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NEWBERRY WINS 4 TO 3.
Newberry Defeats Erskine in an In
teresting Game-Large At
The stcres closed yesterday and
everybcir went to college park to
witniess the game between Erskire
J cvua Newberry. Newberry won by a
score of 4 to 3.
(By C. J. Shealy.)
In one of the most exciting games
of baseball ever played on the New
berry diamond, the Newberry college
team defeated the Clemson Tigers by
th;e score of 8 to 4. Some loose field
ing was indulged in by both teqms,
Newberry allowing Clemson to score
three i tnh;e first inning and Clem
son allowing Newberrv to shove 4
aerozs the rubber in the eighth. Scur
rv, Ruff. J.. and Hazel, A., led the
batting for Newherry. Burton, was
star in centre field making several
etacular catches. For Clemson
tain Kirby played a good gaine at
nd and his trusty bat was valu
to Clemson. Tupper's work at
rt was beautiful.
But to show you how it was done:
emson: Connelly grounds to third
d goes to second when .Smeltzer
ws wild to first, and to third on
el's passed ball. Tipper struck
Kirby hits to center and Con
scores. Cockran safe on first
Ruff, W., mufs a throw from
. Sherard safe on first by in
hit. McKean grounds to short.
, J., errors and Kirby and Cock
both score. Henderson flies out
nd, Sullivan flies out to left,
Clemson has scored 3 times.
berry: Burton out at first by
uit stop and perfeot throw of
stop. Ruff, W., out on grounder
d by third. Seurry hits safe
seon-d for one base; Ruff, J.,
sine drive to centre field fence
m ses a hom,t run by about two
ad vrry scores. Hazel, C.,
grounder, second to first.
son: Sehraeder fans; Connelly
out to deep centre. Tupper flies
oat to right.
Newberry: Hazel, A., out, third to
first. Garlington, who had relieved
Smeltzer at third, wa&s. Shealy fans.
Eidson hits to right for one base.
Burton out on grounder, third to
Clemson:: Kirby hits to left for on~e
ibag. 'Cockran grounds to short, Kir
by forced out at secon~d, but Cockran
* safe on first. Sherard hits to centre
and Cockran scores. McKean, out,
!piteher to first. Henderson is an easy
out, short to first. Score, 1.
Newiberry: Ruff, W., fans. Scurry
hit by piteher. Ruif, J., goes to first
when shortstop errors a grounder.
Hazel, C., flies out to c'entre. Hazel,
A., walla. Garlington flies out to
Clemson: Sullivan flies out to cen
tre, when. Burton makes star catch.
Sehroder out, third t'o first. Connel
ly hits safe to left. Tapper flies out
Newberry: Shealy drives one into
second -baseman's hands. Eidson
~rounds out to first. Burton fans.
Clemson: Kirby fans Cockran out,
eateher to first. Sherard ont. short
Newberry: Ruff, W., out, short to
first. Scurry hits a hot one to second
an& is safe. Ruff, J., hits safe to
left and Scurry goes to second. Hazel,
C., flies out to right. Hazel, A., hits
safe to left. Garlinugton walks; Scurry
scores. Slhealy safe on first when
tird baseman errors a hot one. Ruff,
J., scores. Eidson out to first.
Clemson: MceKean out, second to
first. -Henderson hit by pitreher. Sul
.livat flies out to centre. Shroeder
out, short to first.
'Ne'wberry: Burton drives a beauti
ful on'e for two bases. Ruff, W.,
Sunts, and is out at first. Burton
scores from second and the score is
tied. Scurry goes to first on error
of third and steals second. Ruff, J.,
strikes oat. Hazel, C., out, pitcher to
Clemson: Connelly out, pither to
first. Tapper fans. Kirby flies out
New'berry: Hazel, A., safe on first
on slow one to infield. Garlington
hits grounder to third. Hazel is out
at seeond. Garlington safe on first.
Shealy walks. Eidson out, second to
arst. Bui ton out, short to first.
Clemson: Cockran out, second to
frst. Sherard flies out to pitcher.
MeIn~ fans. Score, 0.
:rewberry: Ruff, W., hits safe to
left and steals second. Scurry safe
on first and Ruff, W., goes to third by
error of third. Seurry steals second.
son. Ruff, J.. hits safe to right; Ruff,
W., scores. Ruff, J., steals. Hazel,
'., out pitcher :o first. Scurry
scores. Hazel, A., safe on first by
fielder's choice. Ruff, J., scores. Haz
el steals secon.d. Garlington flies out
to .catcher. Hazel stole third and
scores when third errors throw from
catcher. Shealy fans.
Clemson: 1ienderson hits safe by
short. Sullivan flies out to centre.
Lachicotte out, short to first. Connel
ly fans. and the game is over.
Newberry has won an up-hill con
test. The game was practically hand
ed to Clemson and then wrested from
From the start Clemron was una..'
to connect suiecessully with Eidson 's
R H E
Clemson. . .301 000 000-4 5 5
,Newberry . .100 021 04*-8 10 5
Batteries: Schroder, Lachicotte and
Sullivan; Eidson and Hazel.
On Saturday the same teams com
batted each other again and: after a
hard fought contest Clemson turned
the tables on Newberry by the score
of 5 to 3. The Newiberry boys put
up a strong fight, but were unable to
take the game from the tigers. Rivers
of Clemson pitched a good game and
his teammates supported him well.
The batting of 1Captain Kirby was
again a feature of the Clemson team.
Ruff, W., and! Burton led - th- stick
work for Newberry.
A Happy Home Marriage.
There was a quiet home wedding
at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. T.
W. Smith in Boundary street on
Wednesday mornin,g at 10 o"clock,
Although the White Fr
passed out of its introdu,~ t4
enjoying a niational reputa
are not apprised of all its
prove a source of interest
I Not long ago anything 1
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15c. and 12 YC. Madras 8% c. yd.
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500 pieces standard Calico 4/8c. yd.
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Ladies' Linen, Crash, Duck Suits and
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27x54in. Deltor Rugs,$1.25 seller, for 79c.
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DR. I. E.CRIMM jT
If you wish a thorough examina
ion made of your eyes and receive
absolutely reliable advice, consult
DR. I. E. CRIMM,.Ch
THE GERMAN EYE-SIGff SPECIALIST, C
who has been coming to NewberryiA
for the last ten years and fitting s
glasses to the best people of New
berry and county.
Here is what REY. S. T. IALLMAN, Pas-a
tsr Lutheran Church of Spartanhurg,
S. C., under date of March 15, 1910, g
has tsay of DR..E. CRIMIL:A
"TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
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.ien Miss Mabel E. Meador, Mrs
' th's niece. became the bride of
Mr. Chesley Banks Attaway, of
, kl '. ie . . The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. Geo. A.
\Vrigh-t. Mr. Eugene Attaway, of
Saluda. brother of the groom, was
best man and the bride was given
away by her brother, Mr. John
meador, of Mobile, Ahi.. Miss Lillian
>Mith acting as maid of honor. The
wedded pair left the same day for
their future home in Charlotte, -where
Mr. Attaway is a druggist in the
city, :m-,d the well wishes of th.eir
true friends follow them and will
abide with them till the eventide.
.Service at Colony church Sunday
11 a. m. Sunday sebool at 10 a. m.
Jas. D. Kinard, Pastor.
The Jalapa Democratic Club
Will meet Saturday afternoon, at 2
o'clock for the purpose of reorgan
ization, election of delegates to the
county convention and any other
business S. M. Duneany
Old Men's Club.
The Old Men:s Demoerati!c club of
No. 6 township will meet at Long
,hore Saturday, 5 p. m.
H. D. Boozer,
J. B. Smith, President.
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