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i 1 TriDKISDAT, JULY 13, if THE MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER W CotutmetiT TmxUu W.toJetit SIX CAPITALS OPEN WDGHT BALL M DIXIE AT BOWL TONIGHl a Senators Yield Ground By Bowing To Chisox As Yanks Trim Browns HALF II Union Springs, Champions First Half, Will Invade Cramton Bowl For Curtain-Raiser Tonight At 8 O'clock CAPACITY CROWDS WATCH TWO DIXIE LEAGUE GAMES Night baseball return to Momiromery tonight when the tint half Onion Springs cjumptons invade tamtoa Bowl to opes the local Dixie League second half again the Capitals. The fame will begin at I o'clock. Lefty ABey, who is conceded to have more stuff than any southpaw to appear here sine Lefty Lee of (he Tampa 6mokies. probably will draw the nocturnal alignment tonight against to bard-hltUng Bprlagera. The various teams in the Dixie Amateur League are on a keen edge as the second half gets under way and enthusiastic baseball fans are promised some Jam-up baseball from now out!! the finish line is reached on August 30. Bull McFaden. who broke into the Dixie League yesterday at Eufaula, will be behind the plate for tonight's game. iters ila Tirrouori El'FAULA, ALA.. July 11 Eufaala mad aa auspicious tart la th Dixie Amateur Uuu IhU etlernoa by efel-tns Montgomery I U 1 behind the tour-bit hurling of Mesa DeBardelebea. la right-hander. Lad by McMillan, bustling Wt Holder, th Blaff City batsmen hammered aura Siafleloa, Montgomery ace, for 11 blow to aoora a well-deserved victory before a Boer -capacity crow 4 at Comer Para, McMlllaa delivered thro Mows la foar tripe, including a doable. DeBardelebea hurled Heady ball and bn mates save him fine support, especially Manager Mack Arnette at abort etop who handled five hard chance without a bobble. MONTOOMF-RT sHFACLA AB.H.PO.A. AB.H PO.A. ati ih I 1 IlKrklad cf 1 1 4 Math ef 4 1 OjM Mlln t 4 I I I Cooper If I 1 tArte es t I I 1 Burse lb 4 1 II II Roy e 4 Brnoa e 4 t aiMuaaor ( 1 I hnha tb I 1 lDavts lb 4 4 Watt ae 4 1 Hamltn rf 4 1 4 Crwder rf 4 1 liOwena lb 4 I Bnglta p 1 elDblena a I 1 1 block 1 l Total 11 4 4 14 Total It 11 17 t Montgomery 0 1 Xufaula 10 Th eummary : Rune: thanahan. Watts, Klrkland. McMlllaa. Hamilton. Oweae. Er-ror: Musswr. Rum batted la: Arnette. Klrkland. I, McMillan, Walta. Two baae hlte: Klrkland. McMlllaa. Three baae hits: Watta sKolen bsses: McMillan. Arnette, udduth. Burg-eea, Shannahaa. Double play: Crowder te Shennahan. Left on baae: Eafeula f; Montgomery . Baa en ball: off Debardeleben 4; off Slngle-toa 1: off Mock 1. Struck eut: by De-berdolehen : by Slnsleton I: by Mock I. Hit aff lllngleton I In I l- Innings; off Mock I In 4 1-1 rnnlng. Umpire: Mo-Fad ea. TROT WINS OFINII UNION SPRINGS, ALA, July U A near capacity crowd witnessed the open ing- same of the second nan 01 ine uok Amateur League race here this afternoon when Manas-er J. K. Hamll's Trojans nf ttot. hammered their way to a an C wlctorr. With a five-run cluster In the seventh Inning, the visitors sewed up the con tent but the lane outpouring 01 enuiuai 1 astlc fans were treated to a stirring comebacjc on the part of the first half chamDlons when Qhowon. uiira samrr, rifled one of Mitchell's curves over the ilm center field fence to score two mtlM ahead of him. Home runs paved the way for Troy's victor, with Elmore, uiaascoci, am Walker connecting for round tripperi. The last two innings of the game were witnessed by Stuart X. Stephenson, n resident of the Dixie Amateur League, who stopped over en route to Montgomery from Eufaula where he participated in the dedication game tnere wis aner noon. innY TJKtOW SPRINGS ABH.PO.A. ABHPOA. Head ib-D 4 11 SIKIrk Wlker lb i Glcock cf 4 Elmore rf I Bealrd a 6 tavi c 4 M'Clogh If 4 O'Brien 2b 4 Morton p t Kent p I Rvbolds p 0 Bawke Sb 1 11 1 1 40 II M tat Total Xaley Troy Union Springs . Tn ummry It) Ohlstn J (Million rf 0Wldrop If 1, Smith of OfVinson a IjBalley lb ljKllls p 0Mltrhll p OlDuk a 01 Of l 1 Total ..... Old 00 Run: Head II t IT IS 010 (00 ! 110 111 I J. Walker, fllasscock I. Elmore, Bealrd. Rent. naier J. Kirk, Gholston, Hixon, Vinson. Error: svn.t... v.nt Walrlron. Vinaon. Bailey, Two baae hlt: Smith. Horn run: El-mr. rilassrock. Walker. Gholeton. Stolen nimlr Vinaon. Left on bases T- - a rinion surtnira 11. Baae on balls: off Morton I: off Kent : off Head 1; off vin. 1. ef Mitchell 1. Hit: off Morton 1 la t-l: off Kent I In 1 off Bills a 1- I t ee Mitchell 4 In 1 1-1. StrucK out: by Morton I; by Kent 4; by Reynold 1- by Kill 1: by Mitchell 1. Hit by pltclt-h Head (Vinson. Bailey). Wlnnlns nltcher: Morton. Loslns pitcher Time of same: 1:41. Umpires Of letree. Ellis. Hovater and GRANT AND SIMPSON WIN BEFORE RAIN HALTS PLAY ATLANTA, OA, July 11. Kaln today forced a postponement of third round matches In the Southern tennis singles championships but not until Bryan orant. seeded No. 1. and Jack Simp son, both of Atlanta, had won their way Into the fourth round. Orant. who won his fourth Southern championship back In 1930, brusnea aside C. R. Ault, of Birmingham, in straight sets. The scores were 6-0, -l . Simpson defeated Pierre Howard. Decatur, 8-1, 6-2. Tomorrow Grant and Simpson meet In one of the upper bracket engagements. il o M THI OTHXH side of the Chattahoochee m Georgia yesterday afternoon the folks wondered what all the booming was about m Alabama. The cheering boomed oner the bluff again because baseball had returned to Kufaaua. There was a great crowd at Comer Field to wttch the new Eufaula team make its debut in the Dune Amateur League. The fans were enthusiastic And I kamed authoritatively that once the folks in Eulaula starved something they would see It through or bust. This means the Eufaula team will be well backed all season, a guarantee very much like the one that carried Troy, Union Sprknga, Dothan, Abbeville and Montgomery through the first half of the pennant race. Maay of tsut great Httie towns tn Alabama will be ea my aert eotne ef thra days far writing piece about the ether fellow, bat it a fart tkat the aner I see W Alabam a thriving eommauiiUee the better they get. EUFAULA FANS CHEER M'DOWELL former Lieut.-Gov. Charlie McDowell made a splendid address before the opening of the Euf aula-Montgomery game yesterday alternoon. He is a baseball fan. He wants Eufaula to keep behind it new team all the way and he pledged his support to the project in a big way. There la no longer a depression." he said. "It has gone and in its place v... mr.m the fine muni men to reoreaent Eufaula in the grand game of baseball. Certainly we are going to win. Our team will be in there all the way and this fine trophy that the league president is holding there is coming to Eufaula to stay " The crew, eheerea Uncle ChArtec." I feel I eaa eal aim CbcJs Charlie" beraaae he declared to that floe aaaemblage wf baseball fans that Eufaula was an Advertiser towa. And Grandma's yeang spouts call her friends Tnele." ARNETTE TO GIVE EUFAULA GOOD TEAM Mack Arnette is to be congratulated for assembling his forces In such short order for the start of the second half of the Dixie Amateur League race. Mack will manage the team and play shortstop. With him on the infield the Eufaula defense hardly will fall apart. Mack is energetic and dependable. The new manager has been supported to the hilt by President Gorman Houston and the other members of the club's directorate as weU as the fans. It will be a few days before he can steady hi club and get the team going at full speed, but the Eufaula club will be to the pennant scrap. The Comer Mills band added eonslderaM te the opening game. This fine group nf nuekians reflect the apirit ef that great organisation ha a big way. . RESTRICTION LIFTED ON UNION SPRINGS Wnlon Springs officials yesterday were given permission to haul down the red flags marking the boundary line between two base hits and home runs. Official measurement of the park discloses that from home plate to the base of the left field fence is S65 feet and from home plate to the base of the right field fence la approximately J80 feet. Rule One of the official baseball code specifies that the shortest distance from a fence or stand on fair territory to the home plate should be 335 feet to obviate the Decesstty of ground rules. Construction of a wire barrier, approximately six feet above the fence, puts a premium on homers In the park, and Union Springs officials consented to keep this wire fence. Requests from other clubs In the League to create a ground ruling on balls over the right and left field fence was granted by the Union Spring officials, but this restriction cannot be placed on the club since the park's measurements are well above the distances specified m the Official Playing Rules of Baseball CHICAGO BUNCHES HITSTOBOVLOVER WASHINGTON, 9-3 Chisox Rifle Nat Hurlers In First And Third To Cut Lead Of Pace-Setters To Two Games MACKS CHECK TRIBE, 6-4; RED SOX BEAT TIGERS, 2-1 WASHINGTON, July 11 AP FalltntT to find their vaunid batting purxb for tht second tinie In u mmr d&ya, th Senator, ctrat-glod impotent tjr today to avart a 1 to I defeat tr th Chiogo Whit Sox, a Iom which ahead thotr lead over th apparently rejuvenated New 7 or k Yankeea to only two gama. Th White So bunched their hits lr two bi( Inn in. la tha firat a triple by BwansoB and sinniea by Haaa, Kress, and Simmons, topped off by a sacrifice fly by lyka. gave Chicago a three run toad. Again In th third stanra, th visitors UtMfd a run feat. Singles by Kreaa snd Appling and a walk to Dykes filled the base. Hayes lined to Harris and Kress scored after the catch. Berry singled, scoring Appling. Miller greeted Russell, who relieved Crowder, with a single to fill th bases once more. Swaneun singled for his third hit, scoring Dykes and Berry, after which Uui popped one to center to bring Mill'-'. CHICAGO AB H PO A. Swnsoti rf 4 Haas cf 4 Krese lb t Sim mm If 4 Applng as t Dykes 3b 4 4 5 2 11 f WASHIGTO AB H PO.A Hayes Berry Miller 2b Powell Beaten By Williams, 3-2, In First-Round Upset In Tourney IBIuese ib exanush If ei Harris rf ICronln ss iSrhulte cf liBowen lb 1 Kuhel lk liBers e 4 8:well C Cro d r p Russell p Weaver p Kerr s Goslln as 1 II Totals 41 It -'7 10 Totals It I 27 II s batted for Kussell lit Ith KB Hatted for Weaver In Jth riilraso I0S 006 Sit t Washington Ovl 024 Otto I SI'MMARY Runs: Swanson J, Haaa. Kress I. Appling-. Dykes. Berry. Miller. Sewell. Bluese, Kerr. Error Boken. Runs batted in: Hsss 1. Simmons 1, Dykes, Hsyes. Beery Swanson 1. Harris I, Cruiwn. Two base hits Swanson. Three baas hits, Swanson, Sewell, Goslln. Sacrifices, Swan-son, Haa. Bass on balls Miller 2; Crowder 1; Weaver 1. Struck out CVowder 1; Wearer 1. Hits Crowder I In 1 l-l; Russell I In 1 1-1; Weaver I In 4. YANKo WIN CLOSE ONE NEW YORK, July 11 (API The Tsn-kees sot off to an early lead asalnst Wally Hebert today and defeated the St. Browns I to 4 in the series opener despite the fine relief pltchlnj of Hank McDonald. McDonald save only one hit in I 1-1 lnnlns, but that was Tony I.ssserl's 11th homer of the season and the wlnnlns blow as Danny MacFayden was driven to rover in the eighth and Lefty Gomes barely held the marsln. Dlale Walker also hit a homer while Bruce Campbell socked his ltth for the Browns with ons on in the third and drove in another run with a ainsle In the ninth. BT LOI'IH JVEvV YORK AB H PO A. AB H PO.A Schera ss 4 0 1 llWalkr cf I 1 1 1 OiSewel lb 4 1 1 OlRuth rf I OiByrd rf I West cf I Reynlds If 4 t'mpbll rf I Burns lb 4 Stortl lb Levey ss Melllo 2b Shea c Garms x Gulllc II Gray p Hehert p McDnld p Crouch c GehrlK lb 4 Chpmn If 4 Lasserl 3b 4 Joraen e I Farrell as I 0'iMcFydn p I 6 Gomes p 1 Si oi o LOCALS PLAY FIRS! H0ME0F21ID HDD DIXIE AMATEUR LEAGUE (Teeterelay's KeaaJle) MOXTGOMEK1 is Eataule 4. Trey $; 1 akoa avrlaurs S. leathaa fcarauia Trey MUXTGOMEBY I aleat print's -AetwvUl W. I Pet 1 1 4 1 1 4 1 1 M 1 M 1 M t 1 .sea (Today's Ached lei Iniea eiprlnss at HO.MOOltll (a!-hll. Troy at lotban. Abbeville M Luteal. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION t Yesterday 's KeawHs) Atlanta II; fc.eei.llle S. Srw Orleans 4; rMrsaina-hajB 4. Memuhte S; rhettaaaoca 1. I.rttle Kw 11-4; shUle eWubeehrsMter 1 . Haoivllle .Neebvllie .. Utile alork . Measuhls blnnlnahasn New Orieetaa Atlanta (nattaaeeca . It (nlfbt W. L. Prt 4 t I Ml 1 1 SM i i .sua is a 1 4t t 49 i It .14 (Today's Schedule) Memphis at Chattanooga. Mew Orleans at Birmingham. NaahrlUe at Kaoirllle. AMERICAN LEAGUE (Yeeterday's tWanlts) Chirac ; Haahlnston I. Philadelphia : Cleveland 4. New York 1; HI. Lont 4. Boston t; Detroit 1. Waahinstoai New lark .. Philadelphia, rhlras-e Detroit Cleveland . . . Boston St. Loels . . W. L. As t7 4 I 4 as 4 41 SS 44 11 4A II St Pet 4 ft int . 400 .4 .48 4tl .181 (Today's Krbedale) Drtrorl at Boetea. St. trials at New York. Cleveland at Philadelphia, Chlcas at Washlas'toa. Giants' Defense Shatters To Aid Cards Chalk Up Conquest By 2-1 BT. LOUIS. .TBly 11 AP The & Tork Giant reached a clinsaj in their kiaauuna oi poet fieMlng tcf sx... the CaMiivaia took advantage of this weakness te defeat the league leader 1 te 1 d draw up 1 1-1 games behind first pUc. Tha Giants mad four of their fie ru-playe in a row is the seven th ton tog to give the Cards both their runs without a hit. Roy (Bod, pitcned a great gam, giving eay au kiu in a etruggi with Diasy De&n. and deeerred a victory, Travis Jackeoa, who haa been pisyic shortstop for New Tork ium- Blond) K an suffered a spuk wound, again was the "goat" for noft of the poor fielding Hampered by aa Injured and swollen anee h made one boot m the first Inning and started the atreah oi four with ano.oex ie the seventh. Jack f am bird Brmie Great lis grounder to start the npree and the runner reach! first. Jimmy Wilson bunted and Panne lee threw wild to second. Fat Crawford bat'ed for Leo Durecher and rolled a grounder down past first. This time Manager BlU Terry fumbled. Orsatti scored, and Wtletn ran to third. Xfaa missed en attempt to boot and when Catcher Gua Maneueo made a low throw to third trying to pick Wilson off. the ball got Pt Verges and Vt'U son tallied. NEW YORK ST COll" AB H.fO. A. AB H PO.A Moor cf I 1 1 Martin tb I 1 1 Watkn rf I Km. h 2b 4 fiColIina lb 1 Medwlck If 4 2 Ornatti cf 4 2iWHon c 4 HDurchr an 1 Crawfrd 1 jHlade sa 1 iOean p S C-t ee!t o 2 iocs.' .1.4 Sa. hits in seven frames, the tha Brooklyn DoCrere I i extended their winniig gtrrak straight gajrtee. bkOokUN CHICAGO AB H PO i AB ri PO A Btnpp lb 4 Kdrick d 4 Htchea rf Wilson If 4 Leslie lb 1 Cucinlo Jfe 4 Lopes e I Outen x 1 Jordan sa I Boyle zx 1 Carroll p I Thrsta p Judge in 1 S 14 I 4 t Koenig -B 4 W Htfca Ic 1 M-eoif F Hma rf 4 Demare i f 4 X Harm el c S 1 Grimm 1b i Jurf ee ss 1 Root p 4 t Tolali IS T 1? -2 Cms Zb Terry lb ott rf O'Poal If Verges Ib Jacken ss Manreo c Prnilee p James x IT NATIONAL LEAGUE Yeetrdays Results) Philadelphia t; Cincinnati 1 nlnea). Chiracs ; Brooklyn I. Boston S; Ptttsbarch S. Kt. Lent t; New York 1. (11 lB- W. U Prt. New York 44 It S7 St. Louis 41 SS .S44 (hlca.o 44 IS 81 Plttahorsh 41 . Boston 41 IS SI I Brooklyn VI 41 41 Philadelphia II 45 4tS Cincinnati S4 47 .420 (Today's Schedule) Boston at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chlcaio. New York at fct. Loula. The biggest upset In local jolf history' developed in the Second Annual tournament at Elsmeade yesterday when young J. D. Williams defeated Bob Powell, run-nerup In tHe 1931 City championship, by S and J. Other first flight matches ran fairly true to form to the first round. The results, second round pairings and consolation pairings in all flights follow: rb-st riifht Jack Witherall defeated Hunter Vaughan, Jr, 3 and J; Neal Collins defeated W. B. Kessler, 3 and 2; W. H. LeOrand, Jr., defeated Owen Brewer, 3 and 2; Woodrow Weaver defeated Thomas Broadway, 2 and 2; Julian Kohn defeated Bam Durden, one up; J. D. Williams defeated Bob Powell, 3 and 2. First flight Pairings Witherall vs. Collins; LeGrand vs. Weaver; Kohn vs. Williams; Morrow vs. winner Baker-Cromwell match. Consolation: Vaughan vs. Kessler; Brewer vs. Broadway; Durden vs. Powell; Pugh vs. loser of Baker-Cromwell match. Second Flight Dr. X. W. Moncrief defeated M. T. Smith 4 and 2; Maj. Prichard defeated C. F. Finnegan, one up (18 holes) ; James Wilson defeated A. R. Rast 3 and 2; H. P. Ffaser defeated D. O. Scott, 2 and 1; Mai. Hume Peabody defeated C. W. Martin one up; Travis Howell defeated Lt. Thomas, 6 and 4; W. B. Ott, Jr., defeated Conrad Gardner, 3 and 1. Second Flight Pairings Dr. Moncrief vs. winner Stephenson-Hendrix match; Maj. Prichard vs. Wilson; Fraser vs. Peabody; Howell vs. Ott; Consolation: Smith vs. loser of 8te-phenson-Hendrlx match; Finnegan vs. Rast; Scott vs. Martin; Lt. Thomas vs. Gardner. Third Flight B. P. Livingston defeated J. M. Chuck-now, 7 and 6; C. C. White won by de fault over G. B. Buchanan; 8. A. Peterson defeated J. G. Amason, one up. Ray Smith defeated Jack Stone one up; O. P. Watson defeated F. P. Jeffrey, 4 and 3; Bill Thomas defeated Bill Mahoney, 6 and 4; E. L. Haney defeated H. L. PRACTICE In Any Weather r day or night! on the GOLF DRIVING RAWE Fairview Avenue A good way to learn to drive and use an iron club. A good way to improve your golf game, if you're in a slump CLUBS FEEE 30 SHOTS FOB 25c Under New Manaoamant Arthur (Putti) Mauldin Graves, 7 and 8; W. H. LeGrand, Sr, defeated L. D. Stephens, 2 and 1. Pairings: Livingston vs. White; Peter son vs. Smith; Watson vs. inomu; m-ney vs. LeGrand. Consolations: Chucknow vs. uucnanan; Amason vs. Stone; Jeffrey vs. Mahoney; Graves vs. Stephens. Fourth Flight B. F. Morgan defeated Willis Powers, 8 and 7; O, H. Sellers defeated Paul LeGrand, 5 and 4; H. L. Smith defeated W. B. Griffin. 5 and 3; A. J. Harris, Jr., defeated George Estey, one up. Pairings: Morgan vs. Sellers; Bmith vs. Harris. Consolation: Powers vs. Griffin; LeGrand vs Estey. Women's Flight Mrs. Thornton Clark defeated Mrs. H. Peabody, 4 and 3; Mrs. C. Thomas defeated Mrs. Zeda Wright, 4 and 3; Mrs. A. D. Elsberry defeated Mrs. E. F. Morgan, 5 and 4; Mrs. M. D. Asp defeated Miss Ruby Stanaland, 8 and 7. Pairings: Mrs. Clark vs. Mrs. Thomas; Mrs. Elsberry vs. Mrs. Asp. Consolation: Mrs Peabody vs. Mrs. Wright; Mrs. Morgan vs. Miss Stanaland. YANKEES RECALL DEVENS, RETURN B REN NAN TO BEARS NEW YORK. Julv 1 1 P) Charley Devens, youthful right hander who learned his pitching at Harvard, was recalled by the New York Yankees fiom their international League farm at Newark today. At the same time, the world champions returned Don Brennan to the Bears. Brennan won 26 games and lost 8 for Newark last year but bogged down after an excellent start with the Yankees this season. He has been used in relief roles mostly during recent weeks. YOUNGSTER BLAZES TRAIL VANCOUVER, July 11. P) Bobby Relth, 18-year-old Winnipeg youngster, the medalist, moved into the second round of the Canadian amateur golf championship with a smashing 11 and 9 victory over Stew Vickers of Calgary, today. Totals S 11 14 S Totals 14 10 17 14 x Batted for Shea In 8th XX Batted lor Garms In 8th flt. Louis 003 000 001 4 New York 101 110 OOx 4 SUMMARY: Runs West, Reynolds. Camp bell, Hebert, Walker. Sewell, Gehris, Leaser!, MacFayden. Runs batted In Walker, Chapman. West, Csmpbell I. Lanerl I. Gehrig. Two base hits Hebert, Gehrig. Heme rune Walker. Campbell. Lazseri. Double plays MacFayden, Farrell and Gehrig: Farrell. Lalserl and Gehrig. Base on balls off Hebert 3. MacFayden 3, uomes 1. Struck out by Hebert 1, MacFayden 1. McDonald 3, Gomes 2. Gray 1. Hits otf Hebert 8 in 2-1 Innings: McDonald 1 In 3 1-3; Gray, 1 In 1 : MacFayden 1J In 7 1-3: Gomes 1 In 1 13. Hit by pitcher by MacFayden, (Campbelll. Winning pitcher MacFayden. Losing pitcher Hebert. A' TPSET INDIANS PHILADELPHIA, July 11 (AP) Scoring three runs In the first Inning, the Athletics went on to win 4 to 4 today In the opening contest of a four game series with th. Cleveland Indians. Roy Mahaffey went the distance for the Athletics and while he Issued seven parses he managed to keep the Indians' nine hits well scattered. Jimmy Foxx and Bishop rot six o' the A's ten hits. CLEVELAND PHILADELPHIA ABHPOA. ABHPOA 3 2 OiBlshop lb I I I 1 10 ZiCramer cf 4 I 3 OlCochrne c I 2 OlFoix lb 4 I l!Colemn rf 3 4 2 Miller rf 4 Porter rf 4 Boss lb I Averlll cf I Vosmlk If t Hale lb 4 Kamm lb 2 Spencr c 1 Myatt e 1 Clssell a I Gnltsr x 1 Kkbker ss 0 Brown p 3 Conally p 0 Pytlak xx 1 Bean p Hlggns 3b 4 Willms ss I Mahafey p I Totals 34 I 34 17 Totsls 10 10 2? X Batted for Clssell In Itb xx Batted for Connally In 8th Cleveland 001 010 0204 Philadelphia 300 020 lOx SUMMARY Runs: Porter, Boss, Kamm, Myatt, Bishop 2, Cochane 2. Foxx, Cole man. Errors: Clssell, Williams. Runs batted in: Averlll I, Pytlsk 2. Poix 3. Hlgglm 2, Coleman. Two base hit Bishop. Stolen base Cochrane. Sacrifices Spencer. Cramer, Mabaffey. Double plays Hale, Clssell to BosT; Boss. Knickerbocker to Hale. Base on balls off Brown 4, Connelly 1, Bean 1 Mahsffey 7. Struck out by Brown 1. Hits off Brown 8 tn t 1-1 Innings: Connaily 1 In 1 2-1; Bean 1 ha 1. Losing pitcher Brown. BED SOX WIN DCF.L BOSTON, July 11 (AP) The Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers pitchers hooked BP In an old-fashioned pitching duel to-dsy with Bob Wetland of the Sox gaining a 2 to 1 deolsioa over Vlo Frasier of the Tiger. Frssier allowed but five hits. Including two doubles, while Weiland waa knicked POETS, JUNIORS WIN KITTEN BALL TILTS The Lanier Poets and the Miller Juniors were victorious last night in the "Y" Kitten Ball League. The Poets conquered the Empire Laundry, ( to 4, and the Juniors defeated Rubin's Shoemen, 10 to 3. Score by Innings: Lanier 000 33 Empire 000 22 4 White and Kilgrow; Mustin, Coker and Bealrd. Rubin's 100 20 3 Millers 801 3 10 Johnson and Ridolphl; R. Lamar and Brown. HOME RUN STANDINGS Home Rons Campbell, Browns . Lzerl. Yankees . . Walker, Yankees . Yesterday The Leaders. Athletics 24 22 Foxx, Ruth, Yankees Gehrig, Yankees Klein, Phillies . Berger, Braves National . American Total .. League Totals 17 17 16 .253 .350 ..603 O. AB. R. H. Pet Simmons. W. Sox ..80 335 60 125 .373 Foxx, Athletics 77 287 74 106 .369 Klein, Phillies 78 319 53 117 .367 Cronin, Senators ....78 313 55 114 .364 Davis, Phillies 72 258 29 92 .357 Fullis, Phillies 78 345 54 119 .345 for six blows Including a triple and double both by Fox. Boston won the game in the fourth Inning when Bill Walters, recruit third baseman from the West coast, walked snd scored on Cooke's double. Cooke took third en the throw home and crossed the plate on Jolley s infield out to Greenberg. DETROIT BOSTON AB.H.PO.A. AB.H.PO.A. Fox cf Schble 3b Gehrgr 2b Stone rf Wslkr If Grenbg lb Rogell se Haywth c Frasier p 1 II 0 1 2 0 0Warstlr as 4 0! Walters 3b 3 I Cook cf 4 01 Jolley If 0 Oliver cf Oijohnsn rf ?ISeeds lb VMuller 2b l;Gooch c Wellnd p 0 10 1 3 0 4 0 Totals 10 4 24 t Totals 27 I 27 12 Detroit 000 001 (100 1 Boston 000 200 OOx 2 SUMMARY Runs: Fox, Walters, Cooke. Errors: Schuble. Runs batted In. Stone, Cooke. Jolley. Two base hit Fox, Cooke, Jolley. Three base hits Fox. Stolen bases Muller. Sacrifices Weiland 2. Double plays Warstler to Muller to Seeds; Jolley Muller. Base on balls off Frssier 2; Wetl and I. Struck out by Frssier 3; Wei land I. Totals 14 10 24 I Totsls II x Bstted for Psrmelee in Ith s Batted for Durocber In 7th New York 0O0 001 Ml 1 St. Louis 000 000 20x I SUMMARY Runs. Manruso. Orsatti, Wilson. Errors: Tsrry, Jackson 1, Mancuen, Psrmelee. Run bstted tn: Moor. Two base hit: Durocber. Double play: Jackson to Terry; Manruso to Crlts. Base on balls off Parmelee I, Dean 4 Struck out by Parme-lee 1. Dean 7. Hit by pitcher by Parmelee. (Collins) . PHILS WIN IN 11TH FBAMB CINCINNATI. July 11 (AP) Ths Cln -ciimsU Reds slid back Into the National League cellar today when Hurst tripled in the eleventh to bresk up a pitching duel and give the Phillies a I to 1 vie- tory. The Philllee first baseman tallied the wlnnlns run as Schulmerich filed out. PHILADELPHIA AB.H.PO.A. CINCINNATI AB.H.PO.A. Fullis cf 4 Bar lei as 4 Hurst lb I Klein rf I Schulch If I Davis c 4 Warner 2b 4 Knthe 2b 2 McCrdy x 1 McLod Ib Hansen p 4 1 I I I 14 1 4 41 Adams Ib i lGrnthm Ib I I Horny 2b 1 iHsfey cf 4 IILombrdl e 4 01 Moore If I URoetger rf I llBttnily lb 4 IBIuege ss I ljjohnsn p 4 II 4 11 1 1 Totsls II I : 14 Totals 14 I 31 12 x Batted for Knothe In 10th Philadelphia.. .. 00 001 000 01 Cincinnati 000 001 000 04 1 SUMMARY Runs: Klein, nursi, wm- bsidi. Errors Bluege. Runs batted In Hurst, Schulmerlch. Moore. Two bsse bits, Klein, Adams, Lombardl. Three baae hits Murst Stolen base. Hafey. Sacrifices Bartell, Grantham, Moore. Roettger. Double plays: Knothe. Warner and Hurst; Bartell. Warner snd Hurst; Moors and Lombardl. Bsse on balls off Hsnsen I, Johnson I. Struck out by Hansen 2; Johnson 1. POl'BTH FOB BRAVES PITTSBURGH, July 11 .() Behind old Tom Zachary's tight hurling, the Boston Braves today won their fourth strsignt game, trouncing ine i-ittsourgn r,ri, - Zachary held the Buccaneer to eight well-scattered nils ami naa rnwm , until the sixth inning when Swift s single, Paul Waner's double snd Traynor s single accounted for two tallies. BOSTON PITTSBURGH AB.H.PO.A. ABH. PA Ubnskl ss 4 Jordan lb 4 Berger cf 4 R More rf I Whltny Ib 4 Lee If I Spohrer e 4 Mrnvile 2b 8 Zachary p 4 llL.Wanr If 4 OiLndstrm cf 4 0P.Wanr rf 4 OjTraynor 3b 4 ZjVaughan ss 4 O'Suhr lb 4 UPeit 2b I lPclnich c I lSwetonic p 1 Swift p 1 Cmrsky x 1 1 II I I Hoyt p 13 I 27 14 Totals 31 17 l Totals x Batted for Swift in llh. Boston 101 00 1201 Pittsburgh 000 F02 010 The summsry: Runs: Jordan 2. "t. Moore. Spohrer, Zachary, P. Waner. Swift, Cam-orosky. Error: Spohrer. Runs hatted In: R. Moore 2. Jordan, Zachary. Traynor 2, Whitney, P. Waner. Two base hits: P. Waner, Jordan. Three base hits: .Torlnn. R. Moore. Stolen banes: Spohrer. Maranvllle. Sacrifices: IJrhanskl. Berger. Double plays: Spohrer and Urbanskl; Whitney, Varan-ville and Jordan. Base on halls: off Swe-tonlc 3; off Zachary 1. Stru-k out: by Zacharv 1: by Swift 1; by Hoyt 1. Hits: off Swetonlc B In 4 Innings; off Swift I in 4 innings; off Hoyt 1 in 1. Losing pitcher: Swetonlc. CrB DISPLAY BIO PUNCH CHICAGO. July 11. () Scoring all their runs In a wild eighth Lnning outburst after Owen Carroll had held them to three BARRY WOOD WINS BR00KUNE MATCH BROOKLTNE. MASS., July 11. W) The highly geared competitive brain that carried Barry Wood, recent Harvard super-star, to all-America football fame in 1931, today swept him into the quarter-final round of the 41st Long-wood Bowl tennis tournament. Barry has not played much tournament tennis since he went to the 1930 bowls finals with Clifford 8utter. Although he has always been a great competitor, famous for the last-minute forward passes that turned seeming Harvard defeats into victory, he was given but little consideration when he stepped on the court to battle Henry Cullen, of Santa Barbara, whose current tennis form was duly recognised when he was given sixth place of the seeding list of eight. Wood waged a game battle at the start but his stroking sense was Just erratic enough to give the Callfornlan youngster the opening set at 8-3. Once In the ruck, Wood's competitive spirit came to his rescue. He kept Culley running behind the baselines as he gained his 6-2 second set, to even the match, and then blasted him out of the tournament with a sparkling array of drop shots that he built urion Into a (-3 vic- I tory for the deciding set. tti- 24 12 Totals l Hatied for Lps .n 'c xx Batted for Jorosn la ;.t xxx Batted for Tnurston :a '-h. Rrooklva l' "C" The summary: Runs Lealie 2. rioer, . W. Herman. Demaree. Grimm. Errjrs L-lie. Thurston Runs bailed n: Cuc-melc Boyle Moaolf 1 F Herman. Jurges Ie-maree Two baae hits: Cuiclnsllo. Hi ) is. Tore' baae hits: Moeolf. P. Mermen sacrifice: Mosoil. Hsrtnett. Jut, pa Di'Ut.l pley Jurges to W. Herman to Grimm Bases on balls off Carroll I. Strjk out bjy Carroll 2; by Root I Hits otf Carroll 7 In 7 tnnmgs I none out la fcthl; Thurs ton I in 1. Hit by pitcher by Ro eson. Lealie II. by Carroll Losing pitcher. Carroll. Hut lW. Herman; PELS VHITEWASH BI1IHGHI, 8-0 Morgan Aids New Orleans In Series Final; Crax Rout Smokies, 13 To 5 BIRMINGHAM. ALA., July 11. ( New Orleans, with Eddie Morgan at first base lashed eut In a batting -pree today to win the final game of the eerie from Birmingham, I to e. Three double plays helped Johnson eut of some tight holes while th Pel bunched hit off Hushes and White. NEW ORLEANS BIRMINGHAM AB.H.PO.A. ABHPOA. E Mors lb I I I llBnerft Ib 4 1 2 I Ou liber cf 4 Morgn lb t Rose If I Fining rf 4 Autry e 4 Berger Ib 4 Knothe se 4 Johson p I 1 I 1 1 I 1 OiBraly cf Wllett Ib 'Abthy lb Ot-Wntrub rf UWels K HBerree IjKane s 4!Hughes p Atwood X White p I I 1 1 I 12 1 1 I 27 II Totals 40 14 17 HI Totals 12 x Batted for Hughes In 7th. New Orlean 020 02(1 004-1 Birmingham 000 000 OOO-O The summary: Runs: E. Moore I. Oull-liher. Rose 1. Berger, Johnson 2. Errors: Wlllett, Welntraub 2. Runs batted in: Morgan 8 Roes 2. Oullliber, Fleming. Knothe. Two baae hits: Knothe, Morgan, Rose. Home runs: Rose. Sacrifice: Johnson. Double plays: Autry to Knoths to Autry; Knothe to Berger to Morgan; Merger to Morgan. Base on bells: off Johnson 2. Struck out: by Johnson 4; by Hughes 1: by White 1. Nine hits and four runs off Hughes In 7 Innings. Losing pitcher: Hughe. SMOKIES ARE HCMBLF.D KNOXVILLB. July 11 JPl Pounding three Knoxvllle pitcher for II hits nd taking advantage of five errors, the Atlanta Crackers defeated the Smokies 11 to I today to take the series two to one. ATLANTA KNOXVILLE AB.H.PO.A. AB.H.PO.A. Chthm ee i Susko lb I Bonwts cf 4 MrKee rf I Rolngs Ib 4 Slngton If 4 Phillips e s Dashel lb 4 Aube P 4 IjHorne a 4 HFrench rf I 0 Alngln ef I SIHippa lb 4 OjHolt If 4 llHead e 1 OiChvnko Ib I liBrandes 2b 4 0Hulvey p 1 Rnbb p 1 Blethen a 1 Green p 1 Rea SB 1 Totals 41 i I 17 7 Total II II 17 1 s Hit for Rabb In 6th. , sx Hit for Oreen kn 6th. Atlanta " J Wl-ll Knoxvllle " " . (" ' The summary: Runs: Chatham I, Susko 1. Bonowlt 1. McKee i. Rolllnga. slngton, Phillips, Alllngton, Hipp. Holt, .lead 2. Errors: Head, Chervlnko, Brantles I. Runs batted In: Susko. Bonowits. Rollings, Meek 4 Phll'ips. Chatham. Chervlnko 2, Hulvey, Blthen 2. Two base hits: Chatham 2, Suske 2. Bonowits. Alllngton. Blethen, French. Three base hits: Chatham. Sacrifices: Bon-owltx. Double plays: Slngton to Dashlell: Brandea to Hipps. Base on balls: off Aube . Struck out: by Hulvey I; by Aube 6: by Green 1. Hits off Hulvey 6 In 2 Innings and 6 runs: off Rabb 4 in I innings and I runs: off Green 4 In 4 Innings and 1 runs. Hit by pitcher: by Rabb (Rollings). Losing pitcher: Hulvey. LOOKOUTS LOSE AGAIN" CHATTANOOGA. TENN., July 11. W The Lookouts lost their third game in succession to Memphis here today I to 1. Billy Bayne, ex-Lookout held his former mates to seven scattered hit to best Phil Hensick who was aided by three timely double plays but was charged with two of the rune on account of one of Travis's errors. MEMPHIS CHATTANOOGA ABH.PO.A. AB.H.PO.A. Chioia 2b Hamel cf Reese lb Lelber If Braxlll rf Chpmn sa Cueto c Clbrth 3b Bayne p 1 0 0 2 1 12 1 2 2 8 0 0 2 7 1 1 0 0 3 1 Moore cf 4 ojTravis Sb 4 OlMlhallr 2b 4 OlWaddey If 4 OIKIumTip c 4 SlOill rf I OIKingdn ss 4 OMonhsn lb 8 llHensick p I Links x 1 Totsls J4 I 27 10 Totals 34 T 17 11 x Batted for Hensick n sth. Memphis 00" 200 1(10 I Chattanooga 00(1 000 100 I The eummary: Runs Lelber, Brasilia Culbreath, GUI, Errors: Travis, Henslrk. Runs batted In: Cueto 2, Hamel, Kingdom Two base hits: Braxlll 2. Reese, Lelher. Three base hits: Gill. Stolen bBses: Chiox-sa. Double plays: Mihalic to Klngdon to Monahan; Travis to Mlhalle to Mona-han; Kingdon to Monahan. Base in balls: off Bayne 2; off Hensick 4. Struck out: by Bayne 7: by Hensick 2. Hit by piteh-er: by Hensick (Chlossa). GREY SOX WIN AGAIN TUSKEOEE, ALA., July 11. The Montgomery Grey Sox of the Negro Southern League defeated Little Rock, In the final game of their series here this afternoon, 10 to 5. The Grey Sox are scheduled to play New Orleans Friday night at Cramton Bowl. JOE I P A L 0 0 K A i f WELL.m'OLD HOME vajwt c r-jr? im a. 43DCTAL r-CSTNaa 1 ' i WMXiORS NEKTS OVER TH' IDEE OF IT il AT- S"U r-V" I EXHlBTnOKl. TM ANXIOUS TTTGHT PER TIE CHAMPEEN5HIP BECUZ. TECajKCKEB IfcA CHAMPEEN THE SOONER 1WN MARWV MSS HOWE 1 WISWT SHE'D HURRY UP BACK r FROM VRRUPr 7 LIKES BEIN' HIGH TONED WTW A BUTLER AN' AU. j r-VA nf. our- u evERTHOTTME WCsJLD BE SOCIAL. Y7 n lt THE HOWES NOW. I 0 S-WHV DON'T DINT WAWTA DISTURB GECiOUSEARS J I 17 BUTLER I HIM. HIM AN' POP'S J (.tKini P4l-e (SI I t.Srtn art lo.LPt.lfJ 1 -.- II PMT5cj6jS h TVS, KNOBBY. Y ras r J AN" BESIDES t, US-, rST7m YZr WV4rw I "HEP MAFTA I LEAVE HIS I SUPPER X' T rr .rwrr. f l.' '. f

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