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July 22, 1934

The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 10

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PACE TEN IMC PARIS HEWS. IM4 DALLAS AND PARIS NINES WILL TANGLE SUNDAY Game Called 3:30 o'Clock At Ball Park Chief Bohanon Again to Be; On Mound For Parisian* Sunday ; interest at fe%er ~eat a^ ; signs point to one of the largest. Turnouts of the season -when Hap • ilorse and liis I>al!as American I •dry club play Sunday after- , at tiie local park. At no lime : ibis season have local fans shown more interest, tliaa :TJ the forth- .; coining 1 ' ea^e. due primarily to the victory of the home c!xit> uver Dallas last S-csday. Ma-naser Losscen assembled a ball club for the firs: came of the season, pat tbeni on the field with • only & -preliminary -workout and they responded ^:th a game that tkrilled the spectators. Chief Be- liasoii. f'.J-l bloc'd Choetaiv Indian. •who -was one of th-,- heroes of rate the mouad for tlu liome club. tvlii?e Manager Mortc \vill depend •upon White and aacConathcy. his fsvo aces. The cliesty r^cCo-iathey v/ho liad sot lost 3. jrap.->e this &easoi>. was shelled from the mound ta th« second in-nrnc of last Sunday's . - j t-y attend the Paris-Da lias ; sftemoor. ivill have an op- j portunity to try out. the ne" * pax-ins s>n North Main street. ; Hish/vvay department employes j Saturday -.'peiied a pyriios of j the road and the baseball park 1 ran be reached by driving out j North 3kiais- Tiirous-h traffic. | 3ioTsre*er. is stil! routed sa^t j •oti- ]Pine Sluff S.T7C: north or? | „ i" - -- _~,»_—^ i*-— i- '>**>• 5 * . T- * - - ~ - * fcj^li^v&y Tvili be OPSHSQ "^ntnin ; Biroseye Baseball BY H. K. OOX Did you know that: Chief Bohanon, Indian pitcher, has never lost a game ia the Oklahoma sandlot tournaments played at Oklahoma City. Tigers Lead In Flag Race Maintained Detroit Takes Fifty-Fourth j Game of Season From Phillies HANDICAP RACE "Bull Durham" has catight the Chief in all the games he has pitched at Oklahoma City over a. period of years? Palestine is now playing Pete Karnp in the outfield to get ad- I vantage of his hitting. And that; Pet c- is hit tin "em? j I I>alla£ is all hopped up over i their latest addition to the club —i one Mr. Schino. who. in two • pauses hss hit five-for-five. in-i ciudinc three home runs? . \ DETROIT. {i"P?— Detroit's pen- a.nt-seekins Tigers won their 54th ^arne of the season Saturday, de- • f eating Philadelphia. 4 to 1, by j coupling extra base tits with •: Athletic errors and bases on balls. '• Greenberg grot two doubles, a; single and a triple, and figured J in a triple play in the fourth in-; ning when he caught Berry's' drive, doubled TTarstler at first; and threw to Rogrell to nail Me- f Nair at second. I Phi!. 000 000 100—1 12 C Detroit 001 101 20^:—4 7 0 Flonr. ^Vilshere and Berry. Haves: Auker and Cochrane. CHICAGO, {aV-RlskJiius. fro» the Pacific coast and owned, by Xornian "W. Church, won th» Arii&ston handicap Saturday in * thrilling finish, beating Mrs. John D. Hertz's "Watch Him by. the head. The Calumet Farm's Hada* gal -was third. Indian Runner, the even money favorite, was out of the money. Riskulu*. which raced in front almost, from start to flush, ran the rniie and a quarter in 2:0± 2-5. threw fifths of a. second off the Cincinnati Beats Giants Three to Two Mighty Carl HubbeU Defeated By Allyn Stout Saturda v English Win Race Events Flosers Hornsby. taking over a. nrlsfit asrsresratior.. has them head- ins divi&;v,':i ir. tie American 2igg;-' Sears, old time Fort \Vorth outfielder, battler—umpire. *.sas been promoted to the major leagues as an umpire? Jack Calve, one time outfield vs.! of Zig^y's. *.vith whom fcc bad numerous battles, stated that "dis Zees:;', he fight lak hell,, 7* BROWNS BEAT SENATORS ST. LOUIS, C--P.I—The St. Louis Browns won their seventh straight ; victory Saturday. defeating the ' "Washington Senators 6 to 5. when Pepper doubled in the ninth and ; scored TVest •wirji the winning run. "XVash. 220 105 000—5 ? 1 • St, Louis 013 000 Oil—5 13 2 < Burke, Russell and Phillips; Newsom and tlemsley. ; t-;e.,-.T-~*> L~-*t~* Philips is running a, semi pr»-» ball club i'i the oil fields. •"-ith Dad Giles and Chick Giliia:?; as a part vf his club? "\vhen Manager Joe «_ronin of the 'Washington club picked JacS Russelj as one of the pitchers iit the All-Star gam-? he paid the local lac a. great compliment? GKHJUG HITS BOMEK CHICAGO. >.T> — Lou Gehrig son and BiTI Dickey his eleventh and "Lefty Gomes pitched s-ix hit ball for his 15th mound triumph as the Tankees defeated the "iVl-iie .^ox t" to 2 Saturday . Xew York 010 00" ICO—6 10 0 Chicago 002 000 oon— 2 S 0 Gomez iind Dickey; Tieje. Heving and Shea. d. across the platter 02 as pretty batting attack Paris tans >ta.T» looked at in a long-, lozir: time. "^hite. "*rso succeeded _-Ic- Conatlrey, helc tie local slug in part subjection after the seco~d, but th'ey Celled him rather freely. "he states in a letter to i^b officials F""rid.ay. sjnci n remises to S^-- e the icvacers another battl-? up Trill be intact, Z-Ianasrer Mors-- gave Jack Htissell a. rcm'bie, and Jack, is still tip there and -will be SOX BEAT CI/SVSL.AND. frf". — Although ; found for 13 hits. T\"e.s!ey Ferrell pitched the Boston Red Sox to a ; ~ to S victory over the Cleveland Indians Saturday. The Sos col- ; lected II hits off four Indian hur- : lers. It tvas Ferrell's first appear\ a?ice oil the mound in Cleveland i since he tvas traded l>~ the Trl£>e Oxford-Cambridge Wins Second Straight Track And Field Meet L.OXDOX. (J?) —^Handicapped by a knea operation which was j thought to have i-obbed ^him of i much of his speed. Jack Lovelock. ; New Zealand schoolmaster and I Oxford student, Saturday out-1 raced Bill Bouthron, one of Amer- i ica's greatest milers," for the; second straight year to help give • the track arsd field stars of Ox- i ford-Cam bridge victory . over I Princeton-Cornell. | \3eeting in the seventh renewal | of an international imervarsl'y ] series begun In 1921. Lovelock de-j feazed Bon throe by &. yard in 4 ; minutes. IL-.-i seconds. | It was a sad day for Borsthron ] as well as his Pri:iceton-Comel! j teammates for he also ran second j hi the SSO-yard run. failing to j overtake J. C. Stothard, of Com- i bridge, in a sprint for the tape. ] T"hc tioic fov t^3,v also was slow, ~ The English university stars i for the visitors, first places •.-ouniing. Princeron-CorneH won '-von last year S to 4. XE"W TORK. 0?).—Allyn Stout, who hadn't pitched a. complete game in 20 previous appearances. had the better of the mighty Carl Hubbell Saturday to give tbc cellar-dwelling Reds & 3 to 2 victory over the Giants. Stout pitched a. brilliant game, giving the world champions only six hits, walking only two and fanning five. H* topped off this performance by driving in the decisive run himself in the second inning. Cincinnati ,120 000 GOO—3 9 1 York 000 002 000—2 5 3 Stont and O'Farrell; Hubbell * and Mancuso. TALIfflNA BIDS FOR PLAYOFF Buffaloes TAT.TTTTNTA. Cmmp Pine.v Gro\'e near Talihinc. now known ax th* Holsum Valley camp to some, is sving io tnake a strong bid for the sandlot play-off tournament at Heavene^ with a reorga- nised team that played and won three games last Sunday. Th^ first same at Stapp with) the Stapp CCC camp ended 9 to 2. across the mountain at Camp Roy White near Pine Valley the s,core wast 9 to 5, and the Pine Valley Lumberjacks at Pine Va?ley fell 6 to 5. Crawford and;Delos \Yade did the pitching. A. double header is scheduled Sunday .at Talihtna, one same \vita Tuskahoma and. one with the E. C. TT. Indians of Wilburton. Red Copeland Holds Oilers Under Control In Sat- urdav Game CUBS TAKE TWIX BILt, PHILADELPHIA, {.??-—T h e Chicago Cubs made a clean sweep of the three-game series with the Phillies, winning both granies of Saturday's double header. 2 to 1 a,nd 14 to 5, First game: Chicago ... 100 000 001—2 Phillies 001 000 OOC—1 Weaver and Hartnett. C. Davis. A. Moore and Todd, Second gamci Chicago -.005 60S 000—14 19 0 Phillies ...000 105" 000— S II ~ Lee, Tinning and Hartnett, Phelps: Collirrs. Grabowski, --and Todd. Holden. Coleman to Have Golfers Likely That Tourney Be Played In Towns TULSA. (/P» — Mays (Red> Copeland held the Tulsa Oilers firmly under control here Saturday night and contributed considerably at .the bat .as the Houston BuffaJoes made it two straight tfeis series by winning a. ball .game 7 to ±. Houston . . . U20 010 310—7 11... 0 Tulsa . . 000 000 110—2 S 1 Copeland and Ogrodowskj; Davis. Posedel and Berger. Bea,umont ..OOO 130 002—5 S-1 At Ok!a. City 020 004 1 Ox—7 13 3 Larkln and :Tresh; Matuzak. Evans and Horton. | San Antonio 000 Q30 ; 210—6 9-1 | At Dallas .. 110 000 300—5 11 3 i \Viltse, H. Mills. Hillin and ! Heath; Gliatto. Vance and Pasek. Two Tie For Final Match Play in the Culbertson cup tournament" by women members^of the Paris Go!t" club has reached the semi-finals with one *f th» semi-final matches played, according to a report received Saturday. Mrs. Lynn lYhiiesides defeated Mrs. Joe VTunsch 4 and 2 to reach tlie finals. Mrs. Roy Johnson and Mrs. W. C. Clark, matched in the other semi-final match, have played two cighteen-hole mate-he* and have emerged tied each time, Mrs. W hi resides will play the winner of this match. Dallas Man WinsMatch 6 10 Texan Wins Final Place BKOWXS BEAT BRAVES BOSTON. UP*,.— St. Louis won its -third straight from the Bos- ion Braves Saturday, 5 to 3. Davis of St. Louis batted in. two runs, scored twice and made three hits off Brandt. St. Louis . .010 200 200—5 12 1 Boston ....901 010 000—3 S 1 Hal'ahan. Mooney and Davis, Suohrer: Hrandt and Hogars; COLEMAX, Tex. (3*>—Axi unexpectedly large number of entrants in the fourth annual Coleman invitation golf tournament. which opens Monday, made it lik&ly Saturday that the tournament will be I played in two towns. { Officials of tb.<s Hillcrest country club at nearby Santa, Anna offered the use of their layout and third and fourth flights probably { will play there- Barney Clark of Orange, winner of the recent Abilene invitation, was-one "of the first of the contestants to arrive, followed by Dick Xauts, Clarence Darlings and IToots Rockwell of Kotiston. S LOSE SATURDAY BROOKLYN, iVP>. —Relief Pitcher Leon Chagnon walked O^'etj FIRST GA3CE (12 Galveston— 000 100 230 002—S.16 f At Fort Worth— 000 004 200- 000— •$ 10 lithe second annual western Junior Jorgeus. Gumberi and Mealey: Davis and Jonnard. COLORADO SPPKJNGS. Colo;.. (IP* —Harr>- Todd. Dallas.'Teat... defeated Francis Lynch of Denver, • and 5. in a. senii-final round of MAKES KAjDIO TALKS VICTORIA. Tex.. £P>—Incapacitated by automobilo- accident injuries from continuing his „ cam - vai^T! with personal appearances throughout the rotate, John Pundt. of Dallas, candidate for railroad commissioner. st><>ke Saturday- night over the thr^e radio stations. 3.s he 5a:* on a b^d in a hospital here. Carroll -R-ith the bases loaded in . COSTTRADICTS the ninth inning Saturday and | .ViTACO, Texas, (!P*. —Congress- forced in ihe run tliat gave Brook- ! man Joseph "Weldon Bailey. Jr.. lyn an S to 7 victory over the I candidate for United States sen- Pirates, | ator. asserted in an address here Pirates ....131 010 010—-7 13 1 [ Saturday nlgfet that "his votes on. Brooklyn ..200 400 002—S 12 2 ] various measures considered ' by Hoyt, 'Birkofer. Meine. Lucas. { ihe 73d congress, had ^o.t been ' Chagnon and Padden. Volunac; | correctly stated by his opponent, Miingo. Clark. Munns and Lopez, i Senator Tom open golf tournament here Saturday. In the other jsemS-final match. Art Blomquist, of Colorado Springs, defeated Ray X>olce» of Trinidad. Colo.. 2 and 1- LOOK! 5 Sp«dding Irons 1 Etrassie 6 Dunlop Golf B*ll» 74: Golf Box of Tcsa House Hard^vare Company 1'a.ris club stveral years asro. \ "niay be Eiigrnt!" s'witch'jd.. l-ut i* at fc>^lie"^"ec T 1 "!"! i>c s^rcr^^r ^itl'^r Spears. Sarke or Gr!ffiT^ *•• i!" be on first for the r-er"e c! T j:«. John • at second, Templeter; 2t •Eih-ort and Hslie~ at th.irc. If Spears doer- not play firsi 5^*^ "?i"ill 1?^ shffte'C to Xlic ^titf I ^Td . wlucii will b-t mace izp of Spears. Bxirke, -Griffin. Ceo: cr Ber-Ue in t2ie outfield, -writh Bc-hanc-n and Ked PhiHips. -^ ho last year aa*J ; ers as a first ^senTS-n, vras sold R3ESCLTS SATURDAY en and 3>exter Hsy t*?s rsssrves of the IIOT:'^ clcb- The gan^e is scheduled to start a.t .3:3-0, -with eXImissio:: I'Sc. 'Tickets car: b-e sectored at .all cf •vc*; local drug 1 st-ores, Lindsay's, MiMebrand's. Zteversporf s. Hob:~^ou's Grocery, I>e-K-eese Groce— -. ,I>e'ar&ese Ser-."1'e Stador anc from ' last Sunds- z res' This -sai-se Phillips did not. cost TEXAS the Beaumont club z. t.b.i-1 dirne Houston T. Tulsa 2 " l5e;.- they signed hint ar:-d made Ok-ahoma, City 7, Beaumont :. t-rt'.-ne- out of hiz?-:? Sar. Antonio 6. Dallas =. :•:. v Paris pitcher, -vaen sold to AMJERICAX LHAG^ the "-•',- league -. y "."icnita Fall;. Detroit 4, Philadelphia i Xe-w- York 6. Chicago 2 HUNTING. X. T.. *J?> —Gregory i. j'lai'srin cf Newark and Berkeley Bell, tennis dynamo frcr-i Texas, battled tbeir '.vay lino the ilton club's invitation tc-tirnaniect : Saturday. •. i ally. ivhipj>ed his sets.i-ftna.1 cp- |' ponent. ilartin Birsby of Miami, I r~la.. 5-1. 1-6. 7-5. 6-3, whils Bel! ; '-•.-as eliminating "?^*:Irner Kines> of < 3e-I and ?>Iansin earned a berth •n the- final round of doubles by ': «nd Hajpb MJnn-cb of Trentcn. N. \ • J., 3-7. 6-4. 6-4. 6-2, Sunday ih*r?\ of Seattle who> disposed of the; : Ca'jHff of Tcnkers. N. T-. snd J, J ; ''.riibert Hal; o~ -Soi::h Orange, N. | J.. 3-6. €-3, 3-?. 7-S. 3-7. I . _ | S. v 1. •"• f " * * "* ""' *~*. * t""*"- & "*"; Oi> "\ •> '""r * 7^ *»• — ' " --^*- -•— \^— ^ ^"ziz* ±.? «_s.i it-Lstr -*———•--' »--•• -i & -i *±-*.i _. j.^i. 5 '-3-j"IT?.^' l2lSI'€r? NATIONAL LEAGUE s _ s ICES'*-' _-i-. r > J-;;:i:-_:eiph ia I-*3 C'lr-CiCns-.i S. Ne' v T'-irk 2 St. Louis 5. Boszc-n 3 -^-'-•.c ^:-2... ; f .'&.z?-j.-^~ ;;. tuming" STANDINGS rr:•:>;• Gray, sold by Si. !Uw--ke*.. :s not groin 5!VOW IN TEXAS •SATURDA 1>ALL\S. Tes. r.AP> — * ri"o it or not, byr it *T>o Texa* Sarai-da;! -\.n*J Th>> Is- r*ct one of tJi ' > Old «aj> m r?ulv"' M/,^-3 Lou r riersc-r: cor.tisa-es to pcunc ; , >t ~: ~h-~ fe^cee make no difference to \ i-^ju -?i-h»*— he gretE "aho'tz o' one." j _ AMERICAN LF-AC-LT. i'earr.—• ' T~ -^ Pcr< Detroit . *-1 2" •i"*^•*"-'" A ' York ....... ."; ?.'. •;=-.- Bioslo .= . • " *» ^ -54S ' da-.', i he. Bines d^fca* &< 3 ; ago Jn s. t'vo-.craTnc ser: 1 ??. j '. cay r.iz'nz from Mt. Pli=;a.%ar:t. | • tor;es In .a. t^o-day stand. Ho-war-3 | : vVells. shortstop, ard Kc> Nicho's. ' , *ack in Thursday's gar?:^. ^h:c-i ) and Gens Bryar.t 'urni^hec thf » score -?. as 4 to 2- IX MONTHS Its a <^sjc-Tnajj sww?'. Bui That snar:, ar?>j sisajor st For: C'rorkeu, Oalveston, ha*»i^ offrciaS w<^atiif-r c-faar? to bai^k up j>j> 5torr. .\nj- OZM: <ai?i s-"?* 1 !t si ti*e Love Field ^ <?f tJie ^^esaUx^r Imreau. Ttoe fii- 1 ?-. TTUrkmjr a !>f-r<>r^ OFFICERS ^ ATCH FOR DILLINGER | r f r °.%. NATIONAL LEAGUE : hair; formed the ba;:er>" in th* i , an<i I>ori Benn wcrkti the second | f same. Junior Clark, first bise- | . mas, -was injured in this series | | ! A Record breaking demand has sent Chevrolet production to its highest total in four years. .-tc-r:ous o^V.&v,'. might appear at I , La.>:*z:ce cottage near here, puz | Al3f ler< -VlOUIltaHieerS Defeat Mf. Pleasant ioto C4TJ. I f .*^rf» f <^»» s *>, :n f- the viral her t!-«al ar t!u> of llvr j«ar."" HARLAND.4LK PAINTER REPORTED MISSING ?C AM'OXI ^t. Har shot ri<3-il lay 3-:<*r h* had r»- ; anonymous death Threat '5.1 n; of r^viviri^ the Ku Klsur Klae ;*^,;<- tru »t>- primer;--' _ _ , 5roo.xjyr ... 37 .",<« .-tC" ,-r-- v -vs> -^,-- .-T> . . ^- ,J Ph:3ad*lpfcia .55 5C .403 _.. ^^v£,_. ,r',.. -^ — A "tap i Cincinnati . "i -,e " iat J o r. r, DiI. ; Inger_. Iniiiaca.';-! "~ "" ' " *'"" n-,.t-;-r:ous o--t*av,-. might appear at I P^.a,*.* ar?d local s.vth-iritj** on their j guarc Ss'.^-—;ay b-ut not.h:n.g came ; f - f T * . —^-^——. . " ^' '-^is^ -*. •= r—~?,~> ^ i ANTLKRS. Okis_ — Ants*rs \ . c<s^e-i «t ^.^,\»- .ri^itarj 1 Aca.d- ; rrsrr?* *eri*>s on Sun-Jay ar.<5 "or-r Cu^-x-r Kschar-.s* Bank irdght b« ; THINK Of— \ robbtc and the: . su-ccs: with a ; *•**« Wonfterfnl Bargains in n^vr * th* =T*T.« ponce for«.i Home Furnishings I Ton Can B»y *t : D. H, Baker Furn, Co. at t5 Nortb M»tn Strict, : "Ttic Ho****; That Scrll^ for ?"•>" irjsta.ji'C'E, ju.*5v loolc at '. >,rr ... v *i:*r notified A! 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