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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, September 09, 1929, Image 10

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but finally th« Inning came to Giovanni. ■ Depict, cf Most Proa to Play Hagen la scheduled to play bla two rounds with Johnny Farrell, former open champion, and Tom Harmon of Montclair. The held contains practically all of the lead ­ ing professionals, but there are sev ­ eral who have decided to forego a chance to qualify because of the 3.000 mile trip to the Coast. Gene Saraaen, Joe Turn sea. Jim Barnes. Willie Macfarlane. WIHy Cox. Bobby Crulckahank. John GoV- court A FACT if more powerful than twenty tent' Two puffs tell more of a cigarette'a uau then ■ny two-hour speech. Taste must speak forttself ...and Chesterfield 1 a refreshing, spicy flavor, its characteristic fra ­ grance, do just that. Making Chesterfields, making them right, ma kin g you like them, requires only this : “ TASTE above evert A m comic relief which might have resulted In a broken up ball game, Umpire Whitesides and Lohman, the Park Hill pitcher, got In an altercation and the rest of the team Joined in. He was the only pitcher ed out of the game It looked like the end of ,th* conteet. However, the argume^-wae smoothed over and the game went on. - In the first Inning for the Park H1U team. Rubeo hit out Bo I re to Sullivan. Revelleaa went out. third ' base to 8ullivan at flret. Vece fol-1 lowed by etrlklng out. Horton alngled for White Plains. Marlnaro j laid down a nice sacrifice bunt:. Brlante waa out. third to first, then Caeearella walked and stole second. Teclaw was put out at first to end the Inning. It waa three In a row for Yonk- r.'s In the second. Gilbert!. Do Marsh and Matteo all struck out. Sullivan made first on an error by the second baseman on a fast hit O'Rourke struck out and Enoch proved nothing by doing the same. Boles sent'a long hit to center field i but one of the four players who cluttered under It gathered It In Cassarella tapped one over sec ­ ond but was put ovt at second as Teclaw hit to short Stop who threw to gel Cassarella. Sullivan hit |o third base and Brlante stormed home. Th^ player with the ball did not throw for Tony was right ip line with the catcher. O'Rourke ■truck out and Enoch filed to second. cmbertl and De Marsh were caught In a double play lr the next Inning as the latter hit to Caasa- rella who threw to Marlnaro who relayed It to first De'Matteo hit to short for the third out. For White Plains Boles hit to right field and ■cored as Marlnaro sacrificed. Hor ­ ton went out and Brlante struck ed Whltepldcs a question and he misinterpreted It as a kick. He or ­ dered him out of the game, but after a debate ha stayed. De Marsh and Vece struck out In the seventh for Park Hill. Lohmao hit and so did J. Revellese. Rubeo filed out to retire the side. For White Plains Cassarella got by on uflhcr by third base and Teclaw by another. Sullivan struck out then O'Rourke hit over second scor ­ ing two runs. Enoch and Boles Yonkers scored Its only four runs In the eighth. With two out Vece w to Sullivan at first ir.missed the throw. T! fed leaving two on. Di had gotten on by raaac r and Vsee. t ehww 1 9200 THE DAILY PBESS, WHITE PLAINS. N. Y.. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9.1929 ite Plains A*Ae Defeat Yonkers Baseball Champions MANY PROSJN PRELIMINARY GUS UHLMANN gion Team Wins Tight Contest From Yonkers 6-5 NOT SO LIVELY! Goes Eleven Innings Until Hit By Mor- Ends Battle As Barbano Scores. P.G.A. MATCHES B White Plains Legion Post won a real baseball battle Scorn the Yonkers Post, No. 7, Saturday at Yonkera, alter two extra innings were played to break a dead- yfltfch had existed since the seventh inning. At the #£ the contest Morris finally broke up the game by iff to center field and scoring Fabono. The score B to five. The local team got an early lead in the i by knocking out one run in the second and four in iird. Snyder started the ruckus by hitting to center Qualifying Round Will Be Played at Knoll wood To ­ morrow; Most Pro* En ­ tered; Hagen Must Play. Some eighty-two- golf professionals who are thinking about a trip to California In December are to com ­ pete ’ tomorrow In the metropolitan district's qualifying round for the national P. G. A. championship. The sectional test. thirty-nix boles of medal play, will ’ be held over the Knoll wood-Country Club links at Elmaford. Tfie first eleven players will automatically qualify and barr ­ ing withdrawals should be on their way In November for Santa Bar ­ bara. where the championship wWl be held. Ona of the Interesting phases Is the fact that Walter Hagen will have to qualify. In this champion ­ ship It Is rather a novel experience for him — the defending champion does not have, to qualify — and Hagsn. until ht was beaten last year at Baltimore, had held the title for the previous four years. Then both pitchers tightened up and for three Innings not a run was scored. Finally after Yonkers come op In the Uth and not tallied, the locals went to bet Oofs'struck out and Ellison eras put out at first. However Barbano managed to get COUPLE- <kOO& BATING AVERAGES <0 V BASEBALL SIDELIGHTS Young Walter Koaal^luat I metropolitan P. G. A. chi will not be among the competitors. Leo DlegeL wno won the P. G. A. Yesterday's hero: Babe Ruth, who crossed-the plate with the winning run after hitting his tfniT home run of the season In the New i York-Detrolt game. Encouraged hy I the blow. New York went on to j pile up a 9 to 3 margin of ilctory over the Tigers. The Chicago Cube lost a free- hitting contest to Barton, at Chi ­ cago. 13 to 11. despite a sixth In ­ ning rally that netted the losers seven runs. Guy Bush, who start ­ ed for the.Cuba, was routed In the second Inning. .Carlson, who re ­ placed him. lasted five Innlngi and was charged with the defeat. Cven- groe finished the game. the Fenlmore Country Club el White Plains .by virtue of his statue as defending champion, naturally will not be In tomorrow* field. These Local u. S. Tire Dealers Oiler Two Specials For 10 Days Only 29x4.50 Regular Heavy Duty 57.25 S9«95 50x4-50 / Regular 57.05 Heavy Duty 510.50 ASTE a cigaret in All Other Tire* Priced Remarkably Low. We Have Rims For Any Size Tire. DON ’ T MISS THESE VALUES MU>...*nd yet TXT SATISFY DEPOT PLAZA GARAGE, Inc. 5 Martin* Avenue B. & M. GARAGE 163 Central Avenue Westchester Auto Repair Shop, Inc. 41 Westchester Avenue L. NAPOUTANO Martin* Avenue and Grave Street Winners Start Hitting Late B ut Come Through Score Is 8 to 4; Visitors Score All Four Runs in Eighth After Locals Pile Up Big Lead. A FTER a delayed start caused py a Park Hill player refusing to play until he had found his stockings, and 1 after three scoreless innings, the White Plains A. A. sud ­ denly came to bft and pounded out a victory over the visitors, champions of Yonkers, at the Recreation Park yesterday afternoon, by-the score of 8 to 4. Boies pitched •for the local team and went well until the eighth inning when he let down, and at the same time, his team did the same. As a result the visitors managed to score four runs after two were out That was the extent of their * ~ ----- flurry however and caused little concern among Jimmy Warren ’ s crew for they have already brought home eight runs and were capable of\nr educing several more if the need-fro**. The game was well'' played throughout with eeveral sensational players relieving the game of mediocrity. In the fifth Revellese of Yonkers to hit a low fly to left field and Brlante came It last try ­ ing to prevent a hit He dove for the ball and for a moment It look- id as If he 'tad It but It rolled past The same Inning Brlante threw wild trying to cut Vece off at the Plata Enoch caught the ball and dove at him as he passed. Hie hand lust managed to tag th: runner. Those two plays and a double play In th* sixth livened the game a bit Caasarella made a neat stop In the ninth. clean lwo-bugger to left acid. Mari- naro hit to third who Juggled it and pegged to first Just to late. Brlante hit through first base and two rune came In with Tony taking second. Cassarella hit to center field and sent Brlante to third. Teclaw tried bard and socked two fouls out but finally was retired. Then Sullivan hit a mean one through the pitcher and Brlante scored. O ’ Rourke end ­ ed the half by flying out to loft field. The Park Hill team were it!I scoreless in th* fourth. Gilbert! hit to third and was put oyt at first. H. De Marsh filed to third base. D* Matteo struck out. One more run ca- e In during the fourth for White Plains*- After Enoch was put out at first and Boles hpd struck out. Horton hit to third and got to first on an error. Then Marlnaro flipped one ta cen ­ ter flelcT and Horton got home. { Right after that Marlnaro waa caught stealing second. Yonkers threatened In {he fifth. Vece hit through Boles. Lohmsn filed out to right field. Revellese hit to left field and Brlante dove for It but missed. Vece took thirty Rubeo hit along the Gird base Ufie and V*6e waa caught going home. That prevented one run and a fine play by Enoch stopped another. J. Vece hit to Brtantir who Grew It home- The ball went wild by Enoch who got It and dove with arm outstretched toward <he run- I ner. He Just did get him. ruy J. Vece filed out In Ge Gird for the visitors. Lehman eras purposely . walked and took second. Rubeo : struck out, missing a slow under ­ hand delivery by a wide margin. Revellese h|t to left field but was left Gere as Vece filed to right One Big Inning Then came Ge big Inning for White Plains. Horton started by hitting again. This time It was a FIREMENWET POLICEHOPES Deluge Rivals With Hit* and Runs to Win Second Game From Public Safety Team. The Be arid ale Firemen won Its Ge Public Safety cloe yesterday at Ge High School field. The oina-tai _____ ___ ___ ... B waa ahead up to Ge «tghG Inning when th* Volunteers scored three runs and polled ahead to stay Gere. Bob Irish pitched for Ge Flre- ten and R. Peterson for Gs oGer team. Th# game was th* a series to dsclds G* champion ­ ship of Bcarsdale and seas G* sec ­ ond time Ge firemen have drown ­ ed Ge rot hot Public Safety team under a deluge of hits and juns. HIGH SCHOOL TEAM DRILLS Football Squad Has WorW Fri ­ day an ! Saturday as Coacb Wat-1 ten Watcbcs Progress. On both Friday afternoon and Saturday morning tbs football charges of Coach Wellies of Ga High Bchool were out at G* Burks Foundation field add drilling hard -'ill Warner * ------ - “ * -■57 ---- K ------ r th* Haahaa s _g to haar the ferent eleven* counting 1-3+4 — it to imitate the rfnsmoii* 9200

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