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" PACE TWENTY TI3 CONSTITUTION. ATLANTA. CA TUESDAY, SSFTEtSZSX S. If 31. tis sounrs standard newspaper Yanks Push Lead to 14 12 Qames; Cards Bedt-afid Tie Reds SPUD CHANDLER WINS 1ST GAME FOR Y0RK Harris, Brown Rookie, Limits Tigers to Five Safe Blows. PHILADELPHIA, Sept .VP) The champion New York Yankees won both end$ of a double-header from the Philadelphia Athletics . today, copping the second game 2-0 after coming from behind to win the first, 7-6. A five-run outburst in the eighth inning gave the Yankees the first game. Spud Chandler, who relieved Donald, reecived for the win, although himself relieved by Murphy. YANKS 7-Jj a. e o. riRST GAMLI W.YORK ab.h.po.a.tpHIL. rroaetti.s ill liMoses.rf RolfOb 5 S 3iwaom,ss Keller .rf 9 11 0' Johnson Jf DMafflo.cf 4 4 OHayes.e Oirkey.c 4 0 7 1 Siebert.lb t Selkirk.lf 0 S ONafeUb Gordon 2b 13 1 3Ambler.2b )ahlgren,lb 4 0 !Oentnbeln p 3 1 o unspmsn.ri i m h 1 0 0 Lod(tanl,3b 4 113 ONE OF. THREE SPILLS WHICH THRILLED, FANS AT, LAKEWOOD ab.h po.a. 4 e a i 4111 114 0 112 1 4 2 1 3 1111 0 0 3 0 110 0 aHanrtc -hanfllw.o 0 0 0 O'Ross.D xxRuffin 0 0 0 OPotter.p KxxPowall 0 0 0 ODean.p Murnhy.o 0 00 4 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 Totals 30 S 37 71 Totals 34 10 27 12 Batted for Donald In seventh, xx Batted for Chandler In eighth. . xxx Ran for Ruffing in eighth. nmA 4r AmhlM 111 ninth. Ttt . Vorb 100 000 ISO 7 Philadelphia 200 301 0008 Runs. Croaettl J. Selkirk. Cordon, 3. Dahlgren. Powell. Moses, Newsom. John-n Naeel. Chanman. Lodieiant; errors Keller, Lodiglanl. Newsom. Ambler; runs batted In. Dickey. Crosettl 3. Rolfe. Hayes, Stebert. Nagel. Lodiglanl 2. Johnson: two-base hit. Keller; three-bane hit, Croaettl; Iimh runa. Naffel. Lorltaianl: stolen Base, rhmmin: aarriflcee. Hayes. Slebert. New som. Ambler: double play, Moses to Chapman to Nagel, to Slebert; left on bases. New York 10. Philadelphia 10; base on balls, off Donald 0. off Ross , off Dean 2; struck out. by Donald 4. by Chandler 1. bv Murnhv 1. by Ross 2: hits, off Donald 7 la innings, off Chandler 2 in 1 inning, off Murphy 1 In 2 innings, off Ross i In 7 2-3 Innings, off Potter 1 In no Inning pitched to 1 batter), off Dean 1 in 1 1-3 innings; wild nltrh. Donald: winning Pitcher. Chan tlev: lonlna Ditcher. Potter. ITmplrea. Plpgras. Basil end Summers. Tim of game, 3:34. SECOND OAME.) W YORK ah h oo.a.lP'PHIA ah.h.PO.a rroaettl.aa 3 11 1 Moaes.rf 3 0 10 n Newsom. s i i DJohnsonlf 4 14 0 0 Rrucker.c 3 0 5 1 0ISlebcrt.lb 3 0 0 2 3 zHaves 10 0 0 0iNagel.2b 3 0 1 Rolfe.3b 3 Keller.rf 4 DIMaglo.cf 4 Selkirk.lf 3 Gordon. 2b 3 Rosar.c 4 Dahlgrn.lb 4 Russo.p 4 Chapmn.cf LodignUb Nelson.p TzTlpton Plppen.p 3 13 3 0 1 3 0 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 ', . ' z , A,, H; : ; y f '" tt A.. X 'J '-,w'-.,:c:vt: .f GLiNTS CAPTURE DOUBLE-HEADER FROM PHTLL ThU '37 Ford two-door shown turned over was piloted by Buddy Enzor, who, luckQy, escaped without serious injury from the mishap. The men shown have rushed out Constitution Staff Photo Bill Wilson. to assist Enzor. A. R. Grogan and Hollis Simmons also had the misfortune of wrecking their cars. A great crowd saw the holiday card. , I 1 0 V 1,1 'J Totals 31 7 37 71 Totals 30 inn iBatted for Slebert In 0th. ..n.tiwt fnr Nslaon In gth. New York 001 000 0102 Philadelphia 000 000 0000 Runs. Rolfe. Russo: error. Gordon: runs batted in. Rolfe, DIMagglo: two-base kit. niM,,ln flordon. Rolfe. Keller; stolen baes, Moses, Gordon; sacrtlice, Crosettl: left on bases. New York T. Philadelphia S; bases on balls, off Russo 2. off Nelson 4; struck out. by Russo 3, by Nelson 3. by Pippen 1: hits, off Nelson 7 In 0 Innings, off Pippen 0 in 1: losing pitcher. Nelson. Umpires. Basil. Summers and Plpgras. Time of game. 1:43. Attendance 34.126. ROOKIE IIOLDS TIGERS. DETROIT, Sept. 4. (IP) The Detroit Tigers and the St Louis Browns battled to a 5-to-5 deadlock in the second contest of their double-header today with play called at the end of the eighth because of darkness. The teams will play off the contest tomorrow. St. Louis took the opener of the twin bill. 3 to 2, as Bob Harris, rookie right-hander, limited the Bengals to five hits. RED SOX LOSE TWO. BOSTON. Sept. 4. UP) Despite a homer by Manager Joe Cronin in the seventh inning, the Washington Senators defeated the Boston Red Sox. 6 to 4, today, to sweep a double-header. The Senators had won the first game, 7 to 6. A three-run triple by Shortstop Charlie Gelbert with two out in the fifth proved the deciding factor in the first game. Jimmy Foxx, chief cannoneer for the Sox, clouted his 35th home run in the first inning with two out and none on off Joe Haynes, starting Washington pitcher. WIN LIPTON CUP. NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 4. (P) Needing only a third place to keep the garish old Sir Thomas Lipton cup a second year, southern yacht club racers today confidently went out and won the fourth and final race in the nineteenth Gulf Yachting Association's fish class championship series. American League SENATORS 7-4; RED SOX . (FIRST GAME.) WASH. ab.hpo.a! BOSTON ab.h.po.a. Case.rf 4 0 0 0i Cramer ,cf 4 0 S 1 Lewis,3b S 3 0 HVosmik.U 4 1 S 0 Welaj.cf 3 11 0 Foxx. lb 4 3 0 0 Estalella.cf 4 0 0 01 Williams. rf 3 3 3 0 Gelbert.ss 4 13 10 Cronin. s 3 13 1 Bldwrth,2b 4 18 Tabor,3b 3 10 3 Vemon.lb 3 114 l:Carey.2b 3 0 3 3 Perrell.c 4 1 3 0 Peacock.c 10 3 0 Haynes.e 3 1 0 2 Wade.p 0 0 0 0 Crrsquel.p 10 0 1 Dickman.p 10 0 0 zmnnicamp 1 1 o o Auker.p 110 3 zzFinney 10 0 0 Totals 35 0 27 21! Totals 29 9 37 8 t Batted for Dickman in fifth. . it Batted for Auker in ninth. Washington 120 031 0007 Boston 110 013 1006 Runs, Case. Lewis, WelaJ, Estalella, Bloodworth. Vernon 3, Foxx 2. Williams, Cronin, Peacock; errors. Cronin, Tabor; runs batted in. Gelbert 3, Case, Welaj, Ferrell. Haynes, Cramer, Vosmik. Foxx, Williams, Tabor, Peacock; two-base hits, Welaj. Vernon. Williams 2, Foxx; three-base hit, Gelbert; home run, Foxx; stolen base. Welaj: sacrifices, Welaj. Cramer, Cronin, Carey, Peacock; double Slays, Gelbert to Bloodworth to Vernon ; left on bases, Washington 0, Boston 4; bases on balls, off Haynes 4, Wade 3, Dickman 1, Auker 1; struck out, by Haynes 1, Dickman 1: hits, off Haynes 8 In 6 1-3 inninga, Carrasquel 1 in 3 2-3, Wade 4 in 1 1-3. Dickman 3 in 3 2-3, Auker 3 in 4; wild pitch. Wade; passed ball. Peacock; winning pitcher, Haynes; losing pitcher. Wade. (SECOND GAME.) WASHTN ab.h.po.a. 'BOSTON ab.h.po.a. Case.rf 3 3 4 OCramer.cf 3 0 3 0 Lewis.3b 4 3 0 liVosmik.lf 4 0 3 0 Welaj.cf 4 13 0 Foxx. lb 4 10 3 Estallela.M S 1 3 0 Wllliams.rf 3 0 3 0 Gelbert.ss 4 3 1 4 Cronin.ss 1113 Bldwrth.2b 4 13 1 Tabor.3b 4 3 13 Vemon.lb S 3 9 0 Carey .2b 3 0 8 3 Gtullanl.e 3 15 1'ZzFinney 10 0 Appleton.p 3 0 0 0 Desautels.e 3 0 4 IzzzPeacock 10 0 (Lefobvre.p 10 1 IGalehuse.p 0 O Roy Hall Is Winner Of 100-Mile Feature Jap Brogdon Finishes 2d Before 16,000 at Lakewood; Singleton Leads for 76 Miles. Roy Hall, a reckless and plucky youngster who never pulled into the pits and not once asked for relief, yesterday thrilled 16,000 fans by driving his 1937 Ford coupe home first in the 100-mile stock car race at Lakewood. Hall's time for the 100 miles was 96 minutes, 22 seconds. For his well-earned victory, the youngster won $350 of the $1,000 prize money which went to the first ten drivers. Jap Brogdon, of Chamblee, fin-1 B a. rouce Hamir nan Is Demon at Wheel I If yoaVe not goutr mr with I I the girls, come im Trees I I Sing U Edr Blades! Their I I keen. Boa-lrrttatlnr edges shir clean and smoothl J i 0 0 0 zNonenkmp 10 0 0 1 wagner ,p o o o i Totals 3413 27 7 Totals 28 4 27 13 zBatted for Galehouse in 7th. tzBstted for Carey In 9th. zzzBatted for Desautels in 9th. Washington 000 300 3008 Boston 011 000 1014 Runs. Cast 3, Lewis 3, Estalella. Giuliani. Williams, Cronin 2. Lefebvre; errors, Williams. Tabor; runs batted in. Welaj 3. Estalella 3. Lewis. Gelbert. Foxx, Cronin, Tabor, Finney; two-base hits. Lewis, Tabor: three-base hit. Tabor; home runs, Estalella, Corinin; stolen base. Case; sacrifices, Welaj. Giuliani, Appleton; double plays. Vernon (unassist ed!. Bloodworth to Gelbert to Ver,non, Carey to Foxx. Cronin to Carey to Foxx left on bases. Washington 10. Boston 4; bases on balls, off Appling 7. off Lefebvre 5. off Wasner 1: struck out. by An- pleton 4. by Wagner 2: hits, off Lefb- vre In 0 3-3 Innings, off Galehouse 1 in 1-3. off Wagner 3 in 3; losing pitch er, Lefebvre. BROWNS 3 3: TIGERS 2-5. (FIRST GAME. ST. LOUIS ab.h.po.a.! DETROIT ab.h.po.a. Heffner.zo l iiMcosKy.cr 2140 B'rdino.3b 3 1 1 1 Cull bine.lf 4 0 10 M'Qu n.lb 4 010 1 1 Gehr ger,2b 3 13 Laabs.cf 4 13 O York.c 3 0 3 Gal gherjf 4 3 3 0 Gr'berg.lb 3 1 11 1 Grare.rf 3 10 Oi Higglns,3b 4 11 Glenn.c 4 14 1 Fox.rf - 4 0 1 Chr'man.ss 3 13 4 Cro'cher,ss 3 0 3 Harns.p 4 0 0 2 zAvertll 10 0 ITrout.p 3 11 Totals 39 9 27 101 Totals 30 3 37 13 zBatted for Croucher In ninth St. Louis 010 010 0103 Detroit 000 110 0003 Runs. Laabs, Gallagher. Christman. Greenberg. Trout; errors. McQuinn, Croucher: runs batted tn. Glenn. Green Rr P.,an1tni UrTnalf. Hallsffh,, ' two-base hits. Trout, Gallagher; three- base hit. Christman: home run. Green ber: double nlavs. Greenberg to Crouch er to Greenberg. Croucher to Gehringer tn Greenberg. McQuinn to Christman to McQuinn: left on Dases. lxnns 11. Detroit fl: bases on balls, off Harris S. off Trout 6; struck out, by Harris 3, by Trout S. (SECOND GAME STLOU1S sb.h po.a. DETROIT ab.h.po.a. Heffner.2b 3 15 3 McCosky.cf 3 13 0 Brrdino.Sb 3 0 3 2 Cllnbine.rf 3 0 3 0 McQuin.lb 4 1 11 0 Ghmgerjb 3 13 1 Laabs.cf 4 0 0 OYork.c 4 1 S 0 GUgher.lf 3 3 3 O'Gmberg lb 3 2 9 0 Grare.rf 3 1 0 0 Higgins.Sb 3 0 13 Harshany.e 3 0 3 3 Fox.rf 3 1 3 0 Crstman.ss 3 10 4 Crouchr JS 3 2 0 1 Kramer.p 1 0 0 0 Rowe.p 2 0 0 1 xSullivan 110 OIThomas.p 0 0 0 1 Lawson,p 10 0 I r Averill 10 0 0 INewsom.p 0 0 0 0 - uKogeil 0000 Totals 55"? 24 14' Totals 37 8 246 (Batted for Kramer in 5th. (Batted for Thomas in 7th. uRan for York In 8th. St. Louis 000 PVt 003 Detroit 131 00 05 (Called end Sth. darkness. I Runa. Gallagher. Grace. Harshany. Christman, Sullivan, McCosky. Greenberg, Higgins. Fox. Croucher: error. York; runs batted in. Gehringer. Croucher 3. McCosky, Greenberg. Christman 2. Sullivan, Berardino. McQuinn: two-base hits. Fox. Heffner. York; homo run. Greenberg; stolen bases. McCosky. Croucher. MrOninn. Fox: sacrifices. Heffner. Be rardino, Grace. Cullenbine: double plays. Christman to Heffner to McQuinn 3: left on base. St, Louis s, Detroit 9: oases on balls, off Kramer 3. Lawaon 4. Row 1. Thomas 2. Newsom 1; struck out. by Kramer 1. Lawson 3. Row 3. Newsom 1: hits, off Kramer S In 4 Innings. Row S in 4 2-3, Newsom 1 tn 0, Lawson 3 la 4. Thomas la 3 1-3. . ished second, some 25 seconds back of tie demon-like Hall. Then in order came Bob Flock, Ben Tatum, Buddy Johnson, J. L. Simpson, W. H. Brown, Bob Reid, Bob Baker and Speedy Goff, the Birmingham racer who won the feature event last July 4. Red Singleton, who won quali fying honors and pole position be fore 4,000 people Sunday by driv ing the five miles in four minutes and 22 seconds, failed to finish in yesterday's spectacular event, but he was one of the day s outstanding performers while he was in there. The sorrel-topped Atlantan led at the 25-mile mark the 50-mile mark and the 75. The daring Hall overtook Red at the 77th mile and held the lead the rest of the way. Singleton's car became overheated and he was forced to pull his ma chine in at the 88th mile. Following the race, officials im pounded the 10 automobiles and placed them under rigid inspection, after which Roy Davis, chairman of the committee for inspection, announced that all machines were strictly stock cars and fully entitled to their final standings in the race. Harry Glynn capably served as chief scorer and Sig Haughdahl, who won and beat Ralph De Pal- ma at Ascot in 1925, was official starter. Dourbon A Rye Paul Sf JMg .... - Pt. Pork $4.25 j y Spring v , Ij Pt. Golf News Of Atlanta 117 WINS DOGFITE. J. O. Rhyne. L. E. Mock. E. M. Malcolm and M. E. Fleersch composed the winning foursome in the dogfight tournament yesterday at East Lake. The winning acor was 117. In second place at IIS were W. C. Thompson. Jack Sargent, Billy Street and Frank Reagin. George Sargent Jr., H. T. Dobbs Jr., Cody Laird and A. V. B. Gilbert had 119. as did Dave Ison. Ben Conyers. H. L Ralls and S. M. Haw. With 123 were Dick Heaton. H. P. Bond. W. D. Owen. George Moon: and J. A. Whatler. W. C. Caye. 3. F. McElwee and W. A. Rhodes. With 123 s were T. B. Robertson. J. C. Kyle. P. F. O'Brien. W. F. Ison; and Houston White. W. F. Connell, A. N. Patten and R. S. Mather. Fifty golfers participated in the blind bogey meet. Wimberly Peters won with a 75. A. 3. Vane. W. T. Banning. W. T. Ison, Cliff Curry. W. F. Corinelt. A. N. Patten. T. A. Martin and J. C. Kyi had 76 s. Keith Conway. Arch Martin. Dr. H. W. Ridley and B. M. Graham had 74 a. L. A. Dean and W. C. Thompson Jr., tied with 136's to win in the first di-! vision of the 36-hoIe medal play tourna ment. H. T. Dobbs Sr.. won division two with a 129. Dick Heaton was second with 134. In division three H. W. Jordan and E. A. Lemond tied for top place with 133. HOUGH WINS BOGEY. Harold Hough won the blind bogey golf tourney at West End yesterday with a card of 68. A. W. Duke, Mel Clark. H. W. Chambers, J. H. Phagan and Charlie Tur ner were tied for second place with 70's. J. W. Slaton wen the special prize for being closest to the flag on No. 8. and C. . Betull was closest on No- S and also had low gross acora of the day with a 70. THREE TIE AT ANSLEY. There was a triple tie for ton elac in the Ansley Park blind bogey yesterday. P. D. Allen. E. G. McLia and Carol Porter coming up with 79 s. H. c. Jones with an 80 and H. F. Ge and H. E. Mayfield with 78 s. tied for second place. la the flag tournament. Harry F. Gee won first place. Royal Terrell placed second and Rub Cunningham finished third. BROWN WINS MEET. Finals in the Atlanta Lions dub golf tournament were ended thia week and J, C Brown emerged champion by defeating Jamea T. Turner in the first flight. Brown shot an 84 to take the cup. In tho aecand fllcht Dr. W. U Thorn ason defeated Victor F. Todd tor firt nlx. J. T. DeUeaeelin defeated James E. Carlton for the championship of tha third flight. , ' CANDLER PARK BOGEY. Candler Park blind bogey winner over the week end mcluaea Tom rmiieia. Pat If alone. James H. Barnert. R- F Wiae. Bob Wych. Miss Olive Chalfield and Bads Hughes. FOUR SHARE JONES BOGEY, Na one hit 7. the winning number la the Bobby Jones holiday blind bogey vesterday afternoon. Gus Sams and John H. Bnuta aaa wn a. wau lAiinar aad H, K. MrClnah ha it a. "He's a genius at the wheel," agree Atlanta police when speaking of Roy Hall, the young daredevil who won yesterday's race at Lakewood. For two years Hall gave chase to Atlanta police, being charged with running liquor, but proved a veritable will o' wisp, always outspeeding the law. Finally, about a month ago, an army of Fulton, DeKalb county and Atlanta police succeeded In capturing the young demon of the highways. Roy then vowed he'd mend his ways. At the present, Hall Is out on a $500 federal bond for running liquor; was released on a $300 bond by DeKalb county for speeding and reckless driving and Is out on three $500 bonds charged by Fulton county with running liquor, speeding and violating the state motor vehicle law. His driving license is reported suspended. BOWLING SEASON OPENS TONIGHT The eleventh annual bowling season will officially open at the downtown bowling alleys tonight at 7:30 o'clock with four leagues participating in the opening cere monies that will pave the way to the resuming of organized compe- j tition by more than 3,000 men and women who will roll in league matches this season. The Bible Class League of 12 teams. Ladies City League of eight teams, Gate City League of eight teams, and Amateur League oi eight teams will be active on the downtown drives as the starting whistle is blown. The uptown alleys will be the scene of a hot race in the initial match of the Peach-tree League. A total of 230 individual players will be represented in the team bowling as the season opens with this total soaring daily as other leagues open their schedules. In the opening of play on the downtown alleys, the Bible Class league will have Grace Methodist playing St. Mark Methodist. Decatur Presbyterian matched with Kirk wood Methodist, Vanguard Class and Triple E Class bowling. Holland Class and the Kirkwood Baptist are matched. Sylvan Hills Methodist to tie up with Builders Class. The Amateur League will have General Electric scheduled with Railway Mail Service, Southern Daries playing United Motors Service: Delta Air Lines bowl ing Randall Bros, and the Eastern Air Lanes and industrial uie ec neaiw insurance teams roUinc The Ladies' City League schedule is Thomas. lac. vs. Herts Driv-Ur-Self. Chamberlain Weaatherstrip vs. Carithers- National League PIRATES 2-8; CUBS 1-3. (FIRST GAME.) PTTTSB. ab.h no.a. 'CHICAGO ab.h DO P.Waner.rf 5 3 1 0iHack.3b 4 113 Vaugh'n.ss 3 13 5! Herman, 2b 4 0 3 Elliott.cf 4 13 0 Galan.lt 4 3 4 Hizzojf 3 13 0 Gleeson,cf 4 0 3 0 Fletcher .lb 4 0 13 0i NchUon.rf 4 110 Handley.3b 4 0 0 4! Hartnett.c 4130 Young.2b 4 13 4 G.RussU.lb 4 3 12 0 Susce.c 4 3 3 O'BarteU.ss 4 0 3 S Butcher j 3 3 0 4 Dean.p 3 0 0 1 Totals 3410 2717! Total 3S S27 1S Pittsburgh 100 000 0012 Chicago 000 001 0001 Runs, P. Waner. Butcher, Galan; errors, Rizzo. G. Russell; runs batted in, P. Waner; two-base hits, P. Waner, Butcher; sacrifice. Butcher; double plays. Butcher to Vaughan to Young. Bartell to Herman to G. Russell. Herman to Bartell to G. Russell: left on bases. Pittsburgh 10. Chi cago 7; bases on balls, off Dean 3: struck out. by Butcher 3. Dean 2: hit by pitcher. oy uun ivaugnani. umpires, Moran, Sears and Barr. Time of game, 1:3L Attendance. 30,000 (estimated). (SECOND GAME.) P BRGH ab.h po.a.lCHlCAGO ab.h.po.a. L.tvaner,cx 333 01 nacx.jD o 1 a P.Wanr.rf 5 4 0 0jHerman.2b 4 3 9 Vaughn.ss 4 14 3 Galan.lf 4 2 2 Rizzo.lf 4 0 3 O Gleesonxf 4 0 0 Fletchr.lb 3 1 13 2'Nicholsn.rf 4 11 Hndley.3b 4 0 0 0 G.RuscU.lb 3 18 Young.2b 4 3 0 4 Bartell.ss 4 0 4 Mueller ,e 10 3 ljMancuso.e 4 0 6 xKlein 110 O Page.p 3 10 Susce.c 1 1 1. 0j Whttehill.p 0 0 0 Kllnger.p 4 0 1 3izfteynolds 10 0 Totals 36 13 27 13! Totals 33 8 27 14 xBatted for Mueller in 7th. zBatted for Whitehall in Sth. Pittsburgh 000 100 10 9 Chicago 000 020 0103 Runs, L. Waner. P. Waner 2. Vaugh an. Young. Fretcher. Hack. Herman 2; errors. Hack. G. Russell, Bartell: runs batted in. Fletcher 4. Klein. Herman 2. G. Rusell; two-base hits. P. Waner. Galan 2, Nicholson: home runs, Fletcher, Herman; sacrifice, Mueller: double plays. Herman to G. Russell. Bartell to Herman to G. Russell; left on bases, Pittsburgh 8, Chicago 7; bases on balls, off Kiinger 3. off Pace 2: struck out by Kiinger 4. by Whitehill 2: hits .off Pace 12 in 8 1-3. off Whiitehill 0 In 2-3: wild pitch. Page: losing pitcher. Page, umpires. Sears. Barr and Moran. Time of game. 3:03. Attendance 32.974 official. Bucs Take. Two From Cubs; Bees and Dodgers Split. NEW YORK. Sept. 4 3 The New York Giants won both ends of a holiday double bill fcom the Phillies here today, nosing out a win in the second game, 7-6, after whitewashing their opponents, 10- 0 in the Iirst game. (FIRST GAME PTJTHIA ab.h.po.a lN. YORK ab.h.po.a. Martin Jf 3 0 1 1 Whitehd Jb 4 2 3 4 D.HafeyJf 21 OMooreJf 411 Martyxf 41 0 Demaree jf S 1 5 0 Hughes .2b 4 3 8 2 Seedsxf 3 110 Brack.rt 3 0 1 0 Dannince -4 3 4 1 Suhr.lb 3 13 0 OTJea.c till MavJb 4 11 S MCrthy.lb 5 311 0 Schareina 4 3 'Jurges.ss i i a Millles.c 4 13 0!T.Hafey.3b 4 1 0 1 Higbe. p 3 t I Schumchrj) 2 0 0 1 xMueUer 13 3 O Brown.p 2 2 0 1 Totals 34 S 34 131 Total 38 1427 14 xBatted for His be in 8th. Phidadelphia 000 000 00 0 New York 014 202 lOx 10 Runs. Whitehead 3, Moor 2. Demaree, Seeds, Danning 2. T. Hafey. Brown; er rors. May 2. wnlteneaa. surges; runs batted in. Danning 8. McCarthy. Seeds 3. Moore: two-has hits. Danning. Mc Carthy; home run. Danning; stolen bases. Hughes, Whitehead: aouDi piay, urown to O'Dea to McCarthy; left of bases. New York 3. Philadelphia 9: bases on balls, off Schumacher 1. off Higbe 4. off Brown 1; struck out, by Schumacher 3. by Higbe 2. by Brown 1; hits, off Schumacher 2 In 8 1-3 innings, off Brown 3 in 3 2-3; hit by pitcher, by Higbe (Whitehead) ; win-nine- nitrher. Schumacher. Umpires, Stewart. CampbeU and Megerkurth. Time of cam. 1:53 . Attendance estimated 12,000. (SECOND GAME. mm .A ihhnai.lN. YORK ab.h TJO.a Martin If 3 11 0iWhhead.2b 4 2 3 6 Hughes.2b 4 13 2 Moore.it a s o o Martv.rf 4 12 0 Demaree.rf 4 12 0 Brack rf S 2 0 O Seeds.cf 5 2 10 Suhr.lb 4 18 OiDanning.c 3 14 0 Mav.3b 5 12 2 McCrthy.lb 5 2 14 1 Scharein.ss 3 11 3 Jurges.ss 3 xMueller 1 0 0 0 Hafey ,3b 0 0 0 O'Lohrman.p 3 18 USalvo.p 4 10 OizRippla 0 0 0 O.Lynn.p zzoti Yarosz 8-5 Favorite To Whip Ben Brown With Dempsey As Third Man. Smart Money Goes Down On Pittsburgh Ace. By HI AO BOLT. As the Ben Brown-Ted Yarosz match draws near it is set for the ball park; Monday night there occurred the thought that this might be the time to discuss the gambling element in our town and the rather important part it can play in the outcome of Atlanta's biggest ring attraction in modern history. Young, is Davis.e Beck.p Higbe,p Total 310y24 7 Coffman.o Brown.p 13 2 4 0 0 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 36 13 27 13 tRaltnl for 'Srhareln in Sth. yNone out when winning run scored. zBatted for Salvo in 6th. 7.7RattMi for Lvnn In 8th. Philadelphia 010 050 0008 New York 001 300 0217 Runs. Martin. Hughe. Marty, Brack 2, Beck. Whitehead 2. Moore 2. Demaree. Seeds, Jurges; errors, Scharein. Hafey, Brack. Jurges. Young; runs batted In, Mav McCarthy. Demaree. Seeds 2. Mar tin 2. Brack 2. Suhr. Moore 2. Jurges: two-base hits. Brack. Moore: three-bate hit. Brack: home run. Martin: sacrifice, Hughes; double plays. Hughes to tcna-rein, Jurges to Whitehead 4o McCarthy: left on bases. New York 12. Philadelphia 11; bases on balls, off Lohrman 2. Beck S. Salvo 2. Lvnn 1. Coffman 1. Higbe 1: struck out, by Beck 6. Lohrman 1, Salvo 1, Lynn 2: hits, off Lohrman 7 in 4 Innings (none out In 5th I, Salvo 2 In 2. Lynn 0 in 2. Coffman I in 1-3. Brown 0 in 2-3. Beck 9 in 8. Higbe 3 in 0; hit bv oitcher. by Beck (Demaree). by Lynn (Davis); wild pitch. Lohrman; winning pitcher. Brown: losing pitcher. Higbe. Umpires, Campbell. Magerkurth and Stewart. Tim of game, 3:37. Attend ance, 13,039. REDS 0-6: CARDS 4-8. (FIRST GAME.) CTNCIN. ab.h.po.a.lST. LOUIS ab.h.po.a. Werber,3b 4 0 1 SlBrown.ss 3 114 Joost.2b 4 12 2! S.Martin.2b 4 3 4 3 Goodmn.rf 4 11 0 Slaughter .rf 4 13 0 McCrmk.lb 4 2 9 O MedwickJf 4 110 Simmons.lf 3 12 UMize.lb 3 1 12 0 Lombardi.c 4 16 0IT.Moore.cf 4 0 2 0 Craft.cl 4 0 1 l uuttrage.oo 2 i a W.Myers.ss 3 0 2 3!Owen.c 4 3 3 0 L Moore.p 0 0 0 0 McGee.p 2 0 0 2 Shoffner.p 2 0 0 2! xBongvani 1 0 0 0 Johnson.p 0 0 0 0 Totals 32"6 241li Totals 3210 27 13 x Batted for Shoffner in eighth. Cincinnati 000 000 0000 St. Louis 400 000 00x 4 Runs, Brown, S. Martin. Medwlck. Mize; error, Joost: runs batted in, Slaughter. Medwick. Mize 2; home run, Mize; sacrifice. McGee; double play. J. Brown to Martin tn Mize: left on bases. Cincin nati 7, St. Louis 7; base on balls, off L. Moor 1, off McGee 2. off Shoffner 1; struck out, by McGee 3. oy onoiiner 3. by Johnson 1: hits, off L. Moore 3 in 1- (nnlnv nff Shoffner 7 in 6 2-3. off !.kpi,nn nnn in I: Inline Ditcher. L. Moore. Umpires. Stark. Baiiantani. wins and Klem. Time of game. i:sa. (SECOND GAME. rtv h h nn a 1ST. LOUIS ab.h DO. S u'.,h., it, 3931 Hrnwn.ss sail GambleJf 4 10 0 S.Martin M 4 1 Z iw.!,,', if 1 nan siauehter.rf 4010 O oamn,rr 1 a b witowh..,u. j MeC'mk.lb 3 2 7 1 Mize.lb . 3 2 6 0 H'berger,c 3 2 4 OX. Hoore.cf 4 14 1 Craft,cf 5 2 2 0 G'tter'geb 4 13 1 W.Myers,ss a o 1 o uwen.c m Joostb 4 3S t-ooper. p u y y Niggeling.p 3 0 0 HAndrews.p OOOO Shoffner.p ooo zu uivu w y Johnson.p 0 0 0 O Lanier. p x Lombard! 1 0 0 0 Bowman.p 0 0 0 0 Thompsn.p 0 0 0 OjzzKing 2 2 2 2 Ianoun.p w v v v Warneke.p 0 0 0 1 Totals 37T3T7"-7iTotals 331127 10 xBatted for Johnson in ninth. zBatted for Andrews in 6th. zz Batted for Bowman in 8th. CincinnaU JJ'-J St. Louis 000 200 310-8 r-.n. raTiait lwcaii of darkness.) Runs. Goodman 3, McCormick. Joost Nigseling, L. Martin, Slaughter, MedwicK Mir Onltmdn: errors. Gutteridge. Nlggeling, Owen; runs batted In. Hersh-berser 2. Craft. Mize 3. Goodman X v.i ,.. v . Kins'. Werber: two-base hits, Craft 2. Brown, Mize. Joost; three-base hits. Goodman. Medwick; home run. ui... aaHHfti-. R. Martin. Nisgeling 2, Werber. Miie. King: double play, Werber to Joost; left on baaes. Cincinnati 13: c, m.ia 1- hiwi on balls, off Niggeling 2. off Cooper 4, off Lanier 1. off Bow man I: strucK out. Dy rujein . uj BROOKLYN, Sept. 4. (V- The Brooklyn Dodgers and the Boston Bees plit a holiday double-header today, the Bees taking the nightcap. 5-2, after being nosed out in the opener, 5-4. (FIRST GAME.) BOSTON ab.h.po.a. IBKLYN. ab.h.po.a Sistl.zb 8 1 Z'tscaran.zo o w o 1 O'Lvagetto.30 9 9 1 1iWalkr.c 4 0 2 1 0 Camilli.lb 3 1 10 1 3 O Parks.rf 4 10 1 2 Koy.lf 4 3 0 4 I Todd.e 3 0 7 4 8 Durocher.ss 4 2 3 1 TxxHudson 0 0 0 0 pressneu.p l o l u Htchnson.p 0 0 0 0 ic Moore 110 0 Hamlin.p 3 0 0 0 xxxHlgwth 0 0 0 0 The boys "who wager their mon ey for a living constitute, as we see it, no particular eviL After all, none of the greenbacks leave our city. The money just passes around among the gamboleers. Thus far, no one has heard of any of them getting rich. Likewise, there, are no reports of even one entering the poorhouse. It is their life, their business, and the policy of outsiders always has been to lay off so long as the betting fraternity remained in the background the bleachers at the ball games, or in their own group at all sporting events. On the last Brown-Taross tight, which was won on a questionable decision by Brown, thousands of dollars were risked. And when the verdict was announced, the gamboleers led the revolt, screaming; bloody murder. The ring-was a mad circle of wildly gesticulating officials, many of whom know no more about boxing than they do about the present whereabouts of Herr Hitler. It was a nasty situation. There could have .been a riot. There had been reported attempts to influence Referee Tommy McCarthy to sell out The only thing Tom McCarthy will sell and the only thing he feels he has a legal right to sell, are electric razors. And so, when he gave the decision. which he felt was right and just, regardless of the great wave of opposition when greeted his ac tion, some of the betting boys let him have it with both lungs. In the first place, a check of past fights discloses that few of the gamboleers buy ringside seats. Yet, they are always there, clut tering up the place, yelling phrases which they hope will influence the decision of the referee and judges. ribbing the fighters and their sec onds. L. C. Warren, who Is promoting; this next show, reveals that no one will be allowed in the ringside, or on the playing field back of the ringside at the next show, unless his ticket stub calls for him to be there. There is a tremendous interest in the fight next Monday night arid thousands of dollars are being and will be wagered. Brown rul ed a bare 11-10 choice in the first contest. Right now, Yarosz is an 8-5 favorite. Whether this is due to the presence of Jack Dempsey as referee, or whether the smart boys are sure than Yarosz is the superior fighter and will win this one, regardless of who referees, is all a matter of conjecture, CRACKERS Continued From First Sports Page. Garms.lf S 1 Hassett.lb 4 1 West.rf 4 Rowell.cf 4 MaJeskUb 3 Lopez .c 4 Warstler.ss 4 Turner.p 4 that means everything for both teams. Nashville couldn't stand two defeats and neither could the Crackers and a split would not be very satisfactory. The Crackers are playing fine ball again and the series in At- anta should be a rip snorter. i THE BOX SCORES (FIRST GAME.) Wauace-i;ounney jeruuns ores. it. in-: , ri -i"-. , rnmr rn7nTdBon,,r,d'nd WP.A I" jSI "S B9?I. v,.k Niggellng 10 In l-3 innings: off Shoff- aia i an 3j a rrvTTtw? out naiiui'a via, m vs. ti man 9 In 1: off Thompson 0 in 1. off Cooper 11 in S 2.3. ff Andrew e- to 1-3. off Lanier in 1; off Bowman in 1; o,n.,M 1 in 2-3. off Warnek 1 In 1-3: wild Pttcn, snoriner. vimpiirj. fant, Dunn. Starr ana mem. turn, Paid attendance, zo.ioo. The Gate City League, second high average men's league or tn city, wiu find Hood Service Station bowling Carlyle 4c Reynolds. Power Club vs. En gineering contractors, oenumc rim Company vs. Warren Company and Southern Distributors vs. National As sociation of cost Accountants, reacn-tree Leagu wUl have Crockett. Southern Spring Bed. Public Safety. 3. E. Harris. duPont. W. D. Alexander, John Jarrell. Co-ta. k. m. v-oia ana norm Sid Tennis Club active. Gaf ego and Warren Limber Up Arms KN0XV7JXE, Tenn., Sept 4. (JP) George Cafego, Buist warren and other Tennessee backs tested their throwing arms today in a light dummy passing scrimmage. Many of the aerials found their target despite the fact they were among the first tossed by the Vol dingers. ; - v - ; Plenty of line blocking also was dished out to the Vol "Mules" by Assistant John Barnhill before Coach Bob Neyland hustled his athletes off to tha showers. SOUTHERN LEADERS Saw n,at A t .T pit Snji. (Including Game of Sunday. Sept, 2.) g. an. - r. n. per- Haas. KashTffla . Young. KnoxvMle Eckhardt, Memphis Rucker. Atlanta C. Chapman, Nash. 110 427 71 154 Jl 14T 5M 104 30t .360 llT 4S4 54 181 OS5 133 483 87 168 -MS 1M 416 S3 144 .340 hm RiinswDuea. NashriTte. 22. Stolen Base Benjamin, vnaiianooga. ii Run Batted In Young, Knaxvin. 123. Double Play Chattanooga, ids. ITCHING. . .: w- L rx-t- to. n. U. . 18 ' f .720 SO 319 103 r-iu- 'Huh. " 14 S .700 177 230 123 L Harris. A'l. IS ' .M7 204 318 110 l .m Knmr 11 T -850 171 252 1Z3 Caatta. . - - im i -ot mi h iw Totals 37 112513 Totals 36 1127 11 xBatted for Hutchinson in 5th. xxRan for Durocher in Sth. xxx Ran for Hamlin in 9th. Boston 020 000 1014 Brooklyn 000 030 0115 Runs. Sistl, West, Rowell. Majeski. Koy 2. Durocher. Moore. Hollingsworth; errors, Hassett 2. Durocher 3, Camilli, Warstler 2: runs batted in. Turner, Cos-carart. Lavagetto 3. West. Kay, Sisti: two-base hits. Lopez 2. Koy. Lavagetto; home runs. West. Koy. Sisti; stolen bases, Hughes, Whitehead; double plays. Todd to Camilli, Warstler to Hassett. Warstler to SisU to Hassett 2: left on bases, Boston 9. Brooklyn 8; bases on balls, off Turner 2. Pressnell 2. Hutchinson 1: struck out. by Turner 3. Pressnell 1, Hutchinson 0, Hamlin 2; hits, off Pressnell S in 3 1-3 Innings. Hutchinson 0 In 1 2-3. Hamlin 6 in 4; wild pitch Turner; winning pitcher, Hamiin; losing pitcher. Turner. BEES 4-5: DODGERS 8-2. SECOND GAME.) BOSTON ab.h.rjo.a.iBKLYN. ab.h.poa. Cooney.cf 3 0 1 0 Cscarart.2b 4 3 13 Garms.lf 4 14 i vagetto.ao a a 2 Hassett.lb 3 2 1 Walker.cf 3 0 S 0 Majeski,3b S 1 1 0'zAlmada 0 0 0 0 west.rf 432 o camiui. 10 a u iw Lopez.c 4 2 3 liParks.rf 5 12 0 Warstler, 9 13 2 Koy.lf 4 0 10 Sisti Jb 3 4 4 4Todd.e 4 z 9 Erckson.p 2 10 3 Durocher.ss 4 2 3 3 xOutlaw 110 0 Hlgswrth.p 3 0 0 3 Fmkhse.p 1 0 0 0 riMoore 10 0 0 McFyden.p 0 0 0 UTamulis.p 0 0 0 0 Mtcnson.o v v v v IzzzHudson 10 0 0 Totals 39 13 27 131 Totals 34112710 xBatted for Errickson in 8th. zRan for Walker in 9th. zzBatted for Hollingsworth In Sth. vTTRaftavf tn Hutrhinann in 9th. Kmlmi 001 000 0223 Brooklyn 000 011 0002 Runs, Hassett. MajesKl, warstier, bish. Iopez, coacarart. rarxs; errora. -ttn UvhnlMi! runa batted In. Cooney, Lavagetto. Durocher. SisU 2. Outlaw. Lopez; two-base hits. Sisti. Lavagetto: sto len base, coscarart: sacrifices. tmcR-wn, WaiVMP 9 lmi. rmn: double plays, Garms to Sisti. Sistl to Warstler to Has sett. Coscarart to Durocner to tmmi. HmiI n W.nllir to Haaavtt: left on bam. Boston 13. Brooklyn 13: bases on balls, off Errickson 3. Hollingaworth 1. Tamulis I, rrankhouse 1: struck out. by Errickson 2. Hollingsworth 2, Tamulis 3; hits, off Hollingsworth 1 in innn- rwMMM in tn 7 Tamil ! ia t in 2. xiutrn- lw. 1 in 1 Sfrankhouae 1 In 1 1-3. Macfayden tn 2-3: hit by Pit"". Errickson Lavaetto . by Tamulis (Cooney : winning pitcher. Errickson nir4ir Tafnnlia. Umotres. Rear- don. GoeU and Pinelli. Tim of game, 2:41. Attenaance. para. PTRATFS WIN TWICE. rHinAao. Sent. 4. UPi The Pittshurffh Pirates swept a dou- his hMrlM with thecChicago Cugs tnHw 2 to I. and B to 3, oeiore 32,374 Spectators, juoie iKwjm. icrhth irmins? homer with the rt9 full broke UD xne secona game after the Bucs had defeated Dizzy Dean In tne opener. rairns BLANK REDS. ST. LOUIS. Sept- 4. (ff) The f-arriina Is. trained one game on the league-leading Cincinnati Reds today by winning the first game of a twin bill, 4 to 0, and deadlocking the second 6-8- The nightcap, pallor! because of darkness at the end of nine innings, will be re- nlasratrl Vlr tnmOrTOW. Johnny Mize bit a home run in each game. ATLANTA ab. r. h. po. iwanno, rr s z z 3 Rucker, cf Rubeling, 2b Dukt, ir Peters, ss urge, lb Mauldin, 3b Richards, c Smoil, p Totals CHATTANOOGA Olsen. 3b Letchas. 2b Benjamin, cf Hooks, 1b Barna, If Curtis, rf itehcock, ss smelli, c Polli. P Bass, p Loveless Pritchett, p Totals 31 1 4 37 11 2 x Batted for Bass in eighth. ATLANTA 600 002 0108 Chattanooga 000 001 0001 Runs batted In. Duk 3, Burgs, RucKsr Letchas; two-bats hits, Duk. Rich ards 2. Letchas. Mailho. Olsen, Rucker, Burge; three-bat hit. Duk; doubl play. Olsen to Letchss to Hooks; left on bases, Atlanta 8, Chattanooga 9: bas on balls, off Polli 2. Smoll 2; struck out, by Smell hits, off PoMt 4 in 2-3 inning for 5 (4 earned) runs. Bass 8 in 7 1-3 for 3 (earn- d) runs; wild pitch, Bsss; losing pitch. er. Polli. Umpires, Hodge, Whit and Kober. Tim of gam, 1:57. (SECOND GAME.) S 4 4 S 5 6 5 4 4 41 ab. 4 4 2 4 4 1 1 3 0 2 1 0 4 1 2 2 12 0 3 0 13 27 h. po. 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 a. 0 0 2 0 6 0 0 1 2 11 a. 3 4 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 FIRST GAME The Crackers tossed a five-spot at Polli in the first inning and Bass came to the rescue. Mailho led off with a single. Rucker and Rubeling walked, loading the bases, and Duke tripled to right center, scor ing everybody. Burge s single scored Duke. Richards singled and Smoll got on on Letchas' error, which allowed Burge to score. Bass pitched to Smoll and finally got the side out. Smoll turned the Lookouts back one-two-three for the first three innings. Richards, who got three for three in the Sunday game, got his fifth straight hit, a double, m the third, and was left stranded. The Lookouts got their first hit with one away in the fourth. It was a drive by Letchas which Mailho and Rucker couldn't get and dropped for a double. But there was no score. Benjamin walked and was forced by Hooks. Barna flied to Rucker. CRACKERS GET 2 MORE. The Crackers scored two more in the sixth after one was out Smoll beat out a hit and Mailho doubled. Smoll scored on a wild pitch and Mailho moved to third. Rucker grounded out and Mailho scored. Dick Bass got the Lookouts' second hit in the sixth, lie singled. The blow was followed by Olsen's double. Bass stopped at third. Peters made a magnificent play back of second to retire Letchas as Bass scored. Benjamin walked. Then Hooks fouled out to Burge and Smoll fanned Barna. The Crackers scored their eighth run in the eighth on doubles by Richards and Rucker. Burge doubled in the ninth and died on base. It was the Crackers' sixth double. They also had a triple in their collection of 13 hits. Smoll allowed only four hits while the Crackers were getting fat off Polli and Bass and Pritchett SECOND GAME ATLANTA ,ab. r. h. po. a. . Mailho, rf 4 0 0 2 0 0 Rucker. cf 3 0 110 0 Rubeling, 2b 3 0 0 1 2 0 Duks.lf 3 110 0 0 Peters, ss 3 113 2 1 Burge. lb 3 119 0 0 Mauldin, 3b 3 0 1110 Richards, c 2 0 19 10 Poindexter.p 0 0 0 0 0 9 Miller, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Smith 1 0 0 0 0 0 Robinson, p 0 0 0 0 1 0 xxSperry 1 0 0 0 0 0 Cortes, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 kkxD. William 1 0 0 0 0 ' 0 Total 27 "i 18 7 1 CHATTANOOGA ab. r. h. p. a. a. Olsen. 3b 2 1 0 0 0 1 Letchss. 2b 3 0 1 0 2 1 Benjamin, cf 2 113 0 0 Hooks, lb 3 118 10 Barna. If 3 114 0 0 Curtis, rf 1 0 0 3 0 0 Hitchcock, ss 3 0 112 0 McAdsms. c 2 0 110 0 A.Wittiams, p 2 0 0 1 3 0 Totals 23 "I "o 21 2 Bitted fee Miller In third, xa Batted foe Robinson in sixth, xxx Batted for CorUs in aevsnth. ATLANTA 000 000 31 Chattanooga 400 009 Run batted in. Benjamin. Mook. Bar na. RiehirUi; two-oss nits, Benjamin, Patera: thraa-Baae Hits. Barna. MCAoams; stolen bsss, Benjamin; sacrifice. Rich- arriai double slays. Latctiaa to m ten- roe Ic to Hooka. Rubeling to Peter to Burse; left on bases. Atlanta 4, Chattanooga 3: bas en bails, off Poindext? 1, HnkinulM 1 ' .atruclc mil. t)v BSlllee Z. Robinson 2. A. Williams 1. Carte 1; kits, ff Poindextee 2 in 1-3 Inning foe 3 runs. Millar 2 in 1 2-3 far 1. Robinson 2 in a far alt runa earned! : laina Ditcher, Pindexter. Umpires, White, Hobee ana Hodge. Tim of. gam, 1:21. Attendance 4,149. .;. , Poindexter didn't have even the proverbial prayer and the Lookouts chased him in the first inning. Miller carried on. Olsen walked and moved up as Letchas grounded out Benjamin doubled, scoring Olsen. Hooks singled, scoring Benjamin. Miller replaced Poindexter. Barna hit a center field sign, and the resultant triple scored Hooks. Peters kicked Curtis' grounder and Barna scored. Hitchcock singled to center. Mc-Adams was a life saver, hitting into a double play. Al Williams had the crackers well in hand. He marched on past the fifth inning having allowed only two hits. The Crackers hadn't threatened. Onnie Robinson, who took over the pitching when Miller was retired for a pinch-hitter, also had the Lookouts under control. Rene Cortes pitched the final inning and got the Lookouts out in order. The Crackers opened up on Williams in the seventh. They scored three runs. Duke singled and Peters doubled off the left field fence, scoring Duke. Burge singled to right, sending Peters home. Mauldin singled to right and Burge stopped at third. Richards lined to Benjamin and Burge scored after the catch. Williams batted for Cortes and Mauldin moved to second as Al Williams threw Dewey Williams out Barna made a fine running catch of Mailho's short fly to ena tne game. Umstaedter Rallies To Defeat Bobbitt ELIZABETH, N. J Sept. 4.VT) William Umstaedter, of Millburn. and Frank Bowden, of New York, reached the final round of the an nual New Jersey clay courts men's singles tennis championship Sunday. In semi-finals matches. Bowden upset top-seeded Gerard Podesta, of Montclair. 7-5, 1-6, 6-4, and Um staedter rallied to whip Russell Bobbitt, or Atlanta. Ga 2-6. 6-3. 6-4. NIGHT CLASSES sTTCTa- laaiiiJ fc Faaaral Bum at. a aaatsietlM at taarta. Class tart 8. Tta. Car alt Ms. 11 Nasi . WA. SI. AMsata. 8a. TonityrgTvTonixht f NASHVILLE : 133 P. H A132?1- Dan't Ut Itching Ttwment off Athlete's -Lay Yf4l Up" T ssEee 'ttehiag torsseat of. AtluVrt Ps ni Cksrsarfaeaski ooiiUaa. t wa tie irnta-tkxs oil aaotoiac xveadable, iiu ftOLMTIM. Uasd ay tifssads Cressrlrss. ia visible- pharsaseist-s tiaw-praead torarate ml 8 rWtad iaeradaeata. Ceaabata lorneBt al tU aad aaiaaal aanaatas sasntartcd. RaJaraas itdua taet. Met aro atufacWr seal f JTVr kaJk. Ask yea dracrat I I 1st 1 1 UITI0M sry0a

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