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THURSDA r. TUX-? 18. 1935 THE EVENING INDEPENDENT. MASSILLON. OHIO ELEVEN City Merchants Beaten By Beers The Pribtch fibers defeated the City Merchants, 10-2, on Franklin field, Wednesday evening. Kleven hits were pounded out by Beers, W. Perrini. J. Ross and J. Talrcg each getting three 1n four trips. One of Ross' hits was a home SATURDAY DANCE CECIL ARMITAGE - And His Orchestra Featuring Ken Barrymore Special 30c Until 9 P. M. Admission 40c After 9 P. M. MEYERS LAKE Meet Your Friends At SHADY REST FREE MUSIC AND DANCE FRIDAY EVENING JULY 19 1 Mile South of Beach City, Route 250 & 93 BIG AIR SHOW SUNDAY, JULY 21st 2:3C P. M. AXP 5:30 P. M. Nose Dives, War Stunts, Barrel Rolls, Tail Spins, Upside Down and Loops. Big Fireworks Display MEYERS LAKE PARK run. Welcher allowed the loeers seven hits arid fanned eight batters. Monday at 6 p. m. the Beers will play the West Side Merchants at the golf links. George Pribich, of 1245 Cleveland ave., SW., is booking games. The score by innings: Beers 103' W« 000—10 ' 11 5 Merchants ... 1M COO 100- 2 7 0 Batteries: Beers—Belcher and Per-, rini; 1 Merchants—Detan and Bessler. TWO SEEDED PLAYERS OUT Quarter-finals in Essex Net Tournament MANCHESTER, Mass., July 1 s (&) —Only two of the four seeded players reached today's" quarter-finals in the llth annual Essex Country club invitation tennis tournament. Mrs. Marjorie Gladman Van Ryn of Philadelphia, victor at Longwood last week, and Helen Pederson, of Stamford, Conn., runnerup at Longwood, were eliminated by unseeded third-round opponents. Mrs. Van Ryn has been 'making a strong bid for a berth on the u. S. Wightman cub team. Miss Pederson, bothered by the heat from the start of her match with Anne Page of Wayne, Pa., was forced to default during her second set yesterday. While Mrs. Van Ryn lose toj Florence Le Bout Llier of New York' 4-6, 6-3, 7-5, after losing control of iher service. The top-seeded Mrs. Sarah Palfrey Pabyan of Brookline played spottily in her third round match with Dor, ranee Chase of Boston, but came ! through with a 6-4, 6-4 victory. Mrs. j JMary Greef Harris of Kansas City, seeded fourth, triumphed .6-0, 6-3, over Mrs. Joseph Balch of Brookline. I JOYCE WETHERED HAS CARD OF 73 COLUMBUS, July, 18 (£>)-Joyce Wethered, British golf star, scored a 73 yesterday over the Scioto Country club course. She and" Charles Lorms, professional at the Columbus Country club, tied Mrs. Linton Pallis, of Toledo Inverness club, and P. O. Hart, Scioto professional, in a best-ball exhibition. Hart had 71, Lorms 75, and Mrs. Fallis, 90. Mrs. Wethered's score tied the best she had made on her tour of the U. S. ENTERPRISE "WINS The Enterprise Aluminums defeated the McLain Grocers, 14-9, Wednesday evening, in. a postponed city league game. Friday 'at 6 p. m. the McLains will play the Union prawn Steels on i Union Drawn field in another postponed game. . EVANS FAILS TO QUALIFY Veteran Chicago Star Out of Western Amateur COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Julyj 18<;P)—The "boy wonder" of another! generation of golf, was missing today j as match play began in the amateur tournament. For the first time in his 26 years of i competition, in the western, Charles: (Chick) Evans, Jr., of Chicago, was; not in the champion bracket. Playing what he termed "the most] heartbreaking round of golf" in his' career, Evans .shot a 157 yesterday and packed his bags for the return to Chicago. "I was hitting the ball but not the! greens," he said. ! .Only nine strokes separated the j ends of the qualifying bracket with! the medalist, Rodney Bliss, jr., smooth : hitting Omaha youngster at one endj with a-142, two ever par At the oth- j er end were seven who were tied at! at 151. They will play off the tie this! morning to fill three blank spaces in j the bracket. GOLF FACT^, NOT THEORIES/' BS ALEX. J.MORRISON — C««l«l tna OMAHA, BLACK HELEN FAVORED Starn Racers Ready For Arlington Park Classic Euclids Defeat Good Luck Club the C*odLu«* losers . Euelids nesday. Williams with a double and single and Graber and G«ts with two singles each in four trips to the plate starred for the winners. Boing hit a double. Kopp go two hits in four trips for the losers. The Euclids challenge the From-! holtz Jewelers. The Jewelers' man-| ager is to'see Getz, manager of the Euclids. ' The summary: GOOD LUCK CLUB . AB. Slusscr,- p •• i Engelhardt, 2b 4 Graybill, n 3 Kopp, Ib V J Harig, cf 3 Borell, '3b 3 Bichel. •. If C. Bicfcel, ss 1 Julian, rf „... 1 R. 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 H. E. 1 1 1 1 i 1 _0j o! Alex Morrison says: To tell a player to follow through is like putting a curse on him. In the main there are only three or four ideas that cause most of a player's troubles. Trying to follow through is near the top of;the list. Any player who gives thought to liis follow through or what happens to his swing after the ball has been hit, just shuts his eyes to the rest of his swing. He overlooks both backswing and downswing in favor of something that has nothing to do wth the flight of the ball. The clubhead must be swung through the ball properly. Its movement must not be checked or deflected as it approaches the ball, but this does not mean that the player should make any effort to guide or control its movements toward the finish of the swing. No more should he try to control the movements of the various parts of his body in this final stage.' Momentum of ths club should govern his finish. CHICAGO, July 18. (IP) — final preparations out of the way. : Omaha, Black Helen and eight ovher ; smart three year olds today shaped; up as the field for the $30,000 added j classic at Arlington park Saturday, j The big favorites, Omaha, and the) Kentucky filly, Black Helen, demon- i strated yesterday that they are ready.! William Woodward's colt ran a mile; in 1:36 1-5 and finished out the class- '; ic distance t-i a mile and a quarter in j 2:10. Black Helen stepped off thei route in 2i(tt4-5, the best of the work- ; j out marks. | I St. Bernard breezed a mile and a i S quarter in 2:10 and Skip It covered! the snme assignment in 2:06. Blood- i root,, Black Helen's stublemate, took it ; easy, going the distance in 2:09 4-5. j The rest of the field is expected to i be made up o£ Count Arthur, Black j Ui.der, Roman Soldier, I.lnlarouk arwli Tearout, -.vitl: Chief Cherokee as an j outside -DAYTON AWARDED BASEBALL TOURNEY (By Th<> Associated Press.) AMERICAN LEAGUE: Buttinc — Johnson, Athletics, .350: Vtwmlk. Indians, .3i">. Huns—UeliriiiKvr, Tisrers, 72; Given- P.iins Balt'vil iT-.—Grcenbci-E-, IMRcrs, 10S: Johnson, Athletic*. 72. Hits—Cramer. Athletics, US; Gehringer, Tieors, 115. JJouliI^s— Grcenl'ors, Timers, 29; W«r-i her. Hod Sox. 27. Triples—Stone, Senators, 12; Cronhi,! U«-il Sox, 11. I. Horn-? Jmns—Grcenhei-fr, Tigers. 2C;j Johnson, Athletic.". J!>. Stolon Bases—\Verber, Red Sox, 15; Almada. Red Sox. M. Fitrtiinir — Tn mulls. Yankees. 7-2; T.yniiJ, White Sox. 10-S. NATIONAL LEAGUE: Ratlins — Vaiitfian. 1'ir.ito;', .357; M>il\vi«-k. Cardinal?: .."Tfi. Runs—Modwicls, Cardii'.als, am! Ott, Giants, Sit. Runs Batted In—J. Collins, Cnrdiimls, ;:»; Ott, Giants. 71. )lils—llortwioii, i':irtinn\s. 1-1; Torry, Giants, Hi. i TVulilcs — MoilwiclJ, rsr'.lina'.s, .in<l! Herman. Cubs, i:tt. ; Trlpli-s—Utwilnuui. U.-ils, 10; Boylo, j nrnlc.T*. ami Puln-, Firaio,*, :'. [ Home Rmis—Ott, Giants, 20: .1. Col-! llns, Canlinals. in. WRESTLING lAST^xNIGHt J*^" 1 -'- ~- Q ^": &' (By The Associated Press.) LO.VG Bl'UCU, N. J.—Joe Savol- di. L'OL 1 . Thrpo Onus. Mich., threw Jtiilu' WriKht. 2;.", Texas, two out of tlnvo falls. HAMPAX — I.*o Xu:na. • 2IB. Snittlo. tlpfpsitort ficorgo Mi'T-eod, I'lc. liiw.i fnio fall. HARr.ISmrKG. Fa.—Enill Duaok, Onial-a. Kv.-,.,[ Cliff Olson, 2"^, ,«t. FIGHTS LAST NIGHT CITY MERCHANTS^ V TO PLAY CADDIES The City Merchants who are'claim- ing the city class B championship will play the Brookside caddies Thursday at 6:15 p. m. at Franklin field. The Merchants' lineup will be: , Wiener, ib; Dekan, 2b; Everett, 3b; Eisenbrei, is; Williams, rs; Schoenet, If; Phillips, cf; Marks, rf; Bressler, c; and H. Kemp, p. Tuesday, Kemp shutout the South End Merchants in a Bine-inning game, allowing three hits and 'striking out 21 batters. He led the hitting with a homer and two singles. Brown also got three hits in four trips. Kemp is the onty Merchant pitcher who is undefeated. COLUMBUS, July 18, (jp)—Curtis Reid o£ Chilh'cdthe won the Elks national golf championship and the $2,000 Doyle trophy yesterday with a 54-hole total of 236. He carded a 18 on the last 18 holes. lHy Tni: Ar-s"'-::itCd I'lV-i.O KANSAS CITY — U'lvey JDay, IS'"... chiiMKo, drew with ' .!<H> (.•Iv.ionly, TOV;:. Si. V.iiuis. (U>5; Krankic Wolfram. IL'iJ. Toronto, C:ti)Hcl:i, outpointrd (-'.iiil KKtrada. i;j!j. Kiitusas Olty. iSl: ''Mri AI:ci>, IS;', I.Vi.ri>ii. oiiHioitiii'ii IVte Aloaii- tcr, li;>. K:u\s:is City. <G). ins, Carmnai£. in. ) r * *",»»• ^rrrxrTiy ms\ Stolon Bases-Martin, Cardinals, U:\JALK QUINN TO ' CHICAGO. July 18, (/P)—The first national tournament of the recently organized American Baseball Congress will be held at Day Ion, O., Sep. 20-21-22, it was announced today. More than 20 - teams from sandlot organizations operating east of the Rocky mountains, arc expected to send representatives to the tournament. The American Baseball Congress deals strictly with saudlot baseball. Oiooilm.'in, Ivixis, S. I'itclilne — r'armclco. Giants, 10-:; Si-luiin.-H'lu'r, Giant::, 1S-S. STATE GETS 52,325 COLUMBUS, July 18, (/?)—The American Legion's seven-day racing meet at Lancaster netted the stnle $2,325 in taxes from parimutcul machines on total betting of $178,361. The Ohio Racing commission reported also yesterday that it had taken RETURN TO HILL J6HNSTOWN, Pa.. July 18 (/Pi— The fumed spilball star of the nia- jors a decnde ugo. Jack Qulnn, will take the mound again tonight. Qtiinn. now manager of the Johnstown -Mid-Atlantic league team, will pitch against thn Charleston Senators in a brief exhibition. And behind the plate to catch his: slants will be his old teammate of The trunk of the famous Arnaud Robert iiveoak near Cecilia. La., is i 83 feet, 4 inches in circumference. I TOTALS .. EUCLIDS Stranger, Ib Graber, 2b .. Knowlton, p Boing, 3b .. Getz. c Williams, ss Hout, U .... Harmon, rf AB. .; 4 .. 4 .. 4 .. -1 .. 4 .. 4 1 6 H. E. 1 0 2 ] 1 0| 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 Today! "THE GIRL FROM 10TH AVE." and "FOOTLIGHT PARADE" FRI. & SAT. SUPER HITS! Young Lovers, Under the Spell . of a Baffling, Sinister Horror! UONEX "I HATE WOMEN" Wallace Ford June Clyde A with EUZABETH ALLAN , BELA LUGOSI The Strongest Murder-Mystery EverScreened!M-G-M Thriller! The Lincoln Is COOL! Berry, cf 3 TOTALS 33 7 9 2 ! Score by innings: EuclMs 210002200—"i Good Luck Club Oil 010 100—4 Two-base hits — Boins, Williams. Struck out—by Slusser S; by Knowl- tori 7. Bases on balls—off Slusscv 3; off Knowlton 4. Double plays—Bickcl, Engelhardt, Kopp. Umpire—W. Kopp. (By The Associated Press.) JIM BUCHBR, Dodgers—Rapped Pittsburgh pitchim? for three hits in each game of doubleheader. CURT DAVIS. Phillies—Limited Cubs to five hits, retiring last 1'5 men in order. BILL AVERBBR and LBFTT GHOVE. Rod Sox—\Vcrbcr hit four straight doubles in first g^rne, Grove outpitci'JoU Pearson to ta.ke seconJ from Indians. TRAVIS JACKSOX. Giants —]>rl attack on Reds with three hits, driving in two runs. .TOHXXY STONE, Senators — Cracked out double and two singles against Browns. BILL HALLAHAN a.nd TKRR.Y MOORE, Cardinals—Hnllahan IieM Braves to four hits; Moore won game with home run in ninth. ALEX MORRISON says: At the driving range where I practice -there's an Italian youngster named Vito. His job is to tee up the balls. This is quite a help when you hit 200 or 300 balls. While resting between shots the other day I asked him to hit a few. He used the interlocking grip, imitating some of the older boys. Sarazen's success with this grip has Riven it a nationality. All of the Italian pros I've seen in action use it. If these boys increase in numbers and add to the success they've had, they may bring about universal adoption ol this grip. It's a difficult hold for those who started with the wrong grip, but those who interlocked from the start seldom have cause to change. In fact, they have less trouble with their hands and wrists than do those using other grips. Today — "Vanessa" — "The Night Life of the Gods" FRI. - SAT. have landed. .with a roil of drums..fl»g» unfurlsd .. raajy for war and willing for lav* under theTropicel Moonlight CONKAD IITHEB NAGEL • RALSTON u,., ARM I DA KENMiDY • . - RESAt CARL LAEMMLE PRESENTS ^ A Uoiv»n«l Pirtu:. wili. MARY ASTOR ROGER PRYOR BABY JANE Meet Old Friends — Make New Friends CALMOUTIER (HOMECO3HING) FESTIVAL SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 20TH Follow nonte 250—5 Miles West of Mt Eaton AMUSEMENTS "STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART" I There is a little bit of elephant in j Baby Jane. She never forgets.; Starring in "Straight from the Heart 1 ', j which has a political background, she 1 shows promise of o/eveloping into a' little politician herself. She has one of the prime qualifications for political success, a tar-bucket memory. She never forgets a name or a face,! She knew everybody on the set while I making "Straight from the Heart", which comes Friday and Saturday to the Grand theater. The leading plsy- ers are, Mary Astor. Roger Pryor. Henry Armetta and Grant Mitchell,' ! Little Jane's memory extends to I other matters than handshaking. She j learned all her lines before the pic- i ture went into production and never j forgot one of them. | Baby Jane is only a little creature i lacking two inches of being a yard; tall. She weighs thirty-four pounds, j Hard-fighting, hard-loving William Haines was required, to learn numerous details of the customs, drill regulations, and battle technique of the j United States Marine Corps, for his: newest and rrp-roaringest comedy! sensation, "The Marines-Are Com-i ing,' 1 vrhich tops the current bill at; the Grand theater. Friday and Satur- ! day. j i COMING TO LINCOLN "Mark of the Vampire," sensational detective mystery, comes to the Lincoln theater. Friday and Saturday. Strange "un-dead" things that roam in the night, a. haunted castle that is the center of the gruesome cult, a detective who pits his wits against supernatural horrors, figure in the hair-raising story. Every role has a "name" player, even the briefest flash on the screen. Lionel Barrymore, Bela Lugosi, Jean Hersholt, who scored in "Men in White"; Lionel Atwill, of "Murders in the Wax .Museum"; Elizabeth Allan of "David Copperfield," Jessie Ralph, who played Peggotty in that production; Henrv Stenhenson of "The Night Is Young," Leila Bennett. New York stage star; Ivan Simpson, Donald Meek, Michael Visaroff and many others are among its principals. Opposite Lugosi is Carol Borland, the long-hunted "Vampire Woman". Wallace Ford's latest screen appearance is in the starring role of the amusing comedy-drama, "I Hate Women", which also comes to the Lincoln, Friday and Saturday. He also has been seen recently in "Three- Cornered Moon," "The Lost Patrol," "My Woman," "East of Fifth Avenue" and "Central Park.", UOCT HOLD CUTS \i DOWN SCORE. no action on Coney Island's informal | Boston and Brooklyn days, Val Plni- npplication for dates of Aug. 23 to i nich— now manager o( the Senators Oct. 12, but approved dates of Aug.) ----- ------- - ..... 1 to Sept. 28 for the fall meeting at! The Hawaiian alphabet has only Bculah park, Grove City. . ' 12 letters'. EoimtL Trip Tal From MASSILLON SATURDAY, JULY 20, AUGUST 3 16-DAY EXCURSION $19.60 ATLANTIC CITY Good In Coaches or Pullnun Ours Reduced Konnd Trip Slrjplng Car Sales SATURDAY, JULY 20, AUGUST 3 Ectnniing Sunday Night Good iu Coaches Only $4.00 .CINCINNATI leave MnsslUon 10.52 P. M. Reduced Bound Trip SsllroaA and Sleeping Car lares oaci wcek-oni. PENNSYtVANIA ' V- ; Rfcl LRb'AD Players in the habit of gripping the club on the very end waste about ten strokes p3r round. I have a pupil who stubbornly held to this practice Only the other day did I get, him to hold his iron clubs two or three inches down from the end. The long hold made him wild on his second shots. He would take three j or four shots to get on the green on j an easy par four hole. He didn't have j complete control of the club and invariably would look up before impact. As soon as he adopted the short hold his 'wing became smoother. He j had plenty of v/rist action and felt: that he had full control of the club. I He had no trouble putting has second shots on the green. Many ofj them stppped close enough to the pin : to afford him a putfc for a "birdie. It' cut 15 strokes off his regular game. It will help your game. Take a shorter hold on all of your clubs. The; average in both distance and direc- j tion will be better than you've ever: had before. WID-ATLANTIC SCORES fBy Tho Associated Pr^s.) At Johnstown -, Charleston 1. At Zancsville ', Hiintington 5. At Akron 1, Bcc'rflcy 8. At Dayton 3, Portsmouth 0. PETER-AT-I.AW WINS COLUMBUS, July 18, (ff>)— Peter- j At-Law, driven by Wayne Smait, | carried the colors of Conger and j Reed, of Aashland, O., to victory in i all three dashes for the Elks national j convention purse, harness racing feature at the state fair ground yesterday. Peter-In-Law was a recent Grand Circuit winner. Ellen Volo won both dashes for two-year-olds. Worthy Bnrtott raced home first in the second and third'dashes of the 2:20 pace after Eleanor Girl took the firs*. CLAIM FORFEIT Trie Boerncr Cigars claim a forfeit from the Lucky Aces because of the Aces' failure to appear for a game, Wednesday. Friday at 6 p. m. the Cigars will play the City Merchants on Whittier field. i Part of ths Red Sea is known as , an Jndeiwodent OJasjUied ^d,lPpul bajr—it's on the Egyptian side, THESE FOOTPRINTS THE VflLUE LOOK! 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