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TIMES PHONE 6101 fT.HREADING TIMES, RE'ADING, PXr7 SX'TURDXY MORNING, . JUEY. Stf, T92 XC&Z3 PEOXZ 8151 i.i ii 7. 7 - 4 rMacktnen Sweep Wh ite Sox Series With Fourth Win, 1 k 9 ATHLETIGS PUMMEL YOUNG ED WALSH TO ' GRAB EASY VICTORY Sox Start Uprising in Eighth, But Bow Before Rommel , and Grove CHICAGO, July 27 (IP) A six - run rally In the eighth Inning today gave the Philadelphia Athletics their fourth straight victory over the Chicago White Sox. The score was 7 to 4. Young Ed Walsh started for the Sox, but could not hold the four - run lead his mates gave him in the first inning. Double plays saved him until the eighth when he retired in favor of Connally. Cox pitched the last inning. The Sox loaded the sacks in their half of the eighth but could not score on Rommell and Grove, who succeeded Quinn on the mound. Two pinch - hitters failed to connect In this round. Jimmy Foxx gave Philadelphia its first run in the fourth when he hit a home run, PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO ab r h o a Htin'fleld 2b 5 1 2 3 6 Clancy lb 5 1 2 11 0 Mostil cf 4 0 0 7 0 Metzler r - lf 4 0 10 0 Kamm 3b 4 12 2 3 Falk If 3 12 10 Reynolds rf 1 0 0 0 0 Cissell ss 3 0 1 2 & Crou.se c 2 0 0 1 0 McCurdy c 0 0 0 0 0 Walsh p 3 0 0 0 0 Connally p 0 0 0 0 0 Cox p 0 0 0 0 2 ab r h a a Bishop 2t 3 13 14 Haas cf 5 12 10 Cochrane e 5 0 18 0 Simmons II 6 0 14 0 Foxx 3b 4 2 2 2 2 Miller rf 3 0 110 Totals 136 4 10 27 16 Totals t39 7 18 27 9 I tSpeaker batted for Quinn In 7th. Collins doubled for Hassler in 8th. Hale doubled lor Rommell in 8th. JBarrett batted lor Crouse In 8th. batted for Cox in 8th. Berg SCORE BY INNINGS: Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 8 07 Chicago 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Errors Bishop, Foxx. Runs batted in Clancy, Falk, Cissell, Foxx. French. Collins, Hale, Hashler, Cochrane, Bishop. Two - base hits Clancy, French, Collins, Hale, Kamm. Three - base hit Haas. Home run Foxx. Stolen base Mostil. Double plays Cissell to Hunnefleld to Clancy; Hunnefleld to Cissell to Clancy, Boley to Bishop to Orwoll; Hunnefleld to Cissell. Left on base Philadelphia, 10: Chicago, 7. Base on balls Off Walsh, 5; off Quinn, 2; oft Grove, 1. Struck out By Quinn, 2; bv Rommell, 1: by Walsh, 7; by Grove, 4. Hits Off Quinn, 7 In 6 Innings; off Rommell, none In 1 inning; off Grove. 3 In 2 innings; off Walsh, 11 In 7 2 - 3 innings; off Connally, 4 In 1 - 3 inning; oti Cox. 1 in 1 inning. Winning pitcher Rommell. Losinir pitcher Walsh. Umpires Guthrie and Hlldcbrand. Time, 2:07. SENATORS BREAK DEADLOCK TO NOSE OUT ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS, July 27 (IP) With the score tied, 4 - up, the Washington Senators pushed across three tallies in the ninth inning and defeated the St. Louis Browns, 7 to 4. The victory gave the Senators two wins in five ttarts. Six doubles, three triples and a homer featured the hitting during the contest, with Manush, Brown V outfielder, connecting for the circuit jaunt. WASHINGTON ST. LOUIS ab r h o a Blue lb 3 1 0 10 2 ab r n o a 4 3 3 1 0 4 12 10 4 12 0 0 Xfncj ef Kjce rf Goslin It West If Judge lb Bluege 3b Cronin ss Harris 2b Kenna c Uaston p O'Ro'rke 3b 5 0 0 0 5 Munu&h If Kress ss M'Gowan cf Brannon 2b McNecly if Schang e Blaeh'der p Ogden p 4 114 0 4 12 12 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 9 0 4 2 13 6 5 0 15 1 5 0 0 4 8 3 0 0 4 2 4 0 0 1 0 3 113 0 3 0 12 3 3 0 111 3 0 2 4 0 3 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 - i Totals 38 7 11 27 14 1 Totals 32 4 9 27 15 vSturdy singled for Ogden in th SCORE BY INNINGS: Washington 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 37 St. Louis 0 0012001 04 Errors O'Rourke. 2: Brannon, Schang. Runs batted in Manush, 2: Brannon, Mc - Neelv. Bluetre. z: Rice, oosiin. Judge, cro. nln. Two - base hits McGowan. McNeely, Barnes, Oosiin, Kress, Judge. Tnree - base hits Goslin, Cronin, Rice. Home run Manush. Stolen bases Bluege. Rice. Sac rlflces Rice. McGowan. Double play Harris to Cronin to Judge, iit on case Washington, 8; St. Louis, 7. Bases on balls Off Gaston, 5; off Blaeholder, 3. Struck out By Gaston, 3: bv Blaeholder, 2: by Ogden, 1. Hits O.T Blaeholder. In 8 Innings; oft Ogden, 2 In 1 Inning. Losing pitcher Blaeholder. Umpires Owens and ' GelseL Time, 1:47. SKATERS TO COMPETE FOR BERKS DIADEM TONIGHT After garnering ten points each with first place victories over the amateur roller - skating field last Saturday night at Carsonia park, George Seager and Mike Peters, listed in the Class A and B races, respectively will try to add to the margin tonight in the second series of events in quest of the Berks county amateur crown. The races will be held at the same time as last week's on the Carsonia park rink. The title, now in competition through the voluntary forfeiture by the champion, Elwood Bendel. will be decided on the point totaling basis. Races will be continued over a period of several weeks with the winner to be adjudged according to the number of DOlnts comnllerl over the entire series. Seagar. entered In - the senior event, honned off to n French rf 3 12 0 0 OBrwoll lb 4 0 19 0 T Boley ss 2 0 0 1 3 . Kassler ss 0 0 0 0 0 :"l Dykes ss 10 10 0 yf Quinn p 2 0 0 0 0 f Rommell p 0 0 0 0 0 I Grove p 0 0 0 0 0 flying start with his win last week. while Paul Rick is but three points behind by virtue of finishing second. Jack Adams is third with five. Snook has three and Zellars boasts two. The other point is divided among several skaters who failed to place. In the class B group, Peters holds a three - point advantage over Neal Retnert, who In turn tops Marks by two points. Ted Feltenberger Is fourth with three points and Kinney has two. With Bendel falling to enter the competition, the title will most likely fall to either George Seagar or Paul Rick. In the Class B outfit, there are several lads who might compile a winning margin with Peters and Neal Reinert the outstanding contenders. FRED KRUG WINS READING CLUB GOLF TITLE AGAIN Fred Krug won the golf championship of. the Reading Country Club for the second successive year by defeating Wilson Rothermel In the ; final, 8 and 7. In a 36 - hole match. - Rothermel for the second year was runner - up in the tournament. International and Major League Batting, Pitching Averages, a Weekly Saturday Feature In The Timet, Today Will Do Reds Again Sock Phils As Vance Dazzles Cards Cincinnati Garners Fourth Triumph of Series By Score of 3 to 1 PHILADELPHIA, July 27 fP) The Cincinnati Beds completed their series here today by taking the Phillies into camp for the fourth game in five by a score of 3 to 1. Four singles off Jimmy Ring In the first inning gave the Reds two runs that Pete Donohue proceeded to make sufficient. Don Hurst's 16th home run of the year saved the Phillies from a coat of whitewash. CINCINNATI ab r h o i PHILADELPHIA ab r h o a Southern cf 4 0 0 2 0 Thomp'n 2b 4 0 13 3 Hurst lb 3 118 0 Leach If 4 0 110 Williams rf 4 0 0 5 0 Whitney 3b 4 0 0 0 3 Sand ss 3 0 13 2 Echulte e 3 0 1 8 0 Ring p 3 0 0 0 2 Walsh p 0 0 0 0 1 Critz 2b S 1 1 1 4 Zltzman rf 4 0 0 2 0 Call'ghan If 4 2 2 3 0 Kelly lb 4 0 2 12 1 Strlpp 3b Allen cf Hargrave e Ford ss Donohue p 4 0 10 2 4 0 10 0 4 0 3 6 0 3 0 0 4 4 3 0 0 1 3 Total! 35 3 10 27 14 Totals t32 1 6 27 11 tLerlan batted for Rtne In 7th, a SCORE BY INNINGS: Cincinnati 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 03 Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 Error 8and. Runs batted In Callaghan, Allen. Kelly, Hurst. Two - base hits Har - grave, 2; Leach, Callaghan, Kelly, Schulte. Home run Hurst. Stolen base Thompson. Sacrifice Zltzmann. Double plays Thompson to Sand to Hurst; Walsh to Thompson to Hurst. Left on bases Cincinnati, 8; Philadelphia, 6. Base on balls Off Donohue, 1; off Ring, 2. Struck out By Donohue. 5; by Ring. 4: by Walsh, 1. Hits Off Ring, 9 In 7 Innings: off Walsh. 1 In 2 Innings. Wild pitch Ring. Losing pitcher Ring. Umpires McCormiclc and Klem. Time, 1:50. GIANTS TOPPLE PIRATES FOR THIRD STRAIGHT WIN NEW YORK, July 27 (VP) The Giants made it three out of four from the Pirates, winning the final game of the series here today, 4 to 2. Both Fitzsimmons and Fussell pitched good ball, but superior support Drougnt victory to the New York hurler. Pittsburgh's four errors con tributed much to the Giant cause, nguring m three of McGraw s runs. Jackson started the Giants on their way with a home run in the second, but retired later with a strained leg. The Pirates had a chance in the eighth, but Hargreavves grounded out wnn tne bases lined. Ram fell dur lng a greater part of the game, PITTSBURGH NEW YORK ab r h o a Adams 2b 3 0 0 3 1 L.Waner cf 4 0 0 4 0 P.Waner rf 6 0 1 3 0 Or'tham lb 4 12 8 1 Travnor 3b 4 1 2 0 3 Brickell If 4 0 3 3 0 Wright ss 1 0 0 2 1 Hargr'T's e 3 0 0 4 0 Fussell p 3 0 0 0 1 ab r h o a Welsh cf 4 10 3 0 4 113 3 4 0 2 2 0 Reese If Mann rf - Linds'm 3b 4 0 12 2 Terry lb 4 1 1 12 1 Jackson s O'Doul If Cohen 2b Hogan e F'sim'ns p 3 112 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 3 4 0 2 2 0 4 0 111 Totals 132 2 8 24 7 I Totals 38 4 9 27 12 iBrame batted for Fussell in ninth. SCORE BY INNINGS: Pittsburgh 01000100 02 New York 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 x 4 Errors Adams, Wright, 2; Hargreaves. Runs batted In Brickell, Jackson, Reese, Lindstrom, Wright. Two - base hits Llnd - strom, Brickell, 2; Traynor. Three - base hit Mann. Home run Jackson. Stolen base Welsh. Sacrifices Wright, 2. Double play Fitzsimmons to Jackson to Terry. Left on bases New York. 8: Pittsburgh, 10. Bases on balls Off Fitzsimmons, 5. Struck out By Fitzsimmons, 2; by Fussell, 3. Umpires Hart, Jorda and Rlgler. Time 1:52. EASTERN ROQUE TITLE IS WON BY BOVEE FIFTH TIME PHILADELPHIA, July 27 (.V). For the fifth successive year, Roy E. Bovee, of Philadelphia, today won the eastern division tournament of the American Roque League. - Bovee defeated three opponents today, running his string of victories in the tournament to eleven, with no defeats. Those defeated today were George Huot of Chicopee Falls, Mass., 32 to 11; Edward Hengle, Philadelphia, 32 to 23, and J. C. Walton, Philadelphia. 32 to 15. Huot finished second with nine victories and three defeats. His final victory was over J. D. Miner, East Greenwich, R. I, whom he defeated 32 to 28. Huot found solace in the fact that he defeated Bovee in the play for the Van Wickle medal. By beating Bovee, 32 to 1. today. Huot captured the medal, four matches to two. W. S. Hoppock, Philadelphia, was the winner in the second division of the tournament. FALCONS HAVE, WANT The Polish Falcons play the Keystone Colored Giants on Sunday at 11th and Pike, but are open for today away from home. Call 29134. Minor League Baseball NEW TORK - PENNA. LEAGl'K Blnghamlsn, 3; Wllliamipert, 1. Others Mitponed, rain. BTADl.tiU or THE ILIB W. L. Pct.i W. t. Tel. 41 43 .4M 88 47 .4 33 51 .338 81 52 Jl Harritburf 61 81 .S'j' - 'VSTraease Blng'mton 62 31 .0.lW. - Barro Wil'mspori 47 39 .ft;f SeranUd York 43 41 tJEImlra AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee, 9; Indianapolis, i, Telede, 4; Minneapolis, 1. C.lumbai, 4; 81. Paul. t. Kansas City, 8; Louisville, f. STANDING OF THE CLUBS W. L. Fet, W. t. ret. InoTspolls M 48 JWW Kan. City 68 45 jm St. Faaf 69 47 Ml Mln'apolls 67 49 .538 Milwaukee 63 SI Jllfl Teled 49 M .471 Ualsrillo 4 61 .4llf Celambas 38 64 Mi EASTERN LEAGUE New Raven, II; Weterbary, S (1st game). Water bary, 16; New Haren. (2d gaaae). Providence. 3; Bridgeport, t. Other fames postponed, rain. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta, 6s Chattanooga, t. . Birmingham. 11) Nathvllle, 1. Memphis, 3) Mobile, 1. Llttlo Roek, 8; New Orleans. 8. STANDING OF THE CLUB W. L. Pet. W. I. ret. N. Orleans 14 IS .488 Chat no ga 14 18 .487 Mobile 19 18 .484 NasavlUa 11 16 - Ml Little Reek 19 It .000 Memphis 17 It Ml Blra'iaaa 16 19 Atlanta 16 It Ml TEXAS LEAAUf Houston. S Wlrhlts Falls. S. hrevepert. t; tan Antonio, 1. Waco, St Dallas. 8. Fart Werth - Beaumeot, Bet scheduled. HEATING SALESMAN An unusual opportunity exist for a man familiar with , Reading territory, who knows the plumb Ins; and h sating A business. This is a permanent and profitable connection for the right man. Give full particulars of experience and qualaScations b first letter which wCl be held strictly cocS&s&l. Cox X31, Hea&j Tkaet, Bottomley's Homer Averts Shutout as Robins' Ace Tames St. Louis, 5 to 2 BROOKLYN. July 27 VP) Jim Bottomley's 22nd home run failed to prevent Dazzy Vance from winning a 5 to 2 decision over St. Louis here today, giving Brooklyn an even break in four games against the league leaders. Vance fanned five and held the Cardinals to six hits. Bottomley's drive put him within one homer of Hack Wilson, the Chicago outneiaer, who leads the league. Mitchell pitched shut - out ball, for tne visitors until tne sixtn wnen ne was routed by a fusillade of singles, Haid and Johnson, who followed him Into the box, also suffered damage, 8T. LOtna BROOKLYN ab r h o a Douthit cf 3 0 0 1 0 Holm 3b 4 0 0 0 2 Frlsch 2b 4 0 0 2 2 Bofmley lb 3 1 1 7 0 Hafey If 3 113 0 Harper rf 4 0 12 0 Wilson c 4 0 2 8 1 M'nville ss 2 0 0 1 1 Theve'w ss 1 0 0 0 0 ab r h o s Carey cf 4 12 10 Hendr'k 3b 3 1 1 0 0 Herman rf 4 113 0 Bressler If 3 114 0 Bts'n'te lb 4 13 7 1 Flowers 2b 3 0 114 Bancroft ss 4 0 15 0 DeBerry c 4 0 0 6 2 Vance p 4 0 0 16 Mitchell p Haid p Johnson p 2 0 10 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 6 10 27 12 Totals '33 2 6 24 7 THIirh batted for Maranville' In seventh, Martin ran for High In seventh. Williamson batted for Haid In seventh. Smith batted for Johnson In ninth. 8CORE BY INNINGS: St. Louis 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 02 Brooklyn 0 0000320 x 5 Errors Hendrick, Eancroft. Runs batted In Blssonette. 2; Herman, Flowers, Ban croft, Bottomley, Wilson. Two - base hit Kafey. Carey, Blssonette, Harper, run Bottomley. Sacrifice Hendrick. on bases St. Louis. 7: Brooklyn. 7. Home Left Bases on balls Off Vance. 3: off Mitchell, 1 Struck out By Vance. 5: by Mitchell. 3 by Haid, 1; by Johnson, 3. Hits Off Mitchell, 8 In 5 1 - 3 innings; off Haid, 1 In 2 - 3 Inning: off Johnson. 3 in 2 Innings Hit by pitcher By Mitchell (Flowers. Losing pitcher Mitchell. Umpires Moran, Rear - don and Magee. Time ?:V5. MONTREAL ROYALS TRIM ROCHESTER BY 8 - 7 SCORE MONTREAL. July 27 (JPh - Vic Keen weakened in the seventh and eighth innings here today and Montreal came irom behind to nose out Roch ester. 8 to 7. Art Decatur, who re lieved Keen, was charged with the ueieat. . The Red Wings combed a dozen hits off Falk, Hopkins, Dunagan and Yarnell against the nine the home team could show, but one of the drives was Tom Gulley's home run with two on base. The home pitchers spaced the visitors' hits neatly, while Keen continu ally was in hot water through his wlldness. He walKed seven men. ROCHESTER MONTREAL ab r h o a ab r h o a Staple'n lb 4 2 1 11 0 Urbanskl ss 2 2 0 2 3 Haines cf 4 13 2 0 Brown 3b 3 3 12 2 6 113 0 4 13 2 3 Layne cf DelSert ss Southw'h rf 5 14 0 0 Gulley rf 6 114 D. Smith e 3 0 0 1 Felix If 4 0 10 1 I. Smith lb 4 0 1 7 0 Shannon If 4 0 1 2 0 Urban 2b 4 0 0 5 1 3 115 1 Farber 2b 3 114 3 4 12 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Morrow 0 Keen p Decatur p Vick 3b Falk p Hopkins p Dunagan p Tarnell p 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 C 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 1 12 24 10 Totals t33 8 9 27 12 tMurphy batted for Hopkins In 8th. SCORE BY INNINGS: Rochester 2 3001000 1 Montreal 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 X 8 Frrors Gelbert. I. Smith. 2. Runs batted In Oelbert. Felix. 2: Layne. Gulley. 3 Southworth. 3; Haines. 3: Urbanskl. D. Smith. Two - base hits Southworth, Shan non, Haines, vick. Tnree - base nit Farber, Home run Gulley. Stolen bases Brown Southworth. Gelbert. Sacrifices Felix. D. Smith, Keen. Double plays Hopkins to raroer; uemert lo uroan to i. emitn; uui - ley to stapieton. Lett on bases Rocnester, 7; Montreal, 10. Base on balls Off Falk, 3; off Keen, 7; on Hopkins, 1; off Decatur, 1. Struck out By Keen, 5; by Hopkins, 1 Hits Off Falk. 3 In 1 3 - 3 Innings: off Keen, 9 In 7 1 - 3 Innings: off Hopkins. 8 In 8 1 - 3 Innings; off Dunagan. 3 In 1 - 3 Inning; off yarneii. o in z - j inning; on uecaiur, o in 2 - 3 inning. Wild pitch Falk. Winning pitcher Hopkins. Losing pitcher Decatur. Umpires Finneran and Carpenter. Time of game, 2:13. LANE MEETS DEFENDING KING FOR CLAY NET TITLE PHILADELPHIA. July 27 (VP) Samuel Gilpin of Merlon, defending champion, and Harold Lane, of the home club, will meet tomorrow In the nnal round of the Pennsylvania state clay court tennis tournament at the Narberth Tennis club. GilDin entered the final today by defeating Harold Jolborn of Cynwyd. 6 - 1. 6 - 3, while Lane advanced by eliminating the Belfleld club veteran, C. A. MattlS, 0 - 3, 6 - 2. WESTERN LEAGUE Wichita. 15; Omaha. 1. Pea Melnea, 6; Amarlllo, 1 (1st game). Des Moines. 3; Amtrillo, 8 (2d fame). Tulsa. II; Pueblo, t. Oklahoma City. 9; Denver, 7. tIASIIIISIl or THE IXUBK W. L. Pet. W. t. Pet, Pueblo 19 7 .181 Tulsa 13 13 .MM Okla. City 1 10 .815 Denver 1.1 II Ml Wkhlta 14 18 .619 Omaha 11 15 .423 Dee Molnea 8 17 - Tin Amarlllo S 18 J PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Portland, 7; Los Angeles, 6. Oakland, 3; Hollywood. 2. Seattle. 8; San rranelaeo, 8. Sacramento. 9; Missions, 4. BTANDINO Or THE CLUBS W. 1 ret, W. L. Pet Sae'mento 19 7 .711 Hellvweed 18 8 .8M Ran Prone. 14 It Jt88 Oakland 14 It .688 Missions It IS JMM1 L. Angeles II 15 .4z rsrtlaaa S 18 .808 Seattle 1 19 jm RANGERS WANT The Rangers play at Green Valley on sunaay out are open tor a game on Saturday, can 2 - 8730. BASEBALL International Lea goo Today, Doubleheader, 2 P. M. I Reading vs. Newark I tArPWS PAKK. ZD and ki.m oA. I I SHERIFF BLAKE TRIPS BOSTON BRAVES III SERIES FINAL BY 2 - 1 Cub Hurler Restricts Hornsby Clan to Five Hits; Legion Honors "Matty" BOSTON, July 27 (IP) Sheriff Blake, pitching one of his best games of the season, defeated the Braves today, 2 to 1, In the last game of the series. Boston bad . won the two previous games. I Blake held the Braves to five widely scattered hits and probably would have registered a shut - out but for his generosity in walking .Boston batters In the seventh. It was American Legion day at Braves' Field and members of the legion placed memorial wreaths on the tablet dedicated to Christy Mathesow and Tony Boeckel, both of whom were connected with the Braves. CHICAGO ab r b o a BOSTON ab r h o a Rlchb'rg - rf 4 0 1 3 0 Clark cf 4 0 12 0 Sisler lb 4 0 0 11 1 Hornsby 2b 2 0 0 4 3 English as 4 0 118 Magulre 2b Cuyler rf Wilson cf Steph'on It Grimm lb Hartnett c 5 115 8 3 0 0 2 0 4 0 12 0 3 0 3 2 0 4 0 1 15 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 110 1 4 0 10 2 Bell 3b 3 10 0 2 4 0 10 0 4 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 2 1 10 10 0 2 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 2 1 Brown If Farrell SS Taylor c Spnhrer e Delaney p Cooney p Beck 3b Blake p Totals 32 2 9 27 17 Totals t31 1 5 27 18 Burrus batted for Taylor In seventh. J. Smith doubled for Delaney in seventh. Freigsu batted for Cooney In ninth. Moore ran for Frelgau In ninth. SCORE BY INNINGS: Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 02 Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01 Runs batted In J. Smith, Grimm, Blake. Two - base hit J. Smith. Three - base hit - Beck. Stolen base Rlchoourg. Sacrifices Beck, Cuyler. Double plays Magulre to Grimm: Bell to Hornsby to Sisler. Left on bases Chicago, 9; Boston, 9. Bases on balls Off Blake, 6; off Delaney, 3; oft Cooney, 1. Struck out By Delaney, 2. Hits Off Delaney, 7 In 7 lnninss; oft Cooney, 2 In 2 innings. Losing pitcher Delaney. Umpires Pflrman, Stark and Qulgley. Time 1:40. BOLEN'S PINCH HIT GIVES BIRDS WIN OVER PESTS JERSEY CITY, N. J., July 27 (JPh - Baltimore came back strong this afternoon to even up with the Jerseys by taking the second game of the series, 6 to 1. Rain halted the game for 15 minutes at the end of the fifth inning. The victors garnered a total of 13 safe blows oft the delivery of the opposing boxmen. Baltimore scored what proved to be the winning run in the sixth inning. A base on balls to Barton. C. Walsh's error, Lamotte's bunt, a force out and a single by Pinch Hitter Bolen brought in the run. They got to Walsh for four more runs in the ninth. Score: BALTIMORE I JERSEY CITY lb r ho il abrhoa Clark If 8 110 0 Ollho'ley cf 2 0 0 2 0 Porter 3b Onslow lb Brower rf Mooers 2b Banon cf Lamotte ss Devine c Chambers p Coumbe p 5 0 J 3 1 4 1 1 11 1 4 0 0 3 0 5 0 0 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 4 12 2 4 4 114 0 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 2 0 2 Jarrett rf 4 0 110 Manger 2b J.Walsh U Head c Smith lb Martin ss Calleran 3b c.walsh p 4 0 12 2 3 0 2 2 0 4 12 3 1 3 0 0 13 1 3 0 12 1 4 0 13 8 4 0 0 0 2 Totals 133 1 8 27 13 Totals 139 8 13 27 13 j Bolen singled for Chambers In sixth, tMcHugh batted lor Calleran in ninth. Lesko batted for C. Walsh in ninth. SCORE BY INNINGS: Baltimore 1000O100 48 Jersey City 0 0010000 01 Errors Clark, Oilhooley, Martin, C. Walsh. Runs batted in Lamotte, Coumbe, Brower, Calleran, Bolen. Two - base hits Clark, Manger. Stolen bases Coumbe, De - vine. Sacrifices Martin, J. Walsh. Lamotte. Double plays Barton to Devine; Smith to Head to Smith; Coumbe to Lamotte to Onslow. Left on bases Baltimore, 13; Jersey City. 9. Bases on balls Off Chambers. 2; off C. Walsh, 8; off Coumbe. 1. Struck out By Chambers, 2; by Coumbe. 1. Hits Off Chambers. 8 In 6 Innings; off Coumbe. 2 In 4 Innings. Winning pitcher Chambers. Umpires Gaston, Clarke and Pyfe. Time 2:10. BULLETIN Reports that the Keystones would rerlve Pitchers Lefty Weinfrt and Eddie Holler from the Chicago Cubs over the week - end were heard last night but could not be confirmed. Keystone officials could not be reached. AND THIS AIN'T ALL! Some of the baseball writers say Cleveland's biggest need is a good first baseman tn stoarlv thu InAplri The Indians are trying to make Ed - cue Morgan a nrst sacKer. MEN'S A good dean right and a knockout finish. Here are a couple of knockout specials. , SALE OF. Milyil 3 MUlillllg) .The materials Include: Engli$h Broadcloth Fin Percale Striped Madras Many Other Weaves. Men's Reg. n A peach of an assortment of patterns ted eclers Plenty cf variety to suit tha trsta cf evtryesa. ' Womelsdorf Keeps Margin in Berks County Loop Race With Womelsdorf retaining a two - game lead over Stony .Creek In the Berks county league, little chance for changes in the standing over tills week - end remain. . v The top - notchers showed their superiority over the field by virtue of the win over the Mellmen who are conceded the most likely competitors for the diadem. Today's games present a rather easy schedule for the first division teams with the exception of the first ant second place clubs who again meet, this time at Stony Creek. Mell's aggregation have an opportunity of cutting that two - game margin in half with a victory over the rival contingent Leesport, one game behind the runner - up club, tackles Shillington on the Leesport grounds, while Kutztown and Gibraltar have comparatively easy games. Sunday's games, however, find a reversal of schedule with Womelsdorf taking on Gibraltar on the Gibraltar grounds, which will be, by no means, a breeze for the leaders. Shillington and Robesonia, fighting for the cellar position, present the only game that will have no possibilities of upsetting the present standing. With 13 victories and but four losses to date, the Womelsdorf nine bids fair to cop the pennant, unless Stony Creek presents serious objection in the near future. The standing Is: W. L. Pet. Womelsdorf 13 4 .765 Stony Creek 10 5 .667 Leesport 10 7 .5"8 Gibraltar 9 ' 7 .563 Kutitown 8 9 .470 Shoemakersville .... 7 8 .467 Shillington 6 11 .353 Robesonia 2 14 .135 The schedule Is: SATURDAY Gibraltar at Shoem&kcrsville. Shillington at Leesport. x Robesonia at Kutitown. Womelsdorf at Stony Creek. SUNDAY Shoemakersville at Leesport. " Stonv Creek at Kutztown. Shillington at Robesonia. Womelsdorf at Gibraltar. CAsuperqualityFelt $ in feather weight Summer W Early Fall $ortom, touring or Sportswear Desirable for the cool or showery Summer Days 623 PENN BY COMMON CONSENT 418 - 420 PENN ST. READING, PA. ail8JSlflal8168MBS88ggT81X B Plenty of plain white, with or without collar, or separate collar to match. $1.50 HELEN WILLS COPS' SINGLES BUT LOSES IN M IXEDDOUBLES Yankee' Girl Champion Meets With Surprising Defeat in . Paired Games at Essex MANCHESTER. Mass.. July 27 (!P) Miss Helen Wills easily defeated Miss Edith Cross, San Francisco, 6 - 1, 6 - 3, In the singles finals of the fourth annual Essex County Country club tournament today, but met with surprising defeat in the semi - finals of the mixed doubles. With her partner, Alan Herrington, Leland Stanford university, she was eliminated by Miss Marjorie Morrill, Dedham, and Benjamin Gorchakoff, Los Angeles, 6 - 4, 3 - 6, 6 - 1. . . Miss Morrill and Gorchakoff went on to defeat Mrs. George W. Weight - man Longwood and Prank Luce, Jr., Boston, in the finals of the mixed doubles, 6 - 3, 6 - 1. Their victory prevented a clean sweep of the tournament by California players, as Miss Cross and Mrs. L. A. Harper, Berkeley, Calif., won the women's doubles finals in straight sets from Mrs. J. Dallas Corbiere, Southboro, and Mrs. William Endicott, Boston, 6 - 3, 6 - 3. Miss Wills victory in the singles was a foregone conclusion although Miss Cross played beautifully and extended the national champion more than any other player she had met in the tournament: By her victory today Miss Wills won permanent possession of the Essex County Country :club trophy on which she already held two legs, but her trlumnh was somewhat marred by her defeat in the mixed doubles later in the day. EDICT FROM WEST POINT West Point officials announced re cently that no members of the plebe class would ne allowed to participate in varsity athletics this year. Plebes are to be limited to intramural sports, YOUNG STAGG PLAYS TENNIS Paul Stagg, son of Coach Alonzo A. .Staet? and a sophomore at Chi' cago, doesn't go for football like his cad does but he goes for tennis. Jpotfstef 3 STREET THE LEADING HATTER. Men'sWork PAIITS Sizes 14 to 17. ISlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSl LI MUril I U. S. Olympic Candidate Prepare for AMSTERDAM, July 27 (P) The International Amateur Athletic federation, at the opening session of its ninth congress, today neatly and diplomatically sidestepped the whole Charles Paddock case by adjourning lust before it reached that portion of its agenda dealing with amateur status questions and fixing August 6, the day after the completion of the Olympic track and field competition, for reconvening. The solons approved 31 worlds' record track and field performances, elected four new members, bringing the total up to 46, and listened to welcoming addresses by President J. S. Edstrom, of Sweden, Count Baillet Batour, president of the Belgium International Olympic committee, and Baron Schimmel Pennick, chairman of the Dutch Olympic committee, who is also burgomaster over the kaiser's retreat at Doom. Cubans Elected The election of the Cuban Athletic Union to federation membership was accomplished through the good offices of, the United States, whose chief delegate, Murray Hulbert, sponsored the application and made a personal request for prompt action because the Cubans plan to hold the pan - Ameri A Clothes Twi ce pClothing Sale - STARTING TODAY As has been our custom since we've been in business, twice a year and ticice - chyear only we reduce our prices. Starting today the entire Baerncopf & Embrce stock, with the exception of formal apparel, will be reduced twenty - five per cent. 25$ Takes In every qnc of our tropical suits..,, tropical worsted, triple twist and Warwick poplins. It also includes every three - piece suit and top coat of the following makes: Hirsh, Wick - wire, Society Brand and Schloss Brothers. No Reservations With the exception of formal dress as staled above the twenty - five per cent reduction is to be made on every garment in the shop. None of the so - called pick of the stock has been put aside for another season - there has been no bolstering of our present stock with inferior merchandise bought to sell at a price. In short, ours is a businesslike disposal of a carefully se - lected stock to make room for fall clothes. ' . Baerncopf & Embree Ready Tailored Clothes for Gentlemen 8 N. Sixth Otreet Grand March can Olympics In Havana In 1930 and therefore desire full International affiliations. ... All of the American competitors, except those who were exempted from parading because they are competing on Sunday, were given final marching orders for the grand procession which will be led by Clarence "Bud" Houser, the flagbearer, Johnny Weiss - muller and General Douglass Mac - Arthur. The American cylists who joined the team too late to be included In the distribution of Olympic equipment, obtained specially made uniforms through the personal efforts of their team manager, J. Fraysee, of Ridgefield, N. J. GERMAN OLYMPIC STAR OUT WITH LEG INJURY. AMSTERDAM, Holland. July 27 (IP) Dr. Friedrich Wichmann, crack German sprinter, who pulled a tendon in practice yesterday, was definitely declared out of Olympic competition tonipht. Wichmann was one of the favorites In both sprints and was anchor man of the great German 400 meter relay team. Shop for Men - Y, - a - il ear Redaction Hotel Penn.CI

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