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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - July 23, 1938, Circleville, Ohio Page two the daily Herald a Circleville. Ohio saturday july 23, 1938boston red sox move into striking distance of top position indians fall before drive of climbers Hartnett new cub Boss nearly ended career by wild throw in training pirates increase Nat Lead and reds split pair with Philadelphia new York july 23�? up a the torrid Battle Between new York and Cleveland for first place in the american league has almost obscured the steady plugging of the Boston red sox who were Only 2% games from the top Perch today. Baseball followers so familiar with the botox a a mid season collapses have paid Little attention to Joe Cronin a men since they blew an Early season Lead then fell from second to third. Surprisingly enough they dropped no farther and since july 4, their steady playing has Cut the distance to first place by two games despite the red hot Pace set by the indians and Yankees. The sox have compiled no sensational winning streaks to Call attention to their steady playing but since Independence Day when they were 4% games out of the Lead they have won la out of 14 games. They had t won More than three in a Row until yesterday when they beat the second place Cleveland indians for their fourth straight. The score was 7-4, and Cut the indians margin Over the red sox to 1h games. Jack Wilson who had t won a game since june 17, was touched for to hits but he pitched tight Ball in the pinches to win his eighth game. He left nine indians on the base paths. The red sox pounced on three Cleveland hurlers for 12 hits and Bob Feller who was reached for three runs in the third inning was charged with the loss his fifth of the year. The indians loss increased new Yorkus Lead to a full game As the Yankee Chicago White sox game was rained out. Detroit at Philadelphia also had to be postponed because of rain. In the Only other american league game the St. Louis Browns took a 9-7 decision from the Washington senators in a free hitting affair. The Pittsburgh pirates increased their National league Lead Over the new York giants to two games when they nosed the Boston bees 4-3. The winning run was scored on cucinello a Fumble in the eighth. By Blanton held the bees to seven hits. Including Vince Dimaggio s ninth inning Homer to score his seventh Victory. The win increased the Bucsi Lead by 12 game As the giants scheduled game against the Chicago cubs was rained out. Cincinnati and Philadelphia divided a double header the reds talking the first 5-2 behind Paul Derringer s effective pitching and it the phils scoring 11-10 in the i Nightcap after finally choking off i Cincinnati s seven run rally in the eighth. Wally Berger hit a Homer in each game or the reds the St. Louis cards supported Lon Warneke s seven hit hurling with a 15-hit attack that crushed the Brooklyn dodgers 12-3. Mize Padgett and Bremer clouded card homers. Medwick batted in five runs with a triple double and single. Stagehand and Menow ready for big Battle two ton Tony fights for life in Hospital Galento whisked from Camp to oxygen tent and fight is postponed in 1925. Leading league in Home runs. By Walter l. Johns Quot boys there a a Catcher Quot that statement fell from the lips of Bill Killefer Chicago cubs manager in 1922, in Chicago. And it concerned a Rookie Catcher Charles Leo Hartnett better known As Quot Gabby and now 17 years later manager of the Chicago cubs. Hartnett was a Greenie up from Worcester in the Eastern league. A Greenie perhaps but a loud mouthed talkative one. The cubs Catcher at the time had to sit on the Bench because of an injury and manager Killefer decided to give Young Leo then 22 years old a Chance to show his minor league stuff. And How he showed it can be adjudged by the statement Killefer made to other players a few Days later the one we started this piece out with. Killefer gave Hun Chance manager Killefer was taking a Chance on Hartnett for the Young fellow had no expert reds Box scores lltc3tlltllltuiic2tttllillluic2llumuiiiuiillluhiluliilltllllttutttl first game owns a lifetime batting Mark continual chatter ,. That a Why of .300. They Call him Gabby. Ence except in the Eastern i swatted for a Mark of .354 in to league he had batted a slight games. .264 in too games and had made in his 16 years in the majors 19 errors behind the plate. But As a player Gabby has caught Hart to had shown during the 1,704 games. Add to this More Spring training season on Cata than 50 games this year. He has Lins Island that he was t going caught too or More games for 12 to take a Back seat. He spouted years eight of which were con profusely telling one and All Secu Tive. About himself. He seemed to Gabby is 38, has Brown hair have a Way with other cub play Gray eyes and is grading at the ors too despite the fact he was temples. He is a big Man weigh a Green Rook. The nickname i ing 190 pounds and standing Quot Gabby Quot was tacked onto him Over six feet. He is married and at that time by one of the base lives in Chicago. In the off Aea Ball writers. Sons he has sold real estate and Hartnett today a great catch i insurance. Or and handler of pitchers was this season Gabby has served Phil. \ a b r. O a. Frey 2 b 5 i 2 i 3 Berger of. A a 5 i 2 i 0 Goodman of. 3 i 2 4 0 Mccormick la. 5 it i i i Lombardi o3 i i 4 0 Craft of. 4 0 i to 0 Riggs 3b 3 i 3 0 i mgt cars a. 4 it i 3 a it Derringer p4 i it i i totals. 36 5 is 27 a butted for Young in ninth. 1> batted for Passeau in ninth. Bom in Woonsocket. R i., in december 1900. He attended Dean Academy for a Little Over a year and then quit. He soon popped into the minor league spotlight playing with Worcester. Played Ball prior to attending Dean Academy the Irish lad played on a local team. At Dean he also played being the Star Catcher. Before going to Worcester in the Eastern league he played semipro baseball around Boston. As a Semi pro player Gabby attracted the attention of minor league scouts who liked his hitting and catching and his enthusiastic chatter. In his first year with the cubs Gabby participated in Only 31 games. His batting average was very Low but he exhibited a throwing Arm that turned manager Killefer a head and Gabby was kept on the club. The following year Gabby hit .268 in 85 games also playing a Short while at first base. He the cubs As coach besides player. His shrewdness and knowledge of the game his likable personality plus his Brilliant 16 years in the majors All with the cubs we on for him the Job of manager. Standings v Mph it \ n Kiu i v i Ion in inn \ l i Jordan. 3byou tag is. ,. A a Unovich. Brack of Vav in Ira us. La Klein of Martin of. V. Davis c. Mueller 2b Passeau. Pm Whitney. ,. A b it. It i i i 0 it 1 2 it i 0 it it i it i in i. I 2 i club is St. Paul. 63 37 .659 a i Minneapolis. A it i 4 i .754 i Indianapolis. 4 s 3j .752 Milwaukee. 47 42 .528 Toledo. 4.7 48 .454 Columbus. "4 is .375 Louisville. 31 79 .344 n thin \ i. Levi e Ciuti w ii lost pct Pittsburgh. 61 29 .635 new York. 51 33 .607 Chicago. 45 37 .55 4 Cincinnati 4 7 37 .549 Brooklyn. Z s 4 5 .4 55 Boston. 36 42 .455 by Louis. 34 4 6 .428 Philadelphia. 24 55 .304 a i ekk a n la Mil e club won lost pct new York. 49 28 .636 j Cleveland 48 23 co cd a Boston. 47 31 .60s Washington. 4 7 41 .623 Chicago. 33 28 4 6. Detroit. 38 4 5 .4 52 j Philadelphia. 29 415 .387 St. Louis. 24 54 .308 total Cincinnati. Philadelphia two base Ira us Craft Berger. Goo. Flee a a. 37 2 to 2. 0 1110 10 1. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 hits a Young it Hume run a by Oman Lombard hot re. Left on Bas Philadelphia 9 Cincinnati la on Halls off Pas Beau 3 by out a by Passeau 3 by herring lilt by Pitcher by Paashau t hit x�?5 0�? 2 sennas Ruck a 4, Fps when because of his own Over eagerness he almost lost that great right Arm. Arm goes dead it w As the first Day at the training Camp. Gabby cutting up for the newcomers attempted to blast a fielder off the second base bag whipping the Ball Down with a Bullet like Peg. The result his Arm went dead. The whole season he spent nursing the Arm being Able to participate in Only 25 games As a Pinch hitter times in the world series in the in do Anapolis at Milwaukee rain same role but he failed to do any Good. Yesterdays results \ Mph Ica in Asmi Lai Lon St Paul 8 Columbus 7. St. Paul. 3 Columbus 2. Toledo 8 Minneapolis i. Ile did appear three Bouttell 2 Kansan City i. Action Al Cincinnati. 5 Philadelphia 2. Arlington july 23�? up Menow no resp pions but just a Heights ii. Stagehand and a tors of Charn couple of horse who can run w Hen the heavy sugar is on the line Weie expected to stage one of the years thrilling horse races today in the $30,000 Arlington classic before a throng j of nearly 50,000. Six other 3-year Olds were entered overnight in the tenth a j Lington classic Over the mile and a j Quarter distance but the betting Gentry and the Plain horse lovers forecast a two horse race Between stagehand owned by Maxwell Howard and trained by Earl Bande and Menow. Owned by Hal Price Headley. Stagehand is the leading Money Winner of the 1938 season and conqueror of the mighty sea Bis Cuit in the $100,000 Santa Anita Handicap last Winter in California Menow is the conqueror of War j Admiral in the $50,000 Massachi j setts Handicap recently at Suffolk j Downs. Thus the huge throng which jams into Arlington Park today will see the two conquerors of those highly ballyhooed champions Seah Cuit and War Admiral match strides in a race which has produced such great winners As Blue Larkspur Gallant Fox Ridden by band cavalcade Omaha and Granville pm 111. A a a. R o a. Jordan 3b5 0 i 2 i Young is. 6 i 2 3 2 Brack if of. 3 3 i it it Weintraub la. 4 2 i 3 i k loin. Of. 5 0 3 3 it Atwood o. 4 2 3 it it Martin of .3 i 2 6 0 Atwood a a. 4 2 3 6 0 Mueller 2b6 113 0 Bannister p2 i it i i five pit it it 0 it my Lenity i a it 0 it total. 38 11 14 27 3 Clit inn Vii a la h o. Frey 2b 5 0 0 i 7 bitter of. 4 2 i j 0 Goodman of. 5 2 3 12 2 he Rah Berger Camp i 3 3 i Craft of. I i it i to it Bis a. 3b3 2 it 0 i mar a ,. 3 0 i 3 4 Richardson a. 2 Quot 0 i i Davis p i it it to i Grissom a 0 it 0 0 i Cascarilla i a it i n a i atm Bard ii it j it it o Weaver pit o o i i b bang. I i i it a be Bott pit u in ii j a garble. I 0 o Tift total. 4ft i full 27 19 a batted for Ca Earetha in sixth b batted for Weaver lit eighth Ltd better for hot Hott in ninth two Bast hit a a a Young. Weintraub. Klein. Martin m it Mick three base hit Mueller. Holm run a Berger. Mccormick. Stolen base Klein Jordan Martin Lamaster. Double play Frey to Richardson to Mccormick left on Baas a Philadelphia 9 Cincinnati 8. Base on bal i a off Lamaster 4 off Gri adorn 2 off Cascarella i off Weaver 3. Struck out by lamas ter 3 by Mulcahy i but Asea Cetin 1. Hit by Pitcher by Lamaster Goodman. Winning Pitcher Lamaster. Losing Pitcher Davie new York at Chicago rain. Am Kuk an Lea Roston 7 Cleveland 4. St Louis 9 Washington 7. Detroit at Philadelphia Rai Chicago at new York train. N. Gabby sarm came through i philae phia. La. Cincinnati to Good order with rest however j it. Louis 12 Brooklyn 3. And in 1930, he came Back with j Pittsburgh 4 Boston tile greatest year of his career catching 141 games and batting the Ball for a .339 average. To add to his hefty batting average. The talkative one slammed 37 Home tuns and batted in 122 runs his Best in 16 year in the majors the new cub manager has a 16-year lifetime batting Mark of .300, and had Banner years in 1935 and in 1937, besides the big season in 1930. In 1935, Gabby led All Chicago shatters with a mighty .314 Mark giving him third place among the leagues batsmen. He was the spearhead of the cubs drive to the Pennant. Gabby la big Man besides Topping the National league receivers for tile fourth straight year Gabby enjoyed a whale of a season last year. He 460 pheasants Are released by sports men members of the Pickaway county Farmers and sportsman association had completed distribution Friday of More than 460 pheasants through All of the county a 15 townships. Not More than five Birds were left on any one farm. The sportsmen were assisted by game protectors Fred Harlowe of Newark and Clarence Francis of Circleville. All the pheasants w Ere hatched and raised on the b. S Millar farm near South Bloomfield in pens belonging to the association. Games today american association Columbus at St. Paul Toledo at Minneapolis. Indianapolis at Milwaukee Louisville it Kansan Cit. National Leali e Philadelphia at Cincinnati Winton at Pittsburgh. Brooklyn at St Louis new York at Chicago two games. American be Cleveland at Boston. St. Louis at Washington. Detroit at Chicago two games. Cd i or go at new York 11 to game. Orange n. A. July 23�? up a whisked from training Camp to oxygen tent. Tony Galento the National boxing associations no. I challenger for the w Orlds heavyweight title fought for his life in Orange memorial Hospital today. Galento who w As scheduled to meet Light heavy weight Champion John Henry Lewis in Philadelphia j next tuesday night in the most j important fight of his career j wheezed for breath that was being choked off by pneumonia. His fight with Lewis w As postponed indefinitely. Ordered to Hospital or. Joseph Higi. Personal physician of the rotund Beady eyed Galento conferred with a new York lung specialist after ordering Tony to the Hospital last night and announced that his patients condition a was very serious but he has a fighting the Orange tavern keeper described As a throwback to John l. Sullivan became ill suddenly wednesday night when he returned Home after going through his training routine at Madame Bey scamp in Summit. His wife called or. Higi Friday morning. When the physician found his temperature at 105, he ordered Tony to bed and when his condition failed to improve he moved the fighter to the Hospital. The move was made with approval of or. L. H. Jacobs of the Pennsyl Vania athletic commission. No one j we As allowed to see Galento except his wife. Second postponement it was the second time the Galento Lewis fight has been postponed. It originally was scheduled for Philadelphia a municipal stadium on july 13, but promoter Herman Ingsby Taylor changed he Date to the 26th to allow Tony lore time to train. The fight had been expected to draw a Gate of Between $100,000 and $150,000. And would have been Galento a biggest Money bout As Well As the most important of his ring career. A Victory most certainly would have meant a big september fight for him with either sex Champion Maxie Baer or the present titleholder Joe Louis. He had appeared in Fine spirits at Madame Bey a thursday and confidently predicted he would score his sixth straight knockout of the year. Galento thought he had nothing More than a slight cold before he called or. Higi. Who immediately diagnosed the illness As when his temperature failed to drop below 104.4 last night. Or. Higi ordered the oxygen tent. At that time the Boxer s respiration was 32 and his pulse 120. The last Hospital Butle i tin this morning said his condition i was mniiiiiiiitiiimiiiiiiiiiiinkiiiiuiiucsiniiiiiiitinmiiiiiiiiicjiri1 Oakland tile ladies Aid society of the Oakland m e. Church met thursday evening at the Home of or. I and mrs. Earl Friesner. After the business session a lunch was served followed by two contests. Included in the group were mrs. Homer Hettinger and daughter Mazie mrs. Katie Earnhart mrs. Myrta Defenbaugh. Mrs. Mildred Earnhart mrs. Leota Mowery mrs Mac Hedges mrs. Winnie Burns mrs. Dora Milligan mrs. Bessie Doering mrs. Emma Milligan mrs. Iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiit2hi Iii tiniiiiiiiiiic3iiiniiiiiimiiiinitic2i How much do you know Iii to iiiiiiniic3iiiiiiiiiiim<iiitiititiiutiittiiiiiiic2iiiiiiiiiiiinii 1�?name three outstanding Relief pitchers this year 2�?who preceded torn Yawkey As president of Boston red sox ? 3�?when was Polo first played in u. S.? the answers 1�?Johnny Murphy of the yanks Mace Browm of the pirates and Johnny Humphries of the indians. 2�?Bob Quinn. 3�?in 1876. Of mud hens place High Hopes on Laabs hitting Shelmen group takes Early Lead when Butler hits first Ball for Homer Thi new Circle t h i a t i i i he coolest show in Tow no ends ton Ite Wallace reer Clark a ble Jean in hum in a China seas selected Short starts sunday Shirley Temple in the picture that made her a Start a Little miss Marker Columbus july 23�? up a a Stocky 24 year old outfielder w to recently was sent Back to the minors for additional seasoning today threatened to propel the Toledo mud hens into the american association Pennant race with his powerful hitting a Tchet Quot Laabs was returned to Toledo a few weeks ago by the Detroit tigers and since he joined the club the mud hens have been travelling at a fast clip. It was Laabs who provided the spark for Toledo a double Triumph yesterday Over Minneapolis. The mud hens won the first game of the twin Bill 8 to 4 and took the second 7 to i. Laabs secured two hits in four trips to the plate in the opener and drove in three runs. In the second contest he homered with a Man on base to account for two markers. Toledo is 9 2 games out of first place but still a threat because of the manner in w hich the association leaders have been cutting one another Down. St. Paul climbed Back into undisputed Possession of first r lace in the race when it took a double header from the floundering co Lubus red Birds 8 to 7 and 3 to 2. Columbus was off to a seven run Lead in the opener but feeble pitch ing by Al Fischer and Mike Ryba could not protect it. Young yank Terry limited Kansas City to three hits As Louisville beat the blues 2 to i. The Indianapolis Milwaukee game was rained out. Effie Mcdonald mrs. Valley Boyer miss Lois Jean Friesner miss Metrie Huffman Rev. C. Elsea and the hostess mrs. Lillie j Friesner. A k land or. And mrs. William Panny Columbus miss Elsa Kittrell Cincinnati or. And mrs. Clyde Kil Trell visited in Glouster sunday with or. And mrs. Harold Kittrell and son. Oakland or. And mrs. Stanley Jenkins j and daughter Zondra of Columbus spent the week end with the a term a parents or. And mrs. Elds Milligan. They have just returned after a two weeks vacation in Michigan. Oakland or. And mrs. Harry Poling or. And mrs. Harold Myers of Carrol visited Friday with or. And mrs. Elmer Hedges and son. Oakland a a a sunday guests at the l. D. Milligan Home were or. And mrs. Win land of Lancaster Paul Milligan j and miss Lucille Bain Columbus miss fairy Milligan and Clyde Alvia Lancaster. Oakland sunday guests of or. And mrs. Wilbur Heigle we Ere miss Viola Heigle Columbus or. And mrs. Russell Bowers and sons Logan or. And mrs. Russell Emmons and children of Lancaster and or. And mrs. Fred Heigle and daughters. E Shel Man feeds eked out a 3-2 Victory Over the Glitt food Market Friday evening in one of the most interesting recreation Ball league games played this season. Neither team was Able to connect solidly for Many base blows neither committed Many errors although to o by the Glitt outfit helped the feeds to Victory and both clubs played Heads up Ball. The feeds scored first when Butler first Man to the plate in the opening inning smacked out a Home run. The feeds were handcuffed from that Point until the fifth Frame when they chased one Marker Over the rubber and came Back in the sixth with the final and deciding tally. The Glitt lads scored once in the third and went ahead 2-1 in the fourth but hold their Edge. The winners gathered Only four hits Wilile the losers connected for five. Leasure was on the Hill for the feeds and Lutz a newcomer tossed the Ball for the grocers. There will be several exhibition games on the we Mound Street Field sunday afternoon starting at 2 of clock. Up inc cup nil lob Feller on it Flud ill of i Tricky skids 3-2 Victory after blow up a ii p n n i v v a Boston mass., july 23�?tup Lull la u a Quot i v a Bob Feller the husky Iowa u i l la Ulm in Schoolboy who rocketed to Fame less than two years ago through the medium of a blazing fast Ball today was on baseball a Tricky skids and with him were sliding the Pennant Hopes of the Cleveland indians. Living up to expectations and fulfilling the Rosy promises made for him Feller pitched great Ball for the first one third of the current Campaign and his hurling kept the indians on top in the tight american league race. For the past month however Feller has been just another Pitcher and not a very Good one at that. Since june 28 he has turned in Only one Victory Foi the tribe and Over that four w Eek stretch has finished Only a single encounter that he has started. With a Chance to go into a tie for first place with the Idle new York Yankees yesterday. Manager Oscar Vitt sent Feller to the Mound against the Boston Rejc sox. The youngster lasted on three innings during which he was nicked for five hits and four runs. With a 2 to i Lead going into the third inning Feller blew up. A single a walk and successive doubles by Quot Pinky Higgins and Bobby Doerr gave the red sox three runs and established a Lead the tribe was never Able to overcome. 0 Cleveland scored single counters in the fourth and seventh rounds but Boston pushed across a run in the sixth off Denny Galehouse and two More in the eighth at the expense of Johnny Humphries. Jack Wilson always Tough for Cleveland was touched for to hits but kept them Well distributed. The Victory was Wilson a eighth of the season and three of those triumphs have been Over the indians. Of. Yesterdays hero Hugh Mulcahy whose witless Relief hurling halted a Cincinnati rally after seven runs had been scored and saved a game for the hapless Phillies. Lineup Keg Kman Febus Butler of Greene 3b Jenkins of Purcell 1b Strazier 2b p Valentine c Durn in is Leasure p rim. Of Mancin. Of let Mai rat h Smith of Barnes is i Smith is Anderson c Garner 3b Cook 2b Lula i it. A Scheiv la Carle of. Martin of j Davis of bean pickers report at a Inorg Canning co. Factory monday july 25, 6 30 a. In. And sinday monday tuesday in give versus bullets and a million souls news a Howard Hughes flight also Donald Duck and musical score by innings Shelman feeds. Glittis Market. Standing w. Purina feeds. I Caine a Market. I Shelman feeds i Blue ribbon Dairy 0 jollies. 0 Glittis Market. It Circleville Olla. It Fenton cleaners it next Eek schedule follow it monday Purina feeds a Fen ton cleaners tuesday Circleville oils Caine a food Market. Wednesday Bron Zeville Jol Llera is Gilt to a food Market. Thursday Blue ribbon Dairy is. Shelman feed Friday Purina feeds food Market. Los Angeles curb rackets los Angeles up a District attorney Buron Pitts reports that this City is Freer from payment of tribute to racketeers than any Large Community in the country. Crany w theatre saturday Only big double feature program two shows for the Price of one John Wayne in a the Man from Utah a and Noah Beery or. In a some blondes Are dangerous Fox comedy and chapter 5�?flash Gordon strip to Mars Grant theatre sunday monday amp tuesday Humphrey Bogart and Weaver Brothers and Elvira in a swing your lady Fox news and shorts

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