Record-Journal from Meriden, Connecticut on May 13, 1921 · 2
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Record-Journal from Meriden, Connecticut · 2

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JLW ALHWP 1 -W4lfPP§ MUTT AND JEFF -They thank 6oct we TRtf LAT Tune I HAwe tn “Bott until we (AiACH Mew TOftK i All t 0TTA fio Nw V 1 i TAKC (T cavy! J League Should Prove Good Mohawks And Acorns Both Recognized As Formidable Cluhs Attack Each Other At 2 O’Clock In First Of Double Header At Anchor Field-Bronx And Hillsides In Second Section Of Excellent Program — Adroits Invade Southern-Most Meriden Where Game Will Start At 2:30 It mi derided at laat niftM'a meeting of th axecutlv commit-tec of the City Baaehall league to atnpte another double attraction tomorrow afternoon at Anchor diamond whan the Aeorna and Mohawk will clneh at 2 o'clock with tin Hillaidea and Bronx jPurntlhing the second part of the program at 4 The Maridcn Cutlery and Adroit thine will meet at 2:3f) on the Smith Meriden diamond It was a!o ordered at th gather- !nx that th Acorn-Merlrten Cutlery gams of last Saturday a South Merldnn he played over th record of that contest counting for naught a the Arorna winner of th am had vlolatd th rulea of th league-play In uln Ham Stavkln who name wa not entered by the man agement on the Thurwday night preceding the content In the future any team Illegally tielng a player In any league game automatically for-felta that game according to the vote of the executive committee (Wouldn’t Get Field It wa hoped by the league officer that the three game thl week could be taged on three different field In a many aeetlona of the oily but that cannot be done The league had planned on Aeolian field but the management of the plant couldn't grant the clrcult'a request on the ground that the field ahould be kept open at all tlmea for uae by the employe of the factory should Re Mood (James The first game booked for the doublehcadcr at Anchor field ahould prove a hummer au exceptionally cloely-conte1ed battle The Acorn and Mohawk have atrong combination and are each especially deslr-ou of scouring a victory over the other The Hronx-HIllalde tilt ahould also meaure up to at! requirement while the Meriden Cutlkry-Adrolt game I bound to be full of action and oloe play MRS BENNY KAUFF SPOKE FOR HUSBAND Said Benny Turned Over Sum To Her On Night Of Sale Jess Barnes Testified New York May 12— Mra Benny Kauff wife of the suspended outfielder of the New York (Hants on trial here charged with stealing an automobile testified In her husband's behalf today On the night Kauff sold the car In question she said she and Miss fladle Levy dined with the outfielder and then he left them st an uptown store saying he had buslne to transact Returning In half an hour Kauff Informed them he had dlapoeed of the machine and they returned to their hotel where Mrs Kauff said her husband Immediately turned over the proceeds of the sals to her Previously the two men Indicted with Kauff— James Shields and Jas Whalen— who were given suspended sentence to turn state's evidence against the ballplayer had testified that following the sale they had coffee with Kauff at a restaurant and that the trio apllt the sale money there Ilarnea and Kauff Failed Jets Barnes pitcher lor IB ulanU fold the Jury that he and Kauff failed In the automobile accessory business here and had to borrow from the baseball club to pay their debtj when the business railed They still owe the club ‘money he said Kauff again went on the stand repeating that he was Innocent and never knew the car he sold Ignat had been stolen until detectives qolxsed him about it later He made no effort to recover the machine he itaid but did try to locate (be man from whom he purchased It Kauff's contention thal he owned two cara 1919 wa corroborated by Farrell a garage owner who ’td today $$p trial will continue tomorow fSHfeC I'M Quite o' All through TOR PACK TouR fRuwK WtTH MY AN© Look uP NO'0 WORK UNTIL YOU CANT we ©octe! off ths boat j SorrcH? y vamthout (t 7 u V YoukNOw! Contests to City Baseball THORB NSW VORKftit “Babe" Ruth and Gemr Kelly of the Yankee and (Manta are IM1I at It hammer and ton gee Both of the Mg hoy Are wringing like wall-greeaed gate and a a result noamd trip ride are beginning to I owe tlve-lr awe-inspiring effort RtMlIm got hi 10th merry-go-round and Kelly name through with hi eighth at aai exceptionally-upimrtun time three of Ida brother (‘Manta being glued on one two and three CHIEF YELLOWHORSE IS REGULAR PIRATE Bttabur Tar May 12 O&ef YelloWhorse the Indian who joined the pllchlng staff of th Pliisburg National thl aeaaon will remain wllh the team a a regular Thl became known today when official of the club announced that th Utile Rock team had been paid th purchase money for Yellowhor' re-1A BRANFORD HIGH’S BALL TOSSERS TO PERFORM AT HANOVER PARK TOMORROW Bed And Blue Club After Another Vietory “PLAY BALL" AT 3 “Phil" Doherty Will Handle Umpiring Duty Again— ‘Tony" May Pitch In signing the Branford aehool baseball nine for the end Manager Neff has arranged a good attraction for the Red and Blue charges The game will be plsyed at Hanover Dark tomorrow afternoon "FhtT’ toherty who act-d as ttmplt j In big league fashion last week has again bean secured and he will call "Play Ball" at 3 o'clock daylight saving time The local lads have started on a winning rampage which they mean to continun throughout the season They lost the first two games of the season and then evened up matters by winning th next two contests In the game last week the M H b curb gftovred real baseball and the fans had much to talk about for a tew daya The caliber baseball which they displayed equaled that of any Meriden High aehool nine of past years The team worked itke a machine and should they keep up the work Captain Cunnelt will have little trouble in adding another victory to him list this weak The queatlon arise as to just who wilt take up th pUehls burdens The "dope" seems to favor "Tony" Barc-avieh who blanked Wallingford last week and allowed but one "hit Manager Neff has booked a game with the Trad School nine for next week and this means that either Dwyer or Tormay will be (sailed upon to twirl Tor this region "Tony" I MERIDEN MORNING might have shipped Mutt to Russia (Copyright 1121 WHY DON'T Y6V MftAW If A 6uy Lotes ws PASSPORT THcy wowr ter i HfMLANP y Last Games YANKEES OUTHIT DETROIT TIGERS Ruth And Brothers Nosed Out Cobb’s Men 11 To 10 CHAMPS BEATEN Senators Turned Trick By 4 To 1 Tally Athletics Licked The Browns Venteirday'a Reaulta New York 111 Detroit 10 T’hlledelphta A Rt Imuta 6 Washington 4 Cleveland 1 Boaion-Chlesgo postponed rain league standing W L PC Cleveland 16 7 Washington 18 10 666 New York 11 9 880 Boston 9 A 62 Detrain 18 It 880 fit Lout 18 400 Philadelphia 8 II 400 Chicago 8 J8 818 TmUy’a Oantea Boston at Chicago Philadelphia al fit Louis New York At Detroit Washington at Cleveland - New York II Defwdt JO Detroit May II Babe Ruth mad ht tenth horn run of the aeaaon In the first Inning of today's gsme sgslnst the Detroit Americans then won th game In ihe ninth with a triple that acored two runs The core was u to 10 Detroit took the (Continued on Third Page) NO HONING ItOt’TH IN AIK ItlGAN ON MAY 80 Lousing Midi May IB— -linking mutest will not htt permitted n' where In Michigan id) Memorial Hay 'Tlmmas W Bigger state boxing ctwmmUshxnar MMahced today following a conference with Governor ((roes heck "Next to Uhrtatnuta" said (kwwnlaftioner nigger "Mo-merle l Key ha cent to be held the moat MU'red of our holidays and from now m It Is certain no more boxing utairhee will Em held on that day In Michigan" picked to start the game on Saturday Oremlleherman will again do the receiving There Is an unfounded rumor that "drenth" would he replaced by Rader Thl Is "Orenth's” first year on the nine and though he misled a few chance In th first tilt not a atngls error has bean marked against him since then j and he h aurfid4 iw staging trfc Bh Ruth stunt on one occasion Captain Cunnett haa stated that the remainder of th team tomorrow would be th same aa that which faced Wallingford This will give the fans another opportunity over the lad that are again putting Meriden High on the baseball map of the state Manager Neff looking forward to big aueadanee 4 the game tomorrow The contest last week brought out about 800 people hut sorry to State ahhuf We half off Newark them were rooters who had accompanied the Lyman Hall nine Th Red and Blue team is certainly one which deaervs (he support of every baseball fan In the city RECORD FRIDAY by H C Fisher Trademark Hag RIGHT©' thcv HM' Hfl Iovn© AiiecP- gotta c ucRy careful! tv Tow L0r YouRPAliWtr THeyT shir BACK To J V CUR0PSJX j HART AND DUNLOP Are Dunlop and Hart going good In the Eastern league? No question In Tuesday s game for Inetanee tleorge got a good clean single had four puLout four assist started a double play and with nary a mis-step On the same day Eddie made a run hit a slashing single-bagger and h4 18 put-out to his official credit and with nary a bungle Don’t worry about thoae tw— they’re sitting pretty PERCY HOWARD TOOK SIX FROM STATE CHAMPION J Percival Made Last Year’s King Extend Himself AVERAGE OF 102 Tall Fellow Made Grandstand Finish When He Came Far From Behind And Won In One of the molt closely contested bowling matches ever seen In this city Percy Howard Casino representative in the state duekpin tourney look six of the 11 games from Fred Taller of Seymour last year's etate champion on the Casino alleys last evening The largest crowd of the season watched the two experts perform although neither was up to the form displayed In pre vlous matches Howard won the match in the final String when he cam from behind th the laat five boaee and won the gtrlng by four pins The ptnfall went to the down state roller Howard started off In fine elyle pinning 104 In the opening etrlng to a 09 for his opponent Howard kept up the good work tn the nett etrlng when he hit for 118 his hlgheet of the night while Teller again rolled 99 The Seymour bowler came back tn tha nett tame and won easily with a mark of 110 to 04 for the HHvr City mark man Howard took the fourth game by the eltm margin of two pin when he rolled 88 The next game ended In the Me at 94 and was thrown out Teller hit the maple for 106 In hts next attempt which was good enough to win by seven pin Doth bowler went the century mark In the sixth airing which was won by Howard UI to 101 giving him a lead In game of four Th seventh string saw Teller at hie best when he rolled 134 th highest siring of the evening It was plenty hlg enough to beat Howard although the local boy rolled 1 08 The eighth string also went to the Seymour maple-toppler but Howard copped the ntnth by th narrow margin of two pins 91 to 0a repeating hit stunt of the fourth string Howard needed the next string to win the odd game but he tell down badly getting only e 91 while Teller knocked over 100 giving each bowler five game tor th evantng The final etrlng waa the best match of the evening and the moat thrilling seen In this eity in some time Howard alerted off In poor form and In th txH hex wa trail mg hy 14 pins the count reading 12 to 6S A spare tn the next hog with seven extra pine on It while Teller was rolling 10 brought the letter's lead down to eeven pins Another pare which was good for ftv extra pine while Teller rolled a nine box brought th lead down to oao pin in the eighth frame Howard picked nine on his nut attempt whit Teller could not findth pine and only knocked dPWfr olMV two Howard a four pin ld which he maintained tn the final hot giving him th string and the match The Hoorn Howard-104 UR 04 00 II U 108 06 08 01 100 -1114 Teller— 91 90 111 01 106 101 14 104 90 109 104—110? 4 All other game postponed ram INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE nit B 1810 8 1 Toronto 00010008 1 Perryman Tipple and Winters Re and Devine MAY 13 1021 V 8 Pot Off) Jeff WHAT A Tov i Burning ! IDate Of Pilkington-Sliugrue Boot In New Haven Set PITTSBURG CAME BACK AT BOSTON Pirates Whipped Braves By 3 To 1 Score DODGERS WINNERS Brooklyn Again Beat Reds Kelly And Giants Trimmed Cardinals Once Again Yemerdejr Results Brooklyn 8 Cincinnati 1 Pittsburgh 8 Boston I Chloago-Phtladelphta — postponed (rain) New York 7 fit Louis 6 Lewgue fitamitng W Pittsburg 18 Brooklyn 1? New York 14 Chicago ii Boston 9 Cincinnati 9 Philadelphia 8 fib Louis AC 788 080 638 660 891 800 286 268 Today' (tame Pittsburg at Boston Cincinnati 4 Brooklyn fit Louis at New York Chicago at Philadelphia tai i"1' — Pittatnirg ft Boston 1 Boston May 12 — Pittsburg made six of lta seven hits Count tn defeating Boston 8 to 1 today Olaxner pitched his flrat game here and kept the braves' hits well scattered H knocked in the winning run In the eighth inning with a single to center Score : - PJTTSBURO lllgbee If Carey cf -Maranvllle as Culshaw Sb Whltted rf Tierney 8 b Grimm lb FRANCE TO BE OFFICMLLV PRESENT AT HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE BOUT JULY 2 GHAMIMONH AHK BUSY Atlantic City N J May 119— Jack Dempsey today halted his training for the Championship boxing match with Georges Cai-pentler and flatted the Atlantic City hospital where he spent some time going through the ward and shaking hands with the patients Batavia N V May 119— A disagreement was reported early today hy the Jury tn the action brought by Frank P fipelfinan against Jack Demp- sey champion heavyweight boxer and hie manager for $100000 fipettnuMi sought to recover a share tn proftt on motion pictures alleged to bo do him under the terms of a verbal contract with Dempsey NO FREE TICKETS NO BIG AUDIENCES Toledo G May 12 — Th boxing commlselon'e new ruling that free admission to boxing shows In the fu- ture must bo cut to the minimum had It effect last night when the crowd that turned out to eae Bryaa and Johnny Keiscb In a twlv-round bout waa less that) one- half lar enough to fill th house Newapapers also hove bean limited in the number of free ticket 1 By nothing (HWTTfoP me Live Of MIKff uie - ttSCfOETloN Meriden Men Left No Choice And Tilt Must Take Place On The Same Night As The Acorn A C Amateur Boxing Carnival In Town Hall Auditorium — Both Flash And Manager Fought And Argued In Vain-Promoters Trembled At Thought Of Again Asking Boxing Commission For Change Of Date (foarlie Pilkington ami Johnny Bhugnte will tear at ouch other in their return engagement in the New Haven Arena on the night of Thursday May 26 the same night on which the Acorn A C ie (Raging ita first annual amateur boxing carnival in the town hall auditorium ’Tie sad news — but 'tis true And no one feels more keenly about it than does Charlie Pilkingtdli or hi manager lJCnnift Mc-Mfthon PII KINGTON IS PURSUED Charlie Pilklngton Is being pursued by a Jinx with wonderfully long dark hair and glossy eye So far a the bonta for which he signs are concerned Hhugrue's date was changed from May O to the 18th and then to the Sttth Now oome Johnny Llesee with whom the Flash is to go IB rounds at 180 pounds on Monday night Tdssee's manager tossed In the contract yesterday demanding that Charlie make 188 pounds What would you do? Pilk-lngton will make the 128 pounds Me ha forfeited $100 for that weight First Time In History Of The Prize Ring SECRETARY OF STATE : Gaston Vidal Probably Will Be Government’s Repre senlative In Jersey Parts May II— (By the Associated Press)- France will be represented officially at the boxing contest between George Carpentler and Jack Dempaey for the world's heavyweight ! title in Jersey City on July 2 the llrst time In the history of the prise ring that the government of a country has sent an official representative to an International boxing match Th national touring office Is ur-ganlatng a voyage to New York on a steamer leaving June 18 th passengers on which will partly be the official guests of the government Gaston TdaL under secretary or state for physical education probably will be the government’s repre eemattve The party will live aboard the sigamer which will be docked In Jereay CILv and will not sail on the return Journey until July 6 In order! to enable H to take part In the Fourth of July celebration — Th name of the vgi has not yet been mad public but It Is under- stood tha French liner Leopoldint will b used Bud Fisher wulM you INflNlTfSlMAL ‘StecitHeW Of BActetSfA’ Retorn For May 26th Were To Be Official) The final word came Utt night The promoters of the ‘show said there was no choice— take me date of the 38th or leave the bout go to the winds What could Pit-kington and McMahon do? They couldn't or catt’t cast aside an opportunity of participating tn & show which will mean perhaps 01600 to them Theirs is the boxing game— hey must accept whatever dates are offered especially after the original date has been Changed three or four tihies Ptlklngton and McMahon feel worse about this conflict of dates than one can imagine They are both very partial to the Acorn club and wire mighty anxious to see that organisation coming affair a decided iueces They had both agreed and gladly to officiate On that night The Flash was to have been tha referee and Dennle with M J Doran waa to have blen a judge Everyone surely Is sincerely sympathetic with both parties to the conflict and it is earnestly hoped that the Acorn club cm see fit to postpone their show to another date The following written by us early in th evening before the final announcement was made still goes: "Up to last night Ptlklngton and McMahon had not agreed with the New Haven promoters on the exact date of the Shugrue go In th Arena The question and the trouble comes from the 26th the night on which the Acorn A C will stage its amateur carnival In the town hall And that it the date wanted by the promoters and by Joe Shugrue who handles th business for his brother Johnny who has been ill and who needs all squeexable time in which to recuperate The Meriden parties to the contract abject vigorously to the 26th their reasons being sincere desire to in no way hurt the Acorn show and also a wish to have all Meriden people possible at tbs ringside Consequently there Is a deadlock The promoters tremble at th thought of again asking the commission to sanction another change of data We can understand their trembling And Joe Shugrue won t stand for any night earlier In Ihe week on the grounds that Johnny needs every extra minute in which to completely recover from his nines And what Is to b the rasult? If there Is no change If the New Haven show is run on the 26th the Acorn club will be hit mighty hard And the Pllklngton-fihugrue box office will suffer somewhat Of course th Arena card will not be the great loser that the Aeorna will be But if if is In any way possible we do hope that Pllkfngton and McMahon will b able to arraag a shift of tha Naw Haven data from the 26 th Real assured you Aeorna that Charlie and Dennle will do all In (heir power Of course they can't throw aside a bout which will 'mean more than 01006 to them No one not even the president of the Acorn club would expect tMl Hues of humming birds differ in different parts of th world but those In Arizona are perhaps the most brilliant MOBXIAU Uiufcb rMUm twf Hernia ®W tl-ta Crewe Sa fltiiiittiitii ta th past aWaa al nea VsaaiatJ rat aar tea ass at 1ST '-”" tSNtvcnW hy artw HfwSlra a ib-Hty (a right au a trash eWnfUaa arWa he agu Uhtra -t: a ease ga far ttaa S rar ahaalasrijr lv Advance Stas l aaHaa

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