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 - FRIDAY, AUGUST 26.' 1921 'AN1 AN'l ball club...
FRIDAY, AUGUST 26.' 1921 'AN1 AN'l ball club makes Splendid record Has Wen 15 Games Out of 19 Hitting, Average . . of 26?: I - The management of the Newton base ball team has compiled some interesting "dope" regarding the experience of players on the'tearn, Who ara described as follows: I Hartley, catcher) Wichita Western League team part of the season and an old semi-pro. Dillman, utility catcher, semi-pro. O'Neale, pitcher, semi-pro. Cracraft, centerfield and utility pitcher, Wichita Western League team part of season. Kirkpatrick, first base, semi-pro. Freeman, second base, leading hitter in Kansas State league. Brannon, third base, Kansas state, Western and other leagues. ' Ir.ki, shortstop, Kansas State league and semi-pro. Willm, left field, semi-pro. Elliott, right field, college and semi-pro. Brown, utility, Oklahoma league and semi-pro. Archer, utility, semi-pro. Fox, manager and utility, semi-pro. Brannon is a new man and will play his first game with the team at Hutchinson, Aug. 28. On that date the team will line up as follows: Games AB Cracraft, cf ' 17 72 Elliott, rf 17 69 Kirkpatrick, lb 19 Willm If 19 Freeman, 2b 18 Hartley, c 19 Irvin, ss 18 Brannon, 3b (First Game) O'Neale p 10 41 5 Brown, u 10 35 12 Archer, u 13 53 17 Dillman, u . 14 1 The team has played 19 games, winning 15 of them, making 105 runs to 46 for their opponents and 173 hits to 40. Cracraft won both games he pitched. O'Neale won eight games and lost two, the two losses being by one run each and both were out of town, one of them going 14 innings at Peabody. Ho allowed but 18 runs in the ten games, only seven being earned. He had three shutouts. He allowed 40 hits in the ten games, 12 of the hit5 coming in the 14-inning game. He has had 105 strike-outs an average of lOVfe per game, or one batter to the inning. The team has made a fine record, have played clean ball, has eliminat ed all rowdyism and gambling, ha3 given Newton a good name, and prov-ed an asset to the city. LABOR DAY QUEEN CONTEST CHANGES 80 77 70 70 73 H 19 21 28 22 19 18 11 Pcf 263 304 350 28 271 257 150 122 343 320 250 Interest is Warming up apace in the Labor Day Queen contest, and there has been a shifting in the standing of the young ladies since yesterday's report, showing t-iat voting was lively yesterday. It is evident that partisans of the various candidates will have to get busy if they are going tq win. The standing of vote.s is reported today as follows: t ' Edna Chalfant 1277. Susie Cinty 1112. Edith Muff 1071. Helen Zurcher 703. Fern Black 531. Dorothy Myers 373. Maude Pierce 3C0. Hunting Season Opens Sept. 1st. -. Bring your Winchester guns to the Lehman Hdw. Store Saturday, Aug. 27th and have it Inspected, cleaned and oifed. Free. By a Winchester man who will be with us all clay, Saturday, Aug. 27th. Lehi:in Hdw. Co. Total . 644 173 268 Marriage License ' August 25. Bert Stutzman of Burrton and Mary Hannah Biersbach of Halstead. train cry switch Unshed switching the

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  1. The Evening Kansan-Republican,
  2. 26 Aug 1921, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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