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Each Season Tigers Must Make Browns Victims of a Scoring Frolic HE TIGERS never consider the season official unless rhe\* romp B'fl away with the Brown* a- th*> did Friday. Un the twenn ninth 1 of May, last season, Tlge galloped over a Brownie plate IT times BJr in eight innings. The ninth ne\er was played. Fielder .lories said nL had to catch a train and the umpires let him off Detroit alwat- v as MKim more or less mixed up with these scoring festivals The bigg* "f score ; arar compiled in the Ameriean league was 114 to 2 The date was May iv 1912 The Athletics got the two dozen. The Tigers drew the deuce Hack 11r19#3. the Detroit* and the White Stockings collided Twenty-si* m* n i Wnt to bat in the seventh inning and IS hits resulted in IS lie*- ■ troit a tarred by chasing the ball. The record-scoring for majo- league ream* 4ales from June 29. 1*97, when the Cubs defeated liOUi«'ille b' a roun* o ti to 7- The classir game of all times was the 209 ot 10 victory tha ancient Niagaras of Buffalo won from the Columbus team bark in the KB(y seventies. This scoring frolic of Tige’s is not Important further than tha* It pads the averages and makes the boys happy The big noise of T he yKfday scamper was the pitching of (ovcleskie. who allow* : narv an f*arne<l run and nary a legitimate hit Four bingies are recorded, bu *» ware Infield rollers very much ’o the roquefert The role has pecheq hMagnificently both times he has appeared since he sa-d tha* he was read'. B# totes the real Tiger pennant chance He is the fellow who kickfo up lha star dust Friday. Keeping Sammy Happy V|T HEN Fighting Black Jack Pershing's troopers discovered them Lm/1 / selves in France, they raided the stands that sold FngLish news R'Ww papers. They hastily cruised the seas of t!nv type that ar* |• * characteristic of the London papers Suddenly there was * yip of Joy, Stuck away in a corner were baseball scores—the cabled re K3u of games in the major leagues for the previous dav. All was well With the Sammies. They knew that henceforth until they Ifft the world 1 Whind them to assail Fritz in no-man’s land, they would be blessed wri*h ■MI hot bulletins concerning what Tv and Hans and Walter and Zim were 4o4n £ (or the cause on the great American front. Baseball scores are now IXjly contributions to the Ixmdon dailies. They have been for two or thf»e weeks. A traveler Just landed from an overseas points tells about it: The first thing the American destroyer fellows asked for when they landed in England was the newspapers. Imagine Jack hur £ rledly opening the London daily with nothing more than a hasty glance at the war news and other items; Imagine him turning over the various pages and finally looking up with a scowl and moaning: *‘Say, where’s the sporting sheet in this bunch of dope?" Now, of course, in these times the London pages are not run * I?teg sporting pages; as a matter of fact. I don’t believe they ever l did go very strong in this respect. At all events. Jack was dis* Y* gusted « “You mean to say," he growled, “that there’s nothing that’ll tell how the Giants stand and the Tigers and the Red Sox and the feet of the clubs. Well, what do you know about this for a God- I forsaken country?*’ * Os course you can picture the chagrin of the sailor man. but een you also picture the state of mind of the English editors, awakening slowly to the fact that anew element had entered into their Uvea? "Baseball scores! I say! Fancy our printing base ball scores In London.’’ You can almost hear the dazed Londoner •eying it ft - - - - But, believe me, It toon became clear that this demand was not ! confined to one man. nor to any one branch of the service Sail j ors, not only, but soldiers, ambulance men, hospital physicians, I* and attendants—all left no doubt at all in the public mind that J? they were Interested In the progress of the national game in the r* United States. For one thing, so far as the fleet is concerned it f eliminated absolutely one of the stock articles of conversation, r* whoee potency never diminishes. It left Jack, in fact, without any ' thing to argue about, or make bets about—in brief, it took from him one of the chief Interests of his life. There was talk of base ball scores transmitted by wireless; but the wireless has other | aorta of traffic to carrv these days. With Increasing arrivals of F"’’ Americana, however, the demand became so great that It was r not to be resisted and one important London daily, whose direc tors possess shrewd business sense as well as sympathetic nature*, cabled their New York correspondent to send each day all Ameri l can and National league scores, as well as scores of games played 1 by Canadian teams In the International league. Yea, Harvard! HARVARD’S head Is up. Every captain of a Harvard football team for the past seven years Is In the service of Uncle Sam Eddie Mahan completed the chain when he Joined the Marine corps the other day. He is to have a commission as soon as he can qualify. Steflmum, of 1916, Is driving an ambulance in France, Bricklev. wtthing 100, Fisher, Wendell and Storer all are in the officers’ reserve corps. Rilly ifurray may never lead his team There isn’t going to be any 1917 eleven Witb Captain Murray on the Job, because Captain Murray Is a naval reserve •md rearing to kick a sub for a goal Lm Mann, who won fame as an outfielder for the world champion Braves in 1914, is lined up for war work. Mann played 22 innings of hall •gainst the Cardinals in behalf of the Cubs one day this week, and at *lght signed an application to serve thruout the war under the Y M C. A It Is understood that his acceptance has been arranged The hall plaver eras trained for such duties by the Y M. C. A. College at Springfield. Mass J before he ever became a professional athlete. He will specialize in camp •porta Recent Scandals AN INTERESTING ANGLE to the Ruth suspension Is that Boston and the Red Sox have made absolutely no attempt to defend the umpire-puncher. The whole tribe of Beaneaters agree that Ruth will deserve all that Prexv Johnson hands him The main concern la to make Mogul Ban believe that Ruth is a badly scared, heartily ashamed young fool, who will be a good boy hereafter and never, never look cross •jred at an urap no matter how much adulation swells his noodle. The Idea is to arouse mercy in Ban’s spacious chest. The Babe has written Sn Apology, which la a state document that should be framed along side ohn McGraw’s famous repudiation. Boston expects no mercy. Manager Barry thinks that he will be lucky If be doesn’t lose the big southpaw for the season All Boston is preparing to alibi the flitting pennant by reference to Ruth’s effort to mangle the phyaog of one Brick Owens. Meanwhile the old timers are not so sure as they were a year ago that modern baseball la a pale pink version of tlddledywlnka. The umpires In the National league continue to invite a massacre. A Bne from an account of a recent game between the Clney Reds and Pitts burgh Pirates runs like this: Twice Byron appealed to his fellow umpire, Quigley, when his ruling on strikes and balls was questioned, and each time Quigley reversed him. Byron’s rough experience the past two weeks seems to be telling on him FIVE LOTS SEE D.A.BJJAMES Dreher and Toll Park fe Addi tion To Diamond* Avail able For Sandlotter* Detroit Amateur Baseball associa Uon fames will be played In five different sections of the city Sun day. The addition of the new Dre her a Toll park fives the associa tion an extra park to stage its games on. The Dreher ft Toll team also will make ita debut in league competi tion against the Upper Grattots at Upper Gratiot park, while tha Jack- Son Sports and Empire laundry teams will stage their games at Dreher ft Toll park. Dreher ft Toll team takes the place of the Maas Tigers and starts tta playing season with a record of two victories and three defeats. In Its opening game It plsys a club ranking In fifth place. ‘'Doc” Weed probably will oppose the new com Mw. At Mack park the Btrohs-West Cle Victor* and Maxwells-Derrolt hemians clash in a double header that has the earmarks of being a regular affair. In the first game Higley or Howick will oppose Can field or Remark and in the second Mason Kuhagen or Collard w ill face Okrle or Treacy. At River Rouge the Rouge team and St. I/OUls club ought to put up , a fine argument with Welck or Yeu ! lett opposing Whltree. a newcomer ! to the Saints front, or Bonner i Hayes and Falstaffs furnish the feature contest at Northwestern field, with Schreiber, who hurled a one-bit game against the Strobe last week, opposing Rick, Auld or Scott for the Hayes. Rtsdons and West Ends struggle on Diamond No. 1 with \enth and thirteenth place* hinging on the outcome. Dundee Beata Jackson. NEW YORK. June 30. —Johnny Dundee easily outpointed Willie Jackson here last night. Jackson is the phenom who knocked out Dun dee at Philadelphia several weeks ; ago. much to the surprise of the fistic world. Yachtsmen On Cruise. Detroit River Yachting association will hold its annual cruise to Fight ing island over the week-end The fleet waa scheduled to sail from thl* city at 1:30 o'clock. j Whoosh ' 'j DePalma to Race Detroit Cars Against Oldfield's Freaks Barney Excuses Aide From Risky Ride Sunday Barney Oldfield, master driver of s he world, who will attempt to de feat his ancient enemy of the speed circle —Ralph D* Palma—thrlee in the three racing duels of 25, 15 and lfi miles tomorrow afternoon on the State fair grounds—Just as he did at. Milwaukee last Sabbath—arrived here this morning. The rrixzled servitor ot apoed— “the daddy of ’em all’’—as he la fa mJliarly and popularly known thru out the raring realm, planned to visit the fair track for practice spins as soon as his chariots were unloaded Barney brought along with him the two raring creations he took to Milwaukee to defeat Dw Palma, his "Delac* Devil" and his famous and freakish "Golden Eagle.’’ the high speed cart that has a sensation this year. Besides being entirely covered so that It conceals from the spectator* both driver and mechanician, ita ex terior is of burnished gold From its gold-leafed surface and its gr»st speed—lt has turned more than llh miles an hour —It derives Its name Oldfield is pretty proud of his new speedster. When he first 1n troduced it. because of its appear ance, resembling from the rear the egg of a gigantic bird of prehistoric it was treated as somewha t of a Joke—before it left trailing the drivers who poked fun at It. The veteran daredevil asserts that wttlu in five years his “submarine racer" type of machine will be the only one uewd on the speedways. Barney as serts that 1f ft rolled over neither he or his riding aide would be hurt Pome of his rivals, who sought to have It barred from competition, based their attack on Its unsafety, saying that If it should roll over on the door catching fire. Barney or his mechanician would h* burned alive The officials turned deaf ear* to these remarks, however The ' Golden Eagle" has a double steering gear increasing It* safe»v margin. Barney has had this idea patented. If one of his stearing gears should go awry, all the old time speed king has to do is *o ♦ urn to the other and continue to drive without even stopping a» the pits or "field hospital." His emergency car— both drivers are required to have one to fall hack on in case of accident to the one BOX SCORE DETROIT. AB R H O A E Bush. as « 4 4 2 | 0 Ynun, 3h 4 2 1110 f'.bh. rt 4 114 0s V.arh. If 4 J 2 0 0 i Hstlmann, rs 6 3 2 1 0 0 Burns, lb *l3 9 0 1 vm. lb t 1 1 1 0 e Manag*. « 4 1 l is s <V.\e|e *kl *, p 6 2 3 O 3 « Totals 41 10 19 37 T | ?T. L/M'TR. AB R H O A E Sloan. !f 4 0 0 1 ft a Austin, ps 4 1 33 4 1 Jllaler, lb 4 0 0 4 1 « Rumlsr. rs 4 fl l | ft r» Pratt, 2b 3 ft ft ft o s Rsversld. c 3 0 0 0 ] ft .Tarohsnn. m .1 ft l 4 oft Msrssns 3b 3 ft ft g j ft Knnb. p 1 ft 0 ft 1 1 •Hartley 1 ft o ft 0 o McCabe. p... 0 O ft ft 1 ft Tsrk. p 1 ft ft ft i l Tntals I« 1 4 37 10 8 •Rs»t*4 for K >o>. n fifth. Innlnas I 2 3 4 6*719 Detroit I I est 4 l 1 0 6—19 Rt IsoulS, IftftoftA ft oft 1 Two has* hits Bush. Young Three b*e* hits --4'abh. Burns Moms runa— Msilmann Veaoh. Doubls plsv— Rush *o Burns Ijrff o n tap** f)e troll 4. Ht. l«ou!a 3 First On srror- Detmtt 1 Has** on ball*—Off fov- Slsrkl** |, off Koob 3, off MrCfth* 4, off Park 3. lilts and *arn*d runs* nrr fovslaakis no runs; off Kooh * hits, 4 runs in 5 Innings, o*r MoCag* 4 hits. * runs In 3 I*3 Innings. ..ff Park 0 hits. 6 runs In 1 3-3 innings Struck out By fovelesble 1, by Ko*.b 3. by Mct’abs 2. Wild pit-h - Konb. Empire*—Connolly and Nal lin. Tima—2.ol. SKETCHED AT ST. LOUIE FRIDAY BELGIAN HANDICAP LATEST RACE FREAK The freak Belgian handicap race will feature the Derter park maunee Sundav Ten starters are expected The horses wlLl be lined up according to their handi caps and will get under way from a standing start The purse for the event is S2OO Two class races will round out the program which stars the race—will be his “Delage Devil.” the French car which Millionaire ntfT Durant, the youthful and wealthy Pacific roast speed king drove to such a s*nsa tional and spectacular third place on the Chicago speedway two weeks ago Saturday. De Palma, a Detroiter, will nat urally depend on a car manufactured here —his 12-eylindered Packard, with an aeroplane motor —to make Oldfield eat his dust and taste the brand of defeat and humiliation he handed out to the noted and nervy Italian at Milwaukee. Ralph had not decided fully on his relief car last night, but said that it would he another Packard or a Hudson Super six. Just how bitterly Barney and Ralph will battle and the sort of chance* they will court in fighting the other was evidenced last night by He Palma’s announcement to hi« mechanician that he would not he called upon to ride with him The Detroiter said he was going to drive hfs hardest and he did not want his riding companion to take my chances when the rule* did not re quire him to do so. Barney showed Ralph the way to ride mechantcless at Milwaukee, and. since he was so successful ♦ here, and, also, her*u*e he is not quite certain a* to how it will he have on its second invasion of dirt circles, thinking the “Golden Eagle" might take a notion to stick its snout In the ground and turn over, he has decided to fight it out with De Palma alone DETROITS AND ROSES MEET IN SOCCER FINAL SundaT afternoon the most 1m portant game of th* soccer season will he played when Rose* and IV troit hook up in the final for the Michigan State cup, which Is *m blemaMr of th» state championship The game take* place at Packard Recreation park at $ o’clock, with J H Mlllman as the official referee This contest should provide on« of the best games seen here In » long While as The teams are well matched and have been playing fine foo*bali lately. Neither team has gone a* far as the final round before in this com petition and this alone has aroused a great deal of Intereat in thin sea son’s final. It does the game good to have the honors shift aronnd. and having »hi* new blood fighting for the pennant has bucked tip the game all over *ha city. Roses sprang a surprise by heat- Ing the strong Caley eleven In their semi final. and Itefrolts had a hard time winning from Rising Star Ro»h teams have earned the righ’ to play in the final by hard work and auperior football, and local opinion concede* them two of the vary beat 'asms in the city at the prasent. time. CALDWELL AND SHOCKER FINED BOSTON, Jun* 80 - Ray Caldwell, Yankee pitching star, again is on the club’s suspended list. A 10 days layoff was inflicted when he failed to appear at the club’a hotel and later didn’t show up at the baseball park He was fined SIOO. Urban Shocker was given the same suspension and a |f>o fine Both men are charged with break ing training rules. DETROIT TIMES COBB HAS BIG MARGIN ON TRIS Hans Warner Once More Is Among the Swatsters Claiming .300 NFJW YORK. Jun* 30 Thirty two points ahead of his near**' rival. Tris Speaker. Ty Cobb is speeding today toward a renewal of his old time American league r-a’ting cham pkmshlp Record# today give him a batting mark of 3*74 against Speak er's .342 Cobb hit yesterday in his twenty-sixth consecutive game. Stuffy Mclnnia. Philadelphia, is In third place with .932 Other three hundred hitters are Rumler. St- Ixtuis. Russel, Chicago; Sisler, St Louis Gooch. Philadelphia. Gainer. Boston Milan, Washington. Chap man. Cleveland, and Veach. lietroit. Eddie Rousch. Cincinnati, is hold mg the top in the National league by the mere grace of one point of Cruise, St lx>uis Han* Wagner is close behind in third place Rousch i# hitting 3f.fi, Cruise, 356. and Wagner. .329 Other 300 hitters in the National league are Clarke. Cincinnati, nlson. Brooklyn. Fischer. Pittsburgh Hornsby* St. Louis. Grimes, Pittsburgh; Burns. New York. Groh, Cincinnatr. Wheat, Brooklyn; Whitted. Philadelphia; Rawlings, Boston, Zimmerman. New York. Cravath, Philadelphia, and J. Smith. St. la>uia. STANDINGS American League mMMNft. 3V I, Pet W L. Pet Chi'ago 4. . J < svs|'d 33 3 4 49 3 Bo»ton 40 24 Wash n 2 r > 37 43" N. York 35 > O', . st iv its 71 39 .34’ Detroit 31 3ft lUe» Afhlet * .1 39 .354 4ptnr<tir‘i iiamti Detroit in St itwo gam»a), Chicago m t'ls\s!and New York in H sf<• n 33'ashmgfon m Philadelphia. Friday’s Heiulti. Innings 1 3346<7<<10RHE N York Olftftft tftftftft 1112 Boston . ft * ft ! ft r < ft *> I ? 7ft Buttons*- Mogrldgs and Walter* Poster *nd \go<- ’ i mplres C> Ixiughlin and Hildebrand 4mmg* I * V 4 * M M E Chicago ! ft 2 ft ft 0 ft ft * 7 ft Cleveland ftftftftftlftftft l 6 0 Battens* Paler ands balk t*ov and < S'e.;. i nn-ire* uw«ni and Ever- I Inning - 13345*741 RHK | W aehmg n ftftftjftlftftft 3 * 3 ; Ath!*tk* ft ft ft 3 t ft ft ft 1 t ,<> t Ratten** Harper and Ainsmlth Falk*nh»rg Noysa an* 4 Meyer Em pire* -M<C .rroi' k an<l T itisen. National league ftT 4MHM.. 3V t. P * TW r, pcf N Y' rk 9- ■I w >. *?T cinrln M 34 *,* «M Phtlll** 3* 33 *' i Brook n 2ft 33 44. Chicago 3* 72 543 B aton *4 34 41 t St Luis 24 30 631 PlttSb’h 20 4ft JT.: »N ftirdas's f,*me*. Rt tn Chicago. Cincinnati in Pittsburgh Phillies In Brooklyn (two gam**) Boston tn New Yrrg Friday's llcaulta. Innings 11346*799 R H E St. I <Oll Is. ftftftlo2ftft* 9 k n Chicago. ft ft ft . 00020 2 * 3 Rsttftrls* M"*doy» and 'I nt»l*i Dsmarse. Herdrit and Elliott T'm pir*s O'Day and Harrison Innings 12146*799 RMF Cinoinrati ftftissnssr, j 1 7 i Plttsb’gh ftftftftuftftftt A* | Batteries Mitchell and tVing« VfamaiiK and TV Empires r.virni and Quigley. First garii* Inning* 1 2 3 4 6 * 7 *4 THE n< stop . . ft ft ft 0 ft ft ft | ft— t f, n N»s York lftftftftftfti* 26 1 Batteries -Tyler. Barnes and Tra Renton. Smith T-sre*** and Otbson. Rarld*n Empire*-- Bigler and Orth. Heoond gsrpe Inning*. .12316*7*9 RHE Boston ft’633ftftftft j - lift New York ft ft ft ft n o 0 ft an s Batteries Rudolph and Trsgrepsr. Tssr<>au. Smith, Middleton and rjth son Krueg-r. Empire* -Orth and Bigler. Phtlsdslphis-Bronklvn. rain. Protect Wobbly Minor*, f Hit ATK), June 30 -■ Ft has been announced that alt minor league* which find it nere'.sary tn disband untJl the end of the war will not need to sacrifice their territory. A ipecigl protection edict has been is sued. Tigers Get Back Among The Double Headers Today H. Coveleskie Hurls Grand Ball At St. Ixniis ST LOUIS. June SO.- The Tigers feel more comfortable today They are Involved In a double-header. Thev got a dose of the old time one a dav stuff Friday and didn’t know how to act. But they did the best they could They scored 19 run* in the nine innings alloted to them, and dragged the game well over the ifwo-hour limit That was a fair substitute to the daily doubiehead er hahi», which has the Jungaleers in its clutches Willie Mitchell and Georgie Dwus* are scheduled to do the slabbing this afternoon Bob Groom is expected in one of the contest a Re w-on’t be welcomed. The Tigers don’t like him and can’t hit him as long as he keeps his head. Sothoron ma> try to pitch also. Jone* will do any thing short of treason to mtn a pair today, so that he can get a crowd out Sunday. The score is not the tip off on Friday's battle That .was quite a hall game most of the way Until the f.fth Coveleskle never did have a good lead and In tha' inning the game was broken up in genuine melodrama style In the stxth and seventh, th* Tigers whittled away and made things easier for the Polo, hut the big smash didn't com* until th.- ►lgh'h ar.d nin*h when 11 count er- were -coted Uovele.-, p pitched much better ball than he did last Sundav, when h* « f aged a very satisfactory come hack Only four hits wer* made off him. and Dot a on* amounted to much Th* lon* tally scored by St I.ouis was a present. The Irrepressible Austin started thing" with a single Bums got Sisler’s grn mder, lagged first and threw the hall away in ~a double play effort. Yearh fielded the stray ing globule and chucked wildly past Vill All this time Austin was kick Inc up his heels lustily, and finally h* scored. That was the end of St.. Louis so far as offense was con cerned. Th* Tiger* also had scored in the first Push started the game a* usual with a has* knock Young sacrificed Marfan* is ptsying third ha** and Austin is at *horf while Johnson Is recovering from his wounds. Cobb worked the old bluff bunt on M#rsan« and Donie stolw third. Then (Ybb singled, making his batting streak good for 2fi con secutive gam*** Hush scored. I>wtroit tallied again in the **c nnd Heilman singled and Burns made good on th* hit and run. The outfielder cam* home on Sfanage s long fi' to center The gam* was nip and tuck until the fifth In this ro md th* Tiger rally started f*ov eleskie singled and Push doubled. Youfig died, but Uobh wa- purpose ly passed, filling the bases Vest h filed to J acohson. who let Uoveles hi* score after the catch Bush 1 ant* home when Pitcher Koob mad* a had peg in an attempt to betray Cobh at first Then Heilman broke up the gam* with a home run Thereafter runs dribbled over the pan regularl' Ten Tigers batted in each of th* eighrh and ninth iPAIGE “Efe Most Beautiful Car in/menaa July 15th —On This Date Paige Prices Will Be Advanced Wc have formally announced that the list price of every car in the Paige line will be very substan* tially increased on July 15th. We have explained that this step is unavoidable because of the steadily advancing costs of manu facturing materials, labor and all elements entering into the production of a quality product fn making this advance announcement, we feel that we have done complete justice to the many hundreds of people who have been planning to purchase one of our cars. They now know definitely when the increased prices are sched' uled to take effect, and will be guided accordingly. There is one very important point, though, that we would like to emphasize at this time. Owing to the scarcity of materials, our production between now and July 15th will necessarily be limited, We are doing all that we possibly can to keep step with public demand, hut it is a foregone conclusion that there will not be enough Paiges to go round. Asa last thought in regard to this matter of price, please remember that the Paige has long since demonstrated its independence of all “price fields.” American men and women now buy a Paige—not because of the price tag which is attached to it—but because of ita well estalv liahed reputation as a fine mechanical product. Stratford “SiX'ji*' 7-paaarngfr * SI49T so. b. Detroit Fairfield 7-paAaenger • $1375 f. o. b. Detroit Linwood "SiX'39'j paaaenger * $1 175 f. o. b. Detroit Brookknds Dartmoor “Six-jq" aor 3 passenger $1 175 f. o. b. Detroit Lunousme “Six-fi** 7'poMenger # $1 750 f. ab. Detroit Sedan “SiX'sl** 7'passenger * SI3OO f. ab. Detroit Sedan "Su'39*’ s'passenger * $1775 f. ab. Detroit Town Car “Six-yi" 7'paasenger * $»750 f. o. b. Detroit Paige-Detroit Motor Car Cos., Detroit, Mich* Wetmore - Quinn 279-2 HI Jefferson Are., Detroit, Mich. <•*«* Rvsntna* in 4 Sunday*. SATURDAY, JUNE SO, 1917. frames. and the 20 bat»m* n scoied 11 counter* Everybody «11<1 fonit* thing and everybody was rewarded with fattened batting avrrag<# AMATEUR DAY GETS SUNSHINE Sandlotters Blessed With Fin* Weather For Frolic At Navin Field The weather man r»tna to tj»e reeciie of Detroit baseball amateurs today and gate them Idaal condi tions for tha first amateur day erar attamptad In this city. Tcama of tha DART and Oddfellowa* league ware scheduled to parade to Navin flald ai 1:80 o’clock. Held events ware scheduled for 2 o'clock, after which the Barry Real Kstatera and Western lodge teams were to play a ball icame. Aid. Burton and Judge Stain hare bean announced as tha battery in the matter of pitching the first ball. The usual schedule will ha played by the federation Sunday The Ciaaa A games will be as follows: O-ays'a clothes Shop vs. Oskdalaa ■ t Northwestern flald, diamond Now V. at 1 oclock Pmplre Mi-Hugh. Plalr Athletls vs. Strand HUllarda. at Northwestern flald. diamond No t, si « o'clock. I’mplre. Wnodmunsee Rnndslas vs Kentucky <*luh, st Atkinson park diamond N>. 2, at 1 o'clock, t’mpire nMsra Rarrv Real Estate vs. tVisch Ta*t ors. if Northwestern flald and irriond No * st I o'clock t'mpira, Pnlmtter. Usmtrsmi’k Board of Comm* roe \n_ Burn* <hoa Cos. at Korthw.-«t«-rn Arid d.smond No. 1, st 1 o'clock. t'nipTf Kills Mvrtle Club VS Rive*- Rottlfa trfer nsti nsl* n» Ms> n*' s park, ..t 1 oV'ick t’mprr, ‘Jh,.nk St. Carard T. M C. vs Plngree A. e. nark park, dlonnmi >* t 4 o i lock empire !»;jh-. Horseshoe Huh vs l.lPertr ei’lh. st Hanon w snd t*e.pilmlre, st 4 o'clock l mpire Roll..