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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - April 13, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio A to the Loftt South Iii by. Of Mouti Sovdat. Awl is 1930 p % . Foj a favourites to repeat in National at lets it Edie As Choice to in another experts look for tighter race in National Loop for coming season. Teams stronger pirates and Yankees selected As runners up in respective leagues. By Alan Gold to abase Teton pm Sparta editor new York april 12.�?to it port the theory that everybody love a Wincer the Baa Ebol expert have riven the Chicago Caba a big vote Confidence in the forthcoming National league race a they did the athletics in the american league scramble. The Revulta the fourth annual a Raecia Ted Presa concent us compiled to say from the opinions More than three score major league baseball writers and aporia editors Abow an overwhelming majority satisfied to string along with the 1929 Pennant winners the a a have it by Only a alight margin whereas 60 out every 03 named the markings to win again 54 ant <18 have gone record a favouring the cubs to repeat. La the american league the remaining five votes for first place went to the Yankees. In the National the Pittsburgh pirates have nine votes for first place All cast before Grimes was traded while St. Louis gets two and the new York giants one. On the basis the general balloting. The experts look for a much tighter rare in the National league with at least two formidable a dark horses Quot representing Brooklyn and Philadelphia. It took a Pennant Victory by the Cuba last year to finally make them favourites. Joe Mccarthy a men were picked fifth in 1927 and finished fourth selected for third position in 1928 and finished third. Named As runners up to the giants last year in a Terr clot Quot finish the Bruins completely upset the dope by making it a runaway while the giants skidded Down to third. This it How the associated press consensus predicts each leagues order finish National Virago. Pittsburgh. New York. St. Louis Philadelphia Brooklyn. Cincinnati and Boston. American Philadelphia new York Cleveland. Detroit St. Louis Chicago a so hinge . And Boston. The 4�?Tbiengo cubs with the hitting and pitching they possess appear to dominate their league in spite infield accidents and uncertainties As to the condition Bell and Hornsby. Meanwhile. The chances the dub picked to give them the toughest fight. Pittsburgh deem to have been hit by the is Alease Burleigh Grimes to Boston. Seldom have the experts been More at variance in picking the probable finish the other dubs. New York and St. Leals Are picked anywhere from first to seventh. Brooklyn from second to eight. In the votes compiled by the associated press. In other words feeling is that with so much general improvement and so Many a a ifs connected with dub prospects almost Anvil Ling ran happen when the actual fighting begins. This seems especially True dubs with such potentialities As Brooklin and Philadelphia new York and St. . On the other hand do pot appear a a Strong As in previous campaigns. Cincinnati is distinctly a Quot dark horse a a capable upsetting a lot dope. Track Jaseph Tennis Golf punned for p. H. S. Ambitious Browns and tigers meet in opening came ass metetes press photo it will be More than just a Ball Gams when the Tiger Ani Browns meet in the Benson opener at Detroit april 15. The game should show whether either has the Pennant possibilities which they braves search for new punch defense Strong Mckechnie wants a team hit and run players. By Brian Bell associated press sports writer new York. April 12�? Bill Mckechnie manager the Boston braves is looking for Power punch and attack and the athlete who can give it to him will have jobs with the braves. Quot a great defensive team May be very pretty to look said Bui a shut it wont win Many Hall games. To win games a team must score run and you can to get Many runs without getting Ile is looking for hit and the player who con Luce him that they have the hits in their hats will he in the line up whether not they can Field. A we will change them around until we have the right combination. Home the a big powerful Young Fellows can give the Ball a ride and we will have a place for them somewhere. A we have some Good Pitcher hut their pitching will he wasted we american league umpires asked to avoid infield Chicago april 12.�?american league umpires will avoid the infield As much As possible this season. President Ernest Barnard said today. So Many players complained last year timing bothered by umpires standing behind the pitching Mound and along the infield that president Barnard had requested them to take up those Vantage Points Only when there is a runner second base. A we Are trying to eliminate All reasonable complaints from players and fans alike a president Barnard said. A while an Umpire behind the Pitcher can sometimes be great assistance to his partner behind the plate it is usually necessary. Home batters claim the presence an Umpire in the infield detracts his Eye from the Ball. And some infielders believe they interfere with their Fielding. While it is very infrequent that an Umpire gets hit by a batted Ball we want to Ruvold any such chances and can not rive them some runs to work . A the catching staff is not As Strong As it should 1k> and we Are looking for additional strength there in particular. Too we have too Many left handed batsmen. A majority the infielders and outfielders hit from the left Side the plate. A we Plau to keep experimenting toward the object getting punch info the team. Something May come the title the Prince Wale is Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick do id ii. It. Ii. The Prince Wales Earl Chester Duke Cornwall. Duke Rothesay Earl 4�?Tnrrick, Baron Renfrew lord the Isles and great Steward Scotland. High Steward Windsor. Selby basketball ers will banquet monday More than 40 cagers to surround Festal Board. Monday night. April 4, at six clock the More than forty players the Selby basketball league will hold their first annual banquet in the masonic Temple. The committee in charge includes Everett Wallace Joe Hughes. Kenneth Amick Glenn in Rita and John Plummer. Scientists Hae declared that the maximum imputation the world can support i 6,000, we too and that this limit May he reached in two centuries. They look Uke trouble for Bobby Outlook not Bright for full track squad. Trojan mentors Art Busy trying to i fill it schedules for track baseball. Tennis and Golf. Immediately after Aurine football a Call will go Forth to. Lad interested in these various sport. The Outlook is not Bright at lid time fur a full track in candidate will be Given every inedible Cha ins Kiel those showing the most Promise will i accorded Speed us training in the event in which they pm to i lest. Candidate who qualify will is entered til inter City truck meets. Lack a track is blamed for the poor showing in. Ii. H. In track and Field meets. A full squad singles Aud doubles team will represent Portsmouth the Clay courts this season. Ill a has bar Strong teams in this Branch spirt for several seasons Aud this year will i no exception. A meet has is ii arranged with Wellston and Kentucky military Institute. In and j i it Ion there will i the big five meet at Athen and the Southeast men Fishio sectional at Athens. Several letter men arc Flack from last season which w ill provide a basis for the j building u winning squad. Providing a suitable plat can be j found there will be to Trojan Golf i i am in the Field this season ready to j meet All opt scents. Gist season p. La s. Won the sectional meet at j Athens Aud went into the state matches at Columbus. More High j school each year arc taking tip this Branch Semi. A Rosf it get a baseball team rep j resenting i. Ii h. Win never brighter than this season. Inter Elm con test will i planned in an Effort to get a Lim the material should there to sufficient promising Materia develop cd a varsity nine will he selected and a regular schedule arranged. Ironton is to have a nine and there will be a sectional Touru mint in Athens May try i inlay Homana Goodman by Chester l. Smith were from England and the other when Johnny Goodman who was i Ltd untied from their known prot id i iut thu aha net�., As a a kid who going songster heaver to get somewhere Iii this Golf Buri Ness Quot qua kingly Sank the putt that put Belloc Lone out the last a Lineal Amati Arlt it in championship lie trim dieted the arrival a new Day among the golfers who play for i the fun f it. Jones defeat though it was one j the most shocking get in tin Annat the game in this country did not indicate that the Atlanta pm j Perot was tottering by throne. He a still the King and the Llotd mall Lier Iii which Jimmy Johnston s ult mate Victory at Ivehic Beach Ware j Oei Ved is proof. Hut the pressure a Jones supremacy i Lamming great Mother apron string Long enough to speak up before company. It must have int quite a comedown to the Graybeard this sudden upward sweep the infant proletariat hut they May As Well get us a to it for this season As quite Al to Senu eau Mitre vigorous attack. Goodman despite his Victory Over Jones is not even rated High among the tender aged contenders although tie i coming along fast. Maurice Moi Arthy jr., son the pro at old Ria Thush Ami intercollegiate Champion in 192 it inc i ionian Aud Phil Finlay two other Eastern collegians and the latter one. National inter Schoh Giuins and the lath r once a mid West pins its debit me Ward horse dedicate quoted at to to i in future books As to flying heels trained Ink Kentucky duo Clever giants backstops it is going to in More a fight t Dnia i interscholastic t it to St Ronald for him to stay up there. There is no reason Why Hobby should not dominate the Amateur game throughout Hilo. The Point is that the youngsters who Are massing to storm i trenches will in 12 Mouth better than they were a year ago in it tii met Ivanti locally and in the additional town Ament sex portend Moo. The amazing tire Gou set a the More who will go abroad a a member Hie american Walker cup team. Keefe Carter. Ism Stein and Charley Weaver ail Are considered r11t tor major than the Wili West enter. Heaver a Cully. By advanced like a Prairie Brush fire. He was they will have Al wort Ted. Jones in j a a in bet ii i Alif ruin Junior Champion v can improve my 1927 and i Tea ten finalist in the the other hand hardly can it no so that it Boco pics a simple matter mathematic to foresee the finish statically inclined Folk must have found much meat in the summary the historic skirmish the West coast inst september. Old timer hem their Way the completion ii qualifying round they found that the 92 what a re Malius Only eight were from Hie ranks the old guard. Three same event two Veals later. Iii be tween i was runner up in the cad forma senior tournament Aud the same year was a cond Low Amateur Iii the Law Angeles Ieti. Last Quot infer. Returning Home for the holidays from an Eastern College to played remarkable Golf in several open event. Balter Slagen. Among other professional sees in the la year old lad the making a grand golfer. List is representative one from Michigan comes Francis Lynn the i diversity i let roil and from the far West Donald Sang Ter another those phenomenal athlete Turin out from Tho shores the smiling Pacific Louisiana contributes Eddie my a lure Shreve Ort who a the state Champion before leaving by Junior Day s i Hind. From the Northwest in addition to Aloe come Yin out Dot i. Already a finished shot maker. I he list runs and . There is not a Section the country that does j not have its quota Stripling who Levi Giro Only the Tallis that come by Contact with fast company to Blossom out. 4if the generation to which Jones himself Lmh a pigs. At least a half dozen Are Seq Iii pm Ted to take advantage sin h a break As was afforded Johnston at feeble Beach. The present Champion might easily re heat for lie is As charming a Stroker a lie i a gentleman. George von Lim who has ecu keeping in trim throughout the Winter by tagging around after the pros has by Eye Oil the title and always a done Well at where the championship bought out. Nor Vav 111 it Ive Well to Giorge Voigt and Dis habit keeping every shot in the straight and narrow nor Jess Sweetser. But for to nest his headache. Master joins had Best look Iii the direction the Addesia tips. Prom there it s surely coming. Seven times at Barrier last year he won five races. By Orlo Robertson Assaria Ted pres sports writer new York april 12�? harking Back to a May Day in 1928, when Heigh count conquered mud and the country s beet three year own the Middle West again la pinning its Hopes a Chicago owned horse to win the Kentucky Derby. Dedicate which races for the Everglades stable owned by John 8. Ward and Frederick Burton is the horse. Although not the heavy favorite that reigh count was in the pre Derby betting he is being quoted at to to i in the future books along with flying heels a much fancied Eastern candidate. If the Everglades colors Are leading the Field when the band thoroughbreds Thunder past the judges stand May 17, Kentucky can also share in the Victory. While owned by a Chicago stable. Dedicate won most his Fame Over the Blue grass tracks As a juvenile. And then too John 8. Ward a Long John Quot a he la known to the racing world is a Kentucky Trainer. Facing the Barrier seven times last year. Dedicate won five races and was unplaced twice to increase his owners earning by $28,200. His major Triumph came in the Eastern Shore Handicap when he was sent East to meet the East a Best in the Harve de Grace fall stake defeating Hijack among others. High foot u also a Chicago owned horse running under the Silks the Valley Lake stable. A product the Winter tracks this Chestnut son Prince pal is attracting considerable attention because his Brilliant performances Over the new Orleans turf. So sensational were some his races that the bookmakers have hacked him Down to 15 to i along with Buck Foreman s Ned Baltimore and William Zeigler spinach. Pollard leads master masonic pin bouncers to Pollard goes the Honor leading the master masonic Bowling league pin bruisers. Ile has an average 178 followed closely by Haskins with 172 and Uekert with 169. The cubs Browns reds and braves Arn having a four cornered fight in this league with tile cubs holding a one game margin. Thi league Bas five week to run and any the four named teams have a Chance to a top the first place honors. The victors will have to Roll a Dkl Ectyl act Ombis athletics to a Roll off As they won the Florri half honors. The individual averages name Pollard. He Kius. Wuchert. Over by la Lam. A. Young. Neff. Mccurdy. Horner. Weinhard it. Smith. Kimble. K. Voting Mccomb. Gulker . Bryant. Carter. Barr. In is. 3va remail Godfrey. Potts. Drummond a flood. Hoke. White. Brinkley. Humphreys. J put Lek. I Frost Lek. A Laumau. Gilmore. Kugleman a i Vav son. Frow inc. I Tinkler. I Rosenbaum. E. Smith. New mini. J Sto Kharn a Ailstock. Burton. Lerley. Evans. Holbrook. I Allard Roger. Greene. I Slaker. F. Smith. 4 a ulv Tell. Webb. I Huit. Left to right Are Bob 0farrell and Frank a a shanty Hogan the All Star Backstop alternates the new York giants who Tiu act a a Clever foils for the pitching staff during the coming league standings Texas league Hub w l. Pet. Beaumont. 3 3 1,04 0 dallas.3 0 1.000 Wichita falla2 i .6457 Shreveport i 2 .333 Houston. I o .333 Sun Antonio. I i .833 Waco. I o .333 it Worth it 3 too Pacific coast league aul w. L. Pct. Loa Angeles. 4 0 1,000 Hollywood .2 re i san francisco2 o .500 Seattle. 2 a i .500 Sacramento. 2 4 .500 missions. 2 a i .74 0 Oakland. 2 4 .500 Portland. 0 a a 4 a Oft Bowling Lecky strikes hardin.225 wheeler129 Gable 188 Blind. Too totals. Kittens Rogers. Game total a. A 8 5710 173. 8ft 11 St i 172. 36 id 177 by. 95 454 74 id. 38 i i 167. A i 6013 bi7. 86 5999 b7. 34 1901 1455. 45 j 82 j 64 3 548 162. 85 5844 162 84 457 162. 24 at i 162. 33 521 by. 35 ,v.2 158. 2� 1255 158. 845 54 v 40 157. 34 4711 157. 27 4212 5571 1545. 34 155. 27 41945 155. 27 4179 185. 845 5581 15 i a ii a Al 411 146 fat 4394 1 by 84 85� 145. A i 4553 145. 345 3176 114 s3 8721 143 a 54 142. 86 5017 139.i 4179 189 w. 4967 13. 21 295 13,8 a i Iii 137. 21 57 a 137. 12 1649 137 1 4472 136 it 4149 135 31 4 54 is 134 t pm 134. 36 475 Las 3 815 i r2. 34 4451 in 341 3415 129 a 27 hts 129 6 f a a la. I a. 33 4 a i i Phi 8121 to. It it i. Till 4408 122 21 23845 111 38 5615 la recreation Fords Holden. Sci arg. Of Conner. Duschik Usk. Shott. Isth 173 198 180 b52 180 24 re 1454 171 171 190 188 193 162 162 so 563 555 513 513 a a total. 900 922 987 lbs to backers Price. 149 146 211 5045 Davie. In 127 14 44n Blind. 154 a a 134 Churchill. 137 154 my 458 Day. 139 172 182 493 Schmidt. A 191 150 341 total. 738 790 820 231 Reinhardt trans Fer Reinhardt. 247 1457 Ooi 4585 Mckinney. 13 17 196 557 Ikui atello. 151 18 11 515 Huels. 11 281 193 . Bauer. 214 by a a 4533 j total. 972 958 1020 2945 i Neriz Oniskey. 169 171 173 513 Baker. 191 211 2041 in dry j Smyke. 191 i7< i is say i Johnson. 212 18 12 52 la red Ger. 174 191 286 4�?~d l total. 987 931 987 205 j Wolff cloth i no Bruno. 204 291 195 590 1 Brunner. 175 223 iss 554 Burke. 136 he a Joi re i Russell. 133 i 3 uni 476 Smith. Is Ira 202 554 total. 44 try 11 26o daily times Foueti r191 215 199 iwo Brodl Eck. 193 by i a Bitch. Ibi b9 253 620 i mighty. By 11 175 Sheridan. In 202 202 542 trial. 8 a swi 997 2 i masonic ladies a Kittens. A. A Quot it no h,4irl 24 i >.71 Ricky strike. 19 .51 cub. A a a to .521 wild 4�?Tat. 16 26 scrappers. 14 245 .31 Lantz. Coffman. Totals. Cubs. C. Lilly. E. Worley. L. Coburn. Blind. Totals. Scrappers Pyle. Bell. Smith. Girls. Totals. Wild cats Bullock. Williams. Kahmar. Chian. 210 14t2 597 132 128 398 134 143 4450 too too 300 505 451 525 470. 637 576 533. 172 145 188 151 133. 188 146 191 ,. 181 128 161. 708 570 673 14 3 127 1.38. 125 143 117. To 171 169 ,. Too too too. 473 541 521. Is 147 140. 197 1iw 162. 143 143 115. 69 88 107. 577 543 530. 1150 129 15ft. 140 ii 141 ,. 115 145 14 140 122 la 3458 385 485 34 461 524 401 201 439 397 44 is 373 totals 555 512 550 14517 whoop in girls conners14� 137 110 312 Magnet. 136 14 6 163 405 Bryant. 127 165 124 41 to a. Smith. Ii 162 157 4so total 570 570 554 1694 Many Portsmouth fans to attend red first 6ame Queen City team v to Cincinnati tuesday to axe Redland Field include. James dint Al the Dore leu Bueber. Fred Ruhl Ian Charles v. Wertz. John w. Wilhelm. John Moi ton. Arthur Young . And mrs. Dan 4�?Teuro and . And Clarence Nodler. As the reds Are great favorite Portsmouth Tana it a Safe bet the member tin delegation will pull hard for the vat been City tribe to cop the to Qunius tilt. Charles Luca Graek Chueker it Dan How Ley a squad in Down to Miteb t Hiet in tee Ami it the Nashville redhead is in form it a Einch the Smoketown Rew will have their work Cut out in adva Nee. Miss Ruth held Leader in women s Rifle work Garfield school teachers flan for tourney. The team women that have Wen i Ting in .22 Rifle practice for the Page to five in week i fat rounding into in to to in challenging unit from other cities they a get then a. W. A Range one to two evening it week and the Conche claim they will eventually lie Able to give the local men a Good run in prone shooting. Ruth held. This past week. Set the Pace and Lier enthusiasm i Comite to Kep the group a from the pedagogic staff Garfield achoo their toe for the women s championship this Community. April 24th in Hie tentative Date for the championship contest. Columbus term hrs Hopes placin6 first wait patiently for a drop from Cincinnati red a training Camp Ace pitching staff Outfield looks As Good As any in league infield appears fair. By associated press Columbus o., april 13�?still trusting to their big brother the Cincinnati reds to treat them right in regard to sending their cast off players Here Early in the season to e Columbus senators begin the american association season hopeful d a ing better than the sixth place they occupied last year. The club has better prospects going somewhere than it did at thi time last year for it did not receive any help from its Parent organization until Well after the season shifted. Under Sidney Weill a management Columbus has been promised two three Good pitchers and perhaps an outfielder before the year is Well under Way. There is moreover a possibility that Chick Cuccinello Best infielder in the association last year and a leading hitter will fail to make the Grade at Cincinnati where he Bas been running second and third Choice for third base and May lie returned Here for another so Sou. His addition would make the Columbus team to Gether with the Advent two steady pitchers. As it is Harlan a a lefty we song and dutch Kemner Are the aces the pitching staff. Wysong with i fast one and Kemner a steadiness and it Tirol after being turned Over from Cincinnati last season were the principal Reliance the club and both Are going great guns. Frank and Russell Miller Larry Winters and Dick Wykoff Ore nil holdovers from last years staff while Charley Maxton former ii due Star is Back after a year in the Hughes. Jesse Doyle formerly with Toledo was signed i a free agent and show Promise. He won 54 games for Toronto in the International league in 1927 and 1928, attracting the attention Dan Howley the new manager the oils who a managing Toronto at that time. The catching problem a apparently solved by the signing Lea Dixon who caught 454 games for in Cannati last year mud was sent Here a part payment for Cuccinello. Dix ii was a holdout for months. Mickey Devine and Enoch Shinault veterans. And George Sheflott to newcomer i Are the catchers. Columbus infield shattes up pretty i Well with the Veteran Emmett i j Cann at first base Ray Morehart i last year with St. Paul at second i Wes kingdom just Over from the j International league it Short and i Deehy Foss Veteran Aud hit Smith. A i third. Fos had a bad knee last year and now is Hurt again Bur probably not seriously. His plate is being taken by Utility Man Danny Boone but Cuccinello will probable play third he is returned Here by the reds. The Outfield looks As Good As any in the league. Rid Purdy with the reds for several years As a regular will lie in left instead Marty Cal Lawhaii who is now at Cincinnati j est la Crabtree Likely w ill is in Cen i Ter again for his Speed and timely i hinting while either the Veteran Bernie Xvi Walter Shanor far Mer Cincinnati infielder will i i right Field. Shakier lost out Iii to Battle for first base As Mccann i neither Iii nor troubled with Domestic relations this year. Jimmie Horn. An outfielder i still i holding out but manager Harr Quot Nemo Leil Ioli can play the gardens Aud hit. Cecil Dunn a Utility la i fielder with a preference for Short a Stop Eugene Trace former a a Hio j University Pitcher and whoever the i reds Send hero Complete the roster. Seth commis Lead in Rifle tournament Altimu Dingus husky Ace shoots at shot put work Merlon. Will is Overlook Vales chef 4 Biak age w. 4. Wooten 42. Vav i arrested saturday afternoon a warrant charging h i in with issuing a Check with in Uffit Lent fund in the hunk Tho complainant is John Barr what a a a leg it that Wooten gave him a Check amounting to Alai 93 Aud that he did not Nave the Money in th1 Bank to cover the amount. Detective John Barnes arrested Wooten. _ Seattle. April 13-Pant Jessup the University Washington track and Field Tea in a sounded a note warning to the great Shat Putter the country. The former husky football Captain who stand 6 feet a a inches High took j a strangle hold a 16-Pound Ball and hoisted it out 54 feet 64 inches luring indoor practice recently. Although it was the Best Mark he had Ever made he Bas been tossing i the shot around 50 feet every Day j and is striving for 51 feet before the i track season officially opens. Jessup is at his beat in compel i Tion and his Friend Are predicting some startling news when be Coni pet in the unt Ionn collegiate meet in Uhl Eago next summer. Edmundson Washington track coach has visions the husky giant becoming a greater idiot Putter than Herman Brux National a. A u. Champion and former Washington Star. Edmundson taught brix the tricks the sport which ens tiled him to place second in the last Olympie games with a toss 51 feet 8 incites. Jessups Best Mark in Competition Las year was 54 feet 2l-j inches. Edmundson is pushing him hard this season As it is Bis last at Washington. J it. Shooters will make use outdoor Range. Seth is now leading the n. \ Quot a by a riflemen in the april off hand .22 tournament. He a High card and High gun for the half month which a a event has run. The interest is it d keen which Means that the remain Al two weeks May see Tho top Pla 4 change Many times. Now that the shooters relay Trull a lost in the big three mile a. They will furs their sunday afternoons it the outdoor Rifle game. The .22 Quot Dwarf course will be the one demand 1? most attention followed by the Quot pm a i if co Tion course with the Spry Ffield. Several heal men to be to pm 1 the state civilian 3ft team. Andev a few the n. It w. Shooter ambitious to land a berth the inter rational Railroad team. Amp la Ltd it will tie the scene the event th�?�0 team will compete in Early in 8t-tember. The Keg England a the following official title his in testy genre i v. By Grace god. Of threat Roiti Ireland and the British Dominion by a Pond the sea. Kine. Defender f Faith. Emperor India. �?18 regular greens now open real sporty course Green fee soc saturday sundays and holidays 75c

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