Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 17, 1928, Page 7, Image 7

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    rePFOiro :NCm; tribune, medpor'd. ontinoy, Tuesday. :totl 17, 102?.
PXGE SEVEN
t GEHRIG LAMBASTS
I ANOTHER HOMER-
'jti:ILEN CONTINUES
RIGID PRACTICE
EOR NET BATTLES
BABE'S BAT IN ACTION AS YANKS BEAT ATHLETICS
2 UP ON
(By the Associated Press.)
NKW YORK. Apr. 17. P)
Hiss Helen Wills, national wom
en's tennis champion, continues tu
I prepare lor her invasion of Kuro
pean courts by meeting stronp mas
culine opposition In her last prac
tice matches ITefore her departure.
Yesterday at Koresit Hills she
mat the RtmnEMt nimnttition she
The Yankees yesterday disposed , h .... ..,inired in Kdward C.
of the Red Sox by 7 to 2. Ceorce chamlieri a member of the Davis
l'ipgras yieldine only five hits. Co- L.ul, squnat and ,von 6-4. 6-8, 7-S.
lumbla I.ou (iehriu drove out hl;Thl, aii, Bet wa not completed,
second home-run, to place his tvol0n Monjlay she took a stiff, three
UP on the miRhty Italic Hulli. set mai,.h from Klmer Oriffln.
Connie Mack a Athletes seem to, Thl nficrnwin she probably will j
be slow in getting started, losing . meet Griffin again In her last prac- I'
to tno senators Dy t to . l.izen-- ti(.e st,son before she and Miss
bee bested Waltaeru on the mound. ! ienelope Anderson snll for Kurope
Goslln lifted for the circuit in the'on tne Aciuitania tomorrow nlKht.
fourth inning.
After miming a winning' streak
through four games, the St, Louis
The clmmjiion's play in the two
practice matches has been a reve
lation to tho.se who saw her win
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seemed Impossible then that he
game could show much Improve
ment. Yet it Iw now distinctly
better. Yesterday her backhand
strokes were coming over with more
speed and greater accuracy than
ecer before, while on the forehand
her drives zipped across with light
ning spe'd and were topped to
drop well within the back line.
GAVUZZI LEAD IN
Browns were smothered by thoitne national title hint summer. It
v nue nux, o 10 u, jioss fiowiey
throwing 17 men on the field in
an effort to stave off defeat.
Johnny Mostil, veteran Sox out
fielder, made his first start this
year by slashing out a single.
The Tigers put across a three
run rally in the eighth but it was
not enough to overcome an early
lead by the Indians who won by
G to 4.
The hard luck which tagged Jess
Petty in the previous drive was '
alongside 1he "Silver Fox" once
ngain as the Braves carried off a
3 to 3 decision over Brooklyn.
Rogers Ilornsby gathered three hits
In four times up.
Burleigh Crimes, former heaver
for the Giants, hurled the Pirates
to an 8 to 1 victory against Cin-'j
ctnnatl, stopping the Beds with six
hits.
The Chicago Cubs went on a bat
ting spree in the fourth inning,
scoring- five runs off Jess Haines to
defeat the Cardinals by 6 to 3. Karl
Webb laced out a four-bagger in
the fifth session.
Cy Williams came through with
a pinch home-run off Pitcher Fltz
nimmons with two on bases in the
eighth Inning to help the- Phillies
subdue the Giants by a 7 to 5
count,
fightTrtowed
lipeniug Uiiint) (Jiiuiu siiuniiiH iuiJ jnim i"hMis in iuv mini nine up. H uie .New
York Yankees trounce tne. Aimeucs at I'niiaaeipnia. view ihmow snows, jett to litilit, l.ou tJeurig.
Tris Speaker, Ty Cobb and Kuth chatting together just before the game.
WILDCAT' SIGNS jHAGEN NO TERROR PAINTED BRITISH
TO FIGHT WALKER TO BRITISH STAR KING AS HE !S;
ARTIST SUICIDES
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I.OS ANGELES,, -April 17. VP)
Th ' E'xamtner says " Fidul La
riarba, who retired as flywelnht
boxing champion . to enter Stan
ford university, ' will b married
Kuturday at Santa Cruz to Mis.
Marion DeRock, former wife of
Billy DeBeck, cartoonist.
"We will not go on a honey
moon, you know, for Fidel is
still In colleRe," said Mrs. DeBeck.
She said she probably would at
tend domestic science classes.
During Iallarba's climb to ring
fame, he was managed by Eugene
V. Blake.
"Fidel arranged this match for
himself," mid Blake last night.
"1 had nothing to do with It." He
said the former title-holder and
Mrs. DeBeck had been engaged
since last June.
TULSA. Okln., April 17. IP
Peter Gavuzzf, who recently car
ried the colors of Southampton,
England, to first place in elapsed
time in the cross-country mara
thon, arrived from Barstuw In
4:47 flat. His elapsed time for
the 1C19 miles from los Ange
les was 270:41:0T. This gave him
a lead of more than an hour over
Andrew Payne of Claremoro.
Okhi., who It as dropped to sec
ond pluce since entering his home
state,
Guisto Umek. Italian champion,
was the second to arrive here.
His mark of 5:28:26 gave him
a total pf 324:37:50. Payne fin
ished third In 5:39:58, had an
elapsed time of 271:47.29.'
Allan Currier, Rogue Itlver,
Ore,, finished yesterday's lap In
7:42:30. His elapsed time is
351:22:33.
The caravnn moves to Chelsea
today, 42 miles east of here.
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CHICAGO, Apr. 17. UP) The!
"Nebraska Wildcat," Ace Hudkins.
will ndd a few pounds and tackle
Mickey Walker for the middle-j
weight title here,, either late in
June or July, Promoter James Mul-1
len has announced.
Hudkins and his brother-man-1
ager. Clyde, held out for an gotJ
a contract stipulating a percentage
share of tho'gate receipts. Walker i
and his manager. Jack Kearns. !
signed three weks ago. j
As a welterweight, Hudkins has!
been a picturesque scrapper, but 1
his increasing poundage has forced!
him into the middleweight class.
BELFAST), Northern Ireland,
April 17. (A) Archie Compston,
long-hittin British goiter, who!
meets Wulter Hugen in London j
In a 72-holo match for "big LONDON. April 1 1. (JV) The
money" April 27-28. Is looking ' Evening News says thai (.'harlus
forward with confidence to the Sims, R. A., noted portrail painter
test. U., ,i..,i. ... .,.i i,
m.e British star expects to l.ai.e Kht fould ,,rowncu
his Hands full in disposing of the cluUll w,.,K,ltcl, wUn aUmP8. TllH.
American professional champion, haU ,)een ,n , heulh for
but ho Is cm his game and be-: ,)me an(, 8Hffered from ,.
lieves he will win. j BOmnla.
"I never played finer golf than j n
In private matclvs 1 hove played i Sims' portrait of Kinr George in
recently." said Compston today! 1924 caused a Btorm of discussion.
In discussing his chances with! The portrait appeared in the royul
the hard fighting Hagcn. "I am : academy exhibition and depicted
particularly pleased with the ac-jthe king wearing the robes of the j
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LONDON, April 17. The
way has been made smoother for
amateurs who wish to enter the
Hritlsh open golf championships,
the Hoyal and Ancient Golf club,
governing body of British golf.
has removed a restriction under
which oiiy uinuicui a wim u. na
tional handicap of three or less
could enter the open. This re
stores the pre-war status. The
restriction was Introduced to pre
vent long handicappers entering
the open classic largely for ex
perience to be gained In going
i around with famous professionals.
(Dy the Associated Press)
Including games of April 16:
. National.
Batting Grantham, Pirates, .579.
Runs Frlsch, Cardinals, 7.
Hitf Grantham, Pirates, 11.
Doubles Grantham, Pirates, ' 3;
Bottomley, Cardinals. 3.
Triples Illconda, Dodgers, 3.
Homers Frlsch, Cardinals, 3.
Stolen, bases Frisch, Cardlnnls, 2.
American. t .
Batting Meusel, Yankees! i5S3.
Buns Jamieson, Indians, 7.
Hits J. Rewell, Indians, 10.
Doubles Cissell. AVhlte Sox; Ma-
nush. Browns; Blue, Browns,
3 each.
Triples Langford. Indluns, 2.
Homers Gehrig, Yankees; Goslin,
Senators; H a u s e r. Athletics;
Todt, Bed Sox. 2 each.
Stolen bases Bluege, Senators, 2.
0 one 3
Fights Last Night
IS KNOCKED OUT
TOPEKA. Knns., Apr. 17. (P)
Another of the few knockouts
charged ngainst Jack Johnson in
nearly three decades was on rec
ord here today. v .'-' ". -.--v-;-
The former heavyweight cham
pion, who fell liefnro Joss Wlllard
in 1015, was Knocked out In the
fifth round of a scheduled 3 0-round ;
fight last night by Bearcat Wright, j
Ontaha negro.- Kntering the ring
weighing 235 pounds ns compared:
to the 220 he sculed in his cham-t
pionship days from 1910 to 1915,!
Johnson, now 50 years old, held
"Wright on nearly, even terms for;
four rounds, In the fifth the glantl
negro fell victim to a solar . plexus!
blow followed by a right uppcrcut)
and remained down for the count. 1
Order of the Garter, as thin and
almost overwhelmed by the mug
I nilicence of his garments. It was
j later withdrawn.
I While on a lenethv visit to the.
United States in December, l!tJ6,
Mr. Sims resigned his position of
keeper of the royul acadomy after
receiving a mild rebuke necause
he had not given up his New
YorU engagements in time to re
turn for the opening of the school
in October. ......
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NEW YORK. Sammy linker
beat Billy Alger, Phoenix, Ariz.
(10).
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CHICAGO. Juck McKenna, To-j
ronto. defetitcd "Walcott Langford,!
Chicago (8).
BAIjTIMOUE. Johnny Filuccl,
New York, and Bobby Garcia, Bal
timore, drew (12).
PHILADELPHIA Eddie Shea.
Chicago, defeated Tony Ascend,
Spain (10).
TOPEKA, Kana. i Bearcat
Wright, Omaha, knocked out Jack
Johniton, former champion heavy
weight (5).
MIAMI. Fla. Pal MacDonnld,
Terre Haute, Ind., knocked out
Hilly Ryan, Cleveland (2).
OMAHA. Tommy Grogan, Oma
ha, defeated Kddie Andemon, Cas
per, Wyo. (10).
GREEN BAY, Win. Jimmy
Byrnes, Louisville, Ky., won over
Bud Gorman, Kenosha, Wis. (10).
PITTSBURGH, Pa. Jack Zivlc,
Plttsburir, beat Mike Katklsh, Pitta
burgh (10).
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