The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on March 28, 1908 · 3
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · 3

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r (3 Park fa ft. f ) 1 ff5? From Grapss, the most healthful of fruits, comes the chief ingredient of lK? mem tig powder p .5. to ft. Tfte only baki ; fJrnnfl f-F-irf MlPMF 111 (jiji Costs a little more than the injuriom alum SV lm of phosphate .or lime powders, but with , mrn p. i IX; ux mm injurious i Royal you are sure of pure, healthful food. t: EDO TODS mm " The Wichita .Gas company's base- ball team will be here tomorrow for a game with 'the Salt Packers. ; T'ae Gas nine is said to be a strong bunch and will give Doc's men some good 1 lattice. - Doc Andrews saw the Jobbers beat the White Sox at Wichita Thursday.- O'Leary, the1 new short stop, is showing up fine at both short and second. It looks like there would be a fight between him and Ross for the place. O'Leary is exceedingly fast and handles himself with an ease that takes the eyes of the fans. Burt Jones, the southpaw twirler who did such good work for the To-peka team last year, says 'that he vill not play this yTjar. Dick Cooley lias a letter from him in which Jones makes the announcement of his retirement from the diamond. Jones further states 'that he. will go into other business. .Topeka will greatly miss Jones, as he was, t'ae best pitch-. : r on the team last year.. - Catcher Irwin who did the back stop work for the Topeka team last year has been sent by Cooley to the GEORGE HACKEN SCHMIDT r m .&,j.&&i&& - - ST 1 Rochester team in ' the Eastern league. ; He was drafted laBt year by Detroit but did not come through wit'4 the gcods.' ; a ' Iola is the dumping ground for' the castoffs from Webb City and Joplia. Hayden, the man who owned the Webb City team an 3 the Parsons team last year is the owner of the Iola franchise. He is figuring on making up' his team from the youngsters who are not quite good enough for the Western Association. Catcher Millsap andShortstop Tom Smith, were the first of the Midgets .to, .report.. , Tony .Vauderhill, secured from Joplin will- not report for practice until April 1. The St. Louis National League team is Scheduled to play in the Ozark town April 2nd. "Whining" Dud Risley thinks he has a corking good bunch. . Wichita seems to be a Bad place for.tr-jwut youngsters. The other day a bat jslippd out of Holland's hands and struck a new player, breaking his jaw and knocking out his teeth. Two days later Charles' Heimple, another of the Jobber youngsters , was run over by a ' street car and "seriously Injured. Whsn taken to a. hospital his arm had to be amputated. Besides- this he received internal injuries which are so serious that the young fellow may not recover. The St. Paul team of the American Association has been at -work for more than a week at Joplin. A series of four games ending tomorrow are being played between the Saints and Fillman's boys. St. Paul plays in Hutchinson in about two weeks. Red Davis, the big outfielder of the Topeka club last year, is making good down at Ucuisville. The Washington American league seconds won two out of three from Withita and then lost two out of three to Topeka. Pettigrew got Into a few games with the Blooz. againot Denver and played his usual game. He has been under the weather the past few days. Here is the way that the Springfield Republican looks at 'the situa tion in the town among the Ozarks: Prom the present indications Manager Risley has gathered a team together, whicvii, no doubt, will be one of the big four. If Such proves to be the case,. Springfield will be one of the best paying towns on the Western Association circuit. If, however, the Midgets are again !coatestants for the 'cellar Championship, it is needless to say that the ' loyal fans, who, in years gone by, have proved themselves capable ' of supporting a-baseball team that is worthy of the effort, will Rake to the mourner's bench and in the year 1909 the Queen City of the Ozarks will wake u, to find that tasy are minus a berth in the Western Association. . The World's Champion Wrestler Throwing an Opponent. , This picture shows the immense strength of Gcorgo Hackenschmidt, the so-called Russian Lion. ; Hacken-Bchmdt is' the world's champion wrestler today and ha met all comers. He is 31 years old and although born in Pyussia Las not a drop of Russian blood in his veins. He is of German and Swede extraction and conm of an athletic family.' He weighs 210 pounds, stands 6 feet 10 inches high. His neck is phenomenally large, being 22, jnches. He has a chest expanison of 52 inches. i . . .. The Kansas City Post recently published a large full length photo of Joe Wood aad printed this beneath: ' Joee Wood, Tebeau's phenom from Hutchinson, Kansas, is shown in the above position. According to Captain Monte Cross, Joe has the making of a great pitcher in him. His showing so far has been all that could ba desired and with a captain like Cross to instruct him, Wood, should show up well. He has all kinds, of speed and throws with the ease of an old-timer. 'His curves are also good. He will appear this afternoon in the last game against Denver. It is predicted by those who haW been , watching the work of the young man, that he will prove to be a second George Upp. Wood is but nineteen years old and has a great baseball career before him if he takes care of himself. Fifteen players have reported for practice at Enid. A number of these are residents of Enid and small towns close around. They are being coached by Walter Frantz. Here is the list: Weisinger, Enid; Benedict Jet, Okta.; F. E. Markle. Helena. Okla.: Willhite, Helena, Okla.; Omar Os- hanan shoes, knox hats, e. & w, shirts. ' Men Ittio Care To be fashionably ' dressed ct . the same cost as they will pay for more inferior clothes will come here where they can buy suits which show the inviduatity and style, fit and endurance. Ve strive to have the stylish clothes without extra cost. All guaranteed. Ilirsh-Wlckwire & Co. $20 to $30 College Brand, $18 to $27.50 HOSTUTLER & HIPPLE, Clothiers and Furnishings, 105 N. Main St. borne, Enid; Tex Jones, Wichita; Geist, Enid; Anderson, Abilene, Kan. Powers, Sheridan, 111.; Geo. Davi3, Geat Bend, Kans Tod Porter, Oklahoma City; Leonard Cramer, Garber, Okla.; Jimmie Hancock, Gainesville, Texas; Harry' Lucas, Chicago, 111.; Art Quiesser, Indianapolis, Ind. , T'ae Oklahoma News doesn't think much of the present line-up of the Mets and is anxious for more of the old heads to report. That marvelous young man, Joe Wood; whoni ' the tans all love, was shoved at the Tyros in the last three innings, but the men tof Washington failed to become well acquainted with those mysterious things Joe shoots around the platter. They Jot one scratch bingle off Joe. -K. C. Times. ger of the afternoon and, both Lan-dreth and Kahl stole on Ambruster, who is considered one of the best throwers in the big leagues. The score R. H. E. Topeka .-. 00302001 06 9 3 Chicago.. 0 1 2 0 4 2 0 0 x 9 17 3 ' Batteries Pollard, Hagerman and Brennan. Neort, Freeman and Arm-buster. 1 BOTH WRESTLERS AT WORK. SOX BEAT TOPlKA. Hammered Out Seventeen Hits Off Cooley's Twirlers. The White Sox Seconds fell upon Cooley's colt pitchers yesterday with a ferocity of a tiger and the weight of an avalanche. Pollard was touched up at opportune moments and Hager-ma nwas massacred. Five of the first six men to face Hagerman in the filth inning hit safely and the ether was safe on Kahl's excusable error. Hagerman did better after that, but they laced him some in every inning. At that it was no runaway affair. The Sox Seconds only beat the Colts 9 to 6 and the Colts had them headei twice during the game. v The features of the game were the hitting of "Long, Johu" Anderson and the opportuneness of young Mr. Ferrell, late of Texas. "Long John,'' who has been a mighty wielfler of the ash in big league circles of a long time, pasted four safe ones in five times up. Young Mr. Ferrell twice rose to the occasion in a pinch. His slushing hit in the third scored the first Cooleycflbw run. and paved the vty for two' others, hi the fifth, with Wooley on third, he pushed the ball over the drawn up fhfield for another Lit. Errors cut some figure in every cluster of runs. Kahl had a particularly unpleasant day, fumbling two easy- ones and booting a bad one. Wooley cut loose the only three bag- Gotch and Hackenschmidt Are Training at Chicago Clubs. ' Chicago, March . 28. George Hackenschmidt- openea his work at the Chicago Athletic Association gymnasium yesterday and will go through light practice in the clubhouse until his bout with Frank Crotch, April 3. Hackenschmidt announced that he always kept close to his normal weight and that he did not need to wear him: self by any strenuous work. Frank Gotch is working at the I. A. C but his exercise is also of a perfunctory nature. He seems in the best of shape and indications are that the men will weigh about the same when they step ontne mat. Hackenschmidt passed the day-strolling about the city after his work was over, and few noticed the unob-strusive looking, heavly built man who was seen around the downtown district except to comment smilingly on the little gre fedora hat he wears, which marked him amid the crowd. . ... Hackenschmidt- said yesterday that he was feeling in tne best of shape. Use It. Use "Queen of Kansas" flour. There's a difference). Value Received, The Cashier If this gets out our depositors will be down on us in force tomorrow. The President Well, we'll give them a run for their money. Puck. . Use It. Use "Queen of Kansas" (There's a difference). flour. Pocket receipt books for sale at The News office. , "Queen of Kansas" Flour is the BEST. (There's ' a difference) Paper Hanging. We are hanging lap work at 20c per Bolt and other grades of work cut accordingly. Largest "assortment and most complete stock between Topeka and Pueblo. Best and most rapid workmen in the city. C. S. BRUCE The Paint Man 11 S. Main. Driven to It. v "Wihat's the matter?" ' "The furnace has been choked." ; . uracious! as iaiuer aone anything so nesperate as that?" St, Paul Pioneer rress. WESTERN ASSOCIATION BASE BALL SCHEDULE, 1908. ' 1 - ' ' - . v ; 1 CLUiS.' " Enid. . Oklahoma City. . Wichita.. : ': Hutchinson. , - , . Topeka. ; '. Webb City. . Joplin, Springfield. .I- Ap.ll SO.'JI.iy 1, 2. 3. Muv 4. B. . ' Mnv 15. 16, 17M8. June 18, 19, 20, 51. June 1 IS, 18, 17. ' June . 7. S. 9. June in, 11 1.' in Enid - READ ' Jul v 4-4 5. " July 9. 10. 11, 1L'. ' ' July 0, 7, 8, ' ... : . ' ; ;. . Aug. 7,. 8, .. , ' , Aug. 4. 5, B. . . . , .. July 2. a. '' : JV .Al S' hr ' ' i Enla '''" ; ' :' - . : . Ht-pt. K, , .Au.51, -optV-l. '- ;.; Sept. 3,-4, 5. ., ; , - Aug.. 26, 28,' 87. ,, Aug. 28, 29. Si.- ,. Sept. 17, .18, 19. . Sept. SO, SI, 22. " ' ... . ' ... ' ' .......... . , . i: . - -' ...'.. ..... ..... ' ' " ''"' ;' '"'" . ' ,' . 1 : ! -- : -- : -y ; : -i ' ; -r- r-4. ' -" 7 " ; ; ..... . .. ' M.',v i, vi -1 22 ' May n.At. XT, 18.' . ' Mny 11, 12, 13. 14. June 14 15, 16, 17. - June IS, 19, 20, 21. Jumi lit. 11. 12, IS June 0. 7. 8. . Oklahoma City I V ,i , J Uy 1, i. THE Jufv 6, 7, 8. ' ' July 10. 11. 12. Aug. 4 E, C Aug. 7, , .. July 31. Aug. . 2. 2H i 19. J Okianomaity,... .............. ,; .i; : ,n&.i ' Sept. 3,' 4, 6. ' ; Aug. 31, Bupt. 1, 2. ' Aug. 28, 29, 80.. , Aug. 25, 28, 27. , , Sept. 20, 21, 22. Sept. 17, 18, y. 1 ' '' ; '''i1':'. ..' 'j-'.H-fc''.1 iyV: ' : - - ''.?' t" -'' """" ; : "' " ' " : r " TT "T" '. N viv 11 f- ri ll Mnv 7 8 0 in ' . , ' , ; , May 10. 20, 51, 22. May 24, 2G, 26. May 27, 28. 29. ' ' . ' . ' ' : ' June 2, 3, 4, 6. Miy 30-30, 31. wirhit. " " ' ' ; .P r."4 r! io !! -7 NEWS - I ly 4-4, B. ' July 20,. 21, 22, 23. July 24, 5;. 2... 27. - July 17. 18, 111. J""e'; . WiCh'.?a 'JXtlVum . Brpt.-iri'-.M.- . INBWS ffiJTL j, io. Aug. 21, 22, 23. . . Aug. 18, 11. 20. , Aug. if, 12, 13. July J5. 18(. , .....l. , , - h . :' , ' ,,,T . . i ;.;' :' : " t ' JIhv 7 9 in. ' . JIuy 4. B, 8. . April 80. May 1, 2, 3V , - ay 27," 28, 29. , Mny 24. 23, 28, , May 30-30, 31. June 2, 3, 4, 5. Htch.n.on,.,," TU''' 1 fiSK , . , ' IT' ' . ' ' ' Aug. 14. U, lb. WVh.V& t Muv'bu-lio.in. . " ", June 2, i, i, G. . June 10, 11, IS. IS. .'" June 7i" 8, 9. - , V ' , 112,13,14. May 15, 18, 17. 18. Slllii".."'!.. t.l. : " "' ' tImvU il'ir. r l Julv 17 1,s'' I'), " ' Julv 81, Aug 1, 2. V J'ulv 28, 29, 30. .' ' .THE July 1. ' ' Juno 23, 24, 25. Aug. 81.' .' TPeka Aug. -Vi, 15, 18. i Ayg. 11, 12, 13. ' Sept. 17, 18? 19. ' Sept. 20. 21, 22. " . Sept. 14, IB, 16. . . . . ' Sept. 3, 4, B. Sept. 1, 2. ' ' "' ., f t ' " V : , ' 1 1 " June a, 3,-4. r,.' Mnv 30-30, 31.' June 0, 7, 8, 0. June 10, 11, 12," 13. ' , ' ' JJjIJ s4' 45:48v May 16, 11, 17, 18, , w.bb cit....... Tvft- ' HivViV. ' ' 3A.WA. iv e.:-'-",, . fe7iW;',3.,. ' : LATE8T ' ' MlK ' ' liirH'' , sj-sr-fl i'liifw1- , .; izvvi:17- ' ' &v,,v2- sports 1!,.w4 JPln 'A.B.VH,t!i."2- v . . Aug. a a. , . AuS. 25, 20. 27. . Aug. 28, 29, 30. Sept. 8, 8, 10. ft.pt. , 7-7. Hept. li, 18. 18. ' " ' Mnv :i 'M 1 "!i v Mn v 20, 27, 1'8. June II. IK, 10, 17." i " June 18, 1. 20, 21. jiy 4,' B, . ; Mny .7. 0, I.."' ' ' ' ' April 30, May 1, 2, D.' " '' . '; if. " ' T,J !,;'.':.,.,..' " t!ii v i V it "7 - " AUg. 4, 8, 0. Aug. 7, St 9, " t 1 lu .V'8i i-4,1'. " ' ' '.rii y 1( , 11, 'VJ. .. ... . .1 illy 7, 8, . - . ... NlWt. , .j). 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