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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1940, Zanesville, Ohio                                Tiimam THE SIGNAL jnesday Evening, July 10. 1940 ___ Kg Field "Prepares for Motoreyde_Races_ Here Sunday c_..A Fatfprn tors mm Loca Pilots Today's Sport n 8-Race Card at Fair Grounds itional League Offers Proof It Still the Pitcher's Circuit LOUIS, MO. The o'nal league, the pitcher's cir- held its head high today and ted proudly to its "big five" of box. >ading from left to right they Big Paul Derringer, Bucky Lers, Whitlow Wyatt. Larry ich and Carl thanders and a pair of lefties d they had what it takes in All-Star game yesterday to :ture the bubble of the Amer- league's vaunted power at the ie greatest sluggers in the rican league were helpless and handcuffed by Der- Br's whipcracker curve, Wai- sinker ball, Wyatt's healthy hard one, French's twisting ,v ball, and Hubbell's aged bu honorable screw ball, -aeon Bill McKechnie's paradi itchers was too much for the American leaguers, who 4-0, and became the first team jjEW YORK With All-Star history to be horse-collar-1 Lawson tittle to be the only note- ed. Not only were the American j worlny absentee, the greatest golf KlanL-oH hilt hilt ihPV ___ will AnPftPS Hagen, Sarazen May Meet In Match Parade By Henry Mclemore 'eyhoundWins Grand Circuit Cham- ship form, Greyhound equaled jest time of the 1940 1-4 in straight Win free-for-all trot in last t's program of Grand Circuit less racing at Fort Miami k. ie gray gelding, owned by E. taker of St. Charles, 111., and sn by Sep Palin, crossed the h line four lengths in front of Hanover. won the first of the e heats Monday night before postponed the rest of the pro- n Dale Hanover, bay horse ed by John Caton, finished nd in both heats of the free- ill last night. M (Doc) Parshall of Urbana irove Fearless Peter to victory he matron stake for three- pacers, carrying a purse The bay colt took ight heats in times of and 1-4. irshall brought in another ler in the 22 class trot, with ville Anna, bay filly, finishing nd in the ..first heat and cap- is the next in to claim major share of the purse, the 11 class pace Grat- Axworthy ran second to Betty jratlan in the first heat, then 'the second and third in and 3-4. Charles Lacey the bay gelding, ate Hanover, piloted by Vic nine, captured the winners e of the 5666, pace. The gelding stepped off the second fourth heats in 1-2 and ;Q. 1NUL UIH V wci c me eaguers blanked out but they were victims of the best group pitching plan the All-Star series ever has seen. The three hits allowed by he National league was one less than the four Lefty Gomez and Mel Harder gave the senior loop in 1935 at Cleveland. Here's how the heralded Amer- ican league power faded out in the simmering heat of a sweltering midwestern afternoon: Only 31 American league batters (four over a perfect game) went to the plate. Only five men reached base- three on hits and two on walks. Only one man reached second base, and only one (the same one) reached third. Only eight balls were hit out of the infield all day, three clean hits four easy flies and one hard-m' liner from Jimmy Foxx which Ter ry Moore pulled down easily afte a short run in deep center. These famed American leagu Foxx, Joe Di Maggio, Hank Greenberg, Chani Keller, Ted Williams and j i V. 1 I C7 it v UL LI IV mv- c------ tars in this country will engage n what Gene Sarazen calls a blood match" at Detroit on July 6-17, and a highlight of these fes- ivities for the Red Cross may be 36-hole clash between Sarazen nd Walter Hagen. Aside from hat possible feature, the competi- ion will be among players to be ed by Sarazen against the U. b. Ryder team, captained by Hagen. vhich was deprived by the war ot ts scheduled encounter with Eng- a'sarazen's hand-picked, ball-sock ng battalion will be out to avenge the slight of having been left off the Ryder Cup squad, and, accord- ng to Sarazen, no punches will be pulled in the free-for-all, which will be conducted under Ryder Cup regulations. "What's more we are going tc claim the Ryder cup if we Sarazen said today, gesturing quite emphatically with a bandaged hand that had run afoul some farm machinery at his Brookfield Cen- ter. Conn., dairy. "We'll claim the cup and I think we deserve to have it if we can beat the team that holds Sara- zen said. "And I'm pretty sure we will win. As for Hagen's offer to Races on Fair Grounds Track Will Will. -n.3 bet on the cup team, well take care of that when We get to Detroit." IvGIlsr i eu. vv Dickey-got just three balls out o the infield all day and outfielder camped under these three effort Verily, as Red Ruffing, Yankee pitcher who was charged with the defeat because of the homer Max West blasted off him with two men on in the first inning, said in shower bath after the game: only aft- "Where's all that American playoff with Little, Sarazen is league power I've been reading brin all his unlimited enthusi- i asm into the forthcoming event, as If it is still existent, then it s j lhough jt were some major fixture nn in the bie bat of Luke nf vital importance to him per- etroit. National Open champion in 192A National and British Open cham- pion in 1932 and eliminated from v ._ -1-..4- sift- 11 1L io wrapped up in the big bat of Luke AppUng. White Sox shortstop, who blasted a double off the right- field wall on Derringer in the sec- ond inning and a line single Larry French in the eighth. Only other hit the American leaguers Akron Takes Over Mid-A Loop Lead surprising Ak- ron Yankees occupied a shaky seat atop the Mid-Atlantic league lad- der today, marking a 32-day rise from the cellar. The Yanks turned the trick last with a 19-to-O rout of Red Birds, tnOUgu n wcie of vital importance to him per- a'matter of fact, all proceeds will go to the Red Cross under plans made by Russell Gnau of Detroit, who arranged the matches Big diisappointment centers around Little's rejection of an in- vitation to play with Sarazen s l6-We'd like to have the Open champion with us and I think Lit- tle should have made every ef- fort to participate." Sarazen said "However, we can win without I'll take Hagen on in a match if he really wants to go BiU above, is Philo-Lancaster Tilt Tops Opening Of Second Half of Central Season v in last victory m while the Youngstown Browns were knock- ing off the Canton Terriers 6 to 2 in Canton matcn 11 JIG ica..j> through with that challenge, but I'm not going to merely walk around the course with him. He s the non-playing captain of the cup team, but there is no rule barring him from getting out there and swinging clubs against me in tnese matches with the point counting in the final standings for his side or mine, depending upon who wins between us." The Ryder cup squad will be _ i i_ H 1 The results left Akron wtih a half-game advantage over the ler- riers and a full game lead over NEW al ready done my Christmas shop P'cfome the 25th of December, my friends are going to get from me the United States Lawn lenms as- sociation, wrapped in appropriate paper and tied with appropriate ribbon, and marked "don't open have to." I decided on this novel gift when I read a raft of statements by Wai ter Pate a prominent member o the U. S. L. T. A. and for severa years the non-playing captain o the American Davis cup team. Mr. Pate, who is lovingly known as "Addle" to some of us, issued hi statements after being asked wha he thought of the idea of hpldm an open tennis championship a Forest Hills for the benefit of tn Red Cross. After due consideration, M Pate said he thought it was a grea idea, but only because a grea charity like the Red Cross woul benefit from having the profession als mingle and mix with the sacre and glorious youngsters who pia the game for fun. Once started talking. Mr. Pate was hard to stop and if the re- marks credited to him are accurate (and I have no reason to that they are not) he put the old blasteroo on the professionals. He expressed the opinion that an open championship would be a farce, as only three Budge, Fred Perry and Ellsworth stay on the same court with the 12 leading amateur players. The fact that Mr. Pate ignored such fine' professionals as Les Stoefen, Bruce Barnes, and halt a dozen others does not rile me so much as does his even considering an open tournament. If he had said the U. S. L. T. A. wanted no part of an open cham- pionship, that the U. S. L. T. A. shuddered at the thought of hav- ing the amateurs brush flannels with the money-tainted pros and that even the sacred waters of the Ganges would not be powerful enough to cleanse an amateur of- ficial once he had talked directly to a professional, I would not have considered sending Mr Pate or w Final arrangements were being completed today for he motorcycle rices scheduled for Sunday afternoon at the YlSskingum county fairgrounds__Sponsored by the local Legion post No. 29 andJ he Zanesville Motorcycle club, the aces will start at 2 o'clock. The rack will be open for practice at o'clock while time trials will >egin at noon. Approximately 20 entries for the aces have been received, Charles Julian, publicity director, said to- day. A last minute flood of entries s expected Saturday. It was pointed out that the races will be the first ever held at the Muskingum county fair grounds sanctioned by the American Motor- cycle association- Many of the nation's outstanding riders are expected to compete for the in prize money. Among these are Stanley Witimski, of entered are Tom Grear, William Waltermire and John Englehart, all of Zanesville, and John Riley. of Ironspot. Eight races will be held. Riden will be classified as novice, ama- teur and expert and will in the proper divisions. Don Schaum will be the starter while Charles Julian will be the referee. Four out-of-town judges also will be present. It also was announced today that two novelty events have been sche- duled for the afternoon. These a motor scooter race and a mas- liicSt: aic f Reading, Pa.; Bill Huber, also of Reading; "Army" Armstrong, of Columbus; J. B. Jones, Anderson, Ind Bill Newman. Lancaster; Bob Hanket, Elm Grove, W. Va.; Ray Walton, Wooster; Russ Boss, Mas- sillon- Fred Monzione, Canton, and John Harwatt, Wheeling, W. Va. Local riders who have 3. mOtVi bUUULCi A ovi querade race. Prizes will be award ed the winners of each event. Wrestling Results (By The Associated Press) For Your Floor and Interior Woodwork Use Martin 100% Pure Varnishes Martin's Floor Wax, paste, liquid or self polishing is positively the highest quality wax on the mar- ket. With three teams battling for the top position, the second half the Central Ohio baseball league season rolls into the summer Sun- jy. Philo's Powermen. Coshocton s Regulars and the Anchor Hocking Glass crew of Lancaster are prel- tv much knotted in the race for the loop flag. Current standings show Coshocton out front by one game over the other two clubs. The feature event of the league schedule for Sunday Is the Phrto- Tire club, now holding last place. Although Sunday will see the opening of the second half of the season, several postponed games consiueieu ociiun.e, any of his U. S. L. T. A. brothers to you as a Christmas present. I would have been selfish and kept them for myself, and treasured them as men of honest convictions and as men who stood by their Martin's House Paint in of beautiful col- ors can now be purchased lor per gallon Amber-Lyte Finishes in all of the beautiftrt colors, the finest material for Kitchen and Bathroom woodwork and floors, porch furni- 'ture, etc. Sweitzer Paint Hardware COR. MAIN 7TH PHONE 19 3-4, taking second in the first third in the third heats. remainedTin fourth llant Heart claimed top money ie 22 class trot, capturing Ight heats in 3-4 and lie KJ'uer composed of Ralph Guldahl, Byron Nelson, Henry Picard, Sam Sneact. Jimmy Hines, Victor Ghezz., Paul Runvan, Horton Smith, Dick Metz and Harold McSparien, while Sara- zen's team will include, besides Phii0 Sarazen himself, Craig Wood, J3d scneciuie iu< ounuoj Lancaster engagement at the Pow- jUlrf.iii'-u i" and a half games Oliver, jumnj 'can Harry Cooper, Al Wattou Tommy Armour, Jimmy Thomson, Clayton Heafner, Ed Dudley, John- ny yRevolta, and Billy Burke with B  me In And It. Expert Fittings. S North 4th St. One Of The Most Comfortable Trusses On The Market. Herron Drug Store Prescription Druggists Zanesville, O. Phone Main 48 wrestlers Rumor wrpsii'-'is That by 1945 (which gives a decent interval for quietly giving Chicago the hcave-ho) the Big Ten will re- place the Maroons with Nebraska from the Big Six. Business Note. Since Tony took his thumping, His business has been slumping, And there's moaning at the Orange, New Jersey bar. and Dark Horse Triumphs In Clay Court Meet NEW Paul, a big red-haired designer of men s clothing who still doesn't know whether he'd rather live in Detroit or Brooklyn, admitted yesterday that he has serious designs on the New York State Clay Court Tennis championship. This was imme- diately after he had defeated Lyttleton Rogers, former Irish Davis cup star, in a stirring three-set match to enter the quar- ter finals. Paul already has become the sensation of the tournament, steal- schooners aren't sailing So nationally-known players. As they did when Tony Shot the course in par. Bov. is he mad! Jimmy .Dykes is. so sorei at some Only one other, top-seeded Don McNeill of Kenyon college, has ad- vanced as far in the tourney. He joined Paul in the round of eight with a 7-5. 6-4 victory over George PHRASE BATES BACK fO THE DAYS WH BOTH MEN AND WOMEN COKCtALEO THEIR MIRTH IN THE FOLDS OF THEIR Every day more and more people realize that to owning a home is to finance the buying through a mort- gage loan from us.. Re- payments are made like rent in convenient monthly install m e n t s. Consult us at once. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Timmv Dvkes is so sore ai sume wan a ,-j. o--. of hT White Sox he forbade the Pero of Miami, Fla, nlayers to leave town during the ihree-dav All-Star game respite. Olivfa da Havilland. the film star, has placed herself under the wings of big Olin Dutra on the coast and ?old him to get her ready for the lournevs The Dodgers, who are Playing the Owl circuit this iweek. had to take along four Brooklyn semi-pros to catch up the lack caused by the All-Star game and hospital list. Today's guest star. Burick. Dayton (O.) Nevys. -Somebodv suggested Barney Mc- Cosky and Dixie Walker, who were fgnoren' in the all-star selections must fer-1 like a football team that Sail its games and then isn't invited to the Rose Bowl. Or like Ed (They Done Him Wrong) j Oliver. _ Job wanted. Don McNeill. the tennis star, is j !all dressed up with no place to .go. Recently he completed four years of study, for the foreign di- nlomatic service in Kenyon college. P Now he's thinking of learning another trade, the demand for am- bassadors being what it is. Headline headlines The Oakland Tribune captioned a photo of Maurice Tillett. the wrestler: "Parfum d' Angelica- an angel who smells. 23 TIMES SINCE 1935- SIX TIMES IN THE LAST YEAR ALONE Sohio's research men have given you 23 boosts in X-70's mileage, pickup, power and anti-knock! Do you want the most gasoline performance for your gasoline money? Do you want unexcelled mileage unexcelled get- away...a new high in anti-knock? 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