The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on June 21, 1927 · 18
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IS r: f-t — -- - -:-:-- i i i n-iii-ii ' -- i HELEN ILLS WINNER AT WIMBLEDON Tis No Fish Fiction That Heated Hook Lures Fur Bearing Trout From Ice California Champion Drops Second Set To Engiisn Maid As Spectators Gasp WIMBLEDON (England June 21- (P) —Miss Helen "Wills former American champion successfully weathered the first round of the singles in the "Wimbledon lawn tennis tournament here to-day but after a hard struggle She defeated Miss G It Sterry a comparatively unknown English player in three sets 6-3 3-6 6-3 MATCH A SURPRISE The match 'which was expected to be practically a walkover for Miss Wills proved to be one of the most stubbornly contested ones in which Miss Wills has participated since her return to the tennis courts after her illness of last year Miss Sterry in the second set actually outdrove and outplayed the former American champion to the intense surprise of the crowd BILL TILDEX TOO William T Tllden went Into the third round of the men's singles hy defeating R D Poland of Eng land in straight sets by the onesided srore of 6-3 0-0 6-1 Hunter Scores Victory A big shower held off to a drizzle long enough to permit Francis T Hunter of the United States to display his ability on soaked courts and be the first player to reach the third round I'laying in his best form Hunter defeated the veteran English player Lieutenant Colonel Algernon Klngs-cote in straight sets 6-3 6-3 6-4 Then came the rain leaving Bene La Coste at grips with S M Jacob of Indiana and Louis Raymond of South Africa another of the "seeded" men in the singles having a hard fight with George Crole-Ileese of England The rain abating La Coste resumed his match with Jacob to whom he had lost the first set and took the next three in a row to win the match at 2-6 6-0 6-3 6-4 The French star while victorious failed to play up to his usual form George Croie-Rees of England defeated Louis Raymond of South Africa 2-6 C-3 4-6 7-5 6-2 Raymond is the second of the seeded players to be eliminated Mrs Gndfree Wins The courageous spectators who had waited more than an hour in the rain in hopes of seeing the start of the women's singles were rewarded when Mrs Kitty McKane Codfree British champion took the-court against Miss M Trentham Mrs Godfree won easily in straight sets at 6-2 C-2 JOHNNY KABBKU LP!AT) SHAWNEE-ON-DELEWATE (Pa1) Juno 21 — OP) —Johnny Farreil Quaker Ridge professional had a lead of three strokes to-day to start the second half of the seventy-two-holc Shawnea open golf tournament ' "!" DEMPSEY TO SIGN TO-DAY FOR RICHARD INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL PHOTO THERE was a man in our town WHO bought his clothes at a Dollar down BILL collectors chased him 'round and 'round DO you imagine his head was sound? Just around the corner — Men's Strictly All-Wool Stylish $35 Suits and Topcoats at $25 YOU SAVE TEN DOLLARS Stylish high-grade young men's $45 2-Trouser Suits at $35 YOU SAVE TEN DOLLARS JUST AROUND THE CORNER Men's fine $450 light weight stra Hats only weight Straw Q ft fij A Men's Rayon Silk $350 Union Suits A only Men's $150 Silk Web Suspenders ffe P? only wL Men's 50c Fine Satin Pad Garters QQo only utL You will save a lot of money by watching our windows — ask ns how we do it Pickett-Atterbury Co 1011 Tenth Street WHITEFISH (Montana) June 21 — James II Hicken of the Great Northwestern Eailroad -was fishing in the famed Iceberg Lake near here In this lake Mother Nature has provided the fish a species of trout "with a fur skin for protection against the cold Using an ordinary hook will do no good as the water is so cold that hook breaks as soon as it touches- the water Ilickcn heated a hook and when it touched the water it became tempered The fish bite only on a rare type of bait the "Beazel" from the Prince Edward Island A short time after being taken from the water the change of temperature caused the fish to "explode" the skin and fur coming off leaving the meat ready to eat Tuesday June 21 1927 PIRATES BEAT CUBS Chisoxs Browns And Phfllie ANu AUU HMN 5 Wffl Send Scouts lo Insoeci TO LEAD Outside Of Second Hair Be Keen P The Oaks Likely To osition Bout Oakland Best Of Field First Division Spots Have Many Entries With About Equal Power Solons Should Be In Upper Berth At Finish By BIDY 1I1CKEY WE HAVE seen all clubs of the Pacific Coast League here in action" and in two weeks the season will be at its half way mark Oakland 1ms a lead of six and a half games on the field with the next four clubs Sacramento San Francisco Seattle and Portland in order named separated by three games That gives the Oaks a nice edge with the other four struggling for a first division hold SECOND HALF It ACE t Tlegardless of the standings as' there are yet fifteen weeks of play to the season all of us are better qualified through watching the bidders in action to use guesses of position ratings and real power than when the race commenced in April A lot of thines can happen in baseball over fifteen series of seven games each and it may be possible that the real fig-lit for the 1927 banner will come in the second half and if it does so much the better for the game and fans OAKS ARB BKST "When the aenson Mnrted flip NcritifA said Onklnutl wax the tcnin to beat ThiM Ik one time Hint the MCcond am'SHer' had 4MnK cor rect With about half of the time passed the Onklnnders even look better thnn the eluh to defeat — they seem nn though they might be 'in That f4 not mentioned through running to the figure but the club ftnelf rates that respect HAVE M'ilimSli 111 HIKItS Oakland has a wonderful hurlinB staff one that could afford a couple of cripples and carry on unweak-ened Ernie Johnson manager of the Portland Club said here last week: "The Oaks have one of the best p i t c h i i l staffs I have ever seen They have men who can go into the garee or during a game bear down and strike out a couple of hitters if necessary" That hurling department is the pennant foundation of the Oaks Tho defense Is mighty strong with the ilub hitting only flr outside of that huge piece of artillery — "Buzz' Arlett Oakland mny skid out of the top but there win have to be a lot of cracking and collapsing to come before tl at SENATORS FIRST DM ISIOXEItS As for 4ie others It looks like tl foss-up nt the finish between Sacramento Seattle Portland and the MlftKinnft or Seals splittlnir n hope The Senator have been dolnsr well to stay In second place contending with nn overflow of cripples Sacramento most certainly looms ns a first division ball eluh Whether the borne boys can put In n bid for the pennant in the elosinsr weeks remains with the lu k that comes their way both on the field and hos pital list SEATTLE STROMA CIIR Seattle appears to he as strong as any aggregation outside of first place There Is hitting among the Indians fair pitching only and tho srme goes for the fielding ability Wade Killefer is a manager who gets much from his men and with j the talent he has will likely linger uuuui ins top Reavers Just Hopefuls Portland looked great here last week The Beavers' got first division pitching and displayed a pennant winning punch But— tho club has not been able to gain any ground The coming of Flvstsacker Branom of the Athletics who played here one Spring with the Kansas City Club will help There are other rhnnges coming up and should Portland get a center fielder who can cover the ground it might be In the first group if Clssell does not boot too many Too Many Youngsters The Missions and the Seals have the same weakness Too many young ball players who are not likely to go so well In the second time around the circuit as the first For the past few weeks porno of the bright stars tif the opening series have been faltering and will continue to do so If either the Seals or Missions are within the first four spots at the finish it will be surprising tellurites Improved Bill Lano has been Improving his Hollywood Stars So much so that he has practically a new team since the start of the season Tho Strs have the nxt best pitching depart ment to the Oaks They are going to make It hard sledding for the others from now until the close but seventeen palms out of first place Is lot to make up In fifteen weeks Knocking tho hopes from the others will likely be all the Uol- PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE STANDING OF THE CIt'RS Won Lost Pet Oakland 52 3 (113 SACRAMENTO 45 SO San Francisco 4'1 41 Seattle 41 4(1 Portland 41 41 Missions 4(1 44 Los Angeles ST 41 Hollywood :i:i 41) No games yesterday traveling nail MS BOfl -(( 47(1 4T1 4(VJ teams rvvti:s TO-MORROW Missions nt Sau Francisco Oakland nt Portland Sacramento at Seattle Hollywood at I os Angeles NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING OF THK CXl'BS Won Lost ret :i in " :ir ai as Pittsburgh Chicago St Lotils New 1 ork Rrookl? a Itostoti Pblladeili hla Cincinnati 20 33 31 S3 1! 13 37 (114 rso rno 4M-I 4(1 407 :iir-' HKSI LTS YFSTKRDAV riltshurgh 4 Chicago 0 No other games scheduled AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING OF THE CLLBS Won Lost Pet Ne-iT York 39 Chicago 3t Philadelphia 31 Washington 38 Detroit 3(1 Cleveland 37 St Louis St floston 15 17 2(1 2" 2(1 20 32 30 30 lfl W17 B--I 510 473 4-S 411 278 HFSCLTS YFSTERDAY Rostoii-New York postponed rain Washington-Philadelphia postponed! rain No other games scheduled SECOND HALF GAMES OF VALLEY LEAGUE Tunney Camp Does Not Take To Ex-Champ Meeting Sharkey Gate Receipts Reasons Br HENRY L FABRELL (United Pre Staff Correspondent) NEW YORK June 21 - Jack Dempsey will be given a license to fight in New York without being submitted to special physical examination by the New York Boxing Commission Picture! Mar Delay Dempsey late to-day — If it Is not too dark for the photographers— will accept Tex Kickard's terms to meet Jacjt Sharkey and to fight Gene Tunney for the championship if he wins from Sharkey Sharkey will do the same thing Those are the features of a ceremony that will start Rickard on what he hopes to be one gate of $1000000 and a second of $2000000 Everybody concerned seems to be happy and satisfied with the excep tion of Gene Tunney the champion Gene la Figuring Tunney one of his "official family" said does not like the Idea of a Dempsey-Sharkey fight on the theory that it Is a big gamble that might go the wrong way and hurt or ruin the championship fight Best For Rickard "We will not dispute the business sagacity of Tex Rickard in arranging a match between Dempsey and Sharkey because it is sure to be a financial success" the speaker said "But we are concerned about the effects of this fight on the championship match that is to follow The schedule for the second half of a split season of the Sacramento Valley Leagus which will be composed of but six teams has been announced as follows: July 3rd Marysvllle at Orovllle Heesemans at Chico Colusa at Willows July 4th Colusa at Marysville Orovllle at Chico Heesemans at Willows July 10th Heesemans at Colusa Chico at Marysville Willows at Orovllle July 17th Oroville at Colusa Heesemans at Chico Marysville at Willows July 21th Willows at Colusa Heesemans at Marysville Chico at Orovllle July lst Oroville at Marysville Colusa at Chico Heesemans at Willows AuKust 7th Heesemans at Colusa Marysville at Chico Oroville at Willows August 14th Marysville at Colusa Heesemans at Oroville Willows at Chico August 21st Heesemans at MarysvlIK Colusa at Oroville Chico at Willows August 2Slh Chico at Colusa Willows at Marysville Heesemans at Oroville (RY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) Splitting even on their two-game series the league-leading Pirates and Cubs t trned their batting barrages upon slightly less formidable foes to-day When the Pirates downed their challengers the Cubs 4 to 0 yesterday they not only retained their narrow margin of leadership in tbe league but also held the lead in the private duel between the two clubs Of twelve games they have played the Pirates have won seven and the Cubs five Stars Help Pirates After being out-pitched out-hit and out-fielded in the first game the Pirates came back strong for their victory To win they needod the best efforts of their league-leading stars — Lee Meadows who has won a better percentage of games than any other National League hurler Paul Waner who Is setting the pace In runs hits doubles and triples and Harris who haaf the best batting average j Gooch's Homer Decides The decisive hit of the game however was a homer from the bat of Johnny Gooch Pirate catcher In the sixth with two men on Hack Wilson of the Cubs who leads the league in homers fanned with three on base in the third and Stephen son another of the hard-hitting Chicago outfielders missed a similar chance in the ninth Murderers' row was meek before the slants of Meadows and Grimm with two blows in three chances was the only Chicago batsman who could hit him with any consistency The Cubs made only four hits to twelve for the Pirates off Carlson Johnny Monroe And Mickey Finn (Special to The Bee) PHILADELPHIA June 20— Three tends to look over the aforen-and possibly four major league I tioned athletes the writer catjot and possibly four major league scouts will cast their eyes upon Johnny Monroe hard-hitting second baseman of the Sacramento club within the next month's time This was the information received yester day from a prominent ivory hunter of the American League According fo the scout who does not desire his name mentioned for various reasons there are at least three major league teams of which he knowF in the field for the brilliant Pacific Coast League star It Is practically a certainty that repre sentatives of the Chicago White Sox St Louis Browns and the Phillies will give the-Sacramento Infield the once-over before many more days pass Scouts Are Coming Charley Stis of the Wrhite Sox Ray Cahill of the Browns and either Joe Sugden or Danny Murphy of the Phillies in all likelihood will trek west mainly for the purpose of se curing a line on the highly-touted second sacker who once wore the regalia of several major league teams ''Mickey" Fiun Considered It is also believed Bob Tarleton of tho Pittsburgh Pirates is on the trail of Monroe as well as Finn the second baseman of the Mission club Whether or not the Buccaneers' ivory hunter has seen or in- vniirh for Mnnroo was recommended to Stuffy Mclnnis for Fall purchase by one of the Quakers' scouts several weeks ago but the Phillies manager wants to get a better line on him and therefore is expected to send either Sugden or Murphy out to the coast The Browns and WThite Sox could also use a man of Monroe's caliber if he is what he is cracked up to be Secondxnckcrs Needed St Louis has been experimenting with Young Melillo and several rookies but the second base problem is far from solved while Chicago is after an experienced man to help out Aron Ward the former Yankee Pittsburgh likewise would welcome a player of Monroe's type George Grantham is playing second for the pirates at present and doing a mighty fine job of his assignment but he will no doubt be moved over to first base when Joe Harris the veteran shows the slightest sign's of slipping The Missions are reported to be very anxious to engineer a deal with the Pirate whereby Finn will become a member of the National League team in exchange for one of the Pirate rookies and a good sizezd bundle of cash However if Monroe looked batter in the eyes of the Pittsburgh scouts the Sacramento infielder undoubtedly would be given the preference O'MRIEV VS CANS LOS ANGELES June 21— m— Tommy O'Brien New Y'ork arid Los Angeles lightweight meets Baby Joe Gans San Diego negro flash in a ten-round rematch here tonight Pitching Averages "Doc" Wright held his lead over the coast league pitchers last week The I os Angehs right-hander has a record of eleven wins out of Ihirlcen -ames pitched Miljus of Seattle is close upon Mm with ten victories and three defeats Dave Keefc lias jumped to the front of the Sacramento heavers with seven wins and four losses Dave won the only two ganis last week taken by the Solons which put him at the top of the club Tho averages aro as follows: ('layers— y I Mont rvrilml ' erkes 'n-ilu pl r(jit ApgieSn Miljus Seattlo Ji Krause unklaiM x I'eter-K los 6 rurpin tan ) rin ! Weinert Mlsfloni II M'Midy sin Krindseo 0 hrefe Siicrnmrnto 7 Hasty OdUInn! s Mv Sari Kr'wirlyco S rtoehler Oakiant 9 W Murphy Hi!yw- a l'eaney (iiklmil 6 r Mica Nicramenlo a TointM I'ortinn) V Krnl rvrtlapl ( Keating Sacramento ft Hooper OiUlani) s Kt arris Statlle It T'l'-l"'! rua- 'aklaril S K'frney Pnrt'niiil t Ktillio Sur-rnnientn 7 MnGletnn Mirriinirntu 7 h 'lpz San Kranriioit ft i lur-l Nnrranicn'o 8 Wr-atherliy Los Anc 7 fullertun lloUvwooU 7 H'lhey Hollywood Shellenba-k Hollywd fi I'Vkett Mission 4 i''anis Stn Kran 4 We have a good guarantee for the championship fight and we'll have that good guarantee even If Rickard goes broke "But we also have the option of a percentage and if anything happens to spoil the gate at the big fight we stand to lose money MAKES NO DIFFERENCE "The majority of the experts think Sharkey will win from Demp-xey on tlie form shown in their laxt flRlitx but if Sharkey doea win he will not be a cent better as n drawing card than lie U right now The same holds for Dempsey "But supposing they made a ter-rihlo fight — and there isn't a heavyweight champion or a contender who has not made a bad fight "There's always a chance of a heavyweight getting cracked up too "Rickard agreed to name the opponent for Dempsey not later than June IB tli We are not squawking about that because we don't care who the opponent Is but if we have to wait until after July 21st to find out our training plans will be upset "This time last year we were In training Tunney is In his camp now but we cannot work on any definite schedule" Dempsey as a formality may apply to the commission for a license before he signs articles as there is a rule which prohibits a promoter from doing business with an unlicensed boxer But it will be only a formality "There is no reason why Dempsey should not and will not be granted a license" James A Farley chairman of the commission said to-day lywooders do from now until the conclusion Los Anirees the pennant winners of the 1926 ought to finish last Itnchne ' Sacramento1 The Anstis need young oiooo i ney are a Rang of old-timers just play ing "another ball" game for the check that comes twice a month The spirit might be there to win but It Is physically Impossible to move about as a few seasons past La Batba Risks Crown To-night Wth Brady FT LOUIS June 21— A)— The world's champion flyweight crown will be attake here to-night when Fidel La Barba ' tltleholder meets Mlko Brady of Peoria Ills In a scheduled ten-round bout at St Louis University athlellc field The champion and challenger both ate down to weight and appear to be on fine fighting edge Interest In the bout litis been stimulated by the performance of the Peoria contender In his victory hero a few weeks ago over Jimmy Lucas the United States Navy title-holder In an eight-round match La Uarbn howevtr appears confident of retaining his title Boxers Donate Part Of Purses For Benefit NEW YOItlv June 21— fP)— Pe-cause of tho Catholic Hoys' Club boxing show In which he figured at the l'olo Grounds last week failed as a money maker Sid Terns a lightweight Is $nOO0 lighter having turned back that much of ills $12500 purst Kid Kaplan contributed J 2 (' 0 ! : Ace iludklns and Jackie Fields 1700 each and Hilly Wallace ulso has promised to cun-tribuU Martin Sratt! 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