The Decatur Herald from Decatur, Illinois on June 19, 1930 · Page 5
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The Decatur Herald from Decatur, Illinois · Page 5

Decatur, Illinois
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Thursday, June 19, 1930
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DECATUR HERALD THURSDAYJUNE 19, 1930 DECATUR HFRAI D BOBB Y JONES EQUALS RECORD IN 1ST ROUND OF BRITISH OPEN MATEUR TITLE HOLDER SHOOTS n i nn r r nr Turn rrir n nn . ... placed at the top of the women's doubles list Other seeded teams were: Mrs. Leslie Godfree and Mrs. Expect 1930 to Set Record forU. S. Success in International Athletics IAKU ut v,wu unutK FAR, TU HE WITH TWO OTHERS FOR LEAD Holcroft-Watsonv Miss Joan Fry and Miss Ermyntrude Harvey, Miss Edith Cross and Miss Sarah Palfrey. Mixed doubles seedings were: Tilden and Miss Cilly Aussem, . Jack Crawford and Miss Ryan, Cochet and Mrs. Fearnley-Whittingstall, Borotra and Mile. D' Alvarez. the ledger by winning the current British open golf tournament and next week American tennis players JASPER CARDS WIN OVER FLASHES, 9-7 The Jasper Cardinals won a 9 to 7 victor yover the Flashes Jn hardball league play Wednesday morning. The Cards chased across six runs in the first inning, and coasted through to a win. The game was something of a duel between Parker of the Cardinals and Costello of the Flashes, the former allowing seven hits and the latter only five. R, H. E. Jasper Cards 00 201 09 5 1 Flashes 030 030 17 7 S ' Parker and Piter; Costello and Hannon. GIANTS ANNEX 4 TO 3 TUSSLE FROMPIRATES Critz Halts 'Late Pittsburgh Rally With Unassisted Double Play WALKER WRENCHES' LEG will start the defense of the three American Golfers and Tennis Players Have Won Half of Major Events (Bu United Press.) NEW YORK, June 18 United tSates athletes have scored 12 vic Smith and Young Henry Cotton Also Score 70's in Championship Play; Rain Hampers Late Starters tennis titles won last year at Wimbledon. The only other major competition remaining to be contested on foreign soil is the Davis Cup matches and ANNOUNCE PAIRINGS FbR WIMBLEDON NET TOURNAMENT DOUBLES (By Ullitcd Press.) WIMBLEDON, Eng., June 18 Henri Cochet of France and Mrs. Helen Wills Moody of California headed the lists of seeded players in men's and women's singles respectively in the Wimbledon lawn tennis championships starting next Monday. The lists: Men, Cochet, Bill Tilden, Jean Borotra, John Doeg, George Lott, Wilfred Austin, Baron DeMor-purgo, E. F. Moon. Women, Mrs. Helen Wills Moody, Mrs. Holcroft-Watson, Helen Jacobs, Elia D'Alva-rez, Mme. Simone Mathieu, Cilly Aussem, Phyllis Mudford, Elizabeth Kyan. Lott and Doeg were seeded No. 1 in the men's doubles. Other seeded teams 'were Wilmer Allison and John Van Ryn, Cochet and Jacques Brugnon, Ian Collins and Colin Gregory. Mrs. Moody and Miss Ryan were BV arch kodgeks tories in 24 major international events and with 13 important competitions still to be decided, 1930 Press v- " ' . although France is an overwhelming favorite to retain the laurels won in 1927, the United States is" conceded a better chance than in the past two years. HOYLAKE. England June gives promise of becoming a record year for American success In inter MRS. MOODY DENIES SHE MIGHT RETIRE (By PnKftf Press.) LONDON, June 18. Mrs. Helen Wills Moody, American tennis star, emphatically denied to the United Press Wednesday reports published in the United States that she might) stop playing tennis abroad. "These reports always come from some place other than the one where you are," she said. "It's news to me." N When asked If she planned to play in the Wimbledon matches, she laughed and said: "I hope so." 4. 44. . Names 5 TYacfc Stars for European Meets IS. national sport. and young Henry Cotton l lofsional. tied foi American golfers and tennis play ers, competing aboard; have account i BnM" f',. t: J f the "nJun Wednesday REPAIRING Brlnjc your bicycles, velocipede, lawn mowers, and baby cabs to ma for repair. All work guaranteed. FRANK RUPERT 6M North Water. ed for the victories scored to date, but many of the remaining impor-i 1 MANDEIX K. O.'S KLINE (By United Press.) LANSING, Mich., June 18. Lightweight Champion Sammy Mandell quickly disposed of Corporal Izzy Kline of Canada last night, knocking his opponent out in the third (By Associated Press) PITTSBURGH, June 19 The New York Giants took a hard fought battle from the Pittsburgh Pirates Wednesday, 4 to 3, as they opened their second tour of the west, scor tant competitions are scheduled in' ScSs of 70. two better than the United States. Bobby Jones is expected to put the United States on the right side of an- 3r- and Fred Robson, i round of a 10-round fight. ing three runs in the seventh Inning Jirn i,h pro. each had 71. the vhich broke over " A ?"" the . . nnni miirse laie m , ,. iat in w to break up a one-run pitchers' battle. The Giants barely stood off a closing Pirate rush when Hughey rpuui red the late starters, but KOI"' .h day . v. Tones, whose rounu Mac- Critz ended the game with an tin lid not -Bl" ' v:,. birdies. tiirnri hv five l"A - assisted double play. ad Smith might have taKen a landing lead, however, had it commanding.. was US . (Bu Associated Press) NEW YORK, June 19 A team of five star athletes was named Wednesday by the amateur athletic union to compete in a series of international track and field meets abroad this summer. The men selected were Stephen Anderson, University of Washington; Tom Warne, Northwestern university; George Bullwinkle, City College of New York; Reg Bow-en, University of Pittsburgh; and Ed Hamm, George Tech. The team will sail Sunday on the Berengarfa and is to compete in nine meets in Germany, Norway, Sweden and Finland. They will return July 26 to compete in the National A. A. U. cham ,t tern , 3"' ... .roo iimlpr T)ar. Singles in the first inning by-Leach and Lindstrom sent New York off ahead but Bill Walker and Hei-nie Meine continued in a tight duel until Walker left the game in the i i nt Von Kim ,!ls 1au Elm, former u. . rnree Von nun due to a wrenched leg. had a bad day ...... fhnmnion. Laieu. v.., 74. iOIl ' ' td took 81. Pruett pitched only to Paul Wa-ner, who sent a hot liner that Critz managed to pull down over second Leo Diegel the same. Wton Smith was close up to the ana stepped on the base, doubling. " .... "1 72. while F. C. Stev- .ciW lunn PITTSBURGH tdJ . i.. niav Ampnrnn. a a p tt r .r Jr.. the oniy a k p rr r uruz. 2b 5 1 3 10 pionships at Pittsburgh Aug. 22, 23 and 25. Leach. If 1 4 2 14 1 2 Ki Est d.If 2 0 1 Rrarne. z 1 0 0 Engle.iz 0 10 Gr'th'm.2b 5 0 3 P.AVner.2b 5 0 1 Tr' 4 0 0 Com 4 11 Terry, lb I.ins''m,3b Ott. rf O'Far'el.c Jackson. as Allen, cf Walkery p Fullis.x Heving, p Pruett, p Suhr. lb 4 0 0 4 Jones' was not at all pleased with - 5tinc, although he did not miss "T short ones. Mac Smith played -f'chanicallv perfect golf on the "tward nine, not making a mis-slif until the 13th hole, where his ;t shot found a bunker. He just -.teed getting down long putts on ie next four greens, once lipping mid with a sixty footer. sleeves, .ran into difficulty in his first nine holes. He required a 39 to reach the turn, three over par. He had a birdie four on the third, but was one above par on four holes. Moe played beautiful eolf on his 4 0 0 Bonl. c S 1 1 Meine. p 2 0 1 MoFolf.zza 10 0 spenrer.p 0 0 0 Br'k'l.zzzai LOO I last n.ine holes. He found his putt lotals '36 4 13 42 iTotala 36 3 10 4 X Batted for Walker in 5th limine- 7. Batted for Flasstead in Sth inning. i.e. itan ror In 9th Inninff. V.V.7. Batted for Meine in 7th. in nine. ...A liatted for Spencer in 9th in- nin p. The Bcore by innings: Barnes caught the full force of -e storm on his inward nine. Both nd Mac Smith had excellent iportunities to take a commanding -ad. but for the break in the leather. Archie Compston, the medalist ad main British hope, had the mis-rtune to be a late starter. He had New York . . Pittsburgh . . . 100 OttO 300-. 000, 000 Ill- Errors Critz. Heving. Two baae hits Terrv. Grantham 2. Bool. Comorosk Sacrifices Heving. Lindstrom. Klagstead Double nlavs Terrv to Jackson: Suhr ing touch and made two grand seconds on the 14th and 15th holes, both of which he placed, home. .Von Elm scored a disastrous 43 in his outward round. A nine on the four-par fifth, and a six on the four-par ninth, boosted his score, and he played indifferently coming home. He missed a heart-breaker on the 11th green, and was forced to take a four, one over par. On the 12th hole he ran down a putt from 30 feet. He lipped the cup with a 36-foot putt on the 13th, and found trouble on the 14th, 15th and 16th, driving into the rough and bunkers. He was again bunkered on the 17th after his brassie approach. Par L sallery of 2.000 despite the rain, Bartell to Suhr. Critz (unassisted). Left on bases New York 9: Pittsburgh 9. Bases on balls Off Walker 2: off Meine ut tuck 28 to the turn. Junes Becomes Favorite Jone.-f. the pre-tourney favorite. 2; off Kiiencer 1. Stru.-k out by Meine, 3 I... ? Itlta (tf Wnllrer 4 In 4 in nines: off Heving. R in 4 1-3 innings; off :ame an even more pronounced Pruett 0 in 2-3 innings; off Meine 11 in nnin. nff Snonmr 1 in 2 inninrs. H boice to win the open by clipping i v.. tr.ln. rTa,.h TVtnniTi nitrliei TIevlne. Lnsinir pitcher Meine to strokes from Hoylake's par of t nd equalling the course record. T'mnires Reigler. Jorda and McGrew Time of game 2:16. Bobby went out in par 36. and was bme in 34. He had four birdies on POSTPONE FIGHT if 17.. 1 lAA'flralf incominz. and five for the 18. Out 445 514 3.-,4 S even fours to the turn, Bobby: 'a 434 354 5143672 Don Moe CLEVELAND, June 19 The 12 yni in H limit between Tommy Free Out 544 355 355 39 'r.t one below even fours at the eh. He then holed a 21-foot putt mnn an d Sereeant Sammy Baker, n-iterweip hts. scheduled for Wednes the 17th to g?t a birdie three, H was at the cup's edge on the day night was postponed until next Tuesday, because of threatening failing by a tiny margin to weather. b down a putt of 90 feet. He rored a par four on that hole. The missed putt on the 16th la 444 343 445 35 74 George Von Kim Out 455 294 351 41 In 443 454 554 3S 81 Abe Mitiliell Out 54 4 355 3S5 39 In 434 454 634 36 75 Kohhr Jonen Out 545 314 344 J In 335 345 434 34 70 l.rn Dlecfl Out 455 255 34437 In 344 355 544 37 74 Horton Smith Out 546 244 44437 In 434 345 4443572 Muc Smith Out 434 344 34 4 3S' In 434 455 5433770 CYLINDER AND PISTON SERVICE Cnnkhnft rrlndlnt, .main benr-ng line bored. nto repoirinc. FI wheel f Xrtrr gears, new price, HAMILTON & CO. :?S N. Jncbmn St. Dial e-lMl Kgered the Atlantan. Walking to-urd the edge of the green, Bobby Knt his putter over his knee, indi-tating his disgust at having lipped Kveral holes. He was already one ielow par, but even that didn't satisfy him. Jim Barnes Out 445 245 364 37 wii jiur. pmvms ui ma siim,!Tn -,5 ,55 i333t,ji SEE THAT EDGE? Sharp and dean, evea after enough service to satisfy any ttri buyer. No question here of traction or antiskid protection. 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