The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on July 17, 1923 · Page 3
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, July 17, 1923
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1HE HUTCHINSON MEWS. PAGE THREE. FREE! To the first twenty kiddies, wearing between a 5i and a 9, who come into our store x Thursday Morning we give one pair of white canvas rubber sole slippers. Mothers can save money on children's oxfords and slippers -AT- ' Phoenix hose to match. Have you noticed our windows? We close at 5 o'clock except Saturday. SHOCKERSSPEND A DAY OF REST Team Opens Three-Game Series With Independence Today— Comes Home Friday. OTHER GAMES IN THE SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE It BrHUehlo, 2b 6 2 1; Wot zol, rf - 1 0 Kin-r .st. rf -0 2 1 Haley, If 4 1 Smith, p 3-0 Ilimrr, e-rf 8 0 Kompo, 3b 1 0 Sallna 4, Independence 3. Independence. July 17.—Salina took tho (lnal gama of tho scries hero yes­ torday 4 to 3 by tin eighth Inning rally which sent Caso to the dugout. Walker for the visltoi -3 settled down and pitched good hall after start. Tho score: Incteponih nee ab h pel Wren, If Mssun, ss Plsher, lb Kvitn.^. rf Calon. cf Ml !i »hell. 21) S. 'nreldt, 3b llnnvn. c Case, p Shores, p 1 1 I 0 11 Salina l>n tfrow, 2b Herald, HH Cheshro, lb .Miller, rt Hrautliran, 3b 1 V West'iiver, It Miitthewn, of Dunn, e Walker, p had ab h po 5 2S irevlnp, rf 4 Foley, '£h 4 tluuk. SS 3 l.amb, o 4 Ralellff, p 0 Ilegeriold, v 4 1 0 2 2 1 3 2 7 0 0 2 0 36 10 27 0 1 Totals 36 8 24| Totals Keore by Innings: Musk—no 201 000 000—3 Hiirtlesvltlo 090 302 OOx—S Butum.'iry—ICarned runs. Hnrtlesvlll« 4, MusUogeo 3. 2-baoo hits, Corrigan 2, J-lauk. Ijimb. Sacrifice, tilts, Hank, "Willis, Oiaybrook. Struck out, by Smith 4, by ltPKenolil 0. Left on bases. Mu 'JkOROe 11. BartlrsvOle 8. Liases on balls, off Smith 2. off Katollft I. off ltpgenold 3. Wild plt.-h, Uesenold. Huns, Olson. Corrigan, V'runkenhoff. Cushion. Foley, Ilituk, I.mub. J'h'rors, Corrlfian, Claybrook, Ilaak 2. Tlino of giimo, 1:-J3. Umpire. Hoes. . Hutchlnson-Topoka, played Sunday. Sapulpa-Coft'eyvllle, played Sunday. Totals 35 10 27 Totals 35 S 27' Score, by InnlliKs: Saliaa 010 000 VM 4 hubpemlunco 020 000 100—3 Summary—Home run. Miller. 2-biisa hit. Miller. Sacrifice hlls, Mason, Dunn. Fouen base*, Mitchell, Matthews. Struck out, by Walker 6. by ("MO 1. by Shores 1. lUrrs on balls, off Wnlker 3, off Caso 2. Left on bases. Indcpenilence 3. Sajlliui ft. it'ilis, Schoenfeldt, Brown, Ouso, Kent- flow, Oerakl, Miller 2. Time of gaimt, 1 :C0. Cinpiru, Wllkerscn. Bartlesvllle 5, Muskogee 3. Bartlosvillo, Ok In., duly 17.— Bar­ tlosvillo got to Smith In tho fourth inning, tied the score, 3 to 3, with Muskogee, and in the sixth Inning put over tho two runs that brought, victory to tho locals. Scoro: Muskogey I ItarllesvllU ab h po db h po RJ.bltt. cf 6 0 2 Duller. 3b 4 0 0 (i :»[,n, s-s-rr 5 1 21 Wlllla, cf 3 0 1 ton-lBan, 3I> 4 2 S'Prank'off. If 4 1 2 Claybroolc, lb 3 I lOiCashlon, lb 3 1 12 A, <J. <$> .J, $ ^ <:> <•> .» <1> <y fy -J. ••> <S> A * <8> <•> SPORT BRIEFS. <•> -$> <s> a>, <8> <s> <:. 3, <t, a> <5> at,- ,-.-> ••>> .i,.^ <s> Newark, N, J.—Mickey Walkor, world's welterweight champion, was signed to box Harry.Orel), of. Pittsburgh, at Newark, August 6. Toronto—W. L, Ttoyor 'Ronnie, of Toronto, won tho opon singles tennis championship of Canada and was chosen ono of tho members of the Canadian Davis Cup toam tor 1923. Newark, N. J.—Mickoy Walker, world's welterweight champion, knocked out Nate Stogel, of Boston, in tho tenth round of a scheduled 12-round bout. Fiudlay, O,—The world's trotting record for a half-mile track was broken when Cupid Alblngen, driven by Henry Thomas, trotted the third mile of tho Phoenix Hotel $2,000 stake In 2:05%. Tho Wheat Shockers spent yesterday In idleness, making their way loiBUroly toward Independence, where they open a throe-game aeries with Drumniond Brown's Producers, today. Tho game scheduled for yestorday was played in a double header Sunday at Topeka. -, Dale Gear, boss of the Topeka Kaws is said to have made tho statement that Monday games would be discontinued at Topeka for tho remainder of the Hou~son and played on Sunday, giving the fans a bargain mnlineo on every Sunday. Oufteyvtlle followed this same plan this week and there- toro was idle yestorday. Too Early to Forecast. It la Idle to speculate on tho outcome of tho pennant struggle as yet. Cofl'oyvllle and Muskogee, first season loaders aro at the bottom but tho bottom tan t tar removed from tho top. It will be Impossible to make much of a prediction lor another month and oven then the race may bo too close to mako guessing good. Prom observation of tho various teams In action It would ho hard to say any one has a big edge. The Siiockors look as good as any of th'e other aggregations and probuhly stack up as well with Salina, Topeka and Independence. Yankees Are Rough. IRight now it Iook3 like Darnoy Cleveland's Yankees will represent the south wing in tho pennant drlvo, Tho Yankees have, developed ft terrific onslaught before which the best pitchors in the league have fallen. The Yankees took three straight from Cofff yvtllo In the sorios just ended and now nioye on to Bartleavillo. Barbour's Mots are going none Jj><> •woll. Just what, is the matter no one knows. Ho certainly has players enough to win a pennant. Pitching unreliability is hurting him of course. Itush and Presmuth can't work every other day and the others are not delivering. As it Is. ho has worked the kid Presmuth to the point, where his effectiveness has been greatly Impaired. Hartlcsvlllo will bear watching and Matty certainly will get his ltufiners out of their slump 'before the season ends. Salina and Topeka are undoubtedly stronger but it is a question whether they have pennant possibilities. SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE. •W. !U ret. Sapulpa 8 4 .687 Sallna 8 4 .0B7 HUTCHINSON 7 5 Topoka 0 « -6W Independence C ( J Muskogee r, J -4Ji Ititrtlesvlllo f> 7 .417 CoffeyvUlo 8 0 ..!"0 NATIONAL LEAGUE. w. ij. ret New York 54 23 .61,1 Cincinnati 4« 30 .1.16 Pittsburgh 4» 32 .t.u0 Chleaeo 45 33 J,M Urooklyn r',,e St. I.ouls '12 PUlUidalphla 2-1 •- 85 AMERICAN LEAGUE. \V. U. Tct. New York B« ; G •«« Cleveland « » .M» St. Lout. 41 40 .u<>» Philadelphia 40 11 .404 Detroit 30 « .4;< Chicago 37 U .4 .4 WttshinKlon <l 1i -Jt',; AMERICAM ASSOCIATION. W. I,. Tct. St. Paul S3 28 .Sfcl Kansas City 48 »« •<> '5 Louisville 41 ,3.1 .{..<' Coluinlras 40 39 ...00 Milwaukee W 43 .482 Indianapolis ( 38 4,, .4..S Minneapolis 31 fl -:"r Toledo 30 03 .361 WESTERN LEAGUE. W. I.. Pel Wichita :..5: 31 Tulsa •? »* Oklahoma Cily 4o .13 Omaha ]>} -«<J •«« l>e.s Moines 4i> 44 .611 St. .Joseph 3; SI .4 4 Sloux Clly 33 60 .3J8 Denver 34 51 . u 8b DEMPSEY-FIRPO BOUT MAY BE LOST TO U. S. Many Pesos Offered Kearns for Taking Champion to Argcn- , tine Ctpital. New York, July 17.—Hopes of America.'*, right fans that thoy woukl be ahlti to witness the proponed imttlc tl>otv\'oen Jack Dcmp^ny anrl I-nis Flrpo for thn hnnvyw^jiKht- title took a alump today folhnviiiK tli'i annouiK'O- mnnt ni>vht by i'romotor Tex Ricrkanl that definite plans •woro be•lag made for staging tlio contest in I3nenoa Airet*. Rlckanl has hud agents lookinR over tho chances in South Atncrioa and they have reported, ho stj>, Women! Compare This List of Suburban Day Bargains $Q.98 76 Colored Voile and Ratine Dresses Sizes 16 to 40 Our Regular $6.95 Dresses, at The service that goes with quality Here we oSer you Society Brand Clothes, because they are the kind that will give you satisfaction. It's a matter of pride also to have variety of style and fabric, so your fancy will be suited as well as your pocketbook; and to offer you intelligent help in your selection. Hot Weather Suits $15 to $40 Manhattan Shirts. Knox Straw Hats. Men's and Women's Halliinp Suits. Athletic Underwear. Holeproof Hosiery for Men and Women. — that a conservative estimate of the cash to he received for a bout between Flrpo and the champion in the "Paris of South America*' was "about $S00.- 1100." Tho exact nature of*tho proposition was not learned, but It was believed embraced, a porcenta;o pro-, position that would assure the champion and his manager at least $500,- OOfi. Regularly 89c MUSLIN AND CREPE White, Fle«h, Orchid, Peach, Light Blue GOWNS 59c Values Up to $4.98 in SWEATERS at $12.95 and $14.95 Voile Ratine and Imported Ginghams $7 .95 and $10 Special Suburban Day at Sleevelesa and Jacquette Limit One to Customer at Coats, Capes, and Suits Values to $25.00 Not a large number in this lot, but such outstanding values—every garment in group should go Suburban Day at $2.981 Gingham Dresses $2.98 For House and Street Extra Fine Quality—Washable Sizes to 48 Only One to Customer at Regular $3.98 and $4.98 Dresses $7.95 Our Fine $1 Hose 79c Limit Two Pair to Customer In Black Brown and White at For Wednesday Suburban Dayl Thc Upstairs Style Shop Across From Kress' Remember, ONE DAY ONLY! Cecil Straw, late professional for golf clubs at Circat Bend, Lamed and Stafford is In town and angling for the job of professional for tho Municipal cqurse in Carey park and for | tho Hutchinson Golf club which has the old Country Club co'.rse east of the city. Straw has had considerable: experience and has a rtr rigged up as a sort of a traveling workshop. He has been carrying his supplies from town to town In his recont circuit. —x— I'm going to stick around for a month or so to seo what can be done." said Straw today. "I am lit holies tho cily will act to provide a professional on the municipal course and that perhaps I can land with the new club out east." Straw got hia start as assistant to Art Andrews, Hutchinson Country Club Professional, when the latter was pro for tho Crestvlew club at Wichita. He has the indorsement of Andrews dor a place here. The now Hutchinson Coif club lias not really gotten under way yet but expects to have a mowing machine soon to get tho fairways of the old Country Ctub course in shape for regular play. Sand greens have been constructed. Country Club members aro expecting a big delegation from Wichita Sunday for the tntor-city tournament. Arrangements aro being made by Minor Mowery, chairman of tho tour- I nament committee to have the visitors who come by way of tho interurban met by cur3. Many will drlvo from Wichita. —x— An interesting feature of the play next Sunday will bo a match betu'eon John Black, Wichita Country Club pro and Art Andrews of the local club. Black accepted Andrews' challenge before ho left for the east a week ago to tako part in tho national open tournament. fewer players have been using the municipal course lately but, it has been more to the poor couditlon~of i'alra ways and greons than to heat. The fairways are badly in need of mowing again and four of tho greens are in miserable shape. All of them need attention and if the course is lo continue some provision will have- to bn made for someone to do nothing but look after the sanded spots. —x— The box at the municipal eourse which Is used Tor dropping tournament cards evidently looked liko one of Uncle Sam's mall receptielos to a small boy tho other day for Hobble Hostutler. secretary of the Carey Park golf asaoclalion picked up a regular pofetcard describing a new coaster wagon Sunday oveuing when gathering In the cards. Ho posted tho card regularly for the boy. Dr. 0. W. Sprouse Is president of the recently organized Hutchinson golf club and Arlio Estcs is secretary. —x— Tho reason assigned by Major W. L. Brown, commissioner of parlu, for tho lack of attention given the fairways in tho city park is the rattle trap mowing machine which Is out of commission incxH of the timo. Tho city has to send east for parts each time something breaks. —x — •While funds are probably not available now, it is up to tho city to either give the city course the attention It needa nest year or ahandon all pro- text of caring for It. The otily time to has ever been good wait when Senator Emerson Carey hired men last fall to go over it. —x— Art Andre-ws, Country Club pro. gets notice, everywhere ho goo* because of his-use of a short shafted olub. Ha is believed to use the shortest driver of any golfer in (he Btate. When he gets a new clirh lie always shorfen.s it •four or five inches. Ho claims lie can get moro distance and greater accuracy with the short shafted club. TAKES HIS VACATION . IN HARVEST FIELDS U L. Williams, oporf editor of tho Win field Courier will be In i\$ !;nmt trim as any of llio youin; uthlHt. • i porting lo._nonnin Holier of WiniiHil high school or Bill Baton at Soulh- wimtern this full. Mr. William!* wan in Hutchinson yesterday ennmto \-> Win. Hold afMn* spmullng a nix weeks' vacation. Thifl vacation, it miint b:; e\. phiinod, was spent in tin? harvest, and the Whifielil writer is ean-yhm homo with him ;IH good a inn aa any of UI-A friends who mny .spend tho BU nimer on the seashore. HAIR STAYS COMBED, GLOSSY "Hair-Groom" Keeps Hair Combed—Weil-Groomed American A-.;oc!nlion. At Kansas t'il> • 'R.'H. H. Columbus linn ima mill- 2 7 2 K'in.-ias City . . . .01", •.»•> :'•<%-- -7 11 2 liaiterles—Northrup and Hartley; .-•'•hupp and Si;iff. At St. Paul — it. H. 10. Indianapolis . ...nof> Odii udo - •> '.' 1 St. Paul 0(H) 000 till- 2 7 1 Batteries Hollo and Krueser; Napier'. -Markle and .Gonzales. At Milwaukee- It. H. 10 Toledo 005 OdO 100—C 12 I .Milwaukee f>o:i 100 mix--!) 11 I Batteries — McOlotishtu and Anderson and Shinault. Western League. Wichita 002 000 100™ 3 S li St. Joseph let 000 llx— I 9 2 Batteries. Musser and McMnllcn; Maid, Ledbetter and Pierce. At l)s .Moines- R 11 10 Sioux I'ilv 000 OIU 101 - H !l 1 lies Moines ....000 001 010— 2 7 2 Batteries: Rose and tjuetry; Lyncu and llungling. At Tulsa - It II 10 Oklahoma Cltv 000 000 oOO 2- - 7 III 1 Tulsa 200 000 021 0- .7 12 I Batteries: Sniigcr, Payne anil Roche; McLaughlin and I'hmifi. Omaha Heaver, played off Sunday. National League. Cincinnati at iluslou; both games postponed; rain. - Ai Now York (1st game)—It. H. K. Chiraiio luo 030 el:i 7 1 1 2 N--:w Vork OKI "111 Hit- 4 7 2 'Batteries Chicago, Kaufman anil OVarrcll; New Vork, Scutl, Barnes and t.o'.vdy. At New York i'2d game)- Chii ago IJ0O 001 eOO—t 7 1 New York 110 010 OOx—8 SI 0 r..'.U':r!es---Chicago, IKeen, Cheoves and O'Karrell; New York, Bentley and Cuwdy. Pittsburgh OHO 000 010 4 10 1 Brooklyn 017 000 OOx —8 » 2 Bailerles - Pittsburgh. Meadows, l.lochler, Kiini, Stolneder and Schmidt; Brooklyn, Crimes and Taylor, St. i.ouls 170 021 002—13 23 1 I'hilaili'lphia ..102 0 00 103-- 1 10 1 'Batteries—St. 1/, Haines and Alnsmlth. McCurdy; Philadelphia, (llazner and Houllne, Wilson. American League. At Hetrolt •- It. H. 10. Washington . ...OhO 030 001 1 K 2 Detroit 010 luo O00--2 S 1 Batteries Washington, Zadiary ami li'iel; Detroit. Daitss anil lias. ler. At St. Louis— H. H, 10. Boaton 000 000 001 -1. 9 0 "St. 'I.ouls 010 I lo olx- i 10 1 Batteries ---(Boston, Plercy ami vval- teis; St. Louis, Wright and Cuverohl. Philadelphia . . .1100 02 0 020 ---4 8 0 Chicago 010 002 ("100— a 7 1 Batteries--Philadelphia, Harris and Perkins; Chicago, T. Blankenshlp and Schalk. At Cleveland (1st game) ~R. Hi. M. New York 000 000 000 —0 (1 'Cleveland 001 201 llx—8 12 0 (latter'.- New York, Shawkey Mays andllofiiKiun; Clovoland, Covoie bkle aud O'Neill, i At Cleveland, (?d game)— R. it. ^ Mew Yoric ......10« 43 021—11 M» Keeps Hair Combed^ Millions Use It—Fine foTTTalrl —Not Sticky, Greasy or Smelly Oct a jar of "Hair-OIrnom" from any druggist for a few cents and make even stubborn, unruly or shampooed hair stay combed ail day in any stylo yon like. levclai'.d 1 mi 1100 101—'3 11 7 BaUeri' 1 .:- — New York. Hush, Jonos ind lli'ugough', Cleveland,, :5haute, lOdwurds and .Myatt. Western Association. Fluid, 3; 1 Icliryctta, 2. (>kmiih;'".\ M; .luplin. II. Ardmoro, !l: I'oit Suntii, !. Southern Association. Hlrmlngham, 2; Alla::la, II. New Orleans, li; Mob le, 3. Utile l!o"k, 2; M'-mplus, 5. C-hattar .iKJg;;, U; Nashville, 4. Texas Lcacjuc. San Anlnnlo. 11; Dalla >, 5. Beaunuint, -I; \Virhit.i i''a!ts, 0. Houtvon. 2 ; l r 'irt Worth, 2. t'.alves'on, "' ; ShreV '-port, -1, NGS IN BOYS SCHOOL GAME It re.;uired throe ex'.ra iaalcgs to di."id" the winner In '!,,.. ;;ey.: school league ,;an:e vesterill!y !iet\ve,-n tite. Craft Shop .Irs. and lie' Hippie Colts. The former team wen 10 to 0 In the eighth. Tlii' Nirlias >.\:i irk -a;,s had a v .a!li-away with tie' .laeksen Siars. .smothering them 30 to Cowle got a homer with three en bo.-;" and oilier homers were hi' by Keoh-n .Simon, Bcnvmati. Sixk and .loiiiisou. The scores: Kinllle Hears 3 0 0 3 3 - • I) lOxehungr Ponies 2D 1 2 -e -il Ha.lteili'S: Sjlmi.n. Carder; M':,ik, Hriegs. C.::-,it Shop Jr..3 >i t 3 1 0 0 1- W Hipl'le Colts 3 3 'l •• 1 0 0 0 -- V I Utteries: Uuliug'.-r, Meet", iOllis. I'lliipi'cll. Calladay Ti -CIM'S , . . Jim I' K..ISK. rr llatleries: M, :m lone. NU-ho'.* fJti'.cW .t,-;., .Iuck: : ou .'' ,:s . . Hi'.nerl.'s: t'..^;!' Uk. Carter. Kir.-' P:i -i Wild ( af» Hat'.'res: Stevens, .-itarku; Bowman, Martin. Uhoteu hit a home run for the Wild Cats. Cov/lo got a home mti with i men on "bases. Simon, Bowman, Sish, ,Iohn?on all got homo run* in today's mantes at the •jib/M*' :', o o » s 2 2 3 12 3 ,:a. M!.-,k. Ma- s S r, .; 3 -30 " I li 1 • • 5 . o 4 2 i) 0—1) .10 13 0 8

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