The Houston Post from Houston, Texas on July 16, 1916 · Page 20
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i "v'V1 v'S 201 . ' YouVe Welcome atiiny Gun Club Thjcie' a hearty Welcome and plenty of fun awaiting you at every gun club. TRAPSHOOTING u the king of sports and your ardent trapshootcr is the Prince of Good Fellows." Go out to-4ay try your skill at ."the clays" and enjoy the game that develops real men. Booklet, " Th Sport AMwring.' Free RLduPont deNemours 4 Company Wilmington, Delaware -JS&k. f ,n vour can to include a Tint to the Du Pont Trap-shooting School on Young's Million Dollar Pier, at Atlantic Gty.N.J. REPAIRING Bicycles, Baby Cab, Wheele, Lawn Mowers Sharpened and repaired; also Garden Hose cheap. A. BISBEE 09 Fannin. Phones Preaton aoi7 tvi i up iyc-nign Ball orders solicited and San hinnt. II la vfefeUoa of Taaar tews. jS '"riialReinedli Ruin Your jfl Stomach. RethewStwittTll J ; RELIEVES 1 TO 3 DAYS ! !B . SI 00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS J5 1 THKOLD WstLIABLat" REJIEDYFORMEN. 1 IIWI HTOIBwBTT. Isolde nlTV'li "d a"!?00' Red Top Rye-Aj;yfi .Orders Solicited and No Shipments i stade in Violation of Texas Laws. Laundry League -ii.The tenth games of the Laundry league rstll be played at Model Laundry league park Sunday morning. , The Ineeda Laundry will tie up with the .. Jtooee team on diamond iNo. 1. Both teams have strengthened up their weak tdaces and a battle royal is promised. The ' I?!?edai wiU try out a new Pitcher who ; aonies to the Laundry league with a great reputation, and they promise to . make the Moose get up to keep them In , - 'the ring. Batteries: Ineeda Laundry, An-, flerson and Carter; Moose Lodge No. 24. 1 Sfurlee and Young" Davis. The Jewish Literary Society will tackle msj xsering iianufacturlng Company team league leaders) on diamond No. 2. This isjanie will be a fight to a finish, as both uUsans are playing fast ball The Berings CW.iB pitch their old reliable George "O'Neal, while Sissons will catch. The Literary Society will leave their pitching to ... Jsfteondlich. while "Butch" Epstein will do I tne receiving. - (I The Model Laundry will play the fast-j fikotWg; Knights and Ladies of Security Ueam on diamond No. 3. The Models :roa.out In the last half of the ninth ln- War the last time these two teams met lrsd Uie Security boys claim that they , J p gotr.s; to spring a surprise on the I ISlMJ Kitnl, I. . .. 1 . . . i i ; TZ .. , . me services ! M . pitcher by the name of Kidd who Is we piicner. wnuey the receiving will ! taken care of by Schultz. The Model uadry will pitch their old reliable "Spit SI Artist" Lobbv whll. Hsrrv Clo-l, tkrfll catch. ! Brerybodv velcnnu An mam m fctsBimence promptly at 9:30 a. m. Take I f-suiaim or tnerce avenue street cars for Mdel lAunary para. WSSW CROUP OF PLAYERS AT BLUEBELL m. Uf HUUMUN'S BEST TENNIS '' rma . Commercial League Saturday' Reeulta. City Hall 9. Sunset S. Gulf IS. Swift . ,'Tel-Electrlc won two by forfeit over Inerseals. I ''' Commercial League Played. Won. Lost. Pet. Gulfs S City Hall S S Tel-Electric 11 Biscuits 11 4 Swift 10 3 Sunset Central 10 3 1.000 .625 .64 .US .300 .300 GULF REFINERS 13, SWIFT 6. Refiners Won Ninth Straight Gams In Commercial League. The Refiners won their ninth straight game by downing the Packers 13 to . The Gulfs had two new faces In their lineup, Eastman and Llgon. who recently came from Beaumont with the Gulf Pipe. Line company, and they added cons.derable strength to the Oilers both at the bat and Melding. As this game was played on rough grounds all players on botn sides deserve much credit in the way they bandied themselves. Oulf I Kroner. Ab H Po A Packer. Ab H Po A Henua. 2b.. 0 2 0 1 KlUM rf.. 3 0 0 I-..IIHIII If 6 1 2 0 , uiticn. rt . . . 1 4 2 0 llKeho. it... 6 0 111 0iil. c 6 6 3 4 O A. MeiDke.3b 3 4 12 2 Hn.a u. 3b. . .- 2 2 0 8 U ti'knun, lf 4 0 0 0 o.i'hotupaon. ss 4 0 2 0 4 Ut. lb 4 (Carter, if p. . 4 1 0 U 0 3 0 2 10 u 012 u l v ! Younjc. 3b. . . Luron. lb Kind, cf Kastman. ss. Konia. c Hsrlux. rf... It. liuoe. p. . 1 5 B I 1 0 10 0 111 10 0 Totals 41 U 27 lO.Meinke. 2b.. 3 1 Totals 3 8 27 7 Br Innlnn: RUG Gulf kennera 006 030 01313 13 0 Parkers 002 oil 020 U 8 o Summary: lbttiie ruu Carler. Three-base fait Hock. Two-base bits "U iik, Eastman. 1. lmou. liayla. Melnke. Inuinxs pitched By Kckpjsn 4. lj Carler 4. Ulu Off 1'. Iiliou 8. off krkmaD V. off Carter 4. Kims off Kt-traau V. oil tarter 4. off OUon 6. Base on bans Off Kckman 1. w Carter 2. Hit by pltclier Bj 1. Ulxoo 1. bj Eokiuaa 3. by Carter 1. Double play LIxod to Kaatman. l"ajeil ball By liaru 1. Left ou basea (iuif ReOoera 10. Packer 0 lime of came Two buura. Imutre O' linen. CITY HALL t, SUNSETS 5, Politicians Took Esrly Lesd and Held It All the Way. City Hall beat the Sunsets Saturday 9 to i. City Hall. AbHPoA! Sunset. AMI To A Dreyfus. 3b.. 3 10 3 Rultte. 6 0 3 4 Sehark. 2b... 3 0 2 5 Am. rt 4 0 ' ll S Huwieler.lb 3 116 0 LluJsej. It. . . 4 0 0 U MeCormuk.M 4 2 0 2 Myatt. p 4 I 1 2 K Uuie,er.cf 3 2 1 II Kasl. :lb 5 12 0 Imw. If 5 O 2 0Sb.-i.ilu.. II.. i v II A Husrieler.rf 0 3 2 0 Mv?rs. Jb 3 1 2 2 K. Ptttmau. c 4 14 2 .llrlle. lb 2 0U O Uollaway. p. 4 0 0 0 Boiluke. c 4 13 0 Totals 34 10 27 121 Totals 3o 4 uy lnninaa: City Hail sunsela Nummary: Two-base lilt TUMw-base hit F. lluwlelvr. ,.. 3wi on2 0049 . .. OWI 000 410 5 -A. llunieler 2. 11ime ruu Kasl. suns Kurne, Myatt. Ki Sbeptiue. IMrtie, ureyfua 2. Sebark 2. 8. Uuwiel.r. iKforml.-k. K Hliwieler 2, A. Huwlehr. Errors 1 11 efus 2. Mctonulck. Iloilawar. Kant 2. l'irtie. Arta iiuf-0e. Struck out-By Myatt 3. by llollaoaT S. Bases on balls Oil Mjau 5. off U.. lawaV l'ed ball Myatt 1. Konble play Svbark to 8. Huwleler. 'lime of letme Oue hour aua fifty minutes. Umpire Uraliaai. In-er Seals Forfeited. The In-er Seals forfeited two games to the Tel-Electrics by failing to have a team on the playing field in time. Manager Dickerson of the In-er Seals gave notice of his inability to have hi3 team on the field in time to play and also expressed his willingnes to abide bv the rules governing forfeited games for' nonappearance. This gives Tel-Electric two more games won. Secretary Commercial League. COMPLEUD FIRST ROUND Y. M. C. k. TENNIS TOURNAMENT Play Nearing Completioa, Despite the Weather's Interference. Although held back somewhat by the recent rains, the Young Men's Christian Association tennis tournament has com pleted the first round and Is well along in the second. Some very interesting matches have been played so far and some good tennis has been brought out by the different players. The second round will be finished this week. The singles scores: Cooke won from Ilfeld 4-6. 6-3, 6-4. Klker won from Rayers 6-3. 2-6, 6-3. McHard won from Hord 6-1. 0-0. Hitchcock won from Johnson 6-2. 6-7 6-1. Munger won from Warner S-4. 4-6, 6-1. Paige won from Lynn 6-4, 0-1. Cortes won from Wright 6-4. 6-1. Halsty won from Stowers 5-7. 6-0. 6-4. Longcope won from Spivak 6-4, 6-0. Bell won from Nice 6-0, 6-1. Wbeeier won from Nelson 6-3. 3-6. 6-5. Brooks, Nicholson. Brown and Dawson drew byes. The doubles scores: Dawson and Bell won from Cawthen and Dobbins 6-3, 3-6, 6-2. Warner and Stowers won from Lynn and Wright 6-6, 6-1. Nice and Heasty won from Spivak and Klper 6-1, 6-4. Brown and Mutard, Wheeler and Paige Johnson and Nelson, Cooke and Munger drew byes. North Side would like to hear from some fast team Sunday In or out of town. Call Preston 973 and ask for H. McCormkk. All North Side players will be notified by 12 o'clock If they play or not. )! ' HOUSTON DAILY- POST:?: SUNDAY ' MORNING, JUL'l9i6.'' . ... ....... r - nj-ijjijnni 1-in.ri.n.rij jy- jltuj-j jlt Railroad League Saturday's Results. Southern Pacific 11. Sunshine Specials Gulf Coast 9, T. and B. V. i. sunset 17-10, Crockett W-0., K. K. League Played. Won, Pet. Sunshines 9 7 Southern Pacific 9 7 Sunsets 9 I T. and B. V. 9 J Gulf Coast 3 Crocketts 9 j. 2 .77T .777 .S7 .333 .333 .233 S. P BEAT SUNSHINE SPECIALS. Second Game Was Called at Dark With score Tied The Southern Pacific Lines defeated the Sunshine Specials in the first game' 11 to 1 The second game was called at the end of the eighth Inning on account of dark ncss 4-4. S. P. Lines hit Fowler hard bunching hits in the fourth and ninth in nlr.tra. Anderson holding the Specials safe t an stages 01 me game. Sunshine Specials took lead In first of secona game, holding the lead till th seventh; when the S. P. got to Daniels for three hits and two runs, tying the w-jie. int game wjs called at the end ol me ciBimi umiug on account 01 aarKness. FIRST n a vie Southern IKuueliiue Paelttc. AbHPoA I Specials. AbHPoA .ii-.Auuue. 11. o i 1 1 iMouievuan.sa 4 rayne, 3t... 5 2 4 2 Fowler, p... 4 0 0 3 nuuiiia. o a o u.Meek. lb-rf.. 4 2 3 Norn, im... f 3 2 2 Urya:i. ss 2b. 4 2 0 DecMlr. lb... 6 2 8 0 Tlll-v "I...- 4 M R t.uey. i- .... a am 3:Chsrtrsndt.rf 10 0 0 ."uoie. ci.... 1 o liUrKle. c... 10 0 BadlOW. rf... 4lO OillHnll. h 1 II I G kAiHleraoo. p. 4 0 1 Hl'srr. cf....'. 3 0 0 0 !Knolel, If... 3 11 Totals 42 15 27 10 j Peters, lb... 3 0 11 . I Totals ....S4 27 20 By lunlnn: R H K ooutneru raclnc 002 300 10511 15 buiiKliltic Specials 000 001 101 3 0 Miunuary; Kuns Mr Au. life 2. Payne. Kiiunis -. .M-rria J. lleruls, Coffey. Mtire. Badruw, Mom.-rtnu. Briau. Tillev. Krrors Payne 2, Muaieyiian. Tllley. Dauiela 2 Parr Mo.ire Nor ri 2. McAullfre. Two base hits lieclur. Bryan ixinw-i. s&cnnce nits .Moore, uadrow. An iiemou. stoieu Pases MrAllllffe 3. Payne Oerula 2. Fowler 3. Kuodel. .Struck out By Aiiilerson 8. by Fowler 5 Bases on iwlls Off roier i. i nipire Bridges. Scorer Kerr. iiuie oi name oue hour and ttfty-elKbt minutes SECOND flASH Southern 'Sunshine racloo. AbHPoA, Spcjal. Ab H Po A jiciiiiiue. c. - I'.M.xiuiylian. If B 1 3 I-ayn. 2b... 3 14 O KiH.lel. cf.. 3 0 2 ciiucns. jo... 1 I l(Mck rf .Noma, p 4 0 5 Brvan. 2o Divulr, lb... 4 0 0 Oliiler. c. Mo-ire. ss 4 2 3 4 Daniels p Stein, cf 4 O 1 1 Lludslry, , 4 1 0 4 1 3 4 1 8 3 0 0 4 2 1 4 1 7 3 0 0 10 0 lia.lrow-. If... 4 1 1 0 IVIers. lh tuainier. n. 3 1 0 0 Fowler. :ib. .CUartranUl. totals ..v 8.4 111 . . I Totals ..-.35 7 24 1 2 ny mninEs: ' R M K "",,u"u ' acme 1N1 IKI 020 i 8 I Minshlne Special 1 I 001 000 I 7 1 Summary; Kuns McAullfre 2. Moore. Chal mers. MounOyhan. Meek. Brrau. Daniels. Er i . VA,"1ITe' llyi'e. IVulr. Stein 3. I.lnds . . rooi-r -'. iw.kh.ise hirs M.aire 2. Mwk. 1 1 "'"""e.'baa. Sacrifice lilt Payne. Sto en ..' ", -UMIIH- iet-uir. Jioore. Struck out py morris u. by Daniels R l!-s on balls off i nipire uruiees. Scorer Kerr. oi aauie one uour and twenty uiluutes. GULF COAST 12, T AND B. V. 9. tame Was Hotly Contested by T. and B. v. tar beven Innings. The reorganned Gulf Coast baseball team defeated the T. and B. V. team S to 5. The game was hotly 'contested. For a while it looked as if the T. and B. V icam woum come across with tlie winning run, but good pitching by Ktttger prevented. Hobbs showed excellent form for T. and B. V. and with a little hitur.g behind him he will inae a winner. Gulf Coast I x, A.b n 1,0 A 1 T- B V. Ab TT Po A ".' -o... o i ,,ir. s 4 1 2 1 Aleo. c 2 1 2 8 DuffT. 3b 2 1 2 0 Flltiier. p 4 2 4 0 Tuuiliuson, lb 3 1 15 2 OUre. ss 2 I 3 4 Louas. p.... 3 2 2 2 v.iucn. ci.... i v " Sherman, 2u. 2 0 2 1 Lons. ttitb. If 3 0 w o l raw lord if. 3 1 1 0 Pelers. 3b... 4 2 3 2 Kussell. e 3 110 "ayeott. rf . . 2 1 0 0 Hart, c 3 1 0 U WUtsius, lb. 4 lit 2 Jefferson, rf. 2 0 0 0 McGuckin. rf. 2 1 1 0. Hobby, p 3 l o 2 . , D Ainlco. 3b. 2 0 0 0 Total 30 12 27 13, . . , 1 Totals ....30 27 17 Sore by Innlnes: K H E -juii coast i.mes tv) OOl ftno 8 12 4 a"'i tifl ai.ey i.n, 'ui 200 ,1 2 Summary: Kuns Aleo 3. Mosley. Flttier 2 Ol.re. ivtcrs. Wolf. l...pas. Siieridan 2. Krrors i jinsiey. onre. Micriilan 2 lliisw ll Two-base I bit Bussell. TUree-base bit Crawford. Stolen bases Mosley. tittxer. Al.-o 3, DulTr. Lopas Way.ott 2. Smirk out By Klttner 13. by Lot 2. hy Hobt,s ,. Bases on balls Off FlttEer 3. off Lopa 3. off Hoblw 3. Umpires Be,k aiid Simpsou. Sunsets Won and Tied. The Sunsets defeated the Crocketts in their first game. 17 to 10. and played a 10 to 10 tie in the second. Score First game R H K Sunsets 703 000 52017 26 2 Davy Crockett 402 000 01310 It 2 O'Malley and Delatte; Lee, Jones and Franklin. Second game R H F Sunsets 200 22410 19 2 Davy Crockett 10S 10210 12 4 McKinney and Katch; Berton and Sti-mer. To Play at Texas City. TEXAS CITY, Texas, July 15. A ball game will be played here Sunday afternoon between the local team and the Leopold & Shafer team of Galveston at the new ball park on the site of the for mer aviation field of the United States army. Both are good teams and some ciassy piay.ng is promised. California Won Cup. UQIO.NIE. Cal.. July 15. Playing In faultless form, the team representing the California association won the Olympic cup competition today which was staged as a prelude to the Western championships which start Monday. The aggregate scone of the winners for 36 holes wna .ia an us.es. CLUB, ORGANIZATIONS TIRELESS WORSES , . : TOB AjSATXITE BILL VHu 4. Xklggllis, Secretary of the Commercial League a one or the most tireless workers amo Houston amateurs. GAMES SUNDAY IN LOCAL LEAGUES Major League A. To Play Sunday. July 16, two games- Wood Drug vs. Wall & Stabe, South J End Junior. Sunset vs. Cox Brothers. Model No. 3. White Dry vs. Gas Company, Grata I No. 1. Bongio vs. Magnolia Pharmacy, Moody. 10 flay juiy i Wall Jft. Sl.h. f-.a I'nmiunv XfnHal I No. 2. . - i -' Sunset vs. Magnolia Tharmacy, Model No. 1. White Dry vs. Cox Brothers, Grota No. 2. Bongio vs. Wood Drug, Model No. 3. To Play July 30. Gas Company vs. Sunset, Model No. 2. White Dry vs. Magnolia Pharmacy, Moody. Bongio vs. Wall & Stabe. Grota No. 1. Wood Drug vs. Cox Brothers, South End Junior. Two games. Standing. Team Played. Won. Lost. Pet. White Dry 3 3 1.000 1.000 as Company 1 1 Wall & Stabe 3 2 unset 3 2 .667 Cox Brothers 2 1 .500 Honglo 3 1 .333 .OM .000 Wood Drug 3 0 Magnolia Pharmacy.. 3 0 ifajor League B, To Play Sunday. Bering vs. Tigers. Standard vs. Bauguss. Unknowns vs. Olympics. Standing. Team- riayed. Won. Lost. Tct. Standard 6 5 0 1.000 Olympics 3 3 0 1.000 Bauguss 5 2 2 ,4o0 Bering 4 1 3 .250 Tigers 4 1 3 .200 nknowns 6 1 4 .200 To Play Sunday. Clemens vs. Treadwell. Model No. 1. Farrar vs. Hustlers, Grota No. 2. Simon Lewis vs. Shotwell, Structural. Heights Tigers vs. Chronisle. Model No. 2. To Play July 23. Clemens vs. Shotwell, Grota No. 1. Treadwell vs. Hustlers, South End Junior. Farrar vs. Chronicle. Structural. Simon Lewis vs. Heights Tigers. Moody. To Play July 30. Shotwell vs. Hustlers, Structural. Clemens vs. Chronicle, Model No. 3. Treadwell vs. Heights Tigers. Model I o. 1. Farrar vs. Simon Lewis. Grota No. 2. Two games. Standing. Team Played. Won. Lost. Pet. Farrar 3 1.000 1.000 Chronicle 2 Treadwell 3 .667 .667 .500 .333 .000 .000 Clemens 3 ustlers 2 mon Lewis 3 Shotwell 2 Heights Tigers 3 CITY LEAGUE Saturday; Results. Barringer-Norton 11-S, Court House I 13-1. Brown 10. Plumbers 4. tfnion Bank 16, Texas Company 3. N A .MM 1 1 City League Played. Won. Lost Pcf. Barringer Norton ... 12 8 4 .667 Texas Company 12 7 6 .683 Bankers 9 6 4 .66) Plumbers 11 6 .645 Court House 11 6 6 .455 Browns II 3 S .273 TAILORS LEADING, LEAGUE. Broke Even In Double-Header Saturday with court Mouse. The Barringer-Norton Tailors, three times champions of the City league, took the lead of the -City league Saturday by I splitting a double-header with the Court I House. The Tailors lost the first game by the score of 11 to 13 and won the. sec ond by the score of 5 to 1. The features of the game were the hitting of both I clubs. FIRST (IAMB. Barri titer Court Norton Co. Ab II Po A Wells, ef 6 2 4 0 House. Ab H Po A Boysen, ss.. Malts, lb... Hall. 3b.... McEnery. cf Word, p 4 2 0 0 1 . 4 0 13 0 Ankermau. 3b 5 3 1 3 HlelsiK. rf... 4 2 0 01 5 1 1' 2 6 3 3 0 4 112 6 2 2 0 Thompson. If 4 3 0 0 HI! biamlt.ss & 1 2 6 Plainer, lb.. 4 3 10 1 Injrrnndo, If Lobby. 2b G 1 1 2Ulauser, 2b.. 5 1 1 1 Midneton, tit 2 I oiHlrscli rf... 5 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 Toffly. p. 4 0 0 II Sheridan. Totsll 41 17 27 121 Totals 40 12 27 0 I Hirmmary: Two-base bits WeUs. Ankennan, Tliouipsou. Platzer. Miildleton. Home run Ward. Sacrifice bits Thompson. Lobby, Tuffly 2. Stolen I bases Platter 3. Aukerman 2. Double inay I Olauser to Boysen. Bases on bslls Off tuffly I o. on n oru , . 1111 py pircuer oy noru 1. Kims Wells. Ankermsn 2. BtelslK 3. Tbonitson, Platter. Lobby. Miildleton. Tuffly, Boysen, jauiiB, aian siccuerj a, nora, uiauser, iiirscu. suenaan 2. 8F.CO.ND OAMK. Barrinxer- Court Nueton On. Ah H Pn A House. Ab n Po A I Wells, cf... 3 1 2 0 Borneo-. M. . 2 1101 2 0 8 0 1 o n o I Ankermsn, 3b 3 2 0 Stelllx. rf... 3 2 0 Thompson. If 8 1 0 Hlld'braut. as 2 1 0 Plauer. lb.. 2 1 4 UMiaits. ID.. V iltli, 8b. 01 Mcenery. ici. z 1 1 0 2, Word. d. 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 01 OiDainico, If.. Lobby, p..,. 2 0 0 1 Ulinaer, ZD., lurley, e. ... Sberldan, c., 2 0 10 2 0 0 0 Mlddleton. c. 2 0 B 0, Tuffly. 2b... 2 0 ! l 1110 Totals 22 8 13 By lunlnn: 16 812 2 1 Totals Bamnxer-Norton , 410 0 SI Court House,... 001 00 1 1 Summarv: Two base kit Sheridan. Don bis P1"-" Wells to TufBy. Lobby to ililderbrandt lr , " Aaasnaas i, steuug, I ssviHinwu wuci luail. BR0WN8 CAMS TO LIFE, v Tall-Enders of City Leaaue Best riumb. ' ''re to 4. V - . -i , : The Browne came to life Saturday ft- raooa wa defeated the Plumbsre Jio. to t c 509 MAIN STREET t.-... funs pitched airtight ball for the allowing onlv fnnr hitA. In thi browns, ninth with a wet bait Bruton hit for two toases after Kuhns had walked three ien. The Browns hit at will anrl ran hassa In big league style. manager Marshall has gotten some new material and feels that the Browns will make the league leaders go some. Browns. Ab II Po A! Plunthcnt 1 h 11 Pnl Cun'baui. 2h. 4 0 1 SiDnllon. if .1 1 1 0 Hart. KM. ... 4 ' 3 .1 ttniton n , L 1 n II Orabain. lb., fi I 11 2 Murphy, c... 4 6 2 Praebl. cf. .. ft 2 2 O Ste'ibauer. ef . 4 0 2 0 Krskin. rf... 3 2 2 O.Tfixrn. 3b 3 1 0 2 Marshall. 3b. 4 2 0 2 Thornton, rf.. 3 0 0 0 Kuhns. p S 1 0 2Uon. lh 4 0 13 0 zelllnsky. c. ft 1 S OlDsvls. 2b 6 0 1 0 Huyer. if... 5 0 0 OiStlnpson. ss. 2 0 i S Totals 42 1127 121 Totals 3f 3 27 9 Bv innine-a: R IT w nivw li mm ill"' ii.m ill 11 i numbers 000 000 103 4 3 a Summarv: Two.li... hit. nrnton M.rali.ll Three-base hit Brow i. Huns -Holt, (irabani. Praebl. Rr.stin 2. Miirshall. Knhns '2 H.vr 9 Stel bJlller. Dlllion. Davis Ktiliiison Krr,M i unninirham. liullou. ihornton, Stehbsuer. Lone lliam. M lll.son Innltim lit li'tlMi Hv li'iihn. . by Brulou .' lilts Off Kuhns 3. off Bruton II. Buns -Off Kuhns 4. off Bru'on 111 struck out - Br Kuhns 8. In Bruton 5. Bases on halls Off Kuhns 5, ft Bruton 3. Hit by pitcher By Bruton 2. Time of game One hour and flftv minutes. I mplre Wacv. ATWELL WON SPEEPSTAKES. Captf red Weekly Tournament at Country iiud up on aogey. !. H. Atwell Jr. won the weekly ball sweepstakes handicap tournament on the Country club golf course Saturday, ending 4 up on bogey. Brown Kiee was leader in the second division of playars, with 3 up. In the third division. E. u. Neville and J. O. Maillot tied. 2 up. Bark. FINEST DEEfl ' i WSaSsssasa(Sasjaaaaw' aSVVWMyaV LEOPOLD flf PRICE, Inc. - - "PincK ' . ..i . I among the yoiing men. go This Store is amply stocked with pinch-back and the more conserva tive models in cool Pailm Beach or Air-CD' Weave materials at Classy Silk Suite at Mohair Suits at Straw Hiits $2 to $5 Panamas $5 and up Bangkoks $5 and up Sport Shirts . . . 75c and $1 AmatetiT Notes This afternoon at 1:20 o'clock the Houston Boosters baseball team will go to Humble to play a third game with the crack Humble team. Humble won the first game and the Boosters won the second, so the Boosters are anxious to win this game. The fjrms represented and the plaers are as fohows: Woods, Srhneffer Photo Supply company, H. Carter, Wad-dell's Furniture company, Wacey, Model Laundry, Bruton, Jones & Hoffman, Rioh-ter, Krupp & Tuffly, Holm, Irvin Ice Cream company. Davis. Modern l'lunihint; company, Lingle, Standard Printing com- ... n, I'M 1., -. Uiu.rlinff Cnrt.!. Ul,,.., Caretens, Levy Brotliers, Cawtlion, Houston Trunk factory and Mi'Hale, George I,. Glass & Sons. Autos will be wailing at the court house and all the above named .layers are requested to be on hand not aler than 1:30 o'clock. Trinity and Brnsos Valley enters protest for game between Trinity and Itr;izos Valley and Oulf Coast lines July li, mri, account latter team .using C. Fittger of Sunshine Special team; also account of Gulf Coast lines using more than four unemployed plavers during game. P. C. Crawford, Manager Trlnty and Brazos Valley. C. E. Belk, Umpire. The Clemens Memorial and the Treadwell Drug Store teams are booked to play each other a double-header for the first time this season on Model Laundry diamond. These two teams are now J&Skfi.k. Sv. AsLmciii5? as the CrispMoimiynAir BARBAROSSA is a natural tonic. It stimulates the appetite, strengthens the weak and puts "pep" and force into every day s effort. As a daily beverage BARBAROSSA is as delicious as it is helpful. It "goes right to the spot" and satisfies the most exacting, BARBAROSSA is a pure as Nature's products and scientific brewing can make And it's brewed by that unequalled and exclusive Moerlela process. Don't be without BARBAROSSA in home ask (or it in the cafe. Bernardo De Georde DISTRIBUTOR 1403 Milam St. corner Clay Ave. Phone Preston 1048 Houston Texas The Christian Moerlein Brewing Co.r Inc. Ohio THE V0J1LD. f l. t t 1 . i" - 1. Cincinnati Keepers solicited aniLae iblpments ictde m v Joiatiotvot CeKaJswt MsAMisWsistswM .:.v.,....4 - L0P0Llt PRICE. Inc.- packs are ''all the $7.50 fl AND U UP $12.50 v . . .$10 and up Manhattan Shirts. $1.50 up Underwear $1.00 up Neckwear 50c up Bathing Suits ... .$1.00 up OPPOSITE RICE HOTEL tied for second place In the Major B league. The came will start promtly at 2:30 hunday afternoon with Ankerlirook on the mound for Clemens and Tredway for the Druggists. The following Simon Lewis players are requested to be on hand at 2:30 o'clock sharp on the Structural Steel diamond: Kronenlierger. G. Hall, Single, Hudson. M. Alexander, W. Hall. Kurtin, K. Alexander. Seogo, Johns. Becker. Johns, an old leaguer, will twirl against the Shot-wells in one of thp games of the double-header. Johns is' widely known for his speed and curves and will be a gre.it relief to U Alexander, who has pitched every game the Lewis' played. . Sunday evening nt 3 o'clock the Lone Stnr Oilers Will hook up with the Genoa team at Genoa. The following players are uMiiicsii'u io lie present nt .Manager Helton's residence at l:30j o'clock, sharp: Fitzgerald. Ilollman. Coles, Lauglilin Young, Bens, Helton, Sisson, Holt, Davis! Simmons. The Magmolja Pharmacy baseball team of Major City leasue A will piav tlie liongio Grocery company on Moody diamond this afternoon. A double-header is scheduled. The following Minoltas are requested to be on the diamond by 1 o dock: Grado, Trow, Grey, Kappp Gooden. Fitzgerald. Schubert. McKenzie' Roger. Parson and McAmmons. The Surge Manufacturing company's baseball team is scheduled to play South Houston Sunday afternoon on South Houston diamond. The following Burge Players are renuestert In rn,i, i o'clock Interurban car: Fisher. Graham. l.Mt S.'w' Mlln8I; Hess, Pradt. Welsh. Hill. Thompson, Finn, Woodburn. Ames. the A wrm mm x m l I I 311 11 1 ' I mm::. t UBMmjsSUL'. I JJ,LiLV i :

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