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MONTANA^STANDARD, BUTTE, WEDNESDAY'.MbpNJNG,-!SEF»f EMBER 12, T934, Tiger Lead Cut to 4 Games, Red Sox Win in llth — •--* * ._. ' - • .' I' •' ' . •-.,-- & • • . ••••!. . •" ' J - ' * ',•.•••-. 1 * il GIANTS STOP PIRATE JINX FORJ4WN Late Rally Regains 4]/ 2 Game Lead as Cards Split Brace With the Phillies; Cubs and Dodgers Cop. ;NEW - YORK,' Sept; 11.—W—Roy Parm'elee 'and the Giants ended Pittsburgh's- "winning streak after seVen >tra.ghfc triumphs today with a 3-to-l victory that checked the Giants' .string of losses at tlirce and a<Ided a-half game to Now York's lead in the National league pennant race. As-the second-place Cardinals split with Ihe : Phillies, the .Giants' marstn was strekhed-to Wt sames. Parmelee limited tlie Buts to six hits In a mound duel* with. Bill Swift In which only'.one (tee ticket to first was Issued.- Farmetee - hit Tommy Thevenow with a pitched ball in : tho third. Manager Bill Terry won the game for Parifielee In the elthth when he belted a slnelc to drive m Joe Moore ana Hughey Crltz with the win- nlqff runs. Score: '•»* PJltsburib. | New Yort. v ABH O A! ABJfOA. b Yr"n'r ct 4'-1.2 Ol Moore If 110 L'iiUom If 4 1 1 OJCrltz 3b 433 P W'n'r rl 4' 1 3 'JJTercy .ib - 41 10 3 Vayeh'n ss 4 1 4'2iOttrf 411 Trarnor 3b 3 13 j|Jackson ss 4 1 fl Satir 3b-- 305 tlVelbrr cf 501 T.venow J3o 2 1 3 5: Mancuso e 3 1 3 Padrfpn c 302 0|Ryan 2b 300 Bwlft 'p 300 OjPannelee p, 3 1 1 - Totals , 30 .624 8| Totals 32 D 27 16 Score by innings: Pittsburgh 000 100 000—1 New Yorfc 001 000 02x—3 * Summery: • Runs -— LIndStrom,. Mooic. Ccltr, Mancuso. Errcre—None. '.Huns batted IB—CrUz, Traynor. Terry 2. Two-baso hlts^CrilE, Terry. Left on bases--Ne-r York-A, Pittsburgh 3. -,- '•' PHILS SPLIT CARD BRACK. .PHILADELPHIA. Sopt. 11. — (& t — The PhliUes and St. Louis »pllt B double bill today,,'the Quakers winning, the first tray. 5 to 0. and the Red Birds taking (lie second. 6 lo 4. Srlvesler Johnson allowed the Car'ds only five hlls i» the oprnluc tUt, whit el-his leammales Bounded Tex Carle- ton'-lor :tl\'t ;uns in - the first, aided by hoMfi .-runt by Allen, CamlIHa and J. Mcrore. 'Scores: ' 'First •jame— -.- . St. Louti. I Philadelphia. •"'• ':• ABH O A - , ABK O A Martin Sb ^ 0-I 2}G Darls cl 3 053 RothT'fc ri-4.2 3 OjBartel. rs 3 1 1 .1 Frfsch 3b" 3 1 ^ liChiozza 2b 434 . 1 0 J Moore rf 4 2 : If 3 0 J-crinsMb-3 0 a 0 Alien » Dflancey c 2-0 2 JjCftmlHl Ib OxnltfcC 322 OjWalters 3b D'rocher ss 3 0 3 SITodd c CarMon j> J 0 0 ;}Johnsou p •Fullfe ' -.\ 0 0 0! H&lncs.p 0001; tcr&vlord : 1 0 0 Oj 'Totals 28 5?ili; Totals 301 l' 2- 0 30 92113 ' •Billed-tor Citleton-ln "6U • .jBatKd [or HAlhes In 9th. SCor« by. innings:" Btr 'Louis: „;.,,;. 000 000 000-0 Philadelphia ................ 100 220 OOx—5 SumriVary; Runs — Battell, :chlozza, J. Moqier, Allen, Camilll. Errors—None/ Runs biUcd In—J,-Moore 3;'Allen, Camllll. Two- base hlts^Cnlozza,' 'BaiteU, Rothrock. Horn* runs~--A)\eu, '.-pamlllU - J, Moor*, 1 Stole*) basts—Chlozia, J. Moore- SacrilLcts — G; Davis, AHen, ' teft on b&ses- Philadelphia 6. St. LOU Is 2.' • . SEcbtld ' game— n, H. E, 8t. : LOUls 300 030 000-6 9 0 ........ 000 003 001—4 \ • • flatteries ~- HaHabaii, CarUton ani} Davis;: Hanson, A. Moore, E. Moore,' DaVfs arid-Wilson. L .-CUB ROOKIE BLANKS TlltAVES^ ; BOSTON,. Sept/ ll,-^—Bill Lee.' tall rlffht-hand Chicaio -Cub li'urler, "snut out the Braves here today, 2 to 0, allowing the Tribesmen only six hits. Lee's victory his twelfth, matching the number of sanies fae v lost. - Score: i Chic a KO.. . \ Bo it on. ' ' AB H O A' . AD H O A Hack 3b 3220 Urbantkl ss 3 1 4 ' W H'r'n 2b * 0 0 JJT'mpson, rf < 1 7 ; Cus-lcr cf 203 0> Jordan Ib 4 0 11 I Stcp'son If * l 3 i)'Berber cf 4 1 1 < Stalnb'k rr 4 1 4 l>[H Ltc If 410 narlnett c 3 3 3 01 McManus b 303: Grimm Ib -J 012 f>1 Wbltncr 3b 4 0 1 Jurses *ss 306 aiHn?Bji c 3 ~0 0 W. ; Lce p 4.00 ?[ tspohrer o o 0 i . | Brandt P 4 3 0 : Totals 31 6 27 11 j Tolals 33 6 27 I tRan for Hojau in 9th. Score .by innings; .Grilc'afio" 001 001 000—' Boston -.-..........-.-;...,'.i,.- 000 000 000—0 Summary: Runs—-Hack, Stalnhnck, Runs batted in—3t«phenson, HarlncU. Two-basi hits—Had: J, Hartnelt, Herffcr. Left on bases—Chicago ff, Boston 9. DODGERS CHECK RED ROOK. -BROOKLYN, Sept. 11,—W—The Dodger easily .defeated the Reds, 5 to 2, today as ErnlJ ((.Dutch) Leonard limited (he last- place club to four hits and didn't i>ais batsman. Lee Orlsson, rookie IcJt-hander who started for Cincinnati, falJed to retire a ••man In the first, when the l5< scored four runs. Score: . Cfnelnnall. | DTooSi'vn. AB H O M AB H O f Adams 2b 4 10 3iChapm'n rf 4 Blade" SB \ 1 -I 4|L Prey ES 2 Kbenlt 3b 4 0 0 4K'neckc cl 4 0 14 OlTaylor If 3 O'Cu'nello 3b 4 o 0 i Jordan 2b 4 l-siripp ib 3 Q! Lopez c 3 MLeonaid 1 0 1 1 IS 1 0 0 2 BolMey -ib Hafe? cl 412 Poo) If- 312 .Loo;bardl c 3 0 Com'sky rf 3 0 Qrlssom' p 0 0 Kc'.p p 200 tMcCorm'lc' 1 o 0 QJ Wl5t*rt p 0000] Totals -33 42416| ToUls 29 62717 Satt«d : for Kolp In-Sth. Bco're by Innings: . ClndrmiU -...,,,.,.,, 000 030 &00-—a Broolclyn .." 400 000 lOx—! Summatj: Runs-^Hafey, Tool, Chap K&eneckc,. Taylor, Jordan, Lopcc. Errors— BpttomJey. Jordan 2 Runs batted In, ~ Pool, Lombard!, Koenecke, Jordan " 2 Strlpp, Chapnian. Two-base lilts—Chap many Jordan. Thtee-baie hit—Pool. Slolen base—Cha&man. . SatrJflcea—Prey, Leon »rd; : L«lt'on bases—Cincinnati 3, Brook " Englewood to Start^Today Atffrinf to a (ille they just tr»iss«I last year, Enjlewood grld- den will ortanlze for the coming Intercity league race at I o'clock thta afternoon, when they gather at their clubhouse with tint practice Knloni to start as soon as pOMibfe thereafter a* Clark park Ray Erickson will afain be play• er-coach -for the Sooth Men. -Haiw "Dutch" Talpt U manager FR*.LEY THROWS MANNAGOF BAN FRANCISCO, Sept-. II.—fltf Pat Praley, Boston heavy*elgh thfew Iyi|n Manringoff, itussla, i fy'e first and third falls, the Jatte In V aecoadj, here tonight. Yarosz LiftsJUn STEEL TOWN BOY, FAVORED, EASY WINNER Y.M.C.A. BOWUNG KHVANIANS, BANKERS HIGH. Metals Bankers rolled high total : 2,503 and Coca Colas best game ' 875 but only the Pennzollers were :>le to. win three straight games as he Platinum league opened its an-: ual race last night. George Schnel- r of the bankers was high tndi- dual with game of 224 and total f 609. In the Lead league Kiwan- ns had top total of 2,212, Conoco oostcfs best game of 773 while hey and The Target quints each on two out of three games. Dr. nglierlnl paced individuals with i2 and 516. Scores: PLATINUM LEAGDE. Butte Battery. arrinzton 149 197 11&— 455 »wl:!ns 12) 163 llfvan 159 137 lomas ns 202 James 207 156 161— 445 125- 42» 127— SOT 183— 646 719—2383 314 B55 MelaH Bank. 132 152 178— 462 192 160 156— 509 140 136 128— 401 -45 174 200— 519 224 214 171— GOQ 634 536 833—2503 Duller nrtzeLI Boulter Thompson . Boulter .. Totals llbcrt Lestel Grand Hold, 155 I 127 1 181 1 167 184 161 204 . 814 817 £x[uess. . 144 120 . 106 115 , 186 147 , 125 18S 141 178 197— 520 170— 451 100- 435 1BO— 453 IBJ— 163 128— 443 146— 470 169 755 837—2361 Illlams . anaway rlsch ., Irard .., U 111 i-.i ... Totals . hella otty len hullc .. rker ... Totals .. F-enmollm 170 138 177 168 171 120 20 156 l&O— 528 180— 515 H&_ 405 155 121 159 163 125 111 116 183 132 IBB- 1C.I IDS— 312 116— 38E 162— SOI 150_ 415 737 697 722—J153 Tickell . A. Ryan R. Dial . JES SmHu Bsi'atovtc. Totals ... Totals ... •nartt Ison lompjon , utdy Totals .. Teiaeo Fircehle/s. 213 153 .. 105 .. 14S .. 148 .. 774 .. 771 :a-foU, .. 123 .. 185 .. 123 . 1544 ,., ISO 121 144 125 198 741 HI— 501 190— 479 13G— 387 177— 451 203— 5W «SR—2373 741 656—331J 195— 462 111— 495 164— 5W 153— 4fiS 165— 457 875 768—2386 144 199 219 171 also... peels .. arkln ash H5 158 llrisly ... chatter . DEhcrlnt Harblns Wholesale. 133 128 129 114 117 140 650 L 621 Klnanlt Club. 134 153 132 143 162 150 143 107 160 203 115— 37S 136— 353 115— 31S HI— 403 IBI— 483 701—1975 163— 452 143— 4KI 146- 17! 03— 313 145— 61li 760 057 695 2212 ymons rcrlerlckson tnreeu-° oEcrs Totals i'ollej-'s ! imnlughaiu \ondn tunhi Jreirovlcli Evankovlch Totals • Honsters. .. 166 12 .. 123 15 ., 13G 8 .. 131 18 GSfl Shoii. 130 74 148 132 114 172— 460 135— 393 1A4— 371 13B— 451 1B4— 481 773—210} 105— 470 107— 26 161— 46 136— 422 144— 13 705 C07 745—205 Hark ... ulHvan Qould „ letrlch Slsh Totals \ruzio . Luno .. otr .... iQlatl :olly ... TolalA ahnran .. acobs ucnnovich 'orthain .. Vakloy .... Totals ... hlppen ... Texaro Slarfak. 155 182 132 118 ;31 )24 131 111 131— 46S 135— 3D. 1 176—43: 135— 414 123— 338 645 600 101—2016 m . 103 153 136 . l!9 . 638 151 140 155 157— 42 107— .150 115— 45 130— 3&_ 113— 353 703 &S7— 2013 inlina Hardware. 130 1.11 101 106 133 137 110 09 139 148 637 621 The Tarcet. 161 160 112 136 154 113 130 132 120 139 113— 111 113— 326 156— 42i 145 354 163— 450 726 — 1071 147— 4S3 113159— 426 130— 360 151— 670 668 €39—2016 TOMC.IIT'S SCIIKUUI.i:. 7 o'clock, Zinc league—shiners No. 3'vs. g's Middleweight Laurels Fast Left Jab Keeps Vince Dundee in Constant Trouble, to Cheer 28,000 Pennsylvania Fans. New 160-Pound Ring Champion FORBES TTBLD, PITTSBURGH, Sept. 11.—(/P>—Teddy Yarosz, a smart youngster from the little steel town of Mqnaca, Pa,, tonight won the world's middleweight championship by defeating the veteran Vince Dundee In a slashing is-roimd battle before the greatest throng ever to witness a flghk in the tri- st4itc area. An estimated 28,000 fans pftld approximately $70,000 to see the old ring master .vanquished. Carrying the attack with a light- i ning left jab that had the 30-year- old champion on defense most of the battle, Yarosz piled up enough i points to win the decision of one i judge and the referee. Yarosz weighed 157U and Dundee 158',i. j New di.'iinp Hie FavorHe. ' The challenger went into the ring a six to five favorite but his margin of victory was wider than that. Smashing lefts sent Dundee backing into tlie .ropes on a half dozen occasions. He valiantly tried to defend himself but the lightning left Jolted' him repeatedly, rocking him Lo his heels in the final round. Yarosz capped his victory with a strong two-fisted attack iji the llnnl round, driving Dundee around :he ring with wicked body punches and straight Jnbs that sent Dundee nto clinches. The fight opened slowly but they Jegan mixing up savagely In the sixth. Yarosz got In a succession of lard rights to Dundee's Jnw and le followed' up the advantage with in aggressive attack. Old Clmiinj Fades a( End. Yarosz was strong at the finish, but Dimrte^ was tiring, and b'.ood itreamed from a bruised left eye. Dundee, whose 11 years of fight- ng have taken him against many contenders, put up a champion-like stand, but (lie more youthful fight- r's stamina was too great. Throughout the long struggle the dethroned champion probaMy had vivid memories of two previous ion-title defeats at the hands of tills youth, whose left honJ s.iot out ike a piston whenever the fighters got close together. The Preliminaries. Prelims resulted as follows: Johnny Durso, 130Vj'r Pittsburgh, technical knockout over Mnity Gor- nlck, 139'i. Pittsburgh (4i. > Ross Fields, 127};. Weirton, W. Vn., knocked out Jo; Fortunonl, 124V;. Canton, .Ohio (5). Young Sluhley, Chicago, 151. knocked out Al Saibano, 153, Syracuse, N. Y, (21. Paul Plrroiic. 157',;, Cleveland, de- clsioned Al Diamond, 158(i, Patcr- son, N. J. (8). MORE STARS ARE BEATEN AT BROOKLINE Goodman, Fischer, Guilford, Other Known Amateur Aces Lose; Dunlap, Defender, Is Hard Put. Daniels ... McCarthy ... McGcshan ... McOuIrl McLevy ...... Totals ..... Mulkh .. Judd A. MlhtHeh . B. Gereurich I,. Mltiellch .. Totals Teddy Yaroiic Showing close decisions in previous non-tille bouts were no flukes, Young Yarosz of Monaca, Pa., last night won even more decisively ill a 15-ronnd championship scrap with Vince Dundee for the world's middleweight championship. Yarosa carried the fight to ihe old champ throughout, according to press reports, with a stiff left Jab giving him his winning edge. 7 KANES IT IN FIELD OF 12 SHOOTERS Seven of the K«nc beys, led by P. "E. with a break of 38 'out of 50, participated In a field of 12 shooters in a twilight trap event at the Butte Gun range last night., Joe Latimer hacl high average with a count of 24 out cf 25 here with ninny, Butte gunners expected to participate in n (cist at Daer Lodge tonight, as a final tuneup for the upland bird season which opens Sunday. Last n!ffht's scores hers, at singles: Shoi Bk. nt P. E. Kailft , , 33 50 J. P, Katie , 3G 50 R'.clurd Kane 3'2 50 Jor> Fomctt ;,'. 30 so Dr. O'Kecfc 22 50 Joe l.ntfm?r ',...,.21 25 Joe Kanr 'Jl John Knnn , 20 Pal Knnc in Mrs. La timer L<1 Dr. Day 16 25 BID Knnr ..15 23 McLarnin Works While Ross Rests FOREST HILLS, N. Y.. Sept. 11.— M'l—The' Inst of America's Davis cup singles players dlsappcnred from sight for the season todny as Wilmer Allison, Toxns vcterAii who couldn't, make this j'car's tenm, ojinltflcd. ns R forloni hope lo meet Fred Perry, Briton's event defending champion. In the Ilnal tomorrow for the men's nnllonnl singles tcnnH clinmplonshtp. The slightly stooped Allison, plnyjnff ns grlmlv jis he R^'or did in his life, blasted Sidney B. Wood, blonde New York singles ace o[ the c»p team, out of the tournament, in one semi-final, 6-3, Q-2, 6-3, as Perry eliminated in (lie other, his British traveling companion from South Africa, left-handed Vonion G. Ktr- by, C-2, 2-6, 6-4. 6-2 \n a cute exhibition of patter ball nt Its best. By ALAN GOULD. BROOKLINE, Mass., Sept. 11— (IP) —The skies cleared today, after the big deluge, but the golf lightning struck Just the same, wrecking a [lock of youthful championship hopes and scorching a few others before the second ro'ind of the national amateur tournament was completed and the original field of 184 starters reduced to a sturdy band of 64 sharpshooters. . Chief among the day's casualties was Nebraska's slim Johnny Goodman, hero of many a great golfing battle but still pursued by a jlux in the amateur classic as he was stopped for the second .straight year his first match. GoGclrmm Loses at 19th. Despite a three-hole lead, gained within the first four holes, Goodman was subsequently outplayed and finally beaten one up nt the 19th hole, by 16-year-old Bobby Jackson of Dea, N. J., now the youngest . survivor in thd tournament. Jacobson shot spectacular golf to eliminate the former open king and Walker cup star. After starting nervously and losing the first two holes, the Jersey youngster a pupil of Craig Wood, shot the remaining 17 holes in even par. He squared the match at the nhitii, twice took the lead OH the incoming nine, only to have Goodman rally, mid finally, beat Johnny at the latter's own game—chipping and putting. Jacobson had six one-putt greens' m the last 10 holes. Dunlap Hard Pressed. T h e younger generation of American amnteur golf otherwise experienced a succession of reversals while George Terry Dunlap jr., of New York, starting the defense of his title, had a narrow escape from elimination before he rallied to f down an old rival, W. B. McCol- ! lough jr., of Philadelphia, one up in ! Bronco 18 holes. • . Dunlap. two down at the turn and playing bRdly, steadied to negotiate the last, eight holes in even par, square the match at the fourteenth and hold off his rival's closing challenge safely. Goodman, first of the day's favorites to tumble, was quickly joined by Billy Howell of Richmond, Va., a member of the 1932 Walker cup MARQUETTE BOWLING DANIELS, MOXOMS HIGH. M. Y. Daniels' Insurancemen rolled high total -of 2,730, paced by Mc- Qulrl's Individual high of 615 in the Butte league last night. Campbell Cornermen had high game of 9fl2 and also won three straight for their, opening night as. Conoco Oilmen won two. In the Commercial league Moxom Cafe, Butte Beer and Gump teams each won two games, Moxoms having high total of 2,556, Board of Trade high game of 938, while Jacobson of the Metals Bankers was high individual with 592. Scores: BUTTE LEAGUE. M. Y. Daniels. 169 163 iso lea H7 ]B2 224 503 191 195 019 . Garaie. 133 223 140 186 135 158 164 157 161 184z 193— 522 169— 539 11& 475 183— 615 193—579 923 83 a—3730 \6',— 523 166— 492 H9— 442 134— 455 161-- 512 E. CIsrlM Lora B. Clarke . Rosselett .. Harvey .... Tolals .. Phillies .. C'orklsh .. Ktllfr Glc«50n D. Lcary K. Leary Totals .. Dosen .... Marchl ... Hani Ohoulnard Smoke Campbell's Col 154 189 190 149 181 210— 542 190—, 56'.! 176— 537 187— 512 1E19— 560 Chill KlnE. 143 158 170 120 211 563 562—2713 189 184 132 149 177 171— 509 169— 531 127— 433 127— 396 171— 562 814 331 791—243^ Conoco Oil. 193 ... 191 222 192 163 159 168 155— 538 181— 543 181— 510 M. i M. Bar. 180 206 179 107 149 324 8102625 191 ISO 145 178 160 157— 52B 177— 533 128 452 183— 555 161— 479 911 833 805—2550 Lean Kueck.s ... Plcsslner-r 13. Plnberg COMMERCIAL LEAGUE. Jloiom Ca(e. 166 176 157 , 171 199 203 158 174 162 191 161 — 498 164—541 *"i5 ...... 51^ 136 — 463 179—534 693 8G8 795—2555 Holm Regan ... Sapar ... Sctinclltr Totals '. Metals Bank. -31 154 team, his fellow Virginian, Chandler Harper; Johnny Fischer of Cincinnati, NEW YORK, Sept. 11.—(/Pi—Barney Ross continued his vacation from ring work today in observance of the Jewish holidays but Jimmy McLarnin, no religious barriers in his way. went through a full training session In preparation for their return la-round welterweight championship bout in Madison Square Garden 'bowl Saturday night. Betting opinion still held Ross as the favorite to retain his title but little money was being wagered. Some commission houses said the Chicago champion was receding in ixibllc favor and that some bets i'ere being: placed at only 7 to 5 but his movement, was not general, Success Market; Postotlice No. 1 vs. N. V, General Ofllce: suite Stove vs. Montana Service Corporation; Symons Store vs Mabcnbces. 9 o'clock, ladles—Moonstones vs. AKAICS; Sapphires vs. Diamonds; Emeralds vs. Penrls; Rubles vs. Rhinestones. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HERE ARRANGES FOR NOV. 10 GAME OF GRIZZLY, BOBCAT IN BUTTE "Bariy indications point to another banner crowd licrc \vhcn University of Montana Grizzlies and Montana state college Bobcats play their great annual football game at Clark park Nov. 10," Alox Remneas, chairman of the Butte chamber of commerce's sports committee, announced early yesterday afternoon. Remneas was in a position to know all the details of the subject he spoke.on for his committee, which will handle publicity throughout the state arid all details for tho game hero, had Just conferred with representatives of the schools concerned. Kirk Baglcy and J. Tucker repre-^ stilled the university, with Pal Do- HA Iff DELAYS POLO. NEW YORK, Sept. 11.—(.T)—A nr cloudburst over Long Island ate yesterday which soaked the turf International Field at the Meadow Brook club brought postponement todny of the first match of the East-West polo series from tomor- ow until Saturday. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. Nw Ollonm. H: Nashville. 8. Knoxvllle, 8-1: Memphis, B-13., Atlanta. 2-6; Birmingham, 1-3. ChattanooEe, u-2; Little nock.' M. Ian representing the college. Cham- ! bcr committee members lu attendance, in addition to Chairman Remneas, were E. .J. Nash, A. W. Merklc, J. L, Markham and Ben Hardin. Reduced prices which were inaugurated last year will prevail again this year. Top prices this year as last will be $1.65 per.Ticket. w^th. -other seats selling at $1.10. Previous to last year's reductions the prices were $2.10 and $1.40,.respec lively. Tlie chamber will' promote the game in the interest of both schools, a« il has each year since 1926. . . .. Special .rates will, prevail on all railroads..'The ticket sale will be made from the chamber and si local busine-is In connection with the staging of the game will be handled by the chp.mber's committee: ". . "' ' '• ' ' .tar on this year's international play, and twice former medalist in the national tournament, nnd Tommy . Goodwin of Monroe, N. Y. Fischer Loses ut 31st. Fischer, in the day's ' longest match, went to 'the twenty-first hole before yielding to a "dark " horse" from Chicago, Al Anderre- 2 5 ! gen, who sank nil eight-foot putt on ss: the eighteenth for a birdie that ;»I squared the match nnd then outplayed Fischer nt the finish. Howell lost out iiv the 19th to Reynolds Smith of Dallas, Texas., state • champion, who shot a birdie three to decide the match. Harpsr was eliminated' by a southern rlvtil, Thacl Street jr., of Charleston, one up. In another dig dong struggle. Taller fell befoie 19-year-old Wilfor(l Wehrlc of Racine. Wis., also by one up, and Winficld S, Day, Chicago, defeated Goodwin one up in 19 holes. Detroit Bobby Jones Loses. Mcnnwhf.c, Bobby Jones, 18-year- old Detroit hero of the first round who conquered Francis Ouimet of Boston, was promptly put out by the Bayard South Jersey. The tournament's youngest starter, Billy Dettweiler of Washington, D. C., wns turned back by Frank Ford of Charleston, S. c., •! and 3. The old guard lost one of its stalwarts, Jesse Guilford of Boston, as tho home town talent continued to fare bndly, but two of the grandest veterans of them all, Chick Cvnns of Chicago, and Chandler Egan of California, came through with flying colors and will meet tomorrow In the most coloj-Jul match of the third round. i Sullivan .. McrzlRk .. McCarthy Mcoulr] .-. Lee 179 '145 143 193 131 141 148 IBS 110 136 138 21J— 59? Ill— W 153— 411 161— 13: 130— 4H 765 809—23.9.7 116 173 175 145 103 more experienced C. Mitchell II, champion of • (By tlio Associated Press.) John Moore or the Phillies polincicrt hts way Into the BIB six yesterday, replacing Kit:} Cuyler In List place as he inad-i threo hits In caclt same o[ n double* hearter and nddlnc four points to his av- erace for a .310 marl:. Ctiylcr dropped a point to .339. S1VAT STANDINGS. - . • O 'AH R H Pel. Qchrit. Yankees 138 53S 113 132 .364 P. WMier. rirales ....130 637 107 191 .381 Manush, senators ....I3S S07 $9 IQ2 ,li9 rlmer.-Tliers lit 53S vet 1S1 .357 Tetry, alants 136 Kl 10J 1M .ssi J.'Moore, Pliilllci .....IIS 133 61 KT.S40 • . HOME RDN STANDINGS. • Hota« Rum Yeslet'day—Troslcy, Indi Orftmer,. Athletics; J. Moore, Allen, Pirates; Camilll, PhllHu. Thf [^fde'rs—GchTli, Yankees, 4S: Foxx Mhltllcs, (It oil, Oltnts. SI: Trojks-, Indians, K: Collins, Cardinals, 11; Bercec Braves,"33. Uacoc Totals— Am trie in J38; N>ll(in«l K), Toltl, 1,341, Cote R, Rllcy Dennetts Evans Slrlebeck ...810 63? of Trail?. 138 113 141 188 119 125 16B 131 349 IGG 117— 465 198— 563 166— ,«i J73— 453 180— 521 894—2530 110— 451 193— 52 j 101— 441 -211— ISA 203— 531 Totals ............ 691 tfO D38— 2445 D. Trewholla S. Gerry Schulte Thomas W. Trcsvhelll The. flumps. ....... 128 185 157 181 22G 170 162 117 191 169 Totals 864 851 7 U. S. Blllldtnr nnd Loan. Baker Rodda ,149 Klstier 173 Marshall 190 Evans 135 1)6 208 1S2 16ft 150 160 473 l,=iO— 4Bfi 125— S21 166— 4 113— 532 i*—243; 170— (73 162— £39 159— 4S1 183- 541 136— 111 812 8H 830—2435 Totals TONIGHT'S SCIIEDUIA:, 7 o'clock. Ijnkeshore league—Mtdfrons vs. Masliies; Drivers vs. Niblicks; Brassies Putters. . ^ . ' 9 o'clocV, NRA league—Ed's Market . Fashion Barbers; Auto Electric Englnec,'.-, vs. Royal "Dakery; Combination vs. Had Rooster Tavern. • . Pacho Stops Ran in Third Round NEW YORK, Sept. 11.—Wi— Bobby Pacho, California, welter- ^•elght, continued his successful eastern campaign tonight by stopping Eddie Ran of . Poland . in the third round at the Coney Island velodrome. Ran suffered a bad cut over his left eye early In the third -round and the referee- stepped in and halted the fight after one minute 55 seconds. Pacho was leading on points at the time. He weighed HI pounds, Ran'HSU. ' GROVE COPS OVERTIME RELIEF DUEL AGAINST RONE, BY 4-3, AS YAHKS SPLIT WITH BROWNS " . . ' ' - _:_ . '_ .'•'•• • __ - • - -"• • '* goiters'. Single,,: Fen-ell's : Double on End : Check.' • Bengals; Chi Sox Top : Solons in- llth * While A's Turn on Indians. ";' DETROIT, Sept. 11.— yr>)— The. skill of Lynwcod (Schoolboy) Rowe was'i pitted against the .'equal cunning of Robert Moses Grove today and the ' Boston Red Sox. defeated the league leading Tigers, 4 to 3 in an 11.* inning contest. Going to "the mound in the eighth inning to relieve the- harassed Alvln Crowder, off whom Boston had. scored three runs and' six hits, Rcwe worked the remainder of the. game, allowing four hits, two' of them dovetailing .for the .winning run. The Tigers were able to get' but six hits off the. successive offerings of Henry Johnson and Grove ' The Ja tier- became the Boston, pitcher in tile ninth and limited the Tigers' - to but cne hit. Boston won the game in the llth when Solters singled and 'scored on Ferrell's double into right! field. Score: Boslon AB H O A iDMrolt AB H O A Bishop 2b 4 L 3 3-WhHe Cf ' H -1 3. 0 Werber 3b 412 OiCochrane c 4 1 43 -' ^ tf 4 0 .4 0[G'rlhg'r 2b *"0 1 I Reynolds- If 5 I 1. OlGr'nbsrE Ib 3 012 0 Bolters it 526 OlRosell ss 5226 R. Perrel c4 1 5 2lGosHn 5f, 5060 Morgan Ib 4 1 9 IjOwcn 3b 4331 ,ry is 31.3 6i\VaH:er rf 4' 0 3 0 H. J'hns'h D 3 2 0 olCr'wder -p 2 o o I Grove P ZOO 21 Howe p 2-0 00 cf I 0 0 0 Tolftls 381033141 Totals-'. 38 63312 t Batted for White In 9lli. Boston 001 100 100 01 — 4 Detroit 003 003 103 00—S Summary: Runs—Reynolds. Goiters. Morgan, Lary, Greenbere 2, Roeel]. Error— Lary. Runs batted in—R. Fcrrcll 2. Owen 2, Bishop. H. Johnson. Tvro base hits—Soltere. Bishop, Larr, Werber.. R. Ferrell, Oven. Sacrifices—Aim a da. "Owen. Irfft on btiEOS—Detroit 9. Boston : 8. Win- Ins pitcher— Drove. loosing pitcher— Roue. TANKS ANJ> BROWNS SPLIT. ST. LOUIS, Si?pt. 11.. -(;PJ—The Yankees and -the Browns spltt their closing double COLORED GIANTS LEAVE.- The lonely colored boy, walking the streets here just now is Manager Doug Jackson. Doug led his Colored Giants to the Intiercity league .pennant, defeated City All- Stars by 12-6 aiid, then Jack'Frost drove his ball club, back to its and his old home town of Arkadelphia, Ark. Cold mornings sent his. gang flying south yesterday While Doug is all festooned up with an engage- in en t to ke ep win do ws clean a t Wein's store on East Park street until they come back in the spring^ EMPLOYED BOYS MEET. Director B. J. Gunderson has called an organization riie^ting for the local employed boys' annual football league ra,ce. Plans will be "discussed at a meeting called for/, 7:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. this evening. . •• • BASEBALL Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE. N't- w York St. LOU's ClilccKO ,.. Boston Pittsburgh Brooklyn Philadelphia Cincinnati v.Won ................. 86 .... ............. 81 Lost Pel. 50 .632 51 .600 SS .582 63 .51=. 66 .500 16 .433 83 .371 85. .361 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. PittslmreU I. New .York 3. St. Louis 0-6. Philadelphia 5-*. • Cincinnati 2, Brooklyn 5. Chicago 2, Boston 0. header toddy. New opener 1 to 4 with winning assault Dick CoIItuan and BUI "McAfee and St 1 St. Louis takfug (he sunset edition 7 to 3i by cuffing Johnny Allen and Jimmy De-; shone when the hits counted. -The even* break along with Detroit's defeat, enabled. the-Yants to cut the Tigers' mar B ln to_four eames. New York took the season's =erlcs from the Browns 17-5, Scores: . First game — New Tork. CrosetU *s 52 RoUe-3b C'pman cf 4 Qehrlg Ib" 3 Selkirk U a Laszerl 2b S By id rf 4 Mortens c 4 iroaca p 5 Gomez p 0 OAI -1 32 4 81. Louij. * ABH OA olClift 3b 413 0- liBejmn 2b 533 1' I i Burns Ib 4 I 1 J.. '.IPepper cf 5 l 5 0> C Campbell rf 2 1 3 02 1 Garms ]f o o 1 o* c 3 2 i 14 0,' Strange ss 4 ! 0 3 1 Coffman p 2 0 1 01 McAfee p 0 0 11 Hartley 000 1 tNewsom 000 I SGrube 1 00 2 2 1 l- 1 Totals 41152710! Totals 35 9 37 7; IBattcd for CoCfman in Itb. tRan lor Hartley in 7th. SRan for McAfee in Ot.h. zBatted for Campbell in 9th, Score by Innings;, New York 102 100 120—7. St. Louis ,,... ooi 000 003—4 Summary:. Runs—CroEetl! 2, Bolft 3.'> Chapman, . Lazzerl, Bojms, Hems!*?,, Stranse. Grijbe. Errors ^- Rolfe, GehriK, Broaca. Burns 2. Runs batted ID—Chap-man. Selkirk 2, Lazzerl 2, Burns, Jorgens,, Pepppr 2, Grubp. Two-base hits— Folfej" Byrd, Croscttt 2, Lazzeil Jorgens. 6tole!i base—Lazzerl. Sacrifice—Chapman". Left on basest-New York 13, St. Louis II. Wtri- • uing pitcher— Broaca. Loslnc pitcher—' Coffraan. - ' Second name— ,- R, H B ' New York ............O&l 000 020—3 3 1 St. Louis ::..: 012 040 00x—1 7 0 Batteries—AJIen. fteshaus, Vanatia and' Jorgens; Hadley, Ncwsom and Gnitw. *" TOTMY'S GAMES., Pittsburgh at New York., St. Louis at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at 1 BrookljM)'. : Chlcaso Rt Boston. GULCH'S DEFENDING CHAMPS STRONGER FOR INTERCITY'34 INDEPENDENT GRID LEAGUE Dublin Qukliers, who won the Butlc-Anaconda Independent football league race last, year, through", a lot of smart play that upset many form followers, are going to he a lot stronger for the 1934 race they are scheduled to open Sept. 23 against the Englewood club that caused their most trouble Inst year. Gulchers couldn't start training last night for lack of a field but expect to get going tonight with most of last year's players in action, several stars from other league plubs lined up, H. Gregier frcm Columbia and Jimmy Frecbourn from Carroll college and other 1833 college stars in action. VBIrdle" Aho, old Butte high and Montana Mines ace, wlll^coach Uie club again. Dick Leary is manager aJid Tubie Jolmsou Is tlie new captain. . ' ' ".•••• Manager Leary has already lined up 37 players for uniforms for a starter. They Include, with manager and coach also, eligible: Tubble Johnson, Rogs Shea, Al Pelly, Patsy Ptoce, Wolf Holiday, Toy Laieteneh, J)m Otis, Will Tarrow, Ed MeMamu, Henry Peck, Tim O'Leary, M. Golu- bln, J.'McOirl, Waiter Smith, Mike McGany, Leonard LeRoux, Len Smith, George Smith, Wbbbey Smith, Jim Freebouni, John Sullivan, Jo« kusfttush, P»sty Spear, Ed Lyons, Ken Duff, Dago Shea, Willy Inkret; George McMillan, H. Qregicr, Johnny 'M.. Sullivan, ' Daniel Keely, Atidrew Keogh, "Oubs" Coyle and Joe GUUs. AMERICAN LEAGUE. . ; .Won Lost PC' Detroit 88 18- ,oi New York , 85 S3 .fit Cleveland • 13 Boston ....'... fi9 St. Louis 6? Wash in R ton - , 6 J Philadelphia 57 caro ; 4B 63 74 71 87 VESTKRDAY'S RKS11LT5. . Boston I. Detroit 3 (11 Innlnas). New York 7-3. St. T.ouis 4-7. Philadelphia 6. Cleveland 4. Wsshlncton 2, Chlcaco 3 OJ Inninffj). TODAY'S-GAMES. Boston at Detroit. Ne» York at SI. Louis. . . Philadelphia at Cleveland. Washington at chtcujo. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. AVOn Lost Pet. Minneaoolls ;.;..-. ;.. S3 63 .568 Columbus 31 Milwaukee 79 Indianapolis 13 Louisville ^ Toledo S3 St. Paul- ; 6fi Kansas city 63 so YESTtHDAY'S 'RESULT. KiDias City 1-0. Minneapolis 0-2. Milwaukee 5, St. Paul 6. Columbus 7-M- Indianapolis .3-10. Toledo 2, Louisville 11. A'S BEAT INDIAN HARDER. CLEVELAND, Ohio, Sept. 11,-f^,—Tlie Philadelphia Athletics evened their EBiles' with tbc Cleveland Indians today by blast-" ine Mel Harder for 13 hlU and winning B to 4. Tho rubber game will be played tomorrow, each team having two victories] in the present meeting. A home run by, Roger Cramer, the Athletics 1 'center fielder, aided In the victory. Cleveland'* attack^ was fed by Hal Trosfcr, who smashed.out^ •. his thirty-third home run o! the Reason, *.'< / new record for a local clayer. J5core H Philadelphia. t C[ertUn«. J AQH O V. ABR OAj Cramef ct 5 2 4 a! Galatzea rf * 3 010 Wilier 2b 4 0 3 SiAverlll ct S 2 40- JohtiEon If 523 0] Trosky- Ib 4291 MIHer rf 537 Oj Vosmik If 4 3 1 ft Hlssins 3b 5 2 I T. Burnett-3b 5 1 5 5 McNair ss '4 0 4- 41 Kamm 3h 5112, Finney Ib 4 2 9 U K'b'k'r ss 4123. Hayes c 4 1. 2 OiBcrB c 304 2! Cas'rella p 4 I 0 3-tRlce 1100, [Brenbelc 0000. (Harder o 2102; ]5Wi]\e'iir]i'r 1000, i Pearson p 0000* TotaU .40 13 21 \'2\ Totals 35 II rTlS. 1 Batted for Berg in 8th. ' » !Batted for Harder In 8Ih, . Score by innlnK;: > i PhUndclphla 201 CIO 110—6 Cleveland 002 002 000—-4^ SliDiiuary-- RuiiA—Crnnier 2, Warstlcr 2>Johnson, Pinncy, Avctlll, Trosky. Vosmik,' Harrier. . Errors—Cascarelln. McNair, Bur-- 1 nett 3. Huns baited in- Miller. Johnson,- , ,' Cranjpr, CascarrJJn. Trosty 3, Burnett.' Two-base hits—Johnson, Hayes- Troskr; Vosmik. Burnett, FJnney, Carcarella, Homo 1 runs-Tro&ky. Cramer. Stolen base—John-i son. Sacrifices—Galatzer, Averll], LeI5 on bases—Philadelphia. 8, Cleveland II.' Losing pitcher— Herder. ' PINCH HIT IN I ITU WINS. l I CHICAGO, Sept. 11.—Wj—A ulnch stnst* by Manager JLmmle Dykes with the base* filled and one out In the pleventh Jnnln^^ today pave tho White Sox >a 3-to-3 victor? over WafhLiigton. Score: ' shine; AnHO A'Chieato AB H O A' Bluese ss 6 0 t 4'Swans'n rf S 3 3 0 Slons rf 521 0|UhHr If 4020 Myer 2b 534 6|S1mm'iis cf 5 330 Monush If S 3 0 O'soriura Ib 4014 1 ScliUlte Cf 5 1.3 O'AppHng ss 4235 Bolton c 504 OIHayes 2b 4037 SoweU 3b 000 0]Mdudin 3b 4 1 12 Susko Ib 4 1 13 limykes 1100 Kerr 3b - 3 2 4 4lMadJeski e Harris cf 100 OiLyons P Whltehfll p 4 I t 4 totals \3 13 x 31 19 Totals ~ 38 13 33 19 x One out when winning run scored. t Batted for MauJdln in, llth. ? \^ p a5hlncton 000 000 010 10-2 Chlcaso .: ..000, 100 000 11-3 SummanV: Runs—Stone. Mycr. Simmons, MfirJeskL Errors^Sus>:o. BOIIUTA. Runs batted In—Manush 2. Swansea, Dykes. Tn-o base lilts—Myer 2. Manush, Schult?. Sacrifices — Ssislfo. Whitehlll, Ublir. Lyons. L=fL on Bases--Washlnston 11, Chicago 5. &2 .537 .5H .50? .459 .«6 .126 COAST LEAGUE. - - Wo Los Angflei ,'. • S3 Seattle ..,....-....• 45 Hollywood ,»•- *1 Mlislons 43 San Francisco 44 Oakland •• 40 Portland .t.^ 39 Sacramento .,....•..."•• ?8 Lost Pet. 39 .64fi 36 .555 36 .550 38 .531 -530 .416 .353 .337 39 43 113 WORLD MAR K FOR MEDICA. , HOLLYWOOD, Sept.. II.—lUB— Jack Medica, sensational young Seattle swimmer, broke Johnny Wefsniuller's world record (or 250 yards freestyle In a. race against time here tonight. Medica, in. an [Xhibition at.the Hollywood Athletic dub, covered HIP'distance in 2:33.8. Wfismuller's record was 3:37.. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Sacraminto 14, San FranciMo 2. Missions 5, Seattle 1. Hollywood at Portland, rain. SOUND ADVICE CLICKS, 'NEW YORK,, sept, ii.—(^n—. Sound Advice, a full brother to the good' sprinters Good Advice ' and Wise Daughter, looked more like his. better known relatives today when i he easily defeated seven other high class two-year-olds in Mho tfursery | handicap at Belmont park'. Quoted at 10 to 1, Barbara West's coll., trained by Matt Brady, and 'ridden by Johnny Gilbert.. led virtually every step of the six"-furlong trip. 1 He triumphed by three lengths to collect' $3,445 .for his* Announcing Our FALL OPENING : '- AT The Dutch Inn "Where 1 • the Windmill Turns" 300 South Main Wednesday Night, Sept. 12 INTRODUCING OUR SPECIAL LUNCK and SANDWICH SERVICE. FREE DANCE *nd ENTERTAINMENT 'ORCHESTRA

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