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North Adams, Massachusetts
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THE NORTH ADAMS BTENINO TRANSCRIPT. THURSDAY, JUNE It, IMS PAOB SEVENTEEN THE TRANSCRIPT SPORTING NEWS PAGE Kentucky Colonels Trim Italian Team The Kentucky colonels succeeded h vanquishing the Italian A. O, by the score oM to 2 In a twilight game which required one extra Inning at the State Street Held last evening. < The novelty attraction drew a fair sized crowd but the •warm weather seemed to affect the players aa the contest w*4 not an especially lively tfflalr. ' Tha Italian nln» lost a chance to win out In the last o! the seventh. The team "was trailing by one run when It came In to bat and Merlinl led off with a single. The next man popped out but Katz bounced a hot one off Ray's shins for three bases, the ball rolling almost out of the park. Mcillni scored and the home team had a man on third with one out. An attempt to work the squeeze faired and the next two men went y out leaving the score tied. The Colonels proceeded to chase two runs home la the eighth, a hit and a pass being followed by a triple by Gray. The tatter's hit should haro been a single but slow fielding permitted him to reach third while two runs scored. The Italian nine went out In order In ita tail of the eighth. Katz hurled for the Italian nine and held-the visitors to seven him. These blngle* were bunched with passes for the runs scored. Katz led his team at the bat with a triple and two singles. The Italian nine out- hit the Colonel*, getting nine safe swats, i The Colonels laid aside their straw hats when the game started and, after one- Inning, they also dispensed with their overalls. The weather being what It was, nobody could blame Ihe team for not caring to play with* two pairs of panU. The Italian A. O. will play the Georgia Chain Gang, another novelty team. In a double header at the State Street field on the afternoon of July Fourth. The summary: Kentucky Colonel* ab h po a • Gray, t 4 1 1 2 0 Bailey, cf 4 0 2 2 1 Fred'ger, 1 3 111 1 0 Ray, 2 . * a 0 2 0 Klinger,' 1 4 0 3 0 1 KoKeawn.r 4 2 0 0 0 Brown, c 1 1 7 2 0 Rose, p S 1 0 2 0 Jones, 3 0 0000 21 7 24 11 2 Italian A. C. ab h po a e M. Scarpltto, 2 .4 3 4 0 0 Merllni, 1 3 1 4 0 0 J. Scarpitto, 3 3 0 1 0 0 Morln, r 1 0 2 1 0 Katz, p 4 3 02 0 Gentile, 1 4 2 4 0 0 Luscia, s 3 0 2 1 0 Taft.r 1 0 2 0 0 Rossi, cf 3 0 0 0 0 Accetta, cf 3 0 o o 0 Benvenutti, c 4 0 4 2 0 Cellana, r 1 0 l 0 0 Battering Baer —By Pap 39 8 24 6 2 Colonels 0 20 0 0 0 0 2—4 Italian A. C 1000001 0—2 Runs, McKeown 2, Brown 2, M. Searpltto, Merllnl. Two-base hits, McKeown, Three-base lilts, Rose, Katz, Gray. Sacrifice, Bailey. Ba« on balls, off Rose 2, off Kate 8. Struck out by Rose 8, by Katz S. Wild pitch, Katz. Umpire, Pox. Ted Turner Ties for Lead In First Day of State Open Belmonti June 20 —(A.P.)— The professional contingent In the Mass- achueatti open golf championship made a. flying start for Francis Oul- mel's undefended title yesterday In the opening round of the 72-hole medal play at Belmont Spring. After the field of 106 wont over the layout, threo professionals, Ted Turner of *. North Adams, George Eastern of Warwick, R. I., and Henry Bontempo of Springfield, were deadlocked for the lead with 70 cards. Tom Mahan of Feverly was alone In the 72-bracket and five more pros were tied with 73's, Jim Shepherd of Presidential, Jack Ourley of Stohey Brae, Joa" Pezzullo of West Warwick, R.'t, Dave'Hackey ol Vesper and George-MacLeod of the home club. Jesse' Oollford, one of the few amateurs"60 win this tourney, which In former* years drew a large delegation of prominent' metropolitan professionals, was In the 74 group, with Bob Orowley of Norfolk, who led the New Enalanff contestant* In. the recent national-open at Chicago,, and Jimmy Young of South Uadley. Three ?*nore amateur threats, Bill Blanejr and jSmory Stratum of Brae Bum, eat Billy .McPhail of Norfolk stayed In the'running by carding 75'*, A which was equaled by Arthur Johnson of Weston and Alex Simpson of Springfield. The field will play the second round today and the low 32 players will be admitted Into tomorrow's final SB-hole play. The trio of 70s was on the board by the time the first In the field had completed their rounds. Scoring conditions were just about perfect, with no wind, the fairways well dried and the greens lately watered. Turner, playing the first nine holes In 33, the best of toe:day, took 37 coming back. Turner opened fire with an eagle three at the first hole, and followed with four more three's on that nine. Coming back he had eight fours and a single five. The North Adams pro was the first of the field to post his 70. Bontempo was next. Thr Francon- la pro played his first nl.ifl iij 36 and then turned around for a 34. He stuck close to par all the way, with now and then a birdie. Young had a pair of 37s for his. 74 and Simpson; scored 36 on the second nine after turning in 39. White, the other I Western Massachusetts low scorer, was 37-39—76. Young stood 16th last night, Simpson 21st. Cards of the leaders and other best 18-hole scores: Ted Turner, North Adams: Out 343S34S3 3—33 In 444S444 4 4—37—70 George Enston, W. Warwick, R. I: Out 434S4444 3—35 OOV/W is JUST A6OUT THE 6B3T OP rtfi*f/YWSieMT FK5MTWS IN SCHMEUMG WAS SLOW AtJO VAY OFF FORM 11 «uRp«fseo eve«Tt3*jff W?M A FWE LSFT. *U R1HU Imr &: WILLIAMS GOLF STAR DEFEATED St. Clair Eliminated in Match Play at v Intercollegiate Title Event. Local American Legion Nine Overwhelms Dalton In 43444525 4—36—70 Henry Bontempo, Fr&nconla: Out. 43444544 4—36 In 44354433 4—34—70 Tom Mahan, United Shoe 39-36—72 Jack-Curley, Stoney Brae 35-38—73 Dave Hackney, Vesper .... 38-35—73 Qeorge MacLeod, Belmont 39-34—73 Jim Sheppard, Presidential 34-39—73 Jesse Ouilford, Woodland 38-38—7 Bob Crowley, Norfolk .... 37-37—' James Young, Orchards 37-37—7 Fights Last Night (TtV thi ittootatei 1'reii) Hartford, Conn.—Jimmy Leto Tampa, Ha., outpointed Herman Perllck, Kalamazoo, Mich., (10); Jo Rossi, New York, outpointed Jerr; Kmard, Holyoke, Mass. • ' • Montreal.—Billy Townsend, Van couvcr, knocked out Stanislaus Lo nyza. Chile, (2). Champion Puzzler DOWN 1. County la Idaho 4. Ltrgt »orpent 7. Fall Int li. Cut «t!d« 14. Somlpr«elaui • tone K. Literary compultloo 18. Neither animal nor v«g«Ubj> It. •Writ* It. Rodenu ' 20. Devoured , 2U Incision 11. Quott 2& German river SC Meai 15. Male children 2«. Ball alia- ' fereveU ». Folk. M. Screened from the Ilfht It, Tablet M. Aotul It In th» direction oj If. Oenui of the map)* tree tl. Mental facultlo IS.. Children'* ffftme 11. Bo.u*!ltr Solution of Yesterday'* Pit: 40. Chart* (L Alcoholic liquor It. Rubier* <l Give the lie to 41. Baftgerllke Animal <7, Funny 49. Horse 50. Damn 61. Wooden Din DOWN 1^ JUnerloan humorist 3. Altercation 3. Item of oronerty 4. Arm of the see. 6. Alternative 6. Leta In 7. Narrow road 5. Grow old B. Uarohed 10. Aigert 1J. Fish«r for gels 11. Is «l!« 17. Frozen water l». Dig from lh« earth 21. Head covtrlng 21, lAcktng heat 28. Egg-ihapea It. Boi sclent!- • dolly . W. Fencci sunk below th* lint of vision it, Ma nag* 29. Adjusts 30. Bunllngllk* fabric. 31. Canln* 31. Tool for CUL- ting wool wlUi th' 15. Oopiers S6. Unit or weight 17. Arm*) sirlt* J8. Flower ' 40. Seore at plnochl* 41. Thing 41. Perceive wltfc the eyes 44. Czcept <£ Hr«.?» "I /O 31 34 Wllltamsville, N. Y., June 29.—(A. P.)—Three of the heavy pretourna- ment favorites advanced to the quarter-final round of the 31th national Intercollegiate golf tournament yesterday while two others fell by the wayside In the double 18- hole test of the first and second rounds. Of the 32 qualifiers who took the field yesterday morning to compete for the title vacated by Johnny Fischer of Michigan when his doctor ordered him to stop play because of an Injured side, only eight were left last night. Outstanding among'the survivors was Walter Emery, slender University of Oklahoma youngster, who provided ohe of th'e biggest Upsets 'of the morning round by sending Johnny Banks of Notre Dame, comedallst, down to a 3 and 2 defeat and then went out In the afternoon and defeated Oliver Transue of Yale, S and 3. Charles Yates of Georgia Tech, who holds the Georgia state championship, walked away with second honors of the day as he first submerged Ed.Dayton of Michigan under a flock of birdies to win 7 and 8, then took things a little easier in the afternoon, beating "Dick" Snider of Texas, 4 and 3. The other survivors were "Hank' Kownl of Colgate, Wilson Marks of Princeton,"conq'uorb'r oY the Yftle ace, Sidney B. Noj'cs, Jr., Bob dochran of St. Louis, Vincent Fehllg of Notre Dame, S. T. Birch of Dartmouth.and Rodney Bliss of Cornell. Two of the major casualties wer« Noyes and his teammate, Law Weatherwax of Albany. Another state champion, Rodney Bliss of Omaha, Neb., who captains the Cornell team and holds the Nebraska state championship, moved easily through the day's play and landed safely In the favored eight. In the morning he disposed of John Brewer of Lafayette. 3 and 2, and then eliminated Ed White of Texas in the-second round by n 4 i\nt! 2 score. White best J, D. St. Clair of Williams in the first round. READSBORO™ BEATS STAMFORD The local American Legion nln«. which is competing In the national Junior tourney again this season, do feated Dalton by the score of 21 to 11 In a free scoring game at Dalton last evening. It was the second start In the county series for the winners. In the previous game, » defeat was met at Plttsfleld. The local team plays Lee at the State street field Sunday afternoon. A total of 15 hits was chalked up by the local team In grabbing the victory at Dalton. These blngles were bunched with excellent results. Three opposing pitchers were pound ed during the course of the tussle. Kelly got four hits and,Oilman three for the victors. Tallarlco clouted a home run and Mahoney .got a triple and a single. Tommy Moore, St. Joseph's high twlrler, worked on the hill for the local team and turned back Dalton 'with seven hfts despite the fact that 11 tuhs were scored against him. Four passes and three errors helped the'home team swell Its total. The team from this city clinched the victory early In the game, lead- Ing by the score of 10 to 0 after batting three times. The Dalton team was unable to make much/of a dent In this advantage as the contest progressed. The summary: North Adanu ab h po a e Mahoney,] 5 2000 Law, 2 < 2 3 i o Oilman, 3 8 3 2-2*1 Kelly, 1 5 4 6 j o Bears, r 4 o 2 1.0 Tallarlco,» 4 1 0 3 2 Thomas, cf 3 1 1 0 0 Pfttryn, c S 1 5 3 0 Moore, p 4 1 2 0 0 Dalton 40 15 21 11 3 Sullivan, 2 2 ab h po Miles, 1 Griffin, 3 ... Fraley, s, p Reynolds, c . W'sp'K, ci .. Murphy, 1 Blanchard, p Polly, p o White, r o L'ch'ce, 2 i North Adams , 23 7 21 154340 4 1 -21 Dalton , 004500 2—11 Runs, Mahoney 3, Law 2, Oilman 3, Kelly, Tallarlco 2, Thomas 2, Patryn 3, Moore 8, Sullivan, Miles, Qrlffln 2, Murphy 2, Blanchard, White, Reynold*, Tnlty 2. Three base hits, Ma- Title Battle Returns To Be Heard at Arena Returns from the Sharkey-Oar- nera heavyweight championship fight at New York City will be announced at the Meadowbrook Arena tonight between the rounds of the main bout through the courtesy of the Transcript, which will relay the Associated Press' account of the battle. REPLY PRESENTED BY 'WALLY' YOUNG Local Runner Sends Communication Regarding Challenge From Adams. The Transcript has received communications from Meclslaus DunaJ of Adams and Wally Young of this city, regarding & recent challenge 15- sued for a race. Mr. Dunaj writes as follows: To the Readers of the North Adams Transcript:— According to Tuesd.«v night's paper a challenge was Issued to Wally Young, a noted, well known and experienced long distance Northern Berkshire runner, by Meclsl&us Dunaj. For the last two years I have participated in the field day meets and each year Wally Young had something to say about not running. I am only too willing to run against him for It will be a great experience for me. If he wishes to enter the meet which is to be held ns a benefit of the Knights of Columbus July 4lh, I, M. R. Dunaj, am willing to run against him In any race which tie 'desires to compete. I may not be good enough for him, but I am ready to do my best. I didn't wish to offer the .Idea of challenging Wally Young. I only am willing to run if he Is wining to enler any of the races to be held July 4th. I thank you kindly for the space. Meclslaus R. Dunaj. Wally Young sent the following reply, to the challenge recently Issued In Dunaj's behalf: Answer to cnailcngc Issued by Mecislaus Dunaj of Adams to the writer: In the first place I have never received any notification of any such event being held. Secondly, Dunaj doesn't want to forget Ihe fact that I have been doing little or no running for the past four years. Thirdly, who Dunaj that can issue a challenge, did he ever create any records of distinction, furthermore, for what supremacy in running Is he striving? I am not and never have been a short distance man but given time to train and a chance to set a date for a match, which, by the way, Is against A. A. U, ruling, 1 firmly believe 1 can show Dunaj or any other track star In Adams a clean pair of heels in ,ny distance from three miles to 10. So, the outstanding feature In the track meet to be held by the K. of C. 4th July will have to, as far as I am concerned, ba cancelled. Furthermore [ believe It was this same K. of C. holding a meet. In Adams a couple of yearsiago, that refused to let mo and a few other boys from Co, K compete on the grounds that we were Wolgast Faces Gold In Arena Main Bout The largest crowd of the season is expected at Meadowbrook Arena this evening when the North Adams A. A. offers Midget Wolgast, who claims the world's flyweight championship, and Marty Gold of Philadelphia In the main bout of 10 round! at their boxing show. Wolgast gave the Berkshire fans quite, a thrill with his speed and cleverness at the Arena on a couple of occasions two years ago and he Is still going strong. In Gold he will face an opponent who is likely to make him step along from start to finish. The Philadelphia boy is regarded as one of the leading contenders In his class and he has chalked up victories over a number of strong foes. Tho semi final will bring together K. D. Casper of Burlington and Hookey Jackson of Westerly, R, I, This bout Is slated for eight rounds but it will surprise nobody if a knockout comes in one of the early session*. Both principals pack haymakers and they have shown to advantage at previous shows this year. Two six-rounders are on the card, Young Beaupre of Burlington, who has made an excellent Impression with the fans in two previous battles this year, opposing Al Gauthier of Ludlow while Johnny Hanlon of the Savoy reforestation camp stacks up against Tony Lavlero of Bristol. The four round curtain raiser brings together Lew Duvernsy of this city and Basil Caslin of Benr.tngton. Briggsville and Saints Take League Victories Briggsville copped another victory In the Northern Berkshire Twilight league last evening, defeating the Braytons by the score of 11 to 4 at Braytonville. The winners have been coming with a rush during the past two weeks and they continued their spurt against the west enders. Don Hicks pitched for Briggsville and held the Braytons to six hits. The north enders clouted 15 blngles off two opposing pitchers. Mlllis of the Drury nine played his first game with Briggsville and smashed out a home run and a triple. Crofts also got a home run while Hicks hit safely three times. Jones led the home team at bat. Briggsville got away to a (lying start with four runs In the first Inning. The summary: ab Tisdale. « ............ 3 Patashnick, cf ....... 3 Gonyea, 3 ............ 4 Crorts. c ............. 2 Daly. 2 .............. 4 h po 1 2 (Hicks, p 4 3 Martin, 1 3 1 Clark, r 1 0 Maxwell, r 3 0 McDonald, 1 2 1 Mlllis, 1 2 2 31 13 21 Bntytonn an Jones, 1 S Buchanan, 1 2 Spada, 1 2 McConnell, 3 2 Rock, cf 2 Saulnler, c 3 Rambo, 2 3 Kennedy, r 3 Southgate, s 3 Duda, p 2 Chesbro, p — 1 Briggsville . Braytons .. h po a e 34 6 21 11 2 400121 3—11 0020110—4 Reynolds. Left on bases. North Adama 7, Dalton 3. Base on balls, oft Moore 4, off Polly 3, off Blanchard 1, off Frnley 2. Hits, off Polly S In 2 2-3 Innings, off Blanchard 5 In 2 1-3 InnlnKe, off Fraley 6 in 2 Innings. Hit by pitcher, by Moore (White) by Fraley (Sears). Struck out, by Moore 3, by Polly 2, by Fraley 1. Wild pitch, Moore. Losing pitcher, Polly. Umpires, P. Murray and W. Glendon. Time, 2h. 8m. TWILIGHT LEAGUE TUSSLES TONIGHT Readsboro defeated the Stamford A. C. by the score of 8 to-7. It was a tough game for Blade, the Stamford hurler, to lose, as he fanned 16 men and allowed but seven hits. Errors behind him were costly. The .ummary: Readsboro v nb r h po a Allan, 3b 4 1 0 3 0 Gardener, ss 3 1 1 1 2 R. Vanessa, r> 4 1122 C. Vanossn, c 4 2 2 8 0 !. Bird, Ib........3 01 8 0 Verage, If 3 0 0 0 1 E. Bird, cf 3 1 0 2 0 Russell, rf 3 1 1 3 0 Smith, p- 3 1 1 0 1 Total 30 8 Stamford 7 27 8 3 sb r h po a H. Brown, c 4 1 2 16 2 Dunn. Ib 4 1 2 7 0 Trombley, s 40001 W. Brown 4 I 3 0 1 rhompson, '~ 4 0*11 0 Caron, rf 3 1 1 0 0 Tlnney, If 4 0 I 1 1 Williams, cf 4 1 0 2 0 Slade, p 4 2 2 o 2 Total 35 7 12 27 7 S Readsboro ....31000003 1—8 Stamford '.20020102 0—7 Two base hits, W. Brown. .Three base hits, W. Brown, C. Vanessa. Stolen bases, H. Brown, Slade; Dunn, O. 'anoasa. Gardener, Smith. Base on balk, off Slade, 1, off Smith 1. Struck ut, by Slade 10, by SmKJj 8.-Wild pitches, Smith l. UmplrerEeo Trom- blty. Time of came. 2h. 10m. Three games In the Northern Berkshire Twilight league are slated for this evening, Incarnation meeting Briggsville in the playoff of their early season tie at Black Inton, the Braytons entertaining the Wllltams- town Independents at Braytonville and St. Stanislaus meeting the Blackinton Independents at the Mill Street field In Adams. Briggsvllle Is the only league team which has scored ft victory over Incarnation in the series this season. Three more contests are scheduled for tomorrow night. Incarnation tackles the WHliamstown Independents at Blackinton, the Italian A. c. faces the Derbys at State Street and the Briggsville nine will have the Hoosac Valley A. O. of Adams for Its opponent at the Briggsville grounds. honey, Oilman, Reynolds. Home runs, to ° B°°d for local talent. We still re- vra\.n*iAn c»-.».Ai^_ T ~*. — i 'member that. ;. l;i turn, will issue a challenge to any man residing In Adams and a resident of that town now, to a race to be run In either direction, to Adams from North Adams or to North Adams from Adams, over the old Memorial Day route and for which I still hold the record of 30 mln. 4 1/6 sec. for 8 miles, 300 yds. So, you supporters ol Dunaj, gel behind him and see if we can promote a decent affair and in order to carry out this challenge, 1 must have a decision by the last of June or the first week In July. Race to be held sometime In September. I am listing here a few records Dunaj and other track stars of Adams can shoot at. Three miles in 15.05; five miles in 25.24 2/6; 10 miles in SI.39 sees, (an American record at thai time), 10,000 meter run in 32.34 sees. "Wally" Young, Co. K 104th Inf. SHARKEY TO FACE CARNERA TONIGHT Kempville Defeat* Briggsville Cub» The Kempville A. O. defeated the Briggsville Cubs by the score of 6 to 2 at Kemp's park. With the score two all In the last of the sixth P. Levesque tripled with the bases loaded and then was immediately brought home himself. G. Garvle pitched fine ball; giving five hits. B. Saulnier featured with a home run In the second inning for Briggsville. R. H. E Kempville A. C. 002004'—6 11 4 Brigysvllle Cubs 110000 0—2 0 4 Batteries: a. Oarvte and C. Lasher; Norlian and R, Chesbro. Ye«terday'« Results American New York 10, Detroit 7, Chicago^, Philadelphia 8. Washington 15, Cleveland 2. /Other game, rain. NaUvoal Boston 4, St. Louis a (tot). Boston S, St. Louis o <2d). .Cincinnati 8, Brooklyn 1 (lit). Brooklyn 6, Cincinnati S (2d>. Chicago 9, Philadelphia 5 (1st). Chicago 8. Philadelphia 3 (2d>. Pittsburgh S, New York 2CUt>. New York 7, Pittsburgh 4 (10,2d>, •WE HAW MET the claMlned.Op- ,..umitle» and they *.r» ourl," U what mccMsful oMQti u> (By HuKh S. Pullerton, Jr.—Associated Press Sports Writer) New York, June 29.—(A.P.)—Jack Sharkey, the tempe: \ nental ex- sailor from Boston, will defend his heavyweight championship of the world against Italy's "Man Mountain," Primo Camera, in a 15-round bout at Madison Square Garden's big battle bowl on Long Island tonight. Under the stimulus of hot weather and the Impetus given the fistic revival of the successful. Ma* Baer- Max Schmellng scrap three weeks ago, a. crowd of some 80,000 Is expected to cram the bowl and pour more than $250,000 Into th« coffers of the Garden and of the milk fund, which shares In the receipts. The disparity in the sizes of the contestants; Camera's undoubtedly great Improvement since the Bosten gob handed him an artistic lacing at Ebbets field two years ago; Sharkey's temperament, which has betrayed him into costly mistakes in previous bouts, gave the meeting a fiock of "angles" which still had the faithful Jittering around in search of a favorite today. Moose Dance Friday.—adv. Runs. Tlsdale, Oonyea, Cro(U 2, Daly, Hicks 2, Martin, McDonald, Mlllis, 2, Jones, Buchanan 2, Duda. Two-base hits, Oonyea, Hicks, Spada. Three-base hits. Daly, Martin. Home runs, Crofts, Mlllis. Sacrifice, Patash- nlck. Base on balls, off Hicks 4, off Duda 2, off Chesbro 1. Struck out, by Hicks 8, by Duda 1. Batter hit, Tisdale, Saulnler. Umpire, Mumford. St. Stanislaus Win* The St. Stanislaus nine of Adams triumphed again In the Twilight league scries at Kemp's park last evening, trimming the Derbys by the score of 8 to 2. Kalisz, who usually catches for the Polish nine, did th« pitching and held the local team to five hits. , A three run rally In the second gave the game to the Saints. The Derbys were unable to overcome this lead during the game. Hamelln hurl-, ed for the home team and was nick- ' ed for nine hits while his teammates did considerable bungling In the field behind him. Czerwlnskl led the Saints with the stick, getting three hit* while Slcczkowskl drove out a triple. A catch by Brodalskl was the fielding feature. The summary: St. SUnblans ob Straszek, S 4 Koza, s 4 Slec'skl, r 4 Brod'skl, 2 4 Kopec, cf 3 R'zowskl, c Cicr'skl, 1 Kallsz, p . Klol'ski, 1 h po a 1 0 3 224 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 3 3 0 0 2 0 11 0 30 9 51 D 0 Derbys ab Marchlo, 3 4 Manson. 1 3 AMUSEMENTS Yesterday's Stars (B\i iht Atsoclatcd Prett) Bill Jurges, Cubs—Hit homer and five singles in two games, against Phillies. Heinle Manush, Senators — Had perfect batting day against Cleveland, hitting single and homer with bases full In first Inning. Paul Derringer, Reds, and Sam Leslie Dodgers—Former pitched six hit ball to win opener, tatter hit four straight In nightcap. Al Simmons, White Sox—Knocked In three runs against Athletics with three hits. Fred Franlchouae, Brave*—Blanked Cards with three hits in second game. Lou- Gehrtg, Yankees—Touched Detroit pitching for double and two Blngle*. Steve Swetonlc, Pirates, and Gus Uancuso, Giant*—Swetonlc pitched Pirate* to victory In first game, M*n- cuso won second with homer In tenth. Uoote Dane* Friday.—»dv. AT THE RICHMOND The Southern Jubilee quartette of WQY opened this afternoon at the Richmond. It was very evident by the applause that these honey- toned hannonlzers received, that they are due for a very successful three day engagement. Your emotions get a terrific battering from "many Intensely dramatic, angles In "The Post of Mary Holmes," R-K-O Radio Picture now playing at the Richmond Theatre. Here Is a drama bound to give your heart a twist. It's fundamental. It analyzes the strange temperament and reveals the torn soul of a woman who has fallen from fame and jlory— a woman who nourishes a hatred for her son and then finds, when her testimony -has acquitted him of murder,, that she loves him. Helen McKellar, Eric Linden, JeS" Arthur and others give a splenam performance. The hews, cartoon, novelty and comedy complete a great show. AT THE PARAMOUNT One of the outstanding productions of the American stage has been transformed into what coast picture previewers declare to be Marion Da vies' finest recent screen vehicle. This film, "Peg O' My Heart" will show at the Paramount tomorrow and Saturday. Supporting Marlon Davles are Onslow Stevens, J. F&r- rell MacDonald, Juliette Compton and others. The co-feature Is a western, starring Hoot Gibson, and containing a perfect combination of Romance, drama, thrills and comedy. ICE CREAM FREE MAUSERT'S en 0 ™™?. • TODAY — FRI. — SAT. No Advance in Prices ON OUR STAGE "SOUTHERN JUBILEE QUARTETTE" Of WGV Auoelatc ArtliU REESE COPPIDOE FANNIE WILSON Richmoni MAT. ISc-ISc — EVE. It TODAY — FRI. HELEN McKEtLAR ERIC LINDEN JEAN ARTHUR •' In "THE PAST OF MARY HOLMES" — »1» — CetiMety — C»rto*B Newt — Novelty —Refrigerated o-Mo — FBEE PARK WO SUN — "Cover th« WaUr Front'V Ham'lirv Fl'herty, h po a 002 1 1 Be'dln, cf 3 2 3 Bis Ion. r 3 Thlbert, s 2 More a u, c Baker. 2 26 9 21 11 5 St. Stanislaus 030221 0—8 Derbys 002000 0—2 Runs, Sleczkowskl, Brodalskl. 2, Rogowskl, Czerwlnskl, Kalisz 2, Kopec, Manson, Thlbert. Two base hit, Manson. Home run. Brodalskl. Stolen bases, Czerwlnskl, Manson. Base on balls, on Kalisz 2, off Hamelln 2. Struck out, by Kalisz 3, by Hamelln 5. Umpire, McConnell. HORTON AGAIN WINS VICTORY William* Captain Reaches Semi Final in Intercollegiate Tennis Event. Haverford, Pa., June 29.—(A.P.)— Inroads were made in the solid front of the University of Texas tonnls squad In the national Intercollegiate championships yesterday, but the Longhorn nctmen still batted .500, with two of their number and six other seeded players sweeping Into the quarterfinal bracket. Karl Kamrath, tall Southwest Conference doubles champion, and his diminutive, energetic teammate, Martin Buxby, singles tit! 1st in the same division, came through in hard-fought, fourth-round matches at Merlon Cricket club, while Hn! Surface and Sterling Williams fell before more experienced and powerful racquet-wlelders. With the two Texans—Kamrath seeded second and Buxby, fourth—In the round-of-eight were top-seeded Jack Tidball, University of California at Los Angeles; Dick Murphy, third-ranked, of Hamilton; Al Horton, fifth, of Williams; O.'Elliott Loughlln, sixth, Navy; Joe Coughlln, seventh, of Stanford, and eight- ranked Wllmer Hlnes, ol North Ctfro- llna. Tomorrow & Saturday I Erin* the Whale Family! They'll All Like This Shew! Co-Feature! Hoot Gibson "THE '"DUDE BANDIT" Continuous 1.30 to 11 Tel. 850 Endi Today! RUTH CRATTERTOK In "LILLY TURNER" •t 1.4S, 4:M, 7:05, »:«; •too "MADB ON BROADWAY" with Robert Montgomery •t 3:00- S:49-«itt FHIDAYI M* JUNE BRIDE VOTES .with Each

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