Tri County League New Castle Hagerstown tied. Carthage 5-8 1926
a ME TIEDJDI FIRST Carthage Ranks Next, Closely Followed Followed by Raleigh, in Tri-County Baseball League TWO POSTPONED GAMES The Hoosiers of Newcastle and Hagerstown are tied for first place in the tri-county baseball league, with Raleigh and Carthage ranking next in line. The artillery played an important part in the games Sunday. Carthage Carthage lost to the Newcastle Hoosiers, Hoosiers, 8 to 1, at the Chrysler park, after the teams had gone 1 to 1 in the eighth inning, when Carthage made four errors, tlie first of which would have retired the side. Hagerstown had an easy victory over Westwood 13 to 1 and the Raleigh Raleigh team walloped the Rose City Red Sox, 17 to 0, on a muddy field at Raleigh. All teams’ have two postponed games to play before the season is ended. Plans are being completed for an eight team league next season. The league standing: Carthage ____ W L Pct. 9 9 .682 9 4.615 5 8 «385 4 9 .308 4 9 .308 Minneapolis—No one will be admitted admitted to any university, of Minnesota Minnesota football practice « thi$^.s^A.4>n, Dr. Clarence W.’ Spea'rs, ‘-coach, has decided. A wire fence covered with canvas will surround tfie practice fields.