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THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1935 Morris Blanks Acme Giants; Valley City Will Play Here Sunday MYIOTOSTAR (SCHOOLBOY ROWE SHOWS RETURN TO FORM SINCE SON'S ARRIVAL GIVES SHREVEPORT ! CLUB THREE BLOWSi Bismarck Engages Southern! Team in Twin Bill Saturday Before Returning Home GAME PLAYED AT WINNIPEG i-Liners Will Present Strength, ened Lineup in Double-header at Local Park tbhrceport jught under borne stadiui e G.ants. 7-0, Fnda e floodlights or Os-t Winnipeg. Pitching in Morris allowed tl team only three scattered was never in danger during innings. Following a doubleheader clayed against the same teai Canadian dtv Saturday, the Capital for Babbath Day ; Valley City Hi-Llners. Game Called for 1:30 p. t The first game of the Sundi 5es will be called at 1.30 p. m , Jocal park. Mahan, Valley city's new p chalked up :n i 5 for the will pitch In on here Mahan seo ie Israelite House a five-hit mound feat and later tet down the Devils Lake with bene pe-for In addition to Mahan. the Hi-Lin- rrs have Jimrhv crimmmes. Luther college star; Cooper. Negro righthander and Lefty Gaines to rely upon in the clutches. Manager Nell Churchill will start either Paige or Morris In one of Sunday's games but was not certain who would get the assignment for the other. Play Jamestown Monday Monday the locals will resume what Js undoubtedly the greatest Inter-city baseball feud In the state when they tangle with the Jamesown club at the local ball park. 9 The Stutsman county nine -th their all-white aggregation this year have been making things unpleasant for other state teams winning a majority of their Lames against Valiey City and Devils Lake who share the semi-professional spotlight with Bismarck. Outfielder Uphold! Hitting Supremacy Johnson Is Lone Athletic in Bat. ting Leaders; Vaughan, Kept Idle, Stays on Top New York, June S3 F) Bob John son was left as the lone upholder of the Athletics' betting supremacy in the Americas League Saturday. During the week which ended with Friday's games a he hit safely only Beven times in as tnps to the i droDOina from 382 to .370. Arky Vaughan, National League leader, was kept idle all week by a Charley horse but none of his rivals approached his .400 average. ALEXANDER BOOSTS BATTING AVERAGE 22 POINTS IN WEEK Chieago, June 22 Dale Alex-ender, Kansas City's husky first batsman Tho belted out four home runs ir successive times at bat last week, has I tnoved into the bailie for the Amen- can association batting championship, j American Leasee slueeer. whose home I .run. ieaxearfi Lhe aaiociatloa .a new record, registered a gam of 23 points curing the past week, aocordlr.g to figures which inc. tide Thursdays af-! temoon games. The gain moved him from ninth p'.ace among the leaders to third, back of Johnny Gill and Buzz Arlett, the Minr.eapos pair, potoU !shTl'tr'1mtrr!Ltrwk0 ! With Arlett in the r.;nr.erup spot with , J70 and Alexander .'oowlng at .364 Holds Other Leadenhip. Although he ,os. ground Li the bat- ttng race, Gill dung to four other ' Jeadershlps. He had batted Li 52 run,' Ud 1 .. and was the t- ld K(wt! Co.- In&Unapc-s ftr. batur.j mfferd a lo.' of th-ec potr.tj which, how?-, fr tiu food er hold the d KarjLM CV.v. BC Paul u lie team fir.tLr. trtth a percer.tAtr of JSS one point while the 6air.'. .05 Tail End Club Win Games in Northern St. Paul. June 22 Tr.c tall rod clubs for. the or..; jn.rr.rt played PYldav L-. f-i Nnr.hrrr. 1it.' the four flnrt rimston Xrnmti 't klle becnun of we: (rro ;rds nr.d .r ' open dA Eau Claire put on ix rzr. rur.th Inning rally to drfrfit Cirnr.d Frtrki 10 to 5 and Crooks.: or. vcrri vrr. te-ay for an R to S tn rvrr :. ,t.r. Tho Super.or At w..-.r..r-e ,-or.tes: fc'M port.ponei bv nf vr: c-o.:r.r'.; r.LJje plaMM OUR BOARDING HOUSE r '? - WALDO, I THINK V THAT "BuPfVO W OFF IN A TEW DAYS S. PASTURE TODAY I SLNSE.1N A WAV, THAT fxkx; AND 1LL1R rAPS. WACKLtWEN S OLiR WICK, ) J" ( WHY,rAA30R- o ll - V WHAT 6WESV0U THAT V rY" c ' m&r I I'DEAR-PENELOPE v-. ! .iA Mil X ' L. ? I tjiiMBYfiU6Eiiviee.!xe t nMtmiht orrv OUT-OF-TOWN GOLFERS INVITED HERE FOR PUBLIC LINKS EVENT Match Play Tournament Wil Be Held Sunday on Course East of Capitol An Invitation has been extended t0!worlas "ans-Mississippi goii cnam- aU out-of-town golfers to take part ' in the 27-hole match play tourna-; hich will be held Sunday at 1 the Bismarck Public Goif course, just I east of the capitol. Entrants win play their nine-hole , qualifying round in the morning a nr. ; !rm tfxl,RSl the first foresomes will tee off In theL aovar match play events at 1 p. m. prizes win be given lor the medal ist and champions, runners-up and consolation winners in each flight. --jjoc jaynes. proiessional at the public links, and Adam Klein, man ager, will have charge of the tourna - the course have been cently and the greens re-preparation for the first MAIOP LEAGUE ' Af)S By the Associated Press) (Including Friday's games; NATIONAL LEAGUE I Batting Vaughan, Pirates, .400; Med-! ick, cards .356 l Runs Vaughan, Pirates, 50; Moore. I Hits Medwick, Cards, 83; L. War.cr. Pirates 81. Home runs Ott. Giants. 13; Moore Giants; J. Moore Cami..., Pli.mci Berger, Braves, and Collins. Cards Bal AMERICAN LEAGUE ir.g -Johnson, Athletics, .as White Sox. .348 rmger, T.gei (Hit Gehringer, T:g( Atn.e.ics w. Home runs Greer.! erg T.ger Jonnson. Atretics .t Pitching Tarr.u'.u. Yar.ks , ' shire. Athletics, ar.d L ens, W Son. 7-2. " tS Ni?ht iBt the Awoclated Prre. San' Franciwc Ford Smith, 2C Kallspell. Mont., stopped A LuUr, st. Paul, i6. OUT OUR WAY 'ROWN UP ANOTHER STACK OF ,i CA.VPS rAaS.WACKLtW&N 17-Year-Old Mill City Girl Goes Into Finals Omaha. Neb June 22 '?- A new P"" w'' bi cro'nea a,c. ! TSM , t- ' "iiufad J'lt? i .eii"g "M i "y Ber? 11 ana snV answering w ro11 caU 111 a Minneapolis high school. "u o the finals Friday! l Trans-Mis- sippl campaieneis. Miss Miley Mrs. O S. Hill of Kan; in a match which vmua bunker hard by the 1 St i Berg, who takes her golf with deadly seriousness, defeated Miss Phyllis Buchanan of Dener champion in 1933 and medalist in 1934 Miss Berg, rather short, sturdy and a study in concentration as she addresses a bail is Minneapolis. Twin Cities. and Ten Thousand Lakes champli Parker in 'Guinea Pig' Role Defends Net Title Chicago. June 22 Frank Parker was the target of cheers and jeers aiike Friday as he adopted a "guinea pig" role in the midst of his fight to regain the national clay court tennis championship. At the request of his coach. Mercer Beaey the 18-year-oid Milwaukee youth experimented with a strange that gives it ihe effect of a delajed So f 5 CP- seeded numer one. Saturday 1 Uiam Reese of Atlanta, who Cliff Sutter of Detroit, j :i had ,-iis quarter final J J Gilbert Hall South Orange, I. 3CKi IS ALW7WS , V By Ahem iLouis - Carnera Go Expected to Draw $400,000 Gallery Veteran Fistic Experts Register Emphatic Vote for Detroit Brown Bomber New York. June 22 P The famous crack of Bob Fltzsimmons might be paraphrased nowadays to read "The bigger th.v are. the harder the cash customers lan Pnmo Camera, biggest pugust ever I cnampior. ;LU car inc iua.jv.ctfc.ii. l.u.11. s City, 1 up I helped draw the largest "gate ' last y ended In a 'year. $428,000, when he lost the title green. Miss! to Max Bear The huge Italian will he squares off 'igamst 21 -year-old Joe Louis, sensational Detroit Negro, next Tuesday night at the Yankee stadium. Promoter Mike Jacobs Saturday predicted the oout would draw close to $400 000 or just about double the size of the "gate" for the Braddock-Baer championship match last week. They have been guessing wrong have registered so approval as they hi The stories from ing camp have be. e of ; for Louis. ie Negro s train-mild compared ; saying pnvate- They declare punching power of Dempsey with the coolness of Tunney and the sagacity of that famous old black warrior, Jack Johnson. Johnny Revolta Leads Field in Chicago Open ,$3.300, vitT Harry Cooper, Chicago, '. 36 holes S-r.da-. By Williams k'J- OKJ-J A PciC ' BENGAL ACE BLANKS YANKEES WITH FOUR SCRATCH HITS, 7-0 White Sox Move Back Into Second Place With 5-3 Victory Over Athletics iiants Trounce Pirates Second Time; Cubs Improve Fourth by Beating Braves i By the Associated Press! If the Detroit Tigers recapture merican League pennant this n it apparently wouldn't be ai r them to vote a share of the world rios proceeds lo Lynwood Rowe One of the difficulties that beset Manager Mickey Cochrane this spring that Lynwood Rowe senior-famous "Schoolboy" wasn' nig according to last year' and couldn't be petsuaded to the business of throwing the over the plate seriously, t since a son and heir appeared s ago to be a dlf- : hill. Friday he shut out the league lead ing Yankees with four puny singles ;o gain a 7-0 triumph. That victory, despite three straight losses to the Yanks, put Detroit only game and a half behind the Whits dm and Indians, who wound up In irtual tie for second place. Regains Second Place Chicago moved back into second ace with a 5-3 victory over the Ath letics. Cleveland s game with Washington as rained out as was the greater part of the Boston-St. Louis twin bill. witn Leity urove in lorm and car Reynolds and Mel Almada hitting homers, the Red Sox pulled out a decision in six innings that were played before the storm struck.. ine uiants tnumpea me nrates ior ie second time 11-4, The Cards took an 8-3 beating from the Phillies on the strength of Syl Johnson's six-hit elbowing and a homer bv Johnny Vergez with the tses full. The Cubs continued to improve ieir fourth position by bowling over. the Braves 11-3. Don Brennan of the Reds, winning his first game of the season, made the Dodgers look more than ever like "hitless wonders" when he shut them out with seven hits to 5-0 with the aid of Ernie Lom- bardi's circuit swat with two aboard. NATIONAL LEAGl'E Brennan Blanks Dodgers Brooklyn Don Brennan shut out ie Dodgers with seven hits while the Reds batted out a S to 0 vie-1 tor?, R H E Cincinnati 000 3 02 0005 10 0 Brooklyn 000 000 0000 7 0 Brennan and Lombardi, Clark,; Leonard and Phelps. Giants Trounce Pirates York The Giants over-id the Pirates 11 to 4 for the second straight time. P. H E Pittsburgh .... 002 010 100 4 14 0 ew York .... 071 200 10X 11 17 1 Lucas. Brown and Grace; Castle- man and Mancuso. Cubs Wallop Braves Boston The Chicago Cubs slugged ineir way to a 11 to a victory i over the Boston Braves. Chicago 300 03 1 00411 18 2 Boston 002 000 1003 7 1 Carleton and Hartnett; Frank- nd Hogan. Philadelphia A Lou-s . . 000 011 0013 ladelphia . 000 206 00x-8 9 1 . Dear.. Heusser. Harrell and De-:cey; Johnson and Wilson. AMERICAN LEAGUE Red Sox Triumph t Louis The Boston Red Sox de ft H Fl 010 r.:-3 6 1 coo coo-i 3 : :i '.v.: wr- srrour.es ' i R Frrrrl. Th.cmas -d rf HumblM VinWt ."f.r.s Dr.-r-t ard o ar.d Cof-.mrr Chttor Rc-rbrter GuJ Sharkev Would Like ! Fiffht With Braddock Schneider Pitches No-Hit Contest; Nash-Finch Moves Closer to Title C THE Standings W L New York 37 14 Pittsburgh 33 25 St. Louis 31 24 Chicago 29 24 Brooklyn 25 28 Cincinnati 23 33 Philadelphia 20 31 Boston 17 36 AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 37 Chicago 29 Cleveland 31 Detroit 30 Boston 28 Washington 26 Philadelphia 22 St. Louis 16 iao '564 491 464 1.,. '302 'AMFRirAv AssnriATirv W L Pet Minneapolis 37 Indianapolis 32 Kansas City 29 Milwaukee 30 S87 'tin 337 536 St. Paul 29 Columbus 27 Toledo 28 Louisville i to conform with ruling of T. J. Hickey. throwing out NORTHERN LEAGUE W L Winnipeg 29 10 7u F-Moorhead 17 15 531 .528 1 500! Bralnerd 19 17 Superior 18 18 uuiutn 16 18 Grand Forks 15 19 Crookston 15 21 Eau Claire 13 24 Friday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati 5; Brooklyn 0. New York 11; Pittsburgh 4. Chicago 11; Boston 3. Philadelphia 8; St. Louis 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 3; St. Louis 0 Detroit 7; New York 0. Chicago 8; Philadelphia 3. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 6; Toledo 5. Louisville 7; St. Paul 3. Minneapolis 6; Indianapolis S. Columbus 9; Kansas City 4. NORTHERN LEAGUE Eau Claire 10; Grands Forks. 5. Crookston 8; Duluth 6. New England CCC Nine Defeats Amidon, 13-9 (Special to The Tribune) Amidon, N, D., June 22.-The CCC ne of New England defeated Ami don. 13-9, in a free-hitting game here the fifth and seventh, the CCC team held the lead throughout and staved annex tne victory. Tne box score Amidon- AB H PO A G. Halzeman, rf 4 10 0 J. Fulton, lb 5 o' wilier!' p. 5 F. Dunn. 2b G Inman. v John Fulton. If O. Hablutwl r Totals . .. New- England CCC Weber ss . . Krusch. cf Rondach. c Daktar. IT j Cordin lb 1 Dahlman 3b Salsman 2 b 'Anderson, p Totals Score by lnnings- Amidon New England CCC. Summary Error 14 27 5 2 0 0 1 5 2 1 0' He raced to an 4 , , j ! win In the 100-yt .102 040 110 9lft 220-yard flight ..221 401 021-13! 23 5 seconds. Dunn. Hi ren. Davis Weber 2. Dahlman. Stolen bases Salsman. Anderson, Halzemer 2. Krusch. Daktor, Delzcr, Two base hits Dunn 2. Rondach. Daktor. Cordin. Three base hits Waller, Daktor. Double play D Fulton to Dunn. Dunn to Inman to J Fulton. Struck cut by Waller 1:, by Anderson 13 eersor. 2 Hit bv .ptcher by Waller. Umpire Geo Lipju: 'E S TapA AY'S S T 6 Rowe Tireni B'.ankpd Rd Sox Shi ) Browrj w-.th Johr.r.v Concrete Ruildind Tile Dr:cr arc! Warmer The Ideal Bui.ri.r.g Materji.1 Tor nUsuln ISMARCK BRICK AND TILF. COMPANY I'm VnttU. Strp'u rhorw TJ Louisville Forces Saints to Second Division With Win Millers Increase Lead Over Ir dians to 212 Games; Brewers Defeat Mudhens Chicago, June 22. JPh-The Louisville Colonels haven't been able to do anything about getting out of the rlcan Association cellar, but they nave just unisneo a handsome it i of shaking St. Paul out of the first division. 1 Ken Penner's team Friday I theLr fourth straight decision ov Paul, 7 to 3, dumping the Saint I of th first four in the standing for I the first time this season. Truett Sewell held the Saints to eight sPaced Wts, while his mates batted Mills out of action with I blast in the eighth inning. 1 Minneapolis increased its margin i over incuanapous ior nrst piace 51g,two and one half games by whipping 474! the Indians. 6 to 5. making It four '44! in a row. The Indians outhit Mlnne-345 I apolis, 10 to 7, and made three home I runs. but the Mlllers bunched their blows with six walks off Bob Logan Heatn, cooney ana Btoneham nit homers for the Indians, while Johnny Gill and Gaffke contributed long ones to the Miller attack, Ernie -Wingard's- triple drove In 1 Eddie Marshall who had singled, to &"lve Milwaukee a 6 to 5 victory over Toledo in 10 innings. Columbus scored five runs in the 13th inning to beat Kansas City, 9 to 4, in a night game. Brewers Beat Hens Milwaukee The Milwaukee Brewers scored one run in the tenth inning and defeated Toledo 6 to 5 Toledo 001 003 010 0 5 13 1 Milwaukee ....000 031 010 1- 6 10 0 (10 innings) Lawson and Susce; Larkln, La-master and Rensa. Colonels Sweep Series St. Paul Louisville won its fourth straight game over St. Paul by a score of 7 to 3. R H E Louisville 000 010 06O 7 13 1 Sewell and Thompson; Fette, Mills Millers Cop Fourth Minneapolis The Minneapolis Millers defeated Indianapolis 6 to 5 for the fourth consecutive time. R H E Indianapolis ....10O 100 020 S 10 1 Minneapolis .... 100 140 OOx 6 Wright and Loean and Riddle: oaienouse ana Leitz. Reds Beat Blues (Night Game) Birds defeated the Kansas City Blues 9 to 4 in a thirteenth tilt. Kansas C lty. 100 000 003 000 0 10 icolumbus 030 000 001 000 5- (13 innings) j stUes, Moore and Warren. cooper, nyoa ugrooowski; I OwenS Pitted Against ! 1 rp ini j , irOjanS in IN LA A Meet TVrtianc iti MP A A Moof11 5 1 Berkeley, Calif.. June 22 UP) It j was Jesse Owens against University 0 01 southern California Saturday j the 14th National Collegiate associa- ird dash, leaped 26 tional co 11 eg - e record: ily loafed through 11 3 seconds fur ig ana cupped 0:1 if low hurdles In Results Th.e Tigers defeated the Yankees. '-3 Fr.dav .r. the Aigr. School Leajrue if the citvs j-ur.ior bavbail program Reds trounced the Cardinals. 13-1. r, the Junior High School Learue r Eft-st Fad LeaR-je. , 0 , tne ntn national oouegiate associa- postage stamps, no coins, no neaspa-s , j4 n!tion track and field classic swung 'pers, and no railroads. 3 0 I 1 ' , ' , , j 1 I A powerful Trojan squad led th' 41 11 27 9 Preiinunaj-ies rT.ca. w..a a cozen M AB H PO AluaUfl"f V f. - . , 1 Ohio State, principally Owens, was WKI 6 110 lor second ':lh university of SS55 aM ASl 3B5 g 2 '3 0 ' California, each having qualified Ips Xl JM Tf - F-T '0 rr;. siwhil nde. .9 flM . 5 1 9 0 ' TaPs qualified easuy m his four ' 5 S 0 3,rp:' 1S mches' ,on . attempts to crack 1 l:-prs WOOL Before spllinsr yotrr wool bp sure to Re-p- rj personally and diwruss the matter. We ere lucky to tret an exceptionally rood outlet for Immediate delivery. Therefore, if you hae already clipped, bring in your wool immediately and we will Ahare our g-ood sale with We c 3 with Northern Hide & Fur Co. Diamondball Mound Veteran Ties Brown's Strikeout Record of 18 in One Came Naah-Finch . K. C Paramount Capital Chevrolet Transients Sweet Shop .143 Larry Schneider. relieine Benser In uic nrst uuujig witn no men out, I pitched a no-hlt game and tied Adam Brown's league strikeout record of 18, as the leading Nash-Fmch team in the city diamondball league handed the Transients a 22-2 defeat in a make-up game played Friday night. Schneider went into the game after Benser had walked the first four men to face him and allowed two runs to cross the plate. His brilliant mound performance enabled the Nash-Flnch team to keep their undefeated record clean with &ix victories and no de- Only one game remained Saturday between the Nash-Finch team and a first round championship. Sunday at 6 15 p. m , they will play off a previous 2-all deadlock with the Paramount Theatre team at the high school diamond. The league leaders blasted out 22 hits from the offerings of Big Ted Memhover. Scoring two runs in the first inning, they added four more in the third, five in the fourth, batted all the way around for nine runs in the fifth and counted two more In the sixth. a meeting held following the game, it was decided that the touma- pianned for the end of the first round of play would not be held. The second round will start Wednesday and schedules will be announced Tuesday by Clement Kelley, president of The box score: Nash-Flnch ar Manney, las 4 Dohn, 3b 5 Schllckenmeyer, o 4 A. Schneider, 2b 5 J. Lee, lb 4 Dietz, rf 2 Benser, rf, d a T. Lee, If 4 L. Schneider, p . .. Boelter, 3 2 0 Totals 42 22 22 1 Transients AB H R E Renwick, 3-b 2 0 13 Tait, lss 2 0 11 Memhover, p 1 0 0 1 Jacobson. lb 1 0 n 1 ?or,dy' ' Raber, Louie, rf . Abbey, 1 PetMr' U' rt Totals 21 0 2 12 Summary: Stolen bases Memhov o. er; two base hits Manney, Schllckenmeyer; three base hits Schlicken- ; nome runs r. Le; nius on 1 L Schneider 1 in 7 innings: off Mein hover Z2 in 7 innings; struck by as on balls off L. Schneider 2; off einhover 4; off Benzer 4; umpires Bennett, Nelson; scorer, A. Anderson. Andorra, tne uny country iymg j in the Pyrenees between France and as.apain, nas no army. police, postage stamps, 1 Highest Standards " Sen-ing well Is the fine creed of this modern Funeral Home, wherein reverence and rare economy of cost are the Golden Rule. PERRY FUNERAL HOME W. E. PERRY Salesman Wanted 1 Dakota Territory wUblishd Reliable Jobber. T for nun under Si rr- Write box 2d, eare of p rrprrimr. (r 1 wmmaf pdatiatai tn ftntt letter. n r arnS tK-mi hand wool bar Ne ARCHIVE BCHIVE1 EW SPA PER SEWSPAPERf

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