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VA<iK TK.Y TIIK OGUKN'SnCRU ADVANCE AND ST. LAWKKNTE SUNDAY DEMOCRAT SI'NDAY, AUGUST 20, 1933 , MALONE TO PLAY CANTON PIRATES AT WINTER PARK TODAY Northern League Still Functions Farrand Says Manager of Ogdensburg Team Denies It Has Disbanded—Remainder of Schedule May Be Shortened venture and it is thought that next Cubs Are Clawed By The Giants Pirates and Malone Will Clash Today Terry Men Beat Chicago With Fa f l G **f * **?** * WlD Hubbell Toiling- Eleven ter Park Fl * ld J\ **\- Straight for Nats. » noon at 2 •«• XKW YORK. Aug. 19.—The Manager Knrrand of the Offdens burp Northern League teanrdeuISd year the practice of importing play- the rumor v«*terduy that the lea- ers wiU * <«»continued and that \_» . ,. « -J .i. • tne team gue was to disband. He said that . - This was the policy of the|p 0 io Grounds this afternoon. Hub- 1 * wwur league game SPORT-TOPICS Brief Comment on the Happen- ings in the World of Sports. When members of me Baltimore International league baseball team were returning to the United Siates after pfciying a double head- er in Toronto, .United States* -us- ?oms officers looked in the bail bags and Cound 32 quarts ol Can- adian St otch. The lads lo*t their buck£ George Williams* Canton Pii ates will meet the Malone Stars at f Si-oteh and were taxed 5 s will be made up of resi-j Giants opened their series with thej Wimer ^ vk ^ afternoon at 2.45 J^!, \^\^ or a total ot * 16 ° H!g * the various towns in thejcub* with an fc-4 victory at thej ia a ^^^j. league game. It is * a meeting of all managers of league. This was the policy of ihejPolo Grounds this afternoon. Hub- • uni | ersTOOI | am t^e lineup of the teams in tne league was to be held fo^i team this season and a great bell started \u the pitching box for p iraU . s na? oeen re -vamped dur- in Malone last night and that it deal of credit is due the players the Terry team but was relieved by j in „ the ^^ W eek\ and that they $ $ $ Hank Hodge took his Malone Stars to the Salt City for two games last week. They dropped would undoubtedly be decided to an d management for the showing Herman Bell in the eighth. Mel are re ady to give the Stars a tough ... h M -k o Fur shorten the schedule and go into maa > in the league this season! ott hit two homers for the Giants fi <, ht u xhey are successful in de- the tirst one ;° l . d ^J U w0i] the final play-offs alter the game against the paid players of the rest' and Cuyler got one for Chicago. feating tlie Malone outfit they will niture r * eam \j J* nn ., brunette- todav. The reason for this is un- 0 f the circuit. Although the Og-;The Braves conUnued their assault ^ auion g the first four teams in *™ m Cna P me Jonn*on* a dVr>tood to be that a number of densburg team has no chance of j on the first division clubs today tne league and will participate in club?* in the league are made up getting into the championship ser-. D y trimming the Pittsburg Pirates the league play-offs for the cham almost entirely of «oUege players ie s this year the schedule will be • f,.*. The Braves, by their victory, pionship. Local fans will be root- Chateau-av at the who will have to return to their finished and several strong teams pained the first division V a mar- ing for Canton to come through J* 6 ** 0 ^^ afternoon The schools before the completion of are to be brought here to meet the g\ n of one point over the Cards, today for if they gei into the final J- \ ° l deleTvin- of a hi* the original schedule aud play- locals at Winter Park following The clouting Phillies won two series the games will be played at nome ?°« * a * * The team games from the tail-end tteds 12-2 Winter Park. It will be the only today to j and 3-0. Chuck Klein of the Phils chance for the local fans to see | hit two homers in the first game any of the amines here as the Og- . ! nd anot her in the second. St hul- densimrg team is definitely out of thln - nas - otte *. roi T _ -_**,. offs. Several of the teams which the league competition, imported costly college stars this travels to i uateaugay season have lost heavily on the meet the strong Ponies. $ $ $ The local leaguers are' battling hand from all local fans for the fisht that they have put up against all odds this season. Most every- Further Increase in merlch also got a homer for Phil Canal Traffic Noted ! adelphia. Brooklyn won from the | Cards 5-2. ' In the American league the series. or another but the boys are stilt Malone in there playing ball and have won , In the Hodge coached . ,. u . _ team the fans will see one of the **«** of games against tne .ire- theVst semi-pro. outfit* in the state. Hw of the.other towns in the le.v $ <S> * J victory over the St. l^ouis Browns. [The Senators opened strong with OTTAWA. Airi. 1S».—Tiatiic oajberel 15,52**> last month, as again?; | 4 tallies in the first inning. Cfcic- Canaiian cana'i* continues to snow an iu'icise to date for every mount of the pieseat year. J«iy showed ^.:::Vtt.::42 tons of irei^iii «:ar:i-d as compared with 2.2?:'».- F.TS ia July, l*->2. Passengers num*- Base Ball Today At 0. F. A. Campus The Commercial Xiae hase ball ckih will cross hats with Brier-Hill to^n team on the O. K A. cam pus t4iis afJ»*tnoou. Jimmie Du:r wiH hurl for the stidents. Helen Moody and English Entrant Defeat Opponents ir>.m9 for Juiy a year a^o. ' g0 Deat out the Yankees in a 12- The Trent canal, of course, car- mn i n ^ struggle 8-7. Babe Ruth hit ried the largest number last month j ano ther homer. Cleveland took the with 1M&4, compared with 10,-j Red s )X of Boston 6-5 and the Ath- 251 in July. 1^^-. The only canal j j etics whitewashed Detroit *-0. which did not show an increase I g { . oreS : in pas^en^ers was St. Peter's. N. \ S.. the number bein? ^i. exactly the same as a year a??o. the Dom- inion Bureau ot\ Statistic-? stated. Washington Senators won their j The Stars have traveled all over ?u?- in . ,.*,.o;«rii* ^mo with their 5-3 the state this season and have de- . . . -. 11th straight game witn tneir $ U f ^ ted ^ ^ ^- cent of tne The big water carnival to be teams thev have met. CSeorge WiU held at Alexandria Bay today wil liams said last night that he had doubtless draw many ^™^- assembled a powerful team to bat- fans from this city. 0\er iw en- Ue the Stars and that he expected tries have been received for the nine events on the program and some of the best men and women to win the game and get into the championship series. ^ A I* -Ram'^ 4 * tons UP an i FOKBST HMAS. Aug. ^^f^^ar's of 4^^ again marred the program of the Although in the Welland Ship! ( Canal, shipments of barley increas- • {ed by 5».77(i tons, rye by 37.76^ toc-s. *'heat by J15.->16 tons, and 11 other commodities by lesser amounts compared with last year*? shipments, these were more than offset by increases of lf»i*,$9.> ton* of soft coal, 28.725 ton? of iron ore, 20.7SC tons of sugar. 54.12S tons of merchandisp and small in- crease? in other commodities. The total of 1.121.302 tons was an in- crease of W*^% ton*, and the total jfor the season to July 21 of 4.^7,- \'\ increase over last tons. National League Boston. 5; Pittsburg. 2. New York. S: Chicago, 4. Brooklyn. 5: St. Louis. 2. Philadelphia. 12: Cincinnati. Philadelphia, 3: Cincinnati. 2nd game. American League Chicago, 5*; (New York. 7. Cleveland. 6; Boston. 5. Washington. 5;. St. Louis. 3. Philadelphia. 6; Detroit, 0. International League Albany. 6: Toronto. 1. Albany. iO; Toronto. 2. 2nd. 0. Local and Social Zr~^'\\^~ri Harold Murphy Buys Drug Stock ! ^ d A rehearsal session of the Le- gion drum corps will be held to- morrow night at 7.34» at the arm- ory. Every member is urged to ai- th# .^ w*re played in * rain. Mi^ ***** N - \ UMil iLT ll tIie Announcement of the sale of titleholder in V&*. beat ^^ stock, fixtuies and accounts t sensation, M*** K }**^ - *!? ^'; ret^iva*!^ of t£ie C. C. I>ona4« 4ra^ iong stmr^^ **• * 41 ' '..'' ]_ T L ': Ftore in GouTeraeur to Harold can com i« a i Meeting of Bowlers on Wednesday The annual meeting of the Ou- j i dens'!)iir4 BowHnir Association wiH be held at the Crescent Bowlini; i Alley? on Wednesday evening, i August 23. at 8 o'clock. Officers for the coming year will be elected at this time and the business of or- ' ganizing the various leagues ta- : ken up. It was stated .last night by ; the president of the association that It is very important for all meml>ers of the organization to be : on hand for the meeting as ira-! port am change? in the personnel of the w*ams\are to be discussed. AH other persons interested in en- tering teams in the leagues for next season are invited to attend the meeting. H.K.1I Witts ]*w4V vwl ^ ily fro ° l: Mu;liv of Uourerneur. w« m*d«- Heelv of fr^igland in the oth-: Tkae l^ v %The puwrhase 4-2. Mrs. Jioody Mary «K match *•!••• r. and Mrs. Burnham and daughTer Emily and 9on Jaaves of A*any are speoduog the week, end with Mr. ana Mrs. Allen Welt at tfrHr «4im«aer home, RotkJedgc. I •Mrs. Henry McCunville. da«ghter{and two women a* ram runner swimmers in the state are to com- pete. The events are to be staged in a roped enclosure in the river directly in front of the Thousand Island House and will be plainly visible from the main dock. Frank X. Shields rather showed up the members of the American Davis Cup team in the Newport tennis championships concluded yesterday. Framk defeated Ells- worth Vines, the American champ, in the semi-final and then won from Wilmer Allison in the finals yesterday. Attorney TeepeU Is CriticaUy ffl Ccas: G«ard seizes luxurious' yacht with ten gayly garbed men' WATKRTOWN. Aug. 19.—Attor- ney Herbert C. Teepell. 5S, of 242 Central sireeL one of the <beat known lawyers in Jefferson Coun- ty, is, in a critical condition at the i House of the Good Samaritan with I an emhotiam. His recovery is ex- jpected. however. was con-' n^atrii-e and son Orman. and Har- of the Ri»un« of cobs meet in the other on mo»aay- ^ for We4ineoday. Indications are for the two H^lea* \ petition of iavolnntary haak- • the final on Tnes4ay. j raf«-y wa> filed June 1^, and 1 •_• _. •mf to ducted at a private sale through j^ j. Johnson leave this morning mi ^i„ Miss NnthaH in one « w A ttoniey James C. Dolan, receiver. j for puttsharg to attend the rnn-j 4 ^ 11 »^lth ^rmi-fiaals tomorrow and Itototny wfco ^^ advertised l*e hankmpi '^^i ^ B H . Brooks, official of the England and Helen Ja- J j HU . im . f;ii for ^ a i^ at a nahlic saiejn;^ w york TeJepbone company, who died Friday- ! ! The Catholic Times, puMtehed j , in London, say* that Mi** Margaret j BidmelL danghter of the Kt. Rev. Rhrar* J. BidwelL former Bishop •f the Anglkaa diocese of Ontario' jaad now rector of SfiBUwie. Kenuj \ has been received into the Roman TORONTO. Ang l>--J^ Kirk- io«- An af.prai»il <^mnmttee c^-Je^^^ije chorea. Dr. Bfdwei! artist sistinr of Edward A. M j When a roadside stand is attrac- tive to the eye. and the goods of- Rec |«s* slain fey hunters of hid-; fered for sale are attractive to the j palate, profits should foUow. Joe Kirkwood Wins Jaly 27. after tho MtKes*oa Sy c-nse Drag company. J. W. Mas-! irja Son, ami Charles Hahoatd. ! Canadian Golf Open Son S: Company brought on the invoingtary bankraptcy proceed- tittee coa-i inek *^«* Artist sisunr m amwara A- moontey. Ei Murray ONfOd. today won the champiomxhip. It was the first^ma- •^ tnaraament thud twe best trick ^ ^_ i m »kp business aaa ft^r shooter in tne •\~~T^ ^ w -ira M:. Mar§saut took m ^ He beat oat »«~\«^ **\ ^ . „, BO , T „^ L imx lumiwrroa lo achmve h» trv * y ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^. u nmph inclndinar. Gewo * ariPg> lria ?h> *-ia-r oeen eaa^cyed in ihe: Johnny FarrWL The play was aeon ^^ ^^ ^ lh ^ A 0 Kianey . over O^ comise of tbe Royal IOT* D ^ Co ^ G ^ mwmirumT ,^^1 ClmV noted as tbe stiaTest in the VBOdNr «acp^jy h-iwcam- secre^a-yj «-*••_«_ I CatbOlkr Chnreh. ur. BMwetf re- turned to Enfitaad after his re»4^- aation as Bishop at Kingston wh*-a price at iver the Mur- ] he wao #<iiieeded by Rt I A. Seagar.—BroekviBe . And Times. •r i AN ADVANCE AD BRINGS RESULTS THE NEW DEAL SPOT PLAZA CASINO . • Free Dancing .. 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