THE BRIDGEPORT TIMES
Thursday, 'August 11, 1921
Bits By Kingdon And
Thrills Ball Fans
By GEORGE E. FIRSTTBROOK
Pulling-away pennantward again! The Pittsfield Hillies
'played the Good Samaritan act by trimming the ambitious
Boosters. Today the Brown' Derbies are leading the procession
with a margin of three games.
There's a chance to keep right on hopping upward for the
iremainder of the week. The Brasscos finish their activities to
iday, while the Ponies will be here tomorrow, (Ladies' Day.)
; Games are also booked with the Ponies in Springfield Saturday,
- while the Jack Flynn clan will be here for the Sunday dough.
Mighty roaring finish yesterday! Score tied in the eighth,
i while the Brasscos hoist the white flag in the ninth. Runs 3
to 2 in favor of Derbies.
; . .Torpedoes for Jerry Kahn
'- - Smashing hits to right field by King-don and Loftus in the
; ninth netted the winning tally. Some biffing! Jerry Kahn's
delivery was rifled thoroughly. Joe Smith opened the inning
jwith a bing to the same territory, but he was thrown out by
i Perrin in a try -to make third base on Kingdon's wallop.
' Some finish, Kiddo, believe it!
1 McLaughlin Tied Score. .
i : It was a wihrlwind finish. In the
eighth it looked as if Jerry Kahn was
fa certain mound winner, but when
i the score was tied he lost his effective
ness. McLaughlin spanked the ball down
past third base for a clean double.
Emmerich hit the ball to short, Horkr
tbeimer shooting it to Long. It was
Vm. close play, Sam Sank, new umpire,
(calling McLaughlin safe. The decision
created a big howl among the cos-
srrove crowd. "Mac" scored later on
Ray's sacrifice to Torphy, beating out
the throw to the plate.
t ' Kahn's wildnesa in the initial round
netted the Derbies a tally, Ray scor
jlng on a wild pitch after Martin fiied
out and Rodriguez and Smith walked.
Brasscos Score Pair,
j Waterbury's pair of tallies were
-posted in the fourth session on hits by
cosgrove. Pickup and Horkheimer,
land a wild heave by Stauffer.
Although Stauffer pitched eight
' Innings Bornhoeft takes the credit of
(winning the game as the score was
itie when he succeeded Stauffer, after
r Joe Boehling acted in the role of pinch
: hitter for the former.
Tyler, Waterbury's catcher, exe
cuted a classy piece of work when he
got under Boehling's high foul against
Perrin Has Fine Whip.
Perrin's pair of throwouts of Joe
Smith at third base was pretty work.
In the fourth Smith doubled to right
and failed in an attempt to stretch
the hit into a triple, Perrin shot the
ball to' Horkheimer, who relayed it to
Long. It was a tough day for our
reliable catcher on the bases.
When the ball led Emmerich's bat
in the fifth it looked good for a long
distance clout, but a wonderful catch
. by Pickup made it unnecessary for
the "Rabbit" to display his base
; sprinting qualities.
Smith's slam to right in the ninth
i bore the luck charm. Torphy had set
j himself to stop the ball but it took an
I ugly, bound out of his reach.
Ray Has Big Day.
Tommy Ray got in a pair of singles
and a timely sacrifice that pushed a
run across the plate in three trips to
! the plate. Ray had a bit of hard luck
I in the third after singling to center,
i when he was declared out for col
) liding with Martin's roller.
- When Dowd fanned in the seventh
i be exhibited some "I don't care" mo
," tions which nearly caused a fight on
! the field. Hot words passed between
I him and Pickup and Joe Cosgrove
' (was forced to inject his diplomacy to
(.prevent an outbreak.
"Manager Joe" had a busy after
Voon in center, six fly hits perishing
i Here's a New One
I In the sixth one of Kahn's shoots
hit Rodriguez's bat, the ball nestling
tin the Cuban's armpit. Umpire Kitty
i "RrariK field was a bit surprised when
f Rodriguez handed him the ball with a
smile after another had been thrown
I into play.
The two Eddies Hart and Zimmer
; man are out of the Brassco lineup by
i minor injuries.
Secretary Jimmy Kelly of the
j Bridgeport Baseball Club has an
i nounced the following doubleheaders
I to be played by the Brown Derbies at
I home and on trie roan.
Games at Home.
Aug. 21st with Pittsfield.
Aug. 16th with New Haven.
s Sept. 4th with Hartford.
Sept. 11th with, Hartford.
Sept. 13th with Hartford (trana
r nosed game.) . .
One transposed game will be
.played Aug. 19th with Hartford in
On he Road.
Aug. 13th, at Springfield.
Sept. 4th. at Pittsfield.
Sept. 14th. at Waterbury.
Sept. 15b, at Waterbury.
Sept. 2 1st, afc New Haven.
Long, 3b .
Dowd, 2 b
Tyler, c . .
ab r h
33 2 4x23 13
ab r h po a
Emmerich, cf ...4 0 0 3 0
Ray, 2b 4 1 2 4 2
Martin, rf .4 0 1 2 0
Rodriguez, lb. ...3 0 010 0
Smith, c.. ...... 3 0 2 3 0
Kingdon, ss 4 1115
Loftus, If 4 0 2 2 0
McLaughlin, 3b . , 3 1 1 2 3
Stauffer, p 2 0 0 0 1
Bornhoeft, p....0 0 0 0 1
x Boehling 1 V 0 0 0
32 3 9 27 12
"Kids," .don't make any swim
ming dates for Tuesday after
noon, August 30. It's going to be
"Clark Lane Day" at Newfield
Park, the one day in the ball sea
son on which all boys and girls
in Bridgeport are invited io at
tend as the guests of the Bridge
port Club. Albany is booked for
a game on that date. '
Secretary Jimmy Kelly is out
to make it a gala occasion. A
section of tUo bleachers will be
reserved for l'oans America.
. "Shanty" House is going to prac
tice np on some of his acrobatic
stunts, and Joe Boehling is also
going to tap some fancy catching
stunts for the amusement of the
Every one is invited to bring
along a tin horn or harmonica.
x Batted for Stauffer in 8th.
xx Ray out in 3rd, hit by batted
ball; one out in 9th when winning
Waterbury ...000 2 0000 0 2
Bridgeport, 10000001 1 3
uwo base hits, snit. McLaugh
lin. Stolen bases, Martin, Horkhei
mer. Double plays, Dowd to Hork
heimer to Torphy. Left on bases,
Waterbury 7, Bridgeport 6. Base on
balls, off Kahn 2, ort Stauffer 1. off
Bornhoeft 1. Hits, off Stauffer 3 in
8 innings; oil Bornhoeft 1 in in in
ning. Hit by pitcher, by tauffer
(Long). Struck out, by Stauffer 2,
by Hornhoeft 1. by Kahn 2. Wild
pitches, Stauffer; Kahn. Winning
pitcher, Bornhoeft. Losing pitcher,
Kahn. Umpires, Bransfleld and
Sank. Time, 1:52.
Joe Smith, manager of Louis Bo
gash, received a letter from Kid
Pershing of North Adams, offering to
fight Bogash in Bridgeport for the
New England title. 'Frit Musante
advised the irrepressible Joe to -engage
the Arena for the battle, but
Smith displayed no ambitions to be
come a fight promoter in these pre
Pershing in his letter to Smith
boasted of making quite a reputation
in the army. In one ofhis battles
he claims a knockout victory over
Emil Spit, formerly one of the ex
Kaiser's fighting chauffeurs.
New Haven, Aug. 11 Tale's foot
ball schedule for 1921 will contain a
radical innovation in the shape of the
first time ever played by Tale against
West Point in New Haven. This, it
is expected, will fill the Bowl as fully
as former Harvard and Princeton
matches have filled it
Four early season foes of last sea-
on, Carnegie Tech, Boston College,
West Virginia and Colgate have been
dropped. The Brown game has been
moved to an earlier date and Tale has
added Bates, Vermont and Williams to
the list. The PTarvard game is the
only contest away from home. The
schedule: Sept. 24, Bates; Oct. 4, Uni
versity of Vermont; 8, North Carolina;
15, Williams; 22, West Point; 29.
Brown; Nov. 5, University of Mary
land; 12, Princeton; 19, Harvard.
Springfield at Bridgeport
Waterbury at Worcester.
New Haven at Pittsfield.
Albany at Hartford.
Waterbury at Bridgeport.
Springfield at Hartford.
Worcester at Pittsfield.
Albany at New Haven.
Bridgeport 3, Waterbury :
Pittsfield 10. Worcester 3.
Albany 3, New Haven
game)-; New Haven
Hartford 7, Springfield
Standing of the Teams.
Won. Lost. P.C.
Bridgeport 59 38 .608
Worcester ..58 42 .580
Pittsfield 58 4 3 .574
Hartford 53 46 .535
New Haven 52 48 .520
Springfield 46 56 .451
Waterbury ..40 54 .426
Albany 32 71 .311
HIGH STREETS WIN.
The High Street Juniors defeated
the Evening Star 'baseball team at
Lenox field by thes core of 10 to 2.
The features of the game were the
home-stealing of Santagako and the
batting of Charavalle. Score
Sitars 100 0 0 0 0 0 1 2
High St. 0 0034031 x 10
With Geo. E. Firstbrook
Benny Leonard broke his thumb, but the champion claims it was a lucky
break for Lew Tendler. - .
According to reports from New York it will be pretty nearly
time to take up a collection to hire a band to give Gene McCann a
rousing sendoff when he quits Bridgeport this season and moves up
into the "Big Show" to pilot the Yankees.
McCann has delivered the goods in Bridgeport even should the Brown
Derbies fail to shoot over, the line first. Bridgeport has been up at the top
longer than any other club and the fans have had a great season. To speak
the truth the McCann squad has overfed Bridgeport with good baseball, and
all kicks are ruled out of order.
Some of the fanciest fielding in the pastime has been put on
the boards at Newfield Park and local fans will be a few years older
and be disporting a few more gray hairs before they see the equal
of the 1921 Derbies in fielding. '
McCann stands high in the estimation of his players which is the greatest
of all assets. He was a player himself once upon a time and is familiar with
the obstacles that creep into the paths of youngsters. By winning the respect
or his players JKtCann has succeeded in molding together the fastest team
in the Eastern circuit.
Every one hopes that the major league promotion win come
McCann's way. He possesses horse sense and that's the main quali
fication for ,a successful manager.
It was McCann who put a shot of ginger in league ball here this season.
CAMBRIDGE Football practice
in the Harvard Stadium will begin
on Sept. 6. Notices have been mailed
to 150 candidates to report on that
DENVER Jack Dempsey predicted
today that Georges Carpentier will
defeat Mike Gibbons in their pros
NEW YORK Josef Guillemot, the
French runner, will - probably return
to this country late in the fall to par
ticipate m some of the indoor meets
that are now ibeing arranged. While
in this country last year he took part
in one race and was defeated. He
was called home before his American
irwasion was completed to finish his
enlistment in the French army.
D ANBURY SHOOT
The fourth registered trap shoot
ing tournament under the au&pices of
the Papaoquah Gun Club will be
staged at the club's grounds in Dan
bury Saturday afternoon. The Sea
side Gun Club will send along a teem
of crack shots to ty to secure pos
session of the team and individual
Philadelphia, Aug. 11 Lew Tend
ler, challenger for the world's light
weight boxing championship, who
was to have met Benny Leonard in
a bout for the title here tomorrow
night which was called off when the
champ dislocated his thumb has an
nounced he would appear at the pro
moter's headquarters at the schedul
ed weighing time and claim the for
feit of 5,000 posted toy Leonard with
a looal sporting writer. Tendler also
announced he will claim the title, de
claring, he trained ifaithfully for the
match and was ready to carry out
his part of the contract.
Boston, Aug. 11 Martin Killilea,
manager of Johnny Wilson, middle
weight champion, announced last
nigtit that Wilson had been matched
by Tex Rickard to meet Bryan
Downey in a 12-round no-decision
bout at Jersey City on Labor Day. In
a recent bout at Cleveland the
referee awarded the decision to Wil
son on a foul, but the Cleveland box
ing commission announced that it
had overruled the decision and would
recognize Downey as champion
claiming that he had actually scored
a knockout. The, Massachusetts box
ing commission has refused to recog
nize the action of the Cleveland
Wilson will receive 35 per cent, of
the gate receipts and Downey 20 per
cent. Both men are to weigh 160
pounds at 10 o'clock in the morning.
They will enter the ring at 4 p. m.
Do You Know
Stamped 0. K.
Bridgeport ball fans had the
the opportunity of gazing upon
Harold Horkheimer in a league
uniform yesterday in the game
agaiaot Waterbury. The native
MB, who' formerly starred on the
Lordabip team and also on local
factory nine, 4s going to make
good. He's a fast man at short
and eats loose a lot of pep. He
showed good yesterday Hork
bemer fielded his four chances
perfectly and batted in Water
bury's first tally in thci fourth iu
ning on a slashing bing between
center and right. If the Bridge
port boy continues the pace he
hit up yesterday there's no doubt
about his making good.
New York 14, Chicago 8.
St. Louis 5, Washington 2.
Philadelphia 9, Cleveland 5.
Detroit 8, Boston 4.
Waltersville 9. Conn. Ave. .
Hall 9, Old Mill 6.
Seaside 3. Shelton 2.
Seaside 9, Shelton 0.
Waltersville 4, Yellow Mill 3.
Conn. Ave. 13. Yellow Mill 6.
Seaside 6, Lafayette 4.
THE PRINCE TAKES A DIP.
Won. Lost. P.C.
New York 63 39 .618
Cleveland 66 41 .617
Washington ,..59 52 .532
St. Louis 51 5 4 .4 8n
Detroit 51 57 .472
Boston 49 56 .467
Chicago 46 60 .434
Philadelphia 40 66 .377
New York at Philadelphia.
Brooklyn 1, Pittsburgh 0.
St. Louis 6. Cincinnati 4
game); Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 3 sec
DUNDEE WHITE DRAW.
New York, Aug. 11 In the all-star
boxing show in the Boxing Drome A.
C. arena last night, Johnny Dundee
and Charley White, Chicago light
weight, figured in a 10-round draw;
Paul Doyle, who claims the New
England welter title, was the win
ner over Marty Cress, and Midget
Smith was the victor over Youig
JUPE OX BELATED VISIT.
Orand Rapids, Mich.. Aug. 11.
! Rain forced the local Central League
t?am into idleness yesterday for the
first time since the 1919 season.
! During that period 138 games were
' played on schedule.
DAN O'NEIL TIGHT AS A CLAM
IN GIVING OUT LEAGUE NEWS
If Dan O'Neil, praxy of the Eastern 1
League,' ever hired out as publicity
agent, for a circus it's a safe bet he
wouldn't draw over one day's pay
end hat 6orae one else would have
the jtb in 2 4 hoars. O'Neil is in the
hardboiled egg class when it comes
to handing the news regarding league
' natters. "Why don't you go to the
secretaries of the clubs for news,"
wan hie retort yesterday, when a bold
attempt was made to quiz the East
', era czar.
In the course of & patch quilt con
i vernation O'Neil chanced to remark
I he did not believe Juries were much,
i rood in baseball scandal trials. The
jame of John Heydier, president of
the National League, was brought
out. Dan scratched his bead, hesi
tated, and exclaimed: "Who is Heyd-ler?"
When some one approached Prexy
Dan with "'Hello, Dan, gosh you look
young as ever." Dan smiled and add
ed, "Yes, I weigh s.uOut 220, the same
as ever." That was the only time he
O'Neil put the brakes on league
news except to say everything was
eatisfactory in all of the towns except
Albany, where the trolley car strike
has put the baseball on the kibosh.
It is likely that Albany will have a
majority of her games transferred to
other cities, O'Neil said.
An exclusive photograph of
the Prince of Wales, taken as he
emerged from the water at
Brighton, England, where he
spent considerable time on s
Standing of Teams.
. Won. Lost.
New York 64
St. Louis 54
Cincinnati a St. Louis.
Chicago at Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia at Bcston.
Brooklyn at New York.
MICKY DIJVINK, TORONTO
catcher is touring through the
league in quest of a couple of
good pitchers for the Canucks.
MANY IiOOAL PANS entertain
the opinion that Pete Wilson, vet
eran twirler of the Singers, is
still fast enough (to shoot 'em
over for some league clubs. Ac
cording to scoring records of
the Singers team runs scored
against Peter since the opening
f the season average about 2 3-4
per gameand Peter has faced
all of the strongest independent
teams in the Nutmeg domain.
AFTER SEEIXG Louis Bo
gash fight Billy Krug Newark
promoters are gains to send Man
ager Joe a proposition for a bout
between the Bridgeport battler
and Micky Walker, the Jersey
boxer who recently made a fa
vorable showing against' Cham
pion Johnny Britton in the Jer
sey metropolis. Dan Slobodein, a
Newark sport, who is visiting his
brother-in-law. Jack Reich, the
North End checker champion, was
a spectator ot the bout, says that
Walker outclassed Britton and
would have received the verdict,
except for the no-decision pro
vision in the Jersey boxing law.
CLARK LANE, president of
the Bridgeport Baseball club,
doesn't take much stock in the
reports going the rounds that
Jack Mack may transfer his club
to another city because of slim
attendonce figures. Mr. Lane de
clared Bridgeport has no kick
coming on the receipts there, the
Derbies playing to good sized
crowds, with the exception of a
couple of rainy days.
August Not To
Pete August is not going to fight
Young Angelo on the Stamford box
ing card, Aug. 31; according to Ray
Loveridge, August's manager. In
stead August will likely clash with
Harry Peterson cf Stamford, who was
outpointed by Billy Prince at Nor
walk a ifew weeks ago. Loveridge
admitted that August was going out
of his class in meeting Young Angelo,
and explained that final arrange
ments for the match had not been
completed, although announcement
from Stamford and at Monday night's
arena fights, were to that effect. Lov
eridge added that August will box
any one up to 128 pounds.
Fit For Go
(Special to-She Times.)
Holyoke, Aug. 11 Jack Delaney,
the Bridgeport middleweight and his
manager, Al Jennings, are here for
the former's bout with Happy How
ard tomorrow night. Delaney. will
wihd up the heavy part of his train
ing today. He worked out today
in a local gym and appears to be in
Jennings told local newspapermen
today if Delaney wins over Howard
he will issue a challenge for the
Bridgeporter to meet Bryan Dow
ney. tBattling Skee, of Holyoke, and
Mickey Travers of New Haven, are
tuned up for the semi-final bout of
Waterbury's win over the Bridge-
port team, August 3, which was pro- i
tested by Manager Gene McCann on
the grounds that the official Eastern
League baseball was not in nlav.
stands credited to the Waterburv
One of the important rules of the '
League and of organized baseball ,
was tossed to the winds by President '
Dan O'Neil, who rendered the de
cision at a special meeting of Um
pire Bransfield and representatives
of ie Waterbury and Bridgeport
Chubs last night at the Stratfield Ho
tel. "The whole thing was cut and
dried," declared Clark Lane after the
Joke proceedings. Bransfield admit
Itr was in tne WfO"? in lettinig
the game proceed but "Czar" O'Neil.
It developed at the session that
Bransfield and the Waterbury club
officials were aware that the Spald
ing firm had shipped the ' wrong
baws, but a dozen or so officials balls
were "dug up" in a Waterbury etore,
but the game was allowed to pro-
Gene McCann was kept in the dark
on the situation until Bornhoeft made
the discovery in the .first inning.
McCann stated that if he ' had been
left in on the predicament of the
Waterbury Clu he would have
agreed to play the game without pro.
By EDDIE SHTJGRUE.
The girls of the Lafayette play
ground defeated the Seaside girls by
a score of 31 to 15 yesterday, and
won the title at the west Side play
ground without being defeated so
far this season. The Lafayette girls
are coached by Miss Helen Clark
who also led the victorious Barnum
boys to the championship in soccer
last fall. The Lafayettes have an all
around playing team and have a ver
itable 'Babe Ruth" in the person of
Miss Mildred Carrano , who has
chalked up four home runs to date,
getting one in the titular game.
The title of the "Eastern" league
has not yet been settled with Walters
ville. Old Mill and Hall tied for the
initial honors. The title tfor the city
will be settled Aug. 30 at the annual
playground field day at Pleasure
The lineups of the team Lafayette,
Alice Culien, p; Rose Riga, c; Carrie
Inglis, lb; Mildred Carrano, 2b;
Elinor Boyhan. 3b; and Louise Mon
tagno, ss. Seaside, Anna Kane, p;
Margaret Kane, c; Eva Lilla. lib;
Mary Plokstis, 2-b; Frances Bowen,
3b, and Victoria Constantine, ss.
Big League Dust
Harry Hooper, star outfielder of
the White Sox. who has Ibeen out ot
the game for some time owing to an
injured hand, is ready for action
Still another, surprise for Quaker
fans! Three sevens win! The Ath
letics made seven hits for seven runs
in the seventh and beat the cham
pion Clevelands 9 to 5.
Walker, of the Athletics, banged
out his second home run in two days.
Three home runs featured the
Yankees' win over the White Sox
which sent them (back into the lead.
Baker hit for the circuit twice and
Ruth accomplished the feat once. It
was Ruth's 42nd home run of the
The Giants inaugurate a long home
sojourn stay today on the Polo
Grounds with Brooklyn.
The Reds and Cards broke even in
rain and darkness, in a douible bill
that was -featured with five homers.
The star clouters were McHenry,
Fournier, Hornsby, Mann and
Veteran Babe Adams tafbbed up
his ninth straight win of the season
in the win of the Pirates over the
Jim Vaughn has signed a contract
to play on the semi-pro Kenosha
(Wis.) team for a $6,900 stipend.
St. Louis made it three out of
four from Washington by taking the
final game of the series, 5 te 2.
ORPHANS TO SEE RUTH.
Hooks And Jabs
By CHICK CREATON.
As a result of his good showing
with Johnnv Williams, Young Luby
has been offered by Charley Doesser
ick to meet Williams in a return
match at the Pioneer Sporting club.
New York. 'Billv Mason, match
maker of the Columbia A. C. of this
city, is also after this match for the
star bout of the opening show at his
club next month.
When Jimmy Pruzzetti and Johnny
Clinton meet in their return argu
ment at the Armory A. A. of Boston.
Friday night. Frusfeetti will try his
hardest to regain the New .England
title as a big winter is in store for
Jimmy provided he has the title.
Harry London, the Harlem ban
tamweight who scored eight consecu
tive knockouts, adding Mickey Kelly
and Bridgeport Jimmy Burns last
week, intends to go after all the top
notchers. Manager Lou Cohen has
already signed London with either
Benny Coster or Sammy Naible at the
Queensboro A. A. in two weks.
The ability to read and write is one
of the requirements for voters in the
republic of Portugal.
A bout that is creating no little in
terest, will be staged at the Palace
of Joy Sporting club tomorrow night,
when Tommy McAleer. PVed De
Lorroe's middlewieght, hooks up
with Dave Rosenberg. Brooklyn's
candidate for middleweight honors,
who has suffered but one defeat, that
at the hands of (Mike Gibbons re
f ant lv.
The Walnuts want to know where
the Irans and the Crashoes get off
with that stuff of making such a
wrangle over who is champion of the
South and West Ends when neither
of them have, any just claim to the
title. Captain Joe Hamilton, of the
Walnuts, claims that his team has
held that honor for the past five years
and is still able to defend it. He chal
lenges either the Crashoes or the
Irans for a game a week from Sun
day. Hamilton says that he has a
team that is superior to either of the
claimants and strong enough to hold
its own in the City league. Span
Bowden, star of the Public Market
is the mainstay on the mound for the
"Nuts" while Rugs Robinson will do
the receiving. Hamilton holds down
the initial sack with Germaine on the
midway sack, Mahoney at short and
Loungs at the dizzy corner. In the
outfield will be found McCarthy.
O'Neil, and Smith.
REPORTERS TO PLAY.
The Newspapermen's nine will play
the Lawyers .next Monday at Seaside
Park. The Scribes were victorious in
the initial game this year and expect
to run away with the second by a
large score. Fax Ludlow will try to
baffle the Lawyers with his famous
drop while Tom La very, former Notre
Dame star, will hurl for the "Legal
BEGIN A, Sack The Regina Club
of the Western Canada League has
disbanded owing to poor patronage
and bad weather.
Philadelphia, Aug. 11. A caval
cade of motor trucks was to roll
through Philadelphoa's streets today,
each with a load of orphaned or
crippled boys on their way to see
Babe Ruth in tne opening game De
tween the New York and Philadel
phia American League series at
Shibe Park. Today is "Cub Day,"
named for the Cubs," an organization
formed to entertain orphaned ajid
WATERBURY FIREMEN WIN.
ifm'ud?port Police Apartment
lfim aklns ble preparations for their'
V me Saturday with the Hart-
S JeV2atS Thich wiu b Played
at Newfield Park Tho j 4
S?0,.8"10 Z11.6 turned over to the
7i -Kenerrt Association. It win be!
the toughest police game of the sea
son for the local "coppers." hut thev
are confident of downing the Capital
City combination. The Hartford
garrfe. entertained after thai
fr?WaCtOUrSe.re2'rd by George Duncan,
Son a?rr Brltisn open chaml
Pion and a heroic afternoon stand
by Louis Chiapetta. the home profes
sional, were the outsanding features
ot the match played yesterdav over
H?e llnJ" of the Woodway Country
Club of Stamford, Conn., in which
Duncan and his celebrated long driv
V2S. teammate from overseas, Abe
Mitchell opposed Chiapetta and
Charles Mothersele of Wee Burn
Duncan's 71 is a new record for the
course, the best previous score at
Woodway having been Ted Ray's 7'
mad when he and Harry Vardon
were touring last year. However Ray
at that time match Duncan was play
ing .for a score was conceded one or
Colonel Snover, Hillies' pitcher ran
his victory total up to 19, yesterday,
against Worcester. His losses are
The "Thomas Battery" wa3 in ac
tion against the Ponies, and the
Springtfield tribe suffered another defeat.
Capes, of the Hillies, had a profit
able day with his stick, getting a sin
gle, double and triple, at the expense
of Lindstrom Worcester pitcher.
Jay O'Connor batted like a fienol
for New Haven against Albany The
former Holy Cross collegian made
three triples that scored three runs
and he also crossed the plate three
Two accidents marked the Albany
New Haven double bill. Rube Old
ring broke a finger in making a hard
running catch, while Joe Leary was
hit by his own batted ball. It is
feared that the Naugatuck flash frac
tured his ankle.
Rex Cox pitched the Lawmakers
to a win in the first tilt, while Wiltsa
was in the box for New Haven's win.
Waterbury firemen defeated the
Hartford Red Shirts by a score of 3
to 1 in a State League game yester
day in the Brass City. Waterbury
outbatted the Capital City players, 9
to 6. The win increased Water
bury's Tead in the championship
Some fans are wondering if Joe
Cosgrove pulled a "bone" vesterday,
when he allowed Kahn to bat in the
ninth inning with two out and two
on the base, and a rosy chance to
score on a hit. Eddie Zimmerman
and Eddie Hart were available for the
Horkheimer, Dowd and Torphy
turned in the only . double play in
yesterday's Newfield Park tilt.
Tb Packer Control bill was passed
b ythe House without a record vote
and sent to the White House for Ex
ecutive action. The measure gives
the Secretary of Agriculture broad
powers to regulate the industry.
Newark Ring Critic Passes
Bouquet To Louis Bogash
Louis Bogash looked "ace" high" to
Jersey boxing critics in his bout with
Biily Krug in Newark on Tuesday
night. The Newark Star-Eagle in
commenting on the fight said:
"Much has been said in the
press regarding Bogash's fight
ing abilities, and after his exhi
bition with Krug it cannot be
denied that he !) a fit boxer to
meet Britton or any other claim
ant to welter championship hon
ors. The Bridgeport boy is a
shifty Jad in the ring. He lands
his wallop quickly and gets out
of the danger zone of the return
punches in jig time. Krug stayed
the limit, because he kept on the
run all the time. Bogash dis
' played no tendency to show his
sprinting qualities, but contented
himself with socking the Harri
son boy good and plenty while
the latter kept within range of
his blows. In the last three
rounds, however, Bogash in
creased his speed and showed the
kind of hard stuff he carries in
his blows. The consensus., of
opinion at Ihe ringside was that
Bogash could finish Krug in five
boxer had eliminated his sprint
ing about the ring, which was
the only thing to save him. If
for the title our bet will be on
Today Bogash resumed his train
ing for his bout with Johnmy Tillman
in Boston next Tuesday night.
The Newark paper also hands
Patsy Bogash credit for his fine
shiwing against Joe Santone. "Bo
gash's brother. Patsy, in his bout
with Santone made a hit with the
ring bugs He was in action all the
time and displayed no limit of clev
erness," the critic said.
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