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fHE DAILY PANTAGRAPH, ELOOMINGTON, ILK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY SO, 1923. jLATESTNEWS FROM THE SPORTIwr. WORLdI CLIFFORD E. HORTON NAMED ATHLETIC CHIEF A T NORMAL Former Ohio Wesleyan Athlete, University at Worceiter. Mm. Is Selected by Board to Sue-cd Harry Russell at State University as Athletic Director and H:ad Coach. Clifford E. Horton, at present L former OH. Wl,y. university uthleto ha. been app0mt.7dir. Jo of Uletlca and hit coach ut the Illinois State Normal .VL-i ' ?! "n, ""1 i . .w.,, .... vwjii.ivvi ,ducatlon In Chicago yesterday. The new director will take up his iut. hero September 1. He U at present employed at Clarke imivtraity as baseball coach, but has also coached football and basketball, md has a most excellent record as a sentor and executive. An unusual coincidence in connec. tlon with tne appointment of Mr. Horton la that his predecessor, Harry Ruoeil. who recently resigned, Is to ,o to tne aame university nis sua-o,iior is leaving, having accepted a portion as basketball coaoh and as-listant in the other branches of sport it Clarke several weeka ago. Excellent Record as Athlete, Mr. Clarke Is a graduate of Ohio Wealeyan university at Delaware. Ohio, where be wound up four years of athletic competition In whirlwind style, from Ohio Wesleyan he went to Springfield Training college at Springfield, Mass., where he complel-1 their course, later doing graduate work at Clarke also. He is 30 years of ge. He has been recommended very highly to President Felmley, who be-liivea him the best fitted for the Normal position of the forty-seven applicants for the post. The job at jvormal not only in cludes the actual eoachlng of the teams, but teaching of classes In coaching and physical education, the university receiving many calls each aprlng for young men to go out as teachers and eoaches. Russell on Job Twelve Years. Harry Russell, whom he succeeds tt Normal has been director of ath- latics and coach at the state school ; lines m. in naa fawver naa wnat ai considered 'extraordinary material, but his teams have always given a good account of themselves, and apyeral times the Teachers have been la the running for the basketball championship. In 1914, it was the Normal school that bowed to Wes-leyan's great basketball team of that season in the championship game at ths Jtloomlngton Y. M. C. A., and In 1818 at l'eorla, the Teachers lost the title to Bradley. Attain at Hock Is land in 1920 they made a spirited bid for the bunting only to lose out In the seml-flnals. The 'Varsity club has promised to gft behind Mr. Horton In a determined fashion, and he Is promised a royal welcome when he arrives in the fall to take up his new post. Here and There Ear! Zook of Felrhurv. van warn an Important firure In Waslevan ath. I'tio circles a few years back Is Cloalng us hie career at Beilianv onll.r. TV... 1.1..1.1. I-T .,.r..T" ov, ..sa r 11 ."' in wuuimini atyle. Zook recently made the ino yard dash In ten flat, and the 220 yard dash la 24 flat. Coarh Eaaterdav ' n,n,nv .wn... rrnl. ..... s number of points In the state meet He never eomnntnit In tmrlt here - . . j Aiv.ia .uiuith 111 .aiiuiv but was an excellent football and kaiehail player. Zook la a member Of the Phi flam nlt fratamltv at Wesleyan. J. C. Hannntv nnpli IIa fit 4hA Tsrre Haute, Ind. Star was a Bloom-f-gton caller yesterday. He Is making he porthern swing around the rnree-Eye circuit with the Huts. 'rre Haute la hull.lln. Han . 100 municipal stadium to take care Jf He high school, college and pro-feaeional athletics, and in time hopes star some of University of Indiana's bigger events, which now is 10 Indianapolis, anils Barley, Empire township's i'isr athlete and winner of the die fus throw at the state meet nd "wet of the Interacholastlcs In this Mctlon of the state will enter Illinois "ssleyan university In the fall. He " also a football and basketball man nd ahould develop Into a corking rood man for the Methodiets. Arthur Howey, left hand pitcher fecured from Ludlngton In a deal ist winter, and John McAlplne. the Promising young shortstop who hails from the west coast have been released by Peoria. Howey developed a sore arm which tended to keep him out of the game for several weeks, while MeAlplne needs Just a 'We mora experience In baseball before he will qualify for a regular Position In a Class B loop. Bob Coleman, the former Terre Haute boss, has his San Antonio flub In the first division down In the T"es league. Mandy Brooks Is still clouting he ball at a terrlflo clip with the "olumbu club. Charley Dressen, with Paul, , 0 hitting 'em hard. "nth are graduates from the Peoria Three-Eye club. rree Swimming Lessons Attracting the Boys The series of free swimming tes-Jons to be gtven by the Y. M. C. A. the boys of this city, who do not "now how to swim. Is attracting a lot pr attention, and Physical Director U D. Curtis announced yesterdsv that 'n all 2(0 had made application for the lessons. These lessons are open to all boys n the city and all that Is necessary " secure the Instruction, Is a re-1"et at the "T." Awarded Medal Cetumbtts, O. May 29. C Kftl Workman of Huntington. W. Va., r"rmr Quarterback on Ohio Btate'e rothai teem and a member of the '"33 baseball equad today was warded the big ten echolsrshlp med-1... r combined excellence In ath- SilCB anil .AhnlaMhl. Th. M.al la I-..J- I -' .vtm- 4111 MVJ - Now Baseball Coach at Carle baseball coach n..i.. Horton was w,U tl. .go and th. e was taken by the atat board of League Standings Tbrie-Ifa, Won. j Ifjitur Terre Hint . LOOMIN0T0N . rw.ria Kf.n.till. ..." Rorklord . . I.nat til 10 in 10 111 14 18 In 1? IS :o jo in ST .IS .soo .Rrt. .641 .14 0 . .IS ..12 ..Il ..11 .litS .11)0 .441) LuniiU. ".I '. '. ' ' ! ' ' ' 7 .304 Pet. .T87 .695 .5JS .Anil .487 Nlnl, Nfw York . I'lttahurgU , ilrooklju , , I'hicat.i . , , Rt. l.ouii , , But on , , . , f iniunnati Phi lad, if 1,14 t .1!) .11 .10 .18 .15 .444 .420 .!!70 Pet .TU .lift .ISO .480 .441 .894 .856 10 American. Nw York , l'hiitrUiiihui f'ltvtianj , , I'ttroit , , , , ft- I.uii . , W at h in gtai rhirago . . , lioaicn . . . , Was, ..if ..30 ..it ft 14 1 19 IS 20 :o WHUtTS VISTiaDAV. Amwlctn AitMlMlon. fw ri'i. 13: Mlw.uka., 8. Minneapolis S; 8t. Paul, 6. Only to ma .cnaduled. ettMoniai pay aaaus. THrw-Iyt, Iwuirtlto it Bloomlnston. Title U.ui. i I'.orli. Jjuiiil. t Molln.. P.uuu t Hoaafoi. Nsiieaai, Puilidilphii it Bn.ua. Cliiuio t rituburih. CinaDutl i St. I.nU. Biook). ii ew ClxtUnfl .1 OhiuiD. Itatios t t'hiM.lphli. Ht LouU it 1'otiolt htm Jork ii WuWnites. BIO TEN tTANOINS. W. I. Pit. lcMn I o 1.000 Okii stats a j .750 lllln.il j 4 fjj Wlie.nilo g 4 556 ' S 4 .420 Purdue , j 4 uS Northwntsra ,143 MImmiu t 4 .JJJ isslaea 1 4 ,200 Chi"! 1 1 .111 Victorious Golf Team Returned on Majestic New York, May 29 Ten memburs of the victorious American Walker cup golf team which defeated a Frltlth team at Bt, Andrews. Scot- land, In defense of tht International Itmnhn M ie mA 11 --.i..j ..j... Jl""' ' " -""u -u.jf ,u, 1. 1 .,. Jn Majestic. Tn team wal welcomed by a rtele Igatlon headed bv Wyant D. Va nrter. pool, vice president ot the V. 8. Golf Association; Howard F. Whitney, former president: and Qeorsie H Walker, donor of the trophy bearing his name, but due to the desire ot the players to return to their homes as quickly as possible. Diana for a reception here tonight were cancelled. J. F. Byeis. of Pittsburgh, presl dent of the 17. 8. O. A, who acoom- raniad the Invaders, and Robert A. Gardner of Chicago, team captain, were entnusiastia over tho American vfc'tory which was scored by the narrow margin of six. mntches 10 live, with one match tied. Particular praise waa accorded the achievements of iranlo Oulmet veteran Boston star, and Dr. O. F. wining, the Portland. Oregon, den. tlst, whose playing waa a sensation ot tne invasion, ommet brought back a silver replica of the St. Geortte's challenge cup, the trophy at stake tn a preliminary tournament which he won by defeating Dr. Willing la a piay-orr. Oulmet announced he Intended to compete In both the national amateur championship at Flossmoor, III., and tne national open title event at In wood. Long Island, while Jesse Sweetser, national amateur king, declared that scholastic duties at Yale would keep him from defending his laurels In tbs metropolitan amatsur championship at 6lwanoy In June. Other roturnlng members of the team were Jack Neville, ef San Francisco; George V. Botan of Houston, Texas; Harrison R. John ston of Bt. Taul; 8. Davison Herron of Chicago; Fred Wright. Jr., of Los Angeles; and Max Marston of Phil. adelphia. Guy M. Standlfer, Washing. ton, D. C player also was with the party. Reginald M. Lewis ef Green. wlch, Conn., who played In th British title event, will return later. Wesleyan and Millikin In Battle This Morning In order to avoid a conflict with the double-header at Fans Field this afternoon. Athletic Director A. B. Wlmberley of Wesleysn University announced last night that the Wes-leyan-MIUIkln game would be played this morning at ten o'clock at Wilder Field. Unless there Is mora rainfall this morning the field will be In good shape, It Is believed. Raymond Imlg, who has been pitching euch consistent ball for the North Slders all season will work for the Green and White clan, and former Captain Ffeffer will be Wann's choice. A New Ceaeh. Balem. Ore May .9 President C. G. Doney ot Wllllnmett university announced that the university has employed Ray Rathbun, now an athletic coach at Oregon Agricultural col lego, Corvallls, as coach for Willamette next season. Rathbun will Ctca figx a .a.nii.aiiiiabmajiiLiiLftii o o CLOSEUPS 0NU.A.C. BASEBALL TEAMS HaHer of H. W. a Star Twirler BY FRED YOUNG. APERVILLE, May worth-West cm college Is rep-resented by on of the strongest teams In Us history mis spring and an unique fact about Coach Saxton's team, which has won seven out of tin games. Is that thorn is only one Illinois lad on the a varsity nine. Edward Claus of Ottwa. has the distinction of being the only native son that has been able to "make" the Napervllle 'varsity this spring. Claus is a member of the class of 1924 and plays right field. This Institution draws from all over the United States as a peak at the personnel will show. While out cf the championship race because of early season defeats there Is no question but that Coach II. T. Faxton has one of the best ball elubs in the conference at the present time. Halter a Star Twirler. In Clarence Halter, '25. Eaxton has one of the very best, if not the strongest twlrlers in the Illinois eon-ference. Halter, who hails from Fort Wayne, Ind., has been a member of the squad two years and it can be tiuthfully said, North Western men tell me, that he deserves most ot the credit for the remarkable showing the! INDIANS STEP ON WHITE SOX, 64 Cleveland Players Concentrate TTieir Attack and Piled Up Early Lead. NAYL0R WINS ANOTHER Chicago, May 29 Cleveland concen. trated its attack in the third and sixth Innings and plied up a safe lead for Covelskie, who won six to four 5ss tweeted uirrJ: a ,,nB"' first runs, and Mosul's error followed ny tnree nits, gave them the others. nd for the retirement of Rnhertann. Scorei nmlinJ-. A H. R. n. P.O. A. w.mh. '2b.' .;;;";:;:! t ! ! 2 niwiiker, of 3 q 4 j iiiiii i Siunmt. rf. . . Ii! " ! 7 8 H. P.O. A. 12 0 J. 8.W.II, m. I.utJk., i . , Mutt. a. . . . . Cof.ittkif, B. :::::. Total) .... ,.9 A 11. ...S , ... ,. .1 ...4 .. ...4 ...4 ,..4 ...a ...0 .. .1 , . .0 ...I Hooiiar, rf. . ai'K'l.ii.n. (olllm, ad, ., 1 ; i a t !! 11 Moitil. ot. , . . tiiinljf, lb. ., r a 11. hftmm. 0b. i 1 A 0 1 0 ftotulk. Ki.lHiruoD, p. Btrunk T. Bl.nkinthlD. E1U ...... ToUli :'crV 5. s,h. " ' 14 Bitted (or 7, niiukuuolp la (th. r'.'elind ttttciau . , . .no. 00s onn t . .000 uou t)31 t Two tM hltl. I,utk 2, MrOt.llan; thr. i "". "uiu. tun, urow.ri itules Una J. S.! rirnei, H.mbv, CoUiiii; d.bi. J 1'.L,1t'"u','"r - "! mnk.n.h,p nan, in t; loams iitub.r. Kobaruoa; uwuuai ton. wllj waI Ornubjii urn,, 1.41. ' muv"m' W- Bayna a Putxle to Tigers. . Mlch" M,y "--Detrolfs inability to solve Uayne's pitchina v.iani aoaays game with ft Ioul f to S. Shocker and Hoik way, who started the game were driven inm me dox early. Shocker remain- m mru part of the second, while Holloway was withdrawn before two oui in me nrst. Francis, whoee suspension was llftol today, pitched well until relieved l.y a pinch bitter in the eighth. Score: St Inl 1 n. P.O. A. B. Toran, 11 , , t n 1 I 1 0 Ss';::::::::.::! tl N S 8.Tralil. e. HoharHon Sh, EILrha. Sb. . . &hl.irnar, lb. Hhofkar, pw . . Viyua, p. ... st. e ee . tl a I 1 S 1 I ! ..1 A an. S .......is o O I I "i 10 sr ta Total. .. rutrolt A a. H. P.O. A. lilncji. H. X IU, fobb. V.tnh. IP. Kmh.rilli, If. lililmann yf, I'ritt. Sb. . . I'uuhiw, lb. lUul.r, a. . . Woodlll, a. . Ilellowir, p. Kranrtf. p. . f?J. P "atuuoa u o 0 A J O ISA las 1M A i 0 ... .. .0 ...0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 Tntita Pit Tattle I'.troii . 4AA eni 1f)ft 20 0U0 000-4 fiarhar "" wrwej pin tutl. WUllam.. PKU. aiana; to a gehl.ikaar Tobln ta Oatbar. Wtol ! Hit Support Saved Him. Washington. May tl se,aiK,m.i support accorded Hoyt who waa hit bard enabled New Tork to take the e-roa or ui series from Washington today, to 1. Bucoes-slve singles by Meusel, Pehsng, Ward and Scott oft Zaehary, and Witt's hit off Russell, who relieved Zaehary gave the Yankees sufficient runs to win In the second Innlnsr. reiin. paugh, Mjusel and Ward mad spec v... u 1. 1 1. a . orrira; New Tork 030 601 6064 it a Wsshlngton ... 100 010 6001 19 1 Hoyt and Scrana: Zacharr. tin.. sell, Zahnlser and Oharrlty, Ruel. Six Straight tor Naykr. Philadelphia. May 19 Rnin. v... lor wen hla alxth straight game of tne season today when he twirled Philadelphia to a t to 1 victory over Boston. Naylor blanked the Ked go until the ninth, when a double fev Q team has made the past two years. In his two seasons on the Napervllle "varsity, has allowed his opponents an average of less than four hits per game in over twenty con-tests. He baa also averaged ten strikeouts per game for his last twenty performances. In a recent game against Wheaton he atruckout twenty of his opponents, and he also has a no 'it, no run trame to his credit against Monmouth. His latest ftat was to shut out Knox, 5 to 0. Kuechel Good First Baiemsn. Baxton has a nifty first sacker In Albert Kuechel, 'it, of Orange, Cat the town that produced Hank Pot ter, Illinois' little basketball captain He hit .444 in his first twelve games last year and Is hitting .885 to date nn" season. The remainder of the Nerth-West-trn Indeld Is made up of Harold Hof '25. of Hampton, la., who plays sec- "iu mae; Weimar Schmidt, of interne, .vis., on third, and Donald Wadewitz, of Racine, Wis., shortstOD another frosh. The outfielders are Claus who Plays right! Joyce ninerlrh nip City, Mich., who plays center, ani who Is a member of the class of 19"6 and Lster Kief of Racine. senior who tends the left garden. Harrison Kaiser. '23, of North Da. Kota, is the regular receiver and a good man. Utllltv nlaver. Lester Granner '2i: linh.t w.u.. '23, and Albert Relckman, '20. ABBREVIATED GO WON BY COMMIES Fitzgerald's Drive Over Center field Fence Helps Decatur In Beating Moline. LANDRY WILD AS A HAWK Moline, 111., May . Fitigerald'a drive over center field fence with two on base and two down In the first, a walk and three successive - ---"" "nu 1111.cn in me ' save uecatur v. Wright's double in the ffra aft.. Coltrln and Sykes had singled ac. counted for the first Plow tally. Bach side tallied In seventh. wiimu knocking a homer but the game was tueo in tne last naif with one down on account of rain and score reverted cn liming", Daratur- Rrauaen, 3a , , MoCoUiitar, fk Qrnw, w filbert, If. . . , an b. r o. t. n rttiglriH, rf. . Iir.im.r lk . Millar, .1. . , :::! ...A ...a tlilitrait, Frymiu, S t S TaUU . , MctHB Mfjeri, 'o!triu. 11. vki. 'lb , Vright, Sb Kliai.dlinf , Msvrtiw, cf. ..33 T A B. R H, f .O. iiiiiil Hi I ....... U I 0 0 on, ii s la. rf. a mond. n, i I'HIJ, B. $ joan. llanmu Totlll 31 ( IS t 0 Tnitur klulun ano sia 1 110 UOO X . Jlotna run. minarikj; two-tww hit. VPrlfM noubi. piny, lutiiiMuiui to Htiindluif to CoUnni n,k lut, bf Kryuiaq j, by ll.muiwid , ba nn balli, vift (rymta 8, off lUimuond a, olt Hilubury ll uiiiiii liilrbrr. alilnauli loaii.a Pllclier, Hammond; vild pitrbH. Fryman tlam-iiviit; pawed balla. l.eu, M.andlmi; kilts, aff Miuiaau a in i-m inning, on llajutuoad a in 4 i l, at SaUakut. u In 1 I I. -" Landry Wild and Rex Lose. Rookford. 111., May !. Landry la-aued eleven pataea and hit one bats-man and tt only needed a few safe, ties In addition to enable the Dan-vlllea to win. The work of Rice, Hullswltt and Waeem of the Veter. ana and of the Rockford outfield were features. Bcoret PantUJa A B. 1 dj. el. .i i Hie tk 1 Itiitaaim 3k .....4 I Vlaaaui. 11. I 6 HtuiW if. I & it r a 4. i i I I 0 1 raturtoa. a. ;;;; I Miliar. lb llalbar. jUl.libmrb, p. IaiianUaht ., Ilrlbarairl. p. lutton, p. . . 7;;:;! 1 1 a 0 0 6 Total. 11 a Bitled (or Hsfanbratk la slolb. Kockfotd A 8. It H. r.0. A. ! ' ! urank n. ,.. 1 Uaiuira, of. 0 link, at I ptokaj, a. L''. ft. m,. f taka. b '.'.'.'.I 0 f ....0 0 0 H 6 6 Mmlry, p. Hib .. "UaiOaTOTe Totals Totals in 4 10 IT Ha I. tad far tudrf is ninth. 1 Pu.liw ttacktwd . .Anl 1AA 6A a ..100 (101 0004 Two-haw Bit Dapandahll kama ran, Tttrsik; atal. baaai, lira, Stllrkaf. il'iulra; laft Mm.. Uantill. 14, Korklonl t, doubl. pliy. n aa.a ta 1'att.rron. i.lbi ta ilulanltt ta kltlWr. nrant to CiLaka to Wallan: Imm ... k.ll. oil lUianbrneu S off Mriharnlrk 1. off lAndry 11; itntrl aut, by HaiHihruek 5, n lndif ! vile pltha. Raiaiihrurb, Landril bit bj eilrh.r. ki Uodri ( Cauwaon) 1 Liu, off Hasan, orach 10 Ml t innloai. aff Hflbarnlrk panad in. oniy sua ai laniiis. 1 ntchad tat ( Hutton 6 la 1 Larta Hurls Good Ball Willis Larti waa airtight In the plnchea Monday afternoon and Bloomlngton High handed University High a T-l drubbing at Wilder Field. The Purple and Gold bate, men had better luck In bunching the safe ones n Mohar with U. High's errors. The two clubs will play again Friday at Normal. Soar by Inninat v. h. r. ... ioooroooo-1 i 4 u M. B. ... 1 10 10 0 0 1 x 7 Mohar and Fatten; Larti Casner. T 1 and Cleasen Oett Hawaii Chicago, May J Nell Blslsdell. aouthpaw pitcher from Honolulu and a graduate from the University of Hawaii reported to Manager Gleason ot the White Box today. counted a run. Piclnlch waa removed from the game In the fifth for dieputlng a decision by Umpire Rowland. Boston 600 600 0011 4 I Phllsdelphla ... 010 101 OOx 1 I 1 riercy. Q'Doul and Piclnlch. Wal. BOB KINSELLA TO JOIN BLOOMERS Son of Giants Scout Jackson' Clan at Side Today. to Join South ONE OUTFIELDER TO GO Bob Klnstlla, formerly the property of the New Tork Giants and son of the noted Mctiraw s'-out, will become a Bloomer today. Announcement of the signing of the former Giant was made last nlaht bv Man ager W. H. Jackson, following a long distance telephone conversation with rapa jvinsella. Young Klnsella, who was purchased from the Little Hock, Ark., club y the Giants three years ago, is rated a fast boy, a smashing outfielder, and will it is expected furnish a punch that the club has been lacking. Just what Klnsella's coming means to the club cannot be foretold at this time, but It looks like one outfielder would go, and It would surprise no one to see Dan Beal be the unfortunate athlete. Could Pip; Murphy on Third. Altho Manager Jackson would not state last night what his plans wers, it would surprise no one to see J. Franklin Murphy assigned to the far corner. Klnsella taking left field, and Holloway, right The lanky Florida youth bae been crowning the ball ot late, and looks like a very much lm-proved ball player in general this spring. Jackson seems to have changed his style of hitting effeotlve. ly and the result la that the base knocks are coining regularly. Heal, on the other hand, is an ln-and.outer, and has been a disappointment. Kinsella has always had a aood ioh ever since he broke Into professional uHseoaii. Ha was first "farmed" to Indianapolis, and last year he was sent to the International league on an options! agreement. Ihe "break" between the m.lor. and AA's made It necessary to make a rhanfFA ihla In.ln. (. n .4 u. ..... 1 1 17 c. , 1 . 111, naa UI11 to fealt Lake. With Duffy Lewis Wllholt and Strand all available. Halt Lake could spare him handily, and Jackson started negotiations fur his services here Monday when Papa Kinsella made a trip here to look over the Bloomers. Heots and Trautweln. Manager Jackson's pitching choice today will probably be Hoots and Trautweln in the Memorial Day double header with the Kvas. This gives Evergreen City fans hopes of enjoy-ing a gala holiday, A. It. Tearney, president of the Three-Eye and Western Ieanues came down from Chicago yestarduv in wit ness the game with Terre llauie but was disappointed by the rain. He Called UIIOIl Prenldanr fl,.rl. 1. Goelzer and some of the local mag-' iinicB arm ansr a pnej visit left for Peoria where he is to witness today's games with the Tots. President Tearney was optimlstlQ about the league and predicted a very successful Beu. son. He agreed to come to Bloom, tngton later in the year. AURORA BOY IS HONOR SlUDENT AT WISCONSIN Madison, Wis.. May St. (Special.) Gustav K. Tebell of Aurora, 111., has been awarded the University of Wisconsin intercollerinta. nuii.i -..- all-around eervico to his alma ma. ter tn both scholarship and ath. lellca, It was announced tonight by Director Thomas H. Jones. The award which la rnr,i.i one of the highest possible to attain ni university or Wisconsin was made un mo recommendation of the faculty, athletic council and athletic board and cornea as a reward for four years of real service to the Badgers. Tebell besides malnt&tninir . scholasilo standard has won seven Aarsity letters, three in football as and, three In basketball as hh ..h after three years ot hard work won H. nucr in unaanau mis spring. Tebell, who has worked his way through college by serving as night jannor at tne university cvmnaalum is a product ot West Aurora high school at Aurora, 111., and Is a mam- Der of Delta Kapna Eosillnn. u. captained the Badgers in basketball taai winter ale le hoverlnar between aav.r.i . fera to coach or a Into hnaina.. ... fall, 1 Yanks and Aces Winners in "Y" League Tuesday IN Uf. I Pet Yanks 4 1 White 8ox S t Acea 2 8 Bacon Bringera 1 4 .800 .600 .400 .200 The hard hlttlna? Whit, aw .. their Waterloo last evening, the Aces turning the trick. Ragged fielding and the failure to bit the Aces' new hurler cost the 801 the conteeu Their defeat last night practically ellml. nates the Pale Hose aa contenders for first honors. Hagood and Bod-man were the main causa for the downfall of the loeers. q Aoea 11a TS1 011 ii a White Box 101 131 ft s a Rodman and Gail: BhlaMa tv.k.-.. and Wilson. Bacon Brlpigera Beaten. The closing game was onnnal v.. the Yanks, due to the forfeiture of the vawnwvpirsi i no contest ended at the close ot the third atansa with the Tanks holding a alle-ht la.it n. cauae the regulation five Innings were not completed the oftlaial score can' not be taken aa a true status ot the contestants. Yanks , Ill a T 4 I 4 and Bacon Bringera 100 I Murray and Luna.. si..i,. Rhea, ' Fut Up Hendteme Trophy TtOme. Mav 11 Am..l... a baieador Child has offered to Uie O ymplo committee, through Tremler Muaaolinl. a solid golj Roman w....h,,,, troPhy to be awarded he Italian sporta club moat die-tlnarulsh nsr iteelf in ih. t.i.i. ... .t. Olympic reman. Lyneh and Mintresl B stile. Providence, R. j.. May M -Joe Lynch, world bsntamwelght er.am-plon. and Young Montreal of the city, fought a ten round no decl-aion bout here tonight, a they fought at catch weights. Liachs sfrWafaaj Li' PIRATES CAPTURE UPHILL STRUGGLE Chicago Used Four Pitchers and Pittsburg Used Th: ree Moundsmen. RECRUIT WINS FOR DODGERS Pittsburgh, May 2 Pittsburgh won an uphill game today defeating Chicago 7 to . The Pirates took the lead In the fifth Inning by driving In five runs. Chicago tied the sccre In the seventh but the Pirates added another In their half of the inning. Chicago used four pitchers and Pitt, burgh three. Grimm missed his first game of the season owing to slight injuries received In an automobile accident on his way home after ur-rlvlng from Chicago. Kcore: Chin.,, SUata. of. . , ll!lo:her. as. (Irantliaio, Ub. Minnatt, lb, Kribcrg, Sb. flll.r If. . . . A ..... ,n s H. P 0. A. 1 1 1 i ft 4 llathPota, rf. oiitn; Alaianil.r, "i, p. a..... W.n '....... ...t Nteuland, p. I'allaihin , Dumoiicu, p. , , , S5 10 34 7 1 Haltad for K,an in 7,1. Hailed fot dteuliwl in th. ritt.bunh a.B. R. M.ranrill., M. h r 0. A. 1 I h i v ,l.j, CI. , , hiab.., u . rtusl, ff. , Traynnr lb. I:n. lb. ... Raalinn, gb. ai'linjldt, q, , Adam., p. , . "nehl.r, p. . HnliJ, p. .. Totals rhlcafo ., l'UUburih ., 8 4 0 :::. 1 i t ..... J I 10 0 1 O e i t ! 0 0 0 1 s jS 7 13 II IS J 102 AAA lAO S 1UU USD 10a 7 ii.w.,MM.11"' P'lloi'h.r, Krlhari; Uirra baa. t" "'""'' f"fh, iluu.il i ;tol an pVw! . i'ij-. nawnnaa w R.na i lift I". I bicalo 6, Piuatnirik t: tain "b bllli, off Stauland 1,' hsonj 1, CS a,.,.-.aL".' B,"'"4 i tiita, oft id... t. ,ni a . in i . 1, ;, n'M: n" t k,t"f . a-)l! tit b. ,th .7.7 a..a"-"--",T'". wliinuil plteh.r. Uaiby'l baint pjlrtn, StlVad; smi.im, itcCxirmiBh and Hart,, tint, l"0? Weeruit Wins For Roblnsen , a-.- - ur tHiriisrr 1 Mirtniiii New York, May 23-Krank Henry, recruit southpaw, nltched TtiwiWivn to a three to noihina- ihui..,, ...... 1110 worm S cnamnlon Vno V..1, - '.HI UI1I V..U...VO luuay in nis nrst start ng a major leaguer. He held the Giants live mis. enree nr ivhich w.M me scratcn var ntv. ,hn. .u. . - ......... " V , v. Dodgers battled McQuil'an hard. It orooaiyns second straight victory over the chamnlons. The Itrooklyn ...... 600 110 100- 1J 0 Nw York .... 000 000 Ann a a 1 Henry and Detiarrv i,.n,,u'.. . I , ' V ' ,11,11 Jounnard and Snyder Reds Cop Tiahl Game St. Louis, Mo., May Jl Cincinnati uoiraien ni, jxitils In the seoond sumo or me series today J to S The visitors scored the winning (al'y in mo aeventn wnen IJonohue in-l.,i went to second on Hums' on bsger "ta nume nn uaunert s safety. Ir. iihourth' I,ou,h nlt ,nl0 ,h rlsht field etanda fur a homer, scorinu he-hind Duncan who had single.!. a?oro: Bum., rf .' n h r O. A. Si.ub.rt, lb. "inran, If. I"dih, -f. lhn., 3 b, I'm, Hi, h. r.T.nrr. h. Il.rir..., r. fiunoliue, p. Tolala . . Bl. I.'.iiia-null. If. . Flai-k il. . 0 n 4 A 1 :::::::::::, I I .4 , ,94 A II. ''.'.II 1 , .A a 117 is 1 II P.O. A. K 11 11 TiTorp.r, 3b. A II 4 0 II 11 0 0 A 0 a 1 0 A 0 A A 0 A l.'ilt'inil.y, Stoik, aii. , Mrm. vl, . rr.ll.il, at. Olainon., 1. sli.rd.1, p. "II, p. . . . Dvw . ; ; . MrCurdj T.ala lb. H.ll' f., p., ......1.1 .rt . . . 1 r e n.iiaa j ,, irmau in 8th. ' '.... .-1 in am rinHnn.tl 8t. i,ouia . one jne ins. ' ",0U 004 O01 Bihn.. glorl: bom. ,. Two ban hiu. "riflr. 1111. S ; by fienohu. k. .."a'-T. i. " na.TOI S. S. 11 1 . M,n,k .... In $ Inmn.., "."Ton." In T,b?rb:h,'?,i br Whu. f sm.th, in.-Tii ,MJiL',Lr?'t;1!'' a nnawi, a. a... . . . Brsves Teok Both. Boston. May M Boston .,. v.... jarr.ea from Philadelphia today The first waa lnna.lv m...... .. "r , i,. ... ' io 7, out tne eecond was nn s a t... ' .... ?oub.e with the b.... Vun7n"L' nrat ,"."w,h- Mlller ."'r.t ' ea.on In the sec. fkpeif i.? flrBt thr m,n "ho freed him slntled and two of them runs of the game. Score: R. h. K first aame Philadelphia Hoston ...... tn ooo oio t ia 131 o:o iox io is w.irneii, Bisnop, Hubbsil and Wl on; Rudolph. Benton and Oowdy. Second game: rnuaaeiphla ... too 000 0001 ... OftO AAA Alt I 0 I 1 Mil- uoeton Winters. Bahsn and wti.. lap . . -. . . "uii. . , v.oMi,.r ana 1 1 iMsn. sdgere Defeat Butler. Madlaon, Wis., May 19 The Unl-verslty of Wisconsin this afternoon defeated the Butler college nine by a score of 10 to . The Butler came confident of victory after disposing of the University of Chicago and t,!'l.th! ' "nt" 'h alxth Inning Plckford for Wisconsin pitched consistent ball and had the edge on his opponents ail the way. The score: Hutler 100 001 000 t T 1 Wisconsin .... 000 001 4lx10 11 8 Blaughter. Ewlng and Hungale: Plckford and Ashenbren.ier. Meet Beneen Today EI Paao. 111.. May II. PMnanlat i Coach Steve turner's undefeated Kl Paeo Townshlo high school ball club meets the Hanson high school nine. here tomorrow In a snanlil M.mn,i.i day attraction at three o'clock. Roberts or B'lmpert will hurl for the Turner elsn. - ' a Ta Big Ten Meet Ceaeh Harry Hill of Orldle bh Lynn Blaberna leave today in the former'a car for Ann Arbor. Mich., to aee the Bit Ten track and Held meet aiuraay. e Ohio Bey Honored Kaiton, Ta.. May "I Thomas . Wiiiiame of Portamouth. Ohio. elected captain of the Lafiv. FISTS FLY AS LEONARD WINS World! Lightweight Champ Ac cused of Hitting Pinkey While He Was Resting. THE BATTLE IN DETAIL Chicago, May ti OP) Benny Leonard, world'a lightweight cham pion, knocked out Pinkey Mitchell of Mllwau" In t'i last round cf a scheduled ten round conteat here tonight. The fight em'.'d In a riot which atarted when Richie Mitchell, brother of the Milwaukee challenger, flew Into Referee Davy Miller, bitting him a right and left to the head. Richie Mitchell claimed Leonard hit Pinkey while the Milwaukee boxer was resting on one knee while Referee Miller was counting over him. In less than thirty seconds the ring was swarming with frantic spectators, and thirty or forty fist fights set In before the police could clear the ring with their clubs. In the height of the rlnrslde excitement, Richie Mitchell waa thrown out of the ring by the police, who also grabbed Billy Mitchell, brother-manager of the Milwaukee boxer. There were so many flat fights In the ring, and around the ringside that the police could not restore order be.j (ore ten minutes bad elapsed. Leonard outboxed and outalugged Mitchell thruout the contest with the exception o; the eighth and ninth 1 rounds. Mitchell fought a defensive battle, wal ng to nail the champion! with a right hand tunch. Leonard waa forced to do most of the lead-i Ing In the early rounds, while Mitchell contended himself with counter-1 Ing. The Battle In Deteil. In the first round Leonard and Mitchell feinted for at least thirty seconds before the champion led with a left hook to the chin. Mitchell boxing defensively, declining to lead. Leonard connected solidly with two lefts and a right to the chin. Mitchell remained on the defen-slvs In the second, forcing Leonard to do all the leading, but neither landed effectively. In the third Leonard reached Mitchell with a right hand punch to the chin and received two sqlid rights to the chin In return. Leonard shook Mitchell up with a Jolting right to the chin In the fourth and Mitchell returned it only to receive a left and right to the head. Leonard ripped into Mitchell's body In an attempt to draw his guard out. Ieonnrd was ahead and boxing nicely in the fifth. He tried for a left and right to the chin, but Mitchell backed out of danger. Con-ttnulng hla defensive battle. Mitchell boxed cautiously la the sixth waiting to nail Leonard with the right hand. Le inard outacored, his foe In body punching In this1 round. I Mitchell Forced Him. .1 Leonard started the seventh land-I Ing a left to the chin and Mitchell! forced him Into the ropes for an ex-1 citing rally .but did no damage. Mitchell opened up the eighth and traded light left hanJs with the1 champion,. Leonard missed In his attempts to hook left to body. Mitchell had Leonard backing! away and In danger In the ninth ! round aa a result of landing fouri right smashes to the chin. ! In the tenth Ieonard came out of his corner and backed Mitchell Into I the open. When they reached the' center of the ring, Leonard ripped Cepyrlfbi 11) Hart cfcsflaer The Day For Remembering Through the hushed music of our devotions today, comeg the faint clamor of forgotten guns. Those gun once menaced our country, our homes, ourselves, but heroes stood between. Yountr liveg, hid down at Gettysburg, on San Juan hill and in the Argonne, paid for our peace and liberty. iO THIS IS THE DAY . TOR RIMIMBESINa. Griesheim's "Hart Bohaffner t Marx Fine C'ethet to the ehla. flooring Mitchell. ie attempted to get up and drew a leg under htm. resting on his right knee. Leonard attempted to punch him. but Referea. Miliar 'waved him away and counted, the challenger out In the center of the ring. Leonard floored the challenger with a right swing and Mitchell was counted out while on one knee in-the center of the ring. Retulta of Prelima. Lew Hurley, a New Tork bantam scored a technic! knockout over' Harold Bmitn of Chicago m the" fifth round of a scheduled eight round bout. A right swing to Smith's ear ruptured a blood vessel, causing a steady flow of blood, and the referee stopped the contest. Smith, previous to the fifth had the better of hie foe. They boxed at III pounds. Johnny "Peewee" Kaiser, Bt Louis 1:2 pounder, outboxed Charlie Olaier. of Chicago in the second eight round bout Kaiser, after being nearly: knocked to his knees In the first round, and boxing on even terms In-the second, warmed up to hit task and outscored the Chlcagoaa. fee Barman, of Chlrarn. baaW,4 out Patay Flannlgan, ofit. Ltrats. in the third round of a scheduled ten round bout. Flannlran waa flnnrail with a left and ria-ht to the chin. staggered to his feet with a count ef five and then went down again without being hit. Referee Benny Tanger waved Flannlgan to his corner and awarded the bout to Burman, They weighed in at 130 pounds Mullen Placed Under Arreat. Just before the Leonard-Mitchell bout, James C. Mullsn, promoter of tonight's program, waa arrested by' Captain Russell of the stock yards precinct station on the charge of violating the anti-prize fight law. Mullen had been etanding In the ring and was not taken to a police station. Mullen's bonds of 19,000 were signed by an aldarman and approved by Judge liarasa. a former candi. date for mayor, In the ring. The arrest wsa made to test the state law prohibiting boxing. To Tsper Off Lightly, New York, May SO. Johnny Kl! bane, worlds featherweight boxing champion, and Eugene Crlqul of h'rnnre, challenger, announced today that they hnd reached the flrhtlng edge and would work only lightly un. til their fifteen round title match at the Polo Orcunds Saturday afternoon. Kllbane today weighed lf pounds, two pounds under the fee. therwelght limit, and Crlqul, X34f4. V 'ier Gets Decision. New York, May JflBenny Veigei of New York received the Judges' de ciston ever Hilly p Foe of Bt. Paul at the end of their twelve round bout tonight. Valuer weighed 1.1 li pounds and Pe Foe lit. Dnnhlp-Hpa TODAY FANS' FIELD BLOOMINGTOH vs EVANSVILLE First Gama CaHaJ ;0O t, ftf. Admission 48a. War Ta K Ladles rraaMondar, rridajr. Half prlea Tues, Wed, Tfcorg. hUui 'my

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