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PAGE POtTK MOBERLY MONITOR-INDEXlWILLIAMS NINE WINS TWO GAMES MONITOR-INDEX AND DEMOCRAT, MOBERLY, MO. and Motxoiy Evening Democrat i Daily Except Sunday dlOBKRSL.1 MONITOSL, . . . E»txb. 1864) MOBTClKl/X IXr»KX JCwtafc. 1918 MOBKRXY OKJIOOtAT 1 . .Kirtkb. ·! The Associated Press l» exclusively entitled to tho noe for re-publloa- tloxt of all ne-ws diftpKCehe* credited Co It or oth«ms» cr«dlt«1 In thl» paper and also tb* local a'frra pub llshed herein. All rtffhtB ot re-pub' Ilcatloa ot apeelal Hape-tche* herein are also reserved. J AJTES TOm W. T. VAN CUE-VTS. .. Vlee-Prenldent J. K. VAX OX**V» Bo»ln«ti» Rnbll*fee4 by Mobwly JU-il«f J»t*. C« 218 K. Wlllmm. Bt~ Hokerlr, M». Bntertd at Post Oftlce at Moberly. Missouri. *s Second Class Matter. Dally by Carrier, per month * .00 advance, three month* ------ I-* 5 If paid at Monitor-Indent office In If paid at Monitor-Index office Junior League .Champs Defeat Renick and the Miir- phy-White All-Stars advance, one year Single copy 6.00 05 coalL MI8SOTJM per month By mall, three month* By mall, six month* -- ity mall, one year __ By Mall Out»ld» By matt, ono year By moll, six roontfc* _ By mall, threo months By mall, one month _ , 1.20 2.20 4.00 a.oo 2.50 1.25 60 Two victories Saturday added another pair of scalps to the war- belt . o f the Williams Junior League Champs. At Renick Saturday morning, the champs defeated the Rcnick Juniors, 10 to 5. At the Air port field Saturday afternoon, they trounced the Murphy-Whito Junior League All-Stars, 17 to 8, in an exhibition game. The score at Renick: Williams, Champions-AB R H PO A HI Wasson, cf 4 1 0 TO 0 0 "acoby, p 4 2 2 0 2 0 Tuley, If 4 1 1 2 0 * . Fowler, s s 3 2 2 2 4 0 Forth, 2 b _ 3 1 0 1 1 0 C . Kellogg, 2 b 1 1 1 0 0 0 Maxey, 3 b 3 1 1 1 1 Clifton, c 2 1 0 7 1 0 Schooling, Ib .... 3 0 0 7 0 0 Stringer, r f 3 0 0 1 1 0 Stonum, r f 0 0 0 0 0 u GOING TO PIN IT ON HIM?. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1934 National Advertising Representatives --Mitcbell-Ruddell-Rudden, Inc.. 285 Madison avenue. New York; room 1203. ISO North Michigan avenue, Chicago; 23 West Tenth Street buEdlns, Kansas City. Mo.: 005 Star building. St. txiida. MO..-S14 StepUon- ·on Bids. Detroit. Mich. Kemher of the Aodlt Bore»a *f Farm Leaders Meet at Kansas City KANSAS CITY, Sept. 10 Farm leaders, primarily thos · who have charge at corn-hog pro duction .control associations, in seven states are expected to attend a meeting, here Sept. 11 anc 12 to discuss the livestock feed situation and make, plans for holding a referendum among corn- hog contract signers to determine ·whether they want any AAA program in 1035. States to be represented at the Kansas City meeting, one of six to be held In the United States, are, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas. POKES TJEAIV BULL MOOSE AND LIVES TO TELL TAJLJfl zTotals 30 10 Renick, Juniors: AB R Appleman, c-rf ..4 1 Hamilton, cf 3 0 P.. McGowan, c 1 0 Brockman, ss 4 1 M. McGowan, If 4 0 DaVis, p 4 0 Barnes, 2b 2 1 Fairish, 3b ;.. 3 2 Genola, Ib 2 0 Truesdell, rf 2 0 7 21 10 2 H PO A 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 5 1 16 0 Totals 299 DEER, CREEK, Minn. Bill Holgrum, resident of the Leaf River bottoms near here, got close enough to a large bull moose to poke it with a stick--and lives to tell the tale. Holgrum took a .short cut through a swamp. He noticed what appeared to be a large dead moose at the-foot of a tree. Picking up a five-foot stick Hol- grum cautiously approached. When near enough he poked the stick Into the animal's ribs--and then came action. As surprised as Holgrum, the moose bounded high into the air and sped away. Several moose have been seen recently in the vicinity of this northern Minnesota community. . 5 9 21 14 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Williams, Champ. 1 0 0 0 7 0 2 Renick, Juniors 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 R H JE --10 7 2 -- 5 0 2 Two-base hits--Jacoby, 2, Tuley, 1; Parrlsh, 1. Three-base hits-Brockman, 1. Home-runs--C. Kellogg. Double play:. Fowler to Forth to Schooling; Stringer to Schooling. Base on balls: Off Jacoby, 3 Off Davis, 3. Stolen base's: Wasson, 1, Jacoby, 1, Fowler, 1, Forth, 1, Maxey, 3, Clifton, 1; Appleman, 2. Struck out: By Jacoby, 6, By Davis, 6. Left on mse: Williams Champions, 2 Xenick Juniors 6. Umpire--McCarty. Score of game here: Williams, Champions AB R H Wasson, cf 6 Jacoby, rf 5 Tuley, If 3 Fowler, ss -- 6 Forth, 2b 6 Maxey, 3b 5 Clifton, c 5 Schooling, p 1 Roberts, Ib 4 HUNTSVJLLE BEATS TWILIGHT STARS Ninth' Inning- Rally Nets Runs to Give County Seat Nine 7-6 Victory After trailing throughout the g-ame, Huntsville staged a 4-run 9th-inning rally to defeat the'Mo- berly Twilight League All-Stars at Huntsville yesterday afternoon M. Marietta, rf T. Marietta, c Bailey, p _ 2 3 3 7 to 6. Pitching airtight ball. Bailey, Moberly's hurler,) had held the county seat nine to only 3 hits during the first seven innings of the game,, but in the next two frames he was nicked for 6 hits and 6 runs. He fanned 3. Although wild in the earlier stages of the contest, Donelli, on the mound for Huntsville, settled down and alllowed but 4 hits and Three-base nits-Ke^r'Bailey: Renick Defeats Jacksonville, 9-4 Renick defeated Jacksonville, 9 to 4, in a baseball game at Jacksonville yesterday afternoon. Foster and- Powell, on* toe' S.B.A. NINE LOSES * TO EXCELLO, 5 TO \ Errors Figtire in Defeat of Locals, Who Have Won 14 and L'ost 5 PLAY HUNTSVILLE NEXT SUNDAY mound for gave hits, and Patrick, Renick hurler, allowed eight hits. Hardin led Renick tatters with two doubles and a single in'five times up. Next Sunday Renick plays at Glasgow. The box score: RENICK 9-Potter, 3b .,,...,, fanned 12 batsmen for the entire nine innings. Brooks and Danti were the leading batters of the game, Brooks getting -, three hits and two runs in five times up and Dantt collecting, two hits and two runs in five trips to the plate. Huntsville will meet the Mofeer- ly S.B.A.'s in a return game at Huntsville next Sunday afternoon. The S.B.A.'s lost to Huntsville in the first game and are out for revenge. . Huntsville's battery probably will be Kerr, Donelli and Evans. Yesterday's box score: Jutts, 2b : .... P. McGowan, ss 5 Powell, Ib : 5 Asbury, cf 5 Fowler, If _,,_ 4 Morris, rf _. 3 ·Patrick, p TM 5 Hardin, c 5 Wilcox, 3b _ __ i AB R - 3 2 5 0 0 .0 2 2 2 1 0 0 H 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 3' 0 B. GATEWOODS LOSE TO ST. LOUIS STARS 1 3 1 2 1 2 2 3 2 PO A 4 0 1 1 1 1 0 7 0 0 12 Totals 41 17 11 27 12 Murphy-White, All Stars AB R H PO A Drought Receives Blame for Pheasant Shortage ST. PAUL, Minn., (JP) -- The drought is blamed for ' reducing the Northwest's crop of pheasants which will bear the brunt of shooting this fall. Dr. Thaddeus Surber, director of game and fish propagation in Minnesota, says lack of moisture prevented countless p h e a s a n t s from hatching and caused loss of many others from thirst. He declares a certain amount of moisture is required to "enable the birds to peck their way out of their shells. When it, is ex_ tremely dry, as during the pas hatching season, the shells be come so hard that the unhatched birds perish through sheer inabil Ity to reach freedom. Butler, If-lb 5 0 0 5 0 0 Cross, 2 b 4 1 0 3 4 0 Bowman, r f 3 1 1 0 1 0 Bradley, r f 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kehoe, 3b-ss 4 0 0 2 0 0 Hamilton, ss-lf . . 4 0 0 0 3 4 Francis, c 4 2 2 4 0 1 K . Smith, Ib 1 0 0 7 1 0 Butterly, lf-3b ....2 1 1 2 0 0 Hiett, c f 3 0 1 1 0 0 Riley, p I 0 0 0 1 1 Lynch, p 1 0 0 .0 1 0 Lyons, p 1 0 0 0 0 0 Burkhart, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Local Negro Club Beaten 43 by Fast-Stepping Visitors in Close Game The Gatewood Browns lost to tt» St. Louis All-Stars 4 to" 3 in a closely contested game at Lockwood Park field here yesterday afternoon. Errors b'y the locals were a contributing factor in their defeat. About 400 persons attended the game. Both teams are composed of negro players. The .locals outhit the visitors 10 to 6. The pitching of Henderson of the St. Louis club proved very effective in the pinches. A feature of the game was tne performance of L. Chism, St.Louis :eft 'fielder ,who scored from first sase on the catcher's overthrow ;o second. Chism showed plenty of speeding in circling the bases. Next Sunday the Gatewooct Browns have a game booked with the Detroit Giants, also a negro team. The Giants have been trav- Stampers and Firemen Play Again Tomorrow STAMPERS AND--1 Spts m h h The third game in the Stamper- Fire Department series will be played tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock at the Twilight League field. Each club has won one game in the series: An error m reporting the number of hits made in the second game of the series, won by the Stampers 3 to 2, was revealed today. Instead of 16 hits, the Stampers made only 7 hits. Players get- iag hits off Gene Morris, the Fire Department hurler, were: Asbury,! 1; -Tones, 1; F. Rumsey, 2; York, I 3. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Fleming and Mrs. Fred Willis and children, Edna and LeRoy, returned yesterday from Chicago, where they attended the Century of Progress Exposition. The Monitor-Index gives you what you want--all the news. HUNTSVILLE Brooks, ss Danti, 2b Evans, c, cf ________ Gibson, 3b Allen, rf Totals ---, ;_ 41 9 10 4 JACKSONVILLE 4--AB R H E Wright, c 5 AB. R H 5 2 . 5 2 . 4 0 4 0 1 4 0 1 Kaufman, If ' . 4 0 1 Mays, Ib . 3 0 0 Kerr, c f ;. 2 1 0 Glover, c , 2 1 1 Donelli, p . 3 1 0 Derigne i o ALL-STARS Batlinger, ss, 2b Andrews, 2b Rumsey, ss Ogle, Ib . Kellogg, If _ Lynch, 3b Terrill, rf _ 37 7 AB R H wngnt, c 5 1 2 1 McCarty, S B 5 0 2 1 Mullanix, 2 b 4 1 0 0 Powell, 3b-p 4 1 1 1 Waters, cf ... 3 0 0 0 Foster, p-3b 4 0 0 1 Arnett, If 3 l l o McKiney, Ib _.: 4 0 1 0 Hutton, r f l 0 0 0 Davinson, rf . . 3 0 1 0 the season yesterday to the Excello nine .at ^xcello. The score .was 5 to X The locals were able .to score once in the first and. once'in second inning. The victors did all their a the fourth ;feane, when ^ c ,, A. infield ."blew up- and four errors-and; three; Juts netted five runs for Excello. · Underwood,^ left-hander from fans, was,on the mound for'Ex-' cello. He allowed .five" Hits, walked two. and fanned fourteen. - Bnt Massman, pitching- for - Moberly" gave eight scattered hits, walked one and struck out ten. Next Sunday Manager Rov Baker-will take the S. B. ' Totals 36 4 8 4 Score by innings: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Renick 1 0 0 3 4 - 0 0 1 0 Jacksonville -- 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 base hits, Patrick. 2-base hits, Asbury, Morris. Hardin, 2. . . , HuntsvUle for a game.- Shumate will pitch and Schwab, will receive. Baker's- team has won fourteen games so far this season, The box score: S. B. A. 2-- AB R Rice, Ib _______ .. ___ ,, 4 1 Coomes, 3b ________ 4 Crosswhite, ss -- 4 Freeman, cf ____ 3 Schwab, c ... ____ 4 Shumate, If v ____ 4 Varnes, rf Hampton, 2b ____ 3 Massman, p ___ 4 .'Hart __________________ 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 HPO A JC_. 0 9 0 0 3 0 O JBatted for Hampton In 9th Excello 5-- AB R HPO A JU Mrs. Fred Freelin and two sons returned last night to their home n Oamaha, Neb., after visiting icre with Mr. Freelin ¥ s two brothers and sister^ Will and Gary Freelin and Mrs. Russell Tedford. Mr. Fr.eelin also visited here but returned home last Monday. V. Wright, 3b ...... 4 0 Reynolds, 2b .. __ 4 1 S. Wright, 'cf ..:. 4 1 Bruner, c ,, _________ 4' 1 Meriweather, ss -4 1 J. Lucus, Ib ____ 4 1 H. Moss, If _______ 4 0 Brown, rf ..._, ___ 3 0 Underwood, p ____ 3 0 Score by innings: · Excello -------- 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 S. B. A.'s ..,, 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 10 1 1 1 12 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 2 The Monitor-lnaex get» the n*w* Instead of 17 hits, the Firemen made only five hits in this game.; Players getting them "were: O.j Kellogg, 2; Lynch, 2; R. KeLlogg, I 1. They were garnered off Rice,the Stamper pitcher. GOLF TITLE TO FRANK DeWIH west coast and will stop at Mo-| berly for a game enroute east. MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK, Sept. lO.^P-- Stocks heavy; metals lead decline. Bonds irregular; treasuries ease. Curb soft; soini, specialties resistant. Foreign exchanges lower; gold currencies react. Cotton lower; local and southern selling; liquidation. Sugar steady; Cuban buying. Coffee lower; Brazilian selling and liquidation. CHICAGO-Wheat: easy; increased visible supify. Corn: lower; shipping demand slow. Cattle.- steady to 25c lower; top 510.50. Hogs: 25 cents lower; top $7.20. Totals 33 5 5 24 11 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Murphys-White, All Stars ...._ 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 Williams, Champions ....0 2 2 4 2 0 5 2 X R H K -- 5 5 6 --17 11 1 Two-base hits--Jacoby, 1, Was- 'son, 1, Forth, 1; Bowman, 1. Three-base hits--Jacoby, 1, Fowler 1, Base on balls: Off Schooling, 5; Off Riley, 2.... Off Lynch, 3; O f f ' Lyons, 2; Off Burkhart, Stolen bases: Jacoby, 1, Forth, 3, Maxey, 2, Clifton, 3, Schooling, 3, Roberts, 1; Cross, 1, Hamilton, 1; Francis, 2, Butterlyl. Struck out: By Schooling, 6; By Riley, 3; By Lyons, 1; By Burkhart, 1. Hit by pitch ball: By Riley, (Schooling). Left on base: Murphy-White, All Stars 5; Williams, Champions, 10. Pitching record: Off Ritey, 4 hit?, S runs in 3 innings none out in the 4th; Off Lynch, 3 hits, 2 runs in 3 innings: Off Lyons, 2 hits, 5 runs in 2-3 innings; Off Burk- Yesterday's box score: ST. LOUIS ALL-STARS R H Edwards, ss - 0 Whitney, cf .'.."..... 0 Wilson, 2b 0 L. Chism, If 2 J. Chism, 3b Pinkton, Ib .. Palm, rf Stewart, c'.... Henderson, p .-. 2 o 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 4 6 R H 1 1 0 0 BROWNS Jaco, if Herald, 2b Fowler, ss ...... . _ 0 1 Shropshire, c '-.". 0 2 Jewell, 3b 2 1 Gossett; cf 0 2 Smith, rf ....; ·. 0 1 Hollins, ss . : 0 1 Troy, p ... 0 0 Rodgers, p _._.' .. 0 0 Gatewood, Ib 0 1 George Both in 36- Hole Match to Win Club Championship Winning over George Roth in a 36-hole match, Saturday afternoon, Frank DeWitt became club champion of the Moberly Country Club. Shooting top-hole golf DeWitt led his opponent 1-up at the end I of the first 18 holes. Going out in 35'he secured a 4- hole lead and, maintaining the advantage all the way, returned to win, 5--4. The championship gives official recognition to DeWitt's former "acknowledged but unofficial" rating as "the club's first ranking golfer." The championship flight was one of the six classes in the non- handicap tournament completed at the club last week. 3 10 S Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Evans Played With Gun--Killed. , KANSAS CITY, Sept. 10. (#) -Willard Lee, 3^ year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Lee, who assldently wounded himself in t ,e hart, S hits, 2 runs, in 1 1-S innings. Losing Pitcher, Riley. Umpires--B..Morris at the box, E. Kellogg at 1-base and E. Shorr at 3-base. of Ottumwa, la., visited here yes- head while playing with a neigh- terday with Mr. and Mrs. Claude bor's revolver, died at a hospital Clark, 718 East Logan street. here Friday. HAY MARKET ST. LOUIS, Sept. 10 .JP---Hay: timothy No. 1, 24-25c; No. 2, 20- 23c; clover mixed, No. 1, 21-22c; No. 2, 18-20c; clover. No. 1, 21c- 22c; No. 2, 18-20c; prairie. No. 1, 21-22c: No. 2, 1S-20C; native alfalfa, No. 1, 21-22c; standard 18- 20c; No. 2, 15-lSc; choice western alfalfa 2S-29c. ENROLL IN KJNDERGAKXKJN Two new students were enrolled today in the nursery school « kindergarten conducted by Mrs. T. A. McCully and Mrs. Edwin Danaeron. They are Jackie Mattson and Bobby WatMns. Front Wheel Spring On Bike FLOYDADA, Tex. (5») --Buster Davidson invented an extra front fork and spring arrangement to give hjs bicycle "individual front wheel springing." Corn-Hog Checks Total $6,000,000; $3,000,000 Due COLUMBIA, Mo,, Sept. 10. (.8?) --More than 56,000,000 has been paid Missouri farmers for participating in the' corn _ hog reduction program. It. was said here today by J. W. Burch, in charge of the program in the state. Approximately three million dollars in addition is -due on the first payment, he said. Now Open for Business., RECREATION Northeast Missouri's Finest Recreation Center Wards Hose AHming in their nristy rffm shcemess! ing in their new, costume-flattering shades -their flawless, even t e x t u r e ! Chiffons! Service weights! In fnn-fastdaoed pare silk! And tiie price* is , exceptionally LOW! MOORE'S CIRCULATOR We sell Moore's Circulator witn Slotted Fire Bowl. They heat 3 and 6 rooms. -- Newman Hdw. Co. (10) LAUNDRY STOVES We sell 2 and 4 cap Laundry heater.--New: (10) Stoves with water man Hdw. Co. TO ATTEND M. U. Wayne Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Johnson, 1025 Concannon street, will attend the Univer- p£ Missouri this X 63 ^* -- STOVE REPAIRS Please give us a call on Stove Repairs--Newman Hdw. Co. (10) FAMILY SCALES "We sell 2 sizes Family Kitchen Scales for meats groceries,--Newman gdw. .Co. ( Size ana Bowling 4 Regulation ABC ALLEYS Handicap Scratch Leagues Charles Schmidt, manager Billiards 5 Tables for Billiards Ping Pong Equipment . ABC Beer' on Tap Bar-B-Q Sandwiches Tobacco - Candies Latest Magazines Seats for Spectators Autenreith Patrick Managers CLEAN-OUT Broken Sizes-Summer Shades - odd lots of the Above Hose and Our 69c Hose for Only 49c Open All Hours - - Everybody Welcome 510 Reed St. Moberly, Mo. MONTGOMERY WARD

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