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shows tln now I'rliKi'ton Varsity crow on the hike.
BALK ASSISTED SUM
SALLEE IN HOT GAME
Pitcher's Accident Actually Help
ed Him to Win.
When Runner Moved From Second to
Third Centerflelder Rough Moved
Back and Was Nicely Placed
to Get Felsch'u Fly.
Commenting on tho incident of Hur
ry Kulleo'x bnlk In the second world's
hitIcs riiiiio ono of the coiiimi'Utiitor.s
iiiiikc Kotno Interesting conehixlou, us
"Sullco started to pitch nnd his
foot hung In some innnuer, whleh
caused liliu to lotto his hulmicc. Ito
HtiiinbU'd forwurd with tho motion of
pitching, but did not deliver tho bull,
which mudo n plain hulk, and Umpire
Hilly Kvuim behind tho pluto ordered
Weaver to stroll to third from his
Feat on second Iium1.
"On tho face of tho returns Sullco
hud gotten himself Into a tight corner,
hut tho hulk probuhly suved tho day
for hint. When Weaver went to third
Itoush played HO or !() feet deeper In
center for 1'Yli.ch than ho tilnyed when
Weiter was on sot uiul. The reason
WHS that lie l.liew lie imilil lint llll'ow
out WeiiM'r at the plnlo on u lii-'li to
eollter wlii-ii eu or wn mi llnril. Inn
he hud a eh.'iiie to do so when WeuM-r
WUH Oil sri HM'I.
"Kelsoh Mi ! lerrllle line lly himiok
over ltotc-li - heal KoiinIi run like
a deer tor M n-nier Hold fence, nnd
when nl'i'Mi i n loel i nun llieiv he
iiiriied, tin' ii his lunula anil uriih
liod the ha1 . m nl the nil' us It wits
Milling pi i lis ilmiie. lb- dlil lint
llUVO Uli lli ' pnle III i.oim or il's-
imiee, iiml ' h nl not I eeii ''iilin:
deeper w'i ivr mi 1 11 1 I limn N-
WOUllI h v ' i'l Willi Neiler "'I
seeniid, I ' I ii. M'.' Iuim' in ele
the can Ii ' l undid line -' l 'I
mid I'l l' l-l Iuim' li.ul to nl-
thruu-lniM inoie liMM'esihi:
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PLA ... D!P IN OIL
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bus si i
. , loruier CleM-liiiitl
,iliii to the list of
i is who have dipped
1 i 'i.i lollteil the toioos
IMIIlill (OIU'OI'II which
nun In Shrexepoil lo
lis llitelests In the
l.olil. (llher ball
n oil who iiiuko their
heudipi H mh In Shreveport nro
poll r. mil. I'.oli llurinon, Ira
Thomas i Mil Slupnlekn, Mike
Musse, ii.lm (Innol nnd Knnls
Oul.f. Mii.e Mnlloy, the former
.scout lo. im Chicago Cubs, also
bus eiul iiKimI In the oil KMllo
and piiis to soon Join the
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I'uiiu has lout Ulmer Smith, Its fast
quurter-mller. Ho bus left college.
A complete Amerlcun rlllo and pistol
teum will compete In tho Oljmplc
Judge Ira W. Jnyno has been mado
cbiilrniun. of the, Olympic committee
America's hockey teum which Is to
compete In tho Olympic gutues has ar
rived in Antwerp.
The Horse Hevlew futurity for fonls
of 11)20, closed with 017 entries, a
gain of 13 over lust nir.
Hoglur, meed lust season with lit
tle success by Top Goers, Is to bo out
this season us a member of Tommy
1-ven u good old sportsiiuin like Sir
Thonius Upton may grow weary f
Dialing his yachting challenges so fre
quently hcculmcd. '
I'cto Hermnn, the buntum chnmploii,
offers to meet Jimmy Wilde ut US
pounds ringside, or Johnny Kllliuno ut
l.'i pounds rhiKsltle.
Carpentler's pros agent Is not very
good at that. He hasn't suld Hint
Georges licked the town bully at tho
tender ut of thirteen.
Lee Tide, by I.co Axworthy out of
l.mlly Kllcn, Is touted us one of the
grout two-yen r-ohN of tho season. Lee
Title Is the property of David Look.
The first contests for tho Wlghtman
tennis cup for women Itue boon post
poned to IH-I bemuse of the Inability
of Kuropeuu chilis to send tenuis this
Olymplii Holds Is out with a hid of
SIM WO for u mutch between tho Hrlt
Ish plujers uiul James Humes of St.
Louis, western open eliumploii, anil
Walter Hugin of Detroit, national
open tltleliohler. The olllb would staue
tho eent us an uftermutcli of tho,
we-tern open loiirmitiieiit In AiiKiist.
TWO ODD ONE-BALL RECORDS
First Ball Ed Waleh Pitched In Game
Crawford Knocked Over Fence
for Home Run.
Hero are two loeords lecillled by a
biisobnll siutlstli inn some time ami:
111 u culm- let roil ChleilU'o lllld De
troit year 111:0. with Ihe buses tilled
ii in I Sum (Ynwtinl ut but. IM W'nMi
was sent io the iiioiiikI. lie pitched
one bnll inn1 "'ihoo Sum" skimmed
It over tin ii'iifo for a home run.
Four runs si ..rod off a pitcher on one
pitched hull N luird to bent.
In 1010, at Portsmouth, 0 it relief
pitcher was put In with two men on
bases, He pitched one hull, nnd the
lmtsiann hit Into n triple play. Thus
tho twlrler scoured credit for pitching
an entire inning when ho oiily deliv
ered a hollmry heave.
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SCRIBES PICK ATLANTA
A symposium published by
Will Hamilton of tho Now Or
leans Item shows tho majority
of Southern leugiie sporting edi
tors pick Atlanta to finish tlrst
In the race this year and Little
Hock second, There Is a wldo
difference of opinion us to the
third plnce team, with udvocntes
of New Orleans, Nashville, Mem
phis and .Mobile all getting votes.
Hlrmlnglinm and Chattanooga
are vomited among tho also runs.
Hube Ilutli Is a plctiirestpie perform
er even when he Is striking out.
Now everybody knows Ktldle Hayrs
cun pitch us well us Held and hit.
Coveloskle, the noted pitcher of tho
Cleveland Indians, grows better with
The Hrnves como nnd go, hut color
and pep they appear to have with them
Six players huvo been released to
minor leagues by tho Now York
Tho I'lrutc traveling uniforms arc
nowhere near as attructlvo as the togs
of last season,
Fertile Schupp bids fair to bear out
Hrunch Itlckey's ussertlon ho wilt como
back this year.
Dodo Crlss, one-tltno famous hitter,
Is making his heatlfpiarters hi Shreve
port these days.
The Milwaukee club has transferred
I'ltcher McWhorter to Itlchmond of
tho Virginia league.
Tho Hrnves huvo an outfielder
named John L. Sullivan. He ought to
be popular In Hoston.
It. Miller, the Philadelphia rookie
third hnsemun, looks like a member
of tho busehull Millers.
Dnvo Davenport, the skyscraper of
baseball, bus a world of speed, but
ho Isn't 60 hmg on control.
Ono New York export Is playing'
safe. He picks one of three teams In
each league to cop the Hug.
The Oklnhoma City club has signed
Hilly Kelly of Dust St. Louis, old but
tery mate of Marty O'Toole.
Stockholders of the Clnclnnntl Na
tional league club huvo demanded
Tree pusses uiul extra dividends.
Grllllth Is very sweet for Drlcson
as a pitcher and the Old Fov Is a
Talrly good Judge of u thrower.
The HrowiiK ore sure to finish In
tho Jlrst division, nconllng to tho wny
they huvo It dopetl In St. Louis.
The .Toplln club bus released Out
Holder Vie Uuedy to the Chlekiisha
club of tho Western association.
Ivan Olson bus done, tho most con
sistent hjttlng of any plu.cr of the
Greater New York clubs to date.
Hob Munsoll, the new third base
man of the Yankees, Is said to bo able
to drive a bnll us fur us Hube Ktitli,
AVIth tho HniM's ami the Ited Sox
nut of tho lace. Huston ctin take an
Interest Jn Harvard's football practice.
JoeO'Itouke, otorun minor leaguer,
litis been made malinger of the
Greenville team of the South Atlantic
They nro calling the Houston Huf
I'ulos the "Glories" this season.
Whether of morning or oenlng vari
ety Is not clear.
Andy Stark, sont to Minneapolis by
the Giirfmen, bus hulked. Ho will
play with tin Industrial league teum In
New York slute.
riicuor i in .ilium nun iiioi'itii'i,
George 1'otty, foriuei ly of Xotio Damn,
wore uucotidltlnunlly lelt'iised by tho
Pitcher Mniio PeVltnlls the college
H-xout. bus been sent h Mmi.tger .Mil
ler Ilugglns of ihe New ork Yankees
to tho Vernon Const league dub.
The u'toiiin Hutch Keins, catcher,
quit the Dallas club lioi'.ne tho sea
son opened and will piny bull with
nn Independent team in the oil bolt.
Art I'helnn, who bus boon couching
a college team In Florida and for
Hint reason was doluod, Joined tho
Foit Woith team Just us tho season
Harney Dreyfuss rises to remark
that there was no friction between
Manager Gibson and hliix-olf In regard
to tho cast) of Catcher Walter
Tho Hoston lied Sox roleased
Pitcher Cuddy Murphy, tho former
Dartmouth coll ego star, and I'ltchoi
Harry Holhorrow to Toronto of the
JACK DEMPSEY'S WALLOP BROKE ROPE
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Half the youngsters who have boxed on tho west side of tho Itocklcs
know Jack Dcmpsvy when ho was tlrst trying to get started In tho boxing
game. KdJle McKcunu tells us of ono of Jack's Hrst 'bouts somewhere up In
"I went In Jack's corner one night when ho was boxing ono of thoso birds
who stands with his right hand and foot extended," says Eddie. "In tho
llrat round the fellow's awkword stylo puzzled Dempsey and between rounds
I started to suggest to him how ho should avoid tluit right hand. Dempsey
wouldn't listen nt nil. 'I'll show you how to handle this stuff, lie said, und,
believe me, ho did.
"Ho stepped out of his comer with his right hand und right foot out, Just
llko tho other fellow. Then he let go with his left hand. Ho Hlnnuned that
fellow so hard that ho broke tho top ropo of tho ling und Uio bird was out
for ten minutes."
Hotiny Leonard Is mixed up with
the movies on the const
Foothnll will bo a compulsory sport
In tho French regiments.
The Cuban derby Is to bo worth
$20,000 In 1021, Itn value having been
Tho Western Hreedcre' futurity for
foals of 1017 has been awarded to
Dcs Moines, la.
Almost -,000 nominations hnvo been
mado for tho 23 events of tho Sara
toga running meeting.
A new world's record for tho mllo
wns miule by tho AU-Huffalo reluy
team In a meet at Huffalo.
Hob Nelll has Joined tho training
colony at Memphis, resuming his po
sition ns secretory for 1'op Gccrs.
There bus been u very loud sllenco
for some time In tho heavy weight
championship rank's. Wonder what the
Tommy Murphy hearts tho list of
drivers of 2:10 trotters, with Pop
Geers second. Murphy has fll to Ids
credit, Geers C8.
University of Pennsylvania wres
tlers won tho mat championship of
tho Middle Atlantic states and will gel
a chiinco to compete hi tho Olympic
I'cter Tiivoulldus, Greek, lived In
the United Slates for 2.'l eurs with
out hooking citizenship papers. Ho
won tho Hoston marathon tho other
day, nnd It mudo lilm feel patriotic.
Ho will npply for bis papers at once.
BIG SEASON FOR DEL GAINER
Former Detroit and Boston Star Ex-
pected to Boost Pennant Chances
of Brewers by Hitting.
Outfielders throughout tho Ainerlcnn
association this your will move hnck
toward the fence when Del Gainer
conies to bal. The former Detroit and
Hoston star, now with the Hrewers,
bus been hitting 'em far and wide In
tho spring games and .Manager ICgiiu
3"" i ' j,
oxpects him to huvo u big season.
Gainer bus slowed up some In his
footwork but ho could Increase tho
Mllwnukeo pennant chances by reason
of his hitting. He started In tho game
with Jimmy Hurke ut Ft, Wayne buck
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"CHICK" GANDIL GOT
$10,000 FROM IDAHO
Real Estate Also Figured in the
Beet-Growlng Populace Subscribed Big
Sum of Money to Induce Whlto
Sox Star to Transfer Al
legiance to Bushes.
When the baseball magnates of St.
Anthony, Idaho, learned there wns a
possibility of getting "Chick" Gnntlll
of tho Whlto Sox to muiiuge their ball
tenm In- tho Yellowstone-Snuko Itlver
league, Ed Smoot, n renl estate man,
left his olllco open nnd notltled busi
nessmen that subscriptions could bo
Tho beet-growing populace swept In
to tho ollrab nnd mode cash deposits
nnd within a few hours enough money
was subscribed to assure tho former
Sox player In the neighborhood of
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$10,000. Ho will also get an interest
In a teal estatu und Insurance linn.
So much enthusiasm was whipped up
hi tho northern Idaho towns that all
tho stars of tho l'nclllc Coast league,
begun to flirt with tho outlaw organiza
tions, but Hurt Woolunis, manager of
thu Itexburg club, foresaw tho league,
blowing up, so hud u rule passed that
no teum hi tho circuit could huvo moro
than four professlonnl players.
BROWN DERBIES ARE BARRED
American League Expected to Take
Measure to Stop Joke Presenta
tions to Playeis.
Tho American lenguo may soon adopt
measures to pros out practical Jokers
from milking future public presenta
tions at the ball pnrks of such things
us blown derbies. Halm Ituth accepted
tho Joko smilingly, but the magnates
don't llko it.
"NO SOFT SPOTS"
Showing mado so fur by tho
"second division" clubs Indicates
tho most Interesting inco of
years, according to John A.
Heydler, president of the Nu
"I don't remember a year In
which wo hud a hotter distribu
tion of strength. Thero Is not
a soft spot In the, league. All 1
tho teams aro lighting." j
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