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Portsmouth Times (Newspaper) - August 3, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio APOWT I, Mayes McClain, Farmer Iowa Fullback, Signs INDIANPUYER WILL MAKE BIG BID FOR BERTH McClain Makes Fourth Full- back By Griffin Aggregation. Slaves McClain, pound Cliero- ilK! Indian fullback .ol Iowa fllbull tcflin Uas-slB'iea.to piny this Ti'on with the Spartaus. Coach Harold W. Grlffeiireceived the con- ,rtt Saturday amiouticeU the fuurth famous fullback 1ms wl signed to try but for Uie tenin. McClRlii Is well known by nil Ohio B-holnall fnns for his game with Ohio Rmtc ]02S. when lie mudo large holes iii the scarlet anil Broy line and broke through for yard after yard, is to be 'one ol the hardest icinp backs In Hip Ten two years nnd will undoubtedly innke a strong bid for ti .berth on tlie learn .McChiln was a second. cliolco for MI Western fullhnck when he played K h lowii. He will bo right at homo t'orlsmouth with, other Iowa play- who wll he In Uie Spjirtnu lino- this fall. I.nnt' season McClain will" the Olympic club of Kan Francisco. IN RACELAND EVENTS Triple "A" Won Lost Trinity Tnylor Fords Drew EmrU-ks Gas -------1 Hr-Proihiets 'inilnsli-inl I.cnguc Vi on Rrnl ami Wire........' Pun- Milk I'aintM.-! Jj Ohio Firemen MM! 0 3 n 4 Ainrririw l.niuulry Koch Hnmblcrs City Hall 7ollmnn Specials Itailfj1 Stilrs _ Oliiircli I.cnjfiia Vt'nn Manlcy 5 Ccnfnl 1'rpsbytcrinn 4 1'nitnl Hrclhreii 2 Christian o 3 3 4 4 Lost 0 n .750 .75n .250 .000 Pet. 1.000 .750 .750 .000 .000 .000 .500 .500 .2fiO .250 .000 .000 Pet 3.000 1.00( .500 .HW .40( .20f .00( KLEIN TAKES FIRM HOLD OF FIRST PLACE jPhiladelphia Youngster Has Five Point Lead On His Teammate O'DouI. By Tin JiOUK. AIIR. n gal- flmit uphill Klein the iriilllles finally has taken a fairly fftrin bold oil the object of his. strug- NEWS OFTHEMOTOR WORLD glc-s, the bat tin's., leadership; ol the National league. Klein'; lender a ago by a'hardly, visible margin, bus kept on clIinhtiiK and iii the averages released today, which >n- cludo Wednesday's bus u mar- gin of five points over his temnmatc nnd rival, Frank O'Doul. Klein's 'average is .408, O'Doul's.'103. The Philadelphia youngster al- i ready had more, batting honors thiiu I most players could ruasonably nsk. !He lias held first place In scoring, jhits and runs batted, la and lo this Hudson And Essex Win European Tests American built automohlles con- tinue to dominate stock car endur- ance, reliability ami speed teals over long and short distances in Euro- pean competition. The Hudson Motor Cnr compnny, entering Hudson Kssox -CUM, alone has won many famous.trophies during the post year against the largest fields erer attracted In these events. -Among these trophies are: the An- saldo trophy, premier .award in the 1'our de France, which Hudson won for the second successive year this June; the Gold Medal, nlso of the Tour do France; the Spldo and Dun- lop trophies offered by the French Automobile .club to the two lending ears manufactured by the same com- pnny. Hudson and Essex won these. Three rndsoii great eights finished equal firsts to win Uie City of War- saw trophy, I he Sliver cup rind the Bronze cup, the Automobile Club cup This was In the 1'oHsh International reliability tour. Ksscs still hold? the "Circuit of the Ports" awards, hiiving won first place in ttic "Circuit of I'orta" test staged by the Motor Club of Spain. All of thi'80 tests nre prlndiuil re- liability tours of thilr. respective countries, the equivalent of the Unit- ed Slates Indlannpolis Speedway classic. "Mileage Marathon" Being Run by A Dodge During the first Ul dnys that il lias been ou the rond the Uodgi eight niilcnge nmruthoii cur bos trav eled an average of al- most OOU miles u diiy, iiccordlng u a factory jimiounccinont. "The miles turned up by thi marathon car In ai days is mon than the nverape trioturlst drives, ti 14 snld K. T. Keller, presl Knuwtirnl..........1 Triniiy f> Week vs. Trmil (AAA) (Mound) Manly VB. Cliristini Amer'.enn Laundry vs. 1'nint CM Evnneoliciil U. F iloo Itaher, a member ot quartet of reckless and desperate- driving speed kings from tile steel rily entered tlie Knceluml traek 100- nillc automobile rare Sunday, August 10, who have been nicknamed rivals the "Pittsburgh Four Horsemen." RACE LAND, Ky., Aug. quct that hns boon given to Al Thle- panlcd by a retinue of camp follow. sen -AI Slcvert ami Al Miller, n irl- X. W. vs. D v c (Mflunil) Ceiilnil 1'i-esbyterinn i (.Vr.tr.il Hnpiist Firemen Jliilry Rlars J-Pure Milk vs. Moid" Milk u vs. Emricks Xottthnn Spceinls vs. Ohio Siovo (X.ottninn Fords vc. I'orts- n.jnlli (Ins Central Pnptist Ki-iiiiKeliriil I'uro Mill; vs. lilfe (Kottmnn) i.Ccntrnl rrCFhy- icriiin vs. Mniilv li. (AAA) :'VF. Wiiulel- ll.iivliiinl (Mminil) Christiiui vn.M! (Mciiiiilt: Specials v. f'iiy IIn.II. nrc for fonrlti pl'M-c. Although the- other teams in thr li.ivc not made much show ns fnr SN Iic'rccninsc ROCS, they nrc ronl tiill nnd nrc cu-inn tlicir oppoiicnts to thinl; almnt. of the best ball panics played 'lie entire srason in nny of HIP ICRKIIPF ls IK-IIIK iilnycil by tlie chiircli tcnms. Mnjt tlm scorc.f nrp low nnd willi 1'iit )mints diffcrpiicc. Mnnly nnd Ccnlral not yct imi' 'ntf'l Iliiinprty-Diinipcty, !mt the two teams inpt.t Ijibold ficlil TlinrFilny "telit fnnl one or tlm olhrr will hnvu lo n ercnt fall." Allhnncli tlio U. U. l''fi in Manly it is in recnnil plncc yet licpn jninrd in that position by Christian team, who won one came ami lost niic Rnmc clnrinK tlic past week. Trinity tejim has dropped from, the anil ns it 1ms been scheduled rriiind this second hnlf HIP team will nnrl no forfpits sivfn nftp.r ;'iif Wiib only six tcnms left in C'lnirc.'li IC.IBIIC and each tenm plny- twu s.nnes each week, the church about three rounds dur- "jc tins ceconil half in order to continue Majins as lone as the other leagues. SPARTAFGUARCTMDS1 MEAN DRIVER ON COURSE Ilnrrls, one of Ilic guards 'n the Spartan football (ram, saaii- (Jtiwii to Itnvcn Itock golf r 'iirsp nml shon-cd thu Bolfers of the thin he also knows something J '-'it tin. same 0( socbln? tlie pill. tijrce drives the first went Mirilj. second 373 yards and Hi'. ).i.t ana ere, owners the fast racing crea- tlousj pit mtiiiftgers and jnecbunlcs, the vanguard of the big battalion of speed kings oC greater and -lesser fame entered the 100-nitlu motor derby to be staged at the track ueiir bure next Sunday aftenioon, August 10, commencing nt 3 o'clock sharp, will commence to arrive the middle of this. week. Sajicrlnteiident 'Al Foley oC Uie Bncclaiul coarse, lasl nlfht noiinced the track as Iclnt; In perfect condition for tlie speed kings to go out and tune up their motors for the fast and furious fray. __ Hulled lo a state ot hardness ami swiftness and smoothness required for nntomubile he Is ready to ntart the prcp- arutions to mnke It dnstlcss by plying tons of calcium chloride to the sliced ovul. .u 'group of. .reckless knlghU of .the steel "steed from different cities flush !u the front, i't is r'niii-lcly with nlckiinincs liy their rlvnls. The "Tbi-cc Al Aces'' is tlie soliri- BROWN NIFTY Real Scores Chalked Up Saturday By Portsmouth Marksmen. Siiturduy wiia n diiy for fol- lowers of the giiine oC powder and L'lstol shooters hold :i 20-shOi slow fire contest ou tbu N. W. nthicltc field wliilo the .30 eiilibre riflu fans were busy pouring mclnl Into the his bill !it the upper end of lirunnev. avenue. M. J. Brown won his third inntch out of three starts in pistol mnrksiniinshlp while Fan-is Hie list In the group using Urn hltf rifles. 1'lstol scores i K. M. J. Brown Itnlb 7H L. 11. Complon !H Jones ,f. Goodninn TO M. Ilarr ,1ns- Bauer HI ,1. I', liiiucr 15 Tlio winners used .Tames Bauer used (i arm. All winners of late hnvc been pnrrinl to tliu Illfle RgRrcgiile Ecnres were ns fol- lows: Fiirris 23'J; Scth 22S; Prnke sen, Al Slcvert jiml Al Miller, n iri- umvlale of Detroit, Mich., speed mer- chants, who have filed 'tl'ieii- entries with Johnnie Black, managing direc- tor of the Amcrk-nii motor contest nssocliitio'ii. which has snnclloned thi; big speed event. liny Campbell, another rnclng mon- nrch from this city who finished second wllhln a few Becunds of "Sunny Bill" Chlllum Hi the re- cent IQO-mUe gns grind lit Col- umbus, Ohio, will nlsu try 10 qualify. He declared that hu lonK_ or Wnlt Macnvey, Ted Norwulk anil CllfC Unmm, veterans ut tlic rac ng ynnic from "Detroit, lo mnke the one lioglrn to Uucclaiid with iilln. The "I'lllsburgh Four Hursemeu C'usey, Joe linker; lilllj Schcmpp nnd Lurry il inning the curliest arrivals ut th liacclnncl track lo become with its turns, preradlng tlic CoHfmlnis u which, besides "Sunny Bill" Cliittuu ackiKiwIedgcd-iHrt (rack cliniiipiou o the world, includes William 1 "Shorty" Wolf, Clay Corbett, Al Bur nnd Oeue' Morgan. he has added n tie for thu lend' In hitting doubles. Klein- hns scored 103 runs, has hit safely 1G1 times and has batted In 110 tallies. His total of 33'two baggers gives him i a tic for the lend with p'Doul and i Johnny Frederick of Brooklyn. Aclnin Comorpsky of Pittsburgh, lends with triples willi 14; Hack Wilson of'Chicago in home runs nnd KIki Cuylcr of Ctiicngo in stolen bases with 27, completing.tin. 'somewhat scanty list slugging lend ers who hnvc liecn ablo to outdis ,tance Klein. The.Phllndclphlnn nl-io gures In the second pluce rostc ith 20 home runs. Others on thl st nre Cuylcr, Wilson nnd Bah Brooklyn, with 90 runs; Bil erry, New York, ICO lilts; Cuyler 2 triples, Wilson lOl rums linttvd I" ml Herman, 10 stolen bases. Terry is third on the list.oE lender n bivtilng with tin avcrnge of .394 Other regulnrs In this select grou re Herman, Brooklyn, .300; Stcpl nsou, Chicago, .350; Ileilmnun, Cii .300; T. Wiuier, Pittsburgh, (50; Ott, New York, .350; Cuylcr, .335; and Qrtmtham, Pitts- burgh, .355. 'Jhu club butting leadership re- mains in the hands of the I'UHHes vith an nvcrngc ot .320, nine points better than that ot New York. Cln- clnuntl still lends In fielding with n ,077 mark. Bob Osborn Chicago, has met with his second defeat of the season but he still heads the league's .1st of hurlers with a .778 average, hav- ing woii seven games to two lost, liny Plielps of Brooklyn, Is second with nine victories iind three de- feats for a' .750 murk while Tom and a cup offered by an oil company, n addition lo three gold hndgcs. INSGO WINS LAST ARLINGTON RACE Fast Two Year Old Easily Takes Richest Stake Of Season. Tlie Ailoclated I'rcip ARLINGTON PARK, Chlcngo, Aug. like a streak of light- ning, Insco, two ycnr old son of Sir Gnllahnd won the 000 Tost-and Paddock stakes, rich- est event for two year olds ot the 1030 season to date, in. the closing feature of the 30 day meeting at Arlington park today. Insco won by four lengths, beat- ing Hymnn of the Rancocns stable, with B'ar Hunter, the entry of E. R. liradloy or Lexington, Ky., third- Siskin of the Nevada stock farm, was fourth in the field of J2. Insco, which will be a candidate for the Kentucky derby, ran the six furlongs in Tiio slake- was worth to Griffin Wnlklns, of Alton, Illinois, president of the International Shoe company, owner of the winner. The sum of went to the Hnncocas dent of the DodKC Brothers torpor, tion. "In spite of extremely ho weather especially In the wcsleri part of. the country the oar has bee running-splendidly nnd our record show that the cost of oper.itlon M been surprisingly low." "No attempt at speed or recor breaking is hoing attempted In tli 'ralienge It was explatui by A. vanDerZee. general sales ma ager of IJodge "Tlie car operated under ordinary driv- s conditions uni-U a? art- i-xpcrl- wed day aflrr day by the I thuusjuids owners thru- ut the world." "Dodge Brothers decidability period of 15 years is well aid Mr. vanOerZiT, "ani', lliu jircs- nt uuirathoii' should con- Inslvely prove tlie outstanding value f nil Dodue lirothers products. Tiie nly difference between maru- hon' and the ordinary, every ilay riving of the car Is the element of line. This car will have covered as nuny miles in six. months ns the irdlnary driver woiild cover In 10 or 11 "A careful log of the journey Is wins kept nnd statistics as to Its wrfurmaiice will be published from .ime to time as the mileage niounts." Chevrolet Announces New Wheel Equipment Further individuality in the selec- tion'of a car In the low-priced field was made possible today with the an- nomicemcnt that wire or disc wheels nrc now optional equipment, without extra cost on new Chevrolet six pns- sciiKer cars. Formerly disc wheels were sfaml- nnl equipment except for sport mod- els, on which wire wheels were mount- ed nf the factory. Since (he Inttcr part of .Tnly, all passenger nuidels are tirJlh wJre wtotta, wbllo isfcwls mhw arc bclw h to (how [H-tfcr this type. fTlif new whwJ tiiuipwM-nt h l in a fde rnvktr ot colon to Mf- mnnlzc vrith the Inxly trim ot tfce different botly nXHleK Tlie color romhinntlonii on the'bOMW plus tlif added color on thp new wheels, will that the purchaser of a car In the low nrlwi field will 'w nblo to Creator Individuality in his car thtn was jwg'lhlc hercloforo. The option of wlrn or illsc wheels wt'iit into effect ou August 1. Dealers with rnrs imvlns disc wiieels. at that won1 supplied with of new wire wheels tn make the for those purchasers It. Thirty New Autos Sold In Past Week Thirty new cnrs nnd two were nold by Scloto county dealers wprk. Snlos were reported the following, dp.nters nPCordirK to the bills fileil in-lhe office oE the clerk of Chevrolet companv, fit rolels; 0. K. WoUonl. two Ctievrolejs: IlnneH rompnay, two Chevrolcts: Motor company, one Flying Cloud; lor Univeirnl Mntor company, four. Korcls; Gnllin Motors company, five Fords; Fnllertnn Motors compnny. one- Fonl; A. S. Moiilton, one Ford; Sim- mcriris Motor eoiapnay, five. Fordt Tortsiaonth Motor compnny, three Pon- tiacs: Alva Pylc, one nnd 0. 11. Hunter, one Indian' motor- cycle. w DODGE- TRUE Xnehnry of Iloston and 3oo llcvlug nt New York hnvc attained the sumo average by winning Bis gumes and two. TO GET ATHLETIC FIELD cap- ital city is to Inivc.nn.nHilctlc field of its own. The loon tion Is the large memorial park, surrounding'Dr. Sun Yet-sen's tomb nnd the field will be the scene of China's second 'national truck nnd field meet, next.spring. stnlile tor Hymnn's effort, while TrOO wns added to E. It, Brndley's to- tal, whcn-B'ar Hunter finished third. Siskin won for his owners hy finishing foiirlli. The winner, was neglected. In .the niuiuel wngerlng'tind-pnld to win, fl2.14 to place 'nnd to show. The place price on Hymau, grouped In tlic field netting than price deep 2.32 .with DoMnr to show. was TJ'ar one of the favorites paid to show. HUBS World's S. ill 71 74 07 T. 371 1BC ino 12.S oS .ri3 .22 pistols: m-m I.upor _ IRAK A8UEAGUEMEMBER IS DIPLOMATIC PROBLEM By The Assoclatnl 1'rnn (HiXBVA, Great Uritnin'K purpose to Jnik from n mandated territory into full state- hood hns concentrated attention :it the League oC Xattoiis upon I be ipii-s. tion of bow such promotion is lo m- effected. This Is a new problem in interna- tional diplomatic procedure and -.In- league's permanent mainlines mi.ssion has appointed n snh-conmiii: tee to study the general coiidltluns necessary for lerminatinK tlie ninn- dnted stntujj. The sub-committee will report in November. The British governnient last No notified Gencvit that it in- tended to recommend Irak for mem- bership in the league. RUBE -TAMES LIOXS JACKSONVILLE, Flu.. Aug. 2- The Montgomery, Aln., Lions of the Southeastern league look impotent to Rube Mnrqnanl, the former National league pitching stnr, who mnnngw nnd hurls for. Jacksonville. IVhuii Montgomery manngcd to' ffiueeze a run of llulio In rhe ninth frnmc re- cently. it WHK the Lions' first counter off Murquard in SO innings this sen- son. ___ _ _ IS A PROVED EIGHT By official tests, by service iu the hands of indi- vidual owners, and by public acceptance Hudson is a proved Eight. And official registrations, recorded in every state in the Union show that, for this year, more Hudson Eights have been delivered to consumers .than any other Eight in the world. Owners of the Dodge Six and EigHt-in-Line are especially grati- fied to find that the very features which contribute most notably to the pleasure of owning these fine motor cara are also responsi- ble for their economy, dependa- bility and long life. The carefully-perfected balance of the engines means less wear and tear from vibration. The float- ing comfort that the engine arid chassis, as well as the passengers, are vir- tually free from shock and strain. and permanent si- lence of trie Mono-Piece Steel Bodies reflect freedom from up- keep expense as well as greater safety. The internal weatherproof hydraulic brakes, which give reassuringly potib've stops, are no coady wear on taw. Now more than ever befpre, Dodge cars combine all .of the factors you want most in a motor 'car. Arid; never has Dodge ability to. give great value been more strikingly demonstrated. Dodge b. fmotory Dodge Eight '1145, f. p. b..factory THE STOPS CAR AT Blistering heat, mountain trella, faud or it's the to the standard Dodge sedan which is continuously crossing the country in the Dodfr Mileage Marathon. No greater demonstration of dependability has ever, been tempted. Over 18, 000 miles have been run in the firmt 34 1050 for the COACH SI ISO for the SEDAN Eight other models just as mttrac- lively priced, Wide range of colors. 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