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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 25 1935 TH1KTKKW Out of The PRESSBOX Bj AL 8UTCHEIJ. ' IT'S THE KOV1NG BKE ; "When I first began boxing in .' California," J a m e s "Gentleman Jim" Corbett said in Cincinnati one time, "my father used to lecture me. 'Stick to the job in the bank, Jimmy, b'y,' said he. 'It's a fine salary you do be getting- there, and as long as you live you can kape that fine job at the desk. Remember, a "rolling stone gathers no moss."' * * * "But I kept on fighting," Corbett said, "and father kept on panning me. Finally I fought with John L. Sullivan, and. you know what happened. When I gyt home I carelessly peeled a thousand dollar bill off a roll as big as a cabbage and tossed it over to Had. 'Just a little pipe money for you, tather,' I said. 'Part of what I made in my last fight.' Father's grin began at the corners and kept on expanding. His eyes twinkled. 'Ah. Jimmy, b'y,' said he, 'it's the roving bee that gets the honey.' " * * * THE PACE GROWS. Track enthusiasts decided in 1932 that the peak of athletic performance had been reached . . . that the Olympic stadium cinderpath was the world's fastest . . . that records could never fall again as they did when the best performers of the world blasted a score of marks off the books under as nearly perfect conditions as had ever been known. * # # The track men overlooked the hard-baked, deeply ballasted cinders at Princeton, N. J. They could not predict that the Cunning-ham-Bonthron-Lovelock and Peacock-Owens duels were just below the horizon. They did not know that within three years after the tenth Olympic games, 23 world records would be broken, bettered or equaled, including the times and distances in a. dozen Olympic events. * # * During the last three years, in fact, the competitive pace has been faster and more startling than it was before or even during the 1932 games. * * * Such record-smashers as .liissc Owens, Eulace Peacock, Keith Brown, Bill Bonthron, Jack Tor- ranee and Walter Marty were not even participants in the last international games. Others, including Glenn Hardin, Glenn Cunningham and Ben Eastman, were beaten in the Olympic competition. * * * Eastman and Owens have given time and distance tbeir worst beating in the last two seasons. The former Stanford star's come-back in 1934 resulted in successful attacks --on three records, including the 880- yard run. At the same time he was finally given credit for the 140-yard mark of 46.4 seconds which he had registered in March, 1932. * * * Owens, in a single afternoon at Ann Arbor in this years' Big Ten championships, tied the 100-yard record of :09.4 and eclipsed the world standards for the broad jump, 220-yard dash and 220-yard low hurdles. * * * The Ohioan's best jump measured 26 feet, 8 1-4 inches, but he was beaten in the National A. A. U. championships by Peacock, whose winning jump of 26 feet 3 inches also bettered the existing world record. * * * THE RECORDS World record performances made and officially approved since the 1932 Olympics: lln meter hiRh hurdles--11.2 by Fcrcy Brnnl, U. S. A. 400 meter hurdles--SO.6 by Glenn Harflln, ''inn m'ctiT da»h--10.3 (equals) by Ralph Melcalfe, ti. S. A. 200 meter dash--20.6 (eqnali) ly Ralph JIftcalfe, U. S. A. 500 meter inn--1:02 by Ben Eastman, U S A . 60(1 j-ard ran--1:00.5 by Ben Eastman, V. S. A. 800 meter run--l:4!i.8 (equals) .by Ben Eastman, U. S. A, 880 yard run--1:49.8 by Ben Eastman, U S. A. 'l,000 yard run--3:10 by Lulgl Beccall, Italy. Mile run--1:06.7 by Glenn Cunningham U. S. A. 1.500 meter run--3:48,8 by Bill Bonthron, D. S. A. 3,000 meter run--8:18.4 by Henry Nielsen, Denmark. TOUT mile run--19:01 by Volmart 130- Hollo, Finland. Javelin throw--249 feet, 8 Inches bj Mntti Jarvlncn, Finland. Dl«cu» throw--171 feet, 11% Inches hi Harald Andersson, Sweden. Sbotpnt--57 ««t, 1 Inch by Jack lorrancc, U. S. A. HiRh jump--R feet 9 1-16 Inches by Walter Slarty. U. S. A. Decathlon--8790.46 points by Hans Sle- ·vert, Germany. * * * Here are the marks yet to be passed on by the International A.. A. F. for inclusion in the world record books: ](10 yards--9.1 seconds (equals) by .les.sc Owns. U. S. A. 220 yards--20.3 seconds by -fepse Owens. V. "v A. 220 yard Inw hurdles--22.R seconds by Jesse Owens, I". S. A. role vault--14 feet, 5% Inches by Keith Brown, V. S. A. Broad jump--26 feet, 3'A Inches by Jesse Owens, U. S. A. Osage Cleaners Win Two Games With Local Rivals OSAGE, July 25.--The Osage Cleaners defeated the local Budweiser Softball team in a doubleheader here Tuesday night at the Washington school grounds. Driscol) pitched for the Cleaners in the first game. The Cleaners got 14 runs from the three Eudweister pitchers and the game ended 14 to 1. In the semond game Stan Dietrich pitched a no hit, no run game for the Cleaners. The Cleaners got five hits from "Smoky" Smolik. the Budweiser pitcher. Bob Mork in the field, and Burt Hogan at bat starred for the Cleaners. "CRUCIAL" SUMMER SET IN MAJORS BE-GAZETTE RTS Pitching Star Handcuffs Mason City Legion in Final, 6-0 CEDAR FALLS ON WAY TO CONTEST FOR STATE TITLE Johnny Thompson Gets Hits for Whole Club in Tilt Against Falls Nine. CEDAR FALLS, July 25.--Too much. Jimmy Rosauer--that's the story of Mason City's 6 to 0 defeat in the final game of the American Legion intcrdistrict series with Cedar Falls. The Mason Cityans lost here Wednesday as they were shackled by the speed and deceptive curve ball of the Cedar Falls ace pitcher. Johnny Thompson, Mason City catcher, was the only visitor to get a hit, earning a pair of .blows as he cracked the ball down third base line early in the game, and getting the second as he bunted cleanly in the seventh to start the inning. Jim Mulcahy and Everett Fletcher boosted big swats to the outfield, but both were taken in. Sets Down Pair. It was the ninth inning before Mason City managed to get a runner to third base, as Rosauer eased up with the ball game on ice. A walk and a hit batsman put the runners on the lines, but the star pitcher sent a pair of Mason City- ans down swinging to end the game. Bolt's Double Best. The home club scored its first run in the third when Aikoy, third baseman, lived on an error by John "Monk" Hert, Mason City shortstop, and Conner's double saw him across the plate. With one away in the fifth, Kepler lived on an error, again made by Hert, and Bill Bolt walked after Kepler had stolen second. Both runners advanced on Fletcher's wild throw and Conners drew a pass to fill the sacks. Rosauer then aided his own cause when he looped a hit into shallow left to score both Kepler and Bolt. Home on Error. Rink Conners scored in the seventh when he connected for a safety through short, stole second and came home when Catcher Thompson's throw to Bob Cookmau at third went into the outfield. The home clan did its final scoring in the ninth when Poorman walked and stole second and came home on Bolt's double into deep center--the best hit ball of the aft ernoon. Bolt scored when the catcher again overthrew the bag in his effort to catch him stealing third. THE BOXSCOKE Kepler Ib 4 n in 2 12 2 0 II i MASON CITV-- II AB H I'O A T.C"an ]h 4 0 11 II Oinn'ly 2! il ·I.T'wn c .1 Mulc'hy cf 3 ' 2 H 2 O.T's p 4 II II 0 r f 2 0 1 0 KiliB ef Hosauer p Savace ss 4 1 (I 1 M.Hoit rt :t t) 0 0 Alkey 3b 4 II ·. I Poorm if 3 0 2 " Totals 35 6 27 8 Totals 28 2 27 13 Score by InnlnRs: Cedar Falls 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 -- f i .Mason City 000 000 0011--II Summary--Errors, ,7. Thompson 2, Connelly, Fletcher, Hert, n. Cookman; two base hit. \V. Bolt; sacrifice hit. Mulcahy; stolen bases, King 2, Kepler, \V. Bolt, Connors, Pourman; left on buses, Cedar Falls 8, .Mason City 6: struck out, by Rosauer 14, Fletcher fi; bases on balls, off Rosauer 2, Fletcher G: hit by pitcher, by Rosauer (0. Thompson. Connelly); double play, Fletcher to p.. Conkman to J. Thompson to B. Cookman to Mulcahy to J. Thompson. Revised version, no thought ot irreverence: Judge not according to the applesauce.--Davenport Times. Sparkling Field to Open Play in Waterloo Golfer Scrap on Sunday Morning WATERLOO, July 25. UP)--A sparkling field of players from Iowa and Minnesota will fire their shots over the Byrnes Park municipal course Sunday in the 36 hole second annual Waterloo open golf meet. Approximately 15 players, including several of Iowa's best professionals and amateurs, will tee off in the quest for cash and prizes. Cash awards and trophies will be given to the first and second place winners in each flight. lowans who will meet the challenge of the Minnesota invasion include Johnny Kraft of Oelwein, semifinalist in the Iowa amateur meet; Johnny Vavra, Cedar Rapids, Country club champion; Billy Cordingley. 16 year old Des Moines city titleholder; Merle Stimson of Waterloo, another semifinalist in the Iowa amateur, and many of the state's leading professionals. Main Event Blows Up and Whole Boxing Show Goes EMMETSBURG, July 25.--The 10 round main event scheduled at Graettinger. as well as 28 other rounds of boxing, was wiped off the Thursday boxing calendar today. The main battle was scheduled between Frankie Vogl of Janesvillc, Wis., and Bliss Bennett of Chicago, and was canceled when promoters learned that Bennett had been in a Monday night bout in his home city. Grelk Cracks Ball, Deckei Ten Wins 4-3 Pitcher Batters Out Homerun for All Club's Runs. M. C. SOFTBALL BOUND ROBIN STANDINGS IV. I.. I'd.| W. I.. Tel. Jllrr Wnlt 4 II 1.0001 Deck. L.S. Z 2 ,500 Jtilihvelscr ,1 1.0001 Mnytac 0 * .'I'"' Abel Son 2 1 .fifiTI S(1. Oil 0 * .000 Wednesday Results. Pecltcr Local sales 4; .MaytaR 3. Thursday Game. Budweiser vs. Abel and Son. INDEPENDENT S C H E D U L E Wednesday Results. (At Mler Wolf Flelil.) Abel nnd Son fi; Salisbury's 1, Mier Wolf 3; Salisbury's 2. (At Swaledaic.) Stvalcdalc R; Decker Beef 3. Thursday Gume. (At Thornton.) Marshall and Swift vs. Questions .Marks. Friday Game. (At Emmetsburff.) Decker Beef vs. rinites. In spite of some heavy slugging by "Freddy" Grelk, who sought to win his own ball game as he hom- ered with a pair of his nuites on bases. Decker Local Sales dumped over Maytag 4 to 3 Wednesday evening in the Mason City Softball round robin. Maytag counted all its runs as Lincicum singled, Louther doubled and Grelk cleared the bases, in the fourth inning. The Sales had scored ;! runs in the first inning on a walk, a fielder's choice and a pair of singles b3' Detra and A] Moss. The cluH failed to count its winning run until the seventh frame, when Ashlock started the hitting again with a single and Bruback followed him with the same thing. Howard's fly was good for the winning counter as Ashlock came pounding home. THE BOXSCOKE DEREK L. S I AB R H B BrlKKH 3b 2 0 I) 0 l.Vunk re 3 1 I 0 Detra Ib 3 1 1 I) A.51cm »« n 1 1 it« rt 3 K.Funk if 3 Ashl'k 0 I 0 0 0 1 0 Brub'h cf 3 0 1 Howard 2h 2 0 1 0 Eb'hardt n 2 0 0 0 MAITAG--3 A B R H E Cinc'um 93 3 Tims Ib 3 Ixiuthcr If 3 Grelk p 3 E. W'ns c 3 Kvans 3b 2 Ji.F'cc cf 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 Hanson 2b 3 0 0 0 Jo.F'ee rs 2 0 0 0 Wdklns rf 2 0 II 0 TOTALS 26 4 7 1 TOTALS 27 3 4 1 Score by inniliRs: MAYTAG 0 0 0 : i O O O -- 3 DECKER LOCAL SAI.KS 3(10 000 1--t Summary--Two base hits, Louther, Grelk; homerlin, Grelk; struck out. by Eberliarde .1, by Grelk 3; walks, off Eherhardt 1, off Grelk 3; lett on bases, Decker Local Sales B, Maytae 3. Umpires, F. Mallo, J. Mallo, Burgess. WIN CLOSE GAME Abel and Son and Mier Wolf won a pair of close games Wednesday night, the local teams taking the measure of Salsbury's Laboratory from Charles City. Abel am! Son was a 6 to 1 victor, winning on hits as the visitors got 3. while Mier Wolf collected 4 blows to win 3 to 2 as the Labs gathered 3 hits. At Swaledale, Decker Beef was beaten 6 to 3 in a Wednesday night game. There will be a local bill at Mier Wolf field on Friday night, while Decker Beef goes to Emmelsburg. BOYS CLUBS FLAY Central and Wilson Softball sections saw a full set of games in the local boys' leagues Wednesday. The Lions won 10 to 5 from the Harding Juniors; The Cards beat the Cubs 14 to 2; the Ball Crushers won from the Sluggers 6 to 5, and the Tigers beat the Eagles 37 to S. HOONTOPSIOWA STARS AT TRAPS Veteran Gun Expert Wins Top Rating With Near-Perfect Shooting in Singles. GPJNNELL, July 25. .T)--The Iowa trapshooting crown rested today on the brow of Billy Hoon, Jewell veteran, who capped a four- day program of spectacular shooting with a score of 199 hits out of 200 to carry off the singles championship. George Nelson, DCS Moines, who fired a perfect 100 score during morning competition yesterday, missed three in the afternoon and took second place in a shoot-off with Stanley Meadows, Jr., also of Des Moines. By virtue of his 197, Meadows won the junior championship and senior class B singles. The professional title went to K. D. Oslund, Fort Dodge, in a shoot- off with Guy Ward, Ottumwa, after each broke 197 of 200 regular birds. The all-around champion was Dr. P. C. Ingham, Mapleton, who fired a 3S4 score out of a possible 400; composed of 194 single hits, 97 in handicap and 93 in the doubles. The women's championship went to Mrs. Marie Kautzky Grant, who scored 1!M out of 200. Hoon added to lis laurels by posting the high-over, all score o f ' 7 7 2 out of SOO targets fired. Uncle Sam's Hope - - By Jack Sords Americans to Bid for New Hold on World Net Trophy Chances Best for U. S. in Eight Seasons, Says Chairman. SEABRIGHT, N. J., July 25. OP) --Holcombe Ward, chairman of the United States Davis cup committee, thinks "our boys have a good chance" of winning back the elusive international trophy this year. "I feel that our chances are better than they have been at any time in the eight years we've been after it," he said today. "The boys are in better physical condition than they've been previously, and they're a bunch of fighters who won't give up until the last point is scored." ALLISON TO PLAY WIMBLEDON, Eng., July 25. .V --Wilmer Allison and Donald Budge will play singles for the United States in the challenge round against England, Joseph W. Wear, captain of the American team, told :he Associated Press today. Standing pat on the same Davis cup lineup which eliminated Germany in the interzone finals, Wear announced that Allison would team up with John Van Kyn in doubles. Allison's straight set defeat at the hands of Baron Gottfried von :ramm in the interzone finals and his apparent lack of the stamina needed for three successive days of intense competition had led to reports that Wear would send Sidney Wood, blond New Yorker, into the fray against England as a singles replacement for Allison. Three Meets Draw Golfers Next Sunday at Legion. Dubuque University Sees Veteran Squad Come Back DUBUQUE, July 25. (J)--Dubuque university, persistent occupant of the cellar position in Iowa conference athletic competition, may emerge from its unwelcome situation next fall. There's optimism on the campus, for 1-t football lettermen will return to school this fall. Coach Johnnie McCaffrie has booked seven games for his Spartans. Hot Streak Puts Bluffs Pro in Shape for Match COUNCIL BLUFFS, July 25. -Tl ·Norman Sommers, Country club professional, warming up for the Iowa open golf meet at Des Moines starting Aug. 13, recently smashed out a 69 over the home course. He was three under par for the round. Somers played the outside in 39 and hit a hot streak coming home to card a 33. Dumont Wins Two Scraps With Softball Opponents DUMONT, July 25.--Dumont won two softball games, the men beating Austinville 17 to 5 with Uhlenhopp. Eltjes and Goodsell as batteries, while the girls beat Clarksville fl to Three tournaments will draw Ma- sno City golfers to the Legion Community course Sunday, Chairman Volney Hansen announced Thursday morning. The Junior tournament, postponed from last Sunday, will be played, and will be an affair open to any Mason City golfer 19 years of age and under. The Ladies club tournament and the Men's Dinner tournament will also be played Sunday. Other dates announced by Hansen include Aug. 4. on which an out- of-town squad will bo met here; Aug. 11, the Men's Handicap tournament; Aug. 18, Nora Springs vs. Manly, and Aug. 25, Men's Club tournament. Clarksville, Miller Take Softball Double Contest CLARKSVILLE, July 25.--Softball games here were won by Clarksville, 15 to 3, from Waverly, and by Miller's, 15 to 5 from the Bremer 4-H team. The Clarksville girls lost 9 to 6 at Dumont and Clark's Wildcats lost to John Deere at Parkersburg, 9 to 4. Cedar Falls and the Wildcats play a doublenead- er here Friday night. . Seein' the DAY'S STARS BENGALS IN BOTH TOP AND SECOND SPOT IN STANDING Percentages Favor Yanks as Arithmetic Shows Tigers Ahead by Half Game. By HUGH S. FTJLLEKTON, JR. Associated Press Sports Writer. Mickey Cochrane and his Detroit Tigers found themselves Thursday n the ambiguous position of being both first and second in the American league. After handing the Yankees a neat 4 to 0 trimming yesterday in the third game of their important series, their standing showed 54 victories and 35 defeats, while the jfanks had 51 games won and 33 lost. By addition and subtraction it was simple to show that Detroit was a half game ahead, but the percentages favored the Yanks .6071 to .6067. Game and a Half. The Giants entered Thursday's doublchcader finale of their battle with St. Louis for the league leadership with the comparative l.uge lead of 1V» games. They squared the series at two- all Wednesday when Carl Hubbcll outpitched Dizzy Dean and got the benefit of one inning of effective hitting to win 4 to 2. For the second time Cochrane sprang a veteran hurler on the Yanks and saw craft subdue them. 'General" Alvin Crowdcr, the ancient but by no means feeble righthander, mowed the Yanks down with four virtually meaningless hits. White Starts Clubbing. The Tigers stepped off on the right foot when Jo-Jo White, the first man up, clubbed Charley Ruffing for a homcrun and they kept it going to the tune of 11 hits. The rest of the scoring came in the thin when Ruffing's two walks and three hits brought in 'three tallies. Pepper Martin, the brilliant bu often erratic Cardinal third sacker brought the ladies' day crowd of 29,000 on to its feet in the third inning when he sprinted to second base on Dick BarteU's fumble, stole third and scored on Jack Rothrock's fly to give St. Louis a 1 to 0 lead over the Giants. Tosses A T ,vay Runs. He turned joy into gloom in the seventh when, after Mel Ott had singled and Hank Leiber had doubled, he uncorked an epic wild heave that let both runners score and Travis Jackson reach third. Two more Giant hits wound up the 5-run rally. The Chicago Cubs slashed the Cardinals' margin to a single game ly taking their second doublcheadcr in a row from the Dodgers, 9 to 3 and 7 to 6. The second game went 11 innings before Ken O'Dea's homer broke it tp after Danny Tayor had hit for the circuit with the bases full in the ninth, and the Cubs had replied with a two-run rally to tie the score. Bucs Take Pair. Pittsburgh also won a doubleheader, beating the Phillies S to 6 and 4 to 3 as Woody Jensen produced a circuit swat in each game. The Indians did likewise with a _reat outburst of late-inning slugging that produced 33 hits and beat ;he Senators 10 to 6 and 13 to 8. They moved into fourth place in the American league standing ahead of ;he Red Sox, who took a 6 to 3 licking from the Browns. The Reds moved into fifth place n the National, one point ahead of Brooklyn, by turning back the Philies 8 to 4 in their fifth night game of the season. CARL HUBBELL New York Giants Limited Cardinals to five hits, cracked out a pair of singles and with Bagley, Aredale, and Good- I drove in a run Wednesday, to boat Delwein Golfers Hold to Lead Over Other Entries in Northeast Iowa Match OELWEIN, July 25. f.TI--Ocl- wein's 10 man golf team holds an 84 stroke lead over four other northeastern cities in their scries- of tournaments which will extend throughout the summer. The Oelwein squadron, led by Carl Ashby. city champion, has a total of 3.722 strokes after three 27 hole tournaments. Dccorah is second with 3,806. West Union third with 3,853, Cresco fourth with 4.138 and New Hampton fifth with 4,197. Sumner and Waukon joined the group late and are not eligible for team play honors. sell as battery. I Dizzy Dean. California Crown Handed to Lopez in Mat Contest LOS ANGELES, July 25. (.T)-Vincent Lopez, of Mexico City and the University of Idaho, won the world heavyweight wrestling title, as recognized by California, by defeating Man Mountain Dean of Georgia, in the finals of the international wrestling tournament here last night. Lopez weighed 210 i pounds, 107 less than his opponent. 17 Events at N. Iowa Swim Meet, Aug. 4 Iowa Falls Plans 2nd Annual Contest Over Standard Course. IOWA FALLS, July 20.--Swimmers at the second annual North :owa open swimming meet to be held at the Iowa Falls municipal pool on Sunday, Aug. 4, will race standard A. A. U. distances in many events, according to the list of 17 events released today by Roland White, pool superintendent. Outstanding swimmers throughout the state are expected to participate in the Iowa Falls meet as a warm-up for the Mid-Western A, A. U. swimming and diving championships to be held at the Camp Dodge pool in DCS Moines Tuesday, Aug. 6. Inquiries Come. Inquiries from stellar aquatic Jcrformers have already started Doming to Superintendent White. The first request for information came from Mabel Hall, stellar DCS Moines veteran. Ewert Weeks, University of Pennsylvania, who won the 100-yard breast stroke and -10- yard free style at the 1934 meet, is another Des Moines tanker expected to participate. Dick Westcrfielcl, of Cedar Rap- els, men's high point winner last year, won the mile swim at the Hamp Dodge pool by 150 yards last Monday. Medals Assured. Gold, silver and bronze medals for first, second and third places in each race are again assured with the Iowa Falls Community club, Lions and Rotary clubs underwriting the cost as they did last year. A trophy will again be offered for the men's 160-yard relay. Last year the cup was carried home by a quartet of Cedar Rapids splashers. The meet will be contested in four divisions, junior girls 14 years and under, junior boys 15 years and under, senior women and senior men. Entries should be mailed to RoV and White, superintendent, Munici pal swimming pool, Iowa Falls Kach competitor must inclose with his entry a fee of 25 cents to aid in defraying; costs of the meet. 17 Events Listed. The complete list of 17 events is as follows: Junior girls (14 years and under) --20 yard free style, 20 yard bac"k- stroke, and 20 yard breast stroke. Junior boys (15 years and under) --40 yard free style, 40 yard backstroke, 40 yard breast stroke, 3 meter board diving (plain front, back dive and 3 optionals.) Senior women (15 years and over --40 yard free style, 40 yard backstroke, 4T) yard breast stroke, and 3 meter board diving (plain front, back dive, and 3 optional.) Senior men (16 years and over) -40 yard free style, 100 yard backstroke, 100 yard breast stroke, 100 yard free style, 160 yard relay (4 swimmers), 3 meter board diving (plain front, back dive, running half gaynor, back jack-knife, running front with halt twist, and 5 option- als.) THREE SCORE OF GAMES HAVE BIG POWER IN RAGES Giants, Cards Meet in 11 as Yanks, Tigers Play in 9 Contests on Bill. By I'AUI, MTCKELSOX Associated Press Sports Writer. CHICAGO, July 2. r . OB--Weary typesetters for tile baseball extras mig-ht as well set up the word "crucial" nnd set it aside in a handy spot for the rest of the season. It's going to be a most "crucial" summer. Figuring on three-cornered pennant races in both major leagues, no less than 58 games of the "crucial" variety must be played between the hot flag contenders--it they stay hot--before the bands strike up and the alibis start flyin:t Sept. 29. Here arc the "crucial" situations: National league: The Giants and the Cardinals must meet in 11 more games--six at New York and five at St. Louis, including today's dou- blchcadci- at Pt. Louis. To date, the Giants hold the edge, seven games to four, winning fou r out of six at home and three out of five at St. Louis. Cubs Have Eight. The Chicago Cubs, only 2 .«, games behind the Giants today, have eight games left against each of their rivals, four at home and four away with the Giants, five at St. Louis, three at home against the Cardi- The Cubs lost six out of eight o the Cards at Wrigley field and our out of six at Sportman's park. Against the Giants, they lost five · i t of seven at the Polo grounds ind reversed their showing to draw ip all square with seven victories and seven defeat 1 !. American League: The Yankees tnd Tigers have nine games left 'ive at New York and four at De- .roit. The Yankees hold the edge, winning four out of seven played 'at Detroit and breaking even at" home with three victories "and three defeats, a margin the Tigers can wipe out today. Sox Have Plenty. The two teams still have plenty of business left to do with the surprising White Sox, who are only four games behind the leaders and going at a steady pace with a long- borne stay ahead of them. The Yankees have 14 gumes left to play with Jimmy Dykes' men, eight in four clays at Chicago and six at home; the Tigers must play them 10 times more--six of them at Detroit. Cbi- =ago holds an S to 4 game edge over :he Tigers and are even with the Yankees at five-all. Four of the current contenders finish their campaigns against each other, the Cubs winding up with a our game series at St. Louis and Detroit closing with three games at Comiskey park, Chicago. The Giants close with three at Boston and the Yankees with three against the Red Sox at New York. STANDINGS WESTKBN W. I.. I'rl.l Davenport 511 23 .liS5[ C. Bluffs 40 ?H .'jHKj St. -Joe 42 33 -5(i()[ Sioux City 34 35 .4931 NATIONAL \v. L. ret.! Xew York 55 30 .1)4" St. Louis at '.K ,(i2S' ChlraiED SB 35 .Ollll I'ittsbu'Kll 4!) 41 .544! A M E I t l r A X IV. L. 1'ct.; si X. York IMrolt Chiraeo Cicvc'nd .6(i7!i Til 4K :if .SKI 41 40 .!i^4 A M E R I C A N 1 A \V. I,. I'rl Mlnn']io!is TiK :!K .liO) LEAGUE W. T. Rniillls 34 Kr.ikuk illi 1). M'ncs 32 LEAGUE IV. (J'cinnnti 40 Brooklyn 3n f'hirphla J6 Bujitnil 23 LEAGUE W. Itnsfnn .1.', I'hirphla 37 \\nsiriim :ifi St. Louis 2» SSOCIATION W. Mil'nnkrc 4K s». r;ini 1:1 Toledo 3!l L i m l i v l M r ."0 .474 .4111 Frt. .44il .44S .414 .1SS Pet. . . T i l .451 , IVI. ..Ill Southwestern Iowa Golf to Draw 100 in Entries SHENANDOAH, July 25. on-Hore than 100 golfers will compete n the annual southwestern Iowa jolt meet over the Southmorelanrl club course starting July 28. The tournament will run through Aug. 1. A. M. Pedersen of Atlantic is the defending champion. Sid Richarci- son, youthful Creston player who went to the semifinals of the trans- Misissippi meet, looms as one of "'edersen's most feared rivals. RESULTS W K S T K H N I.EAfirK Siniiv f i l y (i: rrtlnr Ilapld* ». I;i\rnpnrt ·). 2; SI. .1o.riti It. 1. Krnlcuk IX; Mr* .Vfrtfrrs J. NATIONAL I.KAfH'K I'illsbtirfch 8. t: riiiliulrlplil.i fi. 3. Chirac" 1, 7: llronklyii 3, fi. »\v York ·!; St. I.otiis '*. Cincinnati S; I'liilndrhiliiii 1- A M K R I T A N I.KAM'K Cleveland 10. 13: \YnsltliiKlon B, 8. St. I^uls fi; KoKton 3. Detroit 4; New York ft. Chlciscn nt I'hilnrtrtiihla, ntin. A M E R I C A N ASSOCIATION Louisville 0. 2: rnltinihtlfi IS. 19- Imllnn.ipolk 11; Tulrdii -|. Mllwnukrr t!»: Mlnm-niKiUs it. M. Paul 10: KnuRiM City 7. SCHEDULE AVEKTEKN I.KAGl'E Sioux City at K r f t k i i k ' C . Rnplife at D. M'rsi \ (Huff* nt Pfiv'iiorl N A T I O N A L I . K A f U ' E N. York nt St. I-, ( 2 HiMon n,t Cinclnnnti I'hH'pliin al I'lttsliurcli Brooklyn at (liti-ano A M E R I C A N I.KAGrK hlrnco nt I'liirphia Hclrolt nt Nf\v York St. Ixnils Tit Bofilop- Clrxr'nd at \Vnsh*trm A M E R I C A N ASSO IAT10N Alht'nMi* nt M i t ' n t i U r r 1,'vlllr nt Cntiimbm St. I'aul HI K i i n . C l t Toledo, at .Inirimllft %%'//·* TM, - a » ; -- ; --^ Tired of straws het-e's a hat for ea/-// wear n DOBBS MA1LOEY ' KSJLEVAI) ABU?. Son Inc

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