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THE ENQUIRER, CINCINNATI, MONDAY, MAY 25, 1936 Hard -Fought Games Mark Play On Cincinnati Fields 18 NEW LEADER Shows In Tristate As Breezy Hill Wins Over Beau Bruminel. Mount Washington Halts Knox Senators, 4 To 3 Silverton Aces Register In Exhibition. Breezy Hill moved into first place in the Tristate Semipro League yesterday by handing Beau Brummel its first defeat of the season. The winners lost little time in coring, Schutte leading off with a double. Imhoff was hit by a pitched ball and Farrington advanced both runners on a sacrifice. Schutte was out at home on a fielder's choice, but Lakeman came through with a double to score Im-1 hoff. Breezv Hill scored three more in 2. Farrington 2, Lakeman, Baumgartner. xjicsi.j j. u Three-Base Hits Robertson, Bennett. Lay- the third and another in the fourth, man. Home Run Bennett. Stolen Base .' Hirsch. Sacrifice Farrington. Struck Out With Beau Brummel coming through !b5- Ballman. 3; by Ressmlre, 1; by Crow- with four runs in the seventh. Fisher opened with a single, Baum- j gartner doubled and Robinson also ingled. Bennett and Layman followed with doubles and four runs were across the plate. Breezv Hill scored two in the lame round on Perin s single and ; triples by Hirsch and Grassman , and one more in the eighth on a ' triple and a wild pitch. Beau Brummel scored its final two runs . .. - v... i in tne nintn on a single and Bennett s home run. Mount Washington scored its second victory by defeating the Knox Senators, 4 to 3, at Withamsville. Les Lindsey hurled for the winners and struck out nine, allowed only six hits. The Mounts scored two runs In the second on hits by Brooks and Sebastian and a triple by Kinner. homer by John Daugherty. The Senators came through with one run in the fourth on singles by Mullen, Cunningham, and Rosen-Bteil, and another in the fifth on three more one-base blows. The Senators threatened in the ninth, but were retired with only one run across. Wettig tripled and Rosensteil singled, but Lindsey bore down and held the losers the rest of the way. Silverton Aces defeated the Fair-mount A. C, 7 to 1, in an exhibition I .,. new Silverton game. Willie Iredale hurler, provided the feature by striking out 11 while not issuing a base on balls. Besides hurling a great game, Iredale also showed great ability at bat, being responsible for three of his mates' runs. Breezy Hill will play at Silverton nevt tSunrlav next bunday. Union Printers dropped a 9-to-6 ! decision to the C. C.'s, and Goshen , , . ., . ,- ,, . 4 1 (Ohio) walloped the Valley Auto Wreckers 13 to 7. Hot Fire Meyers set back St. Bernard, 9 to 3, ' in tne otner games, sstanaing Teams. Won. Lost. Pet. Breezy Hill Club 4 1 .800 Beau Brummel Ties 3 1 .750 Silverton 3 1 .750 Goshen 3 1 .750 ludlow Coca Cola 3 2 .600 Mt. Washington 2 2 .500 Valley Auto Wreckers 2 3 .400 Jvnox Senators 1 3 Hot Fire Meyers 1 3 Union Printers 1 3 Bt. Bernard 1 4 250 .2M .250 .200 VALLEY AUTO. OOSHKN. AB.H.PO.A AB.H.PO.A Mendell.ss 1 1 2 Conn. 3b 4 1 1 2 1 2 2 7 0 2 0 0 1 6 0 2 3 2 0 0 O'D'neil.lf 2 Mulford.rf 5 Jolley.3b 5 Busam.c 5 Wllams,2b 4 Sto'mer.lb 4 Hardin, cf 3 Weber.p 4 Wright, p 2 0 1 0 H'ywood.lf 5 12 0 Gerald. rf 5 2 2 SM'M'lan.lb 4 12 0 Bailey, ss 4 14 3 Brown. p 4 1 12 0 Snyder, c 4 1 3 OiTaylor.cf 4 1 0 0Carroll.2b 4 0 0 0 Han'mn.rf 0 Totals 39 9 27 10 Totals 40 12 24 10 Innings.. 12 3 Valley Auto 0 2 0 Goshen.... 3 0 0 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 0 0 0 2 17 2 0 3 1 4 X 13 Errors Jolley. Conn. Two-Base Hits Mulford, Williams, Weber. Conn. Three-Base Hits Mulford, Hardin. Home Runs Stormer, McMillan 2. Double Play Williams to Mendell to 8tormer. Sacrifice Hit Stormer. Bases on Balls Off Weber 1. off Wright 1. Hit Batter Bv Brown 1, by Wright 1. Struck Out By Weber 1, by Wright 1. by Brown 7. Left qn Bases -Valley Auto 12, Goshen 9. Umpire Baur. FAIRMOUNT. I AB.H.PO.AI SILVERTON. AB.H.PO.A Kemme 2b 4 1 2 1H Reis.es 3 112 2 2 1 Boyle, 3b 4 Klus'an.cf 4 Baker, ss 4 Heckler.rf 4 Benja'in.lf 4 Jasper, c 4 Welze'r.lb 4 Janszen.p 4 2 0 4 Murphy,3b 4 0 2 0 E.H'ghes.rf 3 3 1 5Grace.lb 4 0 0 0 W. Reis.2b 4 0 0 O Robinson.cf 4 1 2 1 R. Hnfer.lf 4 1 lfi 0 E. Hafer.c 4 2 1 4 Iredale. p 4 0 0 C 1 7 I 0 3 0 2 2 1 12 0 1 10 1 1 0 V -I Totals 36 10 24 15; Totals 34 9 11 H Innings. ... 1 2 Fslrmnunt . . 0 n Silverton ... 0 1 3 4 .1 6 7 ft D 1 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 4 2 X 7 Error E. Hafer. Two-Base Hits Grace. Ronlnson. Three-Base Hit Janszen. Home Runs Iredale, Murphy. Stolen Bases H. Reis 2. Murphy. W. Rels. Bases on. Balls -Off Janszen, 2. Struck Out By Janszen, 3: by Iredale, 11. Left on Bases Fair-mount, 8; Bllverton, 5. Umpire Koy. Scorer Joe Kolk. Time of Game 1:38. ST. BERNARD. !HOT FIRF. MEYER AB.H.PO.A ABH.PO.A Ellis.ss 3 2 2 2(Distler.3b 4 2 2 0 JMcge.Zb 4 1 0 SRose.lb Rcpd.lf 5 110 Novak, cf Butler.cf 4 13 0 Hogue.ss Dunlap.lb 4 1 15 OlCase.lf Rtchards.c 4 0 8 0 Doell'an,2b Steldel.p 4 10 OlFlorv.rf Honer'w.rf 4 10 OlSchelllng.rf Deddern.p 0 0 0 OiRelck.c Jordan, 3b 3 10 4IHemsel,p 1 13 0 0 2 0 2 2 2 0 2 0 2 Total" 35 9 27 !)! Totals 33 7 27 i2 innings... 123456789 n. r. Meyer 200000250 9 6t. Bernard. 2001000003 Two-Base Hlta Ellis, Reed, Jordan, Dlstler, Hemsel, Three-Base Hits Flee, Dunlap. Double Play Hogue to Doellman to Rose. Bases on Balls Off Hemsel,' 1, oft Steldel. 4. Hit Batter Hemsel. Struck Out By Hemsel, 3; by Steldel, 6. Left on Basjes St. Bernard. 13; Hot Fire Meyer, 6. Umpire "Windy" Lanham. MT. WASHINGTON. KNOX SENATORS. o.n.ru.A AB.H.PO.A Jim D'ry.lf 4 1 0 I Corken.lf 0 2 0 Labby,3b Bmith,3b 4 R.WIt'r,2b 1 E.Wit'r.lb 4 Brooks, c 4 Bchas'n.rf 3 u u tinaetz.cf 0 10 0Mullen,2b 3 10 l'Cun'ham i 2 1 OlWettig.lh J'n D'ry.cf 4 13 0! Rosensteil. c 4 Klnner.ss 3 11 3 R.Boyd.rf 2 Lindsey.p 3 10 4Rlinn,p 4 Losh.se 3 2 0 2Hager,rf 2 Totals 33 11 27 11, Totals 32 6 24 7 Innings... 1234 5 6789 Mt.Wash. .. 02020000 x 4 Knox Sen.. 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 u 1 1 Error Mullen. Two-Bane Hits Jim Daueherty, Brooks 2 Ttnee-Base Hits Kinner. Wettig. Home Run John Daugherty Bases on Balls orf Lindsey. 2: off Bllnn, 1. Hit hy Pitcher By Llndsej. Wettig and Labby. Struck Out Bv Llnd-aey, 9; by Bllnn, 4. Left on Bases Mount Knox Senators, 7. Umpire COCA-COLA. UNION PRINTERS. AB.H.PO.A AB.H.PO.A Barrlck.3b 4 3 2 3Brack'dt,lf Washington, 9; Leak. 3 13 0 4 113 4.122 4 114 3 0 0 0 110 0 4 0 0 0 2 14 0 2 16 0 4 2 7 0 3 0 0 1 110 0 Macke, ss 3 Laum.lb 3 Pieschel.rf 4 Fielding. ct 4 Conners.c 4 Hawkins. If 4 Cnppel,2b 4 Tozzer.p 4 2 0 4 Calme.3b 2 10 0 Huel'ck,2b 10 0 Gulelke.ss 1 1 OjHall'r'n.cf 0 11 0 Frett-er.cf 3 1 1 Herbert, rf 0 2 5Maisch.lb 10 0 Kreiger.lb Osteh ge.c Gaetke.p Stier'ger.p Totals 34 13 27 14 Totals 35 10 24 10 Innings ...123456789 I'nMn Print' 0 1 H O H O fl A 9 n ;oca coia . . o o s 3 3 0 0 0 x- Two-Base Hits Barrick. roxzer, uaetae, Fielding. Three-Base Hits Hueisback, Frettmeyer. Stolen Bases Hawkins 2, Barrick 2. Huelseback, Macke, Pieechel. Double Plays Guielke to Huelseback to Krleger; Macke to Cappel to Laum. Bases Ai Balls Off Tozzer, 3; off Stlersenger. 2. Hit Batter By Toner. 2. Wild Pitches Tozzer. 2. Passed Ball Conners. Oste-hage. Struck Out By Toiler, 9; by Gaetke, 6. Umpire Cain. BREEZY HILL. I BEAU BRUMMEL. AB.H.PO.A; AB.H.PO.A Schutte, 2b 8 2 5 1 Frlcke.2b 4 12 3 Imhoff.Sb 4 10 3 Baum'g'r.lf 5 2 10 Far'gton.lf 4 3 10 Rob'tson,3b 5 3 0 1 Perin.lb 5 3 8 U Harry.rf 4 0 2 0 Lakeman, c 5 10 2 White. c 4 0 0 0 Gr'sman.ss 4 13 5 Brlnkm'n.ss 3 0 2 3 Hirsch.cf 4 2 4 0 Hardin, lb 4 0 7 U Paul.rf 4 0 10 Bennett.cf 4 2 3 0 Ballman.p 3 0 3 Crovder.p 114 1 Fessmire.p 1 0 2 0 Layman, p 3 13 0 Totals 39 13 27 11 Totals 36 10 24 8 Innings... 1 P.aii Rrnm O 23456789 0000040 26 0 3 1 0 0 2 1 X 8 Breezy Hill.' l Errors Imhoff 2. Lakeman. Harry, White. Brinkman. Two-Base Hits Schutte 1 der, 4; by Layman, i. LOWE-CAMPBELL LEAGUE. CLOVELLY. ST. JOE'S. AB.H.PO.A AB.H.PO.A Lay. 2b 4 0 2 0 Blorb'um.lf 4 110 And son.lb 5 1 11 Hunger, ss o i j u Wehr'n.3b 5 10 0 Rose, 3b 5 12 0 3 u schiiier.c 4 u o u 2 II VmiI ir ft 1 1 u Young.ss 'J, Schury.rf i OTeeters.ib 5280 O U B'kowski.rf 4110; l' o jung.2b 5 0 2 .ii i u;basauer.p i a u 0 0, 3 0 H.Harpr.c 4 B.Harp r,p 5 Totals 41 9 21 0 3 U 0 0; c Moore,c l Totals 43 li I, 0' Innings.... 123456789 Clovelly 40000202 08 St. Joe's 00501000 06 Two-Base Hits Clovelly, 3; St. Joe'i, 1. Three-Base Hit Clovelly, 1. Bases on Balls Off Harper. 3; off Eleasser, 3. Struck Out By Harper, 9; by Elsasser, 11. Umpire Rollman. MT. WASHINGTON. MARIEMONT. AB.H PO.A' AB.H.PO.A Correll.2b 5 2 10 B'ymer,2b 5 2 0 1 Pl'man.lf 5 2 0 0 Huey.ss 4 10 2 Ilhardt.cf 4 110 Andrews.lf 4 2 10 Parks. ss 4 0 0 2 Vuotto.cf 3 13 0 D'lman.lb 4 1 10 0 Potts. 3b 4 2 2 1 Russ.p 3 3 2 0 B'hymer.c 3 1 15 0 Godfrey. c 4 2 7 2 Walker. rf 4 0 10 Kirst'g.rf 2 0 0 O Menzol.lb 3 16 0 Rich'sn.3b 2 0 1 I Combs.p 2 0 0 0 Nash.3b 2 0 2 liBurger.c 2 10 0 Weaver.rf 2 0 0 0 Philhour.p 10 0 0 Totals 37 9 27 7 Totals 36 11 27 4 Innings.. 123456789 Mt. Wash. .0024000107 Mariemont. 01002020 16 Errors Parks E. Nash. Behymer 2. Stolen Bnse Huey. Sacrifices Andrews 2. Two-Base Hits Russ, Godfoy 2, Behymer, Potts. Menzol, Vuotto. Three-Base Hits Ilhardt, Russ. Home Run Dallman. Double Play Nash to Dallman. struck Out By Russ 7, by Combs 8, by Philhour , B..e. on Ralls Off Russ 3, off Combs 4. Hit by Pitcher By Combs, Ilhardt; by Weaver Russ. Winning Pitcher Russ. Losing Pitcher Philhour. Time of Game 2:20. "CONSTANCE. iB. MEYER'S REST. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A rinre as 5 0 0 0 Ho'adel.ll 5 12 1 Ridden, if 521 0 Hawk. if 503 Aylor.rf 5 3 1 0 Schaich.rf 5 13 Purccii.3d 5112 wn'ght.cf 522 Link. 2d 5110 McCurm.3d 5 16 s-Vahi'g.c 5 3 4 0 H'psf ad.2d 5 1 0 Klassn r.cf 4 3 10 Johnson, lb all schuitn s.c 1 0 5 0 Peyton. c 5 0 6 Mccnub 3 1 13 O Engiish.p 411 epp 4100 Totals 44 8 24 12 Totals 42 15 27 2 Innings.. 123458789 B. Meyers.. 30310000 18 Constance. 00000701 2 10 F.rrore Clore, Purcell 2. Link, Schul theis, McClassen, Fox 2, Bchalch. Two-Base Hits Vahlsing, Purcell. Three-Base Hit Rlddell. Strike Outs By Fox. 13: by Hale. 3; hy English, 5. i E. E. MERCHANTS ; BLANCHE'S CON. AB.H.P0.; AU-Hr-Ua ! Mceker.cf 2 0 1 U Dunhnff.cf 4 2 0 Rnat.cf 2 0 0 OJuvlon.c 4 16 1 frmlth.3h 1 0 1 Owheeler.lf 10 1' Lcwl,3b 2 0 0 3 KaDoa!.2b 4 0 12 Lelm.in.2h 4 3 2 3 C.Burg.ss 5 3 2 i Meincke.lb 4 3 9 0 Junry.lb 5 2 12 0 Muri.hy.c 1 0 2 0 M.Burg.lf.p 4 0 0 1 Hall, If, tf 10 0 OSIler.rf 2 0 0 J Woeate.p 4 0 0 OjCrois'ler.rf 2 2 0 0 Pate.p.rf 5 3 0 O M.Kresser.p 3 112 Koehl.c.lb 5 2 8 0ICosta,3h 4 113 Eberhart.p 0 0 0 0Eppicr,2h 1 0 0 0 KletUf 421 01 Bader.ss 5 0 3 ill Totals 39 10 24 10 Totals 39 13 27 121 Innings... 123456789 Blanche's... 2000202006 E. E. Mer. . 20002440 X 12 Errors Bader, Juvion 2, Eappel 2. Two-Base Hits Grossmeier, Melneke 2, Pate Kiett. Home Run C. Burg. Stolen Bases Meeker 2, Roat 2, Smith, Leiman 1. Melneke, Kochl. Klett. Doable Plays Leiman to Meineke; Kresser to Juney. Bases of Balls Off Pate, 1, off Woeste, 1; off Mell Kresser. 4. Wild Pitch Kresser. Passed Bill Koehl. Struck Out By Kres ser, 8; by Pate, 3; by WoeBte, 6. Left on Baser Blanche's, 6: East End Merchanti, 9. Umpire Klelnschmidt. Scorer M. Loge. P. & G. 5, Crosley 3. Procter and Gamble defeated Crosley Radio, 6 to 3. in an Industrial League game at St. Bernard. Matre struck out eight Crosley hatters while scattering eight blows, while Dlstler, Koeincr ant ante led the winners' attack Melrer, P. and G. shortstop, provided the ticllliia feature b-making a diving catch nf Voser's orlve ti:d throwing to second to dojnle llayliow. CROSLEY i P, 4 '. AB.H.PO.A' AB.H.PO.A Bnwm n,3b 4 0 1 2Koeh'.e-if 8 3 10 ranrna i u u Knopf, b Hayhow.ss 5 2 0 2 Dlls lb Veser,2b 4 0 1 2 Groia,.) Molina. rf 4 2 2 0 firaff.ss B'd'nh'n.lb 4 1 10 l'MjIMr.aa 4 4 4 4 0 4 1 6 2 8 0 1 4 1 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 uurg.it Meyers, cf 4 12 0 Honor; of 1 4 2 3 OiFrlMiioff of 1 3 0 6 l!Mof,'l.vjn.:;u 1 3 0 0 1 I)lsii,r.3b 2 1 0 0 0 Espn'h'tlrf 4 Matre. p 4 sparks, c Richter.p Stledel.p Totals jr s 9 i Trials 34 10 2, 11 Innings 12 3 Crosley. . . ; , i o 0 P. and 0 1 0 0 4 5 6 7 8 8 0 0 1 1 0 03 0 0 12 1 x 6 Errors Sparks 2. Rlchter 2, Orxff, 3. Two - Biue Hils Hiyhow, Koehler, Orotc 2, Dlstler, Double Plays Melter to Knopa. Bases on Balls Off Rlchter, 1; off Matre, 1. Struck Out By Rlchter, 4; by Stledel, 1; by Matre, 8. Umpire Wllltlng. TIGERS BREAK EVEN. srnciAi, dispatch TO thk r..'qi'iu;R. Memphis, Tenn., May 24 Cincinnati Tigers broke even in a double-header with the Memphis Clay-brooks this afternoon. Claybrook won the opener, 4 to 3, with the Cincinnatians coming through in the nightcap, 8 to 3. Moss and Johnson hurled the opener for the Tigers, while Houston and Smith pitched the Tiger victory. Feature of the second game was a triple by Simons with the bases filled. INDIANA LEAGUE. SI'KI'IAI, IlISl-ATfH TO THK K.NQIHKI'.n. Batesville, Ind., May 24 In southeastern Indiana Baseball League games today, Brookville beat Batesville 75, Oldenberg won over Kushville 54, Old Makers defeated North Vernon 5 to 4 in 13 innings, and Seagrams downed Columbus 52- CITY CHAMPS Fall Before Morris. Gasper Limits College Hill To Six Blows In 13-4 Setback Stegners Trim R. B., 11-3, As Gurth Maintains Perfect Record. Morris Furniture team, off to a slow start by dropping the first two Class A Municipal games to Steg-ner and R. B., knocked the pacesetters of the Western Division from the undefeated ranks by walloping College Hill, defending city champions, 13-4. The veteran Clarence Bosse was knocked out of the box in the sec-ong inning when six tallies were registered on five hits and a walk after two had been retired. George Gasper's double, with three on base, was the finale for his mound opponent. Gasper limited the Hillians to six hits with Harry Griffith and Art Veser, of the losers, each getting a triple. Ed Werner, the old standby for the city champions, fared little better when four more Morris runs were registered in the fourth. Junk and Burke were best on offense for Morris with three hits each, the former accounting for a triple and , j.Z , j two singles and the latter good lor a double and two singles. Leder obtained two-thirds of his team's hits. It was too much Gasper, who struck out an even dozen, and allowed half as many hits to serve notice that Frank Morris's former K. I. O. champions are a threat for the Municipal title. Stegner Turtles, defending national Municipal champions, showed Tony Comello's R. B. Clothes, a previous national winner, that last year's title was not a fluke, by winning an ll-to-3 decision. Steg-ners scored seven runs in the third inning when Murray's "longest-home -run - ever-seen - at-Taf t-Field" cleared the clogged bases and sent Tietmeyer home for the day. "Russ" Gurth maintained his per fect amateur standing of three years. He has yet to lose an ama-tetur contest. Luke, second pitcher for the losers, finally gave way to the veteran Orville Tempke, who held the champions to one run in the last three innings. Henry Pruene, the old mainstay back of the batter for the Stegners, also clouted a four-bagger to score one ahead of him in the fifth. Two former Class B Municipal titlists waged a bitter battle at Northside Park, with Townsend-West getting the best of Fischer Rye by a 5-to-l margin. Don Lister, on the mound for Fischers, kept his team from a "whitewash" by hitting a home run in the ninth. Kenney limited the losers to four hits. Herman, of Townsend-West, led the offense with a double and a single, whiie Lister of the losers led both teams with a homer and a single. CLASS A LEAGUE. Class A schedule for next Sunday: All games at 3 p. m. EASTERN LEAGUE. Purcell vs. Evanston. at Evanston. Solway vs. Becker Clothea. at Wlthrow. Wagner Electric vs. French-Bauer, at Bond Hill. WEKTKRV LEAGUE. College Hill vs. R. B. Clothes, at Deer Creek No, H. Morris Furniture vs. Fischer Rve. at Taft No. 1. Stegner Turtles vs. Townsend-West, at Dempsey. No games Memorial Day. Municipal Class A stanglngs: EASTERN LEAGUE. Clubs. Won. Lost. Pet. Solway 4 0 1.000 Evmston 3 1 .750 Becker 3 1 .750 Wagner 1 3 .250 French-Bauer 1 " 3 .250 Purcell 0 4 .000 WESTERN LEAGUE. Club.i Won. Lost. Pet. Stegner 3 1 .750 College Hill 3 1 .750 R. B. Clothes 2 1 .6(17 Moiris 2 2 .500 Townaend 1 2 .333 Fischer 0 4 .000 STEGNER. R. B. CLOTHES. AB.H.PO.A AB.H.PO.A Wolf. 3b 3 0 1 3Soellner.sa 4 113 Renner.cf 1 0 4 0 Mlller.lb 5 19 0 Lambert, If 5 13 0Santone.3b 5 0 3 0 Schmldt.ss 4 2 2 0 Conners, If 4 2 0 0 Oildeh'i.lb 2 0 5 0 Stoeber,2h 4 12 3 Murray.rf 5 2 2 0 Kuyper.cf 3 2 10 Herzog.ss 5 113 Paschka.rf 4 0 1 II Poucne.c 5 2 9 0 Polklng.c 2 14 2 Gurth, p 4 2 0 0 Hauser.c 2 0 3 0 'Tletm'r.p 110 0 Totals 34 10 27 6 Luke. p 2 0 0 0 ITemks.p 10 0 2 I Totals 379 24 9 Innings.. .12 3 486789 R.B.CIothes. 0000030003 Stejner'a... 01702001 x 11 Two-Base Hits Polking. Scmidt. Three-Base Hits Conners, Kuyper. Bases on Bails Off Tietmeyer. ft; off Luke 4. Struck Out By Ourth, 9: by Luke, 4; hy Temke, 3. Umpire Brosnan. Scorer R. Lenhoff. CLASH B. K-D Lamps, Class B leaders of the Cincinnati Municipal Baseball Association, received a jolt yesterday when they, were soundly trounced by Beeco Monuments, 17 to 1, at Taft Field. Nig Kressler, speedball hurler of the Beecoi, had the losers eating out of his hand with the exception of the first inning; when the losers scored their lone tally. It pulled the Beeeog Into a tie for first place with the Lampmen, but judging by comparative scores, the Beecos should be in first place all by themselves. The Beecos crashed out a total of 19 hit in their barrage, and scored in every inning with the exception of the ilfth and sixth. The team ended strong, scoring 11 of their runs in the last three frames. They alBo fielded crrorlessly. N. Kressler, besides holding the Lamps, fanned eight of the losers and crashed a home run and a double in five swings. Boft were solid hits. RleBenberg pulled one out of the fire by scoring two runs in the ninth inning to tie the score and three more in the tenth inning to defeat Pleasant Ridge, 9 to 6, at xne latter s nome grounus. LISTERMANN'S. ; BELLONBY. AB.H.PO.A AB.H.PO.AI Grotlan.2b 5 3 0 SJones.rf 4 2 10 cuplto.rf 8 2 0 0 Ba.chner.3b 4 113 Melter.3b 5 3 0 2 Centher.cf 4 12 0 j0nes,2b 2 0 2 3 Corwett.lt 4 14 0 Krevling.of 3 4 1 1 Wlsher,2b 3 0 2 2 sperber.lf 6 11 2 Clark, as 3 10 3 Rosier. rf 6 5 2 0 Colling. If 3 12 0 Rothan.sa 5 2 0 4 Chuck, rf 4 0 10 Cain. lb 5 3 13 O.Sienbert.Sb 4 0 0 2 rMstast.cf 8 12 2Coon,2b 3 2 2 0 Berchen.lf 3 10 O Huff.ss 4 13 3 Myers,3b 4 10 2 Kemper.cf 4 0 10 Blum. If 2 0 0 O'Harv'ton.lb 4 0 15 0 Ekardt.lb 5 4 6 2 Shea. lb 4 0 14 0 Tuetlng.ss 3 0 0 8 Walker.c 3 0 2 0 Fallen.c 5 2 16 llRoxee.c 3 14 0 Hornb'ck.c 5 2 11 0 Walsh, p 4 10 0 stath.p 8 10 12:Cohen,p 3 0 0 4 Acker'an.p 13 0 Maber.p 210 41 1 Totals 33 6 27 7 1 Totals 32 6 27 10 Totals 44 24 27 15i Totals 43 M 27 321 Innings... 12 3 4 List'mann's 4 3 0 2 Bellonby ..0 0 0 0 5 6 7 8 9 0 5 0 2 016 0 0 0 0 0 0 Errors Tuctmg, Huff. Two-Base Hits Grotjan, Melter, Cain, Ackerman. Roseler. Home Runs Kreyllng and Rosier. Double Play Huff to Hijner to Harveston. Bases on Balls Off Ackerman. 3; off Walsh. 3. Struck Out By Ackerman. 11: by Wisher 4. Umpire Carcifero. Scorer "Baldy." RIESENRERG. I PLEASANT RIDGE. AB.H.PO.A! AB.H.PO.A Roth. 2b 3 10 1 Ange 6 0 3 2 Brenner.rf 6 3 0 0 Miller 5 110 Zuriech.3b 6 2 1 2 B. Kiehfuss 3 2 6 6 Bullock. If 5 1 0 O P. Jones 5 3 10 0 Wlllet.lb 4 0 4 O'Berltmar 3 18 1 Vedder.ss 4 16 4 Sach 5 0 0 0 Melrho'r.cf 4 1 2 1R. Kiehfuss 5 0 2 0 Qutnn.c 5 2 17 OBiederman 4 3 0 1 Morari, p 3 10 0 Johnson, p 3 10 1 Steimle.p 2 0 0 lCorbett,p 10 0 0 Price,2b 310 1; 1 Totals 40 11 30 11 Totals 44 13 30 6: Innings 123456789 10 Rii-senberg 210000102 39 Pleasant Ridge.. 100203000 06 Erors Zurlech. Bullock. Vedder, Price 2 Ange 3. Johnson. Two-Base Hits Brenner, Bullock, Price. Johnson. Home Run Brenner. Double Play Melrhoffer to Willet. Base on Balls Off Johnson. 4; off Corbett, 2: off Morari, 2; off Steimle. 1. Strike Outs Bv Johnson, 7: by Morari, 7: by Steimle. 7. Hit Batter-Johnson (Willet). Umpire Kreulem. COMELLO. HYDE PARK ACES. AB.H.POA AB.H.PO.A 2ah.all.rf 5 2 2 0 Wetzel, 2b 5 3 2 2 Cole.ss 4 0 2 4 Marshall, 3b 4 0 3 1 Kessler.lb 5 16 HHarrel.lf 4 14 0 Huber.cf 5 3 3 0 Appar'ls.lb 4 0 6 0 Ed'ards,3b 5 4 1 21 Dietrich. rf 4 2 10 Cook, If 4 2 4 0 Baker.c 3 2 4 3 Ross, p 5 5 12 Misner.cf 4 0 3 0 Stark, 2b 3 12 2 Dallman.is 3 114 Plepho.c 5 2 6 4Ritter,ss 10 0 0 Rogers, p '3121 Totals 43 20 27 15 Mitchell, p 10 10 i Totals 36 10 27 11 Innings.. 123456789 Comello.... 01042120 717 H. P Aces.. 0001050006 Two-Bsi Hits 3dwards 2, Plepho 2, Wetiel, Dietrich. Baker. Three-Base Hits Cook, Dietrich. Home Runs Cahall. Ross. Bases on Balls Off Ross, 2; off Rogers, 3: off Mitchell, 2. Struck Out Bv Ross. 4; bv Rogers. 3: by Mitchell, 1. Hit Batters By Rogers (Mitchell, Cole). Passed Balls Plepho. Baker. Left on Bases Comello, 8: Hyde Park Aces, 7. Umpire Long!. Scorer Warden. BECCO. D. LAMP. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A C.LIni.2b 3 0 1 2 Wlt'rst'r.rf 5 0 2 0 4 2 O Kiesllch.ss 3 10 1 T.Mich' I, ss 7 B. Alcorn, rf 4 B.Sn'd'r.cf 8 R. Kesser.lf 6 A.Hef'n.lb 5 T.Burke.3b 6 S.Gabr'l.c 4 N.Kres'r.p 5 Feldman.rf 0 2 1 O Calicure.lb 4 1 S 0 12 0 Vollner.ct 4 10 0 2 4 OlYoung.lf 3 0 5 0 2 10 1 Koehler.p 1110 4 0 (i Gosekamp.c 3 0 4 0 2 7 ) Bittman.2b 4 0 14 2 0 5 Schaub,3o 4 0 5 0 0 0 0 Ryder p 10 2 0 Beniing.n 10 10 Totals 47 19 27 8 LitTp'ge.cf 10 0 0 iKoegel.ss 0 0 0 0 P. Young, If 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 6 27 7 Innings .123486789 Becco M. .12210033 517 K. D. L...1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Two-Base Hits Alcorn, Gabriel. N. KesBer. Calicur. Three-Base Hit Burke. Home Runs Mitchell. N. Kresser. Base on Palls Off Koehltr, 2; off Ryder, 4; off Kresser, 2. Struck Out By Ryder. 4; uy Kresser. 8. Umpire Welsch. Scorer Ray Wittenberg. CLASS C. Bond Hill Red Sox took a firmer hold on first place in the Class C Municipal Eastern League by tumbling Andrew'! Garden from the top perch with a 13-2 walloping. It was all Klleman, who whiffed 12 batters and poled a double and two singles while limiting the losers to two doubles and two tingles. Madisonville Cubs piled up six runs In the first two Innings to beat Shamrock Taxi, 9 to 5, with Banes featuring on both the attack and defense with a perfect day at bat while limiting the losers to a half dozen hits. Rock Garden of Newport, whitewashed Goodrich Tires. 8-0. Llstermann had little trouble trouncing Woebkenberg, 16-5, after the losers boasted a four-run lead going into the fifth. Noeth Garden came from behind to win. 4-1, over Scheve Hardware. Sycamore Cafe featured the day'a Class C games by downing Cardinal A. C, 16-4, with two doubles and & triple play featuring. NOETH GARDEN 4, SCHEVE 1. NOETH'S. j SCHEVE'S AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A Smith, cf 4 0 0 0 Grunt, ss 4 Weher.es 3 12 4 Benett.rf 4 Rlchter.lf 4 0 1 2 W.Sam'd,3h 4 Barnes, p 4 0 1 2 Jeffers.2b 3 Reardon.lb 4 3 10 1 Engel.lf 4 C.Bron't.c 4 0 13 0 Rathm'n.lb 4 Mock. 2b 4 0 0 2 Brack'ge.c 3 rlusem'n.rf 4 10 0 Kam'rer.cf 3 A 1 1 0 0 0 -i ii 4 1 . I 0 10 0 0 0 0 Ludw'k.lf 3 2 0 OjPaluzzl.p 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 Gell.p 0 Totals 34 7 27 11! I Totals 32 5 24 12 Innings ...123456789 Scheve 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 loeth 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 x 4 Two-Base Hlta Weber, Samad, Rath-man. Double Play Weber to Reardon, Bases on Balls Off Barnes, 1; off Pa-lusii, 1. Struck Out By Barnes, 13; by Paluzsl, 8; by Oell, 2. Balk Oell. Left on Bases Noeth's, 3; Scheve, 2. Umpire McDowell. Scorer F. Bronnert. GOODRICH. R'K GARDENS AB.H.O.A AB.H.O.A Woods.ss 6 12 4 Olllett.ss 4 0 2 1 Keicn.2b 3 0 Cum'gs.3b 4 0 Dapper, If 4 0 Flynn.rf 4 0 Meler.lf 2 1 K'hler.lb 3 0 0 2 Collins. W 2 2 Davis, lb 1 OAndrea.lf 1 0 M'Gaff.3b 2 0 Sheridan, c 9 OlFarrar.p 8 4 Kinsella,2b 0 0 Daniels, rf 0 0! 0 0 Totals 2 01 1 1 2 6 1 1 2 0 1 15 2 0 1 1 0 1 Zlngg.c 3 0 Klein, p 2 0 Llmes.p 1 0 M'h'ws,3b 3 0 Ernlng.lb 0 0 30 10 27 7 Totals 38 3 27 12 Innings ...1 23456789 Rock Garden 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 06 G. Tires ....0 0000000 00 Errors Woods, Cummlngs, McGaff, Klnsella. Two-Base Hits Collins. Mc- an, tsnerioan, Anarea. Klnsella. Base Hit-Farrar. Home Hun Three- .. .. I IttVlS. Bases on Bulla Off Farrar, 7; off Klein, 2. Struck Out- By Farrar, 8; by Klein, 8. Hit Batter By Farrar, 1. MORRIS FURN. COLLEGE HILL. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A Busek.2h 5 1 0 3 Leder.cf 3 2 8 0 winters.u n z 3 oiR'schler.ss Junk.rf 5 3 0 0!Vesser.2b Renner.lb 5 2 10 0iB.Brown.rf J'worth.ss 5 10 2!frlfflth,3b Burke.cf 5 3 0 OlWInkler.lb Alberi,3b 4 2 0 4 Flemlng,lf Roll.c 3 1 13 l!Kessler,o Oasper.p 6 2 1 llBosse.p 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 11 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Werner. p Totals 42 17 27 11 W.Brown tOlnley Totals 32 8 27 11 Batted for Kessler. tBatted for Werner. Innings.. 123458789 Morris Fur. 06050000 213 College Hill 000100210 4 Error Winters. Two-Bast Hlta oas-per, Butek, Burke, Albers. Three-Base Hits Jun1, Jostworth, Griffith, Vesser. Double Plays Rentschler to Vesser to Winkler. Bases on Balls Off Bosse 2, off Werner 1, off Gasper 2. Struck Out By Bosse 2, by Werner 3, by Gasper 12. Passed Balls Keasler 2. Left on Bases Morris Furniture 6, College Hill 4. Umpires Winging and McNally. Scorer B. Heakamp. Tim of Game 2:15. FISHER RYE. TOWNSEND-WESfT AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A Becker, rf 4 0 2 OfHerman.rf 4 2 4 0 M.Pa'llle.lf 3 0 1 0lUmbers,2b 4 13 5 B.Pa'll,2b 3 0 3 2:Frey,lb 4 19 0 Glasklns.ti 3 12 llLeftwIch.cf 4 0 11 Meyers, cf 4 0 1 OIHoll'eyer.lf 3 0 0 0 Bchl'ker.lb 4 19 lMcIntire,3b 8 112 Ban, 3b 4 0 1 SIBchaefer.o 3 16 0 Relnert.e 2 0 5 3lstev'son,sa 3 2 3 2 Lister. p 4 2 0 3 Kenney, p 3 0 0 2 Buck'eler 1 0 0 01 1 Totals 31 8 27 12 Totals 32 4 24 14 Batted for Reinert In ninth. Innings... 1234 5 6789 Fisher Rye. .00000000 11 Townsend-W. 00010220 x 5 Errors Glasklns, Meyers, Frey, Schafer. Two - Base Hits Herman, Schaefer. Three-Base Hit Umberg. Home Run Lister. Stolen Base Glasklns. Sacrifice Hit M. Paulllnllle. Bases on Balls Off Kenney, 5. S.:i' 'i' T.Vr oT..LJt?i.hI. uJ. : J"""1 fei :1T-mMv SYC. CAFE. ; CARD. A. C. AB.H.PO.A., AB.H.PO.A. Innings ..123456789 Syc. Cafe... 4 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 518 Card. A. C.l 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 4 Errors Myers. Corwett, Coon 2. Home Runs Fallen, Stath. Double Plays Rothan to Jones to Ekardt 2, Kka rdt unassisted to Jones. Bases on Balls Off Maber 2, off Cohen 2. Struck Out By Stath 12, by Maber 4. by Cohen 4. Left On Bases Sycamore Cafe 4, Cardinal A. C. 3. Umpire McKenna. Scorer' Cupito. SHAMROCK TAXI. MAD. CUBS. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A A.K'her.cf 8 0 3 OlMerch't.rf 3 110 Scherin,2b 3 1 2 1 Benner,2b 4 112 2 6 O Kaiser.ss 4 2 12 1 2 01 Burden, 3b 4 2 2 3 1 0' OILoulso.lf 4 12 0 0 2 2IMeyer,lb 4 1 10 1 0 1 2lWalte,cf 2 0 0 0 1 8 OiHurd.cf 2 0 0 0 0 1 O'Glbbs.o 3 19 1 I Banes. D 4 4 0 3 Haykow.o Keifer.rf R.K'her.lf Lewis. as Volk,3b Mufuss.lb Baker, p Totals 35 6 24 5 I Totals 35 13 27 2 Innings... 1 2 3 4 5 Shamrock... 10 0 11 Mad. Cubs. 2 4 0 0 2 7 8 9 0 2 05 1 0 x 9 Errors Lewis, Kaiser, Louiso, Hurd. Home Run Kaiser. Double Play Beu-ner unassisted. Bases on Balls Oft Baker, 2; off Barnes, 3. Strike Outs By Banes, 10; by Baker, . Wild Pitch-Banes. Left on Bases Shamrock Taxi. 6: Madisonville Cubs, 7. Umpire L. Jagin. Scorer Ben Smith. BOND HILL. ANDREWS. AB.H.PO.A. I AB.H.PO.A Lam'rt.Sb 2 10 2ITallen.3b 3 0 10 Tyler,3b 4 10 liCollins,3b 10 0 0 Rack. If 2 0 0 0 McMa's,2b 4 13 1 Thesing.cf 4 10 O'Bast.sa 4 12 1 Malo'ey,2b 3 11 3Depaoll,lf 3 12 0 Kuhn,rf-cf 5 4 0 0Klieman,3b 4 0 0 5 Flnk.c 2 17 0Afforer,3b 10 0 0 Sellers, c 2 2 6 01 Jordin,p-lb 4 16 1 Duer't.lb 3 2 10 0 shati.lb 10 0 0 Mor'hal.ss 3 12 4iFrasca,rf 2 0 0 0 W'f'm.rf-lf 5 0 0 OUacobson.p 10 0 0 Klleman.p 5 3 1 1 F.Stelna.rf 0 0 0 0 IG.Stelns.c 3 0 13 0 Totals 40 17 27 11 Donatello.p 2 0 0 0 I Totals 33 4 27 8 Innings ..1 23456789 Bond Hill. . .0 1 0 0 0 5 5 1 113 Andrews ...0 01100000 2 Two-Base Hits Bast, Depoll, Kuehn 2, Morgenthal. Klieman. Three-Base Hit Maloney. Double Plays Klieman to Bast to Jordln, Maloney to Morgenthal to Duer-mlt. Base On Balls Off Klieman 2, off Donatello 4, off Jacobson 1, off Jordln 1. Struck Out By Klieman 12. by Jordin 2. Hit Batter Duermit. by Donatello. Balk Donatello 1. Jacobson 1. Left On Bases Bond Hill 8, Andrews 4. Umpire Maddock. Scorer L. Dietrich. LISTERM ANN'S. WOEBKENBERG. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A. Fenger.2b 4 3 13 AB.H.PO.A Dl'km'n,3b 8 2 12 Ernst. 3b 3 13 1 Paum.cf 5 2 10 Murphy. ss ,10 0 3 Wlsek'e.cf 1 1 0 O Frlck.ss 2 0 0 1 Phlanz.rf 5 2 0 0 Willet, ib 5 18 0 Fellx.ss 5 2 1 4!Elllng.p 5 2 0 1 Havs.lf 5 3 2 0 Seifert.cf 4 14 0 Sudhoff.lb 4 1 11 2 Tekulve.2b 4 10 1 Wirtman.o 5 3 10 2 Kuntz.lf 3 0 2 0 Behrle.p 2 0 0 OiBunn.c 4 2 5 0 Winters, p 2 0 0 l Whitaker.p 3 0 3 1) 'Miers.p 10 0 0 Totals 44 19 2714 Totals 37 8 24 7 Innings 123456789 Llstermann... 00014580 x IS Woebkenberg. .00400000 15 Error Ernst. Two-Base Hits Phlam. Hays, Sudhoff, Wisekittle. Three-Base Hits Felix, Widmann. Home Run Daum. Dotble Play. Fenger to Felix to Sudhoff. Bases on Balls Off Whitaker. 2; off Behrle, 2: off Ceiling, 1; off Winters, 1;. Strike Outs By Whitaker, 3; by Celling, 2; by Behrle, 2: by Winter. 8. Hit Batter Whitaker (Fenger, Felix). Umpire Schneider. Bcorer Venemin and Gert. CLASS 1). College Hill Juniors fared better than their older brothers, who lost their first game of the season to Morris Furniture, by taking a 3-2 seven-Inning game from the Cumminsvllle Champs at Ludlow. Niemus. on the mound for the Hillians, allowed three hits while whiffing three times thai number of Champs. Bond Hill needed 11 Innings to beat out the Over-Thc-Rhine nine, 12-11. Maile struck out 12. while the pitching corps for the losers divided i3 strike-oilts. Peebles Corner collected 26 hit? to down East Hills. 25-12. In the North Falrmount-Sedamsvllle game. Hass, pitching for the Merchants, struck out IB while Chambers, hurling tor Sedamsville. whifled 17 with the verdict going to North Fair-mount by a 5-3 count. ' COLLEGE HILL .IRS. 3, CrMMTNS-VILLE . COLLEGE HILL. I CUM'SVILLE. AB.H.O.A! AB.H.O.A Tlnnis.lf 4 0 1 0 Collna.ss 0 2 1 0 10 1 1 1 13 0 13 0 0 2 0 Voegele.2b 4 12 0 Gall. If 1 2 0IEmmes.3n 1 3 O'Joesting.lb 1 1 VMacke.rf 2 11 Cleary.2h 0 0 OiV'neman.p 0 10 Kemper.p 2 10 0 Stelze.cf 0 0 2 Hoff.c Helni.ss 3 L'page.lh ! G'drum.cf ' Lelst.rf IWard.rf K'p'hoff.c 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 Totals 2R 8 21 4 Totals 24 3 21 2 Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 College Hill Jrs...O 2 0 0 0 0 13 Cumminsvllle 0 0 0 1 0 1 02 Rrmriiiil 9 Tiat Knnnelhnff Macke, Cleary. two-Base Hits Lit-tlepage, Voegele, Gundrum. Three-Base Hits Oundrum. Kappelhoff, Joesting. Bases on Balls Off Nlemes, 1. Struck Out By Niemes, 9; by Veeneman, 1; by Kemper, 6. Hit Batter By Nlemes, 4. Passed Ball Kappelhoff, 1. Left on Bnces College Hill, 5; Cumminsvllle, 6. Umpire Schneider. Scorer Lelst. PEEBLES CORNER 25, EAST HILL 11. PEEBLES CORNER. I EAST HILL. AB.H.PO.A! AB.H.PO.A Hoeh.ss 0 2 Jones. rf 4 0 2iRoett'g, cf 6 1 UEIchold.lb 5 7 OiLakeman.e R 0 0McDon'h,3b 6 3 01 Sooner,, If 4 1 0 Crocker. ss 4 10 0 2 0 1 0 10 0 3 10 0 Scheve. 2b I.Smyth, 3b Olllne.lb Wipper.lf Berger.cf Helm.rf Patter'n.e H Smith. p Hornl'el.rf Glenn, p 2 0 3 1 0 1 2 3 0 0 4 1 2 0 4 0 0 0 1 IS 0 Rundo,2b 4 4 0 2! Parr.p 0 0 0 Barllon.p 0 0 0 Totals 42 13 27 10 Totals 60 28 27 ! Innings .. 1 Peebles Cor. 4 East Hill . . 0 3 4 2 0 0 0 II 8 0 8 2 4 8 9 15 325 2 211 Errors J. Smyth, Crocker, Rundo. Two-Base Hits Hoeh 3. Scheve Smyth, Wlpper 2, Jones, Lakeman 3, Roettlng, '-r t. n ft Illl tTnnV. l MCLionnuKn 4. iiin.c-onnc n.'cii. Home Run Smyth. Double Play Mcunn-ough to Elchold. Bases on Balls Off Smith, 4; off Parr, 3; off Barllon, 2, Struck Out By Smith. 15; by Parr, 7; by Barlion, 3. Hit Batter By Smith i (Rundo and Parr). Left on Basel Peebles Corner Merchants, 7; East Hill, 9. Umpire Kleborth. Scorer Ed Rutheven. BOND HILL 12, OVER-'-RHINE ACER It. BOND HILL. I ACES. AB.H.PO.AI AB H.PO.A Baumc'r.lf 5 3 1 HWalden.cf 7 11 Auf'k o.2h o i l 8K.Smtth,2b 5 0 2 5 2 1 5 16 7 13 6 1 18 5 0 1 6 10 6 11 Vond'de.cf 3 Wood'd.lb 3 Hard.ss 6 Tlnnell.o 5 Vogel'g,3b 5 Lux,rf 5 Mails, p 5 Hall.cf 2 0 0 0 Wlkol.p-ss 1 15 HRItter.lb 1 0 0O.S'th,ss-p 3 13 HGoeti.o 1 1 6Moran,3b 3 12 0 1 1 WrlRht.rf Beyer, If Bales, 2b Totala 0 0 1 2 12 0 Totals 44 14 33 19 54 9 33 8 Innings 123456789 10 11 Over-the-Rhlne, 100520110 0 111 Bond Hill 201310300 0 212 Errors Baumgartner Vonderhelde, Hall, Woodward, Vogelsang 4, Walden, Rltter 2, Goetz, Beyer 2. Two-Base Hits Aufden-kamp, Baumgartner, Tlnnell, Beyer, Rltter. Three-Basa Hit Tlnnell. Home Run-Woodward. Bases on Balls Off Wlkel, 4. Struck Out By Malle, 12; by Smith, 5; By Wlkel. 8. Hit by Pitcher By Wlkel, 1. Passed Balls By Goeti, 7. Umpire Reg-ner. Scorei' Bartson. NEWPORT1. AB.H.PO.A EAST END. AB H.l O.A 6 3 11 Bane 2 10 01 G.Tme Brtink Madden T.Tma A'ilgcr Graoirjr Sp-intfl Kilmers 3 0 3 4 4 4 1 6 2 0 6 2 0 3 2 0 8 11 .', 1 ;t 5 3 18 5 19 5 10 Shu'fleburg 2 Oraf Ooodall Nlller Crusle Olnncr Schoo Minnager Winners Tjtnls 3 31Rvder 0 OiWas.i 0 0; 1 0 Totals 4 ', 16 30 10 0 30 fli Innings .123458789 10 East End .002100120 410 Newport ..00210 1020 06 Errors Shutflehurk. Ooodall. Olnner 4, Shcoo, o. Tone, Madden, T. Tone, Granger 2. Spaeth 2, Ryder. Two-Base Hits "Zik'Zn-.' .... . :in-oa Winners, 3. 8truclc Out By Wass, 18; by Winners, 6: by Mlnnager. 3. Hit Batter By Wass, 1; by Winners. 1. Balk Winners. Left on Bases East End, 10; Mew-port, 6. CORRYVILLE. i CIN. CUBS. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A Julbert.o 4 1 12 0! Louder. 3d 3 0 0 2 Miller, lb 3 0 9 0; Smith. If 4 2 10 2uh!.3d-sa 4 0 0 3 Condo.ss 4 112 Beebe.lf 4 12 0 Hathorn.c 3 1 10 0 Ireland, rf 2 0 2 OIKItts.lb 4 16 0 Mlneff.2b 3 0 1 llSteph'n.cf 4 0 0 0 Stark,a-3d 4 0 1 2 Meslnk.rf 3 2 10 Sohen.p 10 0 HFort'r,2b 4 0 0 1 Blsser,p 110 1; Windsors 4 2 0 2 Totals 26 3 27 11' Totals 33 1 27 7 Innings... 123456789 Corryvllle.. 00000000 00 Cubs 11102000 x 6 Two-Base Hit Beebe. Three-Base Hit Smith. Home Run Meslnk. Bases on Balls Off Windsor, 3; off Cohen, 4; off Bisser, 3. Strike Outs By Windsor, 19; by Cohen, 3; by Bisser, 4. Umpire Tressler. FAIRMOUNT. SEDAMSVILLE. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A Murphy. 2b 1 1 0Leseler,ct 4 0 0 0 Webb.rf W'ahler.cf Hohmn.lb Et'hardt,c Sch'ster.lf S'rland.ss B'man,3b Haas.p 0 0 0;Deller,3b 1 0 OlDellch.lf 2 4 0Schwelr,rf 0 21 llRussell.o 0 0 OUtamm.sa 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 17 4 0 1 4 19 0 0 2Black,lb 3 0 1 2 11 Buschle,2b 2 2 0 Ch'mbers.p 3 2 0 Totals 37 9 27 5 Totals 31 5 27 Innings.. 123456789 Falrmount. 00310100 0 5 Sedamsville 0010100103 Errors Elchhardt 2. Three-Base Hits Hohman, Haas, Buschle. Home Runs Wahler, Black. Bases on Balls Off Haas 2. off Chambers 1. Struck Out By Haas 19. by Chambers 17. Hit Batter Wahlers by Chambers, Buschle by Hass. UmpIre Miller. Scorer Peters. STALF BLDRS. OAK. MERCHANTS. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A Cord'no,2b 3 11 l!W5rst'r.ss 4 3 2 2 Geraccl.ss 4 Bruns.cf 4 Delg'cco.c 4 Petoud.lf 4 Amorinl.rf 3 M'sman,3b 4 Maloncylb 3 Ch'rlain.p 0 MoD'v'd.p 1 Ui Diuman.zD 0 Raabe.lb 01 iSimov.lf 0i Fr'dm'n.rf 0j Baionl.cf 3 Groene.c 13 2 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 10 12 0 3 11 2 13 1 10 0 9 0 Miller, 3b 2 lVVirth,p 0 0 01 1 Totals 33 12 27 7 Totals 30 4 24 O Innings... 12 3 O. Merchants 0 10 Stalf Bldrs.. 110 4 5 0 2 4 1 03 Two-Base Hits Wltterstaetter, Miller. Three-Base Hits Witterstaetter, Oroene, Gordano. Bases on Balls Off Wlrth, 4: off Chamberlain, 6. Strike Outs By Wlrth, 12: bv Chamberlain, 4. Hit Batter By Wirth, 2. Umpire McDowell. Scorer Ray Uolding. CLIFTON ACES. RIVERSIDE. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A Portune.rf 5 12 0;Koth,2b 3 2 3 2 Kobm'n.ss 5 2 2 l!Sandf'd,lb 4 3 5 0 Geren.lf 5 2 2 0 Kof in. If 3 0 4 0 Klein. 3b 5 2 2 0' Kelly. c 3 0 4 0 G.Jung,2b 4 2 2 I Masters.ss 4 12 1 Buehler.lb 6 14 II Roth. 3b 4 13 1 Sels'ger.cf 2 11 0 Bush.rf 3 12 0 Daken.p 3 2 1 HCook.cf-p 4 0 10 Kuhn.c 3 0 8 01 Bung.p 4 10 1 Novik'f,2b 100 1 Em'rlch.cf 1 0 0 0! Totals 32 9 24 5 Schua.rf 0 0 0 0 W. Jung, If 0 0 0 0! Totals 39 13 21 5! Innings. .1234 5 6789 Cllit'n Aces 34102200 012 Riverside. .. 00100121 x 5 Errors Kobman, Schua 2. Sandford, Roth. Three-Base Hits Bung, Sandford. Home Runs Kobman, Masters. Ba?es on Balls Off Daken, 4; off Bung, 3. Struck Out By Daken, 8: by Cook. 3. Left on Bases Clifton, 4; Riverside. 9. Umpire G. Miller. Scorer Walter Novikoff. LEADING ENTRY Of America Retires From French Net Play Due To Broken Bone In Arm Mrs. Andrus Out Two Weeks. Paris, May 24 (AP) Mrs. Dorothy Andrus of Stamford, Conn., leading American entry, withdrew from the women's singles of the French hard court tennis championships today when doctors at the American Hospital discovered she had suffered a broken bone in her right arm. The doctors put the arm in a splint, but said she would be able to resume her tennis in about two weeks. One other American girl, Florence Le Boutillier of Westbury, N. Y., was eliminated in the first round as the English and French Davis Cup doubles teams disposed of their own teammates to reach the men's doubles final and the French - English combination of Mme. Rene Mathieu and Billy Yorke won the women s doubles crown. Miss Le Boutillier was beaten in straight sets by Edith Belllard of France, 64, 108. George Patrick Hughes and Charles R. D. Tuckey won the all-English semi-final of the men's doubles, easily dispoaing of Fred Perry, the world's No. 1 singles player, and Henry W. (Bunny) Austin. The scores were 6 0, fj 7, 6 4, 64. France's Jean Borotra and Marcel Bernard were forced to battle all the way to conquer Jacques Brugnon and Christian Boussus, 7 5, 6 4, 46, 4 6, 6-3. The finals of the men's doubles and mixed doubles are to be played tomorrow. In the latter division, Mme, Sylvia Henrotin and Andre Martin-Legeay of France defeated Mme. Mathieu and Jean Lesueur 46, 62, 63, and Miss Yorke and Bernard defeated Miss Noel and Hughes, 06, 63, 64. One upset marked the second round play in the women's singles as Slmone Ooronitchenko, twentieth ranking French woman, defeated Peggy Scriven, one of England's leading players, 06, 64, 86. BUCKEYE LEAGUE. BRANCH HILL ; GLENDALE. AB.H.PO.Ai AB.H.PO. Hatte.2b 5 12 4!Davls,3b 3 0 3 0 And'son.lf 3 10 0Hmlth,lf 4 2 1 0 13 Bowm'n.sa 4 3 1 JiR.Cole'n.lb 4 Moorhe'd.c 3 1 11 lFisher'ser,o 4 Burtt,3b 4 2 0 JlPlke.ss 4 Hoffner.rf 4 10 OjKnueven.p 2 D'gh'n.lb 4 0 11 0Boerman,rf 3 0 6 Wilson, of 4 10 0:P.Cole'n,0f 1 Strath'n.p 3 12 lBoerch's,2b 3 Andrews,p 1 Totals 34 11 27 12iLltner,as 1 Totals 30 2 24 10 Innings ,.123 Clendale ... 0 0 0 Branch Hill.. 2 3 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 0 0 0 0 X 8 Two-Base Hits Bowman 2, Smith. stolen Bases Anderson 3, Burtt, Wilson. Coleman. Bases on Balls Off Strathman, 2: off Knueven, 1. Struck Out By Strathman. 10: bv Andrews, 5; by Kneuevcn, 2. Umpire Durbln. Scorer C. Butcher. Minns. I LOVELAND. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A Overbey.rf 4 0 2 OlConwell.rf 6 1 l 0 Need'm.c.p 5 Ferrell.ss 5 McCTng,2b .2 Rlchd'a.lb 4 Haught.cf Kable,3b 4 Tlm'man.p 4 Lawson.lf 4 a v w oiuiio.au o v m & 0 2 4 Ange, c 3 1 10 1 1 1 lOwen,lf 1 1 6 OlDanby.lb 5 0 2 Ollnnls.ss 4 1 1 HHawfeld.lf 3 0 0 2Conley.3b 4 0 4 O Brucks.p 5 1 7 1 0 1 2 1 Ball'nger.c 1 0 0 OlE. Slone 1 IBIcther,2b 0 0 0 0 1 Totals 37 6 27 8'Flnk.cf 1 0 0 0 Black, lr l Johnson, cf 0 10 0 0 2 0 Totals Ti 6" 000 020 36 12 27 13 Innings... 1 Loveiand . . 3 Mauds .... 0 7 8 9 2 4-13 0 X 6 Errors Ferrell, Kable, Slone, Owen, In- nls. T. Conley. Two-Base biwmii Three-Base Rita Innes, Nedham. Home Run Danby. stolen Bases Loveiand. 4-Mauds, 2. Double Plays--Innes to Slone to Danby: Ange to Slone. Sacrifice Hit-Con well. Bases on Balls Off Brucks, 2; off Tlmmerman, 4; off Needham, 2. Hit Batter By Ange (Conley), Wild Pitch Needham. 8truck Out By Brucks, 10; by Tlmmerman, 9. Umpire Westfall. PISGAH. I STOCKTON. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A Brenner, cf 4 3 1 liBollmer,3b 2 1 A.H'n'w,2b 3 E.H'n'w.ss 5 Thom'n.lb 4 2 I'll n.mapt.sa 0 4 aiBuchelt.rf 2 4 0Cayse,o 2 0 OIR.Burer.cf 0 2 OIN.Riea'g.lf 2 12 OIC.RIeB'g.lb 2 2 OlWenseUb 1 0 6C.Burer,p 0 0 3 W.Burer.rf 1 2 1 3 3 11 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 2 1 1 1 0 Duermltt.lf 4 H'ffm'n,3b 4 WoodalU 4 W.H'n'w.rf 4 Gruber.p 3 wrignt.p u Totals 37 14 27 13, totals 39 11 24 20 Innings... 123456789 Plsgah 10210130 x 8 Stockton.... 2 000023007 Errors E. Honerlaw, Gruber, R. Burer, N. Riesenberg. Two-Base Hits Bollmer, w. Honerlaw, Tnompson, Brenner. Three-Base Hits Cayse 2, Duermltt. Home Runs Boh-mer, Cayse. Stolen Bases Thompson, W. Honerlaw; Baaea on Balls Off Gruber, 1; off Burer, 1. Hit Batters By Gruber, 1; by Burer, 1. Struck Out By Gruber, 7; by Wright, 4; by Buier, 8. Umplre Mohr-fleld. Scorer Kennedy. LEBANON. BLUE AS'ftr AB.H.O.AI AB.H.PO.A Lackey.lf 4 0 0 OlFox.ss 6 113 Purcell,2b 4 11 4'S'v'son,lf 3 10 0 B'wm'n.rf 4 0 0 OIBerg.lf 10 0 0 Wieda.p 4 2 0 4iK'chler,2b 5 2 14 Eakln.c 3 0 5 OIL.Rasch.rf 5 2 2 0 Edg'ton.lb 3 0 12 0 Nolan, lb 5 4 13 tl Frecl'd.cf 3 0 1 l'B'nman.cf 4 0 10 C.abe.3b 3 0 4 3 Llghtner.c 10 4 2 Sm'klns.ss 110 3 Hoffman, c 2 0 11 IJ.Rasch.p 4 2 11 Totals 29 3 24 lo cutter. 3b 4 2 0 3 I Totals 40 14 24 14 Innings ..1 2 3 4 5 6 Lebanon ...0 0 1 u 0 0 I o oi Blue Ash ..0 2312203 x 13 Errors Purcell 2, Edgerton 1, rreeland , J Rasch 1. Two-Base Hits Klechler, Stevenson. Cutter, Weida. Three-Base Hits Nolan 2, Klechler, L. Rasch, J. Rasch. Home Run Nolan. Stolen Bases Brenneman 2, Cutter 2, Llghtner. Bases on Balls Off Wleda. 4: off Rasch, 1. Hit Batter Wleda, 1; Rasch, 1. Struck Out By Wleda, 5; by Rasch, 7. Umpire Blum. LONG GAME Is Taken By Beecos. Win Over Heidelberg In Fifteenth Frame, 6-5, In Thrilling K. I, 0. Battle Potters Beat Bavarians For First Triumph. Large crowds witnessed all three games in the K. I. O. Semi-Pro League yesterday. The Beeco-Heidel-berg game, played at Heidelberg Park, Covington, resulted in a 6-5 win for the Beecos in a thrilling fifteen-inning battle, one of the best games ever played in the loop. At Bavarian Park, Covington, the champion Potters finally broke their three-game losing streak, beating the Bavarians, 12-3, proving entirely too classy for the home club. Feldhaus Builders, clubbing the ball to all corners, turned back the Cheviot aggregation by the score of 16-7. The Builders grabbed the lead in the opening inning and never were headed. A line drive to left by Captain Oscar Hoffmann provided the winning blow for the Beecos in the fifteenth round. Hoffman opened the inning with a single, advanced to second on a hit by Henneke, and went to third on a short hit by Colina. Dils delivered a long fly to deep right which permitted Hoffman to score the deciding run. This was the third straight victory for the Beeco aggregation, managed by Gordie Bachman, who are in a two-way tie for first place. BEECO MONIIM'TS.I HEIDELBURf!. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A , Pheian.cf 6 2 8 o Lemeier.rf 8 l 4 o hi i. .in o x nrrci..jn n i o i Hoffman. If 6 2 3 0 Norman. If 6 12 0 Hen ke,2b 7 2 1 4,BorKtnan.cf 6 13 1 Collna.rf 7 3 3 OiWarken.lb 6 1 21 0 Dils.lb 7 0 9 llYouni(,ss 5 1 3 R Dopp.c 7 2 IS 2 Red ton, 3b 10 0 0 R.Collna 6 14 2 Grote.c 6 2 6 4 B'ckhoff.p 2 0 1 2:Sanders.2b 5 3 2 5 Condon, p 3 2 0 lPendleton.p 3 0 0 1 iRehkamp.p 3 114 Totals 57 16 45 131 Totals 53 11 43 24 Innings, 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 B'co 020000003 0 0 0 0 0 16 Hl'g 012002000 0 0 0 0 0 05 Errors O'Connel, R. Colina, Brockhoff 2, Young, Bandera. Two-Base Hits Henneke, J. Colina 2, Condon, Sanders. Three-Base Hit Borgman. Stolen Bases Phelan, Young 2, Sanders. Double Plays R. Colina to Dils; Henneke to R. Colina to Dils; Young to Sanders to Warken. Bases on Balls Off Brockhoff, 4; off Condon, 1; off Pendleton, 4. Hit Batter Pendeton (Phelan). Wild Pitches Pendleton, Rehkamp. Struck Out By Brockhoff,4; by Condon, 9; by Pendleton, 2; by Rehkamp, 4. Left on Bases Beeco, 12; Heldelburg,9. Umpire Klem Edrlck. BAVARIANS. ) POTTERS SHOES. ABH.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A Curry.lf 5 3 3 OiPfllgeUb 6 18 2 Sperher,2b 5 2 5 4iDaley,ss 6 2 0 4 Hayhow.sa 8 0 3 4Flchter,lb 5 2 7 1 R'hl'g,cf-p 3 11 0 Kohl, If 5 2 4 0 Sttth,3h 4 2 1 OlBes'hach.rf 3 0 10 Hcms'h.lb 4 17 0!Munson,o 5 4 6 0 Sch'r,cf-rf 4 2 1 0iKinRs'y,3h 2 0 12 Deskeb'h.c 4 15 l!Beannon,cf 4 2 3 1 Gra'man.p 0 0 0 OlLucss.p 5 10 3 Weaver.p 0 0 0 fl Bied'fcr,3b 10 0 2 Ponzer.rf 3 0 0 flj Ryan.p 0 0 1 0 Totals 40 14 27 15 Totals 37 12 21 9! Innings.. 1 23456789 Bavarians.. OOOO2101O4 Potters 03012320 012 Errors Stlth 2. Two-Base Hit Kohl. Three-Base Hit Fichter. Stolen Bases Hrannon, Fichter. Bdres on Balls Off Granneman, 3; off Lucas, 1. Hit Batter-By Granncman, Klngsworthy. Wild Pitch Relbllng. 8truck Out By Granneman, 1; by Relbllng, 4; by Lucas, 3, Umpire Champllan, Munson. MISCELLANEOUS BASEBALL. MARTYRS. MT. AUBURN REDS. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A 1110 10 2 1 3 110 4 0 2 2 2 2 6 0 4 0 6 1 3 0 10 3 0 10 2 12 2 10 0 0 24 "(S 21 6 8ed'olli,2b 2 2 2jBerrnle.2b 0Bhear,3b OlCasldy.lf 0Yerry,ss 2 Jay.c OiLefUb 4IErl.rf 3'Krimer,cf II Dick, p Geiger.rf 1 1 W.Unger.rf 1 0 Relst'b'g.lf 4 2 Tomb'gel.p 4 3 Herron.cf 3 1 Ca'phell.ss 3 2 E.Unger.lb 3 1 8chrnth.3b 3 1 Hickman, c 2 0 OILingnosse Totala 26 13 21 121 Totals Inning 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Martyrs 0 5 2 2 6 0 015 Mt. Auburn Reds. 22101006 ' Two-Base Hit E. linger. Home Runs Oeiger, Campbell. Bases on Balls Off Tombragel, 4; off Lett, 4. Struck Out By Tombragel, 6; by Dick 4. SI-MARTYRS. I SYCAMORE REDS. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A Uncer rf 3 0 0 0 Gulney.ss 3 0 2 2 Es'lman,2b 2 12 2!Russell,3b 2 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 Helnc'n.30 10 0 oiThso.if it 1 Pal tcrson.c 0iApple.2h 2 Colfey.p II Desn.cf :v Left. lb Ofrorer,.1b 0 0 1 Jeffers.rf 3 11 Ullnm.lb 1 5 Zoz Burns.ss Bainnl.c Orr.lf Mohan, p 0 0 0 1 1 10 0 Arnold, rf 1 1 0; 0 0 2' Totals 20 1 21 9 Totals 21 5 2112 Inningf 1 2 3 4 8 6 7 B. Martyrs 4 1 0 0 0 0 05 Sycamore Reds ..01000001 Two-Base Hlta Euelman, Vllrnan, Orr, SOLWAY NINE Only Unbeaten Team In Class A Amateur Loops Purcell Loses, 19-7, - While Becker Clothes Team Beat Wagners, 9-5 Miller's Fielding Features Evanston Wins. Solway Furniture team became the only undefeated club in Class A by hanging out a 19-to-7 decision over Purcell at Deer Creek yesterday in an Eastern League game of the Municipal Association. R. B. Clothes and College Hill, Western League teams, and undefeated until yesterday, fell by the wayside. The victory for Solways gives the team four victories and no defeats. Alex Hess, whose left-handed slants won the three previous i Sames for Solway, received credit for his fourth victory. He relieved "Black Hawk" Tedesco who had been shelled from the hill by the Purcell hitters in the second inning. Purcell Jumped into a big lead, scoring one run in the first inning and six more in the second frame. It looked like Purcell's first triumph, but the heavy hitters of Solways would not be denied. Hess helped the heavy-slugging Solways by poling out a homer in the third inning for his mates' Initial run. This started the scoring, for in the fourth the Solways came back with four more runs. In the fifth, Solways banged out six more runs and climaxed their barrage by registering eight runs in the sixth frame. Hobo Milazzo provided the hitting feature for Purcell, socking a home run for his second consecutive week. The ball landed on the infield of No. 5 diamond. Becker Clothes and Evanston remained in a tie for second position, Beckers turning back Wagner Electrics, 9 to 5, and Evanston halting French-Bauer, 6 to 3. Art Slegel, curve ball hurler of the Beckers, allowed the Wagners 11 hits, but kept them well scattered and was helped out of tight pinches by three snappy double plays by his teammates. Howard Miller, Btocky second baseman of the Beckers, was the fielding hero of the contest. He accepted 13 chances without a wobble, and poled out two doubles to aid his team's offensive. A hustling Evanston team, which scored six runs on seven hits, was successful in turning back French-Bauers. The Evanston team fielded in faultless fashion, while the Bauer defense faltered six times. BK( KKR CLOTHES 9, WAGNER EL., S. BECKER. WAGNF.R. AB.H.PO.A AB.H.PO.A Samuels. ss S 1 0 5 Martin, 2b 4 2 13 Miuer.ZD 0 2 4 9 Morris.ss 4 Lang.rf 4 14 0 Bn il.lb 4 Brown. cf 4 0 2 0iEdwards.3b 4 Boone. if 3 0 10 Speckcr.cf 4 12 0 3 18 0 2 11 3 0 stockej.ir 2 0 10 Quat'm'r.lf BiedVn.lh 4 2 14 OiVcrmTn.rf 1 0 1 0 2 1 KoRge.c 2 11 OMead.c Slesrel.D 2 0 0 OiWyatt.p 5 4 0 ljBlschoff.p itVetter 0 2 0 0 0 0 rape, 3b Totals m ii n iai I Totals 36 11 27 13 tBatted for Vermillion. Innings... 1 Becker 0 Warner El. . 0 2 3 1 3 2 0 4 K 1 4 0 . 0 9 0 0 B 2 0 Two-Base Hits Samuels, Tape. Miller 2, Speclter 2, Bohl, Martin, Home Run Bie-donhorn. Double Plavs Miller to Blcden- horn, 2: Sairuel to Miller to Bledenhorn; Morris to Martin to Bohl; Martin to Morris to Bohl. Bases on Balls Off Wyatt, 1: off Bischoff, 4. Struck Out By Siegel. 1; by Wyatt. 1; by Bischoff. 1. Wild Pitch Bischoff. Left on Bases Beckers, 6; Wagner, 3. Umpires Hauck and Baum. Scorer Bauer. FRENCH -BAUER EVANSTON. AB.H.PO.A. AB.H.PO.A. Cahall, rf .5 1 1 I) Baetz,2b 3 0 3 4 Klasm'r,2b 6 2 2 4 Horton.lf 3 2 0 0 Davld'n.lf 3 2 2 0 Welage.cf 4 16 0 Glvens.cf 3 0 10 Wattcr'n.rf 4 10 0 Sands, lb 4 1 12 0 Costa.ss 3 0 4 3 Maifeld.ss 3 0 12 Dolf.lb 4 16 0 Hodapp,3b 2 0 0 -IjShraff.ss 2 0 11 Beebe. c 3 14 liWIIlen.c 4 18 0 Gatto.p 2 0 0 0 Togn'chi.p 10 0 1 Hogue.p 0 0 0 1 Davinp't.p 3 10 1 Gable, p 1110! tShepman 110 0! Totals 31 7 27 11 Totals 32 824 12. TBaltcd for Hodapp. Innings ...1 23458789 F.-Bauer ,...0 0000201 03 Evanston ...0 1100130 x 6 Three-Base Hits Davidson, Welaga. Double Plays Baets to Dolf, Costa, to Baeti to Dolf. Base On Balls Off Gatti 3, off Tognocchl 1, off Davinport 2. Struck Out By Gatto 4, by Tognocchl 6, hy -Davinport 1. Hit By Pitcher Gatto (Maifeld). Passed Ball Beebe 2. Left On Bases French-Bauer 7, Evanston 7. llm-plres Clendening and Bsuer. Scorer Kunkemoeller. Time Of Game 2:05. PURCELL. SOLWAY. AB.H.PO.A! AB.H.PO.A Edm'1e,2b 4 11 2IHartman,2b 6 3 3 4 Lupo.c 4 1 S 2ICurran,s 5 12 6 Bova.3b 4 11 's Halhauer.lf 6 3 3 0 Milazzo.ir 4 12 O She'tzley.cf 6 3 3 0 Popania.rf 5 3 3 1 Born.rf 5 3 0 1 Schaum.lb 2 19 1 Bleden'n.lb 6 4 10 0 Braurh.cf 5 0 0 0'orant,3b 6 2 0 1 Delotell.ss 2 11 2 ShaW.c 6 0 6 Heitenb'l.p 2 10 01 Tedesco.p 0 0 0 1 Gara.p 10 1 OlHess.p 5 2 0 0 J.Mo'tesl.p 10011 . . Ra1lgan.es 1 1 0 1 Totals 50 12 27 15 G.M'tesl,3b 10 11' 36 11 27 in' Totals Innings... 123466T89 Solway Fur. 00146801 0 1 Purcell 16000000 07 Two-Base Hits Bledenhorn, Halbauer, Grant. Home Runs Milazzo, Hess, Double Plays Papanla to Delotell; Curran to Hartman to Bledenhorn. Bases on Balls-Off Hess, 5; off Heltenbetel, 2; off Gara, 1; off Montesl, 1. Wild Pitch Heltenbetel. Umpires Huber and Samford. Scorer-Dover. A. MARTYRS. I a. p. o. h. AB.H.PO.A! AB.H.PO.A Zlmov 3 12 3IHerman 4 0 2 2 Weingart 4 3 1 0 Micheal 4 2 11 Selsslger 4 3 2 "Fox 4 0 7 0 Gergen 4 12 2 Ornella 3 12 0 Klug 4 0 1 l'Rartal 3 0 2 0 Schmadel 3 2 2 0 Brooks 3 2 2 2 Grimm 3 11 0'Red H. 3 0 10 Brackman 3 0 6 OJLee 3 2 2 0 Weise 0 0 0 OlMack 3 12 0 Borntrager 3 0 2 0! Runk 0 0 2 0! Totals 30 821 5 Totals 31 11 21 6l Innings 1 2 3 4 6 6 1 A. Martyr 1 0 3 0 0 5 09 G. P. O. H 3 0 0 0 0 0 08 Two-Base Hits Weingart, Selsslgpr, Home Runs Weingart, Selsslger, Ornella, Schmadel. Stolen Bases JSimov 3. Bases on Balls Off Ornella, 4: off Weise, it; off Borntrager, 7. Hit Batters By Ornella (Zimov. Brackman 1. Struck Out By Borntrager. 8; by Ornella, 8. Umpire BUI Hunter. Patterson. Bases on Balls Off Mohan, 1. Hit bv Pitcher Bv Cnffev. Ullom. Struck Out Bv Mohan, 9; by Coffey, 3. Umpire Bill Huntsr,

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