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CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1941. CARDINALS GET 5 IN 8TH; DEFEAT GIANTS, 13 TO 9 Victory Breaks 5 Game Losing Streak. w York. July 10 UP). The St. Lcuis Cardinals blew an eight run lead in the seventh hming tonight, but came right back with a five run Hast of their own in the eighth to Jown the Giants. 13 to 9, before 34,-f 34 in the Polo Grounds. Howard Krist, the Cards' fourth pitcher, finished the game to take credit as the winning hurler and end Et. Louis' five-game losing streak. The Cards took an eight-run lead behind Max Lanier in the first five Innings, as Gus Mancuso and Coaker Tripiett hit home runs. The Giants got the eight runs in the seventh on homers by Pinch-hitter Joe Orengo and Babe Young, the latter vith the bases loaded. Dick Bartell belted a homer in the eighth. Score: DICK TRACY Music Class I THAlij IT. PUT THE I OKAY? THE SPOTLIGHTS fwHAT YtRIGSER, WE KNOW I I PHOTOGRAPHS, CAMERA fc IM SET. BRING HIM IN, yEP IS THIS? YOU STOOD IN THAT I AND DIAGRAMS ON V . PAT. . TL YOU I ROOM IN THE BLOSSOM sCV THE TABLE. A V ' CANT- HOTEL AND SHOT, OR v i I gr A HIRED SOMEONE" ELSE H i i , M TO SHOOT, THE CZAR 1 I I VJ j"' IN HIS ROOM ACROSS 7" 0 p RT' j ' l ll' l WEVE GOT THE PROOF AND WE'RE GOING "TO SEND YOU UP THE piipd ;n vruib rfttfr SINS, BROTHER, SING CALIFORNIA PARK ENTERS 51 FOR 1 00 YARD SWIM They'll Compete July 20 in Tribune Meet Trials. SMITTY IT WON'T BE LONG NOW ST. LOOS. . AbKHrAI r-ri "b a 1 C 3 R linker. i-f Tnor cf 4 13 3 O Bartell. 3tv T-!r.TiJi 2 2 11 O' Ar virh.lt Hipp. If 3 1 1 1 O Wittiar.p Mi7lh f 2 C 5 II McGw.p f s nirrf S 2 2 2 o fitt.rf 3 it, n 3b S 1 2 1 2 Tannmf.C 3b O O n O O Half . 2b Virion M 5 0 2 2 3!Voun.lb Marvuoc S 1 1 J 2 MurEa.aa Ianr b 3 110 OiMelioo p Giirbfrt.B o o o o l!A1amo .NEW YORK. Ab R H P A 4 0 0 2 0 ft 2 3 1 1 2 10 10 O O O O 1 0 o o o o MUD 4 10 7 0 3 10 3 4 4 1 2 12 1 b 1 0 O n 1 O O O 2 0 0 0 0 2 1110 0 tno OOOn OiOrenrn Exit l. s 1 1 0 0 01 J. Moore.lf 1 0 0 0 0 43 13 IT 27 71 37 f 27 17 D!Eare batted fnr Melton in fifth and Ia Inr 'Wstf.r in enbth. t Batted lor aiiics in Ktemh. Lftii 001 340 05013 Tork 000 OOO 810 9 rrcr CrDi. Ba. J. Brnm, Rucker. Jtr tatted :n MaDfM. Tripiett (31. f'rnto 121. Danmrg. Hale. Youne I4J. T. o5re. Siauthter 21. Marion 12). Bartell. Tao bae tii!" J. Brown. Marion. Bartell. E-rr,e run Mamnsn. Tripiett. Orenro. Your. Bartel! Sacrifices T. Moore, t'renoi. IwuDie play Miikuki to Marion. Left on bit w York. S: St. Louie. . Bases on ba.i Lamr. 4: Meiton. 2: Gumbert. 2: Wit-i.f, 2; Krit 1. Strufk out Melton. 2; Laawr. 7; ffittiit. 1: Krwt. 2: McGee. 2. K-i Mehon. 7 in 5 innmrs: Adams. 4 in 2: ;tt!f. am 1: McGee. 1ml: Lanier. 7 in 1-3: Gumbert. 0 in 0: Shoun. 1 in 0: Krist. i in 2 2-3. Wirminir niu-her Kriet. Losing r:fb"r Wittir. Umnires Dunn. Maertiurth, a3d Stewart. Time 2:50. Attendance 34.894. DODGERS, 8; BEDS, 3. Brooklyn. N. Y, July 10 UP). Joe Medwick, Cookie Lavagetto, and Billy Herman drove in all of the Brooklyn runs today as the league leading roders. behind Kirby Higbe' live hit pitching, defeated the Cincinnati Reds, 8 to 3. Medwick hit a home run. his 10th of the year, and a single, and Lavagetto and Herman twp doubles apiece. But while the Dodgers bagged 10 safeties in all, young Pete Re:."er went hitless for the first time in 13 games. It was Higbe's 12th victory, against f x r3fats. Score: 1 VJEa,-TUERETHV GO- W HO WOULD MER -J VI ThCT AGVC MEOieiNS W Hoi BICkFlSH- WoSH'j? H BOSS CTO' OLD I VJOOLO EMERTELL I ccrpo u cv uRpca 1 f Sl;'.? T" E.RGKTR:.7HH AWB0W WHERE fES K'oiOhtW Minor Leagues 0sen's 7 Hit Pitching Wins for Cubs, 3 to 1 CINCINNATI. i BROOKLYN Ab R H P Al Ab R H V A rrr-r 3b 4 0 0 1 o Re m 4 3 110 3f-! 2 111 0 Herman 2b 4 12 5 4 Craft 'I o 0 O 0 0 Reiser cl 4 0 0 6 0 Fr-TCh 4 2 2 O 4 L v to 3b 3 12 2 2 T M-C lb 4 O 1 11 O Meriw'k If 4 1 2 3 o r,tr,T, rf 3 o n 2 n r mi h lb I rr-i! 4 O 0 5 0 0n.r X M-c If 2 0 0 2 o Walker rf j-k- 3 0 0 1ft HiKbe.o V rrMr B O 0 O 1 ft Vore n i n o n o 4 0 1 O 4 0 0 3 0 3 112 0 3 110 0 1 0 H ,11 SO 32 4 12 1 33 S 10 27 6 Continued from first sports page handled the situation by getting Rowell on a pop foul and Moore on strikes. , There was hitting on both sides in the seventh, but the difference was that the Cubs scored to break the 1 to 1 tie. Dahlgren led off with a single, was bunted to second by Mc-Cullough, went to third on Sturgeon's infield out, and scored on Olsen's single. In the Braves' half Javery and Sisti singled, but two were out at the time and Cooney was disposed of easily on a grounder to Sturgeon. Then the Cubs picked up their eighth inning run on a pass to Dallessandro, Nicholson's double which sailed into left, and Galan's fly, on which Dallessandro scooted cross the plate. Cubs and Sox Up to Date Averages Apptinc . Wright .. Kntrk br . Kuhel ... Chapman Lo'cianl. . Rreerieh Tresh .... T. Lee... Hons Snltera . Webb .... Ricney . K. .Smith. I.ynni ... Dirkey .. Kolloway Turner . Hallett . Kennedy Dietrich . Applet on Haynea . Ron .... Team BOX. Ab R H2R3R HRHRRIFrl. .2.? 46 R6 It 4 1 4 51 .3"-i .211 30 tn 1 .238 43 KB 18 .298 48 82 22 11 20 S 32 7117 23 63 11 22 At 6 4 14 13 11 2 5 A ft . 73 .27 .242 .238 . 5 .181 .10.1 . 21 ,. 3 . no .. 42 .. 22 . .. 2 ,. 1 1 1 2 ... 10 hattioa 14 n a 8 lO 8 4 11 4 2 3 2 ft A ft 3 2 44 A ft 20 8 10 47 2 19 3 O 37 0 19 1 22 ft 4 1 4 23 2 1 18 1 2 ft O ft 1 ft ft .294 .277 .275 .274 .2 .200 .2 .VI .2S5 .219 .238 .208 .MM .200 .11MI .182 .1M .113 .13ft .083 .nM) .mm .onn home, Edgar Smith to Face Senators for Sox Today M'Ncill Rallies to Beat Freeman in Western Meet FRENCH PITCHES TODAY A -nr. batted lor Moore in fifth and Koy T!T tia in ninth. rnrmmti OOO 100 02O 3 i.--,mvi 320 300 00 8 F.rror Kerman Jnoat. Run batted in I.ttf.lo 12 . Medwiilc r.ll Herman F.fl i M.- ormu-k. Fre. (ileraon. Two hate hi I - I.Tr-tto 121 Hermn 121. F. McCormick frrr Home run -Medwiclc. SaoTifice Hisbe. Iiejl le tiay Herman to Camilli- Lavateuo f hnsu: re to Joost to McCormick: 2Tetro to Herman to Camilli. Left on b f'im-mnaii. 6; Brooklyn. H. Raees on ram anrter Meer. 2: Berga, 2: Hisbe. b r!rlt out Vanrter Meer. 1: Moore. 3 Hiibe. 3 Hil Vander Meer 8 m lii In rms; Moore 3 in 2': Brn. 1 in 4. Wild r i'fc hiihe. Looinr Dlt'-uer Vanrter Meer I rrrrea iVtnlan. Goetx. and Reardon. Time 2 Aiiendane 15.4M clua 6 81 bo riRATKS, 6; PHILS, S. Philadelphia. Pa., July 10 &). The rmsburjjh Pirates rallied for five runs off Tom Hughes in the eighth inning tonight to beat the Phils, 6 to 5. Stu Martin started it by reaching first on Dan Murtaugh's error. Arky Vaughan and Debs Garms followed -ith singles. Hughes purposely passed Rip Collins, then lost control and walked Maurice Van Robays and Vince DiMaggio. Livingston chipped in with a passed ball, and Frank Gus-tir.e capped the rally with a single. FITTSPT-RGH i PHILADELPHIA. A b R H P A ' Ab R H P A 3 r'ii.M 3 0 1 2 3 Murfa-h.Sb a 0 111 &rro 11 1 0 o B ) mtn.rf 5 0 0 2 0 Tavi.c 1 0 0 2 0 L whilr.lf 5 1110 E 3b 4 O 0 O 2 Elten.lb 4 14 5 1 L-'htlb 1 0 O 3 O Marty.c-f 4 115 0 riiiiM.lb 2 1 O 1 1 Brasan.es 4 O O 2 4 Elrtt rf 3 1 2 3 0 L gston.c 4 0 0 7 0 VEtin'l 3114 0 Mav.3b 2 O 1 4 O IiM riof 3 0 110 HuKhe.o 3 0 0 0 0 tV-jT:ne 2b 4 0 1 2 2 Pearson. p 0 0 O O 0 IrT7 e 2 0 0 1 O JRino 0 0 0 0 0 Martsn 2 1 O 0 01 PuHtran B O O 0 1 Oi t, 2 0 O 1 3! tcj 2 110 2 33 H 27 13 3fi 3 P 27 fi Fumed for Lopex in eighth. F'i-d lr Andernon in eirhth. Sbat'ed lor Pearson in ninth. f tKbunh OOO 000 J 50 8 rnideiihia 100 002 om 3 Frrora Collmii 121. Ouatine. Murlaurh : .n battel in T;tlen 12 1. Livinanton. In JHar:o K'l i. Garmi. Van Rohava Home run S'Tih'e Marty. Handley. Ilou- r'iar Mirrtaugh tn finnan to Ktttra ; tiritin to Ktten; Amlerfn to 0uetlne M )-lhr-F. Ifl on baee i'liilliea. 141; Pttte i 5 iiaae on ball II u( lira 4: He or 1 1 1 i;Hiran ".. Siruk mil Hnibe 5 e-cw!! 1: Praron. 1: Sullivan. 3. Hit l-ihi, 7 in inninta: peamon, 1 in e!l. 7 in 1- Sullivan. 1 in 2. Wild pit h ull-Tan Paed ball LiTinraton Wjn-r r,f r:t' hr Seweil. Ieinr pither H'lffhea, I mrir BaTlanfant. Barh'-h. and Pinelh. At- leTiriane t .JO. Time 2 .01. K'hlrago Tribune Prraa Service. 1 Boston, Mass., July 10. Larry French, who is suffering with a record of nine defeats against four victories, will southpaw for the Cubs tomorrow in the second of the series. The Braves will present Jim Tobin. When Casey Stengel, the funny man who manages the Braves, saw the Cubs' new baby blue uniforms today he wanted to know whether the club also furnished perfume. A ft ft A A ft ft ft A At hat. 2.K08; hit nerrentaie. .253. Allendane: At 314,203; total. 73A.. - CIBS. A A8 R H 2B3B HR SB RBI Pet. 89 10 2 S 4 22 .308 ft ft ft A A2 13 2 2 72 21 1 4 89 11 A 1ft 20 2 A ft ft 2 A A At A 47 7 9 2 25 4 27 'Aft 11 4 7 3 7 ft 13 1 1ft 2 8 0 1 ft 3 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 Hark ......289 A7 Monty .... 18 3 favarretta.197 Da1Ie,dr..27ft MrhoHnn 2A7 Dahlrren .. 78 Srhefflns .. 3 Metall'h..2tA St nr icon ..204 WESTWARD HO'S GOLF TEAM WINS OVER RIVERSIDE Westward Ho retained its lead in the C. D. G. A. west district team matches by defeating Riverside, 14H to at Glen Oak yesterday. The victory gave Westward Ho a season's point total of 83 against 74 Vi for Riverside, the runner-up. George Dawson; playing over his home course, shot a 3538 73 for low. gross honors. He led Glen Oak to a 16 to 11 victory over Medinah Other leading scores were George Reed, Riverside, 37 39 76; Charles Wilson, Riverside, 3i) 37 76; Hunter Brown, Glen Oak, 39 39 78, and Ben Conforti, Westward Ho, 403979. Results of , yesterday's matches: Westward Ho. 14; Riverside, 1214. Brook-wood. 14i: Hinsdale. 12. Elmhnrst. 17; Oak Park. 10. Glen Oak, 16 Medinab. 11. Team standings: Westward Ho. 83'i; Riverside. 7414: Brook-wood. 57',: Medinah, 67; Glen Oak, 66; Elm-hurst. 30':-. Hinsdale. 30. Georra .. I .el her .. Stringer V. Olsen. French .. Galan . . Passean W. Lee.. Pressnell Hudson . Root F.rlrkaon rae .... ,. 41 ..lift ..259 . 3 .. 34 .. Art .. A3 .. 41 .. fi .. 19 .. 19 .. 11 .. 3 27 43 37 12 I 23 2 2 18 3 10 ft ft ft ft 3 1 0 4 ft ft 1 1 ft A 3 A 2 A O A A A A ft A A A 19 Al AO 9 8 28 13 4 21 2 4 3 11 ft ft Team hattlni: At hat, 2.580 1 hits. percentage. 2l2t attendance, at Home. 84A total. A8A.1A8. .278 .284 .282 .258 .258 .211 .237 .230 .220 .217 .212 .212 ,2A8 .197 .189 .182 .187 .158 .158 .991 .OOO 826 1 338,- Edgar Smith, winning pitcher In the All-Star game in Detroit, will oppose the Washington Senators in Comiskey park this afternftOR. Steve Sundra may pitch for the Senators. Manager James Dykes attended last night's game incog. There was some alarm that statements attributed to Mrs. Grace Comiskey yesterday cot Jimmy an extra 10 days or so In the dog house, but Dykes himself revealed no anxiety about Mrs. Comis-key's defiant attilude. Dykes managed the club last night from a box behind the Sox bull pen off left field. He received the press there, but was guarded in his comments on his dog house tenancy. Luke Appling was back at short. experiencing a miraculous recovery from the wounds which kept him out of the All-Star game in Detroit. It was the second time Luke has been wounded before the All-Star contest and each time he was fortunate enough to heal rapidly. The White Sox office announced last evening that, altho all box seats have been sold for the Sunday double-header with the New York Yan kees, 33,000 grandstand, and 5,000 bleacher seats will not go on sale until the gates are opened Sunday at 11 a. m. Indianapolis, In'd., July 10 W). The first four players seeded in men's and women's singles were victorious in quarter-final matches today in the 54th annual Western tennis tournament. But national champion Don McNeill of Gambier, O., needed three sets to beat fifth seeded Dave Free man of Pomona, Cal., 5-7, 6-3, 6-4. Defending western champion, Bobby Riggs of Chicago and Clinton, S. C, seeded No. 2, behind McNeill, downed Harris Everett of Jacksonville, Fla., No. 8, 6-4, 6-4. Frank Kovacs of Oakland, Cal., No. 3, eliminated Earl Bartlett of New Orleans, No. 6, 6-4, 6-3. Billy Talbert of Cincinnati, seeded fourth, beat George Ball of El Paso, Tex., 6-1, 6-2. eliminating the last of the uneedd players. Pauline Betz of Winter Park, Fla.. top seeded in women s singles, beat Catherine Wolf of Elkhart. Ind., ses'de'd ichth. 6-3, 6-4. Driscoll Goes Back to Bears as Halas' Aid John IPaddy Driscoll, former Marquette university head football coach, joined the coaching staff of the Chicago Bears yesterday. George Halas, owner and head coach of the National Professional league champions, said Driscoll and Line Coach Hunk Anderson would be his active aids this season as the powerful Chicago squad seeks its second straight title. Driscoll was a football star at Northwestern during the World war, later playing with Halas on the Great Lakes naval training station eleven. Then came an extended career in pro football, including four years as a member of the Bears. Driscoll became head coach at Marquette in 1937 and remained thru the 1940 campaign before, resigning. He now has a seat on the Chicago Board of Trade. BY WILFRID SMITH. California park, of course, is expected to support the 100 yard free style qualifying races which will be held in the California park pool July 20. But the list of 51 boys who were en tered in this sectional swimming meet- yesterday by Pete Miller is the largest team entry received so far. With few exceptions the bulk of the team entry will compete in classes B and C, which include the years from 13 to 16. These age divisions cus tomarily are the largest of the five. As a result, these two divisions will furnish more qualifiers from the four sectional meets for the championships on July 27 and the others. The 120 qualifying positions in the 10 finals five for boys and fivefor girls are divided between the sections at California park, Sherman park, Cer-mak, and Whealan pools, on the basis of number of entries. F.ntry Deadline on Sunday. The Napervtlle. III., swimming team, Jackson Natatorium, and sev AMF.RICAN ASSOCIATION. W. I.. Pet , W t. Pt Minn'tmlia 4 :. "5 'Tolen 42 42 V Louisville 49 34 .;"9 St Pan! 3X4 444 i nhimhiis 45 33 .S, Ind nohs 3 4T 44 Saa. Cut 43 34 .55K Milwaukee 24 67 YESTERDAY'S RFSri.T. A.MF.RK'AN ASOf IATION. TndianaiMlm. 8: Milwaukee. 1. Kansas Otr. 7: Louisville. 0. St. Paul at Cnlnmbna. postron? : ra.'t. Minneapolis a l Toledo, postponed: rain. PACIFIC COAST ZJCAGCE. Seattle. 2; Portland. 1. San Dieao. 7: $a-ramente. 4. Oakland. 3: San Francisco. 1. Loa Anaeles. 7: Hollvwood. A. INTERNATIONAL LEAGCE. Newark. 6-2: Buffalo. 3-7. Srractiee. 13: R'-heter. 5. Jersev "itjr. 4: Toronto. 1. Baltimore 2; Montreal. 1. THREE EYE LEA5CE. TVcatur 5-7: Cl'nton 2 9 Snrinrneld. 7- Cedar Raoi!. 1. Waterloo at Molme. otiie! ram Madison at Evansvtlle. cosroooed: raia- TEXA LE AfJCE ShrsTeport. 11; Beaumont. 8. Houston. 3: San Antonio. ? Tula at Fort Worth, poirronsd. tratE-inr weather. Oklahoma Citr at DaHaa. rotrpeed. rata. WISCONSIN STATE LEAGUE- Shebcrran. 12- Annleton. 6, I. Croe. S; Cishkosh 1 Janesville. 6- Wisconsin Rapids t. Green i T. 18: Fond Du Lac 7. NORTHERN T.EACrE Eau Claire. 5: Farao-Moorhea A Grand Forks. : superior 8 110 issisnl. rniliith. lO- Cmoksinn. t. Wausau. lO; Winnipeg-. 3. SOCTHERN ASSOCIATION. New Orleans. 3- Chattannoc a. 0. Nashville, ; Memphis. 7. Atlanta at Birminsharn. pos'rrie!. w-4 -rounds. MICHIRAX STATE LEAGUE. St. Joseph, a; Lansmc. Z. Lola Wenael eral YMCA squads were among ether entries received yesterday. The deadline for entries is midnight Sunday. While the annual 100 yard race have been sponsored for the last 12 years by the Chicago Tribune Charities with the purpose of encouraging novice swimmers, the champions in the higher age brackets naturally are the most experienced and frequently have won AAU titles. Fifteen year old Lois Wenzel of Shawnee Country club team, which is coached by George Eckert, is one of the younger stars. Last year she wen the Cfei-cagoland 100 yard championship in Class B 13 and 14 years of age and now is entered in Class C Miss Wenzel received national reo ognition last year when she competed in the Junior AAU championships at Shakamak park, Ind. TWELFTH ANNUAL TRIBUNE SWIM Plaai antar ma in tha qualifying triali of th fwalfth annual 100 yard fr ttyla ChicagoUnd swimming raca sponsored by Tha Chicago Tribuna Charities, Inc. CHECK SECTION IN WHICH YOU WISH TO COMPETE July 19. Carmak Pool, 7600 Ogdan avenue, Lyon. IIL July 19. Sherman park, 52d straat and Racina avanua. July 20, Whaalan Pool. Milwaukee and Daven avenues. July 20, Cal'iornia park, 3901 North California avenue. (ferries Cosa J.fy 131 CHECK YOUR AGE CLASS Boys Girls IS and 16 years of age. Class C II and 12 years of age. Class A 17 and IS years of age. Oats D 13 and 14 years of age. Class B 19 years of age and over. Class E Print your name and address plainly in peneiL There are separate races for boys and girls. All contestants 16 years of age and over must register at the preliminaries with the A.A.U. The registration fee will be paid by The Chicago Tribune Charities, Inc. ,.lftNSli Nam , Street . City ... Club (if Mail entry to Wilfrid Smith, sports depertment, Chicago Tn'buee, Chicago, III. Finals will be held in the California park pool July 27. any) "THE ALL AMERICAN WAY" 'A tound motion picture pro-tfuctrf by the Chcogo Tribune end released1 thru Superior Pictures SHOWING TODAY AT THESE THEATRES OUT-OF-TOWN: Waryone Theatre Eveiuville, Ind. Mid-Town Theatre Detroit, Mich. Pasadena Theatre Detroit, Mich. Hoover Theatre Detroit, Mich. Community Theatre KlRfltOR, Wis. Carefree; Swift and Cool CHIPPEWA to Eastern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan If s smart and thrifty to ride the super-speed Chippewa. You travel In clean, cool comfort ... an joy appetizing meals at low cost ... avoid highway and weather hazards. Rail fares ar very low. Northbound Central Standard Tim Southbound Daiiv C'aum Station Dail 12 50 pa Lv. . . Chicago . . Ar. 9:40 pirn 2:03 pa Ar. I Milwauka Lv. 8:10paa 3:21 paa Ar. I Plymouth . Lv. 6:50 pm a3:32 pm Ar. . Eli hart Lake . Lv. a6:40 pm 4:03 pm Ar. . . Hilbart . . Lv. 6:08 pm 4:42 pa Ar. . Green Bay . Lv. 5:30 pm 5:45 pm Ar. . . Colaman. . 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