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HAPPENINGS IN THE
BASE BALL WORLD
Tigers at Webb Park This
WIIHELM ON THE SlAB
Burk will Work for Marion
Because of Injured Men a Shift
ia the Local Line "up May Take
HOW J?HE CLUBS STAND.
W. L. Pet
,Youngstowii 1!) 5
Akron ...'J...,..'... 14 11
Newark .-. . v 1!3 11
Sharon 12 11
Marion .; 12 12
"i Now Custlo 11 13
Lancaster 11 14
Mansfield ! 18
Ycsturday the LiUno Burners lind
ti much needed rest and &pcnt tho
afternoon faking a light workout
under tho direction of Drumm and
Flood. "Tbo buich displayed plenty
of ginger and thoso of. the team
who aro not laid up with injuries
wo 'in tho best of condition.
"Tihoo (jtitchoi-a aro about tho
most peculiar persons I have ever
come in, contact with", said Mana
ger Drumm. "Every one of, ithem
wants to -get. out in the field and
tear aiound all tho time like a
regular in ono of thoso positions.
All of "them are rapidly rounding
intotho best of Jprua, . despito tho
weather nntl it will 'not bo long bo
forc wo get back up close to tho
Tho injured plnj.jrs aro Luskcy,
Lindemaun and .Middlctun.Tlio last
named ijias been nuiving a chnrlcy
horse of a lamo arm. Neither
Luskcy nor lndemann will don
n uniform until they get in better
It is probable ihat Drumm will
shift tio lino up about for the
Alaiwuom games. Tate may bo pull
ed in from left and put on first.
Ho can play as scnsnt'ioiial n game
there as in the outer garden. Lu
cas would then play tho left fiold
and Shafor do tho backstopping.
Wilhelm will piteh today and .Burk
will pitcli Sunday's game.
Sharon hung a cleaner on New
Castlo yesterday with tho result
Unit tho Lime Burners li'ivo drop
ped back another peg and nre now
cin fifth p'ace. The ump from fifth
to second place is only tho matter
fof a few games though and w
r should bo ablo to turn the trie!
while playing with Mansfield.
Some of the towns in tho league
turned out great crowds on Decora
tion Day. Morion will play Jiore
on July fourth and tho fans should
turn out in a manner llinf. will con
vince tho maii7gcr over tho circuit
that Marlon is not n I'rttlo hdta
let, too small for any league.
There has been somewhat of an
inclinat'lmi to knock cortain mom
bors of the team beenuso of thrco
straight defeats. ,Somo of theso
Jiammor throwers might bettor bo
attending to their own business
than trying to tell Drumm how to
Tim his. Mr. Knocker, did it over
occur to you that tho maimgor of
tho local team has been in baseball
for years and that ho probably nn-
Vdorstonds tho abilities olj a playor
bettor than yourself.
Tho Tigors go to Marjon Fri
day for the first series of game
with thoi Limo Burnors. It is
more than' probablo that a largo
number of fans will go to 'Marion
on Sunday to witness the games.
It is generally tho case that tho
iknprkorsi know very little of baso
ball. They may bo ablo to toll si
Jilt or an error but when it comes
to picking out tho inbido work on
team, tho kind that wins games,
thoy fall down and it is ,too deep
3f Micro is any man in baseball
Who does! not mako errors ho is
wttlntr oil' tho bench and is not in'
fai tho gamp. Tho mnu who make,'
1 Uiom is doing. his-, best ,
Burk is to pitcli Sunday's game
against the MnnsfXdd Tigers. This
fact alone should take .'1000 pnoplo
to Wobb paik.
Shoron, 6; Now Oastlo, C.
Sharon, May 31. Sharon ilefoatel
New Castlo' today by successfully
working the squeeze play In tho eighth
Inning. With the score a llo and
Sellers on third, Clover dumped tho
ball and tho former namo In with tho
winning run. Now Castlo tied tho
scoro In fho seventh through loose
11 II B
Sharon ....02011002 G 0 5
Now Castlo 10000040 0-5 10 4
Batteries Mtildownoy and MatUson;
Llmrlc artd Urlggor. Runs-Tooloy,
Mathay, Sellers 2, Clover, McLaffcrty;
I'Inkncy 2, Burke, I3rIggor, Llmrlc.
Two baso hits Woodruff, Malltan.
Thrco base hit Sellers. Double play
Orccno, Schlatter, Woodruff and
Drlfrger. Sacrifice hits-Sellers, Clov
er 2, Matlson, PInkncy, Stolen bases
Toolcy, Kerr, Sellers, Mattlson, Plnk
cny Bitrlco. Struck out ny Llmrlc
3; by-Muldowncy 3. First baso on
balls Off Muldowncy, 3; off Llmrlc 4.
Passed balls Brlpgcr, 2. Time
1:45. Umpires Latham and List.
Youngstown, 8; Akron. 2.
(Akron, May 31. Akron's dumb
playing, Brcckenridgo's wlldncss and
opportune hitting gavo Youngstown
an overwhelming victory over tho
Akron team In tho leader's first ap-
poaranco horo this afternoon. Scoro:
youngstown 11105000 08.12 3
Akron 0 00001010-2 53
Batteries SmIUi and Redman;
BKckcnrlilgo and Ortlleb. nuns
Callahan, Brcckonrldgo; Blount, Mc
Aleese 2, Thomas, Hlllcy 2, Lawrence
Redman.. 'ilwo baso hits Caffyn.
Schwartz. Sacrlflco hits Blount,
Thomas, 'Redman, Smith. .Stolon
bases McAleese, Starr, Hlllcy. Struck
out By Smith, 2; by Brcckcnrldgo,
. First base jn balls 'Oft Brecken
ridgc, C. Hit by pitched halls By
Brcckonrldgo, 2. Wild pltch-Brcck-enrldigo.
Earned runs Youngstown,
2. Time 1:50. Attendance 350.
Umpires Hart and Bnnnon.
MATY SHUTOUT GAMES IN
O. & P.
Shut-out records have been made
by several of tho O. & P. teumi
Jnco tho opening of tho league
four weeks rgo. .Sharon tfias per
'iaps suffeied more such defeats
Jinn any other team.
Following aro the shut out games
jhiycd and pitchers who purticipal
d Ml tho contests:
May 1 New Castlo 7, Marion
0; Stccn and Wilmot.
May 2 Mansfield H, Sharon 0;
Bailey' and Malaikey.
May a Sharon I), Mansfield 0;
Butwell aud Buckholz.
.May a-Akron 4, Newark 0;
schettler aud Ixicke.
May 8 Ncwnik 1, New Castlo 0;
Abhor and Steeu.
May 8 Marion 1, Akron 0;
Wilhelm and Armstrong,
May 11 Akron 2, Mansfield 0;
Armstrong, Ehman and Yarnell.
May 12 Newark 5, Sharon 0;
Aher and lidfoldt.
May l.'l Nowaik 7, Sharon 0;
Stoup and Mock.
May 17 Marion 7, Sharon 0;
Burk and Kiltolul
May 18 New Cnstlo 1, Mansf.'old
0; Limine and Farrell.
May 20-Ncw OaRtlo 1 .Mansfield
Q; Camnitz ami Bailey.
May 24 Lancaster !if Muusfiold
0; Whito and Bailey.
Bailey of Mansfield and Ashor
if Newark nro tho only twhiers in
the Jcjguo who havo won more than
ojio shut out game. Both have two
games to their credit.
WORSHIP OF BALL PLAYERS
IS A THING OP THE PAST.
An eastern baseball authority
complains that baseball is losing
its sentimental hide and po'lnts to
the hero worshiping of former days
and (lie laok of, it at present. It U
maintoiuod and with small chance
of contradiction, that tho diamond
heroes in tho days of Miko Kelly,
John CInrkbon, Cap. Aiifeon, Tim
Keofa and Dan Brothers wore great
or heroes than tho great players of
today, Jiko Lajolo, Wagner Math
ewson, and Wnddoll.
It is not raid that tho players
of other days wcro any greater in
ability or achiovomont. That tu a
dibputcd joint on which tho two
generations of baseball patrons
never will agree, but there can bo
no difc'put'Jng tho giants of other
days wop made greater' idols by
more fins than aro tho leading
frtnrs of today. Some havo attrib
uted this- chatigo of . sontlmonJ.. io
THE MABION DAILY MIItBOR, SATURDAY, JUNE
tho greater number of star play
ers at present compared with other
days. With neater number ofi hcr
oujj the wotship has been scattered
mere widely. Another ithlnjr, there
is no qucsfion but that the lending
playcrsof twenty years ago stood
out hqml and frhmildi-m above tho
mediocre talent which sin rounded
them while today there it a slight
er d.'lfferences between tho leading
playeis and the poorest to be found
in major league company.
Tho general standard of execl-
Pitcher Released by tho Main3fiold
leuco has advanced with yenrs,
without icgard to whether the
etnudnrd of individual brilliancy
has increased or decreased. But,
moio than anything else, it seems
tho decrease in tho sentimental side
of baseball is duo to the increase
of tho commercial spirit in tho
game itself and to tho tead:.ly de
creasing propoition of sentiment in
the makeup of tho average Ameri
There Is kvs of, hero worshiping
in every branch of public life than
there, was a scoro jot yenin Pfjo.
Uasobiill is no exception. Tho
greater port of the American pub
lic has conio to worship the dollar
above ovcryth'ftig eNo. Tho spirt
of coinmercinlis-ni bos its influence
on baseball, both as regards tho
men engaged in it and its pn Irons.
Instead of being a mere wport or
pasttime, baseball is a serious' busi-
Released by McVoy Although Play-
iug Good Ball.
ncs.s and itlm business side of it is
being pieiented to tho public with
constantly increasing emphasis
with ooch Beasoii. It is no one's
fault in pailicular, but overyono's
fa'dt in general.
I'ntil tlio commercial side of
bas-o ball is mode subservient in
every way to tho spouting siilo of
the game there can bo no leturii to
tho old days ot wmtiinont and en
thusiasm, when boll players were
idols, whc''.ier Winners or not, and
when enthusiasm was spontaneous
and enduring instead of merely
contagious aud transitory.
"Duko" .Form! ami Dick Tibitts,
members, of tho Youngstown train
lug feqiiad bust spring., havo beon
.released by .Maimgor Carl Mc
Voy of tho Mansfield Tigors.
I'itchor iplsol was also decorated
with tlio order of tho can. Pitchor
Coopor lotoly releosed by Akron
L. W. Ilondtivjii, an outfielder,
and Henry Lloyd, a pitchor, wore
signed Wednesday. Tibbits' release
comes ns a feurpriso. Ho has been
field'ug in fino form and his hit
ting has boon hard nnd consistent.
Mansfield may piny its Sunday
gamos at Lima, Mansfield jNcws,
GAME CALLED OIT.
Tho rain of last night and today
made today's game out of the
question. Manager McVey and lite
loll toast r arrived tlris morning
but the notion of Jupiter Fluvius
allowed both teams to rest another
Tomorrow M-msficld and Marion
will piny at "Ycbb Paik and a
gieat game :V expected. All of tho
mgulai-s on the local foam will be
in the game with tho exception .f
Luskcy. .Burk. is slated to mtch
and tho youngster is confident that
ne will annex nnot'ncr iramo to his
already long list of. victories.
Y. M. C. A.
Lawn tennis will undoubtedly bo
tho most popular game with Y. M.
C A. members during tho summer.
Tho management of tho Association
has filled a long-felt want by secur
ing a court handy to the bulldlnjr.
Tho Christian lot located at tho rear
of the Magruder hloek and at tho
jaldo of tho rear of tho Association
minding lias been leased and a lino
sand court will bo constructed. A
window In tho bath room will bo ro-
anovo and steps constructed, allowing
,a direct pasago from tho court to
tho bath apartments. Tlio court when
completed will be ono of tho finest
owned by any Association In tho
Tho Y. M. C. A. has comnlotort
Its court on Franklin street and as
soon aB tho weather permits, a num
ber of tournaments will b? started.
Tho physical department bclloves
Iniwn tennis tho only gam" for ath
letes during the summer, nnd Physi
cal director Douthltt will mako a
groat offort to got all interested In
Tho Y. M. C. A. plungp Schedule
for tho younger boys of thrco Associa
tion has been completed. It follows:
Wednesdays ind Saturdays at 0
o'clock tho preparatory juniors will
havo tho run of tho pool. Tuesday
at 0 o'clock and Saturdays at 10
o'clock tho Juniors will bo allowed
to swim. Tuesdays at 0:45 p. m.
and Fridays at 7:30 p. m., tho work
ings ltoys, such as newsboys etc.
will havo the prlvllego of the plungo.
Tho Mansfield Volloy hall team
wlllmec t a tea mcaptnlncd by John
Clark In the local Y. M. C. A. gym
lonignt ot 8 o'clock. There will be
no admission charged anil everybody
Is Invited to attend an chcor tho Ma
rlon; players on to victory. Mansfield
claims to havo ono of the fastest
tenuis In the stato and , mighty
contest should result.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm
It Is an anlseptlc liniment and pre
vents blood polbonlng resulting from
a cut, hrulso or bum. It also causeJ
tho parts to heal without maturation
and In much less time than when
tho usual treatment Is employed. It
allays tho pain of a burn almost In
If you would enjoy tomorrow take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lots tonight. Thoy produco an agrce
ablo laxatlvo elfoct, clear tho head
and clcanso tho stomach. Prlco 25
cents. Samples free at all drug
stores. PROSPECT NEWS
Prospect, Juno 1. On Monday
evening a delightful and complete
suipriso was given Prof, Q. R.
Taylor by the mombersi ot tho
Freshman and Sophmoro classes of
tho H. S. The evening wasi tpent
in a bocial Avay and at a lato liour
refreshmentH were served. As a
token of esteem and appreciation
a handsomo leather bound volume
of, English iwems was presented to
Miss Graco Campbell of Marion,
was .tho guest Saturday and Sun
day of her friend, Mire, Clarence
Mrs. Joo D, Almondiugei' nnd
chiildreu visited her mother, Mirs.
Frank Diffany at Clarion, Tiiurs
day. Mrs. A. L. Gast and daugutor
Tlieo woro Marion visVtors Thua-s-doy.
Bov. h. K. Smith, wifo and
children of Greenville. Ohio, v.'liited
friends at Prosject a few days (this
Mil's. T. Beorcrs and daughtor
Animal of Poi-rwllln. niiln ,.
ppond.'mg. tlio weok w?th Ho'isoltol'
jieniTO nnu wuo,
Mrs. Georgo Laticr and Mr. nnd
Mrs. Schoot havo moved to Mar
ion. Mrs. Hatlto Thomas Visited Del
aware friends ono day: tho past
Mrs. Elizabeth T.ravcs left thin
week for an extended visit with
friends' in Oh'io cities.
Miss Zayc Johnson is confined
to her homo by illness,
Mr. nnd Mis. Gilbert M'ills of
Caidington visited several days this
week with Her aunt Mrs. T. A.
Mrs. J; Cope and daughter
Clara were Mnr.Vn visitora Tues
day. Mr. Frank Halliday of Delaware,
was in Prospect Tuesday.
Mr. Win. Ealy of Middlctown,
is a visitor at itho homo o Mr.
and Mrs. Neil Cox.
Mrs. Walter Hershoy nnd child
ren of Ashley arrived in Prospect
Tuesday and expects to spend n
few days Visiting relatives.
Mr. Link Bond of the Marion
police fovco was in Prospect Tues
Mrs. WnVcn Dille was at Mar
Tho little Bon of Mr. and Mrs.
Aithur Johnson has been quite sick
the past week but is improving
J. P. Codding and daughter of
LoRuo spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mis. L. II. Codding.
Miss Leah Moore lias so far re
covered from her Into spell of ill
ness as to ho out again.
Hey. L. II. Hurrolbrink mado
a bt'"incss (rip to Upper Sandusky
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Cope of
Plum City vJsitcd in Prospect over
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Penry
of Jackson Center are guests of
Prospect friends this week.
Mrs. Gilbert Mills of Cardington
visited relatives here this week.
Mrs. Waren Dillo was a Marion
Mr. Milton Murdoek who con
ducts a restaurant at LaRmc, vis
aed old friends at Prospect Thurs
day and Friday of last week.
Mi's. Orvillo Ba,rnhart and little
daughter of Marion visited rela
tives hero Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sauers en
tertained at ti o'clock dinner
Mr. and Mis. Elmer Roberts,
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Gost, Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Griffith, Mr.
Harvoy Woltlcy and Mrs. John
Humphrey were Marion visitors
Mrs. Charles Miller of, Marion,
visited her mother Mrs. W. De
Witt Inst week.
tM'isses AVlimiTt, Sweeney and
Furnnoll of Marion, visited Mrs.
Homer Smith a shout time Thurs
day. Mr. Albert Mohr and little grand
son Albert Pontic of Marion spent
Sunday with relatives.
Mr. Geoigo Brown, v4ifo and two
cJiddren of Marion spent Sunday
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Brown in tno country.
Our school days now are over
The titno for partings near,
And now we go ftoiu those wo love
And all wo hold so dear.
Wher'er we go, whate'er wo do
In this old world of on is,
We'll not forget tho days now past
As sweet as bpriugtimo ilowors.
Another year, another olass
Their pennants will unfold
But nono to us will ever bo
Dear as Yalo .Blue and Old Gold.
Modest, sweet breathed yellow rose
Whoso gold a 'promise breathes
Of all tho wealth of June's glad
Of youth and woodland wreaths.
You aro our emblem, praised, and
By all who see you bloom
Wo hope to bo a promise sweet
A you nro rose of Juno.
Then fare theo well, oh bonny days
From toil ami care bo free
In which we kept the suiibhino
And loft itho shadows fleo.
And now wo ojieu wulo tho door
Tho thin partition wall
Tluit separates our year of dreams
Fioin duty's waiting call.
And tho somo shall walk 'neath
Tpou tho blue hill's crest
And somo shall go midst frowning
Finding thru all no wst.
May wo all br.'iig joy to aid tho sad
And strength to aid .tho weak
May wo find patience day by day
The kindly word to speak,
May wo bo patient, strong to bear
So pure, that all our length
Of diiyfii, bo spent to provo this
"'Tis virtue kindles strength."
Thejt hero's to tho class so loyal,
Then here's to tho class po bravo
May wo over stand for tho truo.lho
And tho freedom our ihoro3 gavo.
flarion, Friday, June 7th
By The ELITE
Of The LAND.
OIJnl, Lorfcil, tfxl RkKetl
Eih.bKion In the World....
And Th Soaon Larger
SI W.000.00 FRKDUPUT
mot uofiiiiia.rio a.m.
ADVT1tr f0 PHAfrOIBT-
nnwr row abt caihi ,
flarion, Friday June 7th
The World's Classification.
Don't call a man a fool because ho
disagrees with you. A wiser one than
cither of you may Insist upon putting
you both In tho samo class John A
That Dwinell Wright Co. and Revere
Coffees are the best and most delicious
to drink. Try them.
Fresh vegetable and staple goods of
all kinds at the right prices. A trial
order and you will come again.
Hot or cold without the temperature within
the ANTHONY LAUNDRY is always the same.
The reason? Cool, Filtered, Purified Air, of course.
WE ARE SPECIALISTS
IN THE MEAT LINE
No matter what your appetite craves in
the line ot meats for the Sunday dinner, from
the juicy hamburg to the tender leg-o mutton
you can find it here;
Don't pay high prices for foreign meats,
Telephone either of our markets and get best
home killed meats at lowest prices.
Marion Provision Co.
ISO Horiei and roni.il
2 lletdi of Aclfns Elcphinflt
Imperial J.puielt Troup I
2 Co. of Educated Monk.ril
Onlr School of Opcntk Poole,
CaUxt rtf Govrml
A kom of Chlldrrn Performer,
2 Band, of Muticl
2 Train, et Cat,!
Eaoy for Counterfeiters.
With silver at 60 cents nn ounce, a
counterfeiter can, It is said, make flvo
quarters from every ounco quarters
that ring true and havo ovory appear
ance of tho real thing.
N. Main St.
''' V" J1 Vl!ll
' Owosso" screen doors
are enough better and
cheaper than the ordinary
kind that it will do your
eyes good to look them
over. Eight styles.
95c $1.15 $1.25 $1.50