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£IGHT THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1939. of Sorts The best possible medicine for the ailing Col. E. R. Bradley has been supplied by Bimelech, his great two-year-old thoroughbred. Mimelech just about stepped to the head of the juvenile parade with a pair of impressive victories in the Saratoga special and the rich Hopeful. The colt has the veteran master of Idle Hour Farm in Kentucky conceding himself another Kentucky Derby triumph in the spring. He already has four such victories. Bimelech, a son of Black Tony and La Troierine, has not,been beaten in four starts. He came close' to defeat in the Hopeful when a poor start caused him to be pinched off and struggling to find his running legs in last place. It was not until the field straightened out for the dash down the •tretch that Bimelech was able to make his bid. "With an amazing drive, the colt flashed under the Tire the winner. On the strength of that great race in the face of the poorest sort of racing luck, it is tmlikely that the colt will lose races because lie lacks heart. Prior to his Saratoga triumphs, Bimelech had won a five-furlong maiden race at Aqueduct and a five and a half furlong dash at Suffolk Downs. The four victories have netted Col Bradley $44,150. In both the Saratoga Special and the Hopeful, Bimelech triumphed over Andy K, considered by many as a serious contender for juvenile honors. Bimelech's impressive victories at the Spa course are likely to make him a strong favorite when he goes to the post in the $100,000 Belmont Futurity. Bowling League Season Launched The Western Maryland Railway bowling league got under way Thursday evening by rolling on the Coliseum alleys. The captains and teams .have been picked and the loop is headed for another successful year. The teams are made up of the Flats, Tanks, Boxes, Hoppers. Gondolas and the Refrigerators. J. W. Moser on Thursday night had high set with 364 while P. T. Martin had high single with 140. Standings: Won Lost Pinfall Hoppers 3 Refrigerators 2 Tanks 1 YANKS ALL SET TO NAIL '39 FLAG TO STADIUM MAST New Yorkers Need Single Win Today To Start Planning For Big Series Cincinnati In National League Still Faced With Plenty Of Struggle Before They Can Claim Flag; Only 3% Games In Front Of Fighting Cards. 3-2 with all their runs coming on By JUDSON BAILEY, A.P. Sports Writer The American league flag fuss was down to brass tacks today and the New York Yankees all set to use them to nail the precious pennant to the mast. With arrangements already approved for the world series to .open in the mammoth Yankee Stadium October 4, the club needed only to win from the Detroit Tigers today, or the Boston Red Sox to lose, to clinch New York's fourth consecutive championship. The bombers dropped Detroit 103, yesterday and the Cleveland Indians massacred Boston 7-1 to increase the margin between the two teams to 16 games with exactly that number left to play. The National league adventure tightened slightly again as the Cincinnati Reds divided a double-header with .the New York Giants and the St. Louis Cardinals nosed out the Boston Bees 1-0 in 14 innings. This left the pennant picture in this form: American League Won, lost, games behind, games to play. New York 97 41 18 Boston SI 57 16 16 National League incinnati ... S3 51 20 St. Louis .... SO 55 3% 18(x) hicago 77 63 9 14 Brooklyn 71 63 12 20 (x) One game with New York cancelled. The Yankees' victory, yesterday, halting a three-game slide, shoved Steve Sundra into the forefront of major league pitchers with ten victories and no defeats. He paced six hits effectively as well as bringing in one run with a double and hitting a single with the bases full for two others. The Reds were victims of seven- hit" pitching by Willis Hudlin and a 15-hit offensive. The Athletics edged out the Chicago white Sox Johnson's 22nd homer with two on in the first inning. The St. Louis Browns bowled over the Senators 9-5 with the help of six errors by Washington. Cincinnati continued its recent terrific hitting in taking the first game of the doubleheader from the Giants 10-6 and running a sudden winning streak to six games. Led by Ernie Lombardi and Frank McConnick the Reds got IS hits. But in the nightcap errors and some ineffective pitching let New York take a lead that was good enough to win 4-3 when darkness closed in after seven innings. The St. Louis-Boston game was a hurling duel between Bob Bowman and Jim Turner for 11 innings and their relief carried on nobly until thelast of the 14th when Enos ( Country) Slaughter doubled and Joe Medwick brought him around with a single. Brooklyn also was forced to extra innings to beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, jamming across two runs in the tenth for a 4-2 decision. The Chicago Cubs and Philadelphia Phillies split a double bill. The tail-enders crowded six runs into the third inning to take the opener 9-6 and the Cubs came back In the nightcap 6-1 with Vance Page and Claude Passeau cooperating in a four-hit pitching show. Flats ... Boxes .. Gondolas 0 1633 1 1623 2 154S , .1 2 1503 .0 3 1541 .0 3 1500 team members are as fol- The lows: Flats—S. H. Lefever, capt.; W. H. Fisher, C. L. Turner, R. E. Baker, C. R. Wilson, R. V. Schlotterbeck, \WC. Rohrbaugh. Tanks—R. I. Fogle, capt.; D. E. Fitz, L. B. Moser, C. W. Shupp, R. C. Paden, B. I. Beck, E. W. Wolfe. Boxes—R. I. Ihlefeldt, capt; J. W. Moser. W. E. Berger, E. C. Leather, R. L. Kline, G. S. Kuhn, P. N. Breichner. Hoppers—R. A. Magaha, capt.; G. T. Rurnberger, G. E. Harsh, J. T. Gossard, J. A. Kerns, J. R. Booth, T. R. Waltz. Gondolas—G. H. Kerlin. capt.: R. E. Betts, E. S. Carver. L. L. Swope. W. F. Mowen, N. W. Harper, N. Tj. Booth. Refrigerators — I. T. Snyder, capt.; P. T. Martin, H. R. Gary, H. J. Rohrer, H. R. Shoemaker, R. E. Heleine, A. W. Wellinger. ALL COLORS Big Yank Work Shirts Now 66c HOFFMAN' S 15 North Potomac Street SPORTS ROUND-UP By KRIETZ PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 16 (/?).— You could have had 100 to 1 from almost any odds layer in Philly that Galento wouldn't have gone 14 rounds to win Old Tony may never be champion, but will do as a challenger until some one better comes along... .G-aorge Blake can referee for our dough—he was just as smooth as the advance notices said Philly made the fight a' civic proposition.,. .A huge electric sign. "Galento vs Nova" was strung across the front of the City Hall Mike Jacobs packed up his fistic circus today and carted it off to Detroit where Pastor and Louis will be offered Wednesday night... Personally, this correspondent never saw Nova in poorer shape for a fight—he was tired from the third round on. News note-. There was no "moanin" at the (Jersey) bars last night. . Today's guest star. Collier Parris, Lubbock (Tex) Avalanche: "We should be thankful that we live in a country where the nearest thing to a umpire." dictator is an One of the Boston B. B. writers got a laugh when he wrote: "The Red Sox seem to have lost their sense of direction and are chasing ! the Browns instead of the Yanks." See us first when you need your USED CAR HAGERSTOWN AUTO EXCHANGE 934 S. Potomac St. Phone 1133 Exclusive Men** Wear Hotel Alexander Bldg. Fire, Fire ! ! Clear the track for Cousin Lou Novikoff If he doesn't wind up the season as the leading hitter in two leagues, it will not be his fault i He was leading the Texas League when Los Angeles recalled him from Tulsa And latest averages show he's got out in front on the Coast (.378) with only a few* games to go They can't get the guy out. TOP HITTERS SLOWING UP Di Maggio Drops^ Below .400 Mark But Still Leads By Big Margin. NEW YORK. Sept. 16. (/P).—An early frost blighted the major league hitting leaders this week like so many summer flowers. Joe Di Maggio of the New York Yankees, ambitious to be the first .400 .hitter in nine years, collapsed from .405 to .390 and in the National league Johnny Mize of the St. Louis Cardinals made virtually the same drop from .363 to .340. The leaders in each league: AM KKICAX I.K.VGUK Play«rr Clul» Di Jlasgio. x. Y. ., Trosky. Clevc Kox.x. Boston Keliner, Cleve Johnson. Phila.. . . . Rolfe. Xe\v York ., Trosky, Clevc Keller, New York .. Gehrlnser. Detroit. Williams, Boston . . Kreevich, Chicago . Applin, Chicago .. McNair. Chieajro . . G. Alt. K. H. 107 41 T, :17 101 ]UO 446 90 J4S ll'a 4f,7 ]::i 1C7 137 52f, 75 17S ]:»« 4.S7 104 K.: 1 . 339 595 1.11 19.S 320 44« !IO 14S 99 STifi 79 3 IS 101. r.4 I 7:' 11 S ir.fi 513 115 Ki9 131 495 7:i :«o i:ir. -p;4 T.'i iso 11" 415 49 134. .::90 ::32 .358 Thrills And Spills in Bloody Nova-Galento Battle Lou Nova, California heavyweight, executed this unusual salaam to his opponent, Tony Galento, in their bloody bout at Philadelphia, which Two-Ton Tony won on a technical kayo in the 14th round. Galento sprawled on top of Lou as this picture was made, adding to the excitement. Cupid Gets The Decision XATIONAf, OSAGt'K I'luycr CUil» ,\rize, St. J-ouis Medwick, tft. !Louis. Arnovleh, Phila. .. MeCormick, Cin. . . Good man, Cin P. \Vaner. Pitts. .. Hassett, Boston .. .Bonura. X. Y Slaughter, St. L.. .. Danning', N. Y. ... <;. AH. 132 4!KS 133 520 324 -itiO LIB ")3C 107 4Of. :oy r,!>o ]^9 520 120 447 i:u 5so 120 472 Jl. H. Pet. 91 174 S7 179 i;i 152 61 102 73 131 S3 126 66 ll>6 75 142 S3 16S 75 14S .34 9 .338 .330 .324 .323 .323 .310 .318 .317 .314 TATE CUBS PLAY PROTESTED TILT The Tate Cubs and the league leading JMaugansville Colts will meet in a very unusual way tomorrow on the City Park diamond at 1:15 promptly. The two teams will finish out a ninth inning of a previously protested game and will have a decided bearing of the league standing if the Cubs can overcome a one run lead and win in this last half of tTie ninth, with a runner on first base and one out This part of an inning should attract a real following of both clubs as the Tate outfit need Ihis victory in order to get into fourth place, while the Colts need the victory to OPEN WITH WIN The Charles Town High School | stay in first .place. As soon as this 1940 House Radios $1.00 per week Goodrich Silvertown Stores E. 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Charles Town meftts Hagerstown High here on October 21. game is completed the Cubs will meet the Harrystown Raiders who are at present tied with Yarrowsburg for second place in a full nine inning contest getting under way at 2:30 p. m. ft rest on Guaranteed Used and Factory Rebuilt Tires 5.50x16 6.00x16 6.25x16 6.50x16 7.00x16 5.25x17 5.50x17 6.50x17 7.50x17 5.25x18 6.00x18 4.50x20 $1.00 to $4,50 CR. POFFENBERGER WHOLESALE — RETAIL W E. Wathinflton St. Phone 76 Bob Johnson Is Star for Macks Philadelphia, Sept, 1-5 (JP) •— A three-run homer by Bob Johnson and tight pitching by Lynn Nelson gave the Philndejphia Athletics a 3 1o 2 victory over the Chicago White Sox in the second game of their series today. Johnson's circuit blow, his 22nd of the year, came in the first inning after Wally Moses had doubled and Al Brancato singled to open the inning. Chicago 001 100 000—2 S 1 Phila 300 000 OOx—3 5 2 Dietrich, Brown and Tresh; Xcl- son and Hayes. Lou Ambers, lightweight champion of the world, and his childhood sweetheart, Margaret Celio of Herkimer, N. Y., who have announced they will wed October 5. The wedding will be at St. Anthony's church in Herkimer. Pax's Sportorials On Softballers History repeated itself last evening at the Stadium when two great ball clubs, Kays and the Frederick Tailors, played to a 2-2 tie in nine full innings of softball. Things looked bad for the defending champions until the seventh inning when they tied the score at 2 all, and from that time on both teams faced each other in one-two-three order. Both teams will be back again today at the Stadium at 2:30 when they are scheduled to go through the pace again, and after a good night's rest each team should be ready for the contest. Gross gave up only four hits to the Kays, while Miller was nicked for six hits. Wagner, the snappy first baseman for the Tailors, hit a homer in the early innings of the game, which looked like the winning score until the Kay team came to life at bat in the final inning of the game. Galatzer Back In Big League Ex-Blue Ridger Bought By Cincinnati Reds From Indianapolis. Milton Galatzer, who patrolled the outfield for the Frederick club of the old Blue Ridge League in 1929. is getting another chance in the major leagues. The fly-chaser has been purchased from the Indianapolis Indians of the American Association by the Cincinnati Rods for delivery next spring. Galatzer, who hit around .330 for the Indians this season, was up with the Cleveland club a few years ago, but was sold to San Diego of the Pacific Coast League when his stickwork fell off. JEWELERS AND TAILORS TIE Darkness Halts Softball Tourney Battle Here Last Evening. The Frederick Tailors and the Kay Jewelers battled to a 2 all tie in the Eastern States softball tourney yesterday evening at the Stadium before one of the largest crowds of the season, the game being called after nine innings of play on'account of darkness. The tAvo teams will resume play this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Frederick scored in the fourth when Wagner hit for the circuit and again in the sixth when W. Miller walked in a tally. The Jewelers tallied twice in the seventh on a single, double and an error. Score: FREDERICK Ab. R. H. 0. A. E. Fox. c 4 0 0 13 0 1 J. James, ss 300221 Wagner, 3b 2 1 1 0 1 0 F. James, cf 3 0.1 1 0 0 Loy, rf 2 0 1 2 0 0 Gross, p 3 0 0 1 1 0 Moss. 2b 3 0 1 2 1 0 Swomley, sf 3 0 0 1 0 0 Esterley. lb 3 0 0 7 0 0 P. Miller, If 3 1 2 1 0 0 Totals 20 2 G 27 F. 2 KAY JEWELERS Ab. R. H. 0. A. E Brandenberg, sf 4 0 0 2 1 1 R. Miller, ss ... 4 1 1 1 6 0 Morris. If 4 1 1 1 1 0 Delosier. cf 3 0 0 0 0 0 Knode. 2b 3 0 0 4 2 0 Spigler, rf 3 0 1 0 0 0 Wetzel. lb 2 0 0 13 1 0 Popo, 3b 3 0 1 3 4 0 Berger, c 3 0 0 2 0 0 W. Miller, p ... 3 0 0 1 2 0 Totals 32 2 4 27 17 1 Score by innings: Frederick 000 101 000—2 Jewelers 000 000 200—2 Two base hit: Popo. Home run: Wagner. Bases on balls: Off Gross 2; off Miller 3. Struck out: By Gross 6; by Miller 1. Left on bases: Frederick 7 - Jewelers 5. Double play: Morris to Knode. Umpires: Brewbaker, Brashcars and Hickey. Time of game: 1 hour. West End Stars To Battle Hornets Fans were treated to some real softball and thoroughly enjoyed one of the finest games yet played in the tourney. When two teams that have the perfection of play and timing that these two teams possess, you really see the fine art of the game, as neither squad quit trying until the final out had been made. War i? the nanK 4 of a town of 1,592 persons in West Virginia, Things were livened up a bit by the appearance of the Moose Drum Corps in snappy uniforms and led by a clever majorette. The drum corps performed very creditably and won the plaudits of the crowd. Several Frederick fan? ram* 4 ov^r with th^ Tailors and certainly made themselves heard, Tomorrow afternoon on the Reservoir diamond the West End All Stars will meet the strong Harrys- town Hornets in a game that promises to be a thriller. The game is scheduled to get un- j der way at 2:30 o'clock with Roger Mowen on the slab for the All Stars and "Buck" Russell or Stains behind the bat. Just who will pitch for the Hornets is not known. "Money" Martin is expected to play third base for the West End team in the place of Ralph Wagaman. who still is unable to play, due to the injury received last Sunday in the first game. All members of the West End All Stars are requested to be at the diamond at 1:30 p. m. for practice. i as did the Kay supporters who let | the world know who thoy were I rooting for. ! Kay Jewelers In Play-Off Contest At 2:30 this afternoon, the Kay Jewelers and the Frederick Tailors meet again to break their 2.-2 tie score game of last evening. The game is scheduled for the Stadium, and is expected to be one of the closest games played yet. Each year the Kay and Tailors battle each other to a tie game, which necessitates another game to determine the winner. This year proved no exception. Both teams possess excellent pitchers and Gross is expected to get the assignment again today while Barnhart will doubtless prove the starting pitcher for the Kay Jewelers. Dr. Earle IT. Lightner, president of the Eastern States Association, has anounced the following officials to work in the game today: Brashears at home plate, with Brewbaker on first and McKee at third base. The winner of torlny's game will meet the Meyers and Berkson team on Monday evening at 5:15 in the first game of the championship series. Galento Back On Top Of Fistic Heap With Technical Kayo Over Lou Nova New Jersey Barkeep Wears Down Californian To Score Technical Victory In Fourteenth Round; Nova Takes Terrible Beating. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 16 (£>).— Tony Galento was back on top of the world again today, yelling for another chance at the heavyweight championship and likely to get it, following his bloody 14th round technical knockout of Lou Nova last night in the municipal stadium. Regarded by a majority of critics \ as easy prey for the powerful Cali-' fornian, round Tony came back to give Nova a fearful punching, knock hini down four times and forced Referee George Blake to stop it in 2:44 of the 14th. Both fighters looked like they had been hit by s trucks at. the finish, and for the last five rounds the crowd was imploring Blake to step in. Tony led all the- way, from the instant he landed a terrific left hook on Nova's jaw in the second round. He would have won by a wide- margin on points if the fight had gone the limit. Nova's efforts to box were futile. Every time he started a left jab, his best weapon, Tony nearly knocked his head off. It was a surprising and amazing exhibition of hard punching and endurance by the Orange barkeeper. In the third round, Tony clipped Nova to the canvas for a count of one. In the eighth he had him down again for no count, and in the final chapter Lou was on the floor twice for three and eight before Blake took pity on him. Tony was staggered a couple of times here and there, but he never went down. From the third round on Nova bled furiously from cuts around his right eye, and his handlers did wonders in bringing him out at all AMERICAN LEAGUE YESTEHIIAVS RESULTS New York 10: Detroit 3. St. Louis 3; Washington 5. Philadelphia 3; Chicago 2. Cleveland 7: Boston 1. New York 97 Boston 81 Chicago 79 Cleveland 76 Detroit 71 Washington 60 Philadelphia 50 St. Louis 38 STANDING Won I.out Pet. 41 .703 57 60 61 66 81 80 98 .587 .568 .555 .518 .426 .385 .279 GAMES TODAY Detroit at New York. Cleveland at Boston. St. Louis at Washington. Chicago at Philadelphia. GAMES St. Louis at New York. Cleveland at Philadelphia. Detroit at Washing-ton. Chicago at Boston. LEAGUE YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati 10-".: New York C--I. 'Brooklyn •); Pittsburgh -. Philadelphia !»-1 : Chir.-vgro G-G. St. Louis 5: Boston o. Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago . Brooklyn . New York 80 77 ....... 71 \Voii l,n< 83 51 55 63 63 67 Pittsburgh ........ 69 Boston ........... 57 Philadelphia ..... 42 66 74 75 92 IVI. .619 .593 .550 .530 .504 .483 .432 .313 GAMES TODAY New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Chicago. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. Boston at. St. Louis. IJAMES TOMORROW Brooklyn at Chi/'apo. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Boston at Cincinnati. New York at St. Louis. Major League Leaders (By The Axuovlntcrt Pr«-«f*) AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting — DiMaggio, New York, .390; Foxx, Boston, .358. Runs—Foxx, Boston, 131; Rolfe, New York, 131. Runs batted in—Williams, Boston, 133; DiMaggio, New York, 120. Hits — Rolfe, New York, 198; Keltner, Cleveland, ITS. Doubles — Rolfe, New York, 43; Williams, Boston, 40. Triples—Lewis, Washington, 16; McCosky, Detroit, 14. Home runs—Foxx, Boston, 35; DiMaggio, New York, and Greenberg, Detroit, 27. --* Stolen bases—Case. Washington, 50; Fox, Detroit, and Kreevich, Chicago, 20. Pitching—Sundra, New York, 100;Heving, Boston, 11-3. COLTS TO PRACTICE SA^ yon today a* The play-off! game at the Stadium. The Maugansvile Colts will stage a practice session on the City Park diamond this afternoon at 2:30 j o'clock in preparation for their; games on Sunday. Manager Kber-; $r»l? r^inpsfs that all playor.s be on ; hand for this workouu ' NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting — Mize, St. Louis, .Jl-19; Medwick, St. Louis, .338. Runs—Hack, and Herman, Chicago, and Werber, Cincinnati, 100. Runs hatted In—MeCormick, Cincinnati, 111; Medwick, 104. Hits — MeCormick, Cincinnati, ISO; Medwick, St. Louis, 179. Doubles — Slaughter, St. Louis,! 46; Mize, St. Louis, 38. | Triples — Herman, Chicago, M; Goodman, Cincinnati, i4. Home runs—Ott, New York, 27; Camilli, Brooklyn, 26. Stolen bases — Handley, Pittsburgh, 18; Hack, Chicago, 15. Pitching—Derringer, Cincinnati, 21-7; Wyatt, Brooklyn, S-3. Noiso travels about one foot fast- or p^r ?prnnd for civry d»\cr<»e increase in temperature. toward the last. His face was a crimson blotch. One of Nova's straight lefts drove Tony's teeth through his lower lip midway of the carnage, and from there on everybody in the- ring, including the referee, was smeared with the claret. Promoter Mike Jacobs, sitting at the ringside for the first time in his care-er, fidgeted and talked to himself as Tony made a shambles of his beautiful "White Hope." There had been no doubt in Mike's mind that Lou would be the one to fight the winner of next week's battle between Joe Louis and Bob Pastor in Detroit. Now it is a question whether he will want to put Galento in the championship ring again, especially with Louis, but the weight of public opinion might force his hand. Toy looked great last night, and he wants another shot. "I'll stop that Louis in two rounds next time," he s*aid earnestly as he peered out of his one good eye. ' As for Nova, his bubble has burst, lie thought he was a boy of destiny, and he thought Galento would do no more than give him a good workout. He learned last night that he did not have the punch to stop a. really rugged fighter, and that his own jaw was not made of concrete after all. He wasted a lot of power trying to make a dent in Galento's stomach. His lefts only made Tony mad, and his best rights merely slowed the great Galento up long enough for him to swing another of his crushing hooks. RESULTS OF FIRST QUARTER MATCHES Second Quarter Matches for Golf Championship Begin Today Mrs. Elsa Moore, medalist o! the first night golfers of Fountain Head Country Club defeated Mv.«. Howard Dudley in the lirsr quarter for the women's golf championship. Results o£ the remaining players were: Mrs. R. 0. Whitiilegg defeated Mrs. .losepli Byr,on.; Mrs Ren Reed defeated Miss Hilda Ernst; Mrs. Willis A11 en tier for defeated Mrs. James Dudley; Mrs. L. H. Brnmback defeated Mrs. !•]. N. Kunkhouser; Mrs. L. J. Sheats tie- fcated Mrs. W. L. Hyssong; Mrs. K. T. Fridingcr defeated Miss Betty Whitclegg and Mrs. L. V. Hcrshey defeated Mrs. G. S. Lch- ner. Pairings for t.hc secon-,1 quarter: Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Whitelegg: Mrs. Reed and Mrs. Altemlerfer; Mrs. Brnmback and Mrs. Sheats; Mrs. Fridinger and Mrs. Hers bey. Pairings for the defeated eight: Mrs. 11. Dudley and Mrs. Byron: Miss Krnst and Mrs. J. Dudley; Mrs.' Funkhoiiscr and Mrs. .Hyssong; Mrs. WhRclegg and Mrs. Lehner. In a playoff of a tied score between Mrs. Royst.on Smith and Mrs. W. O. Vedder for medalist of the second flight golfers the position was won by Mrs. Vedder. Results of the second flight players were: Mrs. Smith defeated Mrs. Roy Mowen; Mrs. John Roane defeated Mrs. W. R. Caskey; Mrs. X H. Warne, bye; Mrs. W. 0. Vedder defeated Mrs. Alex Pryhoda. Pairings for the second quarter: Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Roane; Mrs. Warne and Mrs. Vedder. Pairings for the defeated four: Mrs. Mowen and Mrs. Caskey; Mrs. Pryhoda, bye. . The matches will be played, on September 1C, 17 and 18. Cleveland Takes Fourth Straight Boston, Sept. 15 (/P).—Cleveland's fourth-place Indians continuing a stretch drive to finish higher in the American League standings, hammered Boston for a 7 to 1 victory today on Willis Hmllin's steady seven-hit, flinging. Cleveland ... 100 000 033—7 35 i Boston 100 000 000—1 7 o Hudlin and Hemsley. Ostermueller, Wilson. LeFebvro and Desautels. 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