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OF MOST FEARED HURLERS IN BIG LEAGUES
SO'Untb I EN RUNS IN
HAPPY FELSCH HAS MADE NEW RECORD IN
STARTING DOUBLE PLAYS FROM OUTFIELD
First Time Major League Team
Has Ever Turned Trick.
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Here Is One of the Peculiar Tricks of Photography. The Hand Being Near
est the Camera's "Eye" Make? Ruether's PltchlnQ Hand Look Twice
Too Large for His Body.
Cnptuln Cook, athletic director for
Camp Lewis, believes Hint tho discipline-,
Walter "Dutch" Ituuthcr, Cincin
nati pitcher, received in tho army
helped make him one of tho most
feared hurlcrs in the big leagues.
Cured of Irritation.
Tho captain told how Itucthcr was
cured of ono cause of irritation.
It was at tho servico pa mo last year
and Del Baker, now with the Portland
Coast league, had been thrown out
of tho contest. This made Ructher
ungry and he refused to pitch. Captain
Slim Scott tried to get hhn to continue,
but ho would not.
"I won't pitch another ball; Baker
did not get a square deal," he said.
Captain Cook pleaded with him after
LOOKED MORE LIKE BAT BOYS
Manager Rowland or Milwaukee, Ex
periences Trouble In Getting Play
era Through Gate.
Jimmy McGIll of tho Indlonapolls
club tells ono on Clarcneo Rowland,
wunager of tho Brewers, that will live
Manager Clarence Rowland,
In baseball. Clarence, accompanied by
llvo of his ball players, tried to get
through tho pass gate In tho Indian
apolis park. Tho guardian of tho gate,
who is n faithful watchdog, according
to McGIll, stopped Rowland with tho
"How many nro you trying to bring
"Five, count them," answered Row
land. "Well, ono bat boy Is all you need,"
was the answer.
Rowland had to summon help to get
his ball club Inside the purlc They
looked like candidates for the bat boy's
Job to tho trusty gatekeeper.
HANSEN BEST RELIEF HURLER
Most of Work of Milwaukee Player
This Season Has Been to Rescue
A Milwaukee critic says that Roy
Hansen, the young pitcher secured by
Rowland from the Chicago Whlto Sox,
Is tho best relief hurlcr In tho associa
tion. Most of his work this season has
been filling In for somo other pitcher
who has gone wrong.
Scott had failed. Bucther was ohilu
"I'll not pitch," was the stubborn
It finally got on Captain Cook's
Ruether Finished Game.
"Private Iluethcrl" lie snapped.
Tho left-handed pitcher cnino to at
"Private Reuther," Bald Cook, "you
have Just thirty seconds to get out in
tho box and pitch or go hack to Camp
Lewis under guard, and you won't go
on that California trip, either."
"Yes, nlr," saluted Huether.
He finished tho game so angry that
tho ball came over looking like u pea.
But he finished It Just the same.
PARENT AS MANAGER
Freddy Parent, tho old Boston
American and Chicago shortstop.
Is mentioned as tho probable
manager of tho Hartford team
In tho Eastern league for nest
season. Parent and Owner
.(nines H. Clarkln of tho Hurt
ford team recently conferred on
tho subject In Sanford, Me.,
whero Parent has managed u
fast semi-pro team for several
NORMAN ROSS TO RACE AGAIN
Big Callfornlan Is Expected to Par
ticipate In Water Carnivals In
Norman Ross Is expected to tnko
.nirt In tho water carnivals In thl
country now that he has returned from
France, where his victorious path
amazes many aquatic sharps. Ros
stunds over six feet and weighs
around 205 pounds. Ho uses a notice
ably slow, powerful stroke, spanning
tho length of a Tft-fnat pool with half
u dozen strokes, and until a Mmrt time
ago ho used tho four-beat, single trud-
geon crawl exclusively. Recently he
hns been experimenting with tho sl
beat doublo trudgeon-crawl.
Be Careful of Southpaws.
Whatever you may hay about n
southpaw, don't forgot yourself and
call him a left wlm: i
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Kansas City Once Broke Up Detroit
Game With Same Number of Runs
In Eleventh "Greasy" Nealo
Captured Ten Files.
Cincinnati's Red did something this
year that never had been done before
by n mnjor league team that Is, score
ten runs lp tho thirteenth Inning. The
Pat Morons turned this trick against
Just once before, In an extra In
ning fray, has tho winner, In unknot
ting tho tic, reached double figures In
tallies In the wlndnp chapter, and that
was In 18S0, when Detroit was sup
porting n Nntlonnl league club and
Kansas City was trying to support
On July 11 of that year the Cow
boys and Detroit were on even terms
nt the end of the tenth. In the elev
enth the Mlssourlnns broke up tho
game In precisely the same manner ns
tho Reds did when they upset the
Supcrbas by turning the lever of the
scoring mill nnd grinding out ten runs.
Cincinnati Is the only major
league club that hns scored ten runs
In tho thirteenth Inning of n champion
ship gnme, Kansas City the only Na
tional league club that has scored ten
runs lu tho eleventh Inning of a cham
Another record set In Brooklyn on
May 1G was when "Grensy" Neale, cov
ering rlcht for the Reds, caught ten
files. This Is u record number for a
right flehler In n gnme of this length.
Owen Wilson of tho Pirates, playing
tho same position ns Neale. had the
samo number of put-outs when his
team was defeating Brooklyn, 1 to 0,
August 22, 1C0S, in 17 Innings.
Left fielders nnd center fielders oc
casionally capture ten files In games
of regulation nnd extra length; right
fielders very rarely do.
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
Col. Lester Snover Is the nnmo
of a tall, husky southpaw who
has left tho marlno corps to en
list under tho banner of John
McGraw. Tho left Hank of Sno
ver's highly mnrtlul nnmo Is not
a titled-It's his real nanle. In
military rank Snover never
climbed higher than private. Be
fore he enlisted Snover was with
Elmlra of tho New York Stato
F. CHANCE HAD PROPER DOPE
Former Manager of Chicago Cubs Was
First Man to Predict Manager
ial Success of Moran.
Frank Chance was tho first base
ball man to predict tho managerial
success of Patrick Moran, who won tho
Nntlonnl Leaguo pennant with the
Reds. Chnnci', when ho hnndled the
Cubs, had Mornn and Tom Needhnm,
both catchers, on his team. Later,
when Chance took hold of the Yankees
In 1013 ho vnlnly tried to obtain Moran
ns n coach. Moran was helping
Charley Dooln, manager of the Phil
lies, nt that time, and tho Quaker
owners refused to let Pat go.
"Moran will be n great manager
somo day!" said Chnncu when tho
Manager Pat Moran,
Phillies hnd turned down his offer.
"Ho knows basebnll. Is n hard work-
er and Is well liked by tho players,
oecnuso ho Is fair and square. Need
ham, too, will mako good In the big
leagues if ho gets nn opportunity."
STADIUM GIVEN TO FRANCE
To Be Permanent Incentive to Athletic
Development Olympic Games
May Be Held There.
Tho great Pershing Stndlum. which
tho Y. M. C. A. built for the recent
Inter-nllled meet, has been iiresontod
to France, to be a permanent Incentive
to athletic development. There, in a
few years, the Olympic games may be
held, and already Franco Is iilannlnir
to demonstrate tho ability of lis c"i-
teris as athletes.
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Chicago White Sox
Hap Felsch, Chicago center fielder,
has shoved into the discard the old
American league record among subur
banites for making tho pioneer movo
In doublo plays. It was 13, held by
Bert Shotton and was made In 3013,
when the present Cardinal was u
Felsch, from tho middle mesa, start
ed 11 double killings besldo putting a
triple slaughter In operation. No less
than six of his doublo plays were
started In games ngnlnst tho Red Sox.
This Is u record of Felsch's doublo
nnd triple plays this year from cen
Against Boston 6.
Felsch to Gandll.
Felsch to E. Collins.
FEW RIGHT-HANDED HITTERS
Large Majority of Outfielders of Amer
ican League Teams Bat From
First Base Side.
Left-handed hitters predominate In
most of the American league outfields,
tho Yankees being the only club with
threo right-hand hitters working regu
larly. Lewis, Bodle und VIck all
Bwlng from the right-hand side of tho
plate. Wlckland and O'Doul nro left
hand hitters, nnd Hnlos bats cither
way. Detroit has Cobb, Veach and
Shorten swinging from tho left side,
nnd Flagstead the only right-hand hit
ter. Boston hns Hooper, Strunk, Ruth,
Lamar and Gllhnoley, who are left
handed hitters, and Gainer, a con
verted Inllelder, ns tho lono right-hand
hitter. Cleveland hns four left-handers
In Graney, Speaker, Smith nnd
Jnmleson, with Wood tho only outfield
er swinging from the other side. Jack
son, Lelbold and Eddie Murphy of tho
White Sox hit from tho first bnso side,
while Felsch and John Collins are
right-hand hitters. Milan, Rico nnd
Menosky of the Nationals belong to
tiie left-hand division, as does Mur
phy. Of tho St. Louis Browns, Tohln.
Demmltt, Smith, Slonn nnd Williams
nro left-handed hitters; Jncobson the
solo right-hander. Witt and Kopp of
tho Athletics are left-hand hitters.
SHAKE UP FOOTBALL COACHES
Changes Made In Supervision of In
struction at Many Colleges
Sharpe at Yale.
Thero hns been n shakeup In tho
football coaching staff or supervision
of Instruction hi the game nt Harvard.
Ynlo and Princeton. Ynlo wllj hnvo
Al Sharpe, tho former Cornell coach,
whllo Bob Fisher will sueeeed Percy
Hnughton nt Harvard. Bill Roper
will take Speedy Rush's plaeo at
rrlnceton, and Rush will succeed
Shnrpo nt Cornell. Lurry Banknrt
will return to Colgate, Hob Folwell
will bo back nt I'enn, Ed Robinson
will bo at Brown anil Fred Dawson ut
To Resume Soccer Games,
Eastern colleges will resume soccer
football hi November.
Felsch to Schnlk.
Felsch to Lynn.
Felsch to Weaver.
Felsch to Rlsbcrg to Gondii.
Against Cleveland 4.
Felsch to Gandll.
Felsch to Weaver.
Felsch to Schalk, 2.
Against Detroit 2.
Felsch to E. Collins.
Felsch to Gandll.
Against St. Louis 1.
Felsch to Gandll.
Against Washington 1.
Felsch to Lynn.
Felsch to Rlsbcrg to Weaver to
Kerr to 15. Collins.
RED SOX LAND JOE WILH0IT
Boston Team Succeeds In Signing For
mer Giant Who Is Leading West,
em League Batters.
E. G. Bnrrow, manager of tho Bos
ton American Leaguo Baseball club,
has closed it deal with tho Wichita
club of tho Western leaguo for Joo
Wilholt, who leuds that leaguo In bat
ting. Wilholt ended u long bnttlng
streak lu which he set n new world's
record by hitting safely In CO consoou
the games. In addition to n cash
payment, Musser, u pitcher, goes to
tho Wichita club for tho remainder of
the Western leaguo season.
NO ASSISTS MADE IN GAME
Novel Record Made by Birmingham
In Recent Contest With Nash
ville In Southern League.
Birmingham established what In
believed to bo a league record In tho
gamo with Niikhvlllo recently, when
they retired the visitors through tho
entlro nine Innings without nn Inlleld
er or nn outfielder having nn assist.
Fivo assists are credited to tho Bar
ons, nil of them made by Slapnlcku.
GOOD AT CATCHING RUNNERS
Few Pitchers Can Equal Sherrod
Smith of Brooklyn In Nipping
Players Off First.
When It comes to catching runners
napping off first few can equal Sherrod
Smith, tho Brooklyn port-Mdo Dinger.
This, In fact, Is a specialty with Smith.
Rube Marquurd also Is cagey In this lit
tle matter. Fred Toney Is another who
can hold runners close to tho base.
ANOTHER SHIFT FOR BAIRD
Started With St. Louis Cardinals,
Traded to Phillies, Now With
Douglas Balrd hns been shifted
about considerably In tho Nntlonnl
leaguo this year. Ho started with tho
Cardinals ami was traded to tho Phil
lies. Ho returned to tho Cardinals und
recently was acquired by tho Dodgers
for tho waiver price.
Chicago After Olympic Games.
Chicago will try to secure tho 1021
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