Courier-Post from Camden, New Jersey on September 20, 1915 · 11
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r i i. . - 1 H - .-.7....- .. J 1 I 1 CAMDEN DAILY COURfEii, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,' 1015 DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS You Can't Blame MotKer for Being :Wonied & 0: j . -,,," ii , I. . i t' ' '.. . '- mZj in I i .l . ii i . . 1 ' ' ': . . - . .. .... I, . - . "' ... , . , , - . .. ... - - T - - . .. .. Vz2liJ at BrrnNxsA i hopspaw' I Srufis i - VT , '1 VW f VxrE-T1 BUY sews op i i- . T" y V I PIHnttJ P TV IULI1 ul I I RALLY IN SIXTH c LbIll FOURTH OF SERIES Mullin Hit Hard After Pitching Great Game Against Down Towners red. No- runs. Sheehan's stop1 In this inning .was the best play of the series. He took the ball on the dead run. Camden A. C C. Glendening skied high to Bakey; Sheehari filed to Bakey in deep left centre; Bakey completed the inning by also gathering In Conroy's Bhort fly to centre. No runs. FOURTH INNING. Camden City. Sheehan raced back into short right and captured Bakey's lift Moyer -grounded out to Barcklow unassisted; Curry fumbled Mulligan's hot smash to short; Mulligan stole second; O'Donnell out, Jennis to Barcklow. No runs. NINTH INNING. Camden City. Mulligan fumbled Haeff-ner's grounder; Rapp bit into a fast double play, Sheehan to Mulligan to Kite; Bakey walked on four consecutive balls; on the hit and ' run. Murphy hit to Mul- Bakey hitting the first ball; Murphy was j lin andwas out at first. No runs URGFCROWO SJWf UBHTEST GAME PIAYEDTHIS SEASON Wit! all the fury of a hostile attack mpon ta dreaming foe, Camden City Awakened from her Isoothlng sleep-on. Saturday last at Third and Erie and wallop-ad the stuffing out of 'Camden A. C. in a Ixth Inning rally.' The surprise of Custer's men on the Little Big Horn was no more disastrous, neither was his battling soldiers caujfht more napping, for the battle waged in that fateful round until even runs were counted on six healthy wallops before the necessary three men were dead. It was like the resuBsitation of nine dead men. who came to life to re"ck ven-geanve on their gloating enemies for deeds of the past. Previous to the sixth but 'one cratch hit had been made off smiling George Mullin, and but one lone hit was made off him after that, but that was enough to clinch the game, and the South Camden bugs raised in their might and carried the gladsome news to their patiently waiting brethren in the hostel ries and hovel3 of their own domain. Outside of the sixth inning,- Mullin, pitched '.a magnificent game. He had -Camden City 'Standing on their beads in every round but that particular one, .and his first two-bagger which came in "the A. C"s. half of the sixth, drove in the fifth and sixth runs counted by his team. George died on second when Fenton fan-Bed, making the third out. It was an opportunity lost, for if Fenton could have singled the score would have tied , and both teams would have been on equal basis again. Camden A. C. became dangerous In the ninth again, but a beautiful one-hand top of Fenton's drive across second by Waiter Murphy saved the day. -Mullin had a-galn led off with a smashing double and Went to 'third on Fenton's Out. Charley Glendening fanned and Curry re-' tired Sheehan to Barcklow. The stop made by Murphy was the prettiest of the 'series.. The ball Bped acsoss the second tbag and the little second baseman speared It- with his back o Barcklow. He turned and staggered backward and while staggering tossed like a woman to Barcklow, whose long arms reached' the ball in time tc get the runner. Bothfactions cheered Murph for his work, for had he missed ; Fullin would hav easily scored. ' The, fifth and last game will be played aU Camden City next Saturday. Tho game fq detail: - first'inning. ' ; Camden City. Bakey fanned on three pitched balls fouling the second pitch ' along the first base line to Kite; Murphy pounuea a nign one 10 Mulligan, but Kd- tnrow to Kite beat him easily; Con- dle': roy. knocked down Jennis' hard smash and by, a quick recovery tossed him out at first by a step. No runs. Every ball Mullin pitched in - this inning went for a . strike either being fouled or called. - . Camderi A. C. After having one strike and 'one ball called, Fenton singled past Jennia; Glendening attempted to sacrifice, but fouled the first ball, while the second "llatt'W-a.lled; the iext was a ball., but Charley fanned' at 4 low curve for the third strike; on the hit and run;-6heehan Ingled-through short, Fenton pulling up at second; Conroyi .lined a single 1 to centre, Fenton holding third; with the - bases full. Kite singled to right, scoring Fenton and Sheehan; on the second pitch to Moyer, Kite .stole second Moyer Tan- , lied; with the. count three and two. Mulligan fanned at a high pitch-being Rapp's third strike out victim - of the inning. ,Tw"b runs. . : i - . Caniden SECOND INNING, City. Barcklo ws i smash ; to hort took, a bad hop over Mull'gan's bead and' went for a single; Curry sent a sky-scraper to C. Glendeningr Bour- " auin's bounder: to short also-took a bad bound to Mulligan, but Eddie recovered . It In tlma to get Barcklow at second, ut Bheehan'a throw. was too lata for a double play; Bourquin attempted - to- steal and beat OTJonneU'a'high throw to Mulligan, but "Kidder" i overslid the ' bag and waa ut when Mulligan put the ball on -him. No runs. v j .. - .- ... .- Camden ' a! Cl.lVRrlftn mot. ni !',:. catch of O'DonnelPs twisting smash to Jew. Murphy fumbled : Mullin's tap. but : recovered in time to get George: at first; -.fcrter. having, the -first - two pitches ; called i ' balls, Fenton fannedthe third strike - be- , lng called. No fuaa.-' t- - -5 - ;f TIftD INNING. j --- ' Camden r City.--Sheehan - mad a marvelous one-hand stop ot O'Brien's hard I maalr between first and second -and toss- I : - ed him but at first J Haeffner hit tha first ball pitched tO jC Olendenlng; Rajj as- patient and drew a base on balls; Murphy took second on a wild pitch which hit the stand; Jennis fanned;. Barcklow hit a high bounder to Conroy and was out at first. Barcklow ran away into the diamond in going to first and Conroy's throw almost hit him. The throw beat him to the bag with plenty to spare, however. No runs. Camden A. C Kite singled to left a hard smash between Curry and Jennis; Moyer hit to Murphy, who tagged Kite as Eert went by and then tossed to Barcklow for a double play; Mulligan fanned No runs. FIFTH INNING. Camden City. Mulligan made a fine stop of Curry's hard smash and Kite made a pretty pickup of Kddle's low throw, , but Bert dropped the ball after Munro had waved Jim out; Bourquin sacrificed, Mullin to Kite; O'Brien grounded out to Kite, unassisted. Curry taking third Haeffner was easy for Mullin, taking three swings in vain. No runs. But seventeen men have faced Mullin m the five innings, but two being left on base- Curry on third and Murphy on second. Camden A. C O'Donnell 'boosted to Bakey; Mullin was given a big hand as he stepped to the plate for his good work of the previous lnnig; Mullin grounded cut, Curry to Barcklow; Fenton was hit on the knee by a pitched ball; C. Glendening lined a pretty slngl to right, Fenton pulling up at second; Sheehan's short fly to right dropped safe between Murphy and Bourquin, Fenton scoring; C. Glendening kept running and also scored on Bourquin's poor return to the infield, Sheehan reaching third on the play; Conroy out. Curry to Barcklow. .Two runs. SIXTH INNING. Camden City. Rapp's drive hit the left field fence, fast fielding by C. Glendening holding, the hit to a single; Bakey singled to right, Rapp holding second; Murphy singled to centre, scoring Rapp, Bakey taking third; Murphy started for second. and 0DonneU's throw had him trapped between the bases, but Mulligan let the ball ... . J .1.1.3 go tnrougn mm 10 centre uem, onej corir.sr and Murphy reacning secona; Jennis played the string out and walked; Barcklow sacrificed, Mullin to Kite; Curry singled to left, scoring Murphy and Jennis, Curry taking second on the throw home; Bourquin popped to Conroy; O'Brien singled' to right, scoring curry and giving, Camden City the lead tne downtown crowd going wild; Haeffner lined one over the left field fence for tiie circuit, scoring O'Brien ahead of him and ence more the downtown crowd cut loose; Rapp up for the second time in the inning, fanned. Seven runs The. uncertainty of ba3e ball was shown here. where but seventeen men - naa iacea Mullin in the five previous sessions, ten faced him in the sixth Inning. The Camden City boys made six hits in this sessionall good solid drives. Camden A. C Kite got his third hit a single to left; Moyer drew Rapp's first pass, without striking at a ball; Mulligan attempted to sacrifice and was out when he bunted the third strike; O'Donnell hit to Murphy who. fumbled Just long enough to lose Moyer at second, but he got O'Donnell at first; Mullin lined a double over Bakey's head in deep left centre, scoring Kite and Moyer; Fenton i again fanned. Two runs. Mullin's hit was the hardest drive of the series a smoking drive that went over . saKey s head so fast that he hardly saw it. SEVENTH INNING. ' Camden City. Bakey singled over first; Bakey stole Becond, O'Xtonnell's throw going over Mulligan's head, but Fenton recovered the ball before Bakey could start for third; Mullin curved the third strike over on. Murphy; Bakey took third on a short passed ball; with the count three and two, Jennis also fanned; Mullin cut loose on Barcklow and fanned him on three consecutive fast balls, the "Chief" striking at every one, but failing to even foul one. No runs. - Camden A. C Glendening grounded to Curry andwas out when Barcklow made a fine pickup of Jim's low throw; with the count three and two, Sheehan tapped to Rapp and was out to Barcklow Sheehan diving into the bag head first; Conroy out. Murphy to Barcklow. No runs. - :.!" EIGHTH INNING. Camden City. With the count three and two, Curry fanned Dolin calling the third strike; Sagel batted for Bourquin and was out at first, Conroy to Kite; O'Brien also hit to Conroy and .was out when Kite made a fine one-hand stop of "Wid's bad throw. O'Brien bumped Kite as he went into first,-but Bert tagged him out. No runs. , -' Camden A. C. Sagel made a pretty running catch of Kite's short fly to right; Camden A. C. Mullin hit another slash ing drive to left centre for a double: Murphy made a wonderful bare-hand stop of Bakey's smash over second and tossed him out at first a beautiful play, Mullin taking, third :Murphy'a play on Fenton prevented Mullin scoring as George would have, easily scored had the ball gone through the infield; Glendening fanned the third strike being called; Sheehan hit the first ball pitched to Curry and Jim took plenty of time to make the throw to Barcklow. No runs. Score and lineup as follows: CAMDEN CITY. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Pakey, cf . . . Murphy, 2b. . Jennis, 3 b. .. Barcklow, lb. Curry, ss. . . . Bourquin, rf. Sagel, rf. ... O'Brien, If. .. Haeffner, c. . Rapp, p ... 4 ... 4 .. 3 .. 3 .. 4 .. 2 .. 1 .. 4 .. 4 .. 4 Totals 33 CAMDEN A. C. AB. R. H. Fenton, cf 4 2 1 C. Giend'ing, If. 5 1 1 Sheehan, 2b. ... 5 12 Conroy, 3b 4 0 1 Kite, lb 4 13 Moyer, rf. 3 1 0 Mulligan, ss. .. 4 0 0 O'Donnell, c. .. 4 0 0 Mullin, p 4 0 2 O. 4 1 0 12 0 0 1 1 8 0 27 O. 0 2 2 1 11 0 2 9 0 A. 0 5 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 10 A. 0 0 2 , 4 0 0 3 1 3 IV. COLLIISWOOO WIS TIE SERIES By Defeating Lucas Saturday the Boys Are Champions of League . : BATTLE . WAS' A MM ORE 0 0 0 1: o' 0 0! E. Totals 37 Camden City 0 Camden A. C. .... 2 6 10 27 13 3 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 07 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 08 Two-base hits Mullin (2). Home run LfTaeffner. Sacrifice hits Barcklow, Bour quin. - Stolen bsee Bakey, Kite, Mulligan. Double plays Murphy to Barcklow, Sheehan to Mulligan to Kite. Struck out By Rapp, 8; by Mullin, 9. Bases on balls Off Rapp, 1; off Mullin, 3. Wild pitch Mullin. Hit by pitched ball By Rapp (Fenton). Passed ball O'Donnell. Umpires Dolan behind bat, Munro on bases. NICHOLS' CATCH SAVED THE GAME Camden Giants played the Morre-stown Giants at Camden City grounds and defeated them by the score 7 to 3 in one of the most exacting games ever seen played ,on the sunken grounds. The features of the game was the pitching of Tilton and the hitting of Mathews Buck and Sti.ll. Nickles drew the crowd to their feet when he pulled a drive down in centerfleld which looked good for a hit, which saved 3 runs in the fifth inning. The lineup: CAMDEN GIANTS. R. H. O. Buck, rf..;.... 1 Still. 3b 2 H. Arthur, lb... 1 Nickles, cf 0 Stevenson, If 1 Williams, ss 0 Matthews, 2b 1 Gibbsbc.ro. N. J., Sept. 20. Playing championship ball, West Collingswooa won the third game of the series between them ' and Lucas A. A.' in the play-off to decide the championship ot the Camden County League, shutting the paint boys without a run. The game was filled with thrills throughout, West Colllngswood putting 0 up a marvelous palying game, nothing being too hard for them. The first innings was a tame one, but In the second Lucas seemed dangerous q mill winr v ttiiu v.n. vsui, " j 0 1 quick throw by Laffery a run was stop-0' pvjd and a easy bounder ended the in- hing. In the third Pine couldn't locate a! plate and passed two, a hit to the out-2 ' field scoring the run, two pop flies end-O.ing their scoring. Porch made a one-, hnded catch in the fourth that stopped the scoring, and Collingswood . in the fifth did some gisat fielding. Cranks getting a sure hit one-handed, and Padget went clean to right filed for another. Things were quiet until the seventh when Collingswood made the game a sure one. A pass, an error hy Olt, and short hit put three on, then Lar-ferty placed a double, scoring two; another error scoring one more. A rally by Lucas in the eighth was stopped by a poor throw to second hitting the ump, McFerren, who had made the base easily, being sent back to first, and was caught there. Two more men got on, but the next two men wre easy outs. Score; WEST COLLINGSWOOD. R. H. O. A. E. Warks. cf 1 1 2 0 0 Cranks, lb 1 E FINED IS Allowed But One Hit and Bethany Won Her Twenty-Eighth Battle LARGE CROWD SAW CONTEST Farley, c 0 Tilton, p 1 A. 0 E. 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 Sooy, ss. Lafferty, 3b. Padgett. 2b. Whilt, If. ... Powell, rf. .. Deighan, c. . Jaekson, p. . 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 13 2 0 4 1 1 4 0 A. 0 1 i 5 2 0 0 3 2 Totals 7 8 27 MOORESTOWN GIANTS. R. H. O. , Eldredge, 2b 0 1 1 ' L. Eldredge, If 0 0 2 Williams, c. lb 0 1.8 T. Williams. rf Oil Cook, cf 0 0 0 Green, c......v. 0 0 9 Quam, 3b 2 -0 2 Anderson, ss... 10 2 J. Mase, p 0 0 2 H. Muse 0 1 0 15 :A. E. 0 1 0 0 2 1 2 ; 4 0 j.-fon balls Pine, 3; Jackson, 4. Double Pfclay McFerren Leary.. Totals ......... Camden Giants . , Moorestown G. . .. 3 4 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 27 0 3 0 0 12 4 0 0 7 0 1 3 MACFORBES DOWN COLUMBIAN CLUB Gloucester City, N. J.. Sept. 20. At Riverview Ball Park before one .thousand fans, -what was unquestionably the best . game of ball aver played ort that grounds occurred 'Saturday afternoon when MacAndrews and Forbes, the champions of the Industrial League, of Camden City, continued their onward victorious rush, when they ds-f eated the Columbian Catholic Club, of the Camden County-Catholic League, by a score of 3 to I, making the 27th victory for the licorice, players. COLOMBIAN CL C. R. H. O A. Blake, 2 b 0 0 3 2 Cunningham, 2b. . 0 0 0 0 ' Nash, "It ' 0 12 0' Jackson, - Sb. 0 ' 0 - 4- $ Hanley. lb. 0 10 ' 0 ; Gorman, rf. ....... 1 2 0 0- Costello, c. . . . i . . . - 1 ,1 6 1 Spsncer, ss. 0 - 1 1 S Lenny, cf. -V. '. . 0 : 0.1. ft McKeown, cf. . 0 0 0 0 Parker, p. 0,0. 9 0 Totals 2 6 27 14, ; ' MANDREWIS AND FORBES. ' EL O. A. Haines, 2b. ....... fl 1 S . 0 i Naught on, c ....... 0 "0 It 1 HallowelL lb.. . . . 0 1" T 0 Aughenbaugh,. sa. 1 t d . i Urhatt?8b4i;lg l ' 1 -1 l f Rauterberg, If. V. . 1 1-1- ftv Yatea cf. . . ..... 0 ' 0 4" Cunningham, rf,-... 0 - 1 - 1 "0 Gallagher, p. - ! 0. 0 - 0 ,i 0" ' Totals ' .. . a Columbian C Ct 0 2 0 JCAwa Jt Frba 0 0 EL 1 0 9 0 0 0 0- 0 1 0 E. 0 1 0 X 9 -0 - .Totals 4 6 27 14 LUCAS A. A. R. H. -O. (McFerren, 2b. 0 0 3 Henry, lb 0 0 6 Solly, c. 0 0 8 Olt. 3b 0 2 1 Hinkhv If 0 0 6 Watson, cf 0 0 1 D. Pine, rf. 0 0 0 Porch, ss 0 2 1 W. Pine, p 0 2 0 TrisseL rf. 001 jta.. E. 3 g o 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 a A large crowd witnessed a splendid game at the North Bast hall park on Saturday .when Betht&iy A. A. registered their twenty -eighth' victory during the present season by the defeat of the ve!l known Alpha Club, of West Philadelphia. It required 4ut one hour and twenty min-Hites to play the game. Penwke fanned sixteen men. BETHANY A. A. " R. H Packer, If 2 2 W'eisner, ss" 0 1 Becker, 3b v-r 0 B.eiiecke, p 2 Sharp, Zb 0 FalKenburg, c 0 F. Weisen, rf , 2h . 0 Wilson, lb l E. Welsen, cf ..... 2 Miller, rf 0 . O. 1 2 0 1 1 16 0 6 0 0 A. 0 1 0 3 0 0 AlIT OHILEWOK GTS per gal. IN ANY QUANTITY NINTH R. M. HOUJN3HEO CO. - . ABOVE MARKET CAMDEN. N. J. ALPHA. 7 12 27 9 1 Roberts ,rf l Chupain. If 0 Jewitt, 3b 0 Lattimer, ss 0 Aylmer, lb 0 J. Maloney, 2b ........ 0 R. H. Porey, cf Staugrhton, c Strode, p 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 O. 0 2 2 3 8 1 0 7 1 A. 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 4 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 MAPLE SHADE WON FROM WOODBURY Maple Shade defeated Woodbury in a well-played game by the score of 5-3. After the first inning. Anderson was in vincible, only allowing four hits and the fielding and- hitting of Pohl and Mass for the visitors featured, WOODBURY. R, H. O. A. E. B. Scull, lb 0 1 10 0 0 J. SculL ss 1 1 2 6 1 E. Mass. p 13 1 2 1 lOox, c 1 2 6 3 0 Wilson, 2b 0 0 2 1 0 B. Dopson, 3b 0 1 0 3 0 MeDevltt, cf 0 0 1 0 0 A. Dopson, If 0 1 1 0 0 Taylor, rf 0 0 10 0 Bethany ,. 0 l 0 0 AlphaJ o 0 0 1 24 10 5 0 2.0 4 0 x 7 0 (TO 0 1 01 AUDUBON WON FINAL GAME FROM HEIGHTS Audubon, N. J., Sept. 20. In a tightly contested game, Audubon defeated-Haddon Heights, for the third straight of their series, by the score of 4 to 3. With the exception of Rhoades both teams played fine ball. Lange pitched well and fielded well also. Score: AUDUBON A. A.' R. H. O. v A. E. Johnson, cf 1 3 4 0 0 Mellon, 3b 0 0 0 2 1 O'Brien, lb 0 1 9 '0 0 Deitz, 2b 0 0 3 0 0 Murray, ss. 1 1 1 2 0 Knoettner, c 0 1 8 0 0 Leaeoek, rf 0 1 1 0 0 Lane, p. 1 2 0 a a Chappel, If. 1 0 1 0 O 4 S 27 9 1 3 8 MAPLE SHADE! R, Lepold, If 1 Connors, ff 0 BJverham. cf 1 Poll, ss 1 Harmon, c I Kelry. 8b 0 Urban, 2b'. 0 Hasting, lb 1 Anderson; p 0 24 9 Kirk, rf 0 H. O. A. 1 3 1 0 0 3 8 2 1 8 2 0 E. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 G AM E S THE MAPLE SHADE C- C. WO like to hear from some first class trav eling team for Saturday, September 25, who are writing to travel for expenses. Address H. E. Norris, 640 Llnwood street: Bell pftbns. S49-W between C.S9 and 8 p. m. REALTTtBAHSFEHS acres of Domenic 11 27 13 Woodbury 30000000 03 Maple Shade C. C... 30020 0 00 x 5 WESTMONT STILL ON THE WINNING SIDE HADDON HEIGHTS. R. H. O. Cunningham, 3b. ... 0 Sprouls, 2b 0 Lewis, n .1 0 I Schoelkopf. c ..... 0 seigner, 3D. ........ 0 Totals 6 27 6 West Collingswood .0010 0030 0 4 Lucas A. A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 00 Struckout Pine, 8; Jackson, 2. Bases to Henry, Umpire PohL -ss. Brockelhurst, If. Rhoades lb. Charles, rf. Burch, rf. 0 . 1 . 0 .. 0 M A. 0 -2 3 1 1 1 0 1 E. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 - 0 1- 2 0 8 1 1 1 - 1 2 10 3 0" A. 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 2 1 1 E. 1 Westmont kept up lis winning streak by defeating ' Pyne Poynt S. Cln a very close game.. ,, ' WESTMONT F: C. R. H O. Fifer, cf 1 -' Springe, lb ....4.. 0 Rapp, If rl Hobensack, 2b. . . .. 0 Anderson, p. . . .. 1 Snycter, ss ..." 1 Trego, rf. 0. De Grass, c. 1 . Mauk. 3b 2 L." Clark, p 0 Winslow township, 11.45 land Ellwood Roberts to Perna, Jr., et ux, $817.50. . Winslow township, 200 acres of land 'Ellwood Roberts to Joseph D. Perns, et ux, $1000. Colingswood, lota 10, 11, 12 and 13, in block P. revised plan of Edward H. Cutler Co. .Edward H. Cutler Co, to Thomas A. Moon, $1800. Gloucester township, lots 7, 8, 9,' 19 and 12. Sec. 29, plan Clementon Heights Joseph Isman to Andrew S, Hefty $1. Collingswood, N. W. side Lees avenue, 125 fset, S. ,W. Merrick" avenue Isaac Z. Collings to Ella H. Smith $1. Camden, E. side Sixth street, 40 feet S. Vanhook street William H. Balch to Thomas McDermott et ux, $L 4 Camden, 727 Carman street Mary D. Shinn et aL to Abipah Barker et ux $1,000. Camdjn, S. side Kaighn avenue. 145 feet, E. Eighth street Samuel Sope-lein to Louis Saneman. $1100. Camden, N. Side Spruce street 240 feet- E. Locust street Nicolo BantlTO-gllo to Frank Valsriani, $2500. Camden, 633 Birch street .William H. Wrlfford to Gustaf E. Danlelson et ux, $1075. been A PORTABLE MOT JON PICTtTRB projector which weighs . only 25 pounds "land can be carried" in a case twice the JJ size of an ordinary suitcase has ; invented. s , - OS o EAST SIDE DOWNED THE PRESBYTERIANS East Side A. A. defeated the Second Presbyterian of C-C .Church League by score .4 to 3. Hill,, who has not pitched for three wseks eame- back strong and defeated Presbyterian. Schwizer was easily the star of the game, knocking In two runs one of them the deciding run. ' '' i. - v' EAST SIDE A. A. , R. H. O. . A. E. Engle, ss. ......... 1 3 6 3 1 Cunningham, '3b. . I 10 1 1 A Davias, cf. .. j . 0 - 0 0 0 0 Koerner, rf. . ; . . . . 0 1 0 0 0 Pleffer, 2b. .v. ..... 1 2 3 0 0- H. Davis, If. ..... 0 1.0 0 0 Schwizer, lb. 1 " 3 10 0 0 Smith, c. . ... 0 0 7 0 1 Hill. p. 0 1 13 0 Totals ......... 4 1227 73 SECOND PRESBYTERIAN. Lennox, rf. Kelley, If. . Walker, c. Williamson. Staley, lb. Armstrong, Roberts, cf. Pohl, 3b. .. Lenhart, p. it)' " '. ss. .. R. 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 -H. 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 o. 0 ' 0 2 12 2 0 0 ' ? A E. 0 0 0 1 4 0 3 0 2 0 Audubon A. A. . Haddon Heights 3 8 24 9 4 .12 000000 1 4 .10000020 b 3 " UNION M. E. EASY FOR W00DLYNNE Woodlynne, N.' J., ept. 20. Wood-lynne had soft pickings with Union M. E. easily defeating them by the score of 10 to 1. Eddie Carris pitched a nice game for Woodlynne and fielded great. Casper also pitched well and hit hard. Score: . --. ' WOODLYNNE. R. Bechtel. c. 0 Nichols, ss. .i. f Ellis, lb.; p . 1 Carris, 2b. p. 1 Shears, cf. ....... . , l Lennox, 3b., lb. , . . . 2 Cucker, If. Kelly, rf. .......... 0 Kenneman, rf. ... .. 0 Casper, p. ...... . . . .l ' 'To - UNION M. R.x Crewe, If. 0 is. Uivans, lb. . . Grimley, ss., c. tteynolds, zb.. P.. Evans, p.: . J. Evans, -c Schuraan, ss. Leach, -cf. - . .-. L ' '' Scott, Sb. ... 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 n 0 - Totals ....... i . 3 East Side A.-A,-'..". 0 Second 'Pfssbr. .'T 0 0 . . . 7 24 10 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 14 0 2 0 0 1 0 03 T 2t -5 .2 0 0 0 0 0 04 0 . . S Wtoodlynne Union M. S. m.1 12 2 ...9 9 9 H. O. A. E. 0 13 4 0 0 1 3 1 1 6 0 0 1 a 2 0 1 2 0 0 . 0 3- 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 1 . 1 0 0 2020 7 27 11 1 H. O. A. E. 110 0 1 0 ..1 0 1 t 0 1 14 4 0 112 1 0 ? 0 0 0 0 2 1 011 0 10 0 1 J) i- 8 1 24 12 S ! 0 1?. 1 X 10 0 0 0 1 01 Totals 27 7 8 PYNE POYNT Si C. J R. H. O. Taylor, cf. . Boyer, lb. -. Johnson, 3b, Reinbold, If. Rickley, ss. Brown, 2b. .. Heath, c. ... Smith, p. ... Bulwer, rf. 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 fl 0 2 1 2. 1 10 1 1 0 0 10 0 1 A. E. 2 0 t) 4 0 3 3 1 1 0 CHICHESTER S PILLS V TUB DIAMOND BRA TV ft .T. It 2 0 - . .- - 0 71 01 It w by Hai uany uourier 1 mailed to Your : adobe$s) ill Ml : ' . - A postal to Cir Xf - -1 euXation Drpart- A V " ; - " - . --.r I 1 rmnt 1014. vrvay 1 1 : . boxes. Take 1 Praarc DIAMOND BRAND PtLLS. far si yeusl mmwBt.StfestlmsB.ellbM SOLO bV DRUGGISTS EVTSYVftERS Totals 9 24 14 Westmont F. C. 20200120 x 7 Pyne Poynt S. CT.... 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 16 K88p In Teach ff with the newt in your hometown' while enjoyig our vacation ff rtng U ATCO LEFT FIELD IN NINTH INNING Atco walked off the field in the last half ot the ninth inning when Clemen-enton had .two men on base and no outs whsn Atco refused to play on the umpire's decision... Clementon plays Cedar Brook at the Gibbsboro Pair Friday. Game starts at 3 o'clock. CLEMENTON A. AJ WASHINGTON STARS WON IN A WALK by. Washington Stars took ' another defeating the All Stars IS to S. - Washlngt'n Stars 2 3 1 1 8 0 0 J 0-13 AH Stars.... .... 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 Read It! See Itl THE DISCOVERY OP PITCHBLENDE In the Columbia RiverValley, near Golden, B O., has been announced. - Radium emanations Jn the -.water of a Spring In that- loeality Indicate , the J presence of radioactive .-, ore, and -a deposit tot radium is . also thought - to exist near Port Stel, &. CL The : Vancouver Chamber of -Mine has proposed that: a radius instituts ; b R. H. O. A. E. B. Hlse, If. .... "0 12 0 0 S. Folata. c .... . . . . . 0 1 14 2 0 A. Falato. 3b. .... 0 2 2 4 0 Watson, rf. -. 2. 1 11 1 - Clemens, lb. .... i 2 $ 1 0 Nichols,' 2b. .;.. 0 1 0 2 0 Wolverton, sa . t . 0 " 1 1 - 1 0 Mahaffee, p. 0 ' 1 -r. 1 2 0 Clement; - cf. . . . . . 0 1 " 0 0 0 Totals 3 11 27,12 1 ATCO A. A. - -. Paserla.! 1' .. . BatV 2b.. ........ Plsher.,rf. -' Schiff er,' , . . . Kocher,. Sb. ' . . . I. .--Fried, ji. . ... . . .". fttey, . of. , . : Miller; Vbfim . . . . - Brown.: ss. .1 . - Totals .,1. 4' Atco A. A. ......'0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 R. IL O. A. E. 0,0,0 1 0 2 8-0 0 0 1-0 -0 1 . 0 7 2 "0 0 1 : i,"i 0 0 ' ... 2 3 1 -0 0 2 0 1 0 1 1. x x Clementon A. A.: !0 0 9 2 0 1 0 0 x 4 . THB RECENTLY OPENBD : CELILO Canal has added 400. miles to the navigable extent of oar . second largest river, ' the AS - i. V ii'. . 1 , 11 1 in J ' founded la Vmcaurr. Columbia

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