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I 23 TO 1
I JAMESTOWN 1
NEWARK WI.NS ,
LARGE SUNDAY CROWD
Sees Marion Walloped in Ex
Dob BerryhilPs Aggregation Out.
played In Every Department Un.
til the Ninth Iuning,
(lly II. D. Halo.)
Ncwaik, Sept. lG.-Tho
celebrated llicii return homo from
the recent disastrous road trip by
nunoxlng two games which thuy
copped Ironi Hobby Qulnn's aggrega
tion Saturday and Sunday,
The Lime Burners eamu to Newark
with determination written all over
the slate, but sad to relate It was
a case of breaking the slate. Bob
by's boys really had the best or botb
arguments to start with and Jt looked
as If It was another case of down the
ladder but Manager BPrryhlM's braves
milled and showed the fans bome
thlng like old form.
Tho winning of the two games, with
Youngstown's victory over Akron.
Sunday, makes one or tho neatest and
prettiest laces ever seen in orcanlzcd
ball. There is only a half game
difference between tho three leaders
and three points difference between
nungstown, who Is lendlnc. and
Newark and Akron who are tied for
second position. If the latter two
clubs should win today, they would
bo tied Tor first position, whlU)
Youngstown would drop back into
But uncut the ball games. Tho first
one Saturday can he cinsse,j as n
regular swatfest. Unite and Wll-
mtit were the niiposlns twlrle.ra mul
each allowed their players to fatten
up sonic much-needed batting nvcr-
"ges. Mne h ts were hm-uipi! off
Brother Al while the Laddie boy was
not a hit stingy himseir and pre
sented the players from Marlon num.
ty's capital with nine. It was a case
i uing. uing, blnglo and llvo trip
lets and three doubles resulted.
Marlon made three scores In the
second and tho Moldors could do
nothing until the fourth, when they
tied (he score. The Llnio Burn
ers passed them In tho firth and tho
fans became uneasy. Bcrryhill's
braves settled down to business and
made two in tho seventh nnd this
made the visitors mad and they again
passed tho homo boys by copping two
in tho obsluii. with one to tho bad
the Alolders started oft in tho eighth
and piled up four more, making nine
In nil. The visitors could do noth
ing in the ninth nnd wo had It on
them y to C.
The runs were made thusly for
fourth when Snyder led off with n
l"'i- iwnniK do in; 'mi n.
single stealing second. w.nti,...
le stealing second. AVratten
out a tl-lnln nn.l"l.r, .'.
Clygli pleased the fans by hlttlu
out a double, ratten crossing tho
pan ami (!yg also scoring on tho
squeeze with Murray at bat The
last iiumed. MiClliitorfc nml i,...r,.n
went down one, two, three. ' I
in the sixth, two more were made i
auer Murray and .McCllntoek had
bit tho dust Pearce, ho who will
wear the iinirorm of a Cincinnati Bed
next MMbon, bent out a beautiful
trlplo which soared over Bed FarreH's
auburn colored locks and rolled up
against tho fenco. Bunny scored on
Dowlings safety as did the latter
on Unites double The fun was
ended for tho time being by Abbott
going down at tho anion corner.
In the fourth tho score grabbing
was started when Snyder was hit
vviinioi. wruttcn slnglod nnd
Gygll drow a base on balls and Snyd
er scored on Hogan'r error. Mur
iay wont out on a foul and tho bqucczo
was called Into renulBlttoii when Mo-
Pll.ttrirl nn...n ... 1...
lug ami .Mac going out on tho sascrl-
flee. Poarco singled and Ovcii mm
-" i" o(u, wiatten seor
the rubber. Dowling hit out. a trlnlot
ai....i..., ti i .... .'
scoring Bunny nnd Llnko wont down
uyieu to Daubert.
Marlon made hor six lit this man
ner In thp seqond, Blako gave up
tho ghost when Murray threw him
out to Gygll. Burk, ho who does
soipo of the best twirling of nny slab
aitlst In the league, started things
off for tho Llmo Burners by sending
out a trlplo In the left gat don, My
lett had n presentation and Immedi
ately rolobrated H by stealing sec
ond. Timothy Flood stepped to tho
pluto and thero was determination
written all over his handsome phiz.
Ho biffed tho ball and Dowling conned
,lt and threw for Murk, who wns hot
footing It for the rubber. The throw
was a bad one and tho llfo was tak-
on out of the fans when Mr. Mylett
came trotting In behind his brother.
In the meantlmo, Timothy was safely
anchored on third. A wild pitch did
we cMhry a'fuli. UHElor '
the business and the fans had n
-ase or tho dumps when ho touched
ho plate, making It number thrco.
That Was all rfnd It wns enough for
a stnrtor, HoBan, Wjhuot .and. Blako
went down In order,
In tho fifth, the Llmo Burners nn
noxed nnothor when Blako tripled and
scored on Manager Bobby's safety.
Nothing more doing In that Inning.
Two morn woro added to Marlon's
scoro In the eighth, Blake filed out
to Snyder and Bobby Qulnn drew a
deadhead tlckot. Fan-oil filed out
to Doc Abbott and DauUcrt hit a
Texas leaguer out In contor. Burk
aga(u got In his work and blnglcd
safe. .Mylett did t,Ji,o business by
smashing a double nnd Qulnn and
Daubort scored. Flood filed out to
V ratten nnd that ended tho 'run get
ting. Marlon wns unnble to scoro In
the ninth nnd wo had them on the
hip. Scoro: -
Abbot I, r . . . ,i. ,
Wraltan, m ...
fi.vglirf' 1 ,
Mtu in v, 2 ..I..
McClinfoek, 3 .
Pen ice, e .....,
Oowljug, h ....
AI II PO A B
I, Hike, p
31 10 27 15 1
Illake, 2 .
Havel, r .
AU 11 pO A E
5 2 0 3 0
3 2 3
. ! 1 13
Mylett, s 3 1 0
Mood. ..! 4 1 1
Uoiui, 4 0 5
Wilniut, i 4 0 0
Totals ......... 31 9 24 11 2
Ni'wuik .... 0003 0 02 4"1)
Mmin 0 3 0 0 10 0 2 0 0
Hunt-Snyder 2, Wratton 2,
(lygli 2, Peatce 2, Howling: Blake,
Oiiinn. l)aubei-t. Hiirkc. Alvlelt.
Two babe hits (JyaH, Liuke, My
Three base hits iV rat ten, Pearcc
Howling, Buike, Blake.
Stolen baht'-s .Snyder, Mylett.
Sacrifice, hits Murray, MeOlin
Double play Murray to Gygli.
Baiso on balls Off Linke 3.
Hit by pitched ball-By Wilmot,
Struck out-By Linkc, 3: bv "Wil
Umpire Unit. Attendance, 000.
One of the largest Sundiiy crowds
of the season witnessed the becond
contest with tho Llmo "Humors. Tho
game was a hot one from start to
finish nnd every Inch wns contested
from the time bis umplets call ell
play ball," until tho winning run
crossed the rubber.
Aslier was. Manager Bob's selection
and Bobby Qulnn sent in a gentle
man known all over the circuit as a
twlrlcr of the first water, Sanford
Uurk. Well, It wasn't Bulk's fault
thnt ho didn't win his game. It is
true that he was a trlflo wild, but
it dldnt hint much In the run get-
ting. Ho only allowed four scat-
ilcr,"B ,,lt8 ' u,ltl1 tho ninth when
tW0 lno, wgro ,llm,e'
.!1"lc WOll Until tllQ
lwo "101 wgro mle- lla,l his
.,ol'C(1 10UI"1 wllcn Al,1,Qtt'8 trlplo nnd
" k!(lucczo l'1'1 ,,ltl tl,u business. Al-
inoiign eacn icaiu had two errors
chalked up against thciu yet thoy
lKilV0 u l'ndld exhibition of basq-
Tlio Llmo Burnois mado their two
urns In tho first. Blako struck out
and Qulnn slnglod, taking second
on Fnricll's safety. Ho was caught
at tho plate on a. relayed ball from
Snyder nftcr Mr. Daubert had
smashed it ont In that territory. Far
rell scored on an error by Bunny and
Daubert followed suit whpn Lucas
smashed out a tilplo. Mylett fanned.
Newark made tho first one In tho
sixth by Murray walking taking sec
ond when McCllntoek went down
lllnko to Daubert. Ho scored on
I'cariu's single, Lucas fiunbliug tho
ball. Dowling fanned and Asher went
cut llurk to Daubert.
It looked Bko Marlon's game un
til tho ninth hut the Moldors never
say dlo. They huvo pulled nlany a
bim" 01,G out Qt tUo flro nnd thoy la
U"8' that yesterday and made a
anJcn,,td Hnlal). Bunny sot busy on
Itlin rnnphliiL' linn nml Htnrfp.l tlin
the coaching Hue and started the
fans with tho result that Winters,
who was sept u to bat for Dowling,
drew a free pass. Ho went out Im
mediately nfter Asher rolled one
down to Burk, tho lntter throwing
him out at Bdcond, Thoy could not
double as Big ISddlo reached tho amen
corner ahead of tho ball, Ho got
another chance to show his sprint
ing ability Imedlately thereafter whon
Doe AblKitt sent out a beautiful
trlpjo. Snyder w.ib hit by n pitched
For Infants, and (JhiHlren.
The Kind You Have Always BougBt
Signature of C&ftffl&C&t
Tho "Eaton Huribht" first
brought to Marlon by us. Too ex
pensive for ordinary letter writ-Inir-'till
THE MARION DAILY MIRROR? MONDAY,
ball and McCijtocBteppcd td tho
pinto. It looked 'good "for ovoi-yboily
knew that tho Brfiieezo would be
worked nml Ir wnaflBfl wna anrrnaa.
tui also and Abbottfbgspd the rub
ber with tho winning run. Tho
NEWARK , AII
Abbott, r ..'..,.. v,? 4
Snyder, 1 .... , ,!, 1"
Wrntlnii. ni .!.... 7,
II PO A E
2 2 0 0
"" I " " - "'."j"
Murray, - . ,
Arnri!.liniy 'i i
iHM ""t . . T.'F
M ANION "LAll H PO A E
Blnkc, 2 -J..4 1 1, 4 0
Qulnn, in . .i. .ff3srrjf 3
Karrcll, , r ... .1TOt 4
Haubert, 1 ...irK. 4
rucas, 1 t raff 4
Mylett, s ....'.$"' 3
Flood, 3 '?&!'
llogun, o . n. . .".fiyfC 3
Biuk, p .., 'X'.j 4
Totals ...... .4? 32 10 25111 2
Balled for IJowlinsr in ninth.
ITwo out wlidh-.Vinniiig run was
OtO.O 0 10 0 23
a oia o o o o o 0-2
Huns-Abbott; Mjjrniy, Ashcr, l-.r
roll, Daubort. ' 'J& i. ,
Earned urns Nownik 2: Ma'tio'n
Thrco base fuffESLueaH, Abbott.
Tw base hit Aslicr.
Sacrifice hi(s.-Sii.vdcr 2, -Flooil,
Stolen bases1 Snycr, Jlun-ay,
IJascN on balls Off Jhuk 8.
Struck (iiitBy Ablier 7: Buiko
" ' t
Hit by pitched ball Quinn, My
lett, Snyder. ,
liupnc-UaVt. .Time IjjO. 'At-
GROUNDIE ELSTON -
LEADS THE BATTERS
Delos Drake is Champion
"Smilcr" Tutc is.vStill at the Top
and Will Probably'Stay
Uioundle" Klston, tho Lancaster
outfielder, who goes jrb tho Chicago
National fcaguo team ; net season,
bids fair td carry off tlio batting hon
ors in tho O. nnd i icaguo, witn
"Angel" Speas, a prospective Nap
In 103 games, Klston has batted
.aiO, liavlug mado 118 hits nnd scored
17 runs. Ho is something of a slug-
gor, being credited yRh 24 doubles,
11 triples and 3 homo Jruna. Speas,
who stands next to 1 1 1 b" w'tb an nv-
crago of .301), bad lutulo 109 hits In
the samo number of gnnjqs, Including
14 doubles, 4 triples, 'and 2 homers.
Drake, an outfielder, Ith Mansllold,
was one of the men overlooked by
major leaguo clubs In ,.thp drafting,
but his batting bcema .'to cntltlo him
to a place In faster company. Ho
was In 122 games nndyimlo 141 hits,
including 10 lippio rims, 14 triples
nnd '27 doubles. Ho loads the league
In total bases, aipl hTs hitting has
always boon timely, -'.i.
Speas batting avQiage. Is milto re
markable, in that he jT'sccond on tho
Mansfield lino up and 'has bcon called
iMw.il fi-pnnrmtlv in k.inrlflec. Ho has
advanced men by th'at-7ncthod foity-
tliroo times, yet did not seem to loso
his ublllty to hit tho1'b'all out whon
tie occaslpn lenulrcdjv ,
Tho playeis with 2JjQpor cent, ur
hotter aro: fy . "
Players SS.!.AP H.l'ct.
Tatp, Marlon )fiOT193 CI 331
Klston, Lnncaster .3 gpu its 3iy
Speas, Mansfield ..193135? 109 309
Justus, Lancaster AwU 38 30!)
Pearco, Newark . . fl(F. 100 49 30C
Drake, Mansfield ..122473 14) 303
Cnfjyn, Akron iqg 4.01 120 299
T. Thomas, You. . . ' J p 5 294
Schwartz, Akion ..118 429 125 291
.Gopdo, Akron 38 114 33 289
Blako, Marlon .. ..45 184 G3 288
Bre'ekenrldge, AK- . 3ft 14 2
King, Mansfield ...122' 45C 130 284
Eajt, Akron lfsL 414 11R 283
Servntlua, Young ,.A0 179 SO 279
Schwoltzor. New ...U2x7
Daubert. Marlon ...THa'i iril
t'il))ittB, CMipigflohl '32; 321
qiarr, you no 431
Klijff, Akron ,12 J '83
Woodruff, N. c. .. Q 258
Nauln, You 05 329'
Sellers, Sharon ...,117' 4.12
Dejehanty, Man ...103 352
Loclto, Lancastor .."fo. 300
uaijaiian, Akron ... '112435 113 259
. J. "J I ' .ak
Hroftn, loiings ,,..m 420 110 258
kartell, M.orlpn ...m -401 103 257
Lauzon, N, C 42 133 34 255
Smith, N. C 104 37.1 .93 2G4
Burk, .Marlon Jl 122 qi 2.54
Brown, Lancaster .111 377 90 $54
Seliettlor, You 32 95 23 253
Snycler,. Newark ,..lt'4v 410 Jot 253
Hurlfo, N. C .,...117 407 103 263
ftnrr, Hlinrnn ,,..M1Q9 402 101 Ml
nitffldgo, Mnrlpn fl(f-Ml'vlV 950
RING'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
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SEPTEMBER 1Q, 1007.
Big Times Expectefl This
NEWARK HAS ADVANTAGE
In Remaining GAmos to bo
Rape In the O and P. a Very Ex.
citing One -Thee Teams Can Win
Thoio's going lo lie a lively
scianiblo for oulsitlo plnyeis irtuing
tlio present week in llo Ohio and
Pennsylvania league. Akron having
set a precedent of "loading up''
with imported talent, other clubs
will follow the example and the
finish most likely will give fans
in this league tho fastest ball thoy
nave over 4ecn.
1 When Akron, "borrowed" a few
players from the P.- O. M. tho oth
er clubs set up a 'howl nnd asked
President C. II; Morton for a rul
ing. Ho decided that imported tal
ent could play, so the only thing
left for (ho other pennnut con
tenders was to get out nnd grab oiT
a few good ones themselves.
Youngstown imported Bill Glass
burner, late of Nilcs, Sharon, Steu
Iiunvillc and elsewhere, becouso Bill
Imd it 011 somo of tlio teams, par
ticularly Akron, Manager Sam
Wright, who is backed by a few
real estate and stool hiillionaircs
in Youngstown, promises to gel
h'cnio goli(l ones from tho American
association and Central leagues this
week as those seasons end today.
I,u the days of tho old Protective
assfK-iatin, wkmi Nilcs was still on
the Mjvrt map, -that town nnd
Youiightowii engaged in a windup
tiat was better than, anything scon
in a minor league lor many moons.
Miles had been handing defeat to
omur.slown and Walion rcmilarlv
iiyid when tlio season , was two
weeks -from finished, tlin losui"
teams got some big follows. War
ren, which is- tlio homo of Loon
Ames, landed that promising young
man along with" "iron Man" Mc
Ginnity when ho was in Jiis prime,
nnd a few other choice athletes.
Thou Youngstown got Billy Phyle
and a lot of Central loae-uo stn
and a great scries resulted.
Hint is .lust what is likelv to re-
suit tin-, year in tho O. nnd P.
and it looks as thuuirh the team
with thu longest nurse strinrrs
would linye tin, )cst chanco of be
ing in at the filiisji.
With two weeks'' rcimiiniinr Now.
nrk litis a derided, ndvantago in the
sciieuiue. iUiiimigii Akron nnd
)"iuigUiwii passed tho leaders .dur
ing tlio last week, yet tho arrange
nien,t ot games fr tlio liual fort
night gives BoriyhiUV team a big
ndvanlngo over thy other clubs.
iiunmiv will IMVB SIX g.lllICS Willi
Marion, six with 'M...wr;,.i,i ,iBiu. i.m ri..i.
w with Lancaster. Tho Mario.. I
?1"!'lcs' hJ,'.f",l,1 ,,p easy wIlil Jrats-
leio is iiKtiy 10 pUt up a slightly
louiigslowii has tho advnntngp of
itlaviiigtlireo gaines-with Akrcoi and
while these iii-p coming off Nowark
iiivuiy iQ M() ,nfo mo lead again,
Youngstown has six with, Newcastle
which should lt0 easy for the
UiiinilM. Then theiv aro four with
Akion has threo with Youngstown
nn six with Sharon, and four
with' Now Castle.
And that's the situation. If the
tail end tpnms are as easy Lo defeat
aa thoy have been sill reason and
Youngstown and Akron break oven
of their series, tho advantage will
ho with. Newark. However, should
either Akron or Yuiiiirlovn make
U clean sweep of tho series between
themselves, either won d' huvo a
little hotter' than un equal ehnnco
It in quite a complex situntibn
and one that should keep tho O.
atuvP. fairs cm edgo till the last
gujuu is piuyuu.
Lancaster ends tio season two
weeks henco with two garnet) with
Nowiark, and thpso two may decido
(ho puiiuiiittt NoVt to winning first,
jihice for tjioinselves, tho LnnkB
could find no greater plcnauro than
downing Newark nnd pitting them1
out 01 1110 runiung a; me iinisu.
The Jrade of New York.
Of Imports (his harbor has long ne-
cured tho lion's share, and that shurc
Is not materially diminishing. In 1897
fraports hpre woro valued nt $481,000,
060. tn 1007 thoy had 1 cached a valu
ation of $858,000,000! Now York's
gam wa'rf'flfpor cent.; tho ghln of tho,
country at large was abdut 90 nor cunt.
the export and jqiport bystnqss pflhls
ciistom8'(rlBtrlet1a8t yoar'waif f 1.474,-
tiro country.-Now York Tribune.
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Akron by a 3 to 0
Kr Ml i
, - .i 1 .. 'i
Hang Double Cleaner on Mc
Saturday Sharon Takes Both Games
of a Doubls, Header from New
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HOW THE OLUB8 STAND.
W h Pet
t'viungslowii 78 dO (1M
kroii 77 -19 U
tfcwrnk 77 40 Oil
ancaster 00 r)0 .V2'
view Castle . 01 GO" 480
dansfield 51 77 .'190
Jhnron GO 77 '1104
VIARION "lv45 79 363
Youngstown, 3; Akron, 0.
Youiigstown, Of, Septy 15. -'
Vkron was blanked ngaiii today,
he Champs winning 2 to 0 before
ho greatest crowd of tho season,
Every bit of room at the paik.
.vas taRen up by the monster
hrong. Thrco hits were mado oft
'liomas, tw). clean ones and a
crutch. Four woro mado off Eh
"in and each' 10C tho four figured
11 (he run getting. McAleese, cnll
'd into the game by Ntilin hurting
i ankle on the first bag, started
ho run gutting by a double in the
fth. Will Thomas followed with
ipother two bagger.- Strood's .error,
feAlpcso being hit nml singles by
Vill Thomas and Hilley netted the
lianips two urns in thu Seventh.
Vill Thomas', Starr and Broderiek
tarred in the field. Scoro:
n II E
Vmingt 0 0 0 0 J 0 2 0 :i 4 0
krou . . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (1 0-0 'A 1
Batteries . Thomas iliul 0t-
Lancastcr, 2: Mansfield. 0.
lanens(ur, O., Sept, 15. Lan-
"nlv;' lIV -V1ll Jplllll 111 llll! HUH-
I de-hondcr with Mdiisllold today,
Mreymaier was put out of tho
...,l.... I.,nl. O...JI. .- ..! 11... .1....
pounds in tho Hist game by Smink
''or (lispittJiif? a decision nt tho
ilatc. The Hrl was a pilchers' hal
lo betweou Johns and Biickholz.
The second game, which was a
watfesl was called al the end of
ho seventh inning on account of
'.nnpiiolor Q 0,0 0 0 0 0 2 5 1
Uiausfldld () 0 i) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 (I 0
Batteries Johns rtid Fox; Bueh-
4., Breymuier nml liloy.
H II 13
haiiciistcr, . , 5 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 I)
Malislield... 10 0 0 0 0 01 8 2
BnUi-riiv-While and 1'ifer; Kd-
'clt ailjl jlroyjOaip'.
'i i '
Akron, 3; Youngstown, 0.
Youngstown, Sept. 14. Glass
mrner was wilVed in tho seventh
ml eighth innings while "Lofty"
Joylo, imported iYoin- Steiibonvillo
vas invincible in i.iiutlien toilnv..
Will Thoinn Was cut off at tho
jlato by porfept throws by Jfc-'
iiveen mid ivifit m the sixth wJiem
io attempted, fo btretch n iriplo
iitw u homo nm, "Scpro:
Vkron. . . O'fl (I'd I) II 1 2l)r.1 8 0
Youngs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 fi 4
Bntteries Boylo and Lalongo
Uhissbui'lior and tdiokj
Lancaster, 5: Mansfield, 4,
LaiicilRtnr, Sept. 14. -Mly a bnl-
l?ll " i Z . ' ",. m .c0,0 H"1
uilliniH-iu mill HUJl (liu UUUJO 111 l(U
' ninth byj.tomohing. .thjhife ivitJ.l
one out. The Lanks indulgcil in a
clouting bee, milking 15 safo drive
off "Doc" Bailoy. Al sensational
catch by Drake oil Humphrey's1
line djivq was tho fcaluro. Score:
I viuciiHtu 0 0 10 1 0 0 2 1-5'J15 1
(Mansfield 1 0 0 0 0 II 0 0 0-4 5 3
Batteries Justus and Fox; Bailey
and Jlroyninior. 4
Sharon, 4; Now Castle, 2.
New Castle, Pa., Sept. 14. Now
(iislle was easily defeated twico
today by Sharon, which -has now,
won 10 or the 18 games this sea
o. Now Castle lias two moro
yet to play in Sharon. Scores:
FIItST GAMK. ' , ,
- , It II 13
Sharon.. 0 0 0 (I'D 0 0 0 4-4 7 2
'Newcastle 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-2 0 2
Ballerics jNoiui, liiinric and Mui
tiso; Kennedy and Briggor.
. ,, hue
Vewcaslle 0 0 () 0 0.0 0 0 0-0 0 1
Sharon.. 0 01 0 0 0 0,0 2-3 7 4
'Batloriet Yoedt and' Lauzon;
imric and Madison,
Sreen Camp and Waldo go Thirteen
At. tlreeii Camp Saturday, 'Waldo
mil Green Camp batted, for thir-
cen innings to a draw. Qjfrktij
donped tho gamo with tho ieoro 3
lo3;. - - - 4W Jt'UtMli
Buckiug'iam nmli Solandci-s wero
joinLs for Waldo whilo Li tile and
Mautz l'oTiued tho battery fpi
Jrcen Camp. Tho gamo will bq
ilnyed over the latter part of tho
Tlo .Lime Burners will ichuii to
he local ball yard -on Friday of
his week lo finish tho season at
lomo. Inucustor plays hero Friday
mil Saturday and Mansfield and
Marion will piny a loubleheader
tore on Sunday. On Monday, Tiies
h. nlul Wetlncrfdny Newark' will
liny here, finishing tie hojison.
AND BOWELS '
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