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' Associated Press Sports Editor.
uv GERMANTOWN CRICKET
i CLUB PHILADELPHIAPenSsyl
vania," Sept. S. AP ) fiUiBUl"
"Tilden again rose , to dramatic
heights -today; to check "France's
-Davis- cap challenge 'and "give
America a 2 to 1 lead In the most
stirring battle io year for the fa
mous international tennis trophy.
- "Big Bill"-; dldntdoit single
, .handed this time out his racquet,
always flashing In the thickest of
the fight, was the dynamic, decid-
- in 5 factor in a sensational fire set
r doubles triumph that he and his
. stocky' partner, Francis T. Hunter,
scored, ever Jacques Brugnon and
Jean .'.Borotra. The scores were
3-,-3, 6-S. 4-6, -0.
-b .trVev:t VCrisIs Today ;
Kv As ''result America needs only
i one in ore victory in" tomorrow's re
maining two singles .matches to
'' -rlinch possessipn of the Darts' cup
forj :the 'eighth successive' year.
France- must take both contests to
emerge the winner.
" -With Tilderi as rampant asr he
- was yesterday in conquering Hen
ri Cochet and in playing ''Abe lead
ing role in the doubles today, the
-'-American tawmray -clinch - the eup
ij?., the;, first match tomorrow
? against Itene Lacoste. In fact, it
seems-certain he mustdo'so if the
eap! defenders are'ta'wln at all, for
n Lj&I?BJlP? Johnston,' on the poor
; form;' he displayed '-against Lacoste
yesterday, waa-.eonceded ' little
t chance of beating Cochet.
5 Today's - doubles"' match was
hard fought, "see-saw "struggle for
; four, sets rlth little, to choose In
- the sparkling duels' that found Til-
' den on one-side, and Bprotra on
the 'other. ""bearing the- brunt of
battle.. '( But it 'was turned- into
rout. In the final set, largely bo
cause the French wilted under the
' terrific pace, "yielding to the- su
pcrlof stamina of their opponents
1: but also partly because of a sport
ing but costly pofnt-throwing ges
' turej by the r"boundiftg Basque.'
Throws Point Away '
i This gesture came in the fourth
t") game ot the deciding set-at a time
t when Tilden and Hunter, although
.., leading 3-0, appeared albit shaky
f On his, own service,, Borotra was
' leading 30-16 when he served a
'i baQ .to Tilden that was-eaHed "in
iinimn ni "TUz Bill" "hare-
" ! ant his racauet on it. Hut to
i the Basque it appeared, out by at
least four inches, he' said after,-
tuLrd. The score "was called at
,:i 4 Q-l 5. but Borotra then' deliberate
tv dnnhlA-f suited. .The crowd
. rheered the frenchman. It ap-
peared a magnificent gesture but
.t i also proved costly-, upset, or
otra missed an easy return and in
l a proiohged deuce battje tn
Americans captured ;the game to
i assume a lead of 4-0 that virtually
settled" the match. T " , ;
Nalionjil ' League Standings
- Pittsburgh ........77.
'r New .York ....... - - 76
( St. Louis .74,,
. , , .. .i 6 1
j PITTSBURGH SepU O.AP),
; VU'Aldrtdge won a pneners' nat
i tie over Herb 'Pruett- apdrt Pitts
; burgh elunisr to. iti 4eada Jn t&e
( National league pennant chase, to
day, by defeating Philadelphia 3 to
l 2 Ifuthe f irst'ot ar three game "ser-
: i i8-1 r "i . -- -T ' i f
i , ThePlratesigot to Pruettln the
j fourth. Inning for five of their to
: tal of hits and scored all three
of "their runs. .-. Aldridge allowed
! the PhIIs but 6 hits. and ' they
v were unable to bunch them effec
''tlvely; to overcome the. Pirates'
R H I?
..2 6 1
. .3 8 2
: Pruett and Wilson;
and foochv - -
. CINCINNATTI, Sept. (AP)
The Reds hit two Boston pltf
.-chera XgaX4ndtt4to4 Oie first
' "Owricr PhBall.of tKe
Brpwns has just bbugKt'an air
plane. Gonna throw a smucfee ;
over his ball park to kill ths
boIlweeviL" :. ' . s
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ILOOK OUT FOR MOSR PITTSBUR(SH BIRATESI !
.THEY'RE SHOWING PLENTY OF PENNATPEP
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,(r This panorama of the game between th '.'Pittsburgh' Pirates and Chicago Cubs; at Pittsburgh, which; resulted in a victory for the Pi
rates 'and "that team taking first place in the National league pennant race,, shows the Cubs hopes crushed in the third inning'. With
Beck on second and Adams on first and two" out, English singled to right. Beck Jried to score on the play and was caugbt-at the plate
on Paul-WanerVthrow-nome. Beck'is shown nearing home. Catcher Gooch waits for the throw. ' Adams is running to third and Eng
lish has just -rounded first.
By r Norman E. Brown
Exclusive Central i Press DLspatch
PITTSBURGH, Pa , Sept. 6. I
came here to see the "little
world's series" game between the
Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago
Cubs, with first place in the neck
and neck race in the National
league; at stake. ' .
i The Pirates emerged from that
game, to gonto their series with
the Cardinals with an inside track
tor the. restof the race.
-INot becattse they had triumphed
over the Cubs ana thereby stepped
into first place.
Not because they faced a sched-
game of the series 8 to 1.'
. Score: , R H E.
Boston .. .. 1 8 3
Cincinnatti ...811 0
. Greenfield, Morrison and Ur
ban;., Crpwder and Picnich.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 9.- ( AP)
The St. Louis Cardinals regained
third place in the National' league
race by defeating Brooklyn in ten
innings today, 7 to 6. Bells triple
brought in the tying and winning
Score; R H E
Brooklyn 610 1
St. Louis 8 13 1
McWeeny.- Clark, Petty and
Henjine; Haines, Keen, Sherdel
CHICAGO, Sept. 9. f AP)
The second place Giants clung to
the' heels of the league leading
Pirates by trimming the Cubs, to
day. , The score was 7 to 2.
'Score: , ' ' R H E
New York , .... . . .... 7 12 0
Chicago :. .... .2 a 0
1 Grimes and-.Taylor; Brillheart,
Weiuert,;jlones and Hartnett.
rf'-''.Vil- " .
f 'GROWS CLOSER
NEW YORK. Sept. 9. (AP)
-With the exception of the Cubs
all , western. contenders in the
heart breaking National league
race continued the fast clip today
with Pittsburgh flying in front
half a game ahead of the Giants
as areult-ot a -verdict over tne
Phillies. The New Yorkers wrest
ed an opener In Chicago and as
the Cards subdued the Robins in
an overtime, struggle the Bruins
relinquished third place to.; St
Louis i once more. Here's , the
way the clubs are huddled : r
J ' the : American league pen
nant - strife, the Yankees made a
big gain ' upaettltfg the . Brown?
while, the . Tigers sent' the Ath
e tics, down forr-i the count and
jiow i the sNew; Tor kers r need -but
three' triumphs out of 19-remain-i
lag ganies to clinch the flag-,
granting that the Mackme&Kan-
nex 'alt of 20 cbntests left to- be
played. ; A " J: :ti t
, If that: should happen; ' .the
standing then would bei i.
: v Team . J - myt&&-
New ;York i
. ' . i Oft
Philadelphia yri viiT 57
:-iOSK lfvB FATAL
SANTA MONICA CALU" Sept.
AjPl-Lleutenanit ?I5arI ;Car
lisle, army reserve officer and:av
iatlon instructor, tecefved injaries
Which .vcaused ihls rdeathr and 'his
passenger 'Thomas M-i Corey,'' 19.
of Los Angeles; was seriously In
jured late today when "Carlisle's
plane 'went Into a nose diveMCO
feet ahove Clover field near here,
ule which gave them an advant
age. But because in that game they
showed that they have the "fight"
to carry through to the pennant.
They are playing heads-up ball.
They are taking chances to "make
the breaks." . .,''' .
One instance alone indicates
Gabby Hartnett, Chicago catch
er, started the third inning for-the
Cubs by drawing a pass. The Pi
rates had a' two-run' edge. Hart
netPis" 6ne of the keenest "nien in
baseball. His brilliant work be-
i hind th e"p lateis evidence of 'that.
The last Portland City league
game of . the season at the Salem
ball park, 'will be played Sunday
when the WOW team from Port
land conies here. One more game
is scheduled, with Montavilla at
Vaughn street, Portland.
While some fans may dope the
Senators to best the Woodmen
handily, and while these same
fans may also concede the local
team the unofficial state semi-pro
championship, there is real need
for support this week.
The Senators who receive :pay
for their ball playing, are now ac
cepting a "cut" of the net gate re
ceipts, and if the financial support
doesn't continue, who's to blame
some of them for hitting out to
greener fields? They're- loyal
boys, but loyalty has to be two
sided. There are some tough games
ahead one with the ! Ashland
team next week In connection with
the Lindbergh reception at Med-
ford, another, the following Sunday
with Alhanv here the big grudge
' bfcttle of the year.
Then the final league game. with
Montavilla at Portland, with pros
pects that if Montavilla "wins,
more games may be necessary to
decide the second half title, and
then-a playoff to decide the sea-s
son championship between the
winners of the two. halves. That,
would carry baseball pretty well
along into the football "iseason,
but fans here are predicting that
it won't. '. . ' . '
But if support isn't forthcom
ing, the Senators will give f It p,
championship : hopes and all. ac
cording to present Indications. - H
j - American. League 8tndinS -. :
, . - ;Ww L. ;Pctn
New. YorV?. .V. .Vi.94 407Ol
Philadelnhlaa ..... .77 57 .579
rwtrhlr , ;,72 .62 i5i7
Washington i. ,'-.?? 53 52J
Chicago 64 68 4 8-
. . .59 76 ;:437
, v.84S;7J 1406
.?44 '89 f.33i
PHILADELPHIA. Sept.' ,9.r
(Api--The Detroit Tigers, ended
day by taking the second game by
a score of 5 Jio 2.. Howard J3hmke
was hit hard fronv the staff but
laasted for: six -innings..
Score ; 'Mr - ? p. 'H'K
Detroit '".ki :.'.v . 1 1
PblladelpDi: . V. t. t
: WfHteblil andlBasSler: Ebmke.
Walberg -an'd .Cochrane,' Perkins.' .
Harrlsa held-CJaveland to Wve hits
today and Boston woo Us second
I SUPPORT OF HE
Beck, a weak batter, followed
Hartnett. Meadows apparently
settled down to dispose of Beck.
Catcher Gooch flashed him the
ign. Like a bullet he whipped
the ball to first and nailed Hart
nett off the bag! , "
The ball beat itartnett by the
proverbial eyelash, but that was
Beck singled later. 'Adams
walked. English ' hit. Hartnett
would have scored, as events
turned out, had "he not been
caught. The Pirates ' won the
game by a one-run margin.
And that's the type of ball they
straight game of the series. 6 to
Score: R H fe
Cleveland 1 5 2
Boston ..... 6 9 0
Hudlin.'Farrell and L. Sewell;
Harriss and Hartley. ;
NEW YORK, Sept. 9. CAP)
The Yankees downed the St. Lon
is Browns today for. the twenti
eth time in 20 starts this seasdir.
The score was 9 to 3. '
Score: It H K
St. Louis 3 3 3
New York 9 8 1
Wngilder, Nevers and Dixon;
Shocker and Bengough.
. WASHINGTON, Sept. 9. (AP)
Lyons held the Senators to
three hits, all Rlngles today and
the White Sox whitewashed Wash
ington 8 to 0.
Score: R H K
Chicago 8 12 1
Washington , ... t. ... . , . . . u 3 2
... "Lyons "and Grouse; . MaTberry,
.Braxton and, Tatp, : , , , .
TAKES UP GOLFING
LAKE VILLA, ILL., Sept. 9.
(AP) Now Jhat boxing has been
forbidden the iheavy weight cham
pion, due to a stubborn cut in the
right eyelid. Gene Tunney has
taken up golf as a means of keep
ing in" shape until he "again Tan
enter the training' ring.
For the third successive day.
Gehe decided that a session with
his mashie niblick would do him
far- more good than - the custom
ary bIx' rounds with "his sparring
partners and would obviate the
danger of ' reopening the wound
Chuck Wiggins': butted -vers the
champion's leye ast Tuesday. The
cut has-healed nicely but Tunney
Is -fearful that a cfaahce .election
the woundedoptlc may lead: fo" fur
ther injury that could' not lbs fem
edied before ' the title' tilt" with
Jack "Dernpsey . in .Chicago, now
less tnan two weeks away.. . - ;
. The heavyweight kirig today'
scaled around. 193 pounds. .The
Increase. in r Tnnney'g poundage
presages a strenuous : drive to I
wfliiiie -iwar ai least six pounds.
wore .Irene- enters, the -ring , on
September. 22.kJ, , ; -..
pAlthdugh -Indications .Were that
Tunney. would resume his boxing
routine tomorrow, no : definita
time'fdr'resumptlori of ring work
has been set. . , .' - 3
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r -. . , . -- - - a . ?
. CAPTAIN PASSES.'
? SAN, FRAHCISCX) Sept. -fT4
AP) -Captain " C. ' MJ' Cochra"n
3 5 bne of "the -ywungesT . 'masters
f n . Pacific Thipp;g-"circle8. V dfed
today .ataea, the pollard Steam
ship, compkny,wa liforned-by
wireless. 1 ' .
' - -iX ;,?Sf t A-y S'.
v i , .,, , in - 1 yx v 5 i ''' '
played throughout the game al
ways ready to take the game out
of the other fellow's hands.
One other thing impressed "me.
Glenn Wright is at his best.; And
the Pirate shortstop is 'without a
peer on defense when he is that
way. In one inning he virtually
c-overed left field in collecting flies
that bordered on the liner variety.
He and Pie Traynor form a pair
at bat that aro hard to handle.
Bush's uncertain -pitching may
check him. but it will ' take poor
pitching to turn the trick; mighty,
poor pitching. He hasn't "had
much better than mediocre hurl
ing all year, -weighing blowhole
SEEK TO RESTRAIN i
CHICAGO, Sept. 9. (AP)
Jack Dempsey by proxy sparred
with the law today while in per-
son he listened to arguments on a
petition to restrain him from box--ing
Gene Tunney for the cham4
plons'hip on September 2 2, Judge
Otto Kerner in superior court re
served his decision until tomor
row. Dempsey, set for a day of ac
tivity at his training camp. Lin
coln fields, was snatched from the
atmosphere of leather and arnica
to one of law books upon the de
mand of the plaintiff.
While attorneys fingered legal
tomes and became oratorical in
their pleadings for. or against, the
petition, Dempsey watched the
conflict from a Jury box seat. Ait
extra detail of officers controlled
the crowd which flowed through
the small court room, or raced
madly after the boxer as he enter
ed and left the county building.
WHh Dempsey was Leo Flynn
his manager, and others of his
camp. Flynn continuously mopped
his face with a handkerchief as
the heat and. the crowded room
made conditions uncomfortable,
but; Dempsey, the picture of what
the well dressed boxer should
wear in court, appeared comfort
able and apparently enjoyed the
Frequent '"citations by -Ralph
Rosen, attorney for B. U. Clem
ents, who seeks to halt the Sold-j
ier field expdsitionclaiming the
Chicago Colisenm Athtetlc club of
which he is - president, holds an'
unfilled contract between Demp
sey and Harry Wilis, amused
Dempsey. Particularly, did "he en-;-joy
Rosen's contention that Demp
sey. could not: be replaced after
failing, to" complete.- 4he .contract,
"because of unique ability." ,
DEtaMONTE. CaL, 'Sept. 9.
(AP) Chuck Hunter of Tacoma
and John J. McHugh of San Fran
cisco .will clash .tomorrow 14 4 the
tioals.of the ..California ; amateur
golf championship.' Hunter ellm!
Una ted Frank 'Dolpr Portland, toi
dayi 8. andf Z and -McHugh won
from" Heinle Schmide, Portland;
1 up. "
A Job'a lot of the boys would
4Jke . to -, have 1 ls,f being a .sparring1
partner -ror' a booie sflghtef. I i
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O ' - 1' '
San Francisco ..
90 75 .545
93 78 .544
79 93 .459
79 93 '.459
65 105 .382
Iloilywood . ....
Lbs Angeles ...
i PORTLANTfrSept.- 9. (AP)
Portland 'def e'ated 'Sacfaniento to
day six'to'lwo in -gme featured
by the sparkling1 fielding of 'Bui
Cfssell. Beaver '"shortstop. "In ' the
sixth, with 'McGee 'on third, "two
out and the Beavers'lnfield' pulled
in, Cisseli"made a marvelous stop
of French's grounder . between'
short' and third, an a great throw
from, out of position, which nailed
Fremch at first and kept 'Sacra -
mento from tying the score. . , j
Score: . , ,R H E
Sacramento , 2 11 2
Portland 6 12 0
rSingleton and Severeid ; Yer
kes, Tomlin and Fischer.
OAKLAND, Sept. 9. (AP)
The league leading,. Oakland
team scored two victories over Sea-
I atUe-.-today, winning the morning
f-game, 4-3, and the afternoon af
fair 8-3. It virtually clinched the
Pennant for" the Oaks as': Seattle,
closest rival, is 12 games behind
and a matter of about 24 games
yet to be played before the sea
son ends. Manager ''Red" KUli
fer of Seattle practically admitted
after today's games that his team
would not be able .to overtake,!
Score: R H E
Seattle ,..J 15 1
Oakland , A 12 1
Knight and Schmidt: Sparks,
Craghead, Daglia and Read, Kak
er. "Second game.
Stattle 3 8 2
Oakland .8 13 1
'Graham,, House and Jenkins;
Hasty and Read.
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 9. (AP)
Hollywood ended, a three game
losing "streak today Vby taking
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both .games .of the. day, from Los
Angeles 5 to 3 and 7 to 2. In the
opener Bfir'MTirhy' bntpitened a
pair of youngsters. : 'GlenTiabier,
16 yeir oTd' Angel ' rotfkie, "hurled
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'Scores: . R H E
Hollywood .....,.-. :..5 8 1
Los Angeles 3 9 3
W. Murphy andAgnew; Gabler,
Smith and Sandberg.
Second' same.' '(7 "innings agrees
"Stores: ; R H E
Hollywood 7 10 0
Los Angeles .....-..-... ..2 6-0
' ' McCabo and'D,1 Murphy; Piercy,
McCoy ahd Hannah.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 9.
(AP) The Seals "mid' Missions
stf lit 'eien In ; today's two games
with 'the 'former taking the first
tontest'S-Z.'and'the "Missions com-
tngvbaCk to"grab;off an eleven in
ning" victory In the afternoon, 4-3.
Tight pitching and snappy field
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Scores: R H E
Missions ..; . ....... 2
"San Francisco --3
PUlette and Baldwin;
and Vargas.- .
San "Francisco -.
- . R H E
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..-.2 :3 10 4
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Barefoot and Whitney ; Kuna
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DOLP 3 ATND 1
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Johnny McHugh of San Fran-:
Cisco, former state titleholder,
eliminated Heinie Schmidt. Port
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final after a bitter match.
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PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 9.
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