Pampa Morning Post (Pampa, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 219, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 2, 1931 Page: 2 of 4

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aoove yw.i day's finish, corn mixed, j
1 cent down on September, and un-
changed to 1-4 up on oef?rrea :
mcnths. cats l-g to 1-2 higher. and j
provisions unchanged to 15 cents ; YOUNG TEXAN'S
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IN 4TH PLAGE
IMPRESSIVE

, i ,i —1 aEVERLY COUNTRY CLUB.
With prices again tending down-' CHICAGO, Sept. 1. UPi—Three new-
couon market was far' comers to such, ratified golfing at-
Bl'.HOB OFFSETS PKIC L
NKW ORLEANS, Sept
ward the — ....
from active today. Liverpool cables mcsphere
were v.orse than due, probab'v re-
flecting unfavorable political
petition abroad, and weather over-
night was favorable. These inflii-
weathersd the' golfing
storms cf Beverly today to wind up
In a throe-cornered tie for the qual-
ifying medal of the United States resides, Jfi
6-3.
BROOKUME. Man.. Sept. ]. ,a-,
The fctorm-tocsed national doubles
tennl* tournament, five days ov_>r-
r P«T'T!due' todaV was tfeered Into iu
1Cy | championship berth by an experi-
! enced crew, including last ypar's
:-unner up;
JohnnjJ/an Ryn ahd Wilmcr Al-
lison, defeated in last year's final
by Johdny Doag and George M.
Lott, hid an easy time reaching
port. To#y overwhelmed Clifford
Sutter. Mew Orleans, and Bruce
Barnes, Austin, Texas, where Allison
straight sets 8-4, 6-0.
amateur championship.
.. . . They ranged from the lightweight
'1j ^n^nf h u-in' w the super-heavyweight claw as
hedge *1''^ fQri!^ ,1 135-pound Johnny Lehman. Chicago,
i a * i ex-western champion, staged a
pemti. ; bristling comeback to tie the giant
I The market rallied sliarply dunng, Los Angeles youth, Charlev Soever.
) the afternoon on a Texas_rumor of and- 268 pound Arthur < Ducky
WKb the Might >c«t of skjrscraoer* towering Ca the tarkgrcand.
OO-X—U tkm is tht* • triking pietarc aa H fettled down cn the
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■MSthr before at
fart bales giving M reaeasMaace of
stages after eraadng the Atlaatie to
York was the
the imraenre
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of a irplanes—Germany's
of New York Harbor. U was
. the flight began n.-arby ten
iewe ball of the plane, with rows at
had proceeded to New York by leisurely
j a pi-ooable extra session, gaining 21
to 23 points from the lows but re-
acted 5 to 6 points ax the end on
realizing. The market closed steady
net 2 points down to 1 up.
NEW YORK Cl'RB STOCKS
'HPAW JItt MOONEY
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FOR GIANTS
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1. </* — Jim
southpaw pitcher,
victory and sec
Of his brief major
ier today as he hurled the
OflfiMs to a 4 to o victory
raves. It was the
tttltihph for the
Mf eumMI series.
CaMtwetl. who want the route
Brarsa, allowed only seven
three error* helped in his
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WICHITA FALLS, Sept. 1. if) —
Bob Cconey. pitching his Ust game
for the Spudders. annexed his 17th
victory of the season today as Wich-
ita Falls took a 19 to 11 swatfeet
from the San Antonio Indians.
Buck Stanton, also playing his last
game for the Spudders, hit too dou-
bles to ran his total to M. Stanton
and Oooney are to join the St. Louis
Browns shortly.
SAN ANTONIO- AB R H O
Plsskamper, a ... I o 0 l
Narh, If 9 3 3 1
SteMtns, lb 9 o l ll
Wade, ef 4 19 3
Higgins. 3b 9 12 1
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Hamilton, 3b-as 4 3 3 1
Fileisuti. rf 9 2 4 1
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I matters drift, probably in the be-
i lief that little or no trend could be
expected to (how itself until the la-
j bor day hOSday.
j The farther reduction in the
Reichtbank's discount rate indicated
that Oermany is making satisfactory
progress through her period of fin-
ancial convalescence The rate Is
now 9 per 'cent, which is well abeve
those of NMr principal European
central banks; however, the reduc-
tions from the emergency peak mean
that a largo measure of confidence
has bean rvotored. Further light on
the Oermsm position will be avail-
able when the Berlin Boerse reopens
later this week a.'ter two months of
idlerifess.
WHEAT FIRMER '
CHICAGO. Sept. 1. ..-Pi — Wheat
was a little firmer today, despite the
fact the rallies were hard to hold
and the price range narrow. Trade
waif generally in active. Unexpect-
edly small deliveries cn September
contracts, only 50,000 bushels, were
a bullish influence. Foreign news
was about a standoff. th re being an
extremely slow demand for wheat
abroad, but crop new? was more fa-
Am Marataibo 7 % \
Arn Superpower 3 11 ION 11
Appalftch Gas 95 4'« 3". 37*
Ark Nat Gas 5 4'.
Cities Service 69 10'i 10', 10"i
ElCc B S 59 37:i 38 . 37 ^
Ford Mot Ltd 3 iO',.. 10% 10'6
GuTf Oil Penna l 63
Ind Ter Ilium A 3 9T
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Midwest Util 10 16\ 16r^ 16%
Niag Hudson Pow 10 10' ;;
St. Regis Paper 3 12'- 12
Stand Oil ind 7 26', 26% 26'i
S O FCy 2 20 ^ 20';.
United Founders 63 4% 4%
Uni Let & Pow A 6 19'i 19'i
Yates, Rochester. N. Y.. the largest
qualifier in the history of the na-
tional tournament.
Each finished with totals of 148
lor the two-day 36-hole test, paving
the way for the first two rounds of
match competition tomorrow.
For the second straight year, the
qualifying failures were headed by
the popular Harrison R. (Jimmy)
Jchnston, St. Paul. Johnston, No. 1 „ k, . , . . ^ _
man on this years "seeding" list, Gus Morelahd 20-year-old Texa
finished with 8?-ei—163, six strokes chanyiop, missed a putt of bnrely
The other finalists, Oregory Man-
gin. Newark. N. J„ and Berkeley
Bell, New York, had battle in down-
ing Sidney Wood and Frank X.
Shields. Davis cup staii, 6-3, 4-6,
6-4, 3-8. li-S.
Barntis and Sutter, out of com-
petition since last Thursday, ap-
peared stale against their crack ri-
vals. who indicated early they were
in top form. Barnes' terrific free-
hand was out of control wheti play
started and It later became so wild
his usually accurate service was
broken four times.
The final has been scheduled for
3 p. m.. EST, tomorrow.
away from the border line.
The struggle through the rain and
the hazards for qualifying honors
was close and exciting all day long
as Jack Westland, Chicago, the first
day's pace-setter at 72, barely
squeezed into the list, soaring to an
84 today>and a total of 156.
Lehman's 70. cne under per and
the best round of the tournament,
i put him oi!t in front with 148.
two feet on the 17th and then put
his second into a trap on the 18th,
finishing 4-6. two over par. Hts 36-
hole tally of 73-76—149, put the
youthful Texan, in his national
tournament debut, in fourth place,
tied with Samuel ik. Parks, Jr.,
Pittsburgh, who posted a consistent
75-74-149.
These five performers were the
only ones to break 159 for the medal
test.
W. FALLS—
Bloxsom, ss
Butler, 3b
Cooney, p
Totals 40 19 19 97 11
x—Batted for Muelder in ninth.
San Antonio 000 090 IM—ll
Wichita Palls 394 940 00X—15
To-base hite. Sutler,
Stanton 3, Frierson. Home runs,
Blossom, Hamilton 3, Nash, VHer-
ton. stolen bases, Badgro. Sacri-
fices. Hung ling. Runs and kit*, off
Carson 9 and 11 in 9 (none out In
4th). struck out, by Muelder 3,
Cooney 6. Bases on bolls, off Mueld-
er 4, Oooney 2. Botemen hit, by
Cooney (Wade). Losing pitcher,
Carstm. Duuble plays, P!a*kah>pcr
to Hamilton to t
to Najo to stebblns, Bleaeom to
Allday to Stanton. Left flit bases,
San Antonio 6, Wichita Wis 0.
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hits, Pulllf, Jackson,
Sheely. Thne-basc hit, Ott
l*ft on base*, New York 7, Boston
•• *-Mflce. Allrtv Base on balls,
off Mooney 9, off OantwMl 9. Struck
out, by Mooney
l. Double plays,
Marshall to Tfcrry 3.
Jacason to Mamhail to T
kbarshall to Jackson 4o Terry
nniniMi
m m MBias
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of Amsr-
bowed be-
England's No.
„ 7-8, hi the open-
J* the three-day Interna
Two new men were In
yesterday and went through scrim-
mage With the Harvbster squad,
pick Sulllns, local boy who triad out
Sttr a place en the team two years
A and Henry Will PullUiMim, last
ar with Panhandle, were the new
additions to the gt*«h and gold.
Une Ooaeh A . M . Pox pot the
tough practice yes-
t«okjr afternoon in the absence of
OoachOdua Mitchell, who attended
a nUMfttl in ohhyon. The oOach drill
be on hand thU afternoon to give
the boys seme more pointers on the
CATTLE SA1BS
KANSAS CITY, Sept.1. <ff> —
Cattle trade around the
ket circuit found 97JOO
compared with 4b.4ff MM Tubaday
Strictly good ana cbolee fed Otoers
ahd yearlings sold at
but others were Weak to
Stackers and feeders wore >bw to be
cHspored of and vahies wHrb rated
as steady to weak. Moot itfw' "
ment steers ranged from 0019 to
0C25 With a few MSi9 Of
heavy feeders
00.90*725
Aggregate arrivals Of
posted at 62,000
week ago. Trade w«e i
even with offering
lbs snd down having 10 S
ettsdy to 15 lower tWOM WhS01
uniform) ier weights were Steady to 90
at most centers.
Lamb values <
wsrd trend snd
unevenly 16-36 aith
lower. Mature
for the limited
bringing 92 and
lambs made up the
fcbme# football.
boys will efiiimiiogi Friday
t is expseted that
♦mhave a ehaaee to see what
pwbably be the Hrst string
e«ler eleven in action. Injuries
to regulars are fast healing and it
U probable that all of^heS wlH be
n Joe Kahrs MMe finger
fast sad he amy be
in VrMiyis
in the
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majority st 15 36*«0.79. YaH
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