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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 2, 1938, Winnipeg, Manitoba PAGE SIXTEEN WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, S MONDAY, MAY 2, 1938 Variety Marks Fast Pace of New York Terry Crew Has Everything Breaking Just Right So Far in By STEVE ROBERTSON (Canadian Press Staff Writer) New York Giants are getting an ideal combination of first-rate pitching one day and heavy slug- ging the next as they along the National league trail at the swiftest pace in seasons. Everything I is breaking just right for Bill j New York NATIONAL LEAGUE t'z: s ciew. _ Pit.tsburch They picked up two more vie- Boston tories during the week-end to run j their streak to 10 straight and solidate their top position. Satur- j Philadelphia day King Carl Hubbell pitched five- W 11 9 L i 4 4 5 7 8 9 10 AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington Chicago hit ball and fanned eight as the Giants beat Brooklyn Dodgers 3-1. Sunday their renovated batting at- tack punched out the 10th straight. Fourteen hits rattled oil the Giants bats as they edged out the (Philadelphia 7 Brooklyns 7-6 and featuring the! INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE attack was young Johnny McCarthy. one of Terry's doubtfuls at the be- ginning of the season. The first baseman cracked out a homer with two on to give the Giants an early margin but it wasn't until the eighth thev finally got the winning! AMERICAN 0 Kansas City run- Indianapolis Two for Cubs j Minneapolis Chicago Cubs continued to pro- St. Paul vide the hottest competition for] oeo the New Yorkers, beating St. Louis Cards twice, 11-5 Saturday and 6-5 Sunday.'Don Gutteridge, St. Louis j third baseman, was the goat of both defeats as he errored in each game to allow big Cub rallies. Cincinnati Reds also pulled off a twin week-end killing, by 2-0 and 4-1 over Pittsburgh Pirates, who had licked the Reds 20 straight until Saturday. Ray (Peaches) Davis and .750 .500 SATURDAY GAMES National League 005 200 15 220 004 16 3 Al Hollines-vorth both pitched five-1 MacFayden. Lanning. Niggeling, Hut- Al nomneb.vinui uu p chinson and R. Mueller; Lamaster, Sivess. hitters to win. Boston Bees handed] Reir_ Basseau, Smith and At- thpir ninth wood. _ -Philadelphia Phillies their ninth wood. ..straight defeat 16-11 Saturday but Hugh Mulcahy allowed only two hits as the Phillies won Sunday 000 000 0 100 000 2 Eauers. Brown and Todd; R. Davis and 5-1. Joe Brooklyn New York 000 000 1 000 110 3 DiMag York Yankees beat Washington 4-2 Saturday, came back to the lineup Sunday and hit a home run. De- spite that. Washington Senators beat the world champions 4-3 on hurt when New! Mungo. Marrow and Spencer; Hubbell, Coffrnan and Banning Chicago 502 100 11 000 040 5 10 Carleton and Hartnett; Macon, Krist, Lanier, Harrell and Owen. Washington Elon Hogsett's five-hit pitching. The j Chandler and Dickey; Leonard, Apple- ing ton indler American League 210 000 000 001 4 14 2 Nats victory highlighted the Ameri- can league programme. A's.Beat Sox Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia A's, rained out Saturday, put on a slugfest Sunday that the A's won 8-6 despite two homers by Jimmy j Fox, Boston first baseman. A swell' relief pitching job by Al Milnar. Cleveland Sandlot product, enabled the Indians to beat Detroit 4-3 and avenge a 5-3 loss to the Tigers Saturday. Milnar retired Charley Gehringer. Hank Greenberg i ton, Chase and R. Ferrell. St. Louis Chicago 000 000 0 000 021 3 Knott, Linke and Heath; Lyons and L, Sewell. Detroit 310 000 5 12 1 Cleveland 300 000 351 Kennedy and York; Hudlin and Pytlak. American Association Indianapolis 0, St. Paul 10. Toledo 2. Kansas City 5. Columbus 9. Milwaukee 1. Louisville 1. Minneapolis 3. International League Montreal 2. Newark 7. Rochester 11, Jersey City 7. Only games. Pacific Coast League Oakland 2. Portland 7. San Diego 1, 9: San Francisco 13, 4. Sacramento 4, Seattle 0. and Dixie Walker with the tying run on base. Buck ITewsom and Julio Bonetti held Chicago White Sox to five hits Sunday and won 7-5 for St. Louis Browns, who took a 3-0 licking from the Sox the previous day veteran Ted Lyons turned in three-hit pitching performance. Hollywood at Los Angeles, postponed, rain. SUNDAY GAMES National League Three-Way Tie For Lead In Rugger Loop Sherburn created a three-way tie for leadership of the Senior British Rugby league, Saturday afternoon it Wesley park by scoring a smash- ing 16-5 win over Garrison. Pre- vious to this match Sherburn and East Kildonan fought to a score- less tie in a junior game that bristled with action and produced an excellent standard of play. In the senior fixture Sherburn built up a 13-0 lead in the first half. Nick Feston scored the open- ing try for the victors and Frank Lanyon followed right up with an- other that was converted by Feston. Before half time Bud Confrey scored again for Sherburn and Fes- ton produced the extra point with a beautiful kick. George Lanyon and Nick Feston 'shot the lead to 16-0 early in the second half and Garrison then ...scored its lone try, Boyes going over and George Nicholls, who starred throughout the afternoon, converting. Through an unfortunate accident in the first half Garrison lost the services of Benzie. He met in a head on collision with Reed. Benzie was carried from the field and did not return for the balance of the match. Line-ups: Senior Seed, Nicholls. Mc- Kay, Reed, Kaye. Boyes, McDonald. Sout-uvcII. Wilkes, Stclfox, Wolfson, Taylor. Shelton. Bishop. Poison, Confrey. Bruce. F. Lanyon. G. Lanyon. Jessop, Figol. Kingdom, Feston, Hosen. McClure, Chicago 030 030 9 1 St. Louis 000 203 5 10 I i French. Russell and O'Dea; Davis, wnea j Bush. McGee, Johnson and Owen. Brooklyn 000 310 6 11 1 New York 050 100 7 14 0 Hamlin. Butcher. Frankhouse, Hoyt and Spencer, Chervinko; Gubert, Lohr- man. Coffman and Danning. Pittsburgh 000 100 151 Cincinnati 100 200 490 Swift. Sewell and Todd, Berres; Hol- lingsworth, Schott and Lombardi. Boston 000 100 120 WINNIPEG basketball is rapid- ly resuming the place it hac before the Toilers were wrecked in that fatal airplane crash. Vancouver Westerns, in the city Friday on their way home after winning the Canadian champion- ship at Ottawa, agreed their series against St. Andrew's here was a air? much tougher proposition than their final in the capital. Captain Wally Mayers, star of the cham- pions, made the remark in respond- ing to the civic addre. of welcome while othei members of the team Z i added to it in private conversation Westerns, a clean-cut bunch of boys, were visibly pleased with the ,J09 warmth of welcome given them !6G7 j both formally and informally, dur- ing their' one day's stopover. Tommy Farr A. as offered a bout on May 1 with Max Baer, but the Welshman was shrewd enough to realize such a match, with the Louis-Schrncling af- fair coming up, would not draw. So Tonypandy Tommy's sug- gestion, his return scrap with Baer was put over until the fall. Farr is sailing early in May for England, where he may meet Walter Neusel and Lenglet, the French champion. SASKATCHEWAN hockey league meeting has been call- ed for Moose Jaw on May 14, a most unusual date, but it promises to draw a full attendance of dele- gates as there are various rumors afloat as to what the clubs in the larger centres propose to do to the smaller fellows. One report is that Flin Flon, the northern. Mani- toba club which won the Sas- katchewan championship last win- ter, is to be ousted. Another is that Yorkton and Weyburn, clubs which have played in the Southern Saskat- chewan circuit many years, are to be dropped, and a Regina-Moose Jaw-Saskatoon league proposed. Such stories naturally have stirred up plenty of ire and the. Moose Jaw meeting threatens to be an affair which will require the presence of several policemen. Upwards of Germans are invading New York for the Jjouis-Schmeling heavyweight title fight, according to Joe Jacobs, just back from Germany. Joe, the little manager of the former champion, and present German challenger, that two boats have already been chartered for the trip Joe no likes the top price for the June ZZ event. Thinks it ought to be at least, and preferably 550 More war talk in New York than in Ber- lin cr Hamburg, Joe says. 5 1 9 1 7 2 Philadelphia ,100 020 5 11 0 Turner and Mueller; Mulcahy and At- St. Louis Chicago Newsom, Bonetti Brown and Sewell. York Washington American League 200 000 7 14 100 110 5 5 and Sullivan; Lee. 100 Oil 3 000 220 4 Gomez and Dickey; Hogsett and H. Ferrell. Philadelphia Boston Thomas, tory over Liverpool. Cwt-icwd the goal after 13 tnt fete that point on the invaders did met, of the attacking. J< With two more matches to mjj; one more than the Gunnm Wolverhampton MR unfortunate to salvage pool in their home game against Chdsa After a scoreless first half Burgs gave the Londoners the undatrm lead and Galley equalized from i penalty near the end. Villas Get There The struggle for second place JK the right to promotion with'Ait Villa from the second division lie between Sheffield United. City and Manchester field with 53 points has complete' its schedule but its rivals eachJar one match ahead and are two points behind. Goal average will be tte deciding factor. Stockport County will play B the third division next season, .fls Midlanders' doom being when they lost 4-1 at Bradfcri Notts Forest and Bamsley, with 35 points are strugginito avoid a similar fate. Rawlings scored two gcwlf Millwall against Brighton in _ the third division, southern outstanding match and the ,vieta consolidated its positioa at tht top of the table. Mel Bouchard Wins Motorcycle Feature Riding against a large contestants in the third annual off of the Charter Cw trial of the Winnipeg Motorcycle club, Mel Boudatt Club road-captain, took top Sunday at Bird's Hill. Losing only 18 points durinj gruelling test, Bouchard noses W lis closest competitor, George gess, club president, by a gin of two points. Tom P.P.C.L.I. rider and a novice of game, finished third, with a JOB 80 points. Due to lack of water ground, the course used from that, which the riders had accustomed to in past major obstacle to confront W' testants was a stiff rocky the slopes of the.sand pits. slopes accounted for most ol riders' point losses. Officials of the meet _ Rudy Risch, referee, Londe, J. Walters, J. Steopte Birley as checkers. Club officials will arrangements for the annual norm- west field day being held day, May 8, at Assimbone meeting with the M.MC. Friday night.; RAMBLERS PRAGTICK The Ramblers Senior Girls' Soil- ball club will hold a Tuesday evening at 6.15 the Osborne stadium. All players and any others will be made welcome. last one too many? A -j-j NOW will quickly calm thcie settle the upset Next time, have a bottle rf tfff Seltzer at home, Taken befow in UM mocninc fatigue, leaves dert! era thing they've tetted headaches cawed bjr BROMO-SELTZEP
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