ell,; first baseman and valuable nn - W1irmnliiV'RMl 5?a - t bban team, wa .hot In the leu loot Dy xvooexr romaexter,' 29 - year - old ace pitcher - of the I Tennessee i aggregation. Thursday night. The shooting j occurred . at tna Grand central Hotel. Where ti,. v.v.ii .tAA. J!I 1 ST. - LOUIS. Mo.; June 6 (By A. N. P.) J. C. McHask - heru with the St. Louis Stars. UTiPn fJi two members of the Mfccphia Red Sox were talking over the frame played with - the - .Stars on Thw4ajsUtore ttipadWttowiAMBJ or lanSiWUen iht atars wmojuo Memohis 14 to 3. the discussion . greatly displeased Poindexter. . h "Robert was somewhat low rolr - ited over his punk pitching, and I tried to sympathize with him," Me - I Pl - .ii unmmAiiHknt. "T tnM him A " I a Snr.,ftw V - tooV Affen at that. He thought I was 'Joshing I "wfSH. JS.S2 - arreted .5 bflS fa TArfnESSS? aSyftft - i.1.; - nrnIMiit ti i munilAnt 1 And - Pom - I I r:i " " .i . j aexwr was racaaeu. i Thursday, Decoration iDay,.PoIn - dexter was sent to the mound dur - Haskell explained at City Hospital No. 2, to an Associated Negro rr (ffii. was Ld e? niy "at the Stars' park and he should do better with the girls aii there. ."TrrQ ,wal n - .! I prosecute iub utauaat cuivi uui - i I ; u .mnr,A V.l ihi - fnnrtK """tT reiieveBroadnax. the first nitcher. and when he ended Poindexter had ten runs charged. against him. His pitching S J f . arVkenVn " playing' nTanager 1 . . . m li J o 1 J LI. i 01 xne xtiempnia iveu oo, m mi I ball club has been sreatly ham - whomJheVgVrd;'as i ..BflA 'n - .ti - ndahia and I consistent inneiaer. . . - i Mcuaskeu is Z3 years oia ana a native of Pine Bluff Ark.J, where he haa a wife and two cnuaren. uur - Incr the winter Season McHaskell sayg j,e i, busily, engaged at his home town as a chvslcal director, i 1 training football and basketball teams for the colored schools. Dr. weswtt, presiaent oi xne i Memnhla Club, came to : St. Louis j Saturday to determine whether or not Pitcher Foindexter win De re - tained with his organization. Poin - dexter'a conduct unearthed infor mation from his ' teammates that he has served a penitentiary term for slaying a nan in Washington, D. C. He came to the Red - Sox from the Black Baron Club of Bir mingham, and claims New York " - K. a A . City as his resiaence. as to wneuv er ; i'omaexters lunner r relation ship with 1 the Memphis team will affect the morale of the players is a question being considered by the owners. . . i ' " " : !