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x v u rrr u v (in: .m u ill IDITIO tT J. ALBA AUITII BLACK GIANTS WIN PANTHERS CLAW GIANTS IN FINAL SERIES - FIRST GAME SUNDAY WAS AN EXTRA INNING At FAIR. HAYNES WON OYER RICHARDSON IN PITCHING DUAL SHANKS PITCHES GREAT GAME, BUT LOSES TO REED. In the final chapter of the nineteen twenty-one pennant chase the Fort Worth Black Panthers an ancient foe in local camp dropped the first game of the series 5 to 2 and grabbed, both end of a double bill Sunday. " . . .. Like the mighty winds, the cat heavers swooped down on the Giants hfavy artillery leaving death and destruction in their wake. The first tilt was a pitching dual between Haynes of the Cats and Son Richardson for the locals. Richardson had the beBt of the go and a commanding lead until first of the 9th; he weakened here and the Cats scored two runs tielng the count and extending the game into an extra Inning. . . The visitors ran In three scoresln their half of the 10th, but the Giants failed to register and the game was won by the Cats 7 to 4. Panthers drew first blood, when first baseman, Larry Jones, first man up singled and. later scored. - Aftir Sloan and Goodrich went out In order in last bait or rouna one Reuben Jones, tha local slugger, again starred in the roll of swat by connecting safely with one of Haynes' slants for a four ply swat that cleared the right field wall of Marine field by three feet. It was a terrific drive thus registering number one for the home squad. Giants scored again in tne tourtn spasm of Richardson's single stolen base and Georgetown's safe blow. Richardson held the visitors score, less until the seventh when Hardee singles to center, Richardson sacrl son's sacrifice and goes to third on Anellno long fly to D. Johnson and scored later on Hodge's punch to right. : In the eight the local tribe an nexed another marker. Reuben Jones slnrles to cent, wenarason sacn. flees. Llston Jones tore off a smash to center and Reuben scored, In the ninth round the Panthers came back full of fire and pep, Gee sends a corking single to center and steals second, Hardee drew a walk, John son, hit an easy one to short that Hamilton hobbled all hands safe and the bases were chocked Anellno popped up a dinkey back of the In field that fell safe, Gee and Har dee both scoring on the play. John, son and Anellno on second and third and nobody down; Richard, son wrs In a terrible hole but dis played no signs of weakening. Hodge popped to Richardson and Haynes whiffed at three for the second out, Jones hoisted one to Williams and sides retired with two runs and a tie count. In the ninth the Giants threw away a good chance to win. Shanks doubled to left D. John, son bunted and Shanks was caught at third on Haynes relay to Llgglns, Harris now running for Johnson, Goodrich flew out and Harris was caught trying to Bteal second for the final out. Tenth round Panthers loomea up tromr. Lleelns tore off a Blngle that , Blow fielding enabled to be stretch- j ed Into a double, Boyd fanned. Gee gets another trip to the bag. Hardee smashes one too hot for "Hainp" to hanrfla and Llggins scored; John- son grounded to Richardson and was out to Shanks. Anellno dollver- ed a safe punch to center scoring , Gee and Hardee. Hodge BKled to Llston Jones for final out, Haynes was never more in danger and the Giants made a feeble effort In the tenth as the game apparently had alnady been stored away on Ice by the Panther clan. Llston Jones made a beautiful peg to "Georgetown" with one dowp and a man on third. Rch KEW ORLEANS MEET OF BAPTISTS LARGELY ATTENDED. (Continued from Page 1.) heard hre until that wtve thous and ha bopn paid. Thmi our pub lishing plant U worth seven hundred fifty . thouaand dollar and when the dy of union phall come, and for It we earnestly h'-pe, our brolhren of tVi the ncorporaMd convention will find a hearty welcome nd a warm flreaide where they may alt and know whet they at leant have a home. The Convention adjourned Monday. Ch'. iairo i likely to t the meeting place next year. POLICEMEN QUELL MSTUftSANCE ON SKIP. (Continued from page 1.) the outhi'rat In the middle of tho At lantic, vllch had to b auppreaaed by the hlp officer with elub and threat of Iron. It broke out anew aome time after mid-nlgrt, erouaed It I said, by the aecret arrival of con traband lWui.r aboard the vessel. When Cipt. Cunningham eallied the - 'lousnca of the outbreak on boart? hi veasel thl morning he tied down the alilp' alren, hoeing to attract tho K'apleton police with that call. The iren did little more, however, than rouae the resident along the water front, who thought one of the ah I pa In the harbor muat be afire. Not aee Ing any flame, they came to the con dition that the alren muat have be come jammed. The Stapleton polkt took no actlin Realizing hot It u a vain hope to wait for iielp from a bore. Capt. Cunningham Instructed hla wireless operator to call for help from the h'irbor police. At 1:15 o'clock ha sent 'he message which brought the John F. Hylan with si: teen patrolmen armed with nlshtatlck ai.r riot gun. 1'ollw In Uulrk AttltJ. ; Tho John F. Hylan proceed! tJ ftopiltoii im rapidly as possible thru Iho darkness and the to that en ahrcuded the upper bay and made colli ' with other vessels sn ever- BASE BALL AND rjee hoisted one a mile high and : rj0yd who had trlppled to left raced for home plate, Llston made a per. 1 fn(, Dpe to catcher Williams and completed a double play and cut off a score. Reed was pitted against Shanks In the second contest and toe wicni. ta Falls marvel was Invincible for 6 innings he pitched; he struck out five batsmen In an' equal number of Innings. Shanks, uiants star nrsi baseman, pitched a brilliant brand least broke even in the battle His fltmnnrf unit wpll hnlnnced at times. VI uuii aim Rich Gee's timely swat brought the only score in the game. The score: Ft. Worth .A E L. Jones, 1 Llgglns, 3 Boyd, s Gee, c Hardee, m 4 4 4 5 Johnson, 1 Anellno, 2 Hodge, r . Hynes, p 3 0 Totals 36 Dallas A Sloan, m .1 Goodrich, 3 4 J. Williams, 2 ....5 R. Jones, r 1 6 Richardson,- p ....4 Harris. 1 0 F. Williams, c ....4 Hamilton, s 3 ShRiiks, 1 4 I). Johnson, r ....1 L. Jones, in 6 Totals 36 Ft Worth ....100 000 1023 7 10 4 Dallas 200100 0100 4 9 3 J. Williams out being hit by batt ed ball; Harris ran for Johnson in 9th. Summary: Two base hits Llgglns, Haynes, Shanks; three baBe hits Boyd; ssfc rlfice hits D. Johnson, Anellno, Johnson; stolen bases Richardson, Shanks, Ooodrlck, Gei Hardee; double plays L. Jones to F. Wll Hams; base on balls off Haynes 1, off Richardson 3; struck out by Haynes, 5; by Richardson 6; time of game 2 hours and 20 minutes. Umpires: Lewis Second fianie Sunday- Ft. Worth 001 00- Dallas 000 00 0 Batteries: Reed and Gee; Shanks and F, Williams. Summary : Sacrifice hits Harris; stolen ba ses Lorrle Jones, Boyd, Goodrich, L. Jones and F. Williams; double plays J. Williams to Richardson; base on balls off Reed 2 ; off Shanks 2; hit by pitcher by Reed 1; struck out by Reed 6; by Shanks, Kreent danger, Trfn; bofore the police, oat reached the aide o the freighter, hownver, the police could hear the din of rioting. The police made quick work of the the flRhtlnKT. Mont of the eallore the HKKrcioilve white a well a the dozen Nrgroe. were already worn out with thrlr long struKKle by the time the John F Hylan hailed the freighter and axked that rope ladders be thrown over, it took the police onlv a few momenta of efficient work with the nlfrhtHtlcl: to end the atrtigKlnir. The r lice. aeelna- no arma aboard the veiael. made no ue of their rot sun, merely keeping them cloae by In cae of emergency. Several reports were heard that aounded like ihnli a the John F. Kylnn approached, but no ahot were fired once the police reached the freighter' deck. Hf ,-e the police left the side of the Cheater Klrwania they made arrange ment to keep in cloae touch with her In (order to make a quick re aponae to another call for aid, The crew had evidently had Ha doae of fighting for one morning, however, and the police did not anticipate an other hurry ll down the bay. HOWARD SAYS POLITICAL FUTURE OF NEGRO AT STAKE. (Continued from Page 1.) Qualified voter under the law of that date. Thl I matter that vttnllv af. feet our racial rroup, for they are the one mot largely dlsfranchlse Ised and who are not registered vo ter, liut we must face the facts a thev are and frankly atated that quite a large percentage of our group, who are not qualified vcler In the South, are In thl unfortunate shape because they tfo not att mpt to meet win iBiiMiinr nm in au mitts j "In moat of the southern -tn' the Dre-reotltalte to hnlnsr a maflfl,.4 va. i.ir la to pay one's poll tax on or be- fore the first day of February, and R H P A 1 1 12. 0 1112 0 2 2 6 2 16 1 3 12 0 0 0 10 0 2 6 3 0 10 1 0 10 3 7 10 30 15 R H P A 0 0 0 0 1110 0 12 3 2 2 2 1 112 8 0 0 0 0 0 17 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 12 0 ,0 0 2 0 0 12 1 4 9 30 11 er. i...t u.Trg7Th.Cbthourrem.n'ri'?ht- Davis and Cooper were and women get busy and pas the tho. ofWour rrouDVho h.'v- dereHci ? heretofore t. , Vheir oi" ;e in tuna and regiater, for . "a irom mea on me visitors wer-,) Vr IiUm"' r be fty. Ross pitched wonderful hil. 1 agl?S wn you i"x your politl-The 01ttnt ia the be8t c,,,b M-n M'e is a tk,-' (on the Pacific Coast in all times. THB DALLAS EXPRESS, OTHER SPORTS STANDING OF TIIK CLUBS. L. Pet. 32 .604 32 .672 31 .558 36. 655 40 -.451 53. 271 Glub P. .W. Dallas 81 Houston 75 49 43 Ft. Worth :70 39 Galveston 81 45 Beaumont 73 33 Wichita falls 73 20 RESULT OF OTHER GAMES. Sept. 4. Galveston 16 at Beaumont 3 Sept. 8. Galveston 4-2 at Beaumont 3-1 Galveston 5 at Beaumont 12 2 Games. Sept. ,l,h ,' Ft. Worth 2 at Dallas 6 Sept. 11. Ft. Worth 7-1 ' at Dallas 4.0 2 Games . Heretofore omitted score between Houston and Galveston on August 14th, score 4.3, favor of Galveston. 2; time of game 1 hour and 3 minutes; Umpire Lewis. NEW BASE BALL CHAMPIONS SUFFERED MANY CASUALTIES. n . ram r. Brought Home Ihe Bacon Vars grg Qn fjOSpital LlSt The nineteen twenty.one cham. plonshlp base ball season Is over n and the team favored with the York, Philadelphia, Boston, and otb. 1 breaks has won the coveted trophy, er eastern burgs and upon his ar 1 1 The Dallas Black Giants, although rival he was in tip top form. 0 hailed as the new champions by de. ! Llston Jones, who has been past 0 featlng the Houston Buffaloes in timing in the outer garden 0 four straights. Sept. 3, 4 and 6 with before Sloan's appearance was a 2 a double bill on Mon., won under a creditable fixture, he was not a 0 severe handicap. The team suffer flashy hitter, but would often con n!all season many casualties and at nect with a timely blngle when a : no time did the club present its run was needed, he was kept in re 4 regular line up In a single game, serve and in the Houston series, he but with the wise generalship of pitched one of the grandest games E prexy Dave Johnson, the club sailed of the season and got away with a 0 gently along on sheer nerve and ; victory. 0 ; grit and won a large per cent of the j "yaBh" Harris, the locals fleet. 0 j games played. j footed left fielder, played good ball 0 j The pitchers were -going bad from' under a great strain. He was crip. 1 , the effects of malaria, and the club pled, but kept himself in the game. 0 bad to depend on the box work of He was a bear' on. the paths, and 0 "its) rookies pitchers and between: was treacherous with the stick. His 2 , times labored with a shattered in fielding was brillant and far above 0 and outfield and along the last the par. 0 outfield was rounded Into a pitch- 1 Reuben Jones, star outfielder and 0 ing staff and to say the least the guardian of the right outerfield for 'venture was an effective, ono as ex- ', the local clan won his spurs as tho 3 1 perience slab mon were badly need- i Black Babe Ruth of the Colored ed to balance the machine. The first string catcher Colonel John Richardson was called to the lop for the bacon. His home run mound and atter boy was equal to drives have been timely this season, the emergency. He kept his club In He Is a heady fielder and quick the running all the way. Pitcher thinker. He is considered the most Bell, the Giants heart-sider was dangerous slugger In the loop, another of the locals main stay, Shanks, tl e local star first base but his work at Beaumont and Port i man has been a valuable asset'to Arthur put him on the hospital list j the club all season. He has been early In August and he remained j very sick at times but refused to there until expiration of the season, quit the game, he donned his span. Big Fred Daniels was another big 'gles and jarred the diamond. He is factor in the heaving corp. Fred j fast and accurate, good bitter and had plenty of smoke in the major I nice fielder, he was cool and con. part of the season and was a very hard man to beat. Pitcher Baker, a rookie showed to a fine advantage for a new com. er, he turned in several wins for the home bugs. Martin was anoth. er recruit pitcher that got a chance to show. F. Williams, better known as "Georgetown," drew the heavy end of the hack stopping and be. lleve us this bird caught nearly every game without an accident. Georgetown filled the gap in grand style and his hitting was con. slstent. On many occasions he de. livered the timely drive that broke up games. His work all season has been commendable.. Sloan's return to local heath was joy to fandom- He was in trim when TEXANS STARRING IN GOLDEN WEST. Ross, Foote, Blackmon and PuIIem are Stellar Attrac tions With Alexander's Giants. Have Made Wonderful Records. , Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. 15. The score: Alexander Giants of this city with ' Koss on the hill won their one-nun. SuB B8e A dred and fifteenth game of the Roffies, ss 3 season. Ross was In great form Ornells, 2 b cf ..4 and had thr visitors at his mercy. . Kuena, 2b ...2 after the 4U round. The Giants up Hagermon. If 4 to date have played 119 games, I Kavey, rf . 3 won 115 and lost only 4, this is a,11-0 lb 4 wonderful record. The pitchers are going great. Bough, Ross, Foote and Cooper have beat all comers. Ross is the only undefeated twirler nf thA four Rnueh hnvfncr r Ann came: Foote. one and Iflv Pnnn - er, two. Bough has worked- the liar Jest of the bunch closely follow, ea Dy huilet Koss. Foote and Rossi have played In most all games for I their hitting. Ross is planning on playing In Texas next season and If he should leave, he will be great- ly missed by the local club back the Fame; the visitors drew first blood In the fourth round on Kyles bobt; Douglass single and double by Rof. fies; Ross then tightened up and got Started in their half of the fourth ining. Pullum tripled td easy outs; Ross came through with clean doub,e to rlgnt and 8tole 'hlrd "4 Carter', error DALLAH, TEXAS, SATURDAY, 4 iDEMI'SliY-JOHNSON no decision MATCH MAY AID WAR VETER- ANS. Boston, Mass.,' Sept. 15 A pro- posal to hold a six-round, no.decl- slon bout here Oct. 12 between Jack Dempsey and Jack Johnson was an. nounced today by George J. Hlghan, State adjutant of the Disabled Am erican Veterans of the World War, Johnson, he said, had agreed, and It was believed Dempsey would do so. Hlghan said he was drawing up a formal application to the State Boxing Commission. The proceeds would be used, for the rellief of dis abled soldiers. "YOUNG WORLD SERIES" PLAN. NED X)R DALLAS. Plans are under way to perfect a match between Dallas Black Giants winners of the Texas League flag and the New Orleans Pelicans champions of the Southern League. If the match is cinched as is con. templated fans here will see a se ries of base ball equivalent to that of a "world series." By the time of the arrangement of the series Giants stars who have been on the sick list may be entire ly recovered and their appearance in the line.up will strengthen the home club materially. If plans mature date will be an nounced later. 1 , ,l c HI t i Just the dame. Many of its AH SeaS0Il. he lilt town having played all season with the big time boys around New Loop. This bird has been lnstru- mental in smashing the needy wal- ! serve under fire. Jerry Williams, the local keystone guardian, is a bril lant fielder, a quick thinker true thrower and a timely hittert His work at second, before his illness, was the feature in many game. He is one of the game's greatest stars' Hamilton, the Giants regular short stop, has been shocked to pieces all season and that brilliant work he is capable or doing fell short on the fag.end of the sea son due to his illness. He Is yet on the hospital list. Joe Goodrich, the watchman of the corner, better known as third base, is as fast as they get to be. This bird very often errored but went after 'em on every side at any cost, anywhere, ; any time. . He is an accurate R H O A 0 12 3 112 2 10 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 10 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 2 3 0 12 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 2 6 24 11 R H O A 10 4 1 0 0 4 1 10 0 1 2 2 11 12 4 1 0 2 13 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 10 0 31 0 6 9 27 6 Douglas, 3b 4 Carter, c 4 Cannon, p ..3 Adams, 3 b, cf 2 lTotal j Giants A Kyle, 3b 4 Foote, ss ..... 4 WMJams, 2b 3 McLauhlin, cf 4 Blackmon. lb 4 Pullem, c 4 Davis, If 1 2 Cooper, rf 4 Ross, p ... 4 Summary: Errors: Kyle Carter, Adam; Home run Blackmon; three base Puen; two base bits Roffies. McLauhlin 2. Ross; s.v;rlflce hits navey, liavis; stolen bi Bts Ornells,. Williams, Kyle. Ros 12; hit ry pit. cher Williams; Umpires Thomas and Donaldson. SEPTEMBER 17, 1921. M A Home Brew for Your He To two teaspoonsful of St. Jo seph's Liver Regulator, add two thirds of a cup of boiling water. Let it steep for a few minutes, and then strain. Sweeten or add a little lemon juice. Drink half of the tea-Brew tonight if necessary, "toss down" the re mainder the next morning. My! How splendid youll feel. St. Joseph's Liver Regulator is the ccmiiion-sense treatment for sick hcadrichc, sour stomach, and all ills caused by biliousness.. The standard for over forty years. Large yellow cans 25c at your druggist. Sample on request. Dept. 123, Gerstle Medicine Co., Memphis, Tenn. AParelgj Vsable laxative thrower and a corking good hitter. Joe very often started the fire works on the. team. Last, but not least, Prexy Dave Johnson was the principal cog-wheel in the running gear of the Giant machine. He was the man that fur nished the strategy and the brain for the whole "shlbang." He Is heady, quick thinker and a wise old ace in Inside base ball. It was he 'who marshalled forces of the Giants on to pennantville. Hurrah for Davy and his boysl The new champions of the Texas Colored League: The Dallas Black Giants: The Giants per centage was .604 Houston its nearest rival was .672 BRANCH IT. M. C. A. The foot-ball team is practicing every other evening on Hall Street Park at 6 p. m. All young men of clean habits and good morals are invited. It is our desire to have a strong athletic club for Dallas' ypung men. A track team has been organ ized among the younger men recently. At the Juvenile Court two boys were probated to the care of the Y. M- C A. One lad from Oil City. Texas, was considered for Gates- ville, but upon the suggestion of the "V Secretary was given a chance to make good. He will leave for heme in a few weeks. The Committee of Management met Tuesday, Sept 13, 1921, nt Field House on Hall Street Park. The yearly budget was considered and plans agreed upon. An educational campaign of the heeds and benefits of Y. M. C. A. will be conducted for thirty days. A special meeting was set for Wednesday night, Sept. 21, 1921, at 8 p. m. AH members are urged to be present promptly Rev- L. R. Maye, pastor of the Plymouth Congregational church spoke last Sunday to a splendid group of men, using as a subject: "Three Selves." His address was practical and impressive. Prof. E. L. Gordon spoke shortly, encouraging the growth of the Y. M. C. A. spirit in Dallas. The Song Service was Sept. 18, 1921. promptly at 8 p. m. hear Rev. W. M. Shaw in his sepcial address to men and young men. The purpose of the Y. M. C A., which is to bring the entire popula tion to a closer understanding of the principles of Christian living and the knowledge that Jesus Christ is our leader, we feel can be done by touching the entire community, not through a building but by ser vice. The now-equipment plan will meet the needs of men and boys of Dallas equally as well as it has worked in other cities, which lead? ultimately to a splendid well equip ed "Y" building. J. D- RICE, Secretary. PRESIDENT OF WESTERN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. Mr. A. K. Leonard, president of the "Western Mutual Fire Insurance Company, wan in Dallas last Sat urday on business. He states that conditions in various portions of tne State are improving, and that fall will witness a return to normal conditions. DALLAS LOCALS. Col. Lw D. Lyons and daughter. Miss Eunice of. Austin, Texas, were in the city Wednesday, enroute home from Chicago, 111., and other points in the north and east The Colon il is a prominent figure in political, religious and social circles. They were entertained by Rev. C. W- Ab lngton and Mr. T. B. Madison, old friends of the Colonel. Mr. James Searcy of Hugo Street, who has been auffering with' a brok en foot is doing nicely at this writ ing. Mr. Searcy was employed at the T. end P, Freight House at the time of the accident. Mother Bcachum, 1913 Allen St-, Is reported to be much Improved. She has been 111 for several weeks snd is one of tlie oldest members of New Hope Baptist Church. Mrs. M. E. Lewis of 127 Ellis St, who has been confined to bed for several weeks Is much improved at this writing. 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