The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on July 14, 1923 · Page 3
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. SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1923 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. PAGE THREE. 4, off on all children's low shoes and slippers Saturday Night and Monday Your opportunity to save money on your midsummer purchase of children's footwear. AT Phoenix tioac to match. Have you noticed our windows? Wo close at 5 o'clock except Saturday. Shockers Drop First Home Series of the 1923 Season Reginald Tight and Purtellmen Were Blanked. MORBITZER ALSO GOOD Lucky Hit Gave Visitors Their Scores—Hutchinson Team on the Road Today: Well anyway, It was Friday tho thirteenth. That was a good all'bl. —-x— '. Three shut-outs and- a 2 to 1 gamo •poaks well Jor Southwestern League pitching yesterday. —x— Watch those Salina Millers! It's a novel experience to SOB 'em away out In front. They won -their sixth straight yesterday by making a awoep o{ the Cotl'oyville series Rfter heating Bartlosvillo three in a' row. — x — Tho Shockors open a S-ganle ' series in Topoka today and will lace a much tougher loam than in their last encounter early in tho liraf-s^aiion. Gear has avor- ased a new player a day but there Is method to his system. Ho eays he won't stop until ho is wholly satisfied with his team. Gear's latest acquisition is a now! battery, Johnny Biggors and Nicholas, star pitcher and catcher for Muskogee last year. They have been farmed to McAlester of tho Western Association this year and were sold or otherwise disposed of to Topeka by Barbour. —x— Jack Holland owner of the Oklahoma City team of tho Western Leiiguo watched the Topeka-Muskogeo game yesterday and got to watch Pierce and Presmuth, <two star young {lingers in action^ —x— Hal Fisher, Independence first baseman, undoubtedly thn premier first baseman of tho league, has been going groat since he was re -Instated after a suspension given by Drmmnond Brown fOT indifferent playing. He is hitting tho ball hard and playing his position with his old dash. Purtell will probably start Goodo In tho opener" at Topeka today and Bailer will be the likely choice to start tomorrow's ruckus. Burrows, a new {linger from the far west reported yew j terday and was In uniform. Ho may get a chance to parade his stuff in the Topeka series. , —x— 'Many fans think Casliiou Iho greatest first baseman in the" _ league but we disagree. A pitclier who uses his head need never allow Cashlon to connect squarely. In each lustanco where bo has hit over the fence here this year it Jias iheen a "fat one," right down the center with nothing on it Tho hlg fellow was easy for Mor­ bltzer. —x— You'va got to hand It to Hauk for being a right smart little short stop. The pudgy one is fast as lightning and robs many a batsman of a hit. Boss Purtell returned to his post at •short yesterday despite the fact his hand Is no better. The team is weakened so much with Shoots out of- the outfiold, playing short ho cannot take ground balls like a regular Infielder. Ho plays ~hls position too deep. Wilkinson's decisions on .halls and rtrikes yesterday were Just as 'bad as th« day hoforo hut he did ariso to the oocaslon and hurry things along like to formerly did. He permitted Reginald to stall for five minutes In the eighth whon Hutchinson threatened a Bcoro. —I— (Nothing has been heard from Harry Womaok for some time. It is presumed the dean of umpires .ds still at tho bedside of his wife who has been seriously, 111. Bon- durani apparently has been released. - —x— The now Grotto calllopo took a turn Jn front of tho grand stand just bofore tho game opened and raised a luBty ehout of protest from tlta players when tha driver cut across the inflold. —X— Frankenhotf went hltleaa yesterday for the first time since joining-the Bearcats. —x— •Morbttzor had Beaton BartleavlUo twice prior to yesterday's game. —x— Mose Solomon will retain hlg leadership of. the league In tho next averages only through a slump of the otuar Isadora. Sol hasn't been able to hit n thing for a week. It 's funny to see Ma.kogno and Coffeyvillo gracing re/outh and eighth plucoa. That won't last long, however. Muskogee's ill luck on the present trip.will probably oause tho fans there to call even louder for Barbour to surrender the managerial reins to Roy Corgan. —x— Purtell is angling for a now outfielder. Ona Is needed hadly "by tho Shockers because Banks is npt to have to go In and catch any time, which pulls Solomon to first base. —x— Tho Shockers will be home next Friday for a throe-gamo series with Topoka, with Indenpondenco following for throe'games. BOX SCORE Forty men and women took part in the Scotch foursomes at the Country Club yesterday, first prize 'being taken by Albert Oalbreut'h and Miss Pauline .Wejant mho turned in a net score of 38. Thalr gross was 49 and handicap 11. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hettinger wore second with a gross of 63, handicap of 24, making their net 39. Ennrson Carey Sr., and 'Mrs. O. r. Cul'breath wore tied for second with a gross of 50, minus a handicap of 11, making their gross 39. —x — Art Andrews, Co"»try Club pro was nleased with tho interest In the Scotch foursomes and said today thoy would become a regular feature The first round of play In the Carey Park golf association's handicap championship tourn&mout jvlll end tomorrow. All cards for the first matches must be turned in by 0 o'clock. The municipal courso Is gradually- being Improved and will he kept In bettor shape for tho remainder of tho summer and fall. — x— A large group of golfers from the Wichita Country Club will be here next Sunday to return the call of local goiters made last Sunday." —x—• John 'Mack, Wichita country club pro will probably come with the Wicn- ita golfers and tf he does a match will ibe played 'between him and.. Art Andrews, local pro. Andrc-ss won a match from Black's assistant lava Sunday at Wichita. —X— - . The Wichita pro is now playing in tho national open championship tournament at Inwood, •». Y. . Tho Bartlesvllle Bearcats copped the serioa from the Whoat Shockers by. tuking the odd game yesterday 3 to 0., Reginald, Bearcat slabman was simply too good for the town boys. His control was anything but good but he was shoving the good ones by the Purtellmen in easy fashion, whiffing six. Leo Morbkzer, the Juvenile Shockor Slabman also pitched a very nice game. Ho had one bad inning, the fourth when throe runs weru scored after two were down. The element of luck played strongly In the scoring of theso runs. The hit which brought in the first runs would have been an easy out except that Sam Lemon had darted for second base to take a throw to stop a base theft and the hall went into right field. Gamo Called Early. F.lns will always wonder what tho Shockers would have done in the eighth. Tlie game was called at 4:40 to permit the visitors to catch a train null Carl Shoots had just led off with a scratch hit to Hauk. Foster was at bat when Wilkinson called the gamo. With the top of the batting order.up there was at least a strong chance. Akrlght had batted for Morbltzer in the seventh an if Bauer retired the Bearcats In thu eighth In easy fashion. •He walked King to start It and Hauk sacrificed, but Fisher and Reginald fanned. The Shockers had several excellent chances to score. Perhaps tho best came in tho third when, with one down Shoots singled to centor, stole noeond and went to third on a passed ball, - Foster walked and stole second. With runners on second and third it looked like Lemon would bring them In, but Lemon tanned , and Sol hoisted to Willis. A Lucky Break. The visitors got to uttorbitz,er in tho fourth. Cashlon and Hevlng were easy outs, but King doubled to left, and Huuk singled to the same place. King holding third. Hauk started for second and fcomen ran to the bag to re- colve the throw. Flslier hit a bounder ftt Sam's regular position which went, for a hit. because of the absence of Lemon. King and Hauk scored. Reginald walked. Butler doubled to W,U, scoring Fisher. Willis lined to Rz&U. Kelly Wales doubled in thu seventh with two gone and went to third on a passed ball. Akriglit batted for Mor­ bltzer but grounded to King for tho Bartlesvllle. AB R H PO A Butler, 2b 4 Willis, If 4 Frankenhoff, rf 3 Cashlon, lb 3 Hevlng, cf 4 King, 3b ' 2 Hauk, GO 1 Fisher, c 2 ReQlnald, p . ,.• 2 0 1 •1. 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 6 2 0 0 0 2 3 6 21 8 Totals ...:.25 Hutchlnsoi AB R H PO A E Shoots, cf 3 0 1 1 0 0 Foster, 3b 0 0 0 0 3 1 Lemon, 2b 3 0 0 3 2 0 Solomon, rf 2 0 0 0 0 0 Pick, If 3 0 0 4 0 0 Purtell, es 2 0 0 1 3 0 Banks, lb 3 O 0 10 1 0 Wales, c 3 O 1 2 0 0 Morbltzer, p 2 0 0 ~0 0 0 Akrlght (x) 1 0 0 0 O 0 Totals 22 0 2 21 9 1 x—Batted for Morbltzer In seventh. Score by innings: Bartlesvllle 000 300 0—3 Hutchinson 000 000 0—0 Summary: 2-base hits, King, Butler, Wales. Sacrifice hits, King, Hauk. Stolen btrses, Shoots, Footer. Double plays, Purtell to Lumen to Banks. Passed balls, Fisher 2, Wales. Wild pitch, Reginald. Left on bases, Hutchinson 6, Bartlesvllle 7. Bases on balls, off Reginald 5, Morbltzer 5. Strike outs, Reginald 6, Morbltzer 2. Time of game, 1:37. Umpire, Wilkinson. Shirts $2.50 and up None Belter at the Price A fine showing of summer values in collars attached, de- tatched. collars, or collar bands in fancy or plain patterns— Manhattan Shirls $2.50 up Others, $1.50 and up Manhattan Soft Collars Manhattan Pajamas BORNSBY BACK IN OLD PLACE Omaha, .362; Diamond, Denver, .305; I Mi 'Uirry, Dos Moines, .35-1; Lellvelt. I Tulsa, .349; T. 'McDonald, Omaha, 1.347; C. McDowlol, Wichita, .347; 'Lamb, Tulsa, .345; Mooro, Sioux City, i.344; Corriden, Des Moines, .343. Cardinal Star Tops Batters of Older League—Ruth Gaining in Average and Homers. OTHER GAMES IN THE SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE third out. U O. Turner, by dofoatlng Roy Scott, has taken tho championship of tho 'Park Hills Country club at Pratt. —x— Superintendent George Zcigler of the St. John schools mado a new record for the courso there tho othor day when ho shot a 42. —x— The women of the Hutchinson Country club will bo hosts Tuesday to an Inter-city tournament." Women golferB from Salina and Wichita nfo expected. SCOVILLE TO BRING FAST RUNNERS HERE Kaws Made It a Sweep. Topeka. July 14.—Pierce let the Mots down with two hits and Topeka made a clean sweep of the series by taking the last game yesterday afternoon, 2 to 1. Only four Mats reached first hose, two on walks**and two on hits. Their lone score was made in tho second when "Butch" Wetzel, first man try, clouted a high fly over the left field fone«. No more men reached first until the sixth. Then Haley walked, witli two down, and died on first. The score: Muskogee Haley, tf Olson, ss Oortfan. 2b Wetzel, rf Rsbbitt, ot Rempe, 31> Clnybrook, lb Forrest, c. I'resmuth, p Totals ab h i"tj Topoka 0 11 1 1 0 3 3il 2'24 2jN;ipie.r, cf olsirolrm, 2b 211 tick, 3h 3 lloukskopf, lb 2U'liihaugh, 0|D T OSS, If Kreuives, llenn, c Pierce, p Totals ub li po 3 O I 1 0 1 0 10 1 2 1 3 0 1 0 6 0 0 BEST PART OF FIGHT RECEIPTS TO UNCLE SAM Helena, Mont., July 14.—In addition to tha $22,448 which the government collected on the Bale of tickets to tho Dempgey-Gfbbons fight July 4, $115,679 will be collected in lncomo tax, C. A. Itaapmusson, collector of Internal revenue for Montana, announced today. Of this sum Kerns must pay ?3S,- B33 and Dempsoy $77,146. The government's total revenue from the fight, fight concessions;- training camp admissions and •personal income Is $140,000, compared to total gate veeulpts of $201,000, llassmusnon Btated. DEMPSEY IS EPARING FOR HIS NET FIGHT Coffeyvillo, July 14. —With the sta*rt of the horse racing in the middle west less than a month away, the runners of tho C. It. yeovllle stable are rusting and ibelug placed in fettle these dayB on the .Torest Park grounds,' oast of the city. Mr. Sco- vlllo and son,. Dick, jockey-ln-chlef of the stable, arrived hero with the horses ovor a week ago from Omaha, Neb., whero they had a nineteen days' stand at the annual Ohuma Racing meet. Four swift horses uro Included In the string of Scoville's horsos. Flossie S„ the black mare that won every- entered in tho Montgomery thine County fair hore two years ngo, was .. big winner in the Omaha meet- She wns In tho money In every race she ran. Repent finished a winner In two of the Omaha races and Hopover did equally well. Tho little mare that will boar watching this s;eason is Sunny Ways, a brown 1-year-old that was not started at Omaha. She Is the fastest thing In the Scoville stable and before tho summer Is over Is expected to he the biggest money winner of the lot. The Scoville horses will go from hero to Sedalla, Mo., whero the Missouri State fair will open August 12. It is the present plan, Mr. Scoville saya, to make only the state lairs this soason, which prohahly will Include the two Kansas fairs at Hutchinson and Topoka. 28 4 at I t •N'onft out when wlnnlntr run wna scorcj. S.'oiv l,y innings: MiuikoKi'e ,...010 000 000—1 Toi>i*kjl 1O0 000 001- -2 Summary— Homi: rim, WHITA'X. Sacrifice 1)11.1. noekukopf. C!al>a\i£[i. Bonos on I'UIIH . off Ploree 2, otr ProamuUi 2. .Stiuck out, by ruovee 4. Stolon baso, Strohm. L«ft on banes, Muskogee 3. Topeka 6. Passed- ball. li«nn..Tlme ol Kam-s. 1:33. Umpire, Ooe«. Sallna 2, Colfeyville 0. Saltna, Kan., July 14.—Tlio Salina Millers ran their wins to six straight by defeating Coffeyvillo 2 to 0 yesterday. O'Bryno, regular first 'baseman, shoved Into tho pitching job in a pinch, held Sallna to three hits, but a walk, Cbei'.bro's double and an error lot • in two runs. Newton's shut-out completed twenty-seven innings for Salina pitchers in which Coftsyvllle scored only one run. Score: Coffeyvillo Kahilot. 3b li!;L-:a, ss O'Hvine. p H. Mut'ws, 2-b Howe, of .Mare, It 1 'ortaiid, lb Victor, rf Buohunt, rf Huntley, c ab h po 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals Lo» Angeles, July 14.—Road work ami preliminary training for tho bout with either Harry W11U or Luis Angel Firpo. In which he expecta to engage on Labor Day, has been started by .Lick DompBcy, according to friends hero today, nempsey has declared that ho intends to'taltu no nioro long lay-offs. He believes he must fight frequently ,to i fight y/9)l fttl'd Intends to pursue that policy until ixe to whlpped-or re- tlroa from til* rtu*. •» * * <?> * <$> * i> .$><*^ * <t, * SPORT BRIEFS. * <!> ' '•> $ <?> * •$> <5> <?> * *•> <?• <* <|. ^ Tul&a.—J. F. Prothoro, \>and leader and It. .1. Relchlo, a theatrical manager, announced that they had telegraphed Jack Kearnn offering $500,000 for a DempRe-l'-Flrpo flgfct to b staged in Tulsa on Labor Day,'declaring an oil millionaire would put up $200,000. Indianapolis—Jack Johnson declared that thero are three men who can knock out Dompsey—"Firpo, Wills aud Jack Johnson." Erie, Pa.--Joo Lynch, bantamweight champion, knocked out Putsy Johnson of Akron, Ohio, In ithe.Bixth round with a right cross to the jaw, * San Diego, Oallf.—Harold (Brick) Mullen, whoss work In football nud track at the University of California, won him wide fame, turned down an otto at $10,0uy to play ten ga.sne.3 of professional football for au Akron, O., Jtfiri. It was announced. Totals 30 3 24 .Hcurt* by innings: C.vff<-1 -villo .... Salirm Sunvmriry---2-l .aHe bit, fir... hit, (Ji:ral(l. Stolen bast;, Kahdol Double plsys, ICabnot to Muttbews to Doriuml; fjerakl to Koutfrow to Ohwsbro.- li.ises on bulls, off O'liymo 0, off N.-w- ton 1. Hit liv pltvhe'LluUl. J. Matthews. Mare. Htruek out. by O'Byrne 4. by Newton :i. Tasa.^l UaU. I>uvm. V.fft on iKtae*. Coffoyvllle 6, Salina 5. Runs, Itenlfrow, Herald; Krr'/rs, Bent ley. Wesleuh.-iver. Time of 1:30. Umj'lre, CJuiKley Independence 5, Sapulpa 0. Independence, Kan., July 14.-—Boyd held Sapulpa helpless yesterday, shutting them out with one blow Score: Sapulpa 1 1 2 11 Independence ab h po 1 Wrcnu, If " MfiHon, an Klslier. lb Kvans, rf C'.ttoh. of Mitchell. 2b ric'nfelrlt, 3b Brown, <: Boyil. p 2 3 Fl'lpp'in. 1 1 1 1 2 2| 0 2 3 1 30 1 21 Total* 33 12 27| Hi ore by innliife'H: Siliulpa 00O cm ot>n InnVpelirtenon fl(>2 020 l«v.~G Summitry 3-base hit. Plahor, 2-b.ise hit. Ks'lioenfelilt. Sacrifice hits Ma^'.ti Calon. Moiro bason. Klsher, Kvnns! Willis. Errors, Manon, Mitchell. Struck out. by Boyd 2, by Owens 3. Bases on ballH, off Boyd 3, off Owens 3. Huns, Wrenn. Fisher 3, Itvans, Time of came, 1:-10. Umpire, Dodson. Open All Day Tomorrow. Big ehlprnunt ot Eastman fSm received today. Cash Drug Co., A and Main. It (By The Associated Press) Chicago, July 14.--Rogers Itornsby. of thu St. Louis Cardinals, champion batter of the National League today is topping the list of hitteva, with an average of .381, Just one point in front ot the veteran Zacli Wheat of tho Brooklyn Dodgers, who has .380, according to averages released today and which include games of last. Wednesday. It took tiio St. 1-ouis star some time to attain his old position at -the head of the procession, but he moved upward rapidly when he started hitting against the Boston .Braves twlrlers. In his last six ftamos Hornaby mado 17 hits, three of which were homers. Jar.quca Rournler, the former Cardinal, now ot Brooklyn, who topped tho list a week ago has dropped to third pktco with an average of .378. Williams Still Has 22 Homers. "Cy" Williams, of the Phillies, leads the homo run hitters with 22. His total base rocord has been increased to 172. Max Carey of tho Pirates Is showing tho way to the run-betters with 67 tallies. George Uraulhnm of Chicago added two stolen bases to his string and now Is setting tho pace with 22 I thefts. Other leading batters: Roush, Cincinnati, .371; Frisch, Nov.- York. .3«S"J; O'Farrell, Chicago, .361; Young, Now Y.ork, ,,'it'O; Johnston. Brooklyn, ,::t '>0; Traynor, Pittsburgh, .355; Qrimm. Pittsburgh, .355; Hollocher, Chicago, .349; lloltomley, St. Louis, .348. Ruth Climbing. "Bubo" Ruth of the Yankees Is making rapid strides lu batting aud smashed out a dozen hits in his last six games, 'boosting hl:i average from .363 to .378. Ho Is now runner-up to Harry Hellmann, of Detroit who continues to occupy tho lead position with an average of .400. Charles Jamioaon, of the Cleveland Indians is third with .372. Ruth leads in home runs with .19. Ho la being closely pursued by Kenneth Williams of the Urowns, who has flfteon. 'Ruth is leading In total bases with 184 and Is showing tho way to the run getters, having registered 75 times.- M Kddie Collins, of the While Sox, Is far In front among tho base stealers with 27 thofts. Other loading batters: Hurns, Huston, .363; Wlt't, New York, .353; Hauoy, Detroit, .363; 13. Collins, Chicago, .350; .1. Sewcll, Cleveland, .342; J. Harris, Boston, .341; Speaker, Cleveland, .340; Williams, St. Louis, .329; Miller, Philadelphia, .32,-). Close Race In A. A. Lamar of Toledo and Kast of Minneapolis' are running close for the batting honors In the American AHsocia- • jj-tlon among players who have -parti- \ cipated in 50 or more games. Tho Toledo slugger U out in front, with '•>~Ti 38S while his rival is trailing him .. .000 o ,>0 e.;„). .(»' with .385. Co:b !>S of IvOUiriViln; is ...002 0oo mxi -3 i third with .370 cit SU.TI -, Bunny P.rie? Is leading home run hitters with 17 four baggers. The Kansas City sludger al&o 13 leading In total bases with 194 ami in runs scored with 80. Eddlt 'Murphy of Columbus Is out- ln front among base wtealors with 2'i thefts, while Cooney of Milwaukee had pilferud 20 sacks. Other leading batters: «. Weight, Kansas City, .364; Brief. Kansas City, .'.VSi; .1. Smith, Toledo, .3112; Brown, Indianapolis, .357; K. Murphy, Columbus), .353; Hammond, Kansas City, .338; Kruegur, Indian- ny-otls, Haas, St. Paul, .:r.Sii; Nicholson, Toledo, .335; Oood, Kansas 1 I ; City, .325. J{ j Horan Leads Western. o 1. j of Dos Moines has rei-'niiKd 0 +' ills position at the head of the bnt- 3 J "ll«ra of tho Western U<ague, having o 0 boosted bis average from .384 to .3Si; — — while Mailman of Tulsa, who topped i the players a wet-ic ago, slumped Into ! v^.cond' platio with an avorage of .385 j compared wlfh a mark of .398 a •.' i ;eV. ' ago. Blakeaiey of Denver Is the best run getter with 71 runs, and hi leading In total bases with 218. C. McDowell, a teammate of 'Blakc-Bloy's Is I'-arlir.jj the circuit drive hitters with 2.1 round I trip blows, Ixtvls of Tuba being second with 19. h. Smith or Wichita star Is leading v;Uh '1% stolen based to his ciodit. Other loading iiattore: Palmer, Sioux City, .366; J. Griffin, American Association. At Kansas City - It. 11. 13. Louisvillo' 100 000 003. A 11 2 Kansas City Oil 000 000 2 7 1 • Batteries— Cullop, Deberry and Mayer; Zlnn and -Skiff. At Milwaukee It. H. K. Indiana polls 101 100 101—s 17 2 Milwaukee 010 200 102-6 IS 3 Mattorles— Fl/.simnious and Dixon; Keefe and Shlnnult. At St. Paul- It. II. K. Toledo ft[>0 202 000 — 4 7 1 St. iTiul 104 Sdfl lOx-M 18 4 Batteries—I'Tlnerun. Olrard, Mc- Luutrliiiu and Anderson; Markle ami Allen. At Minneapolis— R. II. 15. RUSH AND MIDDLETON THE LEADING HURLERS First Half of Season Average* Give Big Muskogee Right Hander the Edge. Columbus 100 101 220— 7 Minneapolis ...013 5(H) 02x—II Batteries Sanders, Snyder Hartley; Mctlrav,-, Ericksou Mayer. I 3 and aud Western League. At St. Joseph— it. II. K. Wichita...: 002 001 001—1 12 1 St. Joseph 000 000 010 — I 4 1 Batteries -- Maun and McMuUvn; "Andy Gump" Rush was Iho league 's loatlint; htirlcr for the first half of tho 1983 season, official averages released today show. Wayne Miildleton of Coffeyvlllu was .second with one loss victory and l'vt >sniYi \Yi ot Mnskogeii wits third. Albin Hauer has the host percent age of the Shocker slahmen, with Henry a close, sm-oml. Morbltzer la t. edited with wlnnim: 5 and losing 5 but his record should ho (! wins aud 4 losses. The follo/.'lng table shows games won, lost pitched and lilts lWttlCf. R'IH Autrev, Mo. Mltelielt. To|i " l>unn. To,, ; .\lrl*'Uial(l. Huf). IhJiilep. To!,, , Uotecum, Hutch. Hnsii. Musk Mldilloton, (•off. l'l'-simith. Musk VVIllim-r.u, t'off viei 'T. t'ofr. ..'..; A lis If. K;ip. I'U'Vce, 'l',,,i. Illastor. Hart. ... Bauer, Hutch. Henry,, Hutch. . I'.-tei son, S:tn, Ill-muter, Hart . IteKinabl. Jt.irt. . . Oiiihant, Ton. Berltenstork, Liudbcrg anil Ivcdbt ;tLcr Pierce. At Tulsa— it. II. K. Oklahoma City. 100 mio 000—1 5 1 Tulsa r>00 002 Olx—3 5 1 Batteries—Allen, (Payne and Roche; Black and Crosby. At. Des .Moines— II. 11. 10. Sioux City 000 210 010 -- 4 11 6 Des Moines.. 3'21l) 005 02x -13 12 I. Battories—Grant, Duff, O'Brien and Querry; Miller, Williams and WlR-nt. At Omaha R. H. K. Deuvirr uoo 000 0:01- 1 7 n Oinaha 032 000 SOx—8 14 0 Batteries—'Voorheis, (Siosa ami Hinkle; Darrou^b and Wilder. < 'Iwuo- Goode, Hunt. M. Ms .S;<Ii. I'ill. , Hutch. -. .Monk !!e-\-o .Newt- Morbltzer, Huteh Ci'-'-. til.I Jehnson, Hutch. l. nfi.'iil. c,,if' Smith,' Musk Hress. M.'flts, M, I ill IT II Hart. I lid. . m. S:,l. T..|>. Sallna Itentfrow, 3I> 'leralrt. ss ' ', lb •larllmd, rf Mrautltran, 3b !Vt st'nver, if J- M'thcws, cf ^unnr-c .'."ewton, n a!> h po 2 0 3 2 1 3 4 1 14 National League. \t" Brooklyn— R li K Chicago 020 000 300— 5 9 2 Brooklyn 001 000 000^- 1 4 5 Batteries: Chicago, Osborne and O'Farrell; Brooklyn, Dlckennau, Ike. catur and Deberry. I At Philadelphia-- R It 10 Cincinnati 505 Oil 006-21 22 0 Philadelphia ...010 0IKI501-7 II 1 Batteries: Cincinnati, Bentou ami Hurgrnve, Wingo; phliadnlpliia. Head, Jones. Winter:', Miilev, Hollte and Henline, (nine,,. At New York \\ H Pittsburgh 031 411 002 10 t7 1 New \ orii (I'll 000 000 1 4 0 Batteries. PiitshurKii, Morrison and Schmidt; New York, Neltf. lleiitli-y,' Biirue.', Biiiine uud .Sn\dt;i-. i At Boston - R II 10 St. hums D ;;:: :;on—-10 19 " Ikjyton .... Bui teries: Met iirily; B Sarhuel. lion It.' 1 1 Sbuve", hsd. . i>. Wni;,.- , S; t | Shelby. Hutch. Qulnn, ^iusk Arnold, ('off. . TR>be. Sal. .. Wilson. Top. . Uo'l'i. Sal. ... Alblllies... Hap. Sollt,'. .Sup. . , . l .'-'Siy. IlKfl. . Hli'liln. S;i! .. .Slll.-Su v Ite T( "P. A pert-etitage, innings lelded VY I. I'et. 15' . 1 0 1 .VMS! li 10 . 1 0 I.OOO 12 y . 1 0 l.iXiO 9 8 . 1 0 1.1100 1 . 1 0 l.ouo i\ > . 1 0 1.000 7 It . I 0 I.IHHI s 4 .12 3 . soo 125 113 . 11 3 r. .75*1 133 127 .15 3 r. .750 Hi! 140 .ia i .7 is! 115 141 .12 i .700 123 121 . 3 t .7r,o 34 30 .1(1 4 .711 H'J 94 . B 3 .0 IJ 7 79 74 . 4 2 -fe',7 lit CO .10 6 .1125 139 144 . 10 it .025 135 118 . 9 II .lloo 113 110 . H 4 .•100 99 70 . 3 2 . IJ(MJ f>9 01 . « •i .671 m 112 . 'J 7 . si; 3 101 154 . 6 1 ..',.-,(-, 72 76 . t, Ij r.1.1 107 8.H . S 1 .:,oo 123 13.1 . S S ,r,no «« ',t« . it .1 ..",00 75 85 . 2 2 ..-.00 54 07 . 1 1 .500 2<1 33 . 1 fi .114 S4 87 , 7 9 .137 131 132 . II S .429 130 120 . 7 tl ,:i^9 131 139 . 8 1') .:. 7 r. 143 lea 5 .3 75 74 83 .' 1 7 .3i!4 87 1)0 . 0 II .3.', 3 134 141 . -1 H .333 115 150 . 3 6 .333 63 100 . . t> IV .312 •IIS 1P.0 .. r> 13 .294 124 121 . . 3 s .273 8K 125 .. 1 3 .250 01 74 .. 1 3 . 2 51 1 42 57 .. 1 3 .':",o 34 39 . . 0 2 .000 37 65 . . 0 ;i .11)0 22 33 . , 0 2 .000 33 49 .. 0 2 .000 11 12 . 0 1 .001) 13 11 . . 0 1 ,000 8 13 .. 0 1 .000 7 15 . . 0 1 .000 It 7 .. u 1 000 « 5 of (,tn (1 In llIi'.^lKLt*', ll Woman Aviator. •'»«"«-!•«• BritUh shipping >MH a rirsit -cuLSH avi:itt)r'a Wliuf. may |>»> Hon:! idt ad of tn.lay pr<-!i;.hl tomorrow in- ^rauie, . .. ,2'iD (iiu . o j! 3 St. Louis. Hlienleli and jsion. Miller ami O'Neill.i American LeaQU?. ; '«'"'--• it i-i i-; 000 000 102 0-3 8 (j 000 001 101 1 1 11 ,) New York, Hush and lien- lti.'b<-rt- A: Chh New Voi-1 Chieat'o B.Uler:< goiiKh, Hntmann; C-hlcago rl1 "' Blai:lte„sliip and .Seilalk At Cleveland Philadelphia' Cleveland . Batteries: SOUTH W tSTCFl.'l Li: AGUE. it II K . . .202 001 020- • 't 11 "i , . .450 033 «W- 15 11 2 l'hiladoli-liia, Mallory. Usand Perkins, Bruggy; Metovier, Shauto and . .000 210 HiO 02-6 12 3 ..000 100 003 00 4 10 0 liOHtiin, l'lercy, Qiiinu JOhllHOII, Willis, lb If'illy, 21> Heott, ef nl> h po 4 0 »i t^levolund, 3b I'errott, If Alia lr, rf Brown, o , Owens, p Totals dt .'ii. Navlor CleVfclalld, O'Neill. Boston .... Detroit Batteries, and Dovonper; Detroit, Krancis r.nd Bassler. At Si. Louis-— Washington St. I.imls .. Batteries: RiiHsell and Prneit and K • • -00 -1 OH) 003- . .301) 000 Washington : Kii ".-ere id it H I-: s 12 I 4 10 1 Igwlcl; ',: H<. f.Ollis, Itout 6-t Western Association. Joplln, 5; .McAlester, 2. IlenryeLta, 5-9; Ardmoro Von Smith, 0; Knld, «. Spriugllold, 2; ()ki!iu!ge 0| ;t. Southern Acr.o-iatlon. Birmingham, 11-3; Ne .v Urleana, jylanta, 4; Mohilo, 5. Caattanooga, 5; Memphis, t. Llttlo Hock, 5; Nashville, 4, Texan League. Shrovep >: t, -4; Dallas, 2 (sevon nlni;.:. ruin). Port Worth, 6; Wichita Falls, 5. Houston, 13; Oalveaton, 8. Beaumont, 'ii; San Antonio, 6. Ty'. I,. IVt Sal'n ' 7 2 .771 IIt ;, r 'INNS' IN P..p.- <u [' 4 .55! lll'i' i ra . . ... . r, 1 :M lll'i' i -j -'vilii.' 1 5 Hi llai t -j -'vilii.' i f, 114 Cuff. > Vllb! :t •1 :.m .:i.*.j JIN..1 "' ;i '" 3 11 :.m .:i.*.j NATIOt.'ftu LEAGUE. Volli (.. i-t. New Volli :. 2 2'' .G5.1 I 'iue iinatl 17 2i .018 I'itt.- I 'hl.- bur,';li 14 30 .SOS I'itt.- I 'hl.- •^•* l-'l V .534 I'.r -io clyri ej :i( .513 iVist .'-ui-, H 11 .50-) iVist •II .2S« Phil: • lornhiu ...... . 22 50 MAC S1SCMS LE/.OOE, York W. 1.. I-et. New York 53 21 B41 1 ,'!ev i.l'.lle •land .li. 38 514 S-OCI ATION. fl -S WESTERN LEAGUE. IVIeb! ;a • lale tlntatiA ... I.)e» Molnt-a fit. Joseph WoiH t'ity rHi.v..-r (.. I'.-t. • a.:- .,3! 1.: 4t,n 43 .If-* 4'j .403 to f I,. Pel ':'i .1 ,20 a; n It* M .141 c 1 i t::2

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