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ragoFlve Monday, September 11, 1914. THE DAILY CLINTON1XN TWO-TIMER By Jack Sord. I Major League J Scoreboard , DIAMOND DOPE slugged La Porle. 1!) io 7, while Kort Wayne Central upset pre-sea-son dope buckets by dropping Fort Wayne North Side, 13 to 6. South Hend Central Joined Mishawaka and Michigan's Kaslern N. I. H. S. C. crown by posting a 15 to 7 victory over Kasl Cbicago Washington. Warsaw took Goshen, runner-up in the Eastern N. I. H. S. C. last year, 12 lo 0. More State High School Gridders Launch Seasons Muneic Bearcats in Big Splash in Opening (ianie; (J (lotl Week's Schedule INDIANAPOLIS. Illd. Off lo a "breather-less" start last weekend, the Honsler state's high school football season continues along the same vein this week with early ac- Standings U NATIONAL I.K.Atil'K Chicago. 9-2; St. Louis. 0-4. Brooklyn. 8-2: Philadelphia. 4-3. Pittsburgh, 7-0; Cincinnati. 5-2. New York. 1": Boston. 4. AMKItlCAN 1,1'AGl K New York. 2-4; Boston. 3-3. St. Louis, 6-2; Chicago. 2-3. (Second game eleven innings.) Detroit. 5-4; Cleveland. 0-7. Washington. 2-8; Philadelphia. ' AIIHKIf'AN ASSOCIATION Columbus. 13-4; Indianapolis, 5-2. Milwaukee, 17-7; Minneapolis. 2- 5. SI. Paul, 2-1; Kansas City. 0-10. Toledo, 10-1; Louisville, 6-8. AMUHK'AN I.UAfil'H Won Lost Pet. Clubs .555 livlty highlighted by " d'lut of I New York 76 75 Detroit Muncie Central, a strong claimant to mythical slate honors last fall. Muncie's Bearcats, co-champions of ihe Nmih Central Conference and 61 61 62 114 72 74 75 80 .551 .517 .6 .".3 .474 .460 .4110 .4 20 St. Louis - '5 Boston 7; Cleveland 65 Chicago 63 Philadelphia 64 Washington 58 I vieinHmiM In their first cinht games DETROIT, Mich. Tlio Ilctrnil Tigers and tho Cleveland IiicIkiiik divided a donblchoailer today lnriri Detroit's larscst crowd ol t ho season, 52.6111 paid, Cleveland lakini; the nightcap, 7 to 4. on Kioto (Iro-nick's seven-hit pitrhiiii;. Iietmii held the American la-awio lead Cor two bourn on Hal Ncwhonser's I'nnr-liit. 6 to 0 verdict In (lie first name. Gronick had a one-liit name ami six inninps of the second name and Dick Wakefield's two singles were the only Delroil blows mil il (lie plghtll. Dizzy Troul, who started I he niRhtcap In searcli of bis tivcnty-flfth victory, was tanned for four hits nnd four runs In I lie firsi Inning and driven oul In the I'muili. Detroit trailed, 6 to 0. until the seventh, counting four times In the last three innings. The dealt was Trout's eleventh. Newhouser, posting bis twenty-fourth hurling victory in the opener and bis second straight shontout. permitted no runner to advance as rar as third. The big left-hander has lost only eight decisions this year. NATIONAL I.KAtil K Clubs Won Lost Pet KI N'S BATTED IN NATIONAL LEAtilK Nicholson. Cubs. 106. Sanders, Cardinals, 97. Elliott, I'irates. 92. A.MEIilCAN LEAtilK Stephens, Browns, 95. Johnson, Red Sox, 93. Lindell, Yankees, 90. .720 .5X8 .558 .4 65 .450 .410 .407 .397 37 54 56 69 72 79 80 79 St. Louis - 95 Pittsburgh 77 Cincinnati 72 Ciiicago 60 New York 61 Boston 55 Brooklyn 55 Philadelphia 52 A.MEIilCAX ASSOCIATION (Final Standings) PAfFilteY, r,r) JHa q&lg-. fe do-fee pam& UC i & I , pa is o&c of -rue orl A J I MgoiCAU Ptso(Aei&&-' : I HOME KI N'S NATIONAL I.EAtil'E Nicholson. Cubs, 32. Ott. Giants, 26. Mortlley, Phillies. 17. AMERICAN I.EAGl'E Etten. Yankees. 19. Stephens, Browns, 17. Johnson, Red Sox 17. last year before losing a post-season game to Evansville Memorial, renew an ancient conference rivalry with New Castle tomorrow night. Anderson, regarded among Muncie's most serious obstacles to a firth straight conference championship or share In the title, also sees action tomorrow, invading Elwood to face the Central League eleven. Another top -nolcher tomorrow pits Jeffersonville against Washington in a southern Indiana athletic conference battle. Alexandria at Rushvllle rounds out the Monday schedule. , Tuesday night Frankfort, boasting eight of last season's starters, will face Lafayette, co-champs of the north central, while Wednesday will find Garrett at Bluffton. Soutli Bend Washington's mighty Panthers, generally conceded Indiana's best last Fall, opeued auspiciously last night by running up a 33 to 0 count on civic rival South Bend Catholic. The veteran Panthers, led by flashy Ernie Zaleski, meet Hammond Clark next Friday in a re-showing of last season's Northern Indiana Conference championship playoffs when Washington, eastern division tillist, captured its tenth straight game without a defeat by- CHICAGO, Til. Relief pitcher Orval Grove's eleventh inning t ri- pie. scoring Jimmy Webb, gave the Clubs Won Lost Pet. Milwaukee 102 51 .666 Toledo 95 58 .621 Louisville 85 63 .574 St. Paul 85 66 .53 Columbus 86 67 .562 Indianapolis 57 93 .380 Minneapolis 54 97 .358 Kansas City 41 110 .272 ting Boston four runs in Hie first Boston At home, none; away, inninir. the New York Giants ham- three at Washington, four at De- after doubling agaist rival chucker Walt Dubiel with two out in the seventh. Military Nursing Military nursing, as it is known today, had its rise as a result of mered starter Nate Andrews and his , troit, three at Cleveland, three at St. Louis, four at Chicago. I the Crimean war. Get In thecrap! PHILADELPHIA, Pa. The Philadelphia Phillies and tho Brooklyn Dodgers split a double-header today, with the Phillies taking the nightcap. 3 to 2, after the Dodgers earned an 8 to 4 decision in the op three relievers for seventeen hits today to defeat the Braves, 10 to 4, In their single contest. Ewald Pyle. after allowing three runs In the opening round, two of which came In on Ab Wright's seventh homer with Al Nieman on base, held the Braves to two bits the rest of the way. Man Confesses Ax-Slaying Of Wife, Four Children NEW LEXINGTON. Ohio. Fifty-year-old Vincent Nash was held in the county jail today after he surrendered and confessed the ax-mur-der early Sunday of all five members ener. The visitors walloped big Bill Lee for five runs in the first Inning of of his family at nearby Crooksville. beating Clark, western section, champ. i NEW YORK, N. Y. The League pennant race at a In the presence of Sheriff Clair the first game, featured by Luis Olnio's Inside homer with two on. White Sox a 3 to 2 victory over the St. Louis Browns In the second game of a double-header today after the Brownies had copped the opener, 6 to 2. The loss dropped the Browns to third place, a lull game behind the league-leading New York Yankees, Nelson Potter tossed a six-hitter at Jimmy Dykes' boys in the first game, the visitors coming from behind after the Sox were off to a two-run lead in the first inning. Vera Stephens' two hits featured Hi. Louis' game-winning rallies off Johnny Humphries. In the second tilt Chieaco,went In front on Hal Trosky's tenth bonier of the year in the fourth frame, then kayoed Sig Jaucki In the fifth with a trio of singles by Wally Moses, Leroy Schalk and Ralph Hodgin. St. Louis came back with a single tally In the sixth on Don Gutter-Idge's two-base hit and an error by Hodgin; then Mike Kreevlcli knotted It at 2-all In the eighth with a home run. Although the Sox filled the bases in the ninth, a spectacular stop by Stephens of Schalk's potential hit sent the game Into extra innings and Webb's single and Grove's tremendous triple w on II in I lie glance: Charlie Letchas singled Ron Nor-tbey home with the winning run in the seventh inning of the second game. ATTENTION WOMEN BOWLERS There Will Be A Meeting WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 From 7:30 to 8 P. M. At The Lucky Strike Bowling Alleys To Organize The Women's League All Women Bowlers And Beginners Interested Are Urged To Be Present At The Meeting LUCKY STRIKE BOWLING ALLEYS Bloomington. Mishawaka. houtn Bend Central, Fort Wayne Central, Michigan City. Wabash. Warsaw, No-j blesville and Huntington were other! teams flashing much promise last , weekend. Otto McHenry's four touchdowns helped Bloomington roll up a 42 t" , 0 victory against Huntingburg in ai Southern Indiana Conference game. Sabash, staving off a closing Ko-1 komo drive, snared laurels in their j historic rivalvy, 13 to 12. while No-, blesville, undefeated last year, chalked up Its second straight tri-; iimph of tills season by beating j Weslfield, 33 lo 0. Huntington nip-i ped lis ancient hie. Marion. 7 to 6. In the North, Mishawaka demon-1 straled tremendous power in stop-! Butts and Prosecutor J. L. Meenan. Nash late yesterday signed a five-page confession admitting the killings. The victims were identified, as Nash's wife. Emma, 47; their three daughters, Leanna Jane, 21, Mildred. 2U. and Rosalie, 5; and their son, Cleuts, IS. All five were killed with blows from an ax. After committing t lie murders, Nash put on ills bat, walked from the home to the Municipal Building and culled Marshal John Brown. "I've just done a bad deed," Nash told Marshal Brown. "You better call the priesl." A sanily hearing was to be held ::ome time Inday and the proserulor said no charges would be filed against Naidi until then. Clubs W. L. Pet. 'tin G it New York 76 81 .B5B 17 Detroit 75 61 .551 V4 17 St. LoulB 75 62 .547 1 18 Boston 73 64 .533 3 17 Games behind. Games remaining. Games to play: New York At home, two with Philadelphia; away, lour at St. Louis, three at Detroit, three at Cleveland, four at Chicago, one at Philadelphia. St. Louis At home, four witli New York, three with Boston, lour with Cbicago, three with Washington, three with 1'liiludclphiu; away, none. Detroit At home, three with New York, four with Boston, three with ST. LOUIS, Mo. Morton Cooper became the first pitcher in the National League to win twenty-one games today as the St. Louis Cardinals won the second game of a dou-hleheader from the Chicago Cubs, 4 lo 2. The Cubs won the first game. 7 to 0, behind the three-hit pitching of Paul Krirkson. Stan Musial, presented before the first game with the Sporting News Trophy to I he most valuable, player in I he National League, was Injured in a collision with Hobs Garms in Hie third inning of the second con ping a well-regarded South Hend Adams eleven, 21 to 6. Michigan (,'ity Philadelphia, four with 'Washing test. The two collided while chasing a fly ball. .Musial suffered cuts on the face ton: li way. lour lit Cleveland. and head and a leg injury, lie was taken to a hospital, where it was announced bis injuriei: were not se BOSTON. Mass. A big sixth inning re-charged the New York Yankees pennant drive batteries and generated a 4 to 3 ilclnry alter they dropped the double-header opener lo the Boston Red Sox by a i to i score. Lerty Clem Dreisewerd kept seven New York bits well scattered in the opener, which he clinched Inr himself by scoring the winning tally rious. Garms also suITi rod cuts on Hie head and was removed from the name. Hill Nicholson hit Ills thirty-second home in (he ninhlcap. g Vdone!wur lies have hurtvw,smussM,oMY') W'WtJk fy- ylf( V MS-X., A. bv1S.K ft. 1 -USENT THE WHOLE TRIBE J TELL EM YOU RE TME jl CUTCWOGUE ) f W M&La JW V Vl" Hf V 'Vfii ffc" If, I VoN THE WARF&TU AGAINST veoueRMMEW-AaEVCOMSHOHOCKEM! VVAtrl V p&z - VI VMU"' -"V VTf? "1 BREADTH jWvl Wi W ' 1 W fX ' HARRY l)M :rf ifitMH ll rrrz . T-TPnmmmmm tvm Lmiic i Tto Tut thief OF POLICE I I f 1 rt" TCI 1 f ME " T-mmSk han L &Jrs isiy ',crE sit k-: ri ! WASHINGTON, 1). C. - T h e , Washington Senators look both ends 'of a double-header from I'biladel- ( GUNSMITH All Kinds of (iiiiii, llcjialrcd Arlie Pender Hillsdale, liid. ! phia today, capliiriiii; the opener b to 1, anil the nle.hieap. h 1" lore a crowd of 8.057. i CeolKe Case, base slealiuu champion, snitched three bases in the 'double-header lo run bis season's to-I ml io lorly-rour. Stan spencc, Seu-lalor outfielder, narrowly missed a perlect day at bat. coiinictinK lor six hits in seven trips lo the plate. I NEW YOKK. N- V. Alter spot- MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line For Servler Drop I s A Curd E. W. Walsh Monument Co. -H I U'llliHhll Ati. Terra Haute, Indiana FOOTBALL Operative "7jfe j fef ) fCy H ""7. ' . ii 1 I" fTc"UiAS IN LOCKER OJCEjGOOP MORNINSMADAM I ) I l ! (2IKO . I f BUT HE UJOULPNT STW VHAVE HERE A PEVICE mCW I ffifr frMr .XClF THAT'S POPEVE ASK HIM IF HE j CLl "Y fO-L EEP HIM iLi MT J " A KPKAkFA 1 A ill"' , -y i i s n,y v l (; om I wwvfl IU C. H. S. WILDCATS PARIS "Always A Battle" At CLINTON II." '"II SCHOOL STADIUM Starring M P0PEYE ; , i r.-n r. rirtoV In-. TH -! 1 I 1 I ... r 1 " " ' " . . . . . . II I , n i-r- ItTM'-T I V.T , 1 I FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 8 P.MJ GOOD-ILL YOUR MOTHER WHAT KIND DO YOU LIKE-. 1 1" ' NO" IT ISN'T.' NURSE? MUMSy's favorite' ej 5 CHOCOLATE-CWERED) CHOCOLATE-COVEREDJ Tl ALMONDS J (?) 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