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4. CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: TUESDAY. AUGUST 10. 1937- -M 19 SOX OPEN THREE GAME SERIES If, C. Y. 0. RING TEAM MOON MULLINS RIDING POOR MOON AND PLUSHIE r a DEUCEDLY DECENT OF YOU I MUST OPENS IMPORT WORKOUTS TODAY WELL Tfc.fc-U (TtP4 1 Mil- MUSCLE" WANTS TO TALK TO YOU BCYS TELL VOU HOW YOU CAN MAKE SAY, SIR. BUT DETROIT TODAY AND HE FIGURES A COUPLE-I a HE WOULDN'T HAVE STRAkGEC, ENOUGH PRIVACY IN DO THAT? 1 A POLICE STATION. CHUM- Lee to Oppose Wade in First Contest. 24 Seek Chance to Da.iie South Americans. rPOOR MCONSHJNEY WELL- I'LlVI 1W IISF""" iiill L-' " T i was but Pf f LEMDME MO, WILLIE- V .( WHY, MY DEAR MY SPHERE H I ih AHUKIMERT I WILL PAY ' BOY-1 THOUGHT CAMEINJANO H A BUCKS AND j MOONS FINE. YOU WERE f pA1D ME OUT. I'LL PAY HIS ( MYSELF, WJLLIE- V 1-OCKED UP ALL" I FINJE AND A OME FRIEND mz ' I BUY ME A V ISENOU6H. VfjTWictt k MEW SUIT JN - J M JUI-t ,j IN) JAIL TSK'TSTSK I FEEL AS F I ) DIDM'T HAVE A p( IM TUP X. BY EDWARD BURNS. ICIiicugo Tribune Press Service. Detroit, Mich., Aug. 9. The White Sox are here in none too friendly environment, but are they happy to be away from that fishy old Atlantic ocean! Of course the lads' spirits might have been low even in the blissful midwestern atmosphere if John Whitehead in yesterday's second game hadn't led them out of the darkness that had engulfed them in l seven game losing streak. Defense Is Shaky. The swooning which caused the White Sox to drop the first game in Boston yesterday was but one of similar faints that had contributed to a majority ot defeats in the seven gams slide. Of course, home runs both in New York and Boston furnished the main wrecking qualities, but in O, so many instances, the scene was set for those devastating homers by woeful defensive play. But turning to the Tigers, it is a painful duty to remind suffering Sox fans that the Tigers were beating the Sox before the Chicagoans became RlBicted with that Atlantic ocean mal rie mer that brought such havoc last week to drop them from a strong second place berth to a distressing fourth place bog. Lee vs. Wade. The Sox and Tigers tomorrow will fctart a series of three single games ith the Tigers possessed of a seven to three edge in the season series. Thornton Lee will pitch the opener tor the White Sox, who expect to oppose Jake Wade. Armours Son Leads Junior Golf Qualifiers John Armour, son of Tommy Armour, Medinah professional, shot rounds of 7974153 to lead a field of 65 in the qualifying round of the fourth annual C. D. G. A. closed junior tournament, at the Glen View Golf club yesterday. One stroke behind the Wrier was George Victor of Glen View, who posted rounds of 7876154. Tien for third place were Ed Hutchison, son of Jock Hutchison, Glen View professional, and Joe Fall Jr. of Sun set Valley, who carded 8075156, respectively. Gordon Sibley. 15 year old Skokie entrant, was fourth with 76 82 158. He led the shooters 17 years of age and under. Sheldon Colin of Lincolnshire was fifth with 7881159. Bob Brown of Edgewood Valley, last year's champion, was not obliged to qualify. He will meet Walter Wolf of Eiltmore in a first round match this morning. Two 18 hole rounds will be played today, followed by the quarter-finals and semi-finals Thursday. The 36 hole finals will be held Thursday. The pairings for the first round witn the 36 hole qualifying scores follow : Bob Brown, Edtewoud Valley vs. Walter Woll, Biltmore 1172. Goodwin Clark Jr., Hinsdale I ItiO vs. Duuslas BlosBOm, Ouweutsia 1791. EU Hutchison, Glen View 157 vs. Charles BrauftiKld, Flosi-moor 1711. Alan Fesenthal. Northmoor 161 vs. H. M. Sloan, Park Riuse 1188. George Victor. Glen View 154 -v. Dale Pearson, Edtewatcr 172. C. V. Barrett, Evanston 1161 vs. Jack Edwards, Skokie ISO. Sheldon Colcb, I,incoluihire 11591 vs. idaiibtield Hughes, Onwentsia 179. Bud Bassler. Bob o' Link 1169 vs. Nor-tnan Beniis, Skokie 192. John Armour, Medinah 153 vs. Bob Bcrser, Indian Hill 1721. Harold Witt. Midlothian 161 vs. Bob louzalin. La Grange 180. Gordon Sibley, Skokie I15S vs. Bob Eeriscb, Butteriield 174. Irving Cochrane, Tara o' Shunter 1 168 J vs. Jack Kutledge, Exraoor 190 J. Joe Fall Jr.. Suntet Ridge 156 ts. -V. Taylor Jr., Acacia 174. William Webbe Jr., Barrington 1163 vs. Buy Bresnahau, Hinsdale ISO. Lee Bohle. Park Ridge 1160 vs. Bob Jones, Edsewood Valley 179 J. Shaw McCutcheon, Onwentsia 170 vs. Murray Houston, Midlothian 193. Cutis and Sox Up to Date Averages WHITE SOX. .b J 371 4o:j is 31 374 381 39U 71 378 300 38 233 88 43 58 41 R3 i'H JH 17 18 K 4 H 2 3B MR KBI 4 0 0 4 27 1 43 38 " 18 80 0 0 0 3 0 O 13 17 13 k r:; V 4 3 ft I Pei. J5il .345 .311 .333 Itensa JUdcliff . . Bonura ... C. Browa . . Dykes .... Kreevirh Appling .. F. Walker. Rosenthal . Newell .... Hayes 'Whitehead Piet Berger .... X.yun tthe X.ee Kennedy .. titration . . Kigney ... Tain Haas Dietrich .. 70 j 71 137 4 ii r,:j Jit 7 11 71 121 .321 .318 .312 .303 .282 .266 .241 .237 .239 .205 .209 .207 .195 .208 .172 .158 .118 111 .077 28ti. 6i 43 63 4 33 30 57 13 3 K 8 .1 1 74 t 9 .18 18 8 I 10 3 j:j 3 0 0 11 4 0 1 At bat, 3 ,191 ; hits, UU8; pfrreiitage, CLBS. Ah 10 sis 350 ill 3U6 151 . 22 38 1413 .305 41 'i ,3!iS 26 43 .131 . 49 . fiO 8 ft . Pf) 38 466; K H SB oB HK RKI FW. .Oavis Hartuett . . Herman ... Jurgm Demaree . M'Dea ..... Bottarini . i arleton . , Jfrey Hack Collins Marty . . . ISryaut . . . GalaJi .... avarrett Knot Varmelee Khjun tainback Vee Sreneh At bat, 3. 4 27 4 83 n o 2 7 8 6 1 1 40 41 53 .391 .351 .310 338 .331 .313 .280 .281 .293 .277 .275 .269 .258 .221 .184 .160 .143 .143 .100 .079 .295. 70 123 42 111 20 8 21 7 71 21 . 3 19 134 no JO Ji 29 4 11 83 4 3 O 3 I 4 1(1 4 1 O 1 A 8 13 41 63 J07 71 115 30 63 JO 7 70 109 13 29 J3 415 64 12 O 4 29 3 0 0 2 so 5 15 56 3 1 O ft it 2 O O O O O 1 n 20 4 8 1 g 3 O 4 a 3 A 10 O o o 3 0 hits, 1,921; percentage, Cunningham Seeks P. G. A. Presidency First definite opposition to the administration of George R. Jacobus of New York, president of the Professional Golfers' Association of America, appeared yesterday in an announcement by Alex Cunningham of the North Shore Country club that he will be a candidate for the national presidency when the annual meeting of the organization is held here in November. Cunningham is president of the Illinois section of the P. G. A. Open Plunk in rial form. " The objective of m; brother professionals," Cunningham's announcement reads, " will be to set up a national administration which will hold to an impartial, strict, and complete observance of the association code and resist efforts of a minority group to control the P. G. A. by a self-pcrpetuating political machine. With other members. 1 favor an ad ministration in which the entire membership shall be at all times advised concerning the business of the associaton, and be permitted to function freely and in the open. "During recent years professional golf has been frequently involved in controversies and publicity about which the membership has not been given official information and has not been permitted to exercise honest judgment." Jacobus Under Fire. Jacobus' policies have been the subject of considerable dissension throughout the P. G. A. His discharge of Prober t E. Harlow as the association's tournament manager last winter never has been fully explained. The Illinois section this spring tiled a formal protest to Jacobus' rejection of the Radix low scoring trophy, donated iter solicitation by the P. G. A. by Harry K. Radix, Chicaeo sportsman. EIGHT OFFICERS, FOUR CIVILIANS TO COACH NAVY Annapolis, Md., Aug. 9. () Eight naval officers and four civilians will be in charge of football at the Naval academy this fall under coaching staf assignments announced today by Commander Andrew C. McFall, U. S. N.. graduate manager of athletics. Lieut. Harry J. Hank Hardwick, head coach, who succeeded Lieut. Thomas J. Hamilton last spring, will be facing his first season in charge of the Navy varsity. For his assistants he will have John N. Wilson, former St. John's college player, as backfield coach, and Edgar E. Rip Miller, former Notre Dame star, as line coach. Wilson and Miller have worked with the varsity for several years. Ensign R. C. Dusty Dornin, end on the academy's 1934 team, and his teammate, Ensign K. G. Schat, center, will be assistant varsity line coaches. Frank Foster, head coach of the B squad in 1935. returns with Marty Karow and Lieut. C. J. Zon-dorak as aids. Lieut. Oscar E. Hagberg. end and full back in the 1928-'29-'30 lineups, will be head coach of the plebe squad, assisted by Ensign Fred Buzz Bor-ries Jr., Ensign Slade D. Cutler, and Lieut. Hugh Q. Murrau. PIRATES BEAT GRAND RAPIDS ALL-STARS ,7 TO 2 Grand Rapids, Mich., Aug. 9. (JP) -The Pittsburgh Pirates defeated a team of western Michigan semi-pro stars 7 to 2 at Bigelow field in an exhibition game today. PiratPS 000 140 1017 15 1 All Stars OUl 000 0012 8 Batteries Tohin. Gooeti. and Parti'pn; Nyenhouise, Predion, Bersens, and Milito. Industrial Softball Leagues End Play Today, Tomorrow A season of Softball competition for northwest side industries will come to an end today and tomorrow at Pulaski, Anderson, and Oberheide fields. The schedule follows: Today Illinois Malleable Iron r. Chiraro Rawhide Ulig. Co.: Horween leather Mis. vs. Chicago Molded Products; Wieboldt Stores, Inc., v. H. G. Fischer X-ray: Churchill Cabinet vs. Butler Bros.; i'enske Bros. vs. Goldblatt Bros. Tomorrow Simpson Optical Mffr. v. Hills-McCanna: Hubbard Spool Mfg vs. Kmerman & Co.; Hammond Clock Co. vs. HofCmann Stafford. MinorLeagues AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet. Minne'polis.67 47 .588 Indianap'is.55 54 .605 Columbus .6 48 .579 Kas. City. .53 58 .477 Toledo 64 50 .561 St. Paul. . .44 tiri .400 Milwaukee 57 54 .514 iLouisville .42 08.382 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Minneapolis, 311; Louisville, 11, Indianapolis, 10; St. Paul, 6. Columbus. 13: Milwaukee. 6. Toledo. 12: Kansas City, 3. INTERNATIONAL LEAGCE. Baltimore. 12; Buffalo, 3. TEXAS LEAGUE. Houston, 8; Sau Antonio, 6. Fort Worth. 6; Tulsa, 2. Beaumont. 9; Galveston, 3. THREE-EYB LEAGUE. Mnline. 13; Peoria, 2. Decatur, 6; Clinton 3 CIO Innings. WESTERN LEAGUE. Waterloo. 5; Des Moines. 3. Sioux City, S; Davenport, 1. A RECORD BREAKER AT WORK Marion Miley of Lexington, Ky., displays the swing that gave her s record breaking round of 76 in the annual Derby of the Women's Western Golf association at Onwentsia yesterday. She was one stroke ahead of Edith Estabrooks of Dubuque, la. (Story on page 17.) KLEIN SHOOTS 77 TO TAKE LEAD IN PRINTERS MEET Baltimore, Md., Aug. 9. (P) John Klein, 22 year old polfer from Lancaster, Ta., turned in a 77 today to set the pace in the first 38 hole round of the Union Printers International association's fourteenth annual 72 hole championship hern. Klein, playing in his first associa tion tournament, led 100 other typo nnKsmen irom as lar west as L-aiuor-nia and from Boston to Miami, Fla., on the eastern seaboard. Additional 18 hole rounds are carded tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday. Joe Balestri, Washington, also com peting for the first time, and J. L. Matthews, a left hander from Miami, Fla., scored 7Rs to tie for second. The defending champion, Ed Merkle, Washington, D. C, was only three over par going to the fourteenth tee, but ran into trouble on the hole and wound up with an 80. Other scores included: K. Perry, Washington, 86: E. Ensle-breisen. St. Paul, Minn., 85; J. Koft, Chicago, 88; E. Sickinger, Chicago, 83; I.. Hall, Cleveland, 9b; B. finifkman, Cleveland, : Joseph Macintosh, Milwaukee, Wis., 89; Allred Lange, Milwaukee. 90; R. Steinhilper, Pittsburgh, 96: C. Toris-ki, Pittebursrh, 5; V. Wineritter, Washington, 89; Charles Bernard, Washington, 95; B. Edwards, Washington, 89. PITCHERS FOR TODAY'S MAJOR LEAGUE GAMES New York, Aug. 9. P) Probable pitchers in the major leagues tomor row : SAIIOXAI. l.EAGCK. Pittsburjih at Chicago Blanton vs. French. Cincinnati st St. Ixjuis Davis vs. Wartieke. Boston at New York MacEayden vs. Schumacher. Brooklyn at Philadelphia Henshaw vs. Walters. AMERICAN I.EAGCE. New York at Boston Ruffing vs. Xewsom. Philadelphia, at Washington 131 -Smith and Caster vs. Appleton and Chase. Chicago at Detroit I,ee vs. Wade. St.. Louis at Cleveland Hildebrand vs. Gale-house. Montague Hearing Again Put Off; New Date Aug. 18 Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 9. (JP) Golfer John Montague, wanted in New York for alleged participation in a rcadhouse robbery, appeared in court today on a fugitive complaint but the hearing was postponed because Gov. Frank F. Merriman has not ruled on Montague's extradition. It was the second postponement for the same reason. The hearing was continued until Aug. 18. Williams and Conley Draw in Mat Match Al Williams and Jack Conley wrestled to a sixty minute draw last night at White City. George Mansor was disqualified in his match with Fred Grubmyer after four minutes of wrestling and Jack Claybourn threw Pete Sherman in 21:06. Frankie Hart and Gentleman Jack Purdin both were disqualified in their match and Mike Kilonis tossed Eddie Slake in 7:01. r r : 'V Derby Scores Scorrx for the opening dny's jdaii in the ;o;nen' western golf Derby at Onwen tsia yesterday : -Marion l i !?-, Lexington, Ky 34 4- 76 Kriith Kslabrooks, Tiubuque, I...3K :; 77 Tiealrii-e Barrett, Minnf aioli 41 : 79 Doroih.v Kustaleon, M idlothian. . .37 42 79 Bftty .laniieson, Austin. Tex 41 tSO Mrs. Dan Cl'aridler, Dalian, Tex..."fS 4-J Mil I Dorothy Foster, f-uiinsrfirld. III. ..38 4:S 81 Mr. Rtipscll Mann, Milwaukee 41 41 X'l I Mrs. Melvin .lon8, Flosamoor. .. .44 8.1 j Ruth. Brown. Onwentsia 44 ;til 8;j l'atty Berir, Minneapolis 41 4:1 8M jW" - ieit Randall- Indianapolis Eleanor Dudley, Ridse 41 4 1 85 4a 42 : Virginia Ingram, Sunset Ridge.. 4:i 4:1 8tf Mildred Hackl. Midlothian 42 44 86 Hilda. Livengood. Danville. Ill 4 5 41 R Marie Louise Gardner, Indian Hill. 4:; 4.'! 8H Muriel Vcatch, Portland, Or 44 42 8(! Shirley Ann Johnson, Sunset Ridge.42 45 87 Mary Wilder. Skokie 4:t 44 87 iva Mae I'ilcher, Mexico City 40 41. 8" Mrs. Chas. Dennehy, Onwentsia .. .48 44 87 Goldie Batcson, Milwaukee 45 42 87 Virginia Lindblad, Lincolnshire. .4H 42 88 Martha Putnam, Eockford 41 48 89 Marion McDougail, Portland, Or.. 44 45 89 Mrs. Tim Lowry, Sunset Valley.. 42 47 89 Mrs. V. T. Atwood. Olympia Fields.46 44 90 Barbara Wilder, Skokie 44 4H 90 Marg I!oes?Iein, Nordic 45 45 90 Mrs. L. M. Zech, Tam o' Shantftr..44 4ri 90 Mrs. A. A. Haycralt, Minneapolis. .48 4:1 91 Betty Mackemer, Peoria 51 4 1 92 Mrs. Harold Foreman, Lake Shore.4H 4tt 92 Mrs. H. E. Greene,-Skokie 45 47 92 Mrs. Floyd Hunt, Exmoor 4K 4 92 Mary Pielsch, Glen View 47 45 92 Louise Willard, Exmoor 4r 47 93 Mrs. Henry Strauss, Lake Shore. ..45 48 Virginia Nilles, Park Ridge 45 4H 9:i Mrs. Art Andrews, Peoria 48 4r 94 Mrs. Abel Davis, Lake Shore 50 44 94 Sue Vilas, Glen View 48 48 98 Mrs. W. W. Haerther, Exmoor.... 48 49 97 Mrs. Frank Mayer, Lake Shore. .52 45 97 Mrs. J. S. Govan, San Franciseo.47 50 97 Mrs. B. F. Bensinger Jr., Lake Sh.49 48 97 Mrs. A. J. Leonard, Sunset Valley.49 49 98 Mrs. G. C. Davis, Oak Park 49 50 99 Mir. Isaac Rothschild, Northmoor.49 50 99 Mrs. J. E. Barron, Illinois 49 50 99 Mrs. Richard Gambrill Jr., Exmoor.49 51 101 Mrs. Robt. Newman, Illinois 47 54 101 Mrs. Paul Walker, Chicago Golf. 50 61101 Mrs. O. C. Horn, Midlothian. ... .53 48 101 Mrs. J. K. Love, Johnstown, Pa.. 50 51 101 Mrs. A. T. Bcmis, Skokles 50 51 101 Mrs. .T. O. McKinsey, Onwentsia.. .51 50 101 Mrs. Frank Stevenson, Oak Park.. 49 52 101 Helen Peterson, Exmoor 51 51 102 Mrs. W. W. Hodgson. Oak Park... 52 50 102 Mrs. Lee Mida, Lincolnshire 49 fi:t 102 Ada Rew, Glen View 50 52 102 Mrs. G. G. Tunnell. Skokie 48 54102 Mrs. L. L. Goldstein, Sunset Valley. 52 51 103 Mrs. H. D. Raymond, Edgwd. Val.53 50 103 Mrs. G. H. Bryse, Tam o' Shanter.50 53 103 Mrs. J. H. Buckley, Illinois, 55 49 104 Snnia Nash, Sunset Valley ..54 50 104 Mr. 'L. L. Oakes, Illinois 52 53 105 Lorraine Hayes, Skokie 53 52 105 Mrs. John H. Stevens, Skokie. ...53 52 105 Mrs. L. A. Darr, Sunset Valley.. 54 52 100 Mrs. H. D. Duttine, Tam o'Shanter.52 55 107 Mary Morgan, Skokie 56 51107 Jean Tobin, South Shore 54 54 108 Eleanor Litsinger, Knollwood 52 56 108 Mrs. Arthur Meyerhofl, Sunset Valley .53 55 108 Mrs. R. A. Murray, North Shore. .52 57 109 Mrs. Jack Austin, Wlimette 55 55 110 Fight Decisions At Marigold gardens George Salvadore stopped Eddie Carroll 41, Elza Thompson stopped Alex Kettles ISJ, Bill Palmer Jeat Jack Farso 11, Joe Kduardo heat Ralph Baker Youns iack Blackburn stopped Dun Kins 3). At Washington, D. C VHtorin Yr.ntor! beat Phil Fort 1101, Murray Kanner slopped Jack Torrance 6. At Sioux City, Ia. Webster Epperson and Jack Tebo drew 8. Cooley, Former Major League Player, Is Dead Dallas, Tex., Aug. 9 (JP) D. C. Cooley, 64, former big league baseball player, died today following a heat stroke Saturday. He started his baseball career with the St. Louis Browns in 189,'?, later playing with Pittsburgh, Boston, Philadelphia and DettaiU Ericksons 67 JLe&ids Jt u ly lc Links Tourney San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 9. (IP) A 67, five under par, permitted Don Erickson of Alhambra, Cal., to lead at the halfway mark today in 36 hole qualifying trials for the national public links golf tournament. Erickson set a new record for the Harding Park course. The 25 year old gas company employe got three birdies on each nine, dropping a 30 foot putt on the 18th. He was out in 34 and back in 33. Erickson's superior golf snatched the lead from Joseph Greene of East Lansdowne,, Pa., whose 69 was the first par bettering round of the day. Greene, playing for the Philadelphia team and assistant foreman in an automobile plant at Chester, went out in 33 ahd finished in 36. He missed three easy putts, the ball rimming the cup. ErVtis Has 72. Defending Champion Pat Abbott of ; Pasadena, Cal.,' was out with a 33 but I took a 37 on the second nine for a 70 and third place. Two other favorites, Carl Kauff-mann of Pittsburgh, three-time champion, and Claude Rippy of Washington, D. C, runnerup to Abbott last year, were within striking distance. They tied at par 72 with Hal Dufour of Sacramento, Edward Sams of Buffalo, N. Y., and William Ennis of Chicago, i i A stroke behind Abbott and a stroke better than par are Van Hall of Long Beach, Robert Abeles Jr. of Santa Monica, and Paul Genung of Dayton, O. Four man teams from San Francisco and Sacramento were tied for the team trophy, each with 295. The cup is decided on the total medal ; scores for the 36 holes of qualifying j play. Chu-aso Is 20th. Seattle, team winner last year, appeared out of the running with 309. Chicago was 20th with 313. The second qualifying round will be held tomorrow with match play among the 64 low survivors starting Wednesday. Scores: Don Erickson. Alhambra. Cal 34 33 67 Joe Greene, Philadelphia ::t :i i Vat Abbott, Pasadena, Cal 33 !!7 70 R. Abeles Jr., Santa Monica, Cal.JlS Xtt 71 Paul Genuine, Dayton, 0 34 :17 71 Van Hall, Long Beach, Cal, : 71 Carl F. Kauffmann. Pittsburgh ..35 37 72 Edward J. Sams. Buffalo, K. Y. .37 85 72 C. B. Ripley, Washington, D. C.37 35 72 William Ennis, Chicago 84 88 72 John J.. Meier. Toledo 38 84 72 Hall Dufour, Sacramento, Cal. ...37 35 72 Wes Borner, Portland, Ore 35 37 72 C. F. Kauffmann. Pittsburgh, Pa.85 37 72 Ralph Presby, Sacramento, Cal.. 87 35 72 Lester Jankoski, Elizabeth, N. J. .87 85 72 Kauila Akau, Honolulu 36 3 72 Robt. McGlashan, San Francisco. 38 35 73 Tommy Card, Cleveland 86 3 7 73 Merlin S. Luther, Buffalo. N. Y..8H 37. 73 Bill Hoelle. San Mateo, Cal.. ."..35 38 73 Rosrcr Skidmore, Louisville, Ky. .87 3H Frank Toronto, Sacramento. Cal. 85 38 73 E. H. Walters. San Francisco .. .85 .".8 73 Warren Campbell, Seattle. ;.8H 37 73 Frank Buss, Alameda. Cal 36 3 7 73 Howard Hoon, Santa Monica, Cal. 38 86 74 Harry Umbinetti, Seattle 36 88 74 Andrew Szwedko. Pittsburgh, Pa .38 36 74 Arthur Armstrong. Honolulu . . .86 38 74 Bob Silvestri. Daly City. Cal 3S 86 74 Paul G. Jenssen, Toledo 88 86 74 M. McCarthy. Staten Island. N.Y.37 88 75 G. G. Smith. Staten Island. N. Y.3! 8K 75 George Bradley, Philadelphia. .. .37 38 William Walsh. Indianapolis 38 37 Thomas J. Radigan. Cleveland. . 38 87 75 7 5 A. Oliveri, Washington. D C 37 88 7 5 Peter Bramhall, San Mateo, Cal. 36 39 George Sharp Jr., Columbia, S. C.3it 87 Richard Tang, Minneapolis 89 37 Alex Muragin, Honolulu 38 .".8 Ollie Galen, Toledo 38 39 Albert I). Priebe St. Paul 88 89 C. Amandoles. Staten Isl.. N. Y. ..38 39 Bill Bentley. St. Louis 38 89 76 76 'f 77 77 77 77 Johnny Lakotas. Minneapolis . .88 39 7 7 William Fenwick, Detroit 41 3b 77 John Dolan Philadelphia 36 41 77 Michael P. Surmiak, Philadelphia. 38 40 "78 James Johnson, Detroit 41 87 78 Kammy Lau, Honolulu 38 40 78 Earl D. Cameron, Albany, N. Y... 37 41 78 Brick Smith, Charlotte. N. C...40 38 78 Ken Peterson. Dayton, 0 38 40 78 Ted Powers, Detroit 38 40 78 Frank Connolly, Detroit, 39 89 78 Frank Maloney. St. Louis 40 88 78 Lawrence Robertson. St. Paul 38 40 78 Ed Brown Louisville ; 38 40 78 Guy McCall. Buffalo. N. Y 89 40 79 John J. Steier, Louisville 37 43 79 .Tames R. Gipe. Washington. D. C.37 42- 79 Leonard E. Oliver. Indianapolis. 36 43 79 Frank Dabis. Dearborn. Mich... 38 41 79 J. J. Raskowski, Elizabeth. N. J..89 40 79 Joseph Knszas, Albany N. Y . . .40 39 79 Henry S. Taylor, Charlotte N. C.39 40 79 Frank Me.tzger, Cleveland 39 40 79 Bernard Bray. Indianapolis 40 40 80 Aloysiuw C. Pezko, Buffalo. N. Y.88 42 80 Jam2s Spencer. St. Louis 40 40 SO John Dixon, Chicago 42 39 81 Ross Hasselback. Louisville 39 42 81 Stanley Tatol. Dayton, 0 39 42 81 Albert H. Snell. St. Paul Minn.. 39 42 81 John Racey, Cleveland 40 41 81 John Desiderio. Albany N. Y. .41 41 82 John Sandral, Dayton, 0 42 40 82 Edward Tracy, St. Louis 41 41. 82 Mike Ealega, Minneapolis 40 43 S3 Telfair Ghiotto, Jacksonville. Fla.40 43 S3 John Bammie, Dearborn. Mich . . .40 43 3 Harold Mathisen. Chicago 40 43 83 Neil Goger. Elizabeth, N. J 43 41 84 D. Stoddard. Staten Island, N. Y.44 40 84 Francis C. Lawrence. Albany. N.Y. 40 45 85 Ralph E. Jordan, Indianapolis 41 44 85 Ralph Dix. Elizabeth. N. J 41 45 8R Don Hurley, Pittsburgh 42 44 86 Sam Musico, Pittsburgh 43 43 86 Robert Burton. Washington. D. C.43 44 87 Brooklyn Purchases Cantwell from Giants New York, Aug. 9. Special. The Brooklyn Dodgers today purchased Ben Cantwell, veteran right hander, from the New York Giants. The deal marked the second transfer in two weeks for Cantwell, who was brought up from the Giants' farm at Jersey City in the International league on July 26. Browns Beat Syracuse, 8-2, in Exhibition Game Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 9. OP) The St. Louis Browns of the American league defeated the Syracuse Chiefs of the International league, 8 to 2, tonight in an exhibition contest ;Vpyright. 1037, by Chicago rrib-tneYTSevii Syndiotj Gomer Signs lo Box Davy Day at Marigold Gardens Charley Gomer, Brooklyn lightweight, has signed to oppose Davey Day in ten rounds at Marigold Gardens next Monday. . . . Appointment of a secretary to replace Thomas Tuite, resigned, was postponed yesterday until Aug. 16 by the Illinois athletic commission. . . . The card scheduled at Western stadium tonight has been called off. Jack Claybourn, eolored light heavyweight wrestler from the Pacific coast, has been elevated to the windup position at Marigold Gardens tomorrow. He will be asked to beat Jack Conley. Al Williams meets Bill Brooks, Phil Grueber opposes Jack Kogut, Mike London is matched with Frankie Hart, and Gentleman Jack Purdin faces Angelo Martini. . . . An eight round bout between Lee Shepherd, Cleveland 135 pounder, and Pete Leone, Akron, O., has been added to Mique Malloy's card at White City Friday. Leo Rodak meets Lloyd Pine, and George Dixon II., colored lightweight king, faces Johnny Shepherd. Art Oliver's bout with Buddy Knox at Dayton, O., Aug. 18, yesterday was canceled. . . . Promoter Billy Cepak appeared at the state boxing board yesterday attempting to clear the way for a ten round state heavyweight championship bout between Champion Max Marek and King Levinsky at White City Sept. 10. F. M. WALSH, ST. JAMES OF HIGHWOOD WIN C.y.O. GOLF TITLES 0ut of town parisnes won the honors yesterday in the annual C. Y. O. golf meet as 200 competed for the Cardinal Mundelein cup and Bishop Shiel trophy at Briarhill Country club. Shooting 39 33 72, one over par, Bob Walsh, St. Mary's, Joliet, replaced Dick Martin, St. James, Highwood, as the new low gross C. Y. O. titleholder. Low net honors went to William Li-macher, St. Raymond's, Joliet, with a 78771. Another suburban parish St. James, Highwood won the team championship and the Cardinal Mundelein cup with a total score of 305. This marks the second straight year that St. James has won the team championship. The victorious foursome con sisted of Bill and Bob Saielli, brothers, and Sam Bernardi and Al Favilli. The only Chicago parish to share in the prizes was St. Hyacinth's, whose team won the low net honors with a 292. The St. Hyacinth foursome consisted of Roman Romanowski, William Hajduk, Chester Grosse, and Leo Penkala. RESURFACING OF TRACK SLOWS UP AUTO RACE TESTS International drivers entered in automobile races at the Fair Grounds speedway, River road and North avenue, Sunday began arriving in Chi cago yesterday. Resurfacing work on the track will prevent them from working out until Friday. Frank Beeder, holder of the pres ent world's record of 24.61 seconds set at the Fair Grounds is expected to return to defend his title, while Rex Mays, whose previous mark of 24.70 was broken last Sunday, also is expected to compete. Ted Horn of Los Angeles, who was second at Indianapolis in 1936 and third this year, will arrive tomorrow with a completely overhauled car. i Xf- A S?77 "?r WA3 Salvador e Is Victor Over Carroll in 4th George Salvadore, Houston, Tex., welterweight, strengthened his chances for a match with champion Barney Ross last night by stopping Eddie Carroll, of Ottawa, Ont, at Marigold Gardens. The bout, scheduled for ten rounds, was stopped by Referee Davey Miller after 1 minute and 17 seconds of the fourth round. Thompson Beats Kettles. Carroll was knocked down once ia the second and twice in the fourth. Elza Thompson, 227 pound Indianapolis sectional Golden Gloves champion this year, stopped Alex Kettles, 1937 South Bend winner, in the second round of the scheduled four round semi-windup. It was big Elza's second consecutive professional triumph, and Kettles' third defeat in a row. Palmer Whips Fargo. Bill Palmer, Catholic Youth Organi- zation light heavyweight, handed Jack Fargo of Winnetka his first loss in a four round bout. Joe Eduardo, Buffalo, N. Y., protege' of Sam Pian and Art Winch, beat Ralph Baker, Grand Forks, N. D., in four rounds. Young Jack Blackburn, Chicago 175 pounder, scared a three round technical knockout over Don King, St. Louis. FORT SILL PLAYS RISING SUN IN POLO TOURNEY The Rising Sun polo team, Central league champion, will meet Fort Sill, the Army entry from Oklahoma, in the Oak Brook cup championship tourney Sunday at the Oak Brook stadium, it was announced yesterday by the Central Polo association. Paul Butler, head of the Central Polo association, also released the complete schedule for the tournament, in which five teams will compete. The event will open Sunday morn ing with Oak Brook meeting Man-dalays. Rising Sun will play Fort Sill in the afternoon. The 124th Field Artillery will meet the winner of the Oak Brook-Manda lay game next week. The championship game will bring together the winner of the midweek contest and the victor in the Rising Sun-Fort Sill game. William C. Calhoun has been named referee for the tournament. PAGE'S FAMILY GETS $500 FROM PITTSBURGH BOUT Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug. 9. UP) Johnny Romero of Los Angeles scored a technical knockout tonight over Eddie Boyle of Cleveland in the fourth round of their scheduled ten round bout. Promoter Jake Mintz announced $500 was taken from tonight's show gate lo donate to the family of Johnny Page, young Chicago lightweight who died last week trom a ring injury after he was knocked out by Eddie Zivic, Pittsburgh fighter. Page's home was in Texas. An inquest will be held tomorrow. Coals Defeat Mounds, 6 to 5, in Semi-Pro Tourney The Spencer Coals of Chicago became the only undefeated team in the state semi-pro baseball tournament when they defeated the Mounds, 111 Blues, G to 5, last night at Elgin Blues 11.0 000 0305 9 Coals 000 000 06 6 10 Batteries McAllister. Clahoun and Montaii Stevens aurt Witrv. m have positive assurance q wmwmwmmmmm Baa aiajga kufidl tvlien you buy fS finnudS ILII(0)IiJl( -5-.L-. - i .J nt-a i iii im n m -v SS- Approximately fifty happy boxing representatives of the Catholic Youth organization left by chartered bus and private car yesterday for Lock-port, 111., where they will establish training quarters for a series of bouts with a team from South America t Soldiers' field Aug. 25. More than a dozen other candidates, unable to get away from work, will join the aspirants for a berth on the international squad the latter part of the week. Chester Rutecki, former Catholic Youth organization welterweight champion, who won a Golden Gloves crown last year, motored to the training base last night. Bishop Sees Them Off. The party, which included a press correspondent, was sent on its way by the Most Rev. Bernard J. Sheil, auxiliary bishop of Chicago and general director of the C. Y. O. Bishop Sheil will go to the camp Thursday to take part in an athletic outing given for Chicago sports writers and referees and judges. Whereas yesterday's departure was a lark for the boys, starting today they will be asked to buckle down to the serious business of getting into condition for the forthcoming fights. And it will be a serious task, for the scores of boxers making the trip know there are only 24 positions to be filled on the team. Sixteen will see action. The other eight will be picked as alternates. They'll Know in Two Weeks. After the two weeks' grind has been completed this select group will be named as the best of the 72 lads assigned to try for the coveted berths. a strenuous training program has j been arranged by Paddy Kane, head j coach, and Thomas O'Connell, boxing director. The daily schedule: 5:30 a. m., reveille; 6, morning' mas?; 6:80, roadwork: 8, breakfast; 11:30, chapel services; 12 noon, luncheon; 2:80 p. m. boxing and gymnasium work; 5:30, evemnj chapel services; 6, dinner; 7, moviep pn'l other entertainment; 9:80 p. m., taps. F. M. ARLITE SMITH HEADS MEDINAH SWIMMING SHOW Arlite Smith, national A. A. U. low- hoard diving champion, will headline the program at the Medinah club's water carnival tomorrow evening. Harvey Johnson, Pacific coast con ference highboard diving champion. and Dick Breen, national interscholas- tic highboard champion, will appear in a special exhibition. Bob Proctor, Chicago's city senior 100 yard free style champion, will swim an individual medley relay race against Al Jacobsen, national intcrscholastic breaststroke champion. Swimming races In comedy and novelty acts are included in the program which is open to the public. Jack Miehls, Medinah coach, will direct the carnival. B. B. Y. O. NINE AND C. Y. O. WILL MEET TOMORROW The B'nai B'rith Youth organization's senior division softball champions will play the Catholic Youth Organization's senior title holders tomorrow at 6:15 o'clock at the Douglas park ball field, as a feature of the Charter Jubilee B'nai B'rith festival. During the balance of the program, which will be held opposite the park's refectory, trophies and medals will be awarded to the recent winners in the B. B. Y. O.'s softball tournament. Presentations will be made by Archie H. Cohen, first vice president of District Grand Lodge No. 6 of the B'nai B'rith. Manders Leads Softball Team Against Rothschilds Jack Manders, Chicago Bear's full back, will appear as a softball player tonight at the St, Philip stadium, Kedzie and Van Buren streets, when his Faithorn team plays the M. L. Rothschild squad on the Windy City Softball league card. Tonight's card: Faithorn vs. M. I.. Rothschild. Representative Petrones vg. Jack Altmant I girls. Schmidt. Motors vs. Connellys. Senate Florals vs. Cialdinis. '1 f I

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