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PAGE SIX THE PAWS NEWS, THURSDAY. AUGUST 9, Ifttt DETROIT INCREASES LEAD OVER NEW YORKERS Tjgers Down i Wilbert Robinson, One Of Browns As ^ a f ebaWs £ reat > f *_ Dead Yanks Lose Champion Fisherman In Paris Thursday Afternoon 'Uncle Robbie 7 Dead Manager Cochrane Come* Through With Winning Base Hit In Tenth By HUGH S- FTLIJERTON. JR. J Associated Prc*s Sports Writer j Mickey Cochrarse not oniy bus tanked oui to be a fine inspirational leader wh«j has piloted the- < Detroit Timers into the American j league 3ead, but if the occasion j deniands it "Mike" car: do a lot j of the actua' work of Binning ball j Cochranc demonstraied t b a t i "Wodnasday Then he struck The ; bloxv vha-i defeated the Browns 7 , to 6 ?a a ?p-inniTj=- struggle and ! gave the Timers cue of the longest ' leads they have enjoyed This sea- j scs, 2^i same* over the second : p-iaee Tankees. "Goln^ iii-.o the ler.ttr at 5-?, : BOl Ro::eii staned things -vitb 3 ' single. Katik Or*-, nbur? sacrificed ; sotS' Marvin Cnven -walked. That ; brought Coehrs.iv? up a.nd he; smacked a base feu that brought j in rJosrel) "with th-e- ivir>nir.c rnn. • The Yankees suffered f their sec- i; ond straight setback at the hands ; of Joe Cronin and his TVashui?- :' ton club, 9 to T. A six-run spun \ against Charley Ruffing :n tlie j first settled the dispute In snort -. order alrhoiiS'li Russ Van Atta cia > some fine renef flinging for Nc-tr : Tork- [ foTir-bass-er for the Athletic* In j the course of their 11-3 defeat 2.1 | lite :liH-ncs of the Re-3 Sox. The { bloxr which CO.T>VI- -w-iih The bases i Behind ' ATLANTA. <<&* — That famous \ old Oriole. TVHbert Robinson, is { dead . j Death came just as Uncle Kobby. S one of baseball's greatest figures. . wished it — quickly and with little j pain- He succumbed to a heraor- j rhage of the brain Wednesday night at 10: Si* oclock and his last •words were about the Atlanta baseball club of which he was j president. j Robinson was 70 years old. , His span of life saw him as j catcher and captain of the Balti- | more Orioles: saw him win two . tfennants at Brooklyn in the N"a- , tional league and finally saw him I worry himself literally ~sick about his club here. For the last three days Robinson ha! felt badly. His Crackers j •were in a slump after playinsr good { ball nearly all season. He fell su<i-~j detily while ensergins from his \ bath just before dinner Wefines<2a\ j ROBDCSON Hugo Grabs TitieWith 11-9 Victory Edward McGrath. As Hoblnson a-s\-aited the ambu- ] lance he said to the doctor: j I "This broken arm doesn't hurt j ) me. I'm an old Oriole. Wrap it up I and let me stay here." j i Then he turned to a friend and i saic: ! "Haybe 'this broker, ami ' -T^- r- T>- i—t *. r~ 'break the Cracker Jinx also- Tigers Earn Right to Com- \ ; iope they can ^ !n ., j i>ete In State Tounie'*' \ ^3 t h=n he said. "Mary. oh. I - ~ s i r*Iarv""—and lai?se?5 , into uncon- j =?ciousr:es5- I i Se •was calling his •wife, to ten he had been married for nearly a This Month '_'kl2_—Huso defeatec L-tlers Mc-nntaineers at Hug-a 21 Creamery, Crate Factory Nines Battle To 9-9 Tie Buffs Maul San Antonio Team, 11-5 The JLaraar Creamery *«d. Crate Factory teams, regarded as two of the strongest contenders for the second half championship of The city league along \vith th« defending . champions. Rodgers-Wade. \Vednesday afternoon battled to * 3-9 tie on the South Thirty-first street diamond. Many delays caused by arguments caused the same to be stopped after the fifth inning and even this tailed to satisfy some of the supporters of both tea ins. Stubblefield. Creamery right bander, went the distance for the milkmen, whiffing seven and walking two. The Crate Factory used Turner. Baker and Baughman. who Tvhiffed nine between them. Turner getting two. Baker four and Baughman three. The Crate Factory scored twice in the first inning on three hits and an error but the Creamery cam* right back to count, four times on four hits, one a home run by Stub- biefield. to jump into a good lead. They added another irx the second when Johnson tripled and Eubanks singled him home. The Crate Factory, however, carne back strong in the third inning, batting around and scoring rive runs on four hits, a walk and a hit batsman before Cross flew out to Eubanks to end the inning. Jack Lamb, bait and fly caster de luxe-, who has landed more fish than anv man in the world, can Reece. who got three singles in be seen "on the lot back of Paris ttaree tri 2 s - opened this inning with j *• High school Thursday afternoon by Paris fishermen and by bait throwers who aspire to the title of good fishermen. Mr. Z^amb was a single and Stubblefield hit Arnold and vralkec Richey. Baughman singled and after Casey was called out on strikes Jackson and scheduled to arrive in 1:30' o'clock and was to go once to the lot back of the school to stage his demonstration. Paris at Baker singled to chase home a total of five runs. They added another run in the fourth on singles by Iteece and H> will answer questions pro- [Arnold, a stolen base and an infield pounded bv any person attending, f out only to see the Creamery knot it has been" announced. Mr. I^anib j the count in their fourth. hSLs been fishing many years and 1 Eubanks singled and Smith fishes for the sport and not th-- j walked. White singled, scoring Eu- fish. his catches being thrown back j barsks who had taken third, on an into the Ti-ater once they are [error by the Crate Factory center landed. -eco : ~ C\: H-T'O *!-,r> <?~a n T—> -He .1 iiti^r. b--^_ ^*~ _.-' - ... t— ~ - . _ dants took s. - to 0 shel- I -••-•'• ladSn^ from Brooklyn and the ; °;j^ second place Cubs s^ept a double- j ;;-" _°/V ° z M —^ _ Header *rith Pittsbu-sb. Van i ^-= °-=^ as ma^y as^ „ & '•X^nsle Mnng-o, who has h«,n grun- i successor: srz ^therr ^o^r >=a,s •ntri^ for his 14t.n victory for so:ne • nea.c--.: coi^pe^-v^j.,- "ti^*e eam^^- it b" lirri^tinsr tn^ , -.-.T .-.. — z?~-* •• — •- iriviHS In the first ran himself. ; Tuesday's — — - 'A sir- :iire<i b— j>ome ma Tith r^vo aboard, ^o fh* fielder as he stole second base and then Smith came home on a vrild pitch that let White reach, third. from where he scored on an infield out. 2 j with the Athletics. In IS90 he be- ; s" ,TI | carrse an Oriole and it ivas tvhUe j J T- j piayins- -.vich this team that he -rras {| b^cat-^ --t'is the first's, pal of some of baseball's srreat 11 jj-.-^^-i^ j—HTigrhie Jenninsrs, TVillie 5Ceeler. j ~ tries i^ 'i John HcOra^r rfen Brotihters and j of ] others. j Antlers i\-on i ^_ _^ j r ^et go-* BK.OOKI-TN. >T- i- (rf*; — The j i death of TSTilbert Robinson, "UEcle j _ r v,_=vn,^ I Robbie" to almost everyone In I one ! - F AN ByDub F ARE Furey p in »e ^. , on «.^,. ; , , rt -^^'„»—; ^r^tl^s «- ! Flatbush. deprived baseball of one ! r-r^i, ral,y m the trurc. ,«:- | -- ^- - ^""^^ a co -eback j o£ i« best-loved leaders. | 3^ Manager uhaney Gnsiu-.= , ^~--."- .;, 3 ^^.TTt^^ fl ^T,r>, Sus-! For more than 5? years Robin- 1 Young Ask Hillin Sent to Showecs By Lusty Walloping BT BTT.Tt PARKER Associated Press Sport* Writer Manager Carey Selph's *ixti» place Houston Buffaloe* -were full of punch "Wednesday night—batting punch. They hit timely enough to score 11 runs to trim the league leading San Antonio Missions, 11 to 5. The Buffs had so much walloping power they left but thre« stranded runners, Toungr - Asb Hillin, victorious in 22 mound battles this season, went to the mound ambitious to win his twenty-third, but Houston drove him to the showers in "the-fifth when five hita accounted for seven runs. Georjre Mills relieved Hillin and allowed two infield hits and a double tht rest of the way. • Veteran Mike- Cvengrroa, a southpaw, was pounded for flfteen-hil* by the- ^Missions but he TC^S -backed by support -hat featured irhree double plays that pulled h!m out of some tight spots. •: - : ,. In celebration of his sale to'th* majors, slim Jim Bivin. Galveston. right-hander, whipped the Beaumont Exporters, S to 0. Wh.es h« blanked Beaumont, Bivia. increased his run of scoreless JnniuEs against Beaumont to 29. •••-.. Vic Frasier. who had won three straight games for Beaumont sine* being shipped down by I>«trpit, pitched 'well until the. sixth, when Charlie Englisb: started Galve*tqa to victory -with a double that louad Going: into the fifth the Crate ( the bases *u!!. Beau Bell. ton righttlelder. hit sis twenty- Tourih home run of the season ia. •with fwo raates on_ Factory got Moore to first the umpire ruled Stubblefield baJk- I ed. He scored when Cross tripled. the seventh I Cross was thrown out trying to f Hugh Shelley tried to save Beats- stretch the blo'vr into a home ren. | rr.onr -with his *our singles in 'our Trailing a run, the Creamery put j riirses at bat, bet the shippers wer* j c»n a story book finish in their \ unable to btsnch enough hit* tot fifth Tvhen Bray, first up. hit a f a tally. ;••-.. home nan over the left fielder's { -jrt.g r>allas Steers -won their sec- TEXAS T^EAGCE Dallas 3, Fort 'Worth 1, n ^STisa. S. Oklahoma City 0, sight j h «^- Wltltlock. hittir. S fo^White- | ond straigh£ over Fort Worth Association having the TJKirSIIIXG aslfie the opposition ; Shooters furnished by rhe A_nrlers Moun-j privilege of coins so by payi r .| irith a flourish that was as i additional $1. grarne. Galveston 8, Beaumont 0; side. w*s out STrtngtas, i^uoanKs ! jo^a TChitehead out-pitched Peacli- -•^-^t. • ' 5vajl called, out and Smith TheTr i es I>avis for a 3 to 1 decision- Art & I -went OT2t as Bau^hman's fast balL | Shires' slns'Ie that, drove ia Rudy ( looking: like a grape, in the twilight Tork iir jjj a s i x -ji was ^ort W^orth's whizred by the hitters to end the \ or jy threat aayinst th» speed bail ecentl Tankees. signed a Pirate ;-o~T.rs.c'- ; 2«s± rn ^irne to ret :n:v th^ srarne. \ The third-place Cs.rcinn.Is rr: | loose saddsaly In the 12th :-n;n:r ; -t,o. score sis r~jn? arc hear the R*2s ; US..; to 4. T>izz : - Dean. ^ bo -p-ent ; to. work is the ^n-h. ^-'as orc-dsted : .•with hii= Eecroi>-J vicicry '- tr-o . Says and his 21st of the s-ason, | ..•"The 3rav-s and Ph:'hes -apo | of the day's =:eer;est. ^att.c5. . run that s passed the oas^s ~ t ~-..~~ ~,--.-.c.~ X:chols walked and j crouched close behind the batter ,— a -i,- WIT o -= of the Ic-ffest drives; all the time instead of moving: up r_\.;"^ T be Hug- park for a triple | first for the third strike, and as • ".',*"V!"-~ /^v^-^e^ b''*" singles bv Dur-= the holder of a major leactie rec- •^.,_~" _*J1^ pj^ics-T^o ar;-5- K. "tVest-[ ore -vhich hai never been beaten. v"^"o'k"V"^rroV~to =;• £ the vi-iters khat of making- seven hits in ..one -•*-,<•-rH i-.'?c.'~s at?r-a~vn"Iy polled | manager of the TDodsrers that he -tj a sife "ead. On a walk two'; achieved his greatest fame. •_,.. t rJ -, r T .,,..,.. p^.-.-t 2.7;^; some ~*i!d • During: his latter years as Brook- "Robir:^ iisrtLE' -4 arid -nrill be concluceo -^te:iib-:r t i:i the Texas Leacue • '- in the Okls.- .1 o m a capita: th-^ series - Tuesa y afternoc'"- WASH OUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES n;s nonor. :• ~v.t-.- s.•!<*-.3 two sore or: three ' 5-tJorts fvriters. ~-ho liked r.othiT3§- ; ^,.,, r , i . i£ ;-.-i. safe, c-'o-'-s ir. t?-e i-isth i better than to visit him at his Do- j s-^-r^ ' encoiira^-in?- or occasionally caustic j ^.-c... I v ars i, £:s-:o!ine. • ,__j \v^.''= .i*r: x e^= ;--f;e;ders c.'n-i One of his great, difficulties in i jvntler- for the southeastern san-i rj|C- : . & j""-v. r « 'error*. H-^o ticked ; h:s last few years with the I>odg:ers | lot crcwa that one team hac wo: ,.„ „ _-,,- i- ->..» K^c-'n --her. 3oh- : - ~"a= rerr;-'.n.;ber:r:S the names of his j fiv-% straight victories to clinch • A feature is that it will be a 1 classification shoot, in wliich ,' every shooter '.vIH be classified by i a committee and ivill shoot in com- ; petition only --v;>th shooters in his i Hass, regardless of how he shoots. } Thus it should be- possible for i most shooters to finish in the j money since they will not have to j compete as-ainst sorr.e one cut of; their class. I Boston 11. Philadelphia ?- •Qetrcil 7. St. L,oui? S, iVashington S. NeW Tork -. Cleveland II. Chicago 4. NATJOXA.I/ LEAGUE Chicago T-14. Pittsburgh 4-3. Brooklyn -. Xe-^ Tork 0. Boston S. Philadelphia -. St. Liouis 10. Cincinnati 4 <1- i ! **" The boT score: | Crate Factoo'— i AB R I Cross, cf 4 1 | Arnold. r'-2b - 2 2 ! RJchey. 3b . . . . - 1 Baugrhman. s«-p 3 1 . I Casey. If ? 0 H Jackson. Ib Ginie. 2b . -"•• decision ;a sixth Z : v,ci. cor-icj and marked ggfi history of competition TEIR at Bonham Sunday the i Fannin county team won s. ball j jvithout tossing' a baseball J ^ or e'-'en ja-s. w 5n:: with the urr.ps. It i all happened wh-?n McKinney, their • _, =vthedale<i opponents, failed to put f =>1 :n an appearance. But the Bos- | ;:am boys, with a lock at the ther- I through forfeiture was not such a-1 ^ ; bad procedure after a!!. Of course j ~ the fans were deprived of their; Sunday ^ame. but that can be made » sip ro them son^e other day. And ? EAST DIXIE Greenville 6. Green-wood 3. Pine* Bluff 10. ClarKsdal* 5. isrht same. Jackson 13. El Dorado €, night WEST DIXIE rv!«r 14, Pal Turner. p-2b Moors, 2b .S 0 0 O 0 10 0 ft A E 0 1 1 0 O 0 <? 0 0 1 1 1 ft -o 0 j pHching- of vrfcirehea-d, Eddi» S Hock and_ Stanley Sch:=o drove Ia | Dallas' three runs, whicb "Were all I ths Steers could collect on 13 hits. : John Ston*ha.m's ini^htr bat and {Jacobs' superb hurlir-g won Trilsa, j an S to 0 ga-me is the first of,«. ; iiO vl O.*.^rI^^^ T —^T" ^^?\ j.TtSC \yiC^.^ ROSQ3L I City. Stoneham cracked' a, doubl* | and home run to driv^ across four | runs and score two. Jacobs limit- 0 f e* the lEdian* to seven hits. In 0 j the seccncE ^ame, the Indian* cam* 0 I back scrapping to lift ». 5-J <5«0 0 I clsion. Hugo arid i „ .a ! r''-3y?>e> a. cooler or:e. STANT>I>"GS TEXAS T.EAGCE Tota.l« .... 34 9 11 La.rp.ar Creamery — AS K K 3 1 1 Smith. Ib White, c . Renfro. If Miller, cf . Bwln. 2b Bray, ss .. i Johnson. Sb -f.- r -<jr g oaie -,. ^"j-T-jp -irithir: " " -Tc-rs v B«ck r ^p . . .Vigor Vitality | „!., «ai2»r.'tse* airr«f that j<3'irr k'rd- • ;--:, :,o purify ;h« biooc and i > "" y»i a«cit«y. -,ji*r shook: >>oar cut ; fvt •TiM l^ada-er C C'ijit* cf f?»d a c*y ; ~ t contains * ?K> - ^ds oT -waste aagiter. i • "K*dd«r passasrw ^rith *.^st.? aswus; CMS- : j --, R*n. try 01^* Tsii dcs- i "^ ' If kiciwrs don't «=-pcy * i'.sa» ee-ry ^zy ! .*xtd K«t .rid <Jf * potzuds of •sraatT asstter, ) *wp^r fcojCty TTI.JJ L&^C t->s i.H^^* ^C'SGHE d£id.si&^ : •earises -trooKe- It znay kac-ci: .-'-or: tysz xs£ • ;A«k jvor drcssist for DOA?-'S PIX.I-S i The . »•,- & doctor's E-r*TW-r;pti«r. . _. . -rfcicri has j , __,. (U _ • *ver -J< 1 y**j*. Tfo^y £ v» ^<Sick [ H'J^ii wii! fc*2p tt> -H-asb cot tiw IS | Ro^- t»]t<-*chMio« -with sirpHi' drass ! brook, or so-e*33«d "'kidney «ur*s" thai <iaim lo fee j . ]p*-'^» T^ - .^_^L <- _ ^^P»^l^ * i«ia' tdR yos that this is iapossfb!*, 1 .-**£- •xaiexsv.«f this n*tcr« ia»y s^rjOEriy iic^r* -f>OAK^S PJLI^ 1 ,_,"t>v»~oid : "Wj:ab!.e r ,*-,„,. '"""' " tyers snc such odd substitutes as j place in ice state tournament, ir.e itite" for Jc-e Shante cropped up \ of the- *er:es bui after that ?.h«-:r -cu^r.tjy. His grlrth also provided | r>fferi£5 beared down as the T:? 4 ;-^ m=. -especially when contrasted [ through to L"r.«; r*g:onal t;t^ = . :h h:s speed during his playing- | e. a !ca.y« anc one of the favorite tales j I^o^a; fca,beb-au fans wh-o- hav«; for 1 wis how players were assigned to} hf .r..~ tr-e Timers as 1 '*^ that the tha:'do "road work" by running: tw?cc | Hugo t**2* is a classy ag-gr«»?s- larvj-'S U-cIe Robbie. j ;j c .^' and fee' that the Tisers v/.; : and M —— J achieve no !itt!e amount of «-c- '; <&•»• jn the state tournament. 5 v.'h-ers the team ?oes to the state ; n'ie'fetins it no doubt •will have lot^f i of Pars people pulling- fc-r it. "We Locals Meet Hugo Today f Tease — ; San Antonio 1 Gaivestor, . , Beaufort , ...SI Ix. Pet. .553 .547 .521 i *. Sb Eubaztks, rf .... 3 A Q 0 0 0 0 S 0 1 0 I - 0 1 1 0 0 Totals . 55 52 5S -50S| fifth . ;+ 9 10 is ! for Wl E : 0 j •*! 0 I o i °i o| 0 o I o I 0 ] o! Fort TVorth . , . I Oklahoma. Clty Three IVew Players Slated Join Club For Games AMERICAN TJEAGTCT: Team LK 3T Pet. •>- • i Major Leaders oe puu:ng •With Paris fans n the hen T.hey ugro several n*w B the Battlers ' 44 ia. 59 .S22 .553 .513 ,471 .444 .349 Score by Innings: Grata Factory r Creanscry . 205 11 — 3 | 401 31 — 9 batted In — Reec*. Bausrhiaan 2, Rcnfro 2. Mc- Btubblefieia 2. Subanks. Jackson 2. Baker. Tenser. Richey. Jt By the Associated Press -ianke" Sl """""" also Hkeiy that John GUiiaun. well s piayer from Chlcota. Sore Bleeding Gums Only one bottle I-eto's Pyorrhea needed to convince any. .'.. • No snatter hc-w ba<l yo'Jr. If vou are not satisfied drug- -. -will return your money. Pa.!- ; Store,—Adv. . i "B.C." ReUeves Periodical Pains In Three Minutes •42; ; Runs batted in—G^hrig. Tank-• * :5 lev*. 125; Tro«kjr, Indian*, 10<5. I Hits—>lanu»h. S*natory, 15 | Dout-Ie*—Gre«nb«rar, Ttg 1 G-ehrl«g*r. Tigere, 3S. } r^'sntish. Senators, 1C". : Foxx. AthletjcE, 35. Stolen fcase*—"i»>rber, Red EOT, f~O"X. T!jz;*?r£. 21— Pjtch?r«—Goni«r. Yankees, 1S- 15-4. A N07HJER pracuce shoot '.s or j H<r=ra.r<! We-Is. the w*n«.tiena! Jc!<? ta.p at the Paris Skeet as -3 Gur. j shortstop from Fort Worth and ciub rjr=«e at Gordon Cocrtr:-- ; a former n-ienob«r of the not mucb Ptratef. rfjll also Frida.y afternoon, startsr^ a* o'clock. A!i shooters are iti- . to torn out and ke«p i" prar- [ tic* for the Sonth'wes-te.rn. to be I shot here next month, sjs we!' »* ! keep th* olfi shooting *ve In shgp^ I for *h«» fell and wint«r »*a.son. r at; '.t from th* club Hiys *-j?h the Sozith- «a?terr: n w<9 not* ;n a r>aIlA« Tie*s- .p*r. buried far in x story cor.- to be h»M th^rp lamented Paris t-» 5n the lineup.. ' j The fwo clubs play again Friday i afternoon an<5 trier Sunday th« f Battler* •»'£!! take OT» the Col* Par* | club of Dalla*. This clxib Is one i of tiie wtrou^ei-t of the many yo<xl J clubs Sn an<5 aroun<l T>aTla« an<3 j no 1*3« authority than Ha.p 5fors« { >* ATTO>" A T^ »I/F, A G t" E Team— "W". ^>Xe^ Tork 5T Chicago *•» St. TjOtiLs .,.,...-,..60 EfOKtOT! . . ».. Pittsburgh Brooklyn , . &« th*r. -E. &o i;rjnecessary to ift^" r»i->r ; t.h frorrs in ^ec&CK _-T.C." wiI5 ^^»rir.s i NATfO.VAL. L.EA&CB rtj'e. •?: •--'- - - "•-- <• -j Sattins — J*. ^"auftr, JPfratez, .* prepared by a register- .j _ 55t; . Terr; , % Gianta. .S?4. Giar.t*. 31; Terry. sponsor t. 15 a?ji rari:«tE an 4 lasting one day. Z«x><J rnar.y *hooter«. Colonial Cleaners Now Located At 3 North Main Street Cash & D Carry Price ap S*»c ttp All For t>r;r;c^p!* from mo-r re- 1 &£•*•:: c;*-£. in that, it con- j er3: inredieuta. used by j phyjr«jrisn5, so tion*d as. to accomplish in j a ?>t»r rrirut?-* what w* i>e«e^'e no-j vj5« driiji: forntu'a. .can <!o ir$ *o | sLor:, a. tiro*. "B. C." bhou!i al»o | >>e u»«<5 for the relief co-ids. cMnsr *hoot«r» from *T. *- - *aT«s« -who w:51 compete :-- *r-d morsey K»ta!llr»sr |*<>S~ M.aybe ^orrj*? -3ar Runt bailed in—Ott, Giant*. I at'r 3 I if: Stthr, Pirate*, SI. j *',";* Krrs—P. Vi'anfrr. Pirate?. 352; I pr;x Ttrr>\ GJantf, 145. f tha.r Docble*—Vaughan. Pirates. 22: ; fc:V.* '.ui of P&rie TrlU w*X* up ?o Alien, PhiUses. an<3 F. Herma-n, ! ths- fart, th* So«thw«atem v.ll; h* Cute, SI. • »* Joca! frx-frat of mere pa^ingr in- Trtp!e*—Suhr, Pirates, an<! l^ST Team— Greenville Pine Bluff sayis they '"in g'ive the home clcb I j.-s r> o -gx3!> plenty to «3o. j Jackson . , . . Harper, the Bosicata ?eft-bander, | Gre*nwoo<S ' will toe thft mound In the Sunday i tilt agralnut Dallas. : Harper vas -Syg up hy ; IstgstloTei. "*•*>.o pitted hJm ; H&KO in hsa Initial ho-w* here i he went wo i?oo<3 against the Tigrers ; that he •«-»!!! "loanerl" to tbaT. club, ! Harper ha* a <?!nch to bft !n the • r>s»7off tounrsament that star'*! at City n^xt -aceek. r'w a.n<3 Friday*.*! content* e/j at 4:30 o'clock, with WEST Team— JacScsorjviHfs Three base bits—Heclro, Johnson. Home- runs—Stabbl«f!e!<3. Bray. Base on balls—off Stabble- f!*M 2, of* B*ker 4, Struck OTI! — by Stt:bblef!ei<5 T. by Ttrrner 2, by Baker 4. by Baug:hraa.n 3. Left on Ijaaea—Crate Factory 4. Creamery 3, "Wil<5 pitch—BaLfcer. B«.13c— Stubbie«elG. Hit by pitcher—Ar- j no!<l by Stobble'Ield. Earned runs j —Crate Factory S. CreaTnsry 9, ; Stolen bases—Smith, TSThJte, 2. I McE^tn -. Subanks, Heece, Ar- ? noM. Johnson. Baker. 2. Time of [ s;arne—2 hoars an<3 JO mlr.utew. j' . : j Factory | i Employees Wanted to Try BROWNS IX>TION *or &ccopation»J ECZKMA. ITCH. RINGWORM, POISON IVY, CUTS nn<-5 MINOR BURNS. BROWN'S MOTION JJB highly *nti»<«pt!c and | oujckly promote* beal'ny. For •«S by The IN CHICAGO A «iz!*t boz&» tm m. pii«r» !• «.-*-»Sl»l>;* t* OUT or T T ox T TK StDI KOtmcs YKOX rxrm — »Jt *« A *ArE KJIiCC TO THE LANSING HOTEL »tr»«t A,. R, BENKETT. K»**«*r TIRES SHRUNK $3 «nd ^5 Set O. B. Thra«her Raafman and .Trffrrson rhe Sunday i A !arK:« wiH I l>0.000 ««o that *Tsipl<i>'ft« with <J«- c-aUed at 2rSO, Admiwilon wSI 2S crnts at each of the thre and neurai^a, j \ vi<;kt Czi-4in&lz, K*. eh«s an<5 pasn-s re<5uc:nptf Home r«n»~--Ott. Gjante, 2S; ' But ?.o grive a few more <J«ta:U fever and for ouieting » di«t,r*Jb»ed 3 Bwger. Bra,v«?. 25. : <,? i!»e DaHax shoot Sunday, in ca.»e _ n-f"r"*ou» t^^t*^^l v,-li..h-t>4it opiavtes, i Stolen l>a««-i»—i-lHrUn, C^trrfinivis.. -: ««>nift erf ih« local tars;** 1/rei.V.er.y , r<Jn'>. or «ucb habit-'ormingrj i?; Kartell, l*?:SJi»«»*, an<J Cuj'lt-r I vrant to **vmj»f'te, J^ «>15 be fo fo«r| to & 'JcJ-a. II, { *i ffm* of 25 ts*rs<H* <^a<-h with! cmcoTA BRATS nt:>-o HKKO. — Th<r Chicota t>o«it* in » c!o«e<J bank Jn a Kan- sttn City wohurb mJffht. obtain their m on «-y itoon er. XOTICK TO WATER aff*»rnoor. w«re C H&t- *5o vrJt«r«v*r drug* »r* J. JJ<an r f^iir<Js«aK j UK*»» tf«"*;rfng: to wicjj th* National their 8fce«t for FrierwofJ *n<J Gordon; and Froftlt for Reno, Water billss rr»u«t be pa>-3 on or before Augim J«J jfn ortfer to the 10 p«r cent of Water Wort*. Jurt Marts Thf«»e mares »re from 2 to $ years old and weiffh from 1,000 to 1.400 poun<5». S*e them at Claude Terrell f 8 HOT* and Myl« B«rn Nortli «f GOfirt - MAX MILLER Vow To Visit Tlws Par-Tex Service Stm* Corner Bonbwn and 1»lh St, «» for that Oil XV *» fix fl»t» o Mrrvicis wtth A «ntl« MAX MILLER, M«r M lLXMOf»C, */* /.

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