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Steubenville Herald-Star (Newspaper) - October 7, 1933, Steubenville, Ohio 1 N. Y. w i t h showers tonight and probably in north and east portions Sunday STEUBENVILLE FINAL EDITION VOL. 87. NO. 162. The The International Service The United Press OCTOBER 7, 1933-TWELVE TWO GIANTS WIN CHAMPIONSHIP NEW To COPS FIFTH SAVE DAY FOR GIANTS GRIFFITH Oct. 7.-"The laurel crown of today rested atop the head of the New York Giants baseball The National league champions wrested the World Championship from the Washington Senators in the Fifth game of the 1933 series after suffering one the opening game in the Senators Park on The New York 4; Washington 3. The weather was clear and brisk for the renewal of the battle between the rampant New York Giants and the Washington Leading by three games to one the Giants relied on their brilliant Hal while the Senators nominated their General Al Schumacher gained the decision over Crowder in the second engagement last After a thorough investigation this including interviews with the Baseball Commissioner Landis indicated no further disciplinary action would be taken against Heinie Washington who was banished by Umpire in the fourth game of the World At the sarne time it was understood the commissioner the drastic action taken by Moran after the dispute at first AWARD BATES STATE HIGHWAY RELOCATION JOB Steubenville Firm to Improve Stretch LUQUE MEL OTT ing low and Strike Manush grounded to Jackson and was forced at Jackson to but Manush beat the relay to Cronin Ball Cronin fouled out to No no no one Bex Score New York It. H. 0.4A. E. Fifth Inning First Inning Moore cracked the first ball pitched past Bluege for a Critz Strike Critz filed to Terry Terry singled to center on the first ball pitched and Moore raced to Ott strike against the strike into the along the third base It barely missed being an extra base Ball high and Ball Sewell trotted out for a talk with behind the Ott and missing a change of Davis Davis grounded to Cronin and Terry was forced at Cronin to No two no two y c r Hall Ball It had plenty of speed on it. Strike Strike two it was a Myer hoisted a high fly to Moore who backed up for the Goslin Coslin hit the first pitch past Ryan lor a hot There was a big roar for the husky S c h tossed to Ball Ball it was a Ball Strike Manush lined out to Jackson and Goslin was Jackson to as the Senators failed to execute the hit and run No one no none Second Inning Schulte Strike Ball Ball Schulte grounded Critz to Kuhel Strike Kuhel lofted to Moore who ran toward the foul line for the No no no none Third Inning Strike Strike Terry drove a single to He connected with a slow Ott Strike Strike The bat flew out of Ott's Ott out for the second straight swinging at a curve Davis Ball Strike called Davis lifted a short fly to Cronin who backed up into short left field for the Jackson Ball strike one over the upper deck behind the strike into the Jackson swinging at a fast No one no one Bluege Bluege bounced Ryan to Sewell Strike Ball Sewell also sent a hopper to Ryan and was thrown out at Crowder strike into the upper deck behind third Ball Crowder likewise grounded out by the Ryan to Terry No no no none to Goslin who made a running catch in right Terry Strike Ball Ball strike into the lower stands behind the Terry lined out to Ott Ball Ott filed to No no no none Strike Ball swinging at a fast Schulte dribbled to Jackson and beat it out for a scratch hit on a close Jackson had to come in fast and make the throw from an awkward position Kuhel Ball Kuhel cracked a single Schulte stopping at Bluege The Giants went into a huddle with Schumacher in the center of the Strike Ball Strike Bluege bunted foul and was automatically out the ball rolling off the first base The play was scored as a strikeout with Mancuso getting the Sewell Sewell lined out to Moore who jumped for Crowder Hall Mancuso failed to hold the ball and Schulte ran to It was a wild pitch for Bali Kuhel was still on Strike Crowder protested Moran's Crowder grounded to Ryan wan thrown out at No two no two Fourth Inning Jackson cracked the first ball to left for a Strike Strike Hall into the Hall Crowder tossed to first just for behind the into the the fourth pitch low and Hall it mils a bunted to Crowder who threw to Myer for the putout at first Jackson went to third and to second on the Schumacher strike off the left field Strike Jackson and scored on Schumacher's short single over second Schulte did not have a chance ta cut off anybody at the Moore Moore lined out to frit strike back of the Ball Critz filed out to who came In fast for the Two two no one SENATORS Cronin Cronin out to who made a nice catch behind second Ball Ball Strike Strike bat flew out of his hands behind the He called for the rosin bag from Ball Mancuso fouled out to Kuhel who took the ball near the first base coaching Ryan Ball Strike Ball Ball Ryan the fourth ball being high and Schumacher strike into the Strike into the Ball it was a wide pitch and Ryan ran to along the third base Into the Schumacher fanned swinging hard at a fast Moore Moore grounded Crowder to No no no one Strike Strike swinging at a change of Ball Inside and Myer ducked out of the Ball Myer dropped a short hit in front of the plate and was thrown to Goslin Ball strike into the Ball the Ball Goslin walked the fourth ball be- rf 2b rf cf 5 1 o 1 t) 0 3b rs 3 K ,i H. ' p 1 (i i 1 0 0 Total 2b..... . 5 0 0 3 1 0 rf 4 (1 1 1 I 0 If 5 1 1 3 0 0 5 1 3 3 3 0 cf 4 1 2 0 0 0 lb 5 0 2 7 0 0 3b 1 0 1 1 1 0 c 1 0 0 8 0 0 p 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 Totals BID OF Employment Registration Project on State Program for Schulte in Two base Home Ott Jackson Double to Kuhel Struck by Crowder 4, Russell 3, by Schumacher 2, by Luque 5 Base on balls by Crowder 1, by Schumacher 2, by Luque 2. Contract for the relocation of slate route 43, between Amsterdam and East Springfield was awarded to Harry M. Bates of Steubenville by the state highway on a bid of 126,-707.10, according to an Associated Press dispatch today from Calling for the paving of a 3.142 mile stretch of the road with Js a part of Ohio's highway construction pro grain which today opened new unemployed In the march toward One was for primary artery expected to bring hundreds of the Jobless Into activity within a few weeks as an approved schedule was Another was for secondary road Improvement at an unestimated slated to begin next Sixteen including figured In awards of contracts by the highway department and four more will bo taken care of In a letting schedule for next Workers on the now highways will be drawn from the lists of government re-employment agencies and will be paid by NRA Force accounts will be employed and labor will be rushed to the chiefly of whipping school Sixth Inning Hall strike over the press Davis lashed a hit down the third base foul line for a Jackson Jackson bunted and the ball rolled off the third base Jackson bunted and was thrown to sending Davis to third on the strike into the third base coaching Mancuso drove a long hit to left center for a scoring Schulte got his gloved hand barely on the ball but could not hold it. Crowder was taken out of the Jack the right handed relief was summoned to the Strike Strike swinging at a fanned on tJie third straight missing a fast Schumacher Strike Strike Hall Schumacher swinging at a One two no one Strike Ball Myer raised a high fly to Goslin Hall outside Ball Strike Goslin grounded Critz to Manush strike into the strike against the lower left field Hall Ball over the roof of the press drove a line single to right for his first hit of Cronin Cronin dropped a single out Ryan's head and Manush beat the throw In a fast dash to third Cronin halted at Jt was the hit and run Schulte Schulte drove u home run Into the left field scoring and ahead of and tying the Moore backed up against the short fence but the ball sailed several feet over his head Into the Kuhel Kuhel shot a single It was a terrific smash and much too hot for to hold. Bluege Strike Hall grounded to who made a sensational stop as he fell to the but made a poor throw to was safe at first and Kuhel reached it was a hit for and an error for due to the extra base gained by Schumacher was taken out of the box and Adolfo the Cuban vet right bander was called to pitch for the The Senators had connected for five straight lilts against Schumacher after to three blows In the first five Sewell Mancuso walked out for a visit with Luque threw to Hall It gol away from but he In lime to prevent any There was another big conference in front of the plato among the Giants Inner Hall It was apparently decided to On 1'ago 10) SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES AIM OF MEET RAMBLERS FALL BEFORE POWER ATTACK Coal Leaders Called To Capital By Roosevelt MEMORIAL CEREMONY Hy luted Oct. 7-President manufacturers operating coal and NRA executives went into u conference at the White House today to seek a settlement of the western Pennsylvania coal The which has suspended operations in the steel mines for several weeks and caused the President some was complete recognition of the union by the Besides Hugh S. and Donald general of steel manufacturers participated in the Q. chairman at th United States American Iron and Steel Ernest T. chairman of Weirton Steel and George chairman of the Jones and Laughlin pope tin plant employes meet monday night Will Vote on Question of Continuing Work Holiday Here STRIKE ZONE QUIET Touchdown by Arthurs and Safety Provide Winning Points 9,000 SEE CONTEST Visitors Play Smart Defensive Game But Lack Scoring Punch On Page 10) mingo trailing at follansbee Mingo was trailing 1!) to 0 at the end of the first hall of their annual clash for the mythical grid title of the district a crowd of 3,000 this afternoon at the high school Receiving the ball on the opening marched down the field to the three yard line where Taylor plunged it The second counter for was tallied in the second chapter when Miller shot through the Mingo linn after had pushed down the field on first Ford of blocked a Mingo punt in the shadow of the Mingo goal line and fell upon the ball for the third mine operators of west Kentucky and officials of the United Mine Workers and independent unions were summoned by the national lubor board to a hearing October 12, on the dispute involving refusal of the operators to recognize tho United Mine Charges filed before the bourd are that the independent union is a company union and that operators have discharged minors in large numbers for refusing to join despite the legal guarantee that workers can organize as they see The hearing followed investigations last month by a board representative whose report together with other information has been studied by Gerard and John L. Lewis as a committee of the Included in the evidence is an advertisement by tho association of Webster and Christian declaring that for we state we will not recognize or contract with the U. M. W. of or John We never will tract with the U. M. W. of A. We i will not knowingly work any who belongs to the U. M. W. of The advertisement said every company in the association had made a contract with the independent union and that this contract has been filed and recognized al The recovery administration has refused to approve any closed shop Three big freighted with controversy and involving vital points in the program of national are demanding solution in the immediate future by NRA Retail proposal for minimum price control is to get Ad- On Page 10) crist kicked for the The extra Moore Ford Ryan Murphy C. Kvans Fuscardo brings Taylor Miller H I I I ft r head Central High Leads Youngstown 6 to 0 BULLETIN Catholic Central it as leading Academy 6 to 0 at the half mark in the first major test for the this afternoon at the Harding The Centrals registered their touchdown in the second quarter when Huff one ran 23 yards to the Kick fur the extra point Two Men and Woman Convicted of Murder Hy The Oct. 7-Two men and a woman were convicted of first degree murder today for the slaying of James of whose death in 1 was kept until this Ninety nine year sentences were imposed on William 47-year old Tennessee and William M. who has lived in since shortly after young Copeland's old second received a sentence of years and one the minimum for first degree AUTOMOBILE STOLEN While his car was parked on North Sixth street Friday it was stolen by L. C. of Shirley told police this The a Buick carries license 89-680. Employes of the Steubenville plant of the Weirton Steel company will moat Monday at 7 p.m. at the common pleas courtroom for a vote to decide whether they remain on or return to Announcement of the moating was made by a committee of hoi mill men who arranged for tb meeting this tho county commissioners granting use of the courtroom for the Members of the committee Bald they were desirous of getting thu true sentiment of tho Steubenville employes of the Weirton Steel company in regard to tho strike now in progress at tho local mill and are content to allow majority vote of the workers rule their future Minor Outbreaks Whilo the demand made yester day by city and county officials for peace in the vicinity of the Steubenville plant of the Weirton Steel corporation bore fruit other outbursts of violence credited to strikers or sympathizers occurred outside the mill At the plant gates this morning pickets were not as numerous as on other days and spectators were kept away from the entry and from stopping in the district while workers were escorted Into the Officials estimated employes were on the job Disorders occurred in three sections of the city this morning and as a charges have been filed in municipal court against four of the Girl Attacked Miss Mary 10, of who has been working regularly at the plant since the started last week was beaten while enroute to the mill this Along Prospect avenue three women strikers hit her with club anil tore of her Miss Soltis She filed rioting and assault affidavits against Miss Josephine Angeline Pucci and Lottie The last name defendant was arrested and released on and the other two were to be taken in custody this Charges of rioting and assault were also filed against Jamas Holiday and two unknown individu accused of beating James | On Page 10) ily DICK Sports Writer Under the sweeping charge ot Steuben villo high's another major scholastic football team was trampled in defeat at Harding stadium Friday Out of tho west the stata of Illinois carao the heralded high to 8 to in ona ot of ley fans the From tho standpoint there boon moro spectacular more heart stopping exhibitions than tho scrimmage the and the but none of with all their and fireworks could touch last night's demonstration In tho basic Ingredients of the pigskin in tho neighborhood of 9,000 persons stormed their way Into Harding stadium to watch the argument between the and the Illinois The colorful throng funs from all parts of the and several delegations Loyal Order of front Pennsylvania and West who came to got a peek at their talked about Mooseheart home After tho scrimmaging was over and the fans had slipped away from tho leaving it bathed In a mist of fog Immortal legend was still a legond to tho boys from They saw and were but only after giving a grand defensive tho like of Which few teamB have ever had to contend Offensively tho could do Their own attack was but putty lu the hands of tho Stubber trench Tho shifting line and aerial on 0) awarded prize Mary of Wins Honors at Convention Ur Pnu 0., 7.-,Ruth of the Akron Beacon Journal took top honors with three prize winners in the annual contest of the Ohio Newspaper Women's association anr here Miss was awarded the prize given by Amelia for the best story dealing with some of f 15 for the most original treatment of routine and the for the best news feature story by association member appearing In of 25,000 circulation Winners of two awards Jane Williams of the Mansfield Journal - Lola Hill of the Piqua and Arietta of the Akron Miss Williams won the for the best story about a mother appearing in Ohio newspapers of she and for tho best story dealing with some phane of ' i The Alice VanSickle memorial prize of for the best society page in a newspaper pf less than 25,000 circulation went to Mary I Berger of the Steubenville '
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