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PAGE TWO. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS, SATUKLJAY, JU1-X 7, 1-JS5 during this llicr by your ierics store. 1500. hot wca- ordering mrats «ind gfo- ; froirj this lust phone P.-c •:! Foodn art'. Finest FOURNIE NATIONAL LEAP Frenchman Gets 19 Hit* in Week Msny For Extra Bases— Hcilman Retain Place. ;;<>, July 7.— An ambition, •'1 In thfj mind of jAciiue.* :•. of Brooklyn for a nimibor of as boi-n ri'.'illr.otl. Tlio hlr- iiitn who I : !IHM ho I.roiie ltd' 1 ;*H live-'I in JKIJIOH of HOMX; c!;.y i tip 1 be;id i»f (.'Milium 1* • 1. '.•!•.;.••• j !im>iif< (ho Icti.Lor.'i of fon.ii r,r;Li!;a f ', acr-ordlnji' to rive-<•]".,: '.M1 it.day mid which ln- riiit's of Inst Wedne .Mkiy. Hy : L-uf Iti hlttt. tiiu litippy y-jn of none i 500 INCISE-..;] „.JM mark tram v.trl'h top* t !io players •!\r\ pa! ••!]. in 4fi or jnorrr < tkni of hit'A, Fou; .< I;. ;n" run a drlng HIM Vi ;un !:i . uliiM'f iii^* four dmi ii>;:i i'.n)!'t"'(i t'-n point;;, iiiiilititf L-\>nriih-r with un ay 1 1 ."IVi:- "i<" fir tin' inosL pen time. l.)u: Id* in.'-•!.» a i ».".\.'rd of six : L of V\nn- liits v Jv •n 1-.' ;d li:i troit, .:iTJS; Wilt, Now York, .a ft 2 Klnj^tefld. lU»!«:un, J. Sewed I, t'-tovidiiml, .:t :n ; J.. 1 lurrts. Boston, ..*$:;J; line!, 'W 'aHhincNwi, ,3:u>; IWJJI, Detroit, :i2'.: Williams, St. TAWIS, .:iL»:t; Myait. Cl»vid:ind p .32;;; Iluusor, J'hll.irtidjdil.i. ,:',I7. Cart East Into Lead, f'.'irl KM- t, K.-f Minneapolis, has jumped from fit'll; pUt < i in tlio A.uu-rWn Association to Hit- top of tho list. East 1R rloutlnw l\>r ,.»70. J. Sml'.h ot Toledo dropi^d into a lie with Lamar of Tok;i.k» Tiir tin' runnor-up honors, OJIo-h huvlnp XW. llunny Brief of Kan- »ua City who M fourth uii.li .308, Increased -his K<rim: as u run getter to 73 find hi.* total b ;iM i mark to 174. Kdd io Mu:• phy of Colnrnbua and t'ooii ny, of M11 wai! )•: oo , aro 11 vt\ for t'M^o t-vt < MI I i ii r- uoi:i.»ra with 10 <\ r u*h. (>ilu:r lt.iding baUt-rs: (Vmhs, T.nulsvilh.', .Iff*-; lii'invn, indlnnii-polif*, X->:<\ M. Murphy. iVilumbua. .:Hft; ('Jiri:=frnht;:-y. Jijfl jfui«p<»]ls, ..'M-S ; (J. V.'ri^ht, KunKn f'ty, .?.17; Ihin^u-o-nd. Kan^art i.'My, .;M 1; Kruo^'M-, Indian- apo!L«, lla-ifi. St. T'aul, }i;ivir>, ('olt; ;iil>u.s, .H.'JO; M. Shannon, I.*;uI»vJUo, .VM; Western League. Diamond of n ^r.^i'i 1 , a •vs'ork down in thc.nth plnr^ iu t.ho W\ !it- 1 .o.njni»\ has Inuif.hod a drivo and is Indvpendeiu'c within strikirijr dii-ramic; of IVinnum of: Toprka Tulsa., who is li'adins with XW. lloran ' j of l)r : H Moiiifs is th»> rnnnor-np with •v | .i'.vt Had I':.iniM--.d U in-xi with .^77. d| 1 Uvis of Ttii:^a and McDowell of Ji! Wii-hita'aft.: t iod with circuit di"ivL'.-j| ri 1 t^'di. I Solomon. ('Ii esbrn. Solomon Still Out in Front But Shockers Drop a Notch 4 general slumir-liy nil members of tho Hutchinson team Is reHpnnfilhlo for u rlinp to Bccfinil place this week In the official overngUB rolmsacl tuduy of .the SliocltiTU hi ti«m letting. Coffoyvlllo, lidlfig on tlio ImpcUifl of a KTval pi'iinunt rtrlvo, went Into firBt place whllo the SUockora Fluiniiuil. Thnfo 1B b'Ut llttlu dilforcnco In tho team average of tho four kailir.g clubs, Coffcyvllln. HiiUhlnKon. Muskogee and SupuliMi. The Shockers arc hut two poiuLa bi'liiud tin; leaders. . Toduy'y avca^gea for gameg played uv to S:Uurday t Juno 30, 8hn;v Muao Solomon Is still leading ilio IPUKDO la hattliiK, though ho dropped live mora pnlntn U> .304. C'hcs bro of Sallna hold his own stnylng in BBcond ylaeo with iin (ivci'iigo of .363. Tour Shookcra Hit Over .300. Ki.lly Wa '13 Ir, &oi :<md anions tho SIIOCIKT batsmon with an uvcraj'n of .SSI. Vlcli nml l.cmen arc the only other prnacut mcmbors of the team bat- linjc ihe apple at a .300 -clip. .Mo<-.« Solomon leads tho league In 0.>'.al hi home rutiK and three base hits. Teum batting averages are as follow: Team Batting. total liases, nim; scored, I Coffevvllln i Jtutcliinooit t .Musluu:f,-e ''J' I Kaj.iiliw Salhia lia.-ileaville O ..62 . .on . .63 . 53 . 6 L Ay- 20711 2090 1D1S 11IS2 1!M>7 a H Til £15 m un Sfl sn III? SO Pel. 29li ESS V!>4 82 a n 21 111 69 1X9 2!S .290 8S0 598 (109 Si 27 r,4 47 85 213 2'.;:l .2SS 321 BOO 86f. 115 IS 3S CS 79 205 264 .287 .152 55G Ml! is2 32 3S f.B 83 21(1 2fl9 .280' 214 520 Gllf) G5 25 20 60 19 177 2.10 .207 2S2 R23 713 9'J 23 25 67 29 191 2RS .21'.:! 259 BOfl 701 7H f. 31 42 2S 1S7 217 .259 304 B02 717 32 23 SO 42 21« 212 .257 IGE CREAM FREEZERS i YES * AUTO VACUUM—CRANKLESS— BLIZZARD Priced. $2.00 to $7.50 It'» a Pleasure to Show You. HOSKINS & YOUNG Phone 3752 HARDWARE—TIN SHOP (Home of FRONT RANK Furnace) 22 First WesU Individual Battina- Individual halting averages of players hiltinK above .250 are Knlhr.r >if olilahonia (Mty oonllnuc! on ^ sic; 1F .O lln.( 35- HVt 'iJ'ivM \ 7 !TT! VP FOR of Hh r-.< >t foi-.VLiiii into of .New York. Inr, ^2 Hornrra. iaci'Miali if Dili- :.i!tl|j;i.n. of ill... hi;. <.iiri;'.:;:r . :» ;.J o'A'in;: lii,; \ •H with tv-.'aly [bo T-.Vi. UL-.l-i ] \ ant in ! Un ft*. ' Sl.lill! Tlltij- I I 'lt nut In ba-e bib' 11 T 'i f fl n Wichita are (bin r I'. nbiifi bail.' :v, ,:;(;s- Hh • -h- •J'oux Cily, .31 .36 1: .1. Crif:' (bib: j ' Mobir .Moil. 1-', .-i', rtealln:: ^vith 22 of Ontaua and ; •ai-h f.vo h /!ilnd. j Hit c: I'ainicr, riUiux- -yy. :. WiL-bila, .jniii ' S; Mcl.arry, lie? l,b. OlU;ii::i, .3X2; . ; Comilcn nib, Tulsa, .3-l.S: 5 y / * B .iy i^ CITY of !ho lMli'ilie.'-.. b,".. -nily It tab). }ii ; ; ri.;;v ami IK hack i/i bin hail In be prut -woes "Cy" c:'i'.i..' !•-. run" and univ- leadi lb. 1" -layer;;, with 22. ';;:i£ bal!or B : Kr!.»>-Jj. .Vi" 1 I'Ki'.lTiiil, ('lib- .11:0. .3(10 •1 *l.i:ra'i. .757; |j..i'..nii>< '.I'.V; Mnlaci, l'b;\ab;l:i;:i. ••v..nli, ilo-.toa, Tra; -jrjtH. 313; Unrnrf.?. S i':ii'.>', J'|it «hurijn. 33T -in ;n;;i. ,::;o. !;;a p in F-asily Leads. ant of Iiotrnit. who :.;ior:ly after tile r.-maineil on the in (lie An;.'baa il.. lam v.-e.-k J.1.1 Irom .42ri in .419 >!•"» H> '."I'd Hi» arb'S .laini;; on of i;-.' ruanf'.;;;; v.itli ..is bait"d blmi'CK b lbl.li.. :m-h has Orfiriais of the Carey Park flolf as- :-.im-iatir..rt finally (lot till; cily to Kive a little relief from the scraKKly, dank faira'eyp which u'err- the re.^uH ol :i:U"b lain and ^imvinr;. Tile city Hutch. Sal. . . W. Scott. Sap. . . land, Hap. ('off el, Mils. . 'rook, Mu-i. s, Iml "i, Top. . . ill, Map. .. , 3, Hutch. . '. Sap ill, Mini. .. •ti. i'lavl llv.n; Hirip W.-.le Ke!l> liib.i; • v.-in» mt; chine a.-.t h'.i.'y late ill tlo: .••.-v. and a nntjor b-'bl of ihe course once more in playable »; ; ba[.e, ai> rdiiii.; to Si .-rctari liob Ho..;tu:ler 0! i: I'ariv Paid, t'-olf a;7.^o-::iation, Tin Ida ' ye desiri •ap ch..m arc;, 1'ai all dav will he. 1 oirnaiiier e.lvcn e of tlio 1: 10 lane part In the iembiip tournament oi (loir «i.m»fiatli)!i will I'.noiv to ijualii'y. All ih"..;t:.] at 6 o'clock to- anb tiairiilSH made tba' An o\;ra \veek has :rsnt': to qualify I"'- •L.cr. eeiiilitiou of the - - a", y r;;;!;c v.bbh knocbed 0111 le!!!-:.. :or ;io p.;.;: b>- lausili^ (be a;.'....r of many emioyu The.-e hos not been l;i;. in- i;.;vri in the handicap chain- toarnam.'nt vv'aii ii %va...i ' x- ib". :i ;l.-.'c- of t'ne handicap fea- II KjKl;..r, ln-l . .. (Hl.il lie, C'off. .. Robinson, Hutch. Phillip:., Dart . . Mai thews, Toffey. P.ockskopf. Top, : Sarlmid, Sal, . ,. Woolen, Ind . ... Cushion, Hart. .. Glass, I'eff Pick, Hutch runk, Sap Lemon, Hutch . .. b*. llru'.vn, Sap. . . T. WilHu. Hart. . ('l:iyl;atii;li. To]) . liault, liart Mare. Sal II: ani-lib-. Jlna. . . Kabdot, 1 'orfey . . Yi: tor. Ibb!'...;,-, . . B.-),->l <5, Hutch'. . . . Ibirinnd. tkvtfev l-'.'.-u-in. Coffey.' . . l -'oiTost. Mils. .,. H0We, Cofi 'eV. . . . Foatnr, Hutch. . Hevins, It-irt. . Mil hell. lad. . . ()1 -:.>:i, lliw Shoots, Hutch. . Broker. Top Purtcll .-aile Hutch. iud Sab . iv. Sal. P, :que s Fluque Top. bK>»,<;. Drat ' lb V.'llll:-.. ! I Matthew.-;. I Hiiffniaii. 1 • lienipe. .Ma " Kush. > Hahn. i s»P. • • Top. . Musk. k '1>ick. i Pierce Butler . .folia-, i Meek: 1 011. Top. u A I) H ii Til 211 311 HH Sll .60 231. 60 91 157 15 12 19 3 .69 226 37 . S2 124 S 2 10 1 . 6f, 2a7 51 72 105 14 -6 3 10 2 .CO 210 34 *3 105 9 4 D S S .45 167 22 5S S3 7 C 12 .52 193 35 CO 105 13 4 6 •1 6 .03 23:. 4f> SI 11! 14 2 5 .47 193 27 65 lt'l 12 3 6 0 (1 .5* 22S 60 SO 11.7 14- 4 r, 9 4 ,5ij 211 43 SO 100 16 1 4 !) ,4S If. 11 26 6 5 71 7 0 S <i 1S3 42 60- Si', 4 ~5 4 9 r, .Till 257 62 S-! 150 11 1 12 *> 35 .5! 215 3 1 70 '.id 13 3 •1 <; .51 190 4u 62 lo-t 12 6 6 11 16 .2b 71 7 23 26 3 0 0 11 3 .3S 111 10 45 59 4 2 2 3 7 .61 245 40 7S Ml 7 E % 2 15 7 .59 221 37 70 93 13 2 % 2 6 .35 11-1 16 Sfi 6.S 6 1 5 1 1 .45 3 05 20 62 07 9 0 2 0 0 .60 207 3S 65 92 9 0 2 9 5' .54 105 19 61 77 .11 '10 1 1 7 O . .60 231 42 73 120 .11 '10 3 12 1 7 . .45 17 1 29 53 S3 9 3 5 4 ..00 2-10 47 70 125 13 3 10 1 2 .27 SI 10 2'i •Ii) 6 1 2 1 0 . .00 231 41 72 11 1 13 7 6 1(1 12 . .49 1S3 2 r 56 . 2 7 2 6 7 0 . .39 135 21 41' i,:i S 2 0 3 2 . .59 231 so SO 97 .15 0 4 3 4 . .03 227 45 6S lb» 15 5 2 7 10 . .61 226 60 67 114 11 7 4 9 16 . . 20 54 7 10 10 0 0 0 0 . .33 IS 2S •17 4 1 1 r. (1 . .37 137 14 40 4 5 1 1 0 a •1 . .33 107 IS 31 45 •1 2 2 0 . . 63 219 31 63 SO 12 1 3 0 11 . .61 22'! so 64 s.o 7 3 1 it . . 60 217 04 Gl S2 11 n 23 ..00 207 42 6S 79 IS 0 r 9 ;) ..57 205 19- 57 6.S 11 0 0 12 1 . .63 250 41 69 106 IS S 5 10 9 . ,6S 231 51 64 f;.l 5 C 6 6 21 . .34 95 11 26 30 4 0 2 1 1 .. 56 22S 4! 62 77 12 0 1 0 r, . .49 lis 21 40 6'.' S 0 4 3 2 . .47 171 2.S 46 5S 1 4 1 14 ; . .31 97 14 26 39 5 1 2 ,» 0 .. 55 214 30 57 69 10 1 0 10 5 . .46 13! 21 S5 4S 9 2 0 4 . .5S 20.1 21 54 67 7 • S 0 9 4 . .51. IS! 4 1 43 74 0 1 h 9 11 . .22 fit 15 21 So 4 1 1 R 1 . .50 173 2-1 46 55 9 0 0 13 4 . . 63 206 26 53 GS 10 1 1 S . . 2 : i 55 S 14 20 2 rj 1 a . . t '.i 174 22 44 62 3 1 1 9 :1 . . 25 91 It 23 30 7 0 2 4 *2 . .27 135 3 5 34 51 4 5 1 . . 13 152 23 3S 57 6 5 1 10 2 . . 25 7« 11 13 19 1 0 0 1 0 . . . 20 52 9 13 18 2 0 1 1 1 follows: Pet. .391 .363 .31ft .317 .347 .342 .329 .337 .3.12 .331 .3'!S ..:2li .326 .321 .319 .3 IS .317 .316 .315 ..TI 4 .312 .5! 2 .310 .309 .309 .2 OS .306 I .30-1 .31 >3 .200 .296 .290 I .251 I .2S0 I ,27S \\ .271 ! TLAND LISTERS Janesville-Samson STANDARD FOR MORE THAN THIRTY YEARS Two row Horse Drawn, with truck. . . $57.20 Two row, power lift. $63.80 Three Row, Power LJft. . . .$100.00 More than a hundred and forty listers sold from our store this season. DISTRIBUTORS Hutchinson, Kansas 120-122 West First Phone 20 FIRE—LADDERS Of SNYDER QUALITY have prevented or hold down many a loss. l.AHDEriS for every iieel. c.OOI.i JLTiUMrc.NT inn! SNYDEH LADDERS fee. hand in hand. Phone 1E». THE SNYDER COMPANY 23-25-27 West Sherman. .250 .250 .250 tuiijil.-. Who wen a bail same by a l .i: s T!,un ho y::ld with a ftrill, "Hub;,, c.i un 1 win? Yo amir., lltl'c Hi-hen, Ctr/.iiqn But that v.iiku't Adolfe I .mine, (he Brirnes: pitcher of the Clnei Jtedn. 1! muHt bnv u h(.i n a ooutdn. For, HH fur W Adoifo eun recall, ho jiev,er hud any •tlch lurk. He always loses them hy • flu'lut: teldom liy poor pltcbiue- for this siiilffor soat from !2ia ?««<) o/ freo -fluwhit: :\q\ujt and waving nalms I»JUBL uhoat the hejjt Idtelier la tlio Nttltomil lea;;ue thaso days. Won nine out of the flrut tell guinea cilulked uj> •Bulniil hiru. And la utlll soini; utrou*. TTils jjs espjwlftlly rratlfyins to liUtlOQ niter *olus Uiroutfli a season of won the unsoua/lit dlatinctlon i of io.dn;; more j^aunei than any other i f:h:;.;er In the National leaijui^ latit ' fieacou. 1/ropiied twenty threo Aihile v. iniilre hut thirteen. That Pat Moral) reallr.ed that I.uque de.,ervi-.l abetter average in evlduiced hy the fact that the Irish leader didn't oven combder partlui; with him. litiqiiu would take hlri turn roBulurly. Just an refuinrly ho -would pitch good hall. Things would inoitreiw toward a iiiensnnt conclusion until an iefleider would play football "vv I til the tdow firoimder or au outfloldoT wotild KO blind of-archlng for a pair ot (peon stockings In the (rrandotand. Then the ball game would change hand?. Luo.ua is now luu ouly isoii of Cuba chance at the — x— liien giiirerr, from the In the major pitching ranks. Gonzales and the otliera who preceded him have dojiai'teil. Adoifo wait horn in Havana, Aug. 4, 1890. It was while ipk'yln" acuil-pru hall In liin native town bark In 1912 (hat die idea struck him to try for a berth In the hit; leasuoa. He promptly i.'i)t sail for New York ami grabbed hlm.-,elf off a Jub pitching for u eeml- pro team In Ixinn 0ranch, N. J. Moat ot Uhi teammates were Cubniia. The EravM grabbed him in 1514, but faring od him to Jersey City and then to To-*' ronto. lu 1916 he went to Loul»vllle and played there uutil AilgriBt, 1918, when the Cincl Reds ooppeij birn. I^urjue broke Into the world's aerlea of 1919 on two oceasionH an a relief^ hurlor. Ho allowed oca hit in five Innings and held the opposition '.•unless. A rroup Hiitcbbisoii Country club will leave tomorrow monihiB at 6:30 on an Arkansas Valley Intenirhan- car for Wichita and a day of golfing as guests of tho Wichita Country club. Tho Wichitans will re-pay the call In two weeks. Forty have signed for tho trip. They will breakfast at Wichita. The women of the Country club aro hoping that Mrs, Tom Elcooir, state cha.niplon and runner up in the ] women'.-; trl -3t .n.tc tournament held recently at Kansas City, will be one of the party of Wichita women to come here Jaly 17. Inflations have been e-iieaded to the Wicbjia and Sallna Count i y club women. —x— Pr. If. C. Kmbroy, a Great Bend enthusiant loaned h>a clubs to Jtev. C'rozier wllh Instructions to tho clergyman to teacii tbom how to behave. The doc inusL b.are hit uume rouga jjoing. ... x — "Oolf," o.ouvment« the Hllinwood Lender, "is a funny game. 'Phe other day ouo of our heat players went out wllh H Iralf dozen balls and lost tho last one on the fourth hole. He threw a ina^hlo after hie laM, bum drive any announced be was through. An hour later he camo back from town with a dozen now balls and a new maehie. —x— Ths best of them nave their off- days. It'a Just Ilka any aport. The bcBt prayer will look like a dub at ttinea doaplte tho fact be puts overy- tbiiiK he has into the game. —x— Dr. H. D. Sterrett and B. T. Foote, are two Hutchinson professional men who play golf re !lKlou«ly dally because they like the game and because it affords them the relief from office grind which every nan finds necoa- Eary even though he doeun't take it. Tho Riverside Golf club of Groat Bend har. voted to buy the 80 acre tract which (hus been under lease for its golf course. A small sholtor house which will contain lockers la planned. Go«a ta Parsons. , Parsons—S-amuel D. Hendrlz, principal of the Iola lillfh sohool, has toeon eelscted principal of tho Parsons senior high «obool for tho ooming year ai a salary of $1,2450 for ton moatbs. FIRST FOOTBALL PICTURE OF YEAR I MANYTG STERLING FOR MEETING OF YEOMEN A larao number from lTuuhin:--on drove to fiteriiny last nlelit to bear j W. W. Ilryant, juvenile wiporvisor of j the Yeo.r.an Mtciety, Cb L. Vrooman, i member pf tlio board of director:? and } J. rl. Weftfall. r.tate manager, speak. 11. 10. Yaggy, Krt McNashlen and K. C. i Hackett with osiers riipre.'iented the Chamber of Comtnerco of Hutchinson | and all made talk;; regarding the pes- 1 sibilitips of gotllUK Ihe "City ot Childhood" which t'ne Yeomen '.vill build, to eotne to Hiitciiiu:.:ou. 'I tie javeuile team, (,J. O. Y. Lodge) of 11iitciiir..-c-:i put on the floor work and fancy drill in full uniform. An e-vcolluit. program was given by th" children and all responded to encore.;. The Hall was crowded to seating capacity and till returned home well piearaid with tho ovoninKrf entertainment. Telephone Users, rortland: Klgltty per cent of the farmers of Oregon Itavo telephones. A pound of plucfc it «w !?4 a ton or luck. —James A. Q&rHcUt. Coached Zuppkc, left, and Cilmour DoBle. talking football. ' Gridiron C'oacshes Bob Zupplia of Illinois and Gilmour Doblo ot Cornell are teaching fixitball to about 400 students in tho eummer courso for coachen at the University of Illinois They might bo up In tho mountains or far la ths cool WOOIIB but prefer this way of spending ths suimnor. V»ry Curious. One of the strangest things in lifo ifr that Hie pui who thanka Gotl that he did not go to college always senda I caused by a Be& stlpging one of the his son there.—Boston Traqsnript; : "'«niule» Mules Wrecked Bees. Troy —A runaway team of mules wrecked a hive of bees on the farm of Gaorgo Taylor, near White" Cloud, Kan. The bees attacked Ihe^ nfriles and atuiig them BO soverely that the mutes both died. Tiio runaway was Music Is Essential. A roster of the pianos sold by Jenkins would look like a social register of the piano-making industry. From the humble but worthy' Bachmann at $285 to the highest priced Duo-Art and magnificent . Steinway,- we select only ihe best to offer our customers! The same superiority of quality ii a distinctive mark of our renewed pianos, which ran&e from $150 up. Perfectly conditioned in our factory shop, fully guaranteed by us, they are really more desirable than when new, price considered! All in all, the hept place to buy a piano or player-piano, new ox renewed, is jW*Hjf We are open till Nina O'cleck I R. F. HulUnd, Mwt- U>H. <ta. BBtohllJsoh, .K |U )»7 in'-'""

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