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HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, MONDAY. JULY 16, 1923 riECOND SECTION Shockers Take Two Out of • Three From Dale Gear Tribe Broke Even in Double jrleader After. Winning Saturday. NEW HURLER IS BEATEN purrows, in Initial Start, is Hit Freely—Goode and Henry J Win for Shockers. Topeka, July 16— Tho Kawsanil tlie %Vheat Shockers divided .a double header at League park yesterday, tho Shockers taking the first, 5 to 4, and the ICaws taking the second, G to 5. 'Graharo pitched good ball. In the first game 'hut Uic broaks of the game BOX SCORE FIRST ACTION PICTURES OF BATTLE WHICH FOREVER ELIMINATED WILLARD SUNDAV '8, SCORE. First Game. HUTCHINSON. Shoots, cf .ii .4 Foster, 3b 3 Lfimen, 2b ........ 4 8olorhon, rf, lb, .... 3 Pick, If, 3 Purtell, Pea ram, rf, Banks, 1b ... wore against lilm and the 3hockor3. Wales, o, hunched six out of their seven hits and put over five runs. Tho Kaws rallied In the ninth and threatened to take tho game away but the rally felt one short. Topeka put over Its first run in tho Uilrd. Strohm led off with a double, took third on Dick's saorlfico and Bockskopf squeezed him home. Count Tied In Fifth. . The Shockers tjod tho count in the fifth. Banks and Wales singled. Both advanced on Henry's sacrifice and Banks scored when Shoots pulled off a equeezo play. The Shockers went Intt), tho lead in the next Inning. Solomon" Walked and Tvent to third on Pick's double. Purtell squeezed Solomon homo and pc- gram followed with a double, scoring Pick. The Kaws tied tho count in tho seventh., Graham walked and Napier Singled. Strohm scored hotti with his second double of the afternoon. Tho break of tho game came In the eighth. Lemen singled and took second on a passed ball. Solomon waved Henry, p Akright,. p, Totals. .. 3fJ 5 TOKEPA. Napier,' cf 5 1 Strohm, 2b 5 1 Dick, 3b, 2 0 Bockskopf, 1b 4 0 Clabaugh, rf, 4 0 Pierce, If 2 0 Kneaves, ss, 4 0 Jonas, c, 4 0 Graham, p 1 1 •Bros* 1 1 H PO A E 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 5 0 0 3 1 0 2 B 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 8 0 0 1 4 0- 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 7 27 12 1 H PO A E 1 0 0 0 3 2 4 0 0 2 3 0 1 9 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 11 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 Totals . 32 4 8 37 11 1 *Batter for Graham In the ninth; Score by Innings— Hutchinson 000 012 020—5 Topeka 001 000 201—1 8ummary: Two base hits—Pick, Pegram, Strohm 3. Three base hit Pick. Saorlflce hits—Shoots, Purtell, Henry, Dick, Bockskopf. Base on balls —off Graham 6, off Henry 5, off Ak right I. Struck out—by Graham 10, at a third 3trlko. Pick hit a line] by Henry 3. Wild pitches—Graham 2. drive to right center wihich Claihaugh should have caught But Clabaugh couldn't make his feet track. He fell dtown. Tho Mow went for a triple, scoring Lemen. Knoaves booted Pur- toll's grounder and Pick scored. Pinch Hitter 8lnglee. Tho Kaws made a great bid for the 1 gamo 1n tho jiinUi and AUrlght had to bo called In \o saro the game. Bross, batting for Graham, singled to left. Napier fouled out but - Strohra Mat Bross to third with Ills third double of tho afternoon.- Dick walked. Bnoss scored while Dick was. bolng forced at second on BokBlropt's fielder's choice. Clabaugh ond^d the rally by grounding out. . ..Timely hitting in tho second gamo enabled "Wild Bill" Mitchell to get his fifth straight victory. The gamo was called at the ond of the olghtti to allow the visitors to* catch a train. Mitchell had a world of smoke and a •world of stuff but. ho allowed the Shockers to bunch hits. As the result, they made nroro runs In one gamo than the totul number of runs ho had allowed In four previous games. Kaws Comft From Behind. Tho troublo In tho third Inning started with one down. Foster walked, Lemen, Solomon and Pick followed with successive singles scoring two runs. Purtell walked filling tho oaties again but Pegrani struck out and Wales popped out to Kneaves. Tho "Kaws put over tlioinirst run In tho next inning. Pierce singled, stole second, went to third on Wales' wild throw and scored on. Bonn's sacri- -flce fly. Tho Kaws tied the count In tho next Inning. Strohm tripled to left ceutor and scored on Dick 's sacrifice fly. Geur's buiich wont Into the lead in the seventh. After Pierce had grounded out, Kneaves singled and went to third on Bonn's double. Mitchell hit a long fly to left which Pick dropped and Knoaves scored. Mitchell stopped at second and he scored behind Bonn on Naplor's single to right. Kaws-Lay Off to See Circus. After tho first two mou had gono out, the. Shockers tied the count In tho Beventh. Foster walked, Lemon was I wounded by a pitched bull and both Shoots cf scored on Solomon's triplo to deep ! Foster" 3b' center. Solomon scored when Bock-! Lemen 2b ' skopf threw wildly to Mitchell who' Solomon rf"" was covering first on Pick's grounder, i p| 0 |< \ { ' Tho Kaw» put over the winning run i p ur t e || as' In the same innlug. Hockskopt doubled. I Banks ' 1b Bross fouled out but Pierce doubled and Bockskopf crossed the pan with the winning run. Stolen base—Pierce. Left on bases— Hutchinson a, Topeka, 10. Passed balls—Jonas 2. Hit by pitcher—by Henry (Dick), by Graham (Purtell.) Time of game—2:21. Umpires—Moore, Akright and Qulgley. P. H PO 0 1 •1 2 0 1 2 2 2 1 3 10 0 1 4 0 0 -1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 7 21 R H PO 0 2 1 1 2 2 0 0 2 1 1 S 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 1 2 1 1 9 1 1 2 Second Game. HUTCHINSON Shoots, cf 4 Foster, 3b 2 Lemen, 2b .. • 3 Solomon, 1b 4 Pick, If 4 Purtell, ss 3 Pegram, rf 2 •Akright 0 Wales, 0 4 Burrows, p 4 Totals 30 TOKEPA, AB Napier, cf 4 Strohm, 2b 4 Dick, 3b 2 Bockskopf, 1b 3 Bross, rf 4 Pierce, If 4 Kneave3, ss 3 Bonn, o 1 Mitchell, p 2 Total 27 6 11 24 9 2 •Batted for Pegram-ln the seventh. Score by Innings: Hutchinson 002 000 30—6 Topeka 000,113 1x—6 Called by agreement, to allow visitors to catch train. Summary: Two Base Hits—Bockskopf, Pierce, Benn. Three Base Hits —Solomon, Strohm. Sacrifice Flies— Dick, Benn, Mitchell. Base on balls— Off Mitchell 4, off Burrows 1. Struck Out—By Mitchell 9. Hit by Pitcher— By Mitchell (Lemen), by BurroW3 (Kneaves). Stolen Bases—Shoots, Foster, Pierce. Left on Baees—Hutch­ inson 7, Topeka 7. Time of Gaine— 1:53. Umpire—Qulgley. Saturday's Score. HUTCHINSON. (Copyright by Underwood & Underwood.) Top Picture—FIRPO KNOCKS OUT WILLARD IN THE EIGHTH ROUND. This remarkable photo shows Jess Willard taking hold of the second rope trying to raise himself after Luis Flfpo sent him down with his crashing right. Referee Lewis is shown counting over Wlliard'as Firpo retires to his corner. Lower Picture—THE BLOW THAT HURT WILLARD. A remarkable action photo, taken just as Jess Willard, former heavyweight champion, tried to rush Luis Firp-o Into a neutral corner, but the "Wild Man" from South America shot his terrific left to Wlllard's jaw—It was a blow that hurt big Jess and he wobbled. Willard tried to test his jaw against Flrpo's wallop but the Argentine giant's kick landed clean. First Game. At Des Moines— It. TI. K. Sioux City 010 052 000— 8 It 6 Dos Moines ...WO 100 Six 11 12 3 , Batteries—'Rose, Rasmussnn and Query; Davis, Jones and II tingling. Second Game. It. H. E. iSloux City 100 000 0-1 5 0 Dos MolnoB 002 010 x—>3 3 2 Called In the seventh by agreement. Batteries—Grant and Query; Olson and Wheat. First Game. At Omaha— . It. H. B. THuiver 012 000 000—3 8 1 Omaha 000 100 100—3 6 1 Batteries--Voight and Diamond; Speeco and Wilder, Hale. Second Game. U.H.K. Denver 400 000 0-4 0 1 Omaha 000 000 t)—0 3 » Called in envonth by agreement. 'Batteries—Brown and QTInkle; Buckley and Hale. American Association. At Kansas City— R.Tt. 13. Lottlsvlllo 002 000 104—7 .10 1 Kansas City ....001 000 100—2 7 2 Bnltorles—Tlncup and Meyer; Tlior. mahlen and Skiff. Second game— R. 11. K. Louisville 001 010 000 -2 7 2 •Kansas City ....001 001 1.1x0 8 2 Batteries—Beherrv' and Rrottoni; Snladna and Skiff. At Minneapolis— II. TT. v.. Columbus 030 0.10 lot—S 1.2 3 Minneapolis 112 100 000—5 12 2 Batteries— Palmoro and Ulllot.t; Tipple ami Ayors and Morrlssotto and Mayer. At St. Paul— R. H. E. Toledo 012 022 300—10 14 2 St. Paul 01 1 100 001— I 10 2 Batteries—Malone ami Anderson: Sheehan, Napier, Iloltiiouser and Allen. Second game— It. H. PI. Toledo 110 000 00—2 6 1 St. Paul 01 1 200 00—1 5 1 Batteries—Glnrdanil Smith; Hall and Allen. At Milwaukee— II. II. K. Indianapolis 000 300 1 10—5 14 1 Milwaukee 220 200 Olx-7 14 1 Batteries-—Bui-well,, Mono and l>rue- ger; Pott and Shliiaui't. Second game— It. H. R Indianapolis 000 10 0 10 13 2 Milwaukee 100 0 1 8 II r> Batteries— Cavet. HtirwHI, Petty asd Dixon; Blgibce, Palmero and Shinuull. National League. At New York It. II. -K. •Chicago 000 120 110 I—« 13 3 .New York 100 020 020 0—5 14 3 Batteries—Chicago, AO candor anil O'Farrell; New York. Watson, I'.yau, Jominrd and Snyder, dowdy. At Brooklyn— It. II. B. Pittsburgh .' ncn 000 201 - 3 9 1 Brooklyn two 010 010—2 0 1 ltattorieB—Pittsburgh.•Hamilton and Gooeh; Brooklyn, K-'iUher and Taylor. Only two games schttduleil. OTHER GAMES IN THE SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE Independence 2. Salina 1. Independence, July IB.—lloultnn held Independence to Una hits but walked seven, independence scored two runs in the third off two walks, a wild pitch and a sacrifice fly. Score; lu<lrr«.-mt<-:»it ! s'lillna. • b P-ii „|, |, pn o l.U'-nlfiaov. HI) f, 1 3 t li ;...u:.i. m :i t 3 '.Vim, ir Mason, Klshi'r, 10 Mviuw. if Canton. ,f MHcluO!, 21. Selinfr'ilt, 30 Brow n, o Shum;y, n -Totals n tv ^arlut,.1. rf 0 2.><riiutiK!iu. :o> :l . If •I 111 S,.Malta, Ml man. t- ajlonlton. I'Mlllor i ;i 1 4 0 2 3 i) n 1 0 0 31, 11 -li i 3 27! Total; 'Hit for Honltoa In ninth. Ki>-ti> lo- iiminKa: Snllna ..'. two Dal <>oa -I lndfii.'mtenoa <>.ri till) t>ax - -2 rfuuirnarv -2-tia."e J1U.1. <o;i.»M, Itiavti- t:an. Mnlth-'wa 2. HaovlfU-l/ htrn. KUhvr 2, Sliani*-, tl.-raWt. Stolen Iva.*-*, Wn-ii Mar-nti 2, Ittown, (i.aal'l. .Ma 1 1 ;o-«^. Stria-It out. by Klmnfty 5, t.v Itoaiton 2. I'.na'.'.i on l-.ill .-J, oft Stiaio-v 1, - ff Hooit-'-n 7. I.i'ft on l -.i -ti -H, lnct--ta iuli-n, .> .1. Salina ». Hum, WITH . Krr.wn. U '.-st.-nia-w. Hiror. t ;•*!-.rat. Time of s;anii\ to'-'-, t'm- l.iic-, W>]kl:i:>on. Muskogee, 15; Bartlesville, 13. llarllesville, Okla.. July 10 Muskogee took thn second stniiKht came hero today, by winning n wild conlt.--<1. If, to 13. Wetzel, King, Butler and Cushion knocked homo runs. The game wtts twice iutorrupl.ml hy rain. Score: Mli.^Uojroc I TlarlO-.-v:!!,^ al> 1- !-<•; t-v, >i no ii 3 2'i:nt',.-r, rt,.r,t. 5 3 1 : Willis, cf IS 3 ".t-'ranirhoff. It I! 2 t;i \iahion, 11, li I rolirvtni.-. I ( 3 0 7 King, .111 ,i 3 lOil'olcv. 31) 5 1 l.tl.uiil, 4 11 il!l-'I.Ou-r. .• 1 a o'l ti nnei, \i j I aaitar. p RaMiltt. or ('laoa, .'vt I 'orttan, 3h WViwI, rf Krath-hlc 2b Forri-at, o fiuylinmlt. 11) ! l.il-y. It Ilnntor. p jilOKI'JMllll. ! Totals i: 2 I 3 1 t r, 1 1 3 2 '.' f, 1 i 3 1 1 1 1 f> r> 2 :t 12 7 1 t I) •1 2 0 0 I) I) 1 lank. on lull 1 !, n't |i,i;.l,.r 1. i'n.inoilh 2, liy Iti-moioM r. Wlnror'K Goode, p' Strohm, 2b 6 Dick, 3b .... Bockskopf, 1b SHOCKERS HAD EASY TIME IN SATURDAY GAME. Topeka, July 10.—Saturday's game . Nap | er) c f was an easy ono for tho Wheat: 0 ,„„,— 01 Shockers. They lilt threo pitchers at opportuno times and the Kaws booted tlio ballelglit tinios in tho nine in-1 C | a(jaugh y rb ailngs. Wiley Taylor, Salina caat-off; Br0=|) _ , fi p started for the locals t\nd was knock- Kneavea , M . ed out l» tho first stanza. \ Btinn c Goode .pitched well Cor tho Shock- \ j0 c ora, settling down to a steady B^tTaylor p after a had start .In tho first, which Du ^ n ' ' _ was aided by two bobbles. Topeka's! o..,.:. 1 ^ _ lone earned run came la when Bockskopf led off with a stngls. , Ho was forced by Clnybaugh who went to third on a double by Broes. Ho scored-on Kneaves' sacrifice fly. Mose Solomon hit his twenty-fourth liomo run of lite Sanson In. tho third inning. ' No ono was ou baso -at tha time. MANY SEEK TO STAGE DEMPSEY-GIBBONSGO St. Paul, July 1C—Eddlo Kaqa. man- «ger for Tom Gibbons, said that naif a , dozen otters from various parti of tie country haVe boon inada for anoth« Dorapsay-Gibbons fight, but notta Will , be accepted at present and added that i Torii O'ltourkn has asked for Kano'a o* tonus: for a bout botwaaft Qtbboni »nd AB R H PO A E 3 3 2 5 0 0 5 1 2 0 5 0 2 0 0 2 2 1 6 2 2 0 1 0 . 3 2 1 a O 0 1 1 2 3 0 4 2 1 11 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 35 12 9 27 15 "i KA. AB R H PO A E 1 2 2 O 0 1 0 3 6 1 . 4 1 1- 1 2 0 . 4 0 2 10 1 0 . 4 1 \ 1 0 1 . 4 0 1 2 3 0 . 3 0 2 0 1 2 . 3 0 0 4 3 3 0 0 3 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 — —- ~_ .37 4 10 27 16 e Mitchell, If 2 Totals .. .. ..Score by Innings! Hutchinson 620 001 400—12 Topeka 300 001 000— 4 Summary: Two-base hits—Foster, Solomon, Banks, Dlok, Bross. Home run—Solomon. Sacrifice hits—Lemen. Saorlflce flye—Lemen, Kneaves, Base on bali6 —OK Taylor, 2) off Dunn, 2| off Broker, 2| off Bross, 2. »truok out —By Dunn, 1| by Broker, 1; by Bros* 2. Wild pitch—Dunn. Hits—off Taylor, 8 In one-third Inning; off Dunn, 3 In four Innings; off Borksr, 3 In one and two-thirds Innings (none out In the seventh); off Bross, none In three Innings.—Balk—Dunn. Hit by plteher—By Broker (Shoots.) Stolen bases—Shoots, 2; Foster, Pick. Left on bases—Hutchinson, 7; Topeka, 7, Time of gams—2:12. Umplres --VV »lls This will be an off-day for the game was played in yesterday's double header at Topeka. The Shockers open a 3-gume scries at Independence tomorrow. Today's gamo wits played-ahead of time in order that the Topeka players could attend tho circus In-Topeka today. Judging from accounts of Saturday's game it should have been something of a circus. —x— Neither of tho now'Shocker liurlers has gotten away to a big mart but judgment should be withheld for a few days. Perhaps Burrows and Akriglit will prove valuable additions to tho statf. Better start, off with a loss than open with a win and then go to the -bud- Bauer will probably be Purtell's selection to open tho Independence series tomorrow and Morbllzer will bo due to work in the second game. Alt- right will likely toil in tho final. —x— Matty's Refiners certainly have cracked. Tho strain of tho last month of the first season was evidently loo much. Tho team »'im hitting over its strido and was getting tip -top pitching. Tho pitching has been poor of late. —x— Bartlesvlllo and Muskogee staged a wierd exhibition yesterday. Sounded like ono of the early season gam&s on tho local lot. The score was 15 to 13 and the time required to play tho; gamo was 3 hours and 24 minutes. —x— Jlmmle MatthoWB who was cast adrift by Dale Gear has caught on with tho rejuvenated-Millers. Matty played part of last season with Salina. He started in 1922 with HutchlnBon, was released and wont to Salina and then came back'here toward the end of tho year in a trado for Decker. —x— Salina, as la the first season appears a home team. After Bix straight wins at home the team has dropped two to Independence. Scores wore close, UOWQYOI". —-S— Doss Purtell seems to have taknn on something new In the way of a ''outfielder.. He is listed In yesterday's box soores as Pegram. Ho hit a timely double In the first game and wont hltless In' tho second. —x— Whilo nothing is mentioned about It, Eddie Banks probaMy hurt his leg in tho working of a squeeze play la the first gnme. He left the gamo nt any rate and Solomon returned to first, —I— . Looks like his sale to tho Cln-oiunatl Hods bus Impaired Pick's fly catching ability. Ho muffed o fly in the laat aerlos here and missed on* in ~aA0h gains yesterday. : Wild Bill Mitchell was pickings for Mose Solomon, who got a t.rJplo and two singles off his dollvery. The Shockers scored more runs off Mitchell than he had yielded in his thred previous starts combined. — x— * Independence broadcasts that a , Hoaper isn't as mini an he's painted. J Fans of Nashville have carried their ! oiithu.-iku,m into the i fiiiroh. and all ; because Lance Hiclibouri -t. rcntr-ri'ieltl- ' er of the baseball team, broke bis ankle in a recent game, i lllehbourg, besides being the leading hitler of the Suutheni association, 1 is also a Sunday school worker. So. ; grieved were tho fans over tils inis- 1 fortune that they held a special church servlco for the young batting pitcher, two inflolders and two out- star. The members of his class In the Sunday school Invited all admirers in the city to attend the services. Advertisements in the papers of Nashville carried this appeal; "Inspiration and perspiration; the men of this class wlllpay it tribute to Lance Rlcli- honrg, the greatest ball player in tho Sam Lemen was spiked in Satur- : south and a member of this class." day's gamo and while he was sitting! The church was crowded to tho an tho bug nursing his injury a run ! doors. Some of the fans occupied scored. ! windows of tho edifice. fielders are enroute from St. Louis —x— Sapulpa iilayers ran about the hnses BO much in a game at In>- dopoudoncG tho other day that thoy began losing their apparel. Funk threw a ahoo. Texas League. At Beaumont, 0; Dallas, 7 At Galveston. 3; Fort. Worth, 0. At. San Antonio, 23; Wichita Falls, 1. At Houston, 8; SUrevepoi't. 3. Southern Association. Birmingham, 2; Nashville, 3. Mobile. 0; Now Orlraua, 3. Mnhphls, -1; Chnttanungn. 3. Only three se.heduk'd. Western Association, Okmulgee, 4; Jopl'm, ii. JSnld, li; Henryetta, a. McAlester. 8; Springfield, 7. SATURDAY'S RESULTS. I , Johnnie Robinson, who pastimed in the suu garden for tho Shockers earlier in the " season, has gotten Into slia-po onco more and la. playing with tho Great Bend semi-pro toam. Robinson came touted as a sensutlonsil fielder and poor batter and proved to be a good butter and poor fielder. His fieltl- ing was spoiled, however, by a pair of bad legs. —x— Old Father Tlnio seems to havo gone on a protracted vacation tills American League. At Chicago- Buiumor.. Else he is losing bis mrncli. . Philadelphia .-..000 003 010 —8 8 1 A survey of the sport world roveals ; Chicago' 000 000 100-1 0 1 that at least temporarily tho old boys . Batteries — Philadelphia, Rommel seem to have the scytho wielder in ' anrt Brtiggy; Chicago, Fabor, Thurston a bad way. Take tho National loague. 1 There's Zach Wheat. Zacli was playing •baseball In the "way back when" days that grandpa like to talk about, but he's still slapping tho old apple at a .382 gait. Then Jack Fournier, who is almost as old and deorepit as Wheat, is running him a close race. He's only hitting .878. He ought to Improve aa he grows older, And over In Chicago there's another fossil, palsied with ago. His name Is Edward Trowbridge Collins. It's rumored that he cast his first vote for Lincoln, but he's rapping tho old pill for a .303 average aud he's stolen enough hassocks to put hiua In the peu for life. And there's Harry 'Hooper. Ho was whooping it up baok in tho days whon Ed Walsh was pitching no-hlt games Grandpa ought to ; be ublo to remember that far baok. In tho realm, of flstiana Joss Willard, who has colofornted privately If not publicly, florae odd forty birthdays, smacks youth in the person of Floyd Johusou for a couple of oil cans And Tommy Gibbous breaks the heart of Jack Dempsey, six years his junior, by refusing" to take a sock on the jaw and lay down, and has tho te raerlty to go eo far as to sock Jack right back. I Ves, it looks as though the Grim und Schalk. At Uotrolt R. H. It). Washington .. .000 000 011— 3 ? 3 Detroit 301 Ofll 41x—10 13 0 Batteries—Washington, Mogrldge, Zanhlser, Eedgwlek and Ruel; Detroit, Pillotto and Woodall. At Cleveland— R. H. 13. Now York 810 000 000—4 11 0 Cleveland 011 000 000—2 8 1 Batteries—New York, Hoyt and Bangough; Cleveland, Coveloskl, Boono, Edwards and Myatt. At St. Louis (lBt game)— R. H. B. Boston 000 000 000— 0 0 3 St. Louis .. 000 400 20x—11 10. 0 Batteries—Boston. d'Doul and Pic- InlcU; St. Louis, Vangilder and Collins. Stcond game— R. H. E. Boston 004 000 101 00—8 12 3 St. Louis 000 010 302 00—6 11' 1 Called on account of darkness. Batturton --Boston, Murray, Ferguson and Walters; St. Louis, Davis), Pruett, Root, Shocker and Severe-id. Southwestern League. At Independence-- R. 11. 10. Salina 311 000 0—o. 8 1 Independence 000 0,10 1—0 7 3 Butteries—Salina, Walker, Honlicn and Dunn; Independence, Shor l 9, Doak and Brown. At CofiVy vllle— R. II. K Sapulpa 000 310—i 4 1 t'offeyvll-lo WO <!00~ 0 3 « Called end of sixth account of dark- nos-s. DaLtorios - Sapulpa, Matthews' and il 'rnirn; -Coffeyville, Victor, Willigrod ami Iluchant. At Bartlesville— - It. II. K. Muskogee Hi") 200 00O 2 it 0 Bartlesville . . . .000 bOO 001 - t 5 ;( Batteries--Muskogee, Rush and Forrest; BurtloHvi-ile. 'Meeks and I-'islo-r. National League, NHW York (i, Chi(-iu-.i) a. Philadelphia la, >'t. Louis- 12. Pittsburgh 1-5, Brooklyn 2-3. Cincinnati -1-1, Boston 3-3. American League. Now York 2-10, Cleveland 4-7. DoLioit 0, Washington 3. St. Louis 1-5. Boston 3-2. Chit-ago S-i, i'liilaiielldiia ,2 8. American Association. Louisville 5, Kansas City 3. St. Paul !), Toledo 0. Milwaukee 13, Indianapolis 2. Columbus 10, Minneapolis I). Western League. Wichita S-3, St. Joseph 5-0. Dos Moines 0. Sioux City 7. Tulsa 7, Oklahoma City 1. Omaha 3, Denver 1. Totnt-i 47 11)27; Totals 42 111 27 t-a-o;,. l.\- liniini;.-!. MilHku,;.->• l;;j .all 11)3 ltai •' l.-.-.v M1-: ioo 1121 22V ."lunoiuiiv l-airlo- 1 rolls, Ilr r! '.v.- V. i-- Moilioi;.-.- til. 2-1. mi, -. till.-. l',.,io, ll'-vlm;. I lank. 3-nino- hi run-i, Wi-t >:-'!. Ki'-r,. I' i -1 1 Saoriri'-t- lilt. KiankonlM-rr. oi.-on 3, Ital.hill, KinK Iki- ofl' llo.tiler 1, off lli-oio-r 2, SIrn.-l; out, t.v Hunt'-r 2, loin- 10-.o-.-r 1, l.i- I II-IM I IM- 2, 1. l.'-slior iilli-hi-r. ti.-O't pil' tor. I 'I - snoitli. I.--II ol tl.--vitl,- S, Mils!;..):-,, .1. l-tiooi, 1UM..U, ' ) I - -oil 1, \\'.-t-.---l. Iti II n.-lil.i 2. l-'-rr.-o 3. (-!.-ivl,i-.„,k 2, ll-.,l,>\- 2. Illltl.-r 2. Willi* 2. I .'aslil,.|) 2. If.-vli-.K 2. Ivtlo; 2. l-'ol.-y, ttluiik, I ).-l;;ft-'lrror.-., I'orir-tn. I'lav-- I l-i It, Ituntor, UiitO'r 2. 1 V.-Inlo-iilo-fI", | Kin;,-. l--|«!i.-r, Htuii.-r. I li-t.st ,-r. Tim.- of i;:ini.', 3:21. l.'o:t-lri'. Uia-.i. Sapulpa 0-5, Cofleyville 4 -0. Goffeyvllln, Kan., .Inly in.—Tin- llo- I'inoni eottlinue.l their losing slroak by dropping both ends of a iluiibh- heailer to Sapulpa ystoritay al'tor- noun, the first gaine 0 to 4 and tho seooni! li to 0. Mnnattur Matthews of tho Refiners rloitt.oil a homo run in tho first inning of tho first gntuo with two inott on flto sa'-ks. Another foai- ttro of tho first t-'auu? was a trlplo baso tholt by 1'at O'lJyi'uo in one trip aronuil tho baits. lie stole so,'ond, third anil home. Scores; i'iliil [7;une— Sapulpa col 001 502- 0 13 2 C'offeyvlliti 300 0111 noil --1 ID 2 Batteries—Snpuliia, Ivtorson and Funk; Coffcyvlllo, llatl.enflold, Mld- dletoti ami Haeluuit. Sroond garni— Sapulpa 10(1 112 0 r, 9 0 Col'foyvillil lion 000 It—o 2 1 ilall.-l'ies Sapuli-a. Mnttlii-ws, Pel. orsoii anil Funk; Coifoyviilo, Victor and Ilenlloy. A Mexican Uprising. Moxlcall, I.owor Calif. - Mayor Juan I Lenra, uf M.'J: j were banirado lowing a noli; throe wore wounded. •all. and 14 ailhoi-.-ni.s ! In tlio city hal! Vol- ai uprising in w'ui.-h kii'.oil and twi nty Chicago Police Warned. Cbivat:!'- - Tho Clitc'ico noltoo w-r^ notified to look for tho six o-'tivi.-la who f.-,oan'-il ['..iiii tli<- l-:asti-l'li Sla'-j p.-nitoni iary uca nro lieii'-v. d to bo od for tin.- oity. I'hila. In Chic i-lplu; or li. :ol ad- Western League. At St. Joseph — R. HE. Wichita 100 002 002—5 St. Joseph 400 000 000—4 Batteries — Sellers, Musser and Casey; Mangum and Pierce. At Tulsa— R. II. K. Okta. City ....040 001 103— U II f. Tulsa ISO 110 3U—10 16 3 (Batteries — Adam? und Roche; Tasar, Clark ttnd Orosbr MANDEVILLE IS NAMED HAYS NORMAL COACH in"i rial.- Top, Mil-1 f'oro SOUTHWSiSTEFlN LEAGUE. •K. I.. KATIOf;AL LEAGUE. ! ri,,.-;l. i t'l.H.l AMCItlCAN LEAGUE-. Kansas City, Mo, July 18.-- -Prank Mandevillo, K. II. '21 of litis city will 1st direct athletics ami ooti"!i baskotbull 1 Ci and truck at tlio Hay's Normal uoliool, | j,J It was anuouriooi! hero touiispi by W. ( o, r D. Woltlllno, a fonner i.iant ntato of t lo ''Mao'iy's" at K. C, and a nii.-![ibor of: tlio Hays fiu'ttlty, will coach fool hail, j Mandcviiic '.'.ill a-;.-:!:'-t. Wcldiiiu. in t.'iis ' work. Mainleville playod football, b.-isk.-t.- lull and track at Kansas. Lata winUir, .\Ir;'.!'Jovil'e coaolieii at 0 j the UaxtMvilte, Okla., high to-U-.-ol aud 1 t tho year before at the Abiluiie, Kancaa, tili'h school. Ho turned out fine teams in l.-otii schools. He will go to Hays to tally up his work August 20. 'O'lplUIt Silicon Id. How timo t)rags when you are watt- lna fur your supper or your vacutloa. i,. rut. •.-.•.••..••si A 'm 3s i'i .1H 3i' W .ill tl ...... 33 II ,(U .... 3J W ,i«f ASSOCIATION. W. t.. J'ct. 6* « .Ml II -a) .si* it 33 .jar (-) 3i .«!I .37 « .31 1.1 .30 11 .i 'l Wl.-ht T.il;-a dta V/ESTEFtN LEAQUE. Tj. Pit DjoaliA OklHiiorna t'lty t-H'a .Moists tit. 3>..n-.h nparx (.sty fj»-'i'.'£ir \l « is! ii H :|?|

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