The Selma Times-Journal from Selma, Alabama on October 4, 1928 · 8
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vW...4$,. VVAITE HOYT - olzokdatatoomwomet r , V TO CRIMSONS C1110 TEST, ade Has Only One More Day To Get Ready UNIVERSITY, Ala., Oct. 4.2Only ot more afternoon of practice is left r the Alabama mentor to put the Iishing touches on his machine be,tt it faces a fighting aggregation )m the University of Mississippi In a initial contest of the season. The ssissippl squad will arrive on the .al campus Friday in time for a tal workout on Denny Field. The itors began their menu last Sat-lay with a howling victory (we", University of Arkansas, when 1,--uncovered a brand of play that aoked of mid-season form. The -Alabama machine has deoped fast during the past week. or.the boys seem a to realize it the first is to be a gruelling itest and they are readyready give the invaders every ounce of ht they are capable pf. Improvent has. been noted especially in backfield. "Tony" Holm looms the scrimmages as a fitting suesor, to the great fullbacks Alaba. has produced in the past. e-tofore,' his best work has bgen ke as a ball carrier, but lately he 1 shown himself to be a tower of 2agth on the defensive. In a.ret practice he rnade more tackles alt his team mates combined. ks .will probably answer the stlei as field general of the start-eleven. Deal and Suther, sopho-e backs, will round out the rear 'ks. - Smith Out , sprained ankle took "Molev" th off the active list during early of the week. It is practically ai that he will not be able to e in the' "Ole Miss" affray. Mc, t looks like a good bet to fill tackle berth vacated by Smith. - ight 'and Edgar Dobbs have -en to-be among the most valu"finds' of the training period. bs, a mediocre freshman perer last year, has developed in t style and will in allprobability the call to fill the wing position esite Captain Earle Smith. How-another member of the 1927 y. Tide" is likely to step into melee Saturday, occupying a line EIVISON RATED GRID THREAT Cpdy Had Made--Itz. err: rtgerous Bunch ,-' - - ly HORACE C. RENEGAR ssociated Press Sports Writer LHOUN, S. C., Oct. C.Josh is bringing Clemson back with ngeance---the Tigers cannot be dered . pushovers any longer. - st,:year he beat many of the S. that formerly brushed the tt.side, This year he hopes for More success. urday he will have a chance to hrs third game of the season ;ncidentally make it two in as years over Auburn's Plains- The game will be played in labama village and Cody has n to expect another Victory. -1928 - Clemson team has exce and reserve strength. To his first lineup briefly, taking even from loft end down the finds Wood ruff, JltragillG, .117"resslei,--SiVofford, Hall and -4:ios---a forward wall possess weight. drive and experience p-many an offense. IVA be no ( wall. That 180 pounds or of brawn from end to end will rd to penetrate. the line, Pressley will be the Spring; . He was one of the enters In the conference last a - summarize. one may well obthat Cody has a rugged ready t .' Nothing sensational; no , coring machine or individual. ordination and the will to win. aterial , has not been all a could wish for but his "back old Clemson regime of cong" is,bringing the material and nother year he will be getting' fly of the prep stars as any. I .,... tILL-'4 - McgEatfrilp - Going into his sixth world series, Miller Huggins, manager of the New York Yankees, battles the St. Louiti Cardinals with one of the most crippled teams that ever appeared Tough Fight Ahead' In' Pro Tournament For Champion Hagen - BALTIMORE, Oct. 4.---(P)----Day by day the going is getting tougher for Walter Hagen in the National professional golf championship now in its quarter final round. A virtual unknown. Julian Blanton of Toledo, gave him a great run for his money yesterday and today 'the- Haig, champion for the last four .mats. faced the prospect of playing Diegel, Gene Sarazen and Al rrrinosa on successive days. The three.-like most of the other Pros. are getting a bit tired of seeing Sir Walter nonchantly romp off with the title year after year and would almost prefer beating him to winning the title if they had their choice. Unless Hagen plays considerably better than he did in winning from Blanton 2 up yesterday, be is apt to find hiniseIC in considerable trouble against any of these three veterans. But Hagen has a way of rising to occasions And he still is a heavy favorite for the crown. Rockne,Grid Strategy Spreads Over Big Ten CHICAGO, Oct. 4.MKnute Rockne's football strategy, which calls for numerous substitutions and the Inevitable "shock -troops" If needed, is spreading about the Big - Co Itch Bobert Zuppke4 used the plan last year as his Illinois team won the conference championship, and now Wisconsin has adopted it So severe is Wisconsin's schedule this year, Coach Glen Thistlethwaite announced, that he does not plan to place all of Wisconsin's hopes on a single "first" team. Instead, three' full "first" teams will be ready for action and substitutions will be many. Notre Dame may feel the force of this change of policy Saturday as it clashes with the Badgers at Madison in the most important game in the conference. Minnesota lost two more prospects yesterday when Al Arsenault and Earl Callender, tacks, were ruled ineligible. Both are sophomores. 1 ly -or tne prep stars as any. Judging by the success the gray- . haired pitchers have had this year. Leiribering another series:Th'e Ina. training .campe in spring are uts playems are having' theiri going to look like a Grand Army glued on this year. . - . encampment. THE SEEMWTVIES-IQUiVAL:, THGRsDAY,.ocroBER 4, -028" in the classic. The rather forlorn hopes of the American league champions are placed in Babe Ruth, playing In his ninth series, Sand in Waite Hoyt, the Only reliable member of By NFA Service NEW ORLEANS, La., Oct. 4. To say the least. Tulane's football eleven Should be better this fall than It vas in 1927 when the Greenies lost practically all of its important games except the annual game to Louisiana State. - One- finds many reasons for this optimism in the -camp of the Greenyiji be Bernie Bierman's second yeat' as coach. The material is better and more -experienced and more acquainted -with Bierman's system of coaching. Bierman is a Minnesota graduate. but has been coaching southern football for several years. He was assistant to Clark Shaughnessy at Tulane in 1925 and later head coach at Mississippi A. and M. before re The melancholy days are almost here when sporting editors receive letters beginning with, 'Permit me to call your attention to Willie :Keeler's feat in playing the whole season without striking out. " We are now wondering what became of the Weisenheimers predicted a couple of weeks ,digo that the Athletics would win the pennant- because the other teams In the league would rather see them cop than the Yanks. In selecting his all-star team this season. O'Goofty wants to be sure to have Clark Griffith to buy and sell the players. Its a good thing Altrock is with Washingon. Griff probably would trade Bucky Harris, Goose Goslin and Joe Judge for him. St. Louis crowds during the last few days of the National League chase, ran between 40.000 and 60,- 000. Just as a tip to Sam Breadon he'd better make 'room for 1.000,000 for the first game that old Aleck pitches against the tanks. - MP111101whiPoOP01110k , Rousing Democratic Rally And Public Speaking Senator T. H. Carraway, of Arkansas, an orator of nation-wide reputat. tion, and colleague of Senator Joe Rob:nson, vice presidential Democratic Nominee, will address the Democracy of Central Alabama in Selma at the k i JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL t . Friday Night, Oct. 5 , , verybody cordially invited. Come out and hear one of the outstanding leaders of the nation discuss the vital issues of the campaign. ., i Speaking begins at 8 o'clock. . r) Paid Political Advertisement By Dallas County Democratic Club ...,,,,,,mocry-u-grwilt-,- - ve- ?,X Pr7Pm-lr''12",ror 7171...77"rrill...".11.."In. adtio :BABE RUTH - - HIS NINTI4 WORLD the pitching. staff. Bill McKechnie, having led the Pittsburgh Pirates into one series, is having his second experience with the St. Louis Cardinals. His team is turning as head coach at Tulane. He knows his football and knows how to, impart his knowledge to his squad.' The Greenies will be captained this year by Charles Rucker, a big fellow from Arkansas who is an experienced tackle. Rucker weighs 210 pounds and stands six feet four inches-tall. He was one of the most dependable linemen on the squad last year and is expected to show great improvement in his work this fall. He lives at Pine Bluff. Billy Banker, who last year ran 90 yards for a touchdown against Georgia Tech, is the young man around whorn the' team is built this fall. He was one of the best halfbacks in the south as a sophomore In 1927. Cat Boarding House Is Paris Innovation , PARIS, Oct. 4.--(1P)The cats' boarding house solves the problem of many Parisians who don't know what to do with the household pet when they take the month's vacation which every Frenchman regards as a- birthright. - For four -francs (16 cents) -a, day Madame Blanche takes fotir-footed boarders. making a living at her favorite occupation of handling cats. Sbe likes them and they seem to enjoy her company. Her business Isn't big yet but news of her institution is spreading. and just now her apartment Is full of all kinds of cats, Angoras, Siamese and the alley variety. Synthetic Liquors - - Popular In London LONDON. Oct. 4.(iP)--The British government has taxed whisky and other liquors so highly that poorer classes are drinking methylated spirits despite the increasing , number of deaths and cases of in-'sanity. It costs about $3 for a bottle of whisky In England and of this. about VI Is governmental tax. On the other hand a substantial amount of , methylated spirits can be obtained Ifor about 12 cents. That much will , cause intoxication. I Many addicts have recently become insane and the British press 33 beginning to throw the spotlight ' Jr publicity on th.e situation. 1 Scientists Seek Cure T 1 6.".1V111401.0 1.0.LA...516 ,0,,AA, : - i' For City Street Noise p 1 LONDON, Oct. 4,(R)----Dritish L; ! scientists and poted men in other l';1' fields have turned their attention to 1 the elimination of the nerve-racking clamor of city streets. 1 'the booming, clanging, clashing. - w"tz- 1 ;' Tstling, trumpeting, honk . , ing Oat- i, tering, buzzing anclbanging which 4 I!-,, has se obecome o n In t htheostreets m ueh nf for htthand day P Londoners who visit New York le- rii clare they would not live in the k Amesican metropolis because of the din of the city. Di fact, however, :' New Yorkers who come to London say the same thing. London prob- $, ably suffers from much more noise ' from the streets than New York. There are several reasons for it. , 4 London's streets 8.re narrow and ... wiry:ling and the motorist's view is I' dangerously blocked at Intersections. t in good shape and with a.pitching staff headed by Grover Alexander, a world series hero, he is expected to win the series in not more than six games. CHICAGO, Oct. 4.--(iP)--Joe Mc- Johnston. Sacrifices, W a t k I n s Carthy's Cubs were one up today on Lena Blackburne's White Sox in Walleer, Barnes. Stolen bases, Hock Selph. Left- on base, Houston 9 their annual battle for the baseball Birmingham 7. Double play, pee championship of Chicago. to Jonnard. Struck out by Barnei With Pat Malone blinding the op- 7; by Wells 4; by Lindsey 1. Twc nnsition with his speed ball, the hits off Lindsey in 1-3 Innings; 11 Cubs needed only the first Inning to hits and three runs off Wells in I in the first galne of the series, 3 Innings. Umpires, Kane, Williams to 0, before more than 25,000 yesterBarr Brennan. Time: 2:08. day. Malone was in great form, al- . , lowing only five scattered hits and ,only one of Blackburne's men got Mar. ' mner ms Fight to third. Urban "Red" Faber, the south- siders' pitching patriarch, was the By Sturdy Gamenes! victim of the game even ChGugh he - - -- ---- - - - - pitched only two-thirds of An In- PEOlkIA, Ill., Oct. 4.--(JP)--Les fling. A pass to English, doubles by Marriner, sturdy Illinois heavyKiki Cuyler and Charley Grimm, and weight, has given one of the best a single by Hack Wilson brought in 1 demonstrations of gameness ever the cluster of runs. Grady Adkins seen In the ring. and. George Connally, who relieved' After being floored for a count of him, allowed only three hits between nine three times In three rounds in them. , . his bout with George Gemas of Cubs Take Opener Of Chicago Series And So His Face Was Utterly Ruined r,ffi. -i: , n I 11-vvr's RGT FELLA ..TAKE YouR Ctioice., ITS EITKER OLD COLDS FOR You Mom NOW - OR SUIC,ID 1-4 t Housroly TAKES TITLE BY 4TH STRAIGHT Buffs Defeat Barons 5 to 1 And Win Crown Of Dixie; , Players Divide $39,486.60 For Work In Championship Games ' ., BIRMINGHAM, Oct . 4.--tPlFour straight lvictories for the Houston Buffaloes today were the rungs in their march to the mythical base-bail championship of the south at the expense -of the Birmingham Barons. They won the title in the sixth g ame of the' Dixie series yesterdaY 5 to 1, by taking advantage of Baron KENNy sTARs 11 bobbies, and playing heads up base- ball. Birmingham took the first two games here and appeared well on liDGENTINEs 1:111, the road to a fairly easy triumph, when a trip to Houston revealed a jinx in the bat bag. Houston won the three home games, and than came back here to pile up the fourth qififiNn riATTI r and last game. I The players, who shared in the receipts of the first four games only, divided $39.48660, the clubs splits $49,586.22, and the leagues $11,009.4- 09. Total receipts were $110,091. The box Score: 'HOUSTON R. H. PO. A. H Rock, 3b. 5 .1 1 0 1 0 Selph, 2b. 4 2 4 2 1 0 Worthington, rt. 5 1 3 1 0 0 Watkins, cf. 4 0 1 2 0 0 Peel, If, 4 0 0 1 0 Schubla, es. .. . 4 1 1 4 1 1 Jonnard, c. 4. 0 1 9 0 0 Walker, lb. 3 0 2 5 0 0 Lindsey, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Barnes, p. 3.0 1 0 0 0 Totals 37 5 14 27 4 1 BARONS: AB. R. H. PO: A. E. Simons, If. 4 0 0 2 0 0 Stewart, 2b. 4 0 1 3 1 0 Johnston, 3b. 4 1 3 1 2 0 Bigelow, rf. 4 0 0 2. 0 0 Yaryan, C. 4 0 2 6 0 0 Francis, 7. - 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rosenfeld, cf. 4 0 1 4 1 0 Smith, ss. 4 0 1 3 2 1 Shirley, lb. 4 0 0 5 0 1 Wells, p. 2 0 0 1 1 1 Ballenger, zz 1 0 0 0 ,0 0 Judd, p. 0 0 0 00 0 Totals 35 1 8 27 7 3 zzBatted for Wells in 8th. zRan for Yaryan in 9th. Houston 011 100 002-5 Birmingham 000 000 001-1 Summary: Two base hits, Walker 2, Smith,Johnston, Three base'hits, Worthington. Home runs, Selph and Johnston. Sacrifices, Wa t kin S. Walk's'', Barnes. Stolen bases, Hock, Selph. Left' on base, Houston 9; Birmingham 7. Double playS, Bed to Jonnard. Struck out by Barnes 7; by Wells 4; by Lindsey 1. Two hits off Lindsey in 1-3 innings: 11 hits and three runs off Wells in 8 Innings. Umpires, Kane, Williams, Barr, Brennan. Time: 2:08. Marinner Wins Fight By Sturdy Gameness PEORIA, III., Oct. 4.--(JP)--Les Marriner, sturdy Illinois heavyweight, has given one of the best demonstrations of gameness ever seen In the ring. After being floored for a count of nine three times In three rounds in Give 1-11M AM oLD cc:4)1.z. TONY, WH(LE HE. STILL '14AS oN FACQ., NOT 11 COUGH IN A CAP-' LOAD KENNY STARS IS IIRCENTINES 111IN SECOND BATTLE American Po loists 'Beaten By 10 to 7 Score , - NEW YORK, Oct.4.--(W)Threatened with displacément from the Argentine team after It defeat in the first game of the,series for the polo championship of the Americas, Arturo Kenny, young South American No. 1, has earned for himself a place on the honor roll of international polo. Kenny seemed to be the weak link In the Argentine four when it lost the opener, but when the four horsemen of the pampas came back yesterday to ride rough shed, ovenwthe 11Vted States to win 10 td 7 and even the series, Kenny was, perhaps, the most brilliant of the four stars. The Argentine forward i scored five of his team's goals and helped paved the way for several others. Captain Jack NerSon, No. 2, scored thi-ee more while John Miles and Lewis Lacey helped the cause by fine work both on' the offensive and the defense. The United States "Big Four," however, fell below the form displayed in its brilliant opening victory. The Americans' team work was poor and their hitting erratic. Philadelphia last night, Marriner discovered his right hand had been broken. Refusing to heed suggestions of his seconds that he .quit, he fought on with such determination that he won the judges' decision, knocking his ' opponent -down 11 times. MarrIner will be out of the ring for six weeks oil more as the result of the injury, his trainer announced. TL WIN SEE )Z TIMES Yv COUGH, 4EEXA TtmE i CUT You FACE!! PLEASE, I 5HAVA YOU, No , . ,. . ,t,1 8,..., The Smoother and Better (d-zgarette -- , , blt nt4sotr . . 1 , i in a .. not a cough 'earl 'a d o . or ., - ..,,A.,....1..-- . ...s....., , it. i . . 0 P. Lefialed C. Est 1701) - )t ---- . -- - 1 . --ii' .:716- ----,-....:....;. - - 11 ,,,),, .:, -- . r, -- . EASTERN TEAMS MI PLAY HARD IN INN GAL1ES Big Boys Taking No Chances pf Upsets NEW YORK, Oct. 4.---(JP)----The fireworks are- due to start early in this season's football campaign in the east. On every hand coaches are abandoning 'the old idea of using only the simple formations in the early season games and are working hard to develop their best scoring plays. 4 Only Tuss McLaughry at Brown has indicated his intenlion of using only straight football tactics in the , opener against Worcester Poly Saturday The bigger colleges, inspired perhaps by the ever-increasing dangr - of defeat at the hands of minor op-- ponents, are preparing to take to the - air at 0- very start. Army. Tale. Princeton and Dartmouth all aro working on their passing offense. Harvard, threatened by Etil aerial attack by its first game .opponent. Springfield, worked on a defense-against the pass. ' , The program for the rest of the week for most of the eastern cot-legs is to take it easy and not risk Injuries. After yesterday's long scrimmages, few coaches have scheduled hand to hand, encounters with the scrubs before the games Satur-. - - BENDERSKY',Si Sells What You, Want ..1Art:E 1111 Ala. Ave.- 1 Two French Stars Lose In Tourney , LOS "ANGELES., Oct. - 4. IIP)--A group of. California, tennis stars to- day had cut down the distance to the titles in the Pacific southwest championships and vvith it some their most formidable opponents, in.. cluding two recqueters of the French Davis. Cup team. But the big threat of Henri Cochet, French ace, still predominated despite the defeats of his two companions, Pierre Landry in the singles and Landry and Christian Boussus In the doubles. The quarter finals of the singles competition found three Californians, an eastertfei and Cochet as tho$, favorites. They were Alan Herring- ton, former Stanford University star, Gerald Stratford. California doubles champion, and John Doeg, of Santa Monica, Cal., and John Van - - former Princeton University tennis captain. H PLAY BALL Red Grange Knute K. Roclme and other Footballs, - Helmets, Etc. - - Basket Balls, Volley Balls, Soccer Balls, Striking Bags Boxing Gloves - - - Sport Wrist Watches $3.15 up By' BRIGGS 1.41. I The Bert , I If Just tell it 1( chec sert 3( dont Cara Fun. W spac Se 60o sso lecth for thost date for a TRA Th 4 book ' wilt telep lance Th respc moor Vona rice morn TO 1 VVi hand lag. ,.over To and partn ' BEST , Allah Seim DUKE Ingto ttADIO expel for A Radio Bird '.1111.".17)E". , in F. prom Blue Bros.( ONE Sp c bar, sale ties WRE( , and -161 FREE - . Nig, 3--E WELL 'Pa) at a lars Son, rent. Phom FOR R - Mrs. STOR derc Court' berg. I 113 Si of Lay W. St (1mm, Dv 'V (spani Dw( Dwt 1 Apa SI Stor Stor & 7F( TOR E merit lloz , . - . t ... , yr- - r4t Ai 1....4.44,14W. I - . . . . . , , ... , . - . .i , . . . .--- 1 . . . , . 1. ,,, , , .0. moor ..domminolmenmidditonomsd . ( O' .. , , ,, -.;,,.4-gf. . ' .1 ) FA. , ' s ' 1 1 - is .. ,, , ger: .. :: Alb.. I, .1',0 - .. . . ... e ...' 11;: ' ""Nr. ; ''''- tal"" 4.!.411 :i ' . 't -. A .- , . ' , ?OUSTONTA4KES TITLE EASTERN TEAMS A mg iF , ' ----1-.1 - ' . ' . , - . lY 4TH WIN 1 PLAY HARD ' , STRAIGHT , . . , ...... , Iffs Defeat Barons 5 to 1 And Win Crowd, Of Dixie; m riNoli slims , 11, , . Players Divide - $39,486.60 , For , Work , , In Championship Games ' , - , filsIL . 'BIRMINGHAM, Oct . 4.(P)Four straight krictories for the Hous- , h . I Buffaloes today were the rungs in their march to the mythical base- Big Boys Taking No C . . - 0 championship of the south at the expense -of the Birmingham ances '. pf Upsets , - , ', , ,. - rhey won the title in the sixth , , NEW YORK,- OcL 4.--(115)----The me of the' Dixie series yesterdaY fireworks are- due to start early lit CO 1, by taking advantage of Baron NNy sTARs As this season's football campaign In - ;Wes, and playing heads up base- the east. On every hand coaches are abandoning the old idea of using ' 3irmingham took the first two only the simple formations in the nes here and appeared well on liDgENTIN road to a fairly ease triumph, I early as hard stesdoen games p ;haelnrd best working scoring - , en a trip to Houston revealed a plays. ' . , 0 in the bat bag. Houston won Only Tuss McLaughry at Brown , three home games, and then ft has indicated his interetion of using , I rie back here to pile up the fourth t only straight football tactics in the ,' I I last game. opener against Worcester Poly Sat- I The players, who shared in the t eipts of the first fourt games only, , - The bigger colleges, Inspired per- t ided 339.486.60, the clubs seta, haps by the ever-increasing dangrr ' , - 586.22 and the leagues $11,009.4- American Poloists Beaten By of defeat at the hands of mlnor-op-- - Total receipts were $110,091. 10 to 7 Score , penents, are preparing to take to the t I 'he box score: air at ti-, very start. Army, Tale.' i USTON AB. R. H. PO. A E NEW YORK, Oct. 4.(W)--Threat- Princeton and Dartmouth all era t ,-10, 3b. 5 .1. 1 0 1 0 ened with displacement from the working on their passing offense. I ph, 2b. 4 2 4 2 -1 0 Argentine team after its defeat In Harvard, threatened by a-n aerial at- rthington, rf. 5 1 3 1 0 0 the first game of the,series for the tack by its first game .opponent. 2 tkins, cf. . 4 0 1 2 0 0 polo championship of the Americas. Springfield, worked on s . defense- I I, If 4 0 0 ri 1 0 Arturo Kenny, young South Amer- against the pass. ' , . 1 Lubla, ss. .. . - 4 1 1 4 1 1 lean No. 1, has earned for himself The program for the rest of the , I nard, c. 4. 0 1 9 0 0 a place on the honor roll of Interne- week for most of the eastern colr lker, lb 3 0 2 5 0 0 tional polo. ' - - leges is to take it easy and not risk 1 dsey, p 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 Kenny seemed to be the weak lin k injuries. After yesterday's , long 3 0 1 0 0 0 in the Argentine four when it lost scrimmages, few coaches have eche- -nes, p. duled hand to hand, encounters with the opener, but when the four horse- 'otals 37 5 14 27 4 1 yes. the scrubs before the games Satur-,, I ' men of the p 1 ampas came back , ---- ---- - - -- -- - . terday to ride rough sheid, over.-the RONS:' AB. R. H. PO: A E INted States to win 10 td 7 and ,t - tons, If. 4 0 0 2 0 0 even the series, Kenny was, perhaps, wart, 2b. 4 0 1 3 1 0 the most brilliant of the four stars. TWO French Stars: 1 ' - i tnston, 3b. ..., 4 1 3 1 2 0 The Argentine forward 4 scored - . L I T elms-, rf. ......- 4 0 0 2. 0 ö I) five of his team's goals and' helped ,, ose' n ourner aid 7, 'yan, c. 4 0 2 6 0 paved the way for several others. , , , . , S Oct. 4 .' (, e)--A . s, 4-1 0 0 0 0 0 ' Captain Jack NeNon, No. 2, scored LOS -ANGELE , enteld, cf. 4 0 1 4 1 ö three more group of. California, tennis stars to- while John Miles and :.- to : ith, ss. 401321 Lewis Lacey helped the day had cut down the distance t cause by ,...,-. t st rley, lb. 4 0 0 5 0 I fine work both on' the offensive and the titles in the Pacific southwest championships and with it Borne 04 us, p. 200111 the defense. , 4 0 - their most formidable obhniege Fnttrhse,raeirnatir . , :' The United States "Big Four," Davis ld ge at wp otereacmq u eptue rts the big 0 () however, fell below the form dis- DI rIlde,rigpe.r, zz 01 00 00 00 , '00 played in its brilliant opening vic- 1 of Henri Cochet French ace, still rotals was poor p a aTrh The and mtehreiicra nhsi" t tithega me r rwaotirel0 predominated dapits the defeats of 0 .-- .0 ill21 his two companions, Pierre Landry 0 ,.zRP,aaat t teadr for y a rWells 5h ilain 02t8ht2h7. 7 2- . : illStbri 011 100 002-5 in the singles and Landry and Chris- t ," I rmingham 000 000 001-1 Philadelphia last night, Marriner tian Boussus in the doubles. ' 3 discovered his right hand had been The quarter finals of the singles 3ummary: Two base hits, Walker broken. Refusing to heed - competition found three Californ- Smith, Johnston, Three base'hits, tions of his seconds that he.quit, he fans, an easterner" and Cochet as ths$, ' trthington. Home runs, Selph and fought on with such determination favorites. They were Alan Herring- Inston. Sacrifices, W a t k I n S. that he won the judges' decision, ton, former Stanford University star, Ik'er, Barnes. Stolen bases, Hock, knocking his ' opponent -down 11 Gerald Stratford, California doubles , . timMeas.rriner will be out of the ring Monica, Cal., and John Van - Ryn, ' ,' - champion, and John Doeg, of Santa - n Double 1, e Houston plays, peel 9 ; pmhi.nghLaemft-7o. ..... Jonnard. Struck out by Barnes for six weeks os more as the result former Princeton University ' tennis of the injury, his trainer announced. captain. . : r I by Wells reLindsey b by Lindsey i 3 Innings; iot 1 '- 3 ; and three runs off Wells in 8 -. !rigs. Umpires, Kane, Williams, ,, . 3 - rennan. Time: 2:08. . r B , ' PLAY BALL - ' - - , Red Grange,8c Knute K. Roclme and other Footballs, ar ...., :inner Ilihis Fight AMMO Helmets, Etc. - . -' - ' ' B Basket Balls, Vol,leyEBoxina.11s, Soccer Balls, Striking Bags , - g Gloves -- ---- - -: - - A , - - 01 , By Sturdy Gameness ,E0kIA, Ill., Oct. 4.(JP)Les Sport Wrist Watches' $3.15 up - . rriner, sturdy Illinois heavy- ght, has given one of the best I '4-"Y . lonstrations of gameness , , ever tl BENDERSKY a ew,,t4i, ' : , , ' - a in the ring. , Sells What You, Want triZTE7.4-11 t ..-., .fter being floored for a count of W 3 three times in three rounds in 111 Ala. Ave.- 1 ilnhAlt-1-wAr-u-; bout with George Gemas of - , ... ' ' Vas Utterly ' : '-' BiBRIGGS , . , Ff , , , ely' Ruined L . : : . . . 1 . . a "Maley" ng early actically able to ly. Met to fill r Smith. Going into is have Miller Huggii st vaiu York Yankee period. Cardinals wi an per- crippled tear oped in , )babilitv position' Tough F h. How-le 1927 In' Pro :ep into g a line For Cl BALTIMOI I tboyr dua3,:alttheer gI in its quarter A virtual i ton of Toledo EAT for his mane the Haig, cha ,-:N.,-. ; 's. faced t - ,.....,0. AN1F Mzert - Diegel, , rill' n osa on - - three. like in are getting a ;AR Walter nonchi title year aft; rittr - most prefer b the title if th .Josh Unless Hag :!k with 1 ' , .' I ,, ; ' . . I 3 1 -,' I ; I. fll 'Al ' 4 - ': i t , 1 : 1 I 4' ---- S -.,-----,-.---- -r. nr - -. , . ,. . :. . . , . -I , , ' . :THE SEEMW TIAIES-JOIJRN.ASDAY0 OCTOBER 4, -1,928- r: 7' - - ' Awe , . , . , , , . . d . , , . - . . . - - ' , , , -, , - - - - , . , . , - - '''- - - . . . ...., ..., , , , . . , , . , - , , Iii ,. ;', ' ,' . 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Al .: '; ,3 , 41144ria - - ..... . .1. - ' ' -----1- .- , . . - - , 142 - lif , 1.1.1:' . . . . . . . . . ,, ly SIII4k. , - , . , :. ...a, , .., , . . , . , , .,. . :::'4 ,- .. . , , , . . , , 0 , . , , , , . , . , ,, , , . s p TO - e,,,,,.: ' ' ' , ,H : i!!!!!!1!111 D s HOUSTON TAKES TIT LE 1111111-: , - TH ,STRAIGHT WIN ::::::., . .. - -!- la I , ''''''' III! ,!i 11;;;;;;;LI -.1111111 1.1 - , , 11 II I 11 '11 1t n o li':ti Buffs Defeat Barons 5 to 1 And Vim n Crown, Of - Dixie; - A 11";;:-::;;;; , players Di .de $39 486 60 , For Work - 1111 1111111111 92S Ed it i IN '1111E. I '''' MI 11111 In, Charn-PionshiP Gt111.!s .., - . '''' '''' '' ''''''''''''''' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii - , , .34tliata'.7s;:', 4,,...:. ., .s .. BIRMINGHAM, Oct. 4.--VP)--Four straight krictories for the Hous- Vi.:4:1.0...:4:;-..-4:', ,,, 11.11.0 i ',.-. ------ '111PliiIiiiiT), '1?i',-' ...... .. '.111111,1111.qh.iiligl.iii.H11011111;i:,-yolilliiiiihiii:iiiii1111111-: ,y,iii,;;,,,-,,,,i,lp,,i,y111,,,,,,,;i11. 0,,, 111 ,, ..... :::.1:..,,t,,111,!, . . , ,, ,,,, ton Buffaloes today ..L, were the rungs in their march to the mythical base til.41.14.,.,:''',,,j?I'llii; '''' .. .. ...... . ON-v.4,:,.111,111 '11'. 1 1 11,111-1 11!!!!::::::i.lipi'"!:!!!::.".!':!!: ............ : 1,1!1:;,... '-.: S.',.' :., . 14-6 c- -6-1 tki',3 - - -- - - EbaV champinnship of the south at r-the . epensa,,--of , the .Birmingham 7': .t -- , r iir.::::-.:''. I 1 ... ';.'.:' ''',',' ,';';',"" - - - . 5 Mci(ECUAIIE: .,..i:,,':'1,11 ,4'. Ts.. j 11 11:1111111111.1. ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ill:1111111111 111.1.!!!!::0,!Iii!!!!!!!!! '' ''''' '' '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' J'''''''''....,14,f:e:...,.:,,,...4,:.,,C141.. '' - ' aTrhnes: pi .,.,,..rTs,x:',:',',AZ,,,,,,t,,,,.. . ::,.., won the' dile- in the sixf'h cf . - - game of the' Dixie series ysterd'ay . 5 to I, by taking advantage of Baron Is fire thil '4' ' 't. ' , I 'PI 1 111., ilht, Li. : 11!i'lL lk;;;::,,,1 iii,i; , .::,:,:::idrzli ....,. . ' k'' 1114441''''''': 111.- 11111 111111 1111111 11111:111111111111PHfli1111111111 '1141" ' N77'' , A- .. L. i ' ;:"...:. " ' - .. r...,,k, ,,,...,.:..,,,7..,,,,,.,.,.:. ,.:..,,,,:::,...:,.,,,i,..,:,,.., ,,.c!,,,4,:... ,:: . ,,,::..:.....t::: 1 the road to a fairly ea , triumph ...;:: t , bobbies, and playing heads up base- KEN N y sTARs As ball. - - Birmingham took the first two ''. ' . ..1',.....,,.- l':.'..',:i's. .: 'N. s- vs,',::-::'i'-- -v'.4 ;':, :,,,,,,:::i:4, ::,:-;:,,K:A4::iizt. games- here and appeared well on 11 ''',: ''.", '.... k A when a trio to Houston revealed a r k40VROMR,:,.-,:'"'VZ- - .',.-, '..'ses'Allsz...p':':: ::.:::....-,:: AOS,..... , sS, tli00'.-4Z'?.;i:..Wt.i.,. . L... .,."..;f:Ci.. '::::: .. ' ',. ;:, 1 1111,,INTINIS VII the aim onl Aear bar. , n,- :,-.:,K,-:,ii::'":44.N.3. y::.:3N, :.: ,:,: x :-,;,......,,:.:,..!'.,:nNm - u'..gs,,,,,1'i M ,,I.-A'.:;:,ii'-'::':-i';?,,,,IC1 -bat bag. Houston won jinx in the 11111WInill I 111111LU 1111111111 I - .. v , , tx,,,, -,, :::i,f,A ,s,.::,,.. Y - " ''''. '4t ( ',..f:-::i1;?:' ):::..1'.'sll.... , :: 4 the three home games, and thon , sEcnmo BATTLE .. 1 .:, ..,:.,,,,:.11:N..:.,x::.:...,.. , ..,.., N1,,,, .,ii:.,:wt.o.:4.:,:.,.....,4..;,,,. , came back here to pile up the fourth ,8it -- 4'1'14 ,k,',kilvti -':-, -...,,, . .. e,,,,ii,,z,,, ..,. . ; :.4iif ...:: 1,,..,:,...:,4,,,,.:,..::..,,!, s...,.. 43'.., :::,:.:',,,,,,,,,,.... iNe..7:wotc..' -,:x.okig - ,,.::, , - - .'.:T..i'.. .:.e,,,...."....!w :.4. ......-......::,;" NA and last game. , - , : , - - -,:, ':.:.,:',...': ,,,,C-.',.:.-:',J -;',,,' 4,.. .,',$yi,i,:ig,i-'0,...,;.,...6iiiiAW-,. s-, ,,. :,.........,. ,Kzw.,:v14is;$ -..-,3,:, I . The aerS ho shared n the e y; w i ,1111 . fi , i t f the first fourt games only, ' , , . GRovirt, - '.:.4,, . ''':'::'-71.,:::-.?; - - - - - IS: ', M ';::.':':.'''....','.'...:-;;''::.0e.:..Nes:.Fg :Ift.,.:,..7.- -,;;;, ";,7!-'N':-.zif..,41, .:'fia, . ' 1 , .. 9d d d 3 .486. l 60, the ue clubs sPlif. - t'.4" 'i'''''''-', -, ;:- ,-.-,,.:(,.:;,.'i..4A1,,::,,'V.:.':':,:i,-,i;ft-':-- ,; if:flf-..,:,-.,':;W-..,:.,:,.,:s:r.',V$14. .,..,..-4-',.,--ii::, .., .. ,i: .,. ::. ;.,,...:,-:,.Ik.:,,,, .:.Y',,..w::,:,:.,,-,,:,,,-- . i,--i--i,',,,,--',403,--,--,4,.s: receipts ,os - $48 586 22 and the eags $11,009.4- American Póloists Beaten By AL E XA N DER, ,,,,....,, ..... ..:, -..,:-.4.!.Z.,..:;.. - :---.,. .,: '.-:7v, ,,,,,(: ?.,i::--;i,-i,,::: :. .i.,,,:; . ,, tiii- ' ' ' - 110 t e 091 -,, 10 o 7 Score ,,- : -- - '- l' - . . -- . ,,:' ' ai.4 : :,- ; -,: ',.:;,,liti,.$ ...,:, -: - :- -i74.,711.W.,...,c :,g:4:.-.NsT-,., '':.i? - ' '4;:::.;:.,,:,A',-,1:.:.,:,:::,:',.. - ,,a- . , , .. , 09. - Total receipts u ei e $ , . - . , , ::,p: ., ,,,,,,,-;:i, ':"-::'':::s: :::;' '-,'::' vi'.,:: :',:ffil,,,:-::.:.::i,: ,:-:,:: -;" , , The box score; HETAMED THE F. 4::;e'..:.,.: ......! -, - letitt' ''&1 - .:::,,::m:i.i:::,,,,;:,:,::::,::?i::::::?,:::::?ii:.:,,,?I :....-,;:.:i':-:.:i ;i : :- :::::.:. .... 1 0 usToN , AB. R.H. PO. A: E , ,. N E w YORK, Oct. 4.-,Threat --Threaf- ... ,. .z.,...- ..,.::: ,,:- :,,,....,,,,,,,.... ..,,,,i ,,.,,,.,..:1,,wim,:::-.-,..:e:,-,.,,..,,,::::,1:,:,:i,-,n,'.,::::',:::4 ,s,.,i,-.,:,-.,,,.,,.,..:-.....,.;-.....,.,,,-,:...f.,,,,..r,,,,,--,..? , 'YANKS IN , 1 :,,:::4:si, :..,..-,,,, :IiiNt 4ev. ::!----:::::,::,,i:::,.,,,.::,i::,:-4:,:..::;.0 . ::,,,.,::,:...ei5.:::.i,E,1 i:,-:ff,-,,.,,:;:: . , ..-:,-.i:::1::. :,,g ' Hock, 3b. - 5 .1 1 0 '1 0 ened with, displacement from the , --x-'-, ee-': -', :,4 ::.,:::,,,:,.:.::i:x,,::,.:4,::",,,,:-,',,.,:::.:::i:::,,..... :;;;:.:,,:,:-.,, .,,,,-,:.:,..: ....,,,,A,:- 1926.'4 - :':::c14. ..-.'. ',,A, -'-- K ,...:,,::.c ,,-,.:;.,:,..::-,..: ..1km,m1.04;'..,,:,.. ::..D .:.::,-,i-,,ii4n::,:. ,.,;, :::.:'-.-:,4 ,....,,...: . Selph, 2b. 4 2 4 2 -1 0 Argentine team after. Its defeat in . , ,'-,,,itiit , - '.,,,,I , s--::::1,.,-.!.:.,:.1..,-.1:.,.,,:iis.Ki:::::4,..,,,..,''."'"::::'.-':...:,,,,,i4.,t,..,.,4!:.,..i.,.,:,,,:,:,...-. '.:-.:' klig-':,, :,:,,.-.4,,.,,..,; !r,,,:........i,,i.",-., W HOYT .,.:,7.7:;,, iVA i TE gt , - ,.. ,;A-,- .:.: ,:ttz. ':?:'. :::k:i:ii,,:i:i,',7-:,-,77',eif :...:::::::i' -4::i--f,' .0 ,:i- !..J '''.7:-T l, 1,17orthin on, rf. 5 1 3 1 0 0 the first game of the series for the Peel If cf . . 4 4 0 0 , 0 1 i 2 1 0 0 Arturo haurcoKmepninosh ynylopunogf tshoeutlmiAermicears.,. 1 :.,:-....)tak-.70 ..,..,..-.,:s-v, -,.:,.N.:.:;-i-,A.4,,,,-i,-.Af,,,,,,.....-,::,:::-..-.,::-r 3.?-; .!.,.,..4.1.'.-3.'... ; . .4:.: ''''' ', , . ... -.: ,,' Iii .., s,,.,s.. .,A..,::,:..0AN,,::,.4,-;,1 :.1.:. ::::-.11,,:.,:,,.i, -.:....i:;, ..., ---- 0 ::.::',..:. 14,10e: 40:::' .4,, i,.,- A' ::'','''':A::::,.::,:'".':',!:,-::AWA:,:,i'.:V '':'''.0.i'...4:;:f - "::'-'; 4:..:: . '..0:':.'''''''1M'' :V0::;:K'' 14414.... 0.:::::1114 A:'!:!4:1 MAINSTAY OF . UAL.,:titk-,.., Y1'!,;' ;ii:-,,:-:.:-:$:, ., - .. '",i,:::,, :.,,,,,,,,,...". .,:,,f,n.,.:::,:::,:,,,,. -:4..., .: .. :,,,,,,,,,,t0C,; Ti-i E NIAN KEE , . k....4, wscahlukbelra: c 4 0 1 9 0 0 a p llas.s. .. -- . 4 1 1 4 -1 1 lean No. 1, has earned for himself Jonnard, . . 'lace on the honor roll of interne - 3 0 2 5 0 0 tional polo. - ' ---, - '''''', I.:,:.7,, ,:::,:,:,,::.,..,,,..-..:,:,,:,.,:.:.,.,,,, .:-.:-.,-.-,TH.:.,...,,-;..;.- ,,:...,..,::.,.:...: ,.,,:.:.:..,...... -!..,.,;,,,,, :,,..r.u,,.,.;:::.:...:..:::,, ...PITCH ;NG STAFF t LindseY, p 0 00 0.0 0 - -- --,-- 3.01000 Kenny seemed to be the we-ak link t , , . t!!!!!!'"''' ' '-'''''''''' .. - ''':''':':- -, ;Iitte,i.,'.',,i -';-.:',,,A.::,Z.ii, 4 ::-'-::1..':-:if '..', .,..,,,',-::::...1-,:.;.-S J I - Barnes , p. In the Argentine four when it lost - - - I- I ., . NU, I , I I 4r,IWZO' , , .ozazk,:',:-.1;,,,Amm 1 - - - , 1 . men or tne pampas came oaca yes- I. d . -1- terday to ride rough shed over...the AB. R. H. "PO: A. E united States to win 10 td 7 and - , - : S' . - - " " ' , Ns S , , even the series, Kenny was, perh aps the most brilli Two French Sta r ant of the four stars. - ""- , S t.-st " - Johnston b 4 4 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 1 4 1 3 1 2 The Argentine forward scored , I ' 11 41,v icy nit 1111-1 BABE - 2 . . .... . Yaryan , c. 4 0 - - ....;,,,;. r. A A A 11 n - - -- ,01 fiNe of his team's goals and helped I in - 6 paved the way for -several -others. , ,............ . L - ;f:.:::::-.1'::iir.';.:1;.: ' ... ,... ' We! ' I , ---- - ' ,-,., ,,,i,:::,-.-i.s.,:r......: 4., ,,,,,. , H IS NINTI4 '"' '4 '''''I''t:is i,mtottlitts s - Ak WORLD 0 I - ' ...GEs:ZIES ,,,,o, I , , ? Cubs Take Opener . A4 - 1 - I al11011. V. A - Of Chicago Series I,, OVS 111 lii! :!i! .ii !!! k Ill i ''. ' i CacmcAoo, Oct. 4.--VP)--Joe Mc- ..... rthy's Cubs were one up today on II '' ,, ,i ' '. i': : . a', . , ., ',- Lena na Blackburne's White Sox in '. . ,- their annual battle for the baseball .- . :.. - , : , , - championship of Chicago. . .m.4 With Pat Malone blinding the op. . nnsition with his speed hall. the fft OLD FROt OF- FAce... NOT es coonEery(' HT; i4M.,:eE.Esx."AY0.Tivme . ,..' ,:)',11.. ''. ',"--SLE' . 'fr -- r Give- 1-11(kik AM OLD 7 e , 11-vvr's RIG-t-r, ' aoLt To my wt-((LE FELLA ITAKE YouR HE. ST(LL ii4AS N Ctioice., ITS EMI-MR OLD COLDS FoR You I-CuT You FACE!! ; I, , ,. ',' . W. aEptl--a.1)2. FROM NOW 00 - COUGH IN A CAP-- rLEASE I 5NAVA , ' ' i D a. OR SulcID . - LOAD ' . You, No MO:-!T, lárs .... , .... , . , .., - -,- .2.....:.- .... S011, - , , yil ,r ,.. . --,,,--,-- -, , ,,.. ,,,,,, 1 Ai '. c)- - - ---- . tx :::fr.:- 41(1P t ,, , ,. DEreSIR,t A , -) , , , ' i , . 7; .. J-It ( D 4-. ff. 's, - ?.1 7 ' ' r' 1 . i;----- , .. ' ' ,, . .. , . il ' 4'4'. 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I-- - lant 1 Ila I , ade Has Day To - UNTVERSIT d more after the Alabar iishing touch e it faces a m the Univ( Initial cont ssissippl squ al campus al workout itors began .ay with a University 3-uncovered acked of mi he Alabarr oped fast di -h or.the b t the first test and th give the inv . t they are c nt has. been backfield . the scrimma -or to the i(3 has. pro etofore; his e as a ball shown him( ngth on the t practice 11( a Of his tei ks will pr stle' as field eleven. Der e backs, IN'i 1 ks. - sprained th off the ac of the we .in that he e in the' "01 t looks hici tackle bertl - ight 1 'and -en to-be an "finds'l of be, a r-neclii er last yea t style and N the call to f esite Captain another m y Tide" is melee SaturC 111111S G I A, A . Cody E apgerous y WRAC ssociated Pr LHOLTN, S. iI bringing ngeanee---th derd . poshc st.:year he s' that for Aside,: Thi More suceel urday he w hrs third g ;neidentally years ove - The game lahama vil n to expe( -1928- Clem ee and res. Its first Iii even from finds Wo ,,..., .1Pressley, 4osa for e weight. d n -many a n : : , 7. .; ,,(, 1 &NU -, C e -4 , ' .,--;4 , . ;,,, . , . C ,, 7.77 tilMalaft

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