The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on June 30, 1923 · Page 3
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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SATURDAY;- JUNK 30, 1923 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. PACE TMU;•.!<:. But the Best Regardless of whnt we sell in this store the article sold is the very best for the money. Our prices, are the most moderate and the quality of our merchandise is the highest. If you; have not purchased shoes, hosiery or findings from us it is time to begin now because you are losing money by not doing so. Ladies' Tony Red, brass eyelet Oxfords for sport wear, $5.85 AT Phoenix _ hose to match. Have you noticed our windows? W« close at five o'clock beginning July 1 st, except Saturdays. KMi^^swEleclricCompanu ^ 1 ^t£rt>^ JUf Vn .ir.ftnO™.' Boiling Hot Days can be made Really Comfortable by using a Clark-Jewel Range Your kitchen needs it. Because it saves time, saves fuel and saves worry. It's a beautifully- made gas range, substantial and durable. With the Lorain Oven Heat Regulator the finest cooking and baking are assured. Community Silver Set Free with each Lorain equipped Clark Jewel Range. Kans^^fl^ElectricODtnp«uSffl ( V&ZMjf "AtYoueSorvirVi J SEES Sapulpa Yanks Hand Shockers Double Defeat In Twin Bill Henry sn4'Shelby Batted Hard J In Two Games. DOWN TO FIFTH PLACE Cleveland's team Moves Into First Division as Result of Two Wins. Sapulpa, Okla.. Juno 30— The Sapulpa Yankees took liotli ends of a double header from Hutchinson yesterday, cffpturlng the oponer 8 to 1 when Henry was batted hard and taking the second, a 7-imiing affair 7 to. Jl. Owens, lanky right bander held the Shockers at'hls mercy Jn the opening game, their lone run coming In the first Inning without a hit. Foster walked, stole second and' third and scored on Lomeu's sacrifice fly. The Yankees won in their half of the fir and continued the bombardment Henry throughout tho game. In the second contest the visitors 1 GOING DOWN First Game Hutchinson AE Purteil, ss 4 Foster, 3b 2 Lemon, 2b 3 Solomon, lb 3 Pick, rf * Shoots, cf 4 Banks, c 4 Coates, If 3 Henry, p 3 xGoode 1 R H PO A E 0 1 3 3 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 8 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 FRISCH CLIMBS Giant Infielder Is First Major League Player to Crack Out 100 Base Knocks. Totals 31 1 6 24 10 1 xbatted for Henry In Oth. Sapulpa AB R H PO A E Willis, 1b 4 0 1 8 0 0 Kelly, 2b 2 2 0 1 10 O Scott, cf 3 2 1 2 0 O Fllppen, ss 3 2 3 6 0 0 Cleveland, 3b 4 1 2 0 0 0 Funk, c 4 1 1 7 0 0 Brown, If 3 0 0 1 0 0 Adair, rf 4 0 1 2 O 1 Owens, p 2,0 1 0 1 0 Totals Hutchinson .29 8 10 27 11 1 .100.0CO.COO—1 got away to a healthy lead, scoring six! Sapulpa 201.030.020—8 runs in tho first two innings but Adair tightened after that and his mates by bombarding Shelby'; 1 , delivery to all. parts of the lot came from behind anif won in tho sixth when three runs were scored. BURSTS AND DUDS Summary; Home run—Funk. Two base hits--Fflppen 2. Three-base hits —Scott. Sacrifice hits—Lemen, Scott, Owens. Stolen bases — Foster 2, Shoots, Willis, Cleveland. Struck out —Dy Henry 8; Owens 5. Earned runs —Snpulpa 4; Hutchinson 0. Base on bails—Off Henry 6; Owens 3. Left on base—Hutchinson 9; Sapulpa 9. Umpires—-Quigley and Moody. Time— 1:55. .J " V'S**ai;. ..... The iKockers and Yankees will arrive home tomorrow morning and will tangle in the opening game of a 5-game series at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Gano park. This series is tho last of the first season and affords the Purteltmen an opportunity to wind up In third or fourth place. To beat out the Yankees the Shockers must win four of the five games, —x— Three straight defuats at Um hands of tlm Yaukoes lan'i very fluttering for the Shockers. Clev eland's team { on Its IaHt uppoarunco lokod to be i the worst In the circuit, having noth- | lng to recommend 11 but a few hitters, i There is a strong probability that | Bob Good© will work in tho opening Hapulifa game hero tomorrow and \ again in one of tho Independence day ; paniefi. MorbiUer probably will hurl the final game at Sapulpa today. —x— A peculiar wrinkle in yesterday's first game at Sapulpa was that Kelly, tho Yankees second baaeman had ten ot tbo Sapulpa eleven assists. The Bhunker eoutliside batten* were evidently hitting 'em in their natural place. —x— Mose Solomon revived from his lethargy yesterday and smacked five hits in six trips to the plate. He needed the blows. —x— The Coffeyville team has earned the first half championship. Matthews 1ms- taken his team from the bottom In hitting and fielding to near tho top in both do- .partnients aind ho has had tho pitching from the start. K Muskogee has slumped -greatly in fielding lately. Topek'a now tops tho league for team fielding, displacing Independence by a point. Hutchinson Second Game. Hutchinson-- Purteil, ss, . . Foster, 3b, ... Lemcn, 2b, ... Solomon, 1b, . . Pick, rf, Shoots, cf, - . . . Banks, c t .... Coats, If, .... Shelby, p f ... Goode, cf Totals Sapulpa— Willis, 1b Kelly, 2b 2 Scott, cf, . Fllppen, ss, Cleveland, 3b, Funk, c, .... Brown, If, Peterson, rf, . Snyder, rf, . . Adair, p, ... Totals .... Hutchinson Sapulpa ..... Summary: Two-base hits—Solomon, Pick, Purteil, Foster, Brown, Funk, Flippen. Three-base hits—Scott, Salomon. Struck out—by Shelby 7', Adair 5. Hit by pitcher—Purteil by Adair; Snyder by Shelby. Earned runs— Hutchinson 4; Sapulpa 6. Base on balis—Off Shelby 4; Adair 2. Left on base—Hutchinson 4; Sapulpa 11. Wild pitch—Sholby. Stolen bases—Foster, Cleveland. Sacrifice hits—Lenta n, Coats, Kelly, Flippen, Cleveland. Umpires^—Moody and Qulgley. Time 1:20. Here's What We Mean By Knox or AB R H PO A E . 3 2 1 2 3 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 . 2 0 0 2 1 0 . 3 1 3 3 0 0 . 3 0 1 0 0 0 . 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 5 0 0 . 2 0 0 £ 1 0 . 3 1 1 1 1 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 7 18 6 1 AB R H PO A E 0 1 10 1 0 2 1 1 1 5 0 . 4 2 3 0 0 0 . 1 1 1 2 0 0 . 3 1 1 0 0 0 . 4 1 3 5 0 0 . 2 1 1 0 0 0 . 2 0 1 2 0 0 . 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 .28 7 12 20 9 0 .. 240 COO 0 6 .021 103 X- -7 (By Tim Associated FrestJ) Chicago, Juno 30,—Krankio Frlsch, the "Fordham Flash" of tbo Now* York G-iants Binashed- out his lOOfth hit, last Wednesday unci is the first player In tho major league to touch the century mark. He also whcit himself Into second position among the batters of the National League, who have participated in -10 or mere games, according to averages released today and which include games of last Wednesday. He Is hitting M'Z \ and is the runer-up to Zack Wheat of Hrooklyn, who incma^oii his average thirteen points, and tops the list with .392. Charley Grimm of Pittsburgh underwent a bait-ting slump and slip- pod to third place, four piilutu In front pf Bob O'Barrel 1 of Chicago, whoso batting in the last few weeks haa l>een sensational. O'FarreH's brilliant work in chides seven homers and four-toeii doubles. George 0rant ham, of tho Cubs, is steadily pulling away from the other star base stealers, and by the pilfering Of four sacks during the last week van his string up to 17. " l.'y \Vllliam3 of Philadelphia, leads in heme runs with 20. William!*, since his return to the Rame, hay had a batting slump v.hleu imn carried him mit ol! Jiio lead in-:; ^roup. His total base record, however, was brought up to I-Hi, Which is »fx more than credited to Jimmy Eiottomiey of. St. Louis. Oilmr leading h;'tiers: Mokan. Philadelphia, .359; YmniK, NOW York, .H&S; Hottomioy, St. LOUIH, .:55V; H(iib,h, CineLina/ti,* .STifJ; Futirnier, Hru^kU-u, .:U2; K;-.vl rtmUli, Ho:.Ion. .'•i-l'J; SonUr.vorth, Uu.^, MM; Traynor, Pittsburgh, .335; Tierii"y, Philadelphia, .H3rj. Hallmann Still on Top. P:e<l Hmu.y, of Hftvuii. one of the now corners Is hobnobbing wHlr'tho veterans at the top of the. hatters in (lie American Le;i".ue. Haney is fuu: i.h with an nvi-ni^e of ,Zh(i. A week ajio he was sixth. HIK UMUU mate Harry Heilrmnin. rontiencH to head the list. Heilinann id batliu,^ .425, Charley .lamicHon, of the I'icvtj- hmd Indiaiis, Kttined one point and movt'd into Ke -eoud place with an average of .370. K'daie Collins of tho White Sox lout 3lx po.'nls and dropped to third place with ..Irtfi. Collins Improved hia record for stolen ba.sea and new has 26, a gain ( j""* of two over the previous week. IP* 1 y —When Hats Straws made— to size- vou our Knox Straw I land Made bay Jionar Phelps —You get the finest straws they are hand-made—correct —retain their- size—and.arc so constructed they g'ive extra long service—and are only a little more in price than ordinary ha Is. EVERYTHING IN RADIO from aerial wire and connection* to complete receiving sets, head phones, loud speakers, etc: Make this store your headquarters if you want tlutiatest and best in radio supplies at lowest prices. Only reliable goods sold here. Radio Mfg. and Sales Co. 611 North Main Phone 703 given this Information by Charles P. Moll, px-osldent of the league. In a telephone conversation with A. B. Wilson, vlce-prosidnnt of the Cotfeyvllfi nriBOcaton, Mr. Moll sad he had jaul returned .from Sallna, wlieraeksontinues to drag along a littl ho had endeavored to mako arrange-fuetter than Sallna, the poorest field TRANSFER OF MUSKOGEE SAUNA SERIES STANDS President Charles Moll Refuses to Interfere After Protest by Coffeyville. Coffeyvllle. June SO.—Knsley Barbour, manager and owner of the Muskogee franchise, will have, his way and Die Miller-Soldier series scheduled for Sallna July 1, 2, S and 4 will be trans- lerred to -Muskogee. Th« CoHeyvllle Community Athletic association was moats to play tho sorlea there. Tbo reason for the transfer, tho presldeut nays, le that from the tlrst ot July to tho fourth, Sallna is entertaining automobile racers who have been given the use of the miller park. Aa the Sallna baHehall association is already on the financial rocks and Is about ready to throw up the spotigo. President Moll has permitted the iranator of the games to Muskogee on the grounds that Sallna receives a cold one thousand dollars as ItH part of the gate receipts. This money will go «. long ways in putting the club on Its feet and wlU give tho Millers a good start In the second half. President Moll statos that he and President Sinlth ot tho Sallna baseball association would be praHont during tho series between the Millers and Soldiers at Muskogee and will see to It that tho Millet s put everything thoy have Into their efforts to win. The league president explained to tho CoMayvllle association that he regretted such a circumstance but In order to hold Sallna In the leaguo.'ho had ruled that the transfer could be^made. The protest filed by the Coffeyville association with J. H. Farrell, natioual secretary, brought the following reply: "Playing schedule Is strictly an internal affair of the lcngtia. Your protest should bo addressed to your lescue directors." In th« Southwestern league the board of directors consists of the presidents of the eight clubs. Whether the protest will he carried by tho local association -to the board has not been officially stated. 85 hits. While Ituth's mark to 71 hits and ombraccH besides his homers, 1* doubles and 5 trlplee. Other leading batters: Burns, Boston, .310; Ruth, New York, .IMS; Ruol, Washington. .310; .Ulller. ! Phllu- dolphla, .337; Witt, New Vork, .330; .1. Sewe.ll, Cinvelanil. .335; a. Kleo, WashtaiKlon, .322; Cobb, Detroit, .330; J. Harris, lloston, .317. Brief Climbs Ayaln. The rare Cor batting honors in Hi* 1 Ai^oeiatlnn has n:L':rmv«>il into one of the c'oEtsst in years. Uiinny llrlof of the Kansas' City c!ii!>, who hit the downgrade a week ;u:o, h;i" made a Mpurt and Is on the hee;.; ot [tie leader.*. J. .Smith of Toledo suffered a '"»* of five points, hut still holds the le.i'l among pi:tyors who have part ivipuud in >ie or more t-;:ur^ a lb 1 an ;i\'er- u,;e of .372. I.i'.niar, a t e;),:n aute nt' .Se .'ith ••' h» rtiuie'i'itp v, ilii 3ii7 .n. 1 1 I'.rief and hi.-i t.-;Ltn :i at' 1 (I. WHOi. ale 'eil tor third piaee with .I 'e '.r,. Cur; Kast of M inneapo'.is i.-i next wi'h 3iii Uriel' v .ith bin lifi tallies. Is ti .e ler't rim Better, ami his lm |<>UU' mark is far In trout, of his rivals. ('•oinbs of Louisville and Kiklie [ ^..iirphy are having a merry rae* 1 fer ; stoOen base hottor.t. Coinbn by sleal- in;; otte' base during t-b-i tttst \\f'V broke the tie and now has IT, to Murpliy's 11. Other leading battern: Conioa, fvOulsviHe, .3e'.t; Ilanmuulil, Kansas City. .3-111; Sc'hrelber, Colu-mbus. .315; Brown, Imllatrapolls, .341; Christetn- ludiaiiap{>]is, ,33tl; M. Bhainuon, alto ran his string of' '^HHcThlts 'to 1 Lol,ls , vlllB ' K JI «n*y. Colimi- 20. ' •• " 'tPiabe" Ruth has been unable to improve his long dWinrn hitting mark of 14 homers, but Increased his record tho way with 1<7 hon^o ruius v.-hllo Davis of Tulsa has Iti. 1'V.ber of tiklahouia City is leading In stolen bases with 22 whrlo J. Griffin of Omaha has plll'erye.l 20. Blakesley of Wichita is loading in total rases with 1112, his hits inrludo 21 doubles. 7 triples a:ul 30 homer*. Other leading baliers; Hrak"sley, Wiehila. 377; Mel wry, D.!» Moines, ,3f.3; .1. Urirrln, iMii.'.lia. .3i«; T Me. l-ionie-!, iinisiiu. .:,;.;; i^u.'-ry, Htoax Citv. ..".Mi: I,.livell, I'lllsa, .3f.l. LOCAL RIDERS IN JULY 4TH RACES AT WICHITA Tv.o llllteliln.-MS il! the hi ail II u i !* e!' . i and I vel„ r! -l.-rs 2on ml!,, -le!ur.l iieo ' iie'.d al Wiehila on T!.<-y tiro Oiher anil they 's. 'I'hev I 'I, rk pr.-l ion tho the • Mil.!.-, both will lm aeeai llav !",.;• I rials !.'.' all liulehi!.s-eu M •I'he Wir'nit; the f.ietrsl is- will he held must be able hour in tiie try-iunl'.. ..r they will bo oHmina te i from the i i--l to Wlrhite. tiiii.a;;,- eliliuli I'. S Utelute -vS Ot .t.ori-vele flub. raeea will i... ,.n>rrie of mis of the Mini, whleh this year. The riders to make 75 miles an SPORT BRIEFS. Tulsa Swatters Lecd. 1/amb of Tulsa is Mi - fiist player In tho Western League lo era- U out as a run gf-tter, by two runs, .making a 1 his hit Uallman a leauiinate. Is total of S6 tallies to his credit. Ruth's .topping t.ho hitters with an average of total ronord of 137 Is being en- J .395 but is hoing closely pressed by dangered by lleilmann who has a rc-M Koran of Dot) Moines, with .301. ord of 13(1 total ha .=eB>. Hellmann's'! Palmer of Sious Citv is third with string imiihlod 21 doubles, 3 triples ] .371). and eight hornors In his rolloctlon of I 0. M<T>owe!l, Wichita is oaowin;.; •* -J. bo- Pollcewomen to Confer. Philadelphltt—A oonforence of the policewomen In Pennsylvania Will bo held at York, Pa., during the summer. aggregation In tho loop. -.-x— The Shockers are going to havo to Improve their game afield as woll as get better pitching if they win tho second half as Iloss^Purtell says he Is determined to do. —x— Thero have been numerous rumors on the street lately of new pitchers signed hut thus far tho local management has no one. Purteil is said to bo dickering for a first class hurler. —x— -One rumor had Ed Pick, big blonde gardener sold to the Hosting Braves who l-ought big Bill Bagwell from Independence last fall. Pick has not been sold but a Boston scout tlid look over the tho other day and said Pick looked like the best bet of the lot. —x— Kelly WaleB who has been nursing a carhuvkle. on his throwing arm sayB ho expects to be ablo to don mask and protector for the opening game at Gano park Surr, day. Wales left the team at Muskogee and Eddlo Banks has been filling the gap In tho meantime. —x— Tho Sapulpa Yanks are the best waiters in tho league. Cleveland's team haa received 208 walks, today'B averages show. The Shockers are the speed merchants of the league. The Purtollaieu have swiped. SO bases to date, Muskogee being second with 69 thefts credited in the averages released today. The local management Is taking no chances on a fickle weatherman tomorrow and the SunAajr crowd which is badly needed has been insured with tho Funtron Loan & Trust Co. — x— doing down, might be the title of an odo to Cletus Dross, Dale dear's converted lnfielder-pitchor. Ilross, after winning everything ho entered for several games has been Just as bad i-u all^recent starts. —x— As a matter of fact Oear has only one real pitchor, l.efty Pierce. Graham, the young collegian who Joined the Kaws some time ago has shown plenty of" stuff if he can harness it. His wildness Hrorries tho Topeka pilot. —x— If llennic Meyer is going to give the Htrong-rheneil team he has been talking i about for the second season It's timu ho hegnn the strengthening process. It will make a much more- interesting race if Independence and .Salina do plug the gaps. The Champion CAN SEAT HUGE CROWD Garden City, Jiino 30.— Harry H. llonlck Post of the American I.e^ion Is bulldius an open coliseum to seatf 2.100 spectators of their Fourth of July wrestling match. Chris. Jordan, world's middleweight champion, has aocepled the ehallonge ot Olareuco e.lllott. middleweight chump of the A-merlcan I.eglon and of Kansas. Tlhey enter the ring at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon with a 1S8 pounds limit. Jordan has agreed to ooncede tho challenger us champion If ho wins tho best two out of three falls. This will bo the climax of A series of big mutches the local boyH 'have been staging for averal years. Tho prieos urn ;>0c to ?2. Much . interest is helng taken throughout Western ICansas and a record breaking crowd is promised. Tho match is the headllner In a big Independence Day program. New Rifle Record, Douglas, Arte.—-A world's record In r'.fle firo was ."\;.'!e by tho first battalion -of tho 2t«t;h Infantry of the U. S. Army., when every man in the organization Qualified as marksman, or better. New York The pmjiiwd bout tween Carpontler and Mike MeTluue, worlds lUht heavyweight! sol lor AmjilM. 11, «-,-,.s ealle-d off hv Te>; Kiikanl. Cedar Rapids, la., "Dipo Joe" Cans of v .t. lv..n\ won a decision over llarvny Thorpe of Kansas City In a ten ri-uinl between t h,: two wul- torw eights. DLMPSEY'S RECORD IS15 -it.-1 111h'. Kneekouis : Kid Flnn- roek, 1 reim-i; !'..:!/ Murphy, 1; Chi i l* Cerdon. ti; .Johnny Person, 7; A. Campbell, 3; .km Lyons, i>; Kred Wo 'esls, -1; O'-or.'e Oopelm. 7; Aiiiiy Miilloy, 3; Two Round Gillian. 1; Jack Doeiiey, ;:; H.»,-i-.» Hear ••„t. 1; RiLtl iing .loh us' mi !; ' i.-orf-.e Christian, 1; .lack Koeiiu, -1; Joe Bonus, le; Dan K.:te!|.-ll. 3; lttib York. I; Woo: Julian/ Sue -a'aer,.;. 10; T.irry Kiiilu.-, HI; Aiiiin Anderson, 1'-': Wild Iti.-r; Ke-iiuy, PC John i.e.,t' r .lohiirnn, 10 Ovaw: ,laek \K>wney,-l; Johnny Sail- IIIMTI;, I"; Anily Me.i- lov, 20. la, St. .la k I Mwiivy, -1. 1817 -Ch 13, K. by Jim Klynn, .Salt <• (hty, 1 lounil; J-iiy 25, W, Willie Meehau. San Cram-isco, 4 I. li. Al Norton. : ; an • at.3; ;'• pt 7, !). Wil- ;-'a.l 1'l .-.lieiseo, 1 111, II. Ciiai -II,. M-:l,-;-. 1 '...and; ;-tept. 2u, w. :r, c.iklatid. C«l.. -I 1, W C'J KinUii. 4 i ti;..l„; No. 2. W. ; : an Craucis-.-o. 1 o, I , ehal!. Hopi. l-oi'.irii Fraed, lie M ro-ni'l i Oaklnu l-hvi .Vi .e .'Cusi.! roniKl.t; Get. : ;"e.ii Fraa.. iseo, t ari Mori Is. r.. In Illlx Jan. 21. I i.tie. 'Vis. 1 t'ari Morris, Dempsoy Ib-mor Htllith, Ka- tied; Ki-b. -I, W. y. liiiffa'ii. N. Y„ i r.j.,n:'!-!, l-'eb. I-l, K. Jim Klynn, l-'ort Hle-ridan. 1 round; V«\>, 25. K. Bel llr.-nuau, MilaLilte.e, Wis . U rounds; March 10 K. Hull Sa.lee, Mem-phis. Teiin., 1 r.mnd; Mttreh 2G, K. Tom ltlii-y, Joijiin M"., 1 loitml; May 3, N. 1> Hillv Mlske, St. Caul. Minn, 10 rounds; May 22, K. l/.-,n KeLuho.!, Bxc.-lsior Springs, Mo, 2 rounds; May 20, K. Arthur I'olUey. IHitivcr, Coil).. 1 round; July 1, K. Kid M • Carthy, 'I'nl-a, tjkla., 1 round; July 4, K. Boil Devote, Jopllu, 'Mo., 1 round, July 6, K Porky I'Tynu, Atlanta, Ga., 1 round; July 27, K. f're.1 Vulton, Harrison. N. J., 1 roujut; Aug. 27, K./I'erry Kellar. Da/ton. O., 6 rounds; Sunt. 13, U. Wlllto M«e- han, Kan l.'raui.-isco, 4 rounds; tH-pt. 14. K. Jnck Moran, Ileno, Nov., 1 round; Nov. Ill, K. Battling l.ovln- sky, Plillad^iphla, 3 ruundn; Nov. IS." K. Porky Klynn, I'hlladelphlii, Pa., 1 round; Nov. 2S. N. IX Hilly Mlske, Philadelphia, Pa., U rouudii; Dec. 16, K.. Carl Morria, Now Orleans, 1*., 1 iviund. 191!*--July i, Wlllard sicw»«i In 3 roumrs. I'M - Man* IS, Eih. T«rry Kellar. 1 /round*; Sept. (, H. Hilly Mlsjta, 31 ' rounds. Benton Harbor: Dec 14. K. BUI lirmiuau, 13 rounds, New Yort. 192.1- -July 2. K. Ooorgos CarpeaU«r. 4 rounds, Jorsoy City.

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