The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 16, 1918 · Page 3
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September 16, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

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fit ~**£f **"£r **m *t* - MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1918. Tlllfi H LI TUU 1 JN SUA A A W ft'. f'Ai -p; 'I'M»<»<,IV WORLD BASERALL CHAMPIONSHIP WON BY WEAKER TEAM IN BOX AND At BAT V- linscball fans have just been frre- • * senleft with the odd spectacle of the wt-nknr club In battlbK and pitching— ordinarily the vital nBRpntlala —winning the annual hascbnll elosMc between the major tragus clubs. The composite box scorer for the series, w.hlch the Boston crew won In six games shows that: the Cubs lilt Ruth, Mays, .lones and Bnl-li for a .213 averag". The Sox batted only .18*. The Cubs collected thirty-seven hits, good for ten runs. The Sox Flammed out only thirty-two, tor nine tallies. The Sox hurlors Issued eighteen PIBscs, three more than the Cub pitchers allowed. . The Cubs stole five base's and the Sox failed to nilrcr more than three. Twenty-two times Boston batters mil hi e.s-well have left their bills In front of the bench—they fanned. Only fourteen Cubs breezed. 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Sixth and Main Sts. 913 South Main St. STANDARD OIL COMPANY Hutchinson (Indiana) Kansas 10M The Sox victory must be attributed to ol r nner, steadier playing and timelier hitting. l'Mve errors are charged up against the Cubs and only one I? chalked Up tor ftoRton. The Sox fielded nt fl MSB gait and the Cubs seven teen polnls lower, If you want the averages - At least three of the Cub crnis were costly. llabe Rhth iron one game alone with n triple—- as evidence of the timely hitting of Harrow's crew. Tile Sox called on the sacrifice oT- Unrr. ISInht times suicides helped them. The Cubs are credited with only four sacrifices. And—to rlosiS : the case—the !-'ox played*cold Jnoney ball every minute, while the Cubs showed n costly tendency of wobbling at critics/ points. <f. <5> /(. <t. 4, <^ tf*..<f> A> it- .?* * FOOTBALL GAINS i <>. ,t, * *, <j, 6r<f. * a, ,t. * ,s. .!. 4. Chicago, Hept. 1G.—Officially, football practice opened today In the Ills Ten colleges, but at a number of In- stltilltona In the confereiico It was said there was not enough material at hand for oven, a nucletiB of a team. Conches expressed the hope, however, that at" the end of two weeks when most of the schools open, some kind of a start may be made toward building up a team. Willi only five men In prospect. Ilic smallest football nucleus, in the history of more .than twenty years of the game at the University of Chicago, Coach A. A. Stags began rlie work of assembling a team. "The aim Is football for ihe sport's sake, nof for the sake of winning games," said Stagg. "liven If practice is curt.-illed lo an hour a day, the Maroons intend to make the best of things." $1.00 Way. .Men's suits or overcoats cleaned and pressed $1-00. E. E. Gallup, 41!) N. Main, Phone 061. Mon. Thurs, 13-tf Honey must never be cooked Ions or It loses flavor. The Twentieth Century way of harvesting, cut and thresh nt the same time. Learn how today. See the Com blned Harvester Thresher at The International Harvester Companny's ex nihil at the [''air. H-Ut Screw small hooks inside some of the cupboard doors—they are exceedingly handy for hanging articles like poinds, corkscrews, etc. ASK FOR and GET Horllck's The Original Malted Milk Pot Infant* and Invalid* OTHERS kr» IMITATIONS "BABE" COPENHAVfB BOXING MIAMI' AT A NAVAL BASE Hulchinson Sailor is a Junior Commander of Unit at llnmr.- ton Roads, Va. Maurice "llabe" Copenhaver, who is one of the youngest of the lluli.'hlu- son boys to have entered the service of his country has made a very good record since entering the navy and has beett made an assistant Instructor of his unit of 7B men at Hamilton Itoads, Va. Because of this Instructor's certificate which lie has won he will not be sent lo sea or "over seas" for IS months. "llabe" Copenhaver was very wWi known here at his home town before enlisting and now has won some little roknown in the cltltes nearest the naval base where he Is stationed as I 'hamplon light weight boxer of that base. In a recent exhibition which was staged at Ocean View, the fashionable summer resort, he won his decision in the third round, and the exhibition was attended by many prominent figures In our nntlonal life. One of the co-Incidents of his career since leaving home Is that Ills commanding officer Is n former Hutchinson man. Capt. Oscar Smith, the son of I.oy Smith, now living In the east part of the city. At Die lime of his arrival at Hampton Rends, Copenhaver Willi many other new men were lined up, reporting for duty and giving in their names and addresses, "llabe" has written home that when he gave in his name he was almost overcome wll|i surprise to have his commander supplement his addnss. Clapt. Smith spent several weeks here about a year ago and it was during that visit that lie became acquainted witli Copenhaver's parents, Air. and Mr*. S. -I. Copenhaver of Rlghth avenue west. Tire Repairing. At King's guaranteed. SM S. Main. .14-21. ST.'LOUIS HAS .CLAIM TO BASEBALL FAME; IT SAW TYRUS COBB AS A PITCHER BOLD The si. Louis. Urowns failed this year, as per usual, to shine in tho 'American league race and the Cardinals fizzled in tho N, L. race. But |St. Louis fans have, one claim to fame. They saw Ty Cobb, king of cento* iflelders, try his hand at pitching and get away with it. Cobb pitched thd Ust inning of the second game of a double bill th« day before the season dosed. George Sisler pitched that inning for the BrownB, to make tho' affair more interesting. Cobb pulled through the inning with one run and three hits chalked lurain&b him. The Tierers lost. "Ounlllu Firtt" Style Headquarters For Men and Young Men Where Society Brand and Hirsh Wickwire Co. 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PETEY DINK The Generals Want to Move When Petey Comes By C. A. VOIGHT

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