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Emporia Gazette, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1935, Emporia, Kansas F n c THE EMPORIA DAILY GAZETTE Emporia Kansas Monday July 8 1935 Dav oí Errors at Field SOFTBALL LEAGUE NOTES DUBBERS DIARY Emporia Makes 11 Boners But Defeat Fort Riley 10 to 3 While the Crowd Howls SOLDIERS CAUGHT SHORT j Bring Only Nine j Piays in Street Clothes When Rookie Catcher Is Socked by Have Fun Games will be plnyed ill the American league of the Emporia Amateur Softball association tonight at Peter Pan park as follows W O K vs Haynes Hardware Co vs Pennine ton Oil Co Bakers vs Ritz Cleaners Hardware Co vs Pcnningicn Oil Co Tuesdays Schedule p Methodist vs Kiwanls club C R O vs A M E Equipment Co vs DavisChild vs Rainbo Bakers CüUiiUry taiiu scored near shutout over Ottawa Country club players Sunday In a team match The score was 42 to X in íavor oí Ernporla Medalist in the event was W E Hftynes who had a 73 one under par for he 18 holes Runnerup was Homer Hennlng with 76 A Mr Reed of Ottawa was low for the nvading team with a 78 DIZZY DEAN FORGIVEN with 11 misplays marked up in the j error column The Emporians slapped the offer ings of Sergeant Cohen frcrly and the Fort Riley noncom was tlv vic time of some shaky support George Petty limited the Rookies to seven hitsand did not allow an earned run Smporias keystone combina tion of Gentz and Johnson had a bad riay Gentz making five rrrors und Johnson four Gentz could not draw a bead on First Baseman Sielert throwing over his head con sistently Empovia scored three times in the first inning on a hit batsman two errors singles by Sielert and Patton Another cams in the third when walked stolesec ond and scored on Sielerts double to richt Singles by Siclert Theel Carl Kowalski George Kowalski and Patton a double by Johnson and walks to Petty and Kappiunan contributed to the scorinn Three soldier errors in the eighth per mitted Theel to score the tenth Emporia run The soldiers scored silicic nns in the fourth seventh and ninth inn Ings with Emporia errors contribut ing to every tally Sundavs box score Frrt Kilr AR R II TO A E How not TO play was con Mecjlng Jn wichita Santa 1 for the com district tour naments which will be held next month and the state tournament hich will take place on Labor day in Wichita The committee includ ed Orval E Moon president Em poria Lcuis P Washburn Manhat tan vice president Conrad J Han sen secretarytreasurer Emporia Edgar E Frye Fort Scott Ted Bailey Garden City Charles Wright Topeka and Howard W Boltz commissioner Topeka John G Hotter physical director of the Wichita Y M C A and Frank Hedrick of the Cowie Electric com pany were present to represent the Wichita committee Elaborate plans are already under way for the conducting of the state loufnamcnt at the large new Law rence siadium and other nearby iieltis in Wichita Three teams will be eligible to takn part in the state lournamcnt from the Emporia dis trict which will include winners frcm the subdistricts of Herington Emporia and Ottawa A lor COTTONWOOU FALLS LEADS Lloyd Bailey had 36 holes of fine olf at the Country club Sunday Jsing most of the irons of the Country club womens cham pion Mrs Bailey Lloyd had rounds of 40 40 43 39 Coming to he ninth hole even par on the sec ond round he had an agonizing e a 7 with two penalties to get lis 40 2h Ih 3b r Krdiiy Hazzcrd rf ft p 4 The womens handicap tourna ment at the Country club has gone nto the second round on one match into the third round In the third round match Mrs Everett Pish meets Mrs Ray Crenshaw Pair Ings for the second round matches which are expected to be played by Wednesday evening follow Mrs Wm Bruckner vs Mrs Ed Dumm Mrs Othel Sherwood vs Mrs W A Larkin Mrs Harold Ttowbridge vs Mrs Harold Sutton Mrs W E Haynes vs Miss Dorothy Mrs Clarence Kraum vs Mrs Fred Day Mrs Clarence Maier vs Mrs M T Capps and Mrs Harry Jennings vs Mrs S E Hassinger Tops Chair Cfcunty League After Defeating Cities Service Special 1C The it 13300 Cottcnwocd Falls July 0 a big surprise the Cottonwood J j Falls ball club Sunday defeated the Cities Servic nine 7 to 6 to take undisputed possession of first place in the Chase county league Earlier 1 i in the season the Cities Service team 0 j liad defeated Cottonwood Falls 22 to 2 A 2bnse blow in the last of the ninOi by Al Jewell Cottonwood third sucker cleared the bases and brought Cottonwood the three runs necessary to win Cities Service had held a 6 to 4 advantage when Jewell pot his timely hit the third of the y for him Trainer Riggs and Sheridan formed the Cottonwood battery and Meierhoff and F Shu ler worked for the losers The loss was the second of the season for Cities Service Cotton wood has lost but one game but has a postponed game to play Sunday t sirirrt to with Elmdale which has lost two siimtnd la antj won cCVrin lenstue contests The 3 T 24 10 4 AB R II TO A E Thrri 3b i o ti i n o C H 2 i i i n o 3 20400 pbfn 0 J 2 0 1 4 1 1 11 1 0 3 o i i o 4 i o i n e o i Vor SilT 10 11 37 13 11 non mo mi 301 POJ 10 Tihli C Kovvnlskl Pjiror hits Sarriirt hits Empo i 7 rat 0 Em perlrv C StrTk Hv Prtlv hv r Bnt on Pfttv 0 off Cohen S Mby pltrhrr By Icity by Clir GrnU Notes ot the Game The Rin was too much lor Ward low Riley cutcher ami he in tlv fourth innmc but rnme in the eiphth undci sppeial ules Edwards an ununllormrd For ser geant was drafted lor until WarciiCW recovered league schedule Sunday with eight pames won and two lost Should Elmdale beat Cottonwood Sunday the rhnn teams will be tied for first place Ali Itir TOSS BOTTLES AT UMTS Edriie Theel van his hittiim treik to two consecutive by jatiHK a clean blow to richt lirld in the nxtli but Mut Sulert the hit tine star of tlie unnic a damnceri eye Siler a double and two Miier Clul offi cials are coníidering hittinc him in the other eye Cohen had his inninj m the seventh retiring Empina cr lour pitched ball Glenn Campbfll returned tihn Emporia outfield Sunday ind n bii hand from the Miinl crowd in first appearance nt the pinte Hr failed to hit in two atlrmps but scored a run SI TONG PKABOnV tc Til f July R The Strong bull a licld doy Sunriav i ririei team 20 2 on the Kel sry pitched to win ner li Get a Workout As Tiim Lnsrs Chicauo Tilly 8 Indianapolis fans probably will drink hnr pop out of paper cups finir mv on unless they promise to from throTini bottles at 1 The iiivi bottle shower of Ihe sea flirecteci at Umpire Larry yrsierdny as the Indians lost a r tn i decision to the American leading Minneapolis unined uround inits jdrm to out of the second divi Mfn ly ikiiK both uames of a dou blrlii id r finm Milwaukee Bob KliiitiT 1ml the Brewers out 6 to 0 with live in the first game and kept clght safc wrll sjjaeecl PS the Red Birds lock the inch l en p T to 2 Toledo and Kansas City split even in Lena Stiles cflfctivciy as the Blues I won the ne H lo 2 nnd the mud Hens bunchirl 11 hits to win the iicoiHl 7 to 4 St Paul de fcntrd to 4 in their firft Ríiinr bu tiir Colonels came hack in the recomí wilh a base hit bnrracr to win the second one 12 to 2 George Wilson is the Kiwanis club golf champion winning the title with a 1up victory over Bob Anderson in the 36hole final match The players went into the final 18 holes Sunday afternoon all even and it took the full route to deter mine the match before Wilson linally won by one up on the last green Anderson had a 40 to Wil sons 37 on the first nine of the final round but rallied with a 36 on the last nine to a 38 for Wilson Wilsons aggregate score was 75 Andersons 76 Nineteen Dryer park golfers made the first team match trip of the season Sunday to Madison and turned in a 29 to 23 victory over the foreign course M E Hathaway of Dryer park was medalist with a fine 67 S E Hassinger was run nerup with 68 for the 18 holes Madison will play a return engage ment at Dryer park August 4 Neill White Country club profes sional wagered Sunday that he could score four birdies on a tour of the 9hole Country club layout He did scoring two of his birdies en holes one and four by driving on the carpets 300 yards away and using two putts to get down in one under regulation figures He fin ished with a 34 three under par White has announced that he will give golf lessons by appointment at the Country club to any one who wants instruction whether they are members of the Country club or not Aik for Ducat NAME RYDER CUP TEAM Walter Hacen to Captain American Golf Squad PRESIDENT TAKES FISHING TRIP New York July 8 hopes of recapturing the world professional golf team supremacy from Great Britain will ride on the shoulders of six veterans and four youngsters at the fifth renewal of the Ryder cup matches September 27 The veteran Walter Hagen will pilot the American Professional Golfers association team for the fifth time since the matches were inaugurated informally in 1026 Play will be at Bidgewood N J George R Jacobus president of the P G announced Hagcns designation as playing captain Paul Runyon national professional titleholder was named the No 2 player The next two places went to slowmotion Sam Parks of Pittsburgh and big Olln Dutra of Monterey 1935 and 1934 win ners respectively of the open cham pionship The other members in order are Ky Laffoon of Chicago Johnny of Milwaukee Henry Pic ard of Hershey Horton smith of Chicago Gene Sarazen of Brook field Center and Craig Wood of Deal N J Selections mostly were based on official records of the association for the last two years taking in all important tournaments Lafloon qualified with an average of for 161 rounds for 139 rounds Picard for B9 rounds Smith 73 for 127 rounds Sarazen per 60 rounds and Wood for 123 rounds Ask for DucAts SCHMELING NOT IMPRBSSIVE SI Louis Star Cincinnati fTi ÍO Straight By The Associated Freu One of the most annoying things about Prank Frischs job of man aging the Cardinals must be that its so hard to stay angry at Dizzy Dean The elder brother of the fa mous pitching pair has developed quite a habit oí getting himself in wrong with the manager and the fans by displays of temperament out each time he pitches hla way back into their good graces Last month he had a row with His teammates in Pittsburgh and Lhe fans tossed lemons at him when he returned only to forget their anger in their pride over his pitch ing Yesterday they werent prepared to toss anything more damaging than resounding boos when Diz re lieved Jess Haines in the fourth in ning of the opening game against the first appearance after his recent exhibition game rebel lion at St Paul But old Diz checked the Cincin nati rally and gave only three hits through the rest of the game while the Cards won 9to 4 Brother Paul followed him and outpitched Paul Derringer with the aid of enemy er rors for a 5 to 1 victory The double triumph the Cards firmly in second place seven games behind the Giants who re covered from two defeats to trim Brooklyn 9 to 2 Mel Otts eigh teenth home run made with the bases full played a big part in the Giant victory which finally brought Carl Hubbell his tenth victory of the season The Cubs regained third place pounding Cy Blanton and four Pittsburgh hurlers for 14 hits and 13 to 1 as Bill Lee gave only seven blows The Phillies completed a shakeup in the standing by trouncing the Braves 9 to 1 behind Curt Davis 6 hit flinging and moving into sixth place ahead of Cincinnati The Tigers continued to dominate the American league by slamming down the Browns 12 to 5 although they were outhit 1514 Julius Sol ters walloped three home runs to account for all the St Louis tal lies Yankees Held 1Game lead It was the tenth straight victory for Detroit but it failed to reduce the Yankees 1game margin The league leaders bowled over the Sen ders 11 to 1 with Lou Gehrig and Tony Lazzeri each hitting a homer The other clubs broke even in doubleheaders without altering the standings Chicagos rapidly recov ering White Sox downed Cleveland 2 to 0 with a sensational fielding display behind Ted Lyons They extended their winning streak to seven straight and Clevelands string cf losses to eight but the In dians Broke both strings with a 7 to G triumph in the loosely played aiterpiece Leity Groves relief hurling and Bill Werbers flashy base running enabled the Red Sox to take a 13 inning opener from the Athletics 7 to 6 Philadelphia replied with a 3 to 1 victory on homers by Pinky Higgins and Charley Berry Ask ior A Swimming Meet Tonight Swimmers and divers from Olathe and Emporia will compete In a swimming meet at the Emporia pool at oclock tonight The Olalhc team will be attempting a comeback on the Emporia team which defeat ed Olathe June 25 there Swimmers and divers Irom the Emporia pool who will compete are Gareth Gil son Milton Norris R G Lawrence Ted Kinsey Glenn Brown Junior Austin Kenneth Belgle Geoffrey Gilson and Glenn Craig Some interesting contests are on the program and everyone is in vited to attend HELEN MOODY STAGES A COMEBACK City Star Western Chamnlonshlrt This radio picture transmitted from London to New York shows Helen Jacobs congratulating Mrs Helen Wills Moody after the two Americans battled over the womens singles championship at Wim bledon England It was one of the classics of the great history also marking a comeback for Mrs Moody alter a 2year absence from the courts Associated Press Chicago July 8 ff Wilbur Coen went back to his business affairs in Kansas Oity tottay with he western singles title to thow for his only major tennis ournamenfc play in two years The youthful veteran appeared o have lost little of his courts cun ning yesterday as he defeated John McDiarmid of Port Worth Texas 64 62 62 in the cham pionship match He was much too iteady for the Texan Katherine Wolf of Elkhart demonstrating all around ority easily defeated Eunice Dean of Houston Texas 60 63 lor the womens title Coen paired with William Kiley ot Kansas City shared in a doubles championship victory over Sin Kie Kho Chinese Davis Cup player and Lewis D Carson of Shanghai China by B0 64 75 scores Miss Wolf and Miss Dean teamed up to defeat Helen Pulton and Mrs Eu BASEBALL SffiET WEDNESDAY Semjpro Tourney at Wichita To last 16 Days Wichita July 8 More than fans the largest crowd that has ever watched a baseball attrac tion in Kansas are expected to be on hond at the opening of the fifth annual state tournament here Wednesday night Arkansas City Dubbs present state champions open the program by meeting the 3933 state titlists Wichita Water in a first round game Fred Clarke former manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates and one of the greatest managers of alltime will be here to aid in the opening Clarke is a native Kansan resid ing on a ranch near Winficld and recognjzed nationally as an author ity on baseball Radio station KPH will broadcast the feature game Nearly 50 clubs from every part cf the state are represented this season The opening game brings togeth er two of the favorites to win the 1935 championship The rival clubs have played four times this season Wichita Water winninr three games and the state champions one Both are strengthening for tournament play Sixteen days and nights will be devoted to off the meet Last year paid admissions were recorded and a purse of divided to the winning teams A rew attendance figure is expected to be established this season Among the favorites this season n addition to the Arkansas City Dubbs and Wichita Water are Kansas City Terminal Cab El Do rado Skelly Oilers McPherson Dickey Oilers Kansas City col ored Dark Horres Ness City Cof feyville Wichita colored Elks To peka Hutchinsrn Mor ton Salt The tournament was in 1931 by Goldsmiths Wichita for the advancement of sandot base ball It now fans than any athletic promotion in the middlewest American League Batting Johnson Athletics 359 Gehringer Tigers 351 Runs Gehringer Tigers 68 Greenberg Tigers 65 Runs batted in Greenberg Tigers 100 Johnson Athletics 68 Hits Gehringer Tigers 110 Greenberg Tigers and Vosmik In dians 101 Doubles Greenberg Tigers 33 Vismik Indians 21 Triples Stone Senators and Cro nin Red Sox 11 Home runs Greenberg Tigers 25 Johnson Athletics 17 Stolen bases Werber Red Sox 14 Almada Red Sox 13 Pitching Tamulis Yankees 72 Harder Indians 124 National League Batting Vaughan Pirates 398 Medwick Cardinals 359 Runs Martin Cardinals 26 Ott and Moore Giants 60 Runs batted in J Collins Cardl nals 70 Ott Giants 69 Hits Medwick Cardinals 107 Terry Giants 101 Doubles Medwick and Martin Cardinals 23 I Triples Suhr Pirates 9 Good man Reds Boyle Dodgers Galán I and Cavaretta Cubs 7 Home runs ptt Giants 18 J Collins Cardinals and Camilli i Phillies 17 I Stolen bases Martin Cardinals ill Moore Cardinals and Bordaga i ray Dodgers 7 Pitching Schumacher Giants 12 2 Parmelee Giants 92 Seersucker Cool UP JonesAnderson CLOTHING CO Baseball Field Emporia Sunday Ft Riley Rookies Emporia Santa Fe Adm 40c TENNIS TITLE TO COEN CITY LEAGUE NOTES Tula weeks games is City baseball league at 8uimn Field follows vs Big Four College Ritz Cleaners Oilers vt Micway Billiards Plant vs The Teachers College moved Into first place in the City league week by winning two games standings L Pet l MS 2 780 Imps 2 M7 3 836 Ice 5 378 Ritz Cleaners3 5 3W Big Four 8 350 Cardinals genie Sampson Kamrath oí Win retira 61 63 for womens doubles honors BUDGET AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR Affnes City Township Ljon County Kan BUDGET FORM FOR TOWNSHIP EXPENDITURES GENERAL FUND i 8I I er diem of township ofllcerit I Election Office supplies Publication Hall rent and Bond n auuu 7 o D County Treasurer t Total I t StlOO RECEIPTS GENEKAL FVND Year Township treasurer balance t Oounty treasurer batanee Recd from Co trcas general property taxi Current Year None Budget Year t ToUl Receipts Including Less expenditures Balance forward J EXPENDITCEES ROAD Year Per diem of township as township highway commissioners Machinery and Repairs of machinery and equipment Wcffes of patrolmen Oiher wages Oil Road materials Culverts and bridge material Preceding Current 9 Tractor operator overseer Total Expenditures Vear Budget Year I RECEIPTS ROAD FUND Preceding Current Yrir Year Township S County treasurer balance DO RectTfrom Co property taxi Reerrvcd Horn counry 3 IBS 00 frcm ether sources Budget JO Totll Including expenditures forward M Caretaker Equipment I County Treasurer EXPENDITURES ÍTND Preceding Current Year Year None None None Budfet 4 Year t I RECEIPT FlSI Preceding Current Budget Year Tear Year l wo NOTICE OF REARING Nonce u hereby tlver ihit on he 17th day of July 1Í35 the Township cf Agnes CUv Township Lyon Kanu will at Allen I O O r hall or Ihr purpcucor nnsweilnn and heirlnr rf taxpayers rrlftting to he proposed budget for the purpose of eoitilderlr to ich budpel r A Layton Trutlee M U Singer Treasurer A C Clerk WASH TUBBS Another Ambuih WELL so OLD DOUBLECROSSIUG BULL CAWSCWfe VOJR COUPEDEfZATE EH AUD YOU BLAMkETV BLAMK SISSIES HAD BETTER RUUTO p left ind Walter cricwi fcOTrd tho iprkrnci fisiiing expedition in Chesn Auocoa ttci Outpoint Uicudun But Disappoints Bis Crowd Berlin July 3 Schmel inR has added Paulino Uzciidun to list of victims but has pres tige in the eyes of Nazi fistic fol lowers The German battered the Span ifh woodchopper around a Berlin ring for 12 rounds yesterday bruised and cut his face hut failed knock him to his knees Instead of crumpling nstic Nazis thought he would Lzcudun continually movrv within the long arms of and belted his body with short rights and lefts Severs times he drove the former champion Into the opes Schmeling who weighed 192 as against 203 for his opponent claimed he had been struck a low blow in the sixth round that sapped Hi strength and his during he late rounds The crowd of in cluding high Nazi which had cheered lustily when Schmel ing entered the ring accorded him only mild applause us he eft Ask for TO HOLD TENNIS MEET McPherson July 8 tions to the central Kansas tennis tournament under sponsorship of the Lindsborg tennis club were to be mailed today to players in Kansas Missouri and Oklahoma The tour nament dates are August 6 7 8 ILL MUZ7LE THS SHEWILDCAT PODNeB AUD VOU RUM OUR BOAT IAJ RACK O THE CABIW SO HE WOWT K CXJMPAWV FUME WELL SET BE COMMfi 1 THE TABLE FOR A NCE HOME AWV UTUE SUWWSE OH HES ALWAYS TO klLU SOMEBODV GOOD OLD PLAYFUL HAPPV UMLESS HES SHOOTlM THE NEWFANGLES Momn Pop She Wants What She Wants By Cowam TMEUW rAUST 7XXE rrs coonse LETS SIDE CF IT NlüRPUV Í CAfJT GO BACK I W1TUOÜT SUPE I REFUSED TO CAN OVE UINv UOIlL BGUT 1 CAOGW ANB I INTEND I WW PEBTKUlAn WITH BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Opal Finds Out Nothing By SOU íí5K DAT OU6 OP SO DION VMIW TO DO feu wviw vr 36 ONE XOCX 6Tf 1 WiuTGLL THM IS OK 1O VS CáCTT OWES WF ALL HC UP HO ulU MWD WVCM OviE SO P WO TRM TO SSMPATHVZE EM MO WO PLACB WHEW iAVSS SOOTS CjOES GOES ME WHUT VTS I íxBOUT PUS51ER 6UT
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