The Commercial Appeal from Memphis, Tennessee on May 24, 1936 · 30
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THE COMMERCIAL APPEAL MEMPHIS SUNDAY MOUSING MAY 24 1936 — t —— — "11 Southern Junior Tennis Meet To Develop Contenders for Netionel Play Ar B : i Down The Hill And Over The Line— The Soap Box Derby Is With Us WinriersInMemphis Net Event Eligible National Prep c c Morris Park Softball Paycrs Stick Together 1 -‘j y is-: i I a t t V ' n v k : r M "i r I A t i - i ‘ a8 : t 01 tl' r I-- it- a: Hy 1 j I t Hans Completed for Southern Boys and Junior Ten nis Championships at Southwestern June 3 — E A “Bud” Knoth Taking Entries Tlans have been completed for the staging of the annual Southern Lawn Tennis Association boys and junior championships at Southwestern June 3-6 Dr F N Rhodes South-? western tennis roach is in charge of arrangements E A “Bud" Knoth is accepting entries car A G Spalding A Bros Win nets and runnersup in the junior singles and double if bona fido atudenta in good standing in achoola of preparatory grade wilt bo eligible for the national inter-acholaatic rhampinnahipa at Long-wood and Forest Hill Latext entrie include Frank Mr-Flwee of Fort Smith Ark Kd Low- ranra of Sewanee Military Acad- th aeenciaied Free emy and Karl T Bartlett Jr of PHILADELPHIA May 21 — The New Orleans MrElwee and Low- ytw yorj yanheea rut looaa with a ranee will compete in junior ainglea j0ma run barraga today aa they de-and Bartlett in boy- ainglea tha Philadelphia Athletics in Knoth aaid yeaterday that he -:both gamea of a double-header 12 pected a full fquad of players from g ad jj to 1 to strengthen their New Orleans hold on first place in the American Memphis will supply some star LagUe ASS tw: i— h m h Mil w- ° Xment1"nyaVe Eligibility requirements on on jin isVwin hV'lZcd XlZ J" and no player over 18 years on the aama data will bo permitted to compete in the junior rinxa Entry Hat for singles will rloae Monday June 1 at 6 pm doubles at 11 am Thursday June 4 Competition both ainglea divisions will begin at 9 am Wednesday June 3 Southwestern will furnish room and meala to entries who may wish to stay on the grounds for the charge of $L75 per day Entertainment features are planned for vlxiting players President Diehl of Southwestern will extend the welcome to the entries at a luncheon opening day Take Nightcap 4-3 Losing 13-5 Afttr I CLEVELAND May 23— (AD— The Indiana broke a six-game losing streak and stopped the Tiger's consecutive wins at eight by taking the windup of tha aeason'a firat double-header here 4 to L FIRST GAME DETROIT CLEVELAND 1 brho a' abrbn Rnnll Hltlll Kn'eker null) " e I I 1 1 uieeeoo rf ft o o l n a" 3b ft I ft t 3 Hit 3b 4 t I 1 3 Lnalin if ft 1 1 l e Averlll rf t I I ft a im'nt (f t I I f Trank v lh 3 lift W Iker rf ft 1 3 ft r Sullivan (40130 Rum lk till! 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Datrmt Ann 013 non— 3 Clavrland 003 000 3Px - 4 Summary: Ermra -Owan J Sullivan Buna ballad In— Avarlll 3 Traaky J Lulll-van Havworrh Wnlktr Twn-haaa hit— Maywntih Thrar-haaa hit— Walkar Hnma D— Avarlll Sinlan baa-Halt Karri-ftraa— Traaky Pyllnk IH on baaaa— Datralt S Clavaland T Raaaa nn balla-Off Blacbnldar 4 off J Sullivan 3 Strike-aula— Sullivan 1 Hila— Oil Blaahnlriar In Innlnsa nff Hildebrand 1 in ft in-nlnaa off J Sullivan T In T Innlnn nff Snrrrll ft la 1 Inning Wlnnlna tnirbar— Hildabrand Loaln pllrbai— JV fcilllvan mriruln Ormaby and McOowan Washington Defeats Boston in Eleventh 8-7 BOSTON May 23— (AD-An 11-Inning game with the Washington Senators brought defeat to high-priced Boston Red Sox the and injury to the pitching hand of their atar hurler Lefty Grove before a crowd of 24300 here today Buddy Lewis aided by a single by Charley Myer and a double by Powell came home with the winning run with taro out In the eleventh to give the Senators an 8 to 7 victory WASHINGTON I BOSTON abrhoal abrkoa Hill If 3 3 1 1' AlmaAa rlllJII Lrala Sb ft t 4 ft 1 Cramar cf 4 12 4 0 Mrtr 2b (Ill 3 Cfuk4 It ft 1 2 0 I 211 1 ft 0 1 4 3 4 13 4 1 2 1113 4 A 1 4 4 3 A A A I A A 0 A 1 1 S S A A A S A A A 1 S A A S 0 0 ft 0 A 1 0 A A A (M(l Powrll cf 1 1 3 a’Fnxx lb X'lMlda rf 1 0 1 1 0 M’Nalr tons rf 4 0 0 1 S'BF'rrll c Kraal aa 4 0 0 1 T Warhar Sb Kuhal lb 1 0 lift 0 Mallllo 2b Mtlllaa e ft ft 0 4 i rtrnva p Ntaraom p ft A ft A 1 Wilson p Wasvtr p 0 0 0 0 l rMaraum O'uM'ar sxMiller Hanry n iiaWF'tll Walbar p Total 41 1 14 33 1S Total 43 f 14 j 14 iBatted fnr Wilson In aavmth aiBattad fnr Oatsrmualltr In ninth isBsttad for Hrary in tenth Washington W i3A (ft 1 — ft Boston 010 910 nni no— T Summary: Errors Lewis Powell Cramer Runs hsttad I — Pow-ll 1 Mvar 1 Rev nolAa Kuhal Foxx 3 Cooke MoNstr R Ktrrall and Mal'llo Two-hsaa Mis— Mvar 9 Powell 1 Hill Cooke Enxx R Farrell Tbraa-bsa h't — Matlllo Hoot run-— Four H Earrail Stolen baaaa — Warner Sscrlflest — Crsmar Wrrber 7 Double nlava— M-ar 4o Er— a Fra— tn Mvar to Knhel Warbar tn Mallllo to Foxx Left on hopes— Ws-h to etna BoMon ( Basra on balls— Off Newsom of W-"— r 1 off Grave 3 off OftarmueGar 1 Rtrlk nuts— By Newsom 4 bv Grove 1 bv Oatarmuallar 1 hr Kenrv I Hits— Off Newsom 13 In t tnMnxn iff Wvar 1 In 3 off Grove S In 1-3 off Wilson tone In 3-3 off Oetarmualler 3 tn 9 nff Henry 1 In 1 off Walhor 1 In L Wfld silKh— Wilton Wlnnlnx pltehar— Woavar Lrain pitcher — Wxlher Morlsr-ty Basil sod Coil Tims-2:5 Lazzeri Hits Three Homers In Beating A’s Twice tera with three Ha got one In the BIS? £ hit S TTK fipal contaal whils Red Rolfe Bill Vicky " frank Croaettl ’em through in the ntghleap Dickey blow was bis ninth home run of the season A crowd of 24940 paid tha largest attendance in Philadelphia in two season aaw tha double bill At the end the spectators were hurling scraps of torn naper pop bottles and seat cushion onto tha field making play dirricult FIRST HAMS NEW YORK I PHILADELPHIA abrho a abrnot m i I ioi Finney lb i u a i) ! Proae-I KII 3b 11101 Warn er 3b 1 u II 1 HiM'xio If ft I I 3 II Mrl cf 4 111 liebria lb a 1 313 0 Pucrl'll rf Dlekey e 1 3 3 3 1 lligxm 3h rhap'n f S 3 t 0 Jnhnvrti ir 14'hii rf ft M 3 I A Seven's ea Uwrl 3b 0 I 1 1 I Hayes a aialnne a 1 I 0 3 iMallhn Merry ssDean rprhinrh a a a a o Fink 3 a 1 a 1 Rullnrk a 0 ft A fl 0 Dlefrlrli 1 A ft ft ft mPelera 1 A A 0 T'Mali 41 Jl H IT Hi Tntala 34 I 3T II xRalfH f nr Hayaa In ftavralh arHatlmf fnr Harry m nlnih (aaRallad fnr Dial rich Is ninth Naw York 1 H1 100 ft 1ft -13 PhllaAalphla inn 000 Oftft - 0 Summary: Frrnra- Wnrallay 3'ibnann Barry Kuna ballad in -flahrlf CrnatlU 3 luinarl HIMissIn IHrkcy Chapman 4 Il'w 3 HlKklna Mnaaa Ibicrlntlll liaan Fatara Two haw hila— Flnmy Croaattl Fink Dlrkay chapman Hnn Thrna bnac hll—flahrlR PuannalH Hnma rani— Laa-Mii Chapman Sarrllra- Warallar I Jilt nn Sanaa— Naw Ynrk 7 FMlndatphin 4 SIM nn ha lit -Off ftfalnna 3 Uprhurrb 3 Flnb 1 Ulalrlrh t Rlrlkanuta-Mnlnna 3 Fink -I I iPiir I Pi rihwilll S“ MOifnlw ai P 103 3 matrlrh 1 Hlla -Off HprHurab 1 In I 1-1 Innlnsa: off Fink k In 0 tnnlnga Bui Inrk I in 0 ipHchart to nan baliar) Dial-rlrb ft In 1 3 3 Paaaad ball - Dlrkay laa In pltrhnr— Uprhuirh 1 implra — SuRlmtra and Jobnalan Tima— 1:1ft NEW YORK I PHILADELPHIA abrhos1 sb rhna Cr" until a 0 1 4 4 1 Flnnay lb 3 0 lit 0 ltnlla 3b ft 1 1 0 IWallar 2b 4 0 ft 1 4 D’M'tlo If 1 1 ft 0 Mnaaa rf 4 111 tlahrl lb 4 0 0 ft 0 P'nalll rf 4 0 10 Ptrkrv e ft I 110 HHIa'Ina 4 0 0 j C'nman rf ft I 1 1 O Jnhna'n If 4(011 B'klrk rf 4 14 1 O'Prtrra a 4 0 114 laa'rrt lb 0 1 1 1 X Hayaa a 10 0 10 Broaea 4 0 0 0 1! 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‘ 2 ! 1 J "evch run lh ft A ( 4 II If-rl 3 I S I A Soltars If 4 1 1 4 0 Haaa rf 4 0 0 1 S IN 4 1 3 T 0 W'lker f ft A 0 A A Bell rf 4 13 4 A Bad'llff If 3 A 1 S A 4 A A ft A Ronura lb 4 0 01 1 A j I 1 1 £'' SS ft 0 0 3 4 4(12 0 riel 2b ft S I A 1 4 S 1 0 3 Dykes 3b 4 0 13 4 I Sewell c Ml TO Stratton 3 A A A 8 llWaab'tnn 1 0 A A A Evans A A A A A ixMor'arar 1 0 0 0 o Total) 3ft ft 13 97 S' Tmala ill I t 31 11 ilMtled for fttraitne in eixhtb aaBsttee lor Evana ia ninth St L-Ula AAA not 031-ft Ci" I onoomoin-i Ermra— Knott Amlinr Bum Radellff Ruttmalrr Turn-bait kite— t-arr 3 Giuliani Bell Carey Bnttnmle Thnr-bane Mta-Bottnmley RaAclltf Hnrnt run r 1?ubl £!y ’if1 !" tn Bnmirn Left on bnara— Bt Louie 9 CM rao ft Baeee on ball— Off Knmt ft nff Bff Keen 1 81 rlkmu'i- Br Knott j by Stratton ft hv Event l Hit it— Oft Stratton It In Innlnn oil rvnni 1 in ’ rtbardf---r-— J’ mt tllnnera aue (leiael Time— 1:5 Left-handed Catcher Lou -Haneles Is s left-hsnded cstrher on the City College of New York team 4 It's here— you kids— dho all-America toap box derby A view of the finals held at Akron last year and below four prospective Memphis entrants— from loft PORTAGEVILLE SERIES' Error Permits Winning Run in Tenth rORTAGEVILLE Mo May 23— Lexington came back today to even the snriei up by defeating the Tort-agevilla Pirate in tha 10th inning getting the winning run by an error when Gene Nicholas dropped the hall Lexington was leading In the ninth 5-3 when Chet Clemens came to bat with one man on and hit home run to tie the arore LEXINGTON abrb na Mill rtrmmi If 4 0 0 3 3 Martin m 41010 Inaha lb ft 1 3 1 3 Knna 3b ft A ft 1 A Fraxlrr rf ft ft I A O'Juxifra rf ft 1 SIT I B'dxon 3h 4 103 WIm r 4 0 0 1 4 Tnlrr p naan O Durham 1 0 0 0 0 xlrllnpion rORTAGEVILLR nbrhna W'l'ma If Wrhh 3b A'nrlll aa Torrry 3b Llrdl rf H'klns rf Hums lb Krllcr ( Gray Hudann p aParkar ft 1 3 1 0 ft A I 3 4 4 0 311 1 4 0 fl 4 0 ft 0 I 3 0 4 I A 2 3 3 3 1 3 A 2 A I A I 1 A 0 A 1 A II A iaxll N'nll 0 1 A 0 0 Tnta'a 43 0 10 30 1( Totals 31 ft 1130 11 kRaltrd fnr Gray In ninth kHatlad fnr Durham kaKan fnr Irllngton Lrklnptnn 911 000 010 1—0 Purtanavllla 030 MO 103 0— ft Summary: Ermra— Wrhh Tnrray Burna Impnaha Knna Fraalar Klchardann Wlaa Buna batlrd In— Anlnnrlll 1 Tnrray J Wiao 1 Tnlrr Clrmraa 2 Burna 3 Two-baa hila— Torrry Idipnrha Thrtr-haar hit— Martin Hunt tuna— Torrry l Burna 1 Clrmrna 1 RacrtfM hit— Durham inlra baaaa— Antnnrllt 1 flam Mia 1 Lapo ha 1 Doubts plays— Hums to Antnnrlll Gray lo Burna Xrllrr In Burna Innlnaa Mlrhad-Ry Dray 0 with ft runa ID hila by Tolar 3 wlh 4 runa 0 Mia by IMrham T with l run 1 hila by Hudann 1 with nn run no Mia by (J Niahola with 1 run 1 hila Winnm pitihrr— firav lvuna tdlrhar— G NlrNa Wild pitch— Tnltr Baaaa on balls— Oil Gray 1 of( Tolar 1 iff G Nlrhnta 1 nff Durham I off Hudson t Btruih nut Ry Gray fnont shown i by Hudann 3 by Tolar nnna by Ihirham 3 by Nlrhm 1 Hit by pltrhar— Wlaa by Grav t'mpirca— Tarlor and Good lor Tuna— 3:00 HOPPERS CHECK PADUCAH Four-Ciam Btrcak nf Indlani Slopped By Scots of 5-2 FADUCAH Ky May 23— A smooth working Hopkinsville nine broke the Feducsh Indiana' four game winning streak hern this afternoon The score was 5 to 2 sa Pitcher Sommer scattered seven hits Lindsay's long homer over the left center field fence with two team mates on base in the third in ning provided the winning margin HOPKINSVILLE I E PADUCAH brhoaf abrhot 1 0 II 1 0 Fni aa 4 0 0 3' 4 0 1 3 4 Hoff 3h 4 A 1 2 ft 0 0 I 0 Brary rf 4 A 0 3 "'ll lCrnp'her If 3 A A in f y n A 2 0 Mi-R’ht If Muse 2b Wood cf Morpan 3h ft i Ad a IC-3h 2 1 I A 3 Malixkl rf 4 110 I Black's 2h 3 A 0 3 r"‘ w lh 4 A 112 3 BeaMt'k rf 4 A I 3 Moseley (21130 Pell'in 1b 2 A 1 S Bnife m 4 111 Turner r 3 3 1ft Som er 4 0 3 1 3 Cannmt p 3 0 9 0 1 liMsaoo 1 0 0 0 0 Tin ale 3ft ft IA 97 Ifti Total Hit for Cannon la eighth Rflig"1 A1 3 001 AAA -ft Za4ucah 001000 010-3 Summary: Krran— AtMmt Rltrkhurn j'1'' In- -Llndeny 3 Sommers 3 " J" hill— Aitam Tlrtr J"" hit— Hoff Turner Rom nin--LlnilMy Sarnflr hill -Mora- Stolen hnofi— Morally Wolf 9 Dou-uf TDiftmw Sommer In m 'r" " l'bhurn tn IT?"' J!1 "" h — Fniturnh ft Hop P''ht-Bv Cannon 3 noth ft run in hit Loetnc rltrher— Can-Jon Raraa nn belle-Off Cannon 9 nff Snmmere A smirk nut— Bv Crannn ft hv Sommer 7 by Thnmpeon 1 H't hv pltrh-er-By Summer Ttl-rkhuni Time— 1M Umpire— Green nn Basse Kentucky Beats Vols LEXINGTON Ky Msy 23— IAP — The University of Kentucky golf team defeated the University of Tennessee here todsy by s score of 94 to 84 Kentucky scored 74 points in the individual matches and two points in the foursome He Didn’t BY EMMETT MAUM Amateur ring follower partiri-panla and officials recall William Robert Townsend in The Commercial Appeal-Catholic Club 1930 boxing tournament but they can't giva him a huge recommendation for bia ability at that time it develops Townsend in rasa you dont know Is a Memphis boy now in Uncle Sam's army In Hawaii— and furthermore ia an allarnata for tha light heavyweight division on the American Olympic team Tha 23-year-old kid who will pass another milestone in hla life Nov 12 bowed before Carl Vlncequerra Creighton University gridiron star and regarded one of tho moat promising amateur fighters in tha nation Wednesday night In tho Olympic finals at Chicago Defeat came for Townsend but the plaudits of tha crowd of 19152 ware hla nevertheless They simply couldn't conceive of auch courage the Dixie youth showed them standing off a barrage of blows by Vlncequerra in every round par ticularly the third Plenty Of Courago “That boy Townsend just won’t quit he’s as courageous as you'll ever find in the amateur boxing ranks" a sports commentator flashed over the air on a national hookup during the battle “He's been hit with Juat about everything but there Billy Townsend goea throwing hla left at Vlncequerra again" All of Townaend'i family were and are extremely proud of him His showing warranted praise a Ad the radio men newspapers and fans alike accorded him plenty But back to Townsend's career as an amateur in Memphis Contrary to the statement in The Commercial Appenl Thursday Townsend did not fight Vf fight Vlrtor Ksts at that time the cream of the crop hern among the featherweights Townsend advsnrcd to the semifinals in 1930 by beating Woodrow SCRUGGS TOPS SHOOTERS Breaka 48 Targets With 410 Gun At Wynne's Jimmie Scruggs shooting a 410 gauge gun led the amateurs at the Weekly shoot of the Wynne Skeet Club yesterday afternoon J D Barbee broke 47 to take second honors J T Stockard broke 45 for third Jimmie Srrtixr J P Rnrhe J T Btorknrd Frank Miller Jr U M Lewi H Malllek A J Hny 1 G Nation E F Cllheon XA H Tralhnf xBIII Leflwlrh XL V Cnushlln xProfeeatonal HARVEYS OPPOSE DELCO Meet In Fountain of Youth Baseball Loop At Fair Grounds Todsy Running s close rare for first honors Floyd Harvey Cleaners and Dclco Batteries will clash at 9:30 o'clock this morning in ths Fountain of Youth League at Fair Grounds diamond number one Harvard Beats Yale CAMBRIDGE Mass May 23— I AD— Paced by triple wins by Captain Milton Green and Norm Cahners the Harvard track (team wept 13 first places in 15 events and tied for another to best Yale 91 to 44 in their 43rd meeting hers today to right— Jemos like the idaa of Succeed rhilllpa in his first bout In the second ha fell before Joe Aeschll-man then one of the leading punch ers In Memphis Then in tha finals Ksts conquered Aeschliman In an extra round for tha title An employe of Tha Commercial Appeal Aeachllman expressed great surprise st Townsend's progress Usd Little Trouble “He waft a pretty good boy" Joe recalled “but I didn't have a great deal of trouble with him in that bout Townsend backed sway as I remember and tried to make me follow him but I stood off until I had a chance to hit him “At that time he didn't have such a hard punch but he no doubt has now I hops him nil the luck in the world" Afschllman concluded The referee of Townsend’s match with Aeachliman was Bob Luster who has seen amateur greats come and go for many years Luster too was pleasantly surprised but he wee forced to admit that "he must have improved plenty" “I remember Townsend and hia fight with Aeschllman" Luster said "Aeschtlman beat him but it was a very good battle “Townsend certainly must have improved wonderfully or he never could have reached the Olympic finals In my opinion he wasn't one of the outstanding boys in that tournament” Luster declared The conqueror of Aeschllman in that meet Ksts also had a recollection of Townsend but he couldn't remember juat how good he was Was Featherweight In 30 1 think he was a good boy alright but you know he ia a light heavy now and then he was a featherweight which means a lot has happened since that time1 Ksts aaid “That boy is one who would never give up" declared Bob Mas scy a close friend of Townsend and one of the closest followers of amateur boxing in Memphis “He could fight but boy how he could take It!" CINCINNATI TODAY Claybrook Tigers negro professional team of Claybrook Ark who stretched their victories to 13 in s row Friday night by besting Dubis-son 4 to L will meet the Cincinnati Tigers in two games this afternoon st Rusawood Park The first will get under way st 2 o'clock Cincinnati has n powerful club and should furnish ths Arkansans with ample competition CORNELL CREW SCORES Rows To Easy Victory Over Har- vsrd and Syracuse ITHACA N Y Msy 23-(AP— Cornell's heavy and experitneed varsity crew one of the east's major threats for the intercollegiate regatta at Poughkeepsie next month rowed to nn easy victory over Harvard and Syracuse In the two-mile varsity event of Cornell's spring day regatta on Cayuga Lake today Coach Jim Wray's husky lads dashed off the two miles in 10! minutes 383 seconds PITT SCHEDULES TEN PITTSBURGH May 23—(AD— Jock Sutherland's Pitt Panthers will play a 10-game football schedule in 1937 including two new opponents— Duke and Wisconsin St John Jot Walsh Willard St The Commarcial Appaal ovant At First In the 1930 meet Malcolm Townsend brother of the Olympic team member defeated James Cox by decision and scored a technical knockout over Jimmy McWUlie to win the paperweight crown Back In those days ha was known as Robert Townaend Now In tha army ho ia railed William or Billy But he'a tha same youth He'a the son of Mrs G B Diffee 350 High Street Joined Army Townsend attended Merrill School and Humes High for a short time Shortly after he boxed in The Commercial Appeal meet ha Joined tha army and waa aent to Fort Bill Okie Ha spent four years there and waa honorably discharged A former elevator operator at tha Baptist Hospital and a Western Union messenger Townsend came back home after hia discharge and remained nine months But he was anxioua to get outdoors again so he hiked to Los Angeles and re-enliated being aent to Hawaii Townsend waa a member of the 12-man Hawaiian army team which elected from 20000 participants to compete in the National Golden Gloves The Memphian waa the lone survivor in the tourney He traveled the longest distance for the Olympics coming 5000 miles Gets Trip To Berlin Tha trip to Berlin and back will mean that Townsend has traveled half way around the world He will leave with the team July 15 Townsend It is believed ia still in Chicago Ha told his mother in a letter a few days ago that he probBbly would be home for a brief visit but definite word has not been heard yet “He'll likely slip into Memphis without anyone knowing it" hla brother Malcolm said It is a aura bet that outside of Townsend's family and neighbors not over 10 people here knew that tha kid was in tha Olympic meet until the announcement in The Commercial Appeal SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED Sewanee Offers 35 Scholarships To Build Grid Team SEWANEE Msy 23 — (AD -Amplifying their action for the first time regents of the University of the South issued a statement today saying that the 35 scholarships recently authorized “are to ha offered to selected students of athletic ability who can meet en trance requirements" st Sewanee The gifts said the statement will ! be known as “Regents' scholar-! ships and will bs swarded by the: same committee that awards all ' other scholsrahlps offered by the I university” j Tho scholarships for athletes 1 were announced by the regents several weeks ago as a means ofi bringing ths Tiger football teams the prominence they enjoyed several years ago Sewanee has never won a Southeastern Conference game and its victories over major rivals in the past decade were few and far between SALES SHOW INCREASE Interest Increased in All-Star Game At Boston BOSTON May 23-(AP)-Bob Quinn president of the Boston Bees said tonight requests for tickets for tho fourth annual all-star ball game have increased greatly this year along with the team selections submitted by fans la tho cqntesU John and Allen Dodds They UNION CITY 6 TO 3 Mason Allows Six Victory Hits in UNION CITY Tenn Msy 25— Union City ' Greyhounds ' drppped the second of the three-game series with Mayfield here tonight by scon of 6 to 3 Mason who stayed all ths way for Mayfield allowed six hits while his teammates were getting nine off Voorhees and Brysch Hotchkiss Mayfield catcher collected three hits out of four trips MAYFIELD r abrhAa1 ahrhas B'x’kr ee (Ills R'hartti HldSI Shaw 2h 4 10ft SBhewey If ft 1 S S 0 M'd’w lh 4 0 111 Srh'ler 3h ft 0 0 2 0 P'ym'n rf 4 1 A 0 O'Th’eon rf 4 1111 SWIanil If S 0 A S 1 Vanek cf ft 0 A 4 A Keel ft 4 0 A A OIKeely lh Hn’kine e 4 1 3 9 1'S'mere th E'allih Sb 4 1 S A 3 Wl’l'me e Mann p 4 1 1 S iVo'htee Mahon aa Bryech p xPIkey xxWray UNION CITY shrh 4 t s e 3 0 113 3 0 0 ft 1 5 A A A 3 1 0 A 3 0 -I Total) 30 0 017101 Total! 30 S 0 37 10 xHIt 'fnr Voorheee In eeventb xxHIt for Mahonra ta ninth Mayfield iiPI0 AA3 000-0 Union City 010 000 3110— S Summary: Error — Shaw 1 Meadows weetland Maarh Sehliicter Thompson Knallih Perryman 1 Bogroiky Maaoo 3 Two-baea hlte — Thom peon Hntehklaa Bhewey Left on baara— Mayfield ft Union City 1L Innlnsa pitched— By Voorheee 7 with 0 rune s hit hy Bryech 9 with en rune 1 Mt Winning pitcher— Muon Lon-Inx Tmcher — Voorheee Bara on hell — Off Voorheee 3 nff Maaon 4 Struck net — By Voorheee 5 by Maaon 4 hy Bryech 1 Hit by pitcher— Rif herd by Muoa Umpire— McDonald Speck MONSWEEP WINS FEATURE Registers lnitisl Victory In King's Date At Toronto TORONTO May 23— yS)-' Har ry C Hatch owner of Canada's leading racing stable todsy registered his initial victory in the King's Piste when Monsweep captured the seventy-seventh running of the oldest racing classic in North America A crowd of 25000 jammed Wood bine here for the opening ofthe Canadian racing season and watched Monsweep at odds of 4 to 1 gallop home two and s half lengths in front of Storm Blown owned hy Georgh M Hendrle Epicurus owned by ths Parkwood Stables finished third Novel Hitless Game Three pitchers working three in nlngs each for Mount St Josephs of Baltimore held Tow ion High School runlesa and hitless Sponsored by John C Claybrook of Claybrook Ark CINCINNATI CLAYBROOK TIGERS COLORED Twa af the Ostateedleg Colored Professioaal Baseball Club of A"lfI Section Reserved for RUSSWOOD Price I Me 50r 60c Box Seats FIGURE IN TITLE race Squad That Wa Formed Eight Yearg Ago Now Loom M Star Contender for Commercial Appeal Crown If anybody tries to taks tha j0n Cab softball team apart or niw just one or two of their players hi will havo a real problem The fellows make it s point stick together and while thVy h!-! fallen Just short of championhPl in competing under other lum-Z they have always ders This year ths squad appear t bo one of tha best contenders (Z -Dio Commercial Appeal champi ship Winner of this annual to uni ment represents Memphis in hi Tenneaaeo state elimination Chattanooga The Jolly Cab players got tn-th er eight years ago at old Mnrri Park Twelve of the player on the original team are atill together Winchester Neighbor The boys are neighbors in the vi cinity of Winchester Park One of them esn go out on his porch gni give s signal the others will hear jt and practice is under way in leu than 30 seconds This is the only unlimited mft ball team in the city compneed of players from the same neighbor-hood The squad is also the youngest in the city averaging l yr They entered unlimited play ta 1934 as the Winchester Skeletons Unseeded in The Commercisl Appeal tournament they scored one upset after another and reached th semi-final bracket As the Stag Cafe team last ynr they gained prominence as a ml threat to any Memphis opponent Tho team has shown remsrknhlt improvement this year particularly in pitching with Vince Tuminel-lo'a bewildering change of pace Massey Replaces Fsrmer Bob Massey was manager nf the dub ths past two years He felt that ths team needed s more experienced leader and “Fat” Farmer former All-Memphis infielder was secured The team is making favorabls progress under Farmer and looks like s sure thing to be one two or three In The Commercial Appeal event Members of the Cabs are Joe Holder Tumlnello Howard Clemons Harry Adams ' Massey Bob Penochlo Ralph Ogeltree Nick Migliaccio Paul Hicks Boh Brannon Jos Delisl John Giarcsglinl Gsns Maynard Frank Brogan and Farmer GENERALS 6 TO 5 Ninth Inning Error Jackson Defeats JACKSON Tenn May 23-The Jackson Generals tossed sway as exciting game to Fulton Ky Kitty Leaguers tonight 6 to 5 as Manager Wilbur Bickhsm and Grover Reisinger hooted a lo hit around th infield and permitted Shuck a pinch hitter who had doubled in tha ninth to com horn with ths winning run Both tesmi play here tomorrow FULTON I JACKSON abrbotl R'ctt Sb B e 0 4 a: Brae 3t shaffey Sb 4 1 1 t 1'Htnrr Batta rf 1(11 OiR'hlt rf Haho If 4 10 10 Liddell cf Veaeey cf S 0 0 3 ewham lh Sander lb 4 1 A 0 SR'Incer Sb W notes c 4 117 Si Newell If Strata aa 4 1 S S I Tnnn e Trent P 10 10 Draylor P (Venning 10 3 0 2 (lii’elle aa brhA4 4 1221 nan ft n 2 1 (ill 4 111 4 1 J J ft ft J J 40(2 5 I 4 ft ft 2 I Bhurk Lone p rout 3ft ft 1ft 27 1 o' Total 37 ft 10 11 x— Batted for Wanning in stntn 0M fll 21S- 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Smith 2 ! 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