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TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA. Baseball THE SPORTING WORLD By JAMES M. DKISCOLL. FAGJB N1NK. Basketball DUNBAR TOWNSHIP WILL MEET COKERS AT HOME TONIGHT Large Crowd Espeeted at LeisenrJng Jfo. 1 Gym for Doable-Header Program. GIRLS BATTLE IN PRELIMINARY A double-header basketball attrac- ilon is on thti program tonight, at the iUoisonring No. 1 gymnasium where rhe boya and girle teams of the Con- neHevilto and Dunbar Township High Hchoole will participate in tho annual Considerable interest ifl manifest in I he contests and in view of the fact that the lassie* have been scheduled I'or th« preliminary Indications are rhat the crowl will tax the capacity of 1 he Red and Black court a« the follow- ors of the two institutions storm ttye building for admittance. Tho first game ie scheduled for 7.80 o'clock and the main attraction will so on Immediately at the clow oE the preliminary. On Friday evening, the boys clube will combat In the return engagement at th« Connellsvllle High School gym and another capacity crowd la expect s d inasmuch as many Orange and Black supporteta want to aee the Red «nd Black contingent that has been piling up tremendous margins In recording another v«ry «uoc««ful tampalgn. To date the qnlntet has won 14 out of 16 starts which te a t i d y record fi't T*«l 117*11 I City Title Will Hang in Balance On Monday Night The second gama of the Ke.igy Corner-Casey Club basketball seiies for the title of the city will be played Monday night at the State Armory. At that time tho Keags hope to clinch the honors by winning again, having taken the Initial contest bv a single point, 16-16. / The two cluba have been practicing regularly, a luck of workouts together having been the greatest difficulty with the woik of the Irish organisa- tion. The public interest In the series is still evident by the fact that mnny are wondering when the second on- countor Is to be played. THREE-CUSHION BILLIARD CHAMP HERE ON FRIDAY Sports Comment By JOHN H. A tall, y bln« bin g young man--in his late teens--quietly goes about his work at tha Dunbar Township High School. When it comes to talking, thte boy is out of the picture but wh«n it if football or basketball thla i young ohap ie very much in evidence · and in a big way. . Flirting around the aix-toot mark and always in the pink of physical condition (poaaibly that's why he had such pretty red cheeks) this ace athlete *t the Leieenring No. 1 institution who *iunr«ni to the cognomen of JoMph Tttll«y DM* hie physique to ex- c*llent advantage. This is Jofl«y'« final year in high i 64*001 and ns is going out with a fine rocord, OB« that ,'B the «ovy oi every · student in the institution. Despite the fact that h« IB regarded ae one ot the. best athlete in Fayette county, he never lags in his studies. Last fall, Joe played hto final campaign of football and there was no question in the minds of critics that ' he was the beat tackle in scholastic circles. He is winding up his basketball oareer l.i a manner that styles him as the outstanding eager in tho county--and that's taking in lots of territory for there are quite a few clever players It doesn't haro to be mentioned that he is the big scorer of tho Red and Black quintet. A bettor sport never donnnd an athletic uniform than Joeepli Tulley. A great player who gives his all in every minute of play he would sacrifice any crucial game for the sake of ftjtortsmanchlp Any Individual who h*8 played against him will attest to the fact that a better gentleman never gfac*d tho court* or the gridiron. Ills coaches have honored him by naming him acting captain in th« two activities. Tulley 1« a great player but that doesn't make him egotistical and cauee him to forget that it takes a team to win games. He ifl fully aware that a combination i» vital and prac- , tices this belief in which way he differs from many other stars who know that it takes teamwork to win but prefer to seek honor for themaelvw. Calm, cool and collected at all 'times, despite the fury of the fight, JIH? goes after the game. He ;;ave a great exhibition of hi» calmnM« at TJniontown Saturday afternoon when 11-- scored the loul nhooting championship. After throwing the ball 50 times, he had scored 39. A review of the records show««d that he was tied by Eugeno Staaffer of Scottdale The Mill Town boy was s«nt to the'frea zone to cast ihe sphere 10 times in the playoff. Gene caged seven and it waa felt that be had about clinched tho title for the delay in waiting for li« turn at the basket was believed to be working hardships on Tulley. Hut Joe controla hia nerves and without a word, tho rangy youth picked up the ba'l and walked to tho lino. He h;i«l to shoot at least eight to win. It w«£ a big test", of hia nervo control. The Urge crowd looked on, almost breathlessly, awaiting the letsult. Tliere waa complete silence as Jodey hi ought his arniM up, Hn kueea Ijtnded and the ball went skywaiti and iiopped through the net--a perfect r.1 ot Again, again and again the ^ I here fell ttuough tha basket The t i i l e eeerned nearer 13 the tovnship \onth And the fifth tlmo the process SV.IB attempt«Sd the ball hit tr« rim of the hoop, made a circle of it and then fell off. ^Five more Shots and " hp had to mako three to tie Stanffor'* r^-eord and four to best JU Jo kept kept his position. That over present bliieh (teepenec Tulley again shot a n d the ball went through the hoop Apaxn a perfect shot Ami again, tin- In,; the mark of Stauffor Tulley 'heaved anothoi timo and the t-hani- i pioosblp "was dincbod. He lia^i an-1 · Johnny Layton, world's three- cushion billard champion, will be si«n in a special exhibition which opens at the Paramount Billard room on Friday, March 14 at 4 and 9:30 P. M. it hae ju«t been announced Layton TS ill play a special match, then give a demonstration ot the diamond system, of which he is a recognized master Layton just retained hto world's crown In tbe- championship tourney which ended in Now York early 1 ist January. Layton finished flrst tn a field of eight, winning six out of the seven gameu. He clinched the title by defeating Otto Keiselt of Philadelphia in the final game. Layton made a txm- eational finish, scoring 28 points in his last 13 innings. · The present tltteholder Is one champion who never ran away from challengers. He has made one condition, which has stopped many of the title hopefuls, and that ie hto opponent must post a sizeable forfeit. Wl'lle Hoppe, hia most dangerous throe- cushion foe, challenged Layton at the close of the latit tourney but Lay ion ignored the defy at that time EUI he wanted a few weeks to nest. But Layton, was not long in replying. Hi* answer to Hoppe was tJiat he would play at any time, any place, on oonelltlon that Hoppe post a forfeit of $6,000 aud the match be plajed on a winner-take-all basis. Thus far there hae been no answer fronp Hoppe so Layton Just keeps on meeting all comers on his American tour. In Layton we have a champion, one who has proved during fiis long career that he is worthy of (he crown he now holds. And Lsytou'e record Is one which has been a credit to billiards. School Matron Killed. OWATONN'A, Minn., M*rch 11 -Mr*. M, Dwyer, matron at the state school for delinquent children, *as shot and killed by an unidentified assai'ant late last night. Guards tuts morning were guarding all roads. The wonwvn's husband is being sought. Lloyd )««rfr» HM Cold. LONDON, March 11.--Lloyd Cteor?e was obliged to go home last night, from the house of commons, Buffering from a heavy, cold. other try and this also waa perfect. What a marvelous exhibition of nerve control was the comment. Sta/ufier waa the first to leap over to TuDoy and congratulate him. They gave Joe a silver trophy--a 14-inch statue of a basketball player with outstretched arms heaving the ball. It took lots of coaxing to got him to show It because he can't understand what waa so great about t u e shooting of foule. He looked upon t le performance as a matter of fact. "Sv'e can cite scores of coaches who would like to have' about five varsity boys who can shoot 48 out of 60 fouls for an average of .800 per cent St. Louis Cardinals Begin Spring Training A group of tib* Spring tralnteg «qo*d of the St. Louis Cardinal!, f man* for, th« Card* look forward t« pictured at tbolr Mmp, Bzmdraton, Fla. Undw Gabby 3tr**t, I ««*ac i. Middle Atlantic Opening on May 10 At Scottdale Park The Courier today announces the official 1930 schedule of the Middle Atlantic League of which Scottdale, Wheeling, Charlerol, .feannette, Cumberland, Johnstown, Fairmont and Clarksburg are membnre. Play will begin on Friday afternoon, May 9, and the first half will expire on July 5 On the following day, July 6, tho second section of the schedule will get under way, terminating on lAbor Day--September 1, Action will commence at Athletic Park, Scottdale, on Saturday afternoon. May 10, with Johnstown providing the attraction. The Young Cardinals will have 65 games at home with 64 on foreign, soil. Wheeling plays at the Mill Town eght times, the first appearance being on May 23 Charlorol IB at Athletic Park for 10 games, the initial one being booked for May 13, There are nine frays with Joannett*, the first on May 28. Seven local* contests are on^the card with Johnstown, th«t first on May 10. Cumberland encounters the Cards in eight games here, the first time on Jun* 17. Clarksburg haa seven clashes on the local field, the first being on May 31. The complete program appears elsewhere on this page. RELEASE DRIVER OF DEATH MACHINE PENDING INQUEST UuVKKNTOWN, March 11 --dialml ng that his automobile had been sideswiped, causing the accident which resulted in the death of Matthew A. Piislla, 19, of Monessiin, at midnight Monday, Leonard Laatu of Monessen, put his ease so stronfly ,that he was released from custody by the State Highway Patrol, on his own recognizance for the coroner's Inquest. Laatu was arrested following the accident but was released Yesterday afternoon. Although Laatu claims that t,he accident resulted from a sideswipe, officers last night claimed that there wa* no evidence to prove that such was the case They claim that the automobile left the highway, came back on, turned turtle and rollod approximately 100 feet beforo coming to a stop. Herman Waxman, Mones0en, who was Injured in the accident was resting fairly in the hospital early this nvornlng. A game of interest to.the baseball fans has been arranged for June 2 at Plttshurg. It brlnps the World Champion Athletics ^thore to meet the Pirates. * * · Lou Gehrlg, Yankees flrst baseman, hit o home run in hie first trip at bat this season in a practice game at 8t, Petersburg, Fla., with Boston Braves. Rules for 1930 American Legion Diamond Program Another of the seriee of article* giving the rules and regulations for the 1930 baseball program of the Junior American Legion Baseball League, branch of which, will be In vogue In Conneltaville thia year, follows: 11. Since this is a public-spirited enterprise of the American Legion in the interests of good citizenship, It ie required, that the players' uniforms shall bear only lettering of insigni^ of the American Legion, the Legion Po«t or department, or the town, city or community represented; except that the name, monogram or other dealgnation or persons or organization! sponsoring a team will b* per' mitt«d on the *l»er« of the uniform shirt. Teams failing to comply with this requirement will b« disqualified, IB. In order to qualify its department championship team for entry into the regional tournaments each department must comply with the rules therein set forth. Suaponding or nullifying, by »ny department, any of these rule* will automatically disbar its championship team from entry Into a regional tournament. IS. All regional and *ectlon«i tour* naments and the junior world aerios will be played under th* direction ol the national director of the American commission. All questions and dis- putei arising within regional and sectional tournaments and the junior world series shall bs referred for final decision to the national director of the Americanism oomrnltto*, or such persons K9 n* mar designate. SHARPSHOOTERS BEAT WAVERLY SCOTTDALB, March U--HeatunHJ by pawling that bewildered tho opponents, the Scottdale High Hhnrp- shooters defeated the Vaverly Oil five on the letter's floor Friday evening, 85 to £7. On the short end 14--10, at the halt the Sharpshooters came back strong in the second. Richer and Camlln led the rioters with fire and tour goals. Roth and D Connors were high scorers for th^ Wurerly team, with four and three apiece. The llne-np: 8h*rp*h»otai*--36, Warerly--27 Camltn F Roth Miller. F B. Connors HHohar C . Newasky Collins G McClain L. Cafferty- ,, O D. Connors Substitution*--Hunker for Miller, Sherrick for Cafferty, Miller tor Hanker, Hunker for Camlin, Pittracco for R. Connors. Field goals--Richer 5, Camlin 4, Roth 4, D. Connors 3 McClain 2, R. Connors, Collins, Newasky, Miller 2. Foul goals--Sharpshooters, 11 out of 16; Waverly, 5 out of 16. EEN "Picking off" baserunners waa a stunt feature of the practice at the Pirate camp in Paso Hobles, Cal., yesterday. By ROY GKOVE mfrol Pf«M Sport* Writs* T l 113 foundation for all golf is th* grip. The wriita cannot fane ton properly if your fingers are in any way retarding the must e action. The Vardon grip, as pi rtured, i* one of common accept* ace and used by ths beit pro- fessd nali and amateurs. Bobby Jon* tue* it, which ihould be recoi inundation enough, Th Important point of th« grip hi show i In flfurs No. X wn»rs th* little fli g«r of th» right hand overlap* the f refuiger of tb« Uft hand. The riffbt for*0nge. of tb« right band ovsrii p* the grip a4 th* right thumb lays v*r .ihe club and th* forcflngwr *· sh WB tn No. I. Thi moment of contact with yowr ball I your drlv*. If this is perfect the bi ekswing and th* follow through wul t Jt* car* of thwmMlTM. Ths tl» Ivstrt Uon Mrvw to t«H you now yea look 1 1 this point Th* head la shown ·till i own M l No- 4. In to. », th* right »hould«r to htt- Mag tireagh th* ball. *a tmportant point N«v*r »top th* *bo\ad«r to bit the b Jl. In lo. «, th* fore* of th* shot WM mad* while the right foot WM still OB th. ground--that puts your weight into 11» drlv*. D*velop ta*«* point* into i habit and your CMB* will tek* car* 't itMlt "Mbj IS betti writer saying of Sec ciack Uniont- Si ad tin red-hoi Coac gallon cent C gcat u last nil Hyatt's play k defeat, was ah e*aen is good but Uniontown p," is the modest way a sport* in that city puts it today in the countyseatera, champions ion Ten, will polish off tne Vkmongahela valley club. If wn wins that contest nt Pitt i tonight, it will have to he t Clem Crowe and Utfe of ball hawks from St. Vln- liege nearly proved the big- iset in the basketball world ht at Pittsburg. Only Charley basket in the final minute of pt the Golden Panthers from the score beirig 29x28. Pitt md at the half, 15-11, FOOT I1PURT KEEPS CAPTAIN WES FE8LEK FROM GREAT RECORD COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 11 -- A foot injury which kept him from the game a week prevented Captain Wesley Fesler, Ohio State guard, from repeating in basketball his, performance in football of playing in every minute of every game this aeaeon. Despite the week's layoff, he bested his teammates in total of rat nutTM played. Leading scoring honors went to Hal Erwin, a forward, who tallied 43 field goals, and 12 foul gbals for a total of 88 points. Jack Evanfl, forward, placed second with 76 foul goals. Only Iwo players ' will be lost through graduation this year, Evans and Bill Hinchnmn, forwards. d NATIONS LEAGUE WINS DUCKS MATCH FROM CAPSTAN CLUB League of Nations won three games from the Capstan Glass last night on the Elks alley*. Froneck wan high, with 43f Th* *corei: CAPSTAN CHUAS8. Kaylor ^--187 87 123 357 Cunningham Sheering .. Bloom ... Froueek Flshftr - Totals _8M 606 «17 1911 LEAGUE OF NATIONS PlttsmenL. Hart* Babel Bdwarda ... Sohouago .. Totals ... 145 146 136 158 93 138 , Iftl 140 116 X33 ISO 113 426 381 37« ,1S« 156 135 427 .«»! 684 631 2006 Loses Both Legs and Arm; Still Cheerful WTULIAMBPORT, Marchr 11.--Minus both legs and one arm, Fred J. B«oht, 69, of MontounrUle, near here, is for th» sixth tlni* cheerfully looking forward to being discharged from the \Viniainaport Hospital He is affected by a heart ailment which has caused him to fall so many times that bin broken limbs oould no longer be saved. In each ot many operation* be ha* lo*t an important organ or limb. Harr» Bnockey of TJniontown haa been elected president of Yough Valley Board of Approved Basketball Officials. .Robert B. Austin of Browns- vine Ie -riee-prestoant, and W. L. Lewis, Cohnellaville, secretary-treasurer. The annual banquet will be held o Thursday night, March 27, at Whits Swan Hotel, Uniontown. · * * North Union, not Dunbar TowpsWp, was second In the foul shooting tournament. Ray Welsh's club scored 172 points Instead of 168 whereas the Shearer machine collected 169 Scottdale, in flrst plate; had a total of 181, YOUTHS AWAITING LEGION LEADERS Men Who Will Handle Junior Baseball League to lie ' Warned Next Tuesday. J3QON TIME FOR EARLY PRACTICE Tho youth of the community ar« i wailing with considerable interest the appointment of a committee lo handle the American Legion Junior Baseball League. This will bo done when Milton L Bishop Post moels next week and Immediately thero- nfter the young athletes will be ankod to jnoet with that group for the pur- j.ose of being acquainted with the Toothods under which the loop will bo (perated. There is some confusion on the proper regulations for the Legion J.eagtte at present, but once the coni- iiitlee gets into ita work, this will lie ( 1 oared up. No one- enjoys competition morn than a boy anil the decision of (he Hlshop Post to sponsor the Junior League has met wifh enthusiasm on the part of those lads who have- been I'laylng an uncertain type of Indp- I endent game, generally marked bv forfeitures, squabble* and ,not tho J ighet typo of sportsmanship. A l l tliose deficiencies aio overcome In t h u Junior League, whore Uio play is pupsryiued and rogulatad. Bishop Post will lose no tlm« in totting Into action A month from r r x t week, at which time the commit - t jo is to be named, will se* wmllwr fit for outdoor workouts and It onl 1 ikes a little bright sunshine to «ntir» t'le youngsters into tosaing a baseball. Th-e lads aren't particular about v ihero they got their practice--even if It Js on a paved street, and «verv l.iet one of tli»m will be ready to KO t bat when the schedule open*. The league is open to any boy 17 years old or under. It must have n t ]«ast four teams, but no difficulty iti procuring that many outfits is anticipated here. Tho "rules of the league," beiup piibliflhod from day to day in The Courier, are beirig read by "VounR America" with considerable Interest and the boy who doesn't know what it K all about Is only the lad who is not much, Inteieuted in the national a port. The adoption of the Jonlor League has won a host of friends tor the Mil ·ton Bishop Post. Much Interest Is Manifest in Fight Program Thursday Followers of amateur boxing" will g.ither at the Slavish Hall on the West S de Thursday evening to witness another of the claeey entertainments under the auspices of the Connelta- Yille Athletic Club. There will be seven interesting bouts on the calendar. The battlers Monday " night con- t! lued their vigorous tra'lnijig in prep- aiatlon for tho card, Billy Carter, matchmaker an4 trainer, conducted the workout. Therp will be seesionR tonight and tomorrow, with the final one devoted chl*|fty to limbering up. One of the largest crovdff of the yr ar Is expected to iattend-this exhibiting of caultflowordoai which w i l l biing togother-some of the; leading Aftlcuffers in this vicinity. The complete program will be announced in these columns tomorrow. Official Middle Atlantic League Schedule for 1930 Wheeling Chnrleiul Scottdale Jetmuctte JuhuHtonli CutilHTlnnd Kvirmont rlnrkJihurK At Wheel, Read It, 12 Juw*, 8, 9 July 33, 3 · Ausr 3, 1. rf May 13, 30 Juno 13, IS July tt, ~ Aus it), J l Slay 25, Ul J u n e J-, -3 July 20, 21 AUK n, May I"?. 11, i t June 2-1, 2', _ AUK tJ, K!, 14 May 30-30 J u n e U, t, J u l y 17 J u n o ' t , 3 J u n o 2», M J u l y -'7, JS 24 J j J u n e 3.7 22 2.", .' I Aug 20 27. .8 At Clmrlerql May 1), 10 June 0, 7 J u l y -i-4, 5 July 18, t» AUK is. J-8 The Mny 20, 21, 22 J u l y J, 2, 3 Alig 12. 18 J u n e i l O , 11. 10 22, 2Ui 2-1 Sept. 1-1 aiay 2;; Juno 20, 21 J u l y 25, 20 . 22, 21 May 81 June 27. -18 Aug J, 2 20, .',0 May 27, "S. 20 July 8, 0. 10 Aug. 10, 20, 21 May 10, 37 June 111 J t Jill} 11, 12 Augr S. '» At May 23, 24 June 20, 21 July 2fl, 2(J W, 28 June li, 11 15 S'I, 2(1, 2tf Aug B, 0, 7, 34 Courier May 28 July -i P. M, 5 July 30, 15. 1» 10,^0. _2i_ "l 0 ~' June 8, 7 J u l y IS Aug-. 15, IB Sept. 1 P M 17 J u n e 1.1, 14 J u l y 11, 12 Aug, (i, 0 June f7, IS, July 20, 8p, !U May ,'!! J u n e 27, 2S Aug 3, 2 Augr 29, 30 At Je*anett« May 18, 17 Jun* 18, 14 July 11, 12 Auff. 8, 9 May 30-30 Junfe 12, 17, 18 July 29, 30, 31 Augr. 20, 27, 28 May 27, 29 J u n e S, 4 5 July 4 A 51 July R, 0, 37 For J u n e 27, 28 " Aus 20, 30 May D, 10 Tuna 0, 7 July 18, 19 AU«- is, 10 May 20, 21, 22 July 1, 2, .! 12, 13, li June 20, 21 July 25. 20 AUS. 22, 23 At Joiinct SO, 21, 2. July 1, 2, 3 Augr. C, 6, T M a y l V 10, 3' Jutt* IS, 18 July 0, 7 Aug. 30, 11 May » 11, 12 Ma-y 30-80- Jun« S, 0 J u l y 1.?, 14, 1» AUB !', i, ;u Sept. I_A^_M. *"MayTM3 f" 1 'TM" ' "" J u n o 3 2, 20, 0 July 2T, 28 i.4, 25 Middle T u n e 10, 11, 1' J u l y 4-4, B July 22, 28, 24 Aug. 20, 27, 2 "Mfly^23,* 2(T"~ JjLino 22, 23 July 20, 23 Aug. 8 0 17, Juno 3, 4, 8 July 8. 0, 10 Auff 1», -'0, 21 At "May 27. 28, 29- ,. July 6, 0, 10 Auar. 10, 20, 2t Sept. 1-1 Tlay 28, 20 'July 20, 21 Au*. 17, 13 'Jun* 1, 2 June 20, .",0 July iT, 28 . L4, 25 May 117^3 Junto S. 0 J u l y J3, 1-t AUK. 3,_^, H June IT, 18, la July SO, so, 31 Atlantic luuy J8, 10 J u n e 10, 10 J u l y 8, 7 Aus 10, 11 May 33, 14, 15 TVIay 20, 21, 22 July 1, 2, 8 , fi, 6, 7 A* May 31 June 27, '28 Aus. 1, 2 AUK: 29, ao June 3, 4,' 5 July 1.8, 16, 17 June July 22, 2,V24 AufT. 20, 37, 28 . May 13» 14, 15 June 24, 23, 20 Aug. 5, 0, T May 10. 17 June 13, 14- July 11, 42 Juno 20, 21 ,1i h 25, 2(1 A u , 2.' J , League "May or lor30-39 7 J u n e 6, 7 July 4-4, B July 18, 1!) AUK. 16, 18 Sept. 1-1 At "June 10, 11, 12 July 28, 30, 31 ·tuna i, J June 2i», 30 July 27, 28 A,ug 24, 25 May 25, 20 June 22, 23 i July '20, 2t 17, is , May 18, 19 June 15, 1-8 Tuly'6, 7 Aug 10, U Ma.y 27 2S, 29 July 15, 1J,. ( 1T Jtino 24, 25. ^'0 AUBT. 12, 13., 11 flla.y 31. T2 June 8, !) July Ti, 14 Aug. 3, 4, 31 News HOMES FOR BABIES HEED REGULATIONS HAKllISBtfRO, March. 11.--Citing a general offort to codpetate and ob- sc rve the rules, on the part of women throughout the State who operate infants' boarding houses whore moie than one infant under three years o!' a us is Cared for, a report of tho bureau of children. State Department of Welfare shows sixty-one licenses is ued during the month of Jauuar\. "Visits lo these hom«a by depart- ni^i't representatives for the purnoso of inspections reveal a genuine effort Oi the parf of most ot Uve women lo m jt thi 'Jepartmtmt requiremiUlB," said Mrs' K S. if MoCauley, M»4* Stcretary of Welfare today in dig«iM»- iiif? "the report. "There ar» some w lose standards aro low, however, b\ t wltli the codperaUon ot vtgttiiiK in rae associations and city health departments bettei conditions can bo bi ought about " Y(tilth Killed in lload Mihhap. CHE8T15RTOWN, Md,, March 11 -C. rroll Hogaus, 18, was Jellied and Jfc,*e. iludaviay, cousins, w^re injured la e| last nilit when the automoblla in which they werf riding skidded on a uirve, throwing Hogans out of the m-uhitve. Hutu leglsiored his first hom» rii i of the season yesterday- when hw hi' a round-tripper and a triple IB a ganio against the Drav-es at S'. Petersburg, Fla. The Yankees got only live hits knflUost, 7-5. Two of th.y five hits wore Ruth's blows. Looking lor 't so, read the advertising of Tho Bally Courier

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