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THE DAYTON-DAILY NEWS fAGE SEVENTEEN Menkel VsB Woltf Don Amiteuir IPeiflyi7e Wednesday Klighft A-1S WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 193S l( Fittings Out To Stop Bobbies; Sams Beaten By Frankies HY MARVIN MKI1K 1 FITTINGS will try to be the first team to stop the London Bobbies rush when they meet Wednesday night at Puck's park in the second mid-week Class A amateur baseball elimination contest. Tuesday night's fracas found II 4 B-Frankies walloping Sam's Inn, 16-1, in a major upset. London Bobbies will be out' for their seventh consecutive elimina tion victory, which they are favor ed to gain. K Fittings, now rest ing- in second place, will have a good chance to go far in the tourney, should they upset the dope. A win will give the Fittings five wins against two defeats, and London Bobbies six wins and one loss. However, a beating will set the Kays into a tie for second with Sam's Inn, who lost Tuesday, and Shueys, all three teams with four victories and three losses. It will be the second time the K's and Robbies have met since the elimination series, A few weeks back the Rnbhies bested the Fittings 6-3 in a pitchers battle with Charlie Menkel finally winning over Russ Wolf, These same pitchers are slated for mound duty again, and another hurling battle is predicted. Manager Emil Guerra also has Crews, Kilmer and Engleman, should Menkel lack stuff, and K Fittings has Finfrock and Wick in reserve. Game time is 8 p. m. What appeared to be the beginning of history repeating was seen Tuesday night at Ducks' park as the Frankies slugged out a 16-1 win. The Frankies, already losers of four elimination games, were figured to be easy for Sam's Inn who had lost only two games. Just a year ago this month the Frankies had lost four elimination games, were figured a cinch for elimination as they were Tuesday and proceeded to win three games before finally tasting their fifth defeat in the semifinals. The Frankies seerfi to be alive tver since Don Bollechino's homer in the fifth inning Sunday. That clout tied the score and the game w-ent into extra innings with Frankies finally losing. Since then the team has been hitting and hustling, running out everything, and looked like a great ball club on the field Tuesday. Howard Wheeler was the individual star as he pitched a brilliant five-hit game, struck out 10 batters, got five hits out of five times at bat, and knocked in four of his team's runs. The Frankies' big inning was the sixth as 12 men walked to the box scoring seven runs. In the second inning-, Ray Paine, who started for the losers, was sent to the showers after Frankies had Scored six runs in the first two innings. Chambers, who pitched PVs rounds Sunday was in no condition to pitch as he was touched for 10 more runs. Sunday's games in Class B will find at least one team eliminated 83 Bellbrook meets Moose-Police. Each has lost two games, and a third loss will finish either team. London Bobby Juniors and Reynolds and Reynolds will replay their Sunday game after a protest made by the junior Bobbies over a Reynolds' player's contract which the commission, which must have all contracts, did not have. Sunday's Class A schedule will be announced later. The annual "little world scries" will be held at Duck's park Friday night. Xenia Avenue No. 7, American loop champs, meet West Side No. 13, the National league winners. Schuh is slated to pitch for the Americans, while Connors will hurl for the Nationals. The game will start at 8 p. m. Sunday's schedule follows: CLASS H ELIMINATION SERIES THIKI) ROl ND Dayton Boya' club vi. Hollen A. C, folders' Home, 12:30 p. m. Miamisburg A. A. vs. Niehaua and liohse, Soldier' Home, 3: in p. m. Bellbrook ,vs. Moose-Police, Bellbrook, I 30 p. m. ' M lam if burl! Legion v. Weaver Mortl-elans, Miamisburg, 230 p. m. CLASS C ELIMINATION SERIES SECOND ROOD London Bobby Junior! vi, Reynold! and Reynolds Kettering, 12;00 p. m. THIRD Rill NI) Alpha Implements vs. Oakwood, Oak-wood high field, 2:30 p. m. Winner of 12:30 name Sunday vs. Liberal Market. Kettering No. 1, 3:13 p m. Loser of 12:30 game Sunday vs. Coca-Colas, Kettering No. 3, 3:15 p, m. Bowling Notes The Riverdale Commercial league will open its senson on Tuesday, Sept. fi, at 8:45 p, m., it was decided at a meeting Tuesday night, when the following officers were elected: President, Roy Kerns; vice president, James Anders; secretary, Gerald Sears; treasurer, Louis Zavakos. The following meetings are scheduled this week: Royal All-Stars, Wednesday at 8 p. m at the Royal. Riverdale Major: Thursday at 8 p. m., Riverdale alleys. Royal Industrial No. 2: Thursday at 7:30 p. m., Royal alleys; Royal Standard: Friday at 7:30 p. m., Royal alleys. Royal Ladies: Friday at 7:30 p. m., Royal alleys. , Civic: Friday at 7:30 p. m., Koyal alleys. Relieve Foot Itch ATHLETE'S FOOT (RINGWORM) With Doutlt-JtcUDfl TrMtmmt That Stops Itching Medical authoritiei agree that Athlete's Foot discomfort ia caused by both a verta,. hie (fungus) and an animal parasite. Often there is "mixed" infection, That's why It'i Important that you use a treatment designed to kill both tvpes of germs. What yoti need is m Solution, ft prnetratet deeply into the cracked infected areas, Kirst application stops the itching. Quickly attacks both tyneaof parasitesand helpsto peed away the arales. sores and blisters. Kasy to use, Try m Solution for 5 days, If your Athlete'i Font, ringworm or jockey urn aoei not improve to your en t ire satisfaction, your money will be refunded. Only J0c at druggist! on Urn ponuvt iron -clad guarantee,. 1 Negro Stars In East-West Game Sunday . CHICAGO, Au. 17. In just a few days sectional supremacy in colored baseball will be decided in Rlamorous surroundings when the outstanding players of the game converge on Comiskey park for the sixth annual Fast vs. West all-star game Sunday. Twenty players and a manager were named for each team. The West squad, which will be seeking to even the -series at three ami three, will be led for the first time by Andy Cooper, Kansas City Monarch' pilot. Oscar Charleston of the Fittsburgh Crawfords, who bossed the East in 1935 and the West in 19H6, will call the strategy for the East again. Ticked by the fans for the West are Fitchers Will Cornelius, Chicago American Giants; "Preacher" Henry, Jacksonville, Fla., Red Caps; Hilton Smith, Kansas City Monarchs; Porter Moss, Memphis Red Sox, and "Chip" McAllister, Indianapolis A's. All are righthanders. Behind the bat will be two outstanding veterans, Frank Duncan of Chicago American Giants and Larry Iirown of the Memphis Red Sox. The infield will be made up of Alec Radcliffe of Chicago and Jimmy Robinson of Indianapolis at third base; "Mex Johnson of Kansas City at shortstop, Newt Allen of Kansas City at second base and Ted Strong of Indianapolis at first bast. Infield reserves will be Buck O'Neal of Kansas City, "Jelly" Taylor of Memphis, Rainey Ribbs of Kansas City and Jim Longely of Memphis. ' A troupe of speed merchants will patrol the outfield for the West and will be made up of Wally Brown, Kansas City; Neil Robinson, Memphis; Quincey Troupe, Indianapolis, and Ed Whatley of Birmingham. The East will counter with a squad made up entirely of veterans, with Pitchers Barney Brown of New York, Lefty Matlock of Pittsburgh, Johnny Taylor of Pittsburgh, Bill Porter of Baltimore, "Slim" Jones of Philadelphia and Bill Griffin of Baltimore. Behind the bat will be "Pepper" Baasett of Pittsburgh and Jim Casey of New York. The infield will be made up of Jud Wilson of Philadelphia, Jim West of Baltimore, "Showboat" Thomas of New York, Sammy Hughes of Baltimore, George Scales of Washington, Ches Williams of Pittsburgh and Bill Morney of New York. In the outer gardens for the East will be Zolly Wright of Baltimore, Tom Christopher of Pittsburgh, Fats Jenkins of New York. Bill Wright of Baltimore and Bill Bank-head of Pittsburgh. Now Chicago Gets Softball Marathon CHICAGO, Aug. 17. (Tt Ho hum! The marathonimania started by the long distance golfer, J. Smith Ferebee, who played 144 holes between dawn and dusk, has struck the softballcrs. Two teams, the Kline All-Stars and the Spiders of sub-urban Roscdale, are matched to play 100 innings next Sunday between 8 a. m. and some time that night. MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS BV THE ASSOCIATED TRESS NATIONAL i.KAorr Batting LomhardI, Cincinnati, .349; MrCormlck, Cincinnati, and Vaughan, Pltfsburgh, .333. Runs Ott, New York, 91; Goodman, Cincinnati, ss. Runs Batted In Ott, New York, M; Medwlck, St. Louis, S4. Hits MoCormlck, Cincinnati, 152; Hack, Chicago, 134. Doubles McCormlck. Cincinnati, and Martin, Philadelphia, 33 Triples Mlse, St. Louis, 12; Ooodmsn. Cincinnati, and Ontterlrlge. SI. l-ziuis, in. Home Runs Ooodmsn, Cincinnati, and Olt, New York, 27. Slolen Pases Hack, Chicago, IS; Rcharein, Philadelphia, 17, and Key, Brooklyn, 11. Pitching Blsntnn, Pittsburgh, 10-2; Warneke, Bt. Louis. 11-5. AMERICAN I.KAfit F. Batting Foxx, Boston, .348; Travis, Washington, .347. Runs Oreenberg. Detroit. S3; PlMsggto, New York, and Gehrtnger, Detroit, 9). Runs Batted In Foxx, Boston, 113; DiMsgglo, New York. 90, Hits Lewis, Washington, lit; Rolfe, New York, 142. Doubles Chapman, Boston, 31; Cronin, Boston, 30. Triples Healh, Cleveland, 13; Averlll, Cleveland, 10. Home Runs Greenberg. Detroit, 3; Foxx, Boston, 31. Slolen Bases Crosettl, New York, H; Lery, Cleveland. 15. Pitching Ruffing, New York, 1S-4; Chandler, New York, 11-3. MARKSMEN TO MEET CINCINNATI, Aug. 17. W Seventy pistol marksmen from all parts of the country journeyed here today for the second all-American open pistol championship sponsored by the National Rifle association. Individual contests were scheduled for today and tomorrow, and team competition for Friday. OLD PEIIFIELD (let this smnlh Kenlurky Whiskey at Cafes, Hotels and ( Inn. Alsn nn sale al Slate Slores H.SI per Quart !)5r per pint. TEES AND FAIRWAYS IKS. JAMFS P. PI. ATT, Jr.. back from a vacation in Michigan, il play in her first tournament i-i nee winning the city championship from Janet Shock, sthrn she defends her Miami district championship starting Thursday, ! at Miami Valley. Play will be at 36 hole. 18 on Thursday and 18 on Friday. Included in the field will be Miss Shock, who last year was runner-up. three strokes behind the champ. Following are the starting times. Tee entries will be accepted. 9 no -Mrs James Piatt. Mrs Warren Rra.h. Martha Dakm 9 O.V-Janel Shock. Mrs Lilah Mshrt. Margaret Wendei. 9 10-Jean Davis, Mrs Wtlllsra Nis- wonger, Marjnrie Hyre. 9 15 Rose Riihenslein. Mrs. J. P, Welih, Mrs H Lange. 9 20 F Brown, Mrs O'Rannon, Mrs. I. Weaver. 9 25 ('.race Norrls. Mrs J. P Rlchler. Mrs. F.. Ilallerman 9 30-Mra. O J Ncff, Mrs. P. Klinger, Mrs. Charles II land 9 35-Mrs. O Horntman. Mrs. F. Turner. Mrs. Charles Allen. 9 40-Mrs. n. c Taylor, Mrs Jacobson, Mrs T. M.Kee. 4S Mrs. Renrge B.eke, Mrs. W. Elliott, Mrs. Willlsm Davis. 9 50 Mrs. Oeorge Wenrtel, Mrs. H Berk-doll. Mrs L. Buker. 9 53-Mrs. C. IV Murph. Mrs. E. Eirk- meyer. Mrs. J F.. Dallas 10.00 Mrs. A IV Kalter, Mrs. K. Slrsin, Mrs. W. Vltikrr. 10 05 Mrs. R. S. Cupp. Helen Havnee, Mrs. V. Jones. 10:10 Mrs. E. T. Rcihold, Mrs II. Doty, Mrs. E. C Belt. 10 15 Mrs. J. Stubhs, Mrs. McClelland, Miss K. Maum. 10:20 Mrs. George lnnlng. Mrs. Reel, Mrs. R. Schmidt. AJIAMI district men were at Miami Valley Wednesday to play in an 18-hole invitational. A big get together, headlined by a dinner, is schedufed after the play. IH'I) GROSS joined (he exclusive eagle club Tuesday, as a result nf two masterful shots on the third hole at Madden Park. A 210-yard drive put him 200 yards from the hole, and a 20-yard No. 2 iron shot put his ball into the cup. " ' e Talaber Is Still Champ Frankie Talaber of Chicago retained his light heavyweight wrestling championship Tuesday night at the Tatterson arena, but he came as close to losing it as he ever will without actually dropping the crown. Meeting Whitev Walbeig of Duluth, M inn., Talaber had to come from behind to earn a draw. The challenger captured the first fall in 38',2 minutes, using a series of body slams and a body smother. A back-breaker hold in 31 minutes enabled the champion to even the score. They battled the remainder of their hour and a half match and an extra 15 minutes on even terms. The Great Mephisto and Turp Grimes grappled to a 30-minute draw in the semifinal. In the preliminaries Whitey Govro was disqualified at the 11-niinute mark against Jack Rogers, while Bill Cazclle conquered An-gelo Martini with an airplane spin. Scores By Innings Ml II-ATLANTIC I.KAG1F, (First Garnet Charleston f'1" OOI 0 - 1 , 1 taoton mi 02" x - 7 8 0 Haitenea -Rndgrns and Broskle; Hugh-son a,nd Klnlcy. (Second Garnet Charleston 3'U "2" 002 - s 11 3 Canton 5M nno OOx-14 12 2 Bsllerles-Peirlrk, Kane and Broskle; Puckett and Flnley. (First Game) Springfield nno nnn f 0 J 0 Johnstown not Ono x 1 5 1 Bstteries Oehrks and Hegan; Cronin and Kahn. (Second Game) Springfield 207 023 301 IP. 22 0 Johnstown 000 020 130 ft 10 2 Batteries Benson and Hegan; Wright, Mortrude and Kahn. Portsmouth 531 020 10113 ia J Akron 00,1 000 200 5 7 2 Batterlea Frallch and Moran; Hruska, Smith and Robinaon. NATIONAL LF.AGI F. Boston nil not 003 no T 2 Philadelphia ... 000 001 041 01- 7 14 2 Batteries Turner, Rels, Shoffner and R. Mueller; Hnllingaworth, Slvess, Mulcahy and Davis. Brooklyn 000 200 014 7 12 1 New York 021 000 000 - 3 7 1 Batteries Hamlin, Tamulla and Campbell; Gumbert, Cnffman and Canning. (First Game! St. Louis ...... 100 020 010 00 4 9 0 Chicago 000 020 002 01 5,13 0 Batierles McOee, Macon and Bremer; Lee, Russell, Csrlelon and O'Dea. (Second Game) St. Louis 021 001 001- 5 12 1 Chicago ,. 010 010 0002 9 0 Batteriea Pavla and Owen; French, Russell, Carleton and O'Dea. Asn.iiK an i r u.i r. (First Camel New York 010 904 101 let 14 0 Washington nno noo oni l a a Batteries Gomes and Glenn; Case. Hog-sett, Appleton snd R. Frrell, Giuliani. (Second Game! New York 001 002 201 A 10 1 Washington Olo ooo 010- 2 6 3 Batteries Ruffing and Dickey; Krakaus-km, DeShong and R. Ferrell. Philadelphia 520 025 00014 15 3 ruiston 003 110 105-11 14 2 Batteries Ross, Nelson and Hayes; Baghy, Dickmsn, Midklff and Desautels, Peacock. AMKRK'AN ASSOCIATION Minneapolia noo inn nnn 1 4 1 Columbus oil nno nnx 2 5 4 Batteries Tauscher and Orace; Fisher and Srhulti. st. Paul too nno noo- l g n Toledo ono inn 02x 3 7 I Batteries Phelps and Pasek; Rngalskl end Llntnn. Ksnaas City inn mi nno 3 7 1 Indianapolis noo oni ono 14 2 Batierles Plechota and McCullough; Logan and Baker. Milwaukee Ill nnn 400 T 13 fl Louisville 110 100 100 4 S 1 Batteries Wyslt snd Hanklns; Meadows, Owens, Shaffer, Thompson and Madjeskl. LAST NIGHT'S NF.W YORK Pedro Montanes, 13. Puerto Rico, slopped Ray Nspolitano, 143 New York Cli. HOt'STON, Tex - Billy Teg, 115. San Anlonlo, knocked out Pancho Vlllaverde, 14S. Phoenix. Arts, 3. IIH ANllKI.F.H Aaglen Ie, 159S, F.dison, Neh , and Al Romero, 154, Los Angeles, drew 1 10). MR.wT!.ln INDIANAPOLIS- 1tuls These., 3d, St. 1Oiiis, threw Joe Cos, 330, Ksnaas City, twice; Jim Coffleld. 224. Topeka. Kan., , pinned Ell Fischer, 310. New York; Buck 1 Weaver. 1SI, Terrs Haute. Ind , declsloned I lileol Rattaa, 173, lndlanapolti. jWeiland Stars Ducks. Win 4th at ntKoin homn 4 1. WF.II.AN'D must hae resented the fact that he was suspended hon Ducky Holmes hired a new catcher three weeks ago. And Al is out to show 'em in the true Mhletc's inimitable way. He's letting his baseball plaving do the talking. And it has really been talking Al right back into a regular job which now looks secure, even though Walter Van Orofski, who started this season as manager and catcher of the Winston-Salem Twins, has been acquired. Since his suspension was liflrd last Friday, Neiland has caught nery hall game, although he was ej'cted from one of them for arguing with in umpire. He has played mi games since then and is hatting a cool .458 for these names. He has II bils in Zt tries. Hut that isn't half nf it. His hits have come when they meant runs and as a result the Pucks have won four straight dames. They hung up their fourth one Tuesday night at Erie, beating the Gobs, 7 to 4. In this victory, Weiland connected for another home run, which was the fourth in three days and his eighth since joining the Pucks. In the six games since Friday, Al has hatted in 1H runs, or nearly three per contest. The win over ' Erie Tuesday placed the Ducks within easy striking distance of the first division, leaving them but one and a half games behind Springfield's fourth-place Indians. That space can be made up Wednesday as the local boys will battle the Sailors at Erie in two games. Weiland accounted for six of the Dayton runs, Tuesday night, with a home run and a triple in four official swings. He batted in four runs and scored two others. The team as a whole hit well, getting to Art Johnson for 16 hits in eight innings, before being retired in the ninth by Rtlief Pitcher Hauers. Larry Burger did the pitching for the Ducks and evened his count for the road trip. He lost the. first game of a double-header, last Saturday night, in his only other appearance since the team has been gone. He scattered 11 Erie hits in every inning except the eighth, when it rallied to score twice. "Woody" Williams' spectacular spearing of Rip Reilly's liner halted the rally. 1 The Ducks got one in the second, then had three run outbursts in the fourth and seventh to clinch the decision. Weiland's triple and home run came during these big innings. In fact, his homer, after Williams' double and Fnnte's single, accounted for the trio in the seventh, It was announced Tuesday, that Larry MacPhail, general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, will not be able to be in Dayton until next Monday or Tuesday. Ducky Holmes also said he will probably rejoin the team in Charleston, Wednesday evening. Portsmouth took its second straight game from Akron Tuesday night, 13 to 6, Pitcher Fralich allowing seven hits while his mates were collecting 18 bingles off Yankee Mound.smen Hruska and Smith, Canton extended its first place lead to three full games by taking two lop-sidM encounters from invading Charleston, 7 to 1 and 14 to 8. Johnstown surprised Springfield with a 1 to 0 victory in the opener of a double-header but the Indians, smarting over the loss, pounced on the last place Jawns to win the second fray, 18 to fi, pounding hurlers Wright and Mortrude for 22 hits. DAYTON I r.Rir, ABHO.Al ABH.OA. Wh'too.rf. 5 3 10 Zimlnekl.cf 4 12 0 Rnwell,2b. 5 3 3 MHeorge.2b. . 5 0 3 3 Horkett.lf. 4 10 DUrban,rf... 4 13 0 Williams, a 5 2 4 ft! Mele.lh. . . . 5 2 7 0 Staller.rf. 5 2 0 OHoynlskl.lf 5 12 0 Fonte.3h.. 6 3 3 liWlklund .lh 4 3 2 4 Huffman, 1 4 1 15 0 McL'gh'n.s 3 12 1 Weiland. c. 4 2 1 O Sranlon.e.. 3 16 1 Burger, p., 4 0 0 1 A. J' neon, p. 3 10 1 rRellly.... 10 0 0 IBauera.p... 0 0 0 0 Totals.. 41 18 27 15j Totals... 37 11 27 10 Batted for A. Johnson In eighth Inning. risyton HO 3 0 0 3 0 0-7 Frl 000 Oil 02 04 F.rror Zlmlnsky. Runs Batted In-By Weiland 4, Huffman, Wheaton. A. Johnson, Wlklund 2, Fnnle, Scanlon. Two-Base Hit Williams. Three-Base Hlts-Fonte, Wellsnd, Hnynlskl. Hnma Run Weiland. Sacrifice Hit Huffman. Double Play Rowell to Williams In Huffman. Ift nn Bases Payton 10, K.rle 10. Base on Balls Off Burger 4, A. Johnson 1, Struck Out By Burger 1, A. Johnson 5. Hits -Off A. Johnson, 10 In ft Innings; Bauers, rone In 1 Inning. Wild Pitch A. Johnson. Losing Pllcher A. Johnson. Umpires-Parker and Jones. Time of name 1.54. Yankee Tracksters Take Eight Firsts DRESDEN, Germany, Aug. 17. (if) Rudolf Har-big, Germany's fine middle-distance runner, continues to give the touring American track and field athletes plenty of trouble. Despite the fact that the invaders took eight of 14 events yesterday, Harbig again beat Charlie Hectham of Columbus, 0., former Ohio State star, in the 800-meters run. It was close all the way and both runners were caught in the same time, 1:52.4. Knerting of Germany was a poor third. Aquatic Show Next Week At Miamisburg The Montgomery co, rural recreation department will stage a giant aquatic show on Thursday, Aug. 25, at the Miamisburg pool. Paul Gop.g will stage a Red Cross exhibition, while others will take part in swimming and diving events. The show, which will have comedy interspersed, will run between two and two and one-half hours snd will have a cast of 100 participants from the entire county. DAYTON I AN Is'LVNEK Leroy Stover, of 714 Wilford av., an enrollee in flattery A of the Citizens' Military Training Camp at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind., won a decision over P, J. Thomas in a wrestling match snd moved into th socond round. Again As Straight Barrage For Jake Powell As Yanks Win ! n HI 1,11 R. IIIIIKIOV JM. I Asencialrd Tress Sports Writer 'l'HE New York Yankees, a team of one-man tradition, are pulling together now, and as a result they're quite likely to win the American league 'pennant by a margin big enough to satisfy even Col. Jacob Ruppert. The colonel isn't satisfied while there's another club within shouting distance tf his Yanks. It used to be "as Ruth goes, so go the Yanks." Then Joe DiMag-gin had his turn at "sparking" them. This season they're just a fine ball club that appears unbeatable, now that everyone has started playing championship ball at once. The Yank mound corps was good enough to keep them in the running while the hitters weren't doing so well. Now they're still able to refute the old argument that the Yanks merely overpower the opposition even though there's plenty of overpowering being done. Lefty Coiner and Charley Ruffing didn't need all the runs they got Tuesday to dispose of the fourth-place Washington Senators. They pitched a pair of six-hitters to win by the comfortable' margins of lfi-1 and 6-2. Jake Powell, bark from the 10- day suspension that resulted from his remarks during a railio interview, also probably could have dis pensed with a few pop bottles that came his way. He was subjected to a glass shower 'that caused a five-minute delav so the field could be cleared during the second game. The Yankees had a nine-run fourth inning in the opener, and DiMnggio and Lou Gehrig hit homers. The twin triumph stretched New York's lead to eight games as Cleveland took a single contest from the St. Louis Ilrnwns, S)-fi to give Mel Harder his 10th mound victory. The Athletics drove Hod-ton's Red Sox still deeper into third, beating them, 14-11, after belting Jim liagby for five runs in the first and Dick Midkiff for five in the sixth. Two homers by Jimmy Foxx couldn't make up for those two innings. The Chicago White Sox-Detroit clash was rained out. Manager Tie Traynor of Pittsburgh decided to give some of his weary Pirates a rest and benched (ins Suhr and Al Todd in favor of Hill flrubaker and Ray Herres. Brubtikor made three hits, including a homer, and the Bucs walloped Cincinnati, 10-0, to stretch their National league lead to five games. Brooklyn's Dodgers beat the second place New Y'ork Giants for the second time in 12 encounters, 7-.1, comhing Harry Gumhcrt and Dick foffman for five hits and four ruiis in the ninth. Chicago's Cubs split n twin bill with the St. Louis Cardinals, winning the opener, 5-4, in 11 innings on Frank Demaree's triple, then losing the second to Curt Davis, fi-2. Another 11-inning struggle saw the Phillies beat the Boston Roes, 7-6, when Chuck Klein singled home Herschel Martin with the winning run. Heavy Odds Still tovriNtrn irom tagr is ter of knots and euts planted all over his rawhide frontispiece. Ross I took an even harder beating. Ambers is a hard man to stop. Lou is dead game and full of slag iron. He may go the limit, but, unless a distinct upset reports in the offing, he will finish with a full share of thumping. BV AVI.r; T A I. HOT NEW YORK, Aug. 17. f-fl-lf they don't melt down and run off in a puddle, Henry Armstrong and Lou Ambers will gang up on each other for 15 rounds In Madison Square Garden tonight, with Ambers' 135-pound title at stake. It promises to be a hot event, with upward of 15,000 onlookers stuck to their seats in the big Eighth Avenue Emporium. One thing is certain: Rain cannot interfere with the festivities as it did last Wednesday night at the Polo Grounds, when Promoter Mike Jacobs swallowed a $10,000 installation loss and hoped he could get it back indoors. The postponement has not affected the betting odds. The men with talking money still are offering up to 3-to-l that Armstrong leaves the ring the holder of the featherweight, lightweight and welterweight championships, the first triple-plated crown wearer in boxing history. ' A loud minority, however, is convinced that the up-state Italian will out-leg and out-punch tho phenomenal little Negro and retain his title, disrupting Armstrong's run of 38 consecutive victories. If Ambers should win, he will not be recognized as the welterweight champion in New York state. The commission pulled the rival managers and Promoter Jacobs in on the carpet yesterday and made them sign an amendment to the original contract, stipulating that "no title except the light- ! weight is a stake," I Regardless of that. Ambers will, of course, claim the 147-pound throne if he wins, snd there will be widespread confusion, because the National Boxing association has served sdvanre notice that it will recognize hit claim. HOW THEY TAM1L) k l trQw V I Mm miotic I hi. I r. Won lost Pet Canton , M w ,: i I'onaniiiulh al 41 M Akron 57 4a Ml fprliigfleld l 54 .4(11 I'AVrON Mi V. ,4! Charleston 47 M 4 '.a f.rie 42 5 .4 '.'II Johl.ltoKR I S4 ..tint MTIOMI. l-FAti! E Won lost F.t , Pitisbursh at 39 2I New Yoik ........... Si 4a 5'0 4'twagn 5W 4S 5.11 CINCINNATI Ml 4S .51! Boston Ml M .1"! ItniokUn Ml 55 ITS si. loins 4S mi .4 ia I'lolsileipbia 32 7t ,311 AMI Hit 4 I r M.I I W.Ml lOSt Pit New York 70 .1.1 SSII Cleveland l 40 .04 I Bnslon , 55 41 j l ashlnglnn 55 5.1 .5" j I'elroll ,,,,, 40 5.1 .411 j ( hicsao 4:1 5.1 .1 lit I Philsdelphia ;is al .574 St. louis .IS SO .35.1 ' AMM4K AS ASSIM IITI'IV ' Won lost Pel St Paul 71 4 .53 ImtHIISPolls ,. , S5 51 H Kantss l'y 5 55 .513 Milwaukee S! 57 .517 Minneapolis SI 5S .513 Toledo Si l .50 Columbus 51 a7 . 4 :t'J louisMlls 41 77 .347 TUESDAY'S RESULTS Mill 411 AMU' I r M.I . pavton 7. Krl 4 Canton 7-14, Charleston I g Johnstuwn 1-a. Hprlnglteld 0 1ft. Portsmouth 13. Akron 6. NATIONAL I TAIil K l'lllsbllrgh lit, Clnclniisit (1. Brooklyn 7, New York a Chicago 5-2. HI. louis 4 5 (tint gams 11 Innings!. Phllsdelphla 7, Roiion t tit Innings). amkhii an i r Ski. r Cleveland B. Mt Uuls a. Philadelphia 14. Hosion II. New York Id a. Washinctun 1 J Chicago al Iietmit, rstn. AMI Kit AN AsMtM'IATION Toledo a, St, ran! I. I'olumlnis 9. Minneapolis 1. Kansas t'lty 3, InillsnatHtiis . Alilwsiikee 7, Louisville 4. iMritwriiiNAi, iroir Newsrk a. Toronto 4 isecond asms postponed, rain and net aroundsi. nochester S-5, Jersey t'lty 3 3. Montreal 3-0. Syrscuse I I. Haillmors at Buffalo, rain. WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Mil A ll. .M IC l V. Pnywin At Kile itwti gitmM), Poriimmtlh at Aknm. fhnrlpulnn al Canton. SprinKfifli at Jnhmlewn THURSDAY'S GAMES NATIONAL 1 1 41.1 H Cincinnati at I'hicssn. noston at Philadelphia. I'lttKt.iirsth at St. I'ui Brooklyn at New York. AMKRirAN i.r.Atirr. New York at Wsshinalon. Philadelphia at Hnrton. Chicago at Iielrolt. St. 1-oiila at Cleveland. AMIIIK 4N ASSOCIATION Milwsukee at Columbus. Kansas City at Toledo. M. Paul si lodlsnspolis. Minneapolis at Uiuisvllle. Shorty Inlo Races Here Shorty Inlo of Hamilton, one of till- most popular drivers in midget auto circles, will be one of 40 entrants in the races scheduled at the Dayton Speedway Sunday, Inlo has raced in and around Dayton and Cincinnati for years and always was a favorite with local fans. He has figured in many of the races held throughput the middle west this season. It will mark his first appearance here, driving his Ford "A" Tower Special. Drivers from several states, including several Daytonians, have ninde entries for the title races. ON THE SAWDLOTS YEN I A AVENUE NO. 7 beat Police American, 8-5, eliminating Tolice from the American league playoff. Linden Center faces West Side Nn. 13 in the National league elimination at Sol diers' home. In the second game South Park plays Police-Nationals at Oakwood. Union City Body Co. will play th Iiav-ton-Belmont Merchants Friday, Aug. 13. Varlely Sales defeated Mitemnnt Aces, 4 1. behind two-hit pitchmi by Jack Pick-ard. Commission Merrhsnts plsy Shiloh Mer-chsnis at Hhllnh diamonds' Wednesday at S 4ft p. m. Economy Markeis beat Hast SidD Mer-chanls, (1-3, for their 2Hlh victory. MfCall Center girls beat the Burkhardl Center, S-4. Belmont sjlrla had a field day as they trounced Ihe Fairfield-Osliorn laases, 3.V0, al Belmnnt field. nosles upset Suchers, It 3, Tuesday and will meet Shrnyers Thursday mailt. District 10 or ths Ohio Amaleur Softball eaaoclation will rtrsw Wednesday iilcht at Nlehaua and Ilohse. The tournament elans Thursday evening at Surbers' Victory psrk. Teams from Middlelown, Wavnesvilie, L'rbsna and Springfield will compels. Oem city cafe meeta the Sons of Italy st ihe annual atsit outing of the municipal clerk s office Wednesday at 6 p. m. Oreen Derby grasped undisputed tlret piece In the Victory major league by beating Bouih Park M. K., 6-2. Tucaday nlghl. . Franklin Amateurs Here On Wednesday Intercity contests between Dayton simon-pures and Eranklin, amateurs feature Wednesday night's A, A. U. sanctioned fight program at Lakeside Park. The invading ringmen will see action in six of the nine bouts carded. The card: James Kennedy, Eranklin, vs. Keith Wray; Erank Hinklc, Eranklin, vs. Rob Eritz; Charles Ileipts vs. Will Haley, Eranklin; Warren Johnson, Eranklin, vs. Lloyd Arnold; Ed Thomas, Eranklin, vs. Carney Raker; Cliff Brown, Eranklin, vs. Ted Apple-gste; Mark Rrinckman vs. Ned Shiverdecker; Eddie Cartwright vs. Ralph Dillon, and John Eraltier vs. Ered Johnston. N. C. R. Is Victor N. C. R. best Inland in A aboot-nff pistol match, 80.1 to 802, to win the season's championship. Stutsman, N. C. U., was high with 171 points, V C. R. I INLAND Sltitamsn ,.171'Yearsley ISA Thstrher inn Byram I4 Hons .,,,.,,,,,,140 l.apol inn Helmer ,,,,,,. 1fi7! Klllntt 1M Bennett ...... ..ins Slevens ,...1M Total .(Ml Total 103 Football Practice Starts Many Schools Saturday COI.I MIU'S, Aug. 17. .'P It isn't exactly football weather, b scholastic gridilcrs on many an Ohio oval pigskin ball Saturday. F.arly drill is limited to high- month of spring training. Schools which devoted parts of May and June to gridiron maneuvering will start the fall grind Sept, I. State hiiih school athletic commissioner, II. li. Tnwnsend, said that when Ihe season ia in full swing 411) trams would see action. Cards were mailed from the commissioners ollice this werk.ine Maryland K.icing commission to that number of schools and he : announced today it would make explained that all siuad members Tw ,u fim)i , , , must pass exacting physical ex-!. ... . . animations. j investigation as to whether or not "We are very careful about the j the horse that won the first race, hr-alth of the boys," Townsend ; at Pimlico May 7 was a "ringer." sai.t. A youngster not in tliei At hearing yesterday follow- best of health eotilil suffer serious . .. , . ,. .. . ' , ,, ,, ', i log a three months' investigation, mitiry in a football game, and; " e. even an intensive training routine j H" commission heard assertions-might be injurious to him, so we . and denials that another horse, make sure they are okeh before 1 tting them start." lie said all squad members also must bp "up"' in their scholastic work. Johnny Allen Out For 14th CLEVELAND, Aug. 17.-WP1 Johnny Allen, firebrand of tho Indians' hulling staff, went after his l lth victory of the season today in the second game of the St, Louis Prowns series. Oral Hilde-bitind, former Tribesman, was Allen's opposition. Pilot Oscar Vilt's lads romped away to an easy !l-fl victory yesterday, paced by Sammy Hale who hit a home run and two singles. Mel Harder, who worked until the eighth when Johnny Humphries succeeded him, was credited with his 10th win of the year, Los Tietje, who shut, out the tribe with three hits last Thursday in St. Louis, was driven from the hill after two and one-third innings. Successive triples by Kruce Campbell and Rollie Hemsley led to two first inning runs for Cleveland and gave the Redskins a lead they did not relinquish, St. limn I II. rVKMMi All 110 A. 1 AH HO A. Almsdn rf A 3 tt ni l-ry.ss. ... a 1 ,1 3 Mcgiiinn.l 4 3 11 n t'anipb i.rf 4 1 n a M Mill", It. 4 0 0 0 llemslrv.c. 4 3 .1 1 Clltl.:lti... R 3 l 3 1 Healh. If. J I 3 1 nell.rr ... 4 1 3 1 Averlll, of., 4 3 .1 Krrss ss.. 4 I 0 XTroKky.lh, 3 I l.'t Sullivan. e. 4 3 4 1 Keltner.llh, 4 I n Hrffner.ilti 4 10 1 Hale.Sb.., 4 3 3 Tieijep., 1 n (I li tinnier. p., cole, p.,,. 0 fl a ni Humph a,i 3 0 0 l o o "Masnera, 1 n n n VaiiAtia.n 10 0 1 tllukhea.. 1 0 0 0 Newsom.p 0 fl 1 1 Tntals..3s 12 34 lj Totals . ,35 13 37 13 Batted (or Cols In fourth Innlna. tltatted lor Van Atta In slahih Inning. st 1nii inn 330 in n- s Cleveland 304 130 00 - 9 Krrors-Hale, Heffner, Averlll. Ttuns Hailed In fly Krmaley, Healh 3, Cllft 4, Keltner, Hals 8, Trosky. Sullivan, Heff. ner, Averlll Two-Muse Hits Healh, Hemsley. CUM. McQulnn. Three-naas illls -Campbell. Hemsley, Trosky. Horns Run Hale. Blnlen Base lry, Tlouble .V Hell to Sullivan. Haas on Balls Off Vsn Alta 3, Haider 3. Struck Out -By Tirije I, Cols I, Van Alts 3, Hsrder 3, Humphries 1. Hits Off Tlelje, 7 In i'i, Inning; Cnle, none In , lnnin; Vsn Alls. 6 In 4 Innlnss; Newsnm, none in I Inning Hsrder, II In 7 InniriKR (none mil in elBblhi; Humphries, I In 3 Innlims. t'sssert Hall Sullivan. Winning ritrher-Harder. Lnelns, I'ltcher TielJs. Local Simon-Pures Hold Hoosiers Even SOUTH REND, Aug. 17.-Dayton boys on Bill Brown's amateur boxing team, got an even draw with a South Bend boxing squad, each team getting four victories with one bout ending in a draw. J. Singleton, South Rend Golden Glove champ, knocked out Ruddy Miller; Rill Everett decisioned Ennie Areiitz, Fort Wayne Golden Glove champ; Alex Ceaner, South Rend, defeated Taul Ncal, Dayton; Joe Skapik, decisioned Ernie Gehart, Golden Clove champ from South Rend; Gerhart Shultz k. o.'d Art Richardson of Detroit Free Press; Herb Wiley, Dayton, drew with Jack Campbell, Chicago Golden Glove seniifinnlist, and Dick Koemer, Dayton, decisioned John Humphries, South Bend Golden Gloves champion. I rfiAl, Minn: Nollre Is hereby given thst C. P. Ziirlinilen, Special Pepuly Suprrlnlendent. of Banks of the Stale nf Ohio. In charge of Ihe Liquidation of The Union Truat Company nf Dayton, Ohio, filed nn the 1 01 n day of Annual, 1ii;t, a supplemental llt of Preferred and fleneral claims allowed by him scatnst said The Union Trust Company of Davton, Ohio, between the dates of Februsry 1Mb. I;ia. and AiiRiist 121 h, I ma, in Hie Common Pleaa Court of Montgomery County, Ohio, in Ihe caae rolllled "In the Mailer nf Liquidation of The Dnlon Trust Company nf Dsytnn, Ohio." helnu Cae No. 72.li.VV upon the Docket nf said Court. Said llt of claims Is on file in Ihe office nf Ihe Clerk nf Courts of MonlKomery County. Ohio, and aeis forth In full, ihs name nf the credllor, Ihe amount of each claim and ths number of each claim. In accordance with Section 710-93 snd Serllnn 710 911 of the Ohio Oeneral Code, snv person or persons contesting anyone nf ssid claims Included In said ilst, shall tile a Nome of Protest Willi Ihe Superintendent nf Banks within fifteen MM dnva sfier Ihe 34th dsy nf August, l;i, or his protest and contest nf sstd clsim shall hs forever bsrred. C. P. ZimUNDF.N, Special Deputy Superintendent of Banks nf Ihe stale nf Ohio, In rharge of the liquidation of The Union Trust Company nf Davton, Ohio Herbert 8. Duffy. Attorney Oeneral o( Ohm. By Carroll Sprlgg, Special Counsel. Per John M. Bpngg. s 17.24 LtfUL AiOTIf'K Nodes ia hereby given that Samuel H. Squire, Superintendent of Banks of the Slate nf Ohio, In rharge of the liquidation of The t'nion Trust Company of Dayton, Ohio, filed on August 1(1, IMS, his Application No, 3;i4 In Cass No. 72.HM on the Docket of Ihe Common Pleas Court of Montgomery County, Ohio, In the Clerk s nffics of said Court. Said Application praya for authority to compromise and settle certain claims with; Ths Cornell Heights Really Company; W. .1, snd Catherine Schubert; 0, V. and Mlna Locke; Charles K. and Wary Brown and John and Addle Knell, Said Application will he heard before Ihe Hnnorshle Franklin O. Krehhiel, Judge nf the Common Pleas Court or any other Judge nf ssid Court who may hs designated, on the 30th day nf August, 10;m, st 3 30 A. M. SAMt'KL H SQItlRR, Superintendent nf Hsnks nf the Stste nf Ohio, In Charge nf the Llquldailnn of Ths Dnmn Trust Company of Dayton, By C. P. Kurllnrien. Herbert 8, Duffy, Attorney Oeneral of Ohio. Per John M. Sprlgg. Per Jhn M. Sprlgg. I IT but gimad will start practice with the Decision On "Ringer" Due Next Tuesday BALTIMORE. Aug. 17.-.TI named Uallno, was substituted for Rye Rye Will, 15-to-l winner of the six-furlong race for maidens. Dr. William P. Collins, veterinarian, testified that immediately after the race he examined the home that ran as Bye Rye Will. He said he later went to the Cambridge farm of the owner, M. R. Schwartz, examined a horse pointed out to him as Bye Bye Will and failed to find any similarity between the two. Dr. Collins added be also went to Belmont Park, N. Y., and there found a horse he said was identical with the Bye Bye Will that won the Pimlico race. He said Trainer Thomas Malone told him that horse was named Hall no, Malone denied Uallno had been substituted for Bye Bye Will. He testified that on the day of the Pimlico race, Uallno was at Jamaica and that Jockey Johnny Gilbert had given him a workout there. The commission then introduced a statement from Gilbert saying he diil not work Vallno that morning. Tho statement was relayed to the commission by Steward Marshall Cassidy of the New York tracks. Schwartz, like Malone, denied there had been a substitution, although he admitted making a substantial wnRcr on Rye Bye Will to win, place and show, and had successfully coupled him in a daily double worth $199 for t'-. Hill BILK'S SAI.K Improved t'roerlr Fidelity Building Association vs. Urnma Winkler, as executrix nf the last will and testament n( Elisabeth C. Truehel. sometimes known as Kllsa C. Trushel, s:ilsa Teghlmaver Trushel, formerly Klla (alw spelled Klltal Teghtmeyer, te-ceased, et al. Montgomery County com-nvm Pleas Court. Casa No. sTstiu. Order of Sals. In pursuance of an order Issued from Ihs Common Pleas Court, within and lor Ihe County of Montgomery, Stats of Ohm, msds at the April tsrrrt thereof, A. D. Itua, and to ma directed, I will offer for sale at Public. Auction at ths Sheriffs Office in the New Court House, In th City of Dayton, on Saturday, September 10, lll.'IS. at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, ths following described Real ('.state, to-wlt; BHiiate In Ihs City nf Daylon, County nf Monlgomery, In ths Slats of Ohio, and described as follows: Being the west one half (W. HI of Int numbered Two Thousand Four Hundred and Twenty-two (34331 of Ihs consecutive numbers of lots on Hie revised Flat of ths said Clly of Dayton, Ohio. Ths shova described premises are Improved Willi a one-story frame dwelling nf five rooms, aeml-modern. Also a one-car garsge. Bald premises ars Incsted and knnwn as 34 Oeorgs Street Clly of Dayton, County of Monlgomery and State of Ohio. Said property haa been appraised at One Thousand Font Hundred (14iinnoi Dol-lara. and cannot sell for less than two-thirds of sppraliiement. Terms of Sals; Cash. P. J. KI.OOS, Sheriff nf Monlgomery County, Ohio. Riv O Fitzgerald and Thomas H. Ford, Attomevs. I-111. 17, 34. 31; t-T SIIFRIFF S SAI.F. Improved Froperty Fidelity Sullnlng Association vs James D. Herrmsn, as Administrator of ths estate nf Daisy Van Meter, deceased, at al. Montgomery County Common Pleag Court. Casa No. S74A4. Order of Sal. In pursuance of an order Issued from ths Common Pleaa Court, within and fnr the County of Montgomery, State of Ohio, mads al the April term thereof, A. D. lti.lft, and tn ms directed, I will offer for sals at Public Auction at the Sherlff'a Office In the New Court House, In Uis City of Dsylon, on Saturday, Nrptrmher 10, 19.HI. at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, the following described Real Estate, to-wlt: Situated In the City of Dayton, County nf Montgomery ,and In lha State of Ohio, and described as follows: Being Int numbered Ten Thousand Seven Hundred Sisty-nne (10701) of the consecutive numbers of lots on the revised plat of Ihe said Clly of rjayton, Ohio, Ths above described premises are Improved with a one-stnry frame dwelling of alg rooms, semi-modern. Also a Iwo-story frama dwelling of four rooms, semi-modern. Ths above described premises are located and known as 3'.'0 Maryland Avenue, City of Daylon, County of Montgomery and Stale nf Ohio. Said property haa been appralaed at Two Thoussnd Seven Hundred ($2700 001 Dol-Inrs, for huh, and cannnt sell for lesa than twn-thlrds of appraisement. Terms of Sale: Cssh. P. J. KLOOS, Sheriff nf Montgomery County, Ohio. Rnv O. Fltrgerald and Thomas H. Ford, Attorneys. . 8-10, 17, 34, SI; I T SHERIFF'S SALE scant Lnt The American Loan and Savlnga Assoeia lion vs. Csrrle M. Hsrlmsn MnnU gomery County Common Pleaa Coui Caae Nn. sil2,l. Order nf Sals. In pursusnct of an order Issued fret the Common Pleas Court, within and fs Ihs County nf Montgomery, State of Ohio, made at the April term thereof, A. D. lli.'lg, and tn me directed, t will offer for aale at Public Auction at lha Sherlff'a Office In the New Court House, tn tha Clly of Dayton, nn Saturday. September IS, 1SS, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, tha fol-lowing described Real Estale, to-wlt: Sliusts In the City nf Dayton. County nf Montgnmery and State of Ohio, and being lot numbered Slxtv-nna Thousand Klght Hundred Right (S1S081 of tha eon-secutlvs numheri of lots on tha revised plat of ths City of Dayton, Ohio. The shove described properly Is a vacant Int located and known as 4(13.1 Weet Second Street, City of Daylon, County of Mont, gnmery and Slate of Ohio. Said property baa been appraised at Three Hundred (;)no .00) Dollars, and cannot sell for less than two-thlrdi of appraisement. Terms of Salt: Cash. P. J. KLOOS, Sheriff nf Mnnigomerv Countv, Ohio. Plckrel, Schaeffer, Harshmsn, Young and Philip C. Ebsllng, Attorneys S-10, 17, 34. SI; l-T I.FflAL NOTICF. Vsn Buren township board of trustees, Montgomery County, Dayton. O . will nf. fer tor ssle tn the highest bidder at their office, 113 Dorothy Lane, nn Aug. 37, Ifi.iA, at 3 p m. the following: Two (31 Ren firs trucks, 1M4 model wlih pumps; also bids for (In equipment nn these trucks. Ths Board reserves Ihe Mtht to ssll Intcks and equipment separate or as a whole, whichever yields ths best returns. BEN H. SMITH, Clerk IT,

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