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PAGE TWO. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. I sRfrFP) BUSINESS MEN PLEDGE MONEY Always a Good Measure r E would rather give our customers too much than too little. We realize that our success is dependent upon the continued KilUfuctisn of our customers. 100 Wealthy Montanans Respond to Plea of Banker. TO PAY MONEY MONDAY Canned Foods, They Are "The-Finest Produced" Phone 1500 "THE KERNOELLSTORE" 7 S. Main Dempsey will Conclude his Work With Clovet Tomorrow—In Prime For Fight ' Tt. CI l OVi-r lis crlr-la. Hi hear v-,v,for iliM'iFlon T!i* Araoctated Press) ills, Mont., Juno SO.— Bafoly most dangerous financial .lack Dompney-Tom fllMionn lit fight, today 1B assured In Shelby July 4, as u rail the most remarkable financing iMiu'iits in the history ot glovo Batteries: Harwell am! Second g. : Toledi Indianapolis Batteries: and Pixou, SOUTHWtS TERN LEAGUE. L. 24 16 Eilllt tiehi fight In When fill indications pointed to a eom;-!et collapse of the fight yesterday. Ceorge. H. Htanton, a Great FVUls Itanl.-.r. conceived til© idea of Appealing to 20 wealthy business men In the si.-lie (o save what he terms the honor ot Montana, by having thorn advance ••arli io make, up the final $100.- OOti ii.rtuHmcnt ot DempsejCa $800,000 guaranice. Within tivo hours the $100,000 was pledged. 1 At Tulsa- As Firm A« Kearno. Wlehl Kxplalulng his reason for declining Tul to pay the installment to Kearns DP- I Hntterlos for.- Monday, Stanton said the men who advanced the money are disposed to follow tho firm attitude taken by Manager Kearns and adhere strictly to tb« condition* of tho contract, which provides that Dr.mpsey shall receive He SluO.OOO, 4S hours before he goes the ring. Tli.: Iu• 1 111y mon subscribing tho Jltti'i.iiiiu instollmoiit will receive In return n J'i'h per cent interest in the mm I:.? [•!'-i.uif's of the tight. -5 >-i!.K»-y. riding on the peak ot ionn ] gioux City Iodic.- pi.lfrx ills lost two days of j Du.'iver ... Chicago 10-1 051 OOx—11 13 1 1.1.111 erle-i: St. Louis, Ha I tie)), Bllrfoot Mid Aliismllh; Chicago, Kaufman and O'Farrcll. At Philadelphia — II IT E Tlroohlyn 00'.', 01* SI 3--11 26 1 Philadelphia ...002 000 0.11— 6 15 0 Hatterlcs: Tlreokiyn, ilrlmea and Taylor; Philadelphia, Olazuer, Head and Henllno. New Ye! !< at llosUin, jio game, rain. American Association. A I. Minneapolis-- n H n Kansas City ...mill 000 001— 1 (1 0 Minneapolis , . .2oq 00» Olx-- 3 8 0 Uatl erics: Si-hupp and McCarty; Tipple ami Muyor. At Louisville (Pit game,) - -if H B Columbus 000 000 001— 1 0 3 Louisville 010 100 00.*-— 2 D 0 iJiitterirr,: Palruero. Sanders and Elliott; S'ol boron anil Meyer. Second game - It H B ColumbUB 000 030 010— 4 9 1 Louisville 000 010 000— 1 8 3 Batteries: Oloason and Klllotl; De- IKUTV HIH! lirottem. At SI. Paul— R H 13 Mllwnuluo 010 000 001— 2 13 1. St. Paul 103 000 OOx— 4 0 1 Batteries. Uiigrcl and Shlnault; Merritt and Allen. * At Indianapolis 1st gramo) R II E Toledo 000 300 000 1— t 10 0 Indianapolis 020 000 030 0— 3 7 0 Malone and Anderson; .Krueger. ae— r- R H K . . .020,-flOO 201— 5 11 1 . . .£00 010 000— 3 0 1 Glard and Smith; Rill Shockers Slump But Still Lead Southwestern League Coffeyville Jumps From Near Bottom to Second in Team Batting— Solomon Falls Below .400 Mark For Flrat Time Since Season Opened. fr SATURDAY, JUNE 30, _.M_ ! Western League. • K II E 100 000 109— 2 7 2 104 100 OOx— 0 6 3 Sellers and McMullen; r.in; 32 3i ..i;v .3 -ir. NATIONAL LEAGUE. 32 80 ret. IlliV!': 1 riivt ' lum ; Hi',, f-l.!ll . ha file. tVinpECy IG Ready, •a.•;• i-'fiiniB plans to have him w; ii.;ht routwlB tlila afternoon, Iv nic'tlup .lark liurkc and •v.-lla. Touiorrow lie 'win con- 1 hi. last work with the glores. • v and Tuesday will find the j i,m doing a little light training: to loop )I)E mind occupied. 3I»i llu ... • ••ivf lor Shelby Wednesday I ^ t (".eve In a private ear, trettluy, bio cutra «n .. t.'tilise t'T the -lio-.-jin town a few j ciovcLiiol '•••' •• >,© enters tho ring. B.,i.tei-ie;i is relieved ) j Clark and Cronby. At Oklahoma City— - K II K St. Jeseph ....000 101 000— 2 7 2 Oklahoma nity 301 000 010-- 5 10 0 Battel Ins; Jfuwton, Haid, l.lnrtheri; and Kundlc-r; Souger and Lutz, Long. At IX-s MllllieB— U H li Omaha 012 000 000 0—3 S 0 Dos Moines ..011 000 100 1— 1 11 2 llaiterlm; Darrouga aifd Wilder; Lynch. House and Wheat. At lVnver— It H E 003 0C1 0^0— fl 9 0 .. .101 030 Vix— 0 14 3 tialteries: tjrant. Grover and Query; Hall, Voir,', and Diamond. The offlrlal SoulhwcsteVn League averages released today hy Irwin M. Howe, league stsji #tielan show t!io Wheat Rlvuckera, while batting lower as a tomn, still leading tho league. The Coffeyville' HoflD*r«, probably first halt ponnant winners liavo Jump'd from sixth to second', placo In hittinp, tho averages show, being but fcix points behind the Shockers. Muskogee went down a notch and is .third. The Shockers have scored more runs, made more lilts, for a greater nurnbor of banes and hit Jnoro home runs than any other team in tho leacue. Solomon Falls 19 Points. Mose Solomon continues to bead the South-western buismon lu Oie averages today but the averages glveu below do. not include (Sanies of the pron- eut. week and Sol haa been lu a -woeful slump in this lime. The averages this woek show Solomon hitting ,;ii)9 which 13 his lowest mark for~the season. He was hlitinj; .418 in lust week's averages, Solomon has company, how-over, in his slump. Manager Purtell, who has been hlttlug around .33(1 and .340 all season is down to .277 in this weolt's averages. Shoots and Foster who had -their slump while tho team was homo tho last time have both bettered their hitting, Shouts now having a mark of .230 mid Foster is hitting .278. The Team Averafles. Tho team averages follow; TEAM B ATT IMG: G ATI R H Til 211 311 Hit SII SB Hut til ins on ....54 1SS4 849 555 844 SS 2-1 5i 41 Coftoyrillo 56 1S6U 260 635 726 76 31 IS 100 Muskogee 57 1903 205 646 7S0 03 17 31 61 Sapulpa 61 1745 HOP 470 687 61 27 31 48 Independence ..53 1766 227 470 646 01 23 20 69 Saline 53 1770 236 463 028 . CS t 2$ 40 Topclta S3 1778 254 467 665 86 20 24 60 Dartleavillo .55 1762 205 432 6M 71 25 22 77 Individual Batting. Following are the individual records of players participating in 15 or more ganu's and batting .260 or boiler: 1S7 182 1S3 2-OS 165 171 137 185 SO 234 233 239 178 23 U 1S7 265 187 Pot .234 .2SS .2S7 .274 .271 .2 no .263 .245 Just Received Complete Line of Mirror Aluminum^ Ware —Better Than the Best /j's a Pleasure to ShovJ You HOSKINS & YOUNG Phone 3752 HARDWARE—TIN SHOP (Home of FRONT RANK Furnace) 22 First West J n. H. •1 6 American League, At Washing-ton — ltaston 000 100 000 Washington .....100 000 OIx— 2 H-i.it erle* — lloston. Ferguson Wallers; Washington, Mogrldge and and whose mind, fiiianrlal worries *?an»'. AMERICAN LEAGUE. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. I po mil-; ! go int. ot the i At g t "nthuslastin over Dompsev's • T) ,.f, ' ilo said tho tltlu-holder 1 >t weight more than 100 and that probably he would in- ring scaling about 135, tho i^l.t he made for Carpentier City battle. ml-- II. 1I.E. 1*0 310 100—5 11 o ....000 200 110—f 13 3 - Chicago, Cvenures, and O'Xeil, Myatt. ,il,'7i;i. -M'.lv u Tole.h '.Vl.-hlta Tn...a . . Not to Ask. Wf.-slvilln, Ohio- The lc,".|-uo will llol recnest o •principal pi••ili'.cal parties dry plauii in tlo.ir conv it. was divided. form anti-naloou Ui.'f of the tu ndopt a •nliun plat- Mational League. At IM.ttijiirRli (lBt game)— It II B fhieim-atl 100 010 000— 2 6 2 l'iiishurKh . . . .(mo OHO 000 - 0 7 1 I'.at'.erir.:: Ciiiciiinutl. Luriue and Ilar:;ravi-; ]' ii tshur^ti, jMon'isou and Oooi !>. Ai 1 'i! I -Milll't.h (2d galuol— H H E f.i-;. ianuii 100 0111 010— 3 10 2 PiriMliurgii ...101 fiOii OOx — 5 13 3 P.atteries: Cincinnati, Bont-on and llart',r:ivv-; Piltsburgh, Uagby oud Sell III ill I. At Chit-ago— It II E St. I.oiiiH 020 POO 020— 4 9 1 J-o.lis— It. II. E. 001 200 002—5 10 0 . .. Louis 010 010 010--3 9 6 Latt.-rles--Detroit, Collins and P.aaa- Jer; St. Louis. Vangilder and Sevor-dd. At New York-- It. H. B. Philadc'.phia ...020 033 013- - 3 17 4 New York 200 222 101- 10 10 4 . HatliTlf-s -- Philadelphia, WnJlw-rg, Kalh-t ai:d Pi.'rkins; New York, Ilusii, Hoyt and I lorL 'i.'.ii?. Southern Atlanta, C; Mo Cl.atiauoo^-a, 3 U'rininchirm. 4 1 atioo. AS30CII lie. 3. ; Me ^iphi3, 10. Now Orleans, Uovk. 3 Nashville, ;6. Texas League.^ Sa Antonio. 10, (ten to- Dal'.-i I '.i! s - ' For! Worth. 0; Galveston, 2. Wk-'sK.'. Kails, ft; Hnu«ton. 6. ShievtiX'rt, 3-6; Ueaainont, 0-fi. Western Assoctation. Okmulgee, 4; Henrietta, 3. Enid. f.; Ardinore, 4. Sprlnflehl, S-2; Joplin. 4-0. Foil Smith, 7; McAlester, 4. Troops Quelled Rioters. , Sydney, N. S.—Troops/ wore called to quoll Tioting among striking steel worlicr .i at the British Empiro Steel C'orpora'.ton plant. Solomon, Hutch. .. Ohoshro, Sal Sitis, Coff C.laybrook, ILis ... F. llrown, Sap .... W.nzrl, Mu* Banks. Hutch II. Matthews, Sap Iilvaus, lud IT. Fisher, nt. •.. Wales, Hutch Strohrn, Top llabliitt. Mils Phillips, Hart. ... OThir.e, Coif ' ' 1 Rariuu-1. Sal j Robinson, Hutch. , I Cleveland, Sap ... li_ i Kelly. Sap u I Woolen , N lud ii { Flippin, Sap Pick, Hutch fashion. Hurl Lcmen, Hutch. ... Marthott-s, Coff. . T. Willis, Bait ;. . W. Scott. Sap. ... Broker, Top Kalulol, Coff. ... Mare. Sal Cluybaugh. Top. . Owens, Sap liockshupf. Top. . Glass, Cof Erwln, Coff Funk, Sap I norland. Coff. ... i Olson. MUB ! Praucl'.le; Mus. .. ' Alhanese, Sap. .. j Victor, Coff | Mason, lnd I Shoots, Huteh. .. I Foster, Hutch. . .. i Purtell, Hutch. . .. ', Itov,'.-, Coif I Mttrh-'ll. I ml. • . . I IX-liney, Sal i Forrest. Mils. Rush. Mus Hevinr, HfT<.„ Itempo, Mus, . . . Rentfrr.w. Sal. . . . I.ninn. Sal Hank, Bart Case, Itid. Jonas. Top King, liart Henry, Hutch. .. Hahn, lnd BejiJi, Top B. Willis, Sap. . . Bross. Top .Hunter, Mus The Challenger GIBBONS' RECORD. 1913 -Knockout: Johnny Shaw, 8 rounds. No decision, Tommy.Bor­ is en, Joe. Borrell 10, Young Mike D-ouovan lo, Jack Denning 10. Knockout llrennan 10. 19]i*--K. Al Worgin 4 rounds, Buck Conine 4, Bert Fagen 2, Billy Glover 6. N\i decisions. George Brown 10, Billy Mtsko 8, George Brown 10, Young -Mahoney 10. 1.1ir .-Xo decIsotiH, Billy Murray 10, Blily Miako 10, Harry Oroh 10. 19lC--No decisions. Gats Christie 12, Joe HeiTlck twice in 10 rounds each time. Decision, Vic Hansen 10. 1517--Decision,- Clus OUrlstio 15. No decision. Hob Moha 10, Burt Kenny 10. Jackie Clark 10, Battling Levinsky 10, Burt Kenny 10, CJeorgo Chip 10. ,1918-K. Silent $l *riln. Dedslomfl Bilunt Martin 16, Qua cairlstle 10, Georgo Chip 12. /No decisions, George Chip 19, Clay Turner 10, Gua Chrls'tie. Fought last t/bree again •with same resulte. 1919—Decifions, George Ohip 10, lilc- kay King 15, Jimmy Darcy 10. No decisions, Len iRowlairds 10, Ijuixy Williams 10, Bob «oper 10, Billy Mlslce 10, Ocorgo Brown 12. 1920 -No dBDlsions, K. O! Drown 10, Bob Roper 10, Harry Grob 10, Clny Tarner 10, Hai-ry Greb JO, Hugh Walker 12, Ohuck Wiggins' 12. 1521—K. Tommy Melohur 1 rouhd, A3 Roieh 1, Paul Sampson 1, gorgt. >!ororo»B 1. Larry Williams 4, Porky Flytm 11, Jack Heunan 1, Sergt. Ilay Smith 2, Jack CUC-tord 8, WUlllo Koo- lor 2, Wllllo Ifeehan 1, Dan O'Dowd 3, Wild Bill fiosd S, Joe Burko 2, JCrod AP^on 1, Hope Mullen 1, Hugh Walker 1, oiay Turnsr 1, Dan O'Dowd 6. No decision, Bartloy Madden 10. :iM3—Foli, 2, kaoekad oat Pat McCarthy.. 4 roacls; Mnroh 13, tost to Harry Oroh, 1» romiafl; May J, K. O. Hawj - Foley 6; May 29; K. O. Soldier Morton, 2; Cot. 18, loet ou tout, Billy Mlskp. 10; Nov. 18, K. O. (Soorao Anolio, 1; D»c. ill, K. Joe purke, 1; l>ec. 14, no decision, 'BiHy Misko, 10, (1 AB R H TP 213 311 HR SH SB 54 20S 56 83 175 13 11 19 2 5 63 202 33 74 113 8 2 9 1 3 42 156 20 56 70 7 6 1 12 2 57 21S SR 76 10S 13 2 5 6 2 21 63 8 22 32 5 1 1 1 0 40 173 32 60 94 11 4 5 4 6 27 75 9 26 42 4 1 0 5 0 16 41. 6 14 15 1 0 0 1 0 42 172 23 58 91 11. 2 6 0 0 63 211 -34 70 96 13 2 3 4 6 4S 160 26 65 71 7 0 3 8 8 62 212 4ii 70 103 11 8 5 8 S 57 233 48 77 134 12 1 U 2 30 ...'..32 116 17 3S 60 4 0 2 3 .4 40 172 41 66 91 11 6 5 10 If 330 OS 12 82 4S 4 0 4 0 1 20 71 7 23 26 3 0 0 0 3 50 ISO 2S 60 SI 6 4 8 7 4 43 171 37 55 7S 4 5 3 8 5 4.1 152 20 40 63 8 0 2 0 0 50 193 36 62 88 12 1 1 8 2 6-i 213 38 &S 116 9 3 11 1 7 64 isn 3-1 59 S3 S 5 o 9 2 54 226 45' 71 119 12 3 10 4 56 230 36 72 95 7 6 2 12 6 51 200 or, 65 106 12 7 5 10 12 60 i sa 40 57 75 8 2 2 9 1 30 Si 11 26 36 4 0 •i 3 1 56 "20S 40 64 JOS 9 6 4 9 15 53 203 82 64 90 14 0 4 2 3 49 1SS 27 66 82 7 o 6 7 0 15 36 O. 11 11 0 0 0 0 0 k 63 198 34 60 80 10 2 2 6 8 49 16 54 68 9 1 1 ' 6 2 331 101 13 80 44 4 2 2 E 4 3!l 144 25 42 60 8 a 4 8 2 332 120 12 35 S7 0 l 0 1 3 57 227 40 66 101 16 2 5 10 9 67 203 42 51) 87 14 4 2 6 7 13 4S 7 11 20 S 0 1 2 0 18 49 7 14 14 0 0 0 5 0 42 149 25 42 64 1 4 1 14 o 52 211 49 59 89 6 5 5 6 20 54 LOS 4!) 55 71 10 0 2 26 -. .. 60 2-02 25 50 67 11 0 0 2 5 66 211 34 58 70 6 3 0 6 G 62 ISO 17 61 62 11 0 0 11 1 27 88 13 24 33 4 1 1 4 0 57 190 2.i 54 71 9 1 2 B 11 22 4S' 7 13 16 3 <s 0 0 0 54 1S7 36 30 6S 35 0 1 ii 1 57 ISO 24 50 62 7 ' 1 1. & 60 1S9 26 60 5S 8 0 0 10 4 44 137 19 86 7 0 2 3 1 33 114 15 30 'as 6 0 0 2 2 17 38 4 10 16 0 1 1 0 0 21 61 11 16 17 1 0 0 1 0 64 188 20 40 60 7 2 , 0 9 4 18 58 *w 15 15 0 o' 0 0 44 151 19 39 46 2 1 1 8 8 42 11.7 17 30 39 7 1 0 4 3 45 165 S7 42 65 6 1 E 3 6 ... . 33 108 8 27 35 6 1 0 6 0 19 40 1 10 10 0 0 0 1 0 Pet .399 .306 .359 .319 .349 .347 .347 .341 .337 .332 .331 .330 .323 .328 .326 .326 .321 .322' .322 .321 .320 .310 .314 .313 .311 .311 .309 .308 .80S .300 .306 .303 .303 .297 .292 .291 .200 .286 .2.so .2S2 .280 .278 .2T5 .274 SHEL3Y HAPPY Montana Town Celebrated When News That Money is Raised is Received. (By The Aswoi-lated Prrss) SltAlby, illont., June 30.—Elated an il, has not been since Jack Dempsey first signed to risk his heavyweight titlo against Ti»m Gibbons here July 4, Shelby is cokdinvtlng today. A load war, lifted from Shelby's shoulders last night, when Mayor Jim Johnson, Ireawirer^ ot the title bout, and the man who stopped into the broach when Dan Tracy of Great Falls suddenly quit last Wednesday'as business maimger, announced over the telephone: "You can toll tho whole world there -will he a fight on Wednesday, July 4, at 3 o'clock la the Shelby arena." . News of the mayor's announcement spread quickly along the crowded main street. Celebrated All Over Town. Swash-buckling cow-hands In flapping chaps and clanking spurs, effete easterners, grim workers from the oil Melds, nierelmnts. concessioners and the helter-skelter population of tills town of clapboard bouses and tenia received it with cheers. Scores of inipromptu celebrations were organ­ ised and the danre halls, amusement resorts and theatres were filled last night, with amillng, cheerful Shelby- lies. A band was collected to moot "Mayor Jim" wh^n ho ret unit d today from Great Falls. Tho old stage goes $2 out of circulation" commented a bystander as the boy pocketed the generous Too given him by tho president. President Harding nl?o presented Art Andrews, club pro and young Clark with a golf hall. Iloiti are keep. lng them for souvenirs. —x— The most IntcresrtVer displayed by (he entire membership is InyiiiK demonstrated lu tho dinner tournament now in progress at the Country Clulr; The entire nusmhershlp is on ono team or ihe other n-nd prospects aro that few matches will! go by default. Fred liurns team is leading P. H. Baum's by 12 points, the present standing being 48 to 36. Mr. Batim boat Mr. liurns one up iu their 9-bole mateh v ' The contestants can play either nine or eighteen holes lu this tournament. Every stroke counts two points in nine-hole matches and ono point in cighteen-hoUi matches. Tho Tournament ends Tuesday night with a dutch stylo dinner at Ihe Huh, with the losing team as hosts. Tho annual stockholders meeting and election ot officers will follow. —x— Dr. II. D. Sterrott is now unnlifled, as a member of the hob- in one club. • lie holed nut a drive for No. 16 the other day and among oilier things will ret rive a doKon hall; lor the feat. - - \ The whole Country Club coarse will bo \availablo for play icmorrow. Since the repeated finods some time ago only the first five and las! four holes have been in use. There are still plenty of marks of the high' water. — x — The (jualiifyinR round for the Carey „„.,„v. „ r , . ., , „„ , .Park Golf association's handicap ??- 1 s^ , a " , Prei^fj championship tournament ends tomor. for the task of hauling him to bis' „ Vltm „„. An „,.,,,,,„ „. i?hinB t0 . , , I partfcitiulo in Una vnurnamciit must irrron-roofed cot- turn , u thc4r cardH ,, y Sun(1;u . 0V oMng G o'clock, llamlh'iips will be an- home. Out In fh»> KM to tago on tho bons litis boon tho St. Paul chnllcnKPr u<--t his aq.uaro no- J ^ V mow fJrmlv, smiled ir.oro ror.fi- hMaldfi where Tom Oib- j Rt Q 0 ' rK>ck , Hamlh-ups living with his family. I nwUnced a iong with jtiirhigs Monday. denLly than 'over to tho many Intimate friends who callctl to oongratu- l*ito upon hitv i-i;(i>i[it. of the n<*ws. "T haven't hoc.n bothered with this thiiiK lit •all," (.ll-bbrnj-s said to-day. "[ Unow I'd 'hp there ut ib<* Ml. fighting for t!»e titlo. and 1 know I'll bt* Micro at the finUh, wintiin-g UIP -title.- No OTH' who SJUV Gibbons worlt yo.v _ torduy could doubt that he-4s In su- ; pcrb rendition, lljs weight IK now bi?- j ion- i?5 pounds*. Dry Ins out will put i htrn down p^riisipa below ISlJ p;nuidR. i Tho thin lay or of ^sews* IJPSUH rn.f'fjss j his r;to:uaoh three wet-ka iu:o has dis- | api'i::iv<vL Hi* IORS are SUIHUT ntui ,1 down lo niuneic. i YfMT.erday'j; spun-ins vas n brief p ^hi ^hm of only six rouudp, but it was thL* fae:*t ami most furiouH ho 11us Pii^iTt'd in since h»* botran training \ hero. The chulhuiper plans to do his last boxing: tomorrow and tho workout will bo of the liirhtij&t kind. •S^itrain .263 .263 .263 .262 .260 .259 .258 .250 .250 .250 OTHER GAMES IN THE SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE Dick, Se Matthews, cf Bo'ksk'opf, lb ' Pierce, p 1 Bonn, a . Broker, If Uross, rf Bartlesvllie 10, Independence 4. Bartlosvllle, Okla., Juno S0.--Bo.r- tlesvlUo evened the series hy taking a weird ^arae hero y&sterday, 10 to 4. Doth teams were in poor form and errors coupled with hits accounted for a large score liartlesvlllo mado In the early part ot tho Knuue. Meoks pitched so-hit bull until tho eeveaUi. Bvans relieved Gttrdner and plteltcsl five lnnlnes without allowing a hit. Score: Indt-pendtince J ib h po Hahn.cf - • " MltohsU, Jb Mason, as Wrunn, rf I I li Kvana, lb-n fth'nfeM, 8b Dlliajd.i* Mooi-e, o VVoi.'.ten. c Gardner, p ShaJiey, lu Totkla 1 1 0 0 J rl i 0 I; \ I 0 6 41 I 24; B.-trllesvll!e Bullor, Sb WlllHa. 3b Ptillllpji, rf .Cjjalilon, lb 11 1 1 110 1 8 ; 0 li 1 » O'Byrnc. lb Matthews, 2b .Flrw-lii, It OlCHaM, rf * Doclanfl, BS Kowe. cf Victor, B Totals 83 11 Si Totals 35 10 U Sooro by tnningv: ropoka .010 1O0 'ISO--5 Coffeyvtll» 033 noo o lx _ 7 Summary—3-basL' hits. Strnhm, Ill-k i).jrk.sko!>f, Bann, M.ittbow.s. HcMn««un' Itowi-. Double play, Howe to .M.attlifi>v». Sncrlflce lilla, Su-nlim. Dacbuist, J. Mul- tlnws, Mnttlmws, (",la».i. Ktulcn 1..-IS,-H Porla.n0. O'ltynje. StriK-k ctnt, bv- Vhlnr 4. by Pk-ri'o 2. Balk, PI111 -rn. Wild iittoh. vlctur. 'fling of irarmj, 1U0. Umpire. Ooe*. a.^) b po Huuk, EM Lamb, c Ftjlier. If Kfceks, p Totals Muskogee 4-3, Snllna 2-2. Muskosce, Okla., Juno- 30,—Musko- pe^ went a.,hair game closer to Coffeyville by taking a douhlohender from Sallua here yoslcrday, 4 to 2, and 3 to 2. Both g-iincs wcro pitchers' bat- 41»s. Dunn knocked a. homo run in the ninth Inning of the first Ramo wjien ho went In ae a pinch hitter for Newton. Score, first game; Ballria I Mur .kOBoo a.b h Pol _ ab h po Clarence Clnrk, veteran Country Club caddy won the caddy championship In a touruument played Thursday, turning in a 45 for his medal score and beatliiK Joo Bernard in the finals 4 up and 3. Clark was the. caddie for President Harding a week ago today when tho uation'a chief executive played 0 holes at the Country Club. "There —x— The mu-nicfpHi course, h'ko tho country club suffered greatly from • high water and Is just KOltlug Into shape'once more. All netivitlos have been suspended for the two week's preeeeding the one Just ended. — x — There will be golf tournaments at tho Country Club on the Konrtli,. Ihoiich ne program has been urrauired^ for the men as yet. The. women will hold, their flap;" tournament, putting and driving contests pos.poned from , l>er,n;uiun day because of the down- pom of rain. --x — MelMiorson will be hot-t tomorrow t;» a tram of ten golfers from Msrion. It is the first of a surle 1 n» luter-clty ici'.tchi s. Peabody anil Llndsborn j uolf clubs are also entered. The Bllinwood golf club has elected tile following officers: President, Dr. C. W. Lyon, vire president, L. B. Wood, secretary. Will Kienf.le. Fred Hack Is greens superintendent and E. O. Watrner Is superintendent of fairways. Elllnwood has a fino now coarse, which -was laid out by Art Andrews, local Country Club pro. - -x— Great Bend has at least one genuine optimist who relates a pathetic story about her Rolf career. This young lady says that her golfing, started about a year* ago, that, on her first effort she nvule nlno holes In 103 (not counting the times she struck at tho ball and missed it), thai she h .13 tried many times since then but lia .3 never had time to gel'further than the sixth and that she has tho bitter realization sho is growing worse, all the. tlruo. In. face of all this she was out chasing' tlm Pesky pill again late yesterday. Learning without thought i$ labor lost.— Confucius. ta 10 Tt Score by inning:* Independence 000 flOO 310-— i BnrriewvlJlB 184 200 00.x—10 Bmnmary—ESftTiitta runs, BartJIcw\'lilo 7, Infl^r*wna«iM;9 8. 2-hB.m hitk, Wilila, Hevtnff, Mteles, Ehrans. fi-ba-»e hit, Butler. Danee on balls, ait Gardner 1, eft Kvans 1. fltruck out, by Qncdpcr 1, by gvariu 8, -by Ifeeka 8,- L«ft on bases, BartlcBVtiln 6, Indspendonco 9. BacrtflctJ hit, 1-Atnb. 8tol6ii biujeB, Blio«n(r-M, Unch.on 2, Hevtn* 1, PhllUns. Double play, WUlls to Haulc to Caahlon. I'aenod baU, Moor*. Runs, Wr*nn- Ev*na 2. Bhoenfald, Butler 2, WUll» t, Cushion, H<3vln« 2, Hn.uk, Meolts 2. BJrrocB. Hahn, Mllcholl Mftoon S, Moore, Gtaraner, WiUIfi 8, Jia.uk 8. Meolcs. Ttms of 1:62. Umpire, iDodnon. Coff«yvIUe 7, Topaka B. Ctofteyvfllft, Jtcae 80.—Joe Victor had no qjfejcSSty In beating Iiefty Ploro-*, fjhp Kavir .oco In tho soconil gusrio of- &e series yesterday and OafferrlHo umie It tw» s *raig1ii from To^oka by 1Ae scoro ot 7 to 5. The ability of iiffhttne Re tin era to crnok tho hail whan mei) woro ou th,e sacks spelled too downiftfl ot Pierce He pqrtonaeA aobly tor th» Kawa In sJJ o -r 'tho laoin ^B exempt threa, but ha itoltered Juat ost»n,onou£h to pormit Oofifeyvlllo to dlout oitt anough runs to win. Tho score: Top&ka Knoii.vog, ^s Sti-obm, 2b ab i. Ootfeyvlaa Kshdot. SI ab h po lBaehan' ill Qorald, Ilantrrow, Bb Mare, If Cftieabre, lb Sn-rlund, rf Rhodes, 3b Otis, o {Wall, of Newton, v "Dunn Totals 0 l(Ra!,hItt, cf . »i i ii IE i 1 7 J4 Olsun, aa BraucMc. lb Claybrook. lb Wetze-l. If Tlurfman, rf Rempi, 3b . Porrfeflt, o 0 Hunter, p 3 1 > 3 1 S o o 3 1 0 0 1 11 t> 0 Totals »110 27 •fitted for Newii«i-4a ninth S»err=- TT--innings: Sallna 000 0<d O01-i Jituskofrco , 110 010 Olx—4 Humrtiary~Hame run, Dunn'. 2-bafie htto, Citts, Ponent, Huffman. Sacriftco bUe, CSnybrooK n«mi>o S. irorr«*t. Stolon bucu, Hubbibt I, Bmuchlo I. Struck out, by N(»wto:i 8, by Hunter 11. Bases on baiia, off Wjw-ton J, off Hunter 4, Hit baumQn, Rabbltt. liuntor. Panned ball, g&rreat. Buns, Mare, Dunn, Kahbitt 2, Huffman 3. ErrOTD, Chesbro 2, Brauoldo 2. T*lmo of Kftino, 1:55. ITmplres. Bon- fiurant and ~wlll]dnaoR. Second game: -Bcore by innings: * Baliaa 000 000 a— Z 8 8 MuukoBoe 04)0 801 x—3 8 i Butteries— SalJna, JTodd and Dunn; Muultogae, Smith and I\>rroi>t. Woman Poctor Namod. Wbidilowton— Th: Blanche N. Bpletr, who haa Iwen oassLged for years in &rlva .tii ^iiswtlcB aitiont' tho inhablt- aitta of Hsfctoms, N. O,, tiea been appointed to furulHh. profosslonal uorv-l loeii to tiio Ooast Guardsmen stationed at Cape Huttcraa. J t I. .., J i..»\: .. Muaio Is Essential SucK a piano as will be handed (down from one generation to tke fiext, because tke cKarm of its _ peautiful tone' endures—such is the STORY & CLARK —which Jenkins is proud to recpmm ^jid tp all who look to •! y , enkins for pianos of genuinely : ine qualityf The upright is but )363 r theTlayer-.Piano$495. Come n this montlv'-specially low terms! jpejwotiti .. _.._aaNOUL(ii &jDa-? M ' ftiM ^ H. F. .Hullsnd, Mor- 122 N. Main St., Hutohlnoon, Konea« HM ' '

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