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SPORTS Play Finals Oi Net Meet Here Today By HOWARD V. MILLARD Herald Review Sports Editor . The weatherman sent the Central Illinois Tennis tournament to the cement courts in various parts of the city yesterday, but it only made the matches a little harder on the players legs. After a wait until 3:30 p. m. the elay courts, as smooth as a velvet carpet, were ready for action and then until darkness halted play the men, women and juniors were in constant action. Today's action will furnish the net fans of the city a battery of semi finals in the morning starting at 9 o'clock with the finals due to get started around 2 p. m. Who Are Left In the men's singles Keith Clark of Champaign defeated Paul Belter of Pekin 6-0; 6-4 to reach the semi finals. He opposes either Major Ken Johnson or Mike Serbu who halved the first two sets before play was stopped. ' Sebru won the first set 7-5 and Johnson the second 6-3. The other semi finalists are the doubles mates Black and Forney of Peoria. Tne former defeated Bob Kiser, the I.I.A.C. champion of Decatur 6-3 and 11-9 while Forney bested C. J. Powless the Flora vet 6-1: 6-3. The stage was all set for a real battle in the Men's doubles with Paul Dixon and Keith Clark, the Pekin Invitational champs, facing the Maj. Johnson-Jack De Frates pair while Black and Forney tangle with Baymiller and Coker. Dixon and Clark won from the two junior champions Moses and Besant of Pekin 8-6; 6-3 while John- son-De Frates bested Serbu-Pow- less 6-2; 6-4. Black and Forney had too much for Teer and Russell win ning 6-0; 6-2. Baymiller and Coker after defeating Hudlin-Norman 6-0 were carried to a 7-5 match in the second set. Seeks Third Title Bud Little will be trying to make history today when he goes after his third straight Junior singles title. He must face Jim Moses in a semi final match while Sonny Bradley of Decatur will meet Wilson Besant or Leo Brown of Moline. Little won from Doren Russler of Moline 6-2; 6-2 and Moses was a 6-4; 6-4 victor over Graham Bradley of Decatur. Besant and Brown eliminated two Decatur High cagers of last season, the former defeating Bob Doster now at the University of Illinois 6-2; 6-3 while Brown had to go three sets to win from Roger Brady 2-6; 6-3; 6-2. Doster and Little paired in the doubles, reached the finals by win ning from the Bradley brothers of Decatur 6-1: 6-2. Moses and Besant were heavy favorites to de feat Bob Ryser and Leo Brown of Moline in a semi finals match this morniing. The Moses-Besant com bine are defending champions in Junior doubles. The Women's Play Harriet Kirby of Decatur has the tnugh assignment of facing Wilma Tex Smith of Champaign in one semi finals match of the Women's singles while Betty McNutt of Champaign and Matilda Baseleon of Peoria are opponents in the oth er match. Miss Kirby won from Mary Merz another Decatur girl yesterday 6-2: 6-2. . The South American, Patricia Heffer fell be fore Miss McNutt 6-4; 7-5 and Miss Baseleon won from Helen Hayes of Pekin 6-4; 6-2. The Decatur pair of Kirby and Snyder were certain to meet the Smith-McNutt team in the finals of the doubles. A number of matches had to be played before much headway could be made in the mixed doubles with only one pair, George Forney and Wilma Smith reaching the semi finals. Return Here in '46 Decjtur was again named site of the 1946 tournament at the business meeting held in 'the tennis house at Fairview park last night. All or the officers were returned to office which means that Harrv Haines, one of the founders of the association, will hold over as president. Tom Coker cf Peoria is vice president and Walter -Short" Do- herty of Decatur is the- treasurer Paul Shildneck and Duane Garver. the latter in the service are mem bers of the board. A moment of silence was ob served for the late Dr. Wallace Munsie. long a tennis player and enthusiast who passed away last week as well as the many mem bers of the organization in the service. Richard Hudlin, one of the sev eral fine Negro competitors ii .the tournament, offered to put up a trophy for the Men's singles cham pion to be retired when won three times by the same player and his offer was accepted. Lacy Chandler of the Decatur Park district heard the group ex press their great satisfaction on the condition of the courts and the park superintendent responded with a brief talk. Seventh for Flam Detroit, July 28 (AP) Herbie Flam, 16-year-old Beverly Hills, Calif., high school sensation, today won his seventh successive tennis championship this year by whipping his doubles partner, Hugh Stewart of Los Angeles, 6-2. 6-3, 6-4. in 'the finis of the Western Junior tournament at Cranbrook School. 10 Six Netters to hi, t.i..lm I I Ken Black, left, and George Forney, the two Peona veterans, must eliminate two fellow townsmen, Tom Coker and Carroll Baymiller, this morn- Reds Drop 11th In Row to Cubs Rain Ends Contest In Eighth Inning Chicago, July 28 (AP) If the Cincinnati Reds never get to see the Chicago Cubs again this year, it probably will be soon enough for Manager William (Dea con Bill) McKechme. His Reds dropped their eleventh game of the season to the Cubs today, 8-3, in a game called by rain when one was out in the last of the eighth inning. Cincinnati has yet to beat Chicago in the current campaign, and today's win, before 12.308 fans, was the third straight of the current series which ends with a double-header tomorrow. The Cubs jumped on Arnold Car ter for two runs in the first inning as big Paul Derringer, a former Red hurler, handcuffed Cincinnati until the eighth. He eased up in that frame and gave the Reds three runs before he was rescued by Paul Erickson. It was Derrin ger's eleventh win of the year against six losses, and Carter s fourth loss. Carter Is Wild Carter put the first two runs on base when, after Stan Hack had walked and Don Johnson forced him at second, he hit both Bill Nicholson and Phil Cavarretta with pitched balls. Andy Pafko's single to center started the scoring, with Johnson and Nicholson crossing the plate. Dewey Williams scored another Cub run in the fourth when his single was followed by Derringer's and Hack's hits. Hack scored an unearned run in the sixth when he reached first on Frank McCormick's error and Johnson doubled. A base on balls to Carter, fol lowed by singles by Woody Williams. Dain Clay, McCormick and Al Libke, gave the Heds their three runs in the eighth, but the Cubs came back before the game was halted to score three in the last of the frame on doubles by Lennie Merullo and Hack, and Singles by Johnson, Nicholson and Cavar retta. CINCINNATI CHICAGO AR H C An H C W.Wil'ms.Jb 3 3 Hack. 3b 4 2 3 Cly. ct 4 14 Johnson. 2b S 3 4 3ipek. rf 4 0 3 Nicholson. rf 4 10 McCor ry.lb 4 3 9 Cv rstta.lb 4 2 in Libkf. If 4 1 0 Pafko. cf 3 t S Mlllrr. 5s 4 0 (t LowrfJ. It 3 0 1 Mrsnrr. 3b 3 0 3 Ssuer. If 0 0 0 talker, i 1 n o D Wil ams.c 4 1 4 VVlhl. 3b 0 0 0 Mfrullo. ss 4 2 4 Lakfman. c 3 1 2 Derrinr.p 3 11 artfr. p 2 n l Erickson. p 1 0 0 Llsentsee, p o o it Totals .12 9 33 Totals 34 13 32 x Batted for Mfsner in 8th. y One out In 8'th when same was callfd. rain. ' Cincinnati 0M) 000 C3 3 Chicago 200 102 03 8 Error Mesner. Runs batted in Clay Mccormick, Libke. Hack 2, Johnson 2. cavarretta. Patko 2. Two base hits Mc Cormick. Hack. Johnson. Merullo. Bases on balls Carter 3. Derringer 2. Strikeouts Carter 1. Derringer 3. Erickson 1. Hits off Carter 13 in 7 1-3 Innings: Lisenbee, in u; uerringer 9 in 7 1-J: trlcKson u in 2-3. Hit by pitcher by Carter (Nichol son. Cavarretta l. Winning pitcher Derringer; losing pitcher Carter. Pitches in Big League Tilt But Faces No Batter Chicago. July 23 (AP Horace (Hod) Lisenbee. 44 year old veteran with the Cincinnati Reds, today performed the unusual feat of pitching in a big league game without facing a batter. Rule 17. Sec. 4 provides that a substitute pitcher must continue to pitch until the batsman then at bat either has been put out or has reached base, or the side has been retired. Lisenbee replaced Arnold Carter in the eighth inning of today's game with the Cubs' and then pitched three called balls to Andy Pafko when time and, eventually, the game was called on account of rain. Pafko's tenure at bat thus was nullified and Lisenbee has no other pitching record other than entry into the game. Be Seen in Today's Matches ing if they are to reach the finals in the Central Illinois doubles tournament. They also play each other in a semi finals singles match. Cards Barrett Holds Pirates To Three Hits . St. Louis. July 28 (AP) Behind three-hit pitching of Charles (Red) Barrett, the St. Louis Cardinals made it three in a row over Pittsburgh as they won tonight's game in their series with the Pirates, 2 to 0. Barrett won his 13th victory. The Cardinals scored first in the fourth when George Kurowski came home after Emil Verban's fly. In the sixth Buster Adams singled and. was brought in on another blow by Johnny Hopp. Ken Gables, seeking his seventh victory, allowed seven hits in seven innings and was relieved by Al Gerheauser in the eighth. PITTSBURGH ST. LOUIS AB H C AB H C S'gaver, 2b 4 O Bergamo, rf 4 0 3 Gustine. ss 4 1 1 S'ndienst. If 4 3 1 Russell. If 4 0 3 Adams, cf 4 14 Elliott, rf 4 11 Kurowski, 3b 2 1 3 J. Barrett, cf 3 0 8 Hodp. lb 3 2 10 Dahlgren. lb 4 1 4 O'Dea. c 4 0 4 Handley. 3b 3 O 0 Verban. 3b 3 0 6 Lopez, c 10 4 Marion, ss 3 16 Salkeld. c 1 0 2 C. Barrett, p 3 0 1 Gables, p 2 0 1 G friddo. x 10 0 G'heauser, p 0 0 O Totals 31 3 30 Totals 30 7 38 Pittsburgh St. Louis 000 000 00 0 000 ICi Cfll-2 Errors Kurowski, Gustine. Runs batted in Verban, Hopp. Bases on balls oables 1. Gerheauser 1, Barrett 2. Strikeouts Gables 3. Gerheauser 2. Barrett 4. Hits Off Gables 7 in 7 innings: Gerheauser 0 in 1. Losing pitcher Gables. Fine Hurling Wins for N.Y. Philadelphia, July 28 (AP) Backed by some sterling pitching the New York Giants handed the Philadelphia Phillies a double licking today, winning the opener in a tight pitching duel 2-1, and taking the nightcap 8-2. Van Mungo gained his 11th tri umph in the first game, giving up six hits in the seven innings he worked. Ace Adams made his 42nd appearance in the eighth after the big righthander tired. Big Ernie Lombardi was the star of the opener, his pair of singles accounting for both New York scores. The Phils' lone run came in the sixth when Vance Dinges doubled in Jimmy Wasdell, who had walked. First Game NEW YORK ' PHILADELPHIA AB H C AB H C Mallory. rf 2 0 1 Mott. ss-2b 4 16 Treadway.rf 3 13 Foxx. 7.z?z 10 0 Hausm'nn,2b 119 Antonelli.3b 4 0 2 Lockman. cf 5 1 0 Wasdell. If 2 2 5 Gardella. If 4 2 2 DiMaggio.cf 4 12 Lombardi. c 4 3 7 Crawford, nl 1 I Weintra'b.lb 4 1 10 Dinges. lb 3 1 13 Kerr, ss 4 0 4 Seminick. c 2 0 3 Jurges, 3b 4 2 0 Mont'gudo. I 0 0 0 Mungo, p 2 0 1 Mancuso. c 0 0 0 Kluttz. x 10 0 Powell, n 10 0 Adams, p 0 0 0 Daniel. 3b 2 0 2 F lager, ss 10 3 K raus. p 112 Karl, p 2 0 3 Triplett. tzz 1 0 0 Totals 34 10 3 Totals 31 7 41 New York 000 110 000 S 000 001 0001 Philadelphia ( Runs batted in Lombardi. 2: Dinges. Two base hits Weintraub. Dinges. Three base hit Gardella. Bases on balls Mungo 4. Adams 1. Kraus 3, Karl 3. Strike outs Mungo 4. Kraus 1. Karl 1. Hits off Mungo 8 in 7 innings: Adams 1 in 2: Kraus 4 in 3: Karl 6 in 6. Winning pitcher Mungo. Losint pitcher Kraus. Second Game New York 102 110 3008 14 0 Philadelphia 001 000 0012 10 3 Brewer and Kluttz: Mauney. Montea- gudo. Leon and Spindell, Seminick. Legion All Stars Lose 1 to 0 Game Chicago, July 28 (AP) The Catholic Youth Organization all-stars beat the American Legion All-Stars, representing teams from several cities, 1-0 here today in a game called at the end of the seventh because of rain. John Neal of Bloomington was the third pitcher for the winners, pitching a hitless seventh inning. Ed Granitz and George Gipp. of Milwaukee Wis., played for the Legion team. DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW I ili : , vh" ( ) AMI " ---f.v; W7:vW i ; t i I HI ,A hf rr,:i' iWf vv-v K.--f.-bl Major Ken Johnson tlelt) 1940 University of Illinois captain eliminated one of the ranking favorites of the men's Wilson Tames St. Louis Club Boston, 'July 28 (AP) The Boston Red Sox beat the Washington Nationals 6 to 2 today as Jim Wilson held the visitors to three scattered singles, although twice he walked three men in succession. The Red Sox got three in the third. Bob Johnson brought in the first run on Lazor's double after walking. Lazor brought the second on Dolph Camilli's triple and the first baseman came home with the third on Newsome's sacrifice. In the fourth Lake and Bucher scored on Metkovich's double and Carrasquel took over for Marino Pieretti. The Sox sixth run came in the sixth. With one out. .Lake walked, Bucher singled and Lake, scored on George Metkovich's long fly to center. WASHINGTON BOSTON AB H C AB H C Case. If 3 2 3 Lake, ss 10 1 Myatt, 2b 3 0 4 Bucher. 3b 5 13 Lewis, rf 3 10 Metkovich. cf 3 1 2 Clift. 3b 3 0 8 Johnson. If 2 1 Kuhel, lb 3 0 71 Lazor. rf 4 15 Binks. cf 4 0 1 Camllli. lb 4 18 Torres, ss 4 0 5 Newsora-e, 2b 2 0 5 Guerra. c 4 0 4 Holm, c 4 0 3 Pierette. p 10 2 Wilson, p 3 10 Carrasquel, p 0 0 1 Layne, x 1 ft 0 Ullrich, p 0 0 0 Zardon, xx 1 0 0 Totals 29 3 37 Totals 28 6 36 X Batted for Carrasquel in 7th. XX Batted for Ullrich in- 9th. Washington Boston ooo mo oio2 003 201 00x 6 Error Lazor. Runs batted in Lewis. Kuhel. Lazor. Camilli, Newsome. Metkovich 3. Two base hits Lazor. Metkovich. Three base hit Camilli. Bases on balls Pieretti 6. Carrasquel 2, Ullrich 1, Wilson 7. Strikeouts Pieretti 2, Ullrich 1. Wilson 2. Hits Off Pieretti 5 in 3 1-3 innings: Carrasquel 1 in 2 2-3; Ullrich 0 in 2. Los ing pilcner pieretti. Oak Park Wins From E. St. Louis In 15th Peoria. July 28 (AP) Oak Park of Chicago won the opening game of a best two-of-three series for the Illinois American Legion baseball championship by defeating East St. Louis, 6 to 5, in a 15-inning game here today. The Chicago representative in the annual tournament won in the sixth extra inning when Herbie Ray, a pinch-hitter, tripled in the 15th and came home on "Toot" Tuttle's single. Gene Dartt of East St. Louis was the hitting star of the game, however, wijh a two-run homer in the fourth among the four hits he smashed out in six times at bat. Oak Park 000 300 000 101-001 6 13 3 E. St. Louis 000 201 000 101 0005 13 5 Hoffman, H. Adams (10) and Ford; Haas and G. Adams. fin-Tim 1018 North Water Phone 53191 fol on Fairview Park Courts singles yesterday when he de feated Paul Dixon (right) in a hard three set match. The Major and Mike Serbu of East Standings. American League Teams W. L. Pc. Detroit 4!) 36 .576 Washington 45 40 .529 New York 44 40 .524 Boston . 45 42 .517 Chicago 44 43 .506 St. Louis 41 42 .494 Cleveland " 42 43 .494 Philadelphia ( 30 54 .357 National League Chicago 56 32 .636 St. Louis 53 38 .582 Brooklyn 51 39 .567 Pittsburgh 48 45 .516 New York 49 46 .516 Cincinnati 40 45 .471 Boston 41 49 .456 Philadelphia 26 70 .271 Yesterday's Results American League Detroit, 8, Chicago 3 Cleveland 6, St. Louis 2 Boston 6, Washington 2 Only games played. National League Chicago 8, Cincinnati 3 St. Louis 2, Pittsburgh 0 New York 2-8, Philadelphia 1-2 Brooklyn 2, Boston 1 Today's Games American League Philadelphia at New York (2) Black (2-3) and Gerkin (0-10) or Newsom (5-13) vs. Zuber (2-5) and Gettel (4-4) or Bonham (2-9) - t. Louis at Cleveland (2) Hollingsworth (4-4) and Shirley (5-7) vs. Bagby (4-7) and Harder (1-3) Chicago at Detroit Dietrich (5-3) vs. Benton (8-2) j Washington at Boston Nig-gelling (3-8) vs. O'Neill (7-4) National League Boston at Brooklyn (2) Logan (3-6) and Andrews (6-9) vs. Seats (4-4) and Herring (3-2) New York at Philadelphia (2) Feldman (8-9) and Emmerich (3-4) vs. Schanz (1-9) and Barrett' (4-14) Cincinnati at Chicago (2) Bowman (8-4) and Kennedy (2-5) vs. Vandenberg (4-2) and Wyse (14-6) ' Pittsburgh at St. Louis (2) Sewell (11-7) and Strincevicn J10-5) vs. Byerly (4-4) and Dockins (3-2) Poplar Acres NiteClub 1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF LATHAM 0N ROUTE 121 DANCING EVERY NIGHT CLOSED MONDAYS Music by 'The Rhythm Trio' BEERS AND LIQUORS No Minors E. J. WIESE. Prop. Chicago had each won a set in their battle to reach the semi finals when darkness halted the match. Wm. Harridge O.KsDeal Chicago, July 28 (AP) So far as President Will Har ridge of the American League is concerned, the baseball deal that brought Hank Borowy, Yankee pitcher, to the Chicago Cubs was "perfectly in order." Harridge today quietly reviewed the sale of one of the American League's ranking pitchers to a first- place National League team, and said in an interview: "That transaction was perfectly in order. Waivers were asked on Borowy, and there were no takes. Those waivers expired a week ago Friday (July 20) and the Yankees were perfectly free to deal for the sale of Borowy with any team, un der baseball law, that they so de sired. "It is hard to understand' why other club owners in the league would let a pitcher like Borowy be waived, out of the league, but there were no claims. In fact, I think congratulations are in order for Jim Gallagher (vice-president and general manager of the Cubs) for being on his toes and taking advantage of the opportunity to add Borowy to his pitching staff. 1 Remove Price Control Washington, July 28 (AP) The OPA announced today that all fishing tackle except rods, reels and non-metallic line sand nets will be removed from price control, effective Aug. 2. Among items from which price ceilings will be lifted are hooks, stringers, scalers, floats, swivels and sinkers. Sales of such articles affect the cost of living only slightly, OPA explained. LOOK AHEAD to the TJM WATS AHEAD B. F. Goodrich Silvertown .! 3 years btfor any ether com pany B.F.Goodrich sold tires containine ivn-1 thetic rubber to American cat owners. When you buy tires, gel B. F. Goodrich the tire that's 3 YEARS AHEAD. 317 West Wood Phone 5258 Y ml m I 1 M Marilyn Snyder (left) and Harriet Kirby both of Decatur reached the finals of the Women's doubles to be played this afternoon by defeating Matilda Baseleon and Jane Hewitt Borowy Deal Peeves Griff By BUS HAM . Washington, July 28 (AP) Clark Griffith today formally requested. the major leagues to take immediate action on changing the present waiver rule, as a direct result of the "Hank" Borowy case. The white-haired . 75-year-old owner of the pennant-ccntending Washington Senators wired Will Harridge, American League president: "Strongly urge immediate telegraphic vote of major leagues on changing present waiver rule back to old rule where' clubs can only withdraw once on a player." He also intimated that Baseball Commissioner A. B. "Happy" Chandler might have grounds for action tinder the Commissioner's power to handle anything "detrimental to baseball." Chandler said that he will "findl out the facts" to see if "any subterfuge was involved" for his "personal guidance." His study will not be in the form of an official investigation, however? he told a reporter. A Lousy Rule Chandler disclosed that he talked with Griffith "about another matter" and Griffith mentioned the Borowy case, but "nothing was said about it. being detrimental to baseball." Borowy. star pitcher of the New York Yankees, was sold yesterday to the Chicago Cubs of the National league for an estimated $100,000 Stymie Comes From 22 Lengths Behind New York, July 28 (AP) Stymie, a Tour-year-old claimed by Hirsch Jacobs two years ago for $1,500, was 22 lengths off the pace at the half-way mark of the Butler Handicap today but rallied to a three-quarter length triumph that meant $38,850 in prize money. The one-time plater got to the front in the final furlong of the mile and three-sixteenths test and out-finished Mrs. Ed Mulrenan's First Fiddle, victor of the Butler a year .ago in record time. William Helis' Rounders was a weakening third. Despite showers, 38,987 persons watched the race. They established Empire City and Jamaica single race records by betting $626,766 on the butler. YOUR DOCTOR OF NfOTORS SAVES OIL... SAVES GAS ...RESTORES POWER WITH PISTON RINGS 302 North Franklin SUPPLY Step Ladders 567810 FT. SERVICE with SAFETY Aluminum Paint QUALITY SHEET METAL WORK DEPEND ON Sunday, July 29, 1943, f ' j V i X of Peoria yesterday while M;s Kirby plays the defendinj champion, Wilma Tex Smith, in a semi finals match of tht Women's singles this mornir.g. and several players after Amer-. ican league clubs waived on him. Griffith then led criticism of th deaL He said it was "detrimental to the welfare of the (American) league;" that the waiver rule a "lousy anyway." and criticized Larry MacPhaiL Yankee head, saying -MacPhail should be "fairer" to the American League. Under the existing rule, waiven may be asked on a player any number of times, Griffith said, adding that clubowners "don't claim star players because you know you're not going to get them . . . they'll be withdrawn." Larry Jibes Griffith Borowy slipped out of the American League, he said, because tht Yankees "have been asking waiv. ers on everybody on their club." MacPhail, in New Y'ork. termed Griffith's protest as "pretty silly. His squawk is nothing more than an alibi. As a matter of fact. Mr. Griffith wouldn't have given up $100,000 for Borowy with the Queen Mary thrown in." The Y'ank president added that the Boraavy waiver request lay on Griffith's desk four days and thai if the Senator owner had been "interested in purchasing Borowy'j contract,, all he had to do was to claim him or get on a phone and make us an offer. "One American league club did that and we made them the same propositiion we made the Chicago ICubs." HENRY'S PLACE 761 Ntrth Water Street BEER TO CARRY OUT Pleas Bring Empties) PACKAGE GOODS Fish Ever Iriday Open Sunday FILL YOUR BIN NOW! and be sure of your SO'c Before Sept. 1st HAWTHORNE LUMP '5 Black Diamond Lump '5" GILLESPIE LUMP S5H KATHLEEN LUMP T KENTUCKY STOKER '7 Franklin CTfWCD e scM County J I V IVl.ll W and U PHONE 5393 ACME COAL CO. BEST QUALITY 2500 NORTH WATt Phone 5474 Smoke Pipes Any SIZE or LENGTH for FURNACES and STOVES Automatic Draft Controls

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