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GIANTS WM 2; THEN LOSE 2 TO DODGERS
Chicago Takes First of
Series with B’klyn; Dodgers
Take Sunday Double
Powell Forced to Relieve
Brown in First Inning;
Giants Return Saturday
Brooklyn, N. Y., May 29—1
The Brooklyn Dodgers, by
taking both ends of a double
header Sunday, split even
with the Chicago American
Giants in their four-game se
ries.
The first game of the double
Irnder was a hard fought garni
with the Dodgi rs timing from
behind in the final two innings u
win out by the score of 0 to 5.
The Giants got off to an early
lead in the second inning with ini
run and came back in the Ultra
to core two mere, only to bavi .
Brooklyn tie the count in their
half will hree runs. This '..(in
cluded he scoring until the first
of the seventh, when the Giants
scored one run, taking the lead.
The Giants scored one more in
the eighth to make things appa.
ently safe, but the Dodgers tied
up the count with two runs in
their half of the ninth and com
ing back in the Iasi of the te"th
after holding the Giants in their
half, with the deciding run.
In the first inning of the first,
game, the Dodgers made sure of
a win with nine runs off the pitch
, of Brown, a recruit pitcher, and
I Powell, who relieved him. This
game was one of those free-for-r 11
hitting games, with the Dodgers
doing all the hitting and scor
ing, getting 14 runs and 17 hits,
against C hits and 4 luns for the
Giants.
The Giants will be home Satur
day for a long stay and should re
gain the ground they lost while
in the road
Score—.first game:
n n v
Chicago .... 012 000 110 0—5 8 2
Brooklyn .... 003 000 002 1—G 9 2
Batteries—Trent and Brown;
Jackman and Palm.
Second game score:
RUE
Chicago . 911 030 x—14 17 1
Brooklyn .... 102 010 0— 4 G 2
Batteries—Brown, Powell and
Brown; Reese, Jackman and Palm.
Funeral System
Defeats Hahns’
A. C.
The United Funeral System as
sociation’s softball team defeated
the strong Hahn’s A. C. team on
the latter's ground by the score
of G to 5 Sunday.
1 he Funeral System boys look
to have a very fast team and will
show their wares to the South
side in a few days.
Line-up and score:
United Funeral Hahn's A. C.’s
oymvm.
Person . If
Gibbons . lc
Hunter . 3b
Brown . p
Mopping . 2b
Slater . c
Ilummons .... ss
Graham . sc I
Jerry . lb
Hamilton . rf
Stein . If
lloan . 2b
filler . ss
Wolkoff . c
3etti . Sb
winters . ci
Lefty . lb
Menu . t"
teenice . rf
Lov . P
1C ..
U. F. S. A. 002 100 021—G 12
Hahn’s . 110 200 001—5 It
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Metcalf
To Meet
Owens
It may cost Metcalf something
to turn his back on Jesse OVfrens.
The Ohio sensation recalls an in
cident sometime ago when he met
Metcalf in Chicago and running
up to the idol of the cinder path,
proffered his hand to congratu
late the wizard of Marquette.
Owens, who was then a high
school lad was snubbed by the
great Metcalf, who turned his
back, the story goes.
A week from Friday the two
will meet in Milwaukee in a 100
yard feature attraction and
Owens declares that he will “run
Metcalf off the track.” Owens,
breaker of records, declares that
he will make good.
ntjrcia l. g,. A. A A. A. Ilia
The Ohio State star, after
breaking three world records and
tying another in the Wtestern con
ference meet lust Saturday at
Ann Arbor' Mich, was invited to
day by Harvard to take part in
the I. C. A. A A. A. meet at Ilar
vurd Saturday. It was the firsl
time an outsider hase ever been
invited to participate in the east
ern classic.
Owens turned down the invita
tion, however, after a conference
with Coach I.arry Snyder and
Athletic Director L. W. St. John.
“After last Saturday's per
formances,” Snyder said, “it may
sound paradoxical to say Jesse i
not in the best of shape. Put that
is the fact”
.'•Suffira From Buck Injury
Owens, the coach said, is still
suffering from an injured back,
incurred more than two weeks age
when he and a fraternity brothei
tumbled down a flight of stair?
while wrestling. He has been un
der a physician’s care ever since
and has been ordered to refrain
from all training until Friday.
“He is taking heat treatment:
for the injury,” Coach Snyder
said, “but rest will prove the big
healer and that’s what he’s going
to get.”
Lipscombe is
Track Head
At Hampton
Hampton institute, Ala., May
29—(ANP)—The Hampton Pir
ates last week unanimously re
elected Edward Teloure Lips
combe as track captain for 193G.
The slender C1AA mile champion
was born twenty-two years ago a
Asheville.
Seventeen men were awarded
letters, the largest number ever
o receive the varsity H at the
seaside instution. They are: Tam
in C. Antoine <f Philadalpma,
Wtm. II. Neal Cooper of Marion
Robert J. Byrd of Warsaw, N. C.,
Dpnmore of Philadelphia; Roberl
Station, Md,: Joseph C. A f)is
mond of Hampton, Va.; Albert
'. Grier cf Port Valley, Ga.;
Charles A. Hill, of Fort Valley,
la.: Pinkney Howell, of Fort
Valley, Ga.; Junius L. Jefferies
f West Point, Va.; Leon T. Ker
y, of Tulsa, Oklu.; Captain Fd
ward T. Lipscombe of Asheville,
V. C.: Sylvius S. Moore, of Cape
May, N. J; Leroy Paige of Phoe
ius, Va., James H. Penn. Jr., ol
Winston-Salem, N. C,; Llewellyn
M. Smith of Tulsa, Okla.; Gordon
L. Starks of Louisville, Ky., and
The mas H. Tucker of Sheibyville,
■<y.
Four men were awarded letters
:n tennis at Hampton. They are:
Captair.-elect Truehart E. Branch
of Philadelphia, William C. Nixon
of Baltimore, Francis A. Ramseur
of Winston-Salem, N. C., and L.
Andres Wheatley of St. Thomas,
Virgin Islands, B. W. I.
The last registration for vht
city-wide bridge tournament being
conducted by .he Metropolitan
News is Tuesday, June 4, at 5 p
m. Rigistcr now.
Metropolitan News
Not R wining Louis
Camera Special
In spite of numerous rumors
brought about by certain handbills
being printed with the name of
Metropolitan News on them in
iuch a way as to infer that we are
running a light special, this is not
.rue, as the Metropolitan News is
not running any special to New
Yoik City or is it interested finan
cially in any of the numerous
specials being run for thr |
occasion.
Seeks Bout
According to Matchmaker Jin
Muilen of the Stadium, John Hen
y Lewis, middleweight fighter
vill find a spot on one of his al
;tar cards.
“Y” BASKETBALLERS
HONORED
New York, May 29—(ANP) —
The Y. M. C. A. basketball team
which won high honors in the re
cent national tournament of Y
M. C. A.’s in Williamsport, Pa.
was honored Friday night at thi
first annual sports award dinnsi
held in the Little Theater of thi
:‘Y” building. Medals for winninf
die city championship were pre
■'anted each member of tile squac
of 11, beside certificates of meril
and additional emblems for win
ning second honors at Williams
port.
r ENTRY BLANK
The George L. Giles Post No. 87.
.4 merican Legion
. SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT -
n Cooperation With the Chicagc
Park District
Teams’
Name .....
Manager's
Name .
Address .
Sponsor ..
Telephone .
Show Class on this line
Clip and mail this entry blank
to softball chairman at American
Legion office, Room 325, 417 E
iTth street, Chicago. 1
Classifications
Juniors, boys 9 to 13 years, in
clusive; Intermediates, boys 14 t
16 years, inclusive; seniors, youn;
nen 17 years of age and over
Sirls 15 to 17; years inclusive
Voung women, 18 years of agi
and over; Old Timers’ Class, 3t
years of age and over.
...When this team ..entry . b’ank
correctly ..filled, out is ..received
you will be notified through THE
Wetkoi'OUTAn News, official or
gan of Iho. tournament, where t0
y< t forma for members of your
team.
JAMS SAVOY FIGHTS
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WHAT IS HAPPENING IN
BASEBALL? SURVEY SHOWS
• • k ,. • -K j
Trouble Brews with N. Y. Cubans
As Com. Morton Sends out Edict
Where they play this week:
May 30: New York at Brook
lyn; Crawford at Phila. Stars;
Chicago at Homestead Griys
(Greenlee Field); Columbus at
Newark; 2 games in all cities.
June 1, 2 and 3: Brooklyrt at
New York Cubans; Crawford; at
Newark; Grays at Chicago; Col
umbus at Phila. Stars.
What has JiappeppH[flgg Gig
past week Bears out What pre
| eason critics predicted in wm;
cases and refuted them in otters.
New York Cubans just about
completed the circuit before
opening at home and despite the
fact that they are in bottom po
sition, drew a higher number of
paid admissions than any other
club in the loop. The scrappy
Islanders also have the distinc
tion of producing the first play
ers to be fined or suspended. Gar
cia was suspended for three days
in Pitsburgh, for grabbing Um
pire Crump. Perez, second base
man, nas been nned $20 and si's
lended for 30 calendar days ef
fective May 27, for abusing Un
pire Turner in New York. Tie
uspension developed front a" de
cision at second in the seventh
inning of the Cuhans-Grays iirst
;ame on Sunday, when Turner
called the runner out.'Tterez dis
puted the decision, pushed Um
ure Turner around and thre dirt
,n the arbiter’s faN'. .
Adding to the jinx Which has
lounded the Pompez outfit, is the
unsettled controversy over Dick
Lundy, assigned to the Cubans by
>V Greenlee, when diffe ences with
his Newark employed < mid not be
ettled. Lundy was p rmitted to
day in the Crawford fubans se
cies, but forbidden 1 Commis
iiontr Morton on May 18, to rake
part in the series wi h the Col
umbus Elite Giants o any other
games until further instructions
•vere issued.
Brooklyn nas need hard to
guess. Manley’s gapg walloped
Newark, dropped three out of
lour to Phila. Stars, lbroke even
with Homestead Grajl in one of
the best batting show® of the se
ries and settled down*to another
even-up with Chicago! considered
one of the hardest hicijng ciues in
the league. Owner Manley, how
ever, has been right up in the
picture, buying, selling, trading,
and releaing player —and made
the drastic move la t Friday of
releasing Ben Tayld as manager.
George* Giles, first 1 aseman, was
.lamed as his successor, effective
May 25 i
'lhe Homestead Gijays, sojourn
,ng in the Fast, sine their open
r at Greenlee fieli, have been
■lugging' right alona The young
ters, Carlisle, JaJson, Gaston,
Gapier, Benjamin JJaes—captai.i
■d by Buck Laontjrd, cce first
;acker, have upheljl a tradition
for a continuous hustle from be
lind or in front and have estab
lished themselves ds one of the
eague’s best attracj ions.
Newark, affeetd I y intrnal dis
;ension, has not belli able to stay
ip in top berth, but!Owner Tyler's
Premier FlandiBf deblares the
French are a natipi of political
realists. We’d somehow got the
.mpression that they were a na
tion t.f Cabinet-makers.—Nash
ville Tennesseean.
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If you cannot, find the Metro
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nearest news stand, please let the
company know (by writing to the
general office, , 350G-8 Michigan
avenue, or telephoning Calumet
7197.
1 :
personal interest and appearance
is expected to correct this trou
ble—and strengthen „he Dodgers
for remaining games in the first
half. Their Decoration Day en
counter with Tom Wilson’s Col
umbus Elite Giants will find them
fighinjr with backs to the wall, and
are being watched with interest.
Tom) Wjlson seems to be mak
nat.or.al publicity, Columbu Elite
Giant hit the road on Decoration
day and are expected to play to
larje crowds in Newark and oth
er / astern spots.
The indefinite susp?nsion of
Jake Stevens is bein gheld as a
tause of what is considered a
Markup up of the Phila. Stars.
nUdisputed champs of last year
the Quaker City sharks reversed
their record on a recent trip to
Pittsburgh. Whereas, formerly,
Crawfords were always content
ed with an even break when meet
ing the Boldennten, Oscar Charles
ton managed to tack 3 straights
to his belt, which included a de
feat of Slim Jones. The same
teams meet on Decoration Day in
Philadelphia—and if the same
fighting spirit is there, McDonald
will be aiming at two games for
the holiday.
Cole’s American Giants have
been hounded by hard luck at
Phillips’
Stars To
Compete
Ten members of the New Wen
dell Phillins high school track
team will be out at Stagg Field,
Saturday June 1st, seeking to
qualify in the preliminary trials
of the City Prep Outdoor Track
meet. .* •
Those who are cjle to burn uo
the cinder paths and manage to
come in first or second, in one of
the many qualifying heats will be
able to run in the final round of
the Prep outdoor meet. The final
meet will be held a week later,
June 8th, also at Stagg field.
Both meets will begin at 10 a. m.
Coach Cecil Hillman nominated
the following boys as the outstand
ing speedsters to compete in the
meet. William Owens and Garfield
Lindsey are those who are entered
in the cenutry. Henry Castler and
James Conley are reputed to be
quite fleet on the foot when run
ning the 2201yard dash. Modest
Strickland is the only man enter
ed in the 440-yard dash. Strick
land recently placed second to
Ruiz in the state qualifying
rounds.
William Goldsmith is reputed to
be quite a hurdler, he is slated to
appear in both the low and high
hurdles. Ed Brown, D/tlmar
Mitchell, George Spencer and Her
bert Curtiss, are the milers on the
squad. The cream of the speed
sters were put together to form a
880 yard relay team, with results
as followsWilliam Goldsmith,
George Tones, Garfield Lindsay
and Bill Owens running as anchor
man.
While they managed to win one
game from the Cubans and two
from Columbus, these games were
not played in their own park, and
failed to impress the fans favor
ably. On the road, under Larry
Brown’s management, the Cole
crew is just as scrappy as ever.
Ousted from top place by the
Crawfords, they have held to a
close second and remain a dan
■jrajB'first half threat. One^of 1
ffle Wst tests, however, is expect
ed to result from the coming se
ries with the Homestead Grays.
Chicago meets the Poscymen on
Decoration Day at Greenlee Field
in two separate games and will
be host In Chicago on June 1, 2
and 3 \Vith an even break, Chi
cago will have a good chance, but
if unfortunate enough to drop the
series by ahy kind of margin,
might have an almost impposible
climb upward.
Smith-Plicque
To Run Buses
to Prize Fights
“Everybody wants to go to the
fight with Eddie Plicque,” that is
what they are saying along the
Rialto. To make this possible,
Messrs. Smith and Plicque are
running a fleet of Deluxe buses
from in front of Smith’s Bus
stations, 4702 and 4304 South
Parkway, direct to the Louis-Car
nera fight in New York.
the buses will leave-the^ 4?th
and 43rd street stations, Sunday
at noon and will arrive in New
York, Monday, June 24, and will
arrive in New York the following
day, June 25th.
$15 Round Trip
The entire cost of the trip will
be $15, with an additional $5,000
insurance policy with each tick
et.
Giles Post Pushes
Soft Ball Games
The George. L. Giles Post No.
87, American Legion, soft ball
tournament offers you a chance to
play in a city wide soft ball tour
nament. The winning teams of
the north, south and west side
finals will compete in their respec
tive classes for city championship
honors.
L Three Divisions 1
There will be three divisions
comprising this tournament, viz:
the south side, sponsored by Giles
the north side sponored by Olivet
Institute, under the able supervis
ion of Mr. Eddie Farrar, and the
west side sponsored by the West
Side blanch of the YMCA, with
the efficient co-operation of Mr.
N. P. Blueltt, athletic instructor.
This gives you an opportunity to
play in tt tournament with plenty
of competition.
We have answered this ques
tion before and we are answering
it again on this tournament, is
open to all races and creeds that
wish to enter teams.
Good News For The Girls
A separate committee has been
appointed to supervise the girls’
teams. Miss Irma Garner, gym in
structor of girls at the South Side
Settlement house is chief super
visor, being ably assisted by Miss
Fleming ofthe South Side Settle
ment House, Miss Ward of the
Wabash Avenue YMCA, Miss Lott
of the South Side Boys’ Club and
Mrs. Kirkpatrick of the South
Parkway YWCA.
W*e have two classes for girls
and we hope that every girls team
on the south side will find it con
venient to compete in this tourna
ment. Good or bad, your team will
find competition laden with inter
est. We are hopeful that this
year's tournament will create an
interest among the girls and
young women. There is no time
like the present to enter your team
in this tournament. Entry blanks
appear in the Metropolitan News
upon each publication.
Enter at Once
Whatever you do, don’t fail to
get your blank into the Soft ball
chairman’s office during the next
twelve days. Entry blanks can be
had by calling the following
places: Metropolitan News; Wa
bash YMCA; South Side Settle
Boy 'sClub; South Side Settle
ment House and American Legion
Headquarters, 417 East 47th st.,
Wright and
Collier Are
Winners
Ladies Night
Proves to be
Popular
It was ladies night at the Savoy
fight arena Tuesday and the place
was packed and jammed where
was witnessed one of the greatest
fight cards Matchmaker Eddie
Plique has so far presented to the
public.
Herman Wright, Savoy favorite
and Andy Filmore, also a Save
stand pater fought one of the mo
gruelling five rounders seen ii,
many a decade.
Fights at the Savoy are holding
their popularity after several
years and those who are consta '1
iy in attendance, d d r •h1'
outs are bett r
An ther gr . i :.
test between Ralph Coi ier a
Nate Bolden with Collier tak.
the long end of the setoo. Collie ’
style of fighting has always 1
popular with Savoy fans.
In the wrestling bouts: Ora
Lovett pinned Roy Rickenb c e
Matchmaker Plique, promise an
other great card for Tue-ua
night.
Central Track Stars
Meet at Milwaukee
I Outstanding track and field per
| formers Of the middle -W»»t will |
■gjrostr' In-Milwaukee on 1 ndaj
afternoon and night, June 7, when
the tenth annual Central inter-:
collegiate championships will be'
held in the Mkrqnette university
stadium.
Preliminaries will start at 3 p.
m., and the final contests, includ
ing a parade of teams, coaches and
officials, are scheduled for 8 p. m.,
beneath the flood lights.
Indiana university will be back
to defend the title which it won
last year with a total of 32 points,
the Boosters will be closely pres
sed by outstanding athletes from
such schools as Ohio State, Wis
consin, Illinois, Northwestern,
Iowa and Purdue of the Big Ten;
Oklahoma and Missouri of the Big
Six conference, Drake and Grin
nell of the Missouri Valley, Mar
quette, Michigan State, Notre
Dame, Butler, North Dakota and
many others.
The program will include all the
standard track and field events:
100, 220. 440-yard dashes; 880
yard, mile and two mile run3j
high and low hurdles; 880 yard
and one mile relays; javelin, dis
cus, shotput, broad jump, high
jump and pole vault.
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