main Bout Midget Wolgast, claimant to the world's flyweight championship, who boxed twice before large crowds at Meadowbrook arena two years ago, is expected to attract the largest attendance of the year when he clashes with Marty Gold of Philadelphia n the main bout of 10 rounds at the ocal club next week Thursday even- Ing. In Gold, everything points to Wol- ;ast meeting an opponent who will nake him step along In lively fash- on. Gold has ben I en such boys at e Degrosse, Prenchle Belanger. Stan Roccl, Prankie Genero, Al Bricn and Micky Cohen. He Is rated as one of the outstanding contenders for Wolgast's title. The remainder of the bill for Thursday night will consist of one eight, two sixes and a four. In the semi final, Hookey Jackson, who knocked out Verne Merriland of Bennlngton In short order at the second show, will meet K. O. Casper of Burlington. Al Gauthier of Ludlow meets Young Beaupre of Burlington and Tom Lavlcro of Bristol opposes Johnny Hanlon of the Savoy reforestation camp in the six rounders while the curtain raiser will bring together Basil Caslln of Bennington and Lou Duverney of this city. GREYLOCK WINNER OVER SAND SPRINGS Th» Oreylock Hustlers chalked up :helr 6th straight victory by beating 5«nd Springs Seals 7 to 6. Auger and flsk led their respective teams in lattlng. each collecting two hits, Muldowncy fanned 10. The summary: Grtylock lluatlen • ab h po K«l!ey, cf 2 West, cf 1 St. Dennis, 2 3 p 3 Law, ss I 'atryn, c 3 Auger, 1 3 Rlsattl, 1 3 Wilson, 3 2 a e 000 0000 0200 1030 0120 1 10 1 I 2000 1800 0022 Beaudrcau, r 3 1 0 0 0 24 6 21 83 Sand Sprints Seals ab h po a e Beverly, c, p 3 1 2 1 0 Jennls, r 2 '•ranz, 1 3 1000 0700 Fisk, s 3 2 0 looney, cf 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 I 1 BOOK KENTUCKY COLONELS HERE Manager John Puppulo has book* ed a good attraction for the local baseball fans at the State street field for next Wednesday^ evening when the Kentucky Colonels will appear. It will be the latter's first visit to the Berkshire^ but they make the trip well recommended. The Colonels sport Van Dyke beards and their uniforms consist of overalls, according to reports. League Leaders Busby, 2 3 Karasek, 3 2 0 0 3 1 ItfcLane, If 2 1 3 0 0 Smith. I 1 0 2 0 0 Walker, r 1 Burke, c 2 0000 0410 24 7 IS 6 5 G. H. 201031 0—7 S. S. S .320010 0—6 Runs. St. Dennis 2, Muldowney 3, Auger, Law, •Donnla 3, Flsk 2, Mc- Lanc. Two-base hit, Rooney. Stolen bases, Muldowney, Rooney 2. Sacrifice hits, Law. Muldowney. Base on balls, off Muldowney 1, off Beverly 1. Struck out by Muldowney 10, by Beverly 4, by Walker 2. Umpires, W. Rogers and Parker. Games Today \ American New York at St. Louis. Boston, at, Detroit. Washington at Chicago. Philadelphia at Cleveland. National < Cincinnati at New York. Pittsburgh Rt Brooklyn. St. Louis at Philadelphia (2). Chicago at Boston. (By the Associaled Pre>3> (Including yesterday's games) National League Batting—Klein, Phillies, .363; Davis, Phillies, .350. Runs—Martin, Cardinals, 64; Bartell, Phillies, 44. •Runs batted In—Klein, Phillies, 56; Bottomley, Reds, 44. Hits—Pullls, Phillies, 95; Klein, Phillies, 94. Doubles—Klein, Phillies, 21; Med- wlck, Cardinals, 20. Triples—Martin, Cardinals, 8; P. Waner and Suhr, Pirates, 7. Home runs—Klein, Phillies, 13; Berger, Braves, 12. Stolen bases—Frisch and Martin, Cardinals, 3. Pitching — Hallahan, Cardinals, 9-2; Carleton, Cardinals, and Cantn well, Braves. 9-3. American League Batting—Simmons, White Sox, J6&; Manush, Senators, .354. Runs—Gehrlg, Yankees. 61; Foxx, Athletics and Manush, Senators, 52. Runs batted In—Gehrig, Yankees, 63; Simmons, White Sox, 57. Hits—Manush, Senators, 99; Simmons. White Sox, 93. Doubles—Cronin, Senators. 22; Gehrlg. Yankees, Sewell. Senators, Burns, Browns snd Averill, Indians. 20. Triples—Combs, Yankees, 10; Manush, Senators, 1. Home runs—Gehrlg, Yankees, 17; Ruth, Yankees, 16. Stolen bases—Walker, Tigers, 14; Chapman. Yankees, 10. Pitching — Hlldebrand, Indians, Crowder, Senators and Morberry, Tigers, 10-4. (Associated Press Phcto) Tho American Ryder cup learn, a squad of 10 crack professional golfers led by Waller Hogen, will play Adorable 1 against Orcal Britain's picked pros In the International series, at Southport, England, Juno 26-37.1 tI«r.-_-« nut mmnhorit r>f th» AmArlnan I»m. • with Janet Gaynor and Henry Carat, at tk» Paramount Sunday

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