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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, August 12, 1929, Image 10

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The rime yeeterdayday wm» a snap- ’ py one. ^either team acored until the fifth when the N. V. A. eent the fleet run over on two errors. White Plains tied the score In their half Of the Innlnr- Campbell doubled rtMMTvt Sneath filed oht to Campbell; two White Plalna — Horton Sneath to Keegan; Marl out to Keegan and>Caji out to Day In center. V Ninth Inning ' V. A/a acorec In the eighth The skinny men tried their best but simply could not overcome the heavy bitting of the fat men. A1 1 Beldadorf was as talkative as u>-| uni and played a good game In j this respect. Pop Lynch was eor- I ry he was so small that hi had to; play with the skinny men and said they did not give him any support In the catcher's box. Councilman McGrath played the l outfield this time but did not have j much work to do. Pop Lynch stole i borne and It was a dose decision but Pop la fast. Toby pulled a was doubled at first later when Monoteck. Bneath lined to Marlnaro. j Hach. If ... White Plalna — Horton drew a Keegan. It pass and was caught off first. Holler. 3b Moran. Sneath to Keegan; Marin- Avta. e - . sro singled to left but was doubled MW m . p By Beating Portugals 3-2 w ° ° Fug ary. Brooklyn promoter, hopes to develop a successor to Gene Tun- Third Victory Over Mamaroneck Team Gives vi«^ White Plains Club Series; Good . Game. Cam polo, the Argentine giant, will __________ meet Tom Heeney, of New Zealand. 1 'N a midsummer soccer game at the Parkway Oval yes- terday afternoon the White Plains Soccer Club cinched heT^d^ht. ie ‘ to be tossed as its series with the Mamaroneck Portugal Club by winning soon as the controversy overVhe ita third successive victory in a aeries of four games. The services and eligibility of Max score of the battle was 3-2. The victory brings to the local Schmeiing is setiistw_____________ team the beautiful silver cup offered to the winner of the ■erica by the Mamaroneck Soccer Cup. ££ \If The game was a furious struggle from start to finish. po aU but was not awarded the The feeling and interest incited in the crowd by the con- point because of an offside. Near > 0.1 oh iX f molro U,.. r. am. - r, 1 itIVQoe. the end of the game Fredricksen. White Plains; Fucfto win put'oot ' by Metola unassisted. Barbono ' went out through the Infield. Quirk singled but Giovanni ended the In ­ ning. Roberts to Metola. No runs, one bit. no errors. Mount Vernon: Arena filed to De Pice. Greges struck out De tier- tea singled. J. Carbone struck out N. V. Artists — 000010030 — S Two-bass hits: Brlante, Campbell Results ran a. Bhruck out: By Boles •; by Moran 7. Hit by pitcher: By Bolee (Day). Earned runs: White Plains L Time of game, one hour, forty minutes. Umpires: Whiteside at AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland. 8; New York. 8. Detroit. 9; Philadelphia. 8. (11 Innings.) Chicago, 6; Boston. 3. Washington. 7; St. Louis. 5. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York. 8; Cincinnati. L Brooklyn. 8: Pittsburgh. 3. Chicago. 3: Boston. 1. Other clubs not scheduled. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jersey City. 8; Toronto. 4 (1st). Toronto. 3; Jersey City. 1 (3d). Newark. 4: Rochester. 3 (1st. 12 Innings). Rochester. 7; Newark. 2 (2d). Baltimore, 7: Buffalo 2 (1st). Buffalo. 8; Baltimore. 4 (2d). Reading. 11; Montreal. 4. test was enough in itself to make the game colorful%Soc- cer is essentially a European game and it may safely be said that the game is most enjoyed by those who have seen it played on the other side of the Atlantic and have seen the greatest experts in action. The gathering at the match consisted mainly of intensely partisan rooters and cheers and jeer? greeted almost every successful and un ­ successful play according\to the point of view. The local victory wax brought* about moetly through fine team- until Olagoaurd. the brilliant cen- work. Proving the iporting adage ter forward, drove It through. The that a coordinate team, la better half ended with the local Yearn still than a group of brilliant Individ- forcing the play, uala. the White Plalna aggrega- The eecond half brought out the ; tlon pulled out the- victory by eome *>•»< eoccer of the afternoon. The of the flneat and aureat paaawork Mamaroneck toam, fighting dee- eeen In thle vicinity. Manager P* rate ’ y toT the faat flying cup put Cartoon haa undoubtedly formed a U P * r “ >'y flne “ d *° r • ___ ...... . while II aniuaratl that the law-al BULL FIGHTER LEAVES MADRID Sydney Franklin, Brooklyn Man, bj Hurt SHgbdy By Ball and Ac-i While Plalna: Morrta lined to Arena. Fuchs drove through abort grounded out. Roberta to Metola. Quirk ’ ■ long alogle aent Fueha home, but he waa caught out try ­ ing to atretch hto hit to a double. One run. two hits, no errora. Mount Vernon: Murlallo tingled but waa caught out by Elltoon'a fine throw In an attempted eteal. Caloraaao rolled\ out, Fuchs to Mor ­ rta Metola waa retired In the eame .manner. No rune, one hit, no er- Ltobon. Portugal. Aug. 12 (UP) — ! Sydney Franklin, Brooklyn. N. T, I bull-fighter, who has captivated a large portion of the Bpanlah sports | public, departed for Madrid today ; with a slight limp aa the result of I falling to avoid the boms of a bull ! he engaged In the arena here yes ­ terday. Franklin told the United Press I hie condition waa entirely eattofac- ; tory but that because of the limp ' be would be unable to fulfill an en ­ gagement next Thursday. The Lisbon Crowd gave Franklin generous applause In bla appear - The lineups: White Plalna Boooer Club Goalie — - Knui fatoysGames, Right Half Back wards winning the championship of the Southern New York Football Association. Play Even Half During the first half the play was even aa each eleven managed to shoot one goal. To start the gams White Plains aent the ball far Into enemy territory where It waa kept almost constantly but out of the range of the goal by the flne guarding of the goalie, Wines. Ma ­ maroneck Inade a spurt up the field near the end of the first quarter NATIONAL LEAGUE Cin ci nnati at New York (3:18). Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (3:30). St Louis at Philadelphia. Chicago- at Boston. • INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester at Newark. Toronto at Jersey City. Buffalo at Baltimore. Montreal at Reading. By DICK DORGAN DIVOT*DIGGERS — The Immovable Object THAT WA.9 SOME CADOX THEY GAVE ME YDDAV . Legion Juniors Defeat Mount Vernon In White Plains A. A. Beaten By Strong N. V. A. Outfit l />te Fir»t Sunday Game Played at Recreation Park; Large Crowd Witnesses Contest. SKINNY TEAM LOSES TO FAT MEN AT BURKE STUMPED AT LAST By GUS EDSON ^JlHE Sunday baseball season was inaugurated in White I Legion Men Amos* — Plains yesterday when the White Plains A. A. played the leira of the'National Vaudeville Artists on Recreation field. The local team was defeated in a finely played 1 game by the score of 3 to 1. The game was lost on errors^ \Carl ” Boies, the White Plains star twirltfr. held the N. V.-A.'s down to four hits, hitless until the seventh. j The contest was witnessed by about 2,000 people, prov ­ ing beyond dispute that Sunday baseball is wanted and will be supported. The gam* yeater waa Many Runs in Second Game of Series on Rain Soaked Diamond. The fat men of the American ' Legion defeated the skinny men of the American Legion. In ball at ‘ the Burke Field Saturday. After th* aklnny men tied the acore In the Brat Inning the game waa nev ­ er In doubt aa the fat men went to work and It waa just a queaUon of how many runa they could acore before they got tired. The acore waa 27 to 17. — -Monoteck singled to Jerry Ricaud. Sid Bare and Toby. : Hach filed out to Brlantr; : * mBC ked the ball all over the lot Keegon fanned and Roller waa out, Fletcher Bruah « tarred In the field olea to Sullivan. i for the fat men and In the third White Plalna Brlante struck . lnnlnK mB de a beautiful one-hand- Th. tmwHn, w «• whttrta, ” «> iH “ *1 °> * «'• “ »■\> b-hlnd th. plate wm, ot th. beat- ^5? j 1 j£t ' md B “ ” P ‘ ,ch - d lh - ftf * t * !I la™,., HlWert. el lh. V. V- A- “ »'\«• “ d > “ »«> ■ “ > team, stated after the game that puina In- hto twelve years. experience In AB R H PO managing baseball teame he had Horlon 3b ______ 3 0 11 never seen such good judgment aa Uar inaro. 2 b ____ 4 0 10 that displayed by Umpire While- . r — ...n. „ _____ 4 0 0 2 aide. Brlante, If _______ 4 0 14 Manager Hllfert had a talk with j g u nivan. lb ______ 4 0 3 10 Manager ' ’ Jimmy\ Warren of the I Enoch c ________ 4 0 18 White Plalna club and arranged to j Campbell, cf _____ 4 111 play at White Plalna again on Sun- [ p) etran i, rf _____ 3 0 0 0 day. August 28. when the locale p _____ 2 0 0 1 hope to turn the tables. j _________ _ The game for next Sunday will Total _ 31 1 g 27 be announced In The Press soon. It y y. Artlaia will be a star attraction. I AB R H PO First Inning cl - — — - ----- 3 1 0 8 . A. — Day lifted a foul By to I ® ® * ‘ \ I charlle horse but this did \not atop , walked but 3b --- ------- « ? ? ? * ° him from tftchlng th. last Inning ; Cy Howe struck out three times at Local Team Is Outhit But 1 Losers Lac k Win ning Punch j Only One Run Made in Ten Hits as Team Backs Up Conte; Goss Scores Winning Run. T HE Junior American Legion ball team made the moat \ of ita opportunity on Saturday afternoon when it Hi- « vaded the lair of the Mount Vernon Junior* and-came home on the long end of a 8-2 score. The local team was outhit and came from behind to win the ball game. Despite six walks, which under ordi ­ nary circumstances should have been enough to ruin the hopes of any ball pitcher, Conte pitched a remarkable ball game compensating for the walks with eight strike ­ outs and cooly drawing himself out of many tight situa ­ tions. Mount Vernon connected for eleven hits, one ot^_ which was a home run hit by N. Carbone during the second inning. That made one run on ten hits, and one run on ten hits is mighty close baseball. The game was a seesaw­ ing thriller from start to finish and is an admirable ex ­ ample of the function of junior baseball. To escape from some of the precarious situations was a task testing to any player. The winning run waa brought* ---------------------------------------- home for the local team during the ninth Inning aa Hayden Ooee hit a Umely double and Vic Conte won hto own ball game by a tingle which eent Ooee home with what proved to be the winning run. Dur ­ ing the laat half of the ninth Mur- rillo acored and Metola got as far aa third with the tying tally. Metolla and N. Carbone atarred with the bat for Mount Vernon with three safe hlta apiece, while Qtilrk. Fueha and Olovannl of the local nine connected safely on Ywo occasions. Oregea pitched flne bed! for Mount Vernon with great con ­ trol and a sharp breaking curve. The failure of hto teammates to cluster their hlta coat him the game. The game In detail: First Inning \White Plains: ^ulfk struck out Giovanni rolled out via Metola to 'Greges to Arena. De Pice ended the Inning In abort order by grounding out, Roberts to Metola. 5H HKT TTEADV \ 3TATI0 \ \

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