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_.Ti TWO GAS & ELECTRIC DEFEATED 6 TO 4 M? «**mm^ ''*$m Ruth and Lou Gehrig Hit Home Runs l^iFwiNS 15-1 Cleveland Indians Take Double- ... header from Boston Red Sox .1\ . 9-3; 2-Q Although cuthit. Chazy managed to score a 6; to € triumph over the I Gas and. Electric company baseball • outfit yesterday afternoon in a game played on the Chazy dia- mond. Merqn and Swan did the hurling for Chazy and \BuUet Joe\ Ppterra and Tom Giambruno took turns on the mound for the Gas and Electric. G. & E. 004 000 OOO—4 10 0 Chaay 004 100 Olx—6 8 0 Proterra. Giambruno and Gold; Meron, Swan and Bouye'a. - CADYVILLE DEFEATED BY TWILIGHT STARS JJEW YORK. Aug. 17. ./P>—Red Barnes starred at bat and in the f^eld, today to give the Chicago 55Thit% Sox an even break with the | «^he Twilight League All-Stars XWK^s in a double bill. New York evened the series with (JAdyvffle won the first game 8 to 7. in ten | yesterday pounding out * liftings and Chicago took the sec- \ wm the game 12 to g. Cadyville -ondln five innings 6 to 1. The ' itame was called on account of AY NIGHT \Honey-Boy\ Hughes to Box \Baby-Face\ Q'Conneli SIX RfflJDBATTLE Pat Gendrow. Vermont Light Heavy i • weight to .jEaekfe \Bit Bill\ {Barney in Sijmll-Fta*! Encowiter PLATT#l)IK(|H 0A|ty >Rp5 • ^ , 1 kMM£jgwsm£fc ,' ; 4«j m$ w Suare; iirgen^ States T0TA»af 'H BRUCE ' . : -I\. YORK. AUg. 17. <M-*Tu3ta the, joy and pride of pi ine, makes his third 0nli«d appearances Tuesday night at Qufeensboro stadium, NeW York,] to feature ah otherwise drab -Week of bo: The slugging lightweight, whose decisions ever old Joe 61fek and young Herman Perlick have failed to ahnw mueh, if to meet Bruce Flowew. New York, negro, in a iQ round ibout expected to arotiss A*- IEN TO ATTEND _Z.«~ e\ * *•!> ** It.—38 genttne : v.. less and rain. '•• iBarhes drove in three runs in the second game on three hits, one a tigjftei' while Watwood sent two more across. Red Faber allowed the '1?isj5£:ees only four hits. - Tile Yankees won the first game 'On Charley Rufflngs pinch single in the tenth when sent Ruth home ; witn the deciding run. Ruth tied the (Sount in the seventh by clout- . r ffig his 44th home run. Henry John- Son relieved Pipgras in the seventh after the Yankees mid blown a five'? four »»«W* Dan <* row of the tun lead and got credit for hispAU-Stars hit three out of four, fourth victory in nine days as ft JC«*y*M«». 210 012 020- 8 10 0 All-Stas, 021 050 22x—12 15 0 Pavro and McGarr; Goldman and \Honey-Boy*' Hughes, amateur featherweight ; champion of New Vork State, and \Baby-Pace\ O'Con nelL amateur featherweight title- hokier of the pominion of Canada 15 hits to j are to battle Friday night\ at Leon- ard's Pavilion on the Lake Shore Head for greater .glory in the rinks of amateur pugilism. Hughes and Q'Conhell are to face each other in a bout scheduled for six-rounds the feature of the second card as held a 3 to 0 lead when the All- stars went to-bat in their half of the second frame. \They scored twice In the second and. tied the count in the' third. Cadyville again took a lead scoring a rp in |h« fifth but of bouta at the Pavilion thi» sum- the All-Stars hit, lustily in the last , mer. The winner of this bout if Of- j half of the inning to score five runs, jfered immeasurable prominence in Prom then On Cadyville always! future ring en«agemettt§~HPO*riMy threatened but the tight defense eventual ascension to the rank of and exceUent hurling of Goldman j professionalism where their re- subduel them. spective talents will lead to but nothj CooUdge of Cadyville had a per- jnig but fame and fortune. feet day at bat getting four hits out thU l! h •!-. t&.'te relief hurler. Chicago 000 013 300 0—7 13 New York 011 130 100 1—8 16 0 Lydnst. Henry and Tate: Pipgras. Johnson and Dickey.\ Chicago 023 01—6 II 0 New York 000 10—1 4 2 Faber atid Tate; McEvoy. Wells and Bengough. Dickey. Senators' Streak, Ended WASHINGTON, Aug. 17. (#)— Detroit ended Washington's winning, streak of six games in a big way today, pounding three Washington pitchers for 17 hits and 15 runs. The score was 15 to -1 with Sorrell hold- ing, the \second place Senators in check at all stages. Detroit 560 010 201—15 17 1 Washington 010 000 ooo—i 8 5 1 Sorrell and Hayworth; CrOwder., lisfea, Fischer and Spencer. Indians Take Two Games Boston. Aug .17. ^—Cleveland took & double* header • from Boston Dandrow. Witnessing thia context, it in fondly expected!, will be a crowd far superior in number to the throng that made its way to the first card and made this second match possi- ble For in addition to the six-round bout between the two popular fea- therweights, there is a scheduled six-round encounter between Pat Gendrow. Richfoird. Vt„ light heavy weight and 'Big Bill*' Burney. Pittsburgh's popular colored ring- jman; another scheduled aix-round ALBANY. N. Y„ Aug. 17. </P>— event feature* Joey Burke. Montreal State Senator Benjamin Antin of- j who wlU »f» ta t * ckle ^ w Gordon ASKS RECOGNITION OF SOVIET GOVERNMENT New York City in an op*ch letter to Governor Roosevelt today urged that the Democratic platform this fall contain a pledge to ask the fed- eral government to, recognize the Russian Sqviet government. He wrote it was \impossible to continue ignoring a government TAITDWTV lUUKIiti Does Keller Coa^yCwK Eight Under Par »hw»M*»Wfow*M l H0RT0N SUTH TURD Ce»p4%Mi a 72-fiM* f Atal fll »• .Strife** WMh. Tw» Itowbda ct tfaaiU* NA JMCDDDlJEBtXRY, Vt., Aug, men with football experience were aefected by Coach Benjamlri H. Beck to refetttn^to AOddJebury lor *W»W^ty-practice before the open- tomot fiw college. The football r eamP will open on Monday, September,8« s Aw^f\ the mtn from. New Yorkj Bfcak r«iue«fced to return early are: j i*ire«nce jAbounty, West Ohaiyj mm % ^ Jfc«wfava, Poft Henry «nd Ray*h5hd E» Sorenson, piatta- {ijiniggjj^ ' : ^m Inning Conte*t burgh, , | To«*nt <m Kntlaad Lot .Yesterday | /Al&nm* Pre* Cwwrft -i J- WlBBTPGRfT, N. Y*. Aug. 17. (M-~ Glerina Collefct, national .champion UidaV wott the yfitm^A wwiual Barksdale Invitation tournament at the IVestport Golf ClubV She defeat=- ed mwim iriyder of Itye tfe m$ one. I The men's championship we: to Joseph G. McMahon of Whoj defeai, J,^ Bt. Scheneck hi ion, pa., seven arid six.,, PAPERMMERS BLANKED 4-0 WiuiiBg '.WSfimm Poiat, atreng)Lhene<l} its --,- - claim to mythical b«»eb«U champion •care-crc |ahlp oil jmtbtftL New itbtk, .jty*' terday afternoon by nosing^ out'Au- sabie l^rk*, 5 to 4, in a n extr* |nn- l lttit contest Two mvm^*e plays du» 'ing in AuSable ForksV rally in | the j sixth innini; almoet cost \Cannon/ JbiiU Dick\ ^vlng the game im|,r- way* M may have to provide ius„piu* # W 'the club Prwtn ^w» widely '#»#» sections of the county irepolrt* of invasion of mi- £ by crows, one as an asset, the Brooklyn Robins Shutout \\V* Chicaro'fi 5 to 4 Victory Pat. It TWO ' ihei Beji # Ko\Wer »t)d , BTenry' Moeea were ijlayittg i match *#'Hb& RnnS SCOred ^[«ttW himself down and with/|un-|*tott!B3lIs country citib, ^oxVill&, ***^ *ple wmtl managed to M^;th^|TetMi m the iWhrtoo^ Kohler Inning victory. Krving allowed nine hi) sinybid flttt a ^etfe*t^ drivei Whilel^ 8 ^ 6 * ^< ^ond #aae for -»^__L _«,^^.. .i -IL.JL- »,; JL^Lr ivisitors; lasted less than tw« ROY & RAYMOND PirCHi^^r^ 0 '^ i jtlxth.. frame two ana if^jKmk. sliced y* r&gh. $* tth inning | searched, they saw a crow fly tip YleUcd Only Fire Hit* Yea-J ) they tied t«rday •AftenKxm | J^hrenth. f t Roarfc ARTKAGE, N. Y. Aug. 171--;^ the. )-^3everal weU plated m] coupled with an outfledr «*6r Plattsburgh, weliterWeight who has recently catt his shadow acroet the pugillxUc horhKwi as a potdbUf^r. In a bout llaltttd for four roundi, George'Smarte^ ilontreal, feather- weight wlU opbose Pal MoacowiU] of this city, whjl* roundint out the card which is scheduled for thirty rounds of good, bad or indifferent - ST. PAUL. Minn.. Aug. ;M, <JPi — \Ll|^t4Hor»e BJ^lfy' , Cooper more than upheld his sobriquet today by galloping away with first prise money In the rich $10,000 »t Paul open tjolf champion. \ } captured the title and 1$M* If complliht a 72-hole total of. HI stroke*, fight under pw, for the^ tB& m ^^ by cihJu«tJioiishlp Kelkr coun|y coumjtbe oth^ earned run, and three ahota lower than the io4 oeorge JPiiirpk wenj/the route for tal tallied by Toay Mniero of NtwJ^ i^dtpttidtnti aid neter wa* i» M W YorvwhoflnWied teeotid iaci i*4|. nger cf mm% /^ ^Wed only * celved $2,000. I ,f|j Ve ^^ ^^ Todiy*s victory, clinched by tw§| 0 p p< j |le<J brilliant rounds of If and up. l^Ncne-half In ^hat.jw|th;t*ie ba^l in his toontfau * T^ie and, ab error;crow] carried it *tnii|ht down iho. the visitors jand ^Orwjdy an4o^ofipMik oil the die of the green. •• .,..' .,' . *. •,• Moees ruled the ball up to within six inchc* ot the mp ^dipor^itt eagle! three, a© also won the wftph at 4-aU in the misfortune' in i!% hit Landry and issued! ants a'nd the Cardinals divided a idouhleftiadif here i»day, New ^ork winning the first game 12 to 4 and St. '^Loilistne-'»8Cor>d *4Vtov4. * The Giahfcs hammered''Wild Bill'' ^Ua^n from <ihe mound in the ^h ftul^g Ofc t# «rafe ganie, but ^M^Oitk^'^ii^ atea4ily -In A the slfceff piece to give the Cardinals art ;eyen bm% Bflil^ Walker, who the in- to Mem Marshall Kingled and mi so.uee^ed in Landry with the I* the Cartoage Independehta a wmntag run. Ito 0 ahutout over the aa»n*c|/ l^let, , •> mp and Paper Company bajebtHj Neyrey saved the t^mie for Kousee team of mtaburgh, here tbJa^f* p^at ^ ^ $fr m te^ bJ m0a& jlnobott. An apparetnly eat/ out & m »hoe^tiing eateh which would gwent for * triple with two^nen oa j^^ n^^^ tmt> t^ und uadouM- •^•^•edly, the game. struckout ten and Rojark At !|toe Surinehann*. Cojintry club Johnitown, Pa* Ov A, Sfcwade a»i Panl i J, Bracken were playing ; # match, oa the i?l»i« hole, aawifdt fdrovej to the edge of tn# rough. As [the flayer and eatidy approaclied _ !t)ie\4wfe where the tell ^pedij they noticed a Wack crow idru|tt|rig up the fairway, followed by live or Next Sunday afternoon the North which has functioned for more than ,„»„«. „, *w*~. ten years over an area almost three *rlttg ftthting aU told, are two four- timefe the size of the United States.\ {round Ulta in ifiMCh Freddie Smith He said the present American policy * of Montreal will engage M3A Jerry worked hardship and was detrimen- , Lapj^te of P^Uaburfh and Kid tal' fo our economic well-bcinK. An £e toaay : 9to^ and 2to .0. The' tte \said he-believed our system «? * of Platstounh trade '-Jifava. Imeawi gasne was called at the end J government so superior to Rusda\*' ^ bmU ar | fxpet ^ d m ^jja, -ta*e-ewe»«i iaHlp#on w*piait o|;| <fi tie^l fear^nothtof ,fro*n .them. ] ^^ ^a .« \ ?i$k° ^Sunday baseball law single*.. Be was who Went four and» wartJ ^^ Suburban League chimp * M >.n* -«^4 **m »i» nn«--i z™ -^~ knd by* Raymond, tjj^ ^ StbntreaL wW furnish .Mie dentally erased the bio* ®#*Mft k *outh»aV. Roy gave four hits and opposite oa^ttand tjat. r- blanded Uie Indt$>iSia«itt; ... -. • • : i for^he »mamlng Oiree arkl o»e-J »i^ bo* *core:-- ' innings, Raymond gave but one jfnw Fotet * ab ' The 'box score:— 8. I*. * P. C*.' ' ab suffered during the itm open at Minneapolis .during: w! 1 his hotel room waa rifled of and clothe* valued at tl^OO. > 'I knew the twin cltiee have anything but teod htcaf me w ~Ck»ptr' aald with m t*te.; flnUhed. \•Trd* victory w forget all about that\ Hortoh smith, always a |'*1%.Jfedi*ns. scored five runs in the sixth inning of the first, game on only two hits, for Htoraee^Lisen- ike and Big Ed Morris could not Intjd,'the plate and issued sbj bases | «ntballs.. • 'I ' *: -Glint -Brown outpitched [Danny SftacPayden of the Red Sox 'iri the '.ufesohd game, showing greater ef- '• Ifjtctiveness in. the pinches. Mon- |lp» led the Indians' attack in the SJI^ht cap with three singles in as | -^j[*ny-\times at bai j 1f|teVelaMd 100 025 020—9 11 1 J ^OS&n 0J)1 000 002—3 12 1 \ iteidlin and L. Seweli: Liseubee. GIVES HIS TO SAVE SIX AS BOAT CAPSIZES MIX! 'Dame and Ak^red DMroeher both, \£!**' ^^LS^S^^^M ^»-«»»_i_*w..-_^ i^_«j_-.ka^,_i- .with a 1 an total, to -wm Q\ J Fourth tsfp* w/dter mmn . ^ ii l * ^**» ' wbWe iaejie Sarasen {.matebed. both bj weight and taient entaoo H ^ um foP tifm ^ m ^ , ringmen who can punch and get punched and make the fans like ithera. •# t m *-•» • • 2M>. Johnny Gcodman orpmana tu- ny tapped the amateur* -Id the jfl«ii Stelx, sa ... Boach, 2t> .. Bumey, ib Motet, ib t V^*M>*ift^ **. »*-••-••,••» Baasette. It .... iy, p ...» yraood, p Totak Oiifiiiije' 5 5 S 5 •S 5 3 9 $ tted with Tommy Amm tt\Q**f*X \ c»oit western open ,champ, wius tTeeney, m . * Patridk»'3b Bride Of Three Months Sees Lieut. Cavanagh Drown TO SOLVE CHIEF 1 !••***-? *§ • -a « and Henry. B|Jfeton •Brown and Gonnolly. 100 001 0—2 10 l 000 000 0—0 4 1 Myktt; M&cFuyden International League * • .,..,„• , (By the Associated Press) '•*f. .010 |0Q 000 000—2 11. 1 Jf^ey City iOO 000 ooi 001—3 13 0 •0t^} *»d Jonnard; Miner and Sctwafflott s£jgy«gGif.- 000 xm 0—1 3 1 J^jptty - • « -800 00*2 Xr-4 7 \ jPrci^ra'SSf andf Joijnari; Alien and • Bib'gherty. T0»0Ht» WC(HR?Q0i M»~4 10 3 Bailtuiaore 000 000001 001—2 11 1 Page *$d.Tbttlips; Koupal and Pajlderi. I ~ \ Toronto ^\ W 000 1—2 6 Safltimore\ - 50*3 002x—7 ^a 3 j&amffi,8lmuelstRa.0W.n, Bay and McMullen, Balf^aio - :oocc ooo $ «-.i Bejsding : ,. 043 000 oox—7 13 1 jLeverett, Wertss.and Munn: Herr- msn.and Stack. Buffalo 002 300 0- -5 9 1 RB»di»g . 10;200 0—4 8 1 Bloomer and Grube; Carts. Welch an$ Whitney. Monti olO 001 ODD 000 Ql-3. 7 0 ifewarJt ooo oio ooi ooo oo—2 ii 2 griffin and Head; Speece and ^.Hargreavesi' ,Montxeial . 101 200 1-^5 my?*?* 100 001 G-;2 - Olaset and Head; Thomas BURLINGTON. Vt.. Aug. 10 Somewhere in Missi&qu&i Bay lies the body of Lieut. Alien Cnvanaugh. 26-year-o!d U S Cavalry ofllcef and Son af Col. H LaT Cavanaugh of Washington. DC How he jrave his life to save In^ bride of three months and five N j'York girls, all clinging to a partly- ' submerged outboard motorbe<a.t is the story of his drownmgj Tours- ( I day a/ternoon Aii'd to Mrs! Cavan- * augh's cAlm' lierolsm do these Ave ^ Agrarian tions Block Path To Stability 1 a 3*» totat « .. . ' Bia*m*n. cf Cooper within ttriktog, di*tamte o! si^ktck, 2b ithe lead froowihe fl»t rouhd| oa rf^ ^ _ Sieved, himsell. riglit over .-tftej to? cafct' lb 'on Uie iJomeWard stretch of i his., 'ttjoroing round today. Tied j for fourth place at the end of tt^ftet ^^•„,.„/,..,*> * |37 , * Ro4lfeg « 0 i nt . j u hoW yesterday. Cooper tfflrtrt a fc # ^ ^ m ^ •o M| JSL*%: out on his third round ditb i. m <»? .&*&*; : 004 000 0Ox-« I Aw8 * bli F ^ m ' ill Liber (Wfc <\ to, '-P |lr f0r the ^ rtl l I 2? e i5Sl Ro»i batter -la-Cole. Two t b«*e' m I*«»wl H\**^ j Coming' back. *—* ***\ -—— wide open w s: Terry, tt -Purple; p It -' ab 4 3 a 2. • •'#« » ^ **# r o 0 0 o. 0 0 ;o o 0 0 r I 1 1 -i- o' 6 « > 4 at 1 # V t 1 o » ft »'• i * I 6 24 b « •3 2 1 2 7 8 3 0 a- \» 0 i 0 1 0 0 s i. i s .«. 9 X 1 0 5 0 0 0 I 8 fdhrtttle, 8b ^.. v* lb 1,'v.,...... ..*.»•, Tudljjope, 2b Weatherwax. c .Hogan, rf Duffy, rf ^ AstfiajMia F£KtBS • wNMOMf' 3b 1 Boarby ¥ Hlfwirt ~ Orajooo. ° ©eloriSj rf .Fountain, as ....'. * Patnd. * Aunchraan. %b * Msconi. rf *•.-. t% * .. f» »».*.-«. * * h .1 % 2 six ofiber erowa. ecawade cornmented on the of the bird and his jet black pi; age. it was then seen that the er had the ball as his objective and, befor^ the persons in the/match could; come up with it, the bird picked up the ball and flew away. | The question arose as to whether 0 a crow Is a haaard. It was decided 1 that it waa a live/but unnatural t haxaiti, so ancKher^bali was play- 2 ed without a peiialty 'strobe; \ '' All W which ciuses John T. Boyle O of this American Sports Publishing! 0 company to enqidre what birds will 1 carry j balte /away, from miniature Tbe veteran speedbaHer, Clarence M|tohp%;traded to the Grants by m m4i$$te 'jmi\vm .,^**.'.<** : winning pitcher in the first game. ' ileW ITor k Ml OMf 010—12 17 i : ^•lotds/;;. f , m W$rp$&J*:$ ^ 1 1 >' ' Mitchell,. Heving - and OFarreil;' ; Hallahan, Johnson, Bell. lindsey and Mancuso. •/,,\. New\^otk \J joo-oooia^d--^. '$:%/ fa&HJti*'/-;- •^^-•0<bc r || 13.;^.;' 'WWi^ry' l^ett i ,*',P^i*ijalee.'•,-*|i ? Hcgan;/^»»1me& and, Mancuso. Cabs Defeat PniUiea /17/,.i^^B*ini;- advantage;of Collard's .wildness in eigh& tarjtag to^ *^ Cubs defeated PWladelphia, 5 ; 4 .t^day-. :«nd.' re^toied'/thf^ two • and one-half 0a^ t ^§a4^i^^ • the \National League. 'I J ;. Guy Bush held the Phillies fairly well to hand while Collard jrulned\ hir. own. cause in the eighth by walking.'two. iaen. and hitting ah- other wnlch wilh % sfngfe arid *: ^ fielder's iifl^ce'teoi^i^'^'/i^to-'; 1 ning runs. *' .'-.'\ ,'' ; 1: . - ' ; JB$b#0$fc . 10 OBt 101^4 ,« '.[ I .Chicago\ .'. _, i«r'o62'f^-^,:i ; 0' Collard. piiott arid Rensa; Bush ^d'^rbftett;.' ^ '-'i ',V;'/ -'- v ; ,_\ Robins ^nkPinUes -'/ ' • BROOKLYN; Aug.-w^ ; <a^-xj^B^r: |1?a«fce. completely baffled the Ft- !,taies''^eite today ans'':|hei\i ^bi^s>J . in line or perhaps can- the best bet from .; the ieuigestions of spar- {«tru|giing to retain their; jrfe da ^second plate, celebrated a; home stand o fbi^e day w$^*%& to '&:$&•< l-to^-loy^'pifebsbmcigb;. Vaaie .fawned.; Were' M-ell-'' ••?seatb*«6i| i-eaa^plb;'jfc^.*^t ! |j^b^.jmM^tipee.'^gi^s; lijfed-.io-: •|^o^1for : |SeiBttsit^»\. \ c' 1-/\ .' Lar^„Fiiencb>.- whb^opposed'\ ,\ : |fte\ [veteran Vance became,two dOfh*.^ the „ja*sfc; inning when *Bah| .?B^- ( man followed Fiedertciki Single -#itli bis. 27th h^mer off the * seaMlriv' Frenjch pitchled the, complete* game stnall boy was responsible-for ok' *b?4ew-i>emi5K.ia«gl^i. \jwair enjoyed 1» the qualifying Metropolitan district 0 for• \tbe POA. fchampionship. when 1 the CBd, Master failed to rquafty •0 ? |or\'jthe championship he.has wortj! * flyeitlmes. little feUow, Witlx Ms brother ^ n S%ibweItei hS Two base h««—Mai younger, Joined Hagen as an es it he ripped the cOui*e'. **T?J-\^ ^TmT /I!\*T^\IM smart M and »ky-rbck r f^ ^^f^ 1 ^V't^i i rave him a ™. - ^ -^-^ ^ ^^ fl||W ^ m 0 ^ ^.j eted ium int^ MEXICO ©TTY. .i^—Competent observers here fnwesee an early so- lution or at least amelioration, of the' two principal problems in Mex- ico's path to permanent stability. . These problems are the .agrarian and tlie labor questions, both born of the revolutionary movement i _*. -rt*K . «rr-«rf t« ^n* 3. by Purple 5. Losing pitcher j J quarter way mark, with a grand to-. OM , . . ........ .* * !m t\yyi girls, young daugriters of,wealthy, whld . .^ owed ^ doWttM of the Porfirio Dlax rttgune almost two | decades ago. . . I There already is a noticeable ten- i dency by the country's leaders to imrents. probably owe their lives Sees Hu^bal^d Sink, to Death Her duty was dtvijied bPtween keeping th<* girls ubo're the rough surface ol tiie bay and aiding her tal of. 210 stroke*, one km Uun Manero'a • 54-hole total. On the blistering homeward »me. 'the greatest ever carded on the Keller .cour&e.- lie •clicked off Ave birdies and made every one of tlhcm count by playing par even on, the rest of the hsies. t —.Jet, walking from tee to green iqym PH with |him on several hole& After Q0S,X0O'_4--4tVVlHr t had taken two fives at paii ) four holes,, the li|tle fellow, in all , innocence, asked: \•M^^ Hagen, have you ever seen Bobby Jones play?\ i {.er. safc that he was not being \kid- ded,\ j and broke into a laugh that could)be heard two.fairways off. I'. \Yek Son, I have seen him play.\ he said. '*'..'' Instead of erodting when The #diedule for tins week^s game fvfc \DoWH $QS$F Hmnor III la ii>e' iieatue !&• as fotiows: ». /• . (• Uoodsy—Icandy Kids' vs. Gas-. SsV hB\.HttWfc , ';. : 'A ' I--,--. --. -,.. had 4 lot to do wi,Ui the Lord and Allen! Pittsburgh 000 000v000—0 8 0 Brookiyn. 200 ip OOx—5 10 0 * Frepc hand Hemiley;: Vance and, Lope*' • • ^-- ''• .'* \ ,„ : ft»ves-WiI^'Two , \'* QINCiimATX, Aug. IT, C^H-The Bostori Braves took both ends of aj- Sunday bargain; bill here today win- Thej Haig looked at the question- ^ning the opener 4 to 3 .sind takmf that .Manero had finished j of him with hb 283 total. * Tueadayv-tth Ward vs. Tigersy .-j 'Wednesday—$th Ward vs. Kaiwiy % heard ahead Cooper sailed right along and fin- Kil\ '•• •• islied with another par-fracturtnfi Thursday—4th Ward lleir Act On Ik Asr Daily j ; give guarantees to large as well as j score a 70' to clinch his triumph, j B«mc. vs. / ts&s blr Hecate wis to « tm sink j ^^ la \ d ^»^ *« ih ** laild l Manero teoder at.the halfway mark! Prtdty^pen date.' to his death age. Mrs . _ , titles wlU remain- mtact, a tendency By dmt of rare cour-, whJ( , n ft ^^ m ^ ^ Cavauaugh talked U*,^ defln<id mUcy &M bmy ^\ these ^hxee drifted to shore and sent out COST** nam i$mimi& °f °^° s< * te \H 1 \ ver4it£- Resident of the Amerieajft Ch«imical ; ^ocieiy. reports that to pecieW^^aftc publisatioris.\ / ]vanaagh,,his wife and girls out of frenzy aided theni in getting back to the crfift when the waves forced them oil and uibout 4 o'clock Hi the afternoon - fivet hours after the boat overturned, they were rescued ' Lieutenant Cavanaugh with Ills wife, seven girls, and Miss Jeanette Cutts. another counsellor, all of the \Brown Lea^J2amp at Malletts Bay were returning froni a trip to Ca- llftda, A high sea'was running. This craft, a canoe! capsi^d about three miles off Phlllipsburgl P. <Q. While 'the girls >were getting, into. Uie out- 'board. motorboat. the - latter also overturned. • ' , Tiu*e Go For Help Thinking quickly, the young offi- cer sent Miss Cutts and two of the best swimmers among the £iris fo* lielp, Ranging to the overturned canoe in about an Ijour, three parties. But because of the condition of 'the water, the rescu- ers could not r find Lieu'tehaht Ca- the five J grow and brin It a confidence permitting renewal of agricultural ttivcfunenw. The government eaiinot. however, go back on its pledge to give land to the peons. «i disturbing factor in the title question: The way to settle the problem,, as a man promi- nent i nthe couwtny's. guiding forces recently said, is to set a, time limit for the distribution, after which the agrarian pledges would be con- eidertd fulfilled. Tilts solution, ob» servers say. is lifiely to be adopted. Another of the government's with a 139 total, shot two par \72'a 1 today Horum Smith also shot a 0$ his rtrml round to land third. / on A church in. Long Island' City. N. ¥.. is running free band concerts EVIDENCES OFiTATIC EVEN IN THE DEEP SEA NEW YQ1 bottejn of Iff^Igven sea there' at are ' the evi- as a counter-attraetion to nearby | detos 0 / /gtatic » ^d 0 ther inter. speakeasies. girls. Meanwhile, the lieutenant kept diving futilely to separate the feea- vy outboard m^tor from their boat because .the Weight* was keeping the stern .beneatHi the surface, leav- ing only a portion of the^bow for' the seven persons to grasp. It is believed that in coming up after one of these dives, he struck his head on a. part of the motor and was stunned. Hence his inability i fto survive. pledges obliged it to give industrial workers, certain concessions. These fconeessjons grew out-of hand, until the then president. Emilio Partes 'Oil. a dyed-in-the-wool laborite. ad mitted that the pendulum had twung from a. domination by capi- tal to a domination by iaboriand that it would have to settle back to a resting point. / ' The effect on the country's pros- perity was apparent an/i slowly the pendulum has started/its backward J or ft mice./ . .„ . • This was observed on a submarlncf cub*/hi Trinity Bay, Newfound^ bo/-Which was compared with » 4 l/Sp aerial, by use of amplifyttig Oe-, HEW YORK, i/fy - This is tne «: | stcr>\ of Uncle Abe and David. j But, unlike the greeting ihat 'opens the daily radio account of the experiences cf two \down east\ Yankees along the sidewalks or -$rew York, it has a diflereiit meaning. It te something of a peep behind'the scenes. «ne!e Abe and David, to start with, were coiceived i nthe active mind of Phillips H. Lord, ^hywn , ~\: for the Seth Parker radio series he 1 w created,' • Radio brings them to life for., a short time eaeh day. They are two ability to \get - their . stuff \ over\: via the microphone- For in- j Boston, stance. Lord saw light en a Maine fnrm.4 Allen lived thi searly life in the sinall town of Gowanda. N.Y^ not far from Buffalo. Aftfer graduating from Bowdoin college in 1925. Lord, who is only 28 yejtrs old; decided New,Y.ork of- fered; him a chance to become a ma gaztae writer. He got a job \in a candjj factory to\ provide roof and food. (and .spent his nights writing-] the 13 inning night Cap 9 to 8 af» ter 37 men appeared in: the linoup of the second game which iiisted 2 hours and,53 minutes. Eleven pitch-- eis saw service in the night *cap> Benton anc\ KOip making tibeir sec-i; ,,ond appearance of the day for the Bed.s. ..;*'..•'; 000 003.100—4 12 0 Cincinnati 300 000 000—3 10 4 about* \down east\ characters. • • Be j got started .on the radio by listening to the radio. One night at a friend's house he heard a program rural setting. He didn't like jthe Hackneyed dialogue, and his • idea kor the Seth Parker series. which includes Sunday ' at 'Seth Parker's and Seth: Parker's Sining Canfweli and. Cronin; Benton,. Kolp.. Rixey and; Gooch, Sukeforth- Boston . 202 100 002 000 2—9 19 ,1 Cincihnati ,010 0Q1 032 000 1—8 15 '2 Sherdel. Cunningham. Brandt. Smith. ZacMry. Seibpld and Cro-. nin, Berger; Johnson, Kohx Srey, LUcas; Benton and Sukeforth. Schodl. was born. The former .is an lovable old storekeepers from Skow ^ hegan; Me., now taking a long holi- ^cicbain feature, while the latter SliTo^ m the Wg CUy T tWrty T7\* Mrt'w various scions. u£2!£ T about^ te,\ qWnixon! as ^oprteto^ of thalr cross reads j ^ broke ^ on ^ e stage and tunei. ' : ; U» experhnents are reported by Everett -T. Burton of the BeU Tele- phone laboratories.'* He eaid t^e sea water had con- sWerible shJeWing effect ,on some °f the mterference: The disturb- ances registered as \hollow rustling | quadrUlion; *» s proprietors 7 . establishment. WWnirfor \ h y SWlSWng sounds'- swing. Arbitration, courts Are more' and by \tweeks.* moderate now to/ the|r firfdings. f neads of industries have more \eon-1 A a^ fi tbin made from poke trol over their/workers and. 'there|berrig| recently has been used sue is a renewed/interest in industrial development) ce «fiiy Jjjy .Oklahoma , farm, WOUJSA • \ •\ „ , ^ , t J . T . . .befor^ that wai a h organist. His thicle Abf is portmyed by Lord.i coUe ^ da were : who takes the part of Seth Pajrker ^ ! to. ids ether radio appearances, ijiav- id is Arthur Allen,.also famedj for his radio cnarJicterizations of New Englanders, Shartag the popularity that ha developed for &mos \n* Andy! Phil Cook imd oilier continued iiadio ind AUen, with their , Ohio.f After studying music he re- sponded to the,call of the theater, wher^ his rura^ roles in stock, on the rpad and on Broadway finally j led h^m to radio. • i Lord and Allen sort of met by radio; too. Before they, came face features. Lord': Uncle Abe and. David, are bidding place, close by j the Their humor' is lof a i strongly for ftj listener's heart. homey, type. Maybe their own bringing up] has to face, each had closely follpwed the cjther's programs. Shortly after their introduction, Lord suggested the Ifncle Abe and David idea. A jyear'later they went on the air via WEAP and stations. 1 Major League Results American League Chicago 7-6;- New. York 8-1 Cleveland 9-2; Boston 3-0 Detroit 15; Washington 1. Other clubs unscheduled.- National League Pittsburgh 0; Brooklyn 5 . , Philadelphia 4; Chicago 5 New York 12^4; St. Louis-\4-1* Boston 4-9; Cincinnati 3-& American Association Indianapolis. 1-14; Milwaukee Toledo 6-2; Minneapolis 1*8 Columbus 2-3; St. Paul 3-4 loulrvllle 4-0;'.Kansas City 3-9 6-4 Eastern League Springnejd 4-3; Bridgeport 7-1 AU^it^ivn 6-13;, Albany' 5-4 - a -fin - .\i>«_<eaJ ?•¥£&*'. <:Am * m ,*•*; »•« i i I'A-- u o ir MV 1 '** **:- : *9ffi '.I.' •' ¥ w ^f=^^il . ] .,_^reek^, vjg 1 :*^d, : Mjs.i-l • 4perator -\station thj ' li'T. 'E., ; Montreal,j '.\ j.|Miss Sarki MjcJ • tfe home • : 3-v. : :•/ 1 Twenl -!• t I- iS - I ! ' Vice\ Pr4 •t \Visitor at' , C. • B. ' .iueat two : fet. j Regimer. ' jhel^at • jder' the. - Mich^elis, \ j«Ar:tii«r ' evening f\ l^mizy- La Miss Ml JAdants we| • [feife|ier, : .day. .!' ' •' duly Tel ' [ ljti:jt ! Wlll| .iyje-sterday : ver ne-ar ' and'other] jjons. '.Tell -ljBt.~adv. i ••:->•;;

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