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FRIDAY,
1922
DULL
T
fitted Demands Release From Brooklyn
NORWlL
MAY 5,
i Nn Tsrk. May 4. Cpon announce-'
rnt of hi release today to tha Kansas
Cry Americas association, Oeorrs Whit-t.-l.
veteran oatdfliler. demanded his un
cnnJit:saI release from the Bokiyn cub
He fiid If the tie-nand srJ refused 1st
m'S serial to Corcjp-saioner Lar.-ils.
Th:ft.1. oMiir.sd bj Bn-oklyn C"oln
tl-e l'rra'es;. 1 ai be-m in the Katlona'
(:ur f;r ten years.
Th.! T-3V-3 released Sam Crane, shori
8tr. to the Snatt'e, Pteifls Cca.it league
c'ub. It vis arid, however, teat tho Gi
ants hid not yt iraJra1 or Oine anO
t'v llc:;tnr iTobahly n-ou'.d claim him
arJ h:m t. the Ir.-Slanaoo'ls club as
tral pajcent for r.sOh Shirera.
T'.!i colters n.rKD
Chicago. Hjt .--For playing roll on
Funday. three golfers -were BnM 12 eacn
tcday by Jua'Jcs o! tbe Peace Williams in
tvanstnn.
The golfers had been arrested on com
Viaint &: tbe owner, who accused them of
krakir.g hi" windows and trampling hh:
lkrwers In their search for lost balls.
Tre justice held that the greenhouse
ei-iT had bfn unable to prove his chare--s.
but wid he tould fine the golfers the
(ni'i Irrauso they were playing cn Sun
dir. XNJVBIES LAT CP riVE
ntBV.UD TRACK MEN
Catw-iJge, Mass.. Miy 4. Five Har
vard i.t!tta will be c-issin from the
Oritrson track team that will meet Maasa
e ' -j set is Institute o? Technology Saturday.
Tie m. ai' of whom are off the team
tr.rm gb tr juries, are:
P c Whitney, hnrd'er; Harry Davis.
Te' vaster; Rich.tpi Chute, veteran
' jart-nr At : Vinton Chapai. sprinter,
and Warren Katon. miler.
' chapln. whose sprinting won the Har-atd-lr!ncton
meet for the Crimson last
yea.- !j out for the season with tendon
trouble, the result of spiking during the
footba'l aeasln. The others expect to r
Xrt lu time for the Harvard-Yale meet
rcit tretii.
ton Tondreau, Bellefleur and a number
of other players. This team la out for - I
record this season and has already book !
ed games In Providence, Hartford. Wor- i
cester. New London. Wcsteily and othe.' I
places m the state. They have an opet
date for Sunday and- tt-culd like to play th I
Baltic A C, or the Colonials. The team j
stirrt or. r.neir piaying programme or
May SO and Sttnlay is the only cljen date
Notify iiddle Mclntyre, 3S-Fourth street
or The Bulletin.
THIBD B XGK M APE IX
HARVARD TARSITT BOA t
Cair.lr:dee, Mass.. May 4. Another
ebsnte in the Har-.ard varsity crew that
WV. tike cart '.r. the triangular race with
-y..nc.,rn and the Navy on the Charles
rvr le-an known tonight when Coacli
Howe arnomtced that Jameson would r-
r:ace Lsc'd at number 4.
The la'est ahle brlnits the number of
cha- In the chew ftince the Pennsyl-
mT!.a-Hrard e !at Saturday
three Prevtoulr - v.a." announced that
-orT wf.out renla: Wih at number
J am' tha- Badrer would act as coxswain
In t lace c f Carson.
rASTlNtt A. C. WANTS GAME
WITH BALTIC SCSDAV
The Patin-e A. C of Norwich has or
kanised l-s taibll team for the season
and Manager Eddie Mclntyre has signs!
w a fast corps of ball tosseri. Included
It -Jf. i retm Is Sirrcox. Mulholland. Cor
pran Bord. V Shahan, Ferguson. Dil-
wor-r, Euck Shahan, Leonard, Harrinc
TK.IAL RACE ON HOITSATOXIC
BZIVriEir iVNIOB AKD 1M-POUNPE
Te:by, Oonn., May 4, A trial raot
between the Tale Junior varsity and th
lUD-pouiid crew will he l- held on th
Hoaaatonlc ryer tomorrow to decid
which of these crews will oppose tlv
Junior varsity eight of tha Hassachu
setts Institute of Technology over th
two mile course In tlw regular her
Saturday. The Yale freshman crew wi
have Its first test aginst a regatta op
ponent on Saturday when.ot meets th
Massachusetts Tech freshmen here. Th
visiting oarsmen are schedule!, to ar-
rive tomorrow. '
In the trial race the Tale junior varsity
and 150-pound crews will be boated a- i
follow: ' :
Junior -varsity Leslie, bow; Carman
2; Ellis, 3: Rockefeller, 4; Littler, 5:
Carpenter. 6 ; Bigelow, 7 ; J. Freeman, i
stroke ; Thomas, coxswain.
15043ounA. Law,. bow; 'c. Hess, 2;
Hull, 3 : Colgate, 4 ; Eiker. 5 ; Jones 6 ;
Arclibald, 7 ; N. Freeman, stroke ; Stod
dard, coxswain.
i w --ms "s w i I av -f . i i
cm
SECOND 1XTEKSCHOLASTIC
REOATTa' OX MAT IS
Xew Haven, May 4. Yale's second an
nual interscholastlc regatta will be hell
on the Housatonlc river at Derby on
May 13 The eight oared crews are
scheduled to compete over a one mile
course. A silver cup is the prize offered
and goes to the sihool winning the rase
three times The Choate school crew
won the race last year.
Announcement was made tonight that
the following scliools are expected to have
rrews in this years race: Choate school,
Wallingford, Conn. ; Epiecopal academy
Overbrook, Pa. : Stuyvesant High rchool
(two crews), Xew York; Xew Rochelle
high Fchool; Ashevllle school. Asheville,
X. C. : Lafayette High school, Buffalo ; and
DcWitt Clinton High school, Xew York.
JOHNNY COONEY NOW WITH
NEW HAVEN EASTERN TEAM
Johnny Cooney. who was the pitching
sensation for the American Thread nine of
Willimantlc two years ago, has been add
ed to tha Xew Haven pitching staff.
The Boston Braves who retained the
young southpaw all last season have sent
him to the "Profs" to acquire more sea
soning. Cooney will be recalled by the
Hub team at the end of the Eastern
League season.
The youngster, who comes from a fam
ilv of well known baseball ability, is pick
ed by Manager Fred Mitchell of the
Braves as a fine big league prospect.
Cooney joins Donovan's team today at
Springfield.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS..
National League.
St Louis 8, Cincinnati 7.
Phlladelphia-X'ew York. rain.
Boston-Brooklyn, rain.
Chicago-Pittsburg, rain.
American League..
St. Louis 5, Detroit 6.
Cleveland 5. Chicago 3. -New
York-Philadelphia, rain.
Washington-Boston, rain. ,
International League.
Buffalo 10, Kewark 2.
Jersey City at Syracuse, rain.
Rochester 6. Baltimore, 5.
Reading at Toronto, rain.
Eastern League
All games .postponed Rain.
Xew Tork . .
Chicago .......
St. Louis ....
Brooklyn ....
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia . .
Cincinnati
Boston
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCE
MAIir." WAS 1BKXCIL1B
New York. May 4 Trading In stocks
Itday was verv active at Irregular price
rftangee Daiin were more comprehen-
. a'tho'jgh oiis and petroleums again
tu!d large 1n the operations of pools.
Incidentally, the day marked the 35th con
secutive full seseion in which transactions
ran over the m'lllon share line, sales ag
gregat. ng '.. 400. 000 shares.
The troiey market and general Indus
try', c.nd.'t'nns were hlpful factors In the
Ira n. Cil loins eased with the progress
of the seseion. opening at 4 1-2 per cent,
fcat droring to four per cent, at mid-day.
la private offerings loans on demand were
ecade as low as 3 1-2 per cent.
Technical conditions seemed to promDt
it extension of tha profit-taking move
snent, tut It was not until the final hour
that the melting a'sumed formidable di
pinicna Reactions of 1 to I points then
-curred "n offrins of steels, motors,
c.uiTrnts andsme of the oils. V
Pressure was most clearly reflected In
T.pilic Iron. Studefcaker. Baldwin. Mexi
can Fetreieirm. Texas company and Stand-
a-d Oil ef California, these closing at net
Jnree n large fractions to 2 1-2 points.
On the other hand. Brooklyn Rapid
Trar.alt. which featured the day's lively
fading in local tractions, finished at a net
a-eln of S 3 4 points and Kelley-Spring-tle'.d.
Standard Oil of New Jersey and
Jrfmwtm 0:1 Oil were materially higher.
Ralls were. In better demand than at
amy ttma since the question of . lower
freight ratea became a debatable ques
tion, their absorption telng attended by
tnore favorable statements of earnings.
In that rroup. however, gains were more
r lees impaired by the late reaction.
Passing of the so-called "crisis" at
Cer.na was followed fcy yet another ad-
ance In sterling exchange and pronounc
reroverlea throughout the continental list,
ftwiaa francs were the only exception, eas
ing s:x points to below par for the first
lime In several months. South Amerl
tan rates made no rettponse to the suc
tessfal ofTerirc of the Brazilian coffee
Iran.
P c
.163;
13
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92X,
. 75 i
. 49ii
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... S7U
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... 68 H
. '. 33 Ta
. .. 52;i
.... 22S
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11 i
18
STOCKS.
The fo'.lowlrig Is a summary of the
transactions on the New York Stock Ex
t ar ge up to 3 P. St.:
H'rK Low. Close,
ill ed Chen-leal ... f7tt iH, J8i
All s Cha'mers ... BO 49'j 49
A 1 s Chal pr 9S 99 s
am Ac Chem 4i'i JS'j 39 H
am Krsch Mag ... 484 47 'i 47H
t. Ca 4S 49i 483ii
Am rn pc 104s; 104i 104
m Car' Fdy ...H2'-i 162', 162'i
At rt'nn Ol ... 26Ti 26 6"'4
A-n C" p- F8 SI E8
Am Hde 4 I IS'i 14U 1 4 i
Am IN. T. pr ... ..'; 674 7',
Am Tel t Tel 122'i 12l, 123
Atti Tobacco 141 140'-; 3403;
Am Woo'e-i sji, j; 92 '4
A i Wnoln pr ...1P6! 36'j 106'
Araorda Con .... SXi B3 63
Aoc'a'e.l O' 134 1304 130',
At-h T S F ...KM1. 101 301
At-h T S.F pr .. 91 " 91
F t fM 47 7 4'
p ': Ohio pr ... 61 ti
f.'-.'i F eel 74'i 74 74',
ltt ! 4P 7'i 77'i TSi
re-s S:e' 7 v r ..mo in mo
th se ...112'i r.2'i 112'i
t-f-o. Pr Tr 24S J2S 26
-tr P. T cf ... 2ft, 39i 21
r.. r- Z ... 7', 7 7
Pr:-e f-- ... im, J0, 505j
r - ':.:: Sju:h .. t i Sf S2
r.M L -her !'; 374 SS'ii
f '-it V'l" ?r ... 7t't ' 71 1
T sr :r M-:or .... :4'i 75"i
t-.. ft rhl- 65 4W S
r r.t W-ft ... 9', i
r. ; r. w.- -r ... r: 22'.. 22'i
rh V.! ftP 27 'i 24 27
4'h II St P T' 4"
Civ N'wes 75 1; 74 ,
Th. 1 Vwe' pr ...tn9'4 10? 109t
r; r 1 j r 4( 44 46
Th !e fmpe- 7t 19
Th no Ce;rp7 ... 2ri ?'; 26 V,
rosier . 45', 44 44
rrurln'e Steel ... 66". 47i F4 Tn
rruelb e pr ... 9ti !' 2i
l -.-e Mr.es 27 ' 27 'i 27 :j
Erie 1J-, 3J'i 13 a,
Fr.e 1 pr ....... 23H 23 23-i
fcr.. J rr 1 S S 154 15'4
fe-er Bdr 121 32! 121
fistier B-jdy (Ot pr 1 . 97 97
Gen Electrld
G-en Motor
Gen Mot Deb
Gen Mot Deb
ot Jvorth pr .
Gt Xorth Ore ,
Hupp Motor Car
Insparation Cop
Int Ha.-vester
lnt Mer Marine
Ir.t Mer Mar pr
Inter Paper
Int Paper pr sta
Kenner:ott
Lehigh Talisy
Martin Rock
Maxwell Mot A V.
Mexican Petrol
Mexican Petrol pr
Miami Copper
Missouri K ft T . .
Mo K ft T w 1 ...
Mo K ft T w I pr .. 41 Vi
m k. ft T w 1 1 as pd 21 '4
Missouri Pacific ... 2414
Missouri Pac pr ... 574
Nat Enam ft St ... 4H,
X Y Central .... SOU
X Y Air B 79
X Y X H ft H ..." 284
Norfolk & West ...1074
Northern Pao 77
Penn R R 45
Pierce Oil 10 3,
Pierce Oil pr ..... B7 '4
Ray Cop 16 4
Reading 77
Rep I ft Steel .... 6554
Rep I & Steel pr .. 90
South Pacific II 14
South Railway ... 25
South Railway pr .. 677
Tenn Copper .. ..114
Tobacco Prod ... 68U,
Union .Pacific .. ..338S4
Union Pac pr ..... 74
TJ S Rubber 66
V S Rubber pr 105 4
U S Steel 934
U S Steel pr 118
Went Un Tel 9 1
Wst Air Br
West El ft M 62 H
Willys O'land 8
Willys O'land pr ... 384
Worth Pump 53 4
Worth Pump A ... 94
Worth Pump B ... 774
1624
12 K
804
93
75 '4 '
39 'i
19
41
96'i
26
84 H
50 4
67 4
33?,
524
22
68
131
87
29 4
11'4
174
40 H
214
23?,
67
40
89H
79
274
1064
76 '4
414
9',
67
1654
77
64
90
90
244
57 4
11 H
674
137
74
654
1054
974
118
984
95
614
T4
38 4
524
94
77
162 4
12
so 4
.9344
75 4
394
3 9
41
96
26
84
61H
67 4
334
62 4
22 4
68
132
83
29'4'
114
17
40
214
234
57
40 4
894
79
27
106
764
42
104
57
164
77 4
44
90 4
90
24
574
1194
68 4
138
74
65
1054
97
118
984
95
61
7
384
524
94
77
American League
W. L.
St. Louis 12 7
Xew York 12 7
Chicago i 9 s
Philadelphia ... ... 9 9
Cleveland 9 9
Boston 8 8
Washington 8 13
Detroit 6 12
MONEY .
Xew Tork, May 4 -Call money
high 4 1-2 ; low 4 ; tulln rate 4 1-2
ir.g hid 31-2 ; oered at 4 : last loan 4,
loans against acceptances 4.
GAMES TODA1.
National League
Chicago at Pittsburgh.
Cincinnati at St.- Louis.
Boston at Brooklyn.
Philadelphia at Xew York.
American League.
Cleveland at Chicago
St. Louis at Detroit.
Xew York at Philadelphia.
Washington at Boston.
THE STANDING,
National League.
W.
14
11
9
9
s
6
4
L.
4
5
7
8
9
9
13
11
PC.
..778
.6S3
.363
.529
.471
.408
.316
.267
P.C.
.li t
.500
.sua
.471
-.400
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WiirSuir
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Volatility is thi rttdhuu with which gasoline gives ufi its power)
A man owes it to his friends and to himself
to dress well. Your wife, mother, father or
brother are prouder of you when you are well
dressed. Your sweetheart prefers it, and your
boss, maybe, is kept back from advancing you
because you don't 'look the part."
Try dressing better and see if" it doesn't
PAY YOU.
v V .
We've got the good clothes for you from head
to foot, to fit your body and your pocketbook.
Wear our good, "Nifty" clothes.
QUINN & DESMOND
283 MAIN STREET
PHONE nit
EASIER
STARTING
TIGERS RALLY IX XIXTH
WINS FROM BROWXS
Detroit, May 4. Heflmann's home rur,
with Cctob and V each on base in the nintl:
inning gave Detroit three runs and a 6 t'f
5 victory over St. Louis here today. Th'
Brownt got away to a three run lead In
the first inning. Detroit tied It up! 'c.i
the visitors took the lead in the flf :h when
Kenneth Williams hit his tenth home run
of the year with Sisler on base. Score:
St. Louis (A) Bttrai! (A)
ab h po c e
foreign undcrwritings by investors bad
lost none of its recent strength.
Brazilian and Argentina government
bonds reflected this favorable condition at
substantial advances, but the general In
ternational list was irregular, the same
trend being shown toy a majority o do
mestic issues.
The only conspicuous exceptions were
the bonds of a majority of the local trac
tion companies. Gains of pne to two
points were scored by Interboroueh Rapid
Transit, Inter-borough Metropolitan. New
York Railways. Third Avenue and Brook
lyn Rapid Transit Issues on publication of
the readjustment ,plan involving these
properties.
Less activity than usual was evinced in
the Liberty series, tmt that group almost
a whole, rallied in variabH degree
from recent reactions.
Gains and losses among domestic rails
were of a piece with similar movements
in stocks of those descriptions. Xew rail
way offerings of the day included the St.
Louis naa San Francisco $6,900,000 iive
and one-half per cent, bonds, these finding
a ready market at puiblie sale. Total (par
value) aggregated $18,749,000.
T-lJr..rf
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Si-ler.:b
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Tuls
ab h ;)
4 2 3
. - 4
I B'.K.lb
! C Oiushfiw.Clj
2 Cct-b.cf
(1 1 Ydirh.lf
0 0 KcLiman.rf
0 0J'n-,3b
5 : itinnpy.pft
2 f. Itiissler.e
1 0 OHen.p
'2 : f'.d!ia!r..p
Jfhnon.p
xxO:rk
3 0 4 0 0
0 0
- I
Totals a? :n j- is
'ij --ne out w:icn winning run eeortd.
In) .Bated t-r Oltlliam in SlO.
by inning!:
S. IIjjub s etvoeeeee
l'nwt n 2 A n n a n
Two bue hits, -robin, rtngUder. Blue. Cobk. TIitto
baae n.t, Williams. Hom runs, Williams a-d
Heilman.
METAL MARKET
New York, May 4. Copper firm ; elec
trolytic, spot and neariby 13 ; later 13 a
13 1-8. -
Tin steady, spot and nearby 30.87 ; fu
tures 31.00.
Iron steady, prices unchanged.
Lead steady ; spot 5.25 a 5.5-0.
Zinc quiet. East St. Louis d-liverv,
Spot 5.00 a 5.15.
Antimony spot 5.25.
INDIANS MAKE IT TWO
STRAIGHT FROM CHISOX
Chicago, May 4. Urban Faber was un
able to check the Indians today and Cleve
land made it two straight from the locals.
The score was 5 to 3. Mails weakened in
the last inning when Chicago - started a
Yally which netted three runs, but retired
Hoooor on strikes for the final out with
two rripn on bases. Score: ,
Clewl-ind (A) Chitato (A)
a pe e b h m a
T.-miKOT.ir 4 3 j 0 : .'t'.Biwmi.si 1
Wambr.Sb 5 0 S 0 M.C ian.;:, 5 "0 1 0 A
Kptasier.cf 5 I S 0 0 (Vilitiu.ib S g 1 q
M lr.nls.:b ? C 6 d 0 rtoopcr.-f r J n ,1
stwu. 3 2 2 3 1 ,M.til.ir 4 n .1 . ..
Gi.rilncr.l.b 4 2 0 1 0 Ktt-iii.it. cf 4 1
Wnrd.rf 4 0 A A USI.eeij'b
O'Xclll.c 3 2 9r 0 OSthtilk'c 4
Mails.p 4 0 0 2 'j"al'B ' '
zV.ir-an ' :.
Touis m :: s : iicw-n.p o
ZzBubser 1
Totals ;
z) Bitter tor Faber In 7th.
(zz) Batter for McWeeuey in sth.
Score by inninga.
CTe.nd a . 0 e
Cilicaao 0 A A i n
Two ba-e biu. Gardner. 2, Stwell
Tliree base hits. Speaker.
9 1
4 :
! 0 3
0 1) 0
ti 0 1
00
1
9 1
! S
0 0 s 3
Strunk.
TODAY'S SPORTS
Racing
Meeting of Metropolitan Jacokey
Club, at Jamaica.
Meeting,of Maryland Jockey cluh. at
Plmlico.
Meeting of Kentucky Racing Associ
ation, at Lexington.
Shooting
Southern one championship tourna
ment ofcsens at Memphis.
Georgia State trapshootlng tourna
ment, at Atlanta.
Swimming
Maritime Provinces A. A. U. chani
flonshlps, at Wolfvilie.
Golf
Annual spring tournament at Lake
wood,. X. J.
Boxing
Johnny Dundee vs Lew Tondler, 12
rounds, at Xew York.
Jiick Eritton vs Cowboy Padgett, 10
.-ouiius. at Omaha.
Franlii" Schoell vs Jimmy Jonts, 12
-ounda. at Canton.
Texaco Gasoline snaps into action the instant it gets the
spark. It is highly volatile, and vaporizes completely.
Notice how easily the motor starts when Texaco is in
the tank and the greater pcwer and mileage on the
road, and the quicker pick-up in traffic.
Texaco Motor Oils are heavy-body lubricants and
are distinguished by their clear paie color. Light,
medium, heavy and extra-heavy they fit alljcars and
all conditions. You will find them wherever you see
the Texaco red star.
THE TEXAS COMPANY, U. S.'AT
Texaco Petroleum Products
TEXACO
GASOLINE
Run it with Texaco Gas
TEXACO
MOTOR OILS
Save it with Texaco Oil
flrttl ;
clos-Call
COTTON
New Tork. May 4. Sbot cotton quiet;
middling 19.75.
Liberty Bond
Kieh.
U R Lib 314s . . 9S.58
V 8 Lib 2d 4.. . 99.48
I" S Lib 1st As 99. SO
tl S Lib 2d 4Vs 99.55
tr S Lib 3d 4is 99. SS
U S Lib 4th 4 Vis 99.30
Victory 44s ..100.58
Victory ..100.02
Quoted in dollars ar
bond. y
Low. Close
99.26 99.32
99.48 99. 4S
99.70 59.70
99.46 99.50
99.80 99.82
99.89 99.84
100.54 100.56
100.02 100.02
cents per $100
Ferelgn Kxclinnte.
With the exception of sterling,
nu-.tttions are -in cents per unit of
eign currency:
SITl'r.g
Pemand .
Cables . . . . .
Jrpna
Guilders .. .
Marks
Lire ,
Swiss francs
Te?etft- . .
Helglar. francs
Wronen . .
Sweden , , , ,
Lenmark .. .
Norway
Greece
I Orgentina . .
Tecterrla v.
.. .S.43"i
... 4.44
... 9.16
. . .38.30
? 5
... 0.35
... .19.30
. .15.52
... 8.3
... .012
...25.90
. . -1 24
IS. 56
4.50
....82.10
Teaf
Ago
I3.97H
3.98 ii
8.01
32.23 '
1.53
4.91
17.73
13.96
8.01
23.50 .
1 8.20
15.43
CJ1ICAGO GKAIJT MARKET
Chicago, May 4 Prospective large de
liveries on May contracts together' with
favorable conditions for winter crop
growth and lor spring crop seeding did
a good deal today to bring about low
er prices for wheat. The market closed
heavy at 1 -8c to 2 1-2 c net decline
with May 1.42 1-2 to 1.42 3-4 and July
1.27 to 1.27 1-4. Corn finished unchang
ed to half cent lower, oats l-8c to 1-4
off to l-8c -up and provisions at an ad
vance of 25 cents to 42 cents.
The close .in wheat was the -weakest
in some time as well as being at the
lowest figures of the day. Rallies had
met with heavy seling of May as well
as of July and September. According to
some observers, the leading longs 1n May
appeared to Ihe letting po of more or less
of their holdings on all the hard spots
In the market, and were finding it in
creasingly difficult to sell any big quan
tity as the, demand was slowing u-p
some shorts having covered quite freely
of late and others having cash wheat
ready to deliver or were providing to
have it before the end of the month.
Reports that 50,000 bushels of Cana
dian wheat had been purchased for im
portation to Minneapolis attracted con
siderable atention here. It was said prices
based on May deliveries permitted such
imports to be effected at a profit. Other
bearish factors included a decline In Liv
erpool quotatfons. Cash handlers here
bought 300.000 bushels of cash wheat
to arrive from Missouri river markets.
Deliveries .'on May contracts here to
day otalled 151.000 bushels. Today's re
ceipts of wheat here totalled 110 car
loads.
Corn- and oats tended lower, with
wheat.- Country offerings of corn were
larger and plowing and planting -was
reported- as making rapid progress. .
Announcement of a hlg decrease in
western stock? of meat helped ta lift
the value of provisions and so, too, did
higher quotations on hogs..
N'lXTH lA-XIJJG BATTIXO
RALLY SAVES CARDINALS
St. Louis, May 4.-iSt. Loui3 staged a
ninth Inning rally today, overcoming a
four run lead and defeating Cincinnati, 8
to 7. The visitors had been trailing 'up
to the ninth when they scored six runs
The Cardinals came iback in their half
na piled up five tallies withonly one man
out.
Clnciimasti (N) st LouU (J!)
ali h po ab h w 1
P.nms.cf 5 ') ! i 0 Smith. rf 5 3 6 ;
riHubTt.:b t Z :i 0 0 J.-wimrer,Ib 3 2 7, 2
l-'unran.If .1 2 4 0 0 Ftcdc.il 3 2 0 2
Er-h.?b 5 3 S 4 C T rrKirner..-!b 0 t t 0
Kim'ick.3! f 0 . 4 Hw.ifbv.2b 5 1 t) 3
Harper.rf 5 0 0 0 1 McHen.ry.lf 2 10 0
C.nviey.'a S 0 4 2 0 T.svan.i 4 0 i! 2
P1i:eiili..3b 3 1110 Ainsmtiii.c 3 2 ." -1
'Aingo.c 4 3 S 5 OWalker.p 2 0 1 0
Pr-nobiM.B 2 0 0 2 I) .Mrdl.i 0 0 0 0
FitM4) 0 A 0 0 0 7.75rhultz 1 1 0 ft
x.Neali . C 0 (H 0 0 zzzM.iun 0 0 0 0
xiliress'er 1 l 0 0 !
:..iich.p 0 8 fl - 0 0 TotsU 32 12 27 11
Lucu p 0 0 0 3 0
Tcl.l! 33 18r!3 '.2 1
(z) One out wbeo winning nin eoered.
tzz) Batted for Sberdei in 9tn.
(zzz) Ran f'.T Sehultz in 9tb.
(xBattid for Donohue in Sth.
Batted for Schnell iu 9th.
.Score by innings :
Cincinnati ,.Q 0 0 (t 0 0 0 I 6 T
St. I.oa'.j 0 l 3 0 0 0 0 0 5
Two br.ee- hits. Smith. Foumier, Daubert, Tun-
TO INVITE ENGLISH POLO
TEAM TO COME HERE
Xew Tork, May 4. Since England
has announced her intention not to try
this yi-ar to retrieve ti e International po
ln cup won by -tha United States In 1920,
American polo enthusiasts hope to ob
tain, international competition by inv-t-in.t;
Englatid and Argentina to send
teams to corrnete i the American open
polo championship at Rumson, X. .T.,
where the games will le played August
2 rito September 3
In rdditicn to England an Argentina,
the American Polo association announc
ed today. Hawaii, will 'be" asked to be
represented, not n!y in the open cham
pionship but in a. series of matches that
will fallow in .which a team of repre
sentative mallet wielrlers from the Paciilc
coast likely will pa.rtic3.iate.
The Argentina team now is in England.
having entered thj'Hurlingham champion
ship. Th" American organization propos
es that it come here en Toute home. If
not for the cpen championship, at least for
a number of dual matches throughout
month's ntay. Special events are proposed
at Philadelphia and Meadow Brook.
Besides the tentative selection of the
dates for the American open. In conjunc
tion with which will be held the Herbert
Memorial cut? tournainen-t, an open event
for high handicap teams, the American
association has decided on a series of
matches to he held under auspices of the
Philadelphia-Bryn Mawr. clubs from Sep
tember 13 to 23, followed toy special games
at Meadow Brook from September 27 to
October 7. "
In the east, the game's American stamp
ing ground, followers of polo are prepar
ing for the busiest season ever known
Beginning, as usual, with the Philadelphia
Country club. May 20-June 3, the set tour
naments wiil be played on this . schedule :
Bryn Mawr P. C, June 3-17 ; Meadow C,
June 17-July 8 ; Rockaway Hunting C,
July 3-17 ; Rumson C. C, July 15-29 ;
Point Judith P. C, (Junior championship)
July 31-August 12; Thousand Island P.
C. (invitation .tournament) and Myopia
Valley Hunt and P C. September 2-9.
McKENZIE TAKES LEAD
IN MATCH WITH NOEL
In the first leg of the 20-strintr bowl
ing match between McKenzie of Moos- J
up and Noel of Willimantlc. rolled all
Moosup on Wednesday evening, Mc
Kenzie gained a 54 pin lead. The
scores :
McKenzie 126. 126. 125. 124. 134. 91.
143, 121, 102, 1131215.
isoel 124, 104, 137, 12S, 10S. 117, 124.
11-0, 108. 1011161.
In the preliminary game Chartier of
Moosup took the first leg in his match
with Rivers of TVillimantic. The score:
Chartier 119. 113, 123, 116, 134, 132,
125. 105, 113, 1001185.
Rivers 116, 109, 96, 97, 1J5. 116, 106,
118, 105; 1421140.
SPORT WORLD BRIEFS
Formation of a Western Canada golf
association within the jurisdiction of
the Royal Canadian Golf Association
has been unanimously approved by the
delegates attending the annual gen
eral meeting of the Manitoba Golf as
sociation.
stood that Mile. Suzanne Lenjlen.
French expert, will play in the- mixed
doubles w ith Manuel Alonso of Spa-a.
I.t'eftt Scare About Women
Medical orjinlo:i in England has re
awakened -suddenly to the p'.tet.-tial dang
ers to women of excessive indulgence In
athletic sports. Strenuous games. !i
seems, "impair the functions of materni
ty." and .one professional authirity as
serts that "English women as a race ar
heading straight for sex extinction."
If athletic soorVs ;-e Injur
ing the women who pursue them, they are
apparently not incapacitating any con
siderable percentage of the sex for mith
erhood. Happily, there :s ro threat of
sex extinction amr-ng the millions of wo
men toilers in homes and in industry.
New York World.
cot several times (in one town eight
times) In doctors' bills, medicine bills
and lost wages, all of mhicb are items'
that are positive and ascertainable.
Continuous conference have not
averted the jockout in the British en.
gineering and shipbuilding trades,
whereby l.OOO.oOO men are thrown cut
of employment. The Issues involve-
the whole government scheme for un
employment relief.
Raw hair is much cheaper In Eelg
ium now than It was before the war.
caa. Bonne, McHenrj-.
Hine run, Daubert.
Three baee hit, Bressler.
GRENLEAF WINS TIRST
BLOCK FROM FRANKLIN
New Tork, May 4. Ralph 1 Grenieaf.
national pocket billiard champion, tonight
defeated Walter Franklin of Kansas City
156 to 164 in the first block of their title
mPtch. The champion ran out in 36 in
nings. His high run was 20.
W. C. Fownes. Jr., of the Oakmont
Country club, Pittsburgh, will have
the distinction of leading the Amer
ican golf team In its first Walker Cup
match, which will be played against
a British team this year.
The American Irish team, which will
compete In the Thallltean games re.
vival to be held at Dublin, commenc
ing Aug. 6, will sail on the Georee
Washington July 15, It was decided at
the meeting of the American Execu
tive Committee of Dail Eireann Aonach
ins mean held at the Xew York Ath
letic club recently.
Dean Mathey of New. Tork has en
tered for the international hard- court
tennis championship, to be held at
Brussels May 13 to 21. He will play
in the mixed doubles with Miss Eliza
beth Ryan of California. It is under-
Apathy of Voting Public
- The civic apathy of the American citi
zen may some day be placed before the
adepts In psycho-analysis for diagnosis
and prognosis. ThA npecia! election In
Detroit recently to decide for or against
municipal trolleys. In which the votrs
were known to be Intensely Interested.
seems to make a d.lea for ttrjecial analy
sis. In this special election to settle the
fate of municipal ownership in Detroit
only 20 per cent, of "a normal vote" was
cast 67,0"M) In round rxirrrrs. SS.Oflt
for and 12.000 against rmnlcjal owner
ship. Pittsburgh Dispatch.
All tho WorU Work. '.
Swiss watchmakers beliers that f-t
business crisis Is over. This yr is ex
pected to liq-jidate the large stock en
bend snd manufacturing should becut
again !n 19:3. The Chine market M
being stud ed. as are mors efficient meth
ods of production.
Cotton-knitting mills are srn-lr.guta H
rapidly in Shanghai, China. The srna.1
hands and deft fingers of the Chinese
make the future of Ui exnbrotdery In
dustry promising.
American automobiles In China, cross
ing the country w here there are no roads
have shown the Chinese hew badly they
need highways.
Job for Attorney General
Etrrly In the year Atvl'ltr General
Lewis who detected the Brlndle thefT
asked the attorney general to ret fron the
embezzler's ',-tidsman or strtf-rior th -money
of which the state had been rob
bed. Thus far the state continues to hc
out $7000. and the backers of the enrVj
zler apparently are sweetly unconcerned
Mr. Alter with his expanded staff ot drr.
uties has not found time or nerve enour'-i
to protect the state's interesL Pltsburgh
Dlspach.
All the World at Work.
Co-operative antimosqulto work In
forty-five towns, situated in ten south
ern states has cut down their malaria
rate by 75 to 90 per cent. It saved its
New Version of Old Ssying.
Brought down to date: "Let mm
make a nation's movies and I care not
who makes its laws. Boston Herald.
KACEYS' OPENING GAME
FAIRGROUNDS
SUNDAY, MAY 7
KACEYS t.
WEST ENDS fc
Of Bridgeport
Game Called1 at 3 P. M. Sharp
WILLIAMS HIT HIS TENTH HOMER
IX ST. LOUIS-DETROIT GAME
Detroit, May 4. Kenneth Williams hit
his tenth home rup of the season in the
fifth inning of the St. Louis-Detroit game1
today. There was one man on base at the
time. Oldham was pitching for Detroit
The ball went into the right field bleach
ers. Williams' smash placed him ahead of the
record established to date by. Babe Ruth
tenth homer on May 12 last year,
last season. Puth connected with hi?
It's almost as difficult for you to
get a man to take your advice as It
is for you to take his. .
BOD MARKET
Mew Tork. May 4. Immediate absorp
tion of the American allotment (2,000,000
pounds Bterling) of the 9.000,000 pounds
starling Brazilian coffee loan in this mnr-
ket today indicated that th. demand for
Chicago, Grain Market.
What . Hlali Low. Close
May 145 142'i 1422
July ... 12Si 127 J27U
Sept. ... 120 118 74 115
Corn
May ... 63 i 62 '-i, . ;
July 65 a; 66
Sptj ... 68 ' 6S 6SJ4
Oats "
May .'. . 37 37 H 37 i
.Tulyl... 40'2 40'i 40'l
Li Seot.., . . , 42 41 4174
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