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Greensboro at Raleigh. April 30-Majr 1 (2 game* 1st) Winston at Greensboro. Raleigh at Salisbury. Durham at Danville. May 3-4 Raleigh at Greensboro D u r h a m at Salisbury. \Vinston at DarrvilK". May 3-6 Danville at Durham. Greensboro at Winston. S'lllKbury at Haleigh. .May 7-8 (2 games 8ih) Raleigh at Winston. D u r h a m at Greensboro. Danville at Salisbury. May 10-11 Wineton at Durham. Greensboro at Salisbury. , Raleigh at Danville. May 12-13 Salisbury at Winston. Danville at Greensboro. O i i r h n i n at Raleigh. M/I.T 14-15 (2 games 15th) Greensboro a.t Durham. Winpton at Raleigh. Ss!i?bury at Danville. May 17-18 Raleigh at Durham. Winston at Salisbury Greensboro at Danville. May 19-20 D u r h a m at Winston. Salisbury at Greensboro. Danville at P.aleigh. May 21-22 (2 jcamr? 2Snd) Or p eri?boro a.t \Vinston. T ' a n v i l l e at Durham. Salisbury at Raleigh. May 24-25 R a l e i g h at Greensboro, - D u r h a m at Salisbury. W i n - t o n at Danville. May 26-27 at Winston. at Greenpborc. at Salisbury. May 28-29 (2 games 29th) D a n v i l l e at Winstot'. P a l l r b u r y a t D u r h a m . Greensboro at Raleigh May 31 (D. Jt.-P. M. June 1 W i n s t ' i n at Greensboro. K a l f i g h at Salisbury, l n i r h a n i at Danville. June S-3 l i r r f - n r b o r o a t D u r h a m . W i n ? t u n n t R a l e i g h , ^aUs:bury at Danville. .fune 4-5 (2 Dailies 5th.) S-'ailPbury at Wnifiton. Dnn-v-iile at. Gr«*ens.boro. D u r h a m at Ealeig'i. June 7-8 Winston at D u r h a m , at Salisbury at Danville. ·Tune »-lO. S a l i s b u r y at Winston. D a n v i l l e at Grnensboro. .Uui'hani at Raleigh. .nine 11-12 (2 games 12tb.) \ v " i i i f t o n at D u r h a m . Greensboro at Salisbury. Kaloish^ot Danville. June 14-»15. Greensboro at "Winston. Danvlll" at Durham. Salisbury at P.aleigh. Juno 16-17 D a i i v i i l e at Winston. I'aleigh at Grrensboro. D u r h a m at 'Salisbury. June 18-19 (2 game*"]8th) P.aleigh at Durham. W i n s t o n at Salisbury. Grfcnsboro at Danville. June 2»-22 Durham at Winston. Salisbury at Greensboro. Danville at Raleigh. June 23-24 Greensboro at Durham. Winston at Raleigh. .Salisbury at Danville. Jm»c 23-26 (2 games 2«lh) Winston at Greensboro. Raleigh at. Salisbury 7 . Durham at Dan%'ill». June 28-29 Kalt-igh at Winston. Durham at Greensboro. Danville at Salisbury. .Tune 30-July 1 Salisbury at Durham. Greensboro at Raleigh. Winston at Danville. (Eml of first half--five Saturdays in each city.) (SECOM HALF) July 2-8 (2 games 3rii) Salisbury at Greensboro. Durham at Winston. Danville at Raleigh. July 5 a. m. Raleigh at D u r h a m . Winston at Salisbury. Greensboro at Danville. July 6 p. m.-« Salisbury at "Winston. Durha'm at Raleigh. Danville at Greensboro. ·Inly 7-8 Danville at Winston. Salisbury at Durham. Grcrnsborn at Raleigh. July »-IO( 2 Kimc; 10th) \Vlnaton at Greensboro. Raleigh at Salisbury. - turham at Danville. July 19-20 Winston at D u r h a m . Greensboro at Salisbury. Raleigh at Danville. July 21-22 Salisbury at Winston Danville at Greensboro. Durham at Kaleigh. July 23-24 (2 gumcs 24lli) Greensboro a t Durham. Winston at Halelgh. Salieburv at Danville. July 2«-27 ' Raleigh at Durham. Wlneton at Salisbury. Greensboro at Danville.. July 28-29 Durham at Winston. Salisbury at Greensboro. Danville at Kaleigh. July 80-31 (2 games 31.l) Greensboro at Winston. Danville at Durham. Salisbury at Raleigh. August 2-3 Kaleigh at Greensboro Durham at Salisbury. Winston at Danville. August 4-5 Raleigh at Winston. Durham at Greensboro. Danville at Salisbury. August #-7 (2 gaincs 7t)) Danville at Wirtston. .Salisbury at Durham. Greensboro Ht Raleigh. Auitust 0-10 Winston at Greensboro. Raleigh at Salisbury. Durham at Danville August 11-13 Greensboro at D u r h a m Winston at Raleigh Salisbury at Danville. August 13-14 (2 game- 14tli) Salisbury at Winston Danville at Greensboro. D u r h a m at R a l e i g h . AU£TU.Sl 1 6 - 1 " Winston a t D u r h a m Greensboro at. Salisbury. Raleigh at Danville. August 18-1H Salisbury at Winston Danville at Greensboro D u r h a m a t Kaleigh August -0--1 (2 g»uies 2lst) Winston at D u r h a m . Greensboro at Salisbury. Raleigh .-it Danville. August 23-21 Greensboro a t W i n s t o n Danville at D u r h a m . Salisbury at Raleigh. BABE RUTH LEADS BIG BERTHAS AND JOHNSON IS KNOCKED FROM BOX Homers In Majors of Day--Detroit Downs St. Louis--Lucas Holds Cubs Split. · ' ·· " i K. In the n i n t h inning a j tint Chlcasoan,\Grabow-i I White Sox. pinch hitting i_:nicasoan,\v ' "ky poled one to the bleachers re- j I cording three futile runs. ; I Ninth inning: homers are be- i Pirates tO Four HitS and I coming common in the major lea- j D J- \\f.~ I^^'.J. -«jis u e s ' Jimmy Johnston performed! Keds win--i^aras a n a j t h o feat on tho flrst day of the I season for the Bravejs but too late' | to win the game. Cy Williams did i ! it for the Phillies and cleared the · theretofore f u l l y p o p u l a t e d bases : for a victory. j P I Collins registered a f o u r - j base blow In the n i n t h at Boston recently for the Yankees. Bob j Meusel made.one on Sunday .which ; tied the store, but the Y a n k e e s 1 lost out in the eleventh. ; An error by Jacobson and the i willno!»s of /Van Gilder enabled : Detroit to down St. Dotiis yester- ' day 5 to 4. This grave the Tigers throe out of four games for the | series. j Red Lucas of Cincinnati srant-': ocl t h e world champion Pirates; only f o u r hits ana won. 5 to 2. A double by Max Carey ufter a hit and a pass accounted for t h e Pirate runs. ' The Cardinals and Cubs split How They Stand n AMERICAN I.EAGl'i: CLtlJS: U . I: rfcvclnnd 4 2 Detroit . 4 2 Washington 4 3 New York 4 ' S Chicago 4 :l Boston a : * Pliiladelpliia 4 4 St. Louis I · AMERICAN (By The Associated Press.) Bnsebal ' warfare has become more strenuous for Baby Ruth. artillery chiof of tho Yankees, has flred on Washington. When the smoke cleared at the capital yes- t e r d a y it was f o u n d that the Yan- ktc.s had scored -- direct hits. r'ivo hits, a home r u n . two doubles a n d two singles from the big- bertha alone, indicate that: the Yankees are out this year to blast t h e i r way to a c h a m p i o n x h i p after r e m a i n i n g luict for a season. The t a l l y in runs was I S to 5, \VaIter Johnson was k n o c k e d out of t h e ! box. R u t h v.-as not alum: in home hit- tiny:. In Chicago the gray haired m a n a g e r of Cleveland. Trin Speaker. I r f t - h a n d e ' U a blow to the far .spaces in a 9 to 5 C'jniiuest of the It tiKAGl'K CLUBS: W. !;· New York 5 1 Cincinnati ·· 2 St. Ijouis 5 3 Broltolyn 4 2 Philadelphia 4 S Plttslmrgli 2 H Chicago 3 * Boston I " Where They Play NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago at St. Louis. Detroit at Cleveland Washington at Philadelphia. Boston at New York. .NATIONAL IJCAGt'E Cincinnati at Chicago. Philadelphia at Boston. even on their series when Cooper shut out the Hornsbys 7 to 0 on five safeties. Wilson of the Cubs hit a homer. All other games were frozen .out. RfTH A KAMJ»AGE j WASHINGTON Aptil 20-- CAP) ! -- Babe R u t h clouted five hite · day while the Yankees -were t r o u n c i n g Washington 18 to ; S'ew York :0r. 341 030 -- IS ^2 0 i Washington 110 000 012 -- 5 ,, 9 4 ; Shocker. M. Johnson and Coli Hns. Barnes: W. Johnson. K«Hy, ! Healey, Marrell. Thomas and Ruel. Sevcreld. , ------ 0 ------------- T 1 CLEVELAND WINS T^BORD I CHICAGO. April 20. -- (A-P) -' Cleveland made it three out of four ! by defeating the Chicago White 'Sox today y to 5. R. H. E- 'Cleveland 000 015 120 -- 9 17 1 [Chicago ... 000 010 013 -- 5 7 0 i Shaute and J- SeVell; Thurston Edwards and Sclialk. : DETROIT WINS DETROIT. April 20. -- (A_P)~ Aided by Jacobson's error in the sexeiuh. and Vangrilder's windness in the 9th. Detroit defeated St. I-ouis 5 to 4 today. R. H. E. St. Ijouis .. 102 010 000 -- 4 " Detroit .. 000 200 201 -- 5 11 3 Jonnaro. Yangilder and Schang; Stoner, Gibson. Dauss and Bassler. --- o -KANSAS CITY" -- Younp Strib- lingr, Georgia, man. Toledo. outpointed Joe Loh- 10 rounds. D a n v i l l e a t Winston Raleigh a t Greensboro Durham af Salisburv, August 27-28 (2 cames 28UD Raleigh a t D u r h a m AVinston at Salisbury. Greensboro at D a n v i l l ^ . Aueust 30-ttl D u r h a m at Winston. .Salisbury at Greensboro. Danville a t Raleigh. Sept. J-2 GrcTifihoro at D u r h a m W i n s t o n at Kaleit'h. Salisbury a t D a n v i l l e . Sept :{-4 (2 games 4 t h ) Winston at Greensboro. Raleigh at. S a l i s b u r y . D u r h a m a t D a n v i l l e Sept. 6 (P. H.--11. in.)-7 Raleigh at Winston. D u r h a m a t Greensboro. Danville a; Salisbury. Sept. 8-» 'Salisbury at D u r h a m . Greensboro at Raleigh W i n s t o n a t Danville. Sept. 10 Salisbury al Winston. Kaleigh a'. D u r h a m . Danville ;)t Greensboro. Sept. 11 (2 game5) Winston at Salisbury. Durahm at Raleigh. Greensboro at Danville. Leading Major League Hitters I XATIOXAI Player Club G AB R H Pet. Johnston. Braves . 7 i n 1 9 . 4 7 4 Hornsby. Cards. . . S 3:; .". 11 .-!3S Teach. Phillies . . . ii 23 .". 10 .43,". Wheat. Robins . . . 6 24 2 10 . 4 X 7 Eresslcr, Keds . . 7 12 3 .) . 4 u y 1,-eader a year ago lodiy Phillies. .471. AMUiKICAX LEAGIE Player C l n h G AB Pv H Pet. Fla.gst'd, R. Sox . 6 25 5 13 .500 Spurpeon. I n d ' u s t; 2'I 3 12 .46: Collins. V a n k s . . 0 1 ! ) i 8 .421 Dykes. Athletics . 7 23 4 12 . 4 1 4 Ruth. Yankees . . 6 2S 10 11 .39 3 Lea.dcr a year ago t o d a y : Athletics. .529. I'oolf 1 . ond utes at Greensboro. Dura in at Snltabury. Winston at Danvill. JulT 14- 1 R Grfenjiboro at "Winston. Danvlllo at, Durlia.ni. Salisbury Ht July 16.17 (2 Raleigh n t Winston. Durlmni nt Ornnnsbor Danville at Salisbury. l * r h ) Is i^ possible for a run to score · ftefthe third out of tlie Inning has bc?n mn«lc? · · · ; O r d i n a r i l y no. bu' ( h e r e is a cer- i t s in trick s i t u n t i o n rro;it«d by had i basernnniiiK \ v h p r o such a tliinc; can h a p p p p . ' ThR bases are f i l l e d , two are out i « n d there arr- t^liror halls and two i strikes on t h e I m t a m a n . All r u n i ners start to a r l v n n c p on Ilic n e x t pitch. The ball is h i g h nncl wiflp. t h » f o u r t h brill, P i i i i ' l f f ^ the b n f s n i a r t.6 n*t and 'all rnn^icrs t o a d v . m r c one base, t h f i r u n n e r on t h i r d U f i n y entitled to scor^ The r u n n e r from^gccond o v n r - riuto thlr4, a snap throw f r o m the r.atchrr rellr*? htm, milking th«; third out. Tn the ineantliru 1 i l i o r u n n e r f r o m t h i r d has not ot touched t h n p l a t o . 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