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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - April 24, 1939, Oakland, California
10 Oakland Thune monday spot 24, 1939 on second thought by Alan Ward in which a sports writer bulging the mental seams talks to him i self i listening to Dink Templeton of Stanford speak t other Day at a rack luncheon i was struck by the resemblance of his voice to that f Bob bums the radio and screen comic. Or perhaps i should say sums voice sounds like Temple Ion s. H Mem i wonder if there a Southern California operative Glenn Morris the great track Star of a few years ago will go into professional wrestling. Poor Glenn j he crashed the movies with the Addiego totalling seven Points bugles blowing and the flags was rues six and Ross five. Ing with his pockets full of dough for Addiego san Leandro Golf Champ Russ Ross lose in final Phil Gordon forfeits Chance for Crown in Nassau playoff by Bob Blake Frank Addiego won the seventh annual san Leandro City Golf Champion at Chabot yesterday de i 7 t 11 a sneak thief robs acorns in Portland Portland ore., april 24. Sneak thief who prowled the rooms of several Oakland Ball players Early yesterday morning made away with belonging to Joe Abreu and Hugh Luby third baseman and Sec Ond Sacker respectively of the visit ing club. Shortly before 6 o clock sunday morning Trainer red Adams Awak ened to find a stranger in his room jumped out of bed and gave Ross. Phil Gordon playing in the Chase but the prowler escaped Down Northern California at clearer not was forced to forfeit. The threesome played at Nassau a hallway of the Imperial hotel. Ten minutes later he appeared in the room occupied by Marvin Gudat and Leroy Herrmann. Luby and Abreu to were the Only pan and it was t Long before be was kicked out into the cold by the flickers and did t know his next plate of Ham and i eggs was coming from. Speaking of night were cer Tain spot out Al Cerrito Way is toy ing with the idea of introducing a Brand of entertainment which has made a North Beach Jernt popular and notorious. You know one of those i by Gigli fights at bargain Price to hum. There la by no Piofer signal fights at the auditorium next wednesday night and i wonder if Tommy Simpson will stick by his previous Assurance either he would put up or get probably not slope Springs eternal in the human breast of course for the boxing lovers of Oakland if there Are any left the amateurs will operate tuesday and thursday evenings. Vestal director of this Dia mond ring Amateur tournament has the right idea establishing a 25-cent gallery for his three part show. And for a Quarter folks probably will see four times As much fight ing As they formerly witnessed for one slug. Honestly i Don t envy either Simpson or Joe Waterman successor to Leo Leavitt their jobs of reviving interest in professional prize fighting Here. It can be done. But not without Effort headaches and heartaches. Who s Gonna Box Tony Don t be surprised if Harold Blackshear the negro heavyweight from Monterey is selected As spar fing opponent for Tony Galento in ton s four round exhibition wednesday night at the san fran Cisco auditorium. Blackshear has looked mighty mighty interesting in his paid bouts to Date and was t half bad As an Amateur. By the Way what has happened to Bill Radu Nich the former san Jose state Boxer for whom such Brave predictions of ring Success were made and can i believe the whisper of one who should know Bill is too cute for his own Good and has been turned Down by a couple of Man agers who have had some bitter end expensive experiences with boxers who came under the Cutie classification Pete Foster and Fearry Brent the Broadway jewel ers voluntarily donated the two Diamond rings which will go to Lucky lads in the Diamond ring tourney starting Here tuesday. A couple of Nize Guys. Pete and Harry. How about a chuckle if you want a laugh get Bob Gibson the Oaks first baseman to relate his experiences As head bouncer in a filipino dance Hall at Al Centre last Winter. Bob s bub bling sense of humor makes what might have been a tragic series of Kh-27--4 Ana or. And mrs. Experiences sound humorous. Jawn Sylvester former boxing promoter sex matchmaker and currently entangled who ice show direction to his sorrow and Chagrin vows if Ever he returns to the fight Racket it will be As a manager Only if he returns. Now was t that Nice of sheriff John Miller of Contra Costa county to invite me to his ranch deep in the Livermore mountains for open ing of Trout season May 1? there s one drawback. I m a Rotten Trout Fisherman. But when it comes to Angling for striped Bass reclining lazily on the deck of a Stream lined Motorboat and having some one bait the tugging is some fun i see by the papers a tug of War j tournament is due to hit Oakland j continued from first sports Page next month. I be never water hed one of the things but they Tell me they really Are plenty of fun far More exciting than the name would indicate. I la gladly organize a if i can by convinced the opposition would be composed of Singer midgets. If Eddie Saunders Lul and Ross Phi Gordon medallist Phil Gordon Oakland City Cham Pion won medal honors in the Industrial athletic association Golf tournament at Chabot yesterday when he carded a 67. First round play starts next Sun Day. I a f r cd i l 1 fied for the championship flight were Andy Mckelley. 70 Dean Mcdowell 72 Manuel Andrade 73 Tony Perry 73 Frank Addiego 73 Mel Figeira 74 Gus Lowell 74 Jack Klein 74 Harry Barton 75 Dick Wilcox 75 Harry Woods 75 de Borncamp 75 Tony Botelho 75 Payne Crew 76, and Gifford mar Vin 76. Low Nei winners were William Cullin Howard Dustin Art Schwatka Grace Harris in Ace miss Grace Harris playing with Gus Penfield goes Down in the records As being the first lady Ever to score an Ace at Tilden. Yesterday miss Harris made a Hole in one on the third a 120-Yard Par three Hole. Miss Harris had a 54 for the first nine. Frank Butler sets Pace Frank Butler set the Pace for golfers in the Volmir trophy race at Tilden yesterday when he turned in an score. Other High scores included Bob Gray Scott Wilson 79-10 Al Blackburn Al Scha Kenton leads the troupe at the end of three rounds with scores of Clem Ady wins Point Par Clem Ady had to win the Point Par tournament at Orinda yesterday other scores included j. C. Fol Liard Burton Mason 36 4 Cliff Woodland Chase Keilty top play mrs r. H Chase and de j Keilty scored an 80 to win Low Gross Hon ors in the invitational two Ball foursome at Onida yesterday. Mrs. Stuart and John Moser carded an 88 to win Low Gross honors in class b. The Low net results class a mrs h Simi and o e. Lucas. 71 or. And Fri l b Barnard. Or and h d mrs. L c. Houpis and or. B i Palmer. Mrs l Dortson and e w. Davis b mrs. Smith and c j 93 i and mrs. Ii w. . 81 miss h Kat and or. .1. H. Adams or and mrs. W. Ii Hutnan Hrejsa Public links title play the first annual Norl Hoin Cali fornia women s Public links championship will get underway Lodne at car Jumez with a select Field competing. Qualifying will Start today with match play scheduled to follow on succeeding Days and a 36-Hole final and Consolation round on Friday. Favourites in the Field include Ailie Warren from Tilden or Eileen Brewer of Antioch and Bun Nie Paiss of Tilden. Senator hurler St. Louis april St. Louis Browns today announced re lease of Bob Muncrief Young right j handed Pitcher to the Sacramento Pacific coast league club on option. Muncrief won 8 and lost 11 with san Antonio in 1938. Nova opens Baer drills Alameda warns former Champ against any rough tactics new York april Nova the most promising Young heavyweight on the fight front be Wuu to in Atli Aux Baer and he was emphatic that the june 1 match is a stepping Stone to a september title shot at Joe Louis. Whoever started the report that i would not be ready for Louis next fall is Lou said after t uie Ouilee i i h the Alameda Adonis took the occasion to warn Baer to fight clean or suffer the consequences be cause 1 in tired of being a polite i Nova explained that he had been informed reliably that Swapsie Maxie intended to win one Way or an yachts sail for Parade to open season i Lai la Louis will Galento walking Beer barrel Here for exhibition has ideas for Kayo san Francisco Bay was dotted with yachts of All sorts and sizes yesterday in a Parade marking 1he official opening of the season. A Small portion of Parade is pictured above. More than 500 boats took part in the show which was held off the photo. Palacio paces . Tourney continued from first sports Page Tony ends Tribune pin Champion suffers first setback in Tourni by Bill Tobitt Tony Enos defending Champion a Par four Hole. Palacio s drive rav in the Annua Tribune Dia. Eled More than 300 Yards and landed i mond medal Bowling tournament two feet from the pm where mat j got his first taste of defeat last night putted nicely for an Eagle two. Art Doerring of Stanford a Man who had to be talked into entering the Competition landed in the Quarter finals by defeating Bob Mcglashan 4 and 3 in the morning round and then whipping Phil Gor Don one up in the afternoon. Doer eng is Well liked to reach the final. Next saturday defending Cham Pion Palacio will tangle with Bill Houlle. San Briteo hopeful who won both his matches with steady Golf. Yesterday s results eliminated Leo Imhof 509, we. Jerome Virginia Olsen 501, Ernie Aronson 489. Fred Anderson i Byrle Wilkinson 432. Shuck Legh Martin Els e Wundt Ici Vern hem no return. Forfeit a. W. Audrey 119 no 59 84 140 107 112 s3 342 313 Demore says who one of their two year Olds would Ever a . With the passing of each Day and if running of each race this year s Derby becomes More of question in 1hp 10 some of the hottest we act Book fills his plan to bring a six Day Bike race into san Francisco late this summer in an Effort to recoup some of the losses incurred by the ill advised treasure Wand Cycle show he should give some thought to holding a performance in this City. Maybe i m wrong but i have a Hunch the six Day merry go round might Click locally this time Well that s settled Praise be Charlie Curryer the Auto race promoter saw the Light and eliminated that confusing combination of laps and Miles at the Oakland Speedway. Henceforth Nis events will proceed on the premise once around the track is a mile while actually it is almost a mile and one eighth. But the fans could t quite grasp the fact that while they thought they were watching Competition which provided for 100 whirls Over the Navo favourites for lie Derby have a sound kicking around from gilded Fulvini heels the. Nah Foi inc Derby who Icalla stood or Johnston n. Old sunny Tim Simmons Hope and technician the to Dibic Senf Lawrin out to win a year Aco. Johns town looked in winning a stake race at Jamaica but it was a sprint and there is nobody in the world who really knows if the son of James own can go a mile and a Quarter. He was a quitter Over the route last year and still Mav to when he failed to survive in the second round of play at the High hat recreation drives. But he s still in the tournament and plenty. He remains in compe Schulte. Class c second bound g. Coffert m. Ferrando j. Cotton i. B Reck c. 3. Jonnson h. Robbers b. Gudmunson Tihon at four other houses shooting e. Swallow d ment the final Check ered Flag was i looked Good in Florida lowered at say 92 laps. Charlie j Ana worked a spanking mile in was t cheating. He merely better in Kentucky yesterday. Running the events strictly Accord but a Jot can happen Between now ing to Hoyle. But henceforth Hoyle can jump in the Lake and Curryer give his audiences exactly what they want or what they think they want. Mid state Champ Fresno. April 24 Tal oui a Jack Lynch of Taft former Stanford to University player 6-4. 8-6. 4-6, 6-4. To win the annual mid state Tennis championship Here yes and May 6. As any citizen of Danzig will Tell you. Swiss soccer team upsets Espanola 2-0 Swiss soccer players upset Unione first round Bill his kens d Bud Ehrmann. 1 up. Mat Palacio d. Harry Craviotto. 8 and 6. Is Rosburn. 5 and 4. C h i. Earl i and s Harry in Lucr d a. S. Drier default. T. D. To Rico d Chas Manning. 4 and 3. d j ick Ceca. On 11th i Mccarthy or. I r. J. Chem. On 21st. Jim Hannh d j m. Sullivan on 24th. Of to la Bartman Largente Jack Moffett j Debaere Bart Viano Jtj _ i French Cerez i Lmh Martin 157 _ 455 r j. Cams _ 445 Erinton j57 _ j4j Mark j Clarence Phillips l eliminated Tom 145 213 182 1s1 179 151 214 193 164 141 h5 155 187 Iofi 161 155 208 106 188 170 171 187 146 166 211 199 192 193 167 172 160 159 on one hit before the cubs crashed j Oakland and Way stations so through with five hits and four runs f Ruth discussion of has in the fourth. I _ i in me owner National league to _ _______-1a_ j Alu sub. Promoter Tony Palazolo will arrange the customary of pre at Odio Ter Day. In other heated the a Tia Aan Francisco yes a de olympic , 1 to 0, while Rover and Espanola played a 8 to s tie. Babe Blackburn tops babe bar Burn led the was for women bowl is at Cal Recco with a Choice 600 series of which Only 24 pins were Handicap allowance her consistent a Honomu turned in games of 203, 195 and 178 Florence skip Woith topped lie fair sex at the Fri Valc with a 541 series Powell no relation girls a Young former Louisiana state collegian first threw a Bowling Ball about five months ago scored a 507 cues to the men s Booster class at Fruitvale. He came up with a 204 game to do it too tomorrow night s schedule Calls for the open and a divisions at High hat at 7 pm., and the class d and i men s Booster groups at Alameda at 10 pm. The scores j Fruitvale bowl class a second bound Bob Way 211 190 Tony mailman 151 209 Hank Nelson 235 h2 c. G. Rishell 169 199 Del Kramer 197 167 Stan Smalls 157 172 a. Mcclitock 178 159 g. Payne 195 169 eliminated t. Williams 498. B. Mood f. Butter world 495. H. Ebberts 491. B. Mattison 489, f. Johnson 489, a. Duval 484, a. Hanson 471. 401. W. Johns 380. W. 403 Prunetti 379. F in allow 399. Don in 3e6. Forfeit c. Hunter. Women s division first round a dip. Florence Skipworth 103 130 148 Maree so 132 131 23 114 eh7abeth i hams 40 143 158 Jane Cotton 54 132 Marge Mccauthan 67 145 115 eliminated Lillian Gander. Marine Carroll. Nell Mullin Arehart mull. Jinx s Booster second round i Wilson. 475 Harry games Harry Gumbert permitted Only one hit for six innings As the 200-550 new Yolk giants subdued the bos j to round out the card i ton bees 4-2, the Cincinnati reds j a the notation took their second straight from tie he auditorium this wed Pittsburgh pirates. 7-2, behind Neslav it will be dark six hit pitching of Bucky Walters Tommy Simpson had 161-500 i and the Philadelphia Phillies took an cd a so inv featuring Joe Louis another of their hair Raisig Embi r tons from the Brooklyn dodgers. It was the Phillies third extra 531 forfeit Mildred Bradford. D55 Louie 447 Frank Varun. 420. Forfeit Art Schulte. Paul Lestrans Conny Marrs c. R. Hodge is. Class d second hound William Powell 159 204 borne a Dolan 148 199 Larr Omara 123 13s 18 Walt Padfield i2f, 158 s d dishing 145 134 Ernest Ertle 136 121 Ray to null 121 130 Glenn Stackhouse 118 140 eliminated. R. E Shannon 382, Gen. Drummond 357, c. M. Pierce 339, Dick 305 women s boosters round Murm Hermins 98 148 Helen of fac 138 111 Helen Frank 103 h9 Betty Van 140 103 Audra i shall 77 141 Marie Dis Nan 133 s2 Elim naked Florence Turnhull 351. Phyllis Jackson 314. J Harper Jack Ticlin Claude Mouton 152 Geo Fowler 15? 175 461 Jen Carson 163 150 c Topping 173 131 153 457 Jim Butler 111 165 eliminated j. Samba Tai. 442 Frank Rosers. 136 k Barnes. 412. Mel Stoberg 430. K. Kar Brush. -i27 Crawford Carter 419. Louie Bertoli. 411. Forfeit c Johns 144_507 i r a Burns i 151 192 161 64 15? 163 173 111 219 134 137 151 175 150 131 165 inning game of the week old season and Little Heime Mueller won it Lor them 5-4, by doubling with the bases loaded in the 12th. The new York Yankees maintained their record of not having Isi-485 j lost to a Lethander against whom 1 they re supposedly weak by Knock in a four round exhibition but Tommy s dreams faded with the Dawn. It seems Joe never had fully intended coming to this City assurances of his representatives to the contrary notwithstanding. Sequira on card Jimmy Sequira of Oakland will Box Lou Menney. 118-Pounder. In ing Ken Chase of the Washington i the top bout on the olympic club s senators out of the Box in the fourth i Amateur card in san Francisco to and going on to win 7-4. I night. Alameda bowl California recreation d 132 2s4 168-s68 1 to f cd red owner 5. C. Lor Genson. On 20th Art Brown d. Dallas Hickman. On 20th. Dillon re .7 1 in l 2. Ken Geh vix d. A e. Trumbull 6 v and 5. Rav Decker d. Acc cum Sham and 2. Harold Tulin d. De Foley 4 and i. Class c second round Stan Wumderlich Emery 171 200 i Charles Woodard inn 202 Larry Jack 162 204 Mort Smith 175 191 Dick Wilkinson 158 145 Tony Iileta 189 175 Al Anderson 190 145 Art Uncapher 192 150 Medeo Kagno 182 Walt Hansen 125 138 William try on 155 165 a second round Molson 18ft Swanbom 185 196 Mallmann 200 186 Kramer 189 205 a. Luc Clintock 178 171 Iso pen 106 177 f. Butter Ivorah 195 168 i a. Sanborn 168 189 eliminated f. Fletcher. 523 a Knapp 509 g Borman. 498, b Mitchell. 4r7 k. Hubbard. 476 a Mitchell. 472 h. Max fun. 470, w. Johnstone. 464. B second round f. Shrink Iso 1 Siccle 131 175 Strance eliminated. L. Martin 437 430. Class c f. Emery Joe Jacksa 174 150 de Nelson 135 178 eliminated r. A. Burns 460 Fred Kramer 460. Jack Flannery j59. L. Hart 455. Les Williams 452. A. R. Boce 451. C. Gabrielson 441. Duty Moore 440, Ted Palm 435. Women s second round a dip. Babe Blackburn 24 203 195 49 178 179 54 158 190 90 132 149 54 16s 147 83 170 141 Judy Alma Curtis Alice Cummings Jane Cotton Irene Basov Mildred Darlow 4c3 158 137 second bound 187 h. S. Robbers 136 r. Cavanaugh 150 r. Oakes 157 c. Giblin 141 g. Scougall 165 j. Hamilton a. Schmitt 175 eliminated j. Morns 452, c. Lindren 443. A. Merz 427, e. Mann 422. Sunday s results High hat recreation class a second Soond Bill mood 206 181 be. Demattos 168 203 r l. Zem Arsa 201 197 r. Creagh 204 223 r. Was 197 189 j. A. Rokac 146 213 e. Morns 176 178 Csc s deliver phenomenal Csc prices crowd the lowest All sizes and types capacities 1a to tons new larger rider ease Cabil time Pormen Thrah ear own Mac general motors truck and coach 2121 Peralta Street Oakland twin Oaks 920 Folsom Street san Francisco dealers go Stapp Birtman Mark bake Shearer Walter Parks Harr Mason Joe Miller Richard 180 189 180 20.1 200 212 158 190 195 172 190 Tamm Dien ones Mae Sod. Tranta to Keglon 494. Dorothy Lonk 492. Rita Hill 484. Dorothy Schmitt 484. At fac tic Bike 454. Gerl Herman 461. Gladys Seagraves 454. Womels boosters Leona Andrews May Carter Marie Corr first Kounra 156 168 152 121 127 127 i hmm Aten j. 321 g. Trozzo 511 d. Kramer 507 g. Enbom 500. Class open second round r. Duval 194 233 j. Rossi 211 163 g. Brown 237 138 r. Waas 213 200 eliminated w. Long. 555 t. Enos m9 g. , 532 b. Nichols 525. Gumc trucks trailers
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