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Berkeley Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1938, Berkeley, California Eight Berkeley daily Gazette. Saturday evening August 6, 1938 statute City net title Boh Brown of John Muir who breach left in District six to paddle Tennis array when Cedric sheerer left Berkeley for a two weeks vacation and Lincoln Werum withdrew from singles Competition to focus attention on his summer session studies at u. A proved a very capable substitute indeed As he breezed through Sam Miller Lincoln s coloured Star to Annex City s unlimited singles championship yesterday on Berkeley High courts. Brown formerly a ranking player in California state Junior Tennis circles won with surprising ease from Miller whom most observers and expected to turn Buck John Muir Star. The scores were 6-0, 3-6, 6-1, 6-3 and except for second set Brown was Complete master of situation. He had previously Defeated Fred Abraham of thousand Oaks 6-3, 6-2. And Jack Rice of live Oak 6-4, 6-.1, to reach finals. Due to Courtesy of tournament committee in allowing Werum to take a it. C. Chemistry examination yesterday afternoon before teaming with Herb Bull to play off a Semi final unlimited doubles match unlimited doubles final was postponed until today. Werum Bull win Werum and Herb Bull representing be Conte playground of District six took their doubles match 10-8, 6-3, from Harry Hussian and Ray Genesy of Berkeley High and will meet Lincoln s Sam Miller and Bill Lowe in today s finals. Genesy already famous As a High jumper and softball chucker showed considerable ability As a paddle Tennis player but could not quite match brilliance of More experienced Werum and Bull. Intermediate crowns were won by Jefferson s Art Dangus in singles with a 6-3, 6-2. 6-3 Victory Over Berkeley High s Tom Mulligan and by George Fox and Joe Wasser also of Jefferson in doubles. Dangus. And been favored to win after upsetting Ler Conte s we slav o Neill 7-6, 6-2, in first round thursday. Fox and Wasser Defeated Collins and Danielson of live Oak 6-0, 6-4, 6-4, for doubles title. Win8 in love 8et8 Charley Owens Lincoln s Pride in Junior class came through even better than expected to Down Bob Burge of be Conte in two love sets for Junior singles title. Owens then teamed with Charles Miller to take doubles Crown from Dale Hanna and James Ferguson of live Oak. The Only catch in proceedings is that tournament committee is investigating charges that Owens who claims to be Only 12, is in reality 14 pc Fri old and therefore ineligible for Junior Competition. A h Wetts proves night then Lincoln will boast both Junior championships but if protests by his opponents Are found True Bob Burge of be Conte will meet Martin Gren Nan of live Oak for singles title next week while Don Dalton and Leroy Meeker of Jefferson Battle Hanna and Ferguson of live Oak for doubles Crown. Nearly perfect record Owens lost Only one game in defeating three opponents in his Wirch to championship. The Lincoln coloured Flash trimmed Sohne of Grove 6-0, 6-0, then biased through Grennan 6-0, 6-1, before whitewashing Burge 6-0, 6-0. Entries in girls events were exceedingly scarce with Only districts 3 and 6 competing. The unlimited doubles and singles will he played off next week at John Muir with representatives of la Nofel of playground meeting Marria Bates in singles and Bates and Winnie Scott in doubles. The latter Hail from John Muir. Marie peter8 wins other championships were decided yesterday with Marie Peters of Lincoln Downing Barbara Durkee of John Muir 6-1, 6-2, in intermediate singles and Peters and Wilson of Lincoln edging out Durkee and Lindeburg of John Muir 6-7, 6-1, 6-3, for doubles j final. 1 Vera Brown of Lincoln won Junior girls singles by defeating Betty Lou Mcatee of Mckinley 6-3, 6-1, and then teamed with Wilson to Down Mcatee and Price 6-3, 6-4, in doubles. Results unlimited s Static Pinal Bob Brown John Muir. Dry. Sam Miller Lincoln 8-0, 3-6, 6-1. 6-3. Doubles Semi final Lincoln Merum and Herb Bull la Conte. Del. Harry Huss an and Ray Venesy Berkeley High. 10-8. 6-3. Intermediates single Pinal Art Dangus Jefferson. Def Tom Mulligan Berkeley High 6-3, 6-2. 6-3. Double pint i George pox and Joe Wasser Jefferson def. Collins and Danielson Llva Oak. 6-0, 6-4, 6-4. Juniors singles Pinal Charles Owens. Lincoln def. Bob Burge be Conte 6-0, 6-0. Doubles Pinal Charles Owens and Charles Miller Lincoln def. Dale Hanna and James Ferguson. Live Oak. Default. Intermediate girls singles  Pinal Marie Peters Lincoln. Def Barbara Durkee John Muir 6-1. 6-2. Doubles Pinal Marie Peters and Ruth Lwon Lincoln Debarbara Durkee and made Uoo Bunde suib John Muir 5-7, 6-1, 6-3. Junior girl8 singles pm no a very Brown Lincoln def. Betty Lou Mcatee Mckinley 6-3, 6-1. I doubles anal Vera Brown and Betty Wilson a. Lincoln Lou Mcatee and Patricia a Prier Mckinley 6,-3, 6-4. Mad at each other no native sons upset bergs role always defeat 20-30 s further refutation to in mar Tiit Don Budge and Gene Mako have had a rift and broken up their doubles combination was afforded new York newspapermen upon arrival of Davis cup pair from abroad when Don left and his teammate posed for cameramen. Budge denied that he and Mako have split up saying that they were still Best of friends and that they had every intention of playing doubles together in defense of Davis cup. Plantation not theirs anyway in wives names coast league results los Angeles 11. San Francisco 8 11 innings. Hollywood 9, Oakland 3. San Dietro 4. Sacramento 1. Portland 5, Seattle 1. Angels recapture Lead As senators lose to padres by untied pre los Angeles bounced Back on top of Pacific coast league today after hiking a wild 11-8, 11-inning Victory from san Francisco while Sacramento dropped out of a. Tie for first place by losing to san Diego. The. Angels let Sun Francisco steal a five run Lead on them in first three innings. Each scored twice in fourth. Los Angeles came close with four runs in fifth while san Francisco got Only one and Angels tied it up in seventh 8 to h. With two runs. In a in eleventh inning los Angeles banged in three scores to break deadlock. Both sides played errorless Ball despite free hitting which saw los Angeles got 17 bits off Fraxier Hermonn and Ballon while san Francisco hit Berry Judat and Carnett 16 times. Craghead beats Schmidt san Diego took a solid 4-1 win from Sacramento. Patchett s Homer in fifth broke a 1-1 tie and padres added two More in sixth to coast Home. Craghead eased Sacramento out with three hits while san Diego got 10 off Schmidt and Newsome. Hollywood trounced Oakland 0-3. Clinching game with a six run circus in third inning after it started out cautiously. Bolen set Oakland Down with five hits while Foll Wood was nicking Van Fleet anal she Elvin for 17. Portland railed Seattle when Hilcher held hapless Kai n is to two hits. Portland scored in first took three in fifth and added another in seventh getting 1.1 hits off Pickrell Beck Sor Vonti and Fernandes. Muller hit a worthless Homer for Seattle in . Last of ninth. Scores at Sacramento i ii k Diego 100 012 000 i Sacramento .010 000 000 standing of won los Angeles .15 Sacramento .74 san Diego .69 san Francisco .69 Seattle 66 Portland 60 Hollywood 59 Oakland 45 clubs lost pet. Go. 54 .581 .574 .535 .531 .512 .465 .457 .346 55 60 61 63 69 70 85 1 6 6 2 9 15 15 30 How series san Francisco 3. Los Hollywood 3, Oakland Sacramento 2, san Diego 2 Portland 3, Seattle 2. Stand Angeles 1. Doubleheaders sunday los Angeles at san Francisco. Oakland at Hollywood. Portland at Seattle. San i go at Sacramento. Rosenbloom pastor match called draw by United Preu Hollywood. Aug. 6 slaps Maxie Rosec Bloom a patriarch of rings wars fought ten rounds to a draw with Broadway Bob pastor Burfor. 14.000 spectators at Gumore stadium last night. The crowd booed referee Abe Roth s decision believing Rosenbloom should have been awarded verdict that was surprising in of a. Pastor who had entered ring favorite fell victim to same strategy that has befallen Many other foes. The former heavy weight Champion outfoxed and outsmarted younger pastor in a fight that was devoid of knockdowns. Little damage was done to either fighter through 10 rounds. Rosen Bloom slap Happy Clown who supposedly trained for fight by smoking cigars and slapping his night club customers on Back appeared to be fresher a.-, they left ring. He had seemed tired a Early As fourth round but As scrap progressed he gained in strength and was pushing action at finish. Ii k 1 .1 batteries Craghead and lie to re Schmidt Newsome and Franks. At san Franci co l. A000 240 200 0.1 s. F.101 210 000 00 batteries Kerry. Lunt b 11 17 a i a in h f a and Sueme Fra Ier Hermann Lou and Spring. At los Angeles Oakland .102 000 000 Hollywood 200 601 my Bat erics Van Fleet and Raimondi Bolen and at Seattle Portland 100 0.10 100 a Seattle 000 000 00 1 batteries Hilcher and Cro in Pickrell Keck servant and Fernandes. R ii k. I 1 " 2 of 17 2 Sheehon a Sartje. I k .1 0  by Steve Snider United pros staff correspondent Chicago aug. 6.-that old Virginia Plantation for which j. Smith Pere Bee a broker played 144 holes of Golf in 13 hours and 32 minutes was owned by neither him nor Man who bet he could to it was revealed today. It was owned by mrs. Forebee and mrs. Fred Tuerk wife of Ferebee s business colleague who entered All or nothing bet after a disagreement Over managerial methods. And at least one of wives mrs. Fere Bee knew nothing of Wager which was settled amid blistered feet Thunder showers and enthusiastic galleries yesterday. Dog House on estate but there will be no difficulty in Ferebee s collecting his winning any More than there would have been if Tuerk had won. Winner and loser explained that they had put property in their wives names for convenience. Ferebee was a Little worried though As to his wife s reaction when she learns that he spent a Day playing Golf and risking his half share in Plantation which has been in his family for some 300 years. Tuerk was a Good loser. I guess Smith ought to be one to have it anyway he said. That place has been in his family for a ions time. Its value May be a Little overestimated. We paid $30,-000 for it in 1933 but i guess he it s Worth More they bought it from Ferebee s Uncle. Ferebee won with Only minutes to spare As last bit of Daylight was fading. He limped in his set blistered his Back aching Lumbago but with his eighth round a stroke better than his first. Wins bet easily Tuerk took up Ferebee s boast that he could do 14s holes in one Day but added a stickler each round had to be 95 or under. Still Ferebee a 10-Handlcap player won in a walk with rounds of 90, 82, 82, 82, 87, 88, and 89, a total of 687. Sure i Hurt All Over Ferebee grinned at finish. But it was easy. I could have gone further if it had t rained me out of 97 minutes playing time but i Guss get in Plantation was Ferebee s eight rounds were played under almost every Handicap a golfer can face. He started at 4 03 a. M in virtual darkness. There was heavy rain High wind and later drying race is Fiat proved fast on one Side and slow on other with no Way to Tell which was which. On Slaw greens he had to use a five Iron and in Sand traps he had to use a Putter. As he finished last Hole he called to gallery Well anyway my Golf s got volume if not today s port Parade Surprise victors face Hubbards and next wednesday in softball league title playoffs it will be native sons is. The Hubbard Auto parts and Roll away screens is. The y. M. C. A. Next wednesday night in Semi finals of 1938 Berkeley night softball league championship playoff series on James Kenney Park Diamond. The natives and Roll always came through with stunning upset triumphs at Kenney last night to fill in two unoccupied brackets in semifinals that had already been accorded their Defeated opponents by league Dop Esters. The native sons open division b champions struck Down highly favored Berg s chapels champions of open division c. 9-1, in highest upset of season. The Roll away screens titlist in closed division a. Conquered 20-30 club representatives of service club division 8-2, in an outcome that was almost As great a Surprise to impartial league observers. The Hubbard Auto parts men delegates from open division a go into Semi finals in inter division series As result of having drawn a Bye in first round of playoffs. The y. M. C. A., Church division Champion gained us Semi finals status by virtue of a Triumph Over recreation department of closed division b. Survivors of next wednesday s two Semi finals Are slated to Settle 1938 league title in a final Battle at Kenney Friday night and both teams will be entered from this City in Alameda county champions Hon series in Oakland August 22-29. Major league results National league w. L. Pet. Go Tom Pipgras reenters majors As Umpire Chicago Auk. 6. George Pipgras former major league Pitcher came Hack into bib Clell today As an Umpire in Washington Chiciak White Kox series which was to open thin afternoon. Pipgras a right hand Pitcher formerly hurled for new York Yankees and bios ton red sox. Henry Mclemore Montague May los Angeles aug. I up John Montague whose exploits with Rake and to on Golf course have become almost legendary last night admitted j. Smith Ferebee. Chicago broker had thought of something new when he undertook to play eight 18-Hole rounds. No said Montague. I be never tried a stunt like that but under similar conditions with a Largo bet like that involved i might try by Henry Mclemore United pm stiff correspondent new York aug. 6-putting sport shot Here and there Tennis fathers say there won t be a break up of Mako Budge Davis cup doubles combination. But that does t necessarily mean they la play. Because if Australia reaches Challenge round they will have a Guy named Adrian quist on their doubles team. And he has never lost a doubles match in which Budge was one of his opponents. The old Wilmer Allison Johnny Van Ryn team is Back in circulation and has eyes on assignment. I Lowry Armstrong reports there is no truth to Rumor that if he beats Lou ambers next wednesday and wins lightweight Crown he is going to Chan Nege Joe Louis. That might t be a bad idea either. What s happened to Bill decor Levant eight months ago you could t pick up a paper without seeing his name in Type. Down in Hattiesburg. Miss., chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a re enactment of Sullivan fight in labor Day. Gentleman Jim and Jake fought 15 rounds with Bare Knuckles Back in 1889. By ats ring idol in 1933 Lou ambers Rode rails Down from Herkimer n. A. And sat in a gallery seat to watch Tony can Nonerl fight kid chocolate. Three years later Lou won lightweight Crown from Tony his ring idol. Reports from Detroit say tigers will undergo a Gigantic shake up this Winter. Only five members of present cast Are slated to be retained. Walter Hagen and hts son Walter jr., a notre Damp student will make a father and son team for $13,500 Westchester 108-Hole championship at White Plains n. Y., september 22-25. Practically every professional Star will play in 108-Hole Marathon this looks like one for or. J. Smith Ferebee shooting at th.? $5000 that goes to Winner. Copy lohf18 United pros Pittsburgh. 59 35 .628new York. 56 41 .577 4v4 Chicago. 53 42 .558 6 i Cincinnati. 53 42 .558 6% Boston. 43 49 .467 15 Brooklyn. 44 51 .463 15 st. Louis. 40 54 .426 .19 Philadelphia. 29 63 .315 29 games behind Leader. Yesterday s results new York 5, Pittsburgh 3. Cincinnati 4, Brooklyn 1. St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 0. Only games scheduled. American league w. L. Pet. Go new York. 60 31 .659 Cleveland. 55 33 .625 3 2 Boston. 53 37 .589 6 i Washington. 49 38 .$05 14 Detroit. 47 50 .485 16 Chicago. 38 47 .447 19 Philadelphia. 32 57 .360 27 st. Louis. 30 61 .330 30 games behind Leader. Yesterday s results new York 6, Cleveland 1. Boston 9, Detroit 8 10 innings. St. Louis 9, Philadelphia 2. Washington at Chicago rain. Equipoise died of intestine ailment Lexington. Ky., Auk. 0\ or. Charles Harvard Lexington veterinarian said today an autopsy had revealed that death of famous Whitney race horse equipoise Hud resulted from an inflammation of lower intestine. Pitchers heroic steady pitching. Plus Heads up defense work brought about Victory for both underdog teams last night. Frank Kuhlken limited ordinarily hard hitting bergs to but five safeties none of which went for More than one base. The Only run scored off his deliveries was credited to babe Schauer in sixth Innone As result of his single and another one Bagger by Cente fielder Hafey. On four other occasions Kuhlken mowed bergs Down on strikeouts or infield ruts after runners gained a foothold on bags. Rav Genesy. Kuhlken s Mound rival was charged i h issuing Only seven hits but most of those blows meant runs because of presence on bags of other runners who had made Grade because of his wildness. He fat two runners on sacks in second inning and they both scored without Aid of a hit. Tierney homers Marty Tierney. Veteran shortstop boosted score to 3-0 in third with a Home run. Genesy s error gave natives another run in fourth and ultimate winners really went to town in sixth with a three run spree resulting from four hits and a base on balls. Two More batters Drew walks in seventh and both crossed plate on Iverson s single. It was about same Story in other game. The favored 20-30 s elected to Start Leroy Thompson in Box instead of their no. 1 Rucker Arno Gustavson and they got rapped for 10 hits seven of which came in a Bunch in third and fourth innings resulting in a barrage of seven runs. Thompson had fair control of continued on next Page Ball managers Honor sponsors Central California baseball managers association inc., will entertain sponsors of baseball clubs monday evening at Mcclymonds High school auditorium. Fourteenth and Market streets. Oakland. The committee consisting of Manuel Duarte. Steve Graham and George Gerichten. Has arranged for five professional acts entire Oakland baseball club will be present newly elected officers Harry Skow president Manuel Duarte first vice president George Gerichten second vice president Bill Christensen. Treasurer Elmer Coleman recording Secretary Art Macy. Business Secretary and Pat de Franco sergeant at arms will be installed by judge Joseph Kennedy. The evening is free and Public is invited. The time is 8 p. M. Following Are tomorrow s bookings As announced today by baseball association Alameda City league Ben s Golden glow is. Tit s hop Gold Washington. 2 30. Class a summer e Remar bakery is. Owl Coffee shop auditorium. 2io. Nick s Buffet is Mai s Tacoma Beer Bushrod no 1. 12 10. Golden slate bakery is. Hayward merchants. Elm mrs. 2 10. Robnik s Buffet is. Quality press. Bay View no. 2. 2.4.ri. Independent games soul Hern Pacific stores is. Keystone club. Lincoln. 2 1. Golden slam Ltd. Is. Guy s drugs Bush Rod no. 2. 2 4 5. Grace Bro. Berr is. Moffat packers 1st Mcdonald. 2. Pacific Orcy Hou Iri is. Richmond merchants be Arnht. 2 30. Frank s College inn is e. Bercovich & son. Bay View no. 1. 2 4 a. West Market boys is. Daly City merchants. Daly City. 2 30. Warehousemen s Union is. Pines Valley brew. Hay Ward. 2 30. Darllo motors is. American legion Bells. Palo Alto. 2 00. Mickey s inn is. Alhambra water. Bush Rod no. 1. 2 4.r. Petersen s liquors is. Rose Garden Chapel. San Leandro 2 30. Orinia reds is. Vicerra s cabaret. San Pablo no. 1. 2 30. Concord Mei chants is. Oakland a. A Concord. 2 30. Albany merchants is. Calif. Yellow jackets. Albany. 2 30. Decoto merchants is Calif. Eagles san no 2. 2 30. Food clerks Union no. 1 is. Giarolo Feller s wildness aids foe by George Kirksey United press staff correspondent Chicago aug. 6- Yankees have any number of formulas for winning games. Sometimes they win them on Power. Other times they win on pitching. Yesterday they just sat tight and let Cleveland indians toss a vital game into their laps. The yanks made four hits and six runs. The indians made five hits and one run. Today Ruppert team was three and one half games ahead of tribe and looking More like tipple champions every Day. The wildness of Bob Feller was biggest contribution to Yankee Victory. He walked 11 batsmen in seven innings. It did t matter that he allowed Only three hits. Bump had Ley pitched steadily All Way to notch his fifth Victory. A ladies Day crowd of 62,753 amended. Today yanks hoped to Trump tribe again with lefty Gomez opposing Johnny Allen Indian s Ace. Gomez will be striving to reach .500 Mark having a record of nine victories and 10 losses. Joe Cronin hero a great ninth inning rally topped by manager Joe Cronin s Homer with bases loaded enabled Boston red sox to Triumph Over Detroit 9-8. In 10 innings. Going into ninth red sox trailed 8-3. A five run blast tied score and then doubles by Roger Cramer and Joe Vosmik accounted for winning tally in tenth. Lefty Grove making his first Start since his Arm went dead was removed after tigers had scored four runs in seventh. Rookie Jim Bagby received credit for Victory. In other american league game Rookie Fred Johnson pitched st. Louis Browns to a 9-2 Victory Over Philadelphia athletics. The Browns staged a six run rally in fifth. Buster Mills made two doubles and two singles to Pace Browns. Trim bucs Lead up and Down new York giants trimmed Pittsburgh s National league Lead to four and one half games by Downing pirates 5-3. Bob seed s Homer with a mate on base in seventh and score tied 3-3, decided Issue. Walter Brown starred in a Relief role after coming to Cliff Melton s Rescue with score tied. Cincinnati moved into a third place tie with Idle Chicago cubs by defeating Brooklyn 4-1. Paul Derringer scattered 11 hits to score his fourteenth Victory More than any other National league Pitcher. Tot press la tired in late innings and reds put Over winning runs in eighth and ninth. Lon Wambeke pitched st. Louis cardinals to a 3-0 shutout Victory Over Phillies allowing Only six hits. Two errors by shortstop George Scharel aided cards in scoring their first two runs. A yesterday s hero Bob seeds new York giant s outfielder recently brought up from Newark who hit a two run Homer in seventh to give giants a 5-3 Triumph Over pirates. Continued on next Page learn Tennis with pictures in five easy lessons by a Champion v Ai. Mrs. Ritchie Smith take go tourney itch boo Smith won Artyv a Iii Blind nine i a went be tend in with a and 0 Tyty scores of. Connie o Donovan illustrates backhand. Many perfect technique by bouncing Ball against Side of a Wall. Babe Ruth and Max Baer donate blood by i noted press new York aug. 6-babe Ruth was Back in Brooklyn coaching Box today after a Day at Hospital whore he donated a pint of blood to his adopted daughter Julia. Julia 22-year-old daughter of mrs. Ruth by a previous marriage said she flt better already a moment after babe s blood was injected into her arteries. She was operated on recently for cellulitis of neck and. While her condition was not serious while corpuscle count Ici Herb t d became Low yesterday. Max aids Mother Oakland aug. 6 up training schedule of Max Baer was interrupted today As former world heavyweight Champion underwent a blood transfusion in a desperate Effort to save life of his Mother mrs. Dora Baer. At East Oakland Hospital attaches reported that mrs. Baer s critical condition was Baer in training at Lake Tahoe for his pugilistic comeback flew to his Mother s bedside when her illness of several month s duration suddenly became grave. Practice Tennis with pictures posed by a Job Constance o Donovan City i on Way to play and insists m0 one is too old or too Young to take up i patience Are required for development of an Ace. Champion of Detroit. The seasoned player gives a few timely suggestions game. Long hours of practice natural ability and an abundance of Varoff reaches 14 feet in pole vault by i nil cd press Malmoe Sweden aug. 8 touring u. S. Track team won five More events yesterday making a total of 10 victories Over a picked european Tram in two Day meet. Ben Johnson won 200-m.?Ter sprint in 21.3 seconds. Fred Walcott was ahead in High hurdles in 14.2 Charlie Fenske triumphed in 2000-meter run in 5 19.2 George Varoff topped pole vaulters with a Mark of 4.27 meters 14 feet and u. S. 1000-meter relay team won in 1 54.3. Decide Winner Hamburg Germany aug. 6 Mozel Ellerbe of Tuskegee was declared Winner of thursday s Loo meter dash. The race was so close it was first announced As a triple dead heat. But photographs showed Ellerbe winning by narrowest of margins with Wilbur Greer second and Clyde Jeffrey third. The camera also gave Harbig of Germany Victory Over Harley How Ells in 400-meters, although each was timed in 48 seconds Flat with Charlie Miller of California third in 48.6. Campbell tries for new speedboat Mark Geneva aur. 6.-sir Malcolm Campbell British automobile Speed enthusiast said lie would attempt to inns i his own Speed boat record of 120.9 Miles per hour today despite what lie termed a dangerous he said he went Over 100 Miles an hour in a trial yesterday and had loin of i left

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