1932 Tournaments / Exhibitions     


(May 24)  Oliver Empire Day Tournament 

Blanked for seven innings, Oroville plated two in the 8th and another two in the ninth to shade Penticton 4 to 2 to win top money at the Oliver Empire Day Tournament.  In the 8th, Jim Kernan's drive down the first base line drove in Doc Baines, who had walked, to tie the game at 1-1.  Singles by Ike Ramsay and Andy LeMay brought Kernan home with Oroville's second run. In the ninth Sanborn singled in Troutman and scored himself on an outfield error. Penticton came back with one in the bottom of the ninth with Chuck Blacklock driving in Bob Phinney but it was not enough. Kernan fired a three-hitter for the pitching win while Alymer Cousins yielded five hits and free walks in fanning 11 to take the loss.

Kernan (W) and LeMay
Cousins (L) and Baker

Oroville had reached the final with a 2-1 win over Oliver as Jim Kernan pitched a five-hitter to best McLain who yielded just four hits in a losing cause. Oroville got on the scoreboard in the second inning when Ike Ramsay reached on an error and came home on Andy LeMay's single. Oliver knotted the count in the third when Rossiter singled, advanced on another one-bagger and scored on an error. The winning run came in the sixth inning when Doc Baines singled, stole second and came around to score on an another error.

McLain (L) and McNeill
Kernan (W) and LeMay

Penticton had crushed Summerland 13-0 combining a 10-hit attack with eight Summerland errors. Alymer Cousins, who pitched a three-hit shutout and fanned 13 in the seven inning contest, also led the hitters with three safeties and three runs. George Broderick smacked the only homer.

Cousins (W) and Baker
Ritchie (L) , Gould (3), Gaspardone (7) and Johnson

(June 3)   Summerland Experimental Station Tournament 

In a thrilling finish to the Summerland Tournament, Penticton, winners of the May 24th Oliver tourney, nudged by Oliver 6 to 5 in 11 innings to take top prize. Clair Baker's mighty clout to centre field scored Graham Kincaid, who had singled, with the winning marker. Trailing 5-1, Penticton got back into the game in the 8th combining one hit, a hit batsman, a walk, two stolen bases and three errors for three runs. They tied it in the bottom of the ninth as Baker singled, stole second and scooted home on Gordon Cramer's pinch-hit wallop down the third base line. In eight relief innings, Alymer Cousins gave up seven hits and one tally while fanning six to pick up the win. McLain allowed just nine hits in going the distance for Oliver but was hurt by five Oliver errors. He walked two and fanned 11.

Armstrong, Cousins (W) (4) and Baker
McLain (L) and Lawrence

In opening round games, Penticton walloped Oroville 12 to 5. Alymer Cousins was the winner with a three-hitter backed by a three-hit day from left fielder Casey Phipps. Andy LeMay, who had two of the three hits for the losers, clouted a three-run double for the Americans.

Cousins and Baker
Gjerde (L), Baines and LeMay

Oliver's McLain pitched shutout ball in a 6-0 victory over Summerland. Les Gould yielded just seven hits in taking the loss.

McLain (W) and Lawrence
Gould (L) and Gartrell

(June 15)   With ace Cliff Bogstie firing a shutout, Nacmine Athletics captured top money at the Drumheller Tournament downing Big Valley 3-0. 

(July 1)  Trail Dominion Day Tournament  Trail won its second annual Dominion Day Tournament defeating Fort Wright of Washington 7-5 in the final getting a pair of homers by "Slivers" Decembrini.  A four-run fourth inning set Trail on the way to the triumph.  Decembrini's two-run homer was the highlight of the big inning. They added singletons in the 5th, 6th and 7th.  Trail had won a bye to the final after downing Deer Park 8-0 in their first action.

DeMore, Morris (W) (4) and McTeer
Turner, Haroldson (4) and Goldstein

Fort Wright beat Colville 9-4 in semi-final action riding a five-run fourth inning to the victory.  Lawrence's bases-loaded double and a two-run single by Oscar Haroldson were the decisive blows of the uprising. 

xxx (W) and Goldstein
Sanders (L) and xxx

Trail blanked Deer Park 8-0 as DeMore and Morris combined on a three-hit shutout. A two-run double by Ross in the first inning was the winning blow. 

Routson (L), Long (3), Nobel and xxx
DeMore (W), Morris (5) and

Fort Wright clobbered Coeur D'Alene 14 to 5 putting the game away with an eight-run uprising in the fifth inning.

Almquist and xxx
Haroldson (W) and xxx

Colville defeated Nelson 6-2 in the opening game of the tourney. The Americans took the lead in the second inning when Exley drew a walk and Hurst knocked him home. Exley started it again in the fourth, reaching with a single. Hurst was safe on a fielder's choice and Smith followed with a safety to plate the second run and another followed on an infield grounder.  Colville made it 6-0 in the sixth as Bey hit a pair of batters and walked another. Two errors and two hits resulted in three more runs. 

xxx and xxx
Bey and xxx

(July 1)  Boston Bar Dominion Day Tournament  Hope scored five times in the ninth inning then held off a North Bend rally in the bottom of the final frame to take top prize in the Boston Bar Tournament with a 12 to 9 victory. Hope had a 7-5 lead after eight innings and extended that with their five markers in the ninth. But, North Bend came through with four in their final at bat to make it close. Catcher Cottrell led a 14-hit attack for the winners with three safeties. Steve Haines had three for North Bend. Wilkie, Stewart, Scott and Gardiner each had two hits for Hope. T.Smith knocked out a double and single for the losers, scored three times and stole two bases.

Wilkie (W) and Cottrell
Hay (L) and Bachuk

North Bend reached the final by hammering Spences Bridge 16 to 2.  Steve Haines helped lead the offense with a double and two singles, four runs scored and a pair fo stolen bases. Bachuk had three hits and three runs and J. Richmond added three safeties. McLeod held the losers to four hits in going the distance.  Olson, the losing hurler, belted the game's only homer.

Olson (L) and Martinson
McLeod (W) and Day

Hope blew a 4-0 lead, giving up four runs in the seventh and final inning before rallying with a run in the bottom of the seventh for a 5-4 triumph over Boston Bar in the tournament's opening game.  With two out, Hope was handed the victory as Boston Bar made three errors before Stewart, who had three hits, knocked in the winning run.  Wilkie allowed just four hits and whiffed 16 in a route-going performance for the pitching win. Scott yielded but six hits and fanned 14 in taking the loss. Wilkie gave up the game's only base on balls.

Scott (L) and Firkins
Wilkie (W) and Cottrell

(July 1)   Brandon Dominion Day Tournament    Avery Harrison's Brandon Hotel nine captured the Dominion Day Tournament, sponsored by the Native Sons of Canada, Friday outlasting a field of seven entries to take top money of $100. Deloraine, beaten in the final 10-4, picked up $50. 

In a see-saw battle, Brandon Hotel scored three runs in the seventh and final inning to edge Beresford 11-10. Beresford had come from behind to take the lead with six runs in the top of the seventh.

Hill (L) and Nicol
I.McKay and A.McKay

A six-run fifth frame carried Fairfax to a 10-5 win over Coulterville.

Lee (W) and H.Duncan
Cameron (L) and Waiser

Deloraine fell behind 6-3 but rallied with four runs in the bottom of the final frame to sneak by Nesbitt 7-6.

R.Minary (L) and C.Corey
C.Whitlaw (W) and R.Perry

The late inning outbursts continued as Brandon and Margaret faced off. Brandon scored five times in the final inning to provide insurance in an 8-2 victory.

Corey (W) and Crane
Dunlop (L) and W.Dunn

Deloraine notched five runs in the last two innings to down Fairfax 12-8 to advance to the final.  The winners pounded out a tournament high, 16 hits.

W.Dobson, Holsey, H.Code and H.Duncan
B.Perry, C.Whitlaw and R.Perry

Brandon hasd an easy time in the final notching a 10-4 triumph, helped by six Deloraine errors. A four-run outburst in the second inning put Brandon on the road to the victory.

C.Corey (W) and A.McKay
R.Perry, J.Whitlaw and Brooks

(July 1)  Drumheller Dominion Day Tournament

Nacmine Athletics scored two in the final frame to nip Smith Motors of Calgary 5-3 to take top money at the Drumheller Dominion Day Tournament. Cliff Bogstie, who had a shutout until the 8th inning, won his own game in the 9th when he drove in Jack Clappison and Johnny Thompson to break a 3-3 tie.

Bogstie (W) and McLaughlin
Sutton and R.Merkley

The Athletics reached the final by downing Rowley 6-4, halting a Rowley rally in the ninth inning. Ivor Aune had scored on Sandberg's hit and Moody followed with a triple to plate Sandberg.  Paul Nelson went the route for the pitching win.

Nelson (W) and Wiggins
W.Hackler (L) and Bremmer

In the morning game, Rowley staged a ninth inning rally to top Newcastle. Newcastle was up by four runs when Norman Langford, pitching for the first time in over two years, gave out in the eighth and was relieved by D.Hawkins but not before Rowley had piled up enough for the win.

Langford, D.Hawkins and Raisbeck
A.Aune and Bremmer

(July 1)  The Southern League's Milestone Sioux defeated the Weyburn Beavers in the final of the Milestone Elks tournament. The final game was called after 8 innings because of darkness. The Weyburn baseballers had just come off a 17-inning marathon which they won 2 to 1. 

(July 4)   Oliver Tournament 

In a thrilling finish to the Fourth of July Tournament at Oliver, Omak scored in the bottom of the ninth to capture top money with a 1-0 victory over Penticton in the final.  Southpaw Spurgeon kept Penticton off the scoreboard in a dandy pitchers' duel against McLain hurling for Penticton.

McLain (L) and Lawrence
Spurgeon (W) and xxx

Penticton had reached the championship game by downing Oliver 9-6.

Hammond, S.Broderick (4) and xxx
McLain (L) and Lawrence

Omak had no trouble in eliminating Brewster by  12-3 count. Penticton's Sherman Broderick, with last out help from Lefty Hammond, blanked Summerland 1-0. 

(July 15)  The first United States baseball team to visit Regina in two years, the Culbertson, Montana club played a four game series with the Regina Nationals at Floodlight Park during the week. Approximately 2,000 Regina and district fans turned out to see the first 2 encounters in which the locals turned back the champions of the Roosevelt League, a Montana circuit, by a close 4 to 1 count in the curtain raiser and then go on to chalk up a 15 to 2 victory in the "midnight matinee." Hec McLeod and Chuck Elwood, a pickup from the Regina Wood Hardware team, were the winning tossers.

(July 16)  The Culbertson, Montana baseballers were sent home without the bacon as the Regina Nationals scored another pair of exhibition victories by 14 to 0 and 12 to 11 margins. The twin-bill, played this time at the Exhibition Grounds, saw Regina hurlers Andy Young, on loan from Wood Hardware, and Bill Rodgers register the pitching wins. Murray Armstrong and Joe Haberman hit home runs for the Nats in the opener while Bryan Forster connected for a round-tripper in the late game.

(July 20) The Milestone Sioux earned a 7 to 4 decision over the Weyburn Beavers in a hurriedly-arranged game when it was learned that the Regina Wood Hardware baseballers would not be able to field a team for their regularly scheduled Southern League game in Milestone. Wylie Lafoy of the Sioux picked up the pitching win.

(July 23)  The Regina Nationals picked up an 8 to 7 victory over the Estevan Miners, leaders in the Border League, in the first game of an exhibition doubleheader. In the second encounter, the Nats scored three runs in the last half of the tenth inning with two men retired to force a 13 - 13 tie with the visitors. The twin-bill event attracted over 2,000 spectators. 

(July 25-30)   Saskatoon Exhibition Tournament    

(July 25)  Lanigan, Hanley and Asquith notched victories in opening day play at the Saskatoon Exhibition Tournament.  Hanley advanced when Kuroki defaulted the afternoon game. They did play an exhibition match against Delisle.

In the first game of the tourney, Lanigan spotted Delisle three runs in the top of the first inning then belted out 18 hits and blanked Delisle the rest of the way to win 13-3. Everyone in the Lanigan lineup had at least one hit with third sacker Overton leading with four and Heard with three, one of them a home run.  A."Lefty" Gunther and Oddie Lowe combined to give up ten hits to Delisle.

Coles (L), Bezonski (7) and Robinson
A.Gunther, Lowe (W) (1) and W.Gunther

In an exhibition game, Hanley scored in the 9th inning to edge Delisle 5-4. With a four-run 4th inning Delisle had taken a 4-1 lead but Hanley fought back with a pair in the 5th and Dinty Moore's homer in the 8th to tie, 4-4. Gilbright's double following by Reid's singled brought in the winner in the final frame.

Mather (W) and Sibbald
Bezonski (L) and Robinson

Lefty Wilkie and Smith, both well known to Saskatoon baseball fans, staged a terrific pitching duel in the last game of the day.  Errors were responsible for all the runs as Asquith nipped Allan 2-1. An outfield miscue gave Allan its only counter in the fourth inning and two infield errors provided Asquith with their two runs in the fifth. Smith allowed just four hits, struck out nine and walked two. Wilkie gave up six hits, fanned 12 and walked none.

Wilkie (L) and A.Andreen
Smith (W) and Johnson

(July 26)  Wakaw, Meadow Lake and Radisson were the winners in day two of the annual Saskatoon Exhibition Tournament. 

Held scoreless for three innings, Radisson scored five in the fourth inning and six in the fifth en route to trouncing Golden Hill-Viscount 18-3.  Second sacker Jones led the assault with five hits in five trips while Inkster and Hollenbeck bashed homers.  Inkster pitched a five-hitter and rang up 14 strikeouts with no walks.

Graham (L), Molnar (4) and Dick
Inkster (W) and Chevalier

Meadow Lake used an 18-hit attack to whip Aberdeen 13-8.  R.Bernard led the way with four hits and winning pitcher Arnold had three.  Arnold compiled 12 strikeouts in pitching an eight-hitter for the win.  One of the highlights for the winners was the work of catcher Cavanaugh who threw out five base runners trying to pilfer sacks.

Arnold (W) and Cavanaugh
C.Love (L), K.McKay(2) and H.Holman

Wilder's grand-slam homer in the seventh inning, part of a six-run outburst, gave Wakaw  a come-from-behind 10-6 win over Cudworth. Carruthers, who moved from first base to relieve starter Goslin in the third inning, helped his own cause with four hits in five trips. Carruthers and Goslin combined for 16 strikeouts while Yoos had 13 for the losers.

Goslin, Carruthers (W) (3) and Stout
Vandel, Yoos (L) (1) and Reiser  

(July 27)  The morning game saw Lucky Lake edge past Vanscoy 5 to 3. Winning chucker Koch tossed a five-hitter and whiffed 18. Veteran spitball artist Carl Mohr yielded 8 hits in taking the loss. Weiters led Lucky Lake at the dish, blasting a home run and a single. Vanscoy’s Peterson laced three singles in a losing cause.

Mohr (L) and Ed Shawkey
Koch (W) and Fisher

Harris mauled Biggar 18 to 4 in the afternoon encounter, out hitting their opponents 16 to 6.. Winning pitcher Pauls had a hot hand with the hickory as he launched a pair of home runs. Teammate McElroy, the Harris second sacker, had five hits, one of which was a triple.

Pauls (W) and Hills
Doan (L), Furse (4) and Oaks

Bruno took an early 6 – 0 lead and coasted to a 12 to 2 thumping of Jansen in the evening tilt. Outfielder Holmes led Bruno’s 12-hit attack with three singles. Outfielder Joe Hamilton, one of five Hamilton brothers on the Jansen team, bagged all three hits made by his club off winning pitcher Hassen.

Hassen (W) and Hopber
H. Sproule (L), Hamilton (8) and A. Hamilton   

(July 28)  Kenaston upset defending champion Neilburg scoring two runs in the first inning and hanging on for a 2-0 victory.  With two out in the opening frame, Centre fielder Smales singled and came home when Allis drove a triple out to the race track in deep left.  Allis scored when catcher Ron Silver failed to hold on to one of Don Conklin's fast breaking curve balls. Neilburg threatened in the fifth loading the bases with two out but failed to score. Harris, formerly of Ruthilda, fired a four-hitter for the win.  Conklin gave up seven hits and fanned 13. 

Harris (W) and Derdall
Conklin (L) and R.Silver

Hanley blanked Lanigan until the 9th in notching a 4-2 triumph. Hughes went the route for the winners holding Lanigan to five hits. A."Lefty" Gunther gave up seven hits in a losing cause.  Glen had three safeties, one a triple, for Hanley while Gunther led Lanigan with three.

A.Gunther (L) and W.Gunther
Hughes (W) and Sibbald

Radisson scored three in the first inning and coasted to an 11-5 win over Asquith. Lefty Hunchuck tossed a four-hitter with 15 strikeouts for the winners.  All the runs against Hunchuck came as a result of errors. Adamson led a 13-hit attack for Radisson with a double and two singles and scored three times. 

Smith (L), Sweet (7) and Johnson
Hunchuck (W) and Cheveldayoff

(July 29)    Wakaw got a three-hit shutout from Lefty Carruthers to down Meadow Lake 4-0. Mohr and Portis gave up just four hits but seven Meadow Lake errors told the tale. 

Mohr, Portis (6) and Cavanaugh
Carruthers (W) and Stout

Harris scored one in the first and four more in the second and were blanked the rest of the way but still pulled off a 5-1 victory over Lucky Lake. Reg Paull allowed just five scattered hits in pitching the victory and shared the batting honours for his team with W. Gordon, each with two hits. 

Burger (L), Douglas (3) and Fisher
Paull (W) and Hills

Bruno broke up a scoreless tie with three runs in the fourth inning and went on to an easy 8-0 win over Kenaston as Al Flohr fired a five-hitter for the shutout.  Frank Tegenkamp led the Bruno attack with four singles and three runs scored. 

Ebert, Harris (5), Brown (7) and Derdall
Flohr (W) and Hofbauer

(July 30)   Radisson fell behind 6-0 after four innings but rallied with five runs in the 7th to down Harris 9-5 to advance to the tournament final. Hunchuck picked up the win in relief of Inkster.

Paull, Syers (7), Gordon (7) and Hiels
Inkster, Hunchuck (W) (4 ) and Cheveldayoff

Bruno held off a 9th inning rally by Hanley to post a 5-3 victory in spite of being out-hit 12 to 5. Hanley's six errors contributed heavily to the Bruno victory.  Frank Tegenkamp pitched into the 9th for the win.

F.Tegenkamp, Flohr (9) and Hofbauer
Mather (L) and Moore

In semi-final action, Wakaw fell behind 4-0 in the first inning but blanked Bruno the rest of the way while rebounding with seven runs for a 7-4 triumph.  Saunders of Wakaw was the only batter with more than one hit and he had the only one for extra bases, a double. Chuck Loree picked up the win with relief help from Lefty Carruthers.

Loree (W), Carruthers (7) and                                                      
Tegenkamp, Flohr (L), and Hofbauer

Wakaw built an early 6-0 lead and cruised to an 8-6 victory over Radisson in the final of the Saskatoon Exhibition Tournament.  Wakaw captured the championship collecting just five hits to 12 for the losers.  Errors, five by Wakaw and six by Radisson, played a prominent role in the scoring as did Radisson's woefully weak clutch hitting. Twice they left the bases loaded. Chuck Loree started and posted his second win of the day.  Radisson catcher John Cheveldayoff led the hitters with three safeties, a double and two singles.

Loree (W), Goslin (6) and Goslin, Stout (6)
Hunchuck (L), Inkster (2), and Cheveldayoff

(August 5)  The Swift Current Indians, recently eliminated from provincial playoffs in a five game series by the Estevan Miners, again tasted defeat as the Regina Nationals scored a 6 to 1 win over the visitors from Speedy Creek. "Swainey" Swainson and Hec McLeod shared the mound duties for the Nats in this exhibition tussle.

(August 10)  In spite of home runs by Art Plotsky, Harvey Blaney and Harold Crane, the visiting Medicine Hat baseballers fell to the Moose Jaw All-Stars 11 to 10 in the matinee of an exhibition double bill in Moose Jaw. The Stars completed the sweep by capturing the second contest 5 to 2.

(August 27)  The Saskatoon Gems of the Saskatoon City League and the Southern League's Moose Jaw All-Stars split a doubleheader played in the Mill City. The Gems took the opening marathon by a 14 to 13 count as a total of 33 hits were pounded out by the two clubs including a home run by the Stars' Chuck Robinson. Moose Jaw rebounded to record a 7 to 1 victory in the late game, shortened to 7 innings because of darkness. Robinson again pounded out a circuit clout.

(September 2)  With one exception, the shorthanded Detroit Colored Giants failed to make much of an impression in their first exhibition game in Regina. Losers of a 19 to 8 decision to the Regina Nationals, only the hitting of losing pitcher "Big Bill" Smith had the 1,000 or so baseball fans in attendance in awe. In consecutive at bats, Smith slammed out a pair of mammoth home runs. Catcher Eric Quist of the Reginans also had a homer. Hec McLeod, with 6 innings of work, got the mound win..

(September 5)  The Detroit Colored Giants, this time with a full roster of players, blanked the Regina Nationals 6 to 0 in another exhibition tilt. Joe Sampson, a speedball artist, handcuffed the locals on 3 safeties. Hec McLeod gave up 7 hits in taking the loss.

(September 7)  A combined starting group of 6 Regina Nationals plus 3 members of the Moose Jaw All-Stars went on to edge the Detroit Colored Giants 4 to 3 at the Exhibition Grounds. "Swainey" Swainson of the Nats hurled the complete game win. 

(September 9)  Scoring eight runs in the top of the 8th inning, the Detroit Colored Giants dumped the Regina-MooseJaw Combines 13 to 9 in a sloppily played exhibition contest. Entering the disastrous 8th, the Combines held a one-run lead but then they blew a tire. Joe Haberman of the Southern Leaguers and the Giants' Andy Love had 4-baggers in this set-to while outfielder Ray Hurr of the Detroiters had 4 hits.  

Some 2,000 south Saskatchewan baseball fans were exposed to a rare treat when Earl Mack's touring major leaguers visited Regina in October for a post-season doubleheader with a group of players from Southern League squads. Nine days later, as they were finishing off their western Canada tour, the big leaguers stopped off in Moose Jaw and played a single game before an estimated crowd of 3,000.

The complete roster of the travelling big-leaguers consisted of:

Catchers - Bill Dickey (New York Yankees), Luke Sewell (Cleveland Indians)
Pitchers - "Lefty" Grove (Philadelphia Athletics), Rube Walberg (Philadelphia Athletics), Earl Whitehill (Detroit Tigers), Clint Brown (Cleveland Indians)
First Base - Joe Judge (Washington Senators)
Second Base - Charlie Gehringer (Detroit Tigers)
Third Base - Ralph "Red" Kress (Chicago White Sox)
Shortstop - Eric McNair (Philadelphia Athletics)
Outfielders - Henry "Heinie" Manush (Washington Senators), Bing Miller (Philadelphia Athletics), Floyd "Babe" Herman (Cincinnati Reds)
Four players on this roster (Manush, Gehringer, Dickey and Grove) would ultimately be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

On the beautiful fall day of October 12 at Regina's Exhibition park, the big leaguers beat the Southern League amateurs 8 to 3 in the noon event and then hammered the same contingent 15 to 0 in the mid-afternoon finale.

"Lefty" Grove of the Philadelphia Athletics had both the Southern Leaguers and the fans gasping at his dazzling speed, fast breaking balls and control. In the four innings of the opener that he worked, he collected 11 strikeouts. Only Eric Quist, a catcher from the Regina Nationals, was able to garner a safety off the future hall-of-famer. Quist and Johnny Stoyand, also from the Nats, were able to collect a brace of raps in the curtain raiser. Red Kress of the Chicago White Sox and Bing Miller of the Philadelphia Athletics both homered for the Macksters in that game. 

The second encounter was a complete runaway as only Moose Jaw's Danny McKenna was able to register a base hit for the South Saskatchewan group as he touched up Clint Brown of the Cleveland Indians for a single. Joe Judge of the Washington Senators and Philadelphia's Miller, with his second of the day, poled out dingers for the guys from the "show". Hurlers on the South Saskatchewan squad who were able to record a whiff against the big-leaguers included Hec McLeod of the Nationals who struck out Luke Sewell of the Cleveland Indians in the first game. McLeod's teammate ,"Swainey" Swainson, set both Eric McNair of the Philadelphia Athletics and the White Sox' Kress down on strikes in the same inning of the second encounter while pick-up Elmer "Lefty" White of the Estevan Miners fanned both "Babe" Herman of the Cincinnati Reds and the Athletics' McNair. 

Following a swing through Alberta, the Macksters returned to southern Saskatchewan to face the Moose Jaw Southern League squad in an October 22 match, a game which they dominated in every way as the 14 to 2 score would imply.

Cleveland's Clint Brown thrilled the packed stands with his slants from the mound during the initial four frames but "Lefty" Grove outshone everyone, letting the locals off easy at the beginning of his four-inning stint but, when he opened up, simply overwhelming the Stars with his blazers. Initially wearing a pair of gloves while tossing on this frosty fall day, Grove took it easy on the locals and gave up singles to Eddie Scott, Johnny Dawson, "Sandy" Thomson and Emery Cawsey. Brown allowed singles by Jim MacDonald and "Babe" Brossard, a pick-up from the Regina Nationals. Cawsey was credited with a second hit, a ninth inning single off baseball comedian Al Schact who took the hill to provide game-concluding comic relief. Veteran Moose Jaw chucker George Haigh was the only local pitcher to record a strikeout against the big leaguers, fanning Chicago's Ralph "Red" Kress. Second baseman Charlie Gehringer of the Detroit Tigers blasted a pair of homers for the major leaguers.