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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1938, Ada, Oklahoma Page Eight THE ADA EVENING NEWS Sunday, August Walter Pearson And Ross Miller Meet Today for Men's Tennis rininiun HI HIT AIM fflRt SI 1! 1 Bulldo May hue Courts Is Scene of Final Tourney Matches Miller to Meet Jack Griggs in Junior Finals; Broadrick- Strohm Meet Long-West in Doubles Match; First Ada News Tennis Tournament Turns Out Big Success FINAL MATCHES SUNDAY AFTERNOON JUNIOR SINGLES Jack Griggs vs. Ross Miller 2 p.m. MEN'S SINGLES Eoss Miller vs. Walter R. Pearson 3 .p.m. WOMEN'S SINGLES Mrs. Harold Strohm vs. Mrs. Tawanah Pemberton. MEN'S DOUBLES Lloyd Long-Sonny West vs. Trice Broadrick-Harold Strohm. a ft Ross Miller, Ada, and'.Walter Pearson Jr., Muskogee, all set Saturday night to fight it. out for the men's sin- gles championship of The Ada News Invitation Tennis Tour- nament on Mayhue courts-today at 3 p.m. Miller stroked his way to the finals position the Ijard way, through the lower bracket, sweeping aside older and more experienced players in Strohm, Broadrick and Long. Pearson came through with victories over Paul Swinford, and M. B. Molloy. Pearson Beats Allen Pearson downed Dewey Allen, i spjrit.. He puts everything he lias Ada, Saturday evening S-G, 6-0. into his'drives and lias a back- The first set was closely contest-. nancj yanking with the best. On ed with both players stroking cautiously but Pearson hit his stride in the second" set, over- whelming his younger opponent. Both Allen and Miller who en- tered in all four divisions have felt at one time or another the strain of playing too many matches. Miller defeated Lloyd Long. University of .Colorado number two plaver of last'spring, 6-1. e-4.. 6-2, finding little, difficulty with Long's chop strokes. In the sec- ond set Long had ".he 15 year old junior flash 4-2 but ran through four straight games. Consolation Interesting Along with" these two matches the interest oT'the gallery was directed toward two consolation matches in the men's single and one in the junior singles. Fletch- er McMurry. Oklahoma City, lost to Sonny Wcit 6-0, 6-3 in the match for the tin cup in men s singles aftet winning a semi-fi- nal match from Wallace' 6-1, 9-7. G. Griggs, Oklahoma City, wen: the junior singles consolation from J. W. Lowrance. Jr.. J-3 C Dan Procter and Oscar Parker meet Max David and Wallace for the men's doubles consolation today. Mrs. Harold Strohm and Mary Rogers won the women's doubles championship Friday. At the same time Miller and Allen won the junior doubles Mrs. Strohm and Miss Rogers a service basis Miller ahead as he is also well whon it comes to volleying. Both are hard to pass and never give up seemingly impossible returns SIDELIGHTS CLEVELAND IN DOUBLEHEADER SPLLTSATURDAY Divides With" Chicago While New York Wrecking -A's, Tigers Beaten CHICAGO, Aug. the second successive afternoon the Cleveland Indians and Chi- cago's White Sox broke even in a double header, the Tribe taking the opener, 13 to 4, but losing the second, 2 to 1. Cleveland scored nine hits and two walks to start first game and never lost the the lead behind the pitching of Bob Feller, who gave up seven hits in his 12th victory. Johnny Allen permitted the Sox only five hits in the second game but lost a tight battle with Thornton Lee, who held the In- dians scoreless until the ninth. Rip Radcliff's double with, two men on 'base in the opening frame gave the Sox their two runs. It was Allen's _ fourth loss compared .with 13 wins. In the fourth" inning of the first game, the Sox tallied twice after Feller had fanned John Whltehead for the third out with the bases loaded. Catcher Rollie Hemsley dropped the third strike and instead of tagging White- head or throwing to first, he roll- ed the ball to the rubber. As the Indians walked from the field, Radcliff, who had started for leu, scored from third. Mike Kreevich from second. Joe Kuhel reached third and Whitchead ran to sec- ond. Clcvclnnd DIZ AND CUBS BEAT PIRATES, CY_OUT EARLY Dean Out in Seventh But Is Winner; Giants Boston Wins PITTSBURGH, Aug.' The Chicago Cubs unloaded a powerhouse attack again today-to crush 'the league-leading. Pitts- burgh Pirates for the second straight time, 11 to 5, although the Great Dizzy and his arm failed to last through the full nine innings. It was the second time in a row that Dizzy has been unable to go the route, but he received credit for his sixth win as the Qubs, hot on the heels of the Pirates and Giants, blasted out 17 hits and scored in all but three inn- ings. The Pirates plastered Dizzy with-five hits and four runs in the seventh, driving him out of the box, tut .the rally .made the game close only momentarily. Cy Blanton, who had.won eight straight games, started, for the Pirates Taut he didn't last the first inning. Frank -.Demaree, with four for four, including a home runi had .a perfect day at bat, and- Stan Hack tripled twice' for the Cubs. Dizzy; who had not since, two weeks ago'today when the' Phillies -disposed of him in his curves'and floaters judiciously .to hold Pitts- burgh 'to five hits for six -innings before he blew.up. It was his first 'effort against the Pirates this season. l. Cuocinello 2b Fletcher' Ib Stripe Ob Meuller c Lrfjpfti! C "VVarstler ss Hutcblnson Chicago AB Haolc 3b H Herman" 2b fi Collins Ity Galim C Hartnett 4 rf Jurjjes ss Dean p Page p '4 a 0 o-.o Totals ________ 42 11 17 27 13 O A 1 2 0 2 0 n o 22-0 IMtlHlllircrlt AB Handley- Ub Jj. Wanei- 5 Wancr rf Suhr TUzzo If V.iushan ss Tod'l c Younp: Blnnton !wlft p .Jowman p- Brandt P Irubaker x three four-baggers in -yesterday's double header, added another to- day, and Tommy Henrich snap- ped out his slump with three-run -round-tripper in the seventh. Spcrry -b Moses rf Werber 3b Hayes Johnsoii Clmpmun If Pinney Ambler All Alt K 1' JV Halo lib Heath If rf ________ Avcrlll Kcltner Feller p 11 n 0 u o Totals__________-IS IS 16 The most terrific service.seen at the meet was that of Kennedy of Konawa. The big lad sent tlie first one booming for the rervice court and if a fault was forth- coming he sent the second one harder, than the first. He dripped out in singles competition before Long. Trice Broadrick. manager, of the tournament, did a swell job in running off the matches. In addition he did a swell job defeated Teeney Bennett Mrs. Tawanah and 1-6, the who have 6-3, 6-2 to take the silver loving cups designating them as cham- pions in this division. Getting off to a shaky start, Mrs. Strohm and Miss Rogers seemed doom- ed to defeat after dropping tiie first set by the wide margin of 6 games to 1, but found their Same, stroked the ball hard and pulled out the match going strong. Mrs. Strohm's forehand drives to deep court were factor in the match. Allen and Miller, w become the sensation the tour- nament with their outstanding play, found their hands full m the combination of Glenn and Jack Griggs, Oklahoma City junior division entrants. The first set was a bitter battle, with the Horace Mann boys breaking through to win 10 and 8 on the strength of Miller's hard net smashes and clever use of the Is Exciting Capitol City youth's came back With a vengeance and took the second set comparatively easy, 6 tc 4 buf Miller and Al- len put on the heat -and ran out tfcc third set at 6-2 in as exciting a match as the tournament has offered. Get Revenge Trice Broadrick and Harold both of whom were de- feated by Miller in the men's singles, gained some measure of revenge when they landed Miller and Allen for a competition landing in the doubl- es finals and giving Miller a, battle. Harold Strohm, Ada high in- structor, shared honors' with Miller in the art of coming to the net for smashes, Strohm his hardest fight the match going three sets with Strohm on the verge 'of victory in the third set. The tournament has been suc- cessful in its first year with outstanding players from sever- al state cities entered for1 the rf -i If rj Kroovk'h cf Kuhel Ib llensit c Kuott p y i> Rosentluil Z 1 Ciller D------------------ 0 1 0 l s 0 111 1'Ottur p Smith p--------------- _......___S. Vaushan; Haclc. Kuns batted Key- olds. Hartnett, Kizzo, Demaree 2, CaJan 2, Todd, Handlcy.' L, Wan- r, JurKes. .Two base Rey- nolds. Galan, Herman, .L. 'Oemaree. Rizzo. Three baso -Tack 2, Rizio. Home iiise.i on C. Struck Dean 1. Bowman 1, re 1. Winning Dean, ins BEES SPLIT WITH BROOKLYN -DODGERS BPSTON, Aug. Totals ________ 4 i '--I C Tor Ambler in "li. for D, Smith In 9th. N-cw York. r.oiiV Henrich rf lo cf Ib Dicliby Selkirk: If Gordon 2b Sundra p 2 4 Tofils ___ "'5 for Whmjhond in Trt... Ohicasd 000-200 200-4 llemslt-y. Kuiis biiU Campbell -I. Hale, Heath. Kelhier. :i, Lary Hemalcy. ,-r Kroevioh. Two base Walker KrcoviL-li. Three bnsu hit- Campbell. Homo Campbell. Bases on Feller Totals ___ 37 11 1-t 27 7 Philadelphia Now York ______ 102 211 11 lirrovs Johnson, Gordon. Kuns batted DiMaSBio Dickey 0 GelirlB'. Selkirk, Hayes, 0 Johnson 2, Rolfe. Henrich 3. Two 0 IKIDO hit Dickey. Three baso hit niMassio, Chapman. Finney. b-or- don. Home Selkirk, Henrich. 'Johnson. Eases on balls Potter Sundra -1. D. Smitlv 2. Struck Smith Sees held onto fifth place in the National League today by split- ing a doubleheader with Brook- yn. Bill-Ppsedel's steady eight-hit Ditching aiyJ-'a 12-hit attack fea- tured by Dolph Camilli's two triples and a double, gave the Dodgers'an 8 to 1 victory'in the. opener. In the the .Bees won out 4 to 3 in the Johnny Cooney's double and Johnny Hudson's error let pirich- litter Harl Maggert score with tlie deciding run. Knott 1. Wliilchead 4, Gnbler 2. Strikeoutf 5. Whituhead 3. competition. And every entry] Kc from outside Ada was and some' still are, very much in the com- petition. players showinc well in" the tournament in addition to Allen
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