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SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1933 THE MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER sir 7 26,000 SEE MATS TUSP TCSBE DM TVJBN BILL 1 im- U t A A 4 4 w v w -w " Cubs Take Second In Row From Giants; Dixie Ends First Half Today BIG TRAIN S FORMER r.lATES FIRE SALVO INTO INDIAN TEAM WWtehiTl Hurl Invincible Ball Until Ninth To Capture Kight-cap, 5-4, After Solon Win Opener, 6-2 THIERS HOP ON YANKS, 5-2; MACKS SPLIT WITH CHISOX WA.8HINOTON, jnly . OR Th Wkh-tftoa (mtan today nidi lb tirtt hom-mltir ta a f?rr acif orm of their fur-mr nutftr. Waiter Jehuoa. & 4 od for fcia C.vln4 Iadu&L oateatfif both ndi tt a 4rabltiMd' to take a com-maadta fow aad a half ctm )-ad otat t& co4-pUx Niw York Ta&kt-tstL Altar widdibc the Ilrat handily by I I to I er, tha Braatora kept a crowd of 2t o add hj aa exhibiUoa af Frank HarrtweU VuebaU watch ttay finally (-at la tha via col am a ay push ins oa raa to tha Uat of th lata for a I ta 4 Earl Whit kill, Waahiaf-toa porttider, appaarad to hr a M-ait cama In hia traap up aatll tha a ath tenia of tha aacoad imt. Pitching almost kaviaclbU ball ha had allow ad only (our maa ta reach haaa, and only ona ladiaa to advanco far aa aecoad baaa tfa roof h out tha first ifht Innlnrs. Hi mataa maaawhIU had pllad up aa apparait-ljr oafa foor-run load, Opaninc tha ninth, kowevar, Clovel and IMl WHITtMlU. Vraatao him with a barraf of Itft, lamming- out four sin gits and bring. across two runs baf ora ho was rlievMl by Jack Boasall. Avrill, pinch hitting for Pytlak, alammad a trlplo to tta tha score and put tha winning- run within sight of homo. Clasnll waa toaaad out at first, howevor, to nd the Inning. In tht horns half of the ninth afanuth slashed out a single, took second after tha catch of Goal in s fly to deep center, and came scampering home with the hall game on ScnuHe's clean single ta left. Rchulte also played tha hero's role la tha first game, smacking out two triple and a single la four times at bat. Tha contest waa never in doubt, however, aa tha Nationals bnached tha eleven l ite they obtained from Weslry FerrehX while Alvln Crowdar waa granting almost aa many but keeping them considerably mora scattered. Befor tha first game, members of both taama and Washington fana aa well, paid tribute to Walter Johnson, who for ao many year waa Washington's beloved "Pig Train. With both teams lined up he was presented with a huge bouquet and the heat wishes of Washington fandom except when hia IndUns were playing tha pennant-chafing Senators. CLEVELAND WASHINGTON AB.H PO.A. AB.H.PO.A Olitiir lb t S 10 1 4,4 1 1 HMy.r tb Porter rf tIManmh If OiOoalla rf 0 Cronln aa 1 Schulta cf I Kuhel lb 1 Rlueira 3b 1 Rewell c 4 Crowdar p Vimlk If Ktmn Ik Hal lb Hyatt c Ferrall v Total! iJ 10 14 111 Total! 14 12 2T ClovelatHl , 000 001 100 I RapihlnKton 01 020 SOx The aummary: Rum: Kamm. Claell, Myer. Goalln. Cronln, Scbultf. Bluoira, Sfw-II. Brrora: Halt, Blufgo. Rum batted In: Crowdar,. Myar. Hale, Pnrtar, Goalln, dphulta (S), Two baf hita: Myer (S). Three bane hlta: Sthulte !), Kamm and Hale. Sacrifice,: Qalatiar, Crowder. Left on bane: Cleveland 11; WaahlnlTton . Bane on balla: off Ferrell I; off Crowdar J. Struck out: by Crowder 4. Wild pltchee: FerrM. CLEVFXAND WASHINGTON AB.H. PO.A. AB.H.PO. A. Olataer-cf I 4 Myr 2b 112 1 Boaa lb 4 1 10 0IMnuh If 5 I 1 0 Porter if 4 I OjOoalln rf 5 2 2 0 Vomlk If I 1 f 0cronln a, 3 1 1 7 Kamm lb 4 1 ISckulte cf 5 2 6 0 Hale 2b 110 IlKuhel lb 4 1 12 Pytlak e I 1 llBluege Sb I 0 0 Spencer e 0 OlBewell c 4 0 4 Cluaell 4 I 1 3!Whthlll p 8 0 0 0 Hldbrn pi OIRuaaell p 0 0 Conally p I 0 0 21 A verlll nl 1 I t Total, IS l Totala 17 10 27 11 x Two out when winning run ecered. xt Batted for Pytlak In 9th. Cleveland 01" K Wa.hinflon .004 000 0016 The eummarT: Runa: Boss, Vosmlk, Kamm. Hale, Myer. Manueh 2, Cronln, Schulte. Errora: Galataer, Cisselt and Cronln. Runa batted In: Ooelin, Cronln, Schulte . Kuhel, Kamm, Hale, Averill 2. Two base hlta: Arerlll. Stolen baeee: Goslln. Double playa: Myer to Cronln to Kuhel. Base on balle: off Hlldebrand 2; off Connally 2; off Whltehlll 2. Struck out: by Hlldebrand 1; by Whltehlll 1. Hlte: off Hildebrintl In 2 1-1 Innlnrn: off Connally 4 In 6 J-l Innings; off Whltehlll 1 In I 2-S Innings: off Ruesell 1 In 1-3. Wild pitches: Hlldebrand I. Winning pitcher: Russell. Losing pitcher: Connally. RED SOX CHAKITABI.K BOSTON, July . Pr The Boston Red m i hBHtahl mood today and handed the St. Louie Browns a 4 to 1 vlctorr through the meaium oi u, . Tha first three tallies by the Browne were unearned Errora by riooapp, oi-and Waratler being converted Into scores by the Invaders. The fourth run and the Sox lone acore were earned. . j l. . . maHa th InTIKOnt hit of the day. a triple In the eighth. This fol lowed by a Jong ny out oy rsntu, . (..- the nd Snt acore. Fred Muller, recently purchased by the ox from Seattle, made his debut as a Inch batter, but fouled out to tne caicner. BT. -.OTIS BOSTON AHH.PO.A. AB.H.PO.A a -i. -i.. at, K a OlWratler as 4 0 I West cf 41 0 Werher Sb 4 1 1 Oarma If 4 1 f 0 Caoke cf I 4 w.i a a a Hnrlnn 2b 4 1 3 Burns lb 1 1 10 Ferrell c 4 0 Meiillo 2b 4 Levey aa 4 Shea Wells p 1 2 ftR. Jonsn rr 4 o ft 1 1 JiJolley If 4 8 0 1 i OlSee-fc, lb 4 2 7 1 2 H.Jhsn 2 0 M'Mnnns a 1 1 0 Kline p 0 0 0 Totala 13 27 l Totals 35 8 27 13 a Batted for H . Jonnson in tin. a. ,i, , 110 010 100- Boston ooo oo oio r The airmmarv: Runs: Sehareln, Campbell Shea, Hodapp. Errors: Cooke. Hodapp. Runs hatted hi: Scharlen. oarma Burns. n lllo, FerrelL Two base bits: Seeds 2, Wer her. Joller. Three base hit: Hodapp. Sac rlflces: Oarma. Double plays: Warstler to Seeds. Base on balls: off Wells 2; off H. Johnson S; off Kline I. struca om v.. Tx-.ii. i. fc u .Tnhnson 2: bv Kline 2 Hlta off H. Johnson In 7 Innings; off Kline In I. Hit by pltcner: oy n Johnson Campbell). Losing pitcher: H Johnson. AH AND WHITK SOX SPLIT PHILeVDKLPHIA. July 8 (Pi The Athletics and the Chicago White Sox divided a doubleheader today, the Markmen winning the flret game, 10-4. hut dropping the aecond one, ll-. In tha fourth inning, they blaated Ted Tyona and Urban Faber to the showers and scored tight runa. Chicago put a quietus on the sea-saw second game by hammering out six runs In the eighth Inning. George Barnahaw waa charged with this defeat. Tne A a attempted ta put on a belated rally, but It waa cut Short bv clever fielding. CHICAGO PHTLADKIPRIA AB.H.PO.A. AB.H.PO.A. wnen rf 8 1 1 lRlshop 2b i J 4 4 Haas cf 4 Huilivn lb ( Bimns If I Apling ss i I'vkes 3b- 1 Rhyne 3h 1 H ayes Jb i dm be e 4 Lyons p s Faber Wyatt p I OK rsmer CI 4 8 OUohnsn If 4 1 0'Koxi lb 4 t llColatnn rf 4 I llMdjeskl c 4 1 jHlgana lb 1 1 llWIIIms sa I Cain. a . Petersn p 6 MNalr x 1 Walberf & I Totals SI II II II Totals 31 14 17 x Batted far i'stersoa In 3rd. Chicago 100 811 400 4 Fhllsdelphla 440 124 44a 10 aUalJlARI Runs Swansea. Baaa, Bulli i i !8 -ft f i . 1 a. , jk aaw .IEi" CHICAGO TO 2-1 WIH mi im m i it a i rriii DMU " It., IT 14 HUNTbOltH 14 " AMrrtUs ' I T J ' l-,rtidl AMx-rtlW at UTOOMtK. S0UTHERNASS0CIAT10N (1tv4,r' ulle Lints Krk 7-4 ; HtTni I-. r UrMM ; AUuu . turmimttMm 11; kMiU . 4U tit KMsrtttr NadltUK tMli, Kk ' Jfj HtrsliwtuuB i I 111 Mmrtu J ' y; ( fclfJhMM 7 AUuu ,J ... Atlanta X kooxvllW tw fmet). Iiiih kWrk ! MMkvlllc. t- (Mm M IUrmlBtuuK. americaTleague (intoirlir'i R,ult, Chinw H-4; HhUMlrlhla t It llHtllliflMl t Irirltiad 2-4. IrtrU t " tL Loula 4; ItraolOrk . W. L. Pel Vaahlaa-tM New lark 45 M , Philadelphia 3 " 5" ChlcMS S 4M .Mroit Cleveland Boston 31 41 M. Loais SO M (Today's Schedule) Iketrolt at New York. Ht. Loula mt Boston. Cleveland at VI aehingtoa. NATIONAL LEAGUE (Yesterday's Results) Buatoa : Cincinnati I. Philadelphia -: PltUburgk 11. Chicago f: New York I. M. Louie 1; Brooklyn . W. L. Pet 44 Sit MIS 41 3D 5: 4(1 :l . &t 41 :h ria xa 494 34 80 4 34 44 . 4.1 It 44 421 New York Kf. Louis Plflabnrgh Chlrage Hoeteaj Mikl CliH-laaarl Philadelphia, (Today's Schedule) Braklya at si. Louts. Boston at Cincinnati. ew York at Chicago. GREY SOX DEFEAT LITTLE ROCK AGAIN Tht Grey Sox'i fast-stepping ba.se- ballers turned the tables on Little Rock again yesterday afternoon, 10 to 9, In a free hitting contest, which was In de cided contrast to the brilliant pitchers' battle the night before at Cramton Bowl when Lefty Glover hurled the locals to a S to 1 victory and fanned 20 batsmen. G. Mitchell relieved Rowe to help save the game for the locals, even though the Grey Box hammered Smith for 17 hits. Henderson's double In the ninth was the deciding blow for the home team. Little Rock and the Grey Sox will con clude their series at College Hill Park today In a doubleheader starting at 2:33. Score by Innings: Little Rock .. ..221 012 100 0 12 2 Grey Sox 040 020 03110 17 4 Smith and Underwood; Rowe, G. Mitchell and Tyson. DUBLIN TEAMS TRIUMPH DUBLIN, ALA., July 8. (Special) Dublin baseball fans saw two victories for the home team during the weekend, the Independents winning over Piseah 6 to 3 and the Juniors tripping the Earner Juniors 14 to 6. van, Wyatt, Bishop, Cramer. Foxx 2, Coleman, HiRgtns 2, WtlllRma 2, WalberR. Errors Faber. Foxx, Coleman. Run hatted in Simmons 2, Appling. Haas, Madjeski. Williams, Walherg, Cramer 3, Foxx, Coleman, Bishop 2 . Two base hits Cramer, Coleman, Appling 2 . Sacrifices Walberg, Higgina, Madjeskt. Pouble plays Williams, Bishop and Foxx; Appling, Hayes and Sullivan, BaDe on halls off Lyons 3, Wyatt 3, Cain 2, Peterson 1, Walberg 1. Struck out by Lyons 1, Faber 1, Walberg 3. Hits off Lyons 6 In 3 1-3 Innings; Faber 4 In 1-3; Wyatt 7 in 4 1-3; Cain 2 tn 0 (none out in first); Peterson 2 in 3; Walberg 8 In W'innlng pitcher Walberg. Losing pitcher Lyons. 8eoond Chime CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA AB.H.PO.A. AB.H.PO.A, Swnsn rf 6 1 3 0 M'N'air 2b 4 0 3 Haas cf 4 Sullivn lb 4 Simns If 5 Apling ss S Dykes 3b K Hayea 2b E Berry c S 1 01 Cramer cf 6 3 1 1 7 1 Johnsn If 4 0 2 4 01 Foxx lb 3 1 15 1 SlColemn rf 4 1 2 1 1 Mdjeskt c 3 0 1 i 3 SfHiggns 3b 4 3 1 t 6 0(W!Uims ss 4 0 1 ' 1 QjErnshw p. 4 1 1 0 OjCain p 0 0 0 ojPeteren p 0 t 0 0 "Gregory p 2 Heving p 0 Kress x 11 Ktmsey p 2 1 Totals 42 18 27 6Totals 36 10 27 16 x Batted for Heving in 6th. Chicago 020 111 OfiO 11 Philadelphia 100 040 100 t SUMMARY Runs Swanson, Haas, Sulli van, Appling 4, Dykes, Hayes, Gregory, Klmsey. McNair, Foxx, Coleman 2, Mad-jeski, Higgins. Error Dykes. Runs batted In Hayes 2, Berry 2, Haas, Kress, Kimsey, Simmons 3, Coleman, Higgins 4, Sullivan, Two base hits Appling 2, Berry, Higgins, Haas, Coleman, Simmons. Three base hits Hayes, Higgins, Berry. Sacrifices Johnson, Madjeskt, Hayes. Double plays Earnshaw, Williams and Foxx; Appling, Hayes and Sullivan. Base on balls off Gregory 4, Cain I. Struck out by Gregory 1, Klmsev 3, Earnshaw 1. Hits off Gregory 7 tn 4 2-3; Heving 0 in 1-3; Kimsey 3 In 4; Earnshaw 15 in 7 2-3; Cain 0 in 0 (pitched to two batters) ; Peterson S in 1 1-3. Hit by pitcher by Kimsey (Coleman). Winning pitcher Kimsey. Losing pitcher Earnshaw. TIGERS WHIP TASKS NEW YORK, July 8. (JP) The Detroit Tigers made their hits off Johnny Allen count today and piled up an early lead to defeat the Yankees 6 to 2. it was New York's fourth straight loss and the second te Detroit. Fred (Firpo) Marberry, although re lieved by Vic Sorrel 1 when tha heat affected him in the sixth, pitched good ball to win his 11th victory of the season. Joyner (.To Jo) White waa the batting star, driving in three Detroit runa. Fred Walker hit a homer and a double for th Yanks. DKTROIT JiEw YORK AB.H.P O.A AB.H.PO. A. Whits cf 6 2 8 OlFWIkr cf 4 2 6 0 on-en 3h 4 0 4 0 Howell 3b 6 1 Shul.le 3h S I 1 2 Kuth rf 12 Chrngr 2b 4 1 1 4 Oehrl lb 4 1 Stone If 4 11 o! Chimin If 1 2 OWIkr rf 4 1 4 0 I.aierl 2b 1 Grnhrg lb 3 6 13 ej Dickey 4 4 4 Rngell sa 3 3 4 , Fan-ell ss 3 4 Haywth c 2 1 4 I; Combs ill Marhry p 3 4 OjLary ss 14 gorrell pit II A lien p I (I Ruffng as 1 Totals 31 I 27 101 Totals 31 I 17 10 a Batted for Farrell In 4th. ss Hatted for Allen In Ith Detroit 110 304 001 I New York 100 001 0002 SUMMARY Runs Schuhle, Ireenberg. Rogell 3, Hayworth, P. Walker, Chapmaa. Rrror Bewail. Runs batted In Stone, F. Walker, While 3, Combs, Sorrell. Two bass hlta Ruth, f. Walker, Rogell. Horns run F. Walker. Htolen baae Chapman. Sacrifice Marberry, Hayworth. Baae on balls off Marberry 3, Allen 3, Sorrel! 1. Struck out by Allen 4, Marberry 3. Sorsll 1. Hits off Marberry 4 in tnnlnrs; Sorrell 3 In a. Hit by pitcher by Alien (Owen). Winning pitcher Marberry. ' S fr'S. LU ' AM v I MM uilii uiniuu iLnui Dean Checks Dodgers With Four Blows And Cards Gain 1-0 Verdict; Pirates Blank Phils After Loss LUSTY RALLY ENABLES BRAVES TO DEFEAT REDS CHICAGO. Juiy I. l Guy Bushahad-ed Hal Lumai-fier tn a fine ir.ouiid duel ttda; aiad the Cud j mad it two m a row ter the league k-ad:ii Tianu by a 1 U-1 eouci Tne deteat reduced tn G'.siit le-ad ot-r the Viciorioua St. i-uui Cardii-k.i to 4 11 gatuaa. St-humat her alio wad tha Cuba only four hi!i, ail sictfiea, la tha at-vro inninse ii forked and L-fty Clark aet them duaa v, ordar, but a brief burat ot vildnac on S- humacher'a part aad a coatly error by Trtvu Jai kaca enabled tha Cube to meat their runs in the first kio.cf. ikhumitJief Ifave three walk whii Bush, alKio tiun, granted only aix blows for hia aioih victory of tha aeaaoa. Schumacher paaad th aecond and thinl batatneo to face him, Btlly Htrmsn t- nd J 1 in M ofiolf . The a J ackaua f um ble d B ot-Hfrmmi grounder and the b&aes loaded. Frank Ltmtrt btat out a aU a bountler to Johnny Verfrei for a hit th.! ient W. Herman home and Mosolf rir.t in a mooient laier oa Gabby Hartueu a Iocs f(y to oa. Thai eri'lt-d tha Cuba acorlntr and It t-ok oine brilliant 11 eld mi? by Hueh and hn matfea to keep tha Giant down. H ugrne Orm was stranded after hitting a triple in tne third, la the aventh the Giams jwortd when Mel Ott got a airle and went to t-i-ond on illi Herman wild throw . Joe Moore brought him burnt with a double but wa left oa second aa the neiu two men a'ent out. Ott ancaked la a two bagger after Terry hd fnnned In the ninth but Buah rose ti ihe heltihU by ettlnfc iJuwn Verg! nd Moore on etrikea to end th ysnie SKW VOKK CHICAGO AU.H.l'O A. AH H PO.A Critt ih 4 1 3 StEnrlsh 3b 4 0 0 3 ti'luiul if 4 I t 0 W Hin lit. 3 6 1 1 Terry lb 4 1 OlMoaolf If 3 0 10 U rf 4 2 3 0,K Hrm rf 4 0 - Verg 3b 4 0 1 Memi cf 4 3 4 Moore cf 4 1 3 0' Hart net c 3 0 3 1 Jarksn 3 0 0 SiOrimm lb 3 1 14 0 Mncuso c 3 0 3 ljJurv'e-s aa 2 1 1 3 Hliumhr p S 0 lBuah p S I 6 Peel x 1 0 t 0; Clark p 0 0 , Totals 33 6 24 tiTotals 29 4 27 14 x Batted for Schumacher in Sto. Nt-w York 0d ft 000 100 1 Chicago 200 000 OOx 2 SUMMARY Runs Ott, W. Herman, and Mosoif, Errors Verges, Jackson, W. Her man. Runs baited in Moore, I 'emaree, Hartnett. Two baae bits Ott. Moore. Three baas It Critt. Double play Jackson, Criti to Terry. Left on bases ew York 5; Chi cago . Base on balls off Schumacher 3 . Struck out by Schumacher 3, Bush 3. Hits off Schumacher 4 in 7; Clark 0 in 1 . Wild pitch Schumacher. Passed ball Alancuso. Losing pitcher Schumacher. ANOTHKR tiKKAT ONE 8T. LOUIS, July 8. t't Dizzy Dean held the Brooklyn Dodgers to four hits and whiffed eight in a pitching duel at;aint Ray Benge today and the Cardinals evened the series with a I to 0 victory which left them only 4 1- games behind the league league New York Giants. Benge also allowed only four hits up to the eight h. Then with two out. Pepper Martin. Frank Krlsch. and Ernie Orsatti connected for successive singles to send Martin In with the only run. Neither flintier gave a walk in the fast game, completed in an hour and 37 minutes. Joe Med wick saved the day for the Card n the seventh after Sara Leslie had tripled by making a diving catch of Tony Cuc-cinelio's short fly for the third nut and holding the hall aa he slid 20 feet over tiif slippery turf. BROOKLYN 6T I.OCIS AB.H.PO.A. A B.H.PO.A. Boyle If 4 1 2 Oj Martin 3b 4 2 1 0 Frdrck cf 4 1 6 0 Frisch tb 4 1 1 ti Stripp 3b 4 0 2 llOrsatti cf 4 2 4 0 Htnson rf 4 0 0 VColllns Ih 4 0 8 0 -esiie id a i u Mdwrk r 3 o 2 o Oucnlo 2b 3 0 0 3Watkns rf 3 2 3 0 Lopez c 3 0 0 OlJWilsn c 2 0 8 0 Jordan ss 3 0 5 SjUurchr ss 3 0 0 1 Benge p 3 1 1 0Dean p 3 0 0 V Totals 31 4 24 , Totals 30 7 27 7 Brooklyn 000 000 0M 0 St Louis 000 000 Olx 1 SUMMARY Runs Martin. No eirora. Runs batted in Orsatti, Two base hits Wv- klna. Boyle. Three base hit Leslie. Sacrifices J. Wilson- Struck out by Dean 8. Time of gams 1:37. BRAVES 1H HST THROl'GH CINCINNATI, July 8. iP) Unliving; lustily in the ninth, the Boston 3ravea drove Bennie Frey from the mound tod.iy to break a 3-3 tie and defeat the Cincinnati Reds, 6 to 3. Singles by Maranvllle, Urbanski and Berber, a triple by Jordan, Brandt's sacrifice, a walk and an error by Lombard! virtually ended the fame before showers began to fall. Cinclnsnti's leadoff batters were silent again. Triples by Itice and Frey and a double by Roettger, all of the tall-endera, contributed to the three runs the Reds chipped from big Ed Brandt. BOSTON CINCINNATI AB.H.PO.A. AB.H.PO.A. I bnskl ss ( 1 3 2 Adams ss 6 1 2 5 Jordan lb 5 Berger Vf 5 R More rf 4 Whtny 3b 6 Lee If 4 Hogan c 4 Mrnvl 2b 4 Brandt p t OlMorisy 2b 6 1 2 1 0, (Hafey cf 4 0 2 iBotmly lb 4 "1 13 2 Lombrdl c 3 1 2 0 Rice rf 2 1 i 1 Roetgr H 3 1 0 0 High 3b 4 10 01 Frey p 4 11 Johnson p 0 0 0 Totals 3 12 27 Totals 34 8 27 16 Boston 201 000 00;; 6 Cincinnati 110 001 000 3 SUMMARY Runs Urbnnski, Jordan, Berger, R. Moore 2, Maranvllle, Roettger, Hafey. Errors Bnttomley 2, Lomhardi, Frey, Runs batted In Urbanski, Jordan, Berger, Whitney 2. Lee, Adams 2. Rice. .Two base hits Whitney. Roettger. Three base hits Frey, Rice, Jordan. Sacrifice Brandt. Dou ble plays Berger, Hogan to Jordan. Base on balls off Brandt 4. Frey 1. Johnson 1 Struck out by Brandt 1, Frey 1. Hits off Frey 11 In 8 1-3; Johnson 1 In 2-3. Hit by pitcher by Brandt (Lombard)). Losing pitcher Frey. SMITH SAVBS PIRATES PITTSBURGH, July 8 . tJPi Young Hal Smith today pitched the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 3 to 0 victory In the second game of a doubleheader after the Phillies had staged a laat-lnnlng four-run rally to capture the first fray, 8 to 7. Smith held the Phils to seven hits, while young Arky Vaughan. Pirate ahortstop, cinched the clash with a home run with Paul Winer on base In the fourth inning Johnny Jackson, former Penn star, held the Pirates to six hits until his removal for a pinch batsman In the seventh. In the first claah, Bartell's triple started a Quaker scoring spree in the last n-nlng, a Pirate counter rally failed by one run to tie the count. Llndstrom alammed his first homer of the year in the opener. First Game PHILADELPHIA PITTSBI RC.H AB.H.PO.A. AB.H P A Fullls cf 5 1 I III Wnr If 6 1 4 0 Partell ss 5 3 Klein rf 4 2 Hurst lb 4 3 3 Lndstm cf 5 0 P Wnr rf f 1 Traynr 3b S 0 Vsughn ss 4 3 Suhr lb 3 1 Plet 3b 4 2 1'lclnlch e 3 0! Swift p 3 Uhlmrh If 4 Warnr 3b 4 Havls c 4 Knnthe 3b 3 M'Cdy xx 1 M'Leod 3b 0 Klliott p 1 Moore p 1 lu gas x 1 l.lska p 0 Tndrt 3x 1 Rhem p 0 O.Swetnlc p 1 Frenoh p Totals 31 14 37 10 Totals 3 13 27 I x Batted for Moore In 7th. xx Batted for Knoths tn 8th. 3x Baited for Llska In Ith. Philadelphia oil) 110 014 Pittsburgh 131 000 0017 SUMMARY Runs Fullls 3. Kartell, Hurst 3, Sehutmarlrh, Todd, L. Wsner, Llndstrom 3. P. Waner, Traynor 3; Plclnlch. Errors Bsrtell, P. Waner. Runa batted In Traynor, Vaughan, Llndstrom 3, Plclnlch, Davis I, Bartell 3, Hurst, Schulmerlcn. P. Waner. Two baae bits P. Waner I, Plnlnlcn, Fullls, Llndstrom. Three base hits Hunt 3, Helps Cubs Tiiumoh . r i Lis .-iM VWY BUSH The Cbkao itar rot the bra f the breaks aa his ma tea floore4 the Giants -1 yet-daj. tic ailowe six hits in vinnxiif his ninth rme of the STdtaon. GLEET, DILLMAN MEETTOMORROiV Tough Matmen Return For Headline Match; Knickel Billed In Prelim Tuffy Cleft. ho eats peanuts for the roughage, has a score to settle with Dynamite Joe DUlman tomorrow night in the main attraction of the weekly mat card at Cramton Bowl. Cleet was disqualified for whipping both Joe and Referee Kid Lott in their last rough and tumble here and the tough man from Detroit figures he can ease up on the referee and give Dillman a handsome whipping. Dillman doesn t believe Cleet can do It and that makes tomorrow night's fight one of those naturala." Bob Turner, 210 pounds of solid Iron, will seek to handle these mighty men of the mat. Bob played football at Alabama and he can use his fists effectively In an emergency. He says he Is prepared for any kind of an emergency when Cleet and Dillman tie up. Promoter Jcrdan simply couldn't let the fans down In his semi-final, so Instead of the heralded Bobby Roxy he has substituted Freddie Knichel against Pete (Handlebar) Demetroff. Knichel returns from a series of bouts with big timers and Jordan says the tackling star is in great shape. It is a pity Knichel doesn't have a top-notch match for his first appearance here after several weeks' absence. Hamel's 3SS Mark Leads Southerners MEMPHIS. TENN., July 8 JPh-Peck Hamel, hard hitting Memphis center fielder, has tightened his grip on the Southern Association batting leadership. Finishing Thursday's games with an average of .388, Hamel nosed out Joe Hutcheson, an outfielding teammate, just before the big right fielder packed his luggage for a trip to Brooklyn, his new mailing address. Hutcheson had an average of .361. While Allington, Knoxville outfielder, had an average of .389, he had partici pated In only 51 games against 87 for both Hamel and Hutcheson. Ouilliber, New Orleans first baseman, and Wright, Little Rock outfielder, tied for third place, batting .357. Hutcheson left the Southern with the home run lead still In his possession with 18 circuit clouts credited to his big bat. The leadership passed to Prather, of Nashville, whose homers numbered 16 at the end of Thursday's games. French, Knoxville, up to his old tricks, is setting the pace for base stealing. He was credited with 14 stolen bases. Memphis is leading with a team batting average of .306, seconded by Nashville, the Volunteers batting .299 as a group. Chaplin has the outstanding record among Southern hurlers with 14 victories to his credit. He has been defeated four times. Blethen, Knoxville, defeated only fou rtimes, has 11 wins, tying the record of Johnson, of the Pelicans. Pettlt, of Chattanooga, is credited with 10 victories and four defeats, while Pop Griffin, diminutive Memphian, has won 12 and lost five games. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Sacramento 3; Oakland 2, Missions 7; Los Angeles 5. Hollywood 12-2; San Francisco 4-1. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 6; Minneapolis 7 (10 innings). Columbus 7; St. Paul 3. Louisville 7; Milwaukee 3. Vaughan, Bartell. Home run Llndstrom. Double plays Vaughan, Plet and Suhr 2. Baae on halls off Elliott 1, Moor el, Swift 3. Struck out by Elliott 1, Moore i, Llska 1, Swetonlc 1. Hits off Elliott 8 in 2 2-S Innings; Moore 1 In 3 1-3; Llska 2 In 2; Swift I In 1 1-3; Swetonlc 3 in 2-3; French 2 In 1; Rhem 2 In 1. Winning- pitcher Llska. Losing pitcher Swetonlc. Second Game PHILADELPHIA PITTSmRC.H AB.H.PO.A. AB.H PO.A. Fullls cf 4 1 2 0Y Wnr If 4 13 0 Bartell as 4 1 3 4 I.nilstm cf 4 1 3 0 Klein rf 4 1 4 OiP Wnr rf 4 1 2 0 Hurst lh 4 0 10 2 Travnr 3b 4 0 2 2 Shlmrh If 4 2 1 0 Vaughn ss 3 2 4 2 Davis c 4 11 l;Snhr lb 10 9 0 Warnr 2h 4 0 2 2 Plet 2b 3 0 2 4 Knoth .lb 3 0 1 2' I'inney c 3 1 2 0 Jackson p 2 0 0 0 Smith p 2 0 0 1 M'Crdy X 1 1 0 0 Collins p 0 0 0 0; Totals 34 7 24 11 Totals 28 4 27 x Batted for Jnckson In 8th. Philadelphia 000 000 000 0 Pittsburgh 000 210 0nx 3 SUMMARY Runs L. Waner, P. Waner, Vaughan. Error Vaughan. Runs batted In Vaughan 2. Llndstrom. Three base hit L. Waner. Home run Vaughan. Stolen base Vaugrhan. Dnuhle plays Hurst, Bartell and Hurst; Plet end Suhr. Base on bnIN o,T Jackson 3. Collins 1. Struck out by Smith 1. Hits off Jackson in 7; Collins 0 in 1 Losing pitcher Jackson. FOUND A A HEALTHFUL frfi M n m f 100 r qm to t MBUr'i biologies twttod Foarft m pM. toty, 9wt4 to Mfeiy Ail SCHLOSS A KAHN JLA latum BiitrtaBlBMi si T Barons Halt Smokies' Win Streak As 7 Homers Feature 1 1 -1 0 Tilt Weintraub Of Milans And Home Of Knoxville Each Rifles Two Circuit Blows In 0rp;y; Lookouts And Pebbles Divide Bill; Crax Arc Rumbled, 8-6 K.NOXVILLH TENS' . Joij . uP) B.rn.:cg haa. a-faifl Knoxniia 11 la is t.ih Q a n.:t same featured ar savea hud? rub, errors and erratic pitching, and r,g tt series two to oa tit t&s bmoaiea ltr. To r(H'iS- Weintraub, of Birmlafaam. sad Kirfi ot kncxviU, lifted tha baU over tht feat tait eath. vbils ataer home rut rre -rHtned to Head aad Alllnctoa of tLe reua:ea and Abaraata.?, baruo first baeeu.an. UlttHIM.HVV k.VOlVILLE At H fvl A. Ab H.W.4. Binrft !b t 1 ! i Home as t 1 1 t Hraly cf I l Kien. k rf i I I I jlett sb 1 1 1 Alins-tn cf I 1 Ablhy lb f I S Hn.fs lb I snub rf i 1 I Huit If I 1 e:s it i Head c 1 I 4 hu-riea e 6 4 c i bvi ,u Sb 3 2 I Kane ss 4 12 1 Brandes 2b t 1 Wkifcup p 3 1 1 2 Kabb p 141 ttbite p 1 0 0 Krider p 4 Sboaf p 14 1 u liolia, a p J 1 4 i Ataoud I 1 0 Adams p 4 4 4 4 Llsenbe p 4 4 4 4 Tots-ls 42 11 27 !' Totals II II 17 14 j halted fut Mioaf in tb. Birmingham 43 6 o ' It Knoirille -121 5u4 41)114 The eummary hunt Hnroft. Braley. Abernstby 2. Weintraub I, WVls. Berres 2. Kane 2, Home 3. AUington .Holt t. Head, ("heryinko. Braiulea. Doljack Errors: Wills t. Home, mvpa. Head, Otiervlnko, Hrandes Kuns t.aietd tn. French Weintraub 2. Head 2. Abernathy 2, Walkup. aUncrof'. Home 4 Chervlnko. Dolji k. it aood. W lllett. Ailinxton, Two base hits: Abernathy, Weis 2. Holt. WiUe-t. Three 1. hse hits: Home. Chervlnko. Ksne. Home rune: Weintraub 2, Head, Abernaihy, Home 2, Alllng-lon llouble plays: Kane to Aber nalhy. liase on balls: off Rabb 1; off Kn.ter 1. off rioljack 4. off Adklns 2. off White 2. Stru' k out: by Walkup 2: by Shoaf 1; by Doljack 1; by White 1: by Lii?nbe 1: by AOkina 1. Hits: off Rabb i In 1 1-3 Innings and I Tins; .iff Knder : in no Innings and I runs: ttt rwljack 3 in 4 innings and i runs; off Adklns 1 in 2-3 Innings and no runs; off Walkup I in 3 innings and runs, off Whlta S In 1 1-3 innings and I runs; off Khoaf 1 In S 2 3 innings and no runs; nff Lisenbea 1 m 1 Inning and 1 run. Hit by pllcher: by Dr. lark I Heme. I Wild pitch: rmljaek. Winning pitcher: Shout, losing pitcher: lojijai k. A I.I, EVEN AT 'NOOGA CHATTANOOGA. TRN.W. July . lP The Lookouts and Travelers liroke even in their four game series by snllltlng a duobleheader here today. The 'tofks won the first 7 to I as W llloughby blanked the Chattanoogans with five hits previous to the ninth while the Lookouts evened It up with a five to four nightcap trlu nph. Maple's triple and Gill's long fly In the sixth won the finale. LITTLE ROCK CHATTANOOGA ARHl'OA. AH.H 1'O.A. Bray 2b B 1 2 5 Moors cf 10 3 1 4 11 2'Harfoot p 0 0 4 0 4 1 IS O MIhalic 2b 0 3 4 3 1 4 u Travis 3b 4 14 4 4 1 0 DWaily Ifcf 5 2 4 0 4 14 ojoil Irf 4 2 0 0 4 1 1 S'Monlin lb 4 0 S 0 3 12 1 Kingdn ss 4 0 4 6 4 14 2 Maple c 4 2 3 1 Hcnsick p 2 1 0 2 Thomas p 0 0 0 0 Link,- If 1 1 Totals 5d 11 27 15 Totals 31 8 27 17 Little Hock ..21,0 nl 0007 Chattanooga 000 000 0033 The summary: Runs: Sturdy. Fisher 2, Wright. Brown 2, Styles. Travis. Waddey. Gill. Error: Bray. Runs batted in; Fisher 2. Wright 2. Styles, Wllloughhy. Akers. (iill .Kinedon. Maple. Two base hits: styles, Akcrs. Waddey. Home -uns: Fisher, Wright. Double plavs: Travis to Mihallc to Monahan; Willoughby to Akers to Sturdy. Base on bslls: off Hensick 2; off Willoughby 2; off Thomas 1. Struck out: by Henskk 1; by Willoughby 2; by Thomas 1. Bits off Hcnsick 9 In 6 innings for 7 runs; off Thomas 2 In 3 innings for no runs. Passed balls: Styles. Losing pitcher: Hcnsick. I.ITTI.S ROCK CHATTANOOC.A AB.H.PO.A. AB.H.PO.A. Rrav 2h 4 1 1 S'Klnfdn ss 3 3 4 1 Tapson 3b 4 Sturdy lb 4 Fisher rf 3 Wright If 3 Brown cf 3 Akers ss 3 Ooebel c 3 Barnabe p 3 liTravis 3b "IMihllc 2b 2 MWady cflf 3 Ojl.inke If 3 Oj Moore cf 0 0. Maple c 3 0OI1I rf 1 lMonhan lb 3 Dudley p 3 Totals 30 11 1! S Totals 26 9 21 7 Little Rock 000 202 0 4 Chattanooga 100 211 x & The summary; Runs: Fisher. Wright 2, Brown, Klngdon, 2, Llnke. Maple. Oill. Runs hatted in: Brown 8, Akers. Mlhtllc, Oill 2. Monahan. Two base hits: 'lonahan. Wright. Three base hits: QUI. Marile. Home runs: Brown. Stolen bases: Klngdm. Sacrifice: Mihallc. Double plays: Mlhilic to Guard Your Life At High Speeds Unblowable b When you drive over 35 miles an hour, you are betting your life that your tires won't blow out. Don't take unnecessary ricks! 6,000,000 miles of hard road tests prove that ALLSTATE Tires are safe, they &ra unblowable. tomorrow I ALLSTATE Tires, if kept sure of 32 pounds or more, conditions before the tread is 119-121 Commerce Street By Tic Asawciatcd Pre Al Primmons and Jinunie Fou broke the complicated deadlock for first place in the Big Six and the American Leugue batting race yesterday as thej slugged u out in a doubleheader and took the first two places. Simmons regained the un disputed scad by hitting five tunes in ten trips to the plate lor a four-point gain that tent his average to .373. Foxx hit three out of seven, picking up two points while Joe Cronln, with two hits in six tries, remained at the .368 level to tie with the National League leader. Chuck Klein, who dropped a point with three hits In nine times up. Trie standing: O. AB. R. H Pet. Simmon, White Sox 77 322 59 120 . 373 Foxx, Athletics 74 276 73 102 .870 Klein, Phillie 76 310 51 114 .368 Cronin, -Senators ... 74 802 53 111 .368 Davis, Phillie 70 250 29 SI .364 FuUis, Phillies 76 337 54 118 .350 Kmgdon to Monahan. Struck out: by Dudley 1; by Barnabe 1. PKL8 WIN B FAST CTAHT ATLANTA, GA., July s -yP) The. New Orleans Pels took an early iead today to defeat the Atlanta Cra kera 8 to 4. The Crackers tied the acore In he eighth, sending perrln and Reddick to the show-era, but the Pels came sack in the ninth to score two runa NEW ORLEANS ATLANTA AB.H.PO.A. AB.H.PO.A. Ward rf 4 14 OiChtham as i 2 2 2 E More lb 4 3 I 0Su.ko lb 4 I Ouliber lb 4 2 I 0 Bonwts rf I 2 Rose If 4 14 O.UcKee rf I 2 Flming cf I 1 3o Scherin lb i 1 Autry c 4 0 I OjN'elsler c I 1 Hrglon :b 4 0 1 2 Sington If I 4 Knothe ss 4 2 0 4l)ashlet 2b t 1 Perrln p 4 0 1 O.Mesnger p 1 Redock p 0 4 0 OjAube p 8 1 C More p I 0 0 Ojphllllps ill Totals 38 I 27 41 Totals 41 13 27 I X Batted for Messenger in 4th. New Orleans 24 000 002 I Atlanta 000 '00 320 4 The summary: Runs: Ward, E. Moore S. Ouilliber, Rose. Fleming. Harrington, Chatham. Susko, Honowita, McKee 2, Aube. Errors: Knothe. Chatham. Scheerln, Dasn-lell. Runs bstetd In: Ouilliber. Fleming, Knothe 8. Dashlell. McKee. Scheerln 2, Itose 2. Susko, Bonowitx 2. Two ase hits: Chatham. Knothe. Fleming, Susko 2. McKee. Stolen bases: Ouilliber. E. Moore. Sacrifices: Ouilliber. Base on balls: off Messenger 1; off Perrln 8; off Aube 2. Struck out: by Messenger 4; by errin 2; by Aube 1; by Moore 1. Hits: off Messenger 4 tn 7 innings and no runs; off Perrin 11 in 7 1-3 Innings and six runs; off Reddock 2 In no innings and no runa Hit by pitcher, by Messenger (Harrington). Wild pitches: C. Moore. Passed balls: Noisier. Winning pitcher: C. Moore. Losing pitcher: Aube. KELLY FANS 11 VOLS NASHVILLE, TENN., July 8. (&) Harry Kelly. Memphis hurler. Tanned 11 Vol batters today as the Chicks avenged last night's defeat by trouncing Nashville 7 to 0. splitting the two-game series. Kelly allowed onlv five hits. MF.MI'HIS NASHVILLE AB.H.PO.A AB.H.PO.A. Chloza 2b 4 2 1 2Rodda 2b t 0 6 4 Hamel cf 3 Reese lb 4 Leiber If Bralill rf S Chpmn ss 4 Wise f 4 Clbrth 3b 2 Kelly p i 4 1 4 3 2 1 2 2 0 3 12 1 0 Oj Frey ss 1 0 2 t 0I,hveou If 4 0 0 0 'bRchhrg rf 4 0 1 0 4'Dueker 3h 4 0 1 2 lPrather lb 1 1 12 1 1'Smith cf 4 1 2 0 "I Baker i 4 1 2 0 OlChaplin p 1 1 2 2 Dressen x 1 1 0 0 Totals 5S 14 17 4 Totals 31 6 37 IS x Hatted for Chaplin In th. Memphis 100 '11 0407 Nashville 000 '-00 000 0 The summary: Runs: Chiozza 2, Ueese 2, Chapman, Wise. Kelly. Errors: Dueker. Runs batted In: Chlozsa, Reese 2, Leiber 2, Wise. Two base hits: Lieber 2, Chaplin, Chapman. Brazill. Reese. Three base hits: Chiozza. Stolen bases: Chloxza. Hamol. Sacrifices: Culbreth, Chaplin. Double plays: Dueker to Rodda to Prather; Frey o Rod-da to Prather 2. Base on balls: off Chaplin 7; oft Kelly 4. Struck out: by Chaplin 2: by Kellv 11. Hit by pitcher: by Chaplin (Culbreth). Wild pitch: Kelly 2. 1 I B r I 4Jx Equip your ear witha set inflated at our specified air pres will not blow out under normal road worn smooth. , ., i i .,. jf i'f Si,; i ifr 1 -4VMy ', SINGLETON HURLS CAPSTO THRILLING CONQUEST BY 2-1 Locals Defeat Union Springs, First Half Champions, In Fast-Moving Game; Burgess Leads Attack ABBEVILLE TEAM CLOSES FIRST HALF HERE TODAY. By STUART X. STEPHENSON Advertiser Sport Editor On the tail end of the first-half chanipionahip stretch yesterday rode ona of the most brilliant fame played her since the birth of the Dixie Amateur baseball ltague. Mcntgomeiys Improved Capitals overcame Union Springs, first-hall champions, 2 to 1, in a fast-moving contest that clicked off In one hour and twenty-five minutes. PeDDed un over the start of the sec ond half on Monday, the Cap will en tertain Abbeville's athlete this after noon in the final game of the first half. The starting time will be t o'clock. Behind Big Slim Singleton, the calm starboard hurler of the home team, thn local athletes hustled like big leaguers and came up with the necessary punch to defeat the champions, who were in the fight until the final out. Singleton deserved his victory over '"Loose-Arm" Lowe, one of the Springers' new twirlers who had plenty of stuff to match the big local boy until the punch was needed in the fourth and e'ghth. Montgomery, led by Jimmy Burgess, nicked Lowe for eight blows and the Springer touched Singleton for aeven scattered knocks, only, one of which went for an extra base. Burgess had three for four, two of these featuring 'he scoring. Robbed of a certain scon early In the game when Ben Boyd over-ran third base, the Capital nevertheless put the ginger Into their attack in the fourth to knot the count at one-all The visitor had tallied after Kaley singled, moved to second on Gholston's sacrifice and scored on a fortunate fling by Waldrop. The first local score breezed across after Burgess dropped lucky twister to left field that went for three sacks and Les Watts followed with a high loft to center. An error aided the local cause to open the eighth when Hitchcock booted 8udduth' roller. Cooper pushed Sudduth to second on neat bunt and Burgess rifled one to deep left center that went for a blow though Waldrop ' made a sensational stab at the drive. Both teams hustled an the way and stood toe to toe throughout the thrilling contest. I'MOJI SPRINGS MONTGOMERY AB.H.PO.A. AB.H.PO.A. Kirk lb 3 e 0Bovd jb 2 1 2 I Kaley c 4 3 3 0suduth cf 4 0 3 4 Ghlstn lb 3 1 1 OlCooper If 8 3-3 0 Smith cf 4 4 0Brgess 8b 4 11 0 Wldrop If 4 3 1 2)Branon 0 4 0 3 0 Vinson 2b 4 4 4 lW'atts sa 8 14 3 Htcock ss 8 0 3 4Crowder Sb 2 0 4 1 M'Miln rf 8 1 3 0 Ooolsby rf 8 2 0 Lows p 8 11 1 Singltn p 8 1 4 Totals 31 7 24 10 Totals 28 8 27 11 Union Springs 000 100 Ono 1 Montgomery 000 100 Olx 2 The summary: Runs: Kaley, Sudduth. Burgess. Errors: Kirk. Hitchcock, Cooper. Runs batted in: Watts. Waldrop. Burgess. Two base hits: Boyd. Three baae hits: Burgess. Sacrifices: Boyd. Cooper, Ohols-ton. Double plays: Walter to Boyd to Burgess. Left on bases: Montgomery 4; Union Springs 6. Base on balls: off Lowe 2. Struck out: by Lode 2; by Slnirleton 1. Umpires: Blythe and Cox, Time of game: 1:26. FANS 19 SHAWMUT BATSMEN FAIRFAX ALA., July 8. Zach Schuessler's great hurling enabled Fairfax to turn back Shawmut, 6 to 3, in a hard fought baseball game here this afternoon. Schuessler allowed four hits and struck out 19 batsmen. TEXAS LEAGUE Ft. Worth 1; Beaumont 4. Tulsa 9; San Antonio 15. Tires! 3 Sears New ALLSTATE invention, SUPERLASTIO CORDS gives 25 to 30 more stretch than stiff-side tires, relieving strain and preventing blowouts! 3u,..4W","r: eveivro"f - -7 ChoCK " TTi.ck V! tatsrK " . j . tOW 29x4.40-31 Other Sixes Proportionately T Ti J Low-Priced. (TORI HOURS Dally A.M. to t P.M. Saturday S A.M. te t P.M. r,

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