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By Edldie Ash
Baseball I- Still the National Sport m m m Crowd* of 60.000 and 50,000 Turn Out wiiat happonen in the m*r leagues Sunday, the baseball pessimists will take a vacation and leave the field to the optimists. One crowd, at Cleveland, reached 00,- 000; at New York 50.000 turned out, there were 40,000 at Boston, .30. Win at Detroit. 20.000 at Chicago and 14.000 at Brooklyn. Same <>ld national pastime, (live the fans a show and they will respond. Even with a sleeping sickness epi demic raging ami two trailing clubs meeting. 4,000 were on hand in St. Louis. Baseball interest refuses to die and the grave diggers are out of jobs insofar as the diamond sport is concerned. Some cities in the minors have been hard hit by a shortage of customers, but in most cases where attendance has slipped it also will be found the teams are short of talent and gate attract ions. a a a a a a iirtTH one nv ie victory the Columbu- Red Birds will have clinched V t the / the post season p* nn;i: • pi <. oft -if seven games with Minneapolis, poten tial winner of the western group of teams The Birds supported bv the St I .oil):- Cardinal.-, made a i ii.av.-tv race of tin regular schedule of 154 games and were .. uiing the second plate MiiUrs todav by 13 games. Columbus' next action will be it. its home park, against Louisville. 1 pes eta y night. Indianapolis wares* eastern division club to the Biads. is trailing Rav Blade- team bv 18 games. Tin Birds slaughtered Minne apolis Sunday, but dropped the short scries, two games to one. a a a aaa PUTTING into action a mean' pen, Bill Sheehan of the Indianapolis east side Sheehans comes to bat with an all-big league team that he thinks will match or over-match Babe Ruth's mythical lineup that the Babe will release for publication early in September. Sheehan thinks many fans are overlooking Tommy Bridges of Detroit and Rick Ferrell of the Red Sox Here's hi roster Hubbell and Bridges, p; R Ferrell, c; Foxx. lb Pitt 2b Whitney 3b; Cronin, ss; Manush. If; Berger, cf; Klein, rs. Joe Cronin is designated as captain. aaa aaa Is* RANKIE FRISCH is the choice for second base on an all-big league * lm* up jer-.-ived bv The Tillies from Emory Bryan Jr .of 502 Carlyle Place Emory also names R,i k Ferrell as Ins catchei. He lines 'em up m batting order as follow Dykes, 3b; Cronin, ss; Klein, rs; Simmons, If. BergFr, cf. Foxx. lb; Frisch. 2o: R Ferrell, c; Hubbell and Grove, p Robert Krueger. 2249'North Illinois street, names two Braves and two Phillies m his selections, Berger. Cantwell, Klein and Virgil Davis. Kru ger's team, in batting order Gehringer, 2b; Berger, cf: Simmons. If: Klein, rs; Foxx lb. Cronin, s S ; V Davis, c: Dykes, 3b; Hubbell and Cant well. p. a a a a e a IN 1932. when the New York Giants were going nowhere, the club direc tors tried to buy Frankie Fri.sch from the St. Louis Cardinals to make him manager to succeed John McGraw St Louis declined the deal Thereupon the Giants chiefs appointed Bill Terry Now Second Choice Bill is six games in front with a good chanre of bringing his club home as champion Proving that club owners can tgo wrong sometimes even when they trv. aaa oaa r T'MIF defeat of the cast bv the swashbuckling west at pony polo com -1 pares m a measure with the manner in which golf and tennis finally reached the melting pot Tho hoys living below the railroad track " took the “exclnsivem ss ’ out of th<- links and net sports years ago. Pony polo was- the last stand of the "society athletes." my word, old top. and 'he average man now knows what it's all about. Boy. fetch my trumpet a a a aaa fT'HAT tennis default by Helen Wills Moody to Helen Jacobs m the I national tennis till- tennis match Saturday would be described in prize fight parlance as a technical knockout. Ellsworth Vines collapsed at Pans in Dans nip action when his legs gave out. and Mrs Moody's underpinning folded at Fore-t Hills. And they're so young, too. How about a little road work, boys and girls? Mrs. Moody's Default in Tennis mi Finals Stirs Bitter Controversy BY I\< K runny I'nitrrt l'rr?x M.'fT Cnrrr*nondnl NEW YORK. Ail?. 28 Helen Wills Moody's default to Helen Jacobs in the final of iho national women's tennis tournament split the sports world today Mrs Moody returned under care of .1 nurse to her Cali fornia home and Miss Jacobs left for a vacation at Marblehead, Mass The controversy dwarfed the stunning fact that "Queen Helen, supreme in women's tennis since 1826. had been beaten at last. Mrs. Moody was seeking to tie Mrs. Molla R Mallory'? all-time ♦ SI andings and Results ♦ oil 1:11 \\ \SSO< I \TUIN V I iv- ' W I Cel Columbus ... trt IV, to . ss I* Mm :1 82 -i - .ilc 1 1 .4 ifib IN DPI R 7? V' l Milw :\ ki'i' URO 433 g, 1 p.5,,,1 70 7' 107 K.r Cltv. 54 8S .3*9 %M 4 till \N 11 \. K W I IV t 'V t P Wash St 42 ftau Detroit.... *- 'jJ •■}*# Now Y-rk 7 2 40 -OS Clu. :ieo . ? 9 6* 4.. Cleveland. 66 02 .is Boston . .'3 .2 424 rtul;’. SO 62 I**7 St. Louis . 46 81 .36. \ 4TION 41, I I \GI E w t Prt W i Pet New* York 71 4. M2' Pitts ... S3 529 Breton SR '-4 S'.7 rhila . sn rr 4.4 Chic*BO S7 -8 IS Brooklvn 5q C 8 424 Bt ’ Lou! ss S7 -.33 Cincinnati 47 77 3.3 Gaines Today 4NIRU 4\ l^soriUlON Indinnapeii? Toledo mighti. Mr .- at MV. sukee. lOniv came? Mhrduied \mihic4v it \<a r New YOT* •>; IN'OU* Wu'shmcon at* ’ Cleveland (postponed; non-. Philadelphia at Chirac* \\ i ion \i 11 \(t r PitUburgh a* Philadelphia (two game? Cincinnati n - Heston Chleare at Brooklvn St L< :? at Nv\ \ ork Results Yesterday \\|| Rli 4V \>.sO I\TtON <Pirst Game> Lnui'vtUe 000 200 00 0 2 9 1 Kansas Cit 4 <*M 001 000 ! 310 2 We inert and Frickson; Shores ar.d Gas ton Second (.ante. Louts'.il> at Kansas Cm postponed: ram Co'uiliSils 420 100 220 17 22 3 Mmneapc 100 000 040 S 9 0 He.se ar.d Delancev. Hotsc.au. Hl.cher and Glenn Toledo at St Paul, both comes post poned rain. t)U Kll 4N 1 I 4(il E F'tst G me Washington 3 ' <*'4 o;o 14 13 0 Cleveland 000 100 1 9 9 Whitehill .. Sewc. Harder Hudlin. Bean inn Sr i'.vr Second Game* Washing-on . 000 020 100 3 9 1 Cleveland o*'* COO o*\ 6 12 0 Crcwder Me C'ol K Chapman and Sew ei: c Br n a:t.l Pvtla., F:r- Game. Philadelphia 000 100 oil 3 8 1 Chicago Opo 030 02\ 5 9 0 Wait-erg and Cochrane Hevlng and Berra Philadelphia *'?•' 000 oos p 12 4 Chicago 200 051 001 Q !t 2 Grove. Coombs Peterson and Cochran-'. M.vd’eskl; Gaston Was Falser and Grube. .P.r-t 4 .ante- New York o'.o o< o 002 3 4 0 Delrott 000 100 p-rt 4 10 0 Comer Pei::.. .-t \V M vrr ar.d Dickev Bridges and H••• •• - ! P - Second Garnet New York 143 .2 - 020 12 22 2 Detroit 100 000 001 2 8 2 Ruffin and D ke' K . her Frazier. Anker and H p -BTUMPII SHOOT VICTOR -g f targets. Tommy stumph won top honors at India: . x*hs Gun Clu* Sunday. C Free and Collins tied for second with forty-six each. record of eight national titles by beating Miss Jacobs, who won the title last year when she did not compete. Each had won a set In ,he third and deciding set. "Queen Helen" was losing. 0-3, when she walked off the court, defaulting. One large group of sports follow ers insisted Mrs. Moody should have played through the final set. even at the risk of fainting from the numbness and pain caused by a previous spine injury. Mrs. Moody was accused of being particularly unfair to Miss Jacobs by "quitting cold" and depriving her i First Game i Boston 004 Of.o 201— 7 17 t St Louis O’.O oil 101 5 12 1 Kline. Welch and H Ferrell Hadley Heber - and Heir,sir .Second Gamei Boston 001. 021 000 3 11 0 St Louis 000 210 llx 5 9 0 Fullerton and Gooeh, H. F'errcll. Knott. Hebert. Stiles and Shea N ATION 41 I I 41.1 F (Fust Garnet S' Louis . 200 200 021 - 7 12 1 New York 000 010 000- 1 8 S Dean and Wilson. Schumacher. Spencer and Maneuso Second Game Eight Innings Darkness. S Louts 010 non 04 5 9 1 New York . too mo 02 5 11 1 Vance. Johnson and O Farrell: Bell, Fitz simmon and Manruso •First Garnet Cincinnati .. 000 000 000 0 4 0 Best an . 000 081 OCx— 7 11 0 Derringer. Frey and Lombard!: Zacharv and Spohrer. 1 Second Game* Cincinnati .. 002 020 100 518 1 Boston 001 020 000 3 13 0 Benton. Si Johnson and Lombardi. Frankhotise. B Smith and Hogan. (First Game. Chicago . *Ol 000 OCO - 2 8 0 iv eon 000 000 0 2 Bti.-h and Hartnett Mungo and Lope;-. Second Game Chicago 000 100 001 2 8 1 Brook.vr. 030 010 IPx 5 12 0 Tinning Hermann and Campbell. Benge and Outen. Pittsburgh and Philadelphia not scheduled Bowling Meetings Optical B-vGing League will meet Ttifß da\ Aug 24. 7 30 p rr in the oßtcrs of the P.vratr, unt Oi ’.c.t! Company. 33 Monumen' circle, third floor Optical League office - manager*, captains and howler- arc :uv: c-i to ntte..d. A Tull house meeting is desired. S' Catherine Bow:.tig League will meet Thursday night.' Auc 31 at 8 15 p m, at the church hall It will be an organi ■ ton meeting and ha- been called bv Frank Wucnsch. secretatv. Fraternal Bowling League w :11 hold a meeting tonight at Illinois alleys at 8 p m to organt7" for the coming season Air team interested is requested to at tend. The Ladies Tiiesdnv nigh* Bowling League will meet Tuesday a; 6 p m. at Prifihe't- .i.iovs All members are re quested to a. tend SWALLOW TAKES SWIM Joe Swallow, local swimming star, won the Indiana-Kentucky A A. U. one-mile river swim at Westlake beach Sunday, making the distance in 23 :27. Albert Rust. Indianapolis, and Curtis Curry, Indiana university, finished second and third, respec tively. plan softrai.i. finals Plans for the semi-final and final games of lie city softball tournev will be made at a meeting tonight at 8 p m. at 911 Majestic butidinc Managers of the Bright wood A C Chevte Cubs. Riverside Olympics and Granada theater teams notice. Additional Sport Page 12 Indianapolis Times Sports Pitchers Win for Giants? Yes, But Don t Overlook These Hitters Entirely Johnnv Verge* QENPATIONAI. pi'ching and airtight infield play largely are responsible for the unexpected showing of New York's pennant-bound Giants But don't forget the hitters entirely. Braves Split \\ ith Reels, Trail Leading Giants by Six Games H't 1 nil• </ Prc* NEW YORK. Aug. 28.—Moving slowly toward the National League top. the Boston Braves today were six games behind >he leading New York Giants, having reduced the Giants' lead half a game Sunday bv splitting a double-header with Cin cinnati. while New York lost to and tied with St. Louis. Boston won the opener. 7 to 0. but Cincinnati took the nightcap. 5 to 3. snapping the Braves' winning streak at eight straight. It was the fourth game the Bostonians lost in twenty-two starts. Old Tom Zach ary limited the Rods to four hits in the opener. In the second contest, the Reds hammered Frankhouse and Smith for sixten hits while Benton and Si Johnson checked the Braves. St. Louis downed the Giants 7 to 1 in the first game. Dizzy Dean held the Terrymen to six hits for his eighteenth win. While the Giants made five errors, the Cards made twelve hits including George Watkins' homer in the first. The second game was called at the end of the chance of winning an out and-out. rather than a hollow de fault victory. Mrs. Moody was able to walk off the court, these critics pointed out. Miss Jacobs probably needed a doc tor worse than did Mrs. Moody. She used restoratives repeatedly during the match. Tit ere has been bad feeling be tween the two Berkeley iCa!.) Helens since both came into na tional prominence. A smaller group of admirers ral lied to Mrs. Moody's defense. These included not only some of the ten nis writers, but officials of the Ten nis Association and Miss Jacobs herself. Miss Jacobs said: "If Helen felt that her physical condition justified her withdrawal, then we should feel that way. too. She alone knew her condition." Invite Pro Grid Players J First call for candidate for the Indianapolis Indians, local profes sional football club, was issued to dly by Joe Dicnhart. coach. All former collegiate gridders who have won varsity letters are invited to attend a meeting at the Antlers Tuesday at a p. m. Candidates al ready contacted by Dicnhart also will attend. Directors of the new pro eleven will discuss business problems, schedule and plans for the season at the meeting South Bend Team Softball Winner Rll r llitfl Fee., SHELBYVILLE. Ind . Aug 28 The Indiana and Michigan Electric shop team. South Bend, held the state softball championship today, having defeated the Karlin team of South Bend. 8 to 1. in the final game of the first annual tourna ment here Sunday. Whitman. Brazil pitcher, was awarded the H. W. Middlesworth sportsmanship medal. TAKE DOUBLES TITLE Gene Demmary and Ralph Braf ford won the Willard park tennis doubles title Sunday, beating Harold Justus and Frank Dale 6-2. 6-3. 6-2. Mao Smith Cops \\ estern Crown; Paulson Is Fourth Bn T m,- >psrinl CHICAGO, Aue 28—Twenty-one years after he first won the western open golf champion two miles from the scene of the 1933 campaign. MacDonald Smith, 43-year-old Scotch, clubmaker from Nashville. Tcnn.. today held the title again with 282 strokes, even par for 72 holes. It was Smith's third western crown. He won at Idlewild here in 1912. repeating in 1925 at Youngs town. O His 71-72 Sunday gave him first prize of SSOO. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1933 Lefty O'Dnul of the eighth because of darkness with the score tied at 5-all. Pitch er Fred Fitzsimmons’ homer in the eighth after two were out tying the count. It will be replayed at the Polo Grounds in a double-header Tuesday. The victory enabled the Cards to replace idle Pittsburgh at fourth position. Brooklyn rose into sixth-place tie with the idle Phillies by splitting with Chicago. The Cubs blanked the Dodgers. 2 to 0. behind Guy Bush's two-hit pitching. Brooklyn took the second game. 5 to 2. after a twelve hit onslaught on Tinning and Herr mann. Washington maintained an eight game American League lead over New York by dividing two games with Cleveland. The Senators won 14 to 1 when theii thirteen-hit at tack was aided by nine Cleveland errors, the season's American League record. Earl Whitehill registered his eighteenth victory. The Indians took the nightcap. 6 to 3, clicking ofl all six runs in the third. New York and Detroit also split. 1 the Tigers winning the first. 4 to 3, behind Tommy Bridges' four-hit pitching. The Yanks took the sec ond. 12 to 2. pounding Fischer. Fra zier and Auker for twenty-two hits. Chicago gained on Detroit by beating Philadelphia twice. 5 to 3. after making nine hits off Rube Walberg in the first. Mickey Coch rane made two Athletic homers. The Chisox won the nightcap, 9 to B.i A1 Simmons’ ninth-inning single! drove in the winning run. Boston and St. Louis split, the Red Sox taking the first. 7 to 5. but Elizabeth Dunn Tees Off in \\ omen’s National Golf Play Rv T'nitrri Rrmn HIGHLAND PARK. 111.. Aug. 28. —The finest field of feminine golfers to compete in one tournament teed of! at Exmoor country club course today in the women’s national opm championship. The 115 entrants play an eighteen hole medal round today. The thirty-six low qualifiers begin an eighteen-hole match play Tuesday to continue through next Saturday, when the thirty-six-hole final is held. Virginia Van Wie, Chicago, shot Major Leaders LEADING BATTERS G AB R H Pet Klein. Phnlies ... 118 47 1 8n 179 378 Foxx. Athlritej 120 484 100 188 358 Davis Philliex 109 384 40 132 .344 Simmon? White Sx 126 532 78 182 342 Terrv Giant? 91 351 54 119 .339 HOME RONS Foxx. Athletics . 38 Klein. Phillies 24 Ruth. Yankee? . 28 Gehrig. Yankees. 22 Berger Brave? 24 LOCAL NEGRO CLUB TAKES DOUBLE BILL Cole’s American Giants, local Ne gro league club, was scheduled to face the Pittsburgh Crawfords at Perry stadium again today after winning a double-header Sunday. A five-run lead in thp first in ning gave the locals the first tilt, 9 to 8. and Powell blanked the in vaders for seven innings in the nightcap to win. 4 to 0. STOREHOUSE BOYS WIN Scoring a best ball 69 against their opponents’ 70. Russel.' and Ralph Stonehouse, local profession als. defeated Max and Clavton Schultz. 2 up, at Sarah Shank course Sunday. Russell Stonehouse was low with a 71. while Clayton Schultz had a 72. Ralph Stonehouse a, 74 and’Max Schultz a 75. Tommy Armour veteran Scot, fin ished second with 288. his third round of 68. two under par. enab ling him to nose out Abe Espinosa of Chicago by one stroke. Guy ißed' Paulsen of Ft. Wayne. Ind.. same forth with 292. followed by Ralph Guldahl. St Louis, who had 293. and Frank Walsh of Chi cago. 294 Olher Hoosier* wound up as follows 8..1 Heinleir.. Ir.d:ar.apoii.< 305. Miller Noblesvllle. 307 Walt Murrav Michigan City. 309 Marion Smith Cta fordst ;i> 308 Bill Tinder Andersen. 313 and John Watson South Bend. 305, I Manager Bill Terry, playing bang-up baseball both in the field and ' at bat. is the only .300 hitter shown above, but the rest of the group has 1 been connecting timely and the Giants waste few blows. dropping the second. 5 to 3. Joe Judge made three doubles and a single to lead the Sox seventeen-hit attack in the first. In the second. Sam West's triple brought in Jack Knott with the winning run in the seventh. Arena Mat Show Off The heavyweight wrestling show carded for tonight at Sports arena was called off early this afternoon by Lloyd Carter. Hercules A. C. matchmker, due to rain and cold Joe Steelier and Irish Pat O'Shocker were to have met in the top event. Th" entire card has been can celled. Carter said. Futipe Hercu les shows probably will be held in doors, it was indicated. NET TOURNEY STARTS With several outstanding pastimers in the field, play opened loday in the Brookside tennis tourney. Men's singles matches were carded today. Vincent Maunier, Gene Denim? rv. Bud Danke. Hank Campbell and Ralph Brafford topped the field. C. M. B. SETTERS WIN Christian Men Builders' tennis team defeated Woodruff Place Bap tist Saturday at Ellenberger pork, 4 to 3. a sensational 73 in one of her last practice rounds. She clipped six strokes off women's par of 79 and came within one stroke of mens par. Helen Hicks. Inwood, N. Y., 1931 champion, breezed around in 75. A dozen others have shot under par in farming up. The two foreign entrants ure Miss Ada Mackensie. Canadian cham pion. and Enid Wilson, who won the British title three successive years. Other outstanding entrants in clude Maureen Orcutt, who has won virtually every important title ex cept the American and British champions: Mrs. Opal S. Hill, three time winner of the women's western open: Beatrice Gottlieb. Lucille Robinson, 1933 winner of the west ern open, Leona Cheney, open finalist in 1930; Aniela Gorczyca, southern champion; Mary K Browne, tennis star and open final ist in 1924: June Beebe. Chicago star, and Elizabeth Dunn. Indiana champion. Miss Dunn. Indianapolis star. apr>eared in her game in Sun days practice round. Lee Meets Hook Again on Arena Ring Card Thursday Pete 'Pat> Leno. Louisville, and Leroy Gibson. Terre Haute light weight. have been signed to meet in the top six-rounder of Thursday night's fight card at the Sports Arena, it was announced today by Promoter Bill Miller of the Pontiac A. C. These two pugs clashed in a thriller at trie Armory las., spring. Paul i Tennessee i Lee and Henry Hook, local feather rivals, are to battle again in the ten-round semi windup. 'Lee and Kook met in a i sizzling eight-round battle at Perry stadium some weeks ago. and the scrap was voted one of the fastest of the season. After the slugging was over, there were countless argu ments over the winner. Miller be- CUBS OBTAIN CATCHER Bp Tim ft Sprrinl ALBANY, N Y . Aug 28 —Gordon • Babe' Phelps. Albany Internation al League catcher, will join the Chi cago Cubs at the end of the I L season. He was purchased by the Bruins Sunday. Albany receiving clear title to Harry Taylor. Bruin first base man who has been with the team no notion, and $5 000 in cash. If Phelps is retained by the Cubs aft er June 15. 1934. Albany will re ceive $5,000 more. SOUTH GROVE TRIUMPH Led by George Peterson with a 72. Ken Hoy with 77 and Jack Craw ford with 79 South Grove Golf team de feated Noblesville Sunday at Nobles ville. 24 to 21. Jim Stevenson lad , the losers with 74. Bill Terry Like Old Times 50.000 Fans Toss Bot tles at Umpire McGrew in New York. 'll/ T'nitrtl Prci.it NEW YORK. Aug 28—The largest National League crowd of the season. 50.000 fans, enjoyed an old-fashioned after noon of turmoil at the Polo Grounds Sunday. Pop bottles flew and a squad of police scur ried about the field, protecting umpires. The St. louis Cardinals beat the Giants, 7 to 1. in the first game of a double-header. In the eighth inning of the second game. Umpires Dolly Stark and Ted McGrew made three successive decisions, which, in the opinion of the Giants and fans, let the Cards make four runs and take a one run lead. Manager and first baseman Bill Terry of the Giants rushed at McGrew* and grabbed him by the coat lapels. His teammates dragged him away. McGrew called Frisch out at first and then called him safe. A bitter dispute followed. Finally Mel Ott and Coach Tom Clarke of the Giants were banished, but Terry was al lowed to play. Meanwhile the fans howled and showered bottles. Lott , Stoefen to Get Real Test Rll T'nilnf Fleet CHESTNUT HILL. Mass.. Aug 23. —George Lott of Chicago and Lester Stoefen of Las Angeles faced strong opposition today from the hitherto underrated Australian combination of Doyn Turnbull and Adrian Quist in semi-finals of the national men's doubles championship The tandem from "down under" scored an upset Saturday bv elim inating the veteran combination of John Van Rvn and Wilmer Allison. Ellsworth Vines and Keith Gied hill. defending champions, were ex pected to have less difficulty with Frankie Parker and Frank Shields. Cavanaugh Is Near Death Bff T'nitnl Frr. MARSHFIELD. Mass.. Aug. 28. Doctors attending Major Frank W. Cavanaugh, veteran retired football coach, reported shortly before 3 a. m today that he was expected to live "only a few more hours.” Cavanaugh, who is 57 years old. suffered a relapse Sunday while ap parently convalescing from an oper ation for strangulated hernia, which he underwent at a Cohasset hospital July 23. lieves a decisive result will be reached over the longer route. Eddie ‘Kidi Speaks is working out at a local gymnasium, and looks to be in fine shape. Johnny Dalto, his rival in the ten-round main event, is expected in town Tuesday, accompanied by his manager. Jack Laken. Seats are on sale at the Claypool drug store. Shafer and Frame Victors at Elgin Bn T in- Bprrinl ELGIN. 11l Auc 28 Phil Shafer. Indianapolis, and Fred Frame, Los Angeles, veteran auto stars, carried off top honors in the revival of the Elgin road races here Satur day. Shafer averaged 88 34 miles an hour over the 203 miles of concrete and gravel to nose out Frame. 1932 Indianapolis 500 winner, in the main event. It was a thrilling finish, with Maurie Rose of Dayton, third. Frame won the 203-mile stock car event in the morning, averaging 80 22 miles an hour. AVALON GOLFERS LOSE Ttn Tim 1 1 .tprrint BLOOMINGTON Ind . Aug 28 Bloomington Country Club golf team defeated * valon Country Club of Indianapolis here Sunday. 42 to 18 Wally Nelson, local pro. de feated Roy Smith of Avalon, 6 up. m a special match. Takes Heller’s Place HOWDIE O'DELL, the ambitious young man you see here, has a pair of very big shoes to fill this year. After two years of bench warming the lowa youth is being croomed to fill the place of Warren Holler. Pittsburgh's all-America back last year. PAGE 10 Mel Ott The comeback of Johnny Vergez to his 1931 form, the uphill battle being waged by Lefty ODoul, thp consistency of Mcl Ott and the sen sational play around shortstop by Blondy Ryan ail have figured in the rise of the Giants. Indians Sweep Brewer Tills by Pounding Ball /?/ Timrm Special MILWAUKEE. Aug 28.—Well, the Indians of Red Killefer have quit pushing thp Brewers around for this season, the reason being the clubs are through playing each other. In twenty-two games that went to a decision between the pair the Hoosiers won sixteen. The “feudists" actuahy played twenty-four games owing to the fact they went to a draw" twice. The Tribesmen scored a grand slam in the series that closed with a double-header at Borchert field Sunday. Four tilts were staged and the Indians swept them all. winding up their stay in the Cream City bv taking both ends of the Sabbath twin bill. 7 to 6. and 9 to 2. ten innings. The Killeferitos put on a wild rally in the tenth stanza of the second battle and tallied seven times. Tribe Wins Two More AH R H O A E Lavne. If 5 1 2 2 0 n Lie x.x 5 1 0 1 3 1 Chapman rt .4 3 2 1 o 0 Sigafon?. 2h . .. 4 2 1 3 7 0 Wincn.fi lb 5 0 4 12 0 n Coone v. cf 4 n o 3 0 n Berime. 3b 5 0 10 3 0 Riddle, r 3 0 1 5 0 1 Turner, p .... 4 0 2 o l 0 Totals 39 7 13 27 14 2 MILWAUKEE AH R H O A E Kuhek. rs 4 1 33 0 0 Marquardt. 2b . 4 115 3 0 Koehler. 3b .. .4 0 0 1 3 1 Stanton, lb 4 1 1 in o o Kloza. rs .421100 Christensen. If .3 1 1 0 0 1 Younc. c 4 0 n 5 t 1 Connolly, ss 4 0 1 2 5 0 Braxton, p ... 0 0 n ,0 0 0 Hillin p 3 0 0 0 1 n Bengough 1 0 0 o o 0 Totals 35 ft 3 27 13 3 Benßotißh battde for Htllin In ninth. Indianapolis 320 200 000- 7 Milwaukee 000 000 :m 8 Runs batted in Chapman <2.. Winttard •4 >. Conncliv. Kloza i3>. Christensen Two-base hit Sicafoos Three-base hits Lavne Chapman Wincarri, Kloza Double plays Marouardt to Connolly to Star.ton. Sieafoos to Winaard. Left on bases—ln dianapolis. 3. Milwaukee. 4 Base on balls —OR Braxton. 1: oR Hillin. 2 oR Turner 2 Struck out—By Turner. 3 by Hillin. 5. Hits—Oß Braxton 3 m 1 inning. oR Hiliin. 10 in 8 inning" Hit bv pitcher Bv Brax ton .Coonrt • Losing pitcher Braxton Umpires—Clayton and Dunn. Time —1 45 (Second Carnet INDIANAPOLIS AB R H O A E Lavne If ...6 l 3 I 0 0 Lee. ss 822231 Chapman, rs 8 O 2 2 0 0 Sisafoos 2b 813130 Wirzarri. lb 5 2 2 8 1 0 Cotfaei .el fi i 3 2 o o Bodore 3b 402400 Angler e 4 l l in 2 o Bolen and 5 1 2 o l o Totals 48 9 20 30 11) 1 MILWAUKEE AB II II O A E Rubek. rs 5 o 2 3 0 Marouardt 2b 5 1 2 2 2 0 Koehler 3b 5 0 2 1 3 0 Stanton lb 5 0 0 8 Kloza rs ... . 4 0 0 3 1 0 Connolly ss 3 n i l 2 o Christensen, if .... 4 1 0 5 o 1 Bcngough. C 4 0 1 8 0 0 Coffman, n 4 0 1 1 0 n Pollt. p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 39 2 9 30 9 1 Indianapolis 000 on? 000 7 9 Milwaukee ooi noi 000 o 2 Runs batted in—Coßman. Connollv. Win card Cooney -2 . E"der*. Angler Lavne. lye (3. Two-base hits Lavne Ko-hler. Marouardt Three. hit Wingurd Home run Lee Sacrifice Wingard. Left on has"* Indianapolis 12 Milwaukee 9 Base on balls Off Coffman 2 off 801-m 2 Struck out Bv Coffman 4 m Bolen 10 Hds Off Coßman 18 in 9 1-3 innings: o Poll; 4 m 2-3 inning Wild pitch Bolen losir.c m’rher Coffman Umpires —Dunn and Clavton Time 2 15. SATURDAY GAME Indianapolis 300 loi 200 713 2 Milwaukee 000 noq 200 2 7 2 Dazha and Angies Pressnell, Hillin and Young Losing p:'chr Pressnell. Home runs Anglev Wingard. Tribe Regulars at Bat AB H Pet Sizafoo? if 5*4 ??9 371 Coonev. of 451 146 .324 Bedor? If .458 142 .31A Callaghan, of 324 10 .309 Chapman of 417 126 .392 Anefcv. c 285 85 298 Wingard if . 481 143 .297 RhkU 265 78 .294 Le. If ....... 443 125 .282 Larne, at 358 96 .268 Whiti If . 267 65 .244 HO, "80ADWAY TO HOUYWOOO* mi on t< It’s-* Ten to One Your Car Is Using Too Much Gasoline. Fre*' Carburetor Adjustment We Have the New Guaranteed Schebler Carburetor CARBURETOR AND IGNITION SERVICE P."B ELLIS. Mgr. 124 SOUTH CAPITOL AVF <First (omrl INDIANAPOLIS if! and =7,. mnmt I Rt I v 20 MONTHS TO PAY E WOLF SUSSMAN Inc. 239 W. WASH. ST. 1 Oppnnlfp Sll.hnn 11 —— Blondy Ryan Tho double victory stretched the Tribe winning streak to seven straight, for Hie Hoosicr pastimers also swept tiie three-game series at Kansas City before invading Mil waukee. The Saturday game here was annexed. 7 to 2. with Pete Daglia doing th>’ chucking for Chief Killefer Turner and Bolen oc cupied the Tribe mound in the Sab bath contests Play in Toledo Tonight The Indians departed for Toledo Sunday night and will reach the Hen city this afternoon and begin a four-game series with Steve O'Neill's team under the lights to night. Visits to Columbus and Louisville will follow before the In dians return home on Sept. 5 The Indians knocked Garland Braxton off the mound in the first, inning of the initial tilt Sunday. He is the ace of the Brewer staff. Wingard was the batting hero for the winners in that fracas, four hits being clicked off bv the lanky first sacker and one of his blows went for three bases. Lavne and Chapman also poled triples and Sigafcos a double. The Tribe hit total was thirteen Jim Turner weakened in the late innings, but emerged the winner by a narrow margin. Pile Up Twenty Hits In the nightcap tiie Hoosiers collected twenty hits, but were un able to get going right until the game had been pushed into over time pl&y. II was then the Killefer ites got together and blasted out seven runs in the tenth on ten hits. Successive blows by Sigafoos, Win gar and. Cooney, Bodore, Angley. Bolen and Layne and a home run by Dud ley Lee crushed th" Brewers Coff man and Polli were the victims of the Tribe's murderous assault in the extra round. All Indians smacked the ball to a safe spot one or more times in the closing game, with Lavne. Sigafoos and Cooney getting three hits eaci*. 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