Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 11, 1933 · Page 8
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Ames, Iowa
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Monday, September 11, 1933
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uas DAILY nnuHi-Tiirea. AMM, IOWA. MONDAY, 11, FAAB FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS f. Oscar's Headwork! \V a—Tni»el ANTED: PASSENGER TO Aberdeen S. D. Pay part expen- ces. call 2034. Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! Guaranteed work with our super service vacuum cleaner. Palmer Plumbing Co. 108 Hayward Avt. Phone 1091 COLLEGE BOY IvANTS TRANS^ portation to California. Will chare expenses. Call 1665-W. T—Work Wanted, Fraud* EXPERIENCED WOMAN WANTS •washing, ironing, rug cleaning at borne. Young man. 20, w good driver. 473-W. WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work of all kinds. Good, clean work guaranteed. Both uptown and fourth ward. Call £034, COMP. SEC. DESIRES AFTER noon position. I. S. C. student. Phone 258-W. J»—Work Wanted, Male STUDENT DESIRES WORK FOR board and room. Write 2685 Tribune. -AotoraoMlw, Truck* for 8*I«| WE NEED USED CARS SEE US at once for trades on NEW PLYMOUTHS DODGES AND OLDSMOBILES Open Evenings W. H. Nutty Garage Plymouth • Dodge - Oldsmobile GOOD USED CARS PAINTING, PAPERING. 621 Twelfth street. WRITS TRACTOR PLOWING. 56F13. Produce FOR SALE: COME ODT AND j get' your tomatoes lor canning now. The best in season. We will get them ready for you at the right price, Jensen's Garden. Phone 1770. TOMATOES, VERY NICE, 50c BU. Pumpkins, acorn squash, large ripe, 25c doz. Melons at the farm or delivered. H. T. Farrar. =1 o± POTATOES, TOMATOES, BEANS, FOR SALE: FINE CANNING TO- matoen, 50c bu. Call 2338. 84—Jioiwehold Good* Three Good Living Room Suites Davenport and Chair $22.50 to $29.50 Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. 1930 Chevrolet . ~ Sedan 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1931 Ford •__ Coupe 1929 Plymouth . Sedan See These Cars Before You tuy Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers Phone 395 5th & Douglas 1931 Pontiac Coach All new tires. Car can't be told from new. 1931 Chevrolet DeLuxe Sedan 6 wire wheels. Cleanest car we have ever hid. Max Duitch Auto Ex. Phone 1000 " 323 Fifth Used Car Bargains! '31 Ford De Luxe coupe $265.00 '30 Ford Std. Coupe $225.00 '30 Essex Sedan $2454)0 LaSalle Sedan $145.00 Hudson Coach $25.001 Whinpet Coach S75.00J MathlSOn Motor Co. i* ; ok SALK;: PIANO, GENUINS, j- i j small Stein^fcy upright near carrots, beets, squash. O. Stone. 62F4. P. JUST WAmjL I J5HOW YOU WHAT , I HAVE ttl •raUMOtt._IF THIS HSfJT A OOt TO 'WHO POISONED ! POODLE. THEBt VOU AfiE/ A POWCCHOP 'THAT& WHAT PCOOLE &OT POISONED OM! 6tt — AIL WE MCEO IS ACUJE! IT. OSCAR? LEFT IT IN YARD, JUST HUMMED IT "HIS. rs> WHAT . WORK—i OOWT KNOW WHY I SAVED IT-JUST A HUNCH. 1 ^ f -WM, PHE' WHO ! By Blo»cg PERSON HELD THIS VERY CHOP fcONE IN HIS HANO8> IS UKIUV THE GUILTY PARTY YEAH? WELL, HOW ABOUT US CMtCKIM'UPOM THAT'S TWf OAV POOOUft TOOK SICK, AMD PHOMEO MB. CANT GET AMY PLACE WITH THAT —MO FlN6ERPftlMTB OKI IT EVERY *&OOY EAT& PORK CHOPS f SHADYSHDE.TO FIND OUT WHO HAD POttK CHOPS OKI AU6UST TWEMTY-POORTM? <M'N POP MUST UC UP TOICK TOP* IMKf O\M BCPftlBO OFTVffTH ANTOHNO SMNJUEB AMY, BUM AND GET ME. THE: WVMMEO AND THE PU EPS, AND BB1NG THE SCBEW-DWVEC OUT OF THE. CAP VOU'NO MODE. THAN CATOAOM\ TO HOW TO GET ONE W OT A TOP OFf THAN THEY \NVEKT ANOTHE.P Very Simply! Bv Cowan * VOU OPENED TWAT BOTTLE of ouves ,VET .«? Mtf HEAVENS! ALL HAVE TO DO »S JAB As HOLE W THE. TOP AND LIFT fT OFF! ALLEY OOP A False Alarm! BEAUTIFUL WALNUT FURNI- ture for sale. Bed, springs, dresser, chest of drawers with mirrors, and small chest of drawers. Also oak Princess dresser, oak library table. Phone 896. 70—fUdlo JCqolpiuett C. E. GORE'S SiSRVlCBTAi-L radio work guaranteed. 210 11th. 2011. ANYWAY COULD V OlDffT YOU HEAR ABOUT IT? TWO GUVS COME TEARIN'IN WITH A WILD YARN ABOUT A ttNO&UR HEADIN' RK3HT FDR tH 1 VILLAGE/ DINOSAUR/^ By HamKir* 76—For Sales 1— -Auto Repair* WE FIX THEM 01; They Can't Be Fixed Morrison's Garage 323 Lincdnway Phone 910 Ames. Cost J600 neW. Wonderful condition. Only $95 left to pay. Cash only. Write Critchett Piano Shop, Des Moines. FOR SALE! FRIGIDAIRE-^ICE cream containers aud restnrant booths and other articles. 'See F. W. Densmore, Story City; Iowa. •5—ApartmenU, flat* gone The Well IVs This Way! "How'll 1 know when I've three and two-thirds miles? speedometer isn't working?" "You'd better go back to town and have i fixed right away at Cliff Roberson's Garage I 13—iteautr Service I PERMANENT " END CURLS, 25c each. Oil perraanenls, for dry, brittle hair, $5.00. Allene's Beauty Shoppe. Phone 427. FOR SALE: NEW PROCESS sorghum. Musi, be tasted to be appreciated. Peterson's. 54F2. FOR SALE: CHRYSLER SEDAN. Wicker furniture. Girls bicycle. Phone 2414. TIMBER FOR SALE N.^AR AMES. H. Gould, 1131 19th St., Des Moines, la. GOOD, CLEAN FURNITURE, REA- sonable. 1346-J. FOR RENT: EXCEPTIONAL, completely equipped, modern, conveniently located apartment Just been redecorated. All drapes, covers, etc. been dry cleaned. Floors refinished. Heat, lights and water included In rent Perfect for small family (no children) or a group of friends. Must be seen to be appreciated. See your 'favorite real estate agent or phone 2036 or 101. APARTMENT, LIVING ROOM, bed room, kitchenette, private bath, private entrance. Phone 1473-W. FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND furnished dwelling. Little Brothers. Phone 196. CLEAN APARTMENTS, FURN- isned or unfurnished. Also house, 4th ward. Phone 2147-J. 76—Wanted, Miscellaneous IS—BnsineM Service Offered WANTED: IF YOU HAVE FURNI- ture or other goods you want to 'turn-into cash, call 233,8. WANTED: MEDIUM SIZED UPHOLSTERING ! glrr " bicycle - Phone 1759 " w - Refinislung Fibre Cord and | WANTED: SECOND HAND Li- Repairing Cane Seats j Cabinetwork Awnings i Antiques I Little Fyrniture Shop j Phon* 114 231 % Main [POULTRY-DRESSED CHICKENS Springs «16c per Ib. Hens 13c " " No charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435. cycle. Cheap. Phone 1589. Tl>-—Poultry for Sale 2 ROOM APARTMENT. FIRST floor. Private Lincoln way. entrance. 302 APT., LIVING ROOM, BED ROOM, kitchenette, private bath,, private entrance. Phone 1473-W. THREE ROOM, UNFURNISHED apt. with sleeping garage. Call 13S8. porch, bath, TWO EXCEPTIONALLY NICE apartments. Close to college. 319 Stanton. Phone 1137. Furnace Cleaning We clean and repair all makes of furnaces. New low prices on new furnaces. A, G. Speers Furnace and Tin Shop Phone 662 400 Main Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 , E. A. Foy NEW FURNACES Gen. furnace repair work. Furnaces vacuum cleaned. Eve trough work. F. A. GouW Phone 527-J 312 Main St. FURNACES CLEANED, $1.50. ALr so repairing if they s moke or are burnt out. We save you buying new parts. Phone 200S. WHITE ROCK FRIES, MILK FED. 2% to 4 Ibs., 17c Ib. Dressed and j delivered. Phone 371-J. TOUR CAR WASHED, THEN Duco iiolish.34, $1.00. Call 1617-W. AMES GARBAGE CO. LEW COT F Phone 2061. 33—Help Wanted, Female FOR SALE: SPRING FRIES, 50c. Drive out. 1429 Kellogg. Mrs. Weston. 8S—Rooms Without Board TWO MODERN ROOMS, FURN- ished. No other roomers. Garage. SOS Duff ave. Phone 511-J. FIRST FLOOR SLEEPING ROOM and garage. Phone 13S8. APARTMENT: THREE ROOMS, sleeping porch and Wood street. bath. 2927 APARTMENT: INQUIRE AT APT. above Gillmorfi Grocery store. FOUR ROOM Phone 662. APARTMENT. FOR RENT: •Fifth. APARTMENT. 716 NICE TWO ROOM FURNISHED apt. Close in. Adults. Call 751. TWO SMALL AFTS. las. Call 1809. 622 DOUG- FOUR ROOM Phone 2367. APT. 4TH WARD. PLEASANT SOUTHEAST ROOM. Also garage. 609-W. ROOM, COOKING PRIVILEGES. Call 1196-W. 84—Housekeeping Kooms TWO FURNISHED HOUSEKEFP- ing rooms. Phone 743-J. 04—Houses for Rent FOR RENT: SEVEN ROOM brick bungalow. Modern. Garage. 504 E. Lincoln way. $20. Phone I. J* Scott. FIVE ROOM MODERN FURNISH- ed bungalow. Hot water heat. Garage. Write 2661 Tribune. 85—Apartment*, Flat* WANTED: WOMAN BETWEEN 30 and 40 years of age to do gen- oral house work for board, room and small wage. Write Tribune £582. YOUNG COUPLE OR GIRL TO •work for room and board. Call WANTED: GIRL FOR GENERAL housowork. Part time. Phone YOO. 21—Help Wanted, Mnl* WANTKI): TO GET IN TOUCH with all members of any organ- ised labor group in the city of Apartments and houses, close to college, clean, neat, convenient, priced right. Chas. Miller, 132 Haywood Ave, SUNSET .APARTMENTS: NICELY furnished 2 and 3 room apts, Newly decorated. Light and water furnished, i blocl from campus. Phone 1467-W. FOR NICE APARTMENTS, CLOSE to campus, reasonably priced, see W. A. Countryman, 2728 Lincoln way. NICELY FURNISHED 2 ROOM apt. Heat, lights, wator Washing privileges. 815 Burnett. 12G6-W. 1 r i Dr. Troctor. APARTMENT. FOR RENT: HOUSE, FURNISHED or unfurnished. Call 4S6-J. FURNISHED HOMES, ALSO LOW- er apartments at college. 2057-W. FURNISHED HOUSE Day telephone 309. OR CHICAGO (HE)—Livestock: ,J3OGS: 70,000, including 10,000 di. rects, 30,000 government pigs. Mar ket steady to lOc lower. 180 to 230 Ibs., $4.40@$4.55 240 to 350 Ibs., $3.40@$4.40. Commercial pigs $3:50 down. Packing sows ?2.70@$3."6. Light light, 140 .to 160 Ibe., good and choice, $3.75@$4.45; light wt, 160 to 200 Ibs., good and choice, $4'.25@$4.55; medium weight, 200 to 250 Ibs., good and choice, $4.20@ $4.55; heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., good and choice, ?3.40@?4.30; packing sows, 275 to 550 Ibs., medium and'igood, |2.50@$3.40; slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice, $2.50@$3.75. CATTLE: 20,000, calves 1,500. Largely steers in run. Medium and good killing classes and stockers moderate. Supply 5,000 head. Good and choice fed steers about steady. Common and medium unchanged. Inbetween classes weak; Light wt. heifers and mixed yearlings strong. All cows scarce and steady. Veal- ers and bulls firm. Best grade yearlings at $6.50. Slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, 550 to 900 Ibs., good and choice, ?5.25@?6.75; 900 to 11 (30 Ibs., good and ..choice, $5.25 @ $7.00; TlOO to 1300 Ibs., good and choice, $5.50@$7.00; 1300 to 1500 Ibs., good and choice, $5.75@?7.00; 550 to 1300 Ibs., common and medium, $3.00@$3.75. Heifers, 550 to 750 Ibs., good and choice, $5.00® $6.25; common and medium, $2.50 @§5.00. Cows, good, $3.25@$4.50; common and medium, $2.35@$3.25; low cctter and cutter, $1.50@$2.35. Bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) $3.25@S4.00; cutter, common and medium, ,$2.25®$3.35. Vealers, good and choice. $6.50@ SS.OO; medium $5.50@?6.50; cull and common, $4.00@$5.50. Stocker and feeder cattle: Steers, 500 to 1050 Ibs., good and choice $4.25 @ $5.00; common and medium $2.753) $4.25. SHEEP: 30.000. Market 25 to 4"c lower on native lambs. Mostly $7.00 i @$7.25. Best grade rangers held at about $7.50. ?5c lower on increased supply of old sheep. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs, 80 Ibs. CHICAGO OIE)—Gram range: Open High Low Close WHEAT: May -88% 93% 88% 92% 85 81% 84% 89% .84% 88% Farm News Sept. 81% Dec. 85 CORN: May Sept Dec. 50% OATS: May 41% Sept. 35% Dec. RYE: 35% 58% 47% 52% 44x4 37% 40% 79% 68% 73% 56 45% 50 41% 35% 38% May .75 Sept. 65 Dec. 69 BARLEY: May 59 • 60& 59 Sept. Dec. - 52^ 55% 52& 57% 46% 52; 43% 37% 40% 79% 68% 73% 60% 50% 54% MEMBERS Today's Markets Prices bid by local dealers No. 2 corn .... ,... 34%c Ear corn 32%c Oats 26%e Hogs $3.CO Cream, sweet ..22%c Cream, sour 20%c Eggs, No. 1 .... 14c Eggs, No. 2 „ 8c Heavy hens, 4% Ibs., and up -.7c Heavy "hens under 4% Ibs. and leghorns Be Heavy breed springs, 4 Ibs. and over .... 9c Heavy breed springs, under 4 Ibs vc Leghorn springs 5e Leghorn cox 3c All roosters 4c All number twos, two cents less. , STATE CENTER — Marshal •.county 4-H club boys' arid girls won approximately $350" In cash prizes at the I&wa State fair last week according to a check. of awards made by County Agent Harold J Peterson and Miss Gertrude Cook ingham, county home demonstration agent. Premiums totaling $307 were won by the boys and girls in the 4-H club live stock classes, of which $210 went to the winners In the baby beef division. Individual exhibits in this class drew. down ?160 in premiums while $50 went to group showings. Pig club members won f52 on their entries, wlile owners of purebred \beef heifers were awarded $34 In premiums, one Holsteln heifer winning $8 for its owner. Winnings in the girls' club classes are indefinite, but Miss Cookingham estimates they will amount to about $20, of which a percentage will be allotted to club work expenses from the county farm bureau fund. New York Stocks Close Today NEW YORK (tm — Following are Monday's closing bids on the New York stock exchange: American Can 93 American Locomotive 33 down, good and choice, $ 6.50 (R) j American T. and T 131% $7.50; common and medium, $4.00 j American Tobacco B 90% @$6.75. Ewes, 90 to 150 Ibs.. good and choice, $1.50®$2.75: all wts., common and medium, 75c@$2.00. Feeding lambs. 50 to 75 Ibs., good and choice, $5.85@$6.50. UNFURNISHED SIX R 0 O *• house. Inquire 916 Ridgewood. MODERN BUNGALOW, college. Phone 1539-J. NEAR FOR RENT: MODERN BUNGA- low in good shape. 730-W. UNUSUALLY GOOD FOUR ROOM house. A bargain »t $25. 1290 W, FOR RENT: SMALL MODERN house. Inquire 118 So. Duff. \ It's gratifying to learn that the National Photographers' Associa- Lion has accepted tho code ' Many persons had expected that they should reply In the negative ! PRODUCE 1 ^.-_ . f CHICAGO <U.R)~Produce: EGGS: Market firm; receipts 7,810 cases; ertra firsts 17: firsts 15%; current receipts 13@14; dirties 11. BUTTER: Market steady; receipts 21,379 tubs; specials 22 n i@ 23; extras 22%; extra firsts 20% @21%; firsts 17%pl8\i; seconds 16%@17; standards 21. POULTRY: Market steady to %c lower; receipts 21 trucks; fowls 10 ©11%; springers 10; leghorns S; ducka 8; geese 8@9; tnrkrys 10® 11; roosters 607. CHEESE: Twins, 11%@12; Longhorns 12>4<??12%. POTATOES: On track B94: arrivals 138; r.Mpmpnts 302; market, slightly stroiujor. READ THE WANTS Anaconda ........ ........ 17% Atchison, T. & S. F ......... 68% Bethlehem Steel ........... 40% C. &. N, W. Com ........... 12% Chrysler ........ ......... 49% Corn Products ...... ...... 87% DuPont ................ ..81% General Electric ........... 24% General Motors ........... 34% International Harvester ..... 41% Montgomery Ward ........ 25% New York Central .......... 50% Pennsylvania R. R ..... .. ..36»4 Sears-Roebuck ............. 42% Standard Oil of N. J ......... 41% Studebaker ................ 6% U. S. Rubber .............. 18% U. S. Steel ................. 56 Westinghoiise Elfclric ...... 46% Standard Oil of Tnd ......... S3% Cities Service .............. 2% SPIDERS DAMAGE BUILDINGS PUKBLO, Colo. CJ.Pi— S m al 1 hard-shell spiders arc damaging brick buildings Iwe, according to 0. L. Ridgeway, extermination specialist. Aflrr nn investigation, ho reported the Insects find soft plncos In tho hrlck nml mortar, drill their way thru the walls c.nd webs to ml Hi fiimillov Insects. hn? hrrn considerable*. Farm Bureau Hold* 13 Meetings During Month of August NEVADA — Thirteen meetings were sponsored by the -Story County Farm Bureau and were attended by 5.449 persons during the month of August, according to the monthly report of County Agent H. J. Montgomery. The agent traveled 648 miles in making 40 farm and home visits and in addition entertained 664 office callers. A total of 379 telephone calls were recorded during the month. There were 242 first class letters and 17 circular letters written, 867 copies of the circular letters being distributed among ' bureai membership. Twenty-six news articles were prepared by the office Twenty-seven soil samples were tested, 500 bulletins were dlstri buted and one farm laborer was placed. 29 OUT FOR GRID DRILL AT COLLEGE Veenker Plans Three Sessions a Day Twenty-nine^ candidates for the Iowa, state college football team turned out Monday morning for the opening of practice in preparation for the 1933 season. The thirtieth man, Ike Hayes, a sophomore, planned to report but cut his knee while working Saturday and will not be able to practice for several days. Coach George Veenker started drill without any preliminaries, by giving out a play Monday morning. Another session was to start at 2:30 a. m. and a like schedule will be maintained until the open- Ing games with Central college college here Sept. 23, three days before the beginning of class work. Skull practice will be held daily at 7 p. m. The men who turned out Monday apeartd to be In excellent condition. Several more men will be out ia the next few days to bring Ihe total of candidates to more than 40. The complete list of men who ;urned out Monday morning. Ends—Harold Templeton, Amos Dana, Robert Williams, Robert Hiatt, Frank Hood, Grover Hahn. Tackles—Paul Berger, Vernon Loyd, George Goelz. Guards—William Dixon, Gerald Smith, Russell Gute, Ed Schafroth, Wilbur Kroeger, Mervln Zeller. Centers—Mangus Lichter, Arhur Nelson, George Anderson, Robert Brown. Backs—Paul Green. Marlowe Williams, Harold Miller,, Robert ilkins, Frank Driggins, William Allender, Fred Radakovicb, Wil- Star Southpaws May Have Duel in World Series NE?/ YORK - As each ' ceeding day brings the New York ; Giants and Washington Senators?} closer to a world series, baseball?' fans look forward to the feature' 01 ? such a meeting— a pitching duel : - v between Carl Hubbell and Earl?' Whitehill. ' : -I Of course, there" would be .plenty^ other pitching fireworks in. such a " series, with the Giants possessing,"' in addition to Hubbell. such ur Winter. Donald loward Harlan. Theophilus, WESTERN The Overland Paroled by Insanity Board Gunnar Overland, golf course proprietor, was paroled by the Story county insanity commission, Friday, after a hearing on a charge of inebriety. The commission ordered that on the first occasion Overland is found intoxicated he is to be committed to the state hospital at Mount Pleasant without further hearing. Sheriff J. R. Hattery took Overland's auto driver's license away from him last week and sent, it to the state motor vehicle department with a request for revocation. He then filed the inebriety charges and brot Overland before the Insanity commission. COLLECTION GOOD BAIT FREKPORT, Tex., (U.P> —When a bait bites the ftsli. that's news. Dr. Joe Simmons, Dallas dentist, went after off this port, nnd used a collection of old molars, artificial gumn. studded with hooks, the whole moulded together to malt* sevml big e«tc$s. •opektt — pringfd — D. Moines St. Joseph Omaha — Bartl'ville Joplin Muskogee LEAGUE W. L. — 43 22 .662 Pet. 41 44 40 33 26 22 S 21 24 24 33 37 41 55 Sundays Results Des Moines 10-S, Bartlesville2-2; Topeka 2-7, Springfield 1-6; St. Joseph 1-7, Joplin 0-6; Omaha 6-11, Muskogee 4-1. ters as Parmalee, Schumacher and" 5 Fitzsimmons," and the Senators^ 5 boasting of Stewart, Russell and 1 * Crowder, in addition to Whitehill. 1 The big thrill, however, would be ™ in a Hubbell-Whitehill clash. These 7 '? two veterans stand out as the best-" southpaws in the majors this, season, both having reached their'•pe'alf*- at about the same time, and both'— backed with excellent support 1 * afield. Hubbell registered 21 wins^ and 10 losses so far this seasony— and Whitehill turned in 20 wins against seven defeats. ? -^ Saves First Gam* ~' Altho Hubbell was not credited .with Sunday's victory, he the first game of the 'Giants'.. header with Cincinnati, which : tae New Yorkers won 6 to 1, and 2 to 1. In the seventh iniing Freddi¥ : ;: f Fitzsimmons got into a hole—base? ^ loaded, nobody out and the tq'p of! 1 the batting order coming up. Hub 5 -^* bell retired the side. In the nightcap. Lefty O'Doul's pinch fly in thl 01 llth enabled Mel Ott to come honisV- NATIONAL LEAGUE W. I,. N. York S2 51 Chicago 71 61 Pittsburgh 76 61 St. Louis 76 64 Boston 71 64 Brooklyn 56 77 Philadelphia 52 79 Cincinnati 52 85 Sundays Results New York 6-2. Cincinnati Pittsburgh 2-2. Brooklyn 1-3: cago 4-4, Philadelphia 0-2; Louis 7-10, Boston 0-5. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. ,617 .558 .555 .543 .526 .421 .397 .380 M; Chi- St. Washington -— New York Cleveland hiladelphl* -- )«trolt Chicago Boston St. Louis Sundays New York 2-9. — 90 —- SO 72 68 __ . r *"* 61 57 51 Retult* D*trr>lt 46 53 68 65 75 82 87 M: St. ,->uls 3-4, Bogton 2-0; Washington with the winning run, giving Schumacher a victory over Ray Kolp. .. :*•-; This double victory enabled that" Giants to maintain their first-place *' National league of seven and a half _, over the Chicago Cubs, who re-^ placed Pittsburgh at second posi-f, tion. The Cubs downed the Phillies'** twice, taking the opener, 4 to 0, be- .661 hind Bud Tinning's six-hit flinging .647 and the second game, 4 to 2, when .625 Lyn Nelson allowed only four hits; .500 Pirates Drop Back : -•-; .413 Pittsburgh split two games with/.349 Brooklyn and dropped to third— .127 place. The Pirates won the 2 to 1, when two wild throws Frey permitted two runs in the sixth, but the Dodgers took the*-second, 3 to 2, when two singles-! and two fumbles allowed two runs-? in the ninth. • :>: St. Louis beat Boston twice. 7 to-' 0, In the opener behind Bill Halla-'. nan's four-hit pitching, and 10 to 5 in the second as Leo Durocher's ~ four successive hits headed a 20- " hit attack. " >•: In the American league New • York gained half a game on first-" place Washington by beating De- •*• troit, 2 to 1 and 9 to 1. in a twin bill, paring thr- Senators' lead to ' eight and a half games. Carl Fisc'i- er held the Yanks to four hits in , the opener bet they were bunched \ effectively. In the nightcap Jqhnny * Allen lot the Tigers down with throe hits. Washington beat Cleveland. 7 to 3, finding Oral Hiloebrand for 11 safeties, while Walter Stewart held the Initfans to seven. Tn the oniy other competition St fx>uls beat boston, 3 to 2 and < to 0, In a douhle-hMidpr. Riimp Hartley hfld the Rfd Sox to five hits In th* opener and the llrowns fomblnrd fhre* fllngl**, two walks and two errors by Seeds for four nm« i* the lltli to wta the nlghtc-af. Pet. .662 .602 .514 .511 489 .449 .410 .370

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